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Saint Raphael Catholic Church
5444 Hollister Ave., Santa Barbara, CA, 93111
Phone (805) 967-5641 Fax (805) 964-2988 Website: www.straphaelsb.org
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time — August 30, 2015
Welcome the word that you have received and
Reciban la palabra sembrada entre ustedes, y
become doers of the word, not hearers only
pongan por obra lo que dice la palabra y no se
(James 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27).
Pastor
Msgr. Jon Majarucon
Associate Pastor
Rev. Lucio Juarez
Retired Priest
Rev. Frank Colborn
Deacons
Dcn. Wayne Rascati
Dcn. Stephen Montross
Pastoral Associate
M. Noël Fuentes
conformen con oírla (Santiago 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27).
Confession
Saturdays: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Masses
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am
Wednesday and Friday: 12:05 pm
Saturday: 5:30 pm Vigil
Sunday: (English) 7:30 am, 9:30 am,
11:00 am, 5:30 pm Life Teen Mass
(Español) 12:30 pm
Eucharistic Adoration
First Friday of every month for
24 hours, concluding with
Benediction
St. Raphael School
160 St. Joseph St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93111-2367
Michelle Limb, Principal
(805) 967-2115
www.straphaelschoolsb.org
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Saint Raphael Church
August 30, 2015
~ Calendar Highlights This Week ~
Sunday, August 30
SVDP “Fifth Sunday Collection”, after all Masses
Religious Education Registration
Tuesday, September 1
Escuela de Evangelizacion, 7:00 pm, PC, MP Room
Friday, September 4
24 Hour Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament begins
after 12:05 pm Mass
Grupo de Oracíon, 7:00 pm, Church
Saturday, September 5
Benediction, 8:00 am
Liturgical Ministries
Environment: Maria Cabrera 964-9485, Mary & James Lac
964-3592, Sharon Marshall 968-3420
Eucharistic Ministers :
Mass: Marcia Greiten, 705-8924
To the Sick/Homebound: Lesley Masuda, 453-0742
Lectors: Charles Kriech, 967-8886
Music: Dorothy Turner 968-0683, Bob & Patty Burnham
569-5858, John Vasellina, 964-3466 x1
Sacristans: Marie Lundfelt 687-4313
Ushers: Parish Office
Eucharistic Ministry to the Sick — If someone is at
Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital, a
nursing home, or homebound, and
needs Eucharist brought to them,
please contact Lesley Masuda at
453-0742.
Anointing of the Sick — Anointing of the Sick is a
sacrament that is offered to those
who may be seriously ill or dying. If
you or someone you know wishes
to be anointed, call the Parish
Office at (805) 967-5641 and one
of the priests on duty will arrange a
time to visit you in your home, nursing home, or hospital.
Funeral Ministry — St. Raphael Parish Staff
is here to serve you, your family, and friends
during this time of planning. Contact the
Parish Office at (805) 967-5641 for info.
Pastoral Guidance — To set up a pastoral care
appointment to speak with one
of our Priests, Deacon, or our
Pastoral Associate, please call the
Parish Office at (805) 967-5641
and explain that you would like
an appointment.
Mass Intentions
August 29— September 4, 2015
Aug 29 Sat Vigil 5:30 pm Sandra Joyce Tang (D)
Aug 30 Sun
7:30 am Our Parish Community
9:30 am Deceased members of Knights
of Columbus
11:00 am Angela Toyama (D)
12:30 pm Flavio Gutierrez (D)
5:30 pm Terry Strickler (D)
Aug 31 Mon
8:00 am Joseph Polzin (D)
Sept 01 Tues
8:00 am Noel Fuentes and daughter,
Lisa (L)
8:00 am James Montgomery (D)
Sept 02 Wed
12:05 pm Bob Covell (D)
Sept 03 Thurs
8:00 am Safety of all travelers
Sept 04 Fri
8:00 am Karina Jimenez-Everette &
family (L)
12:05 pm Lourdes Perez (D)
Financial Information
Priest Help — We are very blest to have Fr. Remmy
Kimboa come to celebrate the sacraments with us again
this year during September and October while Fr. Lucio
and Msgr. Jon take their annual one month long
vacations. If you would like to make an extra donation to
help us in providing for Fr. Remmy and other priests who
come to help us with sacraments (Fr. Frank, Penance
Services, Religious Education First Sacraments), please
make the check payable to “St. Raphael Church” and on
the memo line put “Priest Help”. Thank you for your
support of our priests!
Parish Giving — Sign up for electronic giving! Safe and
secure! Please visit our website: www.straphaelsb.org or
call Jacqui Leicht in the Parish Office, 967-5641 x101.
Property Improvements — In the next several weeks
and months you may be noticing some property
improvements around the parish grounds. We will be
replacing the roof on the Rectory building and its garage.
We will also be slurry coating the parking lots. If you
would like to make an extra donation to help us pay for
these and other projects please make the check payable
to St. Raphael Church and on the memo line put
“Property Improvements” or “Prop Imp”. Thank you for
helping us keep our property in good working order.
On the Cover — Belisarius Asking For Alms, Jacques-Louis
David, painted in 1781. Photo by Remi Jouan, March 2007,
source: commons, wikimedia.org.
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Help Needed
Attention: All Parishioners — The Lector Ministry is in
dire need of new members, especially for the Saturday
Vigil, and the 7:30 am and 11:00 am Sunday Masses. No
experience necessary — training will be provided. Call
Charles Kriech at 967-8886. Thank you.
Would You Like to Teach Religious Education? —
The Religious Education Program is looking for a Year 1
teacher. Teaching experience helpful, and we will
provide VIRTUS training. If you can help on Wednesday
nights, 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm, please contact Karen in the
Religious Education Office, 967-1641 ext 3.
Please call Noël Fuentes at 683-9090 ext 7 for the
following:
Ministry to the Sick Coordinator Needed — Less than
10 hours a year! Training provided!
Part-time Office Help Needed — Basic computer skills,
night and weekend availability, and Spanish speaking
required.
Safeguard the Children — We have an immediate need
for a Safeguard the Children Chairperson. Two meetings
a year, and the Chairperson role has clear, documented
and concise guidelines.
Bulletin Board Ministry — Do you have about an hour
a week to help us with posting and decorating our
bulletin boards? This ministry of communication helps
the Parish Office and Community by posting events here
in our community.
Parish Community News
“Fifth Sunday” Collection — St. Vincent de Paul “Fifth
Sunday” Collection is this weekend (August 29-30).
Members of St. Vincent de Paul will be outside the
church after all Masses collecting donations. Thank you!
Eucharistic Adoration — Please join us on Friday,
September 4, (and every first Friday of the month) for
Eucharistic Adoration. The Blessed Sacrament will be
exposed after the 12:05 pm Mass on Friday,
September 4 until Solemn Benediction at 8:00 am on
Saturday, September 5. We will pray the Chaplet of
Divine Mercy together at 3:00 pm on Friday. For more
info, call 967-7391, or email margpriest@aol.com.
Raffle Tickets! — Parish Festival raffle tickets go on sale
starting next weekend! Win great prizes: $500 cash, an
iPad, 2 shopping sprees and more! Tickets for the raffle
are on sale after all the Masses on the three weekends
before the Festival and also during the Festival.
More “Parish Community News” on page six.
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Need Sacraments?
Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist/Holy Communion, Marriage,
Holy Orders/Priesthood, Confession/Reconciliation, Anointing
of the Sick: Contact Maria Romero in the Parish Office:
967-5641 x100
Faith Formation
Adult Faith Formation (Holy Communion, Confirmation):
Noël Fuentes, 683-9090 x7
Bible Study: Melissa Colborn, 964-4570
Confirmation, Youth: John Vasellina, 964-3466 x1
Early Childhood Education: Cecilia Marks, 968-6008
Preschool: Jo Bittner, 967-4435
Religious Education (CCD):
English Coordinator: Karen Froelicher, 967-1641 x3
Bilingual Coordinator: Ana Cervantes, 967-1641 x4
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA): Noël Fuentes,
683-9090 x7
School: Principal, Michelle Limb, 967-2115
website: www.straphaelschoolsb.org.
Youth Ministry/LifeTeen: John Vasellina, 964-3466 x1,
srym12@yahoo.com
Vocations, Parish Rep: John Switzer 967-8049
Altar Servers: Bruce Schumikowski, 964-4465 &
Karen Froelicher, 967-1641 x3
Bereavement: Noël Fuentes, 683-9090 x7
Children’s Liturgy of the Word: Nancy Panizzon, 964-5462
End of Life: Noël Fuentes, 683-9090 x7
Religious Education is About to Begin —Grades 1
through 6. Enroll your child now — classes begin
Wednesday, September 16. If your child has already
received the sacraments, they can continue their faith
formation with classes at their grade level, or if your child
needs to receive sacraments, let’s get them started!
Call Karen in the R.E. Office: 967-1641 ext 3.
RCIA/Adult Faith Formation — This year we will be
combining our Rite of Christian Initiation
for Adults (RCIA) and our Adult Faith
Formation Course (AFF). RCIA is for
anyone who is not Catholic but is
interested in becoming Catholic. No
experience is necessary! Our AFF is for those people who
have been away from the church but are baptized
Catholic and may need the sacraments or Holy
Communion and/or Confirmation, or any Catholic who
would like to brush up on their faith. We will begin
October 20 and finish with the reception of the
Sacraments at the Easter Vigil on Saturday night,
March 26. Registration is required before the course
begins. Please contact Noël Fuentes at (805) 683-9090
ext 7 or email: raphstgo@yahoo.com.
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Saint Raphael Church
Please Pray for the Sick of Our Parish
Judith Aguirre
Deb Altomare
Nick Altomare
Jose Ayala
Theresa Baran
Arturo Barrios
Donald Benn
Betty Blinde
Kevin Boever
Al Borgaro
Bert Bradley
Joanie Brennan
Fritz Cahill
Carolyn Calandro
Bella Caracheo
Irma Carrasco
David Carrell
Fr. Frank Colborn
Michael Contreras
Juanita Corona
Mauricio Cuevas
Patricia Dana
Marge Dana
Rocio de la Pena
Irene Dorado
Dennis Dziubek
Pat Dzierski
Joan Easterbrook
Connie Every
Mary Faila
Gracie Fisher
Roy Fong
Christian Franzen
Jessie Gonzales
Magdalena Graciano
Maria Elena
Gutierrez
Virginia Lee
Hallagan
Bill Hensel
John Hensel
Roberto Hernandez
Rocky Honer
George Hopping
Mary Hopping
Phyllis Hudson
Yolanda Jimenez
George Karg
Austin Joseph Keefe
Aiko O. King
Joel Lopez
Mrs. Charles Lundfelt
Ann Magenheimer
Kristin Mahon
Maria Martinez
Laurie May
Michael Mina
Catherine Morris
Camille Moynihan
Roxanne Nomura
Cinder J. Nooney
Jose Nungaray
Teo Nungaray
Lorena OrtizSchneider
Guadalupe Paz
Patricia Perez
George Pinedo
Lucy Placencia
Patricia Polzin
Tom Puerling, Sr.
Terry Pugh
Lydia Rangel
Knud Rasmussen
Hal Rich
Socorro Rivera
Gerardo Rodriguez,
Jr.
Salvador Roman
Mary Lou Romero
Maria Rosas
Donna Saar
David Schrader
Pat Schrader
Roy Schrader
Kathy Skelton
Mildred Sternot
Dennis Tokumaru
Juan Valle
Ma. Del Carmen
Velasco R.
Bruce Wilroy
Kay Yuncker
Victoria Zakaras
Do you know of someone who is no longer in need of
being on this list? Wish to add immediate family?
Contact the Parish Office: 967-5641.
Let us throw ourselves into the ocean of
God’s goodness, where every failing will
be cancelled and anxiety turned into love.
— St. Paul of the Cross
Saint Raphael Festival Fun Facts — Do you remember
all the different names the Parish Festival has had? It has
been around for almost 50 years and has been called
Fun-O-Rama, Parish Picnic and finally, the St. Raphael
Parish Festival.
Do you know of a company that would like to be a
sponsor of our annual Festival? If so, or if you would like
to help with the festival, please email Ed Leicht at:
edwardleicht@cox.net. The Festival is September 27.
August 30, 2015
Sociable Seniors
We are looking forward to the
Oktoberfest Luncheon on
October 21, and expect it to be a
big success.
For more information about the Sociable Seniors, call
Eleanor Palazzo at 968-5240, or Paul Robillard at
967-8860.
The Senior Travelers
Remember: Santa Anita Oct. 22 and Cinderella Dec. 9.
Call Eleanor or Max Keller (967-8296) for info on
scheduled trips, with ideas and suggestions for short
“day trips”, or with any questions. For information on
longer trips, call Joan Magenheimer (967-5444).
Spirituality & Fellowship
Divine Mercy: Martha Avila 964-4945. Meets monthly (usually
3rd Tuesday of the month) at 7:00 pm, in the church.
Eucharistic Adoration/Exposition: Margaret Priest 967-7391
Healing of Families: Dcn. Stephen Montross 964-9152
Intercessory Prayer: Cecilia Marks 968-6008 (En), Marina Rodriguez 722-8933 (Sp). Meets Tuesday, 7:00 pm, in the
church “crying room”.
Operation Outreach: Beth Fairfield 964-7919
Praise and Worship: Barbara Flynn. Meets Wednesdays at
6:30 pm, in the Conference Rm.
Rosary & Divine Mercy Prayer Group: Meets Thursdays,
8:30 am, in the church “crying room”.
Rosary Makers: Janet Fanucci 886-9723
St. Joseph Men’s Prayer Group: Bob Marks 968-6008. Meets
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, in the church.
St. Raphael Bowling League: Joanne Anderson, 967-8645 or
Eleanor Paulazzo, 968-5240
Sociable Seniors: Eleanor Palazzo 968-5240, Paul Robillard
967-8860
The Gathering: Marie Mlodzik 967-4330
Service & Outreach
Holiday Food Baskets: St. Vincent de Paul 683-8535
Martha’s Ministry: Mary Penza 967-9609
Mary’s Meals: www.marysmealsusa.org
Parish Festival: Ed Leicht 681-0969, Glenn Schiferl 964-6013
Respect for Life: Rita Duley, 964-0121
Safeguard the Children: Msgr. Jon Majarucon 967-5641
Victims Assistance Ministry: Suzanne Healy (213) 637-7650
Love is not patronizing and charity isn't about pity, it
is about love. Charity and love are the same -with charity you give love...
― Mother Teresa
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
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St. Raphael School
Saint Raphael Youth Ministry
Philosophy
St. Raphael School is committed to the intellectual,
social, emotional, physical and spiritual development of
each child. The Gospel values guide all learning and
instruction. St. Raphael School is a close community
providing numerous opportunities for faith formation
and focuses on service to our local community.
Mission Statement
St. Raphael School was founded when God answered a
Daughter of Charity’s prayer. To this day, our mission is
consistent with that of our founding Sisters: to educate
all children in preschool through eighth grade in mind,
body and spirit by imparting the values of Jesus
through a rigorous curriculum, devoted faculty and an
actively involved parent community.
Vision
St. Raphael School provides phenomenal educational
programs in a safe, caring and inclusive environment.
Our Catholic faith is embedded in all content areas and
we focus our lessons on the intellectual, social,
emotional, physical and spiritual development of each
child, preparing them to be lifelong learners. Our
curriculum is rigorous and is taught by caring,
dedicated, and highly qualified educators. St. Raphael
School is committed to striving to empower all
students to strive for excellence while learning to live
and adjust with this ever-changing, technologically
diverse world.
Leading Teens
Closer to Christ
High School Life Night: Sunday Evening Life Nights
are on-going throughout the summer. 5:30 pm teen
Mass and then Life Night.
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Summer Games are ongoing!
Confirmation and EDGE registrations in August.
Confirmation registration packets for year 1 and
year 2 are available at the Parish Office, after the
5:30 pm Teen Mass, or by calling the Youth Ministry
Office.
For information on any of the teen programs, contact:
John 964-3466 x1 or Shanelle 964-3466 x2.
For Teens Interested in Getting Baptized
and / or Making First Communion
We have a special sacrament class just for teens. This is
for all teens in 7th grade and older. Classes start in
October. Call John at 964-3466 ext. 1 for more
information or with questions.
Angie Toyama/Terry Strickler Fund — The "Angie
Toyama/Terry Strickler Fund" supports the LIFETEEN®
program at St. Raphael. It helps provide financial
assistance to teens for costs of the different camps and
conferences Donations can be made to St. Raphael
Youth Ministry with “Angie Toyama” or “Terry Strickler”
in the memo line. Drop off donations at the Parish
Office, or mail to St. Raphael Church. Thank you!
Religious Education Registration
Begins Today!
Protecting Our Children
Resources to help keep kids safe. In addition to the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ website,
la-archdiocese.org, and virtus.org, the website of a
child safety training program utilized throughout the
archdiocese, the website of the National Center for
Missing and Exploited Children offers dozens of wellproduced informational brochures covering a broad
range of child safety topics. Go to www.ncmec.org to
find helpful information about child safety.
For particular help you may call the Director of
Assistance Ministry at (213) 637-7650.
Today, August 30, after all
the Sunday Masses, we will
be having open registration
for our Religious Education
programs (Early Childhood,
Grades 1-6, EDGE, High
School Confirmation, and
LIFETEEN®).
Please register your child
early to avoid late fees!
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Saint Raphael Church
August 30, 2015
Parish Office and Catholic Community News
Parish Staff and Temporary Office Hours:
Mon., Wed., Thurs.: 8:30 am to 7:30 pm
Tues.: 8:30 am to 11:30 am and 12:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Fri.: 8:30 am to 11:30 am and 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Sat. & Sun.: CLOSED
After hours emergency pager: 897-6371.
Bulletin Submissions — Please submit items no later
than Friday, at Noon, nine days prior to the intended
Sunday bulletin. Parish organizations have priority. Items
must be emailed or typed clearly on paper. No phonein announcements please. Announcements may be
edited for space. Email: raphstgo@yahoo.com.
Parish Information
Bulletin: Deborah Correio, hermitagegal@yahoo.com
Business Manager: Noël Fuentes, 683-9090 x7
Finance/Accounting: Jacqui Leicht 967-5641 x101
Finance Council: Ed Leicht—Chairman 681-0969, Robert
Zaida, Joe Salcedo, Andrew Ochsner
Online Giving: Jacqui Leicht 967-5641 x101; internet: https://
www.myowngiving.com/Default.aspx?cid=1434
Parish Council: Pat Pigatti—Chairman 685-8794,
Lee Alfano, Susana Almazon, Kelly Almeroth, Jeff Barkhorn,
Stephanie Carlyle, Mario Coronado, Maureen Dougherty,
Cindy Hagon, Jesus Lopez, Christie Rojo, Bruce
Schumikowski, Linda Varesio, Craig Wines
Reception: Maria Romero 967-5641 x100
Website: Deborah Correio, hermitagegal@yahoo.com
Follow Noël on Facebook — Noël Fuentes, our Pastoral
Associate, will be in Western Europe
from Sept 1-30. She will be bringing
our Parish Community along to all the
holy places; praying for all of us and
bringing our needs along to offer them to God. Follow
her on our parish Facebook page: www.facebook.com/
straphaelsb. Please pray for her, too!
Parish Community News (cont’d from page 3)
A Free Movie & Ice Cream Sundae! — Presented by
“Operation Outreach”, in honor of Grandparents Day.
Sunday September 13, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the
Parish Hall. Grandchildren/grandparents — come enjoy
the classic movie “Toy Story” and an ice cream sundae.
We hope that our youth and other parishioners will seek
out “grandparents” that may not have family nearby and
“adopt” them for a day out. This will be a fun way to
honor our grandparents! RSVP by September 10.
Beth Fairfield: bdfairfield@verizon.net or 964-7919.
In Our Community
24-Hour Help Line/Crisis Intervention: 692-4011 or
(800) 400-1572
Always Our Children: Support group for parents of LGBTQ
children, Joe & Kathie Schneider 687-4338
Catholic Charities Santa Barbara: 965-7045
Community Counseling Center: 962-3363
Engaged Encounter: http://www.ceeofla.org
Hospice of Santa Barbara: 563-8820
Jail Ministry (Restorative Justice): Michael Ledisa
(213) 705-5510
Knights of Columbus:
Grand Knight: John Kirk 967-5996
4th Degree: Ed Barrier 886-0190
Marriage Encounter: Jeanine and Russ Walker 648-4244
Medical Network: Supporting unplanned preganancies,
967-9096
Rachael’s Vineyard: Post-abortion support for women and
men (866) 272-2435
Rescue Mission: 966-1316
St. Vincent de Paul Society: 683-8535
Santa Barbara Pastoral Region Office: Msgr. Michael Jennett,
Episcopal Vicar 682-0442
Scouting:
Boy Scouts: Glenn Schiferl, 964-6013,
www.goleta105.com
Cub Scouts: Mark Vampola, 968-9815
Girl Scouts: Stephanie Carlyle 968-6505, Jame Flint 962-6395
Venture Crew: Joe Bauer, 967-2211
Visiting Nurse and Hospice: 965-5555
Wider Catholic Community
"Great Fathers of the Church" Bible Study — Begins
September 15, 9:00-11:30 am, Our Lady of Sorrows
Parish, 21 E. Sola Street (Martin Brewer Center). There will
be a $15 donation for materials. Questions/registration:
Gerry Nordsieck at 967-9739, gmnordsieck@gmail.com.
Silent Retreat Weekend — At the Sacred Heart Retreat
House in Alhambra October 23-25. Transportation by
bus is available. Contact Marcia Greiten at 967-6326 or
Cheri Hoffman at 733-1951. [Ladies Retreat Group].
Worldwide Marriage Encounter — Deepen your
communication, strengthen your relationship, rekindle
your romance, renew your sacrament. Attend the next
WWME weekend November 14-15 at St. Jude in
Westlake Village or November 20-22 at the Best
Western in Canoga Park. Contact Jeanine and Russ
Walker, (805) 648-4244 or go online: twocanlove.org.
In Need of Help? Call St. Vincent de Paul 683-8535.
Vigésimo Segundo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario La Iglesia de San Rafael
Pagina Siete
Noticias de la Parroquia
Tradición
Información Parroquial
La tradición es la memoria humana a largo plazo,
mantenida no en piedra sino en la interrelación humana.
Sin esta memoria activa, los lazos de relaciones y de
afecto se debilitan y se deshacen. Las comunidades se
separan tan de seguro como caen los edificios
abandonados. Después de participar en acontecimientos,
celebraciones y hasta en pequeños ritos, comentamos lo
bueno que es el reunirnos y recordar.
Las lecturas de hoy nos recuerdan aquellos fundamentos
que van más hondo que la voluntad humana para
relacionarse. Hoy escuchamos sobre la voluntad divina
de relacionarse con nosotros —de ser nuestro Dios tal
como nosotros somos llamados a ser el pueblo amado
de Dios.
Hoy recordamos en tres lecturas y de tres maneras los
lazos de la alianza que nos establece como pueblo, y las
obligaciones y responsabilidades que expresan lo más
hondo del alma. Tú eres mío. Yo soy tuya. Estas son
palabras de Dios que crearon a un pueblo, tan
seguramente como “Hágase la luz” creó el sol y la luna y
todas las estrellas.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Lecturas De Hoy
Primera lectura — Moisés ordena al pueblo guardar los
mandamientos de Yavé porque así serán conocidos
como pueblo sabio e inteligente (Deuteronomio 4:1-2,
6-8).
Salmo — ¿Quién será grato a tus ojos, Señor?
(Salmo 15 [14]).
Segunda lectura — Reciban la palabra sembrada entre
ustedes, y pongan por obra lo que dice la palabra y no
se conformen con oírla (Santiago 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27).
Evangelio — Lo que nos hace impuros son las maldades
que salen de dentro, de nuestro propio corazón, no las
cosas de afuera (Marcos 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23).
Los Santos y Otras Celebraciones
domingo: Vigésimo Segundo Domingo del Tiempo
Ordinario
jueves:
San Gregorio Magno
viernes: Primer viernes
sábado: Santa María Virgen; Primer sábado
¿Necesita Ayuda?
Recuerde llamar al 683-8535, San Vicente de Paul.
Escuela de Evangelización (EDE): Sergio Lopez, 569-8726,
Andres Flores, 683-0389
Guadalupanos: Carlos Valenzuela, 680-5990
Comite de Liderazgo Hispano: Jesus Lopez, 685-9427
Ministros de la Eucaristía: Misa: Carlos Sanchez, 570-1838, y
Estela Santos, 683-6542
Para Los Enfermos: Carlos Sanchez, 570-1838 y Anna
Lopez, 689-5087
Liturgia Dominical Para Niños: Ester Lopez, 895-4099
Ujieres/Hospitalidad: Bernardo Lule, 964-9194
Evangelización:
Grupo de Oración: Jesús Lopez, 895-4099
Horas de Oficina (horario temporal) —
lunes, miércoles y jueves: 8:30 am a 7:30 pm
martes: 8:30 am a 11:30 am y 12:30 pm a 7:30 pm
viernes: 8:30 am a 11:30 am y 12:30 pm a 5:00 pm
sábado y domingo: CERRADO
El festival de la Parroquia será el 27 de septiembre
que incluye una rifa con grandes premios: Que son
$500 dólares en efectivo un iPad, 2 SHOPPING SPREES y
muchas mas. Los boletas de la rifa estarán en venta
después de la misa tres fines de semana antes, al igual
que en el festival.
Formación en la Fe — La Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles
a través del Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización
(IPE), un programa de formación en la fe de tres años,
ofrece clases mensuales de un fin de semana al mes en
el área de espiritualidad, teología, pastoral y formación
humana. La sede de reuniones es en la Parroquia de
San Rafael. Para más información: Sergio López
(805) 689-5087 (sergiolopez@cox.net) y Ana López
(805) 895-2027 (anallopez@cox.net).
Protegiendo a Los Niños
Recursos para ayudar a los niños a mantenerse seguros
Además de la página de Internet de la Arquidiócesis de
Los Ángeles, la-archdiocese.org, y virtus.org, la página de
Internet del programa de entrenamiento en seguridad de
los niños utilizada por la Arquidiócesis, la página de
Internet del Centro Nacional de Niños Perdidos y
Explotados ofrece docenas de folletos informativos que
cubren una amplia gama de asuntos sobre la seguridad de
los niños. Visite www.ncmec.org y encontrará más
información sobre la seguridad de los niños.
Para obtener ayuda puede llamar a directora del
Ministerio de Ayuda al (213) 637-7650.