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7:00 3:15 4 - St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
(Monday & Thursday 8:00 am only)
As we gather today to celebrate Passion (Palm)
Sunday, we begin the highlight of our liturgical calendar, Holy Week. With this Sunday we join the universal
Church in entering with our Lord into His Passion,
Death and Resurrection. While this week is full of work
and preparation, it is truly a beautiful week as we all
journey with Jesus in his journey into Jerusalem, leading into his Passion and what a great opportunity we
have to join Him along the journey, connecting our own
lives to His.
On Holy Thursday, we begin the climax of this
celebration as we gather to celebrate the Mass of the
Lord’s Last Supper where we celebrate the institution of
the Eucharist and the priesthood. It is at this Mass
where we celebrate those words we hear at each celebration of the Eucharist; “take this all of you and eat of it”
and “take this all of you and drink from it…” These
words can become a routine since we hear them at each
Mass, but in reality these words are the source of our
lives as Christians, for it is our Lord giving up Himself
for us.
In addition to the institution of the Eucharist, we also
have the institution of the priesthood. The institution is
shown through the Washing of the Feet at this Mass
since the role of the priest is to be at service of Christ
and His Church. Hence, to be a priest is to be at the service of others, laying ones life those whose lives are entrusted to us.
On Good Friday, we celebrate Passion of the Lord and
veneration of the Cross. Like on Passion Sunday, we
hear St. John’s account of our Lord’s Passion, journeying
with Him to Calvary, to the place where our Lord gives
us His life for us. On this day, we also venerate a cross,
remembering the “wood of the Cross of on which laid the
Savior of the World” as we hear during this liturgy. The
color used on this day is red, a reminder of the “blood
shed” by Jesus on the cross.
Holy Thursday and Good Friday both lead us to the
Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday, where we enter the
Easter joy, the resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
At the Easter Vigil, we begin with the lighting of the
Easter fire, which is a reminder that in the midst of
darkness, Christ is our light and conquers even the
darkness of death. We also have a great opportunity to
witness the initiation of those who have been preparing
for the Easter Sacraments, rejoicing with them, as they
are welcomed into the Church.
Holy week is a blessed and special time; please
plan to join us throughout these holy days, entering
into the passion, death of Lord, leading to his glorious
Fr. Efrain
Gospel at the Procession with Palms — Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem (Matthew 21:1-11).
First Reading — In spite of my sufferings I am not disgraced. I am not put to shame (Isaiah 50:4-7).
Psalm — My God, my God, why have you abandoned me? (Psalm 22).
Second Reading — Christ emptied himself, and God filled this emptiness with exaltation (Philippians 2:611).
Gospel — The account of Christ’s passion according to Matthew (Matthew 26:14 — 27:66 [27:11-54]).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on
Monday: Is 42:1-7; Ps 27:1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Tuesday: Is 49:1-6; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Wednesday: Is 50:4-9a; Ps 69:8-10, 21-22, 31, 33-34; Mt 26:14-25
Thursday: Chrism Mass: Is 61:1-3ab, 6a, 8b-9; Ps 89:21-22, 25, 27; Rv 1:5-8; Lk 4:16-21
Lord’s Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116:12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Friday: Is 52:13 — 53:12; Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-16, 17, 25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 19:42
a) Gn 1:1 — 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Ps 104:1-2, 5-6, 10,
12, 13-14, 24, 35; or Ps 33:4-7, 12-13, 20-22;
b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; Ps 16: 5, 8-11;
c) Ex 14:15 — 15:1; Ex 15:1-6, 17-18;
d) Is 54:5-14; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13;
e) Is 55:1-11; Is 12:2-6;
f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 — 4:4; Ps 19:8-11;
g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Ps 42:3, 5; 43:3-4 or Is 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 or Ps 51:12-15, 18-19;
h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Mt 28:1-10
Sunday: Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9
or Mt 28:1-10 or (at an afternoon or evening Mass) Lk 24:13-35
Sunday: Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord; Julian Calendar Palm Sunday
Monday: Monday of Holy Week; Passover (Jewish celebration) begins at sunset
Tuesday: Tuesday of Holy Week; Income Tax Day
Wednesday: Wednesday of Holy Week
Thursday: Holy Thursday; The Sacred Paschal Triduum
Friday: Friday of the Passion of the Lord (Good Friday); Fast and Abstinence;
Julian Calendar Good Friday
Saturday: Holy Saturday; The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night
First Reading — Peter is an eyewitness: The Lord is risen (Acts 10:34a, 37-43).
Psalm — This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad (Psalm 118).
(1) Second Reading — All who are baptized, set your hearts in heaven (Colossians 3:1-4) or
(2) Second Reading — Christ our Passover is sacrificed; therefore let us celebrate (1 Corinthians 5:6b-8).
Gospel — Three witnesses, Mary, Peter, and John; each responds to the empty tomb (John 20:1-9) or
Matthew 28:1-10 (or, at an afternoon or evening Mass, Luke 24:13-35).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997,International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation.
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Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
April 12-13, 2014
Palm Sunday of the
Passion of the Lord
Palm Sunday and Holy Week
Palm Sunday
April 12
This weekend we begin the most solemn
April 13
time of our Church year. Today we commemorate Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem.
Our palms remind us of the royalty of our Lord as we
shout our Hosannas. Then as the Liturgy continues
we recall his passion and death on the Cross.
Holy Thursday
On Holy Thursday we begin the Triduum,
the three day celebration of one event:
April 17
the Paschal Mystery. The celebration
opens on the evening of Holy Thursday. Here we
recall the institution of the ministerial priesthood
and Jesus’ gift of the Eucharist where he asks us to April 18
remember him. As important as the Eucharist is, so
is the Mandatum or mandate. Jesus’ call to serve,
not only gives the Mandatum but he illustrates it by
washing the feet of his disciple and then says, “as I
have done for you, you must do for others.” In
John’s Gospel, Eucharist and service go hand in
hand. You cannot have one without the other.
4:30 PM
6:30 PM
7:30 AM
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
3:15 PM
5:00 PM
7:00 PM
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Holy Thursday
6:30 PM Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Trilingual Liturgy
Holy Friday
12:00 N
3:00 PM
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
8:30 PM
Good Friday
Meditation on the
Seven Last words of Jesus
Passion Play
Liturgy of Good Friday Church - English
Liturgy of Good Friday Church - Vietnamese
Liturgy of Good Friday Church - Spanish
On the second day, Good Friday, we
Holy Saturday
remember Jesus’ final act of uncondiApril 19
8:00 PM Easter Vigil - Trilingual Liturgy
tional love, when he takes up his Cross
Easter Sunday
and makes his way to Calvary. This is
where he gives the ultimate gift for us:
April 20
7:30 AM Mass - English
his life. For those without faith, this
9:30 AM Mass - English
seems foolish. For us it is the ultimate act of love.
11:30 AM Mass - Spanish
Instead of a cross of defeat, it is a cross of victory.
1:30 PM Mass - Spanish
Somber as this day is, it is not a day of sorrow, be3:15 PM Mass - Vietnamese
cause we know how this story ends and that is why
we call it Good Friday.
Holy Saturday
Saturday is an empty day of celebration,
until the evening when we gather to celebrate Jesus’ rising from the dead. We begin with the lighting of the new Easter Fire.
And then we bring that light into the empty
tomb—the church—where we listen to scriptures
that tell of the need for the new Passover. At this
liturgy we will welcome into the Church our newest
members, some whom have never been baptized,
others from Christian traditions, as well as Catholics
who have not been fully initiated. Then, we who
have been baptized renew our own Baptismal promises, to reaffirm and renew our commitment to live
our Christian life.
LENTEN PENANCE SERVICES In our surrounding communities
St. Mark’s
April 14th
6:30 P.M.
St. Peter’s
Apr. 15th
7:00 P.M.
Week at-a-glance
Mon. 14 Queen of Peace Mass 7:00 pm,
Soup Kitchen - 5:00 pm
Tue. 15 NO confessions
Wed. 16 Mother of Perpetual Help Novena after 8 am Mass, Legion of Mary 9am
Thur. 17 No Morning Mass Office Closed at 12:00pm ,
Sat. 19
Sun 20
6:30 pm Mass of the Lord’ s Supper
No Morning Mass – see schedule above Office Closed
No Morning Mass – Easter Vigil 8:00 pm
EASTER SUNDAY ( see schedule above )
Mon. 21 Office Closed
Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
April 12-13, 2014
The Triduum
8:00 am
4:30 pm
6:30 pm
Consuelo Arroyo Vargas+,Carlos Rivera Ortiz+
7:30 am
9:30 am
11:30 am
3:15 pm
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
8:00 am
7:00 pm
Maria Teresa and Teresita Dimples Ubiadas+
7:00 am
8:00 am
Lucas Barton (Sp. Int)
Rev. Efrain Bautista (Sp. Int.)
7:00 am
8:00 am
Barton Family (Sp. Int.)
Betty Pouliot (Sp. Int.)
Thur .
6:30 pm
People of the Parish
No Mass
No Mass
8:00 pm
People of the Parish
Lent ends before the
evening Mass of the
Lord’s Supper on Holy
Thursday. That liturgy
begins the Triduum.
The Triduum is the
great Three Days that
celebrate the main idea
of our faith. Triduum
rituals invite us all to
renew our baptism.
The Triduum rituals
Blanche Carey+
Michael Brian Wuebben+
Restituta and Emilio Cihine +
Enzo and Gina Torre+
Briana y Jose Luis Osorio (Sp. Int.)
People of the Parish
Martin Aquino(Sp. Int.)
Women’s Ministry Guild
Maria Dolores Hernandez+
Alberto Rodriguez Junior +
In observance of the Holy Week and Easter Holiday,
the Parish Offices will be closed at 12:00 N on Holy
Thursday and will remain closed Good Friday, April
18th and Easter Monday, April 21st. We will open the
offices on Tuesday, April 22nd.
The Good Friday Collection to Support the
Holy Places
Christians around the world
are united in a special way
Lent, Holy Week and Easter.
Our hearts, minds and prayers
also especially aware of the
Holy Land.
Our parish, once a year on
Good Friday, is called on to
Christians in the Holy Land. Many Christians in the Holy Land
depend on the collection for their lives.
As a pontifical collection requested by Pope Francis, the annual
Good Friday Collection offers a direct link for parishioners to be
witnesses of peace and to help protect the Holy Places. When
you donate on Good Friday, you are supporting Christians in
the Holy Land.
Franciscans and others in the Holy Land are housing and
feeding the poor, providing religious formation and education,
maintaining shrines and parishes, and conducting pastoral
ministry. For more information, visit www.MyFranciscan.org.
The Good Friday Collection is requested by the Holy Father.
Please be as generous as your abundance allows.
Christ Washing the Feet of the Apostles
by Meister des Hausbuches,
1475 (Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
Washing of Feet: On
Holy Thursday, when
the Homily is complete,
Catholics imitate Jesus
with the washing of the
should remind us that
we are here to serve
washed the feet of the
Apostles to show caring
for others.
Veneration of the Cross: During the Good Friday service, we
venerate the cross that Jesus was crucified on. People often
kneel before the cross, kiss the cross, touch the cross, or just
say a prayer before the cross. We are supposed to think about
our own crosses to hold and the way of the resurrection.
Waters of Baptism: A central point of our celebration of the
Easter Vigil is the Baptism of the elect. When they are baptized, they unite with being Catholic. We are asked to renew
our baptismal promises.
Let us celebrate the Triduum with the joy that comes from
God’s love for us.
“Suffering by itself is nothing; it is useless. But
suffering shared with Christ in his passion is a
wonderful gift to human life. It is the most beautiful gift for us to share
in the passion of
Christ. A sign of love,
because his Father
proved that he loved
the world by giving his
Son to die for us, and
so through Christ’s
own life it was proved
that suffering was the
greatest gift.”
Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Friday Pro-life Stations of the Cross,
Friday, April 18, Noon to 1:30 p.m. starting at St. Joseph
Cathedral - participants will meet in front of the Cathedral - procession will be to the Federal Building at
Front Street and Broadway and then back to the Cathedral - all are welcome. Participants will pray the Stations of
the Cross for an end to abortion, making the link between the
killing of the innocent Jesus and the innocent unborn. There
will be no graphic abortion pictures present at this event. Everyone is invited to bring a Crucifix. Banners will be available
that read: "Take my hand not my life," "I'm a child not a
choice," and "Life is Precious," as well as signs that read "Stop
killing the innocent unborn." Join hundreds of pro-life Catholics in the largest annual public witness for the protection of
the unborn in San Diego. Bring coins for metered parking in
the area. Come early and carpool if you can. For information
or questions contact
Praise and Worship Concert
"The Thirsting"
Friday, April 25th from
7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m. at Our Mother of
Confidence Hall
The Thirsting is a Catholic alternative rock band from Portland that
is high energy with a powerful, authentically Catholic message! Lyrically, there is no other band in the Catholic music world that
teaches about the truths of the Catholic faith like them. COME JOIN
other young adults for a fantastic evening! www.yamsd.org for information.
April 26, 2014, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Come refresh your creativity and your heart,
and Support the Pregnancy Resource Center.
Roger Lopez: 619-990-1341 or [email protected].
Bring your Friends and your favorite crafts. Join
23rd Annual Good Friday Walk with the Suffering Stations of the Cross us for a full 12 hours of Fun, Food, Classes and much more in Oceanin Downtown San Diego on Friday, April 18, starting at the San
Diego Rescue Mission on Elm Street and Second Avenue from 8:30 a.m. Pre-registration is required and seats are limited. The cost is only $50
to 11:00 a.m.For more information, phone 619-702-5399
per person for the entire day, and includes All meals and snacks, giveaways, make-n-takes and door prizes. For more info contact us at:
Tweet, Tweet, Tweet... A little birdie told us that Bishop Cirilo Flores
[email protected]
is now on Twitter. Expect to see the bishop’s first tweet on April 20,
Or register online: www.crafting4life2014.eventbrite.com
when he will send out an Easter greeting.
Begin following the Bishop on Twitter right
Always remember…
now: @BishopFlores.
St. Elizabeth Seton Parish in Carlsbad
has a tri-weekly prayer ministry in front of the North
County Women's Medical Clinic on Craven Way - San Marcos on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays Please join the St.
Elizabeth Seton "Life Matters" Culture of Life prayer vigils at
10:00 a.m. to Noon every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday morning at "North County Women's Medical Clinic": 120 Craven Road,
San Marcos .Those interested can carpool from St. Elizabeth
Seton's upper parking lot at 9:30 a.m. Those who do not want to
carpool, please feel free to meet us at the Abortion Center at
10:00 a.m. or at any time between 10:00 a.m. and Noon. These
vigils are not confrontational. We give witness by being present
in prayer and entrust our message to the Blessed Mother. Contact Gene: [email protected] or 760-804-9656 for more information.
Get Acquainted with Detention Ministry in the Diocese of
San Diego
Join Deacon Jim Walsh each month for an Information and Training Seminar on detention ministry and restorative justice at the
Diocesan Pastoral Center. Sorry, no walk-ins. Contact Deacon
Jim Walsh for reservations or questions: 858-490-8375 or e-mail
Deacon Jim at [email protected]
Word & Worship at St Francis Church
Singer Trevor Thompson
and friends
Thursday, April 24rd, 2014 From 7-9 p.m.
Meet Trevor for fellowshio afterward. His
DVD’s will be available for sale. Kindly bring
a snack to share for the fellowship afterwards. Free-will donation appreciated.
At the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, on Holy Thursday, there will be a presentation for the poor during
the preparation of the gifts. Remember to bring
food and monetary gifts for our brothers and sisters
in need at this Holy time of the year. You will be
invited to offer them up during this very special liturgy.
Let our joy ring out with gladness, our Lord has
Risen today! In preparation for the celebration of the Risen Lord, during the Easter
Vigil Mass on Saturday night bring your
bells from home and join us DURING THE
GLORIA of the Mass to shout out with joy
and ring your bells of gladness. Be sure to
silence them during the remainder of the
mass! But let us share in that joy this
Easter season.
Our sincere sympathy and prayers are extended
to the families & friends of :
Esther Arredondo, Socorro Velazquez ,
Britany Lint Gilbert, Erasmo Ruiz
“May their souls rest in peace.”
Please Pray for all the sick of our parish especially for the people listed
below for continued strength and
Cole Zerlaut, Nathan Walker
BẢN GỢI Ý XÉT MÌNH XƯNG TỘI (Những tội thường phạm)
1. ĐỐI VỚI CHÚA : (Theo điều răn 1, 2, 3)
- Kinh nguyện : Bỏ kinh tối sang, cầu nguyện qua loa, theo đuổi sự chia trí …?
- Giữ ngày Chủ nhật : Bỏ Lễ, thiếu lễ, cố tình chia trí, làm việc xác không chính đáng …?
- Mê tín dị đoan, bói toán, xem thầy, kiêng kỵ, coi ngày giờ …?
- Than phiền, trách móc, phạm thượng đến Chúa …?
- Nghi ngờ quyền năng, tình thương, sự quan phòng của Chúa, thách thức Chúa …?
- Lấy danh Chúa mà thề gian thề vặt, chúc dữ, quyền rủa, không giữ lời khấn hứa …?
- Chối bỏ, hoài nghi, lung lạc đức tin, nản lòng …?
- Chống đối, phê bình, xúc phạm, làm hại Giáo Hội …?
- Phạm Thánh : Rước lễ khi mắc tội trọng, giấu tội, lãnh bí tích cách bất xứng …?
- Phạm đến nơi Thánh , đồ Thánh, người Thánh (linh mục, tu sĩ) …?
2. ĐỐI VỚI NGƯỜI KHÁC : (Theo điều răn 4, 5, 6+9, 7+10, 8)
- Trong gia đình : Bất hòa, giận dữ, hờn dỗi, cãi cọ, trách mắng, xúc phạm trong lời nói và hành động, đay nghiến, đánh
đập, lợi dụng, ăn bám, ích kỷ, không trợ cấp xứng đáng …?
- Với người trên : hiếu thảo, tôn kính, vô lễ, khinh bỉ, hỗn xược, ngổ nghịch, chửi rủa, cãi lệnh, không vâng lời, không
giúp đở, không phụng dưỡng xứng đáng …?
- Với người dưới : bỏ bê, ghét bỏ, quá cứng rắn hoặc quá nhu nhược, thiếu xót bổn phận, không giáo dục, cản trở làm
việc tốt, làm gương xấu, la rầy chửi mắng, áp bức, đánh đập …?
- Với người ngoài : xúc phạm
+ Trong tư tưởng : nghĩ xấu, ghét bỏ, giận hờn, ganh tị, oán thù, khinh bỉ, mong điều dữ …?
+ Trong lời nói : cải cọ chửi rủa, phê bình chỉ trích, nói xấu sỉ nhục, thóa mạ, nguyền rủa …?
+ Trong hành động : Đánh lộn, đả thương, hành hạ, gây thiệt hại, ám hại, làm nhục, xúi giục …?
- Về tính dục : tư tưởng ước muốn xấu, cám dỗ khiêu gợi, ăn mặc hở hang, xem sách báo phim ảnh xấu, lỗi khiết tịnh :
thủ dâm - tự do luyến ái – tà dâm - ngoại tình, phá gia cang người khác, cưỡng bức hoặc từ chối việc vợ chồng thiếu lý
do chính đáng, chỉ tìm thỏa mãn cá nhân, sinh con vô trách nhiệm, dung biện pháp tránh thai nghịch luật Giáo hội, trực
tiếp hoặc cộng tác phá thai …?
- Về công bằng : quá lo tiền của đến quên Chúa quên anh em, không giúp đở người khác khi cần, hà tiện, hoang phí, ăn
cắp ăn trộm ăn gian, giữ-giấu-lượm-mượn của người khác mà không trả, giựt nợ, lường gạt, gian lận trong cân-đo-đongđếm, làm thiệt hại tài sản, cho vay nặng lãi, trả công không xứng đáng, chèn ép bất công, thâm lạm của công, hối lộ tham
nhũng, lợi dụng làm tiền …?
- Về sự thật và danh dự : nói dối, thất hứa, tiết lộ bí mật riêng tư, phao tin thất thiệt, bôi nhọ danh dự, nói hành nói xấu,
vu khống, cáo gian, gây nhục nhã, làm thiệt hại danh dự …?
3. ĐỐI VỚI CHÍNH MÌNH : (Theo 7 mối tối tội đầu)
- Kiêu ngạo, phách lối, hống hách, tự cao tự đắc, khoe khoang, ganh tỵ …?
- Se sua, lãng phí, tham lam, keo kiệt, hà tiện, cờ bạc, đỏ đen …?
- Nóng giận quá đáng, đòi hỏi khắt khe, hờn dỗi, la lối khoát nạt, vui buồn quá độ, nhậu nhẹt say sưa, ước muốn tự tử,
không giữ vệ sinh … ?
- Lười biếng, chểnh mãng việc bổn phận, ăn bám, lợi dụng lòng tốt người khác …?
- Không chịu sửa tính hư tật xấu … ?
- Điều gì còn đè nặng lương tâm …?
- Những tội lần trước quên xót chưa xưng, nay cần xưng lại …?
- Có giấu tội lần trước, xưng lại và xưng them chưa …?
- Còn điều gì căn rứt lương tâm, cần xưng thú hoặc cần bàn hỏi với Cha giải tội không …?
Al reunirnos hoy para celebrar el Domingo de
la Pasión de Cristo (Domingo de Ramos), comenzamos
el punto culminante de nuestro calendario litúrgico; la
Semana Santa. En este domingo nos unimos a la Iglesia
universal a entrar con nuestro Señor hacia su Pasión,
Muerte y Resurrección. Mientras que esta semana está
llena de trabajo y preparación interna, es realmente
una hermosa oportunidad para que durante esta semana nos unamos todos al trayecto con Jesús en su viaje a
Jerusalén, trayecto que nos lleva a su Pasión y cuán
grande es la oportunidad que tenemos de unirnos a Él
a lo largo del recorrido, conectando nuestras propias
vidas a la Suya.
El Jueves Santo, empezamos el punto culminante de esta celebración cuando nos reunimos para
celebrar la Misa de la Última Cena del Señor, donde se
celebra la institución de la Eucaristía y el sacerdocio.
Es en esta misa donde celebramos esas palabras que
escuchamos en cada celebración de la Eucaristía; " Tomar y bebed todos de Él”. Estas palabras se pueden
convertir rutinarias ya que las oímos en cada Misa,
pero, en realidad, estas palabras son la fuente de nuestra vida como cristianos, porque es verdaderamente
nuestro Señor renunciándose a sí mismo por nosotros.
Además de la institución de la Eucaristía, tenemos también la institución del sacerdocio. La institución se demuestra a través del lavado de los pies en esta Misa ya
que el papel del sacerdote es de ser servidor de Cristo y
de su Iglesia. Por lo tanto, ser sacerdote es estar al servicio de los demás, estar dispuesto a dar su propia vida
por aquellos cuyas vidas se nos confían.
El Viernes Santo, celebramos la Pasión del
Señor y la veneración de la Cruz. Al igual que en el Domingo de la Pasión de Cristo, escuchamos el relato de la
Pasión de Nuestro Señor en el evangelio de San Juan,
que nos lleva en el transcurso con El hasta el Calvario,
el lugar donde el Señor da su vida por nosotros. En este
día, también veneramos la cruz, recordando “el árbol de
la cruz donde estuvo clavado Cristo, el Salvador del
Mundo”, como escuchamos en la liturgia ese mismo día.
El color que se usa en este día es el rojo, ya que representa “la sangre derramada” por Jesús en la cruz.
Tanto el Jueves Santo como el Viernes Santo, nos encaminan a la Vigilia Pascual el Sábado de Gloria, que es
cuando entramos al gozo de la Pascua, la resurrección de
Nuestro Señor Jesucristo. En la Vigilia Pascual, comenzamos encendiendo una fogata, que es un recordatorio de
que a pesar de que nos encontramos en medio de las tinieblas, Cristo es nuestra luz y es vencedor, hasta de la
oscuridad de la muerte. También tenemos una gran oportunidad para presenciar la ceremonia del inicio a la Iglesia de los que se han estado preparando para los sacramentos de Pascua, nos regocijamos con ellos, ya que son
recibidos en la Iglesia.
La Semana Santa es una temporada muy especial y llena de bendiciones, por favor tomen el tiempo de
acompañarnos durante el transcurso de estos días santos, empezando con la Pasión hacia la muerte de Nuestro
Señor, que nos conducirá a la gloria de Su Resurrección!
P. Efrain
Evangelio para la procesión de las palmas ¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor!
(Lucas 19:28-40)
Primera lectura — A pesar de mi sufrimientos no quedaré confundido. No me siento avergonzado (Isaías 50:4-7).
Salmo — Dios mío, Dios mío, ¿por qué me has abandonado? (Salmo 22 [21]).
Segunda lectura Jesús se despojó totalmente y Dios lo llenó de exaltación (Filipenses 2:6-11).
Evangelio — El recuento de la pasión de Cristo según San Mateo (Mateo 26:14 — 27:66).
Lunes: Is 42:1-7; Sal 27 (26):1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Martes: Is 49:1-6; Sal 71 (70):1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Miércoles: Is 50:4-9a; Sal 69 (68):8-10, 21-22, 31, 33-34; Mt 26:14-25
Jueves: Misa del Crisma: Is 61:1-3ab, 6a, 8b-9; Sal 89 (88):21-22, 25, 27; Apo 1:5-8; Lc 4:16-21 Cena del
Señor: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Sal 116 (115):12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18;
1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Viernes: Is 52:13 — 53:12; Sal 31 (30):2, 6, 12-13, 15-16, 17, 25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 — 19:42
a) Gn 1:1 — 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Sal 104 (103):1-2, 5-6,10, 12, 13-14, 24, 35; o Sal 33 (32):4-7, 12-13, 20-22;
b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9-13, 15-18]; Sal 16 (15): 5, 8-11;
c) Ex 14:15 — 15:1; Ex 15:1-6, 17-18;
d) Is 54:5-14; Sal 30 (29):2, 4-6, 11-13;
e) Is 55:1-11; Is 12:2-6;
f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 — 4:4; Sal 19 (18):8-11;
g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Sal 42 (41):3, 5; 43:3-4 o
Is 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 o Sal 51 (50):12-15, 18-19;
h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Sal 118 (117):1-2, 16-17, 22-23;
Mt 28:1-10
Domingo: Hch 10:34a, 37-43; Sal 118 (117):1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Col 3:1-4 o 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 o Mt
28:1-10 ó (en Misas de la tarde o la noche) Lc 24:13-35
Domingo: Domingo de Ramos “De la Pasión del Señor”;
Domingo de Ramos en el calendario juliano
Lunes: Lunes de la Semana Santa, La Pascua judía comienza al atardecer
Martes: Martes de la Semana Santa; Día de los Impuestos
Miércoles: Miércoles de la Semana Santa
Jueves: Jueves Santo; Triduo Pascual
Viernes: Viernes Santo; Ayudar y Abstinencia;
Viernes Santo en el calendario juliano
Sábado: Sábado Santo; La Vigilia Pascual
Primera lectura — Pedro es un testigo: el Señor ha resucitado (Hch 10:34a, 37-43).
Salmo — Este es el día del triunfo del Señor. Aleluya (Salmo 118 [117]).
(1) Segunda lectura — Todos los bautizados, eleven su corazón al cielo (Colosenses 3:1-4) o
(2) Segunda lectura — Cristo, nuestra Pascua, fue sacrificado; por tanto celebremos (1 Corintios 5:6b-8).
Evangelio — Tres testigos, María, Pedro y Juan; cada uno responde a la tumba vacía (Juan 20:1-9) ó Mateo
28:1-10 (ó en la Misa de la tarde o de la noche,
Domingo de Ramos :De la Pasion del Señor”
Abril 12-13, 2014
Domingo 13 de Abril
Ministerio de Hombres 7 am
Visitadores por Cristo 8am
MISAS ESPAÑOL 11:30am/1:30pm/7pm
Lunes 14 de Abril
Cena para indigentes 5:00pm
Martes 15 de Abril
No habrá misa en la mañana, oficina cierra a las 12pm
Viernes 18 de Abril –VIERNES SANTO Ayuno y abstinencia
No habrá misa en la mañana, ver horario en esta página.
Sábado 19 de Abril SABADO DE GLORIA
Lunes 21 De Abril
Domingo de Ramos-Semana
Domingo de Ramos
4:30 PM Misa - Inglés
6:30 PM Misa - Español
Abril 12
Abril 13
7:30 AM Misa - Inglés
9:30 AM Misa - Inglés
11:30 AM Misa - Español
1:30 PM Misa - Español
3:15 PM Misa - Vietnamés
5:00 PM Misa - Inglés
7:00 PM Misa - Español
Abril 17
6:30 PM
Jueves Santo
La Cena del Señor- Liturgia Trilingüe
Viernes Santo
Abril 18
12:00 N
3:00 PM
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
8:30 PM
8:00 PM
Abril 19
Meditación de las Siete Palabras de Jesús
Representación de la Pasión
Liturgia de Viernes Santo Iglesia - Inglés
Liturgia de Viernes Santo Iglesia - Vietnamés
Liturgia de Viernes Santo Iglesia - Español
Sábado Santo
Vigilia Pascual - Liturgia Trilingüe
Este fin de semana iniciaremos los días más solemnes de la Iglesia. Hoy celebraremos la entrada
triunfal de Jesús en Jerusalén. Nuestras Palmas
nos harán recordar nuestra lealtad a nuestro Señor
cuando gritemos nuestros Hosanas. Y una vez
entrada la liturgia traeremos a nuestra memoria su
pasión y muerte en la cruz.
Jueves Santo
El jueves iniciaremos nuestro Triduo, los tres días
de celebración en un solo evento: el Misterio Pascual. Esta celebración se inicia en el atardecer del
Jueves Santo. En donde traeremos a nuestra memoria la institución ministerial del sacerdocio y el
don de Jesús de la Eucaristía en donde nos pide que le recordemos. Y tan importante como la Eucaristía es su Mandatum o mandato. Jesús nos llama a servir. Él no solo nos da su Mandatum
sino que nos da su ejemplo lavando los pies de sus discípulos, y
entonces nos dice: “para que lo que yo he hecho con ustedes,
ustedes también lo hagan.” En el Evangelio de San Juan, la Eucaristía y el servicio van de la mano. No se puede tener uno sin el
Viernes Santo
En el segundo día, el Viernes Santo, recordamos
la última e incondicional muestra de amor de
Jesús. Cuando Él toma a cuestas su cruz y camina
hacia el Calvario. Allí es donde Él nos entrega su
último don: su vida. Para quienes no tienen fe esto
es inútil. Para nosotros es la más sublime entrega de amor. En
lugar de una cruz de fracaso, es una cruz de victoria. Aunque es
un día sombrío no lo es de pena, porque nosotros conocemos
cómo termina esta historia, y por eso le llamamos Viernes Santo.
Sábado Santo
Domingo de Pascua
7:30 AM Misa - Inglés
9:30 AM Misa - Inglés
11:30 AM Misa - Español
1:30 PM Misa - Español
3:15 PM Misa - Vietnamés
Abril 20
Domingo de la Pasión del Señor
RITO PENITENCIAL, Parroquias Vecinas:
St. Mark’s
Abril 14
6:30 P.M.
St. Peter’s
Abril 15
7:00 P.M.
El sábado, en sí, es un día vacío de celebración, y
al atardecer nos reunimos para celebrar la resurrección de Jesús de entre los muertos. Iniciamos al
encender el Fuego nuevo Pascual y traemos la luz
dentro de la tumba (Iglesia) donde escuchamos las
Escrituras que nos hablan de la necesidad de una
nueva Pascua. Durante esta liturgia damos la bienvenida a la Iglesia a sus nuevos miembros que no han sido bautizados o que vienen de otras tradiciones cristianas, y a católicos
que necesitan integrarse totalmente en la Iglesia. (Hagamos oración por estos candidatos ahora que se encuentran en los últimos
días de preparación). Entonces, quienes ya hemos sido bautizados renovamos nuestras Promesas Bautismales para reafirmar y
renovar nuestro compromiso de llevar una vida cristiana.
Domingo de Ramos “De la Pasion del Señor”
Abril 12-13, 2014
Atención a los Diferentes
“El sufrimiento en sí no es nada; es algo inútil.
Pero sufrir compartiendo con Cristo su pasión,
es un maravilloso regalo para la vida humana.
Si usted tiene una actividad o reunión a la
Es el regalo más hermoso para nosotros el pocual quiere invitar al resto de los feligreses,
se les invita que comparta su información para que sea in- der compartir la pasión de Cristo. Una señal de
amor, porque
cluida en el boletín.
su Padre probó
Es importante mantener a los miembros de su ministerio al
que amaba al
tanto de lo que sucede en la iglesia y mantenernos comunimundo dando a
cados como familia y hacer sentir a todos los miembros de
la iglesia como parte de la comunidad. Favor de mandar
su propio Hijo
un correo electrónico a : [email protected] dos
para que muriesemanas antes de la fecha de publicación. El anuncio
ra por nosotendrá que ser aprobado antes de ser publicado.
tros, así que al
dar Cristo su
Todas las parejas que deseen casarse en
propia vida, se
la Iglesia de San Francisco de Asís deben
probó que el
estar registradas, activas y ser miembros
sufrimiento fue
participantes de nuestra comunidad parroel más grande de los dones.”
quial por un año, antes de fijar una fecha.
Se les pide a las parejas que planeen que
el proceso tome entre seis y nueve meses
para completar el programa de preparación matrimonial. Por favor, llame a la oficina de la parroquia para hacer los arreglos.
Los cristianos a través del mundo, están
unidos de una
forma muy especial durante la Cuaresma,
Semana Santa y las Pascuas Floridas.
Nuestros corazones, pensamientos y oraciones estarán con Tierra Santa.
Una vez al año, en Viernes Santo, nuestra
parroquia es llamada a apoyar a la Cristianos en Tierra Santa.
Las vidas de muchos Cristianos en Tierra Santa dependen de
nuestras donaciones. Como una recaudación pontifical pedida
por El Papa Francisco, la recaudación anual de Viernes Santo
ofrece la oportunidad a los parroquianos a presenciar paz y de
ayudar a proteger los locales sagrados. Cuando usted haga su
donación en Viernes
Santo, usted estará apoyando a la Cristiandad en Tierra Santa.
Franciscanos y otros en Tierra Santa están albergando y alimentando a los pobres, proveyendo información y educación, manteniendo los altares y las parroquias, y ofreciendo servicios pastorales. Para mas información, visite www.myfranciscan.org.
La recaudación de Viernes Santo es pedida por el Santo
Padre. Favor de ser lo mas generoso posible.
Acompáñenos en oración por
nuestros fieles difuntos:
Esther Arredondo, Socorro Velazquez ,
Britany Lint Gilbert, Erasmo Ruiz
“Que en paz descansen”
Ooremos por todos los enfermos de nuestra parroquia, especialmente para las
personas que se indican a continuación por continua fortaleza y salud
Cole Zerlaut, Nathan Walker
Madre Teresa de Calcuta
Debido a los Días Santos y Pascuales la Oficina Parroquial
permanecerá cerrada desde las 12 pm del Jueves Santo
hasta el martes de Pascua 22 de abril. Estarán abiertas en
su horario habitual el miercoles 16 de abril
Durante la Misa de la Cena del Señor, el Jueves Santo (6:30 pm)
tendremos la oportunidad de realizar una ofrenda especial
para las familias mas pobres de nuestra Comunidad. Traigan
abundante comida enlatada para ser ofrecida por cada uno de
nosotros a la hora del ofertorio. Este es el día de la Eucaristía y
es el día de estar mas en comunión con nuestros hermanos y
hermanas en la Fe.
El Viernes Santo, 18 de abril, a las 3 de la tarde, los
Jóvenes Adultos harán la representación en vivo de
las Estaciones de la Cruz en el Patio de
la Escuela. Vengan y caminen con Jesús
en su Pasión dolorosa hacia nuestra
Existe una tradición muy antigua dentro de la
Iglesia católica, que para anunciar el ‘inicio’ y el
‘final’ del Triduo Pascual la gente y todas las
Iglesias tocaban las campanas de las torres y las
campanitas desde las manos de los creyentes.
Nuestra parroquia ha retomado esta tradición y
tocaremos las campanas durante el GLORIA de
la Vigilia Pascual (cuando se ‘abra’ la Gloria).
Traigan sus ‘campanillas’ y tóquenlas como signo del Gozo
Pascual que se aproxima. Y estén seguros que se guarden para
no distraernos durante las otras liturgias de la Pasión y Muerte
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