February 1, 2015 - St. John Neumann Catholic Church

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February 1, 2015 - St. John Neumann Catholic Church
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February 1, 2015
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
SJN MEN’S CLUB PRESENTS
Julio Valdivia
Latin Cigar Night
Monday, February 2 in Resurrection Hall
SPONSORED BY TOTAL BANK
Menu from Chefs: Jim Iovino and
Lou Romano: Argentinian Flank Steak
CIGARS FOR SALE FROM
Have a fresh mojito at the Men’ Club
Havana Bay Mojito Bar
Todos los hombres de SJN bienvenidos!
Social Hour 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 p.m.
Annual Membership: $20
Dues: Paid Members $14 and NonMembers $18
St. John Neumann Men’s Club
Established 1981 - “Men Serving Men”
I… You… We are One
For centuries, the Catholic Church has performed more
works of charity than any other organization in the world.
Why? Because God is love, and through that powerful statement, He teaches us that it is in giving that we receive. His
message is simple—to love God above all else and to love
others. It is through His love that I seek your help. You are
the answer to someone’s prayers, and together, we are
changing lives.
United, as one family of God, we feed the hungry, cloth the
poor, care for the sick and dying, and touch the hearts of
those in despair. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we
nourish and educate our children, both spiritually and intellectually. We assist the poorest of our parishes and schools
so that all persons may encounter Jesus Christ. We provide
shelter for the homeless. As Catholics, we consistently
defend and respect the dignity of all human life, work to
eliminate prejudice, and promote social justice. We journey
together by sharing in the sacraments—from baptism to
receiving the Eucharist, to confirmation and penance, to
marriage and anointing the sick. And this year, we are
blessed with sixty-five men studying in our seminaries
answering their call to the priesthood to become shepherds
of Christ here in south Florida. You make all this possible.
Let us unite through our support of this year’s ABCD so
that I… you… and we can continue to carry out the good
works of Jesus Christ here in South Florida.
FEBRUARY 1, 2015 - 4TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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MASS INTENTIONS OF THE WEEK
Mon., Feb. 2 - 7:00 a.m. +Eduardo Segredo by Loving
Family; 8:30 a.m. +Betty Ann Bosley by Elizabeth
DeChurch
Tues., Feb. 3 - 7:00 a.m. +Michael Schmidt by Darleen &
Paul Bronson; 8:30 a.m. +Angela Perez by SJN School Family
Wed., Feb. 4 - 7:00 a.m. +; 8:30 a.m. +Albert Bernard Canty
by Mike Campisi
Thurs., Feb. 5 - 7:00 a.m. +Robert Fabian by Loving
Family; 8:30 a.m. +Joaquin Casajuana by Loving Wife
Friday, Feb. 6 – 7:00 a.m. ; 8:30 a.m. +Archie & Florida
Gallant by Trudy Milone
Sat., Feb. 7 - 8:30 a.m. Community Mass; 5:00 p.m.
Confirmandi 2015 by Parish Family
Sun., Feb. 8 -7:30 a.m. +Marie Gentile by Loving Family;
9:00 a.m. +Ivan Klepac by Jana Kaban-Klepac & Family;
11:00 a.m. +Adel by the Celebration Choir; 1:00 p.m. SJN
Parish Family
PRAY FOR THE SICK
Matthew Mersman; Nicolas Carpenter; Rosemary
Clark; Grace Rodriguez; Keysang Chin; Violet Chang;
Gina Fernandez; Chloe Settler; Teresa Fernandez;
Elizabeth Mastromarino; Natalie Mesa; Martha Harkins;
Terry Harkins; Bob Johns; Bill Losa; Denyse Dawson;
Claire Pare Smith; Deacon Tom Aguilu; Graham
Mozealous; Amelia PhangSang; Tracy Gutierrez;
Marilyn March; Graciela Pushaw; Epifanio Rodriguez;
Angela Ortiz; John James Berryarza; Phillip Wong;
Matteo Gherardi; Dylan Almedo; Dennis Phang Sang;
Evelyn Sandoval; Adriane & Jose Rodriguez & Family;
Gerry Vilas; Kathy Tomecko; Anne Brown; Marga
Martinez; Jared A. Rosenstein; Andy Cuevas; Maria
Teresa Mendez; Stephen Michael; Frankie Viturello;
Brianna DeFreites; Stephen Williams; Richard Schuler;
Miguel Estades; Connie Palmer; Rick McLelland.;
Zody Fogarty; Laura Boling; David Bowels; Yoli
Gonzalez; Lucas Giovanni; Margarita
Acevedo;
Norrine Sweeney; Susan Arrington; Ethan Rodriguez;
Lena Antich; Max Mercedes; Patricia Mendoza; Victor
Cobian; Dolores Maksel; Annelise Dlugash; Lena
Callejas; Christine Michaels; Kim Bankston; Isabella
Buckham; Jennifer Hew; Connie Zumbrum; Myrna
Gallagher; Susan Loretta.
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
SUNDAY READINGS:
Get the most out of Sunday Mass! Today’s Readings:
February 1 - 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time: 1st Reading: Deuteronomy 18:15-20; 2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 7:32-35; Gospel: Mark 1:21-28. Next week’s Readings: February 8 - 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time: 1st
Reading: Job 7:1-4,6-7; 2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians
9:16-19,22-23; Gospel: Mark 1:29-39.
ANNUAL WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY MASS
Our Archbishop, Thomas Wenski and the Office of Marriage and Family Life invite all
couples in the Archdioceswe of Miami celebrating their 25th or
50th and above wedding anniversaries in 2015 to join us for
a special Mass on Saturday, February 14 at 5:30 p.m. at
St. Mary’s Cathedral. There will be a photo session with
Archbishop Wenski starting at 4:00 p.m. before the Mass.
Certificates will be distributed after Mass. To register to
participate, please contact Clarissa Moreno at 305-255-6642
ext. 304 by February 3.
DIVINE MERCY MEETS on the first and third
Wednesdays of the month. Next meeting will be on
Wednesday, February 4 at 7:30 p.m., Rm. AE-201.
“Jesus I Trust In you”
WORD OF LIFE: How … do we best respond to
couples struggling with infertility? First, we must
acknowledge their pain and accompany them in
their suffering. — “Children as Commodities?”,
2014 Respect Life Program USCCB Secretariat of
Pro-Life Activities
NEW PARISHIONERS...ARE WELCOMED AT ST. JOHN’S. If you want to join our Parish
Family, please attend one of our orientation meetings which are held one Sunday a month at 9:30
a.m., Rooms E&F. For dates please call the Parish Office or speak to someone at the Information
Booth in the Loggia after Masses on Sundays. Everyone interested in joining is welcome to the
meeting! We have coffee, donuts and juice for the little ones - and you will be out in time for the
11:00 a.m. Mass. CURRENT PARISHIONERS, please inform us of any name, address or phone
changes; this will assist in keeping your records up to date. Thank You!!
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PASTOR’S REFLECTION
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 1, 2015
Dear Friends,
Evil never presents itself to us as vile and horrible.
Evil and the things that are not of God, always present
itself as a “seeming good,” glamorous and attractive.
Jesus has come to unmask evil. He has come to show
us that these powers of evil are not glamorous and
fascinating, but rather tawdry and tedious. They merit
our caution, but not our interest.
•
Why is the spirit Jesus expels (in the gospel we
read today) described as “unclean?”
•
Why do we often run from the truth that
unmasks evil?
As you reflect on God’s Word, may He strengthen you
with His peace. May the good Lord bless you and your
dear family abundantly each day. Please pray for me.
In Christ,
Msgr. Pablo A. Navarro
“Yes, I am happy, perfectly happy; and
do you wish to know where I find true
happiness? At the feet of Jesus in the
Blessed Sacrament.” ~Augustine Maria
of the Blessed Sacrament, Herman Cohen~
COME AND ADORE THE HOLY
EUCHARIST FIRST FRIDAY OF THE
MONTH, FEBRUARY 6, STARTING AT
8:00 P.M.
SIGN UP AFTER ALL THE MASSES!
“COULD YOU NOT KEEP WATCH WITH ME FOR
ONE HOUR?” Mt. 26:40
HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY
We will begin construction in
March for our next Habitat for Humanity House. You
can sign up next week after all masses. The Habitat
for Humanity team will be at all masses to introduce
the Lazo family, who will be the recipient of this
year’s house. We need lots of the “man” and woman”
power to build this home for the Lazo family.
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
ST. JOHN NEUMANN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL
IS ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR THE
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Looking for a PreK3-8th grade school that provides a
Catholic education tailored to meet children’s individual
strengths? St. John Neumann Catholic School offers the
best in faith formation, academic excellence and service
to others.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS IN THE
SCHOOL OFFICE
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Visit our web site at www.sjncs.org for more
information 305-255-7315
SAVE THE DATE FOR ST.
JOHN NEUMANN’S SCHOOL
FIRST ANNUAL EAGLE 5K
RUN/WALK AT ZOO MIAMI
ON FEBRUARY 8! Put on your running
shoes and soar to the finish line! For more
information, visit www.sjncs.org or e-mail
Cris Rodriguez at [email protected]
JUSTICE CORNER:
AUTHORITY & ACTION
Today’s Gospel speaks of Jesus’ authority to teach. Today,
the Magisterium of the Catholic Church continues to teach.
The Holy Father’s speeches, and papal encyclicals provide
wisdom on pressing issues of our times. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) helps us to understand
moral and political issues by examining proposed legislation
through the lens of Scripture and Catholic social teaching.
USCCB advocacy alerts explain how proposed legislation
will impact people who are poor or vulnerable and provide
talking points for speaking with legislators. Jesus calls each
of us to act on His authority, as His hands and feet. We, like
Moses, are called to live prophetic lives to build God’s Kingdom here on earth. And the Church equips us with resources
to advocate for others. Do you receive advocacy alerts? Join a
Catholic Advocacy Alert list today so you can learn how easy
it is to urge elected officials to build a just society. Learn
more at www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/get-involved
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Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
A Cordial Invitation to all couples
Formal Gala Dinner Dance
Saturday, February 14 at 7:30 p.m.
St. John Neumann Resurrection Hall
Catered Full-Course Gourmet Dinner
Soft beverages, white or red wine + Full Open bar
Dinner/Dance Music By DJ- “Thumper”
$150 donation per couple - all inclusive. For tickets contact either:
Gustavo Caballero – 305-772-7766, email: [email protected]
Robert González – 305-793-2330, email: [email protected]
Limited seating – No tickets sold at door
Tables may be reserved for groups of 8 (4 couples)
MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT
& UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN
Are joining together
to attend Ragtime at
Actors’ Playhouse
Wednesday,
February 11 at 8:00 p.m.
Advance ticket purchase at $41 required. Tickets are
limited so reserve your seat now, by calling Wanda
& Manny Vasquez, 305-233-2826, Clarissa & Ruben Moreno, 305-255-6642, Beverly Loftus at 305613-4964 or [email protected]
A FAMILY FEAST – EVERYONE’S
INVITED
Stone Soup Night, February 6, 7:30 p.m.,
Rooms E & F
This is Friday night out for families and single parents.
Kids are welcome We have stone soup, bread, and
brownies. Maybe a touch of wine for the parents.
The main focus is just having a night out and some
time spent socializing. We will offer a topic for
consideration– How we all address compromise inside
and outside the family. Join us! Bring a friend!
https://sites.google.com/site/stonesoupfamilies/
SISTERS IN CHRIST INVITATION
SJN MARRIAGE COVENANT
RETREAT MARCH 20, 21 & 22
The Sacrament of your marriage deserves all the
help you can provide it Spend the day with your
spouse and other couples while exploring new
opportunities to grow even closer to your spouse.
For information contact: Daniel Stanley, 305308-3420 (anytime) or Leonor Leon-Stanley,
305-794-0325 (after 5:00 p.m.).
Sisters in Christ would like to extend a personal
invitation to all Women in the Parish to join us in
a night of reflection and sharing. We will meet on
Monday, February 9 from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. in Rm.
E. Ultimately, we would like to provide an outreach whereby all our sisters can keep in touch
with each other to enhance a friendship based on
the love of Jesus by offering spiritual and moral
support. Bring a small snack to share with other
Sisters in Christ. Hope to see you.
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CALLING ALL
SJN
PARISHIONERS
TO DUST OFF
THEIR
DANCING
SHOES AND
HELP
SUPPORT THE
RESPECT LIFE
MINISTRY
SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY 21
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
FEAST OF ST. BLAISE
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Blessing of the throats after the 7:00 and
8:30 a.m. Masses
Many Catholics might remember Saint Blaise's feast day because of the Blessing of the Throats that took place on this
day. Two candles are blessed, held slightly open, and pressed
against the throat as the blessing is said. Saint Blaise's protection of those with throat troubles apparently comes from a
legend that a boy was brought to him who had a fishbone
stuck in his throat. The boy was about to die when Saint
Blaise healed him.
Though there are few details available of the life of Saint
Blaise, and he does not appear in martyrologies until the ninth
century, it is agreed that Saint Blaise was the Bishop of Sebaste during the period of persecution of Licinius, the early
fourth century.
St. John Neumann's First ever Dancing For Life
Dance Competition is just around the corner!
Save the date for this highly anticipated event
featuring our very own parishioners competing for
the title of the Dancing For Life winner on
February 21, 2015 at 7:00 PM in the Resurrection
Hall.
According to legend, Saint Blaise was a physician at Sebaste
before he became a priest and was raised to the episcopal see.
When the persecutions of Christians began, Blaise took refuge
in the hills. He was discovered living in a cave, by men who
had been sent to hunt him under order of the governor. Legend states that when he was found, he was surrounded by sick
wild beasts whom he was curing.
Our competitors have been working very hard in
preparation to impress our panel of guest judges but
we need a little extra help from all of you to cheer on
your favorite couple! Each ticket will be $8 during
pre-sale and $10 at the door (if available
While in prison awaiting trial and torture, Saint Blaise performed a miraculous cure of a young boy who was choking to
death on a fish bone. After suffering various forms of torture,
Saint Blaise was beheaded.
.
Saint Blaise, pray for us that we may not suffer from
illnesses of the throat and pray that all who are suffering be
healed by God's love. Amen
All proceeds will go to the Respect Life Ministry.
CANDLEMASS – MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2
7:00 AND 8:30 A.M. MASSES
Forty days after the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ we celebrate his presentation in the
Temple, when he was offered to the Father and shown to his people. In addition, the
church celebrates the Purification of the Blessed Virgin. The tradition of the Church is to
carry candles in procession to honor the Blessed Mother. It is on this day that all the
candles used in the Church are blessed. Bring the candles used in your home for a blessing as well.
Lord God, you are the source of everlasting light.
Your son, our beloved Lord Jesus
was presented in the temple 40 days after his birth.
He was recognized by Simeon and Anna,
and welcomed as the promised Messiah.
May we like them, behold the glory of the Lord
Jesus.
Grant that we may stand before you
with hearts cleansed by your forgiving love.
May we serve you all our days
and make your name known
as we worship you as our Lord
So may we come by your grace
to eternal life. Amen
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NOTICIAS DEL APOSTOLADO
APOSTOLADO HISPANO
REFLEXIÓN DEL PÁRROCO
DOMINGO CUARTO EN EL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
1 DE FEBRERO DEL 2015
Queridos Amigos,
El mal nunca se presenta como feo o horrible. El mal, y
las cosas que no son de Dios, siempre se presentan como
algo “bueno” llamativo y atractivo. Jesús ha venido para
desenmascarar al mal. El ha venido para enseñarnos que el
poder del mal no es atractivo ni fascinante, pero si es dañino
y tedioso. El mal merece nuestra cautela, pero NO nuestro
interés.
Yo… Usted… Nosotros, somos uno
Durante siglos, la Iglesia Católica ha realizado más obras de
caridad que cualquier otra organización en el mundo. ¿Por qué?
Debido a que Dios es amor, y a través de esa declaración poderosa,
Él nos enseña que es al dar cuando recibimos. Su mensaje es simple: amar a Dios sobre todas las cosas y amar a los demás. Es a
través de Su amor que yo busco su ayuda. Usted es la respuesta a
las oraciones de alguien, y juntos, podemos ayudar a aquellos que
*¿Por qué le llaman “impuro” al espíritu que Jesús tanto lo necesitan.
expulsa en el evangelio proclamado hoy?
Unidos, como una sola familia de Dios, alimentamos a los ham-
*Por que es que huimos de la verdad que desenmascara brientos, vestimos a los pobres, cuidamos de los enfermos, morial mal?
bundos, y llegamos a los corazones de los desesperados. Con la
Tomen unos minutos en oración de silencio. Pídanle a
Dios que les demuestre formas de responder a Su Palabra
y a Su Plan divino. Por favor oren por mi. Asegúrense que
los tengo a ustedes y a sus seres queridos en mis oraciones
diarias.
En Cristo,
Mons. Pablo A. Navarro
SACRAMENTO DE RECONCILIACIÓN.
El sacramento de Reconciliación (Confesión) se
celebra los Sábados a las 4:00 p.m. EL
SACRAMENTO NO SE CELEBRA ANTES
DE LA MISA.
LECTURAS DOMINICALES: FEBRERO 1 DOMINGO CUARTO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO:
DEUTERONOMIO 18:15-20; 1 CORINTIOS 7:32-35;
MARCOS 1:21-28. FEBRERO 8 - DOMINGO
QUINTO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO: JOB 7:1-4,6-7;
1 CORINTIOS 9:16-19,22-23; MARCOS 1:29-39.
guía del Espíritu Santo, alimentamos y educamos a nuestros hijos,
tanto espiritual como intelectualmente. Ayudamos a los más pobres de nuestras parroquias y escuelas, a fin de que todas las
personas puedan encontrarse con Jesucristo. Proporcionamos
refugio a las personas sin hogar. Como católicos, constantemente
defendemos y respetamos la dignidad de toda vida humana; trabajamos para eliminar los prejuicios y promover la justicia social.
Marchamos juntos mediante la participación de los sacramentos,
desde el bautismo o la recepción de la Eucaristía, la confirmación,
la penitencia y el matrimonio, hasta la unción de los enfermos. Y
este año, hemos sido bendecidos con sesenta y cinco hombres que
estudian en nuestros seminarios, habiendo respondido al llamado
al sacerdocio, para convertirse en pastores de Cristo en el Sur de
La Florida. Ustedes hacen todo esto posible.
Unámonos a través de nuestro apoyo al ABCD de este año, de
manera que yo ... usted ... y nosotros podamos seguir llevando a
cabo las buenas obras de Jesucristo en el Sur de La Florida.
“El AMOR CON EL QUE NOS SEDUCE JESUS
Proxima enseñanza del Instituto Pastoral por el Diacono Henri
Gonzalez el miércoles 4 de febrero a las 7:30 p.m. en los salones C
yD
MISA ANUAL DE ANIVERSARIOS DE BODAS de
PLATA, ORO y MAS
El Arzobispo Thomas G. Wenski y la Oficina de Matrimonio y
"Sí, soy feliz, muy feliz; y ¿deseas saber dónde encuentro la
Vida Familiar invitan a todos los matrimonios de la Arquidiócesis
verdadera felicidad? A los pies de Jesús en la Santísimo
de Miami celebrando sus 25, 50 o más años de matrimonio este
Sacramento. Agustin Maria del Santísimo Sacramento, Herman Cohen.
año a participar en una Misa especial que celebrará el Sábado 14
VEN A ADORAR LA SANTA EUCARISTIA PRIMER de febrero del 2015, a las 5:30pm en la Catedral de St. Mary.
VIERNES DEL MES, FEBRERO 6, A PARTIR DE
Se realizará un sesión de fotografía con el Arzobispo Wenski,
comenzando a las 4:00 p.m. antes de la Misa. Los certificados se
LAS 8:00 P.M. REGISTRESE DESPUES DE LA
distribuirán después de la Misa.
MISA!
“Asi que no habéis podido velar conmigo una hora?” Mateo 26:4
Sch=SJN School
YR=Youth Room
Eucharistic Ministers:
7:30 pm AE-202;
Apostoles AE-201
•Angeles de Agape
7:30 pm RH ABCD
• AGAPE Prayer Group
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Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
LITURGICAL MINISTERS - FEB 7 - 8
7:30pm AE-100
Evangelization RH-D
7:30 pm
Discipulado Hombres
7:30 pm AE-200
Divine Mercy 7:30 pm
AE-200
Lay Ministry 7:30 pm
AE-103
Men’s Club 6:30 PM
RH
8:00pm Chapel
• N/A Men's 7:30
7:30 pm AE-201
Viñedo Raquel 7:30 pm
AE-101
Sp. Bible StudyAE-100
7:30 pm
AE-103
• Sp. Women’s Emmaus
7:30 pm 200
•LEAF AE-101
•Hosanna Jesus AE-100
• EMMAUS Discipleship
Grp. 7:00 pm AB
• Lay Ministry 7:30 pm
• Scouts 7:30 pm AB
• Cub Scouts 7:30 pm CD
• Separated & Divorced
7:30pm AE-102
7:30 pm EF
• Divina Misericordia
Matrimonial 7:30 pm EF
7:30 pm AE-101
• Sp. Men’s Emmaus
• Men’s Emmaus
• 7:55 am Rosary
• 7:00 & 8:30 am Mass
• Men's Bible Study8:00 am E
• RCIA 7:30 pm EF
• Upper Room Prayer
7:30 pm AE102
• 7:55 am Rosary
• 7:00 & 8:30 am Mass
• On the Road Again
• 7:30 am Mass
• 7:55 am Rosary
• 7:55 am Rosary
Msgr. Navarro
• 7:00 & 8:30 am Masses • 8:30 am Mass
• Kairos 7:30 pm
•Emmaus Discipleship 9:00 • 9:00 am Mass
am AE102-103
AE-201
Msgr. Navarro
•Baptism Prep. Class 1:00 • 11:00 am Mass
•Marriage Covenant
pm EF`
7:30 pm 102-7:30 pm
Fr. Rivero
•Spirit Day RH– Adult Ed. • 1:00 pm Mass
• Stone Soup 7:30 pm EF
• Nocturnal Adoration 8 9:00 am
Fr. Rivero
pm to 8 am Saturday
•
Youth Grp. 6:45pm
• Confessions 4:00 pm
Chapel
AE
& RH-E & F
Chapel & Priest
•
AA
8:00 pm School
Sacristy
MS=Main Sanctuary
RH=Resurrection Hall
Gr
8
• 5:00 pm Mass
AE=Adult Education
Fr. Rivero
Building
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• 7:55 am Rosary
• 7:55 am Rosary
• 7:00 & 8:30 am Mass • 7:00 & 8:30 am Mass
• Intercessory Prayer
• Enriquecimiento
8
Sunday
7
3
Tuesday
Monday 2
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Saturday
FEBRUARY 2 - 8
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5:00 p.m. Ron & Chelina Ahearn
Jose Pedro Fernandez
Rita S. Lopez
Barbara Segale
Katie & Daniel Pierson
Maria Bello
Tony & Sandy Mesa
Jorge & Susan Sanchez
Elizabeth Gomez
Margann Wilhelm
7:30 a.m. Damis Gonzalez
Maria Rosa More
Paul Banaszak
Pat Tierney
Kim Bankson
9:00 a.m. Jose & Maria Montesinos
Tom Paz
Jose & Mary Caballero
Peter Glaria
Yesenia Fernandez
Margaret Slama
Justo & Maria Ortiz
11:00 a.m. Tammy Garcia
Pablo & Pedro Rivera
Ruben & Clarissa Moreno
Hilda S. Nolan
Odalys Lledo
Rosie & Robert Vasconcelos
Carlos & Patsy Lastra
Maria & Zeke Concepcion
Paul & Teresita Walkington
Vivian & Albert Sueiras
1:00 p.m. Fresnel & Grace Hernandez
Roberto & Carolina Alas
Aldo & Rochi Bacigalupo
Gloria Zowe
Jimmy Guillen
Juan & Wanda Pujol
Hector & Leslie Ramirez
Luis & Maritza Munoz
Gaston & Jackie Zilleruelo
Lectors:
5:00 p.m. Marge Binder
Michael Carrier
7:30 a.m. David DePaz
Teresa Collier
9:00 a.m. Ethel Dunne
Troy Gatcliffe
11:00 a.m. Robert Gonzalez
Paul Bedard
1:00 p.m. Jorge Alvarez
Alejandra Alvarez
Acolytes:
5:00 p.m. Michael Ahearn
Felipe Jannarone
Luis Sebastian Lopez
Sophia Marie Lopez
Gabriel Maristany
Vincent Sardinas
7:30 am Carson Willis
Sara Kristjansson
Peter Kmieck
Lauren Castano
Carolina Paz
9:00am
Isabelle Seiglie
Danny Collazo
Nicholas Fonseca
Cecilia Seiglie
Arianna Viteri
11:00 am Katie Fernandez
Alexa DePaz
Eliza Garcia
Isabella Garcia
Mateo Oliva
Patrick Oliva
1:00 pm Jorge Escobar
Daniel Victoria
Luis Kannee
Katelyn Alvarez
Sergio Galvez
Ushers Team B
5:00 p.m. Flip Trembley
John Kane
Alex Sardinas
Vance Salter/James Salter
Mario Bosi/Joseph Goncalves
7:30 a.m. W. Sharkey Nussbaum
Ronald Samaroo
9:00 a.m. Nick Chang
Nelson Pay
John Sullivan/Julio Lopez
Tyrone Brown/Sue Farwell
Simon Amofah/Terry Figueroa
Leo Francis
Anthony & Sarah Amofah
11:00 a.m. Ruben Garcia
H. Julian Sosa
Jorge Molina/Eddy Del Rio
Angie Drescher/Luis Guzman
Rene Lopez/Thomas Visney
Jose Bendezu/Roberto Estades
Hernando Sabogal/Emilio Diaz
1:00 p.m. Jose Lopez
Oscar Castro
Maria Taveras/Abdiel Ponce de Leon
Armando Martinez/Rosariuo Reyes
Carlos Anato/Graciela Vigo
Melba Gomez/Guillermina Gomez
Antonio & Liliam Morales
Maritza Taveras/Jose Lopez
Luis & Sandra Arroyo
Manuel & Gabriela Ixtlahuac
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