January 18, 2015 - St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church

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January 18, 2015 - St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church
St. Paul the
Apostle
Catholic Church
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
18223 Point Lookout Dr.
Nassau Bay, Texas 77058-3594
281-333-3891 / Fax: 281-333-3815
www.stpaulcatholic.org
Monday – Thursday Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
The Clergy Staff
Rev. Wencil Pavlovsky
Pastor
(Ext. 325)
Deacon Jim Lockwood
(281-381-1081)
Deacon Jerry Coenen
Deacon Arturo Monterrubio
(310-383-3072)
(713-741-8709)
The Pastoral Staff
Heidi Clark,
Adult Faith Formation
Sara Fontana
Children’s Ministry
Vicky Kuehnel,
Early Childhood Program
Esperanza Monterrubio,
Multicultural Ministry
David Rofrano,
Music Ministry
Katie Mahoney,
Youth Ministry
Maria Conner,
Business Manager
Theresa Waller,
Bookkeeper
Alex Deleon,
Plant Manager
Laura Ruzicka,
Parish Secretary
Elena Capetillo
Assistant Secretary
(Ext. 328)
(Ext. 339)
(Ext. 340)
(Ext. 321)
(Ext. 332)
(Ext. 301)
(Ext. 330)
(Ext. 341)
(Ext. 304)
(Ext. 323)
We Celebrate the Eucharist
(Ext. 302)
Gabriel Project
(Ext. 338)
Parish-based crisis pregnancy ministry
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
(281-333-2509)
Office Hours:
Tuesday 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Thursday 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
For those who cannot visit us during the day.
Weekday:
Mass in English
Tuesday – Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
Misa en Español (Mass in Spanish)
Jueves (Thursday) a las 7:00 p.m.
Weekend: Mass in English
Saturday Vigil at 5:00 p.m.
Sunday at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Misa en Español (Mass in Spanish)
Domingo (Sunday) a las 12:00 Mediodía
Confessions: Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Eucharistic Adoration: Continuously in the Chapel
6:00 p.m. Sunday – 8:30 a.m. Saturday
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January 11 Financial Stewardship
January 18, 2015
Financiera Custodia de 11 de enero
Regular
On line
$ 34,202
$ 14,627
$ 19,575
Contribuciones
Regulares
En línea
Building Loan Payment
November Capital Campaign Donations
$ 37,252
$ 26,805
Préstamo del Edificio
Donaciones de la Campaña Capital de noviembre
Funded from Parish & Ministry Revenue
Additional payment was made to the building loan principle from 2014
Festival proceeds
$ 10,447
Contributions
2014 DSF
Pledged To Date (*330 Parishioners)
Paid To Date
$15,600
$126,000
$ 130,050
$ 129,326
*Increases as parishioners Respond to Archdiocese Appeal
I am thankful for the many generous gifts
you provide to our parish, and I realize you
cannot be with us every Sunday of the year.
Please consider using our secure electronic giving
program Faith Direct. Faith Direct will automatically
process any offertory or second collection donations of
your choosing.
You can sign up online at www.faithdirect.net using our
church code: TX596, or by mailing a paper enrollment
form available on the forms wall by the Welcome Center.
Due to reduced processing fees we now also include
American Express credit cards as a payment option. God
bless you for your support of St. Paul's needs.
Fr. Wencil
Estoy agradecido por los muchos regalos
generosos que comparten con nuestra
parroquia. Entiendo que no pueden estar con
nosotros cada domingo del año. Por favor,
consideren usar nuestro seguro programa de
donaciones electrónico, Faith Direct. Faith Direct
procesará automáticamente las donaciones las
primeras y segundas ofrendas o como sea que eligen.
Pueden inscribirse en línea en www.faithdirect.net
usando nuestro código: TX596, o enviando por correo
un formulario de inscripción de papel (que se
encuentran en la pared de formas por el Centro de
Bienvenida.) Debido a la reducción de las tarifas de
procesamiento, ahora también incluimos tarjetas de
crédito American Express como una opción de pago.
Dios los bendiga por su apoyo a las necesidades de
San Pablo.
Padre Wencil
The Parish Office will be CLOSED
Monday, January 19, in Observance of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Hate
multiplies hate, violence multiplies violence, and toughness
multiplies toughness in a descending spiral of
destruction....The chain reaction of evil–hate begetting
hate, wars producing more wars–must be broken, or we
shall be plunged into the dark abyss of annihilation.”
Martin Luther King, Jr., Strength To Love, 1963
Financiado por Fondos Operacionales de la Parroquia y sus
Ministerio
Un pago adicional se hizo al principio del préstamo del edificio a partir
de ingresos del Festival de 2014
2014 DSF
Prometido al Día (*330 feligreses )
Pagado al Día
*Número aumenta a lo que feligreses r esponden al apelación de la
Arquidiócesis
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
281.333.2509
Office Hours:
Tuesday – Wednesday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.,
Thursday: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
In the Gospel today, Jesus asks “What are you looking
for?” Often we are looking for happiness in very selfish
ways, but we find that when we look for ways to make
others happy, it is then that we truly become happy.
As you place your gift in the Society of St. Vincent
de Paul poor box, know that you are a sign of
God’s love to those who are suffering and you give
them reason to believe and to trust.
Neighbors in Need: Just recently, the SVDP
Society was notified by CCISD of a neighbor in great
need. This neighbor is a grandmother who has been
battling cancer while also raising several of her young
grandchildren. Because parishioners have heard God’s
call and responded so generously, we were able to
provide the funds needed to prevent the eviction.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul (Houston Council) is
seeking Furniture Donations
• The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is experiencing a
critical shortage of furniture donations.
• Furniture donations are provided at no cost to
clients who cannot afford furnishings for their home.
• To schedule a donation pick up call 713.862.2605
or visit svdphouston.org.
• Gently used furniture donations (not soiled, stained
or broken) are accepted.
• Office furniture is not accepted.
If you are interested in becoming a Vincentian,
contact us at [email protected] or by
attending our Conference Meetings on the 2nd and 4th
Wednesdays of each month at 7 PM at St. Paul.
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Readings & Mass Intentions ♦ Lecturas Y Intenciónes de Misa
(01/18/2015 – 01/24/2015)
Sunday (1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19; 1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20; Jn 1:35-42)
Delores Hoedebecke - SI
8:00 AM
John O’Neill †
10:00 AM
St. Paul Parishioners
12:00 PM
Paul Centers †
5:00 PM
No Mass
Monday (Heb 5:1-10; Mk 2:18-22)
Tuesday (Heb 6:10-20; Mk 2:23-28) St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr;
No Mass
St. Sebastian, Martyr
Wednesday (Heb 7:1-3, 15-17; Mk 3:1-6) St. Agnes, Virgin and
No Mass
Martyr
Thursday (Heb 7:25-8:6; Mk 3:7-12)
No Mass
Friday (Heb 8:6-13; Mk 3:13-19) St. Vincent, Deacon and Martyr; St.
No Mass
Marianne Cope, Virgin
Saturday (Heb 9:2-3, 11-14; Mk 3:20-21) St. Francis de Sales, Bishop
and Doctor of the Church Vigil: (Jon 3:1-5, 10; 1 Cor 7:2931; Mk 1:14-20)
Paul Centers †, Mike and Cathy Dennis - SI
5:00 PM
Please Pray For: Sharon Lee, Tom Halle, Cynthia Kanu, Rick Pozda, Yazmin Ruiz,
Leonel Garcia, Gertrude D’souza, Sue Guy, Josie Travalos, Margie Lopez, Carmen
Garza, Marta Morris, Ray Fernandez, Carlotta Del Campo, Judith Conrad, Brittney
Maynard, Daniel Adcock, Ernesto Rumbaoa, Missy and Nicky McCormick, Pat Dalton,
Glenn Alexander, Frank O’Connor, Raymond Ciak, Wendy Wells, Chan Finch, Joe and
Irma Garcia, Kimberly Parsneau, Kent Kaufhold, Julie Martin, Tammy Nordan, Marcial
Bacani, Ma. Emelia Cadena Paredes, Marco Lopez, Lyla and Angelica Marie Janda,
Latanier Richard, Mary Lopez, Donna Ruggerieri, Jackie Christ, David Scott, Heidi
Glassmeyer, Paul Miller, Ann Johnson, Madge Bualexanderduan, Carol Leistikow,
Raymond Fernandez, Connie Fernandez, Margaret Escobedo, Bobby Lopez, Nancy
Ware, Lorai O’Gorman, Trace Cook, Julia Brown, Mary Kyle, Kenneth Parker, Daniel
Parker, Betty Jean Herron, Lynn Bell Osina, Bella Ogbu, John & Christine Baldwin, James
& Gloria Bond, Gladys Galloway, Janice Mosher, Candy Smith, Hugo Moreno, Ruth & Art
Schaedel, Maria Magdalena Roman, Jimmy Tague, William Swenson, Allison Hawthorne
Swenson, Robby McCormick, Bernie Brabant, Mary Lee Knight, Rose Miller, Austin
Gerry, Linda Buckminster, Rosalba Ramirez, Betty Quebedeaux, Dr. Frank Greytok, Mary
Loring, Judy Williams, John Turco, Jerry Ozment, Jack Scarmardi, Louise Giulianelli, Edril
Phillips, Judy Ganske, Josefina Saenz, Max Cadena, Eloisa Allen, Margaret Stanard,
Betty Johnson, Ken & Beverly Tiger, Kristin Scott, Alice Jean Pursell, Estela Narvaez,
Geraldine MacDonald, Marcos Jimenez, Rebecca Brooklier, Anna Feiaiullo, Deborah
Groth, Dorothy Breidenstein, Alan Harvey, Karen Savko, Jim Buggy, Gerard & Antoinette
Fossatti, Angelica Mendoza, Ed Baca, Liz, Jeremiah & Justin DeLeon, Wendy &
Alexandria Mattingly, Tom Leahy, Jo Michael, Norma Bischel, Sherry Sullivan, Isaiah
Pina, Leandra Chavarria, Edward Templin, Patti DiCostanza, John & Carmen Heckler,
Michael Herron, Brian Lee, Ann Kuehnel, Emily Weiss, Pam Collins, Deanna Stellato,
Joyce Curtner, Verr Soltes, Soledad Martinez, Darius Riley, Ellen Guy, Peggy Vargas,
Louise Temple, Angela Porter, Angelo La Cognate, Blanche Riel, David Braun, Verena
Costello, Efrain Gellibert, Claire Cavetti, Chris Hebert, Thomas Frasier, Ayden Olivarez,
Minnie Hill-Honor, Bennett Lynton, David Cabrera, James John, Sarah Marcela Poole,
Audrey Cegielski, Alma Andreason, Janie Torres, Evarist Coryat, Robin Schultz, Barbara
Hanselkar, Joann Nelson, Jackie Lucas, Maria Aparecida, Teixeira de Silva, Victorino
Tacorda, and Maria Hernandez
NOTE: In order to maintain an updated Prayer List, we are
removing names that have been on the prayer list longer than two
months. Please call the parish office, 281.333.3891 to keep a name,
add a name, or remove your name from the list.
The Chapel candle burns in loving memory of
John O’Neill at the request of his family.
The Altar Flowers this weekend are
being donated by Cathie Foley for
Practitioners of Non-violence.
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Liturgy and Worship
Liturgia y el Culto
NO MASS
There will be a Communion Service on the following
days: Tuesday, January 20, thru Saturday, January 24,
and Thursday, January 22, at 7 PM in Spanish.
Jueves 22 de enero habrá Servicio de Comunión a las
7 PM en vez de Misa.
NO CONFESSION
Tuesday, January 20, or Thursday, January 22.
No habrá confesiones el martes 20 y jueves 22 de enero.
***************************************
Wednesday, January 22, is the
day of prayer for the legal
protection of unborn children.
Today is the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary
Time What is Ordinary Time?
The rhythm of the liturgical seasons reflects the
rhythm of life — with its celebrations and its
seasons of quiet growth and maturing.
Ordinary Time, meaning ordered or numbered
time, is celebrated in two segments: from the
Monday following the Baptism of Our Lord up to
Ash Wednesday; and from Pentecost Monday to
the First Sunday of Advent. This makes it the
largest season of the Liturgical Year.
The color of the vestments during this time is
green, the color of hope and growth. The Church
counts the thirty-three or thirty-four Sundays of
Ordinary Time, inviting her children to meditate
upon the whole mystery of Christ – his life,
miracles and teachings – in the light of his
Resurrection.
If the faithful are to mature in the spiritual life
and increase in faith, they must descend the
great mountain peaks of Easter and Christmas in
order to "pasture" in the vast verdant meadows
of tempus per annum, or Ordinary Time.
Sunday by Sunday, the Pilgrim Church marks her
journey through the tempus per annum as she
processes through time toward eternity.
from Deacon Jerry and Rosalie
Daves…Thanks to Lynne
Knobloch for watering our 72
poinsettias and keeping them
looking beautiful throughout the
Christmas season.
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David J. Rofrano
Director of Music
281.333.3891 x 332
[email protected]
Ministerio de la Música
¡Somos el Cuerpo de Cristo!
We are the Body of Christ!
Adult Choir
Are you meant to be a part of
this joyful and talented group?
Children’s Choir!
•
Begins first Tuesday in February!
•
Limited spaces available
El Coro. . .
cantamos los
domingos en la misa de 12:00
PM. Por favor llame a Ramiro
a [email protected]
Join: Friends of the Music Ministry
Share an hour during the week to help us with
our music library and administrative needs?
Contact [email protected]
Moody Gardens Festival of Lights!
Congratulations to our
Children’s Choir and
Youth Praise choirs who
performed at Moody
Gardens Festival of
Lights on December
19th! You rock!
Thank You!!!
To all who have participated in the
music program during the
Christmas Season - Audio, Visual, Vocals and
Instruments. Your dedication is amazing and you
helped the St. Paul community worship through
song. Thank you especially to the Youth Praise and
Adult Core Team members who sang/played for
three Christmas Eve/Christmas Masses!
January 18, 2015
Ministerio
Multicultural
“Ustedes son el cuerpo de Cristo, y cada uno en
su lugar es parte de él.” (1 Cor. 12:27)
Para más información acerca de este ministerio comuníquese con
Esperanza Monterrubio a [email protected] o al
281.333.3891 Ext 321.
La Unción de los Enfermos
¿Qué es la Unción de
Enfermos? Es el sacramento
que da la Iglesia para atraer la
salud de alma, espíritu y cuerpo
al cristiano en estado de
enfermedad grave o vejez.
El Sacramento de la Unción de Enfermos confiere al
cristiano una gracia especial para enfrentar las
dificultades propias de una enfermedad grave o vejez.
Se le conoce también como el "sagra viático", porque es
el recurso, el "refrigerio" que lleva el cristiano para poder
sobrellevar con fortaleza y en estado de gracia un
momento de tránsito, especialmente el tránsito a la
Casa del Padre a través de la muerte. Lo esencial del
sacramento consiste en ungir la frente y las manos del
enfermo acompañado de una oración litúrgica realizada
por el sacerdote o el obispo, únicos ministros que
pueden administrar este sacramento. La Unción de
enfermos se conocía antes como "Extrema Unción",
pues sólo se administraba "in articulo mortis" (a punto
de morir). Actualmente el sacramento se puede
administrar más de una vez, siempre que sea en caso
de enfermedad grave. ¿Qué efectos tiene la Unción
de enfermos? La unción une al enfermo a la Pasión de
Cristo para su bien y el de toda la Iglesia; obtiene
consuelo, paz y ánimo; obtiene el perdón de los
pecados (si el enfermo no ha podido obtenerlo por el
sacramento de la reconciliación), restablece la salud
corporal (si conviene a la salud espiritual) y prepara para
el paso a la vida eterna. Tomado de www.aciprensa.com
PROGRAMA DE PADRES
POSITIVOS
Próximamente, en la Iglesia de
San Pablo ofreceremos este
Programa para Padres de Familia.
Consta de 3 seminarios:
1. El poder de ser padres positivos
2. Criar niños competentes y seguros
3. Criar niños resistentes
Estos seminarios serán GRATIS. Cupo limitado
¡Este pendiente de las fechas! Para mayor
información o para inscripciones comunicarse
con Esperanza Monterrubio al 281.333.3891 Ext.
321 o [email protected]
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Living Every Day With Passion and
Purpose LIVE: One Night Only!
Saturday, January 31, at 7 PM
A life-changing event that will help you
see your life, your relationships, your
faith, and the world in a whole new way!
Passion & Purpose LIVE! It’s not your typical church event! Featuring
internationally acclaimed speaker and New York Times bestselling author,
Matthew Kelly, this event is about living every day with passion and purpose
and the role our faith is meant to play in the midst of it all.
Whether you are a cradle Catholic who never misses Mass, a Catholic who has
been away from the Church for a while, or someone who’s just curious to know
what God’s plan is for their live, this event is for you!
Matthew Kelly is known worldwide for his powerful, deeply faithful
presentations aimed at helping fellow seekers grow in their understanding of
who God is calling each of us to be.
Who should attend? The event is appropriate for anyone aged 12 and older
(youth are encouraged to attend)! Husbands and wives, boyfriends and
girlfriends, single or married, young or old, Catholic or non-Catholic, this is a
not-to-be-missed opportunity!
Tickets are on sale after masses, on our parish website (www.stpaulcatholic.org)
or online at DynamicCatholic.com.
When was the last time you invested in YOUR LIFE? You’re worth it!
Silver Linings Activities
Silver Linings is St. Paul’s organization for adults who are 50
and older. Join us for our next monthly meeting on Monday,
February 9, at 1 PM in Room 10. We are featuring a pot luck
lunch and meeting. Our next event is Friday, February 21, a
trip to visit the Lanier Theological Library and Stone Chapel.
Sign up now at the Welcome Center in the narthex.
Catholics Come Home
Are you someone who has been away from the Catholic
Church for a while? If so, we want to welcome you home! We
are pleased to offer our six-week Catholics Come Home
program beginning Monday, February 9, in Parlor C. Please
contact Heidi at: [email protected] or 281.333.3891.
Gathering Place is a Blessing
If you know someone in the area with Alzheimer’s or a related
memory disorder, our free, monthly Gathering Place activities
are a blessing for them and their caregivers. Call Heidi for
more information at 281.333.3891 Ext 328.
Personal Integrity, Truth in
Relationships, Media Literacy:
The 8th Commandment is
Tougher than you Think!
In our society, relativism challenges our ability to tell the
truth because it claims there is no objective truth. This
attitude undermines the distinction between truth and lies; it
leads to an environment of deceit. The Church calls us back
to the reality of objective truth and to the link between
doctrinal truth and everyday life. Find out more about what it
means to keep the 8th commandment by attending this
interesting discussion facilitated by author, teacher and
theologian, Julie Dienno-Demarest, on Tuesday, January 27,
from 7:30-9 PM in Room 10. The next discussion centers on
the 9th commandment and is entitled: Modesty, the Media,
and Theology of the Body. It’s set for Tuesday, February 10.
Same time. Same place. All are welcome to attend!
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Welcome to SPACE!
“…dedicated to bringing teens into relationship with Jesus Christ, and
empowering young people to become disciples of Him in their everyday life
through study of scripture, catechesis and service…”
Contact Katie Mahoney, Director Youth Ministry, 281.333.3891, Ext. 301 or
[email protected] for more information.
SPACE is just for our 2nd Year students tonight! So go to Beck Hall, get some
food, and we’ll see you in Founder’s Hall for your pods!
Steubenville on the Bayou – Houma, LA – June 26-28, 2015
Join THOUSANDS of Catholic teens for a weekend of living in the spirit! Meet Jesus in the Holy
Sacrifice of the Mass, rejoice in His forgiveness in Reconciliation, and witness the awe in
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. Fee: $375 (deposit of $100 saves your spot! Fundraising is available!)
Teen A.C.T.S. -
FYI – An informational
meeting is coming at the end of January. Date TBA!!!
Destination: Heaven – As baptized Catholics, we’re part of the Church, right?
That’s a HUGE GIFT! So tomorrow we’re learning all about how the Church can help us
get to know Christ better, grow closer to Him in holiness, and ultimately get to heaven.
Jr. High Youth Rally – Saturday, February 21, 2015 - 10:30 AM – 9 PM
at St. Helen in Pearland. Join hundreds of other Catholic teens for a day of fun, food,
and faith! Participation fee: $40 (includes meals, activities, a t-shirt, and a whole LOT of fun!)
Want to have a weekend you’ll never forget? A weekend of zip-lining, jumping,
running, laughing, praying, and praising? Join over one hundred other Catholic Jr.
High students from the area and get ready to find out what the “Armor of God” is
all about. Get your form from the Info Center by the Youth Room!
Participation Fee: $155 (includes lodging, activities, food, t-shirt, and EVERYTHING!)
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Children’s Ministry
Partnering with parents to keep
the light of faith burning
For information call Sara Fontana 281.333.3891 ext. 339
or e-mail [email protected]
January 18, 2015
Early Childhood Program
Seeing Children Through The Eyes of God!
For information contact: Vicky Kuehnel, Director
[email protected] or 281.333.0176
PRESCHOOL CCE SUNDAY/DOMINGO
JANUARY 18, 25, FEBRUARY 8, 22, MARCH 1, 8, 29, APRIL 12, 19, 26,
and MAY 3
ELEMENTARY CCE MONDAY/LUNES
JANUARY 19, 26, FEBRUARY 2, 9, 23, MARCH 2, 9, 23, APRIL 6, 13, 20,
APRIL 27 and MAY 4
ELEMENTARY CCE WEDNESDAY/MIERCOLES
JANUARY 21, 28, FEBRUARY 4, 11, 25, MARCH 4, 11, 25, APRIL 8,
APRIL15, 22, 29 and MAY 6
1st COMMUNION….
….SAVE THE DATE
PARENT SESSION for
Elementary 1ST Communion students:
February 23 or 25
WWW.COVENANTEYES.COM
If your child has a smart
phone or access to internet
please use the tools available
to help them learn healthy
online habits. Tools good for
the whole family!
PARENT SESSION:
CREATING A SACRED AND SAFE
ENVIRONMENT IN YOUR HOME.
January 19 or 21 during CCE times.
Includes the short video: INTERNET
SAFETY: WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW CAN
HURT YOUR CHILD
SACRED & SAFE LESSONS
KINDERGARTEN – 5TH GRADE WILL BE
GIVEN ON JANARY 26 & 28
Sacred & Safe, a program which provides
faith-based safe environment lessons for
children and youth in kindergarten through
the 12th grade. This annual program
provides one grade-specific lesson each year
to help children and young people develop
the skills to protect themselves from sexual
abuse.
Happy New Year!
There will be no school this
Monday the 19th. This is in
celebration of MLK day.
Stories under the Stars will be January 27th
and 28th at 10:00 AM. We are having a few
of the grandparents in the program read
stories to our children. Refreshments will be
served after.
Parent/teacher conferences will be held the
29th and 30th of January from 9:30-1:30.
Please see the signup sheet outside of your
child’s classroom.
The “Cupid Express” will be on February 13th.
It is not too late to purchase tickets. We
will have a train ride in the back parking lot,
music and dancing, a hot cocoa bar, cookies
and cupcakes as well as crafts. Come have a
fun, family Valentines evening from 4-6:30.
Healthy eating in 2015!
Instead of eating for convenience, let’s try
to eat for energy.
Baked Chick Peas (garbanzo beans)
Rinse one can of chick peas and pat dry
Coat in olive oil, sea salt and pepper
Bake on 350º for 20-30 minutes
Let cool and enjoy as an alternative to chips.
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The Bay Area Deanery Council of
Catholic Women
(BADCCW) will hold their January meeting on
Wednesday, January 21, from 9:00 AM – 2 PM at
Mary Queen Church Hall, 606 Cedarwood Drive,
Friendswood. In addition to a brief monthly
meeting, we will be making pillowcase dresses for
girls in Africa and angel dolls to put in the pocket of
each dress. For more information go to:
http://www.littledressesforafrica.org/blog/
Donations are also requested to support the
Pregnancy and Parenting Support Centers of
Galveston County. Please consider bringing
Diapers, sizes 5 or 6. These centers help mothers
with parenting classes, as well as food & clothing
needs. They educate women and discourage
abortion. The CCW is an affiliated network of
dedicated Catholic women who come together for
fellowship, to grow in spirituality, leadership and
service to Christ, His church and society. Lunch
will be provided. A $5 donation is requested. For
more information or to carpool, contact Karen
Davis at 713.446.0011 or
[email protected]
RISE
(Renewal In Spiritual Empowerment)
RISE is a men’s fellowship group that repeats every
Friday morning beginning at 6:00 AM until the last one
leaves. We meet at the Marriott Courtyard – Nassau Bay
(18100 Saturn Lane). Join the Holy Spirit and other men
over a cup of coffee. Discussion focuses on motivation
and inspiration from the Holy Spirit present in our daily
lives to better men of God and community. For more
information please contact Marcus at: 832.250.3897 or
Brian at: 713.560.8412.
10th Annual CATHOLIC MEN’S CONFERENCE
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Norris Conference Center in San Antonio, Texas
Men face many challenges in today’s culture. We invite you to
deepen your understanding of your dignity as a man, created
in the image and likeness of God, for a specific purpose. This
conference will offer inspiration and give you direction and
resources to help transform your life, your family and society.
Guest Speakers: Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, Fr. Larry
Richards, Fr. Nathan Cromly and Fr. Patrick Martin. Dan
Barta (281.286.9132, [email protected]) is
coordinating discounted group registration for St. Paul. Please
respond to him prior to February 6, if you’d like to attend. For
individual registration or information, contact Pilgrim Center
of Hope at 210.521.3377 or www.CMCSanAntonio.com.
January 18, 2015
ACCW Valentine Style Show and
Luncheon
The Galveston-Houston ACCW (Archdiocesan
Council of Catholic Women) will hold their
24th annual Valentine Style Show and Luncheon
on Wednesday – February 11 at 10:30 AM at
St. Mary’s Seminary in Borski Gym, 9845
Memorial Dr., with a catered lunch, raffle, door
prizes and cake auction. Second Blessings Thrift
Shop, whose clothes the models will be
wearing and some other vendors will set up
their wares. Tickets are $15 and can be
purchased through Karen Davis at:
[email protected] or 713.446.0011.
The GH - ACCW is an affiliated network of
dedicated Catholic women who come together
for fellowship, to grow in spirituality,
leadership and service to Christ, His church and
society.
PRO-LIFE News . . .
On January 21, 2015, Arnold Prieto is scheduled
to be executed by the State of Texas,
On January 28, 2015, Garcia White is scheduled
to be executed by the State of Texas,
On January 29, 2015, Robert Ladd is scheduled
to be executed by the State of Texas.
Our Catholic faith calls us to pray for Richard,
Arnold, Garcia and Robert, for all victims of
crime, and for an end to capital punishment here
in the State of Texas. May God hear our prayers
in support of all life.
Noticias PRO-VIDA
El 21 de Enero de 2015, Arnold Prieto esta
sentenciado a muerte por el Estado de Texas,
El 28 de Enero de 2015, Garcia White esta
sentenciado a muerte por el Estado de Texas,
El 29 de Enero de 2015, Robert Ladd esta sentenciado
a muerte por el Estado de Texas.
Nuestra fe católica nos llama a rezar por Richard,
Arnold, Garcia, Robert y por los victimas del crimen,
y por el término de la sentencia aquí en el Estado de
Texas. Que reciba Dios nuestras oraciones apoyando
toda vida.
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