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October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston
Served by Oratorians
1694 Bird Street ● Rock Hill, SC 29730 ● Phone: (803) 329-2662 ● Fax: (803) 329-2190
Office Hours: Monday—Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm ● Email:
Sacramental Emergency (803) 329-2662 Ext.7 ●
WELCOME to saint anne
We celebrate our cultural diversity and invite everyone in our community to share their unique gifts.
Rev. Fabio Refosco, C.O., Pastor
Rev. Paul Nguyen, C.O., Parochial Vicar
Deacon Ray Moore (803) 684-5621
Deacon Jim Hyland (803) 327-5080
Mrs. Pat Fedele, Parish Manager
Mrs. Christina Pascual, Parish Secretary
Ms. Margie Blair, Facility Operations
Mrs. Maria Perez, Parish Bookkeeper
Mrs. Elena Ziegler, DRE
Mrs. Kendra Foos, Youth Minister
Mr. Jermaine Evans, Music Director
Mr. Dan Taylor, FLC Coordinator
Saint Anne Catholic School
Phone: (803) 324-4814
Mrs. Shaileen Riginos, Principal
Mrs. Melita Talbot-Hill, Secretary
Mrs. Michelle Hatchett, Marketing
Mrs. Terrah Shene, Nurse
Saint Anne Catholic Parish is a Eucharistic community
blessed with a diversity of cultures all united in the Body of Christ.
Formed in Faith and nourished by the Sacraments,
we continue to grow in our call to Evangelization.
Saturday Masses
5:30pm and 7:30pm (Vietnamese Mass)
Sunday Masses
7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am
12:30pm (Spanish Mass) and 5:00pm (Contemporary Mass)
Weekday Mass
7:00am (Monday - Friday)
Baptism—Contact the office before or after the child’s birth. Baptism Class
is on the first Thursday of the month at 7pm in the Church Meeting Room.
Holy Eucharist—Please call the church for Communion to be brought to
the homebound, the sick or the hospitalized.
Reconciliation—Saturday at 4:45pm — 5:15pm or by appointment.
Confirmation—Call the DRE for more information.
Marriage—Bride and Groom must schedule with the pastor a minimum of
one year prior to intended date of marriage.
Holy Orders—If you feel a call to the priesthood or the diaconate, contact
our priests or deacons.
Anointing of the Sick—If you are in need of this sacrament, contact one of
our priests.
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Altar Server Lauren Switzer (803) 517 7415
Annulments Jim Hyland (803) 327 5080
Apostles of Divine Mercy Bill Griesbauer (803) 327 4300
Bereavement Ministry Marian Craig (803) 327 1458
Boy Scouts Dan D'Agostino (803) 628 0150
Building Committee Rob Worley (803) 328 9399
Confirmation Kendra Foos (803) 372 5808
Craft Group Mary Sacco (803) 328 3244
Cub Scouts Todd Cook (803) 327 0420
Daily Morning Mass Marian Shulgay (803) 327 7676
Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen Beverly Carroll (803) 366 2963
Extraordinary Ministers Bill Rife (803) 980 5483
Family Promise Jan Richards (803) 328 6535
Finance Council Ralph Domenick (803) 324 4250
Girl Scouts Pat Swoope (803) 329 3439
Greeters Chuck Villani (803) 524 6637
Hispanic Ministry Ángel Juarez (803) 327 2548
Knights of Columbus Ray Howard (803) 325 1086
Lectors Pat Gann (803) 366 2168
Little Flowers Group Kristine Patterson (803) 327 1333
Men’s Organization Ed FitzGerald (803) 366 2774
Music Director Jermaine Evans (803) 517 4537
Parish Manager Pat Fedele (803) 329 2662
Pastoral Council Pat Swoope (803) 329 3439
Perpetual Adoration Bud & Carol Marlow (803) 328 9745
Religious Education Elena Ziegler (803) 372 5865
Respect For Life Kristine Lenti (803) 328 5810
Rosary Group (M.M.P.) Maureen Johnson (803) 366 1588
Sacristan Bill Rife (803) 980 5483
Safe Environment Elena Ziegler (803) 372 5865
Secretary Christina Pascual (803) 329 2662
St. Anne Festival Kendra Foos (803) 792 1442
St. Martha’s Circle Mary Lou Fellows (803) 980 6271
St. Vincent De Paul Debi Noce (803) 327 2099
St. Vincent De Paul Youth Donna Willis ( 803) 324 2724
Stewardship Committee Charlie Grobusky (803) 366 1501
Ushers Chuck Villani (803) 524 6637
Vietnamese Ministry Jenny Nguyen (803) 389 9516
Wedding Advisor Diane Hinton (803) 366 6652
Welcome Committee Pat Swoope (803) 329 3439
Worship Committee Fr. Paul Nguyen (803) 329 2662
Youth Ministry Kendra Foos (803) 372 5808
Oficina Parroquial Christina Pascual (803) 329-2662
Caballeros de Colón Rigoberto Félix (803) 980-4990
Coro de la Iglesia Jesús Román (803) 324-9784
Catecismo Denise Kizer, Coordinadora (803) 324-8260
Bautizos Gerardo Arroyo (803) 412-1859
Matrimonio Ángel Juarez (803) 327-2548
Quinceañera Coi Juarez (803) 242-2985
Ministerio de Eucaristía Luis Lozano (803) 371-7210
Lectores María Quiroz (803) 487-8682
Grupo de Oración Elvia Trujillo (803) 678-9961
Legión de María Chela Arzaluz (803) 324-2088
Mục Vụ Công Giáo Việt Nam
Mọi vấn đề liên quan đến mục vụ Công Giáo Việt Nam
xin trực tiếp liên lạc với Ông Gioan Nguyễn Văn
Chuyên (324-7532), Ông Nguyễn Văn Toán (803)3671990, Bà Phạm Thị Liễu (803-325-5260), Bà Nguyễn
Jenny Nhung (803-389-9516), Bà Nguyễn Thị Huyền
(803-412-2759), hoặc Phạm Thị Loan (803-328-5100).
Các vấn đề liên quan tới phép bí tích xin liên lạc với
Cha Xứ hoặc các vị dưới đây.
Bí Tích Rửa Tội
Cha mẹ muốn cho con chịu phép Rửa Tội cần phải (1)
gia nhập giáo xứ và (2) tham dự khóa hướng dẫn về Bí
Tích Rửa Tội. Xin liên lạc văn phòng giáo xứ (803-3292662 ext. 3) để ghi danh.
Bí Tích Hôn Phối
Theo luật Ðịa Phận Charleston, những ai muốn lãnh nhận
Bí Tích Hôn Phối cần phải học khóa dự bị hôn nhân với
cha xứ ít nhất là 6 tháng trước ngày lễ cưới.
Liên lạc: Cha Phaolô Hiền
Xin liên lạc với bà Diane Hinton (366-6652) để biết
những việc cần làm và tập dợt cho ngày lễ cưới.
Pat Swoope - Chair
2012-2015 - Pat Swoope, Ángel Juarez, Elena Ziegler
2013-2016 - Denise Kizer, Bud Marlow, Jenny Nguyen
2014-2017 - Ed FitzGerald, Joe Geraci, Jamie Raad
If you would like to serve in the Parish Council,
please contact the Parish Office.
Chương Trình Giáo Lý
Mọi chi tiết về chương trình Giáo Lý xin trực tiếp liên lạc
với bà Elena Ziegler (329-2662 ext. 4).
Chương Trình Giới Trẻ
Ralph Domenick - Chair
Pat Fedele, Shaileen Riginos, Andrew Shene,
Ray Howard, Michael Radl, Mark Eddie
Mọi chi tiết về Nhóm Trẻ (Youth Group) xin liên lạc với
bà Elena Ziegler (329-2662 ext. 4).
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
First Reading — The LORD said to Cyrus, his anointed, “I am the
LORD, there is no other” (Isaiah 45:1, 4-6).
Psalm — Give the Lord glory and honor (Psalm 96).
Second Reading — Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy to the church of
the Thessalonians: We thank God always for all of you (1 Thessalonians 1:1-5b).
Gospel — Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is
God’s (Matthew 22:15-21).
Primera lectura — Sólo a Dios debemos adorar; al Dios que
nos llama por nuestro nombre (Isaías 45:1, 4-6).
Salmo — Da al Señor gloria y honor (Salmo 96 [95]).
Segunda lectura — Hemos recibido el Evangelio no solo de
palabras sino por el poder del Espíritu Santo (1 Tesalonicenses
Evangelio — Devuelve al César lo que es del César y a Dios
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass lo que es de Dios (Mateo 22:15-21).
© 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
This hour still needs an adorer—
might you help fill it? 1:00am
Thurs. If you wish to be a
substitute adorer, please call Bud
Marlow at (803) 328-9745.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co. Los lectores se reúnen el segundo jueves de cada
mes a las 7:00pm en la iglesia.
La siguiente hora todavia está
abierta ¿usted puede ayudar?
Los jueves a la 1:00am. Si le
gustaria ser sustituto, llame a
Felipe Uribe (803) 985-3850.
SUNDAY - October 19 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Vincent de Paul - Gathering Space
7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, 5:00pm - Sunday Masses
Faith Formation & F.U.E.L. K4 — 12th Grade
Adult Bible Study - “A Cultural Tour of the Bible”
MONDAY - October 20 - St. Paul of the Cross
Parish Prayer List
Porter, Jr.
Diego Perez
Lector Training - Church
Mass - Daily Chapel
Rosary (Spanish) - Daily Chapel
Boy Scouts # 277 - Cafeteria
Mothering With Grace - FLC Library/Mtg. Room
Hispanic Prayer Grp.- Sacristy
TUESDAY - October 21
Mass - Daily Chapel
Catechist Meeting - Religion Room
Rosary (M.M.P.) - Church
St. Vincent de Paul - FLC Library
Power of Prayer - Religion Room
WEDNESDAY - October 22—Pope Saint John Paul II
Mass Intentions
Sunday October 19
7:30am † Mary Villani
9:00am † George Pereira
10:30am † Donald Young
12:30pm Special Intention for Antonio Ospino
Saturday October 25
5:30 pm - Irma Dixon
Mass - Daily Chapel
School Mass - Church
Bible Study - “The Gospel of Mark” - FLC Mtg Room
Faith Formation K4 — 8th Grade - FLC
Adult Bible Study - “Catholic Beliefs that Guide you”
Confirmation Class - Religion Room
Adult Choir - Music Room
Legion of Mary (Spanish) - Sacristy
Choir (Spanish) - Church
THURSDAY - October 23 - St. John of Capistrano
Flowers for the Altar
This weekend’s altar flowers are in
honor of Antonio Ospino’s Birthday:
¡Feliz Cumpleaños!
Mass - Daily Chapel
SAS Volleyball Game - FLC
Cub Den Meeting - Cafeteria, Mtg & Music Room
ESL - Spanish Room
Hispanic Lectors - Church
FRIDAY - October 24 - St. Anthony Mary Claret
This weekend’s flowers by the
statue of Our Lady are in honor of
Jerry & Karen Dircks’ 50th
Anniversary—Happy Anniversary!
Mass - Daily Chapel
SAS Book Fair - Library
Divine Mercy Chaplet - Daily Chapel
Stations of the Cross - Daily Chapel
Hispanic Prayer Group - Church
SATURDAY - October 25
Vigil Masses at 5:30pm and 7:30pm (Vietnamese)
St. Vincent de Paul: 13th Annual Fall Festival!!!
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Saint Anne: Committed to Safe Environment
The policy requires any adult who has regular contact with children or vulnerable adults and all employees of the Church to attend awareness
training, be background screened, sign a volunteer/employee code of conduct and acknowledgement of receipt of our diocesan policy.
Please go to to register for one of the upcoming classes.
Elena Ziegler (DRE) (803) 372 5865
Kendra Foos (Youth Minister) (803) 372 5808
Weekly Faith Formation Classes for Children
Others for
Classes are entering the sixth week of instruction. We have
been promoting and accepting registrations for classes since
April. If you have not yet registered your child, do so now.
Sunday classes are full, so please register for Wednesdays.
Forms are at the welcome desk and online for your convenience:
We proudly announce
that the St. Anne Youth Group has an official name. The
CORE Team created four names and logos to choose from
and the 9-12 grade students voted on their favorite at the
Family Fun Night. Our new name is ROCK—Reaching
Others for Christ’s Kingdom. T-shirts are now being made
with our new logo.
Bible Study? What’s that?
This group meets weekly on Wednesday mornings from 1011:30am. We read and discuss the Sunday readings and are
digging into the Gospel of Mark this year, verse by verse! No
previous experience is necessary. In the words of a veteran
member of our Study: “The Scriptures come alive in how they
pertain to life today.” A rookie member shares: “Bible Study is
fascinating and thought-provoking! Yet, not intimidating—so
anyone should really enjoy joining us.”
The Power of Prayer: 9-12th Graders
The Power of Prayer has been moved to October 21st from
7:00-8:30pm in the Religion Room.
Sunday Morning F.U.E.L.
Sacraments for Adults!
Are you a baptized Catholic adult who has never been Confirmed or who has not made First Communion? It’s never too
All 9-12 grade students are invited to come and engage in
lively discussions about our Faith: Sundays 10:30am12:30pm in the Religion Room. (F.U.E.L will not meet
Oct. 26th.)
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
Need Service Hours?
If you interested in becoming Catholic or are a spouse of a
Catholic… if you are a “returning Catholic” … if you are curious about how a person becomes a Catholic… or if you know
someone who is… We hold meetings to help you in your journey towards Catholicism. These meetings are ongoing and the
process is tailored to your individual needs.
Our service project this month will be helping at the St.
Vincent de Paul Halloween Festival. Contact Kendra.
Fall session is underway! Please contact Kendra and/or
Technology Safety is everyone’s concern, but most especially for
parents of children. The USCCB has
developed a simple, practical website
for parents:
Internet safety isn't about the right software or service. Real safety in the digital world is all about active, involved, loving parenting. Check
out this website for help in building a strong Christian family!
Upcoming VIRTUS training sessions:
Go to to register: Oct. 22, 6:30pm (Divine
Saviour, York); Oct. 30, 7:00pm (St. Philip Neri, Fort
Mill); Nov 13, 7:00pm (St. Philip Neri, Fort Mill); Nov.
20, 8:30am (St. Anne, Rock Hill).
Feast of Pope St. John Paul II: October 22nd John Paul II was the 264th Pope
from 1978 to 2005. “Open wide the doors to Christ,” urged John Paul II during the homily at his
papal installation Mass in 1978. Ready more about Pope St. John Paul II at
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
“Active Parishioner” is determined by three things:
●Being properly registered in the parish—faithfully attending Mass on the weekends and Holy Days of Obligation
●Regularly supporting the parish by using any identifiable donation (such as envelope system, loose check, or electronic donation)
●Being active in at least one parish program, ministry, or organization.
Stewardship of Treasure
Corresponsabilidad Financiera
A Prayer of Thanksgiving
A Gift
Time and Talent
Sacrificial Giving flows out of an understanding that everything we are and have is a gift from God. When we give a portion of our time, talent, and money, we are expressing our
commitment to this reality. Our baptism reminds us of our new
life in Christ. We are called to be a witness to this new life 24
hours a day—in our home, neighborhood and job. By giving a
portion of our time, talent and money and by making it visible
to ourselves and to others, we continually remind ourselves of
this reality.
When we consider our participation in Sacrificial Giving, we
need to include our time and talent as well as our money. Just
as in giving money, giving time and talent expresses our gratitude to God who has given us these gifts. Our gifts of money
do not substitute for gifts of time and talent. Neither do time
and talent substitute for giving of financial resources. All are
gifts from God. As you make your decision about the portion
of income you will give this year to your parish, consider as
well what you will give of your time and talent.
(Read more about Christian Stewardship at
Oct 12, 2014 Collection
Online Contributions
Other Income
Religious Education
Catholic Schools
Facilities Improvement
Weekly offerings budget based on predicted
expenses divided by 52 weeks
Second Collections
THIS WEEK- Mission Sunday
Your prayers and donations will help support churches, hospitals, schools and vocations in countries where the Church is
beginning and where it is new. By sharing the gift of faith and
your contributions towards promoting it, we can bring hope
and love to those who need it most.
NEXT WEEK - No Second Collection
This year’s St. Anne Festival
was a huge success! There
seemed to be an invisible
bubble around us protecting us
from the bad weather (thank
you for all your prayers!) But, the main reason for its success
is the hard work and effort of the volunteers. The Festival
could not have taken place without the year-round efforts of
the Festival Committee. Many of them have committed to stay
on and start preparations for our next Festival in September
2015. If you enjoyed this year’s events, and want the Festival
to continue, think how much more fun you will have when
you join the committee of fun-loving, dedicated, dynamic, and
committed parishioners. Please consider donating your time
and talent in this fun and rewarding ministry. Call Pat Fedele
in the parish office (372-5864) to discuss this opportunity to
serve, or join us on November 13 at 6:30pm in the Family Life
Center for an organizational meeting. Fun, fun, fun!
Stewardship and the Saints
Saint Luke, the Evangelist, didn’t limit
his writings on stewardship to prayer. He
also offers a sophisticated theology of
stewardship and discipleship as they relate to wealth and sharing one’s possessions. Luke has a specific interest in stewardship and his treatment of “almsgiving”
was radical. Luke urged wealthy Christians in his community to be mindful of
their stewardship responsibilities as it
pertained to their spiritual lives, their
community, and to the poor. His feast day
is October 18.
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
2014 Gala Tickets now on sale!
$50 each or $600 for a table of 8
Gala 2014
SAS Gala 2014 is coming November 8th! St. Anne Gala 2014‘s
theme is “START SPREADING THE NEWS” at the Rock
Hill Country Club on Saturday, November 8th. And, if you're
looking for some “heavenly items” and fun, this party will have
it! To reserve tickets, donate, sponsor, or volunteer, please email! Remember, sponsorships at the $2,500
AT ST. ANNE SCHOOL. Special thanks to these $5000
Sponsors: Founders FCU, Michele Boyne Pediatric Dentistry and CVC Consulting; to our $2500 Sponsors: Kirol
Family Dentistry , Resolute , H2M Consulting, Ribald
Events, and Waterstone Multifamily Group; our $1500
sponsors include Comporium, First Citizens Bank, Scott
and Laurie Atkinson and the Rick and Demaso Families;
$500 Sponsors are: Family Trust FCU, Piedmont Medical
Center, and South States Bank, WHO ELSE IS IN ???
The bishops meeting at the Vatican to discuss family matters in
a pastoral context have released a message focusing on families
who suffer as a result of the world's conflicts, notably in Syria
and Iraq. The Vatican Information Service (VIS) has issued
the full text of the message of the Third Extraordinary General
Assembly of the Synod of Bishops:
"Gathered around the Successor of the Apostle Peter, we the
Synod Fathers of the Third Extraordinary General Assembly
of the Synod of Bishops, along with all participants, share
the paternal concern of the Holy Father, expressing our
profound closeness to all the families who suffer as a
consequence of the many conflicts in progress.
In particular, we raise to the Lord our prayers for
Iraqi and Syrian families, forced on account of their profession
of the Christian faith or their belonging to other ethnic or
religious communities, to abandon everything and flee towards
a future without any form of certainty.
We join with the Holy Father Francis in emphasizing that
no-one may use the name of God to commit violence,
and that to kill in the name of God is a grave sacrilege.
SAHS Freshmen meeting with SC State Senator Wes Hayes
Senator Hayes visited SAS for a special prayer service on
October 6th. Our freshman class had the privilege of showing
Senator Hayes our new science lab during his brief visit.
Offering thanks to International Organizations and Countries
for their solidarity, we invite persons of good will to offer
the necessary assistance and aid to the innocent victims
of the current barbarism, and at the same time we implore
the international community to act to re-establish peaceful
co-existence in Iraq, in Syria, and in all the Middle East.
Is St. Anne High School right for you?
An informational meeting is planned for Tuesday, October 28 th
at 6:30pm at St. Anne School. Students in 7th and 8th grade (and
parents of these students) are invited to attend. Come and hear
about our inaugural class! Come and be a part of this story!
Equally, our thoughts go to those families that are torn apart
and suffering in other parts of the world, and who suffer
persistent violence. We wish to assure them of our constant
prayer that the Lord may convert hearts and bring peace
and stability to those who are now in need.
May the Holy Family of Nazareth, which suffered on the painful
road of exile make every family a community of love and
reconciliation a source of hope for the whole world”.
Read all about the 2014 Synod in Rome at:
Virtue for the Month of October: Mercy
St. Anne School’s goal this year—and all years—is to create
and foster a living Culture of Kindness. Part of the way the SAS
family builds virtue into the very fabric of its community is by
dedicating a particular virtue to each month of the school year.
October’s virtue is MERCY. The monthly virtue is explored and
reinforced throughout the month in a variety of ways—whether
at the weekly school Mass, during Morning Prayer, by being
built into course lessons and projects, or through a Virtue Card
reward system for students who have exemplified the virtue in
an outstanding way. Because, “Kindness is cool at St. Anne
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Saint Martha’s Gift Shop shares...
Pope Francis’ call to families:
Catholic New American Bible, only $10
Hospitality Sunday
Sewing a Talent of Yours?
Join us to meet and enjoy fellowship with parishioners and
guests after all morning Masses, including the 12:30pm Mass.
The members of Worship & Liturgical Ministry will be serving
coffee, donuts and juice in the cafeteria. Those attending evening Masses are encouraged to drop in. All parishioners and
guests are Welcome!
We are looking for a volunteer to help mend the Altar Servers’
cassocks with Velcro. All Velcro will be bought and provided
for you. If you feel that you can help with this project or have
any questions, please contact Lauren Switzer at 803-517-7415 or
Annual Fall Festival &
Halloween Carnival!
All mothers are invited to attend a one-day conference, “God
Equips the Called." Come experience renewal in your vocation
through inspiring talks, prayer, and Holy Mass! Featuring talks
by Fr. Patrick Winslow and popular author Danielle Bean.
Saturday, November 8, 8:30am-3:30pm at St. Thomas Aquinas
Catholic Church, Charlotte. Tickets are $35 (before October 5)
and $45 (after October 5). Infants welcome! The conference
includes lunch. Advance registration required. To reserve your
seat today please visit
Conference for Mothers!
The St. Vincent de Paul Society will
Saturday, Oct. 25h, 4—8 pm in the FLC. Join us again for this
SAFE, fun-filled, family event!!! The final sale of spaghetti
tickets will be on Oct. 18 & 19 after all Masses. Plates include
spaghetti & meatballs, bread, salad and a drink. $8.00 for adults
and $5.00 for children. BEST DEAL IN TOWN!!! (Only a limited number will be available at the door.) PROCEEDS FROM
and is always appreciated!!! (Questions: call Donna Willis 3242724).
Catholic Days at the Capital
Join Catholics from across South Carolina as they gather in Columbia for Catholic Days at the Capitol, January 28, 2015. This
annual event provides an opportunity to put into action our
Faith’s call to political responsibility and gives Catholics a voice
in shaping our state laws. Activities include:
 A legislative briefing on policy issues affecting human life
and dignity
 Pre-scheduled meetings with elected officials
 Group photos of each diocesan delegation with their bishop
 A breakfast for Catholic Days participants with the Bishop
of Charleston and legislators
Interested in becoming
an Altar Server?
Adults and children are needed (ages
10 and up or in 5th grade) to serve
weekend Masses—especially the
7:30am, 9am, and 5pm. Scheduling
is flexible. Is God calling you to be
an altar server? Contact Lauren Switzer at 803-517-7415 or to discuss this special ministry.
October 19th WORLD MISSION Sunday
World Mission Sunday, organized by the Propagation of the
Faith, is a day set aside for Catholics worldwide to recommit
themselves to the Church’s missionary activity through prayer
and sacrifice. Annually, World Mission Sunday is celebrated on
the next-to-last Sunday in October. As described by Pope Saint
John Paul II, World Mission Sunday is “an important day in the
life of the Church because it teaches how to give: as an offeringmade to God, in the Eucharistic celebration and for all the missions of the world” (see Redemptoris Missio 81).
Parish and Finance Councils
Saint Anne will be selecting 3 new members for the Parish
Council and one new member for the Finance Council in December 2014. Their term will begin in January 2015. To be considered for this position, one must be a Saint Anne Active Parishioner (registered, serving, contributing) in good standing and
at least 18 years old of age. The application form may be found
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Bienvenidos a la Página de Información Hispana
Esta página contiene información para la Communidad Hispana. Los invitamos a formar parte de nuestra parroquia,
a crecer espiritualmente, a integrarse a algunos de nuestros ministerios, y a leer todas las páginas del boletín.
Lecturas y Calendário, página 3 - Finanzas, página 5 - Evangelización, página 6
¡Festival de San Vicente de Paúl!
El 26 de Octubre: 4:00-8:00pm
El festival del otoño de nuestra parroquia viene el 26 de octubre de las 4 hasta las 8 de la noche. Habran juegos, entretenimiento, cena y venta de postres. También habra un concurso
de disfraces de “Halloween”. Si puedes donar un postre para la
venta, por favor llévenlo al festival el mismo día por la mañana. ¡Nos vemos en el festival!
Libro Para Los Difuntos
El 1 y el 2 de noviembre, recordamos a todos los santos y los
difuntos. La parroquia mantiene un libro de los difuntos al entrar en el sanctuario de la iglesia a la derecha. Por favor, cuando pasen, tomen el tiempo para anotar a sus seres queridos en
nuetro libro. Las intenciones de las Misas durante el mes de
noviembre seran para estas personas.
Clases de Confirmación
Jóvenes, si han estado un año en el Youth Group, pueden
comenzar las clases de confirmación. Las primeras clases
empiezan en octubre, cada miércoles de las 6 hasta las 7:30 en
la escuela de St. Anne. Para más detalles, favor de contactar a
la directora del ministerio juvenil, Kendra Foos al (803) 3725808.
La Pastorela - Obra de Teatro Navideña
Se estará organizando una pastorela con la participación de
nuestros niños. La pastorela será sábado, el 20 de diciembre.
Más detalles vendran pronto—mientras tanto, por favor hablen
con Coi Juarez (803) 242- 2985.
Retiro Para las Victimas del Aborto
La reunión de monaguillos es el próximo domingo después de la Misa, el
19 de octubre. Para que los niños participen como monaguillos en la Misa,
tienen que asistir a esta reunión que
se trata de cosas prácticas tanto como
la espiritualidad de servir a Dios. Por
favor, hable con Felipe Uribe (803)
985-3850 para más información.
Hay retiros para las personas (mujeres y hombres) quienes han
sufrido un aborto en sus vidas. En estas situaciones, en particular, tenemos que sentir el perdón de Dios y su sanación. Hay
un retiro en inglés el día 7 de noviembre hasta el 9 en Rock
Hill. Para mas información llamen a Christy 803-554-6088.
Todo es confidencial.
Catecismo de Adultos
Los adultos quienes quieren recibir algún
sacramento, favor de inscribirse para asistir
a las clases del domingo por la mañana de
las 10:30 a las 12pm.
Programa de F.U.E.L.
Este es un programa para los jóvenes en el High School.
F.U.E.L. (Finding Understanding in Everyday Living) es una
clase dinámica donde los jóvenes pueden hablar sobre
diferentes temas de la fe católica. Vengan a participar y dialogar para entender mejor varios aspectos de la fe. Esta clase
cuenta como requisito de confirmación pero no es solamente
para los de confirmación: es para todos los jóvenes en el High
School. (No hay F.U.E.L. el 26 de octubre).
Novenas para Nuestra
Senora de Guadalupe
Las novenas para la Virgen empiezan el 3
de diciembre en la iglesia. Si su familia le
gustaría tomar un día para coordinar el
rosario, por favor hable con Berta Uribe al
(803) 985-3850.
October 19, 2014 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time