Saint Therese Catholic Church

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Saint Therese Catholic Church
Saint Therese
Catholic
Church
MARCH 6, 2016
The Very Reverend Gregory P. Lowchy, VF
Pastor - Ext. 12
The Reverend Paul Brant, SJ , Parochial Vicar
Sister Martha Alvarado, HSMG
Ministerio Hispano - Ext. 17
Deacon Michel DuSablon
Parish Office
Hours: 9:00am - 2:45pm Monday-Friday
Address: 700 Nash Street Northeast
Wilson, North Carolina 27893-3047
Phone: 252-237-3019
252-237-2042 (FAX)
E-mail: [email protected]
Carmelite House: 610 Nash Street Northeast
Website: sttheresewilson.com
The Divine Liturgy
Sunday Obligation:
Saturday: 5:30pm
Sunday: 8:30am, 11:00am
Sunday: in Spanish: 1:30pm, 4:30pm
Holy Day (except Christmas and New Year):
Holy Day: 8:30am, 12:10pm and 7pm
Weekday:
12:10pm Mondays and Tuesdays (in the Church)
8:30am Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
(in the Chapel except First Friday is in the Church)
7:30pm Wednesdays in Spanish (in the Church)
9am Saturdays (in the Church)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction
Wednesdays and Fridays after Mass until 11am.
First Friday of each month at 7pm.
Mrs. Barbra Matrejek Administrative Assistant - Ext. 10
[email protected]
Mrs. Yolanda Craven Financial Administrator - Ext. 16
[email protected]
Mr. Mark N. Peterson
Organist/Choirmaster
Mrs. Louise Bellavance
Religious Education—Ext. 11
[email protected]
Kindergarten through 12th grade
Sundays 9:45am - 10:45am or 3pm—4pm or
Wednesdays 7pm-8pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 4:15pm - 5pm or by appointment.
Sacrament of Baptism
Parents must be registered members of the Parish and in
full communion with the Roman Catholic Church.
Participation in the Pre-Baptismal Program is required.
Parents must register by calling the parish office.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Arrangements must be made with the Pastor at least
six months in advance.
Participation in The Pre-Cana Program is required.
Sacrament of Anointing
The sacrament is celebrated upon request prior to
surgery or at the time of illness.
Please notify the Parish office of the illness or
hospitalization of a parishioner.
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Please be reminded that the Blessed Sacrament is reserved in our Church.
It is customary & appropriate to genuflect when entering and before leaving the Church.
Conversation before or during the Divine Liturgy is neither necessary nor acceptable, it
should take place outside the Church proper.
We also ask that you please do not leave the Liturgy until the final hymn is sung.
To all visitors to St.
Therese Church:
Order of Mass #229
Welcome!
Mass of the Day #800
We are glad you
Bach
Prelude:
Hilf Gott, dass mir’s gelinge
have joined us today
and hope to see you
414
Processional:
Hear us, alm ighty L ord
again.
Responsorial Psalm:
Please contribute to the
atmosphere of reverence
during Mass by SILENCING
CELL PHONES and
depositing ALL GUM in the
TRASH BEFORE Mass
237A
Gospel Acclamation
starts.
Preparation of the Gifts:
510
I want to walk as a child of the light
SPECIAL NEEDS
Sanctus
348
If you have any special
needs regarding the
front
Memorial Acclamation: Save us, Savior of the world,
reception of the Holy
page C
for by your Cross and Resurrection you
Eucharist, such as being
have set us free.
physically unable to
350
Final Doxology
approach the Altar,
353
Agnus Dei
please tell the Usher.
Communion:
Jesus, rem em ber m e
423
YEAR OF MERCY
(11:00 Choir) Great Is Thy Faithfulness
Runyan
Recessional:
He healed the darkness of my mind
749
Postlude:
Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ
Bach
PLEASE RETURN THE PEOPLE PARTS OF THE
MASS CARDS TO THE USHERS AFTER MASS
FOR RE-USE AT OTHER MASSES.
Praying the Rosary:
The Knights of Columbus will
be leading the Rosary twentyfive minutes before all Masses
THIS weekend for the continued blessings of
our parish. Please make an effort to participate.
Leaders of the rosary are as follows:
March 5 5:30pm—Tom Boylan
March 6: 8:30am—Louis Clark
11:00am—Al & Stephen Germann
In observance of the Year of
Mercy, Deacon Michel will
lead the Chaplet of Divine
Mercy after all weekend
Masses he attends. He will start
at the conclusion of the
postlude music. Prayers are
found on page 7 of this
bulletin.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
AND SOUP SUPPER
Every Friday in Lent, we will
have the Stations of the Cross at
7pm preceded by a Soup Supper at
5:30pm in the school. Soup Suppers are open to all
parishioners and all are encouraged to
attend! Please join us for supper and
fellowship in the school gym.
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and those
in need of
prayer
3/5
Saturday
3/6
Sunday
9:00 am
5:30 pm
8:30 am
11:00 am
Peter Lawrence
James Anasti
Knights of Columbus
People of the Parish
1:30 pm
Mass in Spanish
4:30 pm
Mass in Spanish
3/7
Monday
12:10 pm
Stefania Wolchek
3/8
Tuesday
12:10 pm
Robert Alsager
3/9
Wednesday
8:30 am
Samuel Paul Johnson
8:30 pm
Mass in Spanish
3/10
Thursday
8:30 pm
Samuel Paul Johnson
3/11
Friday
8:30 am
Frank Gualtieri
3/12
Saturday
9:00 am
♥ Ronald Kohn
5:30 pm
John Joseph
Haggerty, Jr.
8:30 am
Anthony S. Matrejek
11:00 am
People of the Parish
1:30 pm
Mass in Spanish
4:30 pm
Mass in Spanish
3/13
Sunday
Indicates Deceased
♥ Indicates Living
Pray for
those serving
In Afghanistan:
Elver Duarte,
parishioner
Nicholas Lavallee,
grandson of
Georgianne Lavallee
In Guam:
Senior Master Sargent
Rick Schlachter,
son of Richard Schlachter
In Qatar: Staff Sergeant M arinella M ulingbayan,
daughter of Mr & Mrs Manuel Mulingbayan
In other locations:
Petty Officer Joshua Markham, son of Tracie Callahan
Virginia Andrews
Michael Arrand
Odell Batts ρ
Vivian Books
Mike Brake ρ
Isaac Cobb
Robert Crook
Rose Daugherty ρ
Johnny & Amber
Davison
Edith Dowling
Jerry Emerson, Jr
Jerry Emerson, Sr ρ
Trey Emerson
Marie Everett ρ
Solomon Gomes
Matthew Grepiotis
Donald Hawley
Scott Hayes
Billy Herring ρ
Heather Johnston
Bob Jones ρ
Sandra Karie
Ronald Kohn
Karen Kuntz
Kelly Landry
Michael Lavallee
Esther Ledezma
Dora Lee ρ
Daphne Lewis
Kevin McCauley
Dolores
McLaughlin ρ
Mary Anne Neitzelt ρ
Connie O’Neal
Mary Piccione ρ *
Charlene Pitman
Joe Powell
Stephen Ridout
Mike Risko
Jeannie Smith
Vivian Stieferman ρ
Patricia Tessnear ρ
Doris Then ρ
Darin Tourville
Darlene Truesdale
Kathryn Vanderford
Eleanore Williamsρ
Eric Wilkinson ρ
Mahalia
Witter-Merithew
Raymond Woishek
* indicates names were added this week,
ρ indicates parishioners
Names for the prayer list must be at the
request of, or approved by a family member.
They will remain on the prayer list for a period
of one month. If you would like to have a name
added, removed or retained, please call the
parish office.
Please remember in your
prayers the repose of the
soul of the recently deceased,
Jesus Raya Calderon, Sr., parishioner.
The parish community extends our
sympathies to the Raya family.
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LITURGICAL
MINISTERS’
SCHEDULE
For next weekend, March 12/13, 2016
Fifth Sunday of Lent —p. 1146
Sat—5:30pm
Readers.............. Bob Farris
Sun—8:30am
Gene Nemechek
Sun—11am
Richard Clark
Extraordinary Eileen Campbell
Ministers…..... Nancy Farris
Alice Lahnstein
Alice Risko
Jack Schimick
Jean Stolarik
Ushers……... Russ Campbell
Mary Schimick
Tom Christenberry
Morgan Dickerman
TJ & Teresa Nguyen
Mike Radford
Tim Winks
Jerry Dellinger
Phyllis Herring
Deacon Michel
Louise Bellavance
Bill Craven
Susan Ewan
Liz Perrotto
Sally Smith
Paul Cundiff
Vernon Ewan
Altar Servers…. Marco Agostini
Antoinette Cruz
Hope & Matthew
Nguyen
Erin Clark
Natalie Craven
Counters…..... …………….…. Al Germann and Scott Fleck
Linens…......... ………….….… Bernadette Whitley
Special Collection
This weekend, our parish will take up the Catholic
Relief Services Collection. (CRSC) This collection
supports six Catholic agencies that touch more than
100 million lives around the world. The funds help
provide food to the hungry, support to displaced
refugees, and Christ’s love and respect to all people.
Please give generously to CRSC and help Jesus in
disguise. Please place your envelope in the
regular collection basket.
VOLUNTEER
WANTED
Help wanted:
Someone to take over
the scheduling
of Readers, Ministers,
Ushers and Altar
Servers (will train)
Interested Volunteers
please call the parish
office or Mary
Schimick @ 243-0493.
Second Collection
Next weekend’s second
collection is for the Church
maintenance fund. Thank you
in advance for your generosity.
Coupons for Troops
For weekend of February 27/28
Parish Support needed to
Make Weekly Budget : $6,744.00
Offertory: $6,392.00
Priest Retirement
Assessment for Fiscal Year
2015-2016: $20,340.00
Received 2015-2016: $21,169.00
Offertory Envelopes sent:
418
Number of envelopes used:
138
Thank you for your continued support!
All parishioners are encouraged to clip
national brand coupons and put them in the
box in the Tower Room. Coupons can be up
to 6 months expired. The Knights will then
send them on to the Coups for Troops coordinator who sends
them to families of active duty military to assist with their grocery
bills. This is an easy way to help those who serve our country in
the military without pulling out your checkbook. Coupons must
be clipped, no full or partial pages please.
Company Rebates

Any parishioners who patronize Pizza Inn and
Western Sizzlin’ ar e kindly asked to save their
receipts and deposit them in the marked slot in the
Tower room. These businesses will donate a
percentage of the receipt total to the Parish.

David’s Plumbing Service will donate 5% of
labor only charges to St. Therese Church. Please
mention St. Therese at the time of service.
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PARISH MEETINGS & SOCIALS
Adult Education
Father Greg’s Adult Education Class
meets at 7pm on Thursdays at the
Carmelite house.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus will meet for
their General Meetings at 7pm on
Tuesdays: March 8 & March 22
We are inviting all Catholic men to join
our council.
The Knights are a fraternal organization of Catholic
men who help to serve our priests, parish, and our
community. Visit us on line at: www.kofc4660.org.
or contact John Hoofnagle: phone: 237-4190.
PRIME-TIMERS
All parishioners, 60+, are invited to
join us for interesting conversation
and fellowship on Wednesday, March
9 at Olive Garden, 301 Raleigh Rd
Parkway W at 12:30pm. Reservations are
requested. Please call Sally Smith, 243-4534, no
later than NOON on Monday, March 7.
St. Therese Book Club
All are welcome to join us for one
time or every month!!!! We meet
NOON-1:30pm in the school.
The books that will be discussed are:
March 9—New Testament Basics for
Catholic
by John Bergsma concentrating on St. Paul & St. John.
April 13—The Name of God is Mercy
by Pope Francis. This book is currently on the New
York Times best seller list.
May 11—Apostles by Pope Benedict XVI.
Contact: Joan Satterly 291-0523.
Bunco
Come join us for some fun playing
bunco on Tuesday, March 22 at 7pm
in the school—second classroom on the left. NO
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Bring
a friend. Questions? Call the Church office.
Parish Advisory Council
The next meeting will be on Tuesday,
May 3 at 7pm in the Carmelite
house. We will not meet in Apr il.
Cornerstone Charismatic Prayer Group
“For when two or three are gathered in my
name, there am I in the midst of them.” —
Matt 18:20
Join us in the Carmelite house for
prayer every Wednesday at 1pm.
Questions? Call Eileen Campbell, 243-4327 or
Rose Porter, 234-0388 (evenings).
Children’s Hunger Elimination
of Wilson
If you would like to volunteer to pick
up, sort, package and deliver food for
chronically hungry children, please call Martha
Banks at 252.399.0069.
CHEW pur chases all the food and appreciates
monetary donations to continue this.
Checks can be sent to the Church office.
St. Therese Women’s Club
Our next meeting will be in May.
Date and time to be announced.
Cambron Farris is working on
gathering young families for some get
-togethers, socialization and spiritualization.
Please
contact her at [email protected] if you are
interested.
The women’s club includes all women in the Parish. No
dues…no restrictions. To receive the Women’s group emails, forward your address to:
Pat Weedman at: [email protected]
Contacts:
Liz Perrotto— [email protected], 292-9142;
Shiela Clark—[email protected],
991-4588.
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St. Therese
Blood Drive
We will have
a
Blood Drive
2am
Sunday, March 13
Teen Masses are
held one Sunday evening a
month at 7pm. Mass will be
celebrated on:
March 6, April 24 & May 1.
ALL Teens are encouraged to
participate.
PARISH REGISTRATION
We hope that all new residents of
the Wilson area will feel at home at
St. Therese AND will tell us of their
presence by registering so that we
can welcome you.
Every parishioner should be formally
registered. Other wise, it becomes incr easingly
difficult to serve parishioners by issuing letters in
connection with Baptism, Confirmation and
Matrimony; it becomes almost impossible to give
recommendations if we do not know you. In like
manner, we cannot verify your contributions to the
Church for tax purposes unless you use the regular
envelopes or checks. Registration forms are located
in the Tower Room, on the website, and in the
Church office during office hours. Also, if you
move out of the parish, please let us know so that we
can wish you a fond farewell, correct our records
and pass along any records you may need.
Won’t you help us help you?
Sunday, March 13
Noon—6pm
in the school gym.
We will need snack and drink donations,
along with volunteers to help.
RCIA—SECOND
SCRUTINY
On this the fourth Sunday in
Lent, we continue the rites
belonging to the period of
purification
and
enlightenment
for
our
Catechumens, now referred
to as the Elect, in the RCIA
program. The scrutinies, which are solemnly
celebrated on Sundays and are reinforced by an
exorcism, are rites for self-searching and
repentance and have above all a spiritual purpose.
The scrutinies are meant to uncover, then heal all
that is weak, defective, or sinful in the hearts of
the elect; to bring out, then strengthen all that is
upright, strong and good. The scrutinies are
celebrated in order to deliver the Elect from the
power of sin and Satan, to protect them against
temptation and to give them strength in Christ,
who is the way, the truth and the life.
-Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Their Godparents and Instructors ask that you
keep these Elect in your prayers during this
Lenten Season so that they will be ready to
celebrate the Sacraments of Initiation — Baptism,
Confirmation, and Eucharist at the Easter Vigil.
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Bishop’s Annual Appeal
(BAA)
PENANCE SERVICE
As you prepare for Easter,
remember the most important
Our goal this year is $51,880 in
part — your soul. Everyone is
pledges with 100% participation.
urged to receive the Sacrament
So far we are at 84% of
of Reconciliation during the
our goal with $43,387 in pledges
season of Lent, so mark your calendars now!
but only 40% participation.
If you couldn’t attend the penance service at St.
If you have not made your pledge, please Therese, below are some other penance services in our
do so today. Please turn in your pledge
area (all start at 7pm):
cards to the table in the vestibule or the
 Tuesday, March 8—OLPH, Rocky Mount
Church office.
 Wednesday, March 9— St. Gabriel, Greenville
(DO NOT mail them to the Diocese.)
 Tuesday, March 15 — St. John the Baptist,
Roanoke Rapids
 Wednesday, March 16— St. Peter, Greenville
NEW PARISH ADVISORY COUNCIL
MEMBERS
Congratulations to our newest Parish Advisory
Council Members: David Bach, Jenny Lerro
and Mike Radford.
We would like to thank all who volunteered to run
for these positions, are appreciative of your
interest in serving the parish in this capacity and
hope that you run again in the near future.
Website
Were you out of town this weekend? Have
you misplaced your minister schedule? Did
you forget when your Mass intention was
scheduled? How do you know if Mass or
other church activities are canceled because
of weather?
No worries! Just visit our website: sttheresewilson.com.
The website has copies of our bulletins, minister schedules,
mass intention calendars and last minute changes in schedules.
Go take a look!
Ash Wednesday, February 10, and
Good Friday, March 25,
are days of fasting and abstinence. Fridays
of Lent are also days of abstinence.
Fasting is to be observed by all 18 years of
age and older, who have not yet celebrated
their 59th birthday. On a fast day one full meal
is allowed. Two other meals, sufficient to
maintain strength, may be taken according to
each one’s needs, but together they should not
equal another full meal. Eating between meals
is not permitted, but liquids, including milk
and juices, are allowed.
Abstinence is observed by all 14 years of
age and older. On days of abstinence, no meat
is allowed.
Note that when health or ability to work
would be seriously affected, Church law does
not oblige. When in doubt concerning fast and
abstinence, the Parish Priest should be
consulted.
Fasting, almsgiving, and prayer are the
three traditional disciplines of Lent. The
faithful and Catechumens should undertake
these practices seriously in a spirit of penance
and of preparation for Initiation into the
Church or the renewal of Baptism Promises at
Easter.
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CHURCH CLEAN-UP —INTERIOR & GROUNDS
Saturday,
March 19 is
church clean-up
day.
The grounds cleanup will beginning at
8:30am.
The cleaning of the interior of the
Church will start at 9:30am (after
the 9am Mass).
Please bring yard tools and cleaning
supplies such as wheelbarrows,
rakes, shovels, brooms, buckets,
rags, etc.
It is important to have the Church
and grounds look
good for Easter.
The church belongs
to all of us, so let’s
chip in and work
together!
Many hands make
light work.
► You
expired, Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth for
souls, and the ocean of mercy opened up for the whole
world.
O Fount of Life, unfathomable Divine Mercy, envelop
the whole world and empty Yourself out upon us.
► (Repeat 3 times) O Blood and Water, which gushed forth
from the Heart of Jesus as a fountain of Mercy for us, I
trust in You!
► Our Father, Hail Mary and the Apostle's Creed
► For each of the five decades (On each “Our Father”
bead of the rosary, pray)
Eternal Father, I offer you the Body and Blood, Soul and
Divinity of Your Dearly Beloved Son, Our Lord, Jesus
Christ, in atonement for our sins and those of the whole
world.
► (On each of the 10 “Hail Mary” beads, pray)
For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us
and on the whole world.
► Concluding prayer (Repeat 3 times)
Holy God, Holy Mighty One, Holy Immortal One, have
mercy on us and on the whole world.
► Optional Closing Prayer
Eternal God, in whom mercy is endless and the treasury
of compassion inexhaustible, look kindly upon us and
increase Your mercy in us, that in difficult moments we
might not despair nor become despondent, but with great
confidence submit ourselves to Your holy will, which is
Love and Mercy itself.
Copyright © 2012, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC.
All rights reserved.
Bulletin
DEADLINES
PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF THE
FOLLOWING BULLETIN DEADLINES.:
Friday, March 11 for March 20
Tuesday*, March 15 for March 27
Tuesday*, March 22 for April 4.
*DUE TO THE EASTER HOLIDAY, THESE ARE EARLY.
All announcements need to be in the parish office by 2pm. No
EXCEPTIONS! Reminder: All announcements for the bulletin
must be IN WRITING as you would like it to appear in the
bulletin.
Columbarium Update
St Therese parish is
going
to
install
a
columbarium
on
the
church grounds in the
Spring of 2016.
All contracts signed
and paid in full by March 2016 will
receive a 5% discount. Please contact
John Hoofnagle, 237-4190, if interested
in reserving a niche.
Around the
Diocese
Barton College Catholic
Campus Ministry
Are you a college student who
wants to grow in your faith? If so, e-mail
Riley or Omar to learn more about joining a
small group.
Riley Bane:
[email protected]
Omar Gonzalez:
[email protected]
St. Patrick’s Dance
You are cordially invited to attend
the annual OLPH School Saint
Patrick’s Dance and Auction on
Saturday, March 12, 2016 at
7pm at the downtown Rocky
Mount Booker T. Washington
Theater. Tickets ar e available in
the church or school office or
online at www.olphrm.com.
The time is right to get your friends together
and plan a fun night in Rocky Mount. All
proceeds go to OLPH School! If you have auction
items to donate, we’d love to have them. Drop
them off at school or call and we’ll pick them up
for you! Join your neighbors in Rocky mount to
benefit our school! See you there!
SAINTS OF THE DAY
March 7
Perpetua and
Felicity Died
in 203;
Perpetua, a noble lady, and
Felicity her slave died at
Carthage under Septimus
Severus.
March 9 Frances of Rome
Died
in
1440;
noblewoman, wife and mother;
founded
a
community
of
Benedictine
women
oblates
committed to serving the poorest
of the poor; patroness of widows
and motorists.
MARCH6,2016—FOURTHSUNDAYOFLENT
Prayerful Presence At Abortion Clinic
Every Saturday, a group will pray at A
Woman's Choice, 3305 Dr ake Cir cle,
Raleigh. If you are interested in going to
Raleigh from Wilson for an hour of prayer in
front of Women’s Choice, please contact St. Therese
parishioner, Rose Porter @ 252-234-0388 after 5pm.
Project Rachel Support Group
Abortion
is
one
of
the
most
common procedures in the US, experienced
by millions of women, many of whom are
Catholic. The Project Rachel ministry
assists women and men who have been wounded by
abortion to find truth and healing. If you would like more
information about the support group, contact Project Rachel at
[email protected], /projectrachelnc.org or 919-8521021. Calls and appointments are kept strictly confidential.
You are invited to take
part in the national 40
Days for Life prayer
vigil dur ing Lent.
The campaign of focused prayer takes place from 7am to
7pm each day during Lent at A Woman’s Choice
abortion facility, 3305 Drake Circle, Raleigh, NC. Contact
[email protected] for more information.
Ignited By Truth - Save the Dates!
Speaker Series Friday Evening, April 22, Jeff
Cavins, Founder of The Great Adventure Bible
Studies, Music by Dana Catherine, St. Michael
the Archangel Catholic Church, Cary
Full Conference February 24-25, 2017
Raleigh Convention Center, Bishop Michael F. Burbidge,
Vigil Mass Celebrant and Homilist
“Bringing to light the truth of the teachings of the Catholic
Church and igniting in all hearts a love for the Faith”
www.IgnitedByTruth.org
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter
weekend is April 29-May 1 in Chapel
Hill. Ear ly sign up is highly
recommended. For more information visit
our
website
at:
http://
NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us at
[email protected]
or 704-315-2144.
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FECHAS
IMPORTANTES
YA ESTABLECIDAS
PláƟcas bauƟsmales,
jueves 7pm:
(4 pláƟcas en la série)
mar [3, ] 10, 17
BauƟsmos (sábados a las 10 am, Templo):
2 abr, 9 abr, 28 mayo
PláƟcas matrimoniales, (jueves, 7pm , tercera
sala de la izquierda):
Fechas dadas por la Hna. Martha
Unción de los enfermos:
(con inscripción con Doña Felipa) o en
hospital o casa arreglar con Doña Felipa o
Padre Pablo o Hermana Martha
Para Ponerse en
contacto con:
♦ P. Pablo Brant, sj (confesiones,
consultas, abogados)
252-229-0584
♦ Hermana Martha Alvarado, HSMG
(calendario de quinceaños, presentaciones, bodas;
catequesis de adultos y adolescentes en español;
pláticas matrimoniales; consultas familiares)
252-505-6258
♦ Rogelio Raya, Jr – certificados de sacramentos ya
celebrados; monaguillos (altar servers) 252-360-6849
♦ Ana María “Anita” Serratos – ministros en la misa,
lectores, ujieres, coordinación de las misas 252-2905304
♦ Felipa y Primitivo Salazar -- intenciones para la misa,
visitas a los enfermos hospitalizados, venta de libros
y otros artículos religiosos, información sobre
Cursillo, Alvernia Matrimonial, en general
252-290-5569
♦ Abraham Mora – música, coro de niños 252-969-4336
♦ Edith Serrano – música, ayuda con documentación
para los sacramentos
252-292-4762
♦ Rafael Aguado -- Caballeros de Colón, contacto con
abogados de inmigración, PAC rep 252-371-3268
♦ Juana Aguado – ayuda(ensayos) en ceremonias de
quinceaños y bodas
252-621-8361
♦ Martín Bustos – grupo de oración y servicio
“Callejeros de la Fe -Juan Bosco”
252-230-8759
Lectura Del Dia — 6 mar — 13 mar
domingo 06 Marzo 2016
cuarta domingo de Cuaresma
Josue 5,9a.10-12. / Salmo 34(33),2-3.4-5.
6-7. / San Pablo a los Corintios 2 5,17-21. /
Lucas 15,1-3.11-32.
lunes 07 Marzo 2016
Lunes de la cuarta semana de Cuaresma
Isaías 65,17-21. / Salmo 30(29),2.4.5-6.
11-12a.13b. / Juan 4,43-54.
martes 08 Marzo 2016
Martes de la cuarta semana de Cuaresma
Ezequiel 47,1-9.12. / Salmo 46(45),23.5-6.8-9. / Juan 5,1-16.
miércoles 09 Marzo 2016
Miércoles de la cuarta semana de Cuaresma
Isaías 49,8-15. / Salmo 145(144),8-9.
13cd-14.17-18. / Juan 5,17-30.
jueves 10 Marzo 2016
Jueves de la cuarta semana de Cuaresma
Exodo 32,7-14. / Salmo 106(105),19-20.
21-22.23. / Juan 5,31-47.
viernes 11 Marzo 2016
Viernes de la cuarta semana de Cuaresma
Sabiduría 2,1a.12-22. / Salmo 34(33),
17-18.19-20.21.23. / Juan 7,1-2.10.25-30.
sábado 12 Marzo 2016
Sábado de la cuarta semana de Cuaresma
Jeremías 11,18-20. / Salmo 7,2-3.9bc-10.
11-12. / Juan 7,40-53.
domingo 13 Marzo 2016
quinta domingo semana de Cuaresma
Isaías 43,16-21. / Salmo 126(125),
1-2ab.2cd-3.4-5.6. / Pablo a los
Filipenses 3,8-14. / Juan 8,1-11.
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Servicios de inmigración
otorgado por Catholic Charities
Sr. Rafael López, certificado para
abogar
por
inmigrantes
documentados e indocumentados
en pedir el máximo beneficio de
inmigración, viene a Sta TeresaWilson en los jueves para atender a
los clientes que tienen cita, que se
consiga por llamar a 252-355-5111
y dejar recado pidiendo cita en
extensión(anexo)
203.
El
le
responderá. Sus servicios tienen
costo mínimo.
REGLAS/REQUISITOS PARA BAUTIZAR A
UN NIÑO MENOR DE 6 AÑOS DE EDAD**
-Inscripción prevía con dos (2) meses de
anƟcipación con P. Pablo o Doña Edith
Serrano (252-292-4762).
-Padres (y/o padrinos) deben asisƟr en misa, en domingo o
durante la semana, en Sta Teresita u otra iglesia católica,
como muestra de cumplir la promesa que se hace en la
ceremonia de criar a sus hijos en la prácƟca de la fe católica.
-Padres (y/o padrinos) asisten en pláƟcas bauƟsmales (vea
calendario de fechas ya establecidas).
- Padrinos deben ser casados por la iglesia, y católicos
pracƟcantes.
** mayores de 6 años de edad se inscriben en preparación
especial para los sacramentos que dura dos (2) años.
Santo
Matrimonio
MATRIMONIOS:
SOBRE MATRIMONIOS EN LA IGLESIA.
Se presentan a Hna. Martha o P. Pablo con
por lo menos 6 meses de anƟcipación.
Requeridas son una preparación de 6 meses,
reunión semanalmente, fe de bauƟsmo de
ambos, hechas en los úlƟmos 6 meses,
cerƟficado
de
confirmación,
copia
cerƟficado de matrimonio (si ya casados por
civil; documentos tocando a divorcios,
muerte de una pareja anterior, etc). La fecha
de la boda se arregla si puedan conseguir el
salón en la misma fecha, dado que el templo
y el sacerdote no siempre están disponibles,
y no haya cambios en fechas. Entendido que
si acepten la hora de 2 pm para la boda,
puedan tener otras bodas a la misma hora.
En Wilson, las próximas pláƟcas comienzan
en 3 marzo 2016. INSCRIPCIÓN: LLAME A
LA HNA. MARTHA EN 252-505-6258. DEJE
RECADO SI NO CONTESTE.
Donaciones sugeridas/pedidas por la parroquia
en la ocasión de las celebraciones de….
(dudas y casos especiales, hable con P. Pablo)
recomendadas por el Comité Hispano y aprobado por el
párroco, P. Gregorio Lowchy
Familias
activas/
inscritas
en
parroquia
Familias no
inscritas/de
otras
parroquias/no
activas
Bautismos de niños
$50
$75
Bodas con misa nupcial
$150
$250
Bodas sin misa nupcial*
$75
$100
15 años con misa
$150
$250
15 años con bendición **
$75
$125
Presentación de 1 y 3 años
$75
$100
Boleto de los sacramentos
$10
$10
Misas intenciones anunciadas
$10
Su
voluntad
Su
voluntad
+++
$10
EVENTO
Otras intenciones
Estipendio para ministro
Músicos para una misa +++
Su voluntad
Su voluntad
+++
*la expectativa es que una pareja católica se casen dentro
de una misa nupcial.
** para quinceañeras no todavía inscritas en preparación para
confirmación y/o sin primera comunión.
+++ se contrata aparte con Abraham Mora: 252-969-4336,
Edith Serrano
252-292-4762

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