Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Sanctuary of St. Toribio Romo

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Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Sanctuary of St. Toribio Romo
Sts. Peter and Paul
Catholic Church
Sanctuary of
St. Toribio Romo
Iglesia Católica de
San Pedro y San Pablo
Santuario Santo Toribio Romo
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Peter and Paul Catholic Church Tulsa, OK
Sts. Peter & Paul
Church
1419 N. 67th E. Ave.,
Tulsa, Ok 74115
Rev. Timothy L. Davison, Pastor
Rev. Jeff Fasching, Associate Pastor
Tommy Young, Deacon (Ret.)
Patrick Martin, School Principal
Maria Walsh, School Secretary
Gayle Casey, Parish Secretary
Karen Campbell, Director of Religious Education
Parish Office 918-836-2596
Fax 918-836-2597
Rectory 918-933-4272
School Office 918-836-2165
School Fax 918-836-3607
Pre-School 918-836-3114
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stspeterandpaul-tulsa.org
WEEKEND MASSES/DOMINGOS
Saturday
6:00 p.m. (English)
Sunday
9:00 a.m. (English)
10:30 a.m. (Latin)
12:30 p.m. (Español)
6:00 p.m. (Español)
WEEKDAY MASSES/MISAS DIARIAS
Monday-Saturday
8:30 a.m. (English)
Mon., T., Th.
7:00 a.m. (Latin)
Tues.- Thurs.
7:00 p.m. (Español)
ADORATION/ADORACION
Tuesday 12:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Thursday 12:00 - 10:00 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE/CONFESIONES
Tuesday
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday
4:00—5:00 p.m.
Sunday
8:30 - 8:50 a.m.
12:00 - 12: 20 p.m.
5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
From the Pastor
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Each year since the beginning of the 1900’s there
has been an annual octave of Prayer for Christian
Unity. This Sunday is designated as “Ecumenical
Sunday.” It is a reminder to the whole Christian
family to pray to Jesus to take away from us the
scourge of our divisions as Christians. It is a scandal that we are separated from one another since
Christ established one church and prayed fervently
the night before He died for the unity of the
Church. He knew that Satan who always seeks to
divide would try over and over again to bring dissension within the household of the church. And
even from the earliest years of the church Satan did
his work of trying to introduce false doctrines and
confusion into the teaching of the church. He is a
constant menace and since the 1500’s was successful in creating deep divisions within the Christian
ranks. Those who protested against certain teachings of the Catholic Church became known as
“protestants.” Each year there are even more divisions within the ranks of protestants so that now
there are upwards of 40,000 different sects within
Protestantism. It will only be through God’s grace
that healing and unity can come to the Church. The
Catholic Church is like a good mother who always
seeks to unite her family. That is why we as Catholics cannot be satisfied with the status quo but must
always pray and work actively to bring all Christians together into one, holy, Catholic and apostolic
Church. The Catholic Church was founded by
Christ upon the faith of the Apostles and will continue until the end of time but we must invite our
separated brothers and sisters to return to their
mother. Let us offer our Mass this Sunday for that
intention. The week of prayer for Christian Unity
started January 18th and will conclude tomorrow,
on the Feast of the conversion of St. Paul the Apostle. Since St. Paul is one of our heavenly patrons it
would be good to remember his Feast day
January 24, 2016
tomorrow even if we cannot come to the 7:00 a.m.
or 8:30 a.m. Mass.
St. Toribio Chapel
Some of you have undoubtedly seen the interior of
the St. Toribio Chapel by now. It is almost completed. When the new tabernacle arrives from Italy
and the altar cloths are made and the altar itself is
completed and the image of St. Toribio installed
above the altar and the holy monogram of Jesus is
placed in the highest space above the altar we
should be ready for the blessing!! Maybe by the
time you read this letter some of those things will
have been put in place. The blessing is still scheduled for Thursday, February 25th at 5:00 p.m. All
are welcome to attend the special Mass with
Bishop Slattery and Bishop Flores and the reception afterwards. But, we still have to find more
money because as of 1-7-16 we still owe
$76,655.00. One or two thousand comes in almost
every week and I would hope that we continue to
donate until it is paid for completely. It will be a
huge burden lifted from my mind when it is finished because it has been a struggle to get the
chapel constructed as you know. So be generous
please and let’s keep giving until the bill is paid.
The chapel will be a place of constant prayer if we
are able to get perpetual adoration started. I have
invited a priest from Columbia to come and help us
organize perpetual adoration. He will be here the
week of March 5th through the 12th. Details of his
visit and of the Masses etc. will be coming and so
please keep reading the bulletin so you’ll know
what is going on with regard to Father’s visit. His
name is Father Jose del Carmen. Let us keep him
in our prayers as he is undoubtedly under attack
from our Enemy because of the great work that he
is doing for God. If all goes as hoped we will initiate perpetual adoration on Divine Mercy Sunday
which will be April 3rd. It was 12 years ago that
we first initiated weekly confessions during the
week and started some of the adoration hours.
Ash Wednesday
Let us prepare for the beginning of Lent which
falls on Wednesday, February 10th. Lent comes
early this year. Our Mass schedule for Ash
Wednesday will be 6:30 a.m. Latin Low Mass/,
8:30 a.m. School Mass/, 10:30 a.m. Latin sung
Mass/, 5:30 p.m. English Mass/, 7:00 p.m Spanish
Mass and 8:30 p.m. Spanish Service with distribution of ashes. Ash Wednesday is a day of prayer
and fasting. Adults aged 18-59 inclusive are bound
to the law of the fast. On the days of Fast only one
meal is allowed. Two other meatless meals, sufficient to maintain strength may be taken according
to one’s needs, but together they should not equal
another full meal. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are observed as days of abstinence as well as
fast. Eating between meals is not permitted, but
liquids, including milk and fruit juices are permitted. Abstinence from meat is to be observed by
those 14 years of age and older on Ash Wednesday and on all Fridays of Lent.
Fridays of Lent
This year English Stations of the Cross will begin
at 5:30 p.m. on all Fridays of Lent except Good
Friday which has a special schedule. The simple
Lenten dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. Donations
are accepted for the poor. At 7:00 p.m. Spanish
Stations of the Cross will be held. Parish groups
are responsible for the Lenten dinners and all are
welcome to attend. Fridays are days of abstinence
for anyone 14 years of age and older. The first Friday of Lent is February 12th.
The Sisters from El Salvador
Three sisters have been selected from the Hijas del
Divino Salvador from El Salvador and they are in
the process of getting their religious work visas.
This process takes some time but they are hopeful
that very soon they’ll be here to begin their work
in our parish. Please pray that all goes well for
them in this process. Their convent is ready whenever they arrive.
Thank you for your attention to these happenings
around the parish and for your involvement in the
life of our community. God bless each of you.
Sincerely yours,
Father Timothy Davison
Inviting all high school and
college girls to come visit the
order of
Franciscan Sisters of the
Martyr St. George
In Alton, IL
January 30 thru February 1, 2016
We will leave Saturday morning January 30th at
8:00 a.m. from Christ the King Church and return
the evening of Monday, February 1st around 7:00
p.m. There is no cost for this trip. Fr. Brian
O’Brien, Fr. Elkin Gonzalez, and Caitlyn Benedict
will lead the trip. RSVP to Fr. Brian O’Brien in
person or email him at [email protected]
Tulsa School Choice Expo
There is an event coming up in Tulsa called the
Tulsa School Choice Expo in which many Catholic Schools will be participating. The event will be
held on January 28th at the Greenwood Cultural
Center with the purpose of educating parents about
their choices of schools in the Tulsa area.
What: Tulsa School Choice Expo
When: January 28th, 6pm-8pm
Where: Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120
Why: At the Tulsa School Choice Expo you’ll
learn about education options including the charter, private, faith-based, magnet online, and
neighborhood schools available for the 2016-17
school year.
Vendors supportive of education also will have
exhibits.
Bring the whole family for this fun, festive showcase of Tulsa’s schools. Parents and students, plan
to learn about open house dates, applications, and
enrollment processes.
Door prizes!
For more information, call ChoiceMatters at 405360-1200
Free Parking. Free Admission.
Sacrament of Penance and
Reconciliation: God is Rich in Mercy
An Examination of Conscience
How do you train your conscience? God’s
Word has provided us with the Ten Commandments for examining our consciences, as well as
the Sermon on the Mount (see Mt 5-7)., The Duties
of Christians ( Rom 12-15), and St. Pauls’ Hymn to
Love (1 Cor 13).
Using the Ten Commandments to
Examine Your Conscience
5. You Shall not Kill
You shall shun murder, scandal,
hatred, and vindictive anger. Jesus asks you to be
for life. Vindictive anger, hatred, and scandal tempt
us to be against life. Abortion, murder and other
forms of violence require us to respond by affirming life. What has been your attitude to the sanctity of life?
Prayer Intentions of Pope Francis
January
Universal: That sincere dialogue
among men and women of different
faiths may produce the fruits of peace
and justice.
Evangelization: That by means of dialogue and
fraternal charity, and with the grace of the Holy
Spirit, Christians may overcome divisions.
The University of Oklahoma
College of Medicine
Dr, Frances Wen at OU is conducting a study concerning why seniors who might be having trouble
living independently refuse in-home services that
could help them. The study is funded through a National Institutes of Health grant titled: “When They
Say No: Older Adults’ Perspective of Home-andCommunity-Based Services”. We would like to
offer seniors who are 65 or older and who have had
to consider using these services an opportunity to
participate in this study. We offer compensation for
participants’ time and travel. Please contact Samuel Kirzner, Research Assistant at 918- 619-4754
or [email protected]
Ordinary Form:: 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Extraordinary Form: Septuagesima Sunday
Lectors January 24th
P. Hardesty & E. Bell
Contributions for January 10th
Checks and envelopes
Cash
First Offering
Total
Year to Date
Capital Improvement
St. Toribio Building Fund
Poor
4476.00
1948.71
85.00
6509.71
164,639.25
80.00
990.00
65.00
Ireland / England Pilgrimage June 5-18, 2016
Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy
Information Meeting January 26
Fr. Matt Gerlach, Pastor of St. Pius X, Tulsa,
Oklahoma, invites you to seek God's mercy on
this pilgrimage of faith to Ireland/England, June
5-18, 2016. You will travel the footsteps of St.
Patrick, Lough Derg, Croagh Patrick, Armagh,
visit the Marian Shrine of Knock, Giants Causeway, and Dublin. Travel with the group to England to visit London, Bath, Canterbury, Ely and
so much more. You are welcome to attend an
informational meeting about the pilgrimage on
Sunday, January 26, 2016 at 2:PM at the St. Pius
Parish Hall, 1727 South 75th East Ave.
For additional information please call Catholic
Travel Today 918-237-5373.
Diocesan Development Fund (DDF)
The 2016 Diocesan Development Fund (DDF)
Appeal begins this week, with Bishop Slattery’s
appeal letter beginning to arrive at registered
household in the parishes throughout the diocese.
The programs, services and ministries funded by
DDF serve the spiritual, educational and pastoral
needs of thousands of Catholic families. Registered parishioners will receive a letter of appealmfrom Bishop Slattery. Those who have yet
to register, will have the opportunity to give on
January 30-31. Please be as generous as your
means allow.
Jan. 25th - Jan. 30th
Mon. 7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
Hastreiter Family
Extension Society
Tues. 7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
7:00 pm
Extension Society
Lynn Reed
Jerry Loney
Wed. 8:30 a.m.
Katrina Rosenberg
Thurs. 7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
7:00 p.m.
Francis Patrick Brady +
Shannon Reed
Christi Putnam
Fri.
8:30 a.m.
Amanda McLean
Sat.
8:30 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
Dana Stapleton
Abby Milam
Myrtle Dibble, Rolling Hills, Catoosa;
Dana Petrilla, Frances Strietel Villa;
Lelia Romine, Franciscan Villa; Belle
Conner, The Parke and Ada Gonzalez.
Members who are ill and/or homebound:
Owen Campbell, Rita Tilman, Colleen Young,
Andrea Knepp, Dolores Gonzalez , Debbie Dismang, Allan Knepp, Imogene Dismang, Patrick
Kipf , Ben Callicoat and Megan Brungardt.
To make changes in this list, please call Gayle at
the office, 918-836-2596.
Needed for the Convent:
Twin bedspread
3 sets of twin sheets
6 twin size blankets
For more information call Trish 918-527-5022.
Informaciones Generales
Párroco: Rev. Timothy Davison
Vicario: Rev. Jeff Fasching
Oficina Parroquial:918-836-2596
Fax: 918-836-2597
Rectoría:918-933-4272
Oficina de la Escuela 918-836-2165
Fax de la escuela 918-836-3607
Kinder 918-836-3114
Correo electrónico:
[email protected]
Sitio web: www.stspeterandpaul-tulsa.org
Misas en Español
Martes a jueves:
Domingo
7:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
Confesiones
Martes
4:00-5:00 p.m.
Jueves
4:00-5:00 p.m.
Media hora antes de cada Misa
Adoración
Martes
12:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Jueves
12:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Adoración toda la noche el primer viernes de cada mes.
Preparación Pre-Matrimonial:
Llamar 918-836-2596 para una cita con el padre
Después de la cita llame a Miguel & Matilde de
la Torre 4-9:00 pm 918-933-4365 para las clases.
Clase Pre-Bautismal
Cada domingo , Salón Madre Teresa, después de
la Misa de 12:30 pm
Quinceañeras
Sábado, Salón Madre Teresa, 4:00-5:00 PM. Llame a Carolina Gutiérrez: 835-7617
Catecismo para Niños
Martes- Preparación Sacramental
6-7:30 PM
Miércoles- Clases De Educación Religiosa 6-7:30
PM
RICA para Adultos (18 años +)
Domingo 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. Salón Madre Teresa
Luis & Remedios Rivas 407-5095
Grupo de Oración
Miércoles, 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Capillita
Del Párroco:
Queridos hermanos y hermanas,
Semana de Oración por la Unidad Cristiana
Cada año desde el comienzo de los años 1900 ha
tenido lugar una octava de Oración por la Unidad
Cristiana. Este domingo es designado el “Domingo
Ecuménico”. Es un recordatorio a toda la familia
cristiana a rezar a Jesús a quitar de nosotros el mal
de la división entre cristianos. Es un escándalo que
estamos separados, como Cristo estableció una
Iglesia y rezo con fervor la noche antes de su
muerte por la unidad de la Iglesia. El sabia que Satanás, quien siempre trata de dividirnos trataría una
y otra vez a traer disensión en la casa de la Iglesia.
Desde los primero años de la Iglesia Satanás hizo
su trabajo tratando de introducir doctrinas falsas y
confusión a las enseñanzas de la Iglesia. El es una
amenaza constante y desde los años de 1500 ha
tenido éxito en produciendo divisiones profundas
en el pueblo cristiano. Aquellos que protestaron
ciertas enseñanzas llegaron a ser conocidos como
“Protestantes”. Cada año hay más divisiones entre
las filas de los protestantes y hoy en día existen
unos 40,000 diferentes grupos de protestantes. La
sanación y la unidad vendrán a la Iglesia solamente
a través de la gracia de Dios. La Iglesia Católica es
como una madre que siempre trata de unir su familia. Por eso nosotros como católicos no podemos
estar satisfechos con el statu quo pero debemos
siempre orar y trabajar activamente a unir todos los
cristianos en una, santa, católica y apostólica Iglesia. La Iglesia Católica fue establecida por Cristo
sobre la fe de los Apóstoles y continuara hasta el
fin de tiempo pero necesitamos invitar a nuestros
hermanos y hermanas separados a regresar a su
madre. Ofrecemos la Misa este domingo por esa
intención. La semana de Oración por la Unidad
Cristiana comenzó el 18 de enero y terminara mañana, la Fiesta de la Conversión de San Pablo el
Apóstol. Como San Pablo es uno de nuestros santos patrones seria bueno recordar su Fiesta mañana
aunque tal vez no podemos asistir a la Misa de las
7:00 a.m. o de las 8:30 a.m.
El Santuario de Santo Toribio
Algunos de ustedes sin duda han visto el interior
de la capillita. Esta casi completa. Estaremos listos
por la bendición cuando llega el altar de Italia, las
telas del altar están hechas, y cuando el santo monograma de Jesús esta colocado en el sitio más alto
sobre el altar. Tal vez cuando leen esta carta algunos de esos proyectos ya tendrán lugar. La bendición esta programada para el 25 de febrero a las
5:00 p.m. Todos están invitados a asistir a la Misa
especial que estará ofrecida por el Obispo Slattery
y el Obispo Flores y al convivio después. Pero,
todavía nos falta fondos. Debemos $76,655.00.
Recibimos unos un o dos mil cada semana en donaciones y ojala que siguen donando hasta que
hemos pagado todo. Eso será una carga muy pesada levantada de mi mente cuando este proyecto
esta cumplido como ha sido una lucha enorme como ustedes sepan. Así que favor siguen donando
generosamente. La capilla será un lugar de oración
continua si podemos establecer adoración perpetua. He invitado un cura de Colombia a venir a
ayudarnos a organizar esta adoración perpetua. El
quedara con nosotros del 5 al 12 de marzo. Favor
continuar leyendo el boletín para los detalles de su
visita. Se llama Padre José del Carmen. Oremos
por él como seguramente esta bajo ataque del Enemigo a causa del trabajo tan importante que él
hace por Dios. Si tenemos éxito iniciaremos adoración perpetua el Domingo de la divina Misericordia que es el 3 de abril. Hace 12 años que iniciábamos confesiones entre semana y empezábamos
algunas de las horas de adoración.
Miércoles de Ceniza
Debemos prepararnos bien por el comienzo de
Cuaresma que cae miércoles, el 10 de febrero.
Cuaresma viene muy temprano este año. Nuestro
horario de Misas de Miércoles de Ceniza: 6:30
a.m. Misa en latín, 8:30 a.m. Misa en inglés con la
escuela, 10:30 a.m. Misa Solemne en latín, 7:00
pm Misa en español y 8:30 p.m. Servicio en español de distribución de cenizas. Miércoles de Ceniza es un día de orar y de ayunar. Adultos de edades 18-59 inclusive deben obedecer las reglas de
ayunar. Se permite solamente una comida completa. otras pequeñas “snacks” sin carne están permitidas para mantener salud. Miercoles de Ceniza y
Viernos Santo son observados como días de ayunar y de abstener. No se permite comer entre
comidas pero si se permite líquidos como leche y
jugos de fruta. Los con 14 años cumplidos deben
abstener de comer carne Miércoles de Ceniza y
todos los viernes durante Cuaresma.
Viernes durante Cuaresma
Este año la Vía Crucis en inglés tendrá lugar a las
5:30 pm todos los viernes de Cuaresma menos
Viernes Santo cuando hay un horario especial. La
cena de los pobres se llevara a cabo a las 6:00 p.m.
y se aceptara donaciones por los necesitados. La
Vía Crucis en español será a las 7:00 p.m. Los
grupos parroquianos son los encargados de las cenas y todos están invitados.
Hermanas de El Salvador
Tres hermanas han sido elegidas de las Hijas del
Divino Salvador en El Salvador y están en el proceso de obtener sus visas religiosas. Este proceso
toma tiempo pero esperan estar aquí pronto. Favor
oren por ellas. El convento ya esta listo para su
llegada.
Dios bendiga todos ustedes.
Padre Timothy Davison
Lectores, Monaguillos
24 de enero
Misa de las 12;30 PM
Primera: Rosario Hinojosa
Salmo: Norma Urquiza
Segunda: Angélica Pérez
Oraciones: Reyna Bustos
Monaguillos: Jorge Estebane, Miguel Moreno,
Luis & Edgar Muñoz, Leo Ávila, Christopher López
Misa de las 6:00 PM
Primera: Norma Rodríguez
Segunda: Raúl Contreras
Oraciones: Laura Hinojosa
Monaguillos: Adrián de Santiago, Yair Torres,
Angel Vargas
Oraciones de Misa del Papa Francisco Enero
Universal: Que dialogo sincero entre hombres y
mujeres de diferente fe prodúzcalos frutos de la
paz y la
justicia.
Evangelización: Que por medio de dialogo y de
la caridad fraternal, con la gracia del Espíritu Santo, cristianos puedan superar los divisiones.

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