29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday in Ordinary Time World

The Sanctuary Candle burns this week
For the Intentions of All Parishioners.
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
World Mission Sunday
“Repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and to God
what belongs to God.” ~ Matthew 22:21
All Saints is a tithing community, giving back a
portion of God’s blessings in gratitude.
“Put on as God's chosen ones,
heartfelt mercy and kindness."
Monday, October 20th
Eph 2:1-10; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 12:13-21
St. Paul of the Cross
† Robert V arney Jr.
† Beatrice Bennett
Tuesday, October 21st Eph 2:12-22; Ps 85:9ab-14; Lk 12:35-38
† Jason Kerlek Family
Tom & Paul Kaiser and Dan & Rose Grimm
Wednesday, October 22nd Eph 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3,4bcd-6; Lk 12:39-48
Blessed John Paul II
† Martin Healey and Jim Lepiane
† Thomas Myers
Thursday, October 23rd Eph 3:14-21; Ps 33:1-2,4-5,11-12,18-19; Lk
All Saints rejoices with the parents and family of Mackenzie
C. Walsh who was recently welcomed into God’s family.
St. John of Capistrano
Please pray for those who are sick or in need, especially ~
† Catherine W ysocki
Jen and Bill Jones
Friday, October 24th Eph 4:1-6; Ps 24:1-4ab,5-6; Lk 12:54-59
Anastasia Adams, Jean Agnew, Marcella Altizer, Helen &
Rakesh Andrews, Rita Arellano, Megan Arp, Lorrie Ball, Robin
Bast, Robert Benedetto, Margaret Berdak, Denise Biggs, Maria
Biosca, Mary Blizzard, John Borden, Ann Brien, Jay Briseno,
Jane Carney, Timothy Ceschin, Maurilio Chaves, Michael
Chettle, Brian Clark, John Connelly, Valerie Corliss, Sandra
Culebro, Riley Cullen, Carly Czajkowski, Robert Dantona,
Michael D’Eugenio, Peter DeFranks, Angel Dietzel, Leo
DiFilippo, Sister Lydia D’Souza, Vincent Eugenio, Lynn
Ferguson-Kerns, Nicole Fini, Reagan Elizabeth Flemming,
Anthony Gabriel, Shannon Gammon, Graciela Garcia, Charlie
Gareis, Sam Garman, Teresa Ann Gilday, K. Darrell Gillman,
Mary Giordano, Dick Goble, Joseph Gonzalez, Claude Grant,
Moira Hall, June Hamson, MaryAnn Hassan, Danyl Henderson,
Gary Herman, Francisco Hernandez-Tarralba, Virginia
Hoffman, Marie Horn, Sherry Hudson, Mrs. Husk, Mary
Hutchinson, Audra Peer Jackson, Consuelo Juarez, Mariane
Kammerer, Molumba Kamuamga, Mary Margaret Kohill, Jean
Kovarik, Bill Lansing, Sr., Brian Lee, Geraldine LeFierre,
Marian Lomis, John Lucas, Morris Lusk, Betty Maag, Mary
Makosky, Nicole McGinn, Ariadna Melendez-Guzman, Liem
Shinta Maria, Lenny Martelli, Patricia McAndrew, Kimberly
McNamara, Mary Ellen Merchant, Eduardo Minas, Ken Moan,
Bobbie Moore, Catherine Morretta, Tullis Moyers, Francis
Munsell, Julie Kay Natali, George H. Nitzel Jr., Melanie Nocera,
Philip Nuar, Daniel W. O’Leary, Anthony Panameno, Michelle
Parker, Sandra Patterson, Abigail Pell, Domingos Pereira, Tom
Propes, Michael Puzynski, Laurel Quinn, Jose Manual Rosales
Rescendiz, Sean Riley, Megan Rivera, Martin & Rosalie Robel,
Johanna Robinson, Mary Rogers, Rita Rooney, Fred Rose,
Anthony S., Des Sassov, Patricia Senavitis, Susie Serene,
Dorothy Shannon, Jerry Shea, Mike Shoults, Diane Lynn Smith,
Patricia Smith, Sheryl Smith, Stan Sobczynski, Donna Stecker,
Barbara Swenson, James Suraci, Barbara Tasker, Charles
Tolley, Mary Tolley, Sylvia Urani, Antonio Uribe, Virginia
Walsh, Kiki Warrick, Bob Weaver, Jim Westerhouse, Laura
Wilkinson, Collette Williams, Eleanor Wisniewski, Beatrice
Yeager, Richard Zavadowski and Rita Zich
Lk 12:49-53
St. Anthony Mary Claret
Dawn Pleet
Kim Goldsmith
Holy Hour and Adoration
Saturday, October 25th Eph 4:7-16; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 13:1-9
Blessed Virgin Mary
† Shirley A nn Porter
† Irene W est
Sunday, October 26th Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4,47,51; 1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time; Priesthood Sunday
9:30am (MP)
1:30pm (Sp)
7:00pm (Sp)
† W allan and Purtell Families
† Mr. and Mrs. W ayne Morris
† Roman Melendez & Fidelia Caseres de Rodriguez
† Faridah Nehmeh
All Parishioners
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Innamorato on their
25th Wedding Anniversary
Doris Balderas
~ Please pray for all the faithful departed ~
Are you registered in
the Parish?
If you are not receiving mail from the
parish, chances are you are not
registered. You are free to stop by the Parish Office to
become a registered member of All Saints. Parish
registration is required to be a Baptismal Godparent or
Confirmation Sponsor. You may also visit our website at
A Message from our Pastor
Parish Life
The prophetic oracle from the Book of Isaiah, our first
reading at Mass today [Isaiah 45:1, 4-6], speaks of Cyrus.
The Hebrew people, during the Babylonian Exile, were
freed unexpectedly by Cyrus, the king of Persia. Cyrus, one
who was unlikely to be used by God because he was a
pagan, was called by God to be an instrument of furthering
God’s plan. This perhaps presents us with a conundrum,
because we may expect God to work through people of
faith. Cyrus, was chosen by God to be the instrument
through which the Hebrew people would be freed from
exile in Babylon.
The Parish Office is closed from
12:00 noon - 1:00pm Monday-Friday.
The Natural Law is God’s law written in our hearts and
built into our very being. The natural law is the law
discoverable by our own reason.
The natural law, known by reason, is the universal moral
law of human nature for living well. From Evangelium, a
Catholic Faith resource in the United Kingdom:
The natural law is ‘natural’ because it is founded on
what is good for human nature and because we can
know it by our natural faculty of reason.
The natural law is valid for all people in all societies.
Its principles can be understood by reason, even
without faith. For example, dishonouring parents,
murder, theft, adultery and lying are recognised by
practically all human societies as being contrary to
what is good for human life.
Today, let us pray for our own government leaders, that
they may be have light and wisdom from God, to act in a
morally acceptable manner.
Next Saturday/Sunday (October 25th/26th) we begin our
parish retreat at all Sunday Masses with Fr. Bill Garrott,
OP, a Dominican priest from Charlottesville, VA. Why
should you plan on coming?
A parish retreat/mission is a grace-filled time when the
Holy Spirit, the Lord and Giver of Life, leads
parishioners to a deeper conversion from sin to the truth
of the Gospel. Using relevant themes and contemporary
Christian music, Fr. Garrott preaches an engaging and
doctrinally sound message with the goal that every
parishioner will desire to follow Jesus Christ more
closely and be motivated to draw others into the one,
holy, catholic and apostolic Church.
Please plan to come. Invite your friends from neighboring
parishes so that many may take advantage of the grace
being extended in this parish retreat.
Father Lee Roos
The Legion of Mary, Mother of the Word Incarnate
Presidium, meets in the PAC, St. Joseph Room, on
Thursdays at 7:30pm.
Bible Study is held ever y Thur sday mor ning fr om 10:00
-11:00am in the Parish Library, facilitated by Deacon Brian
Majewski. All are welcome.
That Man is You! is an inter active, multimedia men’s
program focused upon the development of authentic male
leadership. We meet every Saturday from 6:00-7:30am in
the PAC.
The Parish Library invites you to a Festival of Saints after
all Masses this weekend. Join us for our celebration of
books, with drawings for prizes and fun with the Happy
Required Update to VIRTUS Training - “Keeping the
Promise Alive” - this valuable half-hour training update
will be presented as follows in Meeting Room 1 at 7:00pm:
Tuesday, November 4th and December 2nd. We are
requesting advance registration by telephone or email for
this brief update. To register, please call Janet Smith at the
Parish Office, 703-393-2158 or email her at
40 Days for Life Fall Campaign - we need your peaceful,
prayerful presence to help shine the light of God’s love and
mercy to our community. Please make a commitment to
pray with us for one hour a week during our 40 day
campaign. Sign up online at www.40daysforlife.com/
manassas or in the back of the church on our sign-up table.
Please contact Mike Baldwin at 571-292-1159 with any
On the weekend of October 25th-26th, there will be a display of
beautiful olivewood handmade carvings from the Holy Land
in the vestibule of the church and will be available for
Today is World Mission Sunday. We are
invited today to reach out and help build the
Church in Mongolia, the world’s youngest
Catholic Church, as well as local churches
throughout the Missions, in the most remote
areas across our world. Your prayers and generous gift to
the Society for the Propagation of the Faith on World
Mission Sunday help the work of priests, religious and lay
leaders in Mongolia and throughout the Missions who offer
the poor practical help and the experience of God’s love
and mercy, his hope and peace. Please keep the Missions in
your daily prayers. For more information visit:
Adult Faith Formation
Pastoral Care Needs
Adult Faith Formation: Our 4th session is this Tuesday,
October 14th in the Parish Activities Center, at 7:30PM. The
topic is The Story of Salvation: Creation, Fall, &
Redemption. These sessions are for adults, age 18 and
above. Can’t make the group session? You can view the
videos at home over streaming internet. Parishioners can
create a login credential using the Access Code “16e125”
on the web at HTTP :// SYMBOLONCATHOLIC . ORG /
REGISTER . If you are coming to the group session, you
should download or print the Participant Guide (printerfriendly) listed under Premium Resources or download it to
your iPad or other digital tablet, if you have internet access.
Please notify us if you have a family member in Prince
William Hospital or one of the nursing homes. A priest or
Eucharistic Minister will then visit. Please call us at (703)
393-1411 with the name of the person in need and provide the
patient’s name and room number. If you would like your
loved one to be placed on our Parish Prayer Tree, please call
Maureen at 703-361-4066. If you would like your loved one to
be placed in the bulletin, please call Linda at 703-393-1430.
Donut Sundays
Listed below is our Donut Sunday schedule. All
parishioners and visitors are cordially invited to enjoy
donuts, coffee, bagels and orange juice in the PAC after all
the morning Masses from 8:30am-3:00pm.
All Saints ministries/organizations are invited to display
information about their Ministry and to welcome current
and new parishioners to share their time, talent and
treasure with the All Saints Parish community.
Workers are needed. All 7 and 8 graders in need of
service hours, as well as their parents, may sign up to work
a 1½ – 2 hour shift after any of the Masses. Please call
Enrique Nieto at 703-853-4844 or Peg in the Parish Office
at 703-393-2155 if you are able to assist.
nd /
November 2 January 4
February 1st March 8th
May 3rd / June 14th
St. Vincent de Paul Society
“The Lord hears the cries of the poor; blessed be the Lord"
The Poor Boxes located at each exit of the church are an
invitation to you to participate in Our Lord's response to "the
“cries of the poor."
During the month of September the St. Vincent de Paul Society at
All Saints has enabled 74 of our neighbors to avoid eviction, keep
or restore electric service, find shelter when homeless, obtain
necessary medication, find food for their families and get gas for
their car to get to work. As the cost of providing the basic needs
to sustain a family has steadily risen, so have the demands on the
available resources of our St. Vincent de Paul Society. It is only
through the generosity of the parishioners at All Saints that we
can respond to these desperate calls for assistance.
If you are in need of emergency financial assistance, please call
The Cancer Prayer and Support Group will be meeting on
Monday, October 27th from 1:00-2:00pm in the Parish
Library. This ministry is for people with cancer and also
cancer survivors. Please call Gillian, Pastoral Care Office at
(703) 393-1411 for more information.
WOW - Widows or Widowers - You are invited to come
and join us … This is a group to socialize with, to help
overcome the loneliness, to share experiences and form
new friendships. Come and meet with those who have
walked a similar path with you. Any questions, please call
Gillian at (703) 393-1411 or visit our website at http://
wow.allsaintswow.org or email at wow@allsaintswow.org.
The Spirit of Love Prayer Group
will meet as follows:
October 20th (Gym)
November 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th (Gym)
December 1st, 15th, 22nd and 29th (Church)
Live Praise & Worship and Prayer Teams available
for individual prayer.
For more information, please call
Mary Alice Goldsmith at (703) 392-4336.
The month of October is a traditional
time to pray the Rosary. This meditative
prayer on the mysteries of Christ’s life
has been the prayed by many
throughout centuries. Why not try it?
Please consider a scheduled hour of Eucharistic
Adoration as a way to deepen your prayer life. Young
adults, can you make a commitment to one of these
mostly night-time hours?
We must have at least two people present at each hour at
which the Blessed Sacrament is exposed in the monstrance. In
particular, we have needs for adorers at the following times:
Mondays from 12:00am-1:00am and Wednesdays from 10:00
-11:00am and 4:00-5:00pm. Contact Aime at (703) 392-5260
or alnuar@gmail.com for further information.
All Saints Catholic School
Picture Make-up Day – Monday, October 20th
Veterans' Mass & Reception – November 11th
Join us as our school community honors the commitment of the
men and women who have served our country in the United
States Armed Forces. We cordially invite all active duty, reserve,
former and retired military personnel to attend this special Mass
on Tuesday, November 11th at 8:30am. Following the Mass, there
will be an assembly and town hall style meeting in the PAC,
followed by a reception for all honored guests in Father Kelley
Hall. All are welcome!
Fall Open House – November 20th
All Saints Catholic School will host a Fall Open House for
prospective parents for the 2015-16 school year on Thursday,
November 20st at 9:00am.
The 2014 All Saints Casino & Auction is
looking for donations from parish
businesses and families. Timeshares, travel
miles, sports tickets, or gift items are desired. We are also
looking for businesses to be sponsors of the event, a great
opportunity to promote your business to the school and
parish! For more information or to make a donation,
contact allsaintsauction@allsaintsvaschool.org.
Political Activity at Parishes. As the November elections
approach, all parishioners should be aware of the following
policies of the Diocese of Arlington with regard to political
activity at parishes and other Church facilities and events:
Distribution of partisan campaign literature (e.g.
leaflets, bumper stickers, etc.) on Church property is
not permitted.
Distribution of any voter guides or other electionrelated materials, other than those prepared by Bishop
Loverde, the Virginia Catholic Conference or the
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
(USCCB), also is not permitted on Church property.
This prohibition includes any of the “Voter Guides,”
“Platforms,” etc., prepared by various groups, whether
they claim to be within or outside of the Catholic
Do not bring such materials onto Church property for
distribution. If you discover anyone distributing such
materials, please inform your pastor or a parish staff
member. A complete discussion of our diocesan policies is
available online at the website of the Virginia Catholic
Conference, www.vacatholic.org. If you become aware of
any violation of these policies, please contact the Office of
the Chancellor, Catholic Diocese of Arlington, 200
N. Glebe Road, Suite 914, Arlington, VA 22203.
Question of the Week: How am I alr eady exer cising
faithful, responsible citizenship? Or, is it time for me to
join or even initiate a concrete outreach to identify and
address specific needs in this community?
All Saints Young Adult
6th-8th graders
Young Adults in their 20’s and 30’s , single and married ,who seek to engage and grow deeply in their faith.
Mon-Wed. Oct 27-29 Parish Mission 7-9pm with Fr. Bill GarroƩ, O.P. in the Main Church
Monday 27th “Faith and Flat Panel TVs”
Tuesday 28th “Hope and Expandable Suitcases”
Wednesday 29th “Grace and the Lazy Man’s Load”
Each night includes:
Rosary each evening at (15 minutes before talk)
AdoraƟon and Confession
World Youth Day 2016 Poland for Young adults 21-35
If you are interested in aƩending World Youth Day in 2016 with other Young Adults of the parish please contact me as soon
as possible as the registraƟon deadline is Oct 31st!
Children’s Religious Education
Diocesan Events
Parents, please review with your children what they are
learning in their RE classes each week. Also, participation
in Mass each Sunday, and in the Sacrament of Penance will
reinforce what is being taught and lead them to know Jesus.
The Legion of Mary Arlington Regia invites you to a Mass
to commemorate the life and to pray for the beatification and
eventual canonization of Servant of God Frank Duff on
Friday, November 7th at 7:30pm at the Cathedral of St.
Thomas More, Arlington.
October Class Dates:
Separated? Divorced? Widowed? Coping, a six-week
recovery program for separated, divorced, widowed
individuals, begins on Sunday evening, October 19th from
6:00-8:00pm at St. Phillips Catholic Church, Falls Church,
and is designed to help individuals get through the trauma of
losing a spouse to separation, divorce or death. Cost is $5.00/
session, payable at the door. For more information about
Coping, please call Gerri at 703-670-4845.
Sundays: 10/19, 10/26
Mondays: 10/20, 10/27
Wednesdays: 10/22
No RE on Wednesday, October 29th
Need a copy of the RE calendar? Download one from
First Communion Registration Meetings
Parents who have children in 2nd grade who will be receiving
the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion
need to come to a Registration Meeting. At this meeting,
parents will register their child for the sacraments and receive
information about the program requirements. Parents only
need to attend one meeting.
Meeting Schedule:
Sunday, October 19th at 3:45pm and 6:45pm in the PAC.
Meeting is in English and Spanish.
Monday, October 20th at 7:00pm in the PAC.
This meeting is in Spanish only!
Parents should bring a copy of the child’s baptismal certificate
(even if the child was baptized at All Saints), the sacramental
registration fee of $25.00 and the name and address of the
church of baptism.
Confirmation Registration Meetings
Parents who have children in 8th grade who will be receiving
the sacrament of Confirmation need to come to a Registration
Meeting. At this meeting, parents will register their child for
the sacrament and receive information about the program
requirements. Parents only need to attend one meeting.
Meeting Schedule:
Wednesday, October 22nd at 5:00pm and 7:00pm in the
PAC. Meeting is in English and Spanish.
Sunday, October 26th at 3:45pm and 6:45pm in the PAC.
Meeting is in English and Spanish.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter - Then repay to Caesar
what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God."
Have we worked to make our marriage of God, or is it of the
worldly things? Come and learn how to bring God into your
marriage. The next weekends are November 14th-16th and
February 20th-22nd, 2015 in Herndon. For more information or
to apply, visit our website at renewmarriage-vanorth.org or
contact us at applications@renewmarriage-vanorth.org or 703378-4150.
Knights of Columbus
The Birth of Jesus Christ - The Knights of
Columbus will be selling Religious Christmas
cards after Mass each weekend from October 25th26th until November 15th-16th. Help “Keep Christ
in Christmas” by sending religious Christmas cards. For
information, please contact William Bolton at 571-217-6285
or wbolton22126@msn.com.
The 4th Degree Knights of Columbus are selling their world
famous Sub Sandwiches after all Masses on October 25th and
October 26th. These subs are made fresh from the finest
ingredients and all proceeds go to All Saints Parish and
Knights of Columbus Charitable Projects. Please enjoy a
great treat while supporting The Knights.
All Saints Filipino-American Ministry
Parents should bring a copy of the child’s baptismal certificate
(even if the child was baptized at All Saints), the sacramental
registration fee of $90.00 and the name and address of the
church of baptism.
Please join the All Saints Filipino-American Ministry Fall
Dance Fundraiser on Saturday, October 25th in the PAC from
6:00-11:00pm. Tickets are $20.
RE Office: 703-393-2142
Please join our ministry choir practice for the 2014 All Saints
activities. For additional information, please contact Rose Ann
at (703) 909-6455, Ehmie (703) 409-4515, Leila (571) 2471984 or Conrad (703) 909-6454
“The Widescreen Life: Getting the Big Picture”
A Parish Retreat/Mission for All Saints
with Fr. Bill Garrott, O.P.
Monday, October 27th at 7:00pm
“Faith and Flat Panel TVs”
Mark 10:46-52
They came to Jericho. And as he was leaving Jericho with his disciples and a sizable crowd, Bartimaeus, a blind man, the
son of Timaeus, sat by the roadside begging. On hearing that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to cry out and say, “Jesus,
son of David, have pity on me.” And many rebuked him, telling him to be silent. But he kept calling out all the more, “Son
of David, have pity on me.” Jesus stopped and said, “Call him.” So they called the blind man, saying to him, “Take courage;
get up, he is calling you.” He threw aside his cloak, sprang up, and came to Jesus. Jesus said to him in reply, “What do you
want me to do for you?” The blind man replied to him, “Master, I want to see.” Jesus told him, “Go your way; your faith has
saved you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed him on the way.
Tuesday, October 28th at 7:00pm
“Hope and Expandable Suitcases”
Mark 5:25-34
There was a woman afflicted with hemorrhages for twelve years. She had suffered greatly at the hands of many doctors and
had spent all that she had. Yet she was not helped but only grew worse. She had heard about Jesus and came up behind him
in the crowd and touched his cloak. She said, “If I but touch his clothes, I shall be cured.” Immediately her flow of blood
dried up. She felt in her body that she was healed of her affliction. Jesus, aware at once that power had gone out from him,
turned around in the crowd and asked, “Who has touched my clothes?” But his disciples said to him, “You see how the
crowd is pressing upon you, and yet you ask, ‘Who touched me?’” And he looked around to see who had done it. The woman, realizing what had happened to her, approached in fear and trembling. She fell down before Jesus and told him the
whole truth. He said to her, “Daughter, your faith has saved you. Go in peace and be cured of your affliction.”
Wednesday, October 29th at 7:00pm
“Grace and the Lazy Man’s Load”
Luke 10:38-42
As they continued their journey he entered a village where a woman whose name was Martha welcomed him. She had a
sister named Mary (who) sat beside the Lord at his feet listening to him speak. Martha, burdened with much serving, came
to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me by myself to do the serving? Tell her to help me.” The
Lord said to her in reply, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things. There is need of only one thing.
Mary has chosen the better part and it will not be taken from her.”
Rosary each evening 15 minutes before talk
Conferences each evening followed by
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Confessions
9th-12th graders
Sunday Nights
Catholic Life Communities
in the Parish Activity Center
Catholic Life Communities for HS Teens
Dinner plus Catechesis, Fun,
Small group of teens who share,
support, pray, play, serve, and learn.
Girls in P.A.C.
Guys in Upper Room
Fellowship, & Faith for TEENS
Each Sunday is a different topic
Public School… Catholic School…
Home School… ALL Teens Welcome!
Soldados de Dios
Para jóvenes de 7– 12vo grado
Ven a disfrutar, aprender
sobre la fe y a compartir
con amigos todos los viernes
For youth in 7-12th grade
Come and have fun while you
play sports and learn about
your faith
Time Out Tuesday
for 9th-12th graders
Snacks, Sports, Hang Out, Wii,
Pool, Socializing… open all
Tuesdays in the Upper Room
from 3:15-4:45pm
Join us and Fr. Mauricio as we hike Old
Rag and have Mass at the a summit!
Meet at All Saints at 6am return by 3pm
7th-8th graders
Prime Time
Contact us
Rob Tessier
1st & 3rd Fridays (Sept—May)
7:00-8:15 in the Gym
Great way to have a lot of fun in a safe
environment & make new
High School, Theatre
Sat, Nov 15
Next Prime Time:
October 17th
Sports Night
Drop your child off in front of
Wii, basketball, soccer and
Thursday 13 TH
7:15 pm- 10:00pm
the parish office.
Please register before
Carmen (China) Briceño
Jr. High, Young Adults
* Habla Español *
Cathy Sledz
Program Assistant
19 de Octubre de 2014
Vigésimo Noveno Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Misa en Manassas Park de 9:30am ~ En memoria de Bertoldo Venitez
Misa de 1:30pm ~ En memoria de Rigoberto Marrero
Misa de 7:00pm ~ Menino de Jesús Praga
Rev. Lee R. Roos
Rev. Juan Puigbó
Rev. Mauricio Pineda
Domingo: 9:30am en el
Centro Comunitario de
Manassas Park; 1:30pm
y 7:00pm en la Iglesia.
Miércoles: 6:30pm-8:00pm
Sábados: 3:00pm-4:00pm
Primer Viernes del Mes:
Domingo 8:00pm a Lunes
7:00am; Miércoles 9:00am
a Jueves 7:00am; Jueves
7:00pm a Viernes 7:00am;
Viernes 9:00pm(después
de la Hora Santa) a Sábado 7:30am.
Se ofrece en 2o Grado. Es
obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703393-2142 x216.
Se ofrece en 8o Grado. Es
obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703-393
-2142 x249.
La oficina parroquial esta
abierta de lunes a jueves
de 9:00am a 12:00 del
medio día y de 1:00pm a
9:00pm. Los viernes de
9am a 12:00 del medio día
y de 1:00pm a 8:00pm.
Sábados y Domingos de
9:00am a 3:00pm
Avisos Parroquiales
Avisos de Educación Religiosa
Hoy es el Domingo Mundial
de las Misiones. Se nos
invita a extender nuestras
manos y ayudar a construir
la Iglesia en Mongolia, la
iglesia católica más joven
del mundo, así como a
iglesias locales en las zonas más remotas de
nuestro planeta. Sus oraciones y generosas
donaciones en la colecta del día de hoy para la
Sociedad para la Propagación de la Fe, ayudarán a
la labor de los sacerdotes, religiosos y líderes
laicos en Mongolia y en todas las misiones,
quienes ofrecen a los pobres ayuda práctica y la
experiencia del amor y la misericordia de Dios, su
esperanza y su paz. Por favor, rece diariamente
por las misiones y tenga un corazón. Para obtener
Clases del mes de Octubre
Domingo:19 y 26 de Octubre
Lunes: 20 y 27 de Octubre
Miércoles: 22 de Octubre
Hombres de Valor
Este martes 21 de octubre tenemos Hombres de
Valor a las 5:30 de la mañana en la Capilla. Todos
los hombres están invitados a un rato de oración y
La pastoral de Jóvenes Adultos de Todos los
Santos invita a aquellos jóvenes de 21 a 35 años a
la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud del 2016 que se
llevara a cabo en Polonia. El ultimo día para
registrarse y pagar la primera cuota es el 29 de
Octubre. Para mas información contacte a China
Briceño 703-368-4500 ext. 161.
Campaña de 40 Días por la Vida - La Campaña
de los 40 Días por la Vida a comenzado. Ahora
más que nunca tenemos que ser testigos de la vida
en nuestra comunidad. En todas las campañas tenemos 5 o 6 mujeres que eligen la vida para su
hijo. Por favor, haga un compromiso de orar con
nosotros una hora a la semana durante nuestra
www.40daysforlife.com/manassas o en la mesa de
inscripción en la parte de atrás de la iglesia.
Este 15 de Noviembre abogados de Caridades
Católicas-Hogar Immigrant Services estarán en
NOVA en el campus de Manassas ayudando a
rellenar las aplicaciones de ciudadanía. Pueden
llamar al 571-208-1572 extensión 106 o vaya a
Reunión de Registro de Primera Comunión.
Los padres que tienen niños en segundo grado que recibirán los sacramentos de Primera Reconciliación y Primera
Comunión tienen que asistir a una Reunión de Registro.
En esta reunión, los padres inscriban a sus hijos para los
sacramentos y recibir información sobre los requisitos del
programa. Los padres sólo tienen que asistir a una
Horario de las Reuniones
Domingo 19 de Octubre a las 3:34 y 6:45pm en el
PAC. La reunión será en Ingles y Español
Lunes 20 de Octubre a las 7:00pm en el PAC. Esta
Reunión será solo en Español!
Los padres deben traer una copia del certificado de bautismo del niño (incluso si el niño fue bautizado en All
Saints), la cuota de inscripción sacramental es de $25.00 y
necesitamos el nombre y dirección de la iglesia del bautismo.
Reunión para el Registro de Confirmación
Los padres que tienen niños en octavo grado que recibirán
el sacramento de la Confirmación tienen que asistir a una
Reunión de Registro de Confirmación. En esta reunión,
los padres inscribirán a sus hijos para el sacramento y
recibirán información sobre los requisitos del programa.
Los padres sólo tienen que asistir a una de las siguientes
Horario de las Reuniones
Miércoles, 22 de octubre a las 5 pm y las 7 pm en la
PAC. Esta reunión será en Inglés y Español.
Domingo, 26 de octubre a las 3:45 pm y las
6:45 pm en la PAC.
Esta reunión será en Inglés y Español.
Los padres deben traer una copia del certificado de bautismo del niño (incluso si el niño fue bautizado en All
Saints), el pago de la cuota de inscripción sacramental de
$ 90.00 y el nombre y dirección de la iglesia del bautismo.
Reunión de Registro de Primera Comunión de OFC.
Esta Reunión es para los padres que tienen niños de
3° al 7° grado, y que se están preparando para recibir su
primera comunión. Tienen que asistir a la
siguiente reunión:
♦ Lunes 27 de Octubre, 2014 a las 7:00pm en la Antigua parroquia.
Deben traer una copia de la fe de Bautizo, y la dirección
Completa de la parroquia donde fueron bautizados.
Teléfono: 703-393-2142