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3619 Toledo Road - Jacksonville, Florida 32217
Phone: 904-733-1630 ~ Fax: 904-731-4335 ~ www.sjcatholic.org
Office Hours: Mon. —Thurs. 8:30 a.m.— 4:00 p.m. Fri. — 8:30 a.m.- Noon
Pastor ~ Rev. Gregory Fay
of[email protected]
Mass Schedule
Associate Pastor ~ Rev. Rodolfo Godinez
Ext. 118, [email protected]
Weekday (Monday—Friday)
8:00 a.m. & 5:30 p.m.
Priest in Residence ~ Rev. Thomas Moore
Saturday ~ 8:00 a.m.
(Spiritual direction, counseling, confession, or to chat.
Please leave a message with your name & phone number.)
Saturday Vigil ~ 5:30 p.m.
Deacon — Deacon Chris Supple
Ext. 204, [email protected]
8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. ~ English
12:30 p.m. ~ Spanish
Phone - 379-6880
Deacon — Deacon Angel Sanchez
Ext. 204, [email protected]
Parish Staff
Office & Finance Manager ~ Donna Carle
Ext. 104, [email protected]
Receptionists ~ Mary Ann Wright & Camille Marmo
Ext. 101, [email protected]
Dir., Religious Education ~ Anita Michaels Ext. 111,
[email protected]
Director, Music/Liturgy ~ Carol Johnson Burns
Ext. 108, [email protected]
Youth Director ~ Mike Diaz
Ext. 103, [email protected]
New Parishioners — We invite new members to register as soon
as possible by filling out a new parishioner form available in the
back of the church.
Sick Calls — Call the office at any time. When any of our parishioners are hospitalized or confined to their homes, please advise
the Pastor.
Baptism — To present a child for Baptism is a serious obligation
and requires a faith commitment on the part of the parents and
godparents. This commitment is exemplified by being practicing,
active Catholics for at least 6 months, at San José Parish. If you
have just moved into the parish, a letter from your previous Pastor verifying the same is acceptable.
Pastoral Care ~ Sr. Anne Campbell, RSM
Ext. 109, [email protected]
Marriages — Contact the Priest at least 8 months in advance.
Marriage preparation is required. Verification of couple being
practicing, active, Catholics at San José or previous Parish is required.
Hispanic Ministry ~ Cristina Perez
Ext. 120, [email protected]
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults — Those interested in becoming Catholic are invited to call the office for information.
Spanish Music ~ Jeanette Rivera de Mejia
[email protected]
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament — Fridays 8:30 am-5:00 pm
School Principal ~ Brian Wheeler
733-2313, [email protected]
Reconciliation — Saturday, 4:30 — 5:00 pm
Third Sunday of Easter — April 10, 2016
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Third Sunday of Easter — April 10, 2016
Masses for the Week
Saturday, April 9
5:30 pm Special Intention for Antoinette Hale
Sunday, April 10
8:30 am † Martha Rose Benoit
10:30 am † James Peter
12:30 pm No Intention
Monday, April 11
8:00 am Special Intention
5:30 pm † Bill Connor
Tuesday, April 12
8:00 am † Kathleen Snavely
5:30 pm † Lula Dedi
Wednesday, April 13
8:00 am No Intention
5:30 pm † Harvey Cobb
Thursday, April 14
8:00 am † Bill Weedon
5:30 pm Special Intention for Mond Dedisik
Friday, April 15
8:00 am Special Intention
5:30 pm † Jack Demetree
Saturday, April 16
8:00 am Special Intention
W e e k ly C o l l e c t i o n
April 3, 2016
Regular Collection
Hispanic Collection
Online Giving
Debt Reduction
Flower Donation
$ 29,148.00
$ 2,583.00
$ 3,356.00
Parish Weekly Operating Cost:
Surplus / (Deficit)
$ 23,655.00
$ 12,598.00
Bridge the Gap
Holy Shrines
Catholic Relief Services
In today’s Gospel, Jesus tells
Peter again and again, “If you
love Me, feed my sheep.” He
says the same to each of us, “If
you love Me, use the gifts I
have given you to serve your
brothers and sisters.”
See John 21:15f
Readings for the Week
Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27,
29-30; Jn 6:22-29
Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6,
7b, 8a, 17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a; Jn
Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17,
20; Jn 6:44-51
Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn
Acts 9:31-42; Ps 116:12-17; Jn
Acts 13:14, 43-52; Ps 100:1-3, 5;
Rv 7:9, 14b-17; Jn 10:27-30
That on our website we post a monthly Mass schedule that shows which
priest is presiding at each Mass?
Just go to www.sjcatholic.org and click on “Liturgy
Schedule” on the left side of the page.
Parish Name
San Jose - Jacksonville
Participation Goal (No. Donors)
Active Family Count
Family Participation
11.41 %
13.75 %
Amount Pledged
Amount Paid
Balance Due
No. Donors
Fifteenth Sunday
of Time
San Jose’s
Are Available for
Companion Niches — $2,300
Single Niches — $1,800
If you are interested in purchasing a niche or
would like more info, please contact Donna
in the Parish Office at 733-1630, ext. 104, or
email [email protected]
Tuesday Morning
The Book of Judith
5-week Spring Course ~ April 5—May 3
Please call Jeannette at 260-0815 to register.
Eucharistic Minister
Each time we celebrate Mass, members of our
community serve to remind us that we are the
Body of Christ. If you feel God calling you to
serve our community as a Minister of Holy Communion at Mass or to the sick and homebound,
please plan on attending the next training session for new ministers on: Monday, April 25,
from 6:30—9:00 p.m., in the church. Please
contact Carol Burns at 733-1630 to pre-register.
Lector Training for
New Lectors
Baby Bottle Boomerang is coming! Divine Mercy
House will be handing out Baby Bottles at all
masses this weekend. Please take a bottle
home with you. THEN… return the bottle to
our church full of coins, currency, or a generous
check payable to Divine Mercy House on the
weekend of April 23-24. Whatever you give, it
WILL make a difference.
Divine Mercy House
Thrift Store
Needs Your Donations
Donations are needed at The Divine Mercy
House Thrift Store. Thrift Store Hours: 10:00
a.m. — 6:00 p.m. (Monday-Saturday), 11018
Old St. Augustine Rd., Ste. 140 (Next to Pizza
Hut). Phone: 268-9968. All donations go to
support the Moms and Babies at Divine Mercy
House. For furniture pickup please call 2689968.
Would you like to proclaim the Word at Mass?
If so, please consider attending our next Lector training, Monday, April 18, 7:00—8:00
p.m. in the church. High school youth are
welcome! Contact Carol Burns in the Parish
Office for more information.
Do you have a passion for God and our young
people? Are you great with details and schedules or maybe you like to go with the flow? Do
you enjoy building relationships? Do you like
facing your fears and challenges? And most important of all do you like to have fun? Why
don’t you join our High School Youth Ministry
Core team? We’re looking for core team members to walk with our young people on their faith
journey. We will have an informational meeting
on Wednesday, April 27, at 7pm in the Jubilee
room in the Parish Center. Contact Mike for
more information or if you have any questions,
904-733-1630 ext. 103.
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L ay M i n i s t r y Fo r m a t i o n
Progr am
Registrations are now being accepted for suitable applicants to participate in the Diocesan
Ministry Formation Program (MFP). The MFP
looks for quality candidates to be formally
trained to be leaders within their parishes.
The MFP weaves academic studies with theological reflection and provides opportunities to
learn and practice the skills necessary for service within the Church. Pastor endorsement is
necessary for those who desire to apply. Applications will be accepted through the end of
April for the next class that begins in early August. For information about the program
please call Erin in the office at (904) 262-3200,
Ext. 118 or email [email protected]
Pearls, Publicans, Pharisees
and Prodigals:
Jesus’ Parables
The parables comprise about one third of all
of Jesus’ teaching. From the very beginning of
the Gospel narratives these seemingly quaint
and simple stories have been open to a variety
of interpretations. Over the centuries they
have been. allegorized, moralized and tamed
into platitudes that may have nothing to do
with Jesus’ original intent.
In a six session program, Dr. Glenn Kuhnel will
look at the category and genius of the scriptural parable in context, their main themes,
and attempt an understanding of what Jesus
taught in his parables.
Session will be held on
Wednesdays 9:30-11:00 a.m.
St. Augustine Room in the Parish Center
Third Sunday of Easter — April 10, 2016
Please consider a commitment to
weekly Eucharistic Adoration a part
of your life. Adoration is held Fridays from 8:30 a.m.— 5:00 p.m.
There is a need for additional Adorers. The rewards are great and far
surpassing the time spent. Look your schedule
over and pray about making an hour appointment
for the Lord. The Angelus will be said at 12 Noon
and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3:00 p.m. For
info call Anne at 733-1492 or email
[email protected]
T h e Pa s t o r a l C a r e
Ministry Needs
Vo l u n t e e r s t o V i s i t t h e
S i c k a t a N e w Fa c i l i t y
Our Diocese has assigned San Jose Parish Pastoral Care Ministry a new facility to visit. This new
facility, Arbor Terrace, will be unique for us to
visit. It is an assisted living facility for those
with memory loss issues. The facility is scheduled to open in May and it is located at 3760
DuPont Avenue.
The addition of this facility will make a total of
6 facilities that we visit each week plus we visit
the homebound. If you are looking for something to do that could make a difference in
someone’s life, or your own, maybe this is it!
We will need 12 to 14 Eucharistic Ministers to
visit this facility. Visits will be once every other
month on a Sunday (this will be six times a year
total). If you are not a trained Eucharistic Minister, there will be a training session on April 25
at 6:30 p.m. in the church that you can attend. If you are interested in volunteering,
please call Sister Anne at 733-1630, Ext. 109 or
email [email protected]
Employment Opportunities
Please know that we couldn’t visit all of these
people without all of our volunteers! A big
thank you to all of our Eucharistic Ministers
who volunteer their time to visit our sick
brothers and sisters.
Visit the Diocese of St. Augustine
Website: http://www.dosafl.com/humanresources/general-job-listings
Bishop Estévez prays the Angelus three times Monday
through Friday at 6:00 a.m., noon and 6:00 p.m., on
Queen of Peace Radio-1460-AM/ 1600-AM. Tune in for a
daily dose of prayer.
The first session is April 13 and will continue
through May 18.
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of Time
Please Pray
For Our
Military Personnel
MTCM T. Alan Propes II, USN, husband of Christine
Pikula Propes, father of Alexandra Propes & son-inlaw of Joseph & Jennie Pikula; Joshua Hastings,
grandson of Nona Hastings, great nephew of Mittie
Kenan & son of Terri Hastings; Lance Corporal
Richard J. Sheard, USMC, Son of Chris & Karen
Sheard; Luis D. Baez, Jr., USMC, son of Mary & Luis
Baez; PFC Peter Kirschner, USA; Sgt. Christopher
Futch, USMC; Sgt. Chris Boland, USMC, grandsons
of Yvonne & Joe Paffe; Lt jg Daniel Burke, son of
Gina & Mike Burke; Corporal Kenishia Perry,
daughter-in law of Everett & Kathy Perry. Lance
Corporal Joshua Hastings, USMC, grandson to
Nona Hastings, great nephew to Mittie Kenan & son
to Terri Hastings; SPC Diego F. Villanueva, USA,
son of Diego & Ana Villanueva; Lt Cdr. Tim
Tuschinski, USN, son of Dick & Linda Tuschinski;
1st Lt Geoffrey Troy, USMC, grandson of Harriet
McDonald; 1st Lt Jason DeWitt, US Army, brother
of Kris Lucey; ADC Jorge E. Estrada, USN, husband
of Madeleine, father of Gabriela & Daniella, son of
Doris Ayala; 1st Lt. Joshua Green, USA, grandson
of Jack & Anne Coyle, cousin to Tommy & Reilly
Farrell; Joseph Shaia, USA, grandson of Joseph &
Gloria Shaia, Lt. Nick Smith, son-in-law of Ann &
Terry Farmand; GSM3 Aran E. Marquez Bihouet,
USN, husband of Jessica Marquez, Gregory Jackson, USN, husband of Katie Jackson; 1st Lt. Philip
Bebeau, USMC, son of Gene and Jan Bebeau; LCDR
Steve Duba, USN, father of Charlie Duba; Airman
Adam Shaia, USAF, grandson of Gloria Shaia, Pvt.
Alex Curlin, USMC, grandson of Sheila Curlin; SPC
Jerrold Burroughs,USA, 101st Abn Div Asslt, son
of Jerrold & Darlene Burroughs; CDR Bill Fallon,
USN, nephew of Grace & John Fallon; MSgt Johnny
Rhodes, USA, son-in-law of Linda Forbes
If you have a relative currently on active duty in the Military, we invite you to submit their name for prayer.
Please include their name, your name and your relationship to the military relative. Email [email protected] sjcatholic.org
or call Donna at 733-1630.
Classes take place in
the school on Tuesdays
& Thursdays at
7:00 p.m. and Sundays
at 11:00 a.m.
Sister Anne’s
Thought of the Week
The year 2016 is the Celebration of the Jubilee
Year of Mercy. Often the work “mercy” is associated with forgiveness or the removal of a
well-deserved punishment. But in this year of
mercy, it is good for us to reflect upon the
broader vision laid out by Jesus. In order to
accomplish this, during this Easter season,
each week we are going to reflect upon one of
the seven corporal works of mercy.
Week One: Feed the Hungry.
We could accomplish this by volunteering at
our local food pantry, food bank, or soup
kitchen or make a donation to Catholic
Charities, Food for the Poor, or other worthy
Jim McInerney, Catherine
Millan, Kristoph Paffe, Rose
Mendez, Crystal Bote, Vicki
Rayburn, Raymond Rodriguez,
Jeanette Currie, Mercedes
Galarza, Mary Galvin, Jean
Galvin, Fran Gibson, Riyad
Haddad, Jack Pearce, Luis Miguel Rolando,
Augustin Sosa, Robert Grimes, Leo Fitzpatrick,
Kyle Bolte, Elaine Paffe Curran, Sharon Symko,
Pamela Ossi Cooper, Mary Zerbest, Troy
Stanek, Carmen Jimenez-Walizer, George &
Martha Wise, Jeri Frantz, Gayle Milan, Matt
Magovern, Al Lombana, Miriam Hapner, Becky
Snyder, Katie Higbee, Connie Baker, Samuel
Evans, Raymond Brault, Lee Lafser, Maureen
Kincaid, Anastasia Rush, Barbara Ventimiglia,
Joe Stanley, Zachary Gibs, Genoveva Lopez,
Melissa Martin, Dolores Segora, Kristine
Moraga, Vincent Ossi, Teresa Eichner and
Young Jim Connolly
Due to HIPPA laws, we are prevented from receiving
information from hospitals and health care facilities
regarding patients. Therefore, we ask that the patient,
family or friends, please notify Sr. Anne at 733-1630
x109, if a family member is sick, hospitalized or in a
facility, and if the parishioner would like to receive the
Eucharist while they are homebound. Thank you.
Easter Sunday
Of The Resurrection
Of The
of Time
San Jose Students Shine at State Science Fair
The State Science and Engineering Fair
of Florida was held from March 29th to
March 31st in Lakeland, Florida, and San
Jose Catholic students came home as
big winners. The three-day STEM
(science, technology, engineering and
math) competition is a display of
projects prepared by scientists and
engineers in grades six through twelve.
More than 900 finalists from across the
state competed, and San Jose was
fortunate to have five of the only eleven middle school students from Jacksonville representing
NFRSEF (Northeast Florida Regional Science and Engineering Fair). All five of these San Jose
students received an award, out of the 417 students competing in the middle school division.
MaryAlice Young
Isabelle Young
Jack Brophy
Grant Reidy
John Cratem
First Place
First Place
Third Place
Fourth Place
Sixth Place
Biomedical and Health
In addition to her first place award, MaryAlice Young received the very prestigious Doctor Nelson
Ying Scholars’ Grand Award.
We applaud these students for their time and dedication on creating these complex science
projects, and even more impressively, for spending a good portion of their spring break to bring
home these awards. Congratulations to each of these stars.
The Players announces Toby Keith
Your options with a Chip in For Youth ticket
purchase just got more exciting! The Players has
announced that this year's concert performance will
be country superstar Toby Keith. The concert is
Tuesday May 10th at 6:30pm and will be held on the
iconic 17th hole.
Even if you are not playing that day, please join us for dinner and the evening’s festivities.
Register online at
When you purchase a Chip In For Youth ticket for
$45, San Jose will earn $25 back. Your ticket is good
for admission any one day of the tournament you
choose, and if you choose to go May 10th, would
also provide admission to the concert.
code SJCS to purchase tickets or contact Adriana
Shoemaker at [email protected] to purchase
by check and save the online surcharge. Tickets
must be purchased before the end of April so don't
3619 Toledo Road, Jacksonville, FL 32217
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Third Sunday of Easter — April 10, 2016
The Inaugural
San Jose Car & Truck Show
At Dupont Station
Presented by
Now seeking ADULT volunteers
to assist with VBS.
No experience necessary!
Positions available:
Imagination Station
Sports and Games
Cavern Café (snacks)
Music and Closing Program
Group Leaders
Please contact Anita Michaels at
[email protected] or 733-1630, ext. 111
Adults only at this time. Once I know how
many adults that we have, I will be able to determine how many participants that we can accommodate. Please, NO REQUESTS for teen
volunteers at this time. I will select teen helpers once the group size has been determined.
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Gala — Picnic Style
Catholic Charities 2016 Gala – Picnic Style will
be held on Saturday, April 23, with Cocktails and
Games from 6 to 8 p.m. and dinner & dancing
from 8 to 11 p.m. The event will feature Micahel
Corrigan as the Master of Ceremonies and live
music by Str8up. You will also have a chance to
dig for a diamond from Beard’s Jewelry worth
$2,500 and even win a trip to Banff, Alberta,
Canada! Tickets are $100 – $150. Proceeds from
this event benefit families in crisis. For more
information or to purchase tickets call (904) 2652182 or visit www.ccbjax.org/events.php.
Saturday, April 23, 2016
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Dupont Station Shopping Center, 6271 St.
Augustine Rd, Jacksonville. Entry fee:
$20 per vehicle / Event Day Registration
Proceeds will be donated to the Bishop John
J. Snyder Community Center at nearby San
Jose Apartments – a HUD-subsidized property
for low-income seniors of all faiths.
Admission is Free
• Best Classic Car (pre-1970)
• Best Modern Era Car
• Best Truck
• People’s Choice Award
• Best in Show
DJ, Food & Prizes!
Check out 2016 Buick, GMC,
Hyundai and Genesis Models!
For information: Contact Joe DeSalvo
at [email protected] or call
(904) 359-4366.
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Tercer Domingo de Pascua — 10 de abril del 2016
La Buena Nueva
“La Gloria de Dios es una persona verdaderamente viva”
MISON DE LA PARROQUIA “Nosotros la Comunidad Católica de San José, unidos al Obispo de San Agustín,
con el lema de “los amó hasta el extremo”, nos comprometemos como familia, a rezar y trabajar juntos
para que todos conozcamos, amemos y sirvamos a Dios.”
VISION HISPANA: Trabajar unidos para promover la fe cristiana a través de implementar el plan pastoral
compartiendo nuestros talentos, tiempo y tesoro, siendo miembros activos del cuerpo de Cristo: en la
comunidad de San José.
‘Cristo resucitado nos da la fuerza para y experimentado personalmente.
levantarnos de nuevo’
En este Año jubilar estamos llamados a redescubrir y
a acoger con particular intensidad el confortante anunMarzo 29, 2016– Ciudad del Vaticano.
cio de la resurrección: “¡Cristo, mi esperanza, ha resuEl papa Francisco rezó este lunes de Pascua, la oracitado!”. Si Cristo ha resucitado, podemos mirar con
ción del Regina Coeli desde la ventana del estudio del ojos y corazón nuevos a cada evento de nuestra vida,
Palacio Apostólico, con los fieles y peregrinos reuni- también a los más negativos. Los momentos de oscuridos en la plaza de San Pedro.
dad, de fracaso y también de pecado pueden transformarse y anunciar un camino nuevo. Cuando hemos
Estas son las palabras del santo Papa para introducir la tocado el fondo de nuestra miseria y de nuestra debilioración mariana, que en el tiempo pascual sustituye al dad, Cristo resucitado nos da la fuerza para levantarángelus:
nos de nuevo. ¡Si nos encomendamos a Él, su gracia
nos salva! El Señor crucificado y resucitado es la pleQueridos hermanos y hermanas, ¡buenos días!
na revelación de la misericordia, presente y operante
en la historia. Este es el mensaje pascual que resuena
En este lunes después de Pascua, llamado “Lunes del
aún hoy y que resuena por todo el tiempo de Pascua
ángel”, nuestro corazones están todavía llenos de alehasta Pentecostés.
gría pascual. Después del tiempo cuaresmal, tiempo
de penitencia y de conversión, que la Iglesia ha vivido
Testigo silenciosa de los eventos de la pasión y de la
con particular intensidad en este Año Santo de la Miresurrección de Jesús fue María. Ella estuvo de pie
sericordia; después de las sugerentes celebraciones del
junto a la cruz: no se ha doblegado ante el dolor, sino
Triduo Santo; nos paramos también hoy delante de la
que su fe permaneció fuerte. En su corazón roto de
tumba vacía de Jesús, y meditamos con estupor y remadre siempre quedó encendida la llama de la especonocimiento el gran misterio de la resurrección del
ranza. Pidámosle a Ella que nos ayude también a noSeñor.
sotros a acoger en plenitud el anuncio pascual de la
La vida ha vencido a la muerte. ¡La misericordia y el resurrección, para encarnarlo en lo concreto de nuestra
amor han vencido al pecado! Hay necesidad de fe y de vida cotidiana.
esperanza para abrirse a este nuevo y maravilloso horizonte. Y nosotros sabemos que la fe y la esperanza
son un don de Dios y debemos pedirlo: “¡Señor, dame
la fe, dame la esperanza! ¡Lo necesitamos tanto!”. Dejémonos impregnar por las emociones que resuenan en
la secuencia pascual: “Sí, estamos seguros: Cristo ha
resucitado realmente”. ¡El Señor ha resucitado en medio de nosotros! Esta verdad marcó de forma indeleble
la vida de los apóstoles que, después de la resurrección, advirtieron de nuevo la necesidad de seguir a su
Maestro y, recibido el Espíritu Santo, fueron sin miedo a anunciar a todos lo que habían visto con sus ojos
Que la Virgen María nos done la certeza de fe, para
que cada paso sufrido de nuestro camino, iluminado
por la luz de la Pascua, sea bendición y alegría para
nosotros y para los demás, en especial para los que
sufren a causa del egoísmo y de la indiferencia.
Invoquémosla, pues, con fe y devoción, con el Regina
Coeli, la oración que sustituye el Ángelus durante todo el tiempo pascual.»
Regina Coeli….
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Tercer Domingo de Pascua — 10 de abril del 2016
En la tradición de la Iglesia el matrimonio es considerado un sacramento del amor de Dios que
es invisible y hecho visible a través de la unión del hombre y la mujer. Por eso se les pide a las
parejas que hablen con el sacerdote ocho meses antes de la boda. Esto nos ayuda a
prepararnos, como familia para preparar no solamente la ceremonia sino también nuestra mente y corazone para recibir el regalo y la gracia del sacramento del matrimonio.
Oficina Hispana de San Jose
Colecta de la semana del
Para citas e información llamar de lunes a jueves
de 9:15 a 3:00 pm, también pueden dejar su mensaje después de horas y se le contestara lo mas
rápido posible.
Padre Rodolfo Godínez
733-1630 ext 118
M Cristina
733-1630 ext 120
3 de abril de del 2016
Presentar un niño para el Bautismo es una obligación
seria y requiere de un compromiso de fe por parte de los
padres y padrinos. Este compromiso se ejemplifica ser
practicante, católicos activos por lo menos 6 meses,
en la Parroquia de San José. Si usted se acaba de mudar a la parroquia, una carta de su párroco anterior verificando que usted era activo es aceptable.
Abril 17 - Mayo 15
Las clases se ofrecen después de la misa de 12:30
pm en el Jubilee Room del Centro Parroquial. Por
favor traigan una copia del acta de nacimiento.
Abril 9 10:00 am - Mayo 14 10:00 am
Abril 10– Reuniones después de la misa:
-Comité de la Providencia en el Jubilee Rm
-Comité Guadalupano en la capilla de
Ntra. Sra. de Guadalupe.
Abril 14–el Grupo de Oración se reúne en la capilla
de Ntra. Sra. de Guadalupe-7:30pm
Abril 15– Misa de Sanacion-7:00pm.
Educación Religosa
Clases todos los miércoles de 7:00-8:00 pm
Abril 13
Abril 20
Practicas el viernes 15 a las 6:30pm –Candidatos y
padrinos tienen que estar presentes
Confirmaciones sábado 16 a las 10:00am
Colecta Regular
Misa en español
Colecta Electrónica
Reducción de deudas
Donación para flores
$ 29,148.00
$ 2,583.00
$ 3,356.00
Costo de operaciones:
Sobra / (Déficit)
$ 23,655.00
$ 12,598.00
Apoyo al colegio
Lugares Santos
Caridades Católicas
"Pedro se entristeció porque Jesús le dijo por
tercera vez’ ¿Tú me amas?’ y él le dijo, 'Señor,
tú sabes todo; tú sabes que yo te amo'. Jesús
le dijo, 'Apacienta mis ovejas.'"
Juan 21:17
Todos nosotros somos retados a mostrar nuestro
amor por Jesús "apacentando Sus ovejas." A través
de sus oraciones pídale a Dios que le indique como
utilizar mejor su tiempo, talento y riquezas para
asistir a aquellos que se encuentren pasando necesidades. Recuerde que dar es un acto de adoración
y ayuda al avance de la misión de su parroquia y de
la Iglesia en su conjunto.
Preparación Matrimonial en español
Abril 23, 2016 en
St. Patrick Catholic Church
500 NE 16th Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32601
Para mas información por favor llamar:
Family Life (904) 551-2619 o
Martha Alers-Alers (904) 703-5772
Inscripciones disponibles por internet: www.dcfl.org