Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
900 West La Habra Boulevard ● La Habra, California 90631
Parish Mission Statement
Our Lady of Guadalupe Roman Catholic
Church, a multicultural family in
Christ, supports and challenges each
other through responsible stewardship
to share our gifts, foster worship and
evangelization, and provide education
and Christian service to all.
Misión Parroquial
La Iglesia Católica Romana de Nuestra
Señora de Guadalupe es una familia
multicultural en Cristo, la cual nos
apoya y desafía unos a otros a
compartir nuestros dones siendo
portadores responsables de servicio,
fomentando el culto y la evangelización,
proporcionando educación y servicios
Cristianos para todos.
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time:
November 15, 2015
Pastor:
Parochial Vicar:
Pastor Emeritus:
Deacons:
Rev. Edward G. Becker
Rev. Martin Tran
Rev. Msgr. Justin H. MacCarthy
José Manuel Chavez
José Luís Rodríguez
Parish Office:
Fax:
Business Manager:
School Principal:
School Day Care:
Director of
Faith Formation:
Confirmation
Coordinator:
Music Ministry:
RCIA/Adult Faith
Formation:
(Español)
Ministry of Care:
Bulletin:
Receptionist
Scott Miller
Francine Kubasek
Christina Lopez
(562) 691-0533
(562) 697-6391
(562) 691-0533
(562) 697-9726
(562) 760-4546
José Salas
(562) 691-2104
Ray Hernandez
(562) 691-2104
(562) 691-0533
Celeste Dowling
Gregorio Morales
Denis Wilkins
Doris von Rotz
(562) 691-2104
(562) 691-2104
(562) 691-0533
(562) 691-0533
Parish Office Hours
Monday—Thursday:
Friday & Saturday:
Sunday:
8:30 am—7:30 pm
8:30 am—5:30 pm
8:30 am—1:00 pm
Liturgy Schedule
Saturday Vigils:
Sundays:
Weekdays:
5:30 pm, 7 pm (Español)
6:30 am, 7:45 am (Español), 9:30 am,
11:15 am, 1:00 pm (Español)
5:30 pm (Youth)
7:45 am Monday through Friday
(Friday am-Español)
5:30 pm Mon., Wed., & Fri.
Holy Days & Holidays:
As announced
Reconciliation (Confessions):
Saturdays, 4:00 pm; Mondays, 8:15 am
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
First weekday of each month
Baptisms:
Please arrange at least 1 month in advance.
Call the Parish Office.
Weddings: Please arrange at least 6 months in advance.
Call the Parish Office.
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Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
NUEVO Horario para los Domingos de la
Oficina Parroquial: Comenzando el 15 de Noviembre, la Oficina Parroquial estará abierta de 8:30 a.m. a
1:00 p.m. los Domingos.
Colecta para Las Necesidades
Nacionales
El siguiente fin de semana, 21 y 22
de Noviembre, tendremos la colecta
anual diocesana para “Necesidades Nacionales.” Esta colecta beneficia a:
Campaña para el Desarrollo Humano fue fundada para
eliminar el ciclo de pobreza en los Estados Unidos
otorgando fondos a organizaciones que ayudan a las
personas a ayudarse a si mismas.
Comunicaciones Católicas apoya todas las formas
de comunicación (internet, radio, televisión, periódico) para llevar mensajes católicos de Fe a millones
de personas que, de otra forma, no lo recibirían.
Universidad Católica de América provee fondos para
becas académicas.
Hay sobres especiales en las bancas.
Venta de Artesanías de Madera de Olivo
El próximo fin de semana 21/22 de Noviembre, una familia que viene de Tierra Santa (Belén), estará vendiendo
artesanías religiosas hechas de madera de olivo. Los
fondos recaudados de ésta venta, se destinarán directamente a la ayuda de familias Católicas que están sufriendo por las luchas políticas en ese lugar. Debido a la violencia y discriminación contra los Cristianos en Tierra
Santa, muchas de éstas familias han tenido que dejar su
país e irse a otras partes del mundo. Los Cristianos son
ahora menos del 1.2 por ciento de la población. Por favor
ayudemos a estas familias comprando estas artesanías.
Pensando en Regresar o
Interesados en la Fe Católica:
¿Estas interesado en saber más
acerca de lo que se necesita para ser
parte de la comunidad de la fe Católica o recibir los Sacramentos de Bautismo, Primera Comunión y Confirmación? Si estas interesado favor de llamar a Gregorio Morales a (562) 691-2104.
15 de noviembre del 2015
Colecta de Comida
para Noviembre HOY
Los Caballeros de Colon y El
Centro de Recursos Comunitarios de La Habra agradecemos
su apoyo constante a nuestro
programa de Comida para las
Familias. Una vez más, durante este mes, les pedimos
 Pavo congelado
 Relleno para el Pavo
 Puré de Papa Instantánea
 Vegetales Enlatados
Queremos que nuestros hermanos menos afortunados
disfruten de un placentero Día de Acción de Gracias.
Coronas y Velas de Adviento
y Más
La Tienda del Circulo de Misiones de San
Pablo tiene una gran selección de coronas,
velas y calendarios de adviento, ornamentos Navideños únicos, nacimientos, decoraciones, regalos y muchos más artículos
de Navidad. Vengan a nuestra tienda que esta en el vestíbulo de la iglesia antes y después de las Misas el domingo por la mañana. Todos los fondos son para ayudar
a nuestros misioneros alrededor del mundo.
Venta de Boletos para
La Rifa de Una Colcha
con el Tema "El Amor es . . ."
Bordada por miembros de El Circulo de la Misión de San
Pablo, la colcha puede ser usada para cobijarse o como
decoración. Los boletos cuestan $1.00 cada uno o 6 por
$5.00. La rifa se llevará a cabo en el Diciembre. Boletos
están disponibles en la tienda del Circulo de la Mision de
San Pablo y hoy en la Plaza Jason.
Libro de Nombres de los Difuntos
Durante el mes de Noviembre, los miembros fallecidos de nuestra comunidad parroquial, nuestras familias y
amigos son recordados en oración. Es un libro en el que
los feligreses escriben el nombre de sus difuntos el cual
esta cerca de la fuente de los bautizos. Por favor tome
unos momentos para escribir en el libro los nombres de
sus seres queridos. Si usted anotó el nombre en el libro
los años pasados, solo necesita agregar los nombres de
aquellos que fallecieron este año.
Ministerio para los Enfermos: Si un miembro de
su familia está enfermo y no puede salir de su hogar y le
gustaría recibir el Sacramento de Unción de los Enfermos
y/o la Sagrada Comunión, favor de llamar la Oficina
Parroquial al (562) 691-0533.
Por
razones de seguridad y para evitar
travesuras, todos los niños deberán ser acompañados
por un adulto cuando usen los baños de la iglesia.
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Food Drive TODAY
The Knights of Columbus and
the La Habra Community Resources Care Center thank you
for your continued support of our
monthly food for families program. Again this year, we are
asking for donations of
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Frozen Turkeys
Stuffing Mix
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Canned Vegetables
We appreciate your help in making Thanksgiving a happy
occasion for our local less fortunate brothers & sisters.
Available for Purchase This Morning
Hi, Fellow Parishioners,
God so loved the world he
wants everyone to be better,
in fact, to be holy. He is, in
particular, choosing you! He
wants you now and the little
book I have written will guide
you specifically on how to
act, behave, pray and ask
God for graces and wisdom
on how to do it.
This little book is filled
with dynamic solutions on
how to improve your life and
to become happier in doing
so. You may give up a few
bad habits and thus bring joy
and happiness in your life
and make you become one
of God’s people. Perhaps
giving away some of your
toys for a solid foundation in
heaven is well worth it. You
get a feeling you are living
heaven on earth.
The book, “The Power to
be Holy,” is only $15.00
(paperback) and is well worth it. It will be available Jason’s
Plaza this morning.
Thank you so much,
Deacon Bernard R. Swift, D. Min. —(562) 697-4826
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NEW Parish Office Hours for Sundays:
Effective November 15, the Parish Office will be open
on Sundays from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
National Needs Collection
Next weekend, November 21/22, we will
take the annual diocesan collection for
“National Needs.” This combined collection benefits:
Campaign for Human Development, dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty by funding community programs that help individuals help themselves.
Catholic Communications, supports all forms of communication (internet, radio, television, newspapers) to
bring Catholic messages of faith to millions of people
who may otherwise not receive it.
Catholic University of America, funding academic
scholarships.
Special envelopes are in the pews.
Olive Wood Handcraft Sale
Family from the Holy Land (Bethlehem) will be selling religious, handcrafted items made from the olive wood next
weekend, November 21/22. Proceeds from the sale of
these items will go towards support of Catholic families
there who are experiencing political strife. Due to the violence and discrimination towards Christians in the Holy
Land, most of the families have left their country for different parts of the world; Christians are now less than 1.2
percent of the population. Please support these families
through your purchases.
Advent Wreaths, Candles & More
The St. Paul Mission Circle Gift Shop
can supply all your Advent needs – prayer
books, Advent calendars, candles, etc. Also, check out all Christmas items and
Christmas gift items that are available for
purchase. All proceeds go towards the 8
missionaries that we support. Help make
their Christmas as happy as ours!
The Gift Shop is located off the vestibule of the
church, inside the northeast entrance. It is open after Saturday evening and Sunday morning Masses.
Love Is . . . Quilt Raffle: The St. Paul Mis-
Ministry to the Sick: If you or a member of your
family is ill and homebound and would like to receive the
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick and/or Holy
Communion, please call the Parish Office at (562) 6910533.
sion Circle ladies have again sewn a beautiful quilt to be raffled in December, with
the proceeds going to the 8 missionaries
they support. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for
$5 and are available in the Mission Circle
Gift Shop and today on Jason’s Plaza.
Thank you for your support!
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Our Lady of Guadalupe
November 15, 2015
Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule
Thursday, November 26:
9:00 a.m.—Parish bilingual Mass. Let us give
thanks together for the many blessings God
has given us. You may bring the bread you
plan to serve in your Thanksgiving meal to be
blessed during this Mass.
The Parish Office will be closed. All activities
and meetings in parish facilities are cancelled. For
emergency sick calls, please call the parish office.
Friday, November 27 (a diocesan holiday):
7:45 a.m. bilingual Mass. NO 5:30 p.m. Mass.
The Parish Office will be closed. All activities
and meetings in parish facilities are cancelled. For
emergency sick calls, please call the parish office.
Early Bulletin Deadline
Articles for the bulletin of Sunday, November 29, must
be submitted by Wednesday, November 18, due to
the publisher’s Thanksgiving holiday.
Thinking About Becoming a Catholic? Or just
interested in the Catholic way of life? We have Inquiry
Sessions almost every Sunday afternoon at 12:30.
Adult First Communion and/or Confirmation:
Baptized Catholics, 21 years or older, who would like to
complete their initiation into the Catholic Church through
the sacraments of Eucharist and/or Confirmation, are welcome to begin the process of preparation at any time.
Preparation sessions take place on Sundays.
For more information on either of the above, please
contact Celeste Dowling at (562) 691-2104 or
cdowling@olglahabra.org.
The Book of the Names of the Dead
During the month of November, we especially remember in prayer the deceased members of our families and
of our parish community. A book in which parishioners
write the names of their deceased is in place near the
baptismal font. Take a few moments to write in the names
of your loved ones who have died. These books are kept
over the years. If you wrote names in the book last year
(or previous years), you need only add the names of
those who have passed away since then.
Save the Date!
Christmas Boutique
& Bake Sale
Saturday, December 5,
10 a.m.—3 p.m.
Sunday, December 6,
7 a.m.—2 p.m.
Here in Coleman Center
Talented crafters will be offering a variety of gifts,
religious articles, décor, and much more!
Also, delicious tamales, pozole, champurrado, homemade
baked goodies.
50/50 Drawings and Door Prizes!
Your donations of baked goods and white elephant items
are very much appreciated and may be dropped off Friday, December 4, 3—6 p.m., or Saturday, December 5, at
9 a.m.
Proceeds will benefit the La Habra Life Center
More information: (562) 944-6821.
November Opportunities to Help Others
We understand that there are many worthy causes asking
for your donations at this time of year. We appreciate
your careful consideration of each appeal and your generosity as your own preferences and personal circumstances allow. Thank you for assisting those less fortunate in our community!
Stewardship of Treasure
Gerencia de Tesoro
Sunday, November 8, 2015
Domingo, 8 de Noviembre del 2015
Sunday Collection:
$21,182.35
Colecta del domingo
(Weekly Goal/Meta semanal: $21,000)
Parish Religious Education Fund:
$
290.00
Fondo para la educación religiosa
Brothers & Sisters in Need:
$ 1,394.24
Hermanos y hermanas necesitados
All Souls:
$ 3,178.84
Todos los Fieles Difuntos
Thank you for your generosity!
Gracias por su generosidad!
Trigésimo Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
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Horario Festivo
Fecha de Limite para el Boletín
Debido al Día de Acción de Gracias TODOS los artículos
para el boletín del Domingo 29 de Noviembre deberán
someterse para el Miércoles 18 de Noviembre.
¡Aparte la Fecha!
Boutique de Navidad
y Venta de Repostería
Sábado 5 de Diciembre
10 a.m.—3 p.m.
Domingo, 6 de Diciembre
7 a.m.—2 p.m.
Aquí en el Centro Coleman
Talentosos artesanos ofrecen una gran variedad de
regalos, artículos religiosos, decoraciones de navidad
y mucho más.
También, tamales, pozole, champurrado,
refrescos, aperitivos.
¡Sorteo de Premios y 50/50!
Sus donaciones de los productos horneados son muy
apreciados y se pueden dejar el viernes 4 de Diciembre
entre 3 p.m. y 6 p.m. o el Sábado 5 de Diciembre a las 9 a.m.
Las Ganancias son para apoyar el
La Habra Life Center “Respeto a la Vida”
Para obtener más información: (562) 944-6821.
Jueves, 26 de Noviembre:
9:00 a.m.-Misa bilingüe del Día de Acción de Gracias. Únanse para que demos gracias a Dios por las
muchas bendiciones que nos ha dado. Pueden traer
el pan que van a servir en su comida de Acción
de Gracias para ser bendecido durante la Misa.
La Oficina Parroquial estará cerrada. Todas las
actividades y reuniones en las salones de la parroquia quedaran cancelados. Para sacramentos en
situaciones de emergencia, llame la Oficina Parroquial.
Viernes, 27 de Noviembre: (Día festivo diocesano):
7:45 a.m. Misa bilingüe. NO Misa de 5:30 p.m.
La Oficina Parroquial estará cerrada. Todas las
actividades y reuniones en las salones de la parroquia quedaran cancelados. Para sacramentos en
situaciones de emergencia, llame la Oficina Parroquial.
Se Solicita su Ayuda
Nosotros entendemos que hay muchas diferentes causas que valen la pena y que les están pidiendo ayuda
en esta temporada del año. Nosotros apreciamos que
ustedes muy cuidadosamente vean cada apelación y su
generosidad es de acuerdo a sus propias circunstancias
que les permiten ayudar.
Pastoral Services Appeal
Campaña para los Servicios Pastorales
2015
Parish commitment to
diocesan ministries
Compromiso parroquial para
los ministerios diocesanos
Total pledged and/or paid to date
Promesas y/o pagos hechos hasta hoy
Total paid to date
Pagado hasta la fecha
Total registered families
$126,000
$101,336
$89,044
5,175
Total de familias registradas
Average number of families attending Mass each Sunday
Promedio del número de familias
que asisten a la Misa cada domingo
Total number of families
responding to 2015 PSA
Número total de familias que
respondieron al PSA 2015
(As of October 27, 2015/ El 27 de octubre 2015 )
1,100
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Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
15 de noviembre del 2015
Sanación y Reconciliación después del Aborto
Para Sobrevivir
en los Tiempos
Difíciles
“Las cosas van a empeorar antes de que
se mejoren” es una
frase que nos prepara
para un camino difícil.
Sabemos que al atravesar por tiempos
difíciles necesitamos
tener suficiente energía física o emocional
antes de poder vivir la
calma de la normalidad. Nuestra experiencia pasada nos
dice que podemos
sobrevivir mejor las
presiones si sabemos
cuanto tiempo van a durar y si sabemos que nos espera
algo mejor. Cómo superar los tiempos difíciles y al mismo
tiempo creer en la promesa que nos espera es el mensaje de las lecturas de este fin de semana. Nos guían hacia
las promesas del Reino de Dios que vendrá después de
los malestares y el caos de este mundo.
© Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
¿Necesitas
Asistencia
GRATIS
para el Colegio?
Martes, Miércoles y Jueves, 3:30—7:30 p.m.
501 S. Idaho St., Suite 230, La Habra
[Presiona el botón #10 en la puerta principal para ingresar al edificio.]
Recibirán ayuda para: aplicaciones universitarias; información sobre becas; ayuda financiera y Dream Act; y
consejería general sobre la universidad. Para más información: (562) 691-2117 o www.ontocollege.org
El Centro de Recursos Comunitarios
de La Habra
Provee servicios de emergencia y recursos a las personas que necesiten ayuda en el área norte del Condado
de Orange. Estos servicios incluyen comida, renta (para
casos de emergencia), medicamentos, utilidades y pases
para transporte público. También tienen disponible referencia para asistencia de vivienda y asistencia medica a
agencias del condado, estatales, federales y privadas.
Las oficinas están abiertas los días Martes, Miércoles
y Jueves, de 10 a.m. a las 4 p.m. en el 350 S. Hillcrest.
Para más información llame al (562) 697-1199.
Un ministerio para los que han sido
heridos por el acto del aborto
Si su vida ha sido afectada por el acto del aborto y le
gustaría hablar con alguien, por favor llame a:
1-800-722-4356.
¡No está solo! Estamos aquí para escucharle. Estamos aquí para usted. Nuestro numero de teléfono gratuito, es de 24
horas al día, 7 días por semana. Ya sea
que su aborto fue hace unos días o varios años atrás, estamos aquí para usted. Todas las conversaciones son confidenciales.
Hope & Healing after Abortion es un ministerio
patrocinado por la Diócesis de Orange.
Más información en Ingles y Español:
http://www.rcbo.org/resource/hope-and-healing-afterabortion/
Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
Jesús, sentado en el monte de los Olivos tal vez con
un presentimiento o preguntándose si todo lo que parecía
avecinarse fuera de veras la ruina que él se temía, le habló a sus discípulos sobre el fin que se acercaba. Él indicó que cuando las circunstancias del mundo cambian
Dios viene, lo cual es diferente a decir que Dios viene
cuando las circunstancias del mundo cambian. Habló en
estilo poético de la aproximación del derrumbe de un
mundo.
Un mundo que se derrumba ofrece siempre la oportunidad de encontrarse con Dios de maneras nuevas e
inesperadas. Nuestra propia muerte es indudablemente
la más drástica, pero también lo es la muerte de un ser
querido, una Iglesia en transición, cambios de roles en
los hombres y las mujeres, una era digital con señales
luminosas y sonoras a través de la pantalla de nuestra
vida, así como la casa que se vacía, el jubileo que llega,
el matrimonio que comienza y cualquier otro reajuste cósmico que se nos pueda ocurrir. Ahí es cuando viene el
Hijo del hombre por segunda vez, o tal vez por la tercera
o cuarta vez, y tiende a envolvernos en una neblina, como si él viniera en las nubes.
La mayoría de nosotros luchamos vigorosamente para
evitar que nuestro mundo se derrumbe. Hemos trabajado
muy duro para dejar que ese mundo nuestro empiece a
rotar como si estuviera en órbita alrededor de nuestro sol
personal. Sin embargo, más tarde o más temprano se va
a derrumbar; tal vez por perder nuestra energía o porque
así es como está destinado a suceder. Por cualquier razón que sea, ésos son los momentos en que nuestro
Dios se hace más presente en nuestra vida.
—Padre Joseph J. Juknialis
Derechos de autor © 2014, World Library Publications.
Todos los derechos reservados.
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reflections from the
Gloria Dei Choir
For the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, the Gloria Dei Choir sings two of the most beloved works in the sacred choral literature. During the
Preparation of the Gifts, we sing J.S. Bach’s “Jesu, Joy of
Man’s Desiring,” arranged for chorus and organ by Arthur
Olaf Andersen. Originally the 10th and last movement of
Bach’s cantata Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV
147, the work was scored by Bach for chorus, optional
oboe, trumpet, violin, viola, and basso continuo. The familiar English text is not a translation of the text used by
Bach; rather, it is a poetic translation by esteemed British
poet Robert Bridges of the text sung to the hymn tune
Bach used for this movement of the cantata. While this
tune is commonly thought to have been composed by
Bach, it was actually the work of 17th Century German
virtuoso violinist and composer Johann Schop.
During communion, the choir sings Maurice Duruflé’s
“Ubi Caritas,” the first and most popular of a set of four
motets composed by Duruflé in 1960 based on Gregorian
chant themes. The text is one of the oldest in the church
tradition and was included in early Christian gatherings
that preceded the formalization of the Mass. The melody
was composed sometime in the early Medieval period,
certainly before the 10th Century. Duruflé’s setting includes only the refrain and the first stanza of the hymn in
Latin, which is translated below.
Where charity and love are, God is there.
Christ’s love has gathered us into one.
Let us rejoice and be pleased in Him.
Let us fear, and let us love the living God.
And may we love each other with a sincere heart.
Where charity and love are, God is there. Amen.
—Kevin St. Clair, Interim Director
Gloria Dei Choir
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Getting
through the
Tough Times
“It’s going to get worse
before it gets better” is
a phrase that prepares
us to buckle up for a
rough ride. We know
that enduring a difficult
time will require some
strenuous physical or
emotional energy on
our part before we experience the calm of
normality. Our past
experience tells us that
we can endure the difficult pressure better
when we know how
long it will last and if we know that something better
awaits us. Getting through the tough times while holding
to the promise that awaits us is the message of this weekend’s readings. They point toward the promises of God’s
kingdom that will come after the maelstroms and chaos of
this world.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Advent Retreat for Adults
“Advent is a journey towards Bethlehem. May we let ourselves be drawn by the Light of God made man.”
—Pope Francis
Sunday, December 13, 10 a.m.— 3 p.m.
Mass at 2 p.m.
Includes lunch. Freewill offering greatly appreciated.
Please RSVP by December 11
to (714) 557-4538 or heartofjesusrc@sbcglobal.net
Heart of Jesus
Retreat Center
2927 S. Greenville St., Santa Ana
CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System
FREE introductory session here at OLG:
Saturday, December 5, 11:00 a.m.
(CrMS) will be offered at Our Lady of Guadalupe
Church to women who want to understand their menstrual
and fertility cycles. Using a few minutes of daily observations and NaProTRACKING of certain “biomarkers,” the
CrMS provides a woman greater insight into the functions
of her body. Women or couples wishing to enter the program are then scheduled for individual follow-ups to learn
and use the system to achieve and/or avoid pregnancy.
Follow-up appointment: $50.
For more information and to register for one of these
free introductory sessions, contact Janis Dunne, R.N., at
jddunne@roadrunner.com
La Habra
Community Resources Care Center
provides emergency services and resources to the homeless and resident needy in the north Orange County area.
Services include food, hygiene products, emergency
lodging on a limited basis, and assistance in paying for
prescriptions, utility bills and bus passes. Referrals to other agencies and information on other resources available
to our clients. The Center is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 350 S. Hillcrest.
Information: (562) 697-1199.
Cash & food donations are gratefully accepted and are
tax deductible.
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Our Lady of Guadalupe
November 15, 2015
Buying Gift Cards for the holidays? Use
Scrip from Our Lady of Guadalupe School!
Scrip sales help our school, no matter how big or
small your order. Each vendor donates anywhere from
1.25 to 25% on the dollar to our school. The Scrip Window is open at the school 7:30–8:30 a.m. on Mondays
and Wednesdays. Or call, text or e-mail Mary— (714) 943
-4266; olgscrip@gmail.com —and she can leave your
order at the parish office, COD, cash or check.
Order sheets are in the church pamphlet racks, in the
parish and school offices, or check out our vendor at
www.glscrip.com [Enrollment code: 3362B1EC8753].
Attention ALL High School Teens!
Come check out our
Life Nights
Sundays, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
(after 5:30 p.m. Mass)
Adopt A Family This Christmas
Catholic Charities of Orange County is
hard at work preparing to assist families in
need to celebrate and honor the birth of Our
Lord this Christmas Season! Each year our
Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program offers
the joy of Christmas to many of our brothers and sisters
afflicted by despair and poverty in Orange County. This
year we ask you to please consider being that individual,
family, organization, business, ministry or club that will
bring a smile to children and their families on Christmas
morning.
Catholic Charities offers a personalized giving experience by providing you with the names of family members,
age, gender, clothes & shoe sizes, and an item that each
family member needs or would like to receive. Should you
wish, you may donate gift certificates for grocery
or department stores, gasoline cards or bus passes to allow us to continue to serve the needs of
the most vulnerable members of our community.
Contact Alba Ramiro for more information:
(714) 347-9668 or aramiro@ccoc.org
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Nov. 15: No Life Night—Confirmation 1 Retreat
Nov. 22: The Battle Lines
Nov. 29: No Life Night —Thanksgiving weekend
Dec. 6:
Black & Bleached
For more information, please contact
Ray Hernandez at the Parish Office:
rhernandez@olglahabra.org or (562) 691-2104.
Catholic High School News
St. Joseph High School “Day in the Life of a
Jester” — Come visit SJHS for the day and see what it
is like to be a Jester! Friday, November 20, 8 a.m.to
12 p.m. Visit our website to RSVP today!
www.sj-jester.org
A special family needs YOU this Christmas.
Healing Service
Presider: Deacon Ben Flores
Monday, November 16, 7:15 p.m.
St. Angela Merici Church, 585 S. Walnut, Brea.
Info: (714) 525-8539
Catholic Charities of Orange County
New Hope Crisis Counseling Center
Telephone Hotline & Online Counseling
24 Hours per Day / 7 Days per Week
Trained Crisis Workers provide peer counseling to adults
who are struggling to cope with day to day life.
(714)-New Hope (Hotline)
www.newhopenow.org (Online)
RosaryAcademy FORWARD.THINKING.WOMEN.
Open House: Sunday, November 22, for 6th, 7th,
& 8th grade girls & their parents.
Open House Tours: 11:30 a.m.—2:00 p.m.
Mass (with Bishop Kevin Vann): 2:30 p.m.
BBQ following Mass
PLEASE RSVP on website: ww.rosaryacademy.org
Choose Open House from Admissions menu
1340 N. Acacia Ave., Fullerton,
(714) 879-6302, ext. 107
St. Michael’s Open House: Sunday, December
4, 3:30 p.m. St. Michael’s Prep School consistently
ranks as one of the 57 best private high schools in the
U.S. with SAT scores well above national state
standards. Come find out about the admissions
process, meet our Headmaster and enjoy a tour of the
school. 19292 El Toro Rd., Silverado. (949) 546-0637.
Trigésimo Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Wedding Banns / Amonestaciones
Second:
Cesar Lopez and Lisset Ramirez
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Father, we pray for healing and strength for:
Dios Padre, rezamos por la sanación y fuerza de:
Lord, grant your eternal peace to:
Señor Dios, concédeles tu eterna paz a:
Logan Xavier Michel (infant son of Ana Castro)
Petrita Rangel
(grandmother of Josefina Cuara)
Marcello Bisarello
(son of Eva Armstrong)
Jesús Concepción Morales (grandfather of Araceli
Najarro)
Tim Carroll
Norman Beach-Courchesne
Bishop Michael Driscoll
Hartiana Gunawan
Mitchel Gusman
Valerie Kurtz
Silvia Lacasta
El Señor es mi pastor, nada me falta.
The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want.
Date
Time
Liturgy
Mass Intention
Mon.
Nov. 16
7:45 am
Mass
Antonio Chacon, Dec
8:15 am
Confessions
5:30 pm
Mass
Carmen Duarte, Dec.
Tues.
Nov. 17
7:45 am
Mass
Rosa Amelia Ortiz, Dec.
Wed.
Nov. 18
7:45 am
Mass
Louis Diorio, Dec.
5:30 pm
Mass (with Faith
Formation students
John McAlpine, Dec.
Thurs.
Nov. 19
7:45 am
Mass
Maria Isabel Orizaga, Dec.
Fri.
Nov. 20
7:45 am
Misa
Fernando Huizar, Dec.
9:00 am
School Mass
For the people of the parish
5:30 pm
Mass
Respect for Life, Sp. Int.
4:00 pm
Confessions
5:30 pm
Mass
Patrick Glynn, Dec.
7:00 pm
Misa
Familia Escalante, Sp. Int.
6:30 am
Mass
Antolin Enriquez, Dec.
7:45 am
Misa
Antonia Vargas Canchola, Dec.
9:30 am
Mass
Ezequiel Yepez, Dec.
11:15 am
Mass
For the people of the parish
1:00 pm
Misa
Intenciones Comunitarias: Por los
fieles difuntos—Norma Pinilla de
Leal, Paulino Juarez Marquez,
Nelly Robalino Moreno.
Fecha
Sat.
Nov. 21
Sun.
Nov. 22
Hora
5:30 pm
Liturgia
Mass
Intención de la Misa
Community Intentions: For our
beloved deceased— Harry
Sarancik, William Norval Hemminger III, Soledad Flores Rivera,
Leticia Padilla; For the special intention of Pete Cortez.
Lucy Lopez
Lilly Perez
Norman Perez
Yancy Perez
Axel Robles
Don Sotelo
Lecturas de la Semana
15 de noviembre
Lunes:
1 Mac 1:10-15, 41-43,
54-57, 62-63; Sal 119
(118):53, 61, 134, 150,
155, 158; Lc 18:35-43
Martes:
2 Mac 6:18-31; Sal 3:
2-7; Lc 19:1-10
Miércoles: 2 Mac 7:1, 20-31; Sal
17 (16):1bcd, 5-6, 8b,
15; Lc 19:11-28 o (para
la memoria de la Dedica
ción) Hch 28:11-16, 30-
31; Sal 98 (97):1-6;
Mt 14:22-33
Jueves:
1 Mac 2:15-29; Sal 50
(49):1b-2, 5-6, 14-15;
Lc 19:41-44
Viernes:
1 Mac 4:36-37, 52-59;
1 Chr 29:10bcd,
11-12; Lc 19:45-48
Sábado: 1 Mac 6:1-13; Sal 9:24, 6, 16, 19; Lc 20:27-40
Domingo: Dn 7:13-14; Sal 93 (92)
1-2, 5; Apo 1:5-8;
Jn 18:33b-37
Readings for the Week of
November 15
Monday:
1 Mc 1:10-15, 41-43,
54-57, 62-63; Ps 119:
53, 61, 134, 150, 155,
158; Lk 18:35-43
Tuesday:
2 Mc 6:18-31; Ps 3:27; Lk 19:1-10
Wednesday: 2 Mc 7:1, 20-31; Ps
17:1bcd, 5-6, 8b, 15;
Lk 19:11-28 or (for the
memorial of the Dedica
Ɵon) Acts 28:11-16,
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
30-31; Ps 98:1-6;
Mt 14:22-33
1 Mc 2:15-29; Ps 50:1b2, 5-6, 14-15; Lk 19:41-44
1 Mc 4:36-37, 52-59;
1 Chr 29:10bcd, 11-12;
Lk 19:45-48
1 Mc 6:1-13; Ps 9:2-4,
6, 16, 19; Lk 20:27-40
Dn 7:13-14; Ps 93:1-2,
5; Rv 1:5-8; Jn 18:33b-37
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