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The 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 16, 2011
Parish Office — 595-0385
Parish Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
School 596-2754
Principal – Sr. Dominic, O.P. ext. 213
School Office Hours
M – F: 7:30am - 3:30pm
Social Ministry/Outreach Office:
599-3950
“We find Christ here. We bring Christ to the world.”
100 Harpersville Road - Newport News, Virginia 23601
www.olmc.org
Pregnancy Helpline — 870-3131
PARISH STAFF EXTENSIONS
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Pastor
Rev. Kenneth Wood
112
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Peter T. Tran
114
Pastoral Associate
Janet Hassan
120
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Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5 grade)
Christa Blomstrom
119
Youth Minister (Gr. 6-12) & Young Adult Coordinator
Brian Crouch
128
Hispanic Ministry Coordinator
Francisco Anleu
136
Social Ministry Coordinator
Tina Wandersee
118
Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am ~ 10:00am ~ 4:00pm
2:00pm — (en Español)
Weekdays: Monday:
7:00am
Tuesday:
6:30pm
Wednesday: 8:15am
Thursday:
7:00am
6:30pm (en Español)
Friday:
8:15am
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00pm
or privately by appointment.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
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The 30 Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 23
Music Coordinator
Kelly Soprano
117
Liturgy Coordinator
Julie Hall
115
Facilities Manager
Hart Smith
121
Business Manager
Patty Nicholas
122
Food Service Manager (St. Michael Hall)
John Chesney
140
Administrative Assistants
Eileen Mazary (Website/Bulletin)
Carla Weimer (Manna/Parishioner Records)
116
126
Receptionists/Mass Intentions
Cathy Luth/Kitty Barnett
101
Maintenance Technician
Bill Johnson
111
CNU Catholic Campus Minister
Mary Lynn Murphy
123
Reading I: Exodus 22: 20 - 26
Take care to be just, especially to widows and the poor.
Reading II: 1 Thessalonians 1: 5c - 10
Your faith is an example for others.
Gospel:
Matthew 22: 34 - 40
The great commandment.
Adults: Repeat the two commandments which Jesus teaches
today in your own words. For each of them, share how it has
become part of your life.
Youth: As you grow into young adulthood, how do you make
sure you take with you this Great Commandment of Christ -to love God and to love others?
Children: We show our love for Jesus by loving our frienda and
family. Share one specific way you show your love.
BULLETIN NOTICES AND ADVERTISING
All information must be sent to the parish office no later than
8AM on Mondays. Please use e-mail if at all possible and send to:
[email protected] If you would like to advertise on the back of
the bulletin, please call J. S. Paluch at 1-800-524-0263.
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Young Adult Ministry
YOUNG ADULT STUDY All young adults are invited to attend
our "Catholicism series" by Fr. Robert Barron. We meet in the
St. Michael Hall every Monday from 7-8:30pm. Join us for
some fellowship and fun while learning more about your faith.
This Week at OLMC
October 16 - October 23
SUNDAY
8:00 AM
8:45 AM
10:00 AM
11:15 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
MASS
People of Faith Children
MASS
Confirmation Meeting
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
MASS
Worship Center
St. Michael Hall
Worship Center
St. Michael Hall
Worship Center
Worship Center
MONDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Chapel
6:00 PM Pregnancy Outreach Meeting Lukas Schmidt Ste.
7:00 PM Young Adult Study
St. Michael Hall
Conversational Spanish
Commons Mtg. Space
TUESDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Chapel
9:00 AM Women’s Bible Study Commons Meeting Space
6:00 PM MOMS
Lukas Schmidt Suite
6:15 PM Children’s Choir
Worship Center
NO 6:30 PM MASS
7:00 PM RCIA
St. Michael Hall
Spanish RICA
Commons Meeting Space
Confirmación para Adultos School Conf. Room
Praise Band
Worship Center
WEDNESDAY
NO 8:15 AM MASS
6:30 PM SPRED Catechists
Commons Meeting Space
THURSDAY
NO 7:00 AM MASS
6:15 PM Madre a Madre
Lukas Schmidt Ste.
6:30 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Chapel
7:00 PM Adult Choir
Worship Center
FRIDAY
8:15 AM MASS
Worship Center
7:00 PM Engaging Spirituality Retreat
St. Michael Hall
SATURDAY
9:00 AM Engaging Spirituality Retreat
St. Michael Hall
10a - 2p OLMC School Fun Fair
School
3:00 PM Reconciliation
Reconciliation Room
5:00 PM MASS
Worship Center
SUNDAY
8:00 AM MASS
Worship Center
10:00 AM MASS
Worship Center
2:00 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Worship Center
4:00 PM MASS
Worship Center
5:00 PM SYG & JYG
St. Michael Hall
Daily Mass Schedule
The Daily Mass Schedule for this week will be different due to the Diocesan Priest Convocation. Daily
Masses for this week only will be as follows (changes
are bold and italicized):
Monday
7:00 AM
Tuesday
7:00 AM
no 6:30 PM Mass
Wednesday no Mass
Thursday
no 7:00 AM Mass
6:30 PM Misa en Español
Friday
8:15 AM Mass
Adult Faith Formation
Thanks to the team and participants of our first Day of Spiritual Renewal (GOD’S DARE) for the Parish! If you had to
miss it----fear not! The next Renewal Day will be January 14th,
2012! Mark your calendar today and save the date!
The New Roman Missal
COMMUNION: At the beginning of the 2nd century, in the time of St. Justin the Martyr, after the
presider had offered the great prayer of thanksgiving, the people would simply approach the altar to
receive Communion. But quite soon, rites began
to develop to mark this solemn moment, to step
back, as it were, and prepare for the communion
procession. These rites include moments for private preparation, as well as prayers that remind us that Communion is also
a radically communal act. In eating and drinking the Body and
Blood of Christ, we become the body of Christ. The Lord’s
Prayer is sung or said almost every time the Church gathers for
prayer. Even when Communion is taken to the sick, the brief
prayers accompanying the rite always include the Lord’s
Prayer. It’s prayed at every Mass, and it marks the beginning
of the Communion Rite. The Lord’s Prayers is a prayer for the
coming of the Kingdom, an “Advent” prayer, so to speak. But
it’s also a community prayer for reconciliation and forgiveness.
When Jesus taught us to pray, he taught us to pray together:
“US”--- not me. He taught us to look, as a community, to the
coming of the kingdom, without neglecting to ask for “our
daily bread”. And he taught us to seek forgiveness, not only
from God, but from each other: “forgive us our trespasses, as
we forgive those who trespass against us”. For St. Augustine,
these words of forgiveness had special importance when the
prayer was prayed at Mass. He reminded us that, “As a result
of these words, we approach the altar with clean faces; with
clean faces, we share in the body and blood of Christ.” In the
new translation of the Roman Missal, the Lord’s Prayer is unchanged. WHY? It is taken from Scripture: Matt 6: 9-13 and
Luke 11: 2-4. Some scripture scholars considered they should
update the Old English “thy” to the modern “your”. After
some debate, though, it was decided that this English translation—which English speakers have used for many, many years--has achieved a level of holiness that simply can’t be replaced, so the Lord’s Prayer will remain the same.
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Junior & Senior Youth Groups
SYG & JYG
Mark your calendars: The next youth group
meeting will be October 23 immediately following the 4PM Mass! Bring a friend! All youth 6
-8 grade, and High School students are invited.
Thanks to everyone who helped make the last two a success.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!
We are currently looking for individuals to help with our youth
fundraising efforts. These efforts help our youth attend retreats,
conferences, and other events. It's not a large commitment and
any help you might be able to contribute would be of benefit.
Please contact our youth minister Brian Crouch at the parish
office if you feel that you might be able to help.
Sacraments
BAPTISM
Baptisms at OLMC are celebrated throughout the
year at the regularly scheduled liturgies. Parents
are asked to attend two baptism preparation sessions. We are now registering for November baptisms. Christa Blomstrom at 595-0385 ext. 119.
Children’s Faith Formation
PEOPLE OF FAITH CHILDREN
begins this Sunday, October 16, at St. Michael
Hall from 8:45-9:45am. Children 4 years old
through 5th grade are invited to participate. If you
registered for People of Faith, you are already
registered for POF Children. Children will gather
with a catechist and same aged peers. Parents must bring their
child into the building and check in and out at every session.
Parents: If you signed up to participate in the book discussion
Raising Faith-Filled Kids, please pick up your book when you
bring your children. We will have coffee and a meet and greet
in Saint Michael Hall!
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD
Children’s Liturgy of the Word is celebrated on the second
and the fourth Sundays of the month at the 10:00am and the
4:00pm liturgies. Children ages 4 yrs to 8 yrs. are invited to
gather in the Daily Mass Chapel during the liturgy to listen to
and participate in the Liturgy of
the Word in a way that is relevant
to their young lives. They return
to their family before the
celebration of the Eucharist. No
registration is necessary.
VIRTUS
VIRTUS TRAINING The Diocese mandates that all those that
minister with children or youth must take this training prior to
volunteering. All parents using the Cooperative Nursery at
OLMC must also be trained.
Upcoming VIRTUS TRAINING will be offered at:
St. Vincent de Paul (Newport News): Sat, Nov. 12 - 9AM
Register for the 3 hour session online at Virtusonline.org.
Click on Registration to the left of the page.
Initiation Programs
RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults and Children
Our process meets this Tuesday,
October 18th at 7pm in St. Michael
Hall.
Please consider coming by to try a
meeting! All are welcome! We
also have a session going for those
returning to the active practice of
their Catholic Faith from 7-8:30
Tuesdays at St. Michael Hall.
Come Home---We’ve missed YOU!
RCIA SPONSORS ARE NEEDED!
Please consider this important ministry in the Church. You will
journey will a man or woman seeking to become Catholic.
Your role is not to be an authority or theologian! Your role is
to be a friend on the journey with them. You will learn and
share along the way! This is an amazing way to stimulate your
own faith journey and share in the joy of someone celebrating
their sacraments of initiation. Please consider this ministry.
Call Janet in the parish office for more information 595-0385
ext. 120 or [email protected] There will be a training session
for Sponsors on Tuesday, October 25th at 7pm in St. Michael
Hall, and you will meet your catechumen on November 1st.
Inclusive Ministries
INAUGURAL WHITE MASSES IN THE DIOCESE OF RICHMOND
Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo invites you to attend one of the
Inaugural White Masses honoring the giftedness of individuals
with disabilities.
The Masses will bring together all Catholics of good will who
have special needs and those who work to support them. The
Masses have the designation of white because of that color’s
connection to Baptism. “By reason of their baptism, all Catholics are equal in dignity in the sight of god and have the same
divine calling”
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parishioners are invited to participate in the White Mass in the Eastern Vicariate at the Church of
the Resurrection, Portsmouth on October 30th at 5:00pm with
Msgr. Walter Barrett presiding.
SPRED (Special Religious Education) invites you to consider
becoming a “helper catechist” to a special friend this year. We
currently have additional friends who have expressed an interest in
participating in a new group, and we need helper catechists to walk
the journey with them. SPRED is designed to form small adult
faith communities into which adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities are welcomed. This ministry provides a way for
the participants to encounter God in community, in a manner that is
appropriate to their gifts.
Please consider whether the Lord is calling you to offer the gift of
yourself in this ministry. Contact Dave Dwyer at 817-5960 or
Christa Blomstrom at 595-0385 ext. 119 for more details.
Do you have a child with special
needs or know someone who may
want to participate in our BREATHE
Respite night? Call now to make your
child’s reservation for our next BREATHE fun night! For
more information or to register, call Christa at the parish office
or e-mail [email protected]
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Social Ministry
Manna Parish Fundraiser
Reflecting Christ
It's time to be putting a shine on things at home in preparation
for the wonderful holiday season approaching. For a little
paint, a new pair of curtains, or set of Christmas dishes,
remember Manna. Get everything your family needs to spruce
things up from Lowe's, Home Depot, Sears, TJ Maxx, JC
Penney's, Macy's, Dillard's, Ace Hardware, K-Mart or WalMart
- and thank you for supporting our parish fundraiser.
1.
Transformed by The Eucharist…
Reaching Out into community
Handmades ~ Knitting Ministry
We look forward to seeing you at our next gathering:
October 24th at 7:00 P.M. - Manion Hall.
Ladies of Carmel
PREGNANCY OUTREACH
We have just switched over the clothes closet to fall/winter
clothing. We thank you so very much for all your support
with spring/summer clothing. Due to extremely limited
storage we ask you to hold on to any spring/summer
clothing as we are accepting donations of fall/winter
items only at this time. Size 24 mo is in great need!
We are also in need of diapers: Newborn and size 4
ST. MICHAEL’S GUILD will meet Tuesday, October 18, at 7pm
at Kathy Ferrare's house. Please RSVP to Kathy (868-4817).
ST. VALENTINE’S GUILD will meet Thursday, October 20, 7pm
at the home of Pat Gorman. Please call Pat at 930-0311 if you
are unable to attend. Please bring diapers.
Thank you so very much!!
INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN USHER?
Come learn about the fascinating history
of the usher ministry; learn hands on applications such as carrying the Processional Cross and taking up collections;
learn about welcoming hospitality, emergency guidelines, and much more. The
next usher training will be held on
Wednesday, October 26th, at 6:30 pm in the Worship Center.
Join us in following Jesus by extending hospitality to visitors
and parishioners alike at OLMC. Call Gary/Sharon at 851-7404.
Thanksgiving Food Basket Collections Begin:
Please drop donation into the white bin in the Commons
of the Church, labeled: Thanksgiving Food Baskets
We are feeding 150 families and aging in Newport News,
items needed are: 3-5 lb canned hams (for aging, need: 60),
we will be purchasing turkey’s for the families, canned:
corn, green beans, yams, ready made pie shells (located
on baking aisle—not refrigerated) canned pumpkin,
stuffing, boxed potatoes, jellied cranberry sauce, and
jiffy corn muffin mix, gravy
Bring whatever you can… even the smallest gift adds up.
Outreach Statistics September
We cannot thank you enough for your generosity!
Assisted With
# ppl/fam
Total
Rent/Mort
11
$2206.00
Dom Power
27
$3373.20
Waterworks
8
$1020.74
HRSD
2
$142.75
Va Nat. Gas
3
$337.18
51
$7079.87
TOTAL
EngagingSPIRITUALITY…
Retreat begins Friday Oct. 21st @ 7pm
St. Michael’s Hall
Mo of Sept. Assisted: 24 ppl/fam Bags: 64
Food Pantry
Our current needs are: Pancake Mix/Syrup, Cereal, Dry
Milk Packets, Tuna and Chicken Helper, Peanut Butter/
Jelly, Beef Stew, Chili, Hash, Spaghetti/Spaghetti Sauce,
Rice, Canned: Fruit, Corn, Tomatoes, Carrots, Beans,
Mac n’ Cheese, Tuna, Personal Care Items
Liturgical Ministries
Nursery
Our nursery is a Co-Op Nursery, currently at the 10:00 a.m.
Mass, staffed by parents who utilize the nursery and volunteer
about one Sunday per month. It is a place for children ages 1
year to 4 years old to come together to worship, learn about
God and grow in their faith development through bible stories, songs and activities. Please call Jessica @
236-0064 or Christa @ 595-0385 x119 for
more information or to register.
OLMC Parish News
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH BEGINS THIS MONDAY!!!
Now is your chance to learn a bit of Spanish...and it’s FREE!!!
This is “Conversational Spanish” not the boring, let’s conjugate
some verbs, class that you might have attended in the past.
This is practical classes that can help you at a Mexican Restaurant or on vacation. You do NOT have to belong to this parish
to attend; all adults and young adults are welcome.
Place: Commons Meeting Space
Dates: Monday Evenings - starting October 17th
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
GUATEMALAN MISSION MINISTRY: The Mission Team, of
the Church of San Jose Ojetenam, led by Fr. Misael, is will be
coming to be with our community November 9 – 20. We are
planning a meeting for past Guatemalan missionaries to coordinate their stay in our community. Watch the bulletin for the
date and time of the meeting. Your presence in this meeting is
important, because we want you to be part of the planning for
them and making their visit productive and comfortable.
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OLMC Parish News, cont.
M.O.M.S. - MINISTRY OF MOTHERS SHARING:
Are you a Mom? Would you like to spend
some time with other moms, sharing your
struggles, and growing your Faith?
If so, please join us for the next session of
M.O.M.S – Ministry of Mothers Sharing.
We are beginning a new group on October
25, and would love for you to be a part of us.
Ministry of Mothers Sharing...
• gathers women together to form a network of mutual spiritual
support.
• provides group experience of learning, praying and ministering
to each other.
• introduces women to opportunities for personal and spiritual
growth in a faith sharing group.
• increases communication skills and the use of prayer rituals
in the home.
The Fall Session of M.O.M.S. will meet on Tuesday evenings
from 7 until 8:30 and will run through December 6. M.O.M.S. is
for mothers of all ages...from new moms all the way through
empty-nesters. For information, please call Gina, 868-4598, Allison, 868-4785, or Daniella 348-3396.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you!!
THE SECOND ACT (NIFTY OVER FIFTY)
The “Second Act” group, previously known as “Nifty over
Fifty” will get together on Thursday, October 20, at 12 Noon in
St. Michael Hall for a covered dish luncheon and program.
Please plan to come and bring a friend. We are planning an
interesting an exciting year! Hope to see you there!
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, November 15th! We will
enjoy a day trip to Harrington, Delaware. This casino trip will
cost $48 per person. This cost includes transportation, $15
playing money, a continental breakfast on the bus and a buffet
lunch at the casino. Transportation and a guide are provided
by Fun Tours. Carla will take your reservation at 595-0385,
ext. 126. Full payment is needed at the time of your reservation. We can take up to 52 people, so make your plans today,
and enjoy a fun-filled day! Reservation deadline is Friday,
November 4.
HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL
All children in the parish are invited to a
Halloween Carnival sponsored by the
Knights of Columbus!
Haunted House-Games-Food-Fun
When: October 30th, 1PM until 5PM
Where: Knights of Columbus Hall on Nettles Dr.
Cost: $1.00 admission at the door
3RD ANNUAL MAKING A DIFFERENCE –
MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT 8K AND 3 K RUN/WALK,
hosted by Our Lady of Mount Carmel School to promote health
and fitness in our community, will be held on November 12th.
Runner and walkers are offered 8K and 3K course options that
traverse the scenic area of the Mariners’ Museum, the majestic
Lion’s Bridge, and the beautiful Riverside neighborhood.
Great goody bags, tech t-shirts, and a post-race award ceremony with family fun attractions. For more information visit
our website at www.olmc-school.com or call 596-2754 x 221.
OLMC Parish News, cont.
Cornerstone Dinner
Saturday, November 5th
St. Michael Hall
Join us in celebrating Catholic Education with other parents,
alumni, parishioners, and friends. Enjoy a fabulous dinner,
great entertainment, and wonderful fellowship.
Keynote speaker: Mr. David Yancey, alumnus of Our Lady of
Mount Carmel School and Peninsula Catholic High School.
For information or tickets, contact Michele Smith at 596-2754
x221 or [email protected]
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
Pewter Ornament
Celebrate the beauty of the season
and get a keepsake that will last a lifetime.
Each OLMC Ornament is $20.00
Two or more for $15 each.
For further information
contact Mrs. Tucker at 596-2754.
PRAY THE ROSARY
Everyone is invited to join us in the
Blessed Sacrament Chapel for the recitation of the Most Holy Rosary every
Wednesday and Friday following the
8:15 AM Mass, and Tuesdays at 11:15
AM, after the Women's Bible Study.
Community News
JMU CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY MEET & GREET
from 6 to 7:30 pm on October 21. We invite all alumni, parents, students, and friends who have been connected with the
ministry to join Fr. Jim Curran and some students of CCM for
appetizers and refreshments at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. This
will be a great opportunity to reconnect with the ministry, meet
with fellow “CCMers,” and learn more about the resurgence of
Catholicism on campus! Please RSVP to Jennifer Denion at
[email protected] or 540-434-7360.
NEED HELP WITH YARD WORK OR AUTUMN CHORES?
To finance Catholic Campus Ministry’s Alternative Spring Breaks to serve the poor,
CNU students stand ready to help. To schedule a work crew, contact Benjamin at [email protected] or Murph at 5950385x123.
MEN’S VIDEO BIBLE FAITH LESSONS The format is very simple! We start with pizza, soda and socializing. Then we watch
a short video that shows places where the stories of the Bible
actually happened and ends with an amazing faith lesson. Afterwards, we discuss the faith lesson. We begin promptly at
6:30p and end promptly at 8:30p. All men are invited. The
first lesson is on Thursday, October 20, in the Youth Room at
St Joan of Arc in Yorktown. Hope to see you there. For more
information contact Troy Bourne at [email protected]
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Sunday, October 16, 2011
8:00 – Jeffery Waldfogel & Glen Smith
10:00 – Richard Vollmer
2:00 – For the People of the Parish
4:00 – Severino Santos
Mon – (7am) Patricia Surber
Tue – (7am) Feri FaRassat
NO 6:30pm Mass
Wed – NO 8:15am Mass
Thur – NO 7am Mass
(6:30pm) Chris Gorman
Fri – (8:15am) Jim Henton
Saturday, October 22, 2011
5:00 – Mary Shatrosky
Sunday, October 23, 2011
8:00 – Tito Bossman
10:00 – Susan Burke
2:00 – For the People of the Parish
4:00 – Betty Page Hudgins
10/16/11
$18,234
The Waldfogel
& Murray Families
Paule Vollmer
Family
Jack & Ann Svelan
Mary Dunn
Last Year
$15,327
E-Giving for September 30 - October 6: $3,113
Thank you for your generosity
Worship Center Flowers
Flowers in the Worship Center this
weekend are given by Rene Desmarais
in memory of Garrett Burton.
Family
John & Catherine Senita
Family
The Siochi Family
Ginger Stay
Offertory Processions:
Parishioners are invited to carry the gifts during the
Offertory Procession at all of our liturgies. If you
are celebrating a memorial, birthday, or anniversary, please sign up on the Gift Bearers poster in the Commons.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School News
UPCOMING OCTOBER EVENTS:
October 22: Fun Fair
October 27: Living Rosary 2:00pm
October 28: Diocesan Teacher In-Service/No School
November 5: Cornerstone Dinner, see page 5 for information
November 12: Third Annual Making a Difference 8K/3K Run/Walk, see page 4 for information
PLANT SALE FUNDRAISER!!
The 7th grade of OLMC School is happy to offer pre-sales of Pansies and/or Chrysanthemums of your choice. Forms are available in the racks in the Commons and at the School. Please return your form to the School Office or Parish Store NO
LATER THAN MONDAY, OCTOBER 17TH. All proceeds go to the 8th grade graduation reception.
MANNA FOR TUITION The Manna you purchase from the Parish can help OLMC School AND can help you pay tuition. Go to
www.olmc-school.com/mannaflyer.pdf for more information about how this works.
October - The Month of the Rosary
October is traditionally known in the Church as the Month of the Rosary. The rosary is a devotion and a sacramental given
to the faithful to help us to understand more deeply the mysteries of Christ’s life and to meditate on them in a way that
helps us to conform our lives to His. The four sets of mysteries give us the opportunity to meditate on 20 specific events in
Christ’s life, each of which is found in the gospel. One legend which has found its way to us is that Saint Dominic was
trying to evangelize in France, but without much success. He prayed and prayed, and the rosary was given to him by Mary
as a simple way to share the life of Christ with others and to invite them to conform their lives to the gospel. Although we
associate the prayer of the rosary with Mary, it is more accurately a Christ-centered prayer. We meditate on the life of
Christ through the eyes of the one who best loved Him – His mother. The rosary is celebrated, especially in October, because of a great military victory that occurred in October of 1571. When the Christian empire was being attacked
by the Turks, Pope Saint Pius V invited all Christians to pray the rosary for the successful defense of the land. In a strategic and mathematic anomaly, the Christians held off the Turks, to which Saint Pius V indubitably attributed to Our Lady of
the Rosary. Thereafter, he declared a feast for Our Lady of Victory or Our Lady of the Rosary. This month in school, the
students are learning about each of the mysteries at age-appropriate levels. We are praying a decade of the rosary each
morning in common and classes are invited to the principal’s office to finish praying the rosary. Several parents pray the
rosary in the OLMC day chapel at 8:15 – all are welcome to attend and pray for personal intentions.
Do not conform yourselves to this age, but be transformed by the renewal of your minds. ~Romans 12:2
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VIGÉSIMO NOVENO DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
PARROQUIA NUESTRA SEÑORA
DEL CARMEN
Ministerio Hispano
Coordinador: Francisco Anleu
TEL. Oficina: (757) 595-0385 Ext. 136
TEL. Celular: (757) 846-0628
Misas en Español
Domingos: 2:00 PM y Jueves: 6:30 PM
GUATEMALA! GUATEMALA! GUATEMALA!
El Equipo de la Iglesia de San José Ojetenam, se esta
preparando para su 4to. viaje de misión hacia esta parroquia.,
solo estamos en espera de información de parte de las
autoridades migratorias, para los permisos necesarios.
Habrá una reunión para todos los que han ido a Guatemala,
y han compartido con nuestros hermanos allá en aquel país.
El viaje esta programado para el 09 de Noviembre, si Dios
lo permite, Se informará de una reunión mas adelante para
poder coordinar la estadía de ellos en nuestra comunidad.
Es bien importante su presencia a esta reunión, por que es para
realizar la agenda de las actividades de ellos cuando estén aquí;
esto significa, que si alguien quiere invitar al equipo para cenar
o alguna actividad diferente debe asistir a la reunión para coordinar el día y hora en que deseen que Padre Misael y el equipo les
visiten. La agenda se cerrara ese día en la Reunión. Esta reunión
incluye a todos los que de una u otra manera están ayudando a la
Parroquia de San José, Ojetenam. Sponsors, Misioneros y amigos. Favor de estar pendientes de más información.
Taller Mandatorio para todos los catequistas.
Sábado 05 de Noviembre en el Salón de San Miguel
De 8:00 a 3:00PM.
Estudio del Documento, Sentíamos arder Nuestro Corazón.
Deben participar, todos los catequistas
CLiFF
Formación de Fe Intergeneracional Permanente de Comunidades
Bajo este programa se desarrollan todas las actividades religiosas de
la parroquia, como Educación Religiosa para niños, jóvenes, jóvenes adultos y adultos, desarrollados en diferente áreas de Formación
de fe: Tales como. Rica, rosarios, grupo de jóvenes, sacramentos,
liturgias, etc. Participando en estas actividades programadas nos
convertimos en PERSONAS DE FE:
Que es Personas de Fe? Son personas individuales o en familia que
nos reunimos una vez al mes, para participar, compartir, aprender y
profundizar mas nuestra fe, en COMUNIDAD.
Este es el nuevo horario, para el siguiente año, considere formar
parte de estas actividades, para compartir, o también si pueden ayudarnos con la preparación, programación y realización de estas sesiones en español.
Los temas para el siguiente programa de Personas de Fe.
Son los siguientes:
Noviembre 6, 2011. El misal Romano y sus cambios.
Diciembre 04, 2011. Oración en Adviento y Navidad
Enero 08, 2012,
La Oración del Padre Nuestro
Marzo 4, 2012.
Oración en Cuaresma y Pascua.
Abril 15, 2012.
El Rosario
Mayo 20, 2012 Sesión Final. Misa de Clausura y Picnic.
Únete a nuestros esfuerzo, por la Evangelización, tanto como participante, como voluntario para catequesis.
El programa de Personas de Fe, es requisito para la preparación de
cualquier sacramento. Que el Señor los bendiga.
Buena Salud!!
Cuidado medico sin costo para niños y adultos
que no tiene seguro medico aquí
en la Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
Que es esto?: La atención medica es proveído por personal de
“BON SECOURS CARE-A-VAN”
Cuando: Cada SEGUNDO Y CUARTO MARTES de cada
mes La registración empieza a las 9:30 am hasta
que la clínica este llena. Entre mas temprano llegue
mas temprano será atendido.
Costo: TODOS LOS SERVICIO SON GRATIS, pero las
donaciones siempre son apreciadas.
Servicios Incluidos: Evaluación de rutina y tratamiento de enfermedades agudas comunes, incluyendo; infecciones respiratorias,
dolores de cabeza, dolores de oídos , y conjuntivitis; vías urinarias e infecciones de la vejiga; gastritis y acideces; erupciones
menores de la piel (ronchitas); dolores musculares menores, y
condiciones crónicas tales como diabetes e hipertensión.
También: Exámenes físicos para escuelas, exámenes físicos
para deportes; seguro medico para niños, inscripciones y educación sana. Se esta trabajando para entrenar a personas bilingües para que puedan asistirte en estas clínicas de momento si
tu no tienes un traductor, llama a la oficina para que se te asigne uno durante tu visita. Para aquellos que se han inscrito como interpretes estar pendiente de la información, para un entrenamiento de parte de la parroquia.
De la manera que Dios nos da la vida, la iglesia siempre esta
comprometida a ayudarte a que tengas una buena salud, tanto
física como espiritual.
También hay algunos programas para que la medicina de te
pueda proveer de forma gratuita.
Pregunta a Francisco Anleu por mas información. Recuérdate
tienes que cuidar tu SALUD!!!!!!!
Taller Matrimonial/Convivencia de parejas
Cuando: Sábado 19 de Noviembre del 2011
En donde: Iglesia Principal.
A que Hora: de 8:00AM a 3:00PM
Para quien? Para todas las Parejas.
Habrá cuidado de Niños y Almuerzo
Costo: Donación para el almuerzo:
Contaremos con la Presencia de Padre Misael
de San José Ojetenam, Guatemala.
RITO DE INICIACIÓN CRISTIANA PARA ADULTO
Si eres o conoces a alguien que…
Tiene un hijo (a) mayor de siete años de edad que no ha sido
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Cuando era niño fue bautizado Católico y no ha celebrado los
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Esta es tu oportunidad para reunirte en grupo y conocer más
sobre nuestra fe. Las clases son enfocadas en las enseñanzas y
experiencias de la Iglesia para preparar al individuo(a) a celebrar los Sacramentos de Bautismo, Confirmación y Eucaristía.
Te invito a una charla de orientación y registración el día 13 de
Septiembre 2011 a las 7 PM, en el salón al lado de la librería.
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