Holy Rosary Church - Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church



Holy Rosary Church - Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Holy Rosary Church
Iglesia del Santo Rosario
12th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Decimosegundo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
June 19, 2016
Mass Schedule/Horario de Misas
Saturday Vigil/Sábado de Vigilia
7:15am, 8:45am,10:30am
12:10pm and 1:45pm Spanish/Español
5:30pm Life Teen/ Jóvenes
Lauds & Rosary/Laudes y Rosario
Holy Days/Días Santos
Vigil/Vigilia 5:30pm
8:00am, 10:00am, 5:30pm
7:30pm Spanish/Español
Upon request/ A petición
Eucharistic Adoration/Adoración del Santísimo
Weekday/Durante la Semana First Friday/Primer Viernes
24 hours/24 horas
Parish Office
1313 A Street
Antioch, CA 94509
Phone: (925) 757-4020
Fax: (925) 757-6828
Español: (925) 757-4084
[email protected]
Office Hours:
(closed 12pm–1:30pm)
Staff will be available in the courtyard after Mass
Photos from weekend of June 11 and 12th
Holy Rosary Mission Statement/Declaración de la Misión del Santo Rosario
To be disciples and to make disciples.
Ser discípulos de Jesús y hacer discípulos.
Our vision is to
To become a center of formation for discipleship and evangelization.
Llegar a ser un centro de formación para el discipulado y la evangelización
Parish Administration
Fr. Roberto Corral, O.P., Pastor
Fr. Francisco Vicente, O.P., Parochial Vicar
Fr. David Bello, O.P., Parochial Vicar
Fr. Bart Hutcherson, O.P., Parochial Vicar
Jackie Hooke, Pastoral Associate
Deacon Jerry Grigg
Deacon Charles Silvernale, O.P.
Dominicans in Residence
Fr. Edward Krasevac, O.P.
Parish Office 757-4020
Oficina Parroquial
Barbara Daniels, Office Manager
Elena Zermeño, Secretary
Jorge Aragon, Finance/Business Manager
Religious Education (CCD)
Jackie Hooke
Janet Branson, Secretary
Rita Cross, Secretary
Holy Rosary School757-1270
Timothy Hooke, Principal
Youth Ministry757-9515
Lizette Suarez
Music Ministry
John Glick, Director of Music Ministry & Liturgy
Beatriz Figueroa, Renovación
Carolina Bruno, Unidos en Cristo
Jose Cadena, Voces de Cristo
Nicholas Hernandez, Santo Rosario
Hermanas Dominicas757-7333
Sor. Raquel Avelar, O.P.
Sor. Maria de Los Angeles Gomes Ramirez, O.P.
Alejandrina Martinez
Please stop by the
church office or visit
our website to register.
Registration enables you
to enroll in sacramental
and Religious Education
programs and receive
regular parish mailings
1st and 3rd Sundays of
the month (Last Sunday
in Spanish) at 3:30pm in
the church. You must be a
registered Parishioner at
Holy Rosary. To register
for baptism, please call
the church office at least
two months prior to
preferred date.
[email protected] holyrosaryantioch.org
Pastoral Council / Consejo Pastoral
Teresa Celli
Cathryn Freitas
Suzanne Glynn
Cara Grahman
Bob McDonald
Larry Mori
Chris Trotta
Cathy Vanderklught
Finance Committee / Consejo Economico
Fr. Roberto Corral
Jorge Aragon
Domingo Delgadillo
Jackie Hooke
Liza Lucio
Bob Martin
Joe Stiglich
*Holy Cross Cemetery
Holy Angels Funeral & Cremation Services
East 18th Street, Antioch
*We recommend using Catholic Funeral & Cemetery
Services at Holy Cross Cemetery. Their staff will contact the
parish office to assist you with your arrangements.
Photography by Juan Tinnirello
Bulletin Board cases designed
by Kathy Sturgeon
Bulletin Editor
Karri Reiser
[email protected]
(deadline for admission into next week's bulletin is 5pm Monday)
Additional images courtesy of https://www.google.com/search
Sacrament of
Anointing of the Sick
Weddings should be
scheduled at least six
If you have a serious
months in advance.
or ongoing illness or if
Preparation information
you are scheduled for
is available at the church
surgery, contact the
church office immediately office. Please call us at
757-4020 for details.
at 757-4020
Today at Holy Rosary
This Week at Holy Rosary
Sunday 6/19
Monday 6/20
Tuesday 6/21
Dominican Laity
9:30am Rectory Basement
Vacation Bible School6:00pm Parish Center
Hispanic Charismatic 6:30pm Church
Vacation Bible School 6:00pm Parish Center
Charismatic Prayer Group7:30pm Chapel
Wednesday 6/22 Legion of Mary
8:30am Rectory Basement
Vacation Bible School 6:00pm Parish Center
Hispanic Community 7:00pm Rectory Basement
Thursday 6/23 Vacation Bible School 6:00pm Parish Center
Hispanic Womens Grp 6:30pm Rectory Basement
Friday 6/24 Bilingual Healing Mass 6:00pm Church
Vacation Bible School 6:00pm Parish Center
Hispanic Marriage United7:00pm Rectory Basement
Saturday 6/25 Mobile Mall Sorting
9:00am Dominican Hall
4:00pm Church
Staff will be in the courtyard to assist you
Dominican Laity in Rectory Basement
Capital Campaign
Contributions for Week of June 12
Campaign Deposit $1,162.00
EFT $608.54
Total Campaign
In Remembrance
The Collection Report
1st Collection
Diocesan Tax
Today's 2nd collection is for:
Buildings and Grounds
Next Week's 2nd collection is for:
Holy Rosary School
Rosary Confraternity
The Confraternity of the Holy Rosary is a group of
men and women throughout the Catholic Church who
are devoted to the prayer of the Rosary. Whether
individually or in groups, they pray the rosary three
times a week, contemplating the life of Christ. United
with Mary, they unite their prayers to members of
the Confraternity past and present, and are granted
a number of indulgences and benefits for their
membership. http://www.rosary-center.org/nroscon.htm
Mass Intentions
8:00 am
5:30 pm
7:15 am
8:45 am
10:30 am
12:10 pm
1:45 pm
5:30 pm
June 18th
Maria Thom Thi Ngnyen†
Tom Martinez†
June 19th
Juan Palas Bello†
Rosa Del Chiaro†
Antonio & Inez Alvernaz†
Ging Pangilinan†
Alvaro Acuna†
The DiMarco Family
Adam Ruíz
June 20th 8:00 am
Communion Service
5:30 pm
Beney Family
8:00 am
5:30 pm
8:00 am
5:30 pm
8:00 am
5:30 pm
June 21st
June 22nd AJ Garcia†
Erlinda Ilas
June 23rd
Stan Fernandez
(Special Intention)
Kathleen Marie Sunga†
June 24th
8:00 am
June 25th
June 26th
5:30 pm
Mark Ruiz
(Special Intention)
Baby Fernandes†
Benedita Dias†
Yvonne Wheeler†
7:15 am
Filomena Silveira†
8:45 am
Christopher Cecchini†
Maria Antonia Garcia†
10:30 am
Ben Padua†
12:10 pm Adrian Villaseñor Benavides†
1:45 pm Jesus Gayton & Maria Valdivia†
5:30 pm
Baby Fernandes†
There is neither Jew nor Greek,
there is neither slave nor free person,
there is not male and female;
for you are all one in Christ Jesus.
— Galatians 3:28
2 Kgs 17:5-8, 13-15a, 18;
Ps 60:3-5, 12-13; Mt 7:1-5
2 Kgs 19:9b-11, 14-21, 31-35a, 36; Ps 48:2-4, 10-11;
Mt 7:6, 12-14
Wednesday: 2 Kgs 22:8-13; 23:1-3; Ps 119:33-
37, 40; Mt 7:15-20
Thursday: 2 Kgs 24:8-17; Ps 106:1b-5;
Mt 7:21-29
Vigil: Jer 1:4-10; Ps 71:1-6, 15,17;
1 Pt 1:8-12; Lk 1:5-17
Day: Is 49:1-6; Ps 139:1-3, 13-15;
Acts 13:22-26; Lk 1:57-66, 80
Saturday: Lam 2:2, 10-14, 18-19; Ps 74:1b-
7, 20-21; Mt 8:15-17
1 Kgs 19:16b, 19-21; Ps 16:1-2, 5,7-11; Gal 5:1, 13-18; Lk 9:51-62
George Fernandez†
Benedita Dias†
8:00 am
5:30 pm
Readings for the Week
Please Pray for
Jose Almendarez
Placida Almendarez
Robert Altamerano
Pablo, Priscila &
Primitivo Arellano
Rosalina Arellano
Louis Bodiford
Virginia Canada
Marcus Cardona
The Castro Family
Theresa Falduti
Cristina Figueroa
Luisa Fong
Yelba Freij
Benjamin Lopez Godey
Maria Dolores Gomez
Micaela Gomez
Pablo Gomez
Lois Hernandez
Julian Alejandro Illescas
Amador Jimenez
Charles Kain
Wilma Keim
Megan Knight
Donna Koehler
John Lawrence
Audrey Leonard
Roseann Leverich
Elise Lopez
Charles MacNair
Mercy Madrid
Enrique Martinez
Cruz Javier Medina
Samar Mendoza
Joseph Ming
William Myers
Mary Pack
Eduardo Padilla
Andy Patina
The Rivera Family
Gina Rubin
Violette Skaggs
Lucy Tamayo
Alicia Tinnirello
Amh Tran
Alicia Valle
Emilio Valle
Anna VanTassel
Angie Verdun
Ilian Villarreal
Alejandro Virgen
Miguel Angel Virgen
Alex Wilright
Ralph Wilson
Doris Wilson
A father carries pictures where his money used to be
A Message from Father Roberto
Thanks to Adela Madeiros for sewing the new purificators
(the cloths we use to wipe the communion cups at Mass)
and the new curtains for the rectory kitchen. And thanks to
Nancy Sanchez, our new coordinator of liturgical environment
(decorating the church). Both of you are amazing and
generous artists! God bless you!
Dominican Nuns Rosary Booklet
Our Dominican cloistered nuns in Menlo Park have put together a lovely little booklet on the
Rosary in honor of the 800th anniversary of our Dominican Order this year. The booklets contain
a brief reflection and various intentions for each of the mysteries. The booklets are located on the
bookshelves at the north and south exits of the church.
The Big Picture
Perhaps you are familiar with the style of imagery below. It is a picture made up of a mosaic of smaller
pictures. The big picture, as you can see, is the face of Jesus. To me this is a great analogy for our
Christian lives. You and I are like the little pictures that, together, make up the bigger picture. Each of us
is unique and brings something special to the Body of Christ and to the world. As Blessed Cardinal John
Henry Newman said:
“God has created me to do Him some definite service. He
has committed some work to me which He has not committed
to another. I have my mission…I am a link in a chain, a bond
of connection between persons. He has not created me for
naught. I shall do good; I shall do His work.” And so, each of us
is important and loved uniquely and infinitely by our God.
Nevertheless, by ourselves, we are only a small part of the
big picture, and this is something we have to keep in mind.
Unfortunately, too often, we can lose track of the bigger picture
and focus only on ourselves, on our little corner of the world, on
our needs and wants and agenda. The bigger picture is always
the kingdom of God. This is what Jesus preached again and
again. How many times did he say in the gospels: “The kingdom of God is among you?”
Jesus continually had to remind his disciples of that bigger picture. And he continually fought with
the Jewish religious leaders because they kept focusing on the smaller picture of their petty rules and
regulations, of their own religious observances, of their agenda, of who was a sinner and unworthy, etc.
Jesus wanted them to see the bigger picture of God’s kingdom, of love and compassion. This is why at
one point he angrily said to them: “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You pay tithes of
mint, dill, and cummin, but you have disregarded the weightier matters of the Law: justice, mercy, and
faithfulness. You blind guides! You strain out a gnat but swallow a camel.” (Matthew 23:23-24).
All of us can fall into the same temptation of focusing on something petty instead of on what
is most important – the bigger picture. One of the reasons our Catholic saints were saints is because
they continually remembered to focus on the bigger picture instead of on themselves and their smaller
picture. In order for God’s bigger picture – the kingdom of God – to develop in our world, sometimes we
have to let go of our little piece of the picture; we all need a perspective outside ourselves. I don’t know
about you, but sometimes I want to impose my agenda on God; I want to make my little picture the big
picture. I have to remember that God’s kingdom is the bigger picture, not me and my agenda, not my
family, not my tribe or ethnic group or country, not even my Church! So, in what ways do you and I have
to let go of our “little picture” so that God’s bigger picture – the kingdom of God – can come more
sharply into focus for us and for others?
Vacation Bible School
Join our Pilgrimage
Celebrate the 800th Jubilee
of the Dominican Order on
pilgrimage with
Fr. Roberto Corral, OP
October 9-21, 2016
June 20th – June 24th, 2016
6:00pm. – 8:30pm
Preschool (4 by July 1st) to 6th grade
$40 per child
(Includes VBS theme T-Shirt)
Download the registration form from our website.
Holy Rosary Pro-Life Group
Baby Bottle Fundraiser
Holy Rosary Pro-Life Group is launching its
second “Baby Bottle” Campaign this coming
Father’s Day, June 19th, 2016.
*Save your change for our local pregnancy
center & Gabriel Project
*Save your change to purchase pro-life
educational materials and outreach for our
Fill the handed–out baby bottles up
with your change, bills or check.
Bring your filled bottles back to the
church or rectory on or before July
31, 2016.
This will also be a great reminder &
opportunity for those who have not
returned their bottles from last year’s
campaign. Your help will be greatly
Come be a Pilgrim with Us
Once when Jesus was praying in solitude, and the
disciples were with him, he said to them, “But who
do you say that I am?”
Luke 9:18a,20a
The pilgrimage is first of all a time of prayer and
thanksgiving to God for having given the Church
the Holy Father Dominic, founder of the Order of
the Preachers.
For more details call 925.890.0119 or go to: www.
Gabriel Project
Gabriel Project is Holy Rosary’s newest
ministry of mercy
Focusing on Mothers in need.
We are currently collecting the following
New and gently used items
Baby girl clothes
Baby boy clothes
Small baby items
Please leave items labeled Gabriel Project at the rectory
Feast Day 2016
JUNE 19-27, 2016 6:00 PM
Holy Rosary Youth and Young Adult Ministry
Ministerio Juvenil De Holy Rosary
Youth Summer Program
Has already begun, you can still join us
Wednesdays at 7pm
Programa Juvenil de Verano
ya Comienzó, unite a nosotros los
Miércoles a las 7pm
In the Life house / En la Casa Juvenil
Also includes field trips, BBQ’s, Movie
Nights, Retreat and more fun…
TeenHouse Renovation
Renovación de Casa Juvenil
We are almost done thanks to all
the community and their generous
help and donations. We are still
missing some items. We are looking
for the following donations:
New or Used in good condition.
Ya casi esta terminada gracias a toda la
ayuda de la comunidad y sus generosas
donaciones. Todavia nos faltan algunas
cosas. Estamos buscando donaciones de
las siguientes cosas: Nuevas o usadas en
buena condición.
• Vertical Blinds: Persianas Verticales-Rail
6ft Wide — Slats 82” Tall
• Screen Door — 30” W 79.5”H
• Cash Donations also accepted /
Donaciones en efectivo aceptadas
Thank you! Gracias!
Follow us:
Do you want to help change the lives?
Are you in love with your Catholic
Faith and want to share it with others?
Do you have gifts you want to share
with your Church family?
Consider Volunteering today. Go to www.hryaya.
org and fill out a Volunteer Interest sheet turn it
in at the rectory or call 925-757-9515 and ask for
Lizette for more info.
Holy Rosary Youth and Young Adult Ministry
For more information regarding Youth and Young Adult Ministry please contact Lizette
Suarez at 925-757-9515 x 48 or 925-967-4503; [email protected] or visit our
website at www.hryaya.org.
"Venga y sea un peregrino con nosotros."
Celebra el 800° Jubiléo de
la orden Dominicana en la
peregrinación con el
Padre Roberto Corral, OP
Octubre 9-21, 2016
En una ocasión cuando Jesús estaba orando
en soledad, y los discípulos estaban con él,
les dijo: "Y ustedes, ¿quién dicen que soy
Lucas 9:18A,20a
La peregrinación es ante todo un momento
de oración y acción de gracias a Dios por
haber dado a la Iglesia nuestro Padre Santo
Domingo, fundador de la orden de los
Viernes 24 de Junio, 2016: MISA DE
¿Dónde? Iglesia del Santo Rosario
¿Hora? 7:30pm
¿Celebrante? El P. José Corral
Ministerio Musical: “Unción del Espíritu Santo”
Sábado 9 de Julio, 2016: SANDY CALDERA
Gran Concierto y Testimonio de Fe
Hora Santa y Oración de Intercesión
¿Hora? 5pm—9pm
¿Dónde? Dominican Hall de Holy Rosary
Donación: $15.00; Cupo Limitado
Boletos: Grupo Carismático
Sábado 13 de Agosto: Gimnacio de Holy Rosary
¿Hora? 8:30 am—6:00pm
*Tres Grandes Temas*
Donación: $20 Incluye Comida
Lecturas De La Semana
2 Re 17:5-8, 13-15a, 18; Sal 60 (59):3-5, 12-13; Mt 7:1-5
2 Re 19:9b-11, 14-21, 31-35a, 36; Sal 48 (47):2-4, 10-11; Mt 7:6, 12-14
2 Re 22:8-13; 23:1-3; Sal 119 (118):33-37, 40; Mt 7:15-20
2 Re 24:8-17; Sal 106 (105):1b-5; Mt 7:21-29
Vigilia: Jer 1:4-10; Sal 71 (70):1-6, 15, 17;
1 Pe 1:8-12; Lc 1:5-17
Día: Is 49:1-6; Sal 139 (138):1-3, 13-15;
Hch 13:22-26; Lc 1:57-66, 80
Lam 2:2, 10-14, 18-19; Sal 74 (73):1b-7, 20-21; Mt 8:15-17
1 Re 19:16b, 19-21; Sal 16 (15):1-2, 5, 7-11;
Gal 5:1, 13-18; Lc 9:51-62
La Cofradía del Santo Rosario
La Cofradía del Santo Rosario es un grupo
de hombres y mujeres de la Iglesia Católica
comprometidos con el rezo del Santo
Rosario. Mediante la contemplación de los
misterios de Cristo bajo la guía de la Virgen
María, sus miembros rezan en grupo o
individualmente. A sus intenciones unen
las intenciones y necesidades de todos
los miembros pasados y presentes de la
Cofradía y por ser parte de este grupo les
son concedidas beneficios e indulgencias.
Domingo 14 de Agosto: Dominican Hall
Desayuno y Tema con Fernando Casanova
¿Hora? 8:30—11:30 am
Donación: $10 Incluye Desayuno
Boletos: Grupo Carismático
Informes: Herminio y Rosa Ríos (925) 756-2747
Un padre lleva fotos allí donde solía llevar su dinero.
Un Mensaje de Padre Roberto
Gracias a Adela Medeiros por coser los nuevos purificadores (las telas que usan para limpiar las
copas de comunión en la Misa) y las nuevas cortinas para la cocina en la rectoría. Y gracias a Nancy
Sánchez, nuestra nueva coordinadora del ambiente litúrgico (decoración de la iglesia). ¡Las dos son
artistas increíbles y generosas! ¡Dios las bendiga!
El Cuadro Grande
Tal vez estás familiarizado con el estilo de la imagen a continuación. Es una imagen formada por un mosaico de imágenes
pequeñas. El cuadro grande, como se puede ver, es el rostro
de Jesús. Para mí esto es una gran analogía para nuestra vida
cristiana. Tú y yo somos como los pequeños cuadros que, en
conjunto, conforman el cuadro más grande. Cada uno de
nosotros es único y aporta algo especial para el Cuerpo de
Cristo y para el mundo. Como dijo el Beato Cardenal John
Henry Newman:
“Dios me ha creado para rendirle algún servicio definido. Ha cometido algún trabajo para mí, que él
no se ha comprometido a otro. Tengo mi misión...Soy un eslabón de una cadena, un vínculo de conexión entre las personas. No me ha creado para la nada. Voy a hacer el bien; Voy a hacer su trabajo.” Y así, cada uno de nosotros es importante y amado de forma única e infinitamente por nuestro
Sin embargo, por nosotros mismos, somos sólo una pequeña parte del cuadro grande, y esto es
algo que tenemos que tener en cuenta. Por desgracia, a menudo, podemos perder de vista el panorama más amplio y centrarnos sólo en nosotros mismos, en nuestro pequeño rincón del mundo,
en nuestras necesidades y deseos y agenda. El cuadro
más grande es siempre el reino de Dios. Esto es lo que
Jesús predicó una y otra vez. ¿Cuántas veces dijo en los
evangelios: “El reino de Dios está entre ustedes?”
Jesús continuamente tenía que recordar a sus discípulos de ese cuadro más grande. Y él continuamente
luchó con los líderes religiosos judíos porque ellos
seguían centrándose en el cuadro más pequeño de sus
reglas y reglamentos, de sus propias prácticas religiosas, de su agenda, de quién era pecador e indigno, etc.
Jesús quería que vieran el cuadro más grande del reino
de Dios, del amor y de la compasión. Es por esto que
en un momento dijo con enojo a ellos: “¡Ay de ustedes,
maestros de la Ley y fariseos, que son unos hipócritas!
Ustedes pagan el diezmo hasta sobre la menta, el anís y el
comino, pero no cumplen la Ley en lo que realmente tiene
peso: la justicia, la misericordia y la fe… ¡Guías ciegos! Ustedes cuelan un mosquito, pero se tragan
un camello” (Mateo 23, 23-24).
Todos nosotros podemos caer en la misma tentación de centrarnos en algo insignificante en lugar
de en lo que es más importante – el cuadro más grande. Una de las razones que nuestros santos
católicos eran santos se debe a que continuamente se acordaron centrarse en el cuadro más grande
en lugar de sobre sí mismos y su cuadro más pequeño. Para que el cuadro más grande de Dios –
el reino de Dios – se desarrolle en nuestro mundo, a veces tenemos que dejar a un lado nuestro
pequeño pedazo del cuadro; todos necesitamos una perspectiva fuera de nosotros mismos. No sé
de ti, pero a veces quiero imponer mi agenda sobre Dios; quiero hacer de mi pequeño cuadro el
cuadro grande. Tengo que recordar que el reino de Dios es el cuadro más grande, no yo y mi agenda, ni mi familia, ni mi tribu ni mi grupo étnico ni mi país, ¡ni siquiera mi Iglesia! Por lo tanto, ¿de qué
manera tenemos que dejar a un lado nuestro “cuadro pequeño” para que el cuadro más grande de
Dios – el reino de Dios – pueda resplandecer más claramente para nosotros y para los demás?
Friday Night with Jesus
Theology on Tap
English/Spanish: In Unity/En Unidad
“Friday Night With Jesus”
“Who Am I to Judge?: Catholics
and Homosexuality”
Where? Holy Rosary Church
1313 “A” St., Antioch, CA 94509
Enjoy dinner, a drink, and a
fascinating talk
When? Friday, June 24, 2016
What Time? 7:30 PM
Celebrant/Celebrante: Fr. José Corral (San
Choir/Coro: “Unción del Espíritu Santo”
Information: Herminio & Rosa Ríos (925) 756-2747
Wednesday July 13th
7:00 pm
La Pinata Resturant, Pittsburg
For adults 21-39
First drink is free when you
buy dinner
Job Opening at St. Peter Martyr
Secretary Position Available at St. Peter
Martyr School
St. Peter Martyr School in Pittsburg has an
opening for a full time secretary. Interested
persons may send resumé to St. Peter Martyr
School, 425 West Fourth St., Pittsburg, CA
94565. For further information call the school
office at 925-439-1014.
This is a 12 month, full time position with
salary based on experience according to
diocesan guidelines. Knowledge of Apple/
Macintosh systems as well as Word, Excel,
PowerSchool, and Filemaker is preferred
or willingness to learn. Is responsible for
the efficient operation of the school office
for the performance of secretarial, clerical,
and receptionist duties related to the office
including: Attendance, Student Records,
minor First Aid, and Bookkeeping (accounts
receivable and tuition).
"Missionaries of Mercy ...
Be Spirit Filled"
Trusting in God's Infinite Mercy
Fr. Jerry Brown, Pastor
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
7:00 p.m - 8:30 p.m
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
500 Fairview Ave, Brentwood
For more info contact Sandra Martinez
510-267-8371 or [email protected]
World Wide Marriage Encounter
As Christ’s sons and daughters we are
called to be imitators of Him; to die to our
selfish, self-centered ways and follow him.
The next Worldwide Marriage
Encounter Weekends are
August 5-7 or Nov. 18-20.
Early registration, 4 to 6 weeks out is
highly recommended.
For more information contact Mike
& Jeanne @ 925.672.2016 or Joe &
Sue @ 925.680.7767 now or go to
Weekends are presented in the
Pleasanton/Dublin area
Sunday: Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time;
Father’s Day; Julian Calendar Pentecost
Monday: Summer begins
Tuesday: St. Aloysius Gonzaga
St. Paulinus of Nola; Ss. John Fisher and Thomas More
Friday: The Nativity of St. John the Baptist
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary

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