Manassas, Virginia ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC CHURCH M ass I ntentions This year of 2015-2016, our parish theme is I know well the plans I have in mind for you, says the LORD, … plans to give you a future full of hope. Jer 29:11 All Saints is a tithing parish, giving of our time, talent, and treasure so as to give glory to God. World Day for Consecrated Life. In 1997, Pope John Paul II instituted a day of prayer for women and men in consecrated life. This celebration is attached to the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord on Feb. 2. This feast is formerly known as Candlemas Day; it is the day on which candles are blessed symbolizing Christ who is the light of the world. So too, those in consecrated life are called to reflect the light of Jesus Christ to all peoples. The celebration of World Day for Consecrated Life is transferred to the following Sunday in order to highlight the gift of consecrated persons for the whole Church. These diverse forms include: Monastic Life, the Orders of Virgins, Hermits, and Institutes completely devoted to contemplation, Apostolic Religious Life, Secular Institutes, Societies of Apostolic Life, and new or renewed forms of the consecrated life (cf. Vita Consecrata, 6-12). The most familiar to us are probably those in religious life taking vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Each form is described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. World Day Of Prayer for Consecrated Life is today, Sun., Feb. 7. Pray with gratitude for all the women and men consecrated religious who serve the Diocese of Arlington and who have entered religious life from our diocese. Pray too for vocations to the consecrated religious life from young people in our families and parishes. I think of all of the religious sisters who taught me in my youth and all of those with whom I have worked in seminary and now in my priesthood. They have been a blessing. Father Lee Roos Put out into deep water and lower your nets for a catch. Luke 5:4 So we preached and so you believe February 7, 2016 Feb M 8 St. Jerome Emiliani, priest; or St. Josephine Bakhita, virgin Souls in Purgatory + Petruska Family + Weekday Mike Hadro Maria Tran & Family Ash Wednesday Helen Hurley Jim Hogler + Fr. Frank Ready + Special intention Joe Grimberg Special intention Special intention Tracy Polanco Thursday after Ash Wednesday; or Our Lady of Lourdes Jeff Bazin + Shirley Eberlein + Friday after Ash Wednesday John Glessner + Trudy Tripp & Eddie Tripp, Jr. Saturday after Ash Wednesday Cliff & Helen Cutter + 7:00 am 8:30 am Tu 9 7:00 am 8:30 am W 10 6:00 am 7:00 am 8:30 am 10:00 am 12:00 noon 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 8:00 pm Th 11 7:00 am 8:30 am F 12 7:00 am 8:30 am Sa 13 8:00 am SUNDAY: THE LORD’S DAY 1st Sunday of Lent Sa 13 5:30 pm Su 14 7:30 am 9:30 am 9:30 am [Sp] 11:30 am 1:30 pm [Sp] 5:30 pm 7:00 pm [Sp] Skip Coffman + Albert Rollins, Sr. + For all parishioners Special intention Carl Daniels + Francisca Galvez + Steve & Kathy Jones Irving Vargas-Herrera + Sp = Spanish • “+” indicates person is deceased. MPCC= Manassas Park Community Center Readings: Ash Wednesday Jl 2:12-18; 2 Cor 5:20—6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Readings: 1st Sunday of Lent Dt 26:4-10; Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13 1 Cor 15:11 w w w . a l l s a i n t s va . o r g Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time Through Baptism we welcome into the Catholic Church: Julio Abarca, Oliver Álvarez, Alejandro Claros, Matthew Machado, and Thomas Pena. Rest in Peace: May those who have died enter into the mercy of God and the joy of the Kingdom: Wesley Horn, Haydee Zavala de Rosales, and Octavio Corzo. For Christ’s healing of the sick we pray for: 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, Paul Byrne, Jane Carney, Timothy Ceschin, Maurilio Chaves, Michael Chettle, Brian Clark, Lisa Colgan, John Connelly, Joseph Conway, Valerie Corliss, Sandra Culebro, Riley Cullen, Carly Czajkowski, Robert Dantona, Peter DeFranks, Angel Dietzel, Leo DiFilippo, Sister Lydia D’Souza, Vincent Eugenio, Lynn Ferguson-Kerns, Nicole Fini, Justin P. Flemming, Anthony Gabriel, Shannon Gammon, Graciela Garcia, Sam Garman, Teresa Ann Gilday, K. Darrell Gillman, Mary Giordano, Dick Goble, Joseph Gonzalez, Claude Grant, Mike Hadro, Rachel Harley, MaryAnn Hassan, Danyl Henderson, Gary Herman, Francisco Hernandez-Tarralba, Virginia Hoffman, Marie Horn, Sherry Hudson, Mrs. Husk, Mary Hutchinson, Audra Peer Jackson, Consuela Juarez, Molumba Kamuamga, Mary Margaret Kohill, Bill Lansing, Sr., Brian Lee, Geraldine LeFierre, Harold Lemkul, Marian Lomis, John Lucas, Morris Lusk, Betty Maag, Nicole McGinn, Ariadna Melendez-Guzman, Liem Shinta Maria, Lenny Martelli, Hazel Martino, Kimberlvy McNamara, Mary Ellen Merchant, Eduardo Minas, Ken Moan, Bobbie Moore, Tullis Moyers, Francis Munsell, Julie Kay Natali, Emily Navarra, George H. Nitzel Jr., Melanie Nocera, Philip Nuar, Daniel W. O’Leary, Anthony Panameno, Michelle Parker, Sandra Patterson, John Peden, Abigail Pell, Tom Propes, Michael Puzynski, Laurel Quinn, Joe Reading, Jose Manual Rosales Rescendiz, Sean Riley, Megan Rivera, Rosalie Robl, Mary Rogers, Rita Rooney, Fred Rose, Anthony S., Des Sassov, Susie Serene, 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, Collette Williams, Frances Williams, Eleanor Wisniewski, Beatrice Yeager, and Richard Zavadowski. Pope’s Intentions for February: Universal Intention: That we may take good care of creation — a gift freely given — cultivating it and protecting it for future generations. Intention for Evangelization: That opportunities may increase for dialogue and encounter between the Christian faith and the peoples of Asia. A sh W ednesday Ash Wednesday is this week. Lent is the annual retreat which the Church takes to prepare us to renew our baptismal promises at Easter. Today’s bulletin has an insert with the Lenten Schedule. Please keep it handy — post it on the refrigerator, bulletin board, or some convenient place in your home. M ass S chedule Ashes will be distributed during Mass. Wed., Feb. 10 6:00 am 12:00 noon 7:00 am 4:00 pm 8:30 am 6:00 pm 10:00 am (school) 8:00 pm (Spanish) Repent, and believe in the Gospel. Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return. On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 10, the collection is for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe. This collection supports Catholic organizations that provide food, shelter, medical care, catechesis, and companionship for the lonely in a region still struggling in the aftermath of atheistic Soviet rule. See www . u s cc b . o r g / n at i o n a lc o ll e c t i o n s . The 2nd collection next Sun., Feb. 14, is for the Black and Indian Missions in the United States. This supports Catholic American Indian communities on reservations, in rural areas and inner cities. The collection also supports African American evangelization programs particularly in the south. See www . b l a c k a n d i n d i a n m i s s i o n . o r g . In the sight of the angels, I will sing your praises, Lord. Psalm 138 [5th Sunday in Ordinary Time] School Mass: Fri., Feb. 10, at 10:00 am. Prepared by Grade 1 (Mrs. Chris Harrill & Mrs. Teresa Nichols). Couldn’t get to Mass two Sundays ago due to the snow? Stay informed. Each week you can read the Sunday bulletin on the parish website www . a ll s a i n t s va . o r g . 2 Manassas, Virginia ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC CHURCH Ash Wednesday February 10, 2016 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus, The season of Lent will be different this year, because it occurs during a unique time: the Jubilee Year of Mercy. In itself, mercy means a generous, faithful and compassionate goodness. Mercy has a face! According to Pope Francis, “Jesus Christ is the face of the Father’s mercy” (cf. Misericordiae Vultus, no. 1). When he announced the Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pope Francis asked that “the season of Lent in this Jubilee Year be lived more intensely as a privileged moment to celebrate and experience God’s mercy” (ibid., no. 17). So, this Lent, we are to experience God’s mercy ourselves from God’s own Son Jesus Christ and to offer mercy to others, especially to those in real need, whatever the nature of their need. Mercy, then, has another face: the compassion, forgiveness, assistance and care given to our brothers and sisters. Through more intentional and sustained prayer, we encounter Mercy Incarnate in His Word and through an outward sign in each of the sacraments, especially in Penance and the Holy Eucharist. The Sacrament of Penance is more available in each of our parishes each Wednesday during Lent from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. through our participation in The Light is ON for You initiative. Moreover, through the works of penance or mortification, including fasting, we become more freed and more disciplined in order to listen to Christ’s Word and to embrace Him in prayer and the sacraments. February 7, 2016 Almsgiving —giving generously to those in need —takes on a key focus this Lent, because, in giving alms, we manifest God’s mercy. As Pope Francis states so clearly in his message to us this Lent: “In the corporal works of mercy we touch the flesh of Christ in our brothers and sisters who need to be fed, clothed, sheltered, visited: in the spiritual works of mercy —counsel, instruction, forgiveness, admonishment and prayer —we find more directly our own sinfulness. The corporal and spiritual works of mercy must never be separated” (cf. Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for Lent 2016, no. 3). One tangible way to practice the corporal works of mercy is taking part in the Rice Bowl initiative sponsored by the United States Catholic Bishops and Catholic Relief Services. It is one way in which we can help to alleviate the scourge of global hunger. Lent is given to us disciples of Jesus Christ and members of His Body the Church so that we can reclaim our Baptismal dignity and live more authentically as Christ’s followers. Lent is the season for us to draw closer to Jesus Christ, Mercy Incarnate, so that we can become and remain “convincing heralds of mercy” (cf. Op. Cit., no. 25) all year long, all life long. Yes, Lent is different this year, as each one of us encounters Jesus Christ, Mercy Incarnate, and, thus transformed, becomes mercy incarnate to everyone we encounter. Joining you on the road of Lent, I remain, Faithfully in the Heart of Christ, Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde Bishop of Arlington Ash Wednesday’s Scripture readings call us to a conversion of heart and mind. “Call an assembly! Proclaim a fast!” [Joel 2] Today’s scriptures demand — and so we do. We begin Lent with a reminder to turn to the Lord, just as the people of Israel did with prayers and sacrifices. Jesus reminds us that our prayer, fasting and almsgiving must be done simply, not as a show for others. Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time T he R ite of C hristian I nitiation (RCIA) T he R ite of E lection and of 3 A dults L ent The Rite of Election is about our parish catechumens who are going to the Cathedral of St. Thomas More next Saturday and Sunday for the Rite of Election and Enrollment of Names with Bishop Loverde. The catechumens now become the Elect. This marks the beginning of the period of final, more intense preparation for the sacraments of initiation, during which the elect will be encouraged to follow Christ with greater generosity. Today, on the basis of the testimony of godparents and catechists and of the catechumens’ reaffirmation of their intention, the Church judges their state of readiness and decides on their advancement toward the sacraments of initiation. Thus the Church makes its election, that is, the choice and admission of those catechumens who have the dispositions that make them fit to take part, at the next major celebration, in the sacraments of initiation. This step is called election because the acceptance made by the Church is founded on the election by God, in whose name the Church acts. This step is called the enrollment of names because as a pledge of fidelity the candidates inscribe their names in the parish book that lists those who have been chosen for initiation. After the election, the Church should surround the elect with prayer, so that the entire Church will accompany and lead them to encounter Christ. The baptized but previously uncatechized adults who wish to complete their Christian initiation through the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist or those baptized nonCatholic Christians who wish to be received into the full communion of the Catholic Church will participate in the Rite of Calling the Candidates to Continuing Conversion, also at the Cathedral next Sunday. Next Friday, Feb. 12, at 6:00 pm we hold the parish celebration for sending catechumens for election and candidates for recognition by the bishop. This will be a Liturgy of the Word. For the elect and the candidates, Lent is a time of purification and enlightenment. For those of us already baptized, the reminder of our own baptism is joined with the preparation of those seeking Christian initiation, as well as joined in a spirit of repentance, to renew the entire community in celebrating the paschal mystery. This is what Lent is about. L enten L iturgies and D evotions The Light is ON For You. Celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation each Wednesday evening during Lent, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Lenten Penance Service Tues., Mar. 22 from 6:30-8:30 pm. We will have many priests to hear confessions. Extra Weekday Masses Fri., Feb. 12 – Mar. 11, Mondays, Tuesdays,Wednesdays and Thursdays at 12:00 noon (except Mon., Feb. 15, the Presidents Day holiday). Fridays at 8:00 pm. Thursdays, 7:00 pm, Feb. 18– Mar. 10, in Spanish. Stations of the Cross Fridays of Lent In English beginning Feb. 20, at 7:00 pm. In Spanish beginning, Feb. 12, following 8:00 pm Mass. Friday Evening Adoration Each Friday of Lent at approximately 9:15 pm, following Spanish Stations of the Cross. Dramatization of da Vinci’s The Last Supper A dramatization of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper presented by members of the Knights of Columbus, Sat., Mar. 28 at 7:00 pm. B ishop ’ s L enten A ppeal This weekend every family in our parish will be asked to complete a Bishop’s Lenten Appeal (BLA) pledge form at Mass. If you have already donated through the mail or online or are not able to participate, there will be places to note that on the form. After reflecting upon the many blessings that God has given you, please prayerfully consider making a pledge of support to this important appeal that funds many programs, offices and ministries that serve people in need and further Jesus’ Mission in our diocese. Your pledge to the Bishop’s Lenten Appeal will help us to meet our parish goal of $420,000. 4 Manassas, Virginia R egulations on F ast ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC CHURCH and A bstinence Our observance of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, a day of fast and abstinence for Catholics. At Mass on Ash Wednesday, the imposition of ashes replicates an ancient penitential practice and symbolizes our dependence upon God’s mercy and forgiveness. During Lent, the baptized are called to renew their baptismal commitment as others prepare to be baptized through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, a period of learning and discernment for individuals who have declared their desire to become Catholics. The three traditional pillars of Lenten observance are prayer, fasting and almsgiving. The Church asks us to surrender ourselves to prayer and to the reading of Scripture, to fasting and to giving alms. The fasting that all do together on Fridays is but a sign of the daily Lenten discipline of individuals and households: fasting for certain periods of time, fasting from certain foods, but also fasting from other things and activities. Likewise, the giving of alms is some effort to share this world equally—not only through the distribution of money, but through the sharing of our time and talents. The key to fruitful observance of these practices is to recognize their link to baptismal renewal. We are called not just to abstain from sin during Lent, but to true conversion of our hearts and minds as followers of Christ. We recall those waters in which we were baptized into Christ’s death, died to sin and evil, and began new life in Christ. The text below is from Penitential Practices for Today’s Catholics, (Committee on Pastoral Practices, National Conference of Catholic Bishops: Washington, DC, February, 2001). Penitential Days • Ash Wednesday — This day marks the beginning of the Lenten season. The imposition of ashes is an ancient penitential practice symbolizing our dependence upon God’s mercy and forgiveness. Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence in the Church. • Good Friday — Christ suffered and died for our salvation on Friday. On the Friday that we call “Good,” the Church gathers to commemorate Jesus’ Passion and death. Good Friday is a day of fast and abstinence. The Good Friday fast is the Paschal fast — a fast of anticipation and longing for the Passover of the Lord, which should continue, when possible, through Holy Saturday. • Fridays During Lent — In the United States, the tradition of abstaining from meat on each Friday during Lent is maintained. • Fridays Throughout the Year — In memory of Christ’s suffering and death, the Church prescribes making each Friday throughout the year a penitential day. All of us are urged to prepare appropriately for that weekly Easter that comes with each Sunday. Forms of Penance • Fasting — By refraining from eating, we signify our oneness with the Lord, acknowledge our need for conversion, and give witness to our solidarity with those less fortunate. Catholics who are eighteen years and older and in good health are bound until their fifty-ninth birthday by the obligation to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Traditionally, the canonical obligation of fasting has been understood in the Church as the taking of only one full meal a day. [Editor’s note: Two other light meatless meals, are permitted in accord with local custom as to the amount and kind of food. The consumption of solid food between meals is prohibited, but liquids may be taken at any time.] • Abstinence — In the United States, this penitential practice consists of refraining from the consumption of meat. The Latin Church’s requirement of abstinence binds Catholics after they have celebrated their fourteenth birthday, and it is practiced on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and the Fridays during Lent. Pastors and parents are encouraged to see that children who are not bound by the obligation to fast and abstain are led to appreciate an authentic sense of penance. The following is taken from the website for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Liturgical Resources for Lent ( www . u s cc b . o r g / p r ay e r - a n d - w o r s h i p / l i t u r g i c a l y e a r / l e n t / c at h o l i c - i n f o r m at i o n - o n - l e n t e n - fa s t a n d - a b s t i n e n c e . c f m ). Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics. In addition, Fridays during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence. For members of the Latin Catholic Church, the norms on fasting are obligatory from age 18 until age 59. When fasting, a person is permitted to eat one full meal. Two smaller meals may also be taken, but not to equal a full meal. The norms concerning abstinence from meat are binding upon members of the Latin Catholic Church from age 14 onwards. February 7, 2016 Regular Sunday Mass schedule 9:30, 11:30 a RCIA Rite: 1st Scrutiny 1:30, 7:00 p [Sp] RCIA Rite: 1st Scrutiny Mass (Youth Ministry) 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass (Seton School) 12:00 NOONMass 6:00 a 7 6 4 LENT Mass Mass (Seton School) 12:00 NOONMass 7:00 a 8:30 a Regular Sunday Mass schedule 9:30, 11:30 a RCIA Rite: 1st Scrutiny 1:30, 7:00 p [Sp] RCIA Rite: 1st Scrutiny 29 29 28 7:00 a 8:30 a 22 Mass Mass (Seton School) 12:00 NOONMass 2 LENT Mass Mass (Seton School) Presidents Day holiday 7:00 a 8:30 a 15 8 Monday Regular Sunday Mass schedule 21 2:30 p RCIA Rite of Election / Continuing Conversion @ STM Cathedral [AS children] 1 LENT 5 ORDINARY Regular Sunday Mass schedule 14 7 February Sunday March ASH WEDNESDAY 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 2:15 p Stations of the Cross— school (gr 6-8) 5:00 p Soup Supper 6:30-8:00 p Confession 9 5:00-7:00 p Soup Supper 6:30-8:00 p Confession 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 2 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 2:15 p Stations of the Cross— school (all grades) 5:00-7:00 p Soup Supper 6:30-8:00 p Confession 24 5:00-7:00 p Soup Supper 6:30-8:00 p Confession 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 17 6:00 a Mass 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 10:00 a Mass (school) 12:00 NOON Mass 4:00 p Mass 6:00 p Mass NO CONFESSIONS 8:00 p Mass [Sp] 10 Mass Mass Mass [Sp] Mass [Sp] 7:00 p Mass [Sp] 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 10 7:00 p 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 3 7:00 p 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 25 2:15 p Stations of the Cross— school (K–2) 7:00 p Mass [Sp] 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 18 7:00 a 8:30 a 11 All Saints Parish • 9300 Stonewall Rd. • Manassas, VA 20110-2566 703-368-4500 • W W W . 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O R G 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 8 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 1 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 23 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 16 9 Lent, 2016 Check the weekly Sunday bulletin for any changes Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Mass Confession Mass Stations [En] Mass Stations [Sp] 7:00 p 8:00 p 8:45 p 7:00 a 7:30 a 8:30 a Mass Confession Mass (school) Fish Fry @ KofC Stations [En] Mass Stations [Sp] 6:00 p 7:00 p 8:00 p 8:45 p 7:00 a 7:30 a 8:30 a 6:00 p 7:00 p 8:00 p 8:45 p 11 Mass Confession Mass (school) Fish Fry @ KofC Stations [En] Mass Stations [Sp] 6:00 p Confessions 7:00 pStations [En] 8:00 p Mass 8:45 p Stations [Sp] 4 Mass Confession Mass (school) 7:00 a 7:30 a 8:30 a 26 Mass Confession Mass (school) 7:00 a 7:30 a 8:30 a 19 6:00 p Fish Fry @ KofC 6:00 p RCIA Rite of Sending for Election / Continuing Conversion (Liturgy of the Word) NO STATIONS in English 8:00 p Mass 8:45 p Stations [Sp] 7:00 a 7:30 a 8:30 a 12 Friday Mass Mass 28-Jan-2016 DRAFT01 (v1.0) 5:30 p 3:00 p Confessions 8:00 a Mass RE Confirmation retreat (away) 12 5:30 p 3:00 p Confessions 8:00 a Mass RE Confirmation retreat (away) 5 5:30 p Mass 3:00 p Confessions 8:00 a Mass 27 5:30 p Mass 3:00 p Confessions 8:00 a Mass 20 5:30 p Mass 7:30 p RCIA Rite of Election / Continuing Conversion @ STM Cathedral [AS Adults] 3:00 p Confessions 8:00 a Mass 13 Saturday Sunday Monday Y I D U U M E E Tuesday K Mass Mass 6:30–8:30 p Parish Penance Service 7:00 a 8:30 a 22 W Wednesday 16 14 L 15 5 LENT O 13 H 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOON Mass R 2:00 p – 3:00 p Confessions 7:00 p RCIA practice for Easter Vigil T Mass Mass (in PAC) [Bilingual] Mass [Sp] 8:00 p Procession [Sp] NO CONFESSIONS 6:00–7:00 p Practice for Good Friday 7:00–8:00 p Practice for Holy Thursday 7:00 a 8:30 a 23 Daylight Savings Time begins 7:00 a Mass Regular Sunday Mass 8:30 a Mass schedule (Seton School) 9:30, 11:30 a 12:00 NOON Mass RCIA Rite: 1st Scrutiny 1:30, 7:00 p [Sp] RCIA Rite: 1st Scrutiny L 11:30 11:45 1:30 Mass Mass 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 5:00-7:00 p Soup Supper 6:30-8:00 p Confession 7:00–8:30 p Come Walk with Him Adoration with sung meditations by Mark Forrest PASSION (PALM) SUNDAY A 21 H EASTER SUNDAY C 20 S Regular Sunday Mass schedule A 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass (Seton School) 10:00 –11:00 a Confessions P 27 4:30 Via Lucis Procession [Sp] 6:00 Mass 7:30 Mass 9:30 Mass 9:30 Mass [Sp] @MPCC Thursday 17 A S LOH: Office of Readings LOH: Morning Prayer Prayer Service (School) Chrism Mass @ STM Cathedral HOLY THURSDAY P 7:00 a Mass 8:30 a Mass 12:00 NOONMass 2:15 p Stations of the Cross— school (grades 3–5) 7:00 a 24 8:30 a 9:30 a 10:30 a P ASCHAL T RIDUUM begins 7:30 p Mass of the Lord’s Supper [Bilingual] 11:45 p LOH: Night Prayer 18 H 7:00 a 7:30 a 8:30 a 7:00 p C 25 A Friday T R Mass Confession Mass (school) Living Stations [Bilingual] L I D GOOD FRIDAY 19 Saturday SOLEMNITY: ST. JOSEPH, SPOUSE OF THE BVM 8:00 a Mass 11:00–12:00 p RCIA Confessions for Candidates 3:00 p Confessions M HOLY SATURDAY PASSION (PALM) SUNDAY Mass Last Supper performance U 5:30 p 7:00 p U 26 7:00 a LOH: 8:00 a LOH: Morning Prayer Office of Readings 11:00 a–2:00 p 8:30 a LOH: Morning Prayer Clergy/Lector/Altar Server 10:00 a Stations [Sp] Practice—Easter Vigil (outdoor) 8:30 p Easter Vigil 12:00 NOON–1:00 p (with Service of Light and Seven Last Words Initiation Sacraments) 2:00 p Stations [En] 3:00 p Celebration of the Lord’s Passion [En] 6:00 p Celebration of the Lord’s Passion [En] 8:00 p Celebration of the Lord’s Passion [Sp] 9:00 p Silent Procession [Sp] [En] = English; [Sp] = Spanish; LOH = Liturgy of the Hours; PAC = Parish Activities Center; MPCC = Manassas Park Community Center Jubilee Year of Mercy Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 7 E ucharistic A doration I n O ur P arish Legion of Mary, Activities Center, St. Joseph Room, Tues., 7:30 pm. • A Bible Study facilitated by Deacon Brian Majewski meets every Thursday morning from 10:00 –11:00 am in the church library. Bring your Bible and attend as you can. • Life in the Spirit Seminar. 7 Tuesdays, Feb. 2 – Mar. 15, 7:00-8:30 pm in the church. Presented by the Spirit of Love Prayer Group • Men’s Faith Formation. That Man is You: Becoming a Man after God’s Own Heart. Sat., 6:00 am, Activities Center. Learn the transformative power of prayer before Jesus, present in the Blessed Sacrament. Take one hour before the Blessed Sacrament exposed for public prayer in our chapel. We have needs for adorers at the following times: Monday Thursday Friday Saturday 4:00–5:00 am 1:00–2:00 am, 2:00–3:00 am; 3:00–4:00 am 2:00–3:00 am 3:00–4:00 am C hildren ’ s R eligious E ducation Su Information: Aime (703-392-5260 or alnuar @ gmail . com ). Adorers, when you arrive at the chapel, please sign-in for your time slot so we know that the time is covered. Out of the darkness of my life, so much frustrated, I put before you the one great thing to love on earth: the Blessed Sacrament … There you will find romance, glory, honour, fidelity, and the true way of all your loves on earth … — JRR Tolkien A ll S aints C atholic S chool RSVP for Open House – Feb. 11. All Saints Catholic School will host its final Open House for the 2016-17 school year on Thurs., Feb. 11 at 9:00 am. Following a presentation and introduction, tours of the facility will be provided. Plan to attend and experience the dynamic, Catholic environment of All Saints Catholic School. To RSVP for this event, please visit our website at www . a ll s a i n t s va s c h o o l . o r g or contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio (703-393-1490 or jdeugenio @ allsaintsva . org ). A ll S aints 5 C ar R affle Raffle tickets to our 19th Annual 5 Car Raffle have been mailed. Each registered family should receive 20 car raffle tickets in the mail. Proceeds will continue to help pay for our church and parish activity center. Talk about the raffle in conversation — almost every time, the people you are talking to will ask if they can purchase a ticket. Thanks to your tremendous support, this has become one of our largest fund raising events. Please help continue the tradition by selling or purchasing tickets. Additional tickets will be available after Sunday morning Masses in April and in the church office beginning Feb. 1. Thank you in advance for your continued support. M Tu W February 7 8 9 10 classes 14 15 16 17 No classes (Presidents Day holiday) Jesus Day Volunteers. Jesus Day is a retreat for 2nd graders preparing to receive First Reconciliation and First Communion. Jesus Day will take place on Sat., Apr. 23 and we are looking for volunteers to help us with this one day event. If you are interested in volunteering, please stop by or contact the RE Office for a volunteer form. The SPRED (Special Religious Education) program is a special religious education program that caters to children with developmental disabilities. We are in need of volunteers over the age of 21. Please contact the Religious Education Office for more information (703) 393-2142. R unning with the S aints 5K Sat., Mar. 19, 8:15 am. Please join us for this fun family event that benefits All Saints Catholic School. The run/ walk features a USATF certified course through the Manassas neighborhoods and Bib Chip timing via BRATS timing company for race enthusiasts. Indoor facilities and waiting area for before, during and after the race! Register online at: h t t p s :// www . i m at h l e t e . c o m / e v e n t s /E v e n t R e g / E v e n t R e g _S e l e c t T y p e . a s p x ? f EID=26152& f N e w = 1& f s o u r c e = i m AS e a r c h or just visit www . i m at h l e t e . c o m (search for Running With the Saints 5K). Sponsors needed. Please help us make the Running With The Saints 5K a success by sponsoring our race. Great advertisement opportunity! Sponsorship forms can be found at r u n n i n g w i t h t h e s a i n t s . o r g or contact Joan Coleman or Wendy Comeau (info @ runningwiththesaints . org ). 8 Manassas, Virginia ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC CHURCH February 7, 2016 T en C ommandments H ike A ll S aints Y oung A dults Sat., Feb. 13, 9:00 am - 1:30 pm. Registration starts at 8:30 am at the Atrium of the Activities Center, All Saints Church. This activity is a circuit hike (about 4 miles) through the City of Manassas with stops at 4 churches. At each stop a church representative will conduct an interactive discussion with the participants about two or three of the Ten Commandments along with a brief introduction to their particular religious denomination. The following churches will be participating in the hike this year: All Saints Catholic Church, Grace United Methodist Church, Victory Fellowship Church, and First New Birth Baptist Church. There is no cost for this event. Anyone who completes the hike will receive a patch if they donate a non-perishable food item from the following list: box of cereal, can of tuna/chicken, jar of peanut butter or box of dry pasta with a plastic jar of pasta sauce. The donations will be collected prior to the hike and the patches will be given out upon completion of the hike. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, George Brent Council #5332, and run by Boy Scout Crew 1188. Information: Matt Carroll (703477-9838). Open to youth of organized groups (with their leaders) and any youth with adult supervision. On the web visit n e a l b s c o t t . w i x . c o m / t e n - c o m m a n d m e n t - h i k e . Young Adults in their 20’s and 30’s, single & married, who seek to engage and grow deeply in their faith. Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned. Psalm 51 [Ash Wednesday] Adult Faith Formation Resources. The parish subscribes to Formed, a source of streaming videos, audio talks, etc. On the web, visit www . f o r m e d . o r g and create your own login credential (user name and password), using our parish code 16e125. Formed has Opening the Word, a short video that goes along with the Sunday readings. There’s also a new series on Mary by the St. Paul Center of Biblical Theology as well as many new movies, audio talks and e-books. You will also find Reborn, a series on Baptism, and Called, a series for youth on vocations. Please take a quick look if you haven’t already! The Knights of Columbus, George Brent Council, invites you to their Valentine’s Dinner and Dance on Sat., Feb. 13 at 6:30 pm. Live music by Tommy Griffith’s Band, classic spotlight band dance music from the 50’s to the present. Cost is $20.00/person or $35.00/couple; beer, wine and soda available for purchase. RSVP: Tom Masarick (703-368-8308 or tmasarick @ aol . com ). Tuesday Nights: Young Adult Bible Study. Every Tuesday night in the St. John Vianney Room (in the Parish Activity Center) from 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: Dave Farmer (dlfarmer 09@ gmail . com ). Wed., Feb.10, Ash Wednesday No formation meeting Wed, Feb 17, Ireland Mission trip information session. Stacey Jackson will be coming to our Young Adult group and speaking on the upcoming August Mission trip to Ireland to work with the ederly and infirm. She will also be speaking on discernment. Questions? Contact Carmen Briceño (703-393-2141 x161 or cbriceno @ allsaintsva . org ). A dult F aith F ormation For Adult Faith Formation this Winter/Spring, we will have a 7-session video series entitled Priest, Prophet, King, from Bishop Robert Barron. Our plan at All Saints is to show these 7 episodes in the Activities Center this Winter/Spring, on particular Mondays. Fr. Lee and Deacon Brian Majewski will facilitate these sessions. Adults, age 18 and over, may attend. Watch a trailer on the web at p r i e s t p r o p h e t k i n g . c o m . Even if you have not pre-registered, please come to this first session this week. The Session Guide is: Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon. Feb. 8 Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 Session 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Adoratio The High Priest Challenging False Worship The Word Made Flesh Ordering the Kingdom King of Kings Wrap-up They left everything and followed Jesus. If you sense that Christ may be calling you to the priesthood, diaconate or consecrated life, contact Father J.D. Jaffe (703-841-2514 or j . jaffe @ arlingtondiocese . org ). We too are called to withdraw at certain intervals into deeper silence and aloneness with God. … not with our books, thoughts, and memories but completely stripped of everything, to dwell lovingly in God’s presence — silent, empty, expectant, and motionless. — Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 6:30-8:00pm in the P.A.C. Dinner & Faith Served Every Sunday Night plus Catechesis, Games, Small Groups, Fellowship, Prayer & Talks for TEENS Join us on Sundays! 9 Sunday, Feb. 14th 6:30 - 8:00pm in the Parish Activity Center We’ll have a Swing Dance Instructor & a lot of FUN! Dinner Included… Free for our 9th—12th Graders Tuesdays, 3:15 - 4:45pm Exploring faith topics through workshops, activity, and media asking the question, “How does this relate to my life?” Snacks are out, the Wii is on, Sports Equipment is out, & the time is yours! Meet in the Upper Room . All High School Teens are welcome!!! Thursday Nights, 7:15 - 9:00pm Small group of teens who share, support, pray, play, serve, and learn. Girls in P.A.C. & Guys in Upper Room High School Teens welcome to show up! Want More? Stay for AFTER-LIFE from 8:10-8:30 for some extra prayer. Something new each week! Friday Nights, 7:00 - 9:00pm Public School… Catholic School… Come and have fun while you play sports and learn about your Faith. Meet in the Upper Room near the Gym. ALL High School Teens welcome! Home School… ALL Teens Welcome! Upcoming Sundays... February 7th: No Mtg; attend Cabaret February 14th: Valentine SWING Dance! High School Musicians needed for the 5:30 Sunday Teen Mass simply show up at 4:15pm & join! all 9th-12th welcome! Faith & Fun for Middle Schoolers Experience, fun, sports, activities, and more while going deeper into your faith amongst friends February 19th: 7 - 9pm in the PAC Fr. Kelly Hall Meeting Room 2 7:00 - 9:00 pm on 2nd & 4th Fridays Next: Feb 12 and 26 More info? Contact China at firstname.lastname@example.org Service Project Saturday, March 19 3:00 - 6:00pm Cost: FREE Pizza, Popcorn, Friends, faith & Much more!!! All 6th, 7th, & 8th graders! Only 30 spots!! 10 Manassas, Virginia IGLESIA CATÓLICA ALL SAINTS Miércoles de Ceniza 10 de febrero de 2016 Estimados hermanos y hermanas en Jesucristo: La temporada de Cuaresma será diferente este año porque ocurre durante una época singular: el Año del Jubileo de la Misericordia. De por sí, misericordia significa bondad generosa, fiel y compasiva. ¡La misericordia tiene rostro! Según el Papa Francisco: “Jesucristo es el rostro de la misericordia del Padre” (cf. Misericordiae Vultus, no. 1). Al anunciar el Año del Jubileo de la Misericordia, el Papa Francisco pidió que “la Cuaresma de este Año Jubilar sea vivida con mayor intensidad, como momento fuerte para celebrar y experimentar la misericordia de Dios” (ibid., no. 17). De manera que, en esta Cuaresma, nosotros mismos vamos a experimentar la misericordia de Dios proveniente de Jesucristo, el propio Hijo de Dios, y a ofrecer misericordia a los demás, en particular a quienes tengan una necesidad real de cualquier naturaleza. Entonces, la misericordia tiene otro rostro: la compasión, el perdón, la asistencia y el cuidado dados a nuestros hermanos y hermanas. Por medio de una oración más intencional e ininterrumpida, encontramos a la Misericordia Encarnada en la palabra de Dios y a través de una señal externa en cada uno de los Sacramentos, particularmente en la Penitencia y la Sagrada Eucaristía. El Sacramento de la Penitencia se ofrecerá más ampliamente a todos en cada una de nuestras parroquias todos los miércoles de Cuaresma de 6:30 p.m. a 8:30 p.m. por medio de nuestra participación en la iniciativa La luz está encendida para ti. Además, por medio de actos de penitencia o mortificación, como el ayuno, nos liberamos y disciplinamos más con el fin de escuchar la palabra de Cristo y abrazar al Señor en la oración y los Sacramentos. La Cuaresma es el tiempo litúrgico de conversión, que marca la Iglesia para prepararnos a la gran fiesta de la Pascua. Es tiempo para arrepentirnos de nuestros pecados y de cambiar algo de nosotros para ser mejores y poder vivir más cerca de Cristo. La Cuaresma dura 40 días; comienza el Miércoles de Ceniza y termina antes de la Misa de la Cena del Señor del Jueves Santo. A lo largo de este tiempo, sobre todo en la liturgia del domingo, hacemos un esfuerzo por recuperar el ritmo y estilo de verdaderos creyentes que debemos vivir como hijos de Dios. El color litúrgico de este tiempo es el morado que significa luto y penitencia. Es un tiempo de reflexión, de penitencia, 7 de febrero, 2016 La limosna—el acto de dar con generosidad a los necesitados—adquiere un enfoque importante en esta Cuaresma porque al darla manifestamos la misericordia de Dios. Como dice claramente el Papa Francisco en el mensaje que nos envía en esta Cuaresma: Mediante las [obras] corporales … tocamos la carne de Cristo en los hermanos y hermanas que necesitan ser nutridos, vestidos, alojados, visitados, mientras que las espirituales tocan más directamente nuestra condición de pecadores: aconsejar, enseñar, perdonar, amonestar, rezar. Por tanto, nunca hay que separar las obras corporales de las espirituales” (cf. Mensaje de Cuaresma de Su Santidad el Papa Francisco, 2016, no. 3). Una forma tangible de practicar las obras corporales de misericordia consiste en participar en la iniciativa del plato de arroz patrocinada por los Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos y Catholic Relief Services. Es una forma que nos permite ayudar a aliviar el azote del hambre mundial. La Cuaresma se nos da como discípulos de Cristo y miembros de su Cuerpo, la Iglesia, para que podamos recuperar nuestra dignidad bautismal y vivir más auténticamente como seguidores de Cristo. La Cuaresma es la temporada propicia para acercarnos más a Jesucristo, Misericordia Encarnada, con el fin de convertirnos en heraldos convincentes de misericordia (cf. Op. cit., no. 25) y seguir siéndolo todo el año, toda la vida. Sí, la Cuaresma de este año es diferente, puesto que cada uno de nosotros al encontrarse con Jesucristo, Misericordia Encarnada, y transformarse por medio de ello, se convierte en misericordia encarnada para todos los que encontremos a nuestro paso. Unidos a ustedes en el camino de la Cuaresma, me suscribo, Fielmente en el Corazón de Cristo, Monseñor Paul S. Loverde Obispo de Arlington de conversión espiritual; tiempo de preparación al misterio pascual. En la Cuaresma, Cristo nos invita a cambiar de vida. La Iglesia nos invita a vivir la Cuaresma como un camino hacia Jesucristo, escuchando la Palabra de Dios, orando, compartiendo con el prójimo y haciendo obras buenas. Es el tiempo del perdón y de la reconciliación fraterna. Cada día, durante toda la vida, hemos de arrojar de nuestros corazones el odio, el rencor, la envidia, los celos que se oponen a nuestro amor a Dios y a los hermanos. En Cuaresma, aprendemos a conocer y apreciar la Cruz de Jesús. Con esto aprendemos también a tomar nuestra cruz con alegría para alcanzar la gloria de la resurrección. Manassas, Virginia IGLESIA CATÓLICA ALL SAINTS Quinto domingo de Tiempo Ordinario 7 de febrero, 2016 11 Misa en Manassas Park 9:30 am ~ Intención Especial • Misa de 1:30 pm ~ En memoria de Ilispo & Anita Coviano • Misa de 7:00 pm ~ Intención Especial. a las personas necesitadas y llevan adelante la Misión de Jesús en nuestra Diócesis. L a C uaresma Legión de María. Comenzando febrero 2016 la Legión de María mueve su reunión los lunes de 7-8:30 pm el centro de actividades de la parroquia en el salón Santa María. Cualquiera información o si necesita información contacté a la señora Jenny Herrera (703-231-0623). Miércoles de Ceniza. Este miércoles es día de Ceniza. La misa en español será a las 8:00 pm en Todos los Santos. Inmediatamente después de la misa será la Procesión del Silencio. E ducación R eligiosa Misas adicionales. Todos los jueves de Cuaresma tenemos misa en español a las 7:00 pm en la Iglesia. Hora Santa para Niños. El lunes 22 de febrero tenemos Hora Santa para Niños a las 4:00 pm en la Iglesia. ¡Todos los niños están invitados! Hora Santa de Sanación. Todos están invitados el sábado 27 de febrero a las 7:30 pm en el Centro de Actividades. ¡Vengan todos a entregarle a Jesús las cargas de sus vidas! ¡Él sana! P etición C uaresmal del O bispo de 2016 Este fin de semana, durante la Misa se pedirá a cada familia de nuestra parroquia que llene un formulario de promesa de contribución a la Petición Cuaresmal del Obispo. Si ustedes ya han donado por correo o por Internet o no pueden participar, habrá un lugar para señalarlo en el formulario. Después de reflexionar sobre las muchas bendiciones que Dios les ha dado, se les ruega que, en espíritu de oración, consideren la posibilidad de hacer una promesa de contribución a esta importante petición que financia muchos programas, oficinas y ministerios que sirven Párroco Rev. Lee R. Roos 703-393-2155 Vicarios Parroquiales Rev. Juan Puigbó 703-393-2153 Rev. Mauricio Pineda 703-393-2154 Rev. Noah Morey 703-303-2152 Oficina Parroquial 703-368-4500 Horario de Misas en Español Domingo: 9:30 am en el Centro Comunitario de Manassas Park; 1:30 pm y 7:00 pm en la Iglesia. FEBRERO Domingo Lunes 7 8 14 15 Martes 9 Miércoles 10 clases 16 no hay clase (Día de los Presidentes) 17 clases Voluntarios para “Un Día con Jesús”. “Un Día con Jesús” es un retiro para niños de segundo grado que se están preparando para su Primera Reconciliación y su Primera Comunión. “Un Día con Jesús” será el sábado, 23 de Abril. Estamos buscando voluntarios para ayudar durante el día. Si están interesados, por favor pasen por la Oficina de Educación Religiosa a recoger una Forma de Voluntario. El Programa de SPRED (Educación Religiosa Especial) es un programa Especial de Educación Religiosa que atiende a niños con discapacidades de desarrollo. Necesitamos voluntarios para este programa que sean mayores de 21 años. Para más información pueden llamar a la oficina de Educación Religiosa (703-393-2142). Sabía Usted que... La Biblioteca Religiosa All Saints está situada dentro de la Iglesia. Contamos con libros, CDs y DVDs en español! Estamos para servirlos. Los esperamos! Confesiones Confirmación Adoración del Santísimo Horario de Oficina Miércoles: 6:30-8:00 pm • Viernes: 7:308:00 am • Sábados: 3:00-4:00 pm • Primer Viernes de Mes: 7:00-8:00 pm Domingo 8:00 pm a Lunes 7:00 am • Miércoles 9:00 am a Jueves 7:00 am • Jueves • 7:00 pm a Viernes 7:00 am; • Viernes 9:00 pm(después de la Hora Santa) a Sábado 7:30 am Primera Confesión y Primera Comunión Se ofrece en 2do Grado. Es obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703-3932142 x216. Se ofrece en 8vo Grado. Es obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703-3932142 x249. La oficina parroquial está abierta de lunes a jueves de 9:00 am a 12:00 del medio día y de 1:00 pm a 9:00 pm. Los viernes de 9:00 am a 12:00 del medio día y de 1:00 pm a 8:00 pm. Sábados y Domingos de 9:00 am a 3:00 pm Para ser héroes de Dios con el Padre Juan, conéctate a www . v i vat r e x . n e t .
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