June 12, 201 - St. Vincent de Paul
ARCHDIOCESE OF GALVESTON-HOUSTON
HIS EMINENCE DANIEL CARDINAL DINARDO
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH
6800 BUFFALO SPEEDWAY, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77025
June 12, 2016
The Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Rev. Msgr. William Young
Rev. Phong Nguyen
Gus Camacho, Dan Pagnano
Meredith Wyzik, 713-663-3549
Director of Music,
Daryel Nance, 713-663-3539
Director of Liturgy,
Laura Rivera, 713-663-3528
Director of Faith Formation,
Nick LaRocca, 713-663-3565
Director of Communications,
Mary Gosline, 713-663-3546
Weekdays: 6:45 AM and 12:10 PM
Saturday: 8:15 AM
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00, 9:00, & 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM
Spanish Mass: Sunday, 3:00 PM
Life Teen Mass: Sunday, 5:00 PM
Young Adults Mass:
Tuesday, 7:00 PM
except Not First Tuesday
in the Church Adoration Chapel,
Monday, 7 AM through Saturday, 8 AM
CONFESSIONS: Tuesdays, 6-7 PM and
Saturdays, 3:30-4:30 PM
or call 713-667-9111 for an appointment
HEALING AND ANOINTING OF THE SICK
second Wednesday of the month after 12:10 PM Mass
June 12, 2016, Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Letter From The Pastor
Ah, the lazy, hazy days of summer — since we’re in Houston I should say hot,
humid and sweaty days of summer as well. Most of our children are out of school, many
at camps or special school for summer. Some of our older teens have a job of some sort,
but many are at home, a lot. Of course, they spend a good amount of time reading and
relaxing with their siblings.
I fear, however, this may not be the case. I have heard from reliable sources that
children tend to sleep late many days, do not spend much time reading, watch too much
TV and spend too much time in the Inter-net.
An editorial in the May 15, 2016 edition of Our Sunday Visitor commented on
this growing problem.
According to statistics, provide by Covenant Eyes, a Christian based internet filtering system, the
average age of first exposure of young boys to pornography is 11 to 12 years old. On average 83%
of boys and 57% of girls have viewed group sex online. With the highly addictive quality of
pornography and its ready availability, parents can no longer afford to wait to address this topic
with their children even as young as 11.
Last fall, the U.S. Bishops issued the pastoral letter Create in Me a Clean Heat: A Pastoral
Response to Pornography (http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human-life-and-dignity/
pornography/index.cfm) in which they issued a call to action to all people of good will seeking
combat the surge. “May we work together for laws and for a culture that remove pornography from
its prominent and privileged place and counter its numerous injustices,” they wrote, “building
instead a culture that honors the true dignity and meaning of human sexuality.”
One of the tasks as educators, parents, pastors, etc. is to help protect our children from the enemy(s) who
desire to harm our children. It behooves us to be very proactive in the area of modern communications. I urge all
to be more knowledgeable about this issue. IPS Institute for the Psychological Sciences, a Catholic school of
psychology has an online brief paper, Pornicious – The Impact of Pornography on Children and Families, by Fr.
Charles Sikorshy that has several resources and endnotes for further study. I am a supporter of Convenant Eyes
(www.covenanteyes.com) as a filtering and monitoring family service. Covenant Eyes has several online books
with many ideas and education.
Other online sites that are helpful are www.theporneffect.com and www.reclaimsexualhealth.com. A
local Catholic service, Gratia Plena (full if grace) conducts professionally facilitated support groups — King
David’s Men (Catholic adults, sexual integrity) and King David’s Young Men (Catholic tens, sexual identity).
You can contact them at 832.532.0129. You can find a Catholic therapist online at www.catholictherapists.com.
In a future column, I will address the emerging issue of “gender identity” vs “gender reality.”
These are not easy issues to discuss partly because they are emerging topics not talked about in years past; partly
because of the emotions involve especially with loved family members involved; partly because of fear and a
lack of knowledge. But discuss them we must.
I urge all parents to check regularly the history of your children’s sites visited on their computers, iPad,
phones, etc. If your child decides to block your ability to view the pictures, texts, etc., they should lose the
privilege to have those devices. Truth be told, sometimes we must protect children from themselves. There are
several program additions you can put on a cell phone (restrictions, times of use, blocked numbers, etc.) which
you can add to help you guide your child.
The enemy is at the door — is already past the door and in the house. Vigilance is needed more now
than in the past. Modernity does not always walk the path of right and justice. Praise be God who has given us a
job of being a protector.
Pax et bonum,
Mass Intentions for the Week
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: St. Anthony of Padua
Tuesday: Flag Day
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary
June 13 to June 19
Monday, June 13,
St. Anthony of Padua, Priest, Doctor of the Church
6:45: AM:Joseph Stanislaus Kania†, Policiano Menezes†
12:10 PM: Matthew Barrett†, Bessie Debo†
First Reading -- The LORD forgives David for taking
the wife of Uriah, and for having Uriah killed
(2 Samuel 12:7-10, 13).
Psalm -- Lord, forgive the wrong I have done
Second Reading -- If justification comes through the
law, then Christ died for nothing (Galatians 2:16, 19-21).
Gospel -- Jesus forgives the woman because of her great
love (Luke 7:36 -- 8:3 [7:36-50]).
Tuesday, June 14, Weekday
6:45 AM: St. Jude League
12:10 PM: Mabel Hollier†, Michael Le Quoc†
7:00 PM: John Banks†, The Morrison Family Living &
Wednesday, June 15, Weekday
6:45 AM: Nick, Claire & David Lloyd & Louis & Tuck
Berges†, William G. Arnold†
12:10 PM: Ruth & Johnny Kolenda†, Alice Whitlock†
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for
Mass (c) 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in
the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
Thursday, June 16, Weekday
6:45 AM: Elden Barrett†
12:10 PM: Richard Faust†, Jim Hughes†
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 1 Kgs 21:1-16; Ps 5:2-3ab, 4b-7; Mt 5:38-42
Tuesday: 1 Kgs 21:17-29; Ps 51:3-6ab, 11, 16;
Wednesday: 2 Kgs 2:1, 6-14; Ps 31:20, 21, 24;
Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday: Sir 48:1-14; Ps 97:1-7; Mt 6:7-15
Friday: 2 Kgs 11:1-4, 9-18, 20;
Ps 132:11-14, 17-18; Mt 6:19-23
Saturday: 2 Chr 24:17-25; Ps 89:4-5, 29-34;
Sunday: Zec 12:10-11; 13:1; Ps 63:2-6, 8-9;
Gal 3:26-29; Lk 9:18-24
Friday, June 17, Weekday
6:45 AM: Peter Farnan†
12:10 PM: Paul Bernard Bacaling†, Joseph C. Johnson†
Saturday, June 18, Weekday
8:15 AM: Massimo Massoud†
5:00 PM: Father’s Day
Sunday, June 19, Father's Day
7:00 AM: All Fathers
9:00 AM: All Fathers
11:00 AM: Parishioners
Sunday Nursery Available
Children 1-24 Months. Let them play
while you pray during 9 am Mass.
Ground floor, Monsignor Jamail
June 5, 2016, Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Closed next Sunday, June 19, Father’s Day.
Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
The first round baskets passed are for the Offertory and
the second rectangular baskets are for the Second
Please pray for the repose of the souls of:
The next Second collection is on June 26, 2016.
Peter’s Pence Collection—The Holy Father’s Charities
May she rest in the peace of Christ.
Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
As we hear the Gospel today we realize
that sometimes we are like Simon as it’s
far easier to see what is wrong in another
than it is to see what is wrong in ourselves. But Jesus,
who accepts the poor woman without judging or
blaming her, shows us what Christian love is all
Through your almsgiving you are performing a good
work; far greater than you think. The coins placed in
the St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box bring Christ's love
and compassion to the poor.
On Thursday, May 26, Archbishop Emeritus, Joseph A.
Fiorenza, honored us by officiating at the Ground
Breaking ceremony for the new parish rectory.
Call (713)664-5350 for help, or if you are interested in
membership in The Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Please use the organization link in the Church website
to access more information on the Society.
Pictured in the photo are, from left to right, Anthony
Carona, Seminarian, Msgr. William L. Young, III,
Archbishop Emeritus Joseph A. Fiorenza, and Stephen
Candela and Charles Candela, Contractors.
The St. Jude Chapel Poor Box proceeds are used by the
Society of St. Vincent de Paul to benefit those in need.
Donations may be made at any time.
Construction is scheduled to begin in early June under
the direction of Candela Homes, contractor. The new
parish rectory will be located at 3421 Bradford.
HOW IS GOD, IN HIS INFINITE
LOVE, CALLING YOU?
Fr. Larry Richards is a pretty brash guy, so brash in fact
that a member of his congregation left a copy of “The
Art of Kindness” on his doorstep. By Fr. Larry’s account, God says “no,” to him rather frequently, so perhaps Fr. Larry is a good resource on discernment after
all. The good father urges us to pray, pray, pray – and
to make a fixed place for Jesus in our day. He encourages us to set aside a place for our Lord in our homes
with a Bible, statue or crucifix. Every time we pass this
special place, he explains, Jesus will call to us and ask
us to spend just a few moments with Him. Only after
we’ve begun to talk to God deeply in prayer, can we
begin to understand the rightness or wrongness of the
choices we make. The choices which embrace God’s
plan for us make us more loving; sadly we often make
choices which have exactly the opposite outcome.
Perhaps Fr. Larry never finished reading “The Art of
Kindness,” but after listening to this brusque priest, you
too may be convinced to climb onto Jesus’ lap and lay
your troubled heart against His in repose.
Father’s Day Cards are available through this
weekend at the entrances to the church. The names
submitted by Tuesday, June 14, will be printed in
next week’s bulletin. PLEASE print clearly.
Your Father, living or deceased, will be
remembered at all the Masses celebrated on
The stipends which you include in the return
envelop are NOT tax deductible.
Review of Lighthouse Catholic Media CD “Discerning God’s Will”
brought to you by the SVDP Vocations Committee. CD is available
in the Vestibule or contact a VC member.
Elementary Faith Formation
Sacrament of Baptism: Children, age 6 or younger
requirements: parents registered parishioners, attended
baptism class within 3 years and completed forms before
baptism can be scheduled. For info and forms contact
Paulette, [email protected]/713-663-3515. If
your child is over 7 years old and not baptized, contact
Monica Aquila, 713-663-3509 or [email protected].
Sacrament of Matrimony: Six to eight months are required
for marriage preparation. Please call the Parish Office,
713-667-9111 for an appointment with the marriage
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick: Please call the
Parish Office as soon as you or someone in your family
schedule surgery, hospitalization or suffer serious illness or
The Lord’s Day Program is a faith formation program
for children 2 years old through 5 years old. You may
choose the 9:00 AM or the 11:00 AM class, and they
meet in the Primary School Building.
The CCE Program provides faith formation for children in grades 1 through 8. We also have a class for
children with special needs. CCE meets 10:30AM 12:00Noon in the Primary, Intermediate and Middle
School Buildings and the Msgr. Jamail Family Center.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION PREPARATION: In order to be ready to start preparation for First Holy Communion, students must complete one full year of Catholic Education, beginning no sooner than First Grade. This requirement
may be satisfied by attendance at CCE, Catholic School, or
Home School (provided the curriculum consists of daily
Altar Servers: Contact Tom Green, [email protected]
Bulletin:. Deadline is 9am, Thur., 10 days before date of
bulletin, holiday bulletins at least 1 week earlier. Email to
[email protected], or drop off articles at the Parish
Announcements before or after Mass will not be allowed
unless submitted to the church office no later than Wednesday
before the weekend of the scheduled event for approval to
Laura Rivera, 713-663-3528 / [email protected].
Facilities Request: Request deadline: two weeks prior to
event. Contact Megan at [email protected] or
Nursery: Ages birth to 2 years during Sunday 9:00 AM
Mass at the Monsignor Jamail Family Center.
St. Jude League Enrollment Membership Cards are available
in the Church by the St. Jude Shrine.
Teen RCIA: Teens who desire to become Catholic and have
not been baptized or received the sacraments, call the Parish
DOES YOUR CHILD NEED TO BE BAPTIZED? If
your child is over 7 years or older and needs to be baptized,
we have an RCIA program adapted for children. In addition to the Sunday CCE classes from 10:30am to
12:00noon, we will meet once a month on a Monday night
from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. Please talk to Monica for more
information about classes.
For further informaƟon please contact Monica Aquila at
713.663.3509 or [email protected]
Summer Fun and Learning!
We are pleased to announce a continuing partnership
with Writers in the Schools! A Houston institution for
over 30 years, WITS offers summer workshops at a
number of campuses in the city.
SVdP will now be a workshop site, with a 2 week
course offering this summer from July11-22. Classes
meet daily from 9-12 for students grades 1-8. The
workshops, supervised by Mrs. Zimbaldi, will host 3
Writers-in-Residence from WITS. The cost for the 2
week session is $300 and payment must accompany
New Parishioners: To register, complete and return the
Parish Registration form available at the Greeter’s Station,
Parish Office, or online at www.svdp-houston.org.
This summer we are opening registration to SVdP
parish members and registration forms are available
through the school office. Questions regarding the
program may be sent to [email protected].
Daily Readings Resource
To read or listen to the Daily Readings or view a
video of the Daily Reflections go to
http://usccb.org. On the Calendar on
the right side of the home page, click
on the date desired and click on your
Don’t miss out on this wonderful writing opportunity
for your students!
Adult Life Ministries
Other Spiritual, Educational and Social Activities
Free and Open to Adults All are held in the MJFC
Next Trip – July 13
On this trip we shall see the special exhibit in the
Museum of Natural Science displaying items and
artifacts from the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in
Mexico City. Arrangements have been made for
everyone in the group to get a coupon to be used when
you individually pay the group price of $15 as you enter
the museum. The price not only includes the special
exhibit but also all of the regular exhibits in the museum.
After lunch at the Merida Mexican Restaurant we shall
visit Our Lady of Guadalupe Church which has a Holy
Door. Then we shall go to the place where the
Missionary Sisters of Charity work and hear from them
about their work in the Houston area. Boarding for the
bus will be at 8:00 am.
Art Class: Not available until further notice.
Centering Prayer: Tuesdays at 10:00 in 206.
Christian Meditation: Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in 206.
John Paul II Study Group: Mondays at 10:30 in 206.
John XXIII Study Group: Mondays at 10:00 in 208A.
Share the Word Bible Study: Thursdays at 10:30 in 206.
Teresians’ Study Group: Mondays at 11:00 in 208B.
SVdP Book Club: Second Wednesdays at 10:30
Opening Doors: Will not meet again until further notice.
Cards (Canasta): Thursdays at 1:30 in 206.
Mah Jongg: Every Monday & Thursday at 12:30 in 206.
Mexican Train Dominoes: Thursdays at 1:00 in 206.
English Class (ESL): Tuesdays at 9:30 in 208A.
Italian I: Wednesdays at 10:00 in 202.
Italian II: Not taught until further notice.
French I: Wednesdays at 9:30 in 208A.
French II: Not taught until further notice.
Spanish I and II: Tuesdays at 1:00 in 208A.
Spanish, Continuing: Not available until September..
Stitch ’N Time: Tuesdays at 12:30 in 208B.
Sugar Sticks: Wednesdays at 1:00 in AB.
Bridge: Tues.1:00, Wed.1;30, Fri. 1:30 in 206.
Tai Chi: Fridays at 5:00 pm in MJFC.
Bus Trips: As scheduled.
English Classes (ESL)
English as a Second Language will begin meeting
again this week on Tuesday June 14 at 9:30am in
Room 208A of the Monsignor Jamail Family Center. If
you are interested in joining the class, please notify
Elaine at 713-663-3564 or just come to the class.
John XXIII Study Group
This group meets on Mondays from 10:00 – 11:00
am in Room 208A of the MJFC to re-visit and study the
treasures of the Catholic Church as they relate to current
issues that challenge us in today’s world. Currently they
are concentrating on the Vatican II Document, Lumen
Adult Life Ministries has openings for volunteers in
Teacher for upper level Italian
Teacher for upper-level French
Teacher for beginning French
Teacher for English as second language
Anything else that you may like to initiate as an
opportunity for spiritual, educational, and/or
social growth in Adult Life Ministries.
Spiritual Direction For an appointment with a spiritual
Sandy Marcello at 713-529-8162,
Eileen Meinert at 713-363-1961, or
Elaine Caldwell at 713-663-3564.
Please come and join our amazing senior's group (50 years plus). We meet once a month on
Sundays from 2:15 pm-4:00 pm in the Monsignor Jamail Family Center for movies, religious or health related talks, bingo, and other inter-active activities. As a member, you will
enjoy your Sunday afternoon with food, drinks, door prizes and camaraderie among fellow
parishioners and friends from St. Vincent de Paul and surrounding parishes. It’s only $5.00
a year to join! You have nothing to lose and only friends and fun to gain. For more information on joining, or if you would like to volunteer to give the group a talk, please contact
Marissa Garcia at 713-201-9740 or [email protected]. All are welcome and
encouraged to join!
Loving Embrace Infertility Support Group
Meets 3rd Thursday, each month, 7:30-9pm, monthly
meeting rotation: Couples Dinner, Ladies Dinner, and
Couples Discussion. Loving Embrace is a Catholic
educational support group for couples who have endured or are presently enduring the pain and suffering of
The group provides support for coping with infertility
and explores resources, methods, and options that are
morally faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church.
For rotation information contact Shannon Lassen at
832-978-6716 or [email protected].
Volunteers Needed! The Church Linen
Ministry is in need of a few good men or
women who are able to donate 3 to 4
hours a month laundering linens used
during Mass. Instruction will be given.
Call Laura, 817-689-0239, if able to help.
Remember as St. Therese said, "And the
very least trifle is precious in His Sight."
Dear Parish Blood Donors,
Our next parish blood drive is Sunday, June 26, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Please take the time to give blood that day, it is so important.
Thank you for your support of the parish blood drives over the years. Your support is the
reason for my apology today. At recent blood drives, potential donors have had some very long waits; some donors
even left. I am sorry for this and hope that you will give the blood drive at our parish another chance to improve
I have discussed the waiting time with the Gulf Coast Blood Center and we realize that better blood drive planning
to assure adequate staffing is a key factor.
As blood donors, we can be a part of the solution. I encourage blood donors and potential donors to do the following which can allow for more effective planning:
Make an appointment to give blood whenever possible. Appointments help to improve planning. You can make
an appointment at the following link: https://www.commitforlife.org/donor/schedules/sponsor_code and use Sponsor Code 0014. If you need assistance making an appointment, feel free to call or e-mail at
[email protected] or call 713-665-0086. All donors with appointments go to the head of the line. If you
can’t be exactly on-time for your appointment, we still honor it.
Once established as a donor, check in to the drive through CFL Express. CFLexpress is a Commit for
Life benefit that allows donors to save time at the donation site by doing health history interview before the
drive. IMPORTANT: Your CFLexpress ticket is only valid for a donation on the same calendar day you
complete the interview and print the ticket.
If you haven’t made an appointment, we still want you to come and give blood. Walk-ins are always welcome. Come at a time that is less busy for the drive. Usually, that is right at the start of the drive (8:00-8:15
a.m.) or during a Mass. We tend to have longer lines after the 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Masses. If you come
before a Mass, you’ll need about an hour to complete the screening and donation before attending Mass.
Please take the time to give us feedback. Moving forward, the blood drive volunteers are going to pass out
cards soliciting your feedback on the blood drives.
Again, thank you for supporting the parish blood drive and the thousands of people who need your help every day.
If you have any questions or comments for me, please feel free to contact me.
God bless you,
Mary Ann Beachler, Parish Blood Drive Co-Chairperson
Did you notice, the new Information Station in the Gathering Space???
Join our newly organized Greeters
We are a group of parishioners committed to welcoming
everyone into our Community United in Faith.
Individuals and entire families can join this ministry.
Choose a Mass time that works for you and your family and sign
up for the Mass of your choice. We need YOU!!
Summer retreat for families...
and individuals of all ages
Unity, a Divine Adventure
Sponsored by the Focolare Movement
July 10th- July 14th- Galveston, Texas
Are you looking for a different kind of experience this
summer, something that is not simply a vacation or a
retreat? Then the Mariapolis might be just for you.
The Mariapolis will be a vacation style retreat with
interactive talks in the morning; outings and fun
activities during the day; mass and fellowship in the
evening. For more information:
http://www.register.focolare.us/[email protected] or 713 869 1571.
12 de junio de 2016
Undécimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Había algunas concepciones interesantes sobre el pecado que prevalecían en la época de las Escrituras hebreas.
Estaba la creencia de que Dios castigaba inmediatamente el pecado. Los que sufrían alguna enfermedad o desgracia eran, por lo tanto, pecadores que recibían su merecido del Todopoderoso.
La primera lectura de hoy nos muestra a otro tipo de Dios. Cuando David admite su pecado, Natán declara: "El
Señor te perdona tu pecado" (2 Samuel 12:13b). Aquí no hay un Dios vengativo sino un Dios misericordioso.
¡Qué buena nueva debe haber sido eso para David y para los que, como él, eran lo suficientemente honestos como
para admitir su pecado!
Jesús es la buena nueva de la misericordia y el perdón de Dios hecho carne. Sin Jesús, quizás la buena nueva
hubiera sido demasiado buena como para creerla, demasiado difícil de imaginar. Pero allí está en el Evangelio de
hoy, el Dios-hombre, perdonando a una pecadora y declarando que está perdonada debido a su gran amor.
¡Hay esperanza, entonces, para el resto de nosotros pecadores, si tan sólo amamos lo suficiente!
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
En 1910, cuatro años antes de iniciar el Día de las
Madres, el pueblo de Estados Unidos empezó a celebrar
ocasionalmente un día para los padres de familia. Pero,
no fue hasta 1972 que se fijó un día oficial para el papá.
Poco a poco esta fecha del segundo domingo de junio se
ha ido expandiendo al resto del mundo con algunas excepciones. En Italia por ejemplo, la fiesta del padre se
celebra el 19 de marzo, día de san José.
Durante la Revolución Industrial del siglo diecinueve,
José, esposo de María recibió su primera fiesta oficial.
La Iglesia, preocupada por el ingreso del padre a las
fábricas, propuso a este santo varón como ejemplo de lo
que los padres deben ser en la vida de sus hijos e hijas;
ejemplos de fe, ternura y trabajo. Aún en nuestro tiempo, el Rito del Bautismo de niños insiste que el padre,
junto con la madre, deben ser los mayores maestros de
sus hijos. Al igual que José, el papá debe cuidar y
proteger a su familia, enseñarle a los niños a trabajar y
ser honestos para el bien de la familia y la sociedad.
--Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Prefiero ser un mendigo y gastar mi último dólar como
un rey, que ser un rey y gastar mi dinero como si fuera
--Robert G. Ingersoll
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Undécimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Lunes: San Antonio de Padua
Martes: Día de la Bandera
Sábado: Santa María Virgen
Los bautismos en español
Las pláticas de preparación bautismal en español se ofrecen el
primer sábado de cada mes con la excepción de julio. Nos reunimos a las 9:00 a.m. en la biblioteca del Centro Parroquial
(segundo piso). Para más información, hablar con Lucie
Gardea después de la Misa de español los domingos o al correo [email protected]. Requisitos:
• La familia deber estar registrada en la parroquia.
• Ambos padres deben asistir las pláticas.
• Se requiere una copia de la partida oficial de nacimiento
• Se requiere una copia de un documento oficial de identificación
• Se requiere un/una padrino y/o madrina.
• Los padrinos deben ser católicos completamente iniciados en la Fe. Deben ser mayores de 18 años. Si son casados, deben estar casados por la Iglesia. Los padrinos
deben llevar una vida congruente con la Fe y la misión
que van a asumir.
• La cuota para las pláticas es $25 para las familias registradas en la parroquia. Si no son parroquianos, el costo
es $50. La cuota para personas tomando las clases como
padrinos es $10.
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura -- El Señor perdona a David por haber
tomado a la esposa de Urías y por haberlo matado
(2 Samuel 12:7-10, 13).
Salmo -- Perdona, Señor, nuestros pecados
(Salmo 32 ).
Segunda lectura -- Si la justificación viene por la ley,
entonces Cristo murió en vano (Gálatas 2:16, 19-21).
Evangelio -- Jesús perdonó a la mujer por su gran amor
(Lucas 7:36 -- 8:3 [7:36-50]).
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario II (c) 1976, Comisión
Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia del
Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos los
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: 1 Re 21:1-16; Sal 5:2-3ab, 4b-7; Mt 5:38-42
Martes: 1 Re 21:17-29; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 11, 16;
Miércoles: 2 Re 2:1, 6-14; Sal 31 (30):20, 21, 24;
Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Jueves: Sir 48:1-14; Sal 97 (96):1-7; Mt 6:7-15
Viernes: 2 Re 11:1-4, 9-18, 20;
Ps 132 (131):11-14, 17-18; Mt 6:19-23
Sábado: 2 Cr 24:17-25; Sal 89 (88):4-5, 29-34;
Domingo: Zac 12:10-11; 13:1; Sal 63 (62):2-6, 8-9;
Gal 3:26-29; Lc 9:18-24
El Rezo del Santísimo Rosario
Rezamos el rosario
antes de la Misa en español
todos los domingo empezando
a las 2:20 p.m.
Jóvenes de Luz St. Vincent de Paul
Somos un grupo de jóvenes adultos interesados en profundizar en nuestra fe a través
de la formación espiritual, el servicio, y
actividades sociales que nos permitan crecer en comunidad buscando imitar el ejemplo de Jesús y las virtudes de nuestra Madre María. Como jóvenes adultos, nos esforzamos en ser
luz siendo testigos de nuestra fe y así dar a conocer el
mensaje del Reino de Dios desde nuestra vida cotidiana.
Nos reunimos todos los jueves a las 7:00 PM en el segundo piso del centro parroquial. Si desean agregarse a
nuestra lista de
contactos para recibir información acerca de nuestros
eventos, pueden enviarnos un correo a
[email protected]. ¡Los esperamos!
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