June 15th - St. Catherine of Alexandria Temecula

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June 15th - St. Catherine of Alexandria Temecula
[email protected]
“Please remember our Elderly and Homebound as well”
Fathers
7:25 am
Fathers
7:25 am
Fathers
7:25 am
Fathers
7:25 am
Fathers
7:25 am
Diane Munday
5:00 pm
Eleanor Kreuter
7:00 pm
Special Intentions of Parishioners
8:00 am
Dcn. Bob Phillips
8:00 am
Rita Weber Shaffalo
10:00 am
Mohammed Rabbani
12:00 pm
Jesus Salcedo
2:00 pm
Macario Mariano
6:00 pm
Bulle n Announcement
Diocesan Pastoral Center
1201 E. Highland Avenue, San Bernardino, 92404
h p://www.cateche calsb.org/
Summer Gathering
41875 “C” Street, Temecula, CA 92592
Saturday August 16, 2014
8AM to Noon
Di Leo Hall
Tickets $10.00
1st Spiritual Speaker – Charlie Aeschliman
“The Armor of God”
Charlie a 10 year Navy Seal veteran illustrates his life achievements as a warrior for his country into a warrior for God. He will point out key character builders, which allow men to embrace there Catholic faith and her grace giving sacraments.
2nd Spiritual Speaker – Father Mike Manning
“The Ultimate Battle”
As we equip ourselves with the Armor of God, how do you battle a foe that can’t be defeated, such as a terminal illness or an unforeseen death of a
love one!
Breakfast burritos, coffee & orange juice will be served
Faith Formation
(For Middle School, High School and Young Adult)
Registrations are ongoing! Download your forms from Saint Catherine's website or pick them up from the office. Registration costs go up $20 in August, so turn yours in early!
If any High School teen would like to join us for a week-long leadership retreat June 16-20, contact Diane at
[email protected]
Open Youth Center continues each Tuesday from 6-8PM! Parents, we cannot open the Youth Center without
your help! Email Diane at [email protected] net if you can chaperone!
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THE MISSION TRIP KIDS ARE IN THE HOME STRETCH! IF YOU ARE ABLE TO DONATE TOWARD THE
TRIP WHERE OUR 38 MISSIONARIES ARE BUILDING GOD'S KINGDOM THROUGH REBUILDING
HOMES, PLEASE DROP OFF YOUR DONATION IN THE PARISH OFFICE ATTENTION DIANE AXLINE
ASAP!
Please pray for the 38 missionaries preparing to leave on their mission on June 20!
“May the soul of Deidre Coffey rest in peace.”
K-5
Faith Formation
Thank you all for your sincere efforts to teach your
child their prayers. Everyone is doing an awesome job.
Registration for the 2014/15 year will begin on April
1st For those families that are currently enrolled. On
May 1st Registration will be available for all other
families. Forms can be downloaded from our web page
April first.
I am also beginning to take names and email addresses
for Anyone interested in being a K-5 Catechist or
Adult Aide for Our 2014/15 year.
His Peace be with you,
CCM St. Catherine of Alexandria
951-695-6656
[email protected]
First Reading — The LORD, merciful and gracious, rich
in kindness and faithfulness (Exodus 34:4b-6, 8-9).
Psalm — Glory and praise for ever! (Daniel 3).
Second Reading — Brothers and sisters, rejoice. Live
with one another in peace, and the God of peace will be
with you (2 Corinthians 13:11-13).
Gospel — God did not send the Son to condemn the
world, but to give it abundant life (John 3:16-18).
— John 3:16a
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;
Mt 5:43-48
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;
Mt 6:24-34
Sunday: Dt 8:2-3, 14b-16a; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20;
1 Cor 10:16-17; Jn 6:51-58
Sunday: The Most Holy Trinity; Father’s Day
Monday: Eleventh Week in Ordinary Time
Thursday: St. Romuald
Saturday: St. Aloysius Gonzaga; Summer begins
The liturgy seems reluctant to return to Ordinary Time from the joys of Easter, and so the
fes vi es extend to today’s celebra on of the
mystery of God’s rela onship to us as Father,
Son, and Holy Spirit. The Gospel today centers
the ques on of our rela onship with God in
the struggle of Nathaniel to believe that it is
possible to experience “rebirth” in the Spirit.
The answer of Jesus is that God’s response to
the messes of this world is the mystery of saving love in Jesus Christ and the outpouring of
an empowering Spirit. Western church architecture o en tops a church building with a
spire, indica ng humanity’s reach to a
transcendent God. The Eastern Church responds with onion-shaped domes, indica ng
the Spirit’s being poured down upon humanity precisely at this locale, the gathering of the
faithful for the Divine Liturgy. This familiar
design encodes a great mystery: here, at the
Lord’s table, we experience the outpouring of
the Spirit for the life of the world. Nathaniel
came to Jesus by night, since he was s ll
working out the meaning of his life. A life
a uned to the inner life of the Trinity must
always be given to the light of day.
Primera lectura — Moisés subió al Monte Sinaí y luego
el Señor pasó delante de él (Éxodo 34:4b-6, 8-9).
Salmo — ¡Gloria y alabanza por siempre! (Daniel 3).
Segunda lectura — Trabajen para ser perfectos,
anímense, tengan un mismo sen r y vivan en paz.
(2 Corin os 13:11-13).
Evangelio — Dios mandó a su Hijo único al mundo para
salvar el mundo por él (Juan 3:16-18).
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;
Mt 5:43-48
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; Sal 132 (131):11-14,
17-18; Mt 6:19-23
Sábado: 2 Cr 24:17-25; Sal 89 (88):4-5, 29-34;
Mt 6:24-34
Domingo: Dt 8:2-3, 14b-16a; Sal 147:12-15, 19-20;
1 Cor 10:16-17; Jn 6:51-58
Domingo: La San sima Trinidad; Día de los Padres
Lunes: Undécima Semana del Tiempo Ordinario
Jueves: San Romualdo
Sábado: San Luis Gonzaga; Comienza el verano
— Juan 3:16a
Esta celebración tuvo su origen en 1910, en los
Estados Unidos de América. Aunque la prác ca
comenzó en 1910, no fue sino hasta 1972 que
se fijó un día oficial para celebrar al 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 empo, el
Rito del Bau smo de Niños insiste que el padre, junto con la madre, deben ser los mayors
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.
El Equipo de Transición se complace en anunciar el último encuentro de despedida en honor
del Padre Santos Ortega el Viernes, 20 de Junio, 2014, en Di Leo Hall, a partir de 6:30 p.m.
Padre Santos, partirá el 30 de Junio e iniciará el próximo capítulo de su ministerio sacerdotal.
Por favor, traiga su favorito aperitivo o postre para compartir.
Las tarjetas son bienvenidas, para mostrar su agradecimiento por su servicio a nuestra
comunidad parroquial.
Esperamos verle el 20 junio...
Dios los bendiga
El Equipo de Transición
The Most Holy Trinity

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