Faith, Love, Community, Service

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Faith, Love, Community, Service
ST. MATTHEW CATHOLIC CHURCH
Faith, Love, Community, Service
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Fourth Sunday of Lent
March 6, 2016
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Monsignor John Talesfore, Pastor
One Notre Dame Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94402
(650) 344-7622 Phone
(650) 344-4830 Fax
www.stmatthew-parish.org
MASSES/MISAS
Daily Masses/Misas Diarias:
6:30am (except Saturday), 12:05pm
Saturday/Sábado:
5:00pm, 7:00pm (Español)
Sunday/Domingo:
7:00am,
8:45am (Español), 10:45am, 12:30pm,
3:00pm (Chinese in the small Chapel),
5:30pm (Español)
Confession/Confesiones:
Monday-Friday
Lunes a Viernes
5:00pm-5:30pm in the Chapel
Saturday/Sábado
11:30am-12:00noon &
4:30pm-5:00pm
Misericordiae Vultus
BULL OF INDICTION OF THE
EXTRAORDINARY JUBILEE OF MERCY
FRANCIS BISHOP OF ROME SERVANT OF THE SERVANTS OF GOD TO
ALL WHO READ THIS LETTER GRACE, MERCY, AND PEACE
17. The season of Lent during this Jubilee Year should also be
lived more intensely as a privileged moment to celebrate and
experience God’s mercy. How many pages of Sacred Scripture
are appropriate for meditation during the weeks of Lent to help
us rediscover the merciful face of the Father! We can repeat the
words of the prophet Micah and make them our own: You, O Lord,
are a God who takes away iniquity and pardons sin, who does
not hold your anger forever, but are pleased to show mercy. You,
Lord, will return to us and have pity on your people. You will
trample down our sins and toss them into the depths of the sea (cf.
7:18-19).
The pages of the prophet Isaiah can also be meditated upon
concretely during this season of prayer, fasting, and works of
charity: “Is not this the fast that I choose: to loosen the bonds of
wickedness, to undo the thongs of the yoke, to let the oppressed
go free, and to break every yoke? Is it not to share your bread
with the hungry, and bring the homeless poor into your house;
when you see the naked, to cover him, and not to hide yourself
from your own flesh? Then shall your light break forth like the
dawn, and your healing shall spring up (Continued on page 2)
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Misericordiae Vultus (cont’d)
speedily; your righteousness shall go before you, the glory
of the Lord shall be your rear guard. Then you shall call, and
the Lord will answer; you shall cry, and he will say, here I am.
If you take away from the midst of you the yoke, the pointing
of the finger, and speaking wickedness, if you pour yourself
out for the hungry and satisfy the desire of the afflicted, then
shall your light rise in the darkness and your gloom be as the
noonday. And the Lord will guide you continually, and satisfy
your desire with good things, and make your bones strong;
and you shall be like a watered garden, like a spring of water, whose waters fail not” (58:6-11).
The initiative of “24 Hours for the Lord,” to be celebrated on
the Friday and Saturday preceding the Fourth Week of Lent,
should be implemented in every diocese. So many people,
including young people, are returning to the Sacrament of
Reconciliation; through this experience they are rediscovering
a path back to the Lord, living a moment of intense prayer
and finding meaning in their lives. Let us place the Sacrament
of Reconciliation at the centre once more in such a way that it
will enable people to touch the grandeur of God’s mercy with
their own hands. For every penitent, it will be a source of true
interior peace.
I will never tire of insisting that confessors be authentic signs
of the Father’s mercy. We do not become good confessors
automatically. We become good confessors when, above all,
we allow ourselves to be penitents in search of his mercy. Let
us never forget that to be confessors means to participate in
the very mission of Jesus to be a concrete sign of the constancy of divine love that pardons and saves. We priests have
received the gift of the Holy Spirit for the forgiveness of sins,
and we are responsible for this. None of us wields power
over this Sacrament; rather, we are faithful servants of God’s
mercy through it. Every confessor must accept the faithful as
the father in the parable of the prodigal son: a father who
runs out to meet his son despite the fact that he has squandered away his inheritance. Confessors are called to embrace the repentant son who comes back home and to express the joy of having him back again. Let us never tire of
also going out to the other son who stands outside, incapable
of rejoicing, in order to explain to him that his judgement is
severe and unjust and meaningless in light of the father’s
boundless mercy. May confessors not ask useless questions,
but like the father in the parable, interrupt the speech prepared ahead of time by the prodigal son, so that confessors
will learn to accept the plea for help and mercy pouring from
the heart of every penitent. In short, confessors are called to
be a sign of the primacy of mercy always, everywhere, and
in every situation, no matter what.
To be continued
Given in Rome, at Saint Peter’s, on 11 April, the
Vigil of the Second Sunday of Easter, or the Sunday
of Divine Mercy, in the year of our Lord 2015, the
third of my Pontificate.
FRANCISCUS
Misericordiae Vultus
BULA DE CONVOCACIÓN DEL JUBILEO
EXTRAORDINARIO DE LA MISERICORDIA
FRANCISCO OBISPO DE ROMA SIERVO DE LOS SIERVOS DE DIOS A
CUANTOS LEAN ESTA CARTA GRACIA, MISERICORDIA Y PAZ.
17. La Cuaresma de este Año Jubilar sea vivida con mayor intensidad, como
momento fuerte para celebrar y experimentar la misericordia de Dios. ¡Cuántas
páginas de la Sagrada Escritura pueden ser meditadas en las semanas de Cuaresma para redescubrir el rostro misericordioso del Padre! Con las palabras del
profeta Miqueas también nosotros podemos repetir: Tú, oh Señor, eres un Dios
que cancelas la iniquidad y perdonas el pecado, que no mantienes para siempre
tu cólera, pues amas la misericordia. Tú, Señor, volverás a compadecerte de
nosotros y a tener piedad de tu pueblo. Destruirás nuestras culpas y arrojarás en
el fondo del mar todos nuestros pecados (cfr 7,18-19).
Las páginas del profeta Isaías podrán ser meditadas con mayor atención en este
tiempo de oración, ayuno y caridad: « Este es el ayuno que yo deseo: soltar las
cadenas injustas, desatar los lazos del yugo, dejar en libertad a los oprimidos y
romper todos los yugos; compartir tu pan con el hambriento y albergar a los
pobres sin techo; cubrir al que veas desnudo y no abandonar a tus semejantes.
Entonces despuntará tu luz como la aurora y tu herida se curará rápidamente;
delante de ti avanzará tu justicia y detrás de ti irá la gloria del Señor. Entonces
llamarás, y el Señor responderá; pedirás auxilio, y él dirá: “¡Aquí estoy!”. Si
eliminas de ti todos los yugos, el gesto amenazador y la palabra maligna; si
partes tu pan con el hambriento y sacias al afligido de corazón, tu luz se alzará
en las tinieblas y tu oscuridad será como al mediodía. El Señor te guiará incesantemente, te saciará en los ardores del desierto y llenará tus huesos de vigor; tú
serás como un jardín bien regado, como una vertiente de agua, cuyas aguas
nunca se agotan » (58,6-11).
La iniciativa “24 horas para el Señor”, a celebrarse durante el viernes y sábado
que anteceden el IV domingo de Cuaresma, se incremente en las Diócesis. Muchas
personas están volviendo a acercarse al sacramento de la Reconciliación y entre
ellas muchos jóvenes, quienes en una experiencia semejante suelen reencontrar
el camino para volver al Señor, para vivir un momento de intensa oración y redescubrir el sentido de la propia vida. De nuevo ponemos convencidos en el
centro el sacramento de la Reconciliación, porque nos permite experimentar en
carne propia la grandeza de la misericordia. Será para cada penitente fuente de
verdadera paz interior.
Nunca me cansaré de insistir en que los confesores sean un verdadero signo de la
misericordia del Padre. Ser confesores no se improvisa. Se llega a serlo cuando,
ante todo, nos hacemos nosotros penitentes en busca de perdón. Nunca olvidemos que ser confesores significa participar de la misma misión de Jesús y ser
signo concreto de la continuidad de un amor divino que perdona y que salva.
Cada uno de nosotros ha recibido el don del Espíritu Santo para el perdón de los
pecados, de esto somos responsables. Ninguno de nosotros es dueño del Sacramento, sino fiel servidor del perdón de Dios. Cada confesor deberá acoger a los
fieles como el padre en la parábola del hijo pródigo: un padre que corre al encuentro del hijo no obstante hubiese dilapidado sus bienes. Los confesores están
llamados a abrazar ese hijo arrepentido que vuelve a casa y a manifestar la
alegría por haberlo encontrado. No se cansarán de salir al encuentro también del
otro hijo que se quedó afuera, incapaz de alegrarse, para explicarle que su juicio
severo es injusto y no tiene ningún sentido ante la misericordia del Padre que no
conoce confines. No harán preguntas impertinentes, sino como el padre de la
parábola interrumpirán el discurso preparado por el hijo pródigo, porque serán
capaces de percibir en el corazón de cada penitente la invocación de ayuda y la
súplica de perdón. En fin, los confesores están llamados a ser siempre, en todas
partes, en cada situación y a pesar de todo, el signo del primado de la misericordia.
Continuará
FRANCISCUS
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Pastoral Staff & Parish Contacts
Clergy
Monsignor John Talesfore,
Pastor
650-344-7622 ext.102
[email protected]
Rev. Dominic S. Lee,
Parochial Vicar
650-344-7622 ext. 119
[email protected]hoo.com
Rev. Tony Vallecillo,
Parochial Vicar
650-344-7622 ext. 162
[email protected]
In Residence
Property Manager
Mr. James Walsh
650-344-7622 ext. 105
[email protected]
Secretaries
Reyna Fernandez
650-344-7622 ext. 113
[email protected]
Chris Valencia-Rivers
650-344-7622 ext. 107
[email protected]
Music Director
Jim Dahlstrom
Most Rev. William Justice,
Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco 650-344-7622 ext. 111
[email protected]
Religious Education Director
Teresita Contreras
650-344-7622 ext. 101
[email protected]
Chinese Adult Faith Formation
Director
Rev. Dominic S. Lee (Chinese)
650-344-7622 ext. 119
[email protected]
Stewardship Development
Coordinator
Kathryn Cross
650-344-7622 ext. 104
[email protected]
Bulletin Editor
Rosalinda Ceja
650-344-7622 ext. 103
[email protected]
Rev. Thomas Parenti
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St. Matthew Catholic School Contacts
910 S. El Camino Real,
San Mateo, CA 94402
650-343-1373
FAX#: (650) 343-2046
Website: www.stmatthewcath.org
Principal
Vice-Principal
Admissions Director
Nancy Arnett
650-343-1373 ext. 126
[email protected]
Mary Boland
650-343-1373 ext. 127
[email protected]
Ann Connelly
650-343-1373 ext. 139
[email protected]
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THANK YOU - WEEKEND COLLECTION/COLECTA SEMANAL
Chinese Community Chapel Masses
Thank you for your generosity in the Collection
Cantonese: 2nd, 4th, 5th Sunday @ 3:00pm.
Mandarin: 1st and 3rd Sunday @ 3:00pm.
Gracias por su generosidad en la Colecta
Sunday Collection
$
9,349.66
Electronic Collection
$
1,148.50
Candles
$
411.59
Mass Intentions
$
135.00
SVDP
$
515.00
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Chrism Mass
On Thursday, March 17th at 5:30PM,
Archbishop Cordileone will celebrate the
Chrism Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral. This
is a beautiful celebration of the blessing of
all the oils used in sacramental service
throughout the year.
All are invited.
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Sunday, March 13,
Daylight Saving
Time Starts
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CLOSER THAN YOU THINK
Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize
how close they were to success when they gave up.
—Thomas Edison
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Saturday 5, 5:00
7:00
Sunday 6,
7:00
8:45
10:45
12:30
5:30
Monday 7, 6:30
12:05
Tuesday 8,
6:30
12:05
Wednesday 9, 12:05
Thursday 10, 12:05
Friday 11, 12:05
Saturday 12, 12:05
Mass Intentions
March 5 – March 12
Albert & Victoria Ruffo †
Nicolas Martinez †
Maria Delia Leon †
Antonia Gonzalez
Community / Pueblo
Nineth Ariza †
Jose Luis Avina Chavez †
Paul, Ida & Valerie Kristensen †
Conny Alvarenga †
Frank Tattenham, Jr. †
Angelina Garre †
Georgette Jillette
Lorenza Casetta †
Nessie George
Leno Freschet †
MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS
FOR LENT 2016
“I desire mercy, and not sacrifice” (Mt 9:13).
The works of mercy on the road of the Jubilee
3. The works of mercy
God’s mercy transforms human
hearts; it enables us, through the
experience of a faithful love, to
become merciful in turn. In an
ever new miracle, divine mercy
shines forth in our lives, inspiring
each of us to love our neighbour
and to devote ourselves to what
the Church’s tradition calls the
spiritual and corporal works of
mercy. These works remind us
that faith finds expression in concrete everyday actions meant to
help our neighbours in body and
spirit: by feeding, visiting, comforting and instructing them. On
such things will we be judged. For
this reason, I expressed my hope
that “the Christian people may
reflect on the corporal and spiritual works of mercy; this will be a
way to reawaken our conscience,
too often grown dull in the face of
poverty, and to enter more deeply
into the heart of the Gospel where
the poor have a special experience of God’s mercy” (ibid., 15).
For in the poor, the flesh of Christ
“becomes visible in the flesh of
the tortured, the crushed, the
scourged, the malnourished, and
the exiled… to be acknowledged,
touched, and cared for by
us” (ibid.). It is the unprecedented
and scandalous mystery of the
extension in time of the suffering
of the Innocent Lamb, the burning
bush of gratuitous love. Before
this love, we can, like Moses, take
off our sandals (cf. Ex 3:5), especially when the poor are our
brothers or sisters in Christ who
are suffering for their faith.
In the light of this love, which is
strong as death (cf. Song 8:6), the
real poor are revealed as those
who refuse to see themselves as
such. They consider themselves
rich, but they are actually the
poorest of the poor. This is because they are slaves to sin, which
leads them to use wealth and
power not for the service of God
and others, but to stifle within
their hearts the profound sense
that they too are only poor beggars. From the Vatican, 4
October 2015 Feast of Saint
Francis of Assisi FRANCIS
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PALM SUNDAY IS MARCH 20TH. The Mass schedule is the same as
any weekend. Palms will be distributed at all the Masses. The
main Masses will begin out on the plaza, weather permitting.
HOLY WEEK 2016
Lent and Holy Week are graced moments for
all of us.
Please circle the dates and times below and
come walk with Jesus through His Passion
and Death to His Resurrection.
HOLY THURSDAY — March 24
12:05pm Mass for Holy Thursday. PLEASE NOTE: Provided
in case of genuine necessity, but only for those who are in no way
able to participate in the evening mass, according to church norms
7:00pm Multilingual Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Procession to the Altar of Repose
Adoration in the Cronin Center until Midnight
GOOD FRIDAY — March 25
12:00 Noon to 1:30pm Reflection on the Passion
1:30pm Liturgy of Good Friday (English)
3:00pm Chinese Liturgy (Chapel)
6:00pm Liturgy of Good Friday (Spanish)
HOLY SATURDAY — March 26
8:00pm Multilingual Celebration of Easter Vigil
EASTER SUNDAY — March 27
5:00am In front of the Church, Salubong:
Meeting of Jesus and Mary followed by Mass
7:00am 8:45am (Spanish), 10:45am, 12:30pm and
3:00pm Cantonese Mass (Chapel)
PLEASE NOTE: There will be no 5:30pm. Mass
HOLY WEEK CONFESSIONS
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday in Small Chapel
5:00pm to 5:30pm
Good Friday: 12 Noon to 1:30pm in Main Church
Holy Saturday: 11:00am to 12 Noon in Main Church
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MENSAJE DEL SANTO PADRE FRANCISCO
PARA LA CUARESMA 2016
“Misericordia quiero y no sacrificio” (Mt 9,13).
Las obras de misericordia en el camino jubilar
3. Las obras de
misericordia
La misericordia de Dios transforma el corazón del hombre haciéndole experimentar un amor fiel, y
lo hace a su vez capaz de misericordia. Es siempre un milagro el
que la misericordia divina se irradie en la vida de cada uno de
nosotros, impulsándonos a amar
al prójimo y animándonos a vivir
lo que la tradición de la Iglesia
llama las obras de misericordia
corporales y espirituales. Ellas
nos recuerdan que nuestra fe se
traduce en gestos concretos y
cotidianos, destinados a ayudar a
nuestro prójimo en el cuerpo y en
el espíritu, y sobre los que seremos juzgados: nutrirlo, visitarlo,
consolarlo y educarlo. Por eso,
expresé mi deseo de que «el pueblo cristiano reflexione durante el
Jubileo sobre las obras de misericordia corporales y espirituales.
Será un modo para despertar
nuestra conciencia, muchas veces
aletargada ante el drama de la
pobreza, y para entrar todavía
más en el corazón del Evangelio,
donde los pobres son los privilegiados de la misericordia divina» (ibíd., 15). En el pobre, en
efecto, la carne de Cristo «se hace
de nuevo visible como cuerpo
martirizado, llagado, flagelado,
desnutrido, en fuga... para que
nosotros lo reconozcamos, lo toquemos y lo asistamos con cuidado» (ibíd.). Misterio inaudito y
escandaloso la continuación en la
historia del sufrimiento del Cordero Inocente, zarza ardiente de
amor gratuito ante el cual, como
Moisés, sólo podemos quitarnos
las sandalias (cf. Ex 3,5); más aún
cuando el pobre es el hermano o
la hermana en Cristo que sufren a
causa de su fe.
Ante este amor fuerte como la
muerte (cf. Ct 8,6), el pobre más
miserable es quien no acepta
reconocerse como tal. Cree que es
rico, pero en realidad es el más
pobre de los pobres. Esto es así
porque es esclavo del pecado, que
lo empuja a utilizar la riqueza y el
poder no para servir a Dios y a los
demás, sino parar sofocar dentro
de sí la íntima convicción de que
tampoco él es más que un pobre
mendigo.
From the Vatican, 4 October 2015 Feast of Saint
Francis of Assisi FRANCIS
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CALLING ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!
Pro-Life Oratory (speech) Contest
Thursday, March 10, 2016 @7:30pm,
St.Greg’s Worner Center, 138 28th Ave.,San Mateo.
For more info: email [email protected]
650-572-1468
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AVISO: el domingo 20 de marzo es Domingo de Ramos, la Misa de las 8:45 am.
Dará inicio a las 8:30 en el atrio de la Iglesia para la bendición de las palmas.
“Participa en la limpieza
de nuestra iglesia el
Sábado 26 de Marzo
de las 6am-12pm
y ayuda a mantener un
lugar de oración mas digno."
MISA DE SANACION
El grupo Carismático Monte Sinaí
te invita a la Misa de Sanación el lunes
14 de Marzo a las 7:00pm. En la Iglesia
de St. Matthew.
El celebrante será el padre
José Luis Aguilar.
No faltes, te esperamos.
►¿LE GUSTARÍA MEJORAR LA COMUNICACIÓN EN SU MATRIMONIO?
Le invitamos a vivir la experiencia del Fin de Semana del
Encuentro Matrimonial los días 15, 16 & 17 de Abril.
Para más información llama al: (650) 592-9719
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a los Enfermos
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y le gustaría recibir la Santa Comunión llame a
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problema con alcohol o drogas, favor de
llamar al 650-823-4468
► El grupo de la Legión de María se reúne todos
los Miércoles de 7:00pm a 9:00pm en el Crying
Room de la Iglesia.
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St. Matthew Catholic Church
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March 6, 2016
*Parish and Community*
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NEED VOLUNTEER HOURS?
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Want to have a clean and beautiful church?
We need your helping hands!
Join us for Church Clean Up on
Saturday ,March 26th from
6am-12pm.
Nocturnal Adoration
The Nocturnal Adoration Society will
have its monthly Eucharistic Adoration
hour this coming Saturday, March 12
ALL ARE INVITED
Adoración Nocturna
GIVE – Sign up at
www.stmatthewcath.org to gift an
Easter Meal Basket to a designated
family in need from our St. Vincent
de Paul community.
JOIN – Bring your basket to church on
Palm Sunday (3/20) to the
10:45AM Family Mass to be
blessed.
SHARE – Deliver your basket to your
assigned family at their home after
Mass on Palm Sunday. The
gratitude you will see on their faces
will fill your hearts with joy!
CELEBRATE – Enjoy your Easter
knowing you made it extra special
for another family in our
community.
Sábado 12 de Marzo
Inmediatamente después de Misa de las 7:00pm.
TODOS ESTÁN INVITADOS. Jesús te espera!
The St. Matthew
Filipino Community invites you
to celebrate its
11th year of
"Salubong/Encuentro"
Easter Sunday, March 27, at 5:00 am
There will be a procession of the Virgin Mary and
the Resurrected Christ and flower offering.
Come and Join Us!
Share the Light benefits families of
St. Matthew Chapter of
St. Vincent de Paul
For more info & sign up, go to
www.stmatthewcath.org Or,
Contact: Bernadette Shu at
[email protected] or Kristen Childs
at [email protected]

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