september 11, 2016 - Hermosa Beach

CLERGY
Pastor
Rev. Joseph Kim, OFM Conv.
Associate
Rev. Carlos Morales OFM Conv.
Deacon
Rev. Mr. Scott Palmer
Our Lady of
Guadalupe Church
Friars in Residence
Rev. Peter Mallin, OFM Conv.
Rev. Steve Gross OFM Conv.
PARISH INFORMATION
244 Prospect Avenue
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Phone: (310) 372-7077
Fax: (310) 798-4051
ourladyofguadalupechurch.org
Offices Located on the corner of
Prospect Ave. and Massey Ave.
Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:00am—4:00pm
Saturday
9:00am— 1:00pm
Sunday:
9:00am— 1:00pm
SCHOOL INFORMATION
Principal April Beuder
320 Massey Street
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Phone: (310) 372-7486
PARISH CONTACTS
Coordinator of Religious Ed
Ext 224
Theresa Avila
Ext 226
Confirmation/Director Religious Ed
Tom Baumann
Hispanic Ministry
Ext.222
Fr. Carlos Morales
Spanish Baptisms
(310) 349-9609
Ext.227
Bookkeeper
Robin Bosmajian
Parish Secretary
Ext.221
Jodi Scully
Music Director
Ext.223
Bobbi Lynn Lambert
info@olgmail.org
OLG Webmaster
Raciel Diaz
Lectors & Eucharistic Ministers
daniel.villa60@yahoo.com
RCIA
RCIA@olgmail.org
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Tuesday September 8, 2016
Mass Schedule
Sunday: 7:00AM, 8:00AM (Spanish), 9:45AM,
11:30AM, 6:30PM
Saturday Vigil: 5:00PM
Weekdays: 8:00AM
~
Eucharistic Adoration
Tuesday
4:00PM—7:00PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday:
9:00AM—10:00AM
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Sacrament of Baptism
Baptisms are celebrated in English and Spanish.
Please call the Parish Office for more Information
Sacrament of Marriage
Contact the Parish of¿ce for information
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE CHURCH
Canonization
of Mother
Teresa
Pope Francis
will
declare
Blessed Teresa
of Kolkata a
saint at the
Vatican
on
Sunday, September
4th.
The date was
announced
March 15 during an "ordinary public consistory," a meeting of the pope, cardinals and promoters of
sainthood causes that formally ends the
sainthood process. The date chosen for her canonization is the eve of the 19th anniversary of her
death and the date previously established at the
Vatican for the conclusion of the Year of Mercy pilgrimage of people like her who are engaged in
works of mercy.
RCIA (The Rite of Christian Initiation) is the way to
become Catholic. Adults approach the church for a
variety of reasons and bring with them a personal
history and richness of life experiences. The OLG
RCIA Team responds with both information about
the church and a formational process that introduces the individual to the message of Jesus, prayer,
community, and service to others. The process invites participants to embark on a journey. There
are stages on the way, crossroads, and crisis, rest
stops, guides and companions who lead the way to
the final destination. These companions are team
members and sponsors, people from the parish
who want to share their faith and walk with others
as they discover what it means to be Catholic. Everyone is welcome to join. RCIA begins on
September 21, 2016 and is held on
Wednesdays from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
For more information please see the email address
on the front of this bulletin
HERMOSA BEACH, CALIFORNIA
Are you being called to serve
as a Family Faith Formation
Catechist or Aide?
We are looking for 2 aides to help
from 12-2pm and 2 catechists,
plus 1 aide to help from 2:204:30pm with the faith formation
of the children/teen of the parish.
No experience is necessary –
we provide training, material, resources and support throughout the entire process. Please review
the time commitment, qualifications/skills and
training opportunities below. If you are interested
please contact Theresa Avila to schedule to find out
more.
Time Commitment
•Two Saturdays each month from September to
April – 2 hours each class (12-2pm or 2:304:30pm)
•6 team meetings throughout the year to provide fellowship, support and training (held on Saturdays
from 9-11:30am)
Qualifications / Skills
• Love of children (pre-k to 8th grade), parents
and the Lord
•Attend mass regularly and be an active member of the parish
•Desire to share and grow in your Catholic
faith, love of Scripture and our Parish
•Willingness to work on a team and collaborate
for the good of the community
•Ability to work with a co-teacher or aide (aide
range from Jr. high to adults)
•Teaching experience is helpful, but not mandatory
Trainings Opportunities
•Regional Congress in Downey (October)
•ReligiousEducationCongressinAnaheim(February)
•Catechist certification at various parishes during the summer months
Baptisms in September
The next required pre-baptismal class
for parents and god-parents wishing to
have their child baptized in September
will be on Wednesday, September 14th
at 7PM in the parish hall. Please call or
come by the parish office and fill out the
necessary paperwork before attending this class. The
baptism in September will be on Sunday, September
18th at 1PM. Please call the parish office if you have
any questions or require more information.
VIGESIMOTERCERDOMINGODELTIEMPOORDINARIO PÁGINA DÍA 2
4 DE SEPTIEMBRE 2016
SEGUIR A JESUS PIDE RENUNCIAS. ¿ Estamos dispuestos?
No hay negociaciones en esto: o decidimos vivir como Dios manda, o elegimos dar al cuerpo lo
que nos pida. Si decidimos vivir como Dios manda tendremos que vivir luchando todos los días
contra las fuerzas del mal, aceptando los sacrificios y esfuerzos que esta lucha comporta. No podremos dejarnos vencer por el egoísmo, ni por el cansancio, ni por la desilusión; deberemos levantarnos cada mañana con el propósito firme de hacer el bien y vencer al mal. Optar por el cielo
es, en nuestro caso, dejarnos guiar por Dios, es decir, por el bien, por la bondad, por la justicia,
por el amor, por la fraternidad. No lo vamos a tener fácil, porque el cuerpo se resiste y de lo más
hondo de nuestro ser surgirán insinuaciones al mal, tentaciones, voces que nos llaman también
desde el exterior invitándonos al goce y al disfrute de lo más inmediato y de lo más terreno. Nadie
que opte por el cielo se va a librar de esta lucha, porque ni el mismo Cristo se libró de la misma:
“el espíritu está pronto, pero la carne está débil, enferma”, escribe el evangelista. Para vencer en
esta lucha no son suficientes nuestras solas fuerzas humanas, necesitamos la ayuda de Dios, la
gracia de Dios, pero esta gracia y esta ayuda no nos la va a negar Dios nunca.
Quien no lleve su cruz detrás de mí no puede ser discípulo mío. Nuestra cruz, nuestras cruces de
cada día, no nos las va a poder llevar nadie. Podremos tener cireneos que nos ayuden a llevar en
algunos momentos nuestra carga, pero tendremos que ser nosotros mismos los que llevemos el
peso diario y habitual de las pequeñas cruces de cada día. Vivimos en la tierra, en el suelo, y muchas veces esta tierra, este suelo, es un verdadero valle de lágrimas. Si optamos por vivir en este
suelo como auténticos hijos de Dios, la cruz va a ser una carga, una sombra que nunca nos va a
abandonar del todo. Es evidente que vamos a tener días buenos, días de sol y alegría, pero de las
nubes y de las tormentas de cada día no nos va a librar nadie. No necesitamos buscar cruces, ellas
vienen solas. Vivir como Dios manda es luchar, es sacrificarse, es aceptar la carga de pequeñas, o
no tan pequeñas, cruces que la misma vida nos manda. Ser discípulo de Cristo es caminar por
donde él caminó, es seguir sus pasos, desde Nazaret hasta Jerusalén, hasta el calvario y hasta la
resurrección. Con la cruz de cada día a cuestas.
El cuerpo mortal y el alma van juntos en esta vida. Después de todo, es la vieja doctrina paulina
de la lucha entre el cuerpo y el alma, entre el hombre viejo y el hombre nuevo. Por mucho tiempo
que pase, mientras el hombre sea hombre llevará siempre consigo, dentro de sí, esta lucha. Tenemos mucho de animal y algo o mucho de ángel; el cuerpo nos inclina hacia el suelo y al alma hacia
el cielo. No podemos despreciar, ni minusvalorar la importancia del cuerpo, porque somos cuerpo, pero tampoco debemos cortar las alas al ángel, porque también somos espíritu. La opción fundamental no anula, ni destruye las otras opciones, simplemente las regula y jerarquiza. No queremos vivir sólo como ángeles, ni sólo como cuerpos, queremos que el cuerpo obedezca al espíritu.
Esto no es fácil, esto supone una lucha continuada y de por vida. Esto es cargar con la cruz de
Cristo, para poder ser y vivir como auténticos discípulos de Cristo. Paz y Bien.
TWENTYTHIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
"Prayer: The
Faith Prayed"
ENVELOPE & PLATE TOTAL8/28/16 $7,776.00
AVERAGEPARISHPAY
$3,400.00
TOTALCOLLECTION8/2/8/16
$11,176.00
“Renounce your possessions,” the Gospel insists. We can’t say that we always have. Rather, it seems that we’ve often done more accumulating than renouncing. And yet each
accumulation may have made room for one
more way of being made new as the disciples
we all are called to become.
New
Hospitality
Ministry Volunteers
Needed
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Hospitality Ministry is re organizing. We are looking for parishioners
who would like to help with funeral or wedding receptions, Senior lunches, Community Night dinners, potlucks etc. and other special events that happen our parish If you would like to learn more
about this ministry and be part of a this team please
come to a meeting on Wednesday September 21,
2016 from 7PM-9PM in the parish hall.
This
year,
the
Church will celebrate Catechetical
Sunday on September 18, 2016 and
will focus on the
theme "Prayer: The
Faith
P r a ye d . "
Those who the Community has designated to
serve as catechists will be called forth to be
commissioned for their ministry. Catechetical
Sunday is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on
the role that each person plays, by virtue of
Baptism, in handing on the faith and being a
witness to the Gospel. Catechetical Sunday is
an opportunity for all to rededicate themselves
to this mission as a community of faith.
Twenty-third Sunday
in Ordinary Time
"If anyone comes to me without hating . . . father and
mother, wife and children,
brothers and sisters, and
even his [or her] own
life" (Luke 14:26). Hating?
Can anyone imagine a less
appropriate Gospel for the
Jubilee Year of Mercy? But
scholars call this Semitic hyperbole. Jesus exaggerates to jolt us into confronting life-changing challenges. Faced with
conflicting loyalties, disciples must reorder
priorities, even relationships, to give Jesus
and the gospel's demands first place. Today's
second reading presents a real-life example.
Paul challenges his wealthy convert, Philemon, to welcome back Philemon's runaway
slave, Onesimus, whom Paul has baptized in
prison. Not only with unconditional forgiveness but with a counter-cultural, worldshattering change of status--as an equal. No,
even more--a beloved brother in Christ.
What in my life does the Jubilee Year of Mercy challenge me to "hate"--meaning reform,
redo, even utterly revamp--so I can give everyone, no conditions, no exceptions, shockingly Christ-like love?
TWENTYTHIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
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SEPTEMBER 11, 2016
5:00PM
Daniel Rodriguez
Richard Divinski
Betty Hacker
Terri Burschinger
Jim Burschinger
Nelson Rivera
7:00AM
Daniel Villa
Ron Alpine
Dan Olmstead
8:00AM
Maria Amaya
Lety Ricco
Mirna Rayon
Daniel Osorio
Angelica Pastrano
Gaby Vargas
Maritza Herrera
Raquel Mora
Lori Fields
Laurie Paolozzi
Sarah Walker
Kirk Bretney
Juan Flores
Silvio Aburto
Jonathan Riddick
Roxy Henry
C. Carrera
B. Perez
A.Binder
Rick Binder
Lily Lee
11:30AM
David Lee
Mieke Brown
Vicki Lee
Joyce Armijo
Lauren Sablan
Marie Jensen
Eileen Sisson
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 2016
5:00PM
Griselda Maldonado (Monica Linnell)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
7:00AM
Int of Our Parishioners
8:00AM
=Francisco, Manuel, Jesus Ruiz
9:45AM
Erma Vargas (Family)
11:30AM
=Bill Vacek, Ray & Paul Zagoda
6:30PM
Marie Roudebush (Bob & Pat Kidwell)
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2016
8:00AM
Olivia Guzman (Family)
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
8:00AM
Aurelio Gonzalez (Maria)
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016
8:00AM
Aurelio Gonzalez (Maria)
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016
8:00AM
George Silveira (Megan)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2016
8:00AM
=Lawrence Rob ert Beuder Sr. (OLG)
SATURDAY, SE[TEMBER 10, 2016
8:00AM
Aurelio Gonzalez (Maria)
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9:45AM
Silvia Contreras
Victoria Price
Jon Glavez
Steve Magoffin
Monique Akker
SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
Ally Levine
J. Mejia
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