February 21, 2016 - St. Norbert Catholic Church



February 21, 2016 - St. Norbert Catholic Church
February 21, 2016 | Second Sunday of Lent
300 East Ta Avenue • Orange, CA 92865
Telephone: (714) 637-4360 • Fax: (714) 637-4311
Rev. Patrick Rudolph, Pastor
Rev. Fredy Mancilla, Parochial Vicar
Rev. John Duy Nguyen, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Antonio Zapata, In Residence
Deacon Dave Blake
Deacon Joseph Esparza
Deacon Juan Espinoza
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m.,
12 noon, 2 p.m. (Spanish), 5:30 p.m.
and 7 p.m. (Spanish)
Monday - Friday: 6:15 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday: 7 p.m. (Spanish)
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
(Sunday Vigil)
Holy Days of Obliga on: as announced
Ahl Agus n, Chris an Service
Irene Ahedo, Office Manager
Joseph Ciccoianni, Principal, St. Norbert
Catholic School
Charlene Dumitru, Adult Faith Forma on
John Erhard, Music Ministry
Carmen Estrada, Hispanic Ministry
Amy Glenane, Parish Life
Janine Kilgore, Liturgical Ministries
Kirsten King, Youth Faith Forma on &
Confirma on
Maria Mar nez, Business Manager
Robin Mayes, School of Religious Educa on
Saturday: 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
First Friday of each month: 9:30 a.m.
to 10:30 a.m.
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
First Friday of each month beginning at 9 a.m.
and concluding at 8 a.m. on Saturday with
Benedic on.
Please call the Parish Office for informa on
and to schedule Bap sm Prepara on.
Programs are available in English or in Spanish.
Please call the Parish Office for informa on.
Six months advance no ce is required.
Marriage Prepara on is available in English or
in Spanish.
Kindly call the Parish Office to make
At the me of death, kindly call the Parish
Office for assistance in making arrangements.
St. Norbert Parish is a dynamic community of disciples of Jesus Christ striving
to continue His ministries of prayer, love and service.
Second Sunday of Lent
Great News!
Jubilee Year of Mercy
We are making progress! As of February 12, 2016, our parish loan balance is $160,678.
Thanks to your generous support, we’re making progress on TWO major fundraising
Many icons depic ng Jesus’
transfigura on bear the Greek tle
Metamorphosis, a technical term also for
nature’s spring me transforma on.
Fi ngly, this Jubilee Year of Mercy
coincides with the Lec onary’s Year of
Luke, for only Luke specifies Moses and
Elijah speaking about Jesus’ “exodus that
he was going to accomplish in
Jerusalem” (Luke 9:31). Israel’s exodus
liberated from slavery; Jesus’ exodus
liberates from sin’s living death of
selfishness. Pope Francis suggests that
Lent’s prayer, fas ng, and works of
charity can transfigure the world, if
Chris ans translate Isaiah’s challenge into
our daily lived experience of Jesus’ lifegiving exodus by releasing those bound
unjustly, se ng free the oppressed,
sharing your bread with the hungry,
bringing the afflicted and homeless into
your house, clothing the naked, not
turning your back on your own. “If you
remove from your midst oppression, and
malicious speech . . . then light shall rise for
you in the darkness . . . you shall be like a
watered garden, like a spring whose water
never fails” (Isaiah 58:9, 10, 11).
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
The For Christ Forever Campaign, the first ever diocesan-wide campaign, was launched
in 2013 to fund local parish support, Catholic educa on, diocesan ministries, priests’
re rement, and the renova on of our future Christ Cathedral campus.
Know, Love and Serve, the 2016 Pastoral Services Appeal, funds ten vital diocesan
ministries. Any funds collected by St. Norbert Parish in excess of our diocesan
assessment are returned to us in the form of a rebate. We are currently using these
rebates to pay down our parish debt from the remodel of the Family & Youth Center.
If you have not yet made your pledge to PSA 2016, you can s ll do so. We welcome your
pledge or one- me dona on, in any amount—small or large—to assist these important
fundraising efforts. You can find pledge envelopes in the back of the church (ves bule),
in the Ministry Center, or you can go to our parish website: www.stnorbertchurch.org
and click on the PSA bu on to make your pledge online.
Every Pledge counts, and we are coun ng on EVERYONE to help!
Parish FCF Campaign Goal: $1,730,171
Total Donors: 506
Total Pledged: $1,648,801
Diocesan PSA Parish Assessment: $151,000
Total Donors: 444
Total Pledged: $176,724
Adult Confirmation
Bap zed and prac cing Catholics, 19 years and older who have not yet
been confirmed are invited to consider prepara on for the Sacrament
of Confirma on. Prepara on classes will be on Tuesday evenings
beginning March 1, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Ministry Center Library.
Confirma on Candidates must have received their First Communion.
Candidates who are married, must have celebrated their wedding in
the Catholic Church. Anyone wishing to prepare for Confirma on must pre-register by
today by calling Charlene at (714) 637-4360 x114. Each Confirma on Candidate will need a
Catholic sponsor, who is confirmed and in good standing with the Church, and who is
willing to par cipate in the weekly prepara on sessions with the candidate. Confirma on
will be celebrated on the Vigil of Pentecost, May 14.
Stations of the Cross
Friday Evenings during Lent at 7 p.m. in the church
All are welcome to join in this tradi onal Lenten devo on of prayer
and reflec on following Jesus on his way to Calvary.
Weekly Parish Offering
Thank you for your continuing support of St. Norbert Parish. For the fiscal year July 1, 2015,
to June 30, 2016, our parish budget calls for $26,850 to be donated weekly at the Sunday
collection. The collection for Sunday, February 14, was $26,900.10. These collections are not
only for operating expenses each week, but also for any ongoing repair work, upgrades, etc.
to our parish facility. Your regular donations are needed for the good of St. Norbert Parish
and the spread of the Gospel.
Parish Life
Taco Sunday
Be sure to stop by the Ministry Center
today for Taco Sunday. Tasty Mexican
foods will be served at Taco Sunday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Your patronage
supports the charitable works of
Chris an Service Ministry.
Daily Lenten Reflections Online
Visit our parish website:www.stnorbert
church.org for a quick link to Bishop Robert
Barron’s Word on Fire Daily Lenten Reflections.
You will be re-directed to Bishop Barron’s page where you can sign
up for a free daily e-mail for a new reflection each day of Lent.
Mom’s Retreat
Join other St. Norbert moms for a weekend away from the hustle
and bustle! Our annual Mom’s Retreat will be held at the
Lestonnac Mountain Chalet in Lake Gregory on the weekend of
March 11-13. The schedule allows me for prayer, discussion,
rest and ge ng to know some amazing women! Moms of all ages
are welcome. The cost is $140, which includes all meals and twonight stay. Please contact Amy Glenane at (714) 637-4360 x399 or
[email protected] for more informa on.
Vacation Bible School 2016
Save the date for this year’s Vaca on
Bible School: June 27 through July 1!
Registra on and sign-ups will begin in
April. Adults who are interested in
volunteering can contact Amy Glenane
at (714) 637-4360 x399 or
[email protected]
Share your Faith
Collection for the Church in Latin America
& Eastern Europe
This weekend we will take up the Collec on for the Church in La n
America and Eastern Europe where Catholics face many
challenges, including violence and a lack of both clergy and lay
leadership to witness to the Gospel message. Please give
generously to this weekend’s special collec on.
Blood Drive
St. Norbert Knights of Columbus Council
15733 will host a Red Cross / St. Joseph
Hospital Blood Drive on Sunday, February 28,
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Ministry Center
Hall. To sign up, go to redcrossblood.org, go to the BLUE Give
Blood, Find a Blood Drive window on the upper right corner,
enter StNorbert, and click on the arrow. On the next page, click on
+ More Details, then select an appointment me. You can also
sign up a er Masses this weekend, February 20 and 21. For more
informa on or assistance, please contact Bill Everest at
[email protected] or (714) 633-9154.
Church Decorations during Lent
The season of Lent is a me of penance, reflec on, and fas ng in
prepara on for Christ's Resurrec on on Easter Sunday. It is also a
me of visual fas ng. The church and sanctuary are inten onally
stark, simple and spare. We respec ully ask that you do not leave
plants or flowers in the church during this Lenten season. Thank
Shawn & Barbara Brule
Married 10 years on February 18, 2016
Fish Fry
Join us on Fridays during Lent from 5
to 7 p.m. in the Ministry Center Hall
for great food, wonderful company
and FISH! The cost is $7 for fish,
cheese pizza, fish tacos or mac n’ cheese. Dinners include French
fries & coleslaw. Clam chowder and desserts are available for
additional charge. Take out is available, too!
Hosted by St. Norbert Catholic School Junior High students.
Quote of the Month
from Pope Francis' General Audience on February 3, 2016
The Sacred Scriptures present God as infinite mercy, but also as
perfect jus ce. When we think of jus ce, we think of its legal
administra on, which seeks retribu on and exacts a penalty.
Such legal jus ce does not conquer evil, but simply stems its
de. The Bible presents true jus ce as a process which avoids a
tribunal. It foresees the offended person going directly to the
guilty party to invite them to conversion, by helping them to see
the evil they have done, and by appealing to their conscience. In
this way, the guilty person is able to see their wrong and be
open to the forgiveness offered. This is how families forgive,
how spouses and children show their love. This is not always
easy, however; it requires that we be ready to forgive and desire
always the salva on of those who offend us. This is God's jus ce.
He does not seek our condemna on, but our salva on. By
making us see the wrong we have done, the Father helps us to
recognize our need for his mercy revealed in Jesus Christ. God's
jus ce is his mercy. As God's children, may we be open to his
divine mercy, and readily and generously share it with our
brothers and sisters.
Youth & Teen Ministries
School of Religious Education
There will be no classes next Sunday, February 28, for Pre-K and
Kindergarten due to the Religious Ed Congress.
Youth Ministry & Confirmation
Please direct all ques ons or inquiries to April Cur n while Kirsten
is on maternity leave. Please con nue to keep Kirsten and her
family in your prayers!
Religious Education Congress
The Religious Educa on Congress begins with Youth Day on
Thursday, February 25, and concludes Sunday, February 28.
C1 Teen/Sponsor Event #2: THIS Sunday,
February 21, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in the FYC
Gym. (Includes 5:30 p.m. Mass.) All C2 teens who
missed their Saint Project Sponsor Event must
a end this day as a make-up.
First Reconciliation & First
For those children who just received the
Sacrament of God’s forgiving love through
Reconcilia on, you have been given Jesus’
gi of peace through forgiveness. What a special blessing during
this Lenten season.
Parents, please mark your calendars for the next event on this
journey. The combined SRE and SNCS First Communion Retreat
will take place on Sunday, April 10, in the Family & Youth Center.
The retreat will begin with the 9 a.m. Mass and conclude at 1:30
p.m. At least one parent for each child must a end.
C2 Teens: Class #8 In homes on Tuesday, February 23, from 7:30
to 9 p.m.
Vision Leadership Team
Vision Forma on Night: Wednesday, March 2, from 7 to 8:30
p.m. in the Youth Room.
Junior High Ministry
Junior High Forma on: Monday, February 22, from 4 to 5:15 p.m.
Registra on for Junior High Ministry is ongoing. Call April with
ques ons at (714) 637-4360 x215.
St. Norbert Catholic School
Now Enrolling for Fall 2016
St. Norbert Catholic School is now
accep ng applica ons for prekindergarten through eighth grade for the
2016-17 school year. Space is limited and
tui on assistance is available. Please stop
by our school office to pick up registra on
materials, or call us at (714) 637-6822.
Age eligibility varies for the first three grades:
 Preschool (3-yearolds): Must be 3 years old by September 1,
 Preschool (4-year olds): Must be 4 years old by September
1, 2016
 Kindergarten: Must be 5 years old by September 1, 2016
To learn more about our parish school, or to take a tour of the
campus, please contact Pa y Bornhop at (714) 637-6822 x204 or
[email protected]
World Youth Day
We are accepting names for a “waitlist” for our
Pilgrimage to Poland in July 2016 for World Youth Day
events. Please contact April at [email protected]
church.org ASAP to get more information or to sign up!
RE Congress Youth Day is this Thursday!
Youth Day Teens: Please make sure to come by the YM office to
pick up your Youth Day ckets, T-shirts and informa on on
Monday or Tuesday a er school!
More Parish Life
Liturgical Ministry Schedules
Schedules for EMs (church and Home Route), Lectors and Altar
Servers for April-May-June will be created in mid-February Please
log in to your MSP account and fill in your availability for these
months no later than Monday, February 29. Extraordinary
Ministers without computer access, please call Fran Needham at
(714) 743-5169, no later than February 29.
Faith Formation & Enrichment
Next week we begin the celebra on of the Scru nies for those
adults and older children who are preparing for Bap sm at the
Easter Vigil. These rites are celebrated on the third, fourth and
fi h Sundays of Lent. The Scru nies are prayers of exorcism asking
God to dispel all evil and powers of darkness from the Elect and to
fill them with light. It is also an invita on to those about to be
bap zed to look deeply into their own hearts to discern where
conversion is s ll needed.
This week’s session on Thursday, February 25, for the Elect will
focus on prepara on for the scru ny rite, based on the Story from
John’s Gospel of the Woman at the Well.
Lenten Reflection
Beginning this Wednesday,
February 24, we will have a 3week series called Priest, Prophet,
King, based on the video
presenta ons of Auxiliary Bishop
of Los Angeles, Robert Barron. This is an in-depth study of the
roles of Christ and how they fulfill the prophecies of the Jewish
Scriptures. Join us on Wednesday evenings during the heart of
Lent to deepen our knowledge of Jesus through these
presenta ons and group discussion. We will meet in the Ministry
Center Library from 7:30 to 9 p.m. For those who wish, a
workbook with addi onal reading and study ques ons will be
available for $20.00. The series can also be beneficial without the
What was happening in the Fifth Century?
Our English word “Pope” comes from Papa, which means father.
Most Bishops in the first centuries of the church were called Papa.
By the fourth century it came to be applied primarily to the five
Patriarchs, the Bishops of Rome, Constan nople, An och,
Alexandria, and An och. These bishops were considered equals.
Among other things, one role of these Patriarchs was to se le
theological disputes between bishops within their area. So, if two
Bishops in North Africa, for instance, disagreed about the Nature
of Christ, they would look for clarifica on to the Patriarch of
When the Patriarch could not resolve an issue, the ques on
generally was presented to a Council of the Church either made
up of local bishops or an Ecumenical Council to which all bishops
in the Church were invited to par cipate. The councils of Nicaea,
Constan nople and Ephesus which have previously been
discussed are examples of this process.
In the middle of the fi h century, Pope Leo began to place
primacy of authority in the Office of the Patriarch of Rome. He
based this on scriptural and historical evidence. The Roman
bishop was in direct succession from St. Peter, who had been
Rome’s first bishop. And, in the Gospels, Peter had been given
primacy among the Apostles directly by Christ. In Ma hew’s
Gospel , Jesus says to Peter “upon this rock, I will build my
church…whatever you shall bind on earth shall be bound in
heaven, and whatever you shall loose on earth shall be loosed in
heaven.” The name “Peter” means “rock.”John’s Gospel relates a
post-resurrec on experience in which Jesus says to Simon Peter,
“feed my lambs…tend my sheep…feed my sheep.” Both of these
passages were understood to bestow the leadership of the church
upon Peter a er Jesus ascends into Heaven. The “feed and tend
my sheep” refers to pastoral care of the church, the authority to
“bind and to loose” refers to governance.
Pope Leo understood this authority given by Jesus as passing from
Peter to his direct successors in the Office of the Patriarch of
Rome. All the Patriarchs, indeed all the bishops, were direct
successors to the Apostles, through the laying on of hands, but
only the Bishop of Rome inherited the unique role of Peter. The
other four Patriarchs did not necessarily agree with Leo on this
point; however from this me, the Church in Rome began to take
on more authority, at least in the Western Churches, in ma er of
doctrine, morals, and governance. The Eastern and North African
Churches tended to con nue to believe that the Patriarchs were
equals. In an a empt to se le this dispute, Leo appealed to the
Emperor, Valen nius III, who issued a decree on June 6, 445 which
recognized the primacy of the Bishop of Rome based on its
rela onship to the Apostle Peter. The issue was not to be se led
so easily, however, and would centuries later be one of the
primary causes of the schism between the Eastern and Western
Churches which s ll exists today.
Like his predecessors, Pope Leo ba led various heresies in the
Church and it was his document on the dual natures of Christ in
One Person, referred to as the Tome of Leo, which defined the
Christological issues at the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD. At the
reading of this Tome, most of the Western and Eastern Church
Fathers shouted in agreement “Peter has spoken through Leo,”
thus affirming the doctrine. However this defini on of the nature
and person of Christ was not accepted by the Oriental Churches,
including the Cop c, Ethiopian, Armenian Apostolic, Syriac,
Eritrean, and Malankara (Indian) Churches which rejected the
Council of Chalcedon and entered into schism (separa on) from
the Western and Eastern Churches who accepted the teaching of
the Council.
Leo had many important theological and poli cal victories. One of
the more interes ng of the poli cal ones, is his mee ng with A la
the Hun who was on the verge of invading Rome, but under
persuasion from Pope Leo, abandoned his plan of a ack and
retreated. Leo was the first Pope to whom has been a ributed the
tle “The Great.”
And, so, the history of the Church con nues.
Ministerio Hispano
Segundo Domingo de
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
Muchos iconos con la imagen de la
transfiguración de Jesús enen un tulo en
griego que dice Metamorphosis, una palabra
técnica que también se refiere a la
transformación natural de la primavera.
Casualmente, este Año Jubilar de la
Misericordia coincide con el Año C en el que
los domingos se lee el Evangelio de Lucas,
además solamente Lucas menciona que
Moisés y Elías “hablaban del éxodo de Jesús,
que él estaba a punto de cumplir en
Jerusalén” (Lucas 9:31). El éxodo de Israel
liberó de la esclavitud; el éxodo de Jesús
libera de la muerte en vida del pecado del
egoísmo. El Papa Francisco sugiere que en
esta Cuaresma la oración, el ayuno y las
obras de caridad pueden transformar al
mundo, si los cris anos en la vida diaria
interpretaran el desa o de Isaías de
experimentar de Jesús el éxodo que da vida
al liberar a los presos injustamente, dando
libertad a los cau vos, compar endo el pan
con los hambrientos, ofreciendo un techo a
los desamparados y afligidos, vis endo al
desnudo, no dándoles la espalda a los más
necesitados. “Si quitas de en medio de el
yugo, el amenazar con el dedo y el hablar
iniquidad, y si te ofreces al hambriento, y
sacias el deseo del afligido, entonces surgirá
tu luz en las nieblas, y tu oscuridad será
como el mediodía. Y el Señor te guiará
con nuamente, saciará tu deseo en los
lugares áridos y dará vigor a tus huesos;
serás como huerto regado y como manan al
cuyas aguas nunca faltan” (Isaías 58:9, 10,
11). —Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
¡Buenas Noticias!
Al mes de febrero 2016, el saldo de la deuda de nuestra parroquia es de $160,678.
¡Gracias a su generoso apoyo, estamos avanzando en DOS importantes campañas de
recaudación de fondos!
La primera gran campaña diocesana Para Cristo Siempre, se puso en marcha en el 2013
para financiar apoyo a parroquias locales, educación católica, ministerios diocesanos,
sacerdotes jubilados, y la renovación de nuestro futuro campus de la catedral de Cristo.
La campaña para los Servicios Pastorales del 2016 Conocer, Amar y Servir, financia diez
ministerios diocesanos vitales. Todos los fondos recaudados por la parroquia de San
Norberto que sobrepasen nuestro compromiso diocesano serán devueltos a la parroquia
en la forma de un descuento. Actualmente estamos u lizando estos fondos para pagar
nuestra deuda por la remodelación del Centro Familiar y Juvenil.
Si aún no ha hecho su promesa para los Servicios Pastorales del 2016, todavía puede
hacerla. Su compromiso, o donación de una sola vez, en cualquier can dad, pequeña o
grande, para ayudar a estos importantes esfuerzos de recaudación de fondos es
bienvenido y apreciado. Los sobres se encuentran disponibles en la parte posterior de la
iglesia (ves bulo), en el Centro de Ministerios, o también puede hacerla en línea en
nuestro si o web de la parroquia: www.stnorbertchurch.org,
¡Cada promesa cuenta, y nosotros contamos con TODOS para ayudar!
Meta Parroquial para la Campaña: $1,730,171
Total Promesas:
Total Prome do: $1,648,801
Compromiso Diocesano: $151,000
Total Promesas:
Total Prome do: $176,724
Observacia Cuaresmal
Con el propósito de profundizar nuestro amor e iden ficación con Cristo, se exhorta a
todos los católicos a par cipar en la misa diaria y recibir la Santa Comunión con
frecuencia; par cipar en las devociones de la Iglesia; dar generosamente a obras religiosas
y de caridad; asis r a los enfermos, los ancianos y los pobres; prac car el ayuno
voluntario, penitencia y abnegación, especialmente en lo relacionado con las bebidas
alcohólicas y entretenimiento social y el orar mas fervientemente, en par cular por las
intenciones del Santo padre.
-Lisa Truxaw/Oficina para el Culto
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Servicio Cristiano
Este mes de febrero Servicio Cristiano está colectando barritas de granola (1.5 oz.) y copitas
de fruta en almíbar/puré de manzana (de cualquier marca). Favor de dejar sus donaciones en
los recipientes que están en las oficinas del Centro de Ministerios. Dios les bendiga por su
continuo apoyo para ayudar a los más necesitados.
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Ofrenda Semanal Parroquial
Agradecemos su apoyo con nuo a San Norberto para el año fiscal de julio 1, 2015 a junio
30, 2016. Sus donaciones dominicales aportan al presupuesto que nuestra parroquia
necesita para cubrir los gastos de cada semana, el cual es de $26,850. La colecta del
domingo pasado 14 de febrero, fue $26,900.10. Se necesita de su donación semanal para
el bienestar de nuestra parroquia y para la promoción del Evangelio.
Ministerio Hispano
Misión Cuaresmal
Escuela de Bíblica de Verano
Cómo Prac car las Obras de
Misericordia en la Familia
Anoten la fecha para registrar a sus niños en la Escuela de Verano,
que se llevará a cabo del 27 de junio al 1 de julio! Las inscripciones
estarán abiertas en el mes de abril.
Estamos iniciando el empo de
Cuaresma, empo de reflexión,
oración y ayuno para recorrer junto
con Jesús la jornada de su Pasión, Muerte y Resurrección;
acompañémosle junto con nuestra familia, en el camino al
La Iglesia nos recuerda constantemente vivir el “Año de la
Misericordia”, como nos invitara el Papa Francisco desde el mes
de diciembre, ahora les invitamos a cada uno, a dar el primer
paso para dar de su tempo, talento y tesoro para con los más
necesitados, pero ¿cómo podemos hacer esto? Vengan y
conozcan las formas en las que cada uno de nosotros podemos
contribuir, los padres Douglas Zavala y Sergio Ramos estarán con
nosotros los miércoles 24 de febrero, y 2 y 9 de marzo, a las 7 p.m.
Estas Reflexiones Cuaresmales darán inicio con la celebración de
la Santa Eucaris a.
Todas las familias y padrinos de los niños que harán su Primera
Comunión, así como todos los niños del Programa de Formación
en la Fe están cordialmente invitados a par cipar, cada uno de
ustedes es importante para nuestra comunidad, ¡contamos con su
Para más información pueden comunicarse a la Oficina del Centro
de Ministerios (714) 637-4360 x105-106.
Primera Reconciliación
Recordamos a los padres de familia cuyos niños van a hacer su
Primera Comunión este año, que el sábado 27 de febrero, de 10
a.m. a 12 p.m., sus niños tendrán su Primera Confesión
(Reconciliación), por favor apoyen a sus niños para este encuentro
con Jesús Misericordioso, y así sus pequeños se sientan alegres de
participar en su segundo sacramento después de su bautizo.
Donación de Sangre
Los Caballeros de Colón del Consejo 15733,
estarán patrocinando un evento de donación
de sangre para la Cruz Roja/Hospital San
José, el próximo domingo 28 de febrero, de
8 a.m. a 2 p.m., en el Centro de Ministerios. Para registrarse vaya
a la página de Internet redcrossblood.org, ya en la página localice
el rectángulo AZUL del lado superior derecho que dice Give Blood,
Find a Blood Drive, teclee StNorbert y haga clic en la flecha. En la
siguiente página, haga clic en el círculo rojo con la flecha blanca a
la derecha de St. Norbert para seleccionar su cita, también puede
hacer su cita después de Misa este fin de semana o comunicarse
con Bill Everest en: [email protected] o (714) 633-9154.
Las personas adultas que estén interesadas en ser voluntarias,
favor de comunicarse con Amy Glenane al (714) 637-4360 x339 o
escribir a [email protected]
Parish Calendar
February 21, 2016 ~ February 27, 2016
Sunday, February 21
Blood Drive Sign-Ups
9:00 a.m. Children’s Liturgy of the Word
10:00 a.m. Taco Sunday
10:30 a.m. RCIA Rite of Sending
3:15 p.m. Grupo de la Divina Misericordia
4:00 p.m. Confirma on 1 Teen/Sponsor Event
Monday, February 22
9:00 a.m. Divine Mercy Prayer Group
9:15 a.m. Monday Morning Bible Study
4:00 p.m. Junior High Ministry
7:00 p.m. Estudio Bíblico para Grupo de Oración
Tuesday, February 23
7:00 p.m. Support Group for Divorced & Separated
7:30 p.m. Confirma on 2 Class in homes
7:30 p.m. RICA
7:30 p.m. Praying with Scripture
Wednesday, February 24
6:30 p.m. Italian Catholic Federa on Branch Mee ng
7:00 p.m. Misión Cuaresmal
7:00 p.m. VBS Planning Mee ng
7:30 p.m. Lenten Reflec on Series: Priest, Prophet, King
7:45 p.m. Grupo de la Divina Misericordia
7:45 p.m. Jóvenes para Cristo Formación de Discípulos
Thursday, February 25
10:00 a.m. Young at Heart Club Mee ng
6:00 p.m. RCIC
7:00 p.m. Grupo de Oración
7:30 p.m. RCIA & Inquiry
Friday, February 26
5:00 p.m. Fish Fry
7:00 p.m. Sta ons of the Cross
Saturday, February 27
8:00 a.m. Knights of Columbus Basketball Free Throw Contest
10:00 a.m. Primera Reconciliación
10:00 a.m. Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL)
10:00 a.m. Preparación para la Ciudadanía
12:00 p.m. Chris an Service Food Distribu on
3:30 p.m. Confessions
Community Life & Groups
Young at Heart Club Meeting
Our next mee ng will be this Thursday, February 25, at 10 a.m.
in the Ministry Center. All parishioners 55 years and older are
invited to a end. This month we are having a potluck. Please
bring a main dish, salad or dessert. We will also have Bingo and a
50/50 drawing.
We are a social club that meets monthly on the fourth Thursday.
We have a variety of events including potlucks, order out, Bingo
and local trips. For more informa on call Pat Vega at (714) 6372014 or Jeanne Honikel at (714) 637-1248. _______________________________________________________________________
Mothers Group
Come connect with other Catholic moms! We
are a diverse group of women gathering
together for mutual support, fellowship,
service and love. We welcome you to join in
our upcoming events and become a part of this great group of moms.
Here’s what we have coming up next month:
 March 11-13: Moms Retreat at Lake Gregory
 Thursday, March 17: Brunch in the Mother Teresa Room
FROM 9:30 to 11 a.m. Cost is $10 or bring a breakfast dish to
share. Childcare IS provided.
 Friday, March 18: Faith & Fellowship at 7:30 p.m.
 Sunday, March 20: Palm Sunday Family Event at 10 a.m.
 Monday, March 21: Park Day at 9:30 a.m. Call for loca on.
For ques ons please contact Penny Kim at [email protected]
or (714) 310-8158 x129.
February Christian Service Food Collection
This month we’re collec ng granola bars (1.5 oz.) and fruit cups/
applesauce (any brand). Kindly leave your dona ons in the bins in
the ves bule this weekend, or in the Ministry Center any me
during the month. Thank you for your con nued assistance in
helping us feed those who are hungry.
Presentation Sisters 25th
Anniversary Retirement
Saturday, March 5
Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
$50 per person
Saint Pius V Catholic Church, Buena Park
The Presentation Sisters Retirement Benefit is a wonderful time to visit
with your favorite Sister, reconnect with friends or simply enjoy
beautiful music performed by this year's special guest, Bishop Vann! In
anticipation of this exciting event, the Retirement Benefit Committee
is collecting favorite stories celebrating the Presentation Sisters' past
and present. These stories may be used in the bulletin or the event
brochure. If you have a special Presentation Sister memory you would
like to share, please e-mail it to [email protected] for
consideration. To purchase your ticket or if you have a donation for
our Silent Auction, please contact Terese Prevost at (714) 952-8312.
Pray for the sick . . .
Dr. Lilian Akagbosu
Sandy Bernard
Kennedy Blalock
The Burke Family
Ramon Cabrera
Giovanni Camponovo
Martha Centellas
Olga Centellas
Samuel Deaso
Faraj Joubran
Kari Hogan
Margaret Kearney
Sheryl Kokery
Johnny Lemucchi
Judy Yarnovich
Mark Losi
José Mar nez
María Mar nez
Brenda Oswald
Michael Peña
Carolyn Pierce
Dean Pierce
Alice Pine e
Max Roy
Aurora Sánchez
Julianne Toohey
Ma hew Vega
Dean Waasted
Alice Walker
. . . and for those who have died.
Lina Cooper
Jerome D’Agos no
Doris Goodding
Kevin Guice
Arnulfo Huerta
Marilyn McMillan
Robert Schilling
Kevin Starbuck
Yvonne Torrence
Teresa Zapata
Mass Intentions
Saturday, February 20, 2016
5:00 p.m. + Ron Pavelka
Sunday, February 21, 2016
7:30 a.m. + Milton Manthey
9:00 a.m.
Cordaway Family
10:30 a.m. St. Norbert Parishioners
12:00 p.m. + Sandra Hollingsworth
2:00 p.m. + Samuel Esqueda
5:30 p.m. + Sharon Anderson
7:00 p.m. + Marco Antonio Duran
Monday, February 22, 2016
6:15 a.m. + James Gindro
8:30 a.m. + Francisco Carrillo
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Rosario Vera
830 a.m. + Nash Rivera
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Bill Muller
8:30 a.m.
Tanya Salcido
7:00 p.m. + Timotea Sánchez
Thursday, February 25, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Jean Puccio
8:30 a.m.
Huyen Nguyen
Friday, February 26, 2016
6:15 a.m.
Lindsey Anne B.
8:30 a.m. + Be y Zimmer
Saturday, February 27, 2016
8:30 a.m. + John Wesley Kern
Our Parish & Beyond
Conference on Business &
Sister Bernie’s
Bingo Bash
Friday, March 4, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, March 5
Two Shows: 2 p.m. & 8 p.m.
Freed Theater at the Christ
Cathedral Campus
Hilton Anaheim Conven on Center
The 14th Annual Conference on Business &
Ethics (CBE) will feature keynote
presenta ons by Bishop Robert Barron and Wing Lam.
Bishop Robert Barron, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles, is the
author of 11 books and host of television and radio programs,
including the award-winning series Catholicism. He is also the
founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.
Equally passionate about his work in the community is Wing Lam,
CEO of Wahoo’s Fish Tacos, a restaurant chain with over 70
loca ons na onwide. His family’s founda on supports various
charitable ini a ves, including ending hunger, suppor ng the
environment, and expanding educa onal opportuni es for
Receiving the pres gious Farmers & Merchants Bank Life me
Achievement Award will be Father Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.
Electronic registra on is available at www.OrangeCatholic
Founda on.org/cbe
Marriage and Family: An Image of God
Husbands, wives—do something together with your spouse to
strengthen your marriage. Join us for an evening of marriage
enrichment. Join us on Friday, February 26, from 7 to 9 p.m. at St.
Vincent de Paul Church, 8345 Talbert Avenue in Hun ngton
Beach. Key talking points will be: Importance of Family in Society,
Love of Spouses, Communica on, and Natural Family Planning.
Free childcare will be provided. There is no cost to the event.
Register online at: h p://goo.gl/AGNXK6, or by calling (714) 2824203 or (714) 282-6001. Sponsored by the Office of Pastoral Care
for Families in All Stages.
Sister Bernie’s Bingo Bash is an original comedy about a priest
and two nuns who travel across the USA playing bingo with hopes
of making enough money to reopen their beloved church—St.
Dymphna! During the Bingo Bash, audience members will partake
in seven Bingo games (based on the seven deadly sins), inspiring
songs, spiritual insight, wacky prizes and some healthy
compe on! Holy hilarity . . . Give ‘em a dime and this traveling
trio may save your soul!
Tickets are $22.00 per person. For informa on and to purchase
ckets, go to www.thatbingoshow.com or call (323) 333-8325.
Catholic Charities Auxiliary
Women who assist Catholic Chari es of
Orange County (CCOC) with fundraising,
community service & extending God’s love.
All women of the Diocese are cordially invited
to a end our General Mee ng on Monday,
February 22, at 9:30 am. Breakfast food will
be served. General Mee ngs are held at Catholic Chari es of
Orange County offices, 1820 East 16th Street (corner of 17th and
Cabrillo), Santa Ana. Phone: (714) 347-9600
Save the Date: Thursday, May 12
The Catholic Women of the Year Luncheon will be held at the
Hilton Orange County Costa Mesa to honor diocesan women
for volunteerism. For ques ons please contact Laurie Bois at
(714) 600-0191.
Charismatic Healing Mass
Wine & Cheese Tasting Party
Monday, February 22, at 7:15 p.m.
Catholic Charities Auxiliary Chapter VII invites
you to a Wine & Cheese Tasting Party on
Tuesday, March 1, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the OC
Wine Mart in Yorba Linda, 4925 Yorba Ranch
Road (Yorba Linda Boulevard & Yorba Ranch
Road). Tickets are $30 per person.
St. Angela Merici Church
585 S. Walnut Avenue in Brea
All who are suffering physically, emo onally,
spiritually, psychologically, or know others who
are, are encouraged to come. All are most welcome! Fr. Ismael
Robles will be the celebrant. For more informa on, please call Jan
at (714) 529-2277.
Wine Tasting will be paired with a variety of
cheeses and a selection of gourmet desserts.
Opportunity drawings will add to the fun.
Sandwiches will be available for purchase. A portion of the ticket
price and 10% of all purchases that evening will be donated to
Catholic Charities.
This event will sell out QUICKLY! Mail your check today, payable to
Catholic Charities Auxiliary, Chapter VII, to: Gerry Stacy, 4475
Avenida de Los Arboles, Yorba Linda, CA 92886. Questions?? Email or call Gerry at [email protected] or (714) 970-5057.
Parish Ministries & Organizations
Adult Faith Forma on
Charlene Dumitru, Director (714) 637-4360 x114
Eucharis c Adora on Commi ee
Ed Majcher ................................. (714) 998-1574
Altar Care
Denise Bi el ................................ (714) 633-2444
Altar Servers/Monaguillos
[English] Karen Purpura .............. (714) 974-6507
[Español] Paula Guerrero ............ (714) 786-7540
Eucharis c Ministers/Ministros
Extraordinarios de Eucharís a
[English] Fran Needham ............. (714) 743-5169
[Español] Juan Guzmán ............... (714) 321-2812
[Español] Fidencia Hernández .... (714) 786-7698
Bap smal Prepara on/Pre-Bau smales
[English] Charlene Dumitru (714) 637-4360 x114
[Español] Carmen Estrada .. (714) 637-4360 x106
[Español] María Ruiz ................... (714) 633-7829
Eucharis c Ministry to the Sick &
[Home Route] Janine Kilgore(714) 637-4360 x110
[Español] María Ruiz ................... (714) 633-7829
Denise Bi el ....................... (714) 637-4360 x130
Filipino Ministry
Lucille Jus niani .......................... (714) 974-4399
Bible Studies
Monday AM - Mary Prather ........ (714) 709-3768
Evening - Charlene Dumitru.. (714) 637-4360 x114
Grupo de Oración
Javier Solis .................................. (657) 200-0505
Irma Chamú ................................ (714) 319-4599
Sonia Jiménez ............................. (714) 203-1187
Elvira Cadena .............................. (714) 631-0031
Bulle n Editor
Joan Doyle .................................. (714) 609-2048
stnorbertbulle [email protected]
Amy Glenane ...................... (714) 637-4360 x399
[Español] Andrés Hernández……(310) 800-3736
[Español] Domi la Sandoval.……(714) 605-2789
[Español] Agus n Sandoval………(714) 574-5146
Calendar Secretary
Lola Reynoso ............................... (714) 637-4360
Charlas Prematrimoniales
Juan Diego Noreña ...................... (714) 932-6350
Arnulfo Francis Soto.................... (714) 478-3026
Childcare Co-Op
Yazmin Rojas-Cameron ............... (714) 393-7633
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Michele Desbiens ........................ (714) 999-2710
Chris an Service
Ahl Agus n ......................... (714) 637-4360 x113
Confirma on Prepara on
Kirsten King ........................ (714) 637-4360 x210
Cub Scout Pack #863
Joe Beckman ............................... (714) 222-2895
Ron Accornero ............................ (714) 396-7295
Joe Esparza ........................ (714) 637-4360 x129
Juan Espinoza .............................. (714) 202-5828
Divine Mercy Prayer Group/La Divina Misericordia
[English] Helen Amposta ............. (714) 279-9441
[Español] María Ramos ............... (657) 221-0886
Divorced & Separated
Kelly Klaus ................................... (949) 292-7281
Elizabeth Ministry
Amy Glenane .............................. (714) 974-8781
ESL (inglés como segundo idioma)
George Dore [solo inglés] ........... (714) 280-2801
Hablas español ............................ (714) 637-4360
Inquiry Classes
Charlene Dumitru ............... (714) 637-4360 x114
John Erhard, Director ......... (714) 637-4360 x126
Contemporary Ensemble, English
Janine Kilgore ..................... (714) 637-4360 x110
Coro de Niños
Ana Muñoz .................................. (714) 402-2789
Domingos, español
Floribeth y Cristal Flores ............. (714) 279-9149
Jóvenes Para Cristo Coro
María Ramos ............................... (714) 417-3064
Miércoles, español
Miguel Lugo ................................ (714) 538-2497
Tradi onal Choir, English
John Erhard ........................ (714) 637-4360 x126
Natural Family Planning
Alyson del Hierro......................... (714) 872-3740
Nurse for Seniors, Order of Malta
Ann Bilash, RN .................... (714) 637-4360 x120
Orange Diocesan Council
of Catholic Women
Carol Dolan ................................. (714) 269-6339
Praying with Scripture
Sr. Breda Christopher .................. (714) 283-2496
Rosalba Hernández ..................... (714) 597-3953
Italian Catholic Federa on
Joe & Rose Digrado..................... (714) 974-1978
[English] Charlene Dumitru (714) 637-4360 x114
[Español] Gilma y Ruben Tenorio (714) 597-1318
Jóvenes Para Cristo
Marco Antonio Cruz ................... (714) 492-9885
Lázaro Cruz ................................. (714) 363-6345
Respect Life
Bernie Vitchus ............................. (714) 771-0984
Kirkwood Eucharis c Ministers
Peter Ricks .................................. (714) 633-0731
Knights of Columbus Council #15733
Tom Dodge .................................. (714) 633-6859
Lady Knights
Carolyn Obrecht ......................... (714) 402-2576
[English] Cameron LaFont ........... (714) 974-3786
[Español] Acacio Mar nez .......... (714) 404-5240
Líders de Comité Hispano
Blandina Rosas ........................... (714) 403-4666
Rita Mejia ................................... (714) 392-6694
Janine Kilgore ..................... (714) 637-4360 x110
Men’s Group of Faith
Gary McKimmey ......................... (714) 224-6160
Ma Terrones............................. (714) 904-5822
Ministerio Hispano
Carmen Estrada .................. (714) 637-4360 x106
Araceli Rodriíuez, Secretary...(714) 637-4360 x105
Mothers Group
Penny Kim................................... (714) 310-8158
Returning Catholics Fellowship
Charlene Dumitru............... (714) 637-4360 x114
St. Norber est
Mike Adray ......................... (714) 637-4360 x116
St. Norbert Catholic School
Joseph Ciccoianni, Principal ........ (714) 637-6822
School of Religious Educa on/Catequistas
[English] Robin Mayes ................ (714) 998-1070
[Español] Carmen Estrada . (714) 637-4360 x106
Sewing Circle
Ellen Riopel ................................. (714) 488-3207
Spritual Advisor
Deacon Joe Esparza ............ (714) 637-4360 X129
Joe Costanza ............................... (714) 532-5494
Young at Heart
Pat Vega ...................................... (714) 637-2014
Young Adult Ministry
Adrian Chávez ............................. (714) 225-4261
Youth Ministry/Adolescentes La nos
Kirsten King, Director ......... (714) 637-4360 x210
April Cur n, Asst. Director . (714) 637-4360 x215
Shyntia Ospino, Admin. Assist. (714) 637-4360 x221

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