Church Bulletin for February 21, 2016



Church Bulletin for February 21, 2016
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Catholic Church
1100 8th Avenue N., N. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582
February 21, 2016
Rev. D. Anthony Droze
Rev. Roger Morgan
Parochial Vicar
Rev. José O. Cheverria Jimenez
Parochial Vicar
Hispanic Ministry
Sr. Glafira G. Ortega HCJS
Robert J. Tyson
Andrew F. Stoshak
Richard M. Flenke
Peter M. Casamento
Sunday Vigil (Saturday) 5:00 PM
Sunday - 8:00, 10:00, 12:00 Noon
Misa en Español 1:30 PM
Signing for the Deaf
4th Sunday 10:00 AM
Daily: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM
1st Saturday 8:00 AM
Saturday 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Parish Office
Phone: 843-249-2356
Fax: 843-249-8514
Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
E-Mail: [email protected]
A Ministry of Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish
Sheila Durante, Principal
e-mail: [email protected]
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
Rev. D. Anthony Droze
843-249-2356 Ext. 17
Rev. Roger Morgan
Parochial Vicar
843-249-2356 Ext 23
Rev. J. Orlando Cheverria Jimenez
Parochial Vicar
843-249-2356 Ext. 29
Hispanic Ministry
Sr. Glafira G. Ortega HCJS
843-249-2356 Ext.29
OLSS Outreach Ministry
843-249-2356 Ext. 13
[email protected]
Catholic Charities
Administrative Offices
Business Manager
Linda Britzke
843-249-2356 Ext. 10
[email protected]
Director of Music Ministry
Deb Main
[email protected]
Co-Directors of Religious Education
Charlotte Watkins
Angel Roesch Hairston
843-249-2356 Ext. 22
[email protected]
[email protected]
Director of Youth Ministry
Doug McCloskey
[email protected]
February 20, 2016 through February 28, 2016
Sat. 2/20
5:00 PM
Sun. 2/21
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 N
1:30 PM
Mon. 2/22
8:00 AM
Tue. 2/23
8:00 AM
Wed. 2/24
8:00 AM
8:30 AM
6:00 PM
Thu. 2/25
8:00 AM
Fri. 2/26
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
Sat. 2/27
5:00 PM
Sun. 2/28
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 N
1:30 PM
Gn 15:5-12, 17-18; Phil 3:17 - 4:1 or 3:20 - 4:1; Lk 9:28b - 36
Mary Snyder (Karen Carbonare)
Gn 15:5-12, 17-18; Phil 3:17 - 4:1 or 3:20 - 4:1; Lk 9:28b - 36
Special Intention for Fr. Michael Cassabon (Terry & Herb Bloom)
Pro Populo (for the People of the Parish)
Cindy McCloskey (Doug, Sarah & Mark)
Special Intention
1 Pt 5:1-4; Mt 16:13-19
Special Intention for Joanne and Joe Morrone (Fr. Droze)
Mario Giaramita (Iacono Family)
Is 1:10, 16-20; Mt 23:1-12
Mario Giaramita (Jo-Ann & Joe Ajjan)
Lynn Ingersoll (Deb & Ron Garagozzo)
Jer 18:18-20; Mt 20:17-28
Sue Bell (Susan & Ed Haines)
Frances DeJosia (HTCS Community) @ Holy Trinity
Thomas & Eleanor Hoban (Son, Thomas)@ Church of the Resurrection
Jer 17:5-10; Lk 16:19-31
Darlene Liddeck (Pat & Mike Hoffer)
Frank Judy (Wife, Lauren)
Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Mt 21:33-43, 45-46
Barbara Alberts (Jean & Barry Glick)
Angela Brescia (Sam Leone)
William & Mary Jane Shipley @ Church of the Resurrection
Ex 3:1-8a, 13-15; 1 Cor 10:1-6, 10-12; Lk 13:1-9
David Louis (Country Lake Friends)
Ex 3:1-8a, 13-15; 1 Cor 10:1-6, 10-12; Lk 13:1-9
Pro Populo (for the People of the Parish)
Michael Parillo (Tom & Janet)
Hal Todd (Michel Heroux)
Special Intention
Faith Formation Ministry
Dorothy Foss, Chairperson
[email protected]
The sanctuary lamp will burn in memory of
Peggy Baldwin from Audrey & Paul Michal.
Director of Maintenance
Steve Speedling
843-249-2356 Ext. 12
[email protected]
Kindly pray for the repose of the souls of the following
who recently pass away and all who grieve.
David Donston Anna L. Coppetelli
Office Staff - 843-249-2356
Rosie Plank - Ext. 11
[email protected]
Vicki McCambley - Ext. 24
[email protected]
Lucy Garcia - Ext. 27
[email protected]
Nicole Cocchiola - Ext. 26
[email protected]
If you would like to give an arrangement in
Honor or in Memory of a loved one or for a
Special Intention, please call the Church Office.
Each arrangement is $40.00.
If you would like to donate a hymnal in memory
or in honor of a loved one, please pick up a donation form
in the back of the Church or at the Church office.
Second Sunday Of Lent
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
8:30AM to 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will be held on
Friday at 4:15 PM
followed by Stations of the Cross at 4:30PM.
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET - The Divine Mercy Chaplet
is recited Monday through Friday after the 8:00 AM Mass. The
Chaplet is recited in the cry room. All are invited.
MARIAN MOVEMENT - Cenacle - following Divine
Mercy every Wednesday in the Cry Room.
Rosary prayed every Monday through Friday before the
8:00 AM Mass. All are invited.
The 10:00 AM Mass on the 4th Sunday of the
month will be signed as a service to those in need
in our community. If you know of anyone who is
hearing impaired, please invite them to attend.
A Healing Service will be celebrated at Our Lady's Shrine
in Kingstree, SC on Wednesday, March 2, 2016. All
parishioners and visitors are welcome. If you have an
interest in attending, please contact Michael DiMartino at
If you would like to present the gifts at one of the weekend
Masses, please sign your name & phone number in the Sign-Up
Book located on the table in the rear of the Church.
While we are encouraged to embrace Jesus’ cross,
perhaps the next best thing we can do as the faithful
is to turn to the Blessed Mother for
guidance…”Blessed Mother, please help me.” As
human beings, we can’t do everything. But the
Blessed Mother can go to her Son Jesus and do
The Knights of Columbus are offering intimate prayer devotions
in your own homes to all parishioners so that every family may
experience visitation for one week from our Visiting Madonna.
Families will begin to experience a sense of peace, quiet and
reflection while saying the Rosary as a family with Our Lady.
The family that prays together stays together.
If you are
interested in participating in welcoming the Visiting Madonna,
please call Sam Konrad at (843) 399-7003 or email him at
[email protected]
This week, The Visiting Madonna will be presented to
Frank & Gracie Ceruzzi at the 12:00 Noon Mass.
The Order of Worship begins at #166
Christ, Be Our Light! #590
No Gloria During Lent
Readings begin at #1021
Ps: 27: The Lord Is My Light #41
Lenten Gospel Acc.:#343
Creed: #174 & also on inside front cover
Gifts: Transform Us #878
Holy, Holy, Holy #179
Memorial Acclamation #182
Amen #183 ~ Lamb Of God: 185
Communion: We Remember #681
Recessional: Turn to the Living God #485
There are many parishioners to thank who helped with the
success of our Lenten Mission "Celebrating God's Mercy."
--First and foremost, a huge thank you to Kim Balbach who
worked relentlessly (our energizer bunny) in taking the lead for
this mission.
--To the members of the OLSS Spiritual Book Club who
helped with the morning breakfasts and other tasks and to
Harry Walker who made sure that we had our "hot coffee" and
plenty of it. All came in very early each day to prepare for the
morning sessions.
--To Vicki, the Office Staff, and the Maintenance Staff (Steve,
Mike and Richie) who assisted with all the necessary tasks in
preparation for the Mission's success.
--To the OLSS Scripture Study participants who provided the
prayerful surroundings for the evening sessions of the Mission
(the Word of God, Forgiveness of God and the Eucharist).
--To the Adult Altar Servers, Deb Main and music ministers who
set the tone for the liturgical atmosphere for our Mission.
--To Tim Dugan and the ushers who cooperated with
welcoming and in offering assistance everywhere possible
during the evening liturgies.
--And last, but not least, to Fr. Roger Morgan who presided
with our Mission presenter, Fr. Kevin MacDonald, in creating
the sacred space and message of Celebrating God's Mercy!!
Words alone cannot express the gratitude for all who assisted
and to all the parishioners and visitors who attended this
preparation event beginning the Holy Season of Lent.
With the peace of Jesus Christ,
Dotty Foss
Faith Formation Ministry
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
A Ministry of Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish
Holy Trinity Catholic School is sponsoring a “Southern Spring Fling” on Saturday, April 23,
2016 at The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro in Little River from 3:00pm until
6:00pm. Tickets are $50 in advance and $55.00 at the door. Highlights of the event include:
music by Donny and Susan Trexler, Specialty Drinks for Purchase, Silent and Live Auctions,
Mystery Envelopes, Wine, Heavy hors d’oeuvres and Dessert. Please contact Kim Masson
843-798-3055 or Harry Walker 843-249-5355 for tickets or more information.
Tickets may also be purchased at the school .
Registration for the 2016-17 school year at Holy Trinity Catholic School began during Catholic Schools Week.
If you would like to register a student/s, please either call the school office (843-390-4108) to make an
appointment for a tour or stop out to the school to pick up a registration packet. If you know of someone who is
looking for an excellent school for their child/children, please let them know about Holy Trinity and give them
the school phone number so that they can contact the school. The principal will be happy to answer any
questions that they might have.
The Annual Fund appeal is ongoing. The funds raised through this appeal will be used to provide a fence for our new
basketball court, provide some shade covering for our playground and provide for the internet in the school hall and rooms
in the Chapel. Thank you for the donations already received and for those yet to come. If you did not receive the appeal
literature, please call the school at 843-390-4097 and a packet will be mailed to you or, if you would like to make a
donation, please simply send it to the school marked “Annual Appeal.”
Thank you Knights of Columbus for sponsoring the Valentine Dinner/Dance for the Holy Trinity Catholic
School. It was a wonderful event and everyone had a great time. Thank you also to everyone who attended
the dance and supported the Silent Auction sponsored by the Home/School Association of the school. Your
generosity is greatly appreciated.
The Diocese of Charleston and Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church are committed to ensuring the safety of all children and vulnerable adults. All
priests, deacons, sisters, staff members, and all volunteers who have any contact whatsoever with children and other vulnerable persons are required to
be trained through VIRTUS in how to provide a safe environment. These same people receive background screenings in addition to education on how to
make the safest environment possible. Diocesan Office of Child Protection Service: 843-261-0430. Diocesan Victim Assistance: 800-921-8122. OLSS Safe
Environment Coordinator: 843-249-2356.
Presenter: Most Rev. Robert Barron
Come journey with this newly named Bishop and
world renown theologian and experience the beauty
and truth of the Catholic Faith illustrated in a rich
multimedia experience through 50 locations and 15
countries. These are must see presentations with the
single most followed Catholic leader in social media after Pope Francis.
When: Feb. 16, 2016 - 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Mar. 15, 2016 - 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Please note:
For those who missed the first two sessions shown in Oct. 2015, they
will be repeated. The first one will follow the February session and the
second one will follow the March session.
April 19, 2016 - 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
May 17, 2016 - 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
June 7, 2016 - 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Place: Room A and B
Please call Dotty Foss at (843) 249-5261 if you have
any questions and to "register."
Men’s Spirituality Gathering for Our Lady Star of the Sea
Friday, February 26th at 9:00 - 10:00 AM ~ Parish Hall, Room D
Respectfully, Henry Karasch, 910-579-3127, or email at [email protected]
The book club meets the fourth Wednesday of the month from
9:00 to 11:00 AM in the Youth Group Room on the second floor
of the Parish Center. All books are available on line. If you do
not have access to the internet, contact Kim Balbach. Books will
be ordered 2 months prior to the scheduled date of review.
With some exceptions, Registration is not necessary.
There may be books available in the Gift Shop.
February 24: The Ten Commandments, Laws of the Heart Joan Chittister
Guest Facilitator: Mary Miller, D.Ministry.
Ms. Miller conducts retreats, workshops, days of reflection and is on the
ancillary staff at Mepkin Abbey. Mary is also a spiritual director.
March 16: The Church of Mercy - Pope Francis
April 27: Selected writings of Flannery O’Connor
Guest Facilitator: Fr. Roger Morgan
If you will be attending, you need to REGISTER by March 1.
Materials will be provided for those registered by that date.
For Registrations or to order books (2 months in advance of the
scheduled date) or for any questions, please call
Kim Balbach @ 910-579-1706.
Second Sunday Of Lent
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
Mon. Feb. 22 Legion of Mary 9:00 - 10:00AM
Board Games & Cards 12:00 Noon - 4:00PM
Rosary Makers 2:30 - 4:00PM
Charismatic Community 6:00 - 7:30PM
Narcotics Anonymous 8:00 - 9:00PM
Tue. Feb. 23 Lenten Adoration 8:30 AM - 4:30PM
Parish Blood Drive 12 Noon - 5:00PM
RCIA 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Hispanic RICA 7:00 - 9:00PM
Hispanic AA Meeting 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Hispanic Al - Anon Meeting 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Wed. Feb.24 Lenten Adoration 8:30 AM - 4:30PM
Spiritual Book Club 9:00 - 11:00 AM
Quilters & Crafters 9:00 - 12:00PM
CCD 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Choir Rehearsal 5:00 - 7:00PM
Hispanic Bible Study 6:00 - 7:15PM
Narcotics Anonymous 8:00 - 9:00PM
Thur. Feb.25 Lenten Adoration 8:30 AM - 7:00PM
Catholic Scripture Study 9:30 - 11:30AM
Thrift Store Drop Off 9:30 - 11:30AM
AA Meeting 12:00 Noon - 1:00PM
Our Lady’s Kitchen 4:30 - 6:00PM
Boy Scouts 6:00 - 7:30PM
Columbiettes - 6:30 - 8:00PM
Fri. Feb. 26 Lenten Adoration 8:30 AM - 4:30PM
Men's Spirituality Group 9:00 - 10:00AM
Church Office Closes at Noon
Benediction 4:15 PM
Stations of the Cross 4:30 PM
Fish Fry 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Sat. Feb. 27 Church Cleaners - between 6:30 -10:00 AM
AA Meeting 8:30 - 10:00 AM
Sun Feb. 28 CCD 3 - 4 year olds 10:00 - 11:00 AM
This scholarship is available to any Holy Trinity or OLSS
Religious Education eighth grade student applying to
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton High School.
Applications are available in the Parish Office or by contacting
Doris Couldron, Chairwoman of the Scholarship Committee at
843-399-2689 or [email protected] Applications must
be submitted no later than March 31, 2016.
every FRIDAY from 5 to 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited. Bring your family and friends.
There is something for everyone.
The menu includes both fried and baked Alaskan whitefish filets,
Berry's homemade cole slaw, Freddie's special sweet hush puppies, pasta penne a la "Nello", petite white potatoes,
southern 3 bean salad, kosher dill chips, bread, rolls,
coffee, tea, lemonade, and delicious desserts.
Just $10 per plate and "take-out" plates are available.
4 serving lines. No waiting. Ours is the most highly attended
event of its kind on the Grand Strand for many reasons.
Details at 843-249-1841.
Over 500 people ate with us last Friday!
S. P' D D D
M 12th 6:30- 0PM. Tickets are $25/person. Ticket office
will be open starting Monday Feb. 15th 10AM-2PM,
Wed 12N-4PM, & Fri 9AM-12N & after all masses.
You may also purchase tickets at the Sunshine Cleaners
on 6th Ave. South, North Myrtle Beach.
The last day to buy tickets is Monday, March 7th.
The next meeting will be on March 1st in the banquet hall at Our
Lady Star of the Sea Church at 4:30 pm. Refreshments will be
served. Our speaker will be Capt. Robert Carr from the Horry
County Police Department.
PLEASE RSVP by February 26th to Rosemary Hornbuckle at
843-399-3472 or [email protected]
The disastrous winter weather conditions
nationwide have drastically increased the demand
for blood while these conditions have made it
impossible for donors to reach collection points.
Blood is being administered to someone in this country every
THREE SECONDS! It can't be manufactured. Only YOU can
save a life or as many as three with just one easy donation.
If you are well, aged 17 and up (no upper limit) you can give
and most medications are o.k. The Knights of Columbus ask
you to join us next TUESDAY, FERUARY 23rd ~ 12N. to 5 p.m.
in our banquet hall .Walk-ins are welcome
but reservations are preferred. 843-249-1841.
Give an hour and let someone live!
'Snowbirds" especially welcome.
Thursday, March 3, 2016
Parish Activity Center – Room “D”
6-8 pm
Our Family Support Group is comprised of adults
(caregivers, relatives, friends, etc.) who are concerned about
loved ones who suffer from mental illness (i.e., depression,
anxiety, psychosis, schizophrenia, etc.). We share ideas and
discuss ways and means to help our loved ones and each
other. No membership – no fees. All are welcome. Group
Facilitators: Ken & Karen – (843) 281-0245
We would like to thank the OLSS parishioners for their
donations of clothing to Bloomingdeals. These donations
enable us to distribute many needed items of clothing to those
attending our Thursday night “Our Lady’s Kitchen” and others
in need at no cost. Thank you.
May god always bless you. Linda & Sergio Montalvo.
The Knights of Columbus is seeking a Field Agent for a career
opportunity representing their insurance program. We offer a
complete benefits package with this full-time position. In order to
qualify, one must be eligible for membership in the Knights of
Columbus. For more information, please contact Robert Boni,
General Agent, at (843)824-5632. [email protected]
Second Sunday Of Lent
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
February 14, 2016
$ 25,253.18
Online Giving
$ 1,610.00
$ 25,400.00
$ 1,463.18
YTD Offertory
$ 750,761.39
YTD Budget
$ 745,450.00
YTD Variance
$ 5,311.39
2nd Collection:
Central & Eastern Europe: $ 4,066.00
Capital Reserve Account
Dear Friends,
Pope Francis has challenged us to “Be
Shepherds…, in the midst of your people like
Jesus the Good Shepherd.”
I encourage you as Shepherd of your parish to
participate in the Annual Black and Indian Mission Collection.
This Collection has for the last 131 years, changed the
landscape of evangelization and education efforts for Native
Americans, Alaskan Americans and African Americans
throughout the United States. Our financial support of the
Collection is the mechanism that affects the Church’s
evangelization efforts. We all agree that never have the needs
for the Native Americans, Alaskan Americans and African Americans
communities been so great. History tells us that lasting change
to a community can all come through faith, hope and charity.
Historically, evangelization efforts by Churches and schools
among African Americans, Native Americans,
Eskimo and Aleut communities, are funded by the Collection’s
grant awards, which are instrumental in the building of their
Christian communities and sharing the joy of knowing Christ.
Your support has helped educate African American and Native
American seminarians for priestly service to our Catholic
communities. It has also helped begin a new religious
community for service to Native Americans in Arizona. Just as
the Jubilee Year of Mercy has opened the door to the faithful to
experience God’s unfathomable mercy, your financial
commitment opens the door of faith to these Americans.
Education is fundamental in changing the mores and morals of a
society. Your monetary assistance provides opportunities for a
solid Catholic education in our Indian and Black Catholic mission
schools, allows the purchase of catechetical materials and
bibles, and provides for the formation of lay leadership, to name
just a few ways the collection supports evangelization.
On February 28 2016, all will be asked to participate in the
Black and Indian Mission Collection. Together we build up the
Church and announce the Good News of Jesus Christ. Your
generosity to this collection reflects the depths of your faith and
your willingness to help our brothers and sisters in need; it is an
opportunity to evangelize and further the missionary cause of
bringing the Gospel to our African American and Native
American family.
In the Lord’s Peace,
Most Reverend Robert E. Guglielmone
Bishop of Charleston
Please Take Me Shopping With You
Your Help Is A Blessing To Those In Need
Can Tomato Prod.
Mac & Cheese
Box Mashed Potato
Can Fruit
Hamburger Helper
Can Potatoes
Tuna / Chicken
Salad Dressing
Peanut Butter/Jelly
Grits / Rice
Catsup, Mayo, Mustard
Cereal, Hot or Cold
Saltine Crackers
Cake/Cookie Mix
Can Vegetables
Pancake Mix/Syrup
“For I was Hungry and
you gave me food…”
Thank you for your continued support for OUR
LADY’S KITCHEN and our families in the Food
Distribution Program. Our need is still great. Many
have had hours cut from work, putting another
strain on the family income this winter season.
Our Food Security program and Our Lady’s
Kitchen has been a real life support for the
families who struggle to make ends meet. Your
financial donations and food contributions
are our only means of support for this
growing need in the North Myrtle Beach
These programs could not exist without You
Thank You
and May God Continue to Bless You..
The Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults
The R.C.I.A. is a process of spiritual conversion and growth,
over time, in one’s relationship with God and the Church.
It is a faith journey where adults are fully welcomed into the
Catholic Church. If you’re interested in exploring a relationship
with Jesus Christ; inquiring about the Catholic Church; becoming
Catholic; and being fully initiated into the Catholic Church through
the celebration of the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation &
For more information about the R.C.I.A. process, please
contact Deacon Bob at the Church Office.
Iglesia Católica Nuestra Señora Estrella del Mar
Queridos Hermanos:
En este Domingo celebramos la Fiesta de la Transfiguración del Señor. Jesús se
retira a orar, y lleva consigo a tres Apóstoles, a tres líderes del grupo: Pedro, Juan y
Santiago. y entonces allí en el Monte Tabor, es donde sucede la Gran Manifestación
de Dios, que le conocemos con el nombre de "La Transfiguración del Señor". La
presencia de Moisés y Elías hablando con Jesús, manifiesta que padecer y morir era
la misión del Mesías según la Escritura. Mientras Moisés y Elías, dan razón a Jesús
sobre su aparente fracaso como Mesías, Pedro, Santiago y Juan estaban llenos de
sueño, solamente se les va el sueño al ver la gloria del Señor; es decir, cuando Jesús
les hace ver la gloria de su divinidad. Y apenas se aleja ese momento de "gloria y
divinidad", Pedro, quiere detener el tiempo, quiere hacer perdurar la escena: "Señor,
que bueno es estar aquí...".
Como todas las teofanías o manifestaciones de Dios; La Transfiguración, tiene su
punto culminante en la voz que sale de la nube, que es el símbolo de la presencia
divina. Los tres Apóstoles al sentirse envueltos por la nube se asustan, pero es ahí donde escuchan la
voz: "Este es mi Hijo Amado, escúchenlo". Esta "visión" duró muy poco, para luego dejar a todos frente a la
realidad cotidiana. Es importante que los discípulos acepten el mensaje de Jesús y sigan el camino de Jesús.
Nosotros estamos invitados a afrontar la realidad diaria. Nadie puede refugiarse solamente en la montaña, en la
visión de Dios, en la oración. Las manifestaciones de Dios, las experiencias espirituales o místicas, no son
para separarnos de la realidad; sino para ayudarnos a discernir la realidad en que vivimos, afrontando la
historia en toda su profundidad, y así poder seguir a Jesús con los pies sobre la tierra, y no solamente vivir de
sentimentalismos y emociones.
Cuando Jesús emprende su camino hacia Jerusalén, dónde El sabe muy bien que va a morir, Los Apóstoles
reciben una profunda enseñanza sobre la Cruz, compañera inseparable del Mesías, que ilumina y alienta ese
camino que parece necedad y locura. Entonces, es cuando los tres Apóstoles tienen el privilegio de presenciar
la "Transfiguración del Señor". Ellos ven la gloria del Señor. Según la Biblia, "gloria" no significa fama,
prestigio o triunfo. La palabra "gloria" según la Biblia, es la manifestación total de lo que alguien es, de lo que
Jesús verdaderamente es, de lo que Dios verdaderamente es.
En el corazón de la vida misma de cada persona, cargada a veces de incertidumbres, en medio de los conflictos
de la historia, ahí se hace presente el Mesías: Dios sufriente y
glorioso. Todos estamos invitados a observar las señales de Dios, para
luego aceptarlas, discernirlas, acogerlas y vivirlas.
Pidámosle a la Virgen María, para que Ella nos ayude a recordar
siempre, que el sufrimiento hace parte de nuestra vida, y así luego,
poder tener éxito y triunfar en la vida.
Dios los bendiga.
Padre Orlando.
El Rito de Iniciación Cristiana de Adultos es un proceso de conversión y crecimiento espiritual, que toma
tiempo, en nuestra relación con Dios y la Iglesia.
Es un camino de fe donde los adultos están totalmente bienvenidos en la Iglesia Católica. Si usted está
interesado en la exploración de una relación con Jesucristo y se a preguntado acerca de la Iglesia Católica, o
convirtiéndose a la fe católica, la iniciación en la Iglesia Católica a través de la celebración de los sacramentos del
Bautismo, Confirmación y Eucaristía.
Para obtener más información acerca del proceso, R.I.C.A. por favor póngase en contacto
con la Hermana Glafira Ortega a los teléfonos 843-742-0341 o 249-2356.
Segundo Domingo de Cuaresma
Todos los Viernes de Cuaresma se
estará rezando el Santo Viacrucis en
nuestra iglesia, “Nuestra Señora
Estrella del Mar” OLSS a las 7:00
P:M: (A las Siete de la Noche).
Todos cordialmente invitados.
De 5:00-7:00PM
Pescado blanco de Alaska Dorado al horno o frito
Papas Pequeñitas fritas Hushpuppies Ensalada Sureña
de Frijoles Ensalada de Col fresca Pasta Penne Chef a la a
Nello Pan , café, té, limonada. Cerveza disponible.
Deliciosos pasteles y postres preparados con amor por
las damas de la parroquia a un costo mínimo.
Sólo $ 10.00 por persona.
Estas cenas maravillosas son uno de los más
importantes de todos nuestros eventos
para recaudar fondos parroquiales. Por favor, apoye.
Comida para llevar disponible.
Todo el mundo es bienvenido.
Las condiciones climáticas de invierno son
desastrosas en todo el país y aumentado
drásticamente la demanda de sangre, mientras que estas
condiciones han hecho imposible que los donantes lleguen a los puntos de donación. La sangre está siendo
administrada a alguien en este país cada tres segundos!
Y no puede ser fabricada. Sólo tú puedes salvar una vida
o un máximo de tres con una sola donación . Si usted
está bien de salud, de 17 años en adelante (sin límite de
edad) Los Caballeros de Colón piden que se unan a nosotros el próximo Martes, 23 de Febrero a partir 12a.m.
a 5 p.m. en nuestra sala de banquetes .walk-ins son
bienvenidos, pero se prefieren con cita. Puede comunicarse al 843-249-1841 y hacer una cita.
En Salón de Banquetes de San Andrés
3501 N Kings HWY, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
el día Sábado 27 de Febrero
10:00AM a 2:00PM.
Todos cordialmente Invitados a Participar
Hay Reunión Pastoral el día Martes 2, de Marzo 2016 a
las 7:00 P.M. (Siete de la noche). Las personas que
están integrando los Ministerios deben venir y todas las
demás personas que deseen participar.
Todos cordialmente invitados.
Todos los Jueves hay Hora Santa,
Exposición y Bendición con el
Santísimo. A las 7:00 PM.
Si necesita alguna información para algún
Sacramento o alguna Celebración Litúrgica,
favor comunicarse con el Padre Orlando
Cheverria Teléf.: 843-226-6958.
Si alguien desea llevar la imagen de la
Virgen de Guadalupe y rezar el santo
rosario durante la semana por favor llamar
a Esmeralda Alfaro al 843-421-5291.
La próxima clase para la preparación del sacramento
del Bautismo, será el Martes, 15 de Marzo a las
6:30 P.M. (Seis y treinta de la tarde). Deben asistir
papás y padrinos. Los padrinos deben ser católicos
y casados por la Iglesia Católica, o solteros. (Favor
no traer niños porque hacen mucho ruido). Los
papás deben hablar antes de la preparación, con el
Padre Orlando.
Las parejas que deseen contraer el Sacramento del
Matrimonio, deben informar al Padre Orlando,
mínimo con 6 meses de anticipación, para comenzar
la preparación necesaria. Preparación de Parejas
para el Sacramento del Matrimonio el 2ndo Martes
de cada mes a las 6:30 P.M. Favor no traer niños.
Para la celebración de una Quinceañera, los papás y
familiares deben informar al Padre Orlando, al 843226-6958 o al 843-249-8514 mínimo tres meses de
anticipación, para hacer la preparación necesaria.
Las Confesiones se realizarán todos los Domingos
después de Misa o por cita, favor llamar al Padre
Orlando, si necesita el Sacramento de la Confesión.
CORO Practica del coro todos los Jueves a las 8:00 PM.
después de la Hora Santa ~ les invitamos a participar.
Colecta de la Semana
Febrero 14, 2016
Colección Total
Colección de la Comunidad Hispana
incluida en el Total $ 720.00
Gracias por su Colaboración.

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