parish staff - Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
12704 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739-9795
www.sacredheartrc.org (909) 899-1049 + Fax (909) 899-3229
Parish Mission
We, the people
of Sacred Heart, are a welcoming
community, faithful to Catholic
teaching, called to live out the
Gospel message through prayer,
ministry, and example, so that
God’s love may be
known to all.
Very Rev. Benedict Nwachukwu -Udaku
VF, Pastor, Ext. 132
Email: Fr.Benedict.N@sacredheartrc.org
Rev. Julian Okoroanyanwu
Parochial Vicar, Ext. 141
Email: Fr.Julian.O@sacredheartrc.org
January 31, 2016
Misión Parroquial
Nosotros, la gente del Sagrado
Corazón, somos una comunidad
acogedora, fieles a la enseñanza
católica, llamados a vivir el
mensaje del Evangelio mediante la
oración, la pastoral y el ejemplo,
para que todos conozcan el amor
de Dios.
Deacon Ed Clark
Parish Deacon , Ext 286;
Dcn.Ed.C@sacredheartrc.org
Alwyn Anfone
Seminarian, Ext 116
Alwyn.A@sacredheartrc.org
Rev. Edward J. Molumby, S.T.
Priest in Residence
Baptisms/Bautizos
Classes are required for parents and godparents before the Baptism is
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
scheduled. We recommend three months preparation. You may contact
Friday: 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
the Front Office at ext. 113 or ext. 115 or see our website
www.sacredheartrc.com for more information.
(909) 899-1049
Los padres y padrinos deben tomar clases de preparación antes del
For General Information call ext. 113 or 115
bautismo. Se recomienda que tengan tres meses de preparación. Puede
For Emergencies ONLY requiring a priest
comunicarse con la oficina, ext. 113 o ext. 115 o ver nuestra pagina de
during non-office hours call (909) 503-5588.
internet www.Sacredheartrc.org para más información.
Weddings/Bodas
In order to schedule a wedding, a prenuptial meeting with a priest is
MASS SCHEDULE in English
required. One of the parties must be a committed member of Sacred
Mon– Sat: 7:30 AM Wed: 6:15 PM
Heart Parish. To schedule the appointment call extension 133. Minimum
Saturday: 5:00 PM
six months preparation required.
Sunday: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM (w/ American Sign Language),
Para planear una boda, se requiere una junta prenupcial con el
12:30 PM, 5:00 PM
sacerdote. Una persona de la pareja debe ser un miembro de la
parroquia de Sagrado Corazón. Para pedir una cita llame extensión 133.
Preparación de seis meses mínimo es requerida.
Quinceañeras
HORARIO DE MISAS en Español
Para reservar una Quinceañera o para mas información debe asistir a
Martes: 6:15 PM
una de las siguientes reuniones en la oficina parroquial a las 10:00 am el
Domingo: 8:30 am (con Lengua de Signos) y 7:00 PM
ultimo domingo de cada mes. Padres y Quinceañera solamente. Se
requiere 6 meses de preparación.
Mass Intentions
Anyone may request a Mass intention for a person who is living, a
CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
person who is deceased, members of a given family, a special intention,
Saturday at 3:30 p.m. & Tuesday’s 5:00pm (English/Spanish)
or a birthday. Mass intentions are filled on a first come first serve basis.
or call ext.133 for an appointment
The offering is $10 per Mass (maximum of four intentions). Must be in
Sábado 3:30 p.m y Martes 5:00pm (Ingles/Español)
person.
o llame x133 para hacer una cita.
Funerals/Funerales
If you would like to make arrangements for a funeral please contact
Holy Hour - Every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come before the parish office x 115
Si desea hacer arreglos para un funeral, por favor póngase en contacto
the Blessed Sacrament, join us to pray for all families, our parish family and
con la oficina parroquial extensión 115.
for vocations.
Hora Santa - Todos los Jueves de 6:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m. Venga ante el
Sacred Heart Parish School
Santísimo Sacramento del Altar, únase a nosotros para pedir por todas las
Grades: K-8th
familias, nuestra familia parroquial y por las vocaciones.
OFFICE HOURS:
Reservation Chapel - with the Blessed Sacrament is open on weekdays
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entrance is on the West side of the building.
La Capilla - del Santísimo Sacramento esta abierta entre semana de 7
a.m. a 5 p.m. La entrada esta al oeste del edificio.
School Info: (909) 899-1049 x400
FAX: (909) 899-0413
School Web Site:
www.shsrcbulldogs.webs.com
Trenna Meins, Principal
Mary Carr, School Secretary
For School Day Care call ext. 407 & 660
Please pray for all unborn babies and their families:
Saturday, Jan. 30 Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
5:00pm
Eric Batoon (Thanksgiving)
r/b Anonymous
Fr. Ed (Thanksgiving)
r/b Anonymous
Dcn Ed (Thanksgiving)
r/b Anonymous
Sunday, Jan. 31 Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00am
Propopulo
8:30am + Maria Louisa Gonzalez
r/b Su Hija
+ Amalia Gonzalez
r/b Su Hijo
+ Carmen Gonzalez
r/b Su Hijo
10:30am + Fernando Bismark
r/b Bismark Family
+
+
12:30pm +
+
+
5:00pm +
+
7:00pm +
+
Larry Cay
r/b Gatdula Family
Africa Amador
Norman Chua
Lionel Nuesa
Maxima Rosales
Danterior Manalo
Herminia Gregorio Trinidad
No Intention
Teresa M Cianciolo
Jose De Jesus Ramirez Martinez
No Intention
r/b Amador Family
Monday, Feb. 1
7:30am + All Souls
Tuesday, Feb. 2 The Presentation of the Lord
7:30am
Isabel Jung (Blessing)
6:15pm + Maria Louisa Gonzalez
Wednesday, Feb. 3 St. Blaise; St. Ansgar
7:30am + All Souls
6:15pm
No Intention
Thursday, Feb. 4
7:30am + Adela Echiverri (Aniv.)
Friday, Feb. 5 St. Agatha
7:30am + Dana Grace Housley
9:00am + Damian Meins
Saturday, Feb. 6 St. Paul Miki & Companions
7:30am + Sts. Michael, Gabriel & Raphael
Sunday-January 31, 2016
8:00AM
8:30AM
9:00AM
10:00AM
10:30AM
11:00AM
1:00 PM
3:30PM
5:30 PM
Blood Drive
Children’s Liturgy of Word
RCIA /RICA Dismissal
Quinceanera Info Mtg
Children’s Liturgy of Word
RCIA /RICA Dismissal
RCIA/RICA Dismissal
Sunday 5pm Choir Practice
Carlos R. Choir Practice
JP II
Horvath
Cardenas
Cardenas
Horvath
Cardenas
Cardenas
Church
Horvath
Monday-February 1, 2016
6:00AM
2:00PM
3:00PM
4:30PM
6:00PM
6:00PM
6:00PM
6:30PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
AA Meeting
School Rosary
Divine Mercy Chaplet
CFF Classes
RICA
Liturgical Meeting
SH Dinner Meeting
Confirmation Classes
RCIA Children’s Practice
Cristo Rey
ACTS Women’s Planning
Divorced & Separated Min
Conf. Rm.
Church
Chapel
JP II
Conf. Rm.
Church
Library
Horvath
Church
JP II
John XXIII
Cardenas
Tuesday-February 2, 2016
6:00AM
10:00AM
3:00PM
3:15PM
4:30PM
AA Meetings
Senior Ministry Gathering
Divine Mercy Chaplet
School Choir Practice
CFF Classes
Conf Rm
Cardenas
Chapel
Church
JPII
r/b Richard & Kristine Chua
r/b Cheryl Macaraig
r/b Ward Family
r/b Myrna Barcelona
r/b Jay Arzaga
r/b Anonymous
r/b Sus Papas
♥ Baby Michael Medrano
♥ Baby Cervantes
Please also pray for women who are considering abortion. That
they come to understand the sanctity of human life. May God
give them the grace and strength to accept the gift He has
given them in the life of their baby.
Please pray for all our sick relatives and friends:
Jose Manuel Carrillo
Debbie Romero
Gerardo Aguilar
Abbey Co
Manuela Mendoza
Carmen Martinez-Jojola
Sergio Briceno
r/b Self
r/b Su Hija
r/b Parents
r/b Gonzalez Family
Rudy Rios
Rex Guerrero
Visitacion Pabellano
*Linda Ascio
*Irene Paez
*Marcy Tropez
“It is a good and wholesome thing to pray for the dead” (2 Maccabees 12:45-46)
Nora Apo
Reginald Agee
Russel D Davis
Julie Mascarenhas
Menard Babas
Robert J Meyer
Jeff Maynard
Jose A Hernandez
Delfina G Pangan
Connie Kennedy
Virginia Castaneda
Margarita Gonzalez
Brenda Solis
Rogel Bondoc
Damian Meins
Bobby Pyrdeck
Manuela Mendoz
*Maria Anguiano
*Maria Martha Santos
*Celeste Snavely
Kellie Marie Nolan
Please pray for all our relatives and friends
serving in the military:
r/b Misas Family
r/b Rene Echiverri
Eliza Camiling
Cecilia Solorio
Demy Calma
Louis Suquett
Ursula Okeke
Matthew Ryan
Paul Thompson
Join us to pray for all who recently died:
Albert Barnhold
Sergio Arambula
r/b Ana Laudiano
♥ Baby Samad
♥ Baby Benjamin Pedroza
Joseph Linares (N)
John Portillo (A)
Carissa Deck (AF)
Amy Deck (A)
Kristin Queen (AF)
Addison Queen (AF)
Sean Queen (AF)
r/b Roslyn Roy
5:00PM Confessions
Church
5:30PM Life Teen Choir Practice
Horvath
7:00PM Encuentro Matrimonial Mtg John XXIII
7:00PM ACTS Men’s Planning
JP II
7:00PM Taller de Oracion y Vida
Conf. Rm.
7:00PM Hispanic Council Mtg
Cardenas
7:30PM Matrimonios del SC
Chapel
7:30PM AA Evening Meeting
Library
7:45PM J/C Choir Practice
Church
Wednesday-February 3, 2016
6:00AM
9:30AM
3:00PM
4:00PM
4:30PM
6:00PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
AA Meeting
Taller de Oracion y Vida
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Liturgical Committee Mtg
CFF Classes
EDGE
Confirmation Classes
RCIA
Cristo Rey
NFP Spanish
SH Singer Practice
6:00AM
3:00PM
4:30PM
5:00PM
6:00PM
6:30 PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
AA Meeting
Divine Mercy
CFF Classes
Wedding Rehearsal (Eng)
H.S. Communion Prep
Holy Hour
CMFP Study Group
Wedding Rehearsal (Spn.)
Conf. Rm.
Cardenas
Chapel
Conf. Rm.
JP II
Horvath
School
Library
JPII
Cardenas
Church
Carlos E Rodriguez (M)
Kevin Chavez (N)
Brianna C Hernandez (A)
Anthony Scheidemantla (A)
Jacob Anthony Quintanilla (A)
Marco A Rivera (A)
7:30PM African Descent Ministry Cardenas
7:30PM Holy Spirit Grp. Mtg.
Library
7:45PM Lumen Christi Bible Study Chapel
Friday –February 5, 2016
6:00AM
9:00AM
3:00PM
5:00PM
6:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
9:00PM
AA Meeting
School Mass
Divine Mercy
Angeles de Maria Coro
Angeles de Maria Parents
Estudio Biblico
Coro de Carlos Practica
Women’s Fellowship Setup
7:30AM
8:30AM
3:30AM
6:30PM
Marriage Enrichment
Social Justice Mtg.
Confessions
LifeTeen
Conf. Rm.
Church
Chapel
John XXIII
John XXIII
Library
Conf. Rm.
John XXIII
Saturday-February 6, 2016
JP II
Cardenas
Church
Horvath
Thursday-February 4, 2016
Conf. Rm
Chapel
JPII
Church
Horvath
Church
Conf. Rm
Church
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Our Site with Fr Ben / Nuestro Enfoque de la Fe con Padre Ben
January 31, 2016
Year of Mercy:
A Time to Affirm God’s Work in our Lives
(Lessons from the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Año de la Misericordia:
"
Tiempo para Afirmar las obras de Dios en nuestras Vidas
(Lecciones del Cuarto Domingo en el Tiempo Ordinario)
Dear brothers and sisters, today’s Gospel from Luke 4:
21-30 is the continuation of last Sunday’s Gospel narrative where
Jesus identified with his people when he went to the temple as a
pious Jew on a Sabbath. In the biblical tradition, going to the
temple means going to encounter God and His people. The temple
was also seen as a place of refuge where people share hope-filled
message and life-giving instructions. When Jesus
entered the Synagogue of Nazareth, he gave a
message of hope and healing. In a way, Jesus
joyfully inaugurated the first Jubilee Year of
Mercy when he reverently and insightfully read
from the Prophet Isaiah 61: 2 “The spirit of the
Lord is upon me; therefore he has anointed me.
He has sent me to bring glad tidings to the poor,
to proclaim liberty to captives, recovery of sight
to the blind and release to prisoners, to announce
a year of favor from the Lord.”
In our Gospel reading for this Sunday (Luke 4: 21-30),
the Scripture indicated that those who heard these words spoke
favorably of him (affirmation), they marveled at the appealing
discourse which came out of his lips (acceptance). But there were
some who decided to see him as a no-body as we locate their
indifference in these words: “Is not this Joseph’s son?” (Luke 4:
22) as if to say, “what can a carpenter from Nazareth aspire to?”
Their attitude confirms the proverb: “no prophet is acceptable in
his own country and among his own people.”
Unlike the detractors in our Gospel reading, this Jubilee
Year of Mercy, offers us an opportunity to affirm the work of God
in our lives, to appreciate the many good things that the Blessed
Lord is doing for His people from generation to generation. In the
words of the Psalmist “O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good;
his steadfast love and mercy endures forever” (Ps 118:1). We are
also called to affirm the prophets who bring the good news to usHow beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring
good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings (Isaiah
52:7).
Thus, mercy means affirmation, recognition of what we
receive from God and our ability to share God’s love with others
“Be merciful as your heavenly Father is merciful” (Luke 6: 36).
Mercy is a the key to family life: constantly accepting, helping,
forgiving one another out of a deeper sense of relationship shaped
by our faith and love for God.
In this extra ordinary jubilee year of mercy, let us learn
to affirm one another. Let us allow these evangelical expressions:
“Thank You,” “It is well with You,” “You are awesome,” “I am
grateful,” “I am sorry,” “Kindly forgive me,” etc to accompany us
in our relationships with others beginning with members of our
families, our colleagues at work, our companions in ministry, and
those we providentially meet in our day to day journey and life
experiences. Remember the words of St. Paul in our 2nd reading as
you engage in this renewed spirituality of affirmation, “Love is
patient; love is kind. Love is not jealous, it does not put on airs,
and it is not snobbish. Love is never rude, it is not self-seeking, it
is not prone to anger; neither does it brood over injuries. Love
does not rejoice in what is wrong but rejoices with the truth. Love
bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, and endures
all things. Love never ends” (1 Corinthians 13: 4-8).
Have a Graceful Week!!!
Fr. Ben
Queridos hermanos y hermanas, el Evangelio de hoy según
San Lucas 4: 21-30 es la continuación del Evangelio del domingo
pasado en donde Jesús se identifica con su pueblo cuando, como un
judío piadoso, fue al templo el Sabbat. En la tradición bíblica, ir al
templo es ir a encontrar a Dios y a Su pueblo. El templo también se
consideraba un lugar de refugio en donde las personas comparten
mensajes llenos de esperanzas e instrucciones que dan vida. Cuando
Jesús entró a la Sinagoga de Nazaret, dio un
mensaje de esperanza y sanación. De alguna
manera, Jesús inauguró gozosamente el
primer Jubileo del Año de la Misericordia
cuando con reverencia e intuición leyó del
Profeta Isaías 61: 2 "El Espíritu del Señor
Yavé está sobre mí, porque Yavé me ha
ungido. Me ha enviado a anunciar la buena
nueva a los pobres, a pregonar a los cautivos
la liberación, a los reclusos la libertad y a que
los ciegos recuperen la vista, para proclamar
un año lleno de los favores de Yavé."
En nuestra lectura del Evangelio para este domingo (San
Lucas 4: 21-30), las Escrituras indicaron que quienes escucharon estas
palabras hablaron favorablemente de él (afirmación), se maravillaron
ante el conmovedor discurso que él pronunció (aceptación). Pero
algunos decidieron verlo como a un don nadie, al ubicar su
indiferencia en estas palabras: "¿No es éste el hijo de José?" (Lucas 4:
22) como diciendo, "¿A qué puede aspirar un carpintero de Nazaret?"
Su actitud confirma el proverbio: "ningún profeta es bien recibido en
su patria."
A diferencia de los detractores en nuestra lectura del
Evangelio, este Jubileo del Año de la Misericordia, nos ofrece la
oportunidad de afirmar el trabajo de Dios en nuestras vidas, apreciar
las muchas cosas buenas que el Santísimo Señor está haciendo por Su
pueblo de generación en generación. En las palabras del Salmista "Den
gracias al Señor, porque es bueno, porque es eterno su amor" (Salmo
118: 1). También se nos exhorta a afirmar a los profetas que nos traen
la buena nueva - Qué bien venidos, por los montes, los pasos del que
trae la felicidad, que te anuncia tu salvación (Isaías 52: 7).
Por lo tanto, misericordia significa afirmación,
reconocimiento de lo que recibimos de Dios y nuestra habilidad para
compartir el amor de Dios con otros "sean misericordiosos como lo es
su Padre" (Lucas 6: 36). La misericordia es la llave de la vida familiar:
la constante aceptación, ayuda, perdón entre sí, con base en un
profundo sentido de relación, moldeada por nuestra fe y amor por
Dios.
En este Jubileo Extraordinario del Año de la Misericordia,
aprendamos a afirmarnos unos a los otros. Permitamos que estas
expresiones evangélicas: "Gracias," "Que estés bien," "Eres
maravilloso," "Estoy agradecido," "Lo siento," "Perdóname por favor,"
etc. nos acompañen en nuestra interacción, comenzando con los
miembros de nuestra familia, nuestros colegas en el trabajo, nuestros
compañeros de ministerio, y con todos a quienes por la providencia de
Dios encontramos en nuestro camino de día a día y en las experiencias
de la vida. Al embarcarnos en esta espiritualidad renovada de
afirmación, recordemos las palabras de San Pablo en nuestra 2da.
lectura, "El amor es paciente, servicial y sin envidia. No quiere
aparentar ni se hace el importante, no actúa con bajeza, ni busca su
propio interés. El amor no se deja llevar por la ira, sino que olvida las
ofensas y perdona. Nunca se alegra de algo injusto y siempre le agrada
la verdad. El amor disculpa todo; todo lo cree, todo lo espera y todo lo
soporta. El amor nunca pasará" (1 Corintios 13: 4-8).
¡¡¡Que tengan una semana llena de gracia!!!
Padre Ben
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Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
January 31, 2016
What do the crosses mean?
Please join us at 2pm
on Sunday, Jan. 31st
in front of the church
as we pray the rosary
to save lives.
This weekend you will see 155 crosses on
the grass area surrounding the church.
These crosses represent the babies that
have been killed.
Every hour 155 babies are killed in the
United States.
BLOOD DRIVE
January 31st from 8:00am-2:30pm
St. John Paul II Hall
Please donate blood for the community by
signing up. It only takes an hour & refreshment will be
served.
We invite you to take totally FREE CLASSES!!!
This classes are offered for your disposition to help you
prepare for the citizenship exam that includes 100 questions
about history, geography, reading, writing, rights &
responsibilities as a US citizen.
Classes will be held at the library on Saturday’s
2/13/16, 2/20/16, 2/27/16, 3/5/16 y 3/12/16, total of 5
sessions from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm.
InformaƟon contact the Social Justice ministry
Sandra Gonzalez to 909-921-3163.
WEEKLY COLLECTIONS
Budgeted Amount
$23,052
Collections 1/24/2016 $22,308
Online Giving
$ 825
Mail In
$ 815
Envelopes Used 683
DDF Collection
$ 3,691
Plate
$2,401
Pledges
$1,290
We are so
grateful to all of
you who give in
support of our
parish
community. We
appreciate your
ongoing
generosity!
Attention Married Couples!
Give each other a wonderful gift. Enrich your
marriage and your lives by participating in the
Marriage Enrichment Weekend right here at
Sacred Heart! The weekend retreat will give you
and your spouse an opportunity to enrich your marriage
through sharing of experiences, reflection and interaction with
other couples in a very real, down-to-earth program. The
weekend is March 11,12 & 13, 2016. All meals are included
and couples go home each night. The fee is $40. For more
information or an application form please contact Ricardo &
Junieth Perez (909) 223-0006 or Tom & Rocio Heard (951)
235-6484.
All are invited to join and
participate at the 7:30AM
woman's mass celebration.
Saturday February 6th
Following mass , JOIN US, in St. John XXIII hall for
light refreshments & fellowship.
READINGSFORTHEWEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
2 Sm 15:13-14, 30; 16:5-13; Ps 3:2-7; Mk 5:1-20
Mal 3:1-4; Ps 24:7-10; Heb 2:14-18; Lk 2:22-40 [22-32]
2 Sm 24:2, 9-17; Ps 32:1-2, 5-7; Mk 6:1-6
1 Kgs 2:1-4, 10-12; 1 Chr 29:10-12; Mk 6:7-13
Sir 47:2-11; Ps 18:31, 47, 50, 51; Mk 6:14-29
1 Kgs 3:4-13; Ps 119:9-14; Mk 6:30-34
Is 6:1-2a, 3-8; Ps 138:1-5, 7-8; 1 Cor 15:1-11 [3-8, 11]; Lk 5:1-11
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Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
January 31, 2016
You can also purchase tickets at the Parish Office
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Youth & Young Adult Ministry
January 31, 2016
PASSION AND PURPOSE EVENT!
Saturday, March 5th 2016 // 9a-1:30p // in the church
International speaker and best-selling author, Matthew
Kelly, is coming to Sacred Heart! Purchase your tickets
online or in the main office or youth office.
This event is open to EVERYONE! All ages are welcome!
YOUTH DAY, ANAHEIM
Thursday, February 25th, 2016
No EDGE on February 3rd or 10th
No Life Teen on February 6th
5:30am-6:00pm Cost: $65
Next Life Night:
“SUPER SATURDAY”
Sat. Feb 13th 5-8p
For all 9th-12th graders
Next Edge Night:
“LEAD ME”
Wed. Feb 17th 6-8pm
For all 6th-8th graders
Confirmation and Communion Prep
Join over 15,000 young Catholics for an inspiring day of Mass, great speakers & musicians,
and lunch with our Bishops!
Registration and absence-excusal forms can be
picked up in the youth office.
ALL HIGH SCHOOL TEENS ARE WELCOME!
Con 1 A: Feb. 1st (6:30-8p)
Con 1 B: Feb. 8th (6:30-8p)
Con 2: Feb. 3th (6:30-8p)
Comm Prep: Feb. 4th (6:-7:30p)*
SUPER SATURDAY: Feb 13th 5pm-8pm in the
Church. All high school teens are welcome to
attend this special youth night on vocations!
YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday 1-5pm
Andre Dineros: YM Admin. Assistant
Andre.D@sacredheartrc.org
909-803-1421
Melissa Taylor: Youth Minister
Melissa.T@sacredheartrc.org
909-803-1422
Chika Anyanwu: Confirmation Coordinator
Chika.A@sacredheartrc.org
909-803-1423
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Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
¿Que significan la cruces?
January 31, 2016
Por favor vengan a las
2pm este domingo 31
de enero para orar el
rosario. A que salvar
vidas con oración.
Este fin de semana tenemos 155 cruces al
rededor de la iglesia.
Estas cruces representan los bebes que
muren cada día en los Estados Unidos.
App de Sagrado Corazón
Sepan el horario de las misas:
Todos están invitados a
participar en la misa de 7:30am
en celebración de mujeres.
Sabia que puede obtener las lecturas de la semana
en nuestra app?
iPhone/Android: Busca “sagrado corazón rancho cucamonga”
¡¡¡Clases de ciudadanía completamente GRATIS!!!
Estas clases están a su disposición para prepararlo en su
examen de Ciudadanía las 100 preguntas que abarcan
historia, geografía, lectura, escritura, derechos y
responsabilidades de naturalizarse US citizen.
Las clases se ofrecerán en la librería de la parroquia.
Los sábados 2/13/16, 2/20/16, 2/27/16, 3/5/16 y 3/12/16, 5
sesiones continuas que usted debe tomar de 10:00am12:30pm.
Información llamen a Sandra del ministerio de Justicia
Social al 909-921-3163.
Sábado, 6 de enero
Siguiendo misa vengan al salón San Juan Pablo II
para refrescos y amistad.
CAMPAGNA DE SANGRE
31 de enero 8am-2:30pm en el salón Sn Juan Pablo II
Por favor donen sangre para la comunidad.
Solo toma una hora y serviremos refrescos.
Habrá asistencia en español.
CO-RESPONSABILIDAD DEL TESORO
Presupuesto
Colecciones de 1/24/2016
Correo
Electrónicamente
Sobres
Colecta de DDF
Colecta
Promesas
$23,052
$22,308
$ 815
$ 825
683
$3,691
$2,401
$1,290
Estamos muy
agradecidos con
todos ustedes
que apoyan a
nuestra
comunidad
parroquial. Les
agradecemos su
continua
generosidad!
LECTURASDELASEMANA
Lunes:
2 Sm 15:13-14, 30; 16:5-13; Sal 3:2-7; Mc 5:1-20
Martes:
Mal 3:1-4; Sal 24 (23):7-10; Heb 2:14-18; Lc 2:22-40 [22-32]
Miércoles: 2 Sm 24:2, 9-17; Sal 32 (31):1-2, 5-7; Mc 6:1-6
Jueves:
1 Re 2:1-4, 10-12; 1 Cr 29:10-12; Mc 6:7-13
Viernes:
Sir 47:2-11; Sal 18 (17):31, 47, 50, 51; Mc 6:14-29
Sábado:
1 Re 3:4-13; Sal 119 (118):9-14; Mc 6:30-34
Domingo: Is 6:1-2a, 3-8; Sal 138 (137):1-5, 7-8; 1 Cor 15:1-11 [3-8, 11]; Lc 5:1-11
CADA VIERNES A LAS 7:OO PM
Biblioteca del centro ministerio
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Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
January 31, 2016
Minister Leaders, New Core Members,
Responsible for Children or in a Liturgical Ministry;
Usher, Lector, Chorus, and Greeter.
Virtus Training
Saturday, February 6 , 2016
9am to 12 noon
English in the St. John Paul II Hall and Spanish in the St. John XXIII Hall.
Please register online at www.Virtus.org if you have trouble please stop by
the Religious Ed Office to register.
There will be a required Diocesan Training for a Safe Environment, for those who
have not taken the training or for those that have taken more than 5 years ago, (2010
or before.)
Religious Ed office hours Monday– Thursday 10-6 & Friday 9-5
Sacred Heart School
Feb. 1:
Feb. 2
Feb. 3:
Feb. 4:
Feb. 5:
Open
Living Rosary at 2:00 p.m.
Catholic Jeopardy
Praise and Worship at 2:00 p.m.
Global Awareness
School Mass 12 noon dismissal; Day Care
Jan. 31st -Feb. 6th:
"Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service"
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Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
January 31, 2016
Mardi
Gras
Friday, February 5, 2016
5:00 to 10:00 pm
Jesse Turner Center
15556 Summit Ave, Fontana
Registration & Social at 5:00 pm
Dinner Served at 6:30 pm
Auction during Social & Dinner
Dancing at 9:00 pm
Semi-Formal Attire
We appreciate and
thank you for your support!
All proceeds will go towards the Kingdom Campaign to pay off the parish debt for the
new church. There are several ways you can support this event:
♦ Become a Sponsor
♦ Purchase an add in the Souvenir Program
♦ Donate an item for the Auction
♦ Attend & enjoy an evening of fun, good food & wonderful fellowship
For further information please contact:
LaQuita Baker at (951)206-3223 or email: profgray@verizon.net
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Diocesan Events / Eventos Diocesanos
January 31, 2016
Healing Broken Hearts-One Weekend at a Time.
Pope Francis has designated this year as the Holy Year of Mercy and to, “Be merciful as your
Father is merciful,” as Jesus told his disciples in Luke 6:36. This year 2016 is an opportunity
for spiritual conversion, recognizing how much God loves and cares for us. It is also a time to
be merciful towards ourselves, reorienting our hearts to God so that we can be our best selves
as we move forward in life.
If you have emotional or spiritual wounds as a result of a past abortion, please consider attending our upcoming Rachel’s Vineyard weekend retreat February 5-7, 2016. These retreats are therapy of the soul, with
Christ as our loving physician. It is an opportunity for women and men to experience the graces of this merciful, holy year
and renew and rebuild hearts broken by abortion and life’s circumstances. Participation is strictly confidential. For more information, please contact Mary Huber at 909-475-5353 or MHuber@sbdiocese.org or www.Rachelsvineyard.org
FASHION SHOW
11:30AM Saturday
February 13, 2016
hosted by
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Court Our Lady of Fatima #1387
Sweenten Hall
9324 Bernardino Rd & Hellman Ave., Rancho Cucamonga 91730
Fashions by Devi
Clothing the Beautiful Since 1988
Reserve your tickets now! cda1387@yahoo.com or Text Maria
Montoya @ 909-944-0231 or call 909-518-0271 * $12/person.
*Tea Brunch *Fashion Show *Shopping *
Opportunity Baskets * 50/50 * Door Prizes
ONE DAY RETREAT
As we begin a New Year why not consider attending a ONE DAY RETREAT to start off your year. On this retreat you will
learn some very simply but life-changing techniques to help you on a daily basis.
You will also learn how to use the powerful “Light of Christ” to heal, support, and
protect you on your life’s journey.
Dates: Feb. 6, 13, 20; & Mar. 5, 12, 19, &26
Location: Srs. of St. Benedict, Grand Terrace
Time: 10am-3pm
Donation: $25 which includes a hot lunch
Presenter: Sr. Joan Marie Sasse OSB
Reservations: 909-783-4141
If you are out of work or experiencing a financial crunch at this time please come
as our guest.
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Gratitude Page
Empowerment -
January 31, 2016
Participation
-
Growth
This is what Life Teen and Edge Youth ministries have been providing for over 20 years for
our Sacred Heart teen Community. Thank You for helping young people live as disciples of
Jesus Christ, for inviting our youth to participate in the life and work of the Catholic faith
community, and encouraging personal and spiritual growth of each young person. We would
like to thank all of the core members of both Edge and Life Teen, who continue to put time and
effort into ministering the teens of Sacred Heart!
Life
Teen
&
EDGE
Empoderamiento -
Participación
-
Crecimiento
Esto es lo que Life Teen y EDGE han estado proporcionando durante más de 20 años para nuestra
Comunidad adolescente de Sagrado Corazón . Gracias por ayudar a los jóvenes que vivan como
discípulos de Jesucristo, por invitar a nuestros jóvenes a participar en la vida y trabajo de la
comunidad de fe católica , y el crecimiento personal y espiritual de cada joven . Nos gustaría agradecer
a todos los miembros de EDGE y Life Teen , que continúan a poner tiempo y esfuerzo en ministrar a
los adolescentes de Sagrado Corazón ! Muchas Gracias!
PA R I S H S T A F F
“Ser ving God through Ser ving Others”
ADMINISTRATIVE
Debbie Fanzo, Director of Community Life
ext. 111
e-mail: Debbie.F@sacredheartrc.org
Rosa Talamantes, Dir. of Hispanic Ministry & Multi-Cultural Cord. ext. 145
e-mail: Rosa.T@sacredheartrc.org
Blanca Marrufo, Adm. Assistant to the Pastor
ext. 133
e-mail: Blanca.M@sacredheartrc.org
Vivian Huizar, Office Assistant/Sacramental Records
ext. 113
e-mail: Vivian.H@sacredheartrc.org
Gladys Giron, Office Assistant/Bulletin Editor
ext. 115
e-mail: Gladys.G@sacredheartrc.org
Aileen Arrezola, Bookkeeper
ext. 114
e-mail: Aileen.A@sacredheartrc.org
Judith Minjarez, Office Assistant
ext. 115
e-mail: Judith.M@sacredheartrc.org
LITURGICAL
Mary Dias, Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries
ext. 701
e-mail: Mary.D@sacredheartrc.org
Thomas Haynes, Audio Visual Coordinator
ext. 252
e-mail: Thomas.H@sacredheartrc.org
Regina Eskridge, Liturgy Ast./Cord. of Neighborhood Comm. ext. 131
Regina.E@sacredheartrc.org
FAITH FORMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY
Cecilia Fornelli, CCM
e-mail: Cecilia.F@sacredheartrc.org
Maria Trujillo, RE Administrative Assistant
e-mail: Maria.T@sacredheartrc.org
Melissa Taylor, Youth Minister
e-mail: Melissa.T@sacredheartrc.org
Chika Anyanwu, Coordinator of Confirmation and Young Adults
e-mail: Chika.A@sacredheartrc.org
Andre Dineros, Y/M Administrative Assistant
e-mail: Andre.D@sacredheartrc.org
ext. 150
ext. 152
ext. 121
ext. 123
ext. 122
FACILITIES
Carlos Sanchez, Facility Manager
e-mail: Carlos.S@sacredheartrc.org
Salvador Marquez, Lawn Care
Maria Mejia, Rectory Housekeeper/Cook
Francisco Valenzuela, Maintenance
ext. 552
ext. 118
ext. 115
ext. 118
PARISH MINISTRIES (Telephone or Extension)
ACTS
Martin Vargas
(909)239-5634
Adoration
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
African Descent Ministry
Philomina Nwarueze
(909)743-9419
Altar Linens
Judy Oziminski
(909)484-7350
Altar Server
Rene Echiverri
(909)904-1611
Arts / Environment
Veronica Assal
(909)899-1049
Audio / Visual
Thomas Haynes
Children’s Liturgy
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Children’s Performing Arts Teresa Ortega
(714)883-5177
Church Cleaning
Alejandro & Ana Castro
(909)519-7663
Coffee & Donut Ministry
Mary Orduño
(909)561-2950
ext. 244
Communion to Homebound Eric Batoon email: evbjrw@hotmail
Chito Peralta 909-615-1533/Heidi Molina 909-576-6267
Cursillos In Christianity
Divine Mercy Ministry Kathyrn Cramm (909)477-9338 /Anne Magodoro (909)518-7637
Divorce/Separated Support Ministry Julia Raymond
(909)945-9233
EDGE (Middle School)
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Faith on Fire
Leona O’Brien
(909) 232-6851
Festival Chairman
Joe Kuskie
ext. # 291
Filipino Ministry
Jojo Lazo
(937)701-7472
Finance Council
Tony Morales
(909)528-3259
Food Pantry
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Guadalupano’s (bilingual)
Rod Morales
(909)489-3933
Grief Ministry
Teresa Jimenez (Interim)
(909)899-1049
Health Ministry
Rose Morales
(626)216-3496
Jail Ministry
Greg Estrella
greg.estrella@baesystems.com
Knights of Columbus
Jim Hernandez
(951)897-9973
Lectors
Robert Covington
(909)350-3277
LifeTeen (High School)
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Light of Jesus Family Ministry Lester Pasimio
(626)643-0012
Lumen Christi Young Adults Chika Anyanwu
(909)803-1423
Marriage Encounter
Peddy & Linda Ascio
(909)730-1524
Marriage Enrichment
Shawn & Bern Judson
(909)463-9689
Marriage Preparation
Greg & Ana Estrella
ext. 262
(909)472-8682
Mary’s Hands Circle (Crafting Ministry) Gina Kunakorn
Men’s Fellowship
Alex Alexander
(909)697-5834
Multi Cultural Fellowship
Carmela Giliberto
(909)256-9675
Jowie Witongco, Raul Cancio, Marlene Scarlett, Matthew Braun
Music
Parish School Board
Pastoral Council
Prayer Group– Holy Spirit
Purgatorial Prayer Ministry
Respect Life
RCIA (English)
Security Ministry
Senior Ministry
Stewardship Committee
Tribunal Advocates
Ushers / Greeters
Women’s Fellowship
Teddy Rawson
Dave Hutson
Linda Elliott
Alicia Santacruz
Gracie Vargas
Mary Ann Andel
Tim Wyant
Julia Raymond
Michael Rios
Dcn. Ed Clark
Andy Morales
Ve’Lores Thomspon
(909)899-1049
(909) 823-0146
(909)880-8885
(909)578-7658
(909) 238-6399
(909)987-9312
(909)899-1049
(909)945-9233
(909)899-1049
ext. 286
(909)600-9593
(909)463-6204
MINISTERIOS PARROQUIALES
Adoración de 24 Horas
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
Ángeles de María (Las Niñas)
Esther Velásquez
(909)941-0739
Despensa de Comida
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Duelo - Ministerio
Rudy & Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Educación Religiosa y RICA
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Encuentro Matrimonial
Jesus y Livier Garcia
(909)899-6000
Estudio Bíblico
Joseph Moctezuma
(909)282-2142
Eucaristía - Ministros
Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Grupo de Oración-Cristo Rey
David Arias
(951)217-2675
Justicia Social
Sandra Gonzalez
(909)921-3163
Lectores
Luis Torres
(909)854-6670
Matrimonios del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús y María
Jason y Lorena Tinoco
(909)957-2153
Ministerio de Comunión a los Enfermos Patricia Hassin
(909)232-0041
Monaguillos
Nidia Vargas
(559)331-5173
Movimiento Familiar
Guillermo y Carmen Navarro (909)463-6372
Música
Joaquín Vázquez, Carlos Urrutia, José Ramírez, y Carlos Ramírez
Planificación Natural de la Familia Gerardo y Lupe Valvaneda
(909)899-3955
Preparación Bautismal/Quinceañeras Rosa Talamantes
ext. 145
Preparación Matrimonial
Francisco & Vicki Bellota
ext. 282
Respeto a la Vida
Mirza Andrade
(909)641-3675
Ujieres
Andy Morales
(909)600-9593