DECEMBER 9, 2012
We are now in the Year of Faith which continues through November of 2013. During this year, all Catholics will
have an opportunity to reflect on the Year of Faith through prayer, study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and
study of the Second Vatican Council documents.
▪ During October and November, Msgr. Holmes presented four homilies on Dei Verbum, Vatican II’s Constitution
on Divine Revelation. Audio and notes for these homilies are posted on our website. In January and February,
2013, Msgr. Holmes will present four homilies on Lumen Gentium, Constitution on the Church.
▪ Nine neighborhood discussion groups are now meeting. Please see our website for complete information.
▪ Copies of the Catechism of the Catholic Church in large-format English edition are available for sale in the parish
office for $15.00.
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Cathedral Parish  Madison, Wisconsin
Most Reverend Robert C. Morlino
Bishop of Madison
Reverend Monsignor Kevin D. Holmes
[email protected]
(608) 257-5000 · office
(608) 255-1658 · residence
Reverend José Luis Vázquez
Parochial Vicar
(608) 255-1658
Deacon Raymond Lukesic
Director of Pastoral Care
[email protected]
Marc Laudonio
Director of Evangelization and Catechesis
[email protected]
Nicole Carter
Director of Parish Life and Mission
[email protected]
Amber Cerrato
Director of Religious Education
[email protected]
Leona Rane
Alice Buechner
Maria Culligan
Parish Secretaries
[email protected]
Parish Office
404 East Main Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
(608) 257-5000 – fax 257-5565
Holy Redeemer Church
West Johnson Street
(one half block off State Street)
Saint Patrick Church
East Main Street
(three blocks east of the Capitol Square)
Bless Our Priests Collection This Weekend
Please remember the retired priests of our diocese by making a gift to the
Bless Our Priests Retirement collection. This collection is used to cover the
basic expenses of our retired priests, including rising medical and longterm care costs. Please return your gift in the special envelope in your
packet, or use an envelope available on the kiosks. Your generosity supports retired priests from all 11 counties of our diocese.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration
On the vigil of the feast this Tuesday, December 11th, the principal Mass
for Our Lady of Guadalupe will be celebrated at Holy Redeemer beginning at 10:00 pm. A presentation of the story and rosary will precede the
Mass at 7:00 pm. Mariachis will play for the Mass and serenade the Virgin with the mañanitas until 1:00 am. Food will be shared after the mañanitas. All are invited to come and take part in these festivities, but be
advised that they are entirely in Spanish and are typically very crowded.
The Hispanic Community would like to extend to English-speaking
parishioners a special invitation to join in a bilingual Mass on
Wednesday evening, December 12th. Msgr. Holmes and Fr. José Luis
Vazquez will concelebrate this Mass, which begins at 8:00 pm at Holy
Parish Brunch Next Sunday
The monthly Parish Brunch will take place after the 9:00 am Mass at Holy Redeemer next Sunday, December 16th. All parishioners and their
guests are invited to join us for food and fellowship. Donations are
gratefully accepted.
Christmas Altar Flowers
We will be decorating the beautiful sanctuaries at Holy Redeemer and St.
Patrick Churches with flowers for the Christmas season. Plants may be
purchased through the parish and designated as a memorial to a loved
one. Cash ($10 per plant) or checks, payable to Cathedral Parish, may be
placed in the collection basket in an envelope marked “Altar Flowers.”
Kindly include the name(s) of those you wish remembered. Memorials
received by this Sunday, December 9th, will be acknowledged in the
Christmas bulletin.
Children’s Gifts Due Today
Thank you for your contributions of unwrapped Christmas gifts and
cash donations to the St. Vincent de Paul Christmas Toy and Clothing
Drive. This Sunday is the last day for contributions.
Quo Vadis Meeting This Friday Evening
Single men of all ages are invited to the Quo Vadis discernment evening
on Friday, December 14th, 6:30-9:30 pm at the parish rectory (next to Holy
Redeemer Church). Join us for food, social, Eucharistic Adoration, prayer,
small group discussion and a guest speaker. For more information, call
Rev. Paul Ugo Arinze at 821-3095 or vocations
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Second Sunday of Advent
December 9, 2012
Dear Friends in Christ:
In the bulletin of October 28, 2012, I wrote to you about the prospect of
a complete renovation of the Holy Redeemer School building into student housing, especially to serve those associated with St. Paul’s.
As you will probably recall, the reason
we are developing this proposal on the
“fast track” is that the old roof on that
building has failed, and is now beyond
repair. That is the reason that the plastic has appeared on that roof. It’s a stop
gap measure that is intended to keep
water out of the building until we can
move forward with long term plans.
But with the roof in such precarious
condition, we can no longer count on
having usable space for Religious Education in that building. We have asked
Catholic Charities to vacate the old St.
Patrick Convent (just east of the church) by the end of the year, and after the Christmas holidays our Religious Education classes will be held
there. Full information on the new schedule there will be forthcoming
very shortly.
The plan for the renovation of Holy Redeemer School has been developed by Mark Landgraf (Landgraf Construction), working in collaboration with Kothe Real Estate Partners and Insite Consulting Architects
(who specialize in the reuse of historic buildings). Last Wednesday
evening, this group made a presentation on the project to our parish
Finance Council. Scott Berger, who works for the Diocese of Madison
as a consultant on building issues, was also in attendance. I think it is
fair to say that the proposal was received enthusiastically by the Finance Council. They did recommend that we proceed with it.
I also want to give everyone in the parish a chance to be fully informed
about this project – something that requires more space than is available
in the bulletin. So my intention is to publish a very full description of
the rationale for this project and the financial details on the parish website. Given the busyness of this season and our need to move forward
with this project quickly, I think that this is the best way to get the maximum amount of information out to all interested parties. The website
will also allow us to post good questions that parishioners raise, and the
Your response to the information posted on line will be what I use to
gauge the support of the parish at large. That will be an important element of the presentation that will soon need to be made to the Diocesan
Building Commission.
Please look for that complete summary of the project to be posted on
the parish website by this coming Thursday. Print copies will be available through the office for those who do not have easy internet access.
Msgr. Kevin D. Holmes
Monday, Dec. 10 – Advent Weekday
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Gene Buechner
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
† Roy Crapser
Tuesday, Dec. 11 – St. Damasus I
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Teresa Vanegas
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Special Intention: Kennedy Grace
10:00 pm in Spanish at Holy Redeemer
Por la Comunidad
Wednesday, Dec. 12 – Our Lady of Guadalupe
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† John Stevenson
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Poor Souls in Purgatory
8:00 pm in Spanish at Holy Redeemer
Por la Comunidad
Thursday, Dec. 13 – St. Lucy
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Joseph DiMaggio
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
† Richard Blaney
Friday, Dec. 14 – St. John of the Cross
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Kole & Gardner Families
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
† Silvania Pulley
Saturday, Dec. 15 – Advent Weekday
8:00 am at Holy Redeemer
† Warren Schroeckenthaler
5:00 pm at St. Patrick (Vigil)
Special Intention: Kaity Contreras
6:30 pm in Spanish at Holy Redeemer (Vigil)
† José Ramon Huertas
Sunday, December 16
Third Sunday of Advent
7:00 am at Holy Redeemer (Tridentine)
† Philip Gillett
9:00 am at Holy Redeemer
† Rueben & Mathilda Nicholls, † Louella
Bauer, and † Robert Gill
11:00 am at St. Patrick
People of the Cathedral Parish
11:00 am in Spanish at Holy Redeemer
† Ana Maria Leon y Raul Vargas
5:00 pm at Holy Redeemer
† Deb Beasley
6:30 pm in Spanish at Holy Redeemer
† Luis A. Paulino y † Eddy A. Tavares
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Cathedral Parish  Madison, Wisconsin
This Week at St. Raphael
Tuesday, December 11
10:30 am Mass at Capitol Lakes
Advent Confession Schedule
This Week at St. Patrick
On Saturday, December 22nd, confessions will be heard at St. Patrick
Church from 2:30 until 4:30 pm, and again following the 5:00 pm Mass.
Confessions will also be heard before all weekday Masses from Monday, December 17th, through Thursday, December 20th, from 11:15 am
until noon at St. Patrick, and 4:00 until 5:00 pm at Holy Redeemer.
Tuesday, December 11
6:30 pm Main Event
Church Cleaning and Decorating for Christmas
Wednesday, December 12
5:30 pm St. Thomas More Mass
7:00 pm Young Adult Spirit & Truth
Thursday, December 13
7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal
Sunday, December 16
6:30 pm Religious Education, Gr. 7-Confirmation
This Week at Holy Redeemer
Monday, December 10
6:30 pm Communion & Liberation mtg. (library)
6:00 pm Our Lady of Guadalupe Rehearsal
Tuesday, December 11
6:00 pm Gregorian Chant schola practice
Wednesday, December 12
9:00 am Exposition in Church
5:00 pm Benediction in Church
7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal
Friday, December 14
6:00 pm Fe, Esperanza y Amor meeting in school
Saturday, December 15
9:30 am Anthony Gonzalez Baptism
1:00 pm Diana Nava Presentation
Sunday, December 16
9:15 am Religious Education in school, Gr. K-6
10:00 am Parish Brunch
Electronic Giving
Parishioners interested in making their regular
contributions to the parish through electronic
funds transfers (EFT) may do so by completing a
form online ( or
by calling the parish office.
Would you like to help us prepare our two beautiful churches for Christmas? At Holy Redeemer, cleaning and decorating will take place starting at 9:00 am on Monday, December 24th. At St. Patrick Church, cleaning will take place on Wednesday, December 19th, after the 12:10 pm
Mass, and decorating will take place after the 11:00 am Mass on Sunday,
December 23rd. If you can help, please contact Nicole Carter.
The Posadas (or “Inns”) is a tradition celebrated in Mexico and Central
America, recalling the journey of Mary and Joseph looking for shelter in
Bethlehem. You are invited to attend the Posadas, which will be held at
Holy Redeemer on Sunday, December 16th, and Saturday and Sunday,
December 22nd & 23rd. The Posadas will begin immediately after the
6:30 pm Mass each evening.
 20S&30S MINISTRY 
Join Us This Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Join us this Wednesday, December 12th, when Fr. John
Sasse will present a Meditation on Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Our weekly young adult ministry meets at St. Patrick and is open to
all those in their 20s&30s. Come experience S&T as we learn the richness
of the Catholic Faith, encounter Jesus in Adoration, have the chance for
confession and engage with one another in small group discussions, followed by fellowship at a local restaurant. For more info, check our website or visit or “like” us on Facebook at
Theology on Tap This Thursday, December 13th
Join us this Thursday, December 13th, 7 pm at the Brink Lounge, when
Monica Freng, owner of Monirose Bespoke Gowns, speaks to us about
"Uncovering Modesty: Clothing Ourselves with Dignity and Joy (and
doing it fashionably too!)" Monica is a fellow young adult and holds a
liberal arts degree with a major in Theology from Ave Maria College.
She worked actively in young adult ministry before "retiring" to be a stay
-at-home mom.
Venite Adoremus Christmas Party on Friday, Dec. 14th
Join Young Adults from around the Madison Diocese at a Christmas Party at St. Maria Goretti Parish, from 7:00-10:30 pm. RSVP by Dec. 11. Questions? Contact Lindsay –[email protected]
To receive email updates about Young Adult activities in our parish, please
contact Nicole Carter at 257-5000 or [email protected].
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Second Sunday of Advent
December 9, 2012
Catechists Needed! We are in need of catechists to help teach the special
preparation classes for First Reconciliation. Classes will be held on Monday evenings from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at St. Patrick’s convent (building
next to St. Patrick’s church). Class dates are: February 25 th, March 4th, and
March 11th. Please contact Amber Cerrato at: [email protected]
or 257-5000 ext. 12 if you are interested. Thank you and God bless!
Parents preparing their children for First Communion at home, please
contact Amber Cerrato by December 31st if you wish to register your
child to receive his/her First Communion in spring of 2013: [email protected] or 608-257-5000 ext. 12.
The Main Event continues this Tuesday!
Dec. 11th: The Holy Spirit
‘The Main Event’ is a systematic study of the Catholic Faith for adults,
revealing how all the aspects of the Catholic Faith fit together into one
beautiful plan of God designed to bring us to authentic happiness. The
next session will be covering the section in the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church on ‘The Holy Spirit.’ ‘The Main Event’ begins
with Evening Prayer, followed by the presentation with Q&A, small
group discussion on the evening’s topic, and social time (with snacks)!
‘The Main Event’ is held weekly on Tuesday evenings, from 6:30—8:30
pm at St. Patrick’s. Check the website for more details, including the full
schedule and topics of each gathering.
For further information on any of these programs, visit our website at, or contact Marc Laudonio at 257-5000 or
[email protected].
The Tridentine Mass Society of Madison is a diocesan organization, established to support the celebration of the Tridentine Mass throughout
the Diocese of Madison. It currently focuses its efforts on the Mass at
Holy Redeemer. Next Sunday, December 16th, the Mass will be sung
(Missa Cantata) in the extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.
Festival of Lessons and Carols
The Madison Diocesan Choir will present Lessons and Carols next Sunday, December 16th, at 3:30 pm at the Bishop O’Connor Catholic Pastoral
Center, with Bishop Morlino, presiding. Papal Honors will be conferred
on twenty-four Lay People of the Diocese, including six from our Parish:
Maureen Arcand, Tom and Nan Delaney, Deacon Jack Fernan, John Phillip, and Eric Schiedermayer. Admission is free. Please bring a nonperishable food item for the Catholic Multicultural Center food pantry.
March for Life Bus Pilgrimage, January 23-27
For complete information, contact Michelle: [email protected].
Monday, Dec. 10 – Advent Weekday
Is 35:1-10/Lk 5:17-26
Tuesday, Dec. 11 – St. Damasus I
Is 40:1-11/Mt 18:12-14
Wednesday, Dec. 12 – Our Lady of Guadalupe
Zec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a;12:1-6a,10ab/Lk
1:26-38 or 1:39-47
Thursday, Dec. 13 – St. Lucy
Is 41:13-20/Mt 11:11-15
Friday, Dec. 14 – St. John of the Cross
Is 48:17-19/Mt 11:16-19
Saturday, Dec. 15 – Advent Weekday
Sir 48:1-4, 9-11/Mt 17:9a, 10-13
Sunday, December 16
Third Sunday of Advent
Zep 3:14-18a/Phil 4:4-7/Lk 3:10-18
Third Sunday of Advent (Tridentine)
Phil 4:4-7 / Jn 1:19-28
At Holy Redeemer Church:
Monday – Wednesday, 4:15 – 5:00 pm
Saturday, 7:30 – 8:00 am
Sunday, 6:30 – 6:55 am
At Saint Patrick Church:
Saturday, 3:30 – 4:30 pm
At Holy Redeemer Church: Perpetual Adoration. Eucharistic Chapel is located on the
ground floor of the church, and may be
reached through the side door from the parking lot. On Wednesday only, adoration is in
the upper church from 9:00 am until Benediction at 5:00 pm.
For more information or to sign up for a
regularly scheduled hour of adoration, visit, call 608-833-0554
or email [email protected].
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801 Klein Drive 849-5016
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Parroquia de la Catedral  Madison, Wisconsin
El Reverendísimo Robert C. Morlino
Obispo de Madison
Reverendo Mons. Kevin D. Holmes
Reverendo Padre José Luis Vázquez
Vicario Parroquial
[email protected] (608) 255-1658
Horario de las Misas en español:
Sábados 6:30 pm
Domingos 11:00 am y 6:30 pm
Sacramento de Reconciliación:
Sábados 5:30-6:15 pm
Domingos 10:15-10:45 am
Martes 6:00—8:00 pm
Ministerios Litúrgicos
Mañanitas: Martes 11 a las 10:00 pm
Acólitos: Esteban y Daniel Flores, Víctor Ortega,
J. González, Mario Ramos
Lectores: Claudia Medina, Alicia Becerra
Rogelio Becerra
Eucaristía Víctor Orozco
Adriana Castillo
Grupo de José Ricardo Morales
Miercoles 12 de diciembre - 8:00 pm
Acólitos: Manuel y Norman Fuentes, F. Espinosa,
L. Antonio, A. Pérez
Lectores: Luis Paulino, Mercedes Pozo
Alejandro Antonio
Eucaristía Ángel Paiz
Cecilia Rubalcaba / Coro de Paco Aguilar
Sábado, 15 de diciembre - 6:30 pm
Acólitos: Homero Sánchez
Lectores: Lisette y Alicia Becerra
Rogelio Becerra
Eucaristía Lázaro Florencio
Hospitalidad: Guadalupe Hernández, Nabor
Méndez, Lázaro Florencio, Eloy Farfán
“Diciembre mes de María”
El tiempo de Adviento en el que nos encontramos nos pone a la Virgen como intercesora y como modelo. Con la Iglesia podemos decir que
es el tiempo propiamente Mariano y viene
muy bien por lo tanto en pleno Adviento la
celebración de la Solemnidad de la Inmaculada Concepción de la Virgen María. En
esta fiesta de la Virgen vemos a Nuestra
Señora aplastando la cabeza de la serpiente. Ella, por un privilegio muy especial, ha
sido preservada del pecado original heredado de nuestros primeros padres, Adán y
Eva, con el que todos nacemos y que se nos
borra con el Bautismo, aunque no las consecuencias que es la concupiscencia y que
en palabras del Apostos Pablo podríamos
decir que “ hago el mal que no quiero hacer y el bien que quiero hacer
tanto me cuesta”. Y esta realidad tan trágica todos la experimentamos.
El Adviento nos pone a la Virgen como modelo. Sobre todo en los
últimos días del Adviento la Virgen aparece como la creyente que espera
la llegada del Mesías, en Ella encontramos cumplidos los anhelos y deseos de todos los justos y santos que esperaban con gozo la venida del
El Papa Juan Pablo II nos enseña que, ante la actual cultura de la
muerte, encontramos esperanza en la Virgen de Guadalupe, la gran abogada y defensora de la vida humana. Ella apareció embarazada. Los indios comprendieron que les visitaba la Madre de Dios. Tras la conversión, los indios cesaron de ofrecer sacrificios humanos que hasta entonces eran comunes. Por eso la Iglesia pide hoy día su intercesión para defender la vida contra el genocidio del aborto y otras amenazas contra los
Su mensaje universal de compasión y amor, y su promesa de ayuda
y protección para toda la humanidad, se encuentra relatado en el “Nican
Mopohua”, documento escrito en el siglo 16 en el lenguaje nativo,
Hay razones para creer que en el cerro del Tepeyac, María vino en su
cuerpo glorificado, siendo sus manos físicas las que acomodaron las rosas en la tilma de Juan Diego, lo que hace a esta aparición muy especial.
Domingo, 16 de diciembre - 11:00 am
Acólitos: Francisco Espinosa, Mario Ramos
Lectores: R. Montoya, Vicky Rivas
Salmista: Kenny Cardozo
Monitor: A. Rivera
Eucaristía: Rubén Perales
Hospitalidad: E. Martinic, P. Mena, N. Moreno, J. Zumba
Felicitaciones y Bienvenida
Domingo, 16 de diciembre - 6:30 pm
Acólitos: Abel Martínez
Lectores: Cornelio Domínguez
Salmista: C. Domínguez
Monitor: H. Ruiz
Eucaristía: Marisol González
Hospitalidad: Vitalino Rodríguez, Victoria Vázquez
Le damos la bienvenida a los nuevos cristianos que fueron Bautizado la
semana pasada en Holy Redeemer:
Mayra y Sara, hijas de Luis Ceaca Xelhua y Virginia Villa Ocelotl
Alejandro, hijo de Paganini Perez-Castillo y Geraldine Meneses-Suarez
Edwin, Juan Pedro Damaso y Teresa Marcelino Francisco.
Eric, hijo de Gilberto Flores y Viridiana Ramirez
Sofia, hija de Javier Avila Rios y Rosa Amaya
Padre José Luis Vázquez
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2° domingo de Adviento
9 de diciembre de 2012
¡Se necesitan catequistas! Necesitamos catequistas para ayudar con las
clases de preparación especial para la Reconciliación. Las clases tomarán
lugar los lunes por la noche de 6:30 pm a 8:00 pm en el convento de St.
Patrick (el edificio adjunto a la iglesia de St. Patrick). Las fechas son: 25 de
febrero, 4 de marzo y 11 de marzo. Favor de comunicarse con Amber Cerrato si le agradaría ayudar. 608-257-5000 ext. 12, o por correo electrónico:
[email protected] ¡Gracias y que Dios le bendiga!
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
En la vigilia de la fiesta, martes 11 de diciembre, la Misa principal para
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe es a las 10:00 pm. El Obispo Morlino
nos acompañará en esta Misa. Antes de la Misa, a las 7:00 pm, tendremos una representación de la historia, una danza y el Santo Rosario.
Los mariachis tocarán en la Misa y le darán una serenata a la Virgen
con las mañanitas hasta la 1:00 am. Después de las mañanitas tendremos
un convivio en el comedor.
El miércoles 12 de diciembre, a las 7:00 pm tendremos un grupo
musical y el Santo Rosario. La Misa de celebración a nuestra Señora es
a las 8:00 pm. La comunidad angla esta invitada a compartir con nosotros esta fecha tan especial. Después de la Misa están todos invitados
al comedor para un convivio.
La Misa del 11 y la del 12 será celebrada por Padre José Luis y concelebrada por Mons. Kevin Holmes.
Para ayudar en las distintas áreas, tener información o anotarse
como voluntario, por favor llamen a Mercedes Pozo (658-7706).
Colecta “Bendigan a Nuestros Sacerdotes”
Este fin de semana es la colecta especial para los sacerdotes retirados de
los 11 condados de nuestra Diócesis. El sobre está en su paquete de sobres o en el quiosco. Por favor haga su cheque pagadero a Cathedral Parish y escriba en su cheque que es para “Bless Our Priests.”
Flores Navideñas para el Altar
Estaremos decorando nuestros santuarios en las iglesias de Holy Redeemer y St. Patrick con flores para navidad. Su paquete actual de sobres
contiene un sobre para “Christmas Altar Flowers.” Puede usar este sobre
para hacer la donación en memoria de un ser querido. Por favor incluya
los nombres de quienes desee recordar. La donación sugerida es de $10
por planta y los cheques deben ser a nombre de “Cathedral Parish.”
Las Posadas es una tradición celebrada en México y América Central,
recordando el viaje que María y José hicieron al buscar alberge en Belén. Están invitados a participar en las Posadas, las cuales serán el domingo 16 (inicio de la Novena de Navidad), sábado 22 y domingo 23
inmediatamente después de la Misa de 6:30 pm.
Si piensa realizar algún Sacramento, planéelo con tiempo. Algunos Sacramentos requieren de hasta 10 meses de anticipación para
poder celebrarse. Para más información llamar a la oficina (608) 257-5000 ext. 11.
Requisitos para Bautismo
 Padres y padrinos deben asistir a una
platica pre-bautismal por lo menos un
mes antes del Bautismo. La platica será
en dos sesiones. Llamar a María a la
oficina para anotarse en las clases.
 Los padrinos, si son pareja, deberán presentar copia del acta de su matrimonio católico. Recuerden que las personas que no
estén casadas por la Iglesia y vivan juntas
como pareja o familia no pueden ser padrinos de Bautismo. Si los padrinos no son
pareja, pero tienen sus respectivas parejas
y no son casadas por la iglesia, tampoco
pueden ser padrinos.
 Las personas que piensan ser padrinos,
deben ser católicos: bautizados y confirmados y poder recibir la Sagrada Comunión.
 Después de haber recibido la segunda
charla, deben ir a la oficina parroquial llevando los siguientes documentos: Copia
del acta de nacimiento del niño(a), Copia
del acta de Matrimonio Católico de los
padrinos, constancia que los padrinos
han recibido las charlas pre bautismales.
Copia de documento de identidad con
foto de padres y padrinos.
Próximas Platicas de Bautismo
Este es el horario para las platicas antes y
después de Cuaresma. Por favor recuerden
que las platicas se deben tomar mínimo un
mes antes de la fecha del bautizo, y llevar a
la oficina todos los documentos unas 3 semanas antes del bautizo.
* Diciembre 2012—miércoles 19 y 26
* Enero 2013
—miércoles 2 y 9 y también
miércoles 23 y 30
* Abril 2013
—miércoles 17 y 24
* Mayo 2013
—miércoles 1 y 8 y también
miércoles 22 y 29
Las platicas son de 7 a 9 pm. Los Bautismos
son todos los sábados a las 9:30 de la mañana, y todos los domingos a las 11:00 de la
mañana. Para inscribirse en las clases y/o
separar fecha de bautismo, llamen a María a
la oficina de la parroquia, 257-5000 de martes a viernes de 8:30 am a 2:00 pm.

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