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- Good Shepherd Catholic Parish
June 14, 2015
The Catholic Church of Visalia
St. Mary ’s, Holy Fa mily, St. Th om as th e Apostle & St. Ch arle s Borrom eo
Catholic Center
PARISH OFFICE
506 N. Garden St.
Visalia, CA 93291
Office Hours/
Horas de Oficina
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Schedule of Masses
Holy Family
St. Mary’s - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin
1908 N. Court Street, Visalia, 93291
608 N. Church Street, Visalia, 93291
M - F: (Misa) 8:00 AM
M - S: Mass
Saturday:
Sunday:
Misa 6:00 PM
Mass 10:00 AM
7:00 AM
*All Fridays during the school year (except during Lent)
*9:00 AM & 12:15 PM
Misa 12:00 PM y 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:30 a.m. - Noon
M - F: Mass
12:15 PM
Saturday: Mass 4:00 PM
Sunday: Mass 7:00, 8:30, 10:30, & 7:00 PM
Misa 1:00 PM
Phone:
559-734-9522
St. Thomas the Apostle
St. Charles Borromeo
6735 Ave. 308, Goshen, 93291
5049 W. Caldwell Ave., Visalia, 93277)
Fax:
559-734-3435
M - F: 8:00 AM Servicio de Comunión
Sunday:
Misa - 9:30 AM
Saturday: Mass 5:30 PM
Sunday: Misa 8:00 AM
Mass 10:00 AM
Mass 12:00 PM
Please visit our
website for more
information:
www.tccov.org
Confession Schedule
Wednesday-St. Mary’s 12:45 PM - 1:15 PM
Friday, -Holy Family
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Welcome!
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors, families and friends of our community! We hope
the information in this weeks bulletin is a helpful resource. Please use the registration form on this page if
you are interested in becoming a registered parishioner. Just fill it out and drop it in the collection basket.
It’s that easy! Thank you for choosing to visit The Catholic Church of Visalia.
CONTACT INFORMATION
PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE
Fr. Eric Swearingen, Pastor
Rev. Alex Chavez, Associate Pastor
Rev. Mark Maxon, Associate Pastor
Rev. Victor Hernando, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jose Luis Varo, (In Residence)
Contact number:
The Catholic School of Visalia, George
McCann Memorial
Sheila Rast, Principal
200 E. Race Street, Visalia, 93291
559-732-5831 Phone
559-741-1562 Fax
Website: gmccatholicschool.org
Scrip Office: 732-7419
559-713-6860
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Paul Hernandez
Rev. Mr. Doug Pingel
Rev. Mr. Julian Ponce
Rev. Mr. Ken Ramage
Rev. Mr. James V. Rooney (Retired)
Rev. Mr. Henry Medina
Rev. Mr. Rick Miller,
Chaplain at Kaweah Delta District Hospital
[email protected]
Administrator
Rev. Mr. Henry Medina
Administrative Assistant to the Priests
Ruthanne Parlier, ext.118
Receptionist & Facilities Scheduler
Danny Sarabia , ext. 110
Facilities Manager
Stan Hillan, Sr., ext. 103
Liturgy Coordinator/Schedules
Patty Call, 559-734-9522
Director of Music
Charles Culbreth, 559-734-9522
Please submit bulletin items at TCCOV
Parish Office or by emailing
[email protected]
Sacrament of the Anointing of the
Sick…Every weekend after the
BETHLEHEM CENTER
Benny Rodriguez, Director
1638 N. Dinuba Blvd., Visalia, 93291
Phone: 734-1572
Website: www.bcvisalia.org
RELIGIOUS FORMATION
St. Mary’s (English) & (Español)
Adriana Robles–Noricumbo, CRE (SP)
Edie Loudermilk, Secretary, ext. 120 (EN)
OFFICE: 559-733-3929
FAX: 559-734-3435
(located in the Parish Center)
506 N. Garden Street, Visalia,
M-TH: 10:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Closed Fridays
Holy Family
Irma Gaitan, CRE
Office Locations & Hours
1908 N. Court St., Visalia,
(on the school grounds near Rm. 4)
M-Th 4:00 –7:00 p.m.
Phone: 559-732-9651
St. Thomas The Apostle
Antonio Mendoza - CRE
Office Location (Sunday)
6735 Ave 308, Goshen
Phone: 559-651-1923
Fax: 559-651-2270
Youth Ministry Coordinator
Ruben Cabatic, ext. 117
4:00 p.m. Mass at St. Mary’s, the Anointing of the Sick is offered to anyone who is ill, or who is going to
have a medical procedure.
Wedding Rehearsal Coordinators (Independent Contractors approved by TCCOV)
Holy Family Church
St. Mary’s Church
Rosann Porras-559-734-4456
E-mail: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
St. Charles Borromeo
Donna Grist 559-625-3115
Carol Serpa-559-734-0412
REGISTRATION:
Are you new to The Catholic Church of
Visalia? Please take a moment to register
by completing this form. You may drop it off
at the Parish Office or in the weekend collection.
Church most often attending:
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information about. Baptism? First Communion?
Confirmation? Marriage? Vocations?
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11th Sunday in Ordinary Time: June 14, 2015
“It is the smallest of all seeds, and becomes the largest of plants,” -Mark 4:26-34
Pastor Reflection
We either pay attention to or ignore “clock time” as we play in
the summer sun and note the earth’s tilt and the lengthening of
days. We live by time. We reckon time in seconds and minutes and
hours, or we use bigger chunks like suppertime and summertime.
God keeps another sort of time. God speaks to us of “saving
time,” that is, the time of salvation. This sense of time is called
kairos, and this time is always now, always present and available,
always revealing, often surprising.
This Sunday’s readings alert us to the reality and import of
God’s time. Ezekiel and the Gospel of Mark remind us that our
labor and our plotting and our planning rest in God. For God takes
our smallest efforts and makes them great works. Paul points us to
the “harvest” time, urges us to be watchful for its coming, and calls
us to recognize that we must spend our time in pleasing God.
GOD’S SAVING TIME
We are a people who schedule, plot, and plan. Even in the
summertime, we live in a world of adjusted clocks and tight schedules. Even in the summertime, we are obsessed with time, striving
to own it, stretch it, or save it, if only to waste it in the end. Thank
goodness that even in summertime we are reminded that God’s
salvation—“God’s Saving Time”—is always at hand. Thank goodness that we are able to plot the time of summer in order to consecrate it and there encounter the God who orders not only all
things, but all time as well.
Whatever grows around us on the windowsill or in the garden,
whatever appears fresh at the market, can remind us of plotting
time and of the surprises of time’s unfurling, the benevolent time
of God’s coming. That is why this time is as good a time as any to
nurture the inner ear, the inner eye, and to move to the rhythm of
God’s saving time, God’s surprising salvation.
PASS A GOOD TIME
In Louisiana’s Cajun country, folks invite one another over to
“pass a good time, cher.” We who are church are here to pass a
good time, to tend to one another, to tend to God’s good earth
and our good gardens. We are here to be wide awake to God’s
saving time within all and through all.
We pass a good time here but once, however, so we must take
time to proclaim God’s timeless faithfulness through summer’s
short nights and to sing of God’s endless kindness at summer’s
fresh new dawn. We must give ourselves and others the time to
grow and prosper under the watchful eye of God, who, as an old
prayer reminds us, dwells with us in time “beyond the region of
thunder, in a land that is always peaceful, always serene and bright
with . . . resplendent glory.”
Today’s Readings: Ez 17:22–24; Ps 92:2–3, 13–14, 15–16; 2 Cor
5:6–10; Mk 4:26–34
Welcome PPAV Festa!
Today is the P.P.A.V. Festa celebration. The events will follow
10:30 a.m. mass at St. Mary’s. Welcome PPAV members and Festival Participants!
St. Mary’s Tabernacle
You may notice that the tabernacle will absent
from St. Mary’s Church for about the next eight
weeks. This is due to the work of a generous
donor who has offered to have the tabernacle
refinished. We look forward to the beautiful
results upon its return.
HELP WANTED. George
McCann School is accepting
applications for a part-time
Junior Kindergarten teacher.
The Junior
Kindergarten position is for
the afternoon.
We are also accepting applications for a part-time
teacher for our 3 year old
enrichment program. This
position requires early education units.
If you or anyone you know
is interested in either of
these positions, please pick
up an application from the
school office. (732-5831)
CONGRATULATIONS,
FR. JORGE ROBLES!
With praise and thanksgiving to
God, Bishop Armando X. Ochoa
ordained Jorge Robles to the
priesthood this past Saturday,
May 30, in St. John’s Cathedral.
Our diocese is blessed to welcome Fr. Robles whose first
assignment is to St. Anne / Holy
Cross in Porterville.
Please keep Fr. Robles and all
our priests and seminarians in
your prayers and remember to
pray daily for vocations to the
priesthood, especially here in
our diocese.
Priests’ Retirement Fund Collection
Father’s Day Weekend
Once a year, we are asked to remember the retired priests who
have served faithfully for many long years in the 90 parishes in
our diocese. The annual cost of retirement continues to grow, as
our compensation to the retired priests becomes more and more
realistic. We presently have 27 retired priests who have served
the parishes of the Diocese of Fresno. There will be a second
collection at all weekend Masses on June 20th & 21st to support
the retired priests of our diocese. Please be generous with a
Father’s Day Retirement donation and remember them in your
daily prayers!
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
WWW.TCCOV.ORG/EVENTS
THE GOSPELS
THE GOSPELS BIBLE STUDY
continues during the Summer,
at St Charles every Tuesday
from 7-8:30 PM
We are studying the Gospel of
St Luke. Presently studying
Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount
as described in Matthew’s
Gospel. Lots of People for fellowship and great food!
Please come and bring your Bible.
Jerry DeMelo 960-3245 if questions.
ARS Training Sessions
There will be two upcoming training session for new and
current ARS members serving on the St Mary’s cleaning calendar. Adult parishioner wishing to learn more about this service
are welcome to join us. Please meet inside St Mary’s Church
Wednesday, June 17 at 6pm; arriving a few minutes early to
sign in and fill out forms. Contact Shirley (805-4092) if you
have any question.
Watch the bulletin in the upcoming weeks for gatherings at
Holy Family, St. Thomas, and St Charles, as help is needed with
starting regular weekly cleaning of the sacristy and altar areas
of these churches, beyond what our ministry can do. Membership to ARS is not required. Individuals, teams from other ministries, confirmation candidates needing volunteer hours, and
teams of families are all welcome to serve. Training and supplies will be provided.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
The Alumni Committee from The Catholic School of Visalia, George
McCann Memorial Campus is in the process of updating our data base
with correct address and phone numbers of our alumni. If you are a
family that is able to help us, that would be appreciated. Current information is needed for any parent or alumni of GMC.
Please submit the following information to the address provided below:
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Family Name
Student/Students Names
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Address , City, State
Phone Number(s)
Graduation Year
Completed information may be put in the collection basket next week or
dropped to the school office at 200 E. Race St., Visalia CA 93291, Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm.
Thank you so much for your help!
Weekly Collection
Your continued generosity in the weekly collections is
greatly appreciated. The collection amount for the week
ending, June 7, 2015:
SM
HF
SC
ST
Actual Collection Amount: $16,950.66
Actual Collection Amount: $4,593.39
Actual Collection Amount: $8,633.20
Actual Collection Amount: $445.21
Family Life Workshop June 18
Over the next several years, the Diocese of Fresno is launching
a variety of workshops dedicated to enriching marriage & family life. This first English-speaking seminar will explore an overview of scientifically advanced NFP methods and an exploration
of Church teaching on family planning that affirms marriage &
family and strengthens society. This two-hour workshop, entitled Women’s Health Care, will be offered on June 18 in Clovis,
and August 15 in Merced. Registration is now open. Please
check with your parish for a flyer and registration form. Contact
Sr. Joanne at 559.488-7474 ext. 106 and Edith Maldonado
([email protected]; 559.488-7474 ext. 103).
THANK YOU! The TCCOV Pro-Life Ministry would like to say "Thank
You" to our Priests, other ministries, communities, and all others who
attended the 2nd Annual Pro-Life Dinner for your support of our Pro-Life
Ministry. "Thank You" also to those who donated the Dinner's Door Prizes. All of this participation made the Dinner a huge success. Please Pray
for the Unborn at one of our Pro-Life Rosaries. We pray the Pro-Life
Rosary on the 2nd Thursday of the month after the 12:15PM Mass @ St.
Mary's and on the 3rd Monday of the month @ 6:15PM in Rm. 4 @ St.
Mary's Parish Center.
We are looking forward to a great week of Cathletics! Registration forms are available at the church office or you can download the forms from the parish website, www.tccov.org. The
program will run from July 20-24, 8:30 a.m. until noon each day
and is designed for participants ages 3 years through 6th grade.
Your children will learn more about their Catholic faith through
the daily faith lesson, new and inspiring music, great crafts and
delicious snacks. We are excited about this year’s program
which offers lots of great ways for your children to keep God
and our Church close to their hearts.
They can use lots of help - teens in grades 7-12 and adults are
needed to assist in the program with crafts, snacks, fun &
games, as teachers, aides or wherever needed. Registration will
close on Monday, June 22nd, so don’t wait! If you need more
information, please give a call to Mary at (559)739-7222.
Serra Club Meeting
June 22, 2015—6 pm at the Serra Center
Guest Speaker: Fr. Rene Panlasigui Rej
MARRIAGE & FAMILY LIFE Continued
One of the topics addressed at the October 2014
Synod of Bishops on “Pastoral Challenges to the
Family in the Context of Evangelization,” was the
need for a new way of communicating Church teaching about marriage in contemporary society, using
positive, elevating language that invites. As the
synod’s final report stated this need will not be
solved by merely presenting a set of rules.
“Marriage,” the report emphasized, “is not a ‘yoke,’
but a ‘school of humanity’ (Guadium et Spes, 52), a
model where God’s deeper purpose for our lives is
revealed.” Today, we must reach people in fresh, new
ways that address the real, concrete circumstances of
their lives.
um, also held at the Vatican. The group focused on
new ways speaking old truths. One theme was the
beauty of self-gift – “of unselfishness, of avoiding
ego, of gift, of service, of sacrifice,” she said. In short,
communicating about marriage should not be passive, flat, and rule-based. It should reflect the immense power and love of our Creator, and the fulfillment of the human heart and soul that a successful,
Christian marriage achieves.
“Faith is no refuge for the fainthearted, but something which enhances our lives,” Pope Francis, in his
EncyclicalLumen Fidei, wrote. “It makes us aware of a
magnificent calling, the vocation of love.” It is a question of allowing people to experience that the Gospel
of the Family is a joy that “fills hearts and lives,”
First, how do we deal with the widespread reality of
because in Christ we are “set free from sin, sorrow,
broken families – people who are separated, diinner emptiness, and loneliness” (Evangelii Gaudium,
vorced, or divorced and remarried – as well as single1). In summary, methods recommended by the
parent families? The words of Pope Francis are espesynod and others to strengthen communications
cially effective in these situations, as the report statabout marriage include:
ed: The Church will have to initiate everyone – priests,
religious and laity – into the “art of accompaniment,”
• Constructive language that invites and inspires
the pope said, “which teaches us to remove our
the vocation of marriage as a powerful sign of
sandals before the sacred ground of the other.”
Christ’s presence and a school for spiritual
Entering into pastoral dialogue with persons in brogrowth.
ken families is needed, the report noted, to discern “a
constructive response, seeking to transform” these
• Renewal in the training of priests and other
challenges “into opportunities that can lead to the
pastoral workers with a greater involvement of
fullness of marriage and family in conformity with the
families.
Gospel.”
• Enabling couples in troubled marriages to
Another powerful form of communication is the
count on the assistance and guidance of the
joyous witness of Christian couples. One such couple,
Church.
Jeff and Alice Heinzen of Wisconsin, in testimony
before the synod, said that in “the age of the dimin• Joyful witness of authentic love by families.
ished family structure,” many young people “do not
see the witness of married love” that they experi• Attention to the Word of God through scripturenced” with their own parents. “We must develop
al readings.
more robust and creative methods,” they said, “to
• Images through art and film of the beauty of
share the fundamental truth that marriage is a divine
gift from God, rather than merely a man-made instimarriage.
tution.” This will require us “to examine the methods
• Preparation for marriage in the course of Chrisby which we teach our children” about sexuality and
tian Initiation.
the “vocation of marriage” and to include marriage in
all programs that speak of the call by God to serve.
Communicating about marriage will be further
addressed in the October 2015 Ordinary Synod on
The “Word of God,” is also a critical “source of life
and spirituality for the family,” as the synod noted. All the vocation and mission of the family in the Church
and in the contemporary world. Topics relating to the
pastoral work on behalf of the family must allow
importance of family life will also be addressed at the
people to be “interiorly fashioned and formed”
World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia in Septemthrough the “prayerful reading of Sacred Scripture.”
ber 2015.
In addition, films and images of beauty often touch
people “in a place where maybe words don’t touch
- See more at: http://www.cacatholic.org/policiesthem,” according to Helen Alvare, professor of law at
issues/marriage-and-family-life/language-invites-how
George Mason University and communications liai-tell-good-news-about-marriageson for the November 2014
Humanum Colloquiand#sthash.Gd9dkMvl.dpuf
PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING
Meeting Thursday, June 18th — 6- 8 P.M.,
St. Therese of Lisieux Room, St. Charles
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Attention Parishioners
Daily Mass at St. Mary’s on Fridays reverted back to 7:00 a.m. beginning
June 5th.
Register for
Religious Formation
The Religious Formation Staff here at the
Catholic Church of Visalia is anxious to begin
planning for our new school year of Religious
Formation. Please note that all new students
must have a copy of their baptism certificate.
High school students registering for the confirmation program must also have a copy of
their first communion certificates.
Registration for all continuing and new Religious
Formation Students will be as follows:
All registrations begin June 1st
ST. MARY’S
Registration will take place in the Religious
Formation Office.
Mondays - Thursdays: 10:30am-5:30pm
ST. MARY’S SPANISH
Registration will take place in the Religious
Formation Office.
Mondays and Thursdays: 4pm-6pm
HOLY FAMILY:
Registration will take place in the Holy Family
Religious Formation Office
Mondays-Thursdays: 3pm-7pm
ST. THOMAS:
Registration will take place in St Thomas Religious
Formation Office
Tuesdays: 7pm – 9pm
Sundays: 12pm – 2pm
Registration Fees are as follows:
$35 / 1 child
$45 / 2 children
$55 / 3 children
$65 / 4 children
If you have any questions please call 7349522 ext. 120
Thank you for continuing to give your children the gift of faith. We look forward to a
year of growing in our faith together!
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
Congratulations!
Congratulations to all of the
graduates in our parish. Your
hard work has paid off! Middle
School, High School and College
Graduates, we pray that you feel
the warmth of God’s blessings as
you endeavor on the next phase
of your life.
UPCOMING SAFE ENVIRONMENT TRAINING!
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer with the
Catholic Church of Visalia? You must comply with
the Diocese Safe Environment Training requirement.
There is an upcoming opportunity to fulfill that requirement! Don’t miss Safe Environment class in
English June 24 and Spanish class on June 29. Both
classes will begin sharply at 6 p.m. at the TCCOV
Parish Hall. Please note that we are unable to offer
childcare and the class is not appropriate for children.
This class is for any volunteer who is over 18, has not
had safe Environment class and is actively involved
in ministers, Ushers, Extraordinary Ministers, Lectors,
Vacation Bible school Religious Education, Youth
Ministry, Christopher’s Altar Rosary, etc. If you have
any questions please contact the Parish office.
BUNCO TIME!!!!
Catholic Daughters of the
Americas Summer Bunco/
Luncheon
Have a great time of fun, good
food and fellowship!
June 27th at Serra Center
Doors open at 11:30,
lunch at noon.
Cost is $10 per person
Door Prizes, 50/50 and more
Any questions, please call
Leann at 285-1751.
Summer has arrived. New life is everywhere. Two
by two the apostles went forth to bring the
good news to the world. Jesus ask them to be
signs of his love. Our marriage is a sign of his
love. How are we displaying that sign? Worldwide Marriage Encounter® will be presenting
Weekends on July 17-19, 2015 at St. Anthony’s
Retreat Center in Three Rivers, California and
October 23-25, 2015 at the Saint Francis Retreat
Center in San Juan Bautista, California. For more
information call Mary Jo and Rich Castello, at
831-704-6322 ([email protected]) or register
online at centralcawwme.org.
The Diocesan youth retreat center, Santa Teresita Youth Conference Center, invites all
young people, ages 12-19, to the first STYCC Catholic Youth Music Camp to take place in
Three Rivers on July 20 – July 23, 2015. The purpose of this camp is to foster the growth of
young music ministers. Space is still available so register soon! Have questions? Need more
information? Contact Vince Olea at [email protected], call (559) 561-1038, or visit the
STYCC website www.StTeresitaYCC.org.
Blood Drive
Give the gift of life at the Catholic Church of
Visalia’s Blood Drive on Sunday, June 28 from
8:30-1:15 at St. Mary’s Parish Center.
All donors will receive t-shirts and will be
served root beer floats. Blood donation takes
less than one hour to complete. Donors must
be in good general health, weigh a minimum
of 110 pounds and be at least 17 years old (16
years old with written parental consent). Donors should eat a good meal within 4 hours
prior to their donation and drink plenty of
water starting the evening before. Photo ID
and Social Security Number are required at
donor registration. All donors will be entered in a drawing for a new bicycle!
Sponsored by The Women’s Guild. If you have
any questions, please call 625-4577.
The Gift of Blood is the Gift of Life!
Bienvenida
QUEREMOS dar una cálida bienvenida a todas las familias, amigos y visitantes de nuestra comunidad! Esperamos que la información contenida en este boletín semanal sea un recurso útil. Si usted no esta registrado. Por favor, llene el formulario de inscripción
en la primera página y deposítelo en la canasta de la colecta y sea miembro de nuestra Comunidad. Es así de fácil! Gracias por
elegir ser parte de nuestra Comunidad y por visitar la Iglesia Católica de Visalia.
Undécimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario: 14 de Junio de 2015
El hombre siembra su campo, y sin que él sepa cómo, la semilla germina y crece -Marcos 4:26-34
Pastor Reflexión
EL TIEMPO DE LA SALVACIÓN DE DIOS
Somos gente que programa, marca y planifica. Aun en
tiempo de verano, vivimos en un mundo de relojes ajustados
y horarios apretados. Aun en tiempo de verano, andamos
obsesionados con el tiempo, procurando tenerlo, rendirlo,
ganarlo, si bien para perderlo al final. Bendito sea que aun
en tiempo de verano se nos recuerda que la salvación de
Dios —“la hora de la salvación de Dios”— siempre está
cerca. Bendito sea que podemos programar el tiempo de
verano a fin de consagrarlo y en él encontrar al Dios que
ordena no sólo todas las cosas, sino también el tiempo
mismo.
Todo lo que crece a nuestro alrededor ya sea en la
ventana o en el jardín, todo lo que parece fresco en el
mercado, puede recordarnos el programar el tiempo y las
sorpresas que trae el devenir del tiempo, el benevolente
tiempo de la venida de Dios. Es por eso que este tiempo es
bueno para cultivar el oído interior, la mirada interior y
movernos al ritmo del tiempo salvífico de Dios, de la
sorprendente salvación de Dios.
PASAR UN BUEN RATO
En la región cajún (francófona) de Luisiana, las gentes
invitan a otros a su casa a “pasar un buen rato, cher”.
Nosotros que somos Iglesia estamos aquí para pasar un
buen rato, cuidando de los demás, cuidando de la buena
tierra de Dios y de nuestros buenos jardines. Estamos aquí
para estar bien despiertos y atentos al tiempo de la
salvación de Dios dentro y por medio de todo.
Pasamos un buen rato aquí aunque sólo una vez, por
tanto debemos dedicarle tiempo a proclamar la eterna
misericordia de Dios durante las cortas noches de verano y a
cantar la infinita bondad de Dios en el fresco amanecer de
verano. Debemos darnos y dar a otros el tiempo para crecer
y prosperar bajo la atenta mirada de Dios, quien, como la
antigua plegaria nos recuerda en un tiempo “más allá de la
región de los truenos, en una tierra donde reina la paz,
siempre serena y luminosa . . . resplandeciente de [su]
gloria”.
Lecturas de hoy: Ez 17:22–24; Sal 92:2–3, 13–14, 15–16; 2
Cor 5:6–10; Mc 4:26–34
Campaña de sangre
La próxima campaña de sangre se celebrará. El domingo 28 de
junio de 8:30-1:15 en la Iglesia Católica de Visalia, parroquia de
Santa María. Todos los donantes recibirán camisetas y serán
servidos root beer floats. Donación de sangre toma menos de
una hora para terminar. Los donantes deben estar en buena
salud general, pesan un mínimo de 110 libras y ser no menos de
17 años de edad (16 años de edad con el consentimiento de los
padres). Los donantes deben comer una buena comida en 4
horas antes de su donación y beber mucha agua a partir de la
víspera. Identificación con foto y número de Seguro Social se
requieren en el registro de donantes. Si usted tiene alguna
pregunta, llame al 625-4577.
El regalo de sangre es el regalo de vida
ELENCUENTRO
MATRIMONIAL
MUNDIAL
El Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial, tendra un Fin de
Semana, el proximo mes de Junio 19, 20 y 21 del
2015, Si le interesa puede contactarnos, Ampelio y
Delia Gutierrez 358-5677.
RETROUVAILLE
Tensión en su matrimonio?Retrouvaille en un programa para parejas
casadas que se sienten aburridos,
desilusionados, frustrados, o enojados en
su matrimonio. Algunos experimentan
frialdad. Otros experimentan conflictos en
su relación. La mayoría no saben cómo
cambiar la situación o incluso como
comunicárselo a su esposo(a).
Este programa ha ayudado a miles de
parejas experimentando dificultades en
sus matrimonios. Para información
confidencial acerca del programa o
registrarse para el siguiente Fin De
Semana, por favor llame al (559) 935-
Guardar la fecha de la
próxima Campaña de
Donación de sangre
que se celebrará el
domingo, 28 de junio
de 2015 en la Iglesia
Católica de Visalia en
Santa María del centro parroquial.
Se proporcionarán
más detalles.s
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
Prayer & Life
Workshop: Aug. 12-13
¡Guarden la fecha! El Prayer and Life
Workshop (en inglés) va a comenzar el
miércoles, 12 de agosto de 9am-11am
en el Centro Serra detrás de Sta. María
y el Taller de Oración y Vida (en español) va a comenzar el jueves, 13 de
agosto de 9am-11am en el Centro
Serra. Crezca en su relación personal
con Dios con escritura, varios métodos
de oración y música. ¿Está interesado
en un taller en español en la noche?
Contacte a Charlotte/Carlota para más
información. (559-799-3048)
Taller Diocesano de Comunicación Familiar
La Diócesis de Fresno / Ministerio de Vida y
Familia te invita al primer Taller Diocesano de
Comunicación Familiar el Sábado, 27 de Junio
y el Domingo, 28 de Junio, 2015, de 9am a
3pm ambos días, en la Parroquia de Santa
Brigida en Hanford. La Inscripción es de $25.00
por persona. Haga su cheque o Money Order
pagadero a la Diócesis de Fresno. Atención: Sr.
Joanne Bauer, CSC, Family Life Ministry, 1550
N. Fresno St., Fresno, CA 93703. Para obtener
más información comuníquese con Marina A.
Martinez, SFP. 559-737-3596; email: [email protected] El volante está disponible en
su parroquia o en
www.dioceseoffresno.org/familylife
Escolar de formación religiosa
El personal de formación religiosa aquí en
la Iglesia Católica de Visalia está ansioso
por empezar a planear nuestro nuevo año
escolar de formación religiosa. Tenga en
cuenta que todos los nuevos estudiantes
deben tener una copia de su certificado de
bautismo. Los estudiantes de preparatoria
que van a inscribirse en el programa de
confirmación deben tener también una
copia del certificado de su primera
comunión.
Las inscripciones serán las siguientes para
todos los estudiantes
nuevos y que van a continuar en su
formación religiosa:
Todas las inscripciones comienzan el 1o
de junio
STA. MARÍA en INGLES:
Las inscripciones tendrán lugar en la
oficina de formación religiosa de Sta.
María.
lunes - jueves: 10am-6pm
STA. MARÍA en ESPAÑOL:
Las inscripciones tendrán lugar en la
oficina de formación religiosa de Sta.
María.
lunes y jueves: 4pm-6pm
SAGRADA FAMILIA:
Las inscripciones tendrán lugar en la
oficina de formación religiosa de la
Sagrada Familia.
lunes - jueves: 3pm-7pm
STO. TOMÁS:
Las inscripciones tendrán lugar en la
oficina de formación religiosa de Sto.
Tomás.
martes: 7pm-9pm
domingos: 12pm-2pm
Las cuotas de inscripción son las
siguientes:
$35 / 1 niño
$45 / 2 niños
$55 / 3 niños
$65 / 4 niños
Si tienen cualquier pregunta por favor
llame al 734-9522 ext. 120
Masses & Intentions
SATURDAY, JUNE 13, VIGIL - 11th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIMe
4:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
RICHARD GRAJEDA by his wife, Mary
MARIA SERPA by Matthew Lawrence
FROYLAN VALDOVINOS
departe Froylan y Veronica Valdovinos
(SM)
(SC)
(HF)
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, VIGIL - 12TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
4:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
PATRICK MCLAUGHLIN by his wife
JOE SAAVEDRA by Sally Garcia
INT. OF US MILITARY, ESP. THOSE IN
HARM’S WAY by Russ & Joanne Hurley
(SM)
(SC)
(HF)
SUNDAY, JUNE 14, ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:00 a.m. INT. OF RICK & BERNADETTE MILLER
by Tom & Mary Ann Van Woerkom
(SM)
8:00 a.m. INT. OF DANIEL & ANGELA RAMIREZ
by Rachel Navarrete
(SC)
8:30 a.m. HENRY “SKEETER” LUSK
by Thelma Lusk & family
(SM)
9:30 a.m. MARY GRASSO by Sam & Terry Sciacca
(ST)
10:00 a.m. ROEL REYES by Roland Reyes
(SC)
10:00 a.m. INT. OF MARY GONZALEZ by her family
(HF)
10:30 a.m. DAVID VINCENT PENA by his parents
(SM)
12:00 p.m. INT. OF ALL PRIESTS & DEACONS
by Shirley Mitchell
(SC)
12:00 p.m. RICHARD & DOMINIQUE LOPEZ by their fam. (HF)
1:00 p.m. DAR GRACIAS POR LAS BENDICIONES PARA
LAS ANIMAS DEL PURGATORIO
departe Julia Catarino
(SM)
5:00 p.m. INTENTIONS OF ALL PARSIHIONERS
(HF)
7:00 p.m. ANDRES URRUTIA PIVARAL
by Desiree Dubois Fuentes
(SM)
SUNDAY, JUNE 21, TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:00 a.m. MANUEL G. MACIEL
by Keith & Barbara Bettencourt
(SM)
8:00 a.m. PAULO CONTRERAS departe familia
(SC)
8:30 a.m. NARCIZO BETTENCOURT & PETE JUNGWIRTH
by Dan & Marjie Jungwirth
(SM)
9:30 a.m. INTENTIONS OF ALL PARISHIONERS
(ST)
10:00 a.m. TEODORICO, MELCHORA & JULIO JAVIER &
GLORIA MARTIN by Cesarea Javier
(SC)
10:00 a.m. JUANITA & LONGINO GARCIA & MARY
SANDOVAL by Celina Garcia Celillo
(HF)
10:30 a.m. JIMMY RAMIREZ by
Robert & Rosemary Miranda
(SM)
12:00 p.m. EDDIE FARIA by Vera Faria
(SC)
12:00 p.m. DANIEL NAVA by Peter & Anna Maria Nava
(HF)
1:00 p.m. EN HONOR DE SAN MARTIN DE PORRES
a sus Martha Patino
(SM)
5:00 p.m. ELIO ROJAS & JORGE ROJAS
by Maribel Rojas
(HF)
7:00 p.m. ROSENDO CALVENDRA by Leo Calvendra
(SM)
Monday, June 15, Weekday in Ordinary Time
7:00 a.m. LEODUVINA GUSMAN by Beatrice Castillo
(SM)
8:00 a.m. LEONOR FRAGOSO by Sara Gaytan Fragoso (HF)
12:15 p.m. GINA TOSTA by Belmira & John Tosta
(SM)
EXCITING CHANGES AT THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL OF VISALIA,
GEORGE McCANN MEMORIAL: NEW TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION IN THE CLASSROOM
Coming up this school year: Students will be using Chrome books
across the curriculum in grades 5-8. Students will be using this
technology in core subjects and electives! Students will continue to
broaden their knowledge base of the Diocesan Curriculum Standards in technology with these hands on tools; Students will be
making presentations, leveled math and English projects, working
on online interactive labs, and use Google accounts to collaborate
on writing! Utilizing Chrome books in the classroom opens the
middle school schedule allowing for new electives. Students in
grades 6-8 will choose from planned electives such as guitar, Spanish, art. Many new exciting changes will be taking place this coming
school year.
Tuesday, June 16, Weekday in Ordinary Time
7:00 a.m. JOYCE AVILA by Michael & Patricia Cox
(SM)
8:00 a.m. INT. - ADRIANA CHACON by George Chacon (HF)
12:15 p.m. MILT MEDEIROS by Earnest Tristao
(SM)
Wednesday, June 17, Weekday in Ordinary Time
7:00 a.m. MICHELLE R. AGUILAR by Martin & Peggy
Hernandez & John & Susan Villanueva
(SM)
8:00 a.m. TONY MENDONCA by SM Altar & Rosary Soc. (HF)
12:15 p.m. JOHN PAUL MAGAO
by James & Mary Jane Wilfong
(SM)
Thursday, June 18, Weekday in Ordinary Time
7:00 a.m. MATTEO & ROSE ROMANAZZI
by Joe & Matt Romanazzi & families
(SM)
8:00 a.m. INT. OF RICK & KAREN SANTORUM by TKRL (HF)
12:15 p.m. BEATRICE SEGEDIN by Maureen Fisher
(SM)
7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
Friday, June 19, St. Romuald
CARLOS, JR. & MARY LOURENCO
by Carlos & Yolanda Lourenco
PASQUALE & MARIA COPPOLA
by Sam & Terry Sciacca
BRO. JIM MCLAUGHLIN by Gwen
Saturday, June 20, Weekday in Ordinary Time
7:00 a.m. FERNANDO BARRIENTOS, JR.
by Maria Barrientos
 The arrangement at the north side of the sanctuary is in celebra(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
(SM)
OUR BELOVED DEPARTED
In the kindness of your prayers, please remember our most
recently deceased:
FERMIN ESPINOZA
father of Valerie Lee
SANCTUARY FLOWER DEDICATIONS: ST. MARY’S
tion of the 102ND
ANNIVERSARY OF THE PPAV’S
HOLY GHOST FESTA & DEDICATED TO ALL MEMBERS, LIVING AND
DECEASED.
 The arrangement at the south side of the sanctuary is in loving
memory of DANNY VERA, the gift of his mother, Veronica
Vera Brown.
 The arrangements at the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin are in
loving memory of
ANTONIA LOMAS, the gift of her
children.
 The arrangements at the St. Joseph Altar are in loving memory
of FRANK J. COELHO, the gift of Michael & Patricia Cox.
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• Member of George McCann’s Script Program
• Owner Jeff Salser (FDR 1464)
• Owner Steve Dillard (FDR-167, EMB-7791)
Parishioner of St. Mary’s
On Site Cremation Services Available
127 East Caldwell Ave., Visalia • (559) 635-1144 • www.salseranddillard.com
600750 Catholic Church of Visalia (A)
www.jspaluch.com
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