St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church


St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary time
Sunday, February 15 , 2015
He said to them, “See that you tell no one
anything, but go, show yourself to the priest
and offer for your cleansing what Moses
prescribed; that will be proof for them.”
- Mark 1:44
PRIESTS: Rev. Salvador Guzmán
Rev. Eugene Azorji
DEACONS: George Polcer, John Rapier,
Federico Márquez, Sid Little
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Office is closed on Saturday & Sunday Parish Office: 972-542-4667
Fax: 972-542-4641
Faith Formation Office: 972-542-4685
Mailing Address: 411 Paula Road
McKinney, Texas 75069
Email: [email protected]
Ministries Email:
[email protected]
Holy Family (Quasi-Parish)
919 Spence Road  P.O. Box 482
Van Alstyne, Texas 75495  903.482.6322
Sexto domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
domingo, 15 de febrero 2015
Al despedirlo, Jesús le mando con severidad:
“No se lo cuentes a nadie; pero para que
conste, ve a presentarte al sacerdote y ofrece
por tu purificación lo prescrito por Moisés”
- Marcos 1:44
Mass Times: Sunday 9:00am English
12 noon Spanish
Thursday 9:00am English
Weekend Mass Schedule:
Saturday: Vigil Mass 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am & 11:30am
Spanish: 9:30am & 1:30pm
“I want to say one word to you and this
word is joy. Wherever consecrated
people are, there is always joy!”
6:00pm - 7:00pm
3:0pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 7:00pm
1st Friday of the month
8:30am - 12noon Daily Mass
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:00 am
Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30 pm
I turn to you, Lord, in time of trouble and you fill me with the joy of salvation.
- Psalm 32
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Attendance: 3,230
1st Collection: $16,735.00 2nd Collection: $4,499.00
Our 2nd collection is designated for the building fund,
please be generous in your giving.
Stewardship Thought:
In today’s second reading, St. Paul urges the Corinthians to
“do all for the glory of God.” If we follow that advice in
everything we do, we cannot help but be good stewards!
See 1 Corinthians 10:31 (Our Sunday Visitor, ibid., page 19).
Please join us for an in-depth
study on the Book of Jonah
Presenter: Rev. John Robert Skeldon
Location: St. Rose
Time: 7pm
Every Monday during the month of February
Ash Wednesday, February 18th
Mass: 8:00 am
Mass: 12noon
Mass: 4:00 pm
Mass: 6:00pm
Mass: 8:00 pm (Spanish)
Remember that you are dust and
to dust you will return.
- Genesis 3:19
A good part of our lives are taken up with daydreams, though few of us admit that and even fewer of us
would own-up to the contents of those fantasies. We’re ashamed to admit how much we escape into fantasy
and we’re even more ashamed to reveal the content of those fantasies. But, whether we admit it or not,
we’re all pathological daydreamers; except this isn’t necessarily a pathology. Our hearts and minds,
chronically frustrated by the limits of our lives, naturally seek solace in daydreaming. It’s an almost
irresistible temptation. Indeed the more sensitive you are, perhaps the stronger will be the propensity to
escape into daydreams. Sensitivity triggers restlessness and restlessness doesn’t easily find quiet inside
ordinary life. Hence, the escape into daydreams.
And what about the contents of those daydreams?
We tend to have two kinds of daydreams: The first kind are triggered more by the immediate hurts and
temptations within our lives; for example, a lingering hurt or anger has you fantasizing about revenge and
you play out various scenes of retaliation over and over again in your mind. Or an emotional or sexual
obsession has you fantasying about various kinds of consummation.
The other kind of daydream we escape into is not so much triggered by the hurts and obsessions of the
present moment but takes its root in something deeper, something classically expressed by St. Augustine in
the opening lines of his Confessions (a hermeneutical key for his life and our own): You have made us for
yourself Lord and our hearts are restless until they rest in you. Simply put, we are over-charged for our lives,
given infinite spirits and infinite appetites and put into this world wherein everything is finite. That’s a
formula for chronic dissatisfaction. What’s our escape? Daydreams.
However these second kind of daydreams are somewhat different from the first. They aren’t so much
focused on the immediate angers and temptations in our lives but rather are the habitual imaginary lives that
we have interiorly fashioned for ourselves, fantasy lives that we play over and over again in our minds the
way we might play and replay a favorite movie. But there’s something interesting and important to note
here. In these daydreams we are never petty or small, rather we are always noble and grand, the hero or
the heroine, generous, big-hearted, immune from faults, drawing perfect respect, and making perfect love.
In these daydreams we, in fact, intuit the vision of Isaiah where he foresees a perfect world, the lamb the
lion lying down together, the sick being healed, the hungry being fed, all restlessness being brought to calm,
and God, himself, drying away every tear. Isaiah too fantasied about perfect consummation. His fantasy was
a prophecy. In our earthy fantasies we might not prophesize but we do intuit the Kingdom of God.
With that being said, we still need to ask ourselves: How good or bad is it to escape into daydreams?
At one level, daydreams are not just harmless but can be a positive form of relaxation and a way to
steady us inside the frustrations of our lives. Sitting back in an easy chair and sinking into a daydream can be
little different than sitting back and turning on your favorite piece of music. It can be an escape that takes
the edge off of the frustrations within your life.
But there’s a potential downside to this: Since in our daydreams we are always the hero or the heroine
and the center of attention and admiration, our daydreams can easily stoke our natural narcissism. Since we
are the center of everything in our daydreams we can easily become over-frustrated with a world within
which we are not much the center of anything. And there’s more: Etty Hillesum, reflecting on her own
experience, suggests another negative consequence from habitually escaping into daydreams. She affirms
that because we make ourselves the center of the universe inside our daydreams we often end up not being
able to give anything or anybody the
simple gaze of admiration. Rather, in her strong words, in our daydreams we take in what we should be
admiring and, instead, masturbate with it. For this reason, among others, daydreams help block us from
mindfulness, from being in the present moment. When we are all wrapped-up in fantasy it’s hard to see
what’s in front of us.
So where should we go with all of this? Given both the good and bad within our daydreams and given
our near-incurable propensity to escape into fantasy, we need to be patient with ourselves. Henri
Nouwen suggests that the struggle to turn our fantasies into prayer is one of the great congenital struggles
within our spiritual lives. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin shares in his journals that when he was young he
struggled a lot with fantasy but, as he grew older, he was able more and more to stand in the present
moment without the need to escape into daydreams. That’s the task we need to set before ourselves.
- Taken from
God's Mercy Renews
Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast love; according to your abundant mercy blot out my
transgressions. - Psalm 51:1
Our temptation in Lent is to be so impressed by our sins and failings and so overwhelmed by our lack of generosity
that we get stuck in a paralyzing guilt, a guilt that leads to introspection instead of directing our eyes to God.
It is guilt that becomes an idol and form of pride.
But Lent is precisely the time to break down this idol and to direct our attention to our loving Lord.
The question is: “Are we like Judas, who was so overcome by his sin that he could not believe in God's
mercy any longer and hanged himself? Or are we like Peter, who returned to his Lord with repentance and
cried bitterly for his sins?”
“You are dust, and to dust you will return.” This ancient formula will be heard by millions of Christians all over
the world this Ash Wednesday as the sign of the cross is made in ashes on their forehead. This symbolic act is both
a solemn reminder and an invitation to renewal. Lord God, this Lent help me to do my best to keep my mind fixed
on you and your Kingdom.
From Renewed for Life by Henri J.M. Nouwen
© 2011 Creative Communications for the Parish
What Can I Do Before Lent Begins?
If I have a spouse, or children, or some close friends, or distant e-mail companions, I can begin now
to talk about how we will support each other in this Lenten journey. The anticipation and the preparation is
transformed with the companionship of family and close friends. We shouldn't be deterred by the fear that
our spouse or children or friends "won't be into it." Jesus said, "Fear is useless; what's needed is
trust." Let's begin now to tell others about our desires. Let's help support others' expectations. Let's help
others see that Lent doesn't have to be something I avoid, and certainly can't be reduced to "giving up
candy." We can help our loved ones to begin to imagine what they could receive from God in these days.
Ash Wednesday is a great place to start with our planning. "What are we going to eat?"
We shouldn't be embarrassed if we really haven't fasted in a long time, or perhaps ever before. We can plan
to intentionally have only one full meal on Ash Wednesday. We can make that meal very
meaningful and symbolic.
A prayer for Ash Wednesday
Getting ready, means getting my house
Blessed are you, O Lord our God, the all-holy one,
ready, too. And, it can mean lots of choices.
who gives us life and all things. As we go about our
In the days before Lent, we can read some of the
lives, the press of our duties and activities often
resources that give concrete ideas of ways to get ready
us to forget your presence and your love. We
to begin.
fall into sin and fail to live out the responsibilities
The symbols in our home, and the concrete
that you have entrusted to those who were
choices we make can shape the way we will begin
baptized into your Son.
Lent, as individuals and as a family. And, it doesn't
In this holy season, help us to turn our minds and
take much time.
hearts back to you. Lead us into sincere
It doesn't take a lot of time to prepare for the
repentance and renew our lives with your grace.
beginning of Lent. It just takes desire and focus. God
Help us to remember that we are sinners, but even
can do so much with that. We can give God more of a
more, help us to remember your loving mercy.
space to touch our hearts if we begin to establish some
As we live through this Ash Wednesday, may the
simple patterns. We could wake up each morning, and
crosses of ashes that mark our foreheads be a
for something like a half a minute to a minute, stand by
reminder to us and to those we meet that we
belong to your Son. May our worship and prayer
the edge of our beds, and just ask the Lord for the
and penitence this day be sustained throughout
grace to let this day be one in which I long for the
these 40 days of Lent. Bring us refreshed and
beginning of Lent.
renewed to the celebration of Christ’s resurrection
Perhaps we need to ask for specific helps or
at Easter.
graces to get ready to begin Lent. Whatever we try to
your Son, Jesus Christ, who
say, our Lord can understand the Spirit trying to speak
you and the Holy Spirit for
through our simple words. And all it takes is the time to
ever. Amen.
find and put on our slippers. And each night, in the
days ahead, we can practice giving thanks to God before I go to bed. This simple pattern, in the morning and
evening can stir our spirits to look forward to and prepare for Lent, as a season of grace.
May our Lord bless us all on this journey ahead.
- Taken from
Please join us after the
Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross
Friday, February 20th, 27th,
and March 6th
St. Michael’s Hall
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday’s during LENT
In the Church
- Sponsored by
Please come join us in prayer.
Mass Intentions for the Week
Saturday, February 14th
 Burblis Family 
8:00 am
9:30 am
1:30 pm
Eugene “Moose” Barszcz
Jackeline Granados
Guadalupe Quintana
 Zelia Alvarez
 Carlos Mata 
Alex Preciado, Sr.
Sunday, February 15th
Monday, February 16th
Tuesday, February 17h
Wednesday, February 18th
Ruby Ewald
Friends of the Suffering
Souls especially deceased
members of FOSS
4:00pm   Larry Gibson
 William Flesher
 Julio Cesar Arellano
Thursday, February 19th
 Feliciano Cano 
Friday, February 20th
Emma Preciado
Mass Readings for February 15th - February 22nd
15th of February - 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Lev. 13:1-2, 44-46;Psalm 32;1 Cor. 10:31-11:1; Mark 1:40-45
Monday, 16th of February
Genesis 4:1-15, 25; Psalm 50; Mark 8:11-13
Tuesday, 17th of February
Genesis 6:5-8; 7:1-5, 10; Psalm 29; Mark 8:14-21
Wednesday, 18th of February - Ash Wednesday
Joel 2:12-18; Psalm 51;2 Cor. 5-20-6:2;Matt. 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday, 19th of February
Deut. 30:15-20; Psalm 40; Luke 9:22-25
Friday, 20th of February
Isaiah 58:1-9; Psalm 51; Matthew 9:14-15
Saturday, 21st of February
Isaiah 58:9-14; Psalm 86; Luke 5:27-32
22nd of February– First Sunday of Lent
Genesis 9:8-15; Psalm 25; 1 Peter 3:18-22; Mark 1:12-15
Baby Bank Campaign
February 21st - April 5th
Next week the Pro-Life Group Auxiliary will
launch our annual Baby Bank Campaign to save
babies, help mothers, and promote the culture of
life through education. This is an easy and fun
way to show your support for life. Half of the proceeds go to
the Dallas Pro-Life Committee to fund their 9 different pro-life
ministries. The other half goes to our Auxiliary. Members of
our Group will be handing out banks after all Masses. Don’t go
home without one bank, or two, or three!
“ A Person’s a Person, No Matter How Small .“
– Dr. Seuss
We pray for those in need of healing
May the Holy Spirit Light Their Way
Tony Nicosia, Patricia Pucke , Elpidia Molinar, Mary Hines,
Raymundo Galaviz, Raquel Ibarra Lopez,
Francisco Vasquez, Yamileth Aviles,
Juan Mar nez, Humberto Villaseñor,
Milagros de al Torre, John Biancamano,
George Nixon, Petra Herrera Garza,
Audrey Kinney, Mary Glenn,
Raul Lopez Bernal, Pat Guidry,
Pam Godie, Cheryl Ducatelli Grech,
Marge Rodkey, Connie Aubrey,
Berth Godoy-Montecillo, Johnny Lovato,
Ana Rodriguez, Sandy Ca n, Alan Mesta,
Gre a Mesta, Miguel Gil, Evelyn Ma as,
Maurice Brinkman, Walt Simmons, Stephen Kali a,
Lorenzo Vasquez, Margarita Rodriguez, Carmen Valdivia,
Cathy Mislinski , Margaret Burns Fincher, Rachel Willis,
John E. Deibel, Sr., Odalis Meza, Caiden Meza, Lupe Gomez,
Apolina Pacheo, Ronald Primeau, Carolyn Ojeda,
Katherina Mercado, Florinda Teresita Sanchez,
Juan Gomez, Al Fre oloso, Marcie Roberts, Virginia Macias,
Moises Trejo, James Pazora, Walker Phillips,
Patricia Liseth Bueno, Martha Gonzalez, Celia Pearson,
Maria Por llo, Kenadi Pearson, Le cia Glavan, Kris na Ruiz,
Claudia Carreño, Maricela Granados, Carmen Galvan,
Melissa Rubio Zuniga, Terry Good, Bertha Garay,
Juan Arellano
To add someone to the prayer list for healing,
please kindly call the parish office.
St Vincent de Paul Food Pantry:
Holy Family Hall
Tues., Wed. & Thurs.
Open: 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Food Distribution is held on the
Second Saturday of the month from
8:30 am to 10:30 am.
SUPPORT your Society of St. Vincent de Paul by
Depositing for a CAUSE! Drop your clothing
donations in the donation bin located in the
northeast parking lot.
Helpline: 214-314-5698 or 972.542.4667 x 9
Email: [email protected]
Roy & Helen Hall Memorial
The AARP will provide tax
assistance from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
in the Dulaney Room beginning
Friday, February 6th.
This service will be available every
Friday & Saturday thru Saturday, April 11th.
Upcoming 2015 Retreats
The Church Fathers
By Pope Benedict XVI
Sunday: 9:00am - 10:00am
Classroom # 3
Our first session will begin on
Sunday, February 8th.
Attention All Young Adults
Come join the 2015 Mardi Gras party
co-sponsored by several area parish
young adult groups.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 7 p.m.
All Saints Catholic Church Fellowship Hall
5231 Meadowcreek Dr, Dallas, 75248
There will be cajun food, drinks, dancing,
and karaoke. Contact Brittany Curl at
713-569-5058 or
e-mail [email protected]
Michael James Mette
In Concert
Wednesday, March 11th
In the Main Church
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Bring your family!
Michael’s music is a
modern reflection of his
faith blending alternative
rock with faith based lyrics.
This concert will include lights, video,
and testimonies by Michael and his wife, Michelle.
There is no cost for the concert; a free will
donation will be collected. This will be an event
that you will not want to miss.
We hope to see you there.
Gabriel’s Little Angels Preschool
The perfect start for your little angel!
Instructor: Jimmy Perkins
Come journey with us as we study
The Early Church Fathers in 2015.
Did you know that we are now
enrolling for the 2015 – 2016 school
year! We offer programs for
students 3 years old to Transitional
Kindergarten. We use an engaging academic
curriculum in addition to teaching about our
Catholic faith. For more information please
contact Debbie Santowski at 469-408-1936 or
email us at [email protected] Visit
us on the parish website at as
well. We look forward to hearing from you!
El Vía Crucis
Cada Viernes
durante la
Acompáñenos cada viernes durante la
cuaresma antes del vía crucis .
En el salón de San Miguel
6:00 - 8:00pm
viernes, 20, 27 de febrero y el
6 de marzo
- Patrocinado por los
7:30pm (En la Iglesia)
Están invitados a rezar las estaciones en comunidad.
Clase de Biblia:
El Evangelio de
San Marcos
martes, 17 de febrero
11:00 am a 12:30pm
Las lecturas y temas se han
escogido con la finalidad de
que nos lleven al corazón del mensaje de Marcos.
Para más información favor de llamar a la oficina de
la parroquia al 972-542-4667 ext. 110 con la
Hermana Yolanda.
Cómo Enfrentar el Dolor
del fallecimiento de un ser querido,
divorcio, separación matrimonial y
otras pérdidas emocionales, de las cuales nunca es
tarde para recuperarse emocionalmente.
Día: martes
Horario: 11:00 am - 12:30pm
En el Salón N. Drake
Día: sábado
Horario: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
En el Salón N. Drake
Bancos Pro-Vida
21 de febrero al 5 de abril
La siguiente semana el Grupo Auxiliar
Pro-Vida lanzará nuestra Campaña de los
Bancos Pro-Vida para salvar bebés,
ayudar a las madres, y promover la
cultura de la vida a través de la educación. Esta es una
manera fácil y divertida para que usted muestre su apoyo
por la vida. La mitad de lo que se recaude va al Comité
Pro-Vida de Dallas para financiar sus 9 diferentes
ministerios pro-vida. La otra mitad va a nuestros
Auxiliares. Algunos miembros de nuestro grupo van a
estar distribuyendo bancos después de las Misas. No se
vaya a casa sin un banco, o dos, o tres!
"¡Despierten al mundo! ¡Sean testigos de una
forma diferente de hacer las cosas, de actuar,
y vivir! Sí es posible vivir de otra
manera en este mundo ."
‐ Papa Francisco
Para mas información favor de comunicarse con la
Hermana Yolanda en la oficina parroquial
972-542-4667 ext. 110
Están invitados a las
reuniones todos los
Donde: Capilla
Horario: 7 a 9:00 pm
Este grupo es para
jóvenes solteros, hombres solteros y mujeres solteras
de 18 años a 35 años de edad que desean conocer el
gran amor que Cristo les tiene preparado por medio
de la amistad de otros Jóvenes. ¡Los esperamos!
Jesús ha recorrido nuestro camino, y nos ha
mostrado el «camino nuevo y vivo» (cf. Hb 10,20)
que es Él mismo. Y para nosotros, los consagrados,
este es el único camino que, de modo concreto y sin
alternativas, tenemos que recorrer con alegría y
perseverancia. También para nosotros, los
consagrados, ha abierto un camino.
¿Qué camino es ése?
- Tomado de Basílica Vaticana Domingo 2 de febrero de 2015
Tu eres mi refugio; me rodeas de cantos de liberación. - Salmo 32
¿Qué significa "entrar en la Cuaresma"?
La cruz, por más pesada que sea, no es una desgracia que hay que evitar lo más
posible, sino una oportunidad para seguir a Jesús.
Pero, ¿qué significa entrar en la Cuaresma?
▪ Significa comenzar un tiempo de particular compromiso en el combate espiritual que nos
opone al mal presente en el mundo, en cada uno de nosotros y a nuestro alrededor.
▪ Quiere decir mirar al mal cara a cara y disponerse a luchar contra sus efectos, sobre todo
contra sus causas, hasta la causa última, que es Satanás.
▪ Significa no descargar el problema del mal sobre los demás, sobre la sociedad, o sobre Dios, sino que hay que
reconocer las propias responsabilidades y asumirlas conscientemente. En este sentido, resuena entre los cristianos con
particular urgencia la invitación de Jesús a cargar cada uno con su propia cruz y a seguirle con humildad y confianza
(Cf. Mateo 16, 24).
La cruz, por más pesada que sea, no es sinónimo de desventura, de una desgracia que hay que evitar lo más
posible, sino una oportunidad para seguir a Jesús y de este modo alcanzar la fuerza en la lucha contra el pecado y el
▪ Entrar en la Cuaresma significa, por tanto, renovar la decisión personal y comunitaria de afrontar el mal junto a Cristo.
La Cruz es el único camino que lleva a la victoria del amor sobre el odio, de la generosidad sobre el egoísmo, de la paz
sobre la violencia.
Desde esta perspectiva, la Cuaresma es verdaderamente una ocasión de intenso compromiso ascético y espiritual
fundamentado sobre la gracia de Cristo.
Autor: SS Benedicto XVI | Fuente:
¿Qué es la Cuaresma?
La Cuaresma es el tiempo litúrgico de conversión, que marca la
Iglesia para prepararnos a la gran fiesta de la Pascua. Es tiempo
para arrepentirnos de nuestros pecados y de cambiar algo de nosotros
para ser mejores y poder vivir más cerca de Cristo.
La Cuaresma dura 40 días; comienza el Miércoles de Ceniza y termina
antes de la Misa de la Cena del Señor del Jueves Santo. A lo largo de este
tiempo, sobre todo en la liturgia del domingo, hacemos un esfuerzo por
recuperar el ritmo y estilo de verdaderos creyentes que debemos vivir
como hijos de Dios.
El color litúrgico de este tiempo es el morado que significa luto y
penitencia. Es un tiempo de reflexión, de penitencia, de conversión
espiritual; tiempo de preparación al misterio pascual.
En la Cuaresma, Cristo nos invita a cambiar de vida. La Iglesia nos invita a vivir la Cuaresma como un camino
hacia Jesucristo, escuchando la Palabra de Dios, orando, compartiendo con el prójimo y haciendo obras buenas.
Nos invita a vivir una serie de actitudes cristianas que nos ayudan a parecernos más a Jesucristo, ya que por
acción de nuestro pecado, nos alejamos más de Dios.
Por ello, la Cuaresma es el tiempo del perdón y de la reconciliación fraterna. Cada día, durante toda la
vida, hemos de arrojar de nuestros corazones el odio, el rencor, la envidia, los celos que se oponen a nuestro
amor a Dios y a los hermanos. En Cuaresma, aprendemos a conocer y apreciar la Cruz de Jesús. Con esto
aprendemos también a tomar nuestra cruz con alegría para alcanzar la gloria de la resurrección.
40 días
La duración de la Cuaresma está basada en el símbolo del número cuarenta en la Biblia. En ésta, se habla de
los cuarenta días del diluvio, de los cuarenta años de la marcha del pueblo judío por el desierto, de los cuarenta
días de Moisés y de Elías en la montaña, de los cuarenta días que pasó Jesús en el desierto antes de comenzar
su vida pública, de los 400 años que duró la estancia de los judíos en Egipto. En la Biblia, el número cuatro
simboliza el universo material, seguido de ceros significa el tiempo de nuestra vida en la tierra, seguido de
pruebas y dificultades.
La práctica de la Cuaresma data desde el siglo IV, cuando se da la tendencia a constituirla en tiempo de
penitencia y de renovación para toda la Iglesia, con la práctica del ayuno y de la abstinencia. Conservada con
bastante vigor, al menos en un principio, en las iglesias de oriente, la práctica penitencial de la Cuaresma ha sido
cada vez más aligerada en occidente, pero debe observarse un espíritu penitencial y de conversión.
- Tomado de
Sexto domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Sagrada Lectura 15 de febrero al 22 de febrero
15 de febrero - 6° domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Lev. 13:1-2,44-46;Salmo 32;1 Cor.10:31-11:1; Marcos 1:40-45
lunes, 16 de febrero
Génesis 4:1-15, 25; Salmo 49; Marcos 8:11-13
martes, 17 de febrero
Génesis 6:5-8, 7:1-5,10; Salmo 29; Marcos 8:14-21
miércoles, 18 de febrero - miércoles de ceniza
Joel 2:12-18;Salmo 50; 2 Cor. 5:20-6:2;Mateo 6:1-6, 16-18
jueves, 19 de febrero
Deut. 30:15-20; Salmo 40; Lucas 9:22-25
viernes, 20 de febrero
Isaías 58:1-9; Salmo 51; Mateo 9:14-15
sábado, 21 de febrero
Isaías 58:9-14; Salmo 86; Lucas 5:27-32
22 de febrero - 1° domingo de Cuaresma
Genesis 9:8-15; Salmo 24; 1 Pedro 3:18-22; Marcos 1:12-15
domingo, 8 de febrero 2015
Asistencia: 3,230 Primera Colecta: $16,735.00
Segunda Colecta: $4,499.00
Nuestra segunda colecta es para ayudar a reducir el
préstamo de la parroquia. Por favor seamos generosos
en nuestras donaciones; bien sabemos que el Señor nos
dará siete veces más.
domingo, 15 de febrero 2015
Preparación de Impuestos
en la Biblioteca de McKinney
101 E. Hunt St. McKinney, Tx 75069
La organización de AARP
estará ofreciendo servicio gratis
para la preparación de los impuestos.
Fecha: 6 de febrero de1 2015
Horario:11a.m.-2 p.m.
Lugar: Salón Dulaney
Este servicio estará disponible todos los viernes y
sábados, hasta el 11 de abril 2015.
miércoles de ceniza
18 de febrero
Misa: 8:00 am
Misa: 12 del medio día
Misa: 4:00 pm
Misa: 6:00pm
Misa: 8:00 pm (Español)
“Acuérdate de que eres polvo y
al polvo has de volver.”
- Génesis 3:19

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