Palm Sunday of the Lord`s Passion the Lord`s Passion March 29, 2015



Palm Sunday of the Lord`s Passion the Lord`s Passion March 29, 2015
Palm Sunday of
the Lord’s Passion
March 29, 2015
“[Christ Jesus] humbled himself, becoming obedient
to the point of death, even death on a cross.”
~ Philippians 2:8
All Saints is a tithing community, giving back a
portion of God’s blessings in gratitude.
“Put on as God's chosen ones,
heartfelt mercy and kindness."
All Saints rejoices with the parents and families of Mallory
E. and Tyler N. Burke, Lucy M. DiLucca, Kourtney C.
McGinnis and Dominic S. Williams who were recently welcomed into God’s family.
Monday, March 30th Dn 13:1-9,15-17,19-30,33-62;Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:1-11
Monday of Holy Week; Parish Office Closed
† Joseph Przybocki
Sandra J. Evans
Tuesday, March 31st Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3,16-21; Jn 8:21-30
Tuesday of Holy Week
Wednesday, April 1st Is 7:10-14;8:10; Ps 40:7-11; Heb 10:4-10;
Wednesday of Holy Week
Lk 1:26-38
† David Harrington and for the Living and
Deceased Members of the Harrington Family
Michael Chapman and Family
Thu-Sun, Apr. 2-5 EASTER TRIDUUM
(See separate page for schedule)
Sunday, April 5th
Easter Sunday: The Resurrection of the Lord
Please pray for those who are sick or in need, especially ~
Anastasia Adams, Jean Agnew, Marcella Altizer, Helen &
Rakesh Andrews, Rita Arellano, Megan Arp, Lorrie Ball, Robin
Bast, Robert Benedetto, Margaret Berdak, Denise Biggs, Maria
Biosca, Mary Blizzard, John Borden, Ann Brien, Jay Briseno,
Jane Carney, Timothy Ceschin, Maurilio Chaves, Michael
Chettle, Brian Clark, John Connelly, Joseph Conway, Valerie
Corliss, Sandra Culebro, Riley Cullen, Carly Czajkowski, Robert
Dantona, Peter DeFranks, Angel Dietzel, Leo DiFilippo, Sister
Lydia D’Souza, Vincent Eugenio, Lynn Ferguson-Kerns, Nicole
Fini, Reagan Elizabeth Flemming, Anthony Gabriel, Shannon
Gammon, Graciela Garcia, Sam Garman, Teresa Ann Gilday, K.
Darrell Gillman, Mary Giordano, Dick Goble, Joseph Gonzalez,
Claude Grant, Moira Hall, MaryAnn Hassan, Danyl Henderson,
Gary Herman, Francisco Hernandez-Tarralba, Virginia
Hoffman, Marie Horn, Sherry Hudson, Mrs. Husk, Mary
Hutchinson, Audra Peer Jackson, Consuelo Juarez, Molumba
Kamuamga, Mary Margaret Kohill, Bill Lansing, Sr., Brian Lee,
Geraldine LeFierre, Marian Lomis, John Lucas, Morris Lusk,
Betty Maag, Mary Makosky, Nicole McGinn, Ariadna MelendezGuzman, Liem Shinta Maria, Lenny Martelli, Hazel Martino,
Patricia McAndrew, Kimberly McNamara, Jim Meagher, Mary
Ellen Merchant, Eduardo Minas, Ken Moan, Bobbie Moore,
Catherine Morretta, Tullis Moyers, Francis Munsell, Julie Kay
Natali, George H. Nitzel Jr., Melanie Nocera, Philip Nuar,
Daniel W. O’Leary, Anthony Panameno, Michelle Parker,
Sandra Patterson, John Peden, Abigail Pell, Domingos Pereira,
Tom Propes, Michael Puzynski, Laurel Quinn, Joe Reading, Jose
Manual Rosales Rescendiz, Sean Riley, Megan Rivera, Rosalie
Robl, Mary Rogers, Rita Rooney, Fred Rose, Anthony S., Des
Sassov, Patricia Senavitis, Susie Serene, Jerry Shea, Mike
Shoults, Diane Lynn Smith, Patricia Smith, Sheryl Smith, Stan
Sobczynski, Donna Stecker, Barbara Swenson, James Suraci,
Barbara Tasker, Charles Tolley, Mary Tolley, Sylvia Urani,
Antonio Uribe, Virginia Walsh, Kiki Warrick, Bob Weaver, Jim
Westerhouse, Laura Wilkinson, Collette Williams, Frances
Williams, Eleanor Wisniewski, Beatrice Yeager and Richard
4:00am (Sp)
9:30am (MP)
1:30pm (Sp)
Procession of Our Lady
Easter Novena
Rosary Altar Society
† Howard J. Rosfeld
Porfirio and Cristina Jimenez Family
† Deceased Members of our Purgatorial
All Parishioners
For the increase of Priestly Vocations
Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Ex 12:1-8, 11-14 • Ps 116:12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18
1 Cor 11:23-26 • Jn 13:1-15
Good Friday: Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
Is 52:13-53:12 • Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-16, 17, 25
Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9 • Jn 18:1-19:42
Easter Sunday: The Resurrection of the Lord
Acts 10:34a, 37-43 • Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23
Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8 • Jn 20:1-9 or Mk 16:1-7
~ Please pray for all the faithful departed ~
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If you are not receiving mail from the parish,
chances are you are not registered. You are
free to stop by the Parish Office to become a registered
member of All Saints. Parish registration is required to be a
Baptismal Godparent or Confirmation Sponsor. You may
also visit our website at
The week which we call Holy is one that is meant to bring
us into contact with the sacred realities of the suffering,
death, and resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. The
Paschal Triduum (The Three Days) begins with the Mass of
the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday evening, proceeds
into Good Friday with the Solemn Celebration of the
Passion, continues into the silence of Holy Saturday, and
entering into the joy of the Resurrection with the Easter
Vigil and Easter Sunday. The word Paschal refers to the
passover of the Lord, from death to new life. In counting
the Three Days, remember that liturgical time for solemn
feasts begins with sundown of the evening before the day.
All are encouraged to take time out from busy schedules to
gather as a parish as we prayerfully celebrate these days
which lead us into repentance, grace, mercy, and joy.
For the Bishop’s Lenten Appeal, we have reached 101% of
our parish goal with pledges of $392,700. Thank you for
your sacrificial generosity! In particular, we thank our BLA
chair, Janet Smith, and the team of people who have helped
with this effort.
Father Lee Roos
Easter Triduum (The Three Days)
Thurs., Apr. 2
7:30 PM
11:45 PM
Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Adoration of the Holy Eucharist,
following the Mass of the Lord’s
Supper, until midnight (chapel)
Night Prayer (chapel)
Fri., Apr. 3
7:00 AM Office of Readings (church)
8:30 AM Morning Prayer (church)
Congratulations to all Clergy on their Anniversaries of
Ordination being celebrated this year:
March 10th
March 24th
Deacon John Eberlein
Fr. Juan Puigbo
41 Years
14 Years
10:00 AM Stations of the Cross [Spanish]
12:00 NOON Service of The Seven Last W ords of
2:00 PM Stations of the Cross
3:00 PM
Holy Week
Sat., Mar. 28
7:00 PM Dramatization of da Vinci’s
“The Last Supper”
Presented by members of the George
Brent Council, Knights of Columbus
(in the church)
6:00 PM
8:00 PM
followed by the Blessing of Food
Note: There is no 5:30 PM anticipated Mass today.
8:30 PM
Mon., Mar. 30
11:00 AM – 12:00 NOON
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Tue., Mar. 31
6:30 PM Lenten Penance Service
Many priests. Until 8:30 PM
Thurs., Apr. 2
Note: There are no Masses at the church today until
the Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper.
7:00 AM Office of Readings
8:30 AM Morning Prayer
Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
Sat., Apr. 4
8:00 AM Morning Prayer (in the church)
Sun., Mar. 29
Beginning of Holy Week
Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
This is the solemn liturgy of Good
Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
Sun., Apr. 5
Holy Saturday Night: The Easter
(This is the first Mass of Easter;
includes Baptism & Confirmation)
The Resurrection of the Lord
English: 6:00, 7:30, 9:30, & 11:30 AM
Bi-Lingual (English/Spanish):
11:45 AM, in the Parish Activities
Spanish: 9:30 AM, Manassas Park
Community Center;
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Come back to Christ
As we enter Holy Week, it is a time to
renew our Lenten commitment to draw
closer to Christ. On Tuesday, March
31st, we will have the Sacrament of
Reconciliation. Many priests will be present to hear your
confession and bring you God’s mercy. Confession will
renew you as you receive Christ’s forgiveness and the
strengthening that comes from the grace of this sacrament.
Receiving this sacrament is a most important way that we
prepare to celebrate the Lord’s dying and rising in the
Easter Triduum (The Three Days).
The Chrism Mass is held at the Cathedral of St. Thomas
More, Arlington, on Holy Thursday, April 2nd at 10:30AM;
Bishop Loverde is the principal celebrant. The priest
concelebrants renew their priestly promises at this Mass
and the Holy Oils (Sacred Chrism, Oil of Catechumens,
and Oil of the Sick) are blessed at this Mass.
Good Friday is a day of penance to be obser ved as an
obligation in the whole Church, and indeed, through
abstinence (no meat; age 14 and older ) and fasting.
The Easter Vigil is not only one of the most beautiful
liturgies in the Church, it is also the most important
celebration of the entire liturgical year. The Easter Vigil
consists of the blessing of the Easter fire, the Liturgy of the
Word, the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation,
First Eucharist), and the Liturgy of the Eucharist.
In Our Parish
For the safety of all, please drive slowly in the church
parking lots. Concern for the safety of others is an
expression of charity.
Lenten Life. Take one hour before the Blessed Sacrament,
exposed for public prayer in our chapel. We have needs for
adorers at the following times: Mondays from 2:00am3:00am, Wednesdays 10:00-11:00pm and Thursdays from
2:00-3:00am. Contact Aime at 703-392-5260 or
[email protected] for further information.
The Legion of Mary, Mother of the Word Incarnate
Presidium, meets in the PAC, St. Joseph Room, on
Tuesdays at 7:30pm. ● Bible Study - A Thursday Morning
Bible Study Group facilitated by Deacon Brian Majewski
meets every Thursday from 10:00-11:00am in the Church
library. ● The Spirit of Love Charismatic Prayer Group
will meet on Thursday, April 9th from 7:30-9:00pm in the
Fr. Kelley Hall. There will be no meeting on April 2nd. Live
praise and worship and prayer team available for individual
prayer. Come join us! Information: Mary Alice Goldsmith
Additional Driver Needed to dr ive the Chur ch Bus in
transporting seniors to 9:30 Sunday Mass. If interested,
please contact Colleen Colgan at 703-628-2314 or
[email protected]
Please, All Saints is not able to collect clothing or
household items of any kind. We are asking you not to
leave clothing in the food containers, narthex, etc. Make
your clothes donation to the charity of your choice. Thank
you for your understanding.
Why do Catholics distribute palms
on Palm Sunday?
To the ancient Jews, palms were a symbol of
triumph often used in victory celebrations. So, when Jesus
made his triumphant entry into Jerusalem before his
passion and death, the crowds “took palm branches and
went out to meet him, and cried out: “Hosanna! Blessed is
he who comes in the name of the Lord, (even) the king of
Israel” (John 12:13). Today, we are given palms as part of
the Passion (Palm) Sunday liturgy to commemorate the
triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem where he would
give his life for us.
Divine Mercy Sunday
April 12th at 3:00pm in the Church
Pamphlets containing information and guidelines for
praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, along with
information about the Novena of Chaplets, are available in
the book racks and on tables throughout the church. The
Novena of Chaplets of Divine Mercy begins on Good
Friday and ends on Divine Mercy Sunday.
With hole sponsorship starting at only $100, the Par ish
Golf Tournament provides an excellent marketing
opportunity for local businesses. For more information
about corporate sponsorship, please contact Janis DeVore at
(703) 366-1645 or visit our golf website at
All Saints Catholic
Vacation Bible School!
June 29-July 2 8:30am-12:30pm
Rising Kindergarten-5th Grade
Come and surf through the
week at the “beach”!,
Learn about the Catholic
faith and discover more
about Jesus!
The RE Office is surfing for adult and 8th
grade volunteers. Eighth graders can earn Confirmation service hours!
Get forms in the RE office or at Questions?
Call 703-393-2142.
Pastoral Care Needs
Please notify us if you have a family member in Prince
William Hospital or one of the nursing homes. A priest or
Eucharistic Minister will then visit. Please call us at 703393-1411 with the name of the person in need and provide
the patient’s name and room number. If you would like
your loved one to be placed on our Parish Prayer Tree,
please call Maureen at 703-361-4066. If you would like
your loved one to be placed in the bulletin, please call
Linda at 703-393-1430.
The Cancer Prayer and Support Group will be meeting on
Monday, April 27th from 1:00-2:00pm in the Parish
Library. This ministry is for people with cancer and also
cancer survivors. Please call Gillian, Pastoral Care Office
at 703-393-1411 for more information.
WOW - Widows or Widowers - You are invited to come
and join us … This is a group to socialize with, to help
overcome the loneliness, to share experiences and form
new friendships. Come and meet with those who have
walked a similar path with you. Any questions, please call
Gillian at 703-393-1411 or visit our website at http:// or email at [email protected]
5-Car Raffle Update
Did you realize that each ticket has a chance to win cash
drawings and 5 vehicles? When a winner is drawn, their
name goes back into the drum for subsequent drawings.
What a deal! And, the money helps to pay for our church!
A special “thanks” to all who continue to pick up extra
tickets. We've paid for the second vehicle!!
Additional packets are available at the Parish Office daily don't forget to get extras to sell all of your relatives at
Caregiver Support Groups in Manassas is open to the
community and sponsored by Alzheimer’s Association of
the National Capital Area. For more information, please
call (703) 361-8841.
3rd Thursday each month at Caton Merchant Assisted
Living at 7:30pm
1st Friday each month at St. Thomas UMC at 9:30am
All Saints Young Adults
Young Adults in their 20’s and 30’s, single and married,
who seek to engage and grow deeply in their faith.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Lent is a call not just to "give up something" but to "give
something to the poor". There are many poor families within
our parish. When in need, they come to the church. They are
in fact ringing your doorbell.
Your almsgiving in the St. Vincent de Paul poor box will help
the poor to celebrate the grace of God's love this Easter.
If you are experiencing a financial emergency, please call: 703
-368-2429; Spanish speakers: 703-393-1483. If you would
like to learn more about the St. Vincent de Paul Society,
please call 571-264-5750 or 703-626-1833.
Join us every Wednesday from 7:00-9:00pm in the PAC as
we journey through Lent using Fr. Michael Gaitley’s book
Consoling the Heart of Jesus: A Do It Yourself Retreat.
Each meeting will include a video presentation as well as
small group discussions. This 10-week session will lead us
through Lent and culminate on Divine Mercy Sunday. You
may purchase the book on or you can buy it at
the Wednesday meeting (only 2 copies available).
Reading Schedule:
April 4 up to pg 140
Please contact Carmen Briceño at 703-393-2141 x161 or
[email protected] or
Children’s Religious Education
April Class Dates:
Sundays: April 12, 19 and 26 (last class)
Mondays: April 13, 20 and 27 (last class)
Wednesdays: April 15, 22 and 29 (last class)
SPRED: April 11
Religious Education Easter Break
There will be no RE classes during Holy Week and Easter
Week so that families may observe Holy Week and
celebrate Easter.
Sundays: No RE on March 29 or April 5
Mondays: No RE on March 30 or April 6
Wednesdays: No RE on April 1 or 8
Jesus Day Volunteer Training
If you are a volunteer for Jesus Day, please remember to
attend one of the volunteer trainings either on Tuesday,
March 24th or Thur sday, Mar ch 26th at 7:00pm in the Art
Room (216). Please remember the trainings are only for
people that are volunteering for Jesus Day on Saturday,
April 18th.
RE Office: (703) 393-2142
All Saints Catholic School
Spring Picture Day – Wednesday, April 1st
Holy Thursday Prayer Service – Thursday, April 2nd at
7th Grade Passion Play – Thursday, April 2 at 10:45am
Easter Schedule - All Saints will close at noon on Holy
Thursday and will remain closed through Friday, April 10th.
Classes will resume on Monday, April 13th.
Kindergarten Openings for 2015-16 - Did you know that
All Saints still has several openings in its 2015-16
kindergarten class? A 2009 nationally recognized Blue
Ribbon School, All Saints offers academic excellence in a
nurturing Catholic faith environment. Now is a great time
to apply! Simply contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio for more
information: (703) 393-1490 or [email protected]
Leave home a couple of minutes early in order to get
to Mass before it begins.
You will have a moment to collect your thoughts in
this sacred space and prepare for the great gift of
God’s Word and Sacrament.
Third Annual Kid Stuff Sale
Please join us for our 3rd Annual Kid Stuff Sale and
More ... sponsored by MARCH Homeschool and K of C
Squire Roses to benefit AAA Women for Choice on
Saturday, April 11th from 7:00am-12:00 noon at the
Knights of Columbus Hall, 9290 Stonewall Rd.,
Manassas. Maternity, infant, child, and teen clothing,
shoes, baby equipment, furniture, toys, books, and more
will be priced to sell! We are also gratefully accepting taxdeductible donated items from parishioners who want to
support this worthy cause. Please contact Mary
Lewandowski, [email protected] (703-335-7471) or
Kelley Witter, [email protected] (703-257-5619)
for more information. (Any remaining merchandise will be
given to a charitable organization)
Medical Missionaries Gala & Auction
Medical Missionaries 11th Annual Caring Hearts
Gala & Auction ~ Golden Age of Hollywood
Saturday, April 18th at 6:30pm
Knights of Columbus Hall
9290 Stonewall Road, Manassas
Ready for a special night out where you will enjoy
yourselves and be helping others? Attire is semi-formal or
you can come dressed as your favorite movie star from the
1930s to 1950s. Buffet dinner, cash bar, door prizes, silent/
live auction and big band music. Cocktails will be served
at 6:30pm with hors d'oeurves and complimentary
champagne. Door prizes throughout the night.
There will be a grand prize of a new Kindle Fire for those
who purchase a ticket or make an auction donation attendance not required for the grand prize.
Visit our web site:, e-mail
[email protected] or call Erin Thompson at 703
-367-7817. If using the web site, you will be unable to
make your dinner choice. Please call Erin and leave your
name and dinner preference. Tickets will be available at
the door.
My name is Greg Klatt, a parishioner, and I am
working on my Eagle Project. With the recent
weather, I have become concerned about the
homeless so I am making shelter kits for them.
These kits consist of items including; a 5-gallon bucket, a tarp,
a sleeping bag, a towel, a poncho, plastic bags, a flashlight,
waterproof matches/lighter, toilet paper, bug spray, hand
sanitizer, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, and first aid items.
I am asking for donations of these items to create the shelter
kits. Monetary donations will be used to purchase kit items. If
you would be interested in helping or know where I may get
discounts on the listed items, please contact me at
[email protected] or 703-335-9465.
Parish Festival
All Saints “Beach” Festival
April 24th & 25th
Plan on visiting the beach at All Saints for food, entertainment, shopping, story time, face painting, rides,
games and lots of fun. Mark your calendar to have dinner at the festival that weekend - delicious BBQ,
International cuisine, burgers and more.
NEW THIS YEAR - weather permitting - Fr. Juan is going to cook his incredible Paella over
an open fire on Saturday for lunch. For the Ladies - Color Glamour or Expert Foundation
Matching by Liz on Friday from 5:00pm-8:00pm and Saturday from 1:00pm-5:00pm.
Jam Session - Grab your fiddle (or whatever stringed instrument) and join the jam session on Friday night – if you don’t
play – listen to bluegrass/gospel. You’ll be surprised at who is jamming!
Gift Baskets Wanted - Gift baskets last year wer e fabulous! Please use your creativity again this year - You can make
them as big or little as you want. They can be food baskets, toy baskets, stationery, themed as for a baby, get well,
congratulations, etc. We will use them in a very popular game booth. Thanks to your fabulous donations, this game booth
will generate close to $1,000.00. They can be dropped off on Thursday, April 23rd in the gym.
Prizes Wanted - The best prizes for the festival are usually donated! Can you help delight a child or adult by donating
promotional items, left over stock or anything else that you or your company may be willing to donate? Have a donation or
question – call Veronica at 703-368-0666 or e-mail [email protected]
Help Wanted - Don’t wait until the last minute. Running a festival game can be fun! Can you or your organization
help? If your teen needs service hours, this is a great opportunity. Contact Veronica at 703-368-0666 or
[email protected] to sign up.
Baked Goods Wanted: Bake Shop – It’s time to start thinking about what you can bake for the ever popular bake
shop. Giant cookies, muffins, sweet rolls, fudge, bar cookies, your favorite sweet specialty.
Help stock the “Beach Shack” AKA -- Parish Festival White Elephant - So, clean out those cupboar ds, empty the
closets and raid your children’s toys. You will feel great from the accomplishment and the Church will benefit from your
generosity. You can surf your treasures to Meeting Room 2 beginning Monday, April 20th from 3:00-8:00pm. Please make
sure all items are clean and ready for resale. We do not take clothing (this means shoes, belts, blankets, sheets, etc.),
exercise equipment, or stuffed animals. Receipts are available for tax purposes, please ask for one if we forget to offer
it. Have questions, want to volunteer to sort or sell, please contact Cyndi Higginbottom at 703-361-8461 [email protected]
or Claire Golazewski at 703-393-0953 [email protected]
Parish Festival Used Book Sale - We welcome donations of new and used hardback or paperback books, DVDs, video
games, and CDs. Note: W e are not accepting V HS tapes this year. Please do not drop off encyclopedias or software
manuals, etc. that are obsolete. Also, please make sure that your donations are suitable to sell at a parish event. Drop off time
and place are the same as the White Elephant sale: Monday, April 20th - Thursday, April 23rd from 3:00-8:00pm in Meeting
Room #2. We cannot accept donations after Thursday! Tax receipts are available upon request. Thank you so much for your
cooperation and for your donations! Questions? Contact Cris Davis at 703-369-1219 [email protected] or Jennifer Miller
at 703-392-0262 [email protected]
Silent Auction - We need your help: you can do this one of 3 ways. *Treasure: Donate an item that is new or antique but
well kept. *Talent: Solicit a donation from a business that would be enjoyed by families in the parish. *Time: Help with set
up, running, and take down at the auction.
Please contact Michael or Myra Hayde at 703-3310714 or [email protected]
Music and Entertainment will be forthcoming in next weekend’s bulletin.
9th-12th graders
Sunday Nights
in the Parish Activity Center
Catholic Life Communities
Dinner plus Catechesis, Fun,
Catholic Life Communities for HS Teens
Fellowship, & Faith for TEENS
Small group of teens who share,
support, pray, play, serve, and learn.
Girls in P.A.C.
Guys in Upper Room
Each Sunday is a different topic–
Next: Sunday, April 12th
Public School… Catholic School…
Home School… ALL Teens Welcome!
Come Hear Stacey Jackson
From “The Sisterhood” speak
Soldados de Dios
at our April 12th Youth Group!
Time Out Tuesday
for 9th-12th graders
Snacks, Sports, Hang Out, Wii, Pool,
Socializing… open all Tuesdays in the
Upper Room from 3:15-4:45pm
High School Musicians needed for
the 5:30pm Sunday Life Teen Mass
simply show up at 4:30pm to join!
No Habra Soldados
de Dios
El 3 de Abril
(Viernes Santo)
Friday, April 17th
Register now at
6th, 7th & 8th graders
Contact us
Monthly Outing:
1st & 3rd Fridays
in the Gym from 7:00 - 8:15pm
All 7th & 8th Graders welcome from any school
for a different FUN activity each time!
No Prime Time:
April 3 (Good Friday)
NEXT: April 17— 7:00-8:15pm
April 25
3:00 –10:30 Cost $10
At Paul VI High School
Rob Tessier
[email protected]
High School, College, Theatre
Carmen (China) Briceño
[email protected]
Jr. High, Hispanic Outreach
* Habla Español *
Cathy Sledz
[email protected]
Program Assistant
29 de Marzo de 2015
Domingo de Ramos “de la Pasión del Señor”
Misa en Manassas Park de 9:30am ~ Para las intenciones de Rolando y Morena Rodríguez
Misa de 1:30pm ~ Para las intenciones de Miguel Montano
Misa de 7:00pm ~ En memoria de Clara Ugarte y Máximo Gabino
Rev. Lee R. Roos
Rev. Juan Puigbó
Rev. Mauricio Pineda
Avisos Parroquiales
Actividades durante la Semana Santa
Lunes Santo: 30 de marzo: Confesiones:
11:00am-12:00 pm y 2:00pm a 3:00pm
Martes Santo: 31 de marzo: 6:30pm: Ser vicio
penitencial comunitario
Miércoles Santo: 1 de abril: 8:30pm: Pr ocesión
con el Señor de los Milagros (venir vestidos de morado y traer veladoras)
Jueves Santo: 2 de abril: 730pm: Misa Bilingüe
de la Cena del Señor y Lavatorio de los Pies
Domingo: 9:30am en el Viernes Santo: 3 de abril: 10:00am: Vía Cr ucis.
Centro Comunitario de 8:00pm: Liturgia de la Pasión. 9:00pm: Procesión
Manassas Park; 1:30pm del Silencio (traer veladoras)
y 7:00pm en la Iglesia.
Sábado Santo: 4 de abril: 8:30pm: Litur gia SoCONFESIONES:
Miércoles: 6:30pm-8:00pm lemne Bilingüe de la Resurrección de Jesucristo
7:30am-8:00am Domingo de Resurrección: 5 de abril:4:00am:
Sábados: 3:00pm-4:00pm Procesión de la Aurora con la Virgen. 9:30am: Misa
Primer Viernes del Mes:
en Manassas Park. 11:45am: Misa Bilingüe en el
Domingo 8:00pm a Lunes
7:00am; Miércoles 9:00am
a Jueves 7:00am; Jueves
7:00pm a Viernes 7:00am;
Viernes 9:00pm(después de
la Hora Santa) a Sábado
Se ofrece en 2o Grado. Es
obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703-393
-2142 x216.
Se ofrece en 8o Grado. Es
obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703-3932142 x249.
La oficina parroquial esta
abierta de lunes a jueves de
9:00am a 12:00 del medio
día y de 1:00pm a 9:00pm.
Los viernes de 9am a 12:00
del medio día y de 1:00pm
a 8:00pm. Sábados y Domingos de 9:00am a
Para ser héroes de Dios con el
Padre Juan, conéctate a
Centro de Actividades. 1:30pm: Misa en la Iglesia
de Todos los Santos.
Horario de Oficina durante la Semana Santa
Jueves, 2 de Abril ~ estará abierta hasta las 12:30pm
Viernes, 3 de Abril ~ Cerrado
Sábado, 4 de Abril ~ Abierto de 9am a 3pm
Domingo, 5 de Abril ~Cerrado
Lunes, 6 de Abril ~ Cerrado
Seguridad de nuestros hijos
¿Conoce las señales de alerta para el abuso sexual de
los niños? ¿Sabes la diferencia entre el contacto que es
seguro y contactos que podrían ser perjudiciales? ¿Te
gustaría estar mejor educado para proteger a tus hijos
del peligro? La Iglesia de Todos Los Santos está
organizando un seminario Virtus en ESPAÑOL el
Sábado, 11 de abril en el salón Father Kelley Hall Cuatro horas que podría hacer una gran diferencia en las
vidas de nuestros niños y jóvenes. Obligatorio para
todos los voluntarios que tienen contacto directo con
niños y jóvenes menores de 18 años, esta valiosa
formación está disponible para todos los adultos que se
registren en a sitio web Educación y
conciencia pueden ser herramientas poderosas en la
protección de los hijos de Dios de cualquier daño.
Vamos a continuar trabajando para asegurar que nuestra
comunidad de fe es un ambiente seguro y protegido
para los miembros más jóvenes de nuestra parroquia.
3er Venta Anual de Artículos para niños y mas
Por favor, únase a nosotros para nuestra 3er venta anual
de artículos de niños y más.... patrocinado por MARCH
educación en casa y Caballeros de Colon Squire Roses
que beneficiarse a las mujeres del AAA por la elección
el sábado 11 de abril, de 7 am a 12 del mediodía en el
Knights of Columbus Hall, 9290 Stonewall Rd.
Manassas. ¡Maternidad, bebé, niño, adolescente y la
ropa, zapatos, artículos para bebés, muebles, juguetes,
libros, y más tendrá un precio de venta! También
estamos aceptando con gratitud deducibles de
impuestos los artículos donados por los parroquia41nos
que quieran apoyar esta noble causa. Por favor, póngase
en contacto con Mary, [email protected] o al 703335-7471 o Kelley, [email protected] al 703257-5619 para más información. (Cualquier mercancía
restante se le dará a una organización de caridad)
La fe Catolica en video
Usted puede acceder gratuitamente a diferentes
episodios de formación en la fe. Es un material
extraordinario completamente traducido al español.
Debe acceder la página
register. Luego escribir el código de nuestra parroquia:
16e125. Y crear su cuenta. Para español debe dar click
al ícono CC. El programa tiene dos partes: 1.
Conociendo la fe y 2. Viviendo la fe. Usted puede
seleccionar el episodio que desee. Cada episodio tiene
dos videos.
Avisos de Educación Religiosa
Clases de Marzo y Abril
Domingo: 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 (Ultimo día de clases)
Lunes: 4/13, 4/20, 4/27 (ultimo día de clases)
Miércoles: 4/15, 4/22, 4/29 (ultimo día de clases)
SPRED: 4/11
Vacaciones de Pascua de Educación Religiosa
No habrá clases de Educación Religiosa durante la Semana Santa y la Semana de Pascua, para que las familias pueden atender a los eventos de Semana Santa y a
la celebración de Pascua.
Domingo: 29 de Marzo y 5 de Abril no habrá clases
Lunes: 30 de Marzo y 6 de Abril no habrá clases
Miércoles: 1y 8 de Abril, no habrá clases
Entrenamiento para Voluntarios de Un Día
con Jesús
Si usted es un voluntario de Un día con Jesús, por favor
recuerde asistir a uno de los entrenamientos de voluntarios Martes, 24 de marzo o Marzo 26 a la 7:00pm, in el
salón de arte (216). Por favor recuerde que el entrenamiento es solo para las persona que estarán como voluntarios el sábado 18 de Abril en el retiro de Un día
con Jesús.
Teléfono: 703-393-2142

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