Easter Sunday The Resurrection of the Lord

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
12704 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739-9795
www.sacredheartrc.org (909) 899-1049 + Fax (909) 899-3229
March 27 , 2016
Easter Sunday
The Resurrection
of the Lord
Domingo de Pascua
La Resurrección
del Señor
Rev. Edward J. Molumby, S.T.
Very Rev. Benedict Nwachukwu -Udaku
VF, Pastor, Ext. 132
Email: Fr.Benedict.N@sacredheartrc.org
Rev. Julian Okoroanyanwu
Parochial Vicar, Ext. 141
Email: Fr.Julian.O@sacredheartrc.org
Deacon Ed Clark
Parish Deacon , Ext 286;
Dcn.Ed.C@sacredheartrc.org
Alwyn Anfone
Seminarian, Ext 116
Alwyn.A@sacredheartrc.org
Baptisms/Bautizos
Classes are required for parents and godparents before the Baptism is
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
scheduled. We recommend three months preparation. You may contact
Friday: 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
the Front Office at ext. 113 or ext. 115 or see our website
www.sacredheartrc.com for more information.
(909) 899-1049
Los padres y padrinos deben tomar clases de preparación antes del
For General Information call ext. 113 or 115
bautismo. Se recomienda que tengan tres meses de preparación. Puede
For Emergencies ONLY requiring a priest
comunicarse con la oficina, ext. 113 o ext. 115 o ver nuestra pagina de
during non-office hours call (909) 503-5588.
internet www.Sacredheartrc.org para más información.
Weddings/Bodas
In order to schedule a wedding, a prenuptial meeting with a priest is
MASS SCHEDULE in English
required. One of the parties must be a committed member of Sacred
Mon– Sat: 7:30 AM Wed: 6:15 PM
Heart Parish. To schedule the appointment call extension 133. Minimum
Saturday: 5:00 PM
six months preparation required.
Sunday: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM (w/ American Sign Language),
Para planear una boda, se requiere una junta prenupcial con el
12:30 PM, 5:00 PM
sacerdote. Una persona de la pareja debe ser un miembro de la
parroquia de Sagrado Corazón. Para pedir una cita llame extensión 133.
Preparación de seis meses mínimo es requerida.
Quinceañeras
HORARIO DE MISAS en Español
Para reservar una Quinceañera o para mas información debe asistir a
Martes: 6:15 PM
una reunión informativa en la oficina parroquial a las 10:00 am el ultimo
Domingo: 8:30 am (con Lengua de Signos) y 7:00 PM
domingo de cada mes. Padres y Quinceañera solamente. Se requiere 6
meses de preparación.
Mass Intentions
Anyone may request a Mass intention for a person who is living, a
CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
person who is deceased, members of a given family, a special intention,
Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (English/Spanish)
or a birthday. Mass intentions are filled on a first come first serve basis.
or call ext.133 for an appointment
The offering is $10 per Mass (maximum of four intentions). Must be in
Sábado 3:30 p.m. (Ingles/Español)
person.
o llame x133 para hacer una cita.
Funerals/Funerales
If you would like to make arrangements for a funeral please contact
Holy Hour - Every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come before the parish office x 115
Si desea hacer arreglos para un funeral, por favor póngase en contacto
the Blessed Sacrament, join us to pray for all families, our parish family and
con la oficina parroquial extensión 115.
for vocations.
Hora Santa - Todos los Jueves de 6:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m. Venga ante el
Sacred Heart Parish School
Santísimo Sacramento del Altar, únase a nosotros para pedir por todas las
Grades: K-8th
familias, nuestra familia parroquial y por las vocaciones.
OFFICE HOURS:
Reservation Chapel - with the Blessed Sacrament is open on weekdays
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entrance is on the West side of the building.
La Capilla - del Santísimo Sacramento esta abierta entre semana de 7
a.m. a 5 p.m. La entrada esta al oeste del edificio.
School Info: (909) 899-1049 x400
FAX: (909) 899-0413
School Web Site:
www.shsrcbulldogs.webs.com
Trenna Meins, Principal
Mary Carr, School Secretary
For School Day Care call ext. 407 & 660
Please pray for all unborn babies and their families:
Saturday, March 26 Easter Sunday
8:00pm + Norman Lemelle
r/b Nguyen Family
Simeon Aureus (Birthday)
r/b Paul Aureus
Mel and Perla Intico (Special Intention) r/b Agnes and Mike Rosales
Sunday, March 27 Easter Sunday
7:00am + Adelia Luciano
r/b Kathryn Cramm
+ Consuelo Cuevas
r/b Maria Ibarra
Melissa Taylor (Special Intention) r/b Melissa Taylor
8:30am + Rogelio & Hilaria Perez
r/b Virginia Perez
Gabriel Ramirez (Birthday)
r/b Edubijes Ramirez
Jose Cruz Ramirez (Birthday)
r/b Edubijes Ramirez
9:00am + Edward & Rosa Bennett (Anniv.) r/b Bennett Family
+ James Bennett
r/b Bennett Family
+ Dolores Juarez Islas
r/b Sus Hijos
10:30am + Manuela Torres
r/b Her Daughter
+ Enriqueta Soller (Birthday)
r/b Bueno/Hensley Fam.
+ Tomas Viduya
r/b Calleja Family
11:00am + Albert Golfo
r/b Nilda and Kids
+ Ninita de los Santos
r/b Nilda & Virgilio de los Santos
+ Brent Tapalla
r/b Nilda and Kids
12:30pm + Juan Echiverri Sr.
r/b Rene Echiverri
+ Rosa Gamboa
r/b Marie Soto
+ Alfonso Calotes
r/b Nilda and Kids
Monday, March 28 Monday within the Octave of Easter
7:30am + Roberto Beltran Sr. (Anniv.)
r/b Dineros Family
Tuesday, March 29 Tuesday within the Octave of Easter
7:30am
Tech Sgt. Ronnie Agustin (Birth.) r/b Jeannie Solis
6:15pm + Daniel Quiroz (Anniv.)
r/b Fernando Quiroz
Wednesday, March 30 Wednesday within the Octave of Easter
7:30am
r/b The Family
John Nguyen (Birthday)
6:15pm
r/b Agnes Rosales
Michael Rosales (Birthday)
Thursday, March 31 Thursday within the Octave of Easter
7:30am
r/b Self
Deck Family Intentions
Friday, April 1 Friday within the Octave of Easter
7:30am
Ang Family (Special Intention)
r/b Alex Ang
7:30pm + Dr. Ferdinand Bumagat
r/b Priscilla Torralba
Jocelyn
Bautista
Livelo
r/b Wendy Bautista
+
r/bGatdula Family
+ Lino Phillip Neri III
Saturday, April 2 Saturday within the Octave of Easter
7:30 am + Olivia Esparza
r/b Gonzalez Family
Sunday-March 27, 2016
9:30AM
10:00AM
3:30PM
5:30PM
Sacred Heart Singers
Quinceañera Mtg.
Sunday 5pm Choir Practice
Carlos Ramirez Choir
6:00AM
6:50AM
2:00PM
3:00PM
6:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
AA Meeting
Rosary
Special Event
Divine Mercy
Liturgical Mtg. & Trainings
SPN. Cristo Rey
ACTS Women’s Planning
Horvath
Cardenas
Church
Horvath
Monday-March 28, 2016
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Cardenas
Chapel
Church
JPII
John XXIII
Tuesday-March 29, 2016
6:00AM
6:50AM
8:00AM
3:00PM
5:30PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
7:30PM
AA Meetings
Rosary
Bible Study
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Life Teen Choir Practice
Taller de Oracion y Vida
Encuentro Matrimonial
ACTS Men’s Planning
Matrimonios Sgrd. Crzn.
AA Meeting
Conf Rm
Chapel
JP II
Chapel
Horvath
Con. Rm.
John XXIII
JPII
Chapel
Library
♥ Baby Michael Medrano
♥ Baby Cervantes
Please also pray for women who are considering abortion. That
they come to understand the sanctity of human life. May God
give them the grace and strength to accept the gift He has
given them in the life of their baby.
Please pray for all our sick relatives and friends:
Brigitte Hurley
Matthew Ryan
Guadalupe Franco
Miguel Villanueva
Jorge Zaldivar Serrano
Mariana Serrano
Marie Whittman
Cynthia Covington
Ciara Langil
Bob Reyes
Sara Webster
*Minerva Gaona
*Carlos Lopez
*Jose Manuel Carillo
“It is a good and wholesome thing to pray for the dead” (2 Maccabees 12:45-46)
Walter “Cliff” Owens
Maria De La Cruz Ortega
Alfonso Sanchez
Loretta Singletary
Yolanda Diaz
Livir Garcia
Sebastian Hernandez
Juan Enriquez Barrera
Raul Juvenal Leyva
Gilbert Gonzales
Marta Isela Enriquez
Maurilio Gonzalez
Justina Arellano
Guadalupe Ruiz
Livia Garcia
Lap Nguyen
Kimberly Groth
Cynthia Dacquisto
Estela Barrios
Rusty Stephens
Baby Bautista
Fermina T Lim
+Valentina Vargas
+Dr. Ferdinand Bumagat
+David Joe Aldaco
Please pray for all our relatives and friends
serving in the military:
Joseph Linares (N)
John Portillo (A)
Carissa Deck (AF)
Amy Deck (A)
Kristin Queen (AF)
Addison Queen (AF)
Sean Queen (AF)
Church
Wednesday-March 30, 2016
6:00AM AA Meeting
6:50AM Rosary
9:30AM Oracion y Vida
3:00PM Divine Mercy Chaplet
6:00PM EDGE
7:00PM Cristo Rey
7:30PM Sacred Heart Singers
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Cardenas
Chapel
Horvath
John XXIII
Church
Thursday-March 31, 2016
AA Meeting
Rosary
Divine Mercy
SPN. Wedding Rehearsal
Holy Hour
CMFP Study Group
Bellota Rehearsal
Holy Spirit Prayer Group
Conf. Rm
Chapel
Chapel
Church
Church
Cardenas
Church
Library
Friday –April 1, 2016
6:00AM AA Meeting
6:50AM Rosary
9:00AM 24 Hour Adoration
Richard Reyes
Jimmy Valdivia
Donna Ambos
Joe Quintana
Albert Cruz
Sandra Gonzalez
Adela Quiroz
Join us to pray for all who recently died:
7:45PM J&C Choir Practice
6:00AM
6:50AM
3:00PM
5:00PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
7:30PM
♥ Baby Samad
♥ Baby Blanco
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Chapel
Carlos E Rodriguez (M)
Kevin Chavez (N)
Stephen Abarca (A)
Brianna C Hernandez (A)
Anthony Scheidemantla (A)
Jacob Anthony Quintanilla (A)
Marco A Rivera (A)
Zedrix P Santos (A)
3:00AM Divine Mercy Chaplet
5:00PM Aneles de Maria
7:00PM Estudio Biblico
7:00PM Coro de Carlos Practica
7:00PM ACTS Group Core Mtg.
Chapel
JPII
Library
Conf. Rm.
Cardenas
7:30PM Healing Mass
Church
9:00PM Women’s Fellowship Set up John XXIII
Saturday-April 2, 2016
7:00AM
8:30AM
9:00AM
10:00AM
2:30PM
6:00PM
6:30PM
Women’s Fellowship
Social Justice Meeting
Alter Servers Training
Social Justice Citizen Class
Marriage Enrichment Rn.
“Pinoys Got Talent”
Life Teen Youth Mins.
John XXIII
Cardenas
Chapel
Library
JPII
JPII
Horvath
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Our Site with Fr. Ben / Nuestro Enfoque de la Fe con Fr. Ben
March 27, 2016
THE STORY OF THE EMPTY TOMB
LA HISTORIA DE LA TUMBA VACÍA
“Behold, I will open your graves, and raise you from your graves, O my
people; and I will bring you home into the land of Israel…And I will put
my Spirit within you, and you shall live” (Ezekiel 37: 12-14)
"Yo, Yavé, voy a abrir sus tumbas. Pueblo mío, los haré salir de sus
tumbas y los llevare de nuevo a la tierra de Israel...Infundiré mi Espíritu
en ustedes y volverán a vivir" (Ezequiel 37: 12-14)
Beloved brothers and sisters, in the words of Psalm 118: 24
“Today is the day the Lord has made we rejoice and are glad.” On this
day, all Christians all over the world rejoice because
our Blessed Lord Jesus Christ has victoriously
defeated sin and death through his passion, death and
resurrection. In our spiritual life, we follow the Lord
Jesus to the different spiritual and evangelical
locations that made present his salvific ministry from
the infant narrative to his teaching ministry and from
his passion story to his death on the cross and his
resurrection. At his birth, we embrace the Lord as a
child in the serenity of crib where we, like the three
Wise kings, humble ourselves to adore Him as the
new born King (Matthew 2: 11). In his public
ministry, we follow the Blessed Lord to the
mountains, to the hills, to the seashore, on the road
and at homes where he touched the lives of many, who were spiritually
sick, physically infirmed, economically disadvantaged, and socially
annihilated from their communities and those who needed answers to
their various day to day needs and life challenging problems. In
profound appreciation of the public ministry of Jesus, people remarked:
“He has done all things well: he even makes the deaf hear and the dumb
speak” (Mark 7: 37).
On a similar note, during the Holy Week, Jesus took us to the
upper room (Holy Thursday), to the Cross (Good Friday), and to the
tomb (Easter Vigil and Easter day). The story of the empty tomb
becomes an evangelical setting as we contemplate the glorious Easter
message. In John’s Gospel chapter 20: 1-10, we meditatively read the
story of the empty tomb as experienced by Mary Magdalene, Peter and
John. The story of the empty tomb puts the resurrection into a context
for the early Church and for all Christians as the first apostle Peter later
testified: “God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with
power; how he went about doing good and healing all that were
oppressed by the devil, for God was with him…they put him to death by
hanging him on a tree; but God raised him on the third day and made
him manifest; not to all the people but to us who were chosen, by God
as witnesses, who ate and drank with him after he rose from the dead
(Acts 10: 38-41).
The story of the empty tomb validates the biblical witnesses of
the resurrection and the faith of the Church. It resonates in us what it
means to be followers of Christ. Christ rose from the dead and is calling
us out from the different tombs we have been subjected to by the evil
one who came to kill, to destroy, and to steal (John 10:10). Just as God
promised in the book of prophet Ezekiel, he will open our graves and
raise us from our graves, Jesus is calling us out as a Church to come out
from our graves as he has defeated our ancient enemy the devil. In the
empty tomb and the invitation to rise and embrace a new life, we
reflectively locate the meaning of the Church (the people of God) which
in Greek is ekklesia-which means “a called out assembly or
congregation.” Therefore, it is the Easter event that gives the Church her
true identity and mission.
As we celebrate this victory of Jesus, we are reminded that we
have been called out of darkness and sin. As a “called out assembly,” let
us strive to become the face of our merciful Father (Pope Francis); fill
the lives of people with hope (Bishop Barnes); and be the best version of
ourselves (Matthew Kelly). May we encounter the Risen Lord like
Mary Magdalene and allow him to teach us to ease our fears as the two
disciples on the road to Emmaus. May we allow the Easter joy to
permeate our lives and actions.
Happy Easter my beloved Sacred Heart Family! Alleluia!
Fr.Ben
Queridos hermanos y hermanas, en las palabras del Salmo
118: 24 "Este es el día que ha hecho el Señor: gocemos y alegrémonos
en él." Este día, todos los cristianos del mundo se regocijan porque
Nuestro Santísimo Señor Jesucristo ha vencido
victoriosamente el pecado y la muerte a través de
su pasión, muerte y resurrección. En nuestra vida
espiritual, seguimos al Señor Jesús en sus
diferentes ubicaciones espirituales y evangélicas
que hicieron presentes su ministerio salvífico; de
su niñez a su ministerio de enseñanza, y de la
historia de su pasión a su muerte en la cruz y
resurrección. En su nacimiento, acogemos al
Señor como un niño en la serenidad de la cuna en
donde nosotros, como los Tres Reyes Magos, nos
humillamos para adorarlo como el Rey recién
nacido (Mateo 2:11). En su ministerio público,
seguimos al Santísimo Señor a los montes,
colinas, la playa, los caminos y a las casas donde
tocó las vidas de muchos; enfermos de cuerpo y espíritu, aquellos en
desventaja económica, y socialmente aniquilados por sus comunidades,
y a los que necesitaban respuestas a sus diversas necesidades de la vida
diaria y a los desafiantes problemas de la vida. En profunda apreciación
del ministerio público de Jesús, la gente decía: "Todo lo ha hecho bien;
los sordos oyen y los mudos hablan"(San Marcos 7:37).
De una manera similar, durante esta Semana Santa, Jesús nos
llevó al aposento alto (Jueves Santo), a la Cruz (Viernes Santo)'y a la
tumba (la Vigilia de Pascua y el día de Pascua). La historia de la tumba
vacía se convierte en un escenario evangélico al contemplar el glorioso
mensaje de Pascua. En el Evangelio de San Juan capítulo 20: 1-10,
meditamos sobre la historia de la tumba vacía según lo experimentaron
María Magdalena, Pedro y Juan. La narrativa de la tumba vacía pone la
resurrección en contexto para la Iglesia Antigua y para todos los
cristianos, según declaró después el primer apóstol Pedro: "Dios
consagró a Jesús de Nazaret con el Espíritu Santo, comunicándole su
poder. Este pasó haciendo el bien y sanando a cuantos estaban
dominados por el diablo, porque Dios estaba con él...lo mataron
colgándolo de un madero; pero Dios lo resucitó al tercer día y le
concedió que se dejara ver no por todo el pueblo, sino por los testigos
que Dios había escogido de antemano, por nosotros que comimos y
bebimos con él después que resucitó de entre los muertos" (Hechos de
los Apóstoles 10: 38-41).
La historia de la tumba vacía da validez a los testigos bíblicos
de la resurrección y a la fe de la Iglesia. Nos muestra lo que significa
ser seguidores de Cristo. Cristo resucitó de entre los muertos y nos está
llamando a que salgamos de las distintas tumbas a las que nos ha
sometido el maligno que vino a matar, a destruir y a robar (Juan 10:
10). Tal y como Dios prometió en el libro del profeta Ezequiel, que
abrirá nuestros sepulcros y nos hará subir de nuestras sepulturas, Jesús
nos está llamando, como Iglesia, a que salgamos de nuestras tumbas, ya
que ha vencido a nuestro antiguo enemigo el demonio. En el sepulcro
vacío y la invitación a salir y acoger una nueva vida, ubicamos en
reflexión, el significado de la Iglesia (el pueblo de Dios) que en griego
'ekklesia' significa " una asamblea o congregación que ha sido
llamada." Por lo tanto, es el evento de la Pascua que le da a la Iglesia su
propia identidad y misión.
Al celebrar esta victoria de Jesús, recordamos que hemos sido
sacados de la obscuridad y el pecado. Como una "asamblea que ha sido
llamada," esforcémonos convirtámonos en el rostro de nuestro Padre
misericordioso (Papa Francisco); llenemos de esperanza las vidas de las
personas (Obispo Barnes); y ser nuestra mejor versión (Matthew
Kelly). Podremos encontrarnos al Señor Resucitado como María
Magdalena, y permitamos que nos enseñe y calme nuestros temores
como los dos discípulos en el Camino de Emaús. Permitamos que la
alegría de la Pascua impregne nuestras vidas y acciones.
¡¡¡Feliz Pascua mi querida familia del Sagrado Corazón!!!
¡¡¡Aleluya!!!
Padre Ben
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Easter Sunday
Sacred Heart ‘s
ACTS Ministry
April 7th-April 10th 2016
Cursillo House
1233 Kingsley Ave
Pomona, Ca.
You are invited to spend a spirit –filled weekend intended
to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and bring us to a
closer relationship with our Lord. If you are over the age
of 21isn’t it time to say “ Here I am Lord”?
For more information please contact :
March 27, 2016
PARISH BUSINESS MANAGER POSTION
Sacred Heart Church is looking for an individual to fill the
position of Parish Business Manager. This person will oversee
the physical, financial and personnel resources of the parish.
Following are some of the qualifications required for this
position:
♦ Must be a self-starter; well organized; perform multiple
tasks simultaneously and work with a sense of urgency.
♦ Must have knowledge of accounting principles and
practices.
♦ Must have supervisory experience.
♦ Must have a working knowledge of and a strong
commitment to the mission of the Diocese and Catholic
Church; be in full communion with the Church
♦ Proficiency in computer technology to include wordprocessing, spreadsheets and power point.
Bachelors’ degree in business or public administration or
equivalent experience. 5 years administrative management
experience in a business and financial environment. Proven
success as a first-line manager in a medium to large firm,
Catholic Parish or similar organization .
Those interested in the position should submit their resume with
a cover letter to the parish office or email to
Fr.Benedict.N@sacredheartrc.org.
Carlos (909) 229-6738 or Blanca (626) 482-5477
Please join us on April10th, 17th & April 24th
at 12:30pm
For Sacred Heart’s
Children’s Full Initiation Masses
Come and welcome the Elect to the
Catholic faith.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Parish Office will Be Closed
Easter Monday March 28,2016
Acts 2:14, 22-33; Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-11; Mt 28:8-15
Acts 2:36-41; Ps 33:4-5, 18-20, 22; Jn 20:11-18
Acts 3:1-10; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9; Lk 24:13-35
Acts 3:11-26; Ps 8:2, 5-9; Lk 24:35-48
Acts 4:1-12; Ps 118:1-2, 4, 22-27; Jn 21:1-14
Acts 4:13-21; Ps 118:1, 14-21; Mk 16:9-15
Acts 5:12-16; Ps 118:2-4, 13-15, 22-24; Rv 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19; Jn 20:19-31
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Easter Sunday
March 27, 2016
Divine Mercy Novena Schedule
DAY & TIME
Day 3
March 27, 2016
Easter Sunday 3:00PM
INTENTIONS & SPIRITUAL ACTIVITIES
For all devout and faithful souls.
Chaplet/Prayers
(In Hall, behind the Church)
HOSTING PARISHES
San Secondo D’ Asti
250 N. Turner Avenue
Guasti, 91743
Day 4
March 28, 2016
Easter Monday, 7:00 PM
For those who do not believe in God and those
who do not yet know Him. Narrative, Recitation of
the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, Testimony, and
Confession
St. Peter and St. Paul
9135 Banyan St.
Alta Loma 91737
Day 5
March 29, 2016
Easter Tuesday, 7:00 PM
For the souls of our separated brethren.
Chaplet/Testimony/Talk
(Bi-lingual)
Our Lady of Lourdes
10191 Central Ave.
Montclair, 91763
Day 6
March 30, 2016
Easter Wednesday, 7:00PM
For the meek and humble souls and the souls of
the children.
Holy Mass/Chaplet/Confession
(Bi-lingual)
St. Joseph
877 Campus Avenue
Upland, CA 91768
Day 7
March 31, 2016
Easter Thursday,7:00 PM
For the souls who especially venerate and glorify
Jesus’ mercy.
Holy Mass/Chaplet/Relic of St. Faustina
St. Anthony
2110 N. San Antonio Ave.
Upland, 91784
Day 8
April 1, 2016
Easter Friday, 7:00 PM
For the souls who are detained in purgatory.
Holy Mass/Chaplet/Confession
St. John XXlll
222 East Easton St.
Rialto, 92376
Day 9
April 2 ,2016
Easter Saturday
3:30 PM Confession
5:00 PM Holy Mass
Feast of Mercy
April 3, 2016
Divine Mercy Sunday12:30 PM
For the souls who have become lukewarm.
Confession/Vigil Mass in the Church/Chaplet & Talk
in Hall
St. Paul the Apostle
14085 Peyton Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709
For the Universal Church
Holy Mass presided by Bishop Rutilio/ Exposition of
the Blessed Sacrament/ Eucharistic Procession/
Benediction
(Bi-lingual)
Sacred Heart
12704 Foothill Blvd.
Rancho Cucamonga 91739
All are invited to join and
participate at the 7:30AM
woman's mass celebration.
Saturday April 2nd
Following mass , JOIN US, in St. John XXIII hall for
light refreshments & fellowship.
African Descent Ministry
invites our Sacred Heart family to a
Mother’s Day Dinner &
Dance Fundraiser
(All proceeds will go to the church)
May 7th from 6:00pm-9:30pm in the JPII hall
Tickets are $20 on sale now in the parish office.
Please contact Betty at (909) 730-3988 or
Stella (909)695-9544
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Youth & Young Adult Ministry
March 27, 2016
Con 1A
April 4
Next Life Night:
“The Battlefield”
Con 2
April 6
Sat. April 2nd 5-8p
Comm Prep
April 7
Con 1B
April 11
Announcements!
Next Edge Night:
“Marry Me”
Wed. Mar. 30th 6-8p
+ Teens, if you have missed more than ONE class,
you will have to attend Bible Study on Tuesdays to make up each
absence.
+ Confirmation 2 Sponsor and
Candidate Retreat will be on April 9th, 11:00
-3:00PM
*FIRST HOLY COMMUNION WILL BE ON SATURDAY, MAY 7TH*
**THE RITE OF
CONFIRMATION WILL BE ON
FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD**
BIBLE STUDY
EVERY TUESDAY
3:30-4:30 pm
IN HORVATH
YOUTH CENTER
YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday 1-5pm
Melissa Taylor: Youth Minister
Melissa. T@sacredheartrc.org
909-803-1421
Andre Dineros: YM. Admin. Assistant
Andre. D@sacredheartrc.org
909-803-1422
Chika Anyanwu: Confirmation Coordinator
Chika.A@sacredheartrc.org
909-803-1423
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Easter Sunday
March 27, 2016
L a Oficina Parroquial estará
CERRADA
Lunes de Pascua
Marzo 28, 2016
CADA VIERNES A LAS 7:OO PM
Biblioteca del centro ministerio
Acompañen nos todos los jueves para
la Hora Santa empezando a las
6:30pm.
Misas de Iniciación
para niños del Sagrado Corazón
Acompáñenos a dar la bienvenida a los nuevos
elegidos a la Fe Católica
los días 10, 17 y 24 de Abril a las
12:30 PM.
Ángeles De Maria
Los invitan a la Coronación de la reina Cindy y las
princesas Amy y Heidi. Para su participación en el
ministerio.
El 1 de abril
A las 6pm en el Salón Juan Pablo II
Para mas información llamen a Esther
(909) 544-6399
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Domingo:
Hch 2:14, 22-33; Sal 16 (15):1-2, 5, 7-11; Mt 28:8-15
Hch 2:36-41; Sal 33 (32):4-5, 18-20, 22; Jn 20:11-18
Hch 3:1-10; Sal 105 (104):1-4, 6-9; Lc 24:13-35
Hch 3:11-26; Sal 8:2, 5-9; Lc 24:35-48
Hch 4:1-12; Sal 118 (117):1-2, 4, 22-27; Jn 21:1-14
Hch 4:13-21; Sal 118 (117):1, 14-21; Mc 16:9-15
Hch 5:12-16; Sal 118 (117):2-4, 13-15, 22-24; Ap 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19; Jn 20:19-31
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Easter Sunday
March 27, 2016
Love to help?
Our Religious
Ed office is looking for volunteers.
If interested please stop by our
office to get more informa on.
REMINDER
There will be no Religious Ed from
March 28-April 1st. Classes will
resume Monday April 4th. Have a
wonderful Easter break.
Religious Ed Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday 9am-5pm
Sacred Heart Parish School
March 27
March 28-April 3
School will resume Apr.4th
Easter Sunday
Easter Break
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Easter Sunday
March 27, 2016
This Jubilee Year of Mercy, Sacred Heart Family is coming together to perform the Corporal Works of Mercy
and to live life as Jesus has taught us. Throughout this year we pray that we will be able to fill our hearts with
the joy of helping and loving one another.
To help clothe the naked and feed the hungry within our local community, we will be scheduling time in the
soup kitchen and collecting clothes for Mary’s Mercy Center in San Bernardino. To help shelter the homeless
we will be working alongside St. Anthony’s Transition to Home Ministry and assisting the homeless transition
from living on the streets to an apartment. We will help furnish the apartment and provide moving labor and
the vehicles for the move-in. We will continue our outreach ministries of collecting clothes to clothe the naked
of our Mecca, Tijuana & Nogales communities. We are very excited that these opportunities are at our
fingertips and we pray that we can all come together as the Sacred Heart Family that we are.
Stay connected with us through our Year of Mercy page on our website or through our Year of Mercy widget
on our App. We will be posting how you can help!
Este jubileo de la Misericordia, la familia de Sagrado Corazón se esta uniendo para participar en las obras
corporales de la Misericordia para vivir una vida como Jesús nos a enseñado. Le oramos a Dios que se nos
pueda llenar el corazón con gozo por ayudar y amar a uno a otro.
Para vestir al desnudo y dar de comer al hambriento dentro nuestra comunidad local estaremos ayudando en la
cocina y colectando ropa para los necesitados de Mary’s Mercy Center en San Bernardino. Para posar al
necesitado estaremos trabajando con el ministerio de St. Anthony en Upland, Transition to Home para facilitar
la transición de vivir en la calle a un apartamento. Ayudaremos en donar muebles para el apartamento, el
labor de mudar y los vehículos para la movida. Seguiremos también colectando ropa para nuestra
comunidades de Mecca, Tijuana y Nogales.
Les pedimos que se mantengan en comunicaciones con nosotros para como pueden ayudar vía nuestra Year of
Mercy pagina en nuestra pagina web o por nuestro app.
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Diocesan Events / Eventos Diocesanos
Proceeds support Catholic Charities HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION
PROGRAM. Services provided to prevent homelessness or assist those
currently homeless often include: casework and advocacy, rental
assistance, motel vouchers, hygiene kits, groceries, clothing, medical care,
utilities assistance and transportation. Let’s Dance 2016 will help raise
awareness and funds for these vital programs.
Buy your tickets at www.sccsbriv.org , go to “Events”. You will see the
Events page for Let’s Dance 2016 to purchase one ticket for $50 or two
for $90. Food served and no host bar.
Dress in your favorite 60’s, 70’s or 80’s fashion (optional).
Date/Time: Friday, April 29, 2016 7pm7pm-midnight
Location: Chaffey College Chino Community Center—
Center—5890 College Park
Ave., Chino CA 91710
March 27, 2016
Seminary Open House
Saturday April 9th
1-4pm
At St. John’s Seminary
5012 Seminary Road
Camarillo Ca 93012
Please join us in caring for those in need in our dioceses. This is a perfect
opportunity while we focus on the Year of Mercy.
For Information please contact Kelly Schlegal, Lead of Catholic
Charities West End, at 909909-896896-6351 or via email at
wkschlegal@mac.com
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Annual Card Party & Luncheon
Saturday: April 2,2016
Time: 11:30am
Where: St. Anthony’s
2110 N. San Antonio Ave.
Upland, Ca 91784
Tickets: $15.00 per person
Porceeds go to our Court’s Scholarship Program
R.S.V.P. Please –No tickets will be sold at the door.
You are invited to our next Restoring Me
Healing Retreat
For Adult Survivors of Abuse
Healing through the gift of Faith
Saturday, April 2, 2016
At Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral
2525 N. Arrowhead Ave. San Bernardino,
CA 92405
From 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(Registration: 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.)
Diocese of San Bernardino - 1201 E. Highland Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92404
To RSVP or for more information please
call (909) 475-5129
Or email esamaniego@sbdiocese.org
Donation: $15
(Includes continental breakfast, lunch, and
materials)
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Gratitude Page
March 27, 2016
Social
Ministerio
Justice
Justicia
Ministry
Social
Sacred Heart Parish appreciates the work that the Ministry of Social Justice is doing. Last Saturday, 12
participants finished the first cycle of the citizenship classes. More than 30 people benefited from this
program. The new cycle of classes will begin on April 2nd . In February, the Ministry of Social Justice
organized the citizenship workshop series where they helped 50 new prospects towards citizenship by
processing their application for free. Sacred Heart is transforming lives through its Ministry of Social
Justice and through the work of its coordinator Sandra Gonzalez and her tireless team of collaborators.
Thank you.
La Parroquia del Sagrado Corazón agradece el trabajo que el Ministerio de Justicia Social está haciendo. El pasado
Sábado, 12 participantes finalizaron el primer ciclo de clases de ciudadanía, donde más de 30 personas se beneficiaron
de este programa. El nuevo ciclo de clases empezará el 2 de Abril. También en el pasado mes de Febrero el Ministerio de
Justicia Social organizó el taller de ciudadanía, donde se le ayudó a 50 nuevos prospectos a ciudadanos a tramitar su
solicitud gratuitamente. La Parroquia del Sagrado Corazón está transformando vidas a través de su Ministerio de Justicia
Social, gracias al trabajo de su coordinadora Sandra González y a su incansable equipo de colaboradores. Gracias.
PA R I S H S T A F F
“Ser ving God through Ser ving Others”
ADMINISTRATIVE
Debbie Fanzo, Director of Community Life
ext. 111
e-mail: Debbie.F@sacredheartrc.org
Rosa Talamantes, Dir. of Hispanic Ministry & Multi-Cultural Cord. ext. 145
e-mail: Rosa.T@sacredheartrc.org
Blanca Marrufo, Adm. Assistant to the Pastor
ext. 133
e-mail: Blanca.M@sacredheartrc.org
Vivian Huizar, Office Assistant/Sacramental Records
ext. 113
e-mail: Vivian.H@sacredheartrc.org
Gladys Giron, Office Assistant/Bulletin Editor
ext. 115
e-mail: Gladys.G@sacredheartrc.org
Aileen Arrezola, Bookkeeper
ext. 114
e-mail: Aileen.A@sacredheartrc.org
Judith Minjarez, Office Assistant
ext. 115
e-mail: Judith.M@sacredheartrc.org
LITURGICAL
Mary Dias, Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries
ext. 701
e-mail: Mary.D@sacredheartrc.org
Thomas Haynes, Audio Visual Coordinator
ext. 252
e-mail: Thomas.H@sacredheartrc.org
Regina Eskridge, Liturgy Ast./Cord. of Neighborhood Comm. ext. 131
Regina.E@sacredheartrc.org
FAITH FORMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY
Cecilia Fornelli, CCM
e-mail: Cecilia.F@sacredheartrc.org
Maria Trujillo, RE Administrative Assistant
e-mail: Maria.T@sacredheartrc.org
Monica Hernandez, RE Administrative Assistant
E-mail: Monica.H@sacredheartrc.org
Melissa Taylor, Youth Minister
e-mail: Melissa.T@sacredheartrc.org
Chika Anyanwu, Coordinator of Confirmation and Young Adults
e-mail: Chika.A@sacredheartrc.org
Andre Dineros, Y/M Administrative Assistant
e-mail: Andre.D@sacredheartrc.org
FACILITIES
Carlos Sanchez, Facility Manager
e-mail: Carlos.S@sacredheartrc.org
Salvador Marquez, Lawn Care
Maria Mejia, Rectory Housekeeper/Cook
Francisco Valenzuela, Maintenance
ext. 150
ext. 152
ext.151
ext. 121
ext. 123
ext. 122
ext. 552
ext. 118
ext. 115
ext. 118
PARISH MINISTRIES (Telephone or Extension)
ACTS
Martin Vargas
(909)239-5634
Adoration
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
African Descent Ministry
Philomina Nwarueze
(909)743-9419
Altar Linens
Judy Oziminski
(909)484-7350
Altar Server
Rene Echiverri
(909)904-1611
Arts / Environment
Veronica Assal
(909)899-1049
Audio / Visual
Thomas Haynes
Children’s Liturgy
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Children’s Performing Arts Teresa Ortega
(714)883-5177
Church Cleaning
Alejandro & Ana Castro
(909)519-7663
Coffee & Donut Ministry
Mary Orduño
(909)561-2950
ext. 244
Communion to Homebound Eric Batoon email: evbjrw@hotmail
Chito Peralta 909-615-1533/Heidi Molina 909-576-6267
Cursillos In Christianity
Divine Mercy Ministry Kathyrn Cramm (909)477-9338 /Anne Magodoro (909)518-7637
Divorce/Separated Support Ministry Julia Raymond
(909)945-9233
EDGE (Middle School)
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Faith on Fire
Leona O’Brien
(909) 232-6851
Festival Chairman
Joe Kuskie
ext. # 291
Filipino Ministry
Jojo Lazo
(937)701-7472
Finance Council
Tony Morales
(909)528-3259
Food Pantry
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Guadalupano’s (bilingual)
Rod Morales
(909)489-3933
Grief Ministry
Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Health Ministry
Rose Morales
(626)216-3496
Jail Ministry
Greg Estrella
greg.estrella@baesystems.com
Knights of Columbus
Jim Hernandez
(951)897-9973
Lectors
Robert Covington
(909)350-3277
LifeTeen (High School)
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Light of Jesus Family Ministry Lester Pasimio
(626)643-0012
Little Lambs
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. # 150
Lumen Christi Young Adults Chika Anyanwu
(909)803-1423
Marriage Encounter
Peddy & Linda Ascio
(909)730-1524
Marriage Enrichment
Shawn & Bern Judson
(909)463-9689
Marriage Preparation
Paul & Nancy Camarillo
(909)239-7095
(909)472-8682
Mary’s Hands Circle (Crafting Ministry) Gina Kunakorn
Men’s Fellowship
Alex Alexander
(909)697-5834
Multi Cultural Fellowship
Carmela Giliberto
(909)256-9675
Music
Jowie Witongco, Raul Cancio, Marlene Scarlett, Matthew Braun
Parent Life
John Paul Dizon
909-565-2727
Parish School Board
Teddy Rawson
(909)899-1049
Pastoral Council
Dave Hutson
(909) 823-0146
Prayer Group– Holy Spirit
Linda Elliott
(909)880-8885
Purgatorial Prayer Ministry
Alicia Santacruz
(909)578-7658
Respect Life
Gracie Vargas
(909) 238-6399
RCIA (English)
Mary Ann Andel
(909)987-9312
Security Ministry
Tim Wyant
(909)899-1049
Senior Ministry
Julia Raymond
(909)945-9233
Stewardship Committee
Michael Rios
(909)899-1049
Tribunal Advocates
Dcn. Ed Clark
ext. 286
Ushers / Greeters
Andy Morales
(909)600-9593
MINISTERIOS PARROQUIALES
Women’s Fellowship
Ve’Lores Thomspon
(909)463-6204
Adoración de 24 Horas
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
Ángeles de María (Las Niñas)
Esther Velásquez
(909)941-0739
Despensa de Comida
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Duelo - Ministerio
Teresa Jimenez (Interim) (909)899-1049
Educación Religiosa y RICA
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Encuentro Matrimonial
Jesus y Livier Garcia
(909)899-6000
Estudio Bíblico
Joseph Moctezuma
(909)282-2142
Eucaristía - Ministros
Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Grupo de Oración-Cristo Rey
David Arias
(951)217-2675
Justicia Social
Sandra Gonzalez
(909)921-3163
Lectores
Luis Torres
(909)854-6670
Matrimonios del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús y María
Jason y Lorena Tinoco
(909)957-2153
Ministerio de Comunión a los Enfermos Patricia Hassin
(909)232-0041
Monaguillos
Nidia Vargas
(559)331-5173
Movimiento Familiar
Guillermo y Carmen Navarro (909)463-6372
Música
Joaquín Vázquez, Carlos Urrutia, José Ramírez, y Carlos Ramírez
Planificación Natural de la Familia Gerardo y Lupe Valvaneda
(909)899-3955
Preparación Bautismal/Quinceañeras Rosa Talamantes
ext. 145
Preparación Matrimonial
Francisco & Vicki Bellota
ext. 282
Respeto a la Vida
Mirza Andrade
(909)641-3675