“I will make you fishers of men”

OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm
(520) 458-2925
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekdays: 9:00am & 12:05pm
Saturday: 9:00am and
5:00pm Vigil Mass
Sunday 8:00am, 10:00am
12:00pm (Spanish)
5:00pm- Life Teen
GOOD SHEPHERD MISSION
(Route 82, 9/10 mile west
of Mustang Corner)
Mass: Saturday 6:30pm
Confession: Before Mass
CLERGY
Fr. Gregory P. Adolf - Pastor
Fr. Marco A. Basulto
Fr. Rob Neske
Deacon George Gaun
Deacon John Klein
Deacon Joe Kushner
Deacon Lauro Teran
MINISTRY
Sr. Joellen Kohlmann
Director Religious Education
Dcn. John Klein
Adult Christian Initiation
Rebecca Williams
Music Director
Richard Rivera
Youth Ministry
Life Teen, Edge
STAFF
Lucy Leon
Executive Assistant
Kathleen Callender
Finance Manager
Lupita Teran
Administrative Assistant
Mike Morales
Maintenance Technician II
Ben Horner
Custodian/Groundskeeper
Michael Prostka
Custodian/Groundskeeper
St Andrew the Apostle
Roman Catholic Church
standrewsv.org
800 Taylor Drive, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
salifeteen.com
“I will
make you
fishers of
men”
CLASSES
Adult Christian Initiation:
E-mail:jklein@diocesetucson.org
If you are interested in learning more
about our Catholic Faith and/or
becoming a Catholic, please call the
Parish Office.
Religious Education:
E-mail: srj@standewsv.org
Faith formation prepares students
Pre-K-12 for the Sacraments of
Reconciliation, 1st Holy Communion
and Confirmation. This is a
comprehensive program in which
students will continue to learn about
our practices and beliefs as Roman
Catholics.
Teen Sacraments:
E-mail:richard@standrewsv.org
If your teenager is in need of
Confirmation or any other sacrament
please contact Richard at the office.
SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMS
Reconciliation:
Daily before all Masses
Saturday from 3:15pm to 5:00pm
Sunday at 4:30 to 5:00pm
Anytime by appointment.
Baptism:
Parents requesting baptism for their children
are required to:
*Pre-register at the Parish Office.
*Bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate.
*Parents and Godparents are required to
attend one baptism preparation class held on
the first Tuesday of the month in English, last
Tuesday of the month in Spanish.
Marriage:
Please make arrangements at the Parish
Office six months in advance.
Anointing of the Sick:
Administered on the 1st Friday of each month
at the 9:00am and 12:05pm Masses or as
needed by calling the Parish Office.
This week at St. Andrew’s Parish
Monday, February 8- St. Jerome Emiliani &
St. Josephine Bakhita
9:00am-- Mass
10:00am-- E. Apostles of Divine Mercy, LR
12:00pm-- A.A, R.5
12:05pm-- Mass
5:00pm-- St. Vincent de Paul Meeting, R. 3
7:00pm-- Confirmation Class, R. 4,7
7:00pm-- Ladies of St. Andrew Meeting, R. 6
Tuesday, February 9
9:00am-- Mass
9:45am-- Bible Study, R. 7
10:00am-- Library open until Noon
12:05pm-- Mass
5:00pm-- CCD, Grades 6-8, R. 3,4
5:00pm-- Youth Choir, MR
5:30pm-- Finance/Parish Council Meeting, R. 5
6:00pm-- Charismatic Prayer Group, DMC
6:00pm-- Divine Mercy Chaplet, G.S.
6:30pm-- The Edge, R. 6
Wednesday, February 10 - Ash Wednesday
7:30am-- Mass
9:00am-- Mass
10:00am-- Legion of Mary, R. 3
10:00am-- Mass @ Hacienda Care Center
12:00pm-- A.A., R. 5
12:05pm-- Mass
5:00pm-- 1st Communion, R. 9, 10
5:30pm-- Renewal in the Holy Spirit, R. 5
5:30pm-- Teen Band, MR
6:00pm-- Our Lady of Perpetual Help, DM
6:00pm-- Cursillo, R. 1
6:30pm-- Adult Life Teen Choir, MR
6:30pm-- Venture Crew 464, R. 3
6:30pm-- Mass @ Good Shepherd Mission
7:00pm-- Mass
Thursday, February 11- Our Lady of Lourdes
9:00am-- Mass
9:00am-- Moms of Mercy, R. 3,4
9:30am-- Cursillo, R. 5
10:00am-- Craft Ladies, R. 1
12:00pm-- ALANON, R. 5
12:00pm-- Mass
4:00pm-- Girl Scouts, R. 4
5:00pm-- 1st Communion, R. 9, 10
5:30pm-- 10AM Choir, MR
6:00pm-- Rosary Makers, R. 5
6:00pm-- Holy Hour, DMC
6:00pm-- White Army, R. 4
7:00pm-- Grupo Carismatico, R. 3
Friday, February 12
8:00am-- Mass
12:00pm-- A.A., R. 5
12:00pm-- Mass
4:30pm-- Spanish Choir, MR.
7:00pm-- N.A. R.5
Saturday, February 13
9:00am-- Mass
9:30am-- Carmelite Group, DMC, R. 3,6,7
3:30pm-- Confessions
5:00pm-- Mass
6:30pm-- Mass @ Good Shepherd Mission
7:30pm-- N. A. R.5
Sunday, February 14
8:00am-- Mass
8:00am-- American Heritage Girls Coffee/Bake Sale, K
8:15am-- CCD Classes
9:00am-- Library open until Noon
10:00am-- Mass
11:30am-- RCIA, R. 7
12:00pm-- Mass (Spanish)
3:00pm-- Life Teen, R. 6,7
5:00pm-- Youth Mass
Welcome to
St. Andrew the Apostle Parish
E-mail us at: office@standrewsv.org
With open hearts we welcome
all who have come to the house of the Lord.
If you are new to the parish please
take time to stop by the office and register.
Once registered, this implies
that you will participate with our faith
community at Sunday Liturgy and return to
the Lord by sharing your time,
talent and treasure with His Church.
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 7, 2016
I will give thanks to you, O LORD,
with all my heart,
for you have heard the words
of my mouth.
-- Psalm 138:1
DID YOU KNOW. . .
that our Annual Catholic Appeal is off to a TREMENDOUS
beginning?
Last Saturday evening, the Knights of Columbus, Bishop
Salpointe Council #4584, hosted over 400 of us for the
26th year to a wonderful banquet at the newly-refurbished
Columbian Hall!
Celebrating the Ordination of Fr. Rob Neske to the
Priesthood, Bishop Kicanas joined us in praising God for
His many gifts to us as a Parish. Our Bishop spoke movingly
of the needs of our Diocesan Church and the many ways
in which the Annual Catholic Appeal touches lives with
the mercy of God. Bishop Kicanas also spoke about the
“Cathedral Square Project” and the renovation of the
Diocesan buildings around the Cathedral, the “Mother
Church of the Diocese of Tucson”.
We listened, we talked, we cheered, we talked, we enjoyed
the wonderful dinner, listened and (some) danced to the
music of parishioner Joe Anton’s Desert Swing Band, we
talked, we marveled at the energy of the Life Teens and
Confirmation students who waited the tables, and the great
team of Knights of Columbus who ran the serving lines. We
cheered for those who won the door prizes, and “connected”
with fellow parishioners in an all together wonderful evening
of fun!
And when the evening concluded, parishioners donated/
pledged $56,000 – which is 44% of our Parish Goal! That is
the strongest “launch” so far in the past 26 years!
(After last Sunday’s ACA envelopes were counted, we are
now at a pledge total of $70,800 – which is 55% of our Parish
Goal – all in this first week!!!)
IF you have not yet done so, please consider making your
pledge to the Annual Catholic Appeal this week! With such
a great start, we are well on our way – but that means
that each one will have to make a contribution and show
your support for our 26 Diocese-wide ministries! EVERY
contribution of WHATEVER AMOUNT matters – please
make your pledge/donation as soon as possible!
Many have asked, and the answer is YES, Father Rob has
been assigned to St. Andrew’s as a Parochial Vicar (Associate
Priest) and he will be fully engaged in ministry here. And the
Bishop has asked Father Rob to give as much assistance as
possible to Our Lady of the Mountains Parish, Holy Family
Parish (Fort Huachuca) and All Saints’ School!
A very “full plate” – and our Father Rob has most graciously
and generously said “YES!”
Please pray for him, as he begins his Priestly ministry among
us – and pray for Vocations!
BULLETIN ARTICLE DEADLINE
Articles for the bulletin must be in the
parish office before Noon on Tuesday.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Bulletin e-mail address: lucy@standrewsv.org
Please come say a prayer daily
with us on our facebook page.
Visit us on facebook at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, Sierra
MEMORIAL OPPORTUNITY
You may memorialize a loved one
in our Prayer Garden by purchasing a brick and having it engraved
with their name. The cost is only
$200
and it will be placed in our
beautiful Prayer Garden. Call
Kate at the parish office for more
information at 458-2925.
Online Giving is available at
St. Andrew’s Parish!
For additional information,
or to sign up, visit our
website at:
www.standrewsv.org
Join us for a
Bible Study Series - Tuesday
mornings and Wednesday
evenings - on “Encounters with
Christ” - following the lead of
Pope Francis, who constantly
challenges us to look for and
expect “encounters” with the
Lord in our daily lives.
The Scripture text is provided
for each class! No previous
experience of Bible Study
is necessary!
Join us on Tuesday mornings from 9:45 -11:00AM,
and on Wednesday evenings
from 7-8:30PM!
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Saturday, February 6
9:00AM
+Christopher Lee
(Terry Fattal)
Monica Fowler(Family)
5:00PM
+Robert Block
(Family)
Mike & Ann Faust
(Ladies of St. Andrew)
6:30PM
Communities of St. Andrew & Good Shepherd Mission
Sunday, February 7
8:00AM
+Alfredo & Sylvia Vildusea
(Connie Vildusea)
+Allan Martin
(Glenn & Diane McDaniel)
10:00AM
Rubi Gonzalez
(Leon Family)
+Roberto Aguilar
(Family)
12:00PM
+Martina Aide Anderson
(Mike Morales)
+Carlos Tanabe
(Mike Morales)
5:00PM
+George Gehris(Family)
+Guadalupe Garcia
(Family)
+John Olmstead
Monday, February 8
9:00 AM
+Fr. John Sypniewski
(F.A.S.)
+Guadalupe Garcia
(1st Anniversary, family)
12:00 PM
+Anne & Emil Wagner
(LaVera Granity)
Tracy Teas(Friend)
Tuesday, February 9 9:00 AM
+Mary Markosky
(Pat & Jerry)
Edna Ottney
(Ladies of St. Andrew)
12:00 PM
+Jackie Collins
(Terry Fattal)
David Lapp(Family)
Wednesday, February 10
7:30 AM
Fr. Rob & Katiri Neske
(Library Staff)
9:00AM
Janice Wiszkiewicz
(Wayne & Johanne Bowling)
Alex Kjolsrud & Family
(Doris Kasprak)
12:00 PM
+Daniel N. Wilson Sr.
(Ellie Wilson)
+John Olmstead
(Glenn & Diane McDaniel)
6:30PM
+Minnie Shaeffer
(Friend)
7:00PM
Communities of St. Andrew & Good Shepherd
Thursday, February 11
9:00AM
+Al Milanaro
(Terry Fattal)
Grant Kjolsrud
(Doris Kasprak)
12:00PM
+Yong Ernst
(Charles Ernst)
+Robert Woodroof
(K of C Council 4584)
Friday, February 12
9:00AM
+Maria Vargas(Family)
Coleman Kjolsrud
(Doris Kasprak)
12:00PM
+Judy Crane
(Terry Fattal)
+William Mercer
(Dcn Lauro & Lupita Teran)
+Townsend Saunders
(Family)
Saturday, February 13
9:00AM
+Robert Arthur Wandell
(Ellen & Shona Frame)
Carmelite Community
(Secular Order)
5:00PM
+Richard Quiles(Family)
+Zach Helms
(Castillo-Lopez Family)
6:30PM
+Robert Woodroof
(K of C Council 4584)
Shirley Sandies(Friend)
Sunday, February 14
8:00AM
Communities of St. Andrew & Good Shepherd Mission
10:00AM
Mary Castro
(Wolf Family)
+Bobbie Brown Blackmon
(Cruz Family)
12:00PM
+Louis Martin(Family)
+Matilde Cruz
(Family)
5:00PM
+Jerry Granity
(LaVera Granity)
+John De Lorenzo Jr.
(Lena Bojko)
The Blue Votive Light is in honor of the Blessed
Mother and the intentions of Tracy Teas
†
The Red Votive Light is in honor of the Blessed
Sacrament and the repose of the soul of Kenneth Johnson
†
The Divine Mercy Chapel Votive Light
is for the intentions of Gwen Delpit
Weekly Collection
January 31, 2016
St. Andrew’s $11,230.85
Good Shepherd $110.00
Bethlehem University $9,100.00
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 1 Kgs 8:1-7, 9-13; Ps 132:6-7, 8-10;
Mk 6:53-56
Tuesday: 1 Kgs 8:22-23, 27-30; Ps 84:3-5, 10-11;
Mk 7:1-13
Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17;
2 Cor 5:20 -- 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday: Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 9:22-25
Friday: Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Mt 9:14-15
Saturday: Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32
Sunday: Dt 26:4-10; Ps 91:1-2, 10-15;
Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13
2016 COUPLE PRAYER
RETREAT
The Couple Prayer Retreat
is open to all married couples
yearning for a deeper prayer
life together. It is excellent
for couples in, or who have
experienced Marriage Encounter,
Retrouvaille, and other related
married ministries. The CPR is
an intimate time for couples to confirm where
they are going and to get closer God as a couple.
The retreat is Feb 12-14, 2016 at Holy Trinity
Monastery. Journey Together, as a couple, to
God through Scriptural Couple Prayer. For
registration and more information, call 520-7222931 or email stogskk@mindspring.com. This is
the last week to register.
CATHOLIC QUIZ –
This week’s Question: “What is the ‘Eucharistic Fast’?”
The answer to last week’s Question: “What are the Obligations of Fasting?”
Formerly, fast days consisted of all Lenten days except Sunday. Today, the Days of Fast AND
Abstinence (from meat) are Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. All the Fridays of Lent are
days of abstinence from meat. The Church Law binds as follows: the law of abstinence (not eating meat)
obliges those who have completed their fourteenth year. The law of Fast (only one full meal, with nothing
between meals) obliges those who have completed their eighteenth year until the beginning of their 60th
year.
Simply put: If you are over 14 years old – you abstain from eating meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday
and all the Fridays of Lent.
If you are between 19 and 59 – you eat only one full meal (no meat) on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.
(If you would like to be as smart as the “Quiz Master” – pick up a copy of the Catholic Source Book,
available in the Parish Office, for only $25!)
This total represents
139 Donors
or 6% parishioner
participation
FEBRUARY 10, 2016
MASSES
THE ASH WEDNESDAY
COLLECTION WILL GO TO SAN
SOLANO MISSIONS
The parish of the San Solano Missions was
established in 1908. San Solano Missions is
geographically the largest parish in the Diocese of Tucson covering 8,000 square miles
with 53 villages each with their own community, chapel, and village life.
San Solano Missions are grateful for your
prayers and generosity!
Please join us for Stations of the Cross every Friday during Lent, beginning February 12 at 5:30pm in the Church, followed
by Fish Fry at the Columbian Association
Hall.
ST. ANDREW THE APOSTLE
7:30AM, 9:00AM, 12:00PM & 7:00PM
& 6:30PM GOOD SHEPHERD MISSION IN WHETSTONE
Acompanenos al Viacrucis en Espanol todos los Viernes de Cuaresma empezando el
12 de Febrero a las 6:30pm en la Iglesia.
MISAS PARA EL MIERCOLES DE
CENIZA
Parroquia de San Andres
7:30am, 9:00am, 12:00pm y 7:00pm
6:30pm en Mision el Buen Pastor en
Whetstone.
El Viacrucis en Ingles iniciara a las
5:30pm empezando el Viernes 12 de
Febrero seguido por la cena de pescado
en el Salon de los Caballeros de Colon.
COLUMBIAN ASSOCIATION
When:
Every Sunday and
Wednesday
evening starting
at 7PM
Where:
Knights Hall
BINGO
18 games give
out $100 each
game
Game # 10 has a
$500 cash prize
Game # 20 is a
Progressive
game worth
$700 with a
consolation prize
of $500
No one under the age of 18 is
allowed in the hall once the
games begin at 7PM.
Game # 21 is the LARGEST PROGRESSIVE PAYOUT GAME IN ALL OF
COCHISE COUNTY with a $2000 Prize and a consolation prize of $500
TELL A FRIEND, BRING YOUR NEIGHBOR, LET YOUR COWORKER’S KNOW
ABOUT BINGO FUN AT KNIGHT’S HALL EVERY SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY
The Filipino Community
invites you to a
Valentine’s Dance
Come enjoy good food and good music!
Date/Place: Saturday, February 13, Kino Hall
Time: 6pm to 10:30
11pm pm
Music by: “Bits and Pieces” (band from Los Angeles)
Cost: $25 per person
Contact for tickets: Mila West, 520-458-4044 or
milagros1945@gmail.com
Marriage
renewal of
Vows
Come join the
St Andrew the Apostle Community
in a Parish wide Renewal of Vows Ceremony.
Saturday 13 February 2016 at the 5PM Mass
THE LADIES
OF SAINT
ANDREW'S
MEETING
Join us in Faith, Fun, and Fellowship
When: Monday FEBRUARY 8, 2015
at 6:00 PM
Where: Madonna Hall / Parish Hall
Mark your calendars for upcoming
2016 events:
February 8 Monday
6:00PM Ladies Meeting
March 14 Monday
6:00PM Ladies Meeting –
Sister JoEllen Speaker
A Prayer for Refugees
All Cursillistas and anyone
Our Gracious Lord,
interested in Cursillo are
There are many in Your world today who have been forced cordially invited to attend
from their homes by persecution and violence.
Grand Ultreya
Keep them in your constant care, and bring them to a place of safety.
Saturday February 20, 2016
Be the Good Shepherd to refugees who are in flight. Keynote Speaker: Bishop Gerald Kicanas
Guide them to the green pastures of safety.
Ultreya will begin with Mass 5:30pm
Be the Everlasting Father to refugees who have lost home and loved ones. Lead, protect and provide for them.
Cathedral 192 S. Stone Ave
Be the Great Physician to refugees who are suffering. Potluck
Grant them healing and hope.
We hope to see you there!
Be the Hiding Place to refugees who are languishing in camps. Shelter their souls as well as their bodies.
For questions contact Nivas Beltran(928) 210-5477
Be the Deliverer to refugees who have been able to return home. Restore their lives so that those who have sown in tears may reap in joy.
The American
Be the Wonderful Counselor to refugees who have been Heritage Girls
resettled. Help them find their way in a new land.
will be having a
Be the Giver of all good gifts to those who serve refugees. bake sale
Empower them to do justice and love mercy and fundraiser on
walk humbly with You.
Sunday,
Be the Lord of lords to all the earth, that those who rule February 14th
would do so in justice and righteousness, and no after all morning Masses. Stop by and
one would have to become a refugee anymore.
support the American Heritage Girls.
We ask these things in the precious and powerful name of Jesus. Amen.
Parishioner at Hacienda Rehab needs ride to
Sunday 5PM Life Teen Mass.
Prayer for the Year of Mercy
Please contact Theresa at Hacienda room 340
or call 459-4900. Thank you!
Lord, Jesus Christ, you have taught us to be merciful like the Father. Let us be Your visible face in the If you are suffering from an abortion decision,
world, a face of compassion and mercy.
experience the healing love of Jesus Christ on a
Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat Weekend on FebruLet each of us this year experience Your love,
ary 26-28, 2016, in the Tucson area. For more
forgiveness and mercy. May this jubilee of mercy
information and/or to register please call the
renew the Church and compel us to bring Good
confidential phone line (520) 743-6777 or eNews to the poor and marginalized.
mail Gail rachelsvineyardtucson@cox.net. All
inquiries are kept in strictest confidence. AdGive us the heart and the means to feed the hun- ditional information may also be found on the
gry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked,
Rachel’s Vineyard website at www.rachelsvineshelter the homeless, visit the imprisoned; visit the
yardtucson.org
sick and comfort those who mourn.
We ask this of you, Jesus Christ, ever merciful and
forgiving Lord, now and forever.
Amen.
Game Night for Singles
Save the date
Friday, February 19th 7PM
Madonna Hall
Miércoles de Ceniza
El sendero de la vida
Oh Dios de reconciliación,
tú eres rico en bondad y lento a la cólera.
En tu gran misericordia,
nos enviaste a Jesús, tu Hijo,
para mostrarnos el sendero de la vida.
Al iniciar nuestra jornada cuaresmal,
llénanos de energía para caminar con Cristo.
Que el ayuno, la oración y la limosna,
nos hagan tener hambre de ti, Señor,
y nos perfeccionen en el amor a ti y al prójimo.
En este tiempo propicio,
purifica nuestro corazón
y llénanos con el amor de tu Santo Espíritu
para que seamos compañeros de camino,
misericordiosos con todos.
Te lo pedimos por nuestro Señor Jesucristo,
tu Hijo, que vive y reina contigo
en la unidad del Espíritu Santo,
y es Dios, por los siglos de los siglos. Amén.
Miércoles, 10 de febrero de 2016
Volvámonos al Señor
Lecturas del día: Joel 2:12 – 18; Salmo 51:3 – 4, 5 – 6ab,
12 –13, 14 y 17; 2 Corintios 5:20 —6:2; Mateo 6:1– 6, 16– 18.
Hoy, la Iglesia se embarca en un retiro de cuarenta días de
preparación para la celebración de la Pascua. Nos unimos a
los elegidos, a los que se preparan a recibir los tres sacramentos de la iniciación cristiana, para serenarnos y examinar lo que necesita ser transformado en nuestra vida. A
usted, ¿dónde le ha consumido el pecado el corazón, alejándolo de Dios? El pecado se infiltra hasta hacerse hábito. Hay
que examinar cada área de nuestra vida para descubrir si
hay oscuridad. Las palabras del profeta Joel siguen resonando hoy. Necesitamos arrepentirnos y volvernos a Dios.
La conversión no es fácil, ni se realiza de un día a otro.
Requiere disciplina, perseverancia y práctica. Los tres ejercicios de piedad cuaresmal, oración, ayuno y limosna, nos
ayudan a abrirnos a la bondad de Dios y a acercarnos al
corazón de Cristo. En estos cuarenta días, haga que esas
prácticas se le vuelvan hábitos para remover el pecado y lo
conduzcan a reflexionar en su propia vida ante Cristo mientras lo zambullen en el misterio pascual cristiano.
En el evangelio, Jesús nos instruye a no ser ostentosos
cuando oramos, ayunamos o damos limosna. Meditando en
las palabras del salmo, considere lo que usted ha sacrificado
(ayuno), el tiempo que dedica a orar y lo que podría dar en
solidaridad, como un modo de abrazar la Cuaresma y purificar su corazón.
La semana en casa
Lunes, 8 de febrero de 2016
Curar
A donde quiera que Jesús iba, atraía a la gente. Apenas llegar,
ya lo buscaban para que los curara. Jesús restableció a aquellos que se acercaban a él en busca de plenitud de vida. Él
quiere que todos estemos sanos para participar de su vida.
¿Necesita usted ser curado? Reflexione en silencio y pídale a
Cristo que lo restaure en la vida plena. Lecturas del día:
1 Reyes 8:1 – 7, 9 – 13; Salmo 132:6 – 7, 8 – 10; Marcos 6:53 – 56.
Martes, 9 de febrero de 2016
Tradiciones humanas
Jesús denuncia que los fariseos están atrapados en las
tradiciones humanas y no se enfocan en los mandamientos.
Él no quiere que nuestras tradiciones humanas se vuelvan en
dios nuestro. ¿Hay alguna tradición humana que perturbe
nuestra relación con Jesús? En siglos pasados, en martes de
carnaval, las casas quedaban limpias de dulces y golosinas
como preparación al ayuno cuaresmal. Prepare esta noche
una cena festiva con familiares y amigos para discutir cómo
observar la Cuaresma y volver a centrarse en Dios. Lecturas
del día: 1 Reyes 8:22 – 23, 27 – 30; Salmo 84:3, 4, 5 y 10, 11;
Marcos 7:1 – 13.
Miércoles, 10 de febrero de 2016
Miércoles de Ceniza
A lo largo de cuarenta días, la Iglesia acompañará a los que
se preparan a recibir los sacramentos en la Pascua. Para ellos,
estas semanas son de purificación y de iluminación. Es un
tiempo de intensa oración, ayuno y enriquecimiento
espiritual. Nos unimos a los elegidos liberándonos del
pecado mediante la oración, el ayuno y las limosnas, para
poder ser renovados y compartir la alegría de la resurrección.
Escoja usted algún ejercicio de Cuaresma que le acerque al
corazón de Cristo. ¡Saboree la Cuaresma! Lecturas del día:
Joel 2:12 – 18; Salmo 51:3 – 4, 5 – 6ab, 12 – 13, 14 y 17; 2 Corintios
5:20 — 6:2; Mateo 6:1 – 6, 16 – 18.
Jueves, 11 de febrero de 2016
Tomar la cruz
La invitación de Jesús en el evangelio no es fácil. Explicita
que los discípulos deben llevar sus cruces, y que tal acto es
vivificante. Vida y muerte han sido puestas ante nosotros
para escoger cuál ruta seguiremos. Escoger una vida enraizada en Jesús no será fácil, pero promete vida eterna, una
vida llena de alegría. Intente pasar algún tiempo contemplando el evangelio de hoy. ¿A dónde lo invita Jesús? Lecturas
del día: Deuteronomio 30:15 – 20; Salmo 1:1 – 2, 3, 4 y 6;
Lucas 9:22 – 25.
Viernes, 12 de febrero de 2016
Ayunar
¿Por qué ayunamos en la Cuaresma? Isaías conecta el ayuno
con la justicia. Ayunamos para ayudar a manifestar el Reino
de Dios, para mejorar el mundo. No ayunamos para tener a
Dios contento o para cumplir una ley. Ayunamos para
vaciarnos de nosotros mismos y poder abrirnos a la gracia de
Dios que nos motiva a servir a otros. Aguardamos el retorno
del novio, entonces ya no habrá más ayunos. Ofrezca el
ayuno de hoy por los arraigados injustamente y por los oprimidos. Lecturas del día: Isaías 58:1 – 9a; Salmo 51:3 – 4, 5 – 6ab,
18 – 19; Mateo 9:14 – 15.
Sábado, 13 de febrero de 2016
Médico
El evangelio describe a Jesús como médico para los enfermos. Los médicos ayudan a restaurar la vida y a curar lo que
nos aflige. La promesa en este pasaje es que no importa cuán
enfermos estemos, Cristo nos ama y nos llama junto a sí.
¿Cuáles son las áreas pecaminosas de la vida que necesitan
ser sanadas? Al término de esta semana, piense delante de
Dios en todo lo que hizo a lo largo de ella. Lecturas del día:
Isaías 58:9b – 14; Salmo 86:1 – 2, 3 – 4, 5 – 6; Lucas 5:27– 32.
© 2016 Liturgy Training Publications. 1-800-933-1800. Texto de Timothy A. Johnston.
Traducción de Ricardo López. Ilustración de Steve Musgrave. Texto bíblico conforme a
La Biblia de nuestro pueblo. Biblia del peregrino (2011), con el debido permiso.
Aprobación canónica de la Arquidiócesis de Chicago, 4 de septiembre de 2015.
Recursos reproducibles para Cuaresma–Triduo Pascual–Pascua 2016
JOURNEY OF FAITH CORNER February 6-7, 2016
Fifth Week
in Ordinary Time
Psalm 51
Wednesday, Ash Wednesday,
has Psalm 51 as the responsorial
psalm. “Praying Psalm 51
means,
first
of
all,
acknowledging our involvement
in every kind of human
failing…Psalm 51 allows no
protests of innocence or claims
of extenuating circumstances. [It
is] a passionate appeal to God’s
mercy,
goodness,
and
compassion…this psalm asks for
a new act of creation, which in
Hebrew usage is something that
God alone can do. Only if God
creates in us a clean heart will
we be able to live in God’s
presence and in communion with
God’s Spirit, the source of joy
and salvation.
This then is the way that we are
to begin our Lent: with an honest
recognition of our flawed
humanity, a bold reliance on
God’s boundless mercy, and an
even more audacious request that
God create in us a new heart that
belongs to God alone.”
Harry P. Nasuti - Give Us This Day –
Feb. 2016 Pages 88-89
By: Sr. Joellen
Kohlmann DRE
PEACE begins with us
By Connie Clark
“Stepping stone #2:
Get more enjoyment out of your trip. Bring a map.
The difference between a life of peace and a life of anxiety is
prayer. Think about it. When we don’t know where we’re
going, we use a map or GPS. So why don’t we spend more
time consulting the map that directs our whole lives? If
you’ve been away from prayer, all you need is a simple one
to get started. Visualizing a scene from the life of Jesus, and
putting yourself there with him, is a great way for young
children to pray, especially when they’re in stressful
situations. You can help children learn to pray this way by
sharing stories about Jesus. Use a children’s Bible if you have
one, or simply sit together quietly and talk about it.”
Prayer is not asking. Prayer is putting
oneself in the hands of God, at his
disposition, and listening to his voice in the
depth of our hearts. Blessed Mother Teresa
Jubilee Year of Mercy…
Vatican City, Jan 26, 2016 (CNA/EWTN News).- By Ann Schneible
“In his 2016 Lenten message, Pope Francis called the
faithful to place special emphasis on the spiritual and
corporal works of mercy this Lent, taking into account the
current Jubilee Year of Mercy.
“God’s mercy transforms human hearts; it enables us,
through the experience of a faithful love, to become
merciful in turn,” the Pope wrote in the short document,
released Tuesday by the Vatican.
The spiritual and corporal works of mercy, the pontiff said,
“remind us that faith finds expression in concrete everyday
actions meant to help our neighbors in body and spirit: by
feeding, visiting, comforting and instructing them.”
“On such things will we be judged,” he said.”
JOURNEY OF FAITH CORNER February 6-7, 2016
By: Sr. Joellen
Kohlmann DRE
Prayer Intentions for February
Universal: Care for Creation
That we may take good care of creation – a
gift freely given – cultivating and protecting it
for future generations.
Evangelization: Asia
That opportunities may increase for
dialogue and encounter between the Christian
faith and the peoples of Asia.
Sunday 9:00 – Noon
Tuesday 10:00 – Noon
Thursday 10:00 – Noon
A Hand of Peace: Pope Pius
XII and the Holocaust
FAITH FORMATION NEWS…
Sacrament Retreat – Saturday, March 5,
9:00 AM Mass – 2:00 PM
For all preparing for their first Communion and
Reconciliation….Parents welcome
Celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation
– Saturday, April 9th
following the 9:00 AM Mass
First Communion Parent Meetings
– either Wed., March 2nd or Thu. March 3rd or Sun. March 6th
Meeting is held while your child is in class.
Altar Server Training
Saturday, Feb. 27th
Following 9:00 am Mass
Interested? Call Sr. Joellen
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MINISTRY DIRECTORY
Adoration: John Bucher
227-5888
Altar Servers: Ralph Wildermuth
266-2479
Altar Society: Dora Diaz
458-3560
America Heritage Girls: Sue Ann P.
255-8442
ALANON: Rebecca
459-5079
Alcoholics Anonymous: Warren
559-8592
Annulments: Deacon Joe Kushner
458-2925
Audio/Visual: Rick Young
458-2925
Bereavement Group: Ann Dickson
458-2925
Building Committee: Bill Polakowski
458-2925
Bulletin: Lucy Leon
458-2925
Carmelite Community: Gil Castro 458-9374
Charismatic Prayer Group: Gail Phelps
378-9343
Grupo Carismatico, Adultos (Mayoya)
226-5281
Christian Formation: Sr. Joellen Kohlmann 236-4998
Christian Initiation: Dcn. John Klein
266-1330
Cursillo, Tony Moreno 249-1295
English Cursillo Movement: Tony Moreno 249-1295
E. Apostles of Divine Mercy:Gil Castro
458-9374
Eucharistic Ministers: Deacon Lauro Teran 458-2925
Familia Santo Rosario: Francisco/Olga Felix378-2682
Fil-Am Club: Dorothy Carampatan
227-9471
Finance/Parish Council: Bill Polakowski 459-2653
Funeral Reception: Bea Reese
458-3962
Home/Hospital Communion: Lucy Leon
458-2925
Hospitality Ministers: Lupita Teran
458-2925
Jail Ministry: Lupita Teran 458-2925
Kino Hall: Maryann Hockstad
456-5555
Knights of Columbus: Charlie Pisani
227-4841
Ladies of St. Andrew’s: Fran Cassidy
803-0298
Lectors: Deacon Lauro Teran
458-2925
Legion of Mary: Catharina Glover
459-7203
Library: Katiri Neske
335-6485
Life Teen Choir: Ron Rivera
266-3125
Ministry Schedule: Hector & Perlie Natal 456-0272
Moms of Mercy: Kristin Valenzuela
803-6827
Music Director: Rebecca Williams
459-5079
Marriage Prep: Deacon Joe Kushner
458-2925
Novena Prayer Group: Rexie DeVries
378-0230
Pack 464: Tracy Teas
220-9675
Troop 464: Charly Valdez
508-8164
Parish Office
458-2925
Parish Nurse: Connie Sayers
456-7351
Prayer Line: Office Staff
458-2925
Quinceaneras: Lupita Teran
458-2925
Rosary Making Group: Maria Evans
458-2925
Scouting Counselor Deacon George
458-2748
Social Concerns: Linda Klein
803-0956
Stephen Ministry: Connie Sayers
456-7351
St. Joseph’s Youth Camp: Imelda Castillo 459-8965
St. Paul’s Street Evangelization
702-271-1142
St. Vincent de Paul Society: Marge Conroy 458-0500
St. Vincent Food Bank: Stan Garner
458-0500
VICaP: Marilyn L’Heureux
459-8146
Youth Ministry: Richard Rivera
458-2925
Youth Choir: Rebecca Williams
459-5079
Web Ministry:Rick Young 458-2925
White Army: Maria Acuna
378-2319
A)Luis A. Amaya,
Armando Asahan Jr.,
Alfred Arellaga,
Aguilar Samantha,
James R. Andersen,
Vicente Alonzo,
Mario Alonzo,
John Amarillas,
Emmanuel Amarante
B) Andrew Brasil,
Anthony Benson,
Sahib Buksh,
William Ballesteros,
Christian Barrett,
Spencer Barnett,
Aaron Beckman,
Louis Becerra,
Mark Bennett,
Domiciano Bernardo
C) Lamar Crounse,
Steven Carpenter II,
Nicholas Callender,
Madison Callender,
Ariel Campas,
Ruth Cruz,
Michael Chasse,
Victor Castillo,
Anthony Cummins,
Luis Christian Cuevas,
Robert Chauncey,
Ricky Cardenas,
Jeremy Campas,
Francisco Contreras,
Nicole Chevalier,
Chris Campas,
Luis Castro,
Brian Cline
D) Andrew Didakovich,
Kelvin Dukes,
Josh Diringer,
Richard Delgado Jr.,
Carmichael Dumlao,
Michael Denman,
James Diaz,
Neil Dutt,
Adam Dutt,
Aaron Delay,
Dan Duarte Jr.,
Tyler Dodd,
Lupe Denogean
E) Anthony Esquer,
Nicole Escobar,
Brandon W. Esclito
F) Paige Felix,
Michael Foster,
Dominic Fredricks,
Angel Felix,
Ronald Fruchey,
Matthew Farkas,
Billy Friend,
Jordan Francis,
Joe Flores,
Richard Farley
G) Billy Grant,
Emilio Gonzalez,
Brian Greszler,
Sean Gearty,
Ian Gunn,
James Gilbertson,
Jacob Guerrero,
Rusty Godsel,
Johnny Garcia,
H) Owen Hawkins,
Mario Hineman,
Jose Hernandez,
Gary Hogman,
Thomas Herrera,
Deon Harris,
Rob Hedglen,
John Paul Hester,
Mike Hessock
I) Rudy Ignacio,
Roxane Ireland,
Jeremy Ireland
J) Jowan Jacobs
K) Ruth Kelly,
Fadji Kumapley,
Austin Korhov,
John M. Kostur
L)Forrest Lapp,
Richard Lara,
Cody Larimer,
Brendan Libby,
Mark Lesak,
Scott Lesak,
Miguel A. Lopez,
Michael Langness,
Garrett Lehr
M)Norbert R. Mendiola,
Randy Murillo,
Ryan Meares,
Frank Martinez,
Anita Lee Mann,
Norbert Ryan Mendiola
Christine McDonald,
Edward Monarez,
Anthony Montarvo,
John Martinez,
Kelly Meltebeck,
Ramon Machado,
Donald Moorman,
Emiliano Martinez,
Alejandra Machado,
Salvador Monge,
Scott Montgomery,
Sean Malarchik,
Michael J. Manning
N)Breanna Nevitt
O) Pablo Otero,
P) Christopher Perry,
Carmen Paglio,
Lewis Piper,
Donald Paul
Q) Eduardo Quiroz,
Zach Quintana
R) Antonio Razo,
Tashawnna Reddick,
Felix Rivera,
Andy Rodabaugh,
Brian & Neil Rice,
Jesus Renteria,
Jamey Roy
S) Jeff Scheel,
PJ Spier,
Desmond Slattery,
Richard Souza,
Clifford Souza,
Andres Silva,
Jose Maria Soto,
James Serna,
Brian Stansbury,
Ken Segarra,
Ryan Santos,
Michael Schamach,
Charles Stokes,
Mario Manuel Saenz,
Christopher Alan Stewart
T) Edward Taylor England
James Taylor,
Timothy Tebo,
Darron Timbrook
V) Jose L. Villicana,
Adrian R. Villicana,
Charles Kevin Vance,
Gianne Carlo Vance,
Brandon Van Horn
W) Rex Walters Sr.,
Eric Walter,
Alex Watson,
Mike & Glen Warren,
William Whitley
Y) Vicente Young Jr.,
Georgette Young,
George C. Yakush.
Baptism Requirements
Parents requesting the Sacrament
of Baptism for their children will be
required to:
• Pre-register at the Parish Office
during regular business hours.
• Bring the child’s birth certificate.
• Attend one Preparing for Baptism class with the Godparents.
Classes are offered on the First
Tuesday of every month in English & the last Tuesday of every
month in Spanish. Both classes are held in the Church from
7:00-8:30pm. For more information, please call the Parish
Office at 458-2925.
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