ST. BARTHOLOMEW`S CHURCH BETHESDA, MD OCTOBER 26

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ST. BARTHOLOMEW`S CHURCH BETHESDA, MD OCTOBER 26
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH
BETHESDA, MD
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF October 27,
2014
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
8.00 a.m.(E)
8.00 a.m.(TD)
8.00 a.m.(E)
8.00 a.m.(E)
8.00 a.m.(K)
8.00 a.m.(K)
5.00 p.m.(TD)
7.00 a.m.(TD)
8.30 a.m.(C)
10.00 a.m.(K)
12 Noon (K)
6.00 p.m.(D)
8.00 p.m.(E)
+deceased
Msgr. John Pennington, III +
Helen Stone Spies +
John Adkin +
Palma Sileo +
Msgr. Paul Gozaloff +
For Human Life
Lloyd Rose Leva +
Victoriano & Maria
Olorvida +
Twee Nguyen & Family (L)
Mary Taff +
For the Aramayo &
Valderrama Families
Lucy Yepez (L)
Mass for the People
(L) living
OCTOBER 26, 2014
MASSES FOR ALL SAINTS
(not a Holy Day of Obligation)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1
8.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m.*
(* All Saints supercedes Vigil Mass of Ordinary Time)
MASSES FOR ALL SOULS
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Normal Mass Schedule
7.00 a.m., 8.30 a.m., 10.00 a.m., 12 noon, 6.00 p.m. (Spanish) and
8.00 p.m.
At the 12 noon Mass on Sunday, November 2, we will offer a
special Liturgy to honor all the deceased souls of our parish
who have gone before us, and, in particular, the deceased
whose Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Bartholomew Church
from November 2013 to date. Family members who attend will
be given the wooden Cross bearing the name of their beloved
deceased, that has been in place on our Memorial Wall in the
rear of the Church since the time of his/her funeral.
SOCIAL CONCERNS
Scripture Readings for Week Of October 26, 2014
Sunday
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18; 1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
Monday
Eph 4:32–5:8; Ps 1; Lk 13:10-17
Tuesday
Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles
Eph 2:19-22; Ps 19; Lk 6:12-16
Wednesday Eph 6:1-9; Ps 145; Lk 13:22-30
Thursday
Eph 6:10-20; Ps 144; Lk 13:31-35
Friday
Phil 1:1-11; Ps 111; Lk 14:1-6
Saturday
All Saints
Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; 1 Ps 24; 1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12a
Sunday
The Commemoration of All the Faithful
Departed
Wis 3:1-9; Ps 27 or Ps 103; Rom 5:5-11 or
Rom 6:3-9; Jn 6:37-40
STEPHEN MINISTRY
Listening,
Comforting, Caring
Under direct supervision of Fr.
Mark Knestout, this is an
ongoing pastoral care ministry. St. Stephen Ministers are
members of the parish, intensely trained to care for people
who are experiencing a loss, or going through difficult times or
life transitions. Please contact: Deacon Julio Blanco-Eccleston
for assistance as a care receiver or to get involved in the
ministry. Tel: 703-821-1654; [email protected]
The Poor Box for the month of October is for Montgomery
Hospice, a non profit hospice serving residents of
Montgomery County, MD - its team of doctors, nurses, social
workers, and spiritual and bereavement counselors work with
patients and their families to provide quality end-of-life care
in homes, extended care facilities, and at Casey House, their
acute care facility.
The Second Collection next week is for the Retired Priests of
the Archdiocese of Washington. Please use the 2nd Collection
envelopes that have been mailed to your homes and/or the
special collection envelopes that will be placed in the pews.
St. Bart’s parishioners in the Cohasset Neighborhood provided
the noon meal at SOME on Monday, October 13. The menu
included lasagna, salad, bananas and cookies (many baked by
the parishioners). Special thanks to all who contributed.
(Submitted by Joan Rudel, Coordinator).
Learn, Pray, Vote: Justice for Catholic School Students.
The 103,000 students in Maryland’s Catholic and other
nonpublic schools save state taxpayers nearly $1.5 billion
annually, but only receive about $9.5 million a year in state
support. Learn more about the issues, pray for guidance, and
vote on November 4. On November 4, Maryland residents will
head to the polls for the general election. To help you learn
more about those who are seeking your vote, the Maryland
Catholic Conference surveyed the state’s candidates for
governor, the U.S. Congress, and the General Assembly about
their positions on issues of interest to Catholics. To view the
responses of the candidates in your legislative district and to
find resources on faithful citizenship, please visit adw.org/
faithfulcitizenship/district16. In addition, look to the Catholic
Standard and El Pregonero for a full listing of all survey
results.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ends next Sunday, November 2, at 2.00 a.m.. Remember to
set your clock back one hour!
THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
The flowers on the altar this weekend were
sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Donohue in
memory of Virginia Donohue in honor of her
birthday.
If you would like to sponsor flowers on the altar
in memory of loved ones, living or deceased, please print your
name, phone number, and the occasion or loved one you wish to
remember on a purple Flower Contribution envelope, which you
will find in the church vestibule. Minimum contribution for two
vases on the main altar is $75. Please drop off your envelope
in the collection basket, or call the parish office, 301-2297933, and your request will be posted in the weekly bulletin.
We can only honor one individual request per weekend, so
please bear in mind that, sometimes, the date you require may
already be taken. Also, for your information, we will not be
able to accept requests for the sponsoring of flowers on
specific liturgical dates.
St. Bartholomew CYO Basketball
St. Bartholomew CYO sponsors basketball teams in
the Montgomery County instructional league for 1st
and 2nd graders.
This is a noncompetitive instructional league for beginners
with an emphasis on the basic skills and fundamentals of
basketball, fun and good sportsmanship. The first four
sessions are focused on skills and instruction about the game.
The last four sessions will be low-key scheduled scrimmages.
Saturday times can be any time between 9am-6pm and Sunday
times can be between 12noon-6pm. The sessions start January
10 and end February 29.
If your son or daughter is interested in playing please send an
email to Tom Serena [email protected] to let us know.
If you are interested in coaching please include that in your
email.
St. Bart's Youth Group: we are a group devoted
to learning that our Faith is not about rules but about
experiencing true happiness and growing into the best-version
of ourselves by simply doing and loving the good things of
life! Youth between 5th grade and 10th grade are always
welcome!
Thought of the Week
11/2 Youth Group Fundraiser (Sponge making) "For forty
years, St. Bartholomew has sponsored the one-week summer
camp, Sacred Heart Camp, for almost fifty children from
Sacred Heart Parish in Washington, D.C. "
Next Sunday, St. Bart's youth group will be making sponges to
help raise funds for the Sacred Heart Camp.The
group will meet by St. Bart’s gym, 5:45- 7:45pm.
Dinner will be provided! All youth are welcome:)
The Faith and Fiction Book Group will meet on Sunday,
October 26, at 1:30 in the parish meeting room to discuss Men
at Arms, first book of the Sword of Honor trilogy by Evelyn
Waugh. All are welcome.
I’m looking for a St. Bart’s parishioner who has a
basement apartment, or rooms over their garage
with a kitchen facility they are looking to rent.
I’m a non-smoker, without pets, who works here
at St. Bart’s. Personal references are available upon request.
You can contact me, Cathy Mills, at [email protected] or at
240.994.7237.
SAVE THE DATE! The St. Bartholomew Rummage Sale and
Flea Market will take place on Saturday, November 8 and
we are now collecting clothes, housewares, sporting goods,
toys, bikes, games, furniture, jewelry and books. You can drop
off your items every Sunday in the Church Hall - however, if
you have large items, we respectfully ask you to drop them off
Wednesday-Friday, November 5-7. For more information,
please contact Maria Orozco and/or Amy Smith at
[email protected]
After a long day on the streets, men who are
homeless are exhausted and hungry, hot or cold
depending on the weather, most have probably
been ignored at some point during the day, and
some may have been mistreated or given into an
addiction.
Catholic Charities’ emergency shelters are clean, safe
places where people without homes can spend the night.
During the winter months approximately 1,100 men a night stay
at our 3 shelters.
You are invited to spend one evening a week from
November through April at one of Catholic Charities' 3 low
barrier shelters assisting our professional staff from 6:308:30. Volunteers distribute linens and toiletries, serve dinner,
distribute mail, and most importantly, offer a friendly
respite.
For details about our 3 men’s emergency shelters in
DC, go to http://www.catholiccharitiesdc.org/page.aspx?
pid=368. For more details about becoming a Shelter
Hospitality Volunteer: www.catholiccharitiesdc.org/Become-aVolunteer or email [email protected]
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Are you considering an all-girls Catholic high school for your
6th, 7th or 8th grade daughter? The Academy of the Holy
Cross invites you to attend our Open House on Sunday,
November 2nd from 10 am – 1 pm. In addition to school tours
and opportunities to meet our faculty and administration, you
will receive information about our IB and AP programs, as well
as our conference-winning athletics and renowned performing
and fine art programs. Experience the difference!
The Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women presents Dr.
Susan Timoney, Assistant Secretary for Pastoral Ministry and
Social Concerns speaking on the Women Doctors of the
Church. Dr. Timoney will show how these four great women
who lived from the 12th through the 19th centuries can
influence our 21st century lives. Come, learn about the newest
Doctor, Hildegard von Bingham a 12th century Benedictine and
her sisters Theresa of Avila, Catherine of Siena and Thérèse
of Lisieux. Date is Saturday, November 8, at Church of the
Annunciation Massachusetts Ave. NW, 9:00 AM Parish Mass;
Continental Breakfast and program following. Pease contact:
Sharon A. O’Brien at [email protected], 301-651-8190.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH
BETHESDA, MD
30 DOMINGO ORDINARIO
26 DE OCTUBRE DE 2014
El amor a Dios y al prójimo en el mismo nivel y con la
misma importancia es la nueva directiva de Jesús,
reemplazando al primitivo mandamiento principal que
era el del amor a Dios.
Amar a Dios con todo el corazón tiene un sentido
estimativo o apreciativo. Dios es el valor absoluto.
Tenemos que amar desde Él y ordenándolo todo hacia Él.
Amar a Dios con toda el alma porque es la Verdad que
perfecciona la inteligencia y el Amor que perfecciona la
voluntad. Amar a Dios con todo nuestro ser, o sea, con
nuestras palabras y obras.
Amar al prójimo como a nosotros mismos, o sea, si
buscamos nuestro bien espiritual y material, no podemos
sentirnos ajenos a las necesidades espirituales y
materiales de nuestros hermanos: la salvación de sus
almas, la formación religiosa, los bienes de la educación,
la vivienda digna, el salario justo, la alimentación y el
vestido.
PAGINA WEB DE SAN BARTOLOME
http://www.stbartholomew.org – Ver Comunidad Hispana
MISA DIARIA Y EXPOSICIÓN DEL SANTISIMO
Lunessábado
Exposición del Santísimo a las 7:30 y Misa 8:00 a.m.
La adoración es entrar con la profundidad de nuestro
corazón en comunión con el Señor que se hace presente
corporalmente en la Eucaristía. Vengamos a adorarle.
CONFESIONES
Domingos: 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. en español
El Señor los espera siempre, en especial todos los
domingos.
REZO DEL SANTO ROSARIO
Domingos a las 5:30PM, antes de la Misa de las 6:00PM.
EL SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO
Para mayor información, favor llamar al Diácono Julio al
teléfono 703-821-1654. [email protected]
PREPARACION PARA EL MATRIMONIO
El programa de preparación para este Sacramento
comienza con seis meses de anticipación a la fecha de la
boda. El Diácono Julio ofrece preparación matrimonial en
español y en inglés.
Información: [email protected] Tel: 703-821-1654
INFORMACION PARA EL BOLETIN
La fecha límite es el día domingo anterior a la publicación
del mismo.
Contactar a
Rafael Espinosa.
[email protected]
OCTOBER 26, 2014
NOVIEMBRE 8 y 9 FLEA MARKET Y BAZAAR
Estamos recibiendo donaciones de artículos nuevos o
usados en buen estado para el Flea Market que se
realizara el sábado 8 de noviembre. Pueden dejar los
artículos en el hall de la Iglesia los domingos. Si se trata
de objetos grandes por favor traerlos entre el miércoles 5
y el viernes 7. Agradecemos de antemano su colaboración
ya sea participando en la organización y coordinación de
las mesas y ayudando a promocionar el evento.
El domingo 9 en habrá la feria del libro y el Bazaar. Para
más información contactar a María Lelia Orozco.
[email protected]
NOVENA A LA VIRGEN DE LA MEDALLA MILAGROSA
Un camino hacia Dios de la mano de María. Los segundos
martes de cada mes a las 7:30PM en la Iglesia de San
Bartolomé. Los días: 11 de Noviembre y 9 de Diciembre.
Rezada en español, con exposición del Santísimo
Sacramento. Información con María Lelia Orozco: 301-469
-0103. Los esperamos a todos para continuar con esta
tradición de San Bartolomé.
PRIMERA COMUNION
Los padres de familia que desean que sus hijos reciban el
Sacramento de la Primera Comunión , deben proceder a
inscribir sus hijos a la brevedad posible. Las clases ya
comenzaron! Contactar a Xaviera De La Fuente antes
de la misa dominical.
GRUPO DE JUVENTUD DE SAN BARTOLOME
El domingo 2 de noviembre, el grupo de Juventud de San
Bartolomé
estará haciendo esponjas para ayudar a
recaudar fondos para el Sacred Heart Camp. Nos
reuniremos en el gimnasio de San Bartolomé de 5:45 PM a
7:45 PM. La cena está incluída. Favor Contactar a María
Kaufmann. [email protected]
MINISTERIO DE SAN ESTEBAN
Bajo supervisión directa de Padre Mark Knestout, éste
es un ministerio de cuidado pastoral de carácter
continuo: Los ministros de San Esteban son miembros de
la parroquia, intensamente entrenados para el cuidado de
personas que están pasando por el proceso de una
pérdida, viviendo momentos difíciles o experimentando
asuntos del pasado sin resolver… Contamos con siete
ministros que hablan español. Para información, llamen al
Diácono Julio Blanco-Eccleston, tanto para recibir apoyo
como para involucrarse en el ministerio. Tel: 703-8211654; [email protected]
LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA DE LOS NIÑOS
Para niños en Escuela Elemental, 5-10 años
Valeria Conde, Coordinadora de la Liturgia
Está diseñada para que los niños experimenten la Palabra
de Dios durante la Eucaristía en la misa dominical, de
modo que puedan entender las enseñanzas de Jesús, con
una pedagogía acorde a sus edades.
MONAGUILLOS
Necesitamos Niños y jóvenes que deseen ser monaguillos.
Para detalles de preparación e informes comunicarse con
Vivian Leighton Cid o con Jesús Manuel Berard.
[email protected] [email protected]
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN RIOS DE AGUA VIVA
El grupo de oración “Ríos de Agua Viva” le invita a
compartir un momento con el Señor, los lunes de 10:00
a.m. a 12:30 pm. en la oficina hispana, al lado de la
Sacristía. En la primera media hora se rezará el Rosario.
Dirigido por Sonia Ruiz, informes: [email protected]
THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
St. Bartholomew Parish Office
6902 River Road, Bethesda, Md. 20817
Tel: 301-229-7933 ♦ Fax: 301-229-7998
♦ www.stbartholomew.org ♦
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
[email protected]
Baptisms—3rd Sunday of the month, appointment only. Parents are obliged to take a
brief class related to the Sacrament prior to the Baptism. Class is held 1st Wednesday
of the month. Registration is required. Call the Parish Office for more information.
Weddings—Please contact one of the priests at least 6 months prior to anticipated
wedding date. Pre-Cana and instruction are required.
Sacrament of Reconciliation—Saturday, following 8.00 a.m. Mass, and 3:30-4:30
p.m.; Sunday, 5:15-5:45 p.m. (Español), or by appointment.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) - The process of becoming a Catholic
Christian. Call the Parish Office for information.
Adult Choir—Weekly rehearsals on Wednesday, 8:00-10:00 p.m. Choir sings every
Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Mass.
Pastoral Care of the Sick and Homebound—Please notify the Rectory Office if you
know of any parishioner who is sick or homebound and who would like to receive
Holy Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Sick so that we can arrange to take him/her the
Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Sick.
Note to New Parishioners—We extend to you a warm welcome from our Parish
Community and encourage you to become active, involved members of the parish.
Please obtain a registration form from the parish office, or from the Church vestibule.
Please Note: Bulletin notices must be received no later than 12 Noon on the
Monday prior to the desired weekend of publishing.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW ORGANIZATIONS/MINISTRIES
Pastoral Council
Finance Committee
Altar Servers
Bartholomew House
Busy Men at Work Group
CYO
Children’s Liturgy
Choir
Church Guild
Eucharistic Ministers
Gabriel Network
Home and School Assn.
Hospitality & New In the Pew
Ignatian Volunteer Corps
Knights of Columbus
Lectors/Liturgy Committee
Hispanic Liturgy
Organist
Prayer Chain
Respect for Life
Sacred Heart Camp
School Advisory Board
Sick and Homebound
Social Concerns
Sodality
Stephen Ministry
Ushers
Wedding Coordinator
Youth Minister
Judy Arcidiacono (Chair) ................... 301-461-1893
Hernan Oyarzabal (Hisp. Rep.) .......... 202-714-7622
Valeria Conde (Hisp. Rep.) ................ 301-340-8227
Paul Johnson (Acting Chair)) ............. 301-320-4632
Roberto Garcia-Lopez (Hisp. Rep.).... 301-469-8482
Richard Elliott .................................... 202-686-0263
Vivian Cid-Leighton (Hisp.Coord.).... 301-318-1458
Joe Hanle, Dir .................................... 301-320-6151
Rectory .............................................. 301-229-7933
Tom Serena ........................................ 301-320-0578
Diana Carter ....................................... 301-229-5117
Valeria Conde (Hisp.Coord.) ............. 301-340-8227
Carole Wysocki (Director) ................. 301-717-8850
Maria El-Khouri ................................. 301-897-9005
Ann Kennedy ..................................... 301-229-7614
Selma deLeon .................................... 301-229-6591
Jennifer Bautista ................................ 301-793-1899
Bonnie Perkins ................................... 301-299-8091
Nancy Brouillard McKenzie .............. 301-229-1071
John Vivian ........................................ 301-461-3597
AnneMarie Economopoulos............... 301-365-1233
Hernan Oyarzabal .............................. 202-714-7622
Dave Davies ....................................... 301-229-7396
Susan Schill ....................................... 301-469-4973
Katie Soto .......................................... 301-767-1705
TBD
Contact Rectory ................................. 301-229-7933
Tom Carty .......................................... 301-587-8860
Sally Aitken ....................................... 301-365-4719
Deacon Julio Blanco-Eccleston .......... 703-821-1654
Theresa Kowal ................................... 301-320-8876
Mary Ann Chalfant ............................ 301-299-3739
Maria Kaufmann ................................ 240-468-9896

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