Reflecting on God'

St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church
Email: stcath@scachurch.org Web: stcatherineofalexandria.net
Facebook: St Catherine Of Alexandria Catholic Church
Tel. 951-676-4403 Fax. 951-695-6659
41875 “C” Street, Temecula, CA 92592
October 5th
“The 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time”
Reflecting on God’s Word
God’s relationship with people is at the heart of both the first reading and the Gospel, but there
is a difference. In Isaiah, destruction comes to the vineyard; in the Gospel, it comes to those
entrusted with the care of the vineyard.
Isaiah’s song highlights the people’s failure—the house of Israel and the people of Judah—to
bear fruit, to provide the Lord who has lovingly tended this vineyard with anything more than
wild grapes, that is, bloodshed and violence against each other. Because of this, the owner will
turn his back on them, no longer giving care but letting it be trampled underfoot, no longer
pruning or hoeing, but allowing thorns and briars to take over. This song is demanding
conversion.
In Jesus’ parable, the focus is on those entrusted with the care of the vineyard. Jesus addresses
the chief priests and the elders in Jerusalem, not only criticizing their failure to care for the
people adequately, but also their rejection of those God sent to call them to conversion. The
parable calls all religious leaders to remember that authority is for service.
Bearing fruit in our lives, being true and honorable, just and pure, lovely and gracious is the
fruit God desires from all, as Paul reminds the Philippians. God’s people, but especially their
leaders, have a responsibility to bear fruit. No one is let off the hook. God expects a return for
love so lavishly given.
—James A. Wallace, C.Ss.R.
Parish Information
Sacramental Life Ministries
Pastoral Council
Tito Alvarez
760-3093
Infant Baptisms
Julie Sprengelmeyer
970-8050
Finance Council
Jeff Irwin
676-4403
Confirmation-Adults
Anthony Karganilla
506-6653
Pastoral Care Admin.
Ann Lawlor
695-6657
Confirmation-Youth
Mary Hitzeman
693-2146
Business Administrator
Emmy Lontoc
695-6658
Holy Communion/Sick
Homebound
Frank Dagonese
676-9766
Parish Secretary
Sharla Ortiz
676-4403
Resurrection Ministry
Rita Hernandez
676-5655
Bulletin & Web Editor
John Lawson
870-9990
Retrouvaille Program (for troubled marriages) & Counseling
Deacon Bob & Fran
Philips
695-6653
Parish Librarian
Terry Antuzzi
676-7318
Vocations Director
Frank Dagonese
676-9766
Marriage Encounter
John & Raquel
Anthony
699-6750
Funerals
Ann Lawlor
695-6657
ann@scachurch.org
emmy@scachurch.org
sharla@scachurch.org
Lawson@scachurch.org
Ministerios En Espanol
DIRECTORA DE EDUCACION
RELIGIOSA, FORMACION DE FE Y
LITURGIA maria@scachurch.org
Maria Barth
Eucharestia
Eduardo Baltodano
699-2801
Bautizos
Maria Barth
587-0023
Lectores
Amando
Amado Garcia
Garcia
696-2706
Movimiento Familiar
Armando
Gladys Margarito
Y Yolanda
619-203-3907
201-8348
Caritas
Caritas
Casesoramiento
Intake Desk
909-763-4970 #449
Uncion De Los Enfermos
Maria Barth
587-0023
Grupo De Jovenes
Maria Barth
587-0023
Amando.garcia@verizon.net
amado.garcia@verizon.net
Marriage Convalidations
676-4403
587-0023
Faith Formation
Deacons
Jim Kincaid
265-1517
Bob Phillips
695-6653
Dennis Malkowski
302-3140
Efren Ramirez
225-6240
Christian Life Ministries
Filipino Ministry
Regina Applegate
587-0982
Healing Ministry
George Montaño
522-9072
Little Church (Pre-School)
Allison Willits
714-244-6315
Knights of Columbus
Miguel Rodriquez
663-9494
Grades K-5 Coordinator
letha@scachurch.org
Letha Heylmun
695-6656
gktvc9964@gmail.com Director of Religious ED/
Youth
stcyouth@verizon.net
Sacramental Prep 6-12
mary@scachurch.org
Diane Axline
694-8614
Paul Watkins
Kathy Lynch
302-5326
694-6796
Parishioners Network
parishionersnetwork
@scachurch.org
Leng & Manny
Gonzales
676-1219
Bereavement Support
Ministry
Rita or
Bea
676-5655
695-1546
Women’s Guild
Gisela Bueno
972-4322
Life, Dignity & Justice
Mary Hitzeman
693-2146
Adult Faith Formation
R.C.I.A
Dennis & Susan Cline
295-5971
Remembering Church
Dcn. Jim Kincaid
265-1517
Journey of Faith
Frank Dagonese
676-9766
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Tito Alvarez
760-3093
Liturgical / Worship Ministries
Outreach Programs
Birth Choice
Crisis Pregnancy
699-9808
Boy Scouts
Ken Radosevich
302-6070
Cub Scouts
Rob Waldron
480-299-0240
St. Vincent De Paul (PG 3.)
Help/Food Pantry
587-6752
Altar Servers
Sharla Ortiz
676-4403
Holy Communion
Reneé Micallef
302-8557
Greeters
Mary Kleinvachter
551-4813
Alcoholics Anonymous
Lectors
Tito Alvarez
760-3093
Spanish AA
Ushers
Jim & Terry Purpura
587-0862
Catholic Charities Counseling
Music 5:00pm Sat (English)
7:00pm Sat 2:00pm Sun Span
8:00am Sunday (English)
10:00am Sunday (English)
12:00 Noon (English)
6:00pm Sunday (English)
Rudy Vergara, Jr
Nancy Marshall
Lori Ascani
Andy & J.R. Santos
Lori Ascani
775-1969
285-5233
698-3288
249-9175
698-3288
Gamblers Anonymous
866-239-2911
Narcotics Anonymous
Jeff
652-5326
Women's Emotional Serenity
Support Group
Nancy
676-9192
Environment & Art
Armando & Yolanda
201-8348
Overeaters Anonymous
Linda
461-1013
695-1535
Leonardo Morales
219-1046
924-9964
WELCOME
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
If you have a serious illness, are facing hospitalization and/or surgery, you
should arrange to receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, which
should be celebrated before a sick person is unconscious, comatose or in the last
stages of life. The Anointing is offered on Friday mornings, upon prior request,
during the 7:25 AM Mass. If you or family members are unable to attend Mass,
Father will come to your home. Arrangements must be made beforehand for proper
preparation. Please call the Parish Office at
A normal Sacrificial Giving Program is
a 10% contribution to a charitable
organization or church. St. Catherine's is
asking for 4%.
Welcome to St.
Catherine's
In the Spirit of Hospitality and the Ministry of
Welcome, there are NO
Or, consider giving, as a minimum each seats “Reserved” in this
week, your first hour's salary (or wage) Church (except during
in thanksgiving for the opportunities
our Faith Formation
God has given us to work and produce
Programs). If someone
wishes to enter your pew,
for ourselves, our families and our
please slide over so they
communities.
do not have to stumble
over you. Also, we ask
Another way to respond to God's
generosity is to mention St. Catherine's in that you consider others’
your will. Please give prayerful thought to needs before your own
desires. Thank you.
supporting St. Catherine's in this way as
well.
HELPLINE – NUMERO DE AYUDA
THE SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE
PAUL
ST CATHERINE of ALEXANDRIA
CONFERENCE
951-587-6752
Canon Law stipulates that
weddings are to take place in the
Parish where either the bride, the
groom, or their parents reside.
In order to begin the Marriage
Preparation Process, you must
pick up A Guideline and Policy
Booklet for Weddings from
our Parish Office and read it
thoroughly. Please understand
that the marriage preparation in
the Diocese of San Bernardino
takes a minimum of 6 months
and that a wedding date may
not be set until
specified criteria
are met.
Please Pray for the ill and hospitalized members of our
Parish, their families & caregivers.
“Please remember our Elderly and Homebound as well”
Annette Wester, DRE
Gabriella Stumetz
Paicince Reqicerm
Corinne May
Elizabeth Tihanyi
Pedro T. Diaz
Juanita Tarango
Santa Garcia
Francisca Soto
Norberto Sandoval
Mary McClintock
Stacy Gibbons
Abby Radke
Mary Wood
Mary Jo Mullett
Josephine Grahek
Sandra Murillo
August Liberino
October 6th
Through October 12th
Mass Intentions
Date
Hour
Copland Starpup
October 6th
Monday
Josh Gutierrez
Jeanne Bienvenue
Robert & Theresa Miller
7:25 am
Christine Bergen
Maria Molina
David Liberino
October 7th
Tuesday
Rocky Loera
Patty Davis
Margie San Filippo
Carol Colburn & Family
7:25 am
Laura M. Nauman
Carol Gonzales
Angelina Held
October 8th
Wednesday
Gabriella Stumetz
Katherine Carroll
Tiffany Vargas
Aurora & Dominic Domingo
7:25 am
Stephen Dalton
Julian Ruiz
Sharon Sanchez
Jacqueline Marie
Gassner Family
Elias Garcia
October 9th
Thursday
Lani MacBryer
Margaret Mapula
Nicholas Mendez
Frank de la Vina
7:25 am
Manuel Pena
Charles Meikle
Evrile Asirnci
October 10th
Friday
Robert Youngwirth Sr.
Mazha Rodriguez
Margie Margis
Mary Horan
7:25 am
Ezekiel Vasquez
Bob Garret
Graciela Bocco
Nita Agustin
7:25 am
Javier Villagrana
Marilyn Zeal
Herminia Balanza
October 11th
Saturday
Madison Gray
Alice Zimmer
Joshua Certeza
Allen Marcum
Rich Cameron
Ahana Bhushan
Hutain Family
5:00 pm
Ann Burke
Erick Ortiz
Frances Dagonese
Bay-ot and Jeanie Gassner
7:00 pm
Rosendo Ramirez
Antonia Bout
Rafael Suarez
October 12th
Sunday
Javier A Rodriguez
Copland Starpup
Katie Montano
Juliana Osorio Cacpal
8:00 am
Carla Reid
Connie Flores
Jake Robinson
Luis David Arreola
10:00 am
Diane Baldwin
Michele Di Ganci
Lauren Kelly Lee
Special Intentions of Parishioners
12:00 pm
Ken Duenas
Neal Sykora
Merci Hilliker
Vicky Surez
Edward Kuzyak
Sean McGinnis
Julia Tolentino
12:00 pm
Sally Orozco
Susana McGinnis
Carrie Bromer
Hermenejilda Diaz
2:00 pm
Elaine Carbone
Pat Geist
Techie Bitanga
Helen Lasagna
6:00 pm
Cecilia Marquez
Frank & Mary Merola
Gabriel Marquez
Blake Herd
Don Marino
Delza Delen Briones
Francisco B. Agregado
Diosdado Agregado
Joanne Boggelin
Geoff Burr
Donado Ramirez
Juana Cerriteno
Mary McClintoc
Bud Pocklington
Adrian Cabrera
Patricia Pedersen
Trevor Gustavson
Dear families,
With this letter, I wish, as it were, to come into your
homes to speak about an event which will take place at the
Vatican this coming October. It is the Extraordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, which is being convened to discuss the theme of “pastoral challenges to the
family in the context of evangelization”. Indeed, in our day
the Church is called to proclaim the Gospel by confronting
the new and urgent pastoral needs facing the family.
This important meeting will involve all the People of God –
bishops, priests, consecrated men and women, and lay
faithful of the particular Churches of the entire world – all
of whom are actively participating in preparations for the
meeting through practical suggestions and the crucial support of prayer. Such support on your part, dear families, is
especially significant and more necessary than ever. This
Synodal Assembly is dedicated in a special way to you, to
your vocation and mission in the Church and in society; to
the challenges of marriage, of family life, of the education
of children; and the role of the family in the life of the
Church. I ask you, therefore, to pray intensely to the Holy
Spirit, so that the Spirit may illumine the Synodal Fathers
and guide them in their important task. As you know, this
Extraordinary Synodal Assembly will be followed a year
later by the Ordinary Assembly, which will also have the
family as its theme. In that context, there will also be the
World Meeting of Families due to take place in Philadelphia
in September 2015. May we all, then, pray together so that
through these events the Church will undertake a true
journey of discernment and adopt the necessary pastoral
means to help families face their present challenges with
the light and strength that comes from the Gospel.
Dear families, your prayer for the Synod of Bishops will be
a precious treasure which enriches the Church. I thank
you, and I ask you to pray also for me, so that I may serve
the People of God in truth and in love. May the protection
of the Blessed Mother and Saint Joseph always accompany
all of you and help you to walk united in love and in caring
for one another. I willingly invoke on every family the
blessing of the Lord.
From the Vatican, 2 February 2014
Feast of the Presentation of the Lord
Pope Francis
Youth Formation
Sacramental prep/Confirmation:
Last day for sacramental preparation registration
this year is October 4 so sign up now!
Our Confirmation 1 Workshops are today, September
27, and October 18. You must attend one or the other
with your Sponsor in order to begin the Confirmation
Preparation process.
Our next parent speaker is NEXT SUNDAY, Oct 5,
at 2:30 in the Hall and our topic is the Eucharist!
High School: Martyr's Maze planning-All High school
students are welcome to help plan this year's Martyr's
Maze so join us every TUESDAY beginning , September
30, from 6:30-8PM in the Youth Center and bring a
friend!
Snack schedule for September/October: Sept
28=10th grade, Oct 5=parents bring PASTA (look for
email on this), Oct 12=11th graders, Oct 19=12th graders, Oct 26=9th graders, Nov 2 class picnics for All
Souls Day!
Middle School: Welcome to all our new 4th, 5th and 6th
graders!
Snack schedule for September/October: Sept
29=parents bring PASTA (look for email on this), Oct
6=7th grade, Oct 13=8th graders, Oct 20=4th and 5th
graders, Oct 27=All Hallow's Eve party! Parents look
for an email!
Mass Card High School
All youth in preparation for sacraments
must participate at Mass on a weekly basis
Name_____________________________
Date October 5th Mass ____________
Priest____________________________
Homily Topic
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With his witness, a Christian must show others the same attitudes with which God visits his people:
closeness, compassion, the capacity to restore hope. Pope Francis affirmed this during Mass at Santa
Marta.
“God has visited his people” is an expression which is “repeated in the Scripture”, the Pontiff noted. He
immediately referred to the narrative in the Gospel of Luke, which tells of the resurrection of the widow’s
son in Nain (7:11-17). They are words, he stated, which have “special meaning”, different from that of
such expressions as “God has spoken to his people” or “God has given the Commandments to his people”
or even “God has sent a prophet to his people”.
In the statement “God has visited his people”, the Pope said, “there is something extra, something new”.
This phrase can be found in the Scripture; it is written, for example, “God visited [Naomi] in her old age
and made her a grandmother”. And likewise, the Pontiff added, Scripture
“tells of Elizabeth, Mary’s cousin: God visited her and made her a mother”.
So “when God visits his people, it means that he is present in a special
way”. And, Francis highlighted, recalling the event in Nain, “in this Gospel
passage, where it describes the resurrection of the young man, the son of
the widowed mother, the people speak these words: ‘God has visited us’”.
Living Rosary
All Families are invited to
participate in the Living Rosary
sponsored by the Knights of
Columbus Wednesday, October 15th at
7:30 PM in Di Leo Hall. Refreshments
will be served afterwards. Please come!
Knights of Columbus
Membership Drive
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic
brotherhood of gentlemen who serve the
Church through works of charity
supporting seminarians, the Bishops
Burse and our Holy Father in Rome. We
also help the developmentally disabled
and support the needs of St. Catherine’s
Parish Community. Please join our
Catholic Fellowship, our membership
drive is the weekend of October 11th and
12th. (Columbus Day Weekend)
St. Vincent de Paul Blanket & Coat
Drive
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is collecting
blankets and warm coats and jackets for men,
women and children. Please check your
closets for any of these items that you no
longer use. With the colder months ahead your
contribution will be a great help to someone in
need.
Please bring them to Church, Saturday &
Sunday October 11 & 12, 2014.
K-5 NEWS
HAPPY FALL
We have survived the HOT summer Now we look
forward to the calmer more reflective time of Fall.
We are happy to announce that we will be holding our
annual Trunk or Treat Along with the Martyrs Maze
house ! This will be held on Saturday October 25th,
From 5:30 to just before 7: pm. There is no charge
for this, we do need you to come decorate your car
and pass out Candy to the children. If you can’t help
us that way, we can use donations of CANDY.
Grandparents, bring your grandchildren, Parents,
decorate your Trunk, come have fun, Everyone is
invited, this is not exclusive to Those families that
are enrolled.
Letha L. Heylmun
CCM St. Catherine of Alexandria
951-695-6656
letha@scachurch.org
Sacramento de la Reconciliación
Tarjeta Juvenil Misa
Todos los jóvenes que están en la preparación de
recibir los sacramentos, deben de participar
semanalmente en la Santa Misa
Este sacramento es celebrado durante nuestro servicio
mensual de reconciliación el cual se efectúa a las 7:00 Nombre:__________________________
p.m. el primer miércoles de cada mes. Este Sacramento
Fecha 5 de Octubre.
también lo ofrecemos por cita solamente: Para mas
Horario de la Misa:___________
información: llame al oficina 676-4430
Nuestro próximo servicios de Reconciliación será el próximo
miércoles 5 de noviembre.
Jovenes
¡Atención a todos los jóvenes de nuestra
Comunidad!
El Señor Jesús, esta buscando jóvenes como tú, tanto hombres
como mujeres. Ven a conocerle mejor, a convivir con él y a
conocer otros jóvenes con las mismas inquietudes que tú tienes.
Las reuniones se llevan acabo los jueves de 6:00 - 7:30 p. m. para
mas información llame a María, 587-0023.
San Vicente de Paul Recolección de
Cobija y Abrigos 2014.
La sociedad de San. Vicente de Paul está recolectando
cobijas, suéteres, chamarras y abrigos para hombres,
mujeres y niños.
Por favor revise sus armarios para cualquiera de estos
artículos que ya no usas. Con los meses fríos que se
aproximan su contribución será de gran ayuda para
alguien en necesidad. Por favor traerlos a la iglesia, el
sábado y el domingo 11 & 12 de octubre 2014.
Rosario Viviente
Sacerdote:_________________________
Mensaje de la Homilía:
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“ El Señor está siempre
esperando para darnos su
amor: Es una cosa maravillosa, algo que no debería de sorprendernos!”
El MFCC Pretende descubrir, vivir y transmi r los
valores cris anos fundamentales de la familia, tales
como la vocación del laico casado, la fuerza
Salvadora del Sacramento del Matrimonio, la
vivencia de la fé Cris ana en el marco de la
familia, la prioridad de la familia como Iglesia
Domés ca y transmisora de la fé.
Todas las familias están invitadas a participar en el
Si gustas descubrir las herramientas que ofrece el
Rosario Viviente patrocinado por los Caballeros de
MFCC para cambiar tu vida en familia, o reforzar lo
Colón, el Miércoles, 15 Octubre a las 7:30 p.m. en Di Leo
que ya estás haciendo para fortalecer tu vida
Hall.
familiar, comunícate con nosotros al 951.291.8811
¡Nuestro ciclo empieza en Agosto, No te tardes!
Se servirá un refrigerio después del Rosario. Por favor
asista!
¡Jesús está esperando que le abras las puertas de tu
hogar!
Bautizos
Padres de Familia: Para bautizar a su hijo/a, debe vivir en
Temecula, ser miembro activo de la Iglesia de Santa Catalina y
llenar la forma de membrecía. Como el cupo es limitado, es
necesario reservar la fecha con tres meses de anticipación.
llame a Maria (951) 587-0023.
St. Catherine Of Alexandria
ST. CATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA
SUNDAY COLLECTION
September 27th & 28th, 2014
MASS TIME
PLATE
5PM
7PM
8AM
10AM
12PM
2PM
6PM
Office
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
592.00
357.00
643.00
779.00
891.00
459.00
613.00
TOTALS
$ 4,334.00
2014 DDF Assessments:
REGULAR- TOTAL PER
ENVELOPES
MASS
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,640.00
768.00
3,130.00
2,816.00
2,170.00
1,357.00
1,062.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,232.00
1,125.00
3,773.00
3,595.00
3,061.00
1,816.00
1,675.00
Diocese Goal:
$101,800
Parish Goal:
$200,000
Total
$301,800
Received to Date
$113,071
Diocese Over goal Cash to Parish
$11,271
37.47% Percent of Goal
$
13,943.00 $
18,277.00
Jesus Christ Needs You to Be a
Sponsor for RCIA!
Adults are seeking to come into the Catholic
faith every week----we need companions for
their journey. You do not have to be an
"expert" Catholic!
If you are "fully initiated" in the Catholic Church (Baptism, First
Eucharist, Confirmation) and over 18, and want to learn more
about your faith and share your love of being a Catholic, you are
cordially invited to be a sponsor for someone in the Rite of
Christian Initiation for Adults.
As brothers and sisters in the Lord, we are called to listen and
live the Word of God.
-Bishop Barnes
Call Susan Cline at 951-295-5971 for more information. You will
be a companion for another person and the RCIA team will support
BOTH of you! Please say YES to this call.
Deployed Military
Title
Name
Service
Location
A1C
Kyle Banogon
USAF
Korea
RDML
Allile Coetzee
USN
Afghanistan
LtCol
Kodie L Dean
USMC
Afghanistan
SPC
Arturo De La Cruz III
US Army Afghanistan
PO2
Johnathan D. Buckles
USMC
Iraq
Major
Damian Bess
US Army Afghanistan
PFC
Andrew Soria
US Army
Afghanistan
1st. Sgt
Edward Gonzales
USMC
Iraq
Sgt.
Juan C. Ramos-Torrelio
USMC
Afghanistan
Sgt.
Anthony Zabala
USMC
Afghanistan
LCTL
David S. Parrett
USMC
Iraq
AFC
Miguel Echavarri
USAF
UAE
LCPL
Dane Davis
USMC
Afghanistan
SSGT
Shane Lipetzky
USMC
Afghanistan
LCPL
Richard M. Charron
USMC
Afghanistan
SGT
Damian Michael Root
USMC
Afghanistan
CPL
Paul A Borrero
USMC
Afghanistan
SGT
Erik Ortiz
USMC
Afghanistan
AFC
Mary Rose Banogon
USAF
Korea
SGT
Antonio Aranda
USMC
Afghanistan
ASI
Constantino Ramos
USN
Afghanistan
PFC
Joshua Shanahan
US Army US Army
CPL
Dominique M Lamelin
USMC
Kuwait
CPL
Jake Parrett
USMC
Tech Sgt Paul M. Lamelin
USAF
Pusan Korea
Afghanistan
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The vineyard of the LORD is the house
of Israel (Isaiah 5:1-7).
Psalm — The vineyard of the Lord is the house of Israel
(Psalm 80).
Second Reading — God’s peace will guard your hearts
and minds (Philippians 4:6-9).
Gospel — The kingdom of God will be given to those
who will produce its fruit (Ma hew 21:33-43).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Gal 1:6-12; Ps 111:1b-2, 7-9, 10c;
Lk 10:25-37
Tuesday: Gal 1:13-24; Ps 139:1b-3, 13-15;
Lk 10:38-42
Wednesday: Gal 2:1-2, 7-14; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Lk 11:1-4
Thursday: Gal 3:1-5; Lk 1:69-75; Lk 11:5-13
Friday: Gal 3:7-14; Ps 111:1b-6; Lk 11:15-26
Saturday: Gal 3:22-29; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 11:27-28
Sunday: Is 25:6-10a; Ps 23:1-6; Phil 4:12-14, 19-20;
Mt 22:1-14 [1-10]
SAINTS AND SPECIAL
OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time;
Respect Life Sunday
Monday: St. Bruno; Bl. Marie Rose Durocher
Tuesday: Our Lady of the Rosary
Wednesday: Sukkot (Jewish harvest fes val) begins at
sunset
Thursday: St. Denis and Companions;
St. John Leonardi
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary
Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 5, 2014
Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer
and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests
known to God.
— Philippians 4:6
FEAST OF FAITH
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
The sacrament of penance has a long and difficult
history. The Church some mes struggles with how
best to be faithful to the image of an all-forgiving
God. Once a very public rite with publicly visible
par cipa on on the part of the penitent, it
became in me a very private ma er. By the
fourteenth century, when a prayer of absolu on
and a laying on of hands was s ll required in
sacramental confession, theologians were saying
that even that was too much liturgy. All that was
required was confession itself, and the sacramental words Ego te absolvo, or “I absolve you.”
In 1614 the Council of Florence tried to flesh out
this bare skeleton, requiring that if possible the
priest should wear a stole, that the confession
should be in church, and that there be ques ons
about the person’s state in life, occupa on, and
last confession. This is the first me the Church
recommended that the penitent and priest be
separated by a grill, thereby elimina ng the
ritual laying on of hands once so central to the
sacrament, subs tu ng the priest’s raised right
hand in blessing. This is the rite that remained in
force un l the sacrament became the subject of
very stormy debates at the Second Va can Council, leading to a major reform in 1974 that is s ll
only par ally received.
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — El Señor busca una cosecha de
jus cia (Isaías 5:1-7).
Salmo — La viña del Señor es la casa de Israel
(Salmo 80 [79]).
Segunda lectura — Mora con pensamientos de pureza y
jus cia y sabrás lo que es la paz (Filipenses 4:6-9).
Evangelio — La piedra que rechazaron los constructores
se ha conver do en la piedra angular (Mateo 21:33-43).
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Gál 1:6-12; Sal 111 (110):1b-2, 7-9, 10c;
Lc 10:25-37
Martes: Gál 1:13-24; Sal 139 (138):1b-3, 13-15;
Lc 10:38-42
Miércoles: Gál 2:1-2, 7-14; Sal 117 (116):1bc, 2;
Lc 11:1-4
Jueves: Gál 3:1-5; Lc 1:69-75; Lc 11:5-13
Viernes: Gál 3:7-14; Sal 111 (110):1b-6; Lc 11:15-26
Sábado: Gál 3:22-29; Sal 105 (104):2-7; Lc 11:27-28
Domingo: Is 25:6-10a; Sal 23 (22):1-6;
Fil 4:12-14, 19-20; Mt 22:1-14 [1-10]
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS
OBSERVANCIAS
Domingo: Vigésimo Sép mo Domingo del Tiempo
Ordinario;
Domingo Respetemos la Vida
Lunes: San Bruno; Beata Marie-Rose Durocher
Martes: Nuestra Señora del Rosario
Miércoles: Sukot (el día judío para celebrar la cosecha)
comienza a la puesta del sol;
Jueves: San Dionisio y compañeros;
San Juan Leonardi
Sábado: Santa María Virgen
Vigésimo Séptimo Domingo del Tiempo
Ordinario 5 de octubre de 2014
No se inquieten por nada; más bien presenten en
toda ocasión sus peticiones a Dios en la oración y la
súplica, llenos de gratitud.
— Filipenses 4:6
FIESTA DE LA FE
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
La prác ca de usar nudos en una cuerda para
contar oraciones ene una larga trayectoria en
la fe cris ana. Originalmente un cordón con
150 nudos o piedritas se usaba para contar la
recitación de los 150 salmos encontrados en la
Sagrada Escritura. Con el empo, visto que
mucha gente no podía leer o recitar de memoria los salmos, se sus tuyeron por el uso de
150 Padrenuestros. A finales de la Edad Media
muchos sus tuyeron los Padrenuestros con el
saludo del ángel Gabriel a María. En el siglo
XVI se formuló lo que hoy reconocemos como
el Avemaría, y en el año 1569, el Papa Pío V
estableció el Rosario en su forma y uso
actual. En 1592 un fraile dominico mandó
hacer una imagen de la Virgen del Rosario para su convento en Guatemala. Según la leyenda, María viajaba por América con su Hijito y
éste se quedó dormido en Guatemala, por lo
cual se quedaron allí. En 1821 los independistas guatemaltecos tomaron a la Virgen del
Rosario como protectora y en 1833 fue nombrada patrona oficial de Guatemala.
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Rev. Anthony Dao, Pastor
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Rev. Sergio Rentería,
Parochial Vicar
Assistant Clergy:
Rev. Anthony DiLeo,
Pastor Emeritus
Rev. John Wagner
Pastor Emeritus
Msgr. Don Webber
Deacons:
Jim Kincaid - Robert Phillips
Dennis Malkowski - Efren Ramirez
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Church Office Hours
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Monday Thru Friday
General Mass Schedule
Day of the Week
Mass Times
Monday Thru Friday
7:25AM (Eng)
Saturday Vigil
5:00PM (Eng)
7:00PM (Span)
Sunday
8:00AM (Eng)
10:00AM (Eng)
12:00 NOON (Eng)
2:00PM (Span)
6:00PM (Eng)
Tel. 951-676-4403 Fax. 951-695-6659
41875 “C” Street, Temecula, CA 92592