Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Rev. Timothy P. LaBo
[email protected]
Associate Pastor
July 10, 2016
Christ Jesus . . . is the head of the body, the church.
Rev. Christopher Dorsey
[email protected]
Rev. Lionel Pacheco
[email protected]
Rev. Rodolfo Ramon
First Reading — Heed the voice of the LORD. It is something very near to you, already in your hearts; you only need
to carry it out (Deuteronomy 30:10-14).
Psalm — Turn to the Lord in your need, and you will live
(Psalm 69) or Psalm 19.
Second Reading — All things were created through and for
Christ Jesus (Colossians 1:15-20).
Gospel — To be a neighbor, show love by treating others
with mercy, as did the Good Samaritan
(Luke 10:25-37).
Juan Contreras
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William Contreras
[email protected]
Jacinto Ortiz
Jose V. Ramos
[email protected]
Oswaldo Ramos
[email protected]
Eva Barajas
[email protected]
Jorge Chaves
[email protected]
Alfredo Mejia
Collection from: July 2 & 3, 2016
Offertory ………… $ 8,781.39
Building fund … $ 6,913.00
Poor ……………… $
Building Maintenance.. $
Total……….……… $ 15,873.39
Our Catholic
Building Fund
Alive in Christ
Pledges: 262
Insurance deductible savings
$ 358,262.09
Our Catholic
$ 27,903.46
— Colossians 1:15, 18
Is 1:10-17; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23;
Mt 10:34 — 11:1
Is 7:1-9; Ps 48:2-8; Mt 11:20-24
Wednesday: Is 10:5-7, 13b-16; Ps 94:5-10, 14-15;
Mt 11:25-27
Thursday: Is 26:7-9, 12, 16-19; Ps 102:13-14ab, 15-21;
Mt 11:28-30
Is 38:1-6, 21-22, 7-8; Is 38:10-12abcd, 16;
Mt 12:1-8
Saturday: Mi 2:1-5; Ps 10:1-4, 7-8, 14; Mt 12:14-21
Gen 18:1-10a; Ps 15:2-5; Col 1:24-28;
Lk 10:38-42
Miss Collins, the dean of students at Olympic High
School, was past the point of scolding Matt, though she
liked him very much. “Four detentions in two weeks are
too many.”
Still Matt wouldn’t tell. It was only after Miss Collins went on a morning neighborhood patrol that she
found out the real reason for Matt’s tardiness. Thump,
thump, thump, came the wheelchair down the stairs. It
was Matt, steadying Shawnetta as he helped lower her
down the stairs and then push her to the corner bus stop.
“She’s a girl in my parish youth group,” Matt explained to Miss Collins.
There are many ways to describe Matt’s actions—a
random act of kindness, making a difference one person
at a time. Jesus would understand. When the lawyer
correctly identified the good Samaritan as the one who
had treated the injured man with compassion, Jesus said
simply, “Go and do likewise” (Luke 10:37).
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de las Misas
4:00 PM Saturday (07/09/2016)
♥ Diane Claxton - Birthday Blessing
7:00 PM
† Miguel Angel Victoria
9:00 AM Sunday (07/10/2016)
† Dr. Edilberto Lopez
11:00 AM
♥ Elsa y Tony Gutierez - 31 year
Wedding Anniversary
1:00 PM
♥ For the People
9:00 AM Monday (07/11/2016)
† Ray Miller
9:00 AM Tuesday (07/12/2016)
† Ray Miller
9:00 AM Wednesday (07/13/2016)
† Dilia Contreras
6:00 PM
† Ray Miller
9:00 AM Thursday (07/14/2016)
† Accelia Michel
9:00 AM Friday (07/15/2016)
† Kenneth Baez
† Deceased/Fallecido ♥ Special Intention
Intención Especial
A morning-glory at
my window satisfies
me more than the metaphysics of books.
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This week in our Parish
Esta semana en nuestra Parroquia
For Sacrament
Please call the church
9:00 am - Mass English - followed by Novena
5:00 pm - Legion of Mary (at Church)
7:00 pm-No Catechesis at church at this time
7:00 pm - Juan XXIII (3870 Pleasant Hill Rd.)
Para Preparación de
Comuníquese con la
oficina Parroquial
9:00 am - Mass English
10:00 - 1:00 pm Food Pantry(3870 Pleasant Hill Rd)
7:00 pm – No Catechesis at church at this time.
7:00 pm - Movimiento de Cursillo, Ultreya
(3870 Pleasant Hill Rd.)
9:00 am - Mass Spanish
5:15 pm - Novena (at church)
6:00 pm - Mass English
7:00 pm– No Catechesis at church at this time.
9:00 am - Mass English
6:40 pm - 9:00 pm Charismatic Spanish group,
“Maria Siempre Virgen” at Church
8:00 pm- 9:00 pm Camino Neocatecumenal
(3870 Pleasant Hill Rd.)
9:00 am - Mass English
7:00 pm - 9:00 Youth Group, at Parish office
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm English Charismatic Group
(Church Cry room)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Creole Charismatic Group
(3870 Pleasant Hill Road.)
5:30 pm - Choir “Angeles de Jesus”- practice (@
7:00 pm - Choir “Jerusalén” practice (@ Church)
1st Saturday of each month 9 am Mass Eng.
2:30 pm - Reconciliation at Church
4:00 pm - Vigil Mass English
4:00 pm - Comité Altagraciano (3870 Pleasant
Hill Road ), last Sat. of each month.
3:00 pm - Sagrado Corazón de Jesús (3870
Pleasant Hill Road,) 2nd Sat. of each month.
5:15 pm-Camino Neocatecumenal (en la Iglesia)
7:00 pm - Vigil Mass Spanish
Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, Matrimony, and Anointing of
the Sick
Matrimony arrangements should be
made 6 months
prior to desired
wedding date.
Arreglos de matrimonio se deben hacer 6
meses antes de la
fecha que desea.
Next Baptism in Church:
Siguiente Bautismo :
August 6, 10:00 am - English
Agosto 6 , 11:00 am– Spanish
Next Baptismal Class
siguiente clase
para Bautismo
July 30….10:00 am
In the Parish Office
9:00 am - Mass English
10:00 am - Camino Neocatecumenal meet
(3870 Pleasant Hill road)
11:00 am - Mass Spanish
1:00 pm - Mass Creole
6 pm-8pm—Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 3rd Sunday of each month at Church.
2:30 pm
In the Church/ en la Iglesia
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
To Dedicate
Candles, Wine
Flowers for the
For a loved one,
Call the office
Altar candles for the month of July are for:
The Tabernacle candle For the month of July is for:
The Wine For the month of July is for :
To dedicate the flowers on the Altar for a loved one living or
deceased, please call: Audrey Lauer at: 863-427-9393
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Fifth Sunday
Sunday: Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: St. Benedict
Wednesday: St. Henry
Thursday: St. Kateri Tekakwitha
St. Bonaventure
Saturday: Our Lady of Mount Carmel;
Blessed Virgin Mary
The first “presbyters” were advisers to the bishops
rather than what we would call “priests,” yet by
the year 1000 our present-day understanding of
the ordained priesthood is clearly in place. The
Germanic influence was strong in those days, reflected in a series of questions posed to the candidate about his intentions.
The priest’s role in the celebration of Mass had
by then come to the fore, as the ritual notes that
Mass vestments must be worn, the hands of the
priest must be anointed with chrism, and a chalice
with wine and water and a paten with a host must
be given. Up to then, the ordination rite had
stressed the presbyter as a collaborator with the
bishop and a member of the order of presbyters.
Then, in a not-so-subtle shift, the presbyter came
to be seen as a “priest” designated to celebrate the
Mass and, as the prayer suggests, to touch the
chalice. By these days, remember, the cup had
long vanished from Communion for the laity. A
thousand years ago, today’s patterns were already
in place. The priest no longer saw himself as a
member of a council of elders, a presbytery, and in
some dioceses he had little influence over the
bishop. Instead, he was either a pastor, with relationship to the eucharistic community in the parish, or he was a priest monk, offering Mass for the
salvation of the departed or the intentions of the
In the Old Testament, the New Testament lies concealed; in the New Testament, the Old Testament lies revealed.
—St. Augustine
Decimoquinto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
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Cristo . . . es también la cabeza del cuerpo, que es la Iglesia.
— Colosenses 1:15, 18
Primera lectura — Escuchen la voz del Señor. Es algo
muy cerca de ti, y está en tu corazón; sólo necesitas observarla (Deuteronomio 30:10-14).
Salmo — Escúchame, Señor, porque eres bueno
(Salmo 69 [68]) o Salmo 19 (18).
Segunda lectura — Todas las cosas fueron creadas mediante y para Cristo Jesús (Colosenses 1:15-20).
Is 1:10-17; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23;
Mt 10:34 — 11:1
Tuesday: Is 7:1-9; Ps 48:2-8; Mt 11:20-24
Wednesday: Is 10:5-7, 13b-16; Ps 94:5-10, 14-15;
Mt 11:25-27
Thursday: Is 26:7-9, 12, 16-19; Ps 102:13-14ab, 1521; Mt 11:28-30
Is 38:1-6, 21-22, 7-8; Is 38:10-12abcd,
16; Mt 12:1-8
Saturday: Mi 2:1-5; Ps 10:1-4, 7-8, 14; Mt 12:1421
Gen 18:1-10a; Ps 15:2-5; Col 1:24-28;
Lk 10:38-42
La señorita González, la decana de los estudiantes de
la Escuela Secundaria Olimpo, ya estaba cansada de regañar a Mateo, a pesar de que le caía muy bien. “Cuatro castigos después de clase en dos semanas es demasiado".
Sin embargo Mateo permanecía en silencio. Sólo después de que la señorita González fuera en una ronda matutina por el vecindario descubrió la verdadera razón de
las tardanzas de Mateo. Pataplún, cayó la silla de ruedas
por las escaleras. Era Mateo, sujetando a Dolores mientras
ayudaba a que la bajaran por las escaleras y luego la empujaba hasta la parada de autobús.
“Es una chica de mi grupo de jóvenes de la parroquia”
Mateo le explicó a la señorita González.
Hay muchas formas de describir las acciones de Mateo –un acto de bondad al azar, marcar una diferencia en
la vida de una persona a la vez. Jesús entendería. Cuando
el abogado identificó correctamente al buen samaritano
como el que había tratado al hombre herido con compasión, Jesús simplemente dijo: “Anda y haz tú lo mismo” (Lucas 10:37).
Desde 1913, en la ciudad de Puntarenas, Costa Rica, la Virgen del Carmen es reconocida como la
Virgen del Mar. En aquel año un barco llamado el
Galileo naufraga en una tempestad y el pueblo angustiado por sus seres queridos recurrió al templo
de la Virgen para pedir auxilio. Algunos días después todos los tripulantes fueron rescatados y llevados a Puntarenas. Según los tripulantes, mientras
las lluvias y vientos amenazaban al Galileo una mujer los animó a que se echasen al agua y nadaran a
tierra firme. Allí ella los alimentó y los acompañó
hasta que fueron rescatados.
Llenos de alegría, el pueblo llevó a los rescatados a la iglesia para dar gracias. Estos reconocieron
a la Virgen del Carmen como la mujer que los había
ayudado. Desde entonces el sábado más cercano al
16 de julio, el pueblo celebra en grande la fiesta del
Carmen con grandes desfiles de barcos y yates. Entre música y fuegos artificiales los costarricenses
vienen en embarcaciones adornadas desde toda la
nación a celebrar con la Virgen del Mar que también se encuentra en una embarcación.
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The St. Rose of Lima Food Pantry
is open every Tuesday from 10 am to 1 p.m.
at 3870 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee 34746.
Please donate nonperishable food: Rice, pinto
beans, potatoes, pasta, sauce, macaroni and
cheese, cereal, peanut butter, jelly, raisins,
canned meats, canned vegetables, packaged or
canned milk, soup, packaged dinners, canned
fruit, tuna, muffin and bread mixes, pancake mix
and syrup, flour, oil, sugar, juice and baby food,
baby and adult diapers.
Donations can be dropped off at the narthex of the
church and at the food pantry location, or checks can
be made out to the St. Rose of Lima Food Pantry.
Jesus said, "As often as you did it to one of the
least of My brothers and sisters, you did it to Me."
Matthew 25:40
Youth Group/
(Ministerio de Jóvenes)
Meet every Friday/
(Se reúne todos los Viernes)
Time/Hora: 7-9 PM
3860 Pleasant Hill Rd.,
Kissimmee, FL 34746
Age/Edad: 14-18
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