St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church June 26th

St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church
June 26th
“Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time”
While journeying to Jerusalem, Jesus speaks of the costs of discipleship (Luke 9:51-62).
Email: stcath@scachurch.or g
Web: stcather ineofalexandr ia.net
Facebook: St Cather ine Of Alexandr ia Catholic Church
Twitter @StCathOfTem
Tel. 951-676-4403 Fax. 951-695-6659
41875 “C” Street, Temecula, CA 92592
We will have a 9:00 am Mass on Monday, July 4th.
Please mark your calendars and plan on attending.
Parish Information
Pastoral Associate
Director Of Liturgy
& Catechetical Ministries
Pastoral Council
Finance Council
Ministry Council
Business Manager
Office Manager
Sacramental Life Ministries
Deacon Pat Necerato
676-4403
Yolanda Ortiz
Renee Micallef
Jeff Irwin
Ernie Cruz
Emmy Lontoc
676-4403
676-4403
676-4403
676-4403
676-4403
695-6658
Sharla Ortiz
676-4403
John Lawson
Terry Antuzzi
870-9990
676-7318
deaconpatnecerato@gmail.com
Yolanda@scachurch.org
emmy@scachurch.org
sharla@scachurch.org
Bulletin & Web Editor
Parish Librarian
Ministerios En Espanol
Directora De Edu.
Maria Barth
587-0023
maria@scachurch.org
Eucharestia
Maria Altamirano
676-5747
Bautizos
Maria Barth
587-0023
Lectores
Amado Garcia
696-2706
Movimiento Fam.
Fernando Martinez
760-8726
Caritas Casesoramiento
909-763-4970 #449
Unicion De Los Enfermos Maria Barth
587-0023
Grupo De Jovenes
Maria Barth
587-0023
Grupo Juvenil
Tony Carbajal
961-9312
Grupo De Oracion
Maria Espinoza
234-2037
Faith Formation
Director of Youth Min.
Confirmation/Youth
Religious Edu. Admin.
Grades K-5 Cord.
Eugene Eble
Eugene Eble
Mary Hitzeman
Letha Heylmun
694-8614
694-8614
693-2146
695-6656
R.C.I.C. for Children
Little Church/VBS
Letha Heylmun
Allison Willits
695-6656
714-244-6315
letha@scachurch.org
Adult Faith Formation
R.C.I.A
Journey of Faith
Susan Cline
Frank Dagonese
295-5971
514-6872
Liturgical / Worship Ministries
Altar Servers
Sharla Ortiz
676-4403
Holy Communion
Karen Ritchie
906-2279
Greeters
Mary Kleinvachter
551-4813
Lectors
Ernie Cruz
972-4336
Ushers
Oscar Talosig
252-4780
Art & Environment/Banners Fernando & Sonia Martinez
Art & Environment/Decorations Jill Gonzalez
471-2692
Music
Nancy Marshall
285-5233
Music
7:25 am Daily 8:00 am Sun. Nancy Marshall
5:00 pm Sat.
Danielle Ellingson
7:00 pm Sat. & 2:00 pm Sun. Rudy Vegara
10:00 am
Andy Santos
12:00 Noon & Children's Choir JR Santos
6:00 pm Youth Mass
Mike & Debbie Sierras
285-5233
676-4403
775-1969
691-2267
677-3075
676-6036
Infant Baptism
Confirmation/Adults
Holy Communion/Sick
Resurrection Ministry
Wedding/Convalidation
Vocation Director
Marriage Encounter
Funerals
Family Healing
Julie Sprengelmeyer
Anthony Karganilla
Frank Dagonese
Rita Hernandez
Mia Barth
Frank Dagonese
John & Raquel
Mia Barth
Leng Gonzales
676-4403
506-6653
514-6872
676-5655
693-2144
514-6872
699-6750
693-2144
676-1219
(Service to the Divorced and Couples with Impediments to Receive Sacraments)
parishionersnetwork@scachurch.org
Deacons
Dennis Malkowski
Efren Ramirez
Armando Servin
302-3140
225-6240
201-8348
Christian Life Ministries
Filipino Ministry
Healing Ministry
Knights of Columbus
Christian Life Ministries
Bereavement Ministry
Women’s Guild
Dance Ministry Zumba
Bong V. Aragon
George Montano
Jim Pupura
Paul Watkins
Rita Hernandez
Bea Galindo
Bettina Alcantara
Events Coordinator
Jill Gonzales
858-353-0640
522-9072
587-0862
302-5326
676-5655
695-1546
719-6863
scadancebettina@gmail.com
471-2692
Outreach Programs
Birth Choice
St. Vincent De Paul
Catholic Charities
Crisis Pregnancy
Help/Food Pantry
296-3441
587-6752
924-9964
On behalf of Fr. Anthony, the staff and ministry
members, and our en re parish community, we
Welcome Fr. Jose Jamarillo as our new Parochial Vicar. We thank him
for his desire to serve our community and look forward to his arrival.
Please join us in welcoming him when he arrives July 1st.
If your group or ministry has an announcement to be placed in our bulle n
announced at Mass please submit your requests to Sharla Or z a minimum of 3
weeks prior to publica on or announcement for approval. Thank you.
Sharla Or z
sharla@scachurch.org
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If you have a serious illness, are facing hospitaliza on and/or surgery, you
should arrange to receive the Sacrament of the Anoin ng of the Sick.
The Anoin ng is offered every Friday at the 7:25 am mass upon request. If
you or your family member is unable to a end mass Father will come to
your home. Please contact the parish office to allow me or proper
prepara on. Thank you.
Mark Your Calendar
Office Hours
8:00 am ‐ 4:00 pm
Reconcilia on Service‐ Saturday, July 2nd 8:00 AM
Infant Bap sm Informa on Mee ng, July 2nd
at 9:30am in Room L‐4
Reconcilia on Service‐ Wednesday, July 6th 7:00 PM
New Parishioner Mee ng July 19th at 6:15 pm Spanish and
7:00 pm English in the Parish Social Hall
Mass Intentions
Please pray for the ill and hospitalized members of our
Parish, their families & caregivers. “Please remember our
Elderly and Homebound as well”. Please contact Irene
Roney at 951-304-2474 if you wish to have a name added
or removed to this list.
Date
Hour
June 27th
Monday
Father’s
7:25 am
Isabell Vargas
Gabriella Stumetz
Jim McCarthy
Patricia Pedersen
Emmanuel Lopez
Francisca Soto
Marc Wright
Mary McClintock
Stacy Gibbons
June 28th
Tuesday
Juanita Tarango
Paul Fitzpatrick
Mary Anne Hague
Father’s
7:25 am
Bobbi Martinez
Irene Marin
Ascencion Marin
Colleen Dalton
Caroline Halter
Anne Burke
June 29th
Wednesday
Father’s
7:25 am
June 30th
Thursday
Father’s
7:25 am
July 1st
Friday
Kenneth Welte
7:25 am
July 2nd
Saturday
Mary Jane Gonzales
5:00 pm
Bob & Nancy Yukhanna
7:00 pm
July 3rd
Sunday
Severo Andal Lontoc
8:00 am
Bonaventura Kealoha
10:00 am
Harold George
12:00 pm
Intentions of Parishioners
Movimiento Familiar
2:00 pm
Ann Marie Savant
6:00 pm
WE WELCOME NEW
PARISHIONERS TO OUR
PARISH FAMILY NEW
PARISHIONER ORIENTATION
If you are interested in joining Saint Catherine of
Alexandria Catholic Church please make plans to
join us at our next New Parishioner Orientation
scheduled for the following date and times: July19th,
2016 at 6:15 PM Spanish, Parish Social Hall July
19th, 2016 at 7:00 PM English Parish Social Hall
This is an information meeting lasting about 30
minutes and we are committed to serving the needs of
all those who show interest in joining our Parish. If
you have any questions please contact the Parish
Office at 951 676-4403.
Blessings, Dcn. Pat Necerato, Pastoral Associate
St. Catherine Of Alexandria
ST. CATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA
SUNDAY COLLECTION
3rd Sunday of June 2016
MASS TIME
5PM
7PM
8AM
10AM
12PM
2PM
6PM
TOTALS
LAST YEAR
Difference
PLATE
$ 615.00
$
244.00
$ 765.00
$ 1,286.00
$ 911.00
$ 577.00
$ 663.00
$ 5,061.00
$ 5,135.00
$ (74.00)
REGULAR- TOTAL PER
ENVELOPES
MASS
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,756.00
310.00
2,977.00
1,532.00
1,388.00
439.00
1,450.00
10,852.00
10,083.00
769.64
$ 3,371.00
$
554.00
$ 3,742.00
$ 2,818.00
$ 2,299.00
$ 1,016.00
$ 2,114.00
$ 15,914.00
$ 15,218.00
$
695.00
2016 DDF Assessments:
Diocese Goal:
$114,200
Parish Goal:
$200,000
Total
$314,200
Received to Date
$65,837
Pledge to Date
$76,090
# of Donors
812
20.69% Percent to Date
K-5, Middle School, High School, Young Adults, and Family Catechesis Information
K-12 Faith Formation Registration
Monday, June 20th – 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Tuesday, June 21st – 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Wednesday, June 22nd – 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Thursday, June 23rd – 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Friday, June 24th - 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
(William Sheridan Building Room L-4)
Faith Formation Forms available at: www.stcatherineofalexandria.net
Catechesis: Handing
on the Faith
YOUTH MASS!!!
Join us
Sunday’s @ 6:00 PM
“While not being formally
identified with them,
catechesis is built on a
certain number of elements
of the Church’s pastoral
mission which have a
catechetical aspect, that
prepare for catechesis, or
spring from it. They are: the
initial proclamation of the
Gospel or missionary
preaching to arouse faith;
examination of the reasons
for belief; experience of
Christian living; celebration
of the sacraments;
integration into the
ecclesical community; and
apostolic and missionary
witness.”
CCC article 6
Diócesis de San Bernardino
Oficina del Obispo
Hermanos y hermanas en Cristo,
Con gran tristeza y desesperación reflexionamos hoy en la trágica pérdida de vidas que ocurrió la madrugada del
domingo en Orlando, Florida, a manos de un asesino agresor violento. Por favor, oren por el descanso eterno de los
que perdieron sus vidas en esta tragedia, por el consuelo, la sanación de sus seres queridos y también los que fueron
heridos en el ataque. Ponemos nuestro dolor ante Dios y unimos nuestro sufrimiento con el Señor Jesús, que
derramó su sangre por nosotros en la cruz. Para aquellos de nosotros en San Bernardino esto es especialmente
doloroso porque también experimentamos el trauma de un acto de violencia pública en nuestra comunidad no hace
mucho tiempo, en el Inland Regional Center. En ese sentido, ofrecemos nuestras oraciones y nuestras lágrimas en
solidaridad con las víctimas de este ataque, sus seres queridos, la Diócesis de Orlando y la Ciudad. Debido a las
circunstancias de este ataque, también dejamos en claro nuestra condena a la violencia discriminatoria contra los
que son homosexuales y lesbianas, y ofrecemos nuestras oraciones a la comunidad. Creemos en la dignidad y el
valor de cada vida humana y condenamos todos los ataques contra esa dignidad que ocurre con actos de odio y
violencia. Mientras discernimos nuestra respuesta como católicos a este ataque, decidamos ser una voz
inquebrantable de paz y no violencia en todos los ámbitos de nuestra sociedad. El mal que está presente en estos
eventos exige nada menos de nosotros.
En Cristo,
Reverendísimo Gerald R. Barnes
Diocese of San Bernardino
Office of the Bishop
Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Today, we are reflec ng with great sadness and despair on the tragic loss of life that occurred early Sunday
morning in Orlando, Florida at the hands of a violent a acker. Please pray for the eternal rest of those who lost
their lives in this tragedy and for the consola on and healing of their loved ones and also those injured in the
a ack. We place our pain before God and we unite our suffering with the Lord Jesus who shed his blood for us on
the cross.
For those of us in San Bernardino this is especially painful because we also experienced the trauma of an act of
public violence in our community not so long ago, at the Inland Regional Center. In that sense, we offer our
prayers and our tears in solidarity with the vic ms of this a ack, their loved ones, the Diocese of Orlando and the
City, itself. Because of the circumstances of this a ack, we also make clear our condemna on of discriminatory
violence against those who are gay and lesbian, and we offer our prayers to that community.
We believe in the dignity and worth of every human life and we decry every a ack on that dignity that happens in
acts of hatred and violence. As we discern our response to this a ack as Catholics, let us resolve ourselves to be
an unrelen ng voice for peace and non‐violence in every realm of our society. The evil that is present in these
events demands nothing less from us.
In Christ,
Most Reverend Gerald R. Barnes
Youth Appreciation Event
Sponsors: Thank you!!
Bea Galindo
Women’s Guild
St. Vincent De Paul
Filipino Ministry
Movimiento Familiar Chris ano
Knights of Columbus
Master of Ceremonies Ministry
The MC is responsible for the proper conduct and
flow of the liturgy, ensuring that each minister is
where he or she needs to be, and that each element
of the liturgy happens smoothly and without
distracting or disruptive pauses or confusions. As an
MC you will become familiar with all the details and
rubrics of the Mass and the full range of rites and
celebrations. To be an MC, you should be well
organized and have the ability to work with other liturgical ministers before, during,
and after the liturgy. As an MC you have a deep faith in Jesus Christ, a love for the
Mass and the Eucharist. If you feel that you might be called to this ministry,
please call
Bob Applegate at 951-375-9442.
Thank you and God Bless
Deployed Military
Lt.
Daniel Slater
Tech Sgt. Paul M. Lamelin
US Navy West Pac
SSGT
Kyle Banogon
USAF
Alaska
USAF
CPL
Dominique M Lamelin
USMC
Kuwait
Pusan Korea
Society of Saint Vincent DePaul is seeking volunteers with the availability of a truck to pick up
food during the morning hours from local grocery stores. Help feed our brothers and sisters in
need.
Please email Rey Felix at rvfelix1951@verizon.net
SVdP Driver Coordinator
Usher Ministry
At the present time, we are in need of Ushers for all of our Masses. You will be
welcoming people to worship, tending their needs, helping them find a place,
gathering their gifts during the collection, and bidding them farewell when the
Mass concludes. By nature, you are a person who wants to help. You have a
deep faith in Christ, a love for the Mass, and a place in a community. Your desire to serve will help the faithful worship when they arrive at Church. If you feel
that you might be called to this ministry please call Yolanda Ortiz, her information is in the bulletin.
Thank you and God Bless.
St. Catherine of Alexandria
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be
comforted”
Matt.5:4
The Bereavement Ministry seeks to support our brothers and
sisters during their time of loss. Death and its accompanying grief
is a process of highs and lows. Through prayer and the presence of
Christ, who fortifies us with his strength and love, we endeavor to
be a source of comfort. You are invited to join this ministry. For
information, contact Rita (951) 676-5655 or Bonnie (951) 548-8691.
Please, save the date and plan to join our Most Reverend Gerald R. Barnes in recognizing the good work our
healthcare Professionals do for all of us. Sunday, October 30, 2016 at Christ the Redeemer Parish, Grand Terrace (12745 Oriole Avenue Grand Terrace, CA 92313). Mass will begin at 3 pm and a reception to follow at
the parish hall. Please RSVP before October 30th, 2016, to Claudia Aguayo at 909-475-5476 or
caguayo@sbdiocese.org
Por favor acompafienos y acompafie a nuestro querido Muy Reverendo Obispo Gerald R. Barnes a reconocer
el buen trabajo que nuestros profesionales de la salud hacen para todos nosotros. Domingo, 30 de Octubre del
2016 en la parroquia de Cristo Redentor, Grand Terrace (12745 Oriole Avenue Grand Terrace, CA 92313). La
misa comenzara a las 3 pm. Habra una recepci6n despues de la misa en el salon parroquial. Por favor confirme
su asistencia antes del 9 de Octubre del 2016 con Claudia Aguayo al 909-475-5476 o por correo electr6nico al
caguayo@sbdiocese.org
Dear Friends of SVdP,
SVdP , St. Catherine of Alexandria Conference is changing the
clothing Ministry distribution. We are working with those in
need of clothing individually. We will no longer have weekly
distribution of clothing for all and cannot accept clothing
donations.
Please take your clothing donations to the
Assistance League
28720 Via Montezuma
Temecula, CA 92590
Thank you for your continued support of our brothers and sisters in need.
We continue to have food distribution every Friday and food donations are still needed.
God Bless,
Bonnie Wilson, President SVdP
951 587-6752
Today’s Readings
First Reading — The L
tells Elijah to anoint Elisha as prophet to succeed him (1 Kings 19:16b, 1921).
Psalm — You are my inheritance, O Lord (Psalm 16).
Second Reading — Use your freedom in Christ to serve one another through love (Galatians 5:1, 13-18).
Gospel — While journeying to Jerusalem, Jesus speaks of the costs of discipleship (Luke 9:51-62).
Lecturas De Hoy
Primera lectura — El Señor le dice a Elías que unja a Eliseo como profeta para ser su sucesor
(1 Reyes 19:16b, 19-21).
Salmo — Enséñanos, Señor, el camino de la vida (Salmo16 [15]).
Segunda lectura — Usa tu libertad en Cristo para servirse unos a otros mediante el amor (Gálatas 5:1, 13-18).
Evangelio — Mientras viajaban a Jerusalén, Jesús reprocha a los discípulos que querían que bajara fuego
del cielo sobre una aldea samaritana (Lucas 9:51-62).
Readings for the Week
Monday:
Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Ps 50:16bc-23; Mt 8:18-22
Tuesday:
Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12; Ps 5:4b-8; Mt 8:23-27
Wednesday: Vigil: Acts 3:1-10; Ps 19:2-5; Gal 1:11-20; Jn 21:15-19
Day: Acts 12:1-11; Ps 34:2-9; 2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18; Mt 16:13-19
Thursday: Am 7:10-17; Ps 19:8-11; Mt 9:1-8
Friday:
Am 8:4-6, 9-12; Ps 119:2, 10, 20, 30, 40, 131; Mt 9:9-13
Saturday: Am 9:11-15; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14; Mt 9:14-17
Sunday:
Is 66:10-14c; Ps 66:1-7, 16, 20; Gal 6:14-18; Lk 10:1-12, 17-20 [1-9]
Lecturas De La Semana
Lunes:
Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Sal 50 (49):16bc-23; Mt 8:18-22
Martes: Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12; Sal 5:4b-8; Mt 8:23-27
Miércoles: Vigilia: Hch 3:1-10; Sal 19 (18):2-5; Gal 1:11-20; Jn 21:15-19
Día: Acts 12:1-11; Ps 34 (33):2-9; 2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18; Mt 16:13-19
Jueves:
Am 7:10-17; Sal 19 (18):8-11; Mt 9:1-8
Viernes: Am 8:4-6, 9-12; Sal 119 (118):2, 10, 20, 30, 40, 131; Mt 9:9-13
Sábado: Am 9:11-15; Sal 85 (84):9ab, 10-14; Mt 9:14-17
Domingo: Is 66:10-14c; Sal 66 (65):1-7, 16, 20; Gal 6:14-18; Lc 10:1-12, 17-20 [1-9]
Saints and Special Observances
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Cyril of Alexandria
St. Irenaeus
Ss. Peter and Paul
The First Holy Martyrs of the Holy Roman Church
Blessed Junípero Serra; Canada Day; First Friday
First Saturday
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
An old and still vital treasure in our tradition is a document
called the “Apostolic Traditions,” giving us a snapshot of
church life in third-century Rome. Its author, Hippolytus,
describes the liturgical life of the church and records the
actual texts of the prayers. The way he explained the various
“orders” of the church was the basis for a major reform of the
rites of ordination by Pope Pius XII in 1947, and later for the
Second Vatican Council. Hippolytus tells us that a bishop
had to be elected by the entire people, and that ordination had
to take place on a Sunday in the presence of the people, the
presbyters, and neighboring bishops. The bishop-candidate is
ordained by the other bishops, who impose their hands on his
head while everyone else keeps a profound silence, awaiting
the outpouring of the Spirit. There is a prayer of blessing said
by one of them, on behalf of all, asking for the Spirit and
describing his ministry.
Later centuries layered new features on top of this
liturgy, including the requirement for three bishop
consecrators. Today, whenever a new bishop is announced
(election by the people is no more), a kind of genealogy is
provided, tracing his pedigree through the consecrating
bishops down through the centuries to Peter and the first
body of believers. Every bishop today can trace his office
through his consecrators back to the beginning in a tradition
called “apostolic succession.”
General Mass Schedule
Rev. Anthony Dao, Pastor
Rev. Jose Jamarillo,
Parochial Vicar
Assistant Clergy:
Rev. Anthony DiLeo,
Pastor Emeritus
Rev. John Wagner
Pastor Emeritus
Msgr. Don Webber
Deacons:
Dennis Malkowski
Efren Ramirez
Armando Servin
Deacon Pat Necerato
Pastoral Associate
deaconpatnecerato@gmail.com
Church Office Hours
Day of the Week Mass Times
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday Through Friday 7:25 AM (English)
Tel. 951-676-4403 Fax. 951-695-6659
Saturday
Vigil 5:00 PM (English) 7:00 PM (Spanish)
Sunday
8:00 AM (English)
10:00 AM (English)
12:00 Noon (English)
2:00 PM (Spanish)
6:00 PM (English)
Reconciliation Services
Saturday, July 2nd 8:00 AM
Wednesday, July 6th 7:00 PM
Wednesday, August 3rd 7:00 PM
Saturday, August 6th 8:00 AM
41875 “C” Street, Temecula, CA 92592
Email: stcath@scachurch.org
Web: stcatherineofalexandria.net