Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church - Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
“We find Christ here. We bring Christ to the world.”
100 Harpersville Road, Newport News, VA 23601
Phone: 757-595-0385 ~ www.olmc.org
Parish Office Hours: Monday ‐ Thursday: 9:00 am ‐ 5:00 pm; Friday: 9:00 am ‐ 3:00 pm School: 757‐596‐2754; Principal – Sr. Dominic, O.P. ext. 213 Outreach Office: 757‐926‐4830 Pregnancy Helpline: 757‐870‐3131 October 12, 2014 ~ The 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am ~ 10:00 am ~ 5:00 pm 2:00 pm — (en Español) Weekdays: Monday: 7:00 am Tuesday: 7:00 am, 6:30 pm Wednesday: 7:00 am, 8:15 am Thursday: 7:00 am, 6:30 pm (en Español) Friday: 8:15 am Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 3:00 ‐ 4:00 pm, Sunday: 12:30 ‐ 1:30 pm, Thursday: 7:30 ‐ 8:00 am or by appointment Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Thursdays 8am to 6pm & 1st Fridays 3pm to 6am PARISH STAFF EXTENSIONS
112 Pastor ‐ Rev. John David Ramsey Parochial Vicar ‐ Rev. Carlos Lerma 129 Priest in Residence ‐ Rev. Peter T. Tran 114 Deacons Rev. Mr. Anton Siochi 113 Rev. Mr. David Dwyer Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu 136 Pastoral Associate ‐ Janet Hassan 120 Children’s Faith Formation (Pre‐K‐5th grade) Christa Blomstrom 119 Youth Ministry (Gr. 6‐12) & Young Adults Christina Harrison 128 Hispanic Ministry ‐ Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu 136 Social Ministry ‐ Tina Wandersee 118 Music & Liturgy ‐ Kelly Soprano 117 Business & Finance ‐ Julie Hall 115 Facilities ‐ Hart Smith 121 Food Service (St. Michael Hall) John Chesney 140 Administrative Assistants Eileen Mazary (Website/Bulletin) 116 Carla Weimer (Manna/Parishioner Records) 126 CNU Catholic Campus Minister ‐ John Hopke 123 Receptionist/Mass Intentions ‐ Cathy Luth 101 Maintenance Technician ‐ Bill Johnson 111 Grace and Nature: Sunrise
During this time of Autumn the sun is rising later and setting earlier with each passing day. At this point it is just coming up as I am driving to the parish The Way
for the 7 a.m. daily Mass. I am blessed of Faith
that my route takes me along the banks of the James River and across the Lion's Bridge. For a few precious sec‐
onds I can see the wide‐open sky beyond the James River Bridge, cov‐
ered or flecked with clouds, or perfectly clear, and always alight with the crisp new light of the sun at the beginning of the day. I'm always re‐
minded of Psalm 19: "At the end of the sky is the rising of the sun; to the furthest end of the sky is its course. There is nothing concealed from its burning heat." In Scripture and throughout the Christian tradition, the sun signifies the Word of God, through whom all things were made, incarnated in the person of Jesus Christ. There is no part of creation which is not illumi‐
nated by the saving love of Jesus, no corner of the world which does not know the presence of Christ. The rising of the sun each day also symbol‐
izes both the rising of Christ from the grave‐‐the Resurrection‐‐and his anticipated return at the Second Coming. Just as the rising sun illumi‐
nates the whole world, scattering the darkness and bringing everything into full view, so also the Resurrection and Second Coming of Jesus bring the light of salvation into the world, overcoming sin and making all things new. For this reason the direction of the rising sun, the East, has always been very richly symbolic for the Christian people: for centuries, wherever possible, churches were built facing East, and the most ancient practice of the church is that both people and priest face toward the East for the consecration of the bread and wine at Mass. The third Eucharistic Prayer in the Roman Missal, often used on Sun‐
days, includes these lines: "...you [O God] never cease to gather a peo‐
ple to yourself, so that from the rising of the sun to its setting a pure sac‐
rifice may be offered to your name." The sacrifice of Christians is what Paul calls "a sacrifice of praise." Since God has given us everything, the only real sacrifice we can make is to live the whole of our lives in praise of God, through his Son, in the power of the Holy Spirit. To live in the awareness that God's love illuminates the whole world and draws us all in; to live "facing East," rejoicing in Christ's Resurrection and anticipating his return; to be a people fed by Christ's own sacrifice in the Eucharist: this is the "sacrifice of praise" we celebrate each new day, with the rising of the sun. ~ Fr John David Bulletin notices and advertising: All information must be sent to the parish office no later than 8AM on Mondays. Please use e‐mail if at all possible and send to: emazary@olmc.org. If you would like to advertise on the back of the bulletin, please call J.S. Paluch at 1‐800‐524‐0263. Page 2 October 12, 2014 Sacraments
This Week at OLMC
October 12 - October 19
SUNDAY 8:00 AM MASS Worship Center 10:00 AM MASS Worship Center 11:00 AM Confirmation Team Mtg. Lukas Schmidt Suite 11:15 AM Welcoming/Registration Gathering Room St. Michael Hall 11:15 AM 1st Sacrament Prep 2:00 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL Worship Center 5:00 PM MASS Worship Center 6:15 PM Senior Youth Group St. Michael Hall MONDAY 7:00 AM MASS Worship Center 7:00 PM Estudios Bíblicos en Español Upper Room Conversational Spanish Gathering Room TUESDAY 7:00 AM MASS Worship Center 8:30‐4:00 Care‐a‐Van Free Medical Care St. Michael Hall 6:30 PM MASS Worship Center Escuela Clases de Ingles como 2do Idioma Children’s Choir Gathering Room 7:00 PM Praise Band Worship Center RCIA & Catholics Come Home St. Michael Hall RICA en Español Gathering Room WEDNESDAY 7:00 AM MASS Worship Center 8:15 AM MASS Worship Center 10:00 AM Momnipotent Gathering Room 6:30 PM Junior Youth Group St. Michael Hall SPRED Two Full Session OLMC School SPRED One Catechists Carmel Center 7:00 PM Adult Choir Worship Center THURSDAY 7:00 AM MASS Worship Center 9:30 AM Women’s Bible Study St. Michael Hall St. Michael Hall 12 NOON 2nd Act Luncheon 6:30 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL Worship Center 7:00 PM Familias de Fe Upper Room Lectores Hispanos Gathering Room FRIDAY 8:15 AM MASS Worship Center 6:30 PM Jerry Galipeau St. Michael Hall Baptisms at OLMC are celebrated seven times throughout the year. Whether you are parents‐to‐be, parents of an infant, or parents of a young child, we invite you to consider having your child baptized into the Catholic faith at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Parents are encouraged to register early to accommodate family and godparents schedules. We are now registering for baptisms the weekend of November 29‐30th. Contact Christa @ 595‐0385, x119 or email cblomstrom@olmc.org. First Penance (Reconciliation) Workshop This Sunday, October 12, 11:15am‐1:45pm at St. Michael Hall Please bring travel size toiletries: toothpaste, individually packaged toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, lotion, mouth‐
wash, deodorant and hand sanitizer. The children will as‐
semble personal care kits at the workshop. Parent and child should attend together. Children must be registered before attending the session. The at home study materials were handed out at the Parent Orientation as well as the Sacrament Booklet with dates & home assignments. Contact Christa in the parish office for more information. Confirmation Entrance Interviews have begun. If you have not signed up for an interview, please do so on the Confirmation website under the Confirmation Interview tab. If you have any ques‐
tions, please contact Christina at charrison@olmc.org. **Mark Your Calendars** The Confirmation Liturgy will be held at Our Lady of Mount Carmel on Thursday, April 16, 2015, at 7pm. Our presider will be Msgr. Mark Lane, Vicar General of the Diocese of Richmond. More information will be given out as the year progresses. SATURDAY 9:00 AM Jerry Galipeau 3:00 PM Reconciliation 5:00 PM MASS SUNDAY 8:00 AM MASS 10:00 AM MASS 11:15 AM JYG Team Meeting 2:00 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL 3:00 PM Convivio 5:00 PM MASS 6:15 PM Senior Youth Group St. Michael Hall Reconciliation Room Worship Center Worship Center Worship Center Lukas Schmidt Suite Worship Center Escuela Worship Center St. Michael Hall Children’s Faith Formation
Kingdom Kids begins October 12th What’s offered for children at the 10 AM Mass?  Kingdom Kids Nursery (1‐3 yrs) meets for the duration of Mass, every Sunday.  Kingdom Kids Pre‐K/Kindergarten (4&5yrs olds) meets for the duration of the Mass.  Kingdom Kids Worship (1st – 5th grades) Children process out at Mass & return before the Eucharist. Kingdom Kids Pre‐K&K and Worship will meet every Sunday except Gathered By Grace Sundays. Registration is free and easy using KidCheck. New! KidCheck: Free Secure Check In System We have begun using KidCheck, a secure check‐in for the Nursery and other Children’s Ministry offerings. Signing up for KidCheck is easy and free to parents. Register today at olmc.org. New ministry opportunity with the KidCheck system! Volunteers are needed to check in families before the 10:00am Mass. What is required? Attend an hour training and arrive 20 minutes before Mass begins. Contact Christa for details cblomstrom@olmc.org. Page 3 October 12, 2014 Nursery
Thanks to the generosity of the Ladies of Carmel, the Nursery has a fresh look! Stop by our new location near the parish store to see the beautiful furnishings the LOC purchased for the nursery. Much appreciation to Heather and the Nursery Moms for their help in setting up the space too! Junior & Senior Youth Groups
Inclusive Ministries
Diocesan White Mass Bishop X. Dilorenzo invites you to attend the Fourth Annual Diocesan White Mass honoring the giftedness of persons with special needs. St. Jerome Parish in Newport News will host the Mass for the Eastern Vicari‐
ate on October 26th at 9:00am. For more information and questions, please contact Nita Grignol at ngrignol@richmonddiocese.org or April NcNulty at amcnulty@richmoncciocese.org. Senior Youth Group will meet on Sunday, October 12th, for So Much More than Abracadabra!, a look at the miracles of Jesus and their importance in our faith. The fun begins at 6:15pm in St. Michael Hall. We will meet again next Sunday, October 19th. Junior Youth Group will meet on Wednesday, October 15th, at 6:30pm for “General Admission.” Begin to understand the importance of grace in the Sacraments of Initiation and learn a thing or two about each one. Middle School Youth Rally Attention all Middle School Youth! Are you full of energy and love for the Catholic faith?! Then consider coming to the Mid‐
dle School Youth Rally on Saturday, Octobers 25th. The day is packed with fun and crazy activities, with a great keynote from APEX Ministries. Interested in attending ‐ contact Chris‐
tina no later than October 15th with money and forms. Upcoming Dates: October 19th ‐ Senior Youth Group October 25th ‐ Middle School Youth Rally October 26th ‐ Halloween Party (Knights of Columbus Event) October 29th ‐ Junior Youth Group Young Adult Ministry
There will be NO IGNITE on October 13th. Theology On Tap Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 14th at Marker 20 in Hampton at 7:00 PM. We are delighted to be hosting Fr. Tyson Wood, an Army Chaplin, who will be talking about his experience being a married Catholic priest. So, grab a beer, meet some new people, and enjoy an inter‐
esting presentation. Any questions, contact Christina at char‐
rison@olmc.org. Initiation Programs
RCIA: A Journey of Faith We welcome newcomers to the Parish Rite of Christian Initiation. This journey of faith is a unique opportunity to explore the teachings of the Catholic faith. For those who choose, this process leads to Initiation in the Catholic Church celebrating the Sacraments of Bap‐
tism, Confirmation and Eucharist in whatever combination those Sacraments are needed. Come, join us for meeting and give the process a try. We meet on Tuesday evenings (three times a month) in St. Michael Hall from 7:00 until 8:30 pm. For more information, contact Janet at 595‐0385, x120 or jhassan@olmc.org. Adult Faith Formation
Momnipotent: A Study to help Moms Find Peace, Balance, and Joy! Next Session: October 15th “Nothing More Than Feelings” Please keep the 15 women of our parish in prayer as they em‐
bark on this journey of encouragement and affirmation of their motherhood in the Momnipotent study.
Special Event Next Week: Jerry Galipeau will be at OLMC October 17‐18. Dr. Galipeau is Vice President and Chief Pub‐
lishing Officer at J. S. Paluch Company and its music and lit‐
urgy division. Jerry presents keynotes and workshops throughout the United States and Canada on liturgical spiri‐
tuality, ritual music, evangelization, and adult spiritual forma‐
tion. Friday night, 6:30‐9:00 pm: “It’s the Community that Initi‐
ates” What is the role of the Parish community in Initiation and Evangelization? Saturday, 9 ‐3: “Leading People to an Intimate Relationship with Jesus Christ” There is a $10 fee for one session or $15 for two. Saturday breakfast and lunch is included. To register email jhas‐
san@olmc.org REGISTRATION CLOSES THIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 13. 2104 Diocese of Richmond Women’s Conference NOVEMBER 8, 9:00 AM‐ 4:45 PM “WOMEN ON THE WAY” This theme plays on the imagery of the great women of Scripture who constantly point the way to Christ while calling to mind the reality that women are often pulled in a million different ways by the demands of society, family, friends and faith. As women of faith we can rise to meet those demands with grace and dignity by setting our sights on the Way that Christ shows us. The conference welcomes national keynote speaker Sister Miriam James, SOLT and guest musician Sarah Hart. The conference will feature multiple breakout sessions, Mass, Reconciliation, moving testimonies, and expo area with several different vendors and ministries available. Reg‐
istration includes admission to the event, buffet lunch and continental breakfast. Early bird registration is available through October 10th for $35. ($40 after that date). $15 for college students. Register at: richmonddiocese.org Parish buses will be available for this event. Please contact Janet Hassan at jhassan@olmc.org to save your place ON THE BUS. Registration for the conference is on your own through the Diocesan Website. Page 4 October 12, 2014 Marriage and Family Life
Social Ministry
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October Marriage Tips:  Talk behind your spouse’s back…to God. If there is some‐
thing your spouse is struggling with or trying to discern, your prayers on their behalf are very important  Even if you’re not doing anything dishonest or flirting on Facebook or other social media, it can still steal time from your marriage. Take your eyes off your computer or phone and gaze at your beloved for a while  Set the alarm on your smart phones for the same time each day. When the alarm goes off it reminds you to stop and pray for your marriage.  By the Lord has this been done, and it is wonderful in our eyes.” (Mt 21:42) Do we recognize the wonderful works of the Lord in our lives and marriage? Give thanks to God for the gift of your life and your spouse. Save the Date! for our Next OLMC Marriage Enrichment Night The next gathering for couples will be Friday, November 14. Our topic will be “Fostering a Couple Connections”. Plan to join us at St. Michael Hall at 7:00 pm. Babysitting is offered with advanced reservation: emazary@olmc.org Music Ministry
Children’s Choir The OLMC Chil‐
dren's Choir is back in action! Rehearsals are held n Tuesdays from 6:30 until 7:00pm. We meet in Our Lady's Gathering Room (the former Daily Mass Chapel). All children in grades 1‐5 are welcome to join! Details regarding schedule and performances are available for parents from Kelly at kso‐
prano@olmc.org. DearOutreachOfficeStaff,
Ladies of Carmel
St. Valentine's Guild will meet on Thursday, October 16, at 7:00, at the home of Pat Gorman. Please call or e‐mail if un‐
able to attend. Virtus Training
Upcoming VIRTUS TRAINING The Diocese mandates that all those that minister with children or youth must take this training prior to volunteering. VIRTUS TRAINING will be offered at: Knights of Columbus Hall, Nettles Dr. ‐ Sat, Oct. 18, at 8:30am Register for the 3 hour session online at Virtusonline.org. Click on Registration to the left of the page. Page 5 October 12, 2014 OLMC Parish News
OLMC Parish News, cont.
The Second Act Senior Group will meet on Thursday, Octo‐
ber 16th, in St. Michael Hall at 12 Noon. Faye and Frank Dougherty are in charge of this gathering, so plan to attend and enjoy this “surprise program!” Please bring your favor‐
ite dish to share. We are looking forward to seeing you! Coat Collection and Bake Sale! The Ladies of Carmel will be having their annual Coat Col‐
lection and Bake Sale after all Masses the weekend of October 25th and 26th. What a great way to celebrate Fall! Fabulous desserts to warm your heart and appetite! Gently used, CLEAN coats, sweaters, hats, gloves, scarves and sweatshirts may be donated this weekend as well. They will be delivered to LINK and St. Vincent's Coat Closet for those in need. Thank you so much for your continuous support for our church and community!! Thank You to everyone who helped to put together the Hispanic Heritage Dinner on September 20 and to all those who attended the event and made it successful! Thank you also to the MC, the chefs, the decorators, the photogra‐
phers, those who set up, and those who cleaned up. The event raised just over $3,000, which will help to support the Latino children who attend our school. Thank you again! Save the Date for OLMC School’s Cornerstone Dinner OLMC Nursery – Child Care Worker Position at OLMC The parish is looking for nursery workers that LOVE children and Jesus! These paid positions involve an average of ap‐
proximately 5 hours per week and require day time and eve‐
ning flexibility. Applicants must be over 18, pass a back‐
ground screening, have references and be extremely reli‐
able. Interested candidates should contact Julie Hall at 595‐
0385 ext. 115 or jhall@olmc.org. Teaching Position Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School has an opening for a part‐time general music teacher starting in November for the remainder of the ‘14‐’15 school year. Teacher certification is required. Applications are available at richmonddioce.org. Inquiries and applications should be directed to Mrs. Tucker, 52 Harpersville Rd., Newport News, VA 23601, 596‐2754. The Cornerstone Dinner will be hosted by Our Lady of Mount Carmel School on Saturday, November 8, at St. Michael Hall. Our theme for the evening is service, with an emphasis on those who serve in our military. Our guest speaker will be Chaplain, Lt. Colonel Joseph Deichert, who is stationed at Langley Air Force Base. All proceeds from the evening will go to help the school in furthering its mission to provide a Christ
‐centered and educationally stimulating environment where students recognize their God‐given gifts and achieve their highest potential. We hope you will join us! If you have any questions, or would like to reserve a seat, please contact AnaMari Clem at 596‐
2754, or anamariclem@olmc‐school.com. Community News
Tutoring Available Children in grades 3‐8 who need a lit‐
tle extra study time are invited to attend “Study Buddies” in St. Michael Hall, a free tutoring ministry, every other Mon‐
day after school. One session will be from 3:30 to 4:15 and the second will be from4:15 to 5:00. Instruction will be avail‐
able in math, science, social studies, writing and reading. Come prepared with study materials and topics. If you let us know you are coming, we will be sure to provide ample snacks, but all are welcome. Contact Christina Harrison at charrision@olmc.org if you are interested. Two Talks for Parents OLMC School is hosting two talks by Fr. Paul Scalia, Vicar for Priests in our neighboring diocese of Arlington. These talks are in preparation for the World Meeting of Families next September. Thursday, October 16, at 6:30 in St. Michael Hall "Because I Said So: The Divine Wisdom of Parents." This takes the most standard and common sayings of parents and discerns in them, not mere knee jerk reactions, but fair expressions of divine truths. In short, that parents should be more confident about their instinctive reactions. Friday, October 17, following morning Mass (9:20) in Gathering Room (former Daily Mass Chapel) "The Monastic Family" which examines how, just as a reli‐
gious family fashions itself on the natural family, so also the natural family can learn some principles for living from men and women religious. Pig Pickin’ Fundraiser Come join Boy Scout Troop 242 for their Fall Pig Pickin’ Fund Raiser on Saturday, November 1, at the Knights of Columbus Hall anytime between 3 & 7pm. More BBQ than you can eat plus plenty of games including a 50/50 raf‐
fle and other prizes. Meal Tickets are $12 and can be purchased after Masses next weekend, or can be purchased at the event. Please contact Mark Lavin to reserve you tickets at 573‐433‐
9378 or mjlavin98@yahoo.com. Interested in becoming a scout? Find out how at boyscouttroop242.weebly.com Youth Halloween Party Come Join Us for FUN!!! Organized by THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS and The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Sunday, October 26, from 12:00pm (Noon) to 3:00pm Where: Knights of Columbus Hall located at 12742 Nettles Drive, NN Haunted House! Zombies! Wear your scariest costume. Refreshments, Games and Entertainments will be provided. Contact: K of C Youth Director Vahwere Kavota kavota@hotmail.com Tel. 755‐6917 Page 6 October 12, 2014 The World Mission Sunday Collection Sunday, October 12, 2014 8:00 – For the People of the Parish 10:00 – Toni Coddington Chris Coddington & Christa Sleeth 2:00 – Maria Elisa Varela Fuentes Alejandra Ortiz 5:00 – Larry Wiese Sharon Martin Mon – (7am) Juan Ramon Agüero Navarro Alejandra Ortiz Tues – (7am) Thomas J. Mannion The Reagan Family (6:30pm) Margaret Mary Schillaci Bob & Phyllis Sharkey Wed – (7am) Anne Lynch The Reagan Family (8:15am) Living & Deceased Members of St. Mary’s Guild Thur – (7am) Margaret Gayle Bonnie Tingle (6:30pm) Tom Power Bonnie Tingle Fri – (8:15am) Daniel Quinn The Dominican Sisters Saturday, October 18, 2014 5:00 – Kathy Martello Dixon Eleanore Handley Sunday, October 19, 2014 8:00 – For the People of the Parish 10:00 – Susie Wood Don Wood 2:00 – Maria Elisa Varela Fuentes Alejandra Ortiz 5:00 – Larry Wiese Michael Reilley By Baptism, all Catholics are called to participate in the mis‐
sion of the Church, called to share their faith as missionaries. Next weekend is World Mission Sunday, October 19, which gathers support for the pastoral and evangelizing programs and needs of more than 1,150 mission dioceses in Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands, and remote regions of Latin America. The funds gathered on World Mission Sunday are distributed in the pope's name by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith—a Pontifical Mission Society. Worship Center Flowers Flowers in the Worship Center this weekend are given in memory of Helen Williams from her loving daughter. Offertory Processions: Parishioners are invited to carry the gifts during the Offertory Procession at all of our liturgies. If you are celebrating a memorial, birthday, or anniversary, please sign up on the Gift Bearers poster in the Commons. Our Lady of Mount Carmel School News
Save the Date for
OLMC School’s Cornerstone Dinner
The Cornerstone Dinner will be hosted by Our Lady of Mount Carmel School on Saturday, November 8, at St. Michael Hall. Our theme for the evening is service, with an emphasis on those who serve in our military. Our guest speaker will be Chaplain, Lt. Colonel Joseph Deichert, who is stationed at Langley Air Force Base. All proceeds from the evening will go to help the school in furthering its mission to provide a Christ‐centered and educationally stimulating environ‐
ment where students recognize their God‐given gifts and achieve their highest potential. We hope you will join us! If you have any questions, or would like to reserve a seat, please contact AnaMari Clem at 596‐2754, or anamariclem@olmc‐school.com. OLMC School has long enjoyed a reputation for academic excellence, which was magnified in 2009 when it was awarded the National Blue Ribbon of Excellence for its sustained, distinguished academic achievement. The Blue Ribbon is a national recognition of what the students have always received at OLMC – a strong foundation in academics, morals, and discipline. The students and teachers, supported by the wider parent community and the parish, engage in teaching and learning in a creative, warm, Christ‐centered environment. If you would like a tour of our school or have any questions about a particular grade or curriculum requirements, please call Mrs. Tucker at 596‐2754. Page 7 Vigesimoctavo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario PARROQUIA NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL CARMEN Ministerio Hispano: Director: Diácono Francisco Anleu TEL. Oficina: (757) 595‐0385 Ext. 136, Celular: (757) 846‐0628 Misas en Español: Domingos: 2:00 PM y Jueves: 6:30 PM Confesiones: Sábados, 3:00‐4:00PM, Domingos, 12:00‐1:30PM Has completado tus sacramentos de Iniciación Cristiana, y Quieres ayudar en algún Ministerio bien sea Litúrgico o Pastoral. Tu servicio a Jesucristo a quien has reencontrado en esta jornada es muy importante para tu jornada espiritual y pastoral Si quieres ser parte de esta evangelización, contacta a las personas indicadas. Coordinadores de misa. Diacono Francisco, 846‐0628 Rosarios, Novenas Domingo Malpica 325‐0505 Sacramentos de Primera Reconciliación y Comunión María Angélica 223‐8716 Lectores o Proclamadores Shorty Meléndez 599‐0882 Monaguillos. José Sánchez 269‐0319 Ujieres. Ricardo Miranda Música. Fabiola Sánchez, 236‐9720 RICA, CICCA. Diacono Francisco, 846‐0628 Diacono Francisco, 846‐0628 Bautismo. Hospitalidad, Convivios Maritza Reyes 325‐0697 Jóvenes 9no A 12vo Christina Harrison 595‐0385 x 128 Visita a los enfermos en Hospitales y Casas. Matrimonios, Quinceañeras, Dirección Espiritual. Diacono Francisco, 846‐0628 Buena Salud!! Atención medica, sin costo para niños y adultos que no tiene segu‐
ro medico aquí en la Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen. Que es esto?: La atención medica es proveído por personal de “BON SECOURS CARE‐A‐VAN” Cuando: Cada SEGUNDO Y CUARTO MARTES de cada mes . La registración empieza a las 9:30 am hasta que la clínica este llena. Entre mas temprano llegue mas temprano será atendido. Costo: TODOS LOS SERVICIO SON GRATIS, pero las donaciones siempre son apreciadas. Servicios Incluidos: Evaluación de rutina y tratamiento de enferme‐
dades agudas comunes, incluyendo; infecciones respiratorias, dolo‐
res de cabeza, dolores de oídos , y conjuntivitis; vías urinarias e infecciones de la vejiga; gastritis y acideces; erupciones menores de la piel (ronchitas); dolores musculares menores, y condiciones crónicas tales como diabetes e hipertensión. También: Exámenes físicos para escuelas, exámenes físicos para deportes; seguro medico para niños, inscripciones y educación sana. Se esta trabajando para entrenar a personas bilingües para que puedan asistirte en estas clínicas de momento si tu no tienes un traductor, llama a la oficina para que se te asigne uno durante tu visita. Para aquellos que se han inscrito como interpretes estar pendiente de la información, para un entrenamiento de parte de la parroquia. De la manera que Dios nos da la vida, la iglesia siempre esta comprometida a ayudarte a que tengas una buena salud, tan‐
to física como espiritual. También hay algunos programas para que la medicina de te pueda proveer de forma gratuita. Pregunta a Francisco Anleu por mas información. Recuérdate que tienes que cuidar tu SALUD!!!!!!! 12 de octubre del 2014 FORMACIÓN DE FE PARA NIÑOS Y PREPARACIÓN PARA RECIBIR LOS SACRAMENTO DE LA PRIMERA COMUNIÓN Y PRIMERA RECONCILIACIÓN. Ya están abiertas las registraciones para las familias que deseen inscribir as sus hijos para recibir los sacramentos. “Reunidos por la Gracia” Este nuevo programa, es una oportunidad para continuar compartiendo un desayuno en familia tanto en nuestra propia familia como también con nuestra familia comunitaria de Fe, conocer a otros feligreses y profundizar mas en nuestra relación con Jesucristo. Damos inicio a nuestra reunión con los alimentos, luego nos dividiremos en grupos de nuestras edades para los talleres. Adultos, Escuela Media, Jóvenes y Niños (Guardería, Pre‐K y K, Escuela elemental por grados). Jóvenes de la Escuela Superior están invitados a servir como lideres de grupos pequeños para los niños, durante los talleres. Adultos, Jóvenes y niños, experimentan la Palabra de Dios y descubrirán, las enseñanzas de la Iglesia a través de los mismo temas doctrinales. Si hablas Ingles, puedes visitar la pagina: Gathered By Grace para aprender mas! TEMAS PARA ESTE AÑO REVELACIÓN, TRINIDAD, JESUCRISTO, LA IGLESIA, MORALIDAD, SACRAMENTOS, y EL REINO DE DIOS. Muchas gracias!! Muchas gracias a todos los que hicieron posible la realiza‐
ción de Cena en Celebración del Mes de Herencia Hispana, el pasado 20 de Septiembre!! También se agradece a todos los que asistieron al evento, gracias a los que dedicaron su tiem‐
po en la organización, preparación, realización y finalización del evento. También a todos quienes donaron alimentos, hicieron un servicio donando su tiempo, donando sus talen‐
tos y sobre todo por sus oraciones para que este evento tuviera éxito. Los fondos recaudados fueron aproximada‐
mente, $3,000, los cuales apoyaran a los niños latinos a asis‐
tir a la escuela católica. Muchas Gracias. EXPOSICIÓN DEL SANTÍSIMO SACRAMENTO DEL ALTAR TODOS LOS PRIMEROS VIERNES DEL MES DESPUÉS DE LAS 9:00 AM EN ADELANTE. Y TODOS LOS DÍAS JUEVES DE CADA SEMANA DE 7:00 AM A 6:00 PM. TIEMPO DE ADORACIÓN Y CONTEMPLACIÓN. C.I.C.C.A. PRIMERA COMUNIÓN PARA NIÑOS MAYORES Este es un proceso para la preparación de niños mayores de 7 años y menores de 18 años, que nunca han sido bautiza‐
dos, y también para los que han sido bautizados y quieren completar los sacramentos de Primera Comunión y Confir‐
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