Good News! - St Emydius Catholic Church

St. Emydius
Parish Bulletin
“SIEMPRE ADELANTE, CAMINEMOS JUNTOS”
RECTORY AND CHURCH:
10900 CALIFORNIA AVENUE
LYNWOOD, CALIFORNIA 90262
Phone (310) 637-7095 Ext. 210
Fax (310) 637-3319
www.saintemydius.org
FR. RIGOBERTO RODRIGUEZ
Fr. NAHUM GUTIERREZ M.G.
Pastor
Associate Pastor
Fr. FREDDY DE JESUS GONZALEZ
Fr. DAVID OCHOA
In Residence
Associate Pastor
DEACON MAURICIO GUERRA
Office Hours: Monday –Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm; 1-7:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-7:30pm Sunday: 7:00am-8:30pm
MASSES:
SUNDAY MASSES in English – 11:00 am.
SUNDAY MASSES in Spanish – 6:30 am, 8:00 am,
9:30 am, 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:30 pm,
7:00 pm and 8:30 pm
SATURDAY MORNING MASS—8:00am. (English)
SATURDAY EVENING MASS – 5:30 (Bilingual) 7:00pm
(Spanish) will also satisfy your Sunday Mass obligation.
WEEKDAY DAILY MASS: 8:00 am (English),
12:00 noon & 6:30 pm in Spanish.
First Fridays, 8:00 am, 6:30 pm (Spanish).
CONFESSIONS: Saturday: 5:30 pm & 7:00 pm.
Sunday: 6:30 am-12:30 pm. (During Masses) Tuesday &
Thursday 6:30-7:30 pm.
NEW PARISHIONERS ARE VERY WELCOME – PLEASE
AND REGISTER AT THE RECTORY/NUEVOS FELIGRESES SON BIENVENIDOS FAVOR DE PASAR A LA
RECTORIA PARA REGISTRARSE
St. Emydius School
10990 California Ave.
(310) 635-7184 ext. 233
St. Emydius Convent
10950 California Ave.
(310) 635-3264
Religious Education
(310) 639-1249 ext. 229
Educacion Religiosa
PROGRAMA DE CONFIRMACION (310) 639-0546 ext.224
CONFIRMATION PROGRAM (14-18 years old)
OFICINA DE EVANGELIZACION ( 310) 632-6364 ext. 213
GRUPO DE ORACION: Sábados después de Misa de 7:00
pm.
BAPTISMS: Saturdays: Make appointment at the Rectory.
MARRIAGES: Contact a Priest no later than six months before
their proposed wedding date.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All announcements for the Bulletin
must be submitted in writing to Rectory by Friday morning
at 11:00 am.
AVISOS PARA EL BOLETIN: favor de entregarlos en la
Rectoría antes del Viernes a las 11:00 am.
MISAS A LA DIVINA PROVIDENCIA – Primer dia del Mes
a las 12:00 md. y 6:30 pm.
Good News!
January 15, 2017
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)
Is 49:3, 5–6, 1 Cor 1:1–3, Jn 1:29–34
This fresco by Perugino, Michelangelo’s art teacher, is
found on the wall of the Sistine Chapel. Like the other
frescoes in this sacred space, this panel contains multiple
scenes. The central scene is the baptism of Jesus. The
viewer clearly sees Jesus standing in the water, with John
the Baptist next to him, pouring water over his head.
God the Father is above, ready to declare that this is
his beloved Son. The Holy Spirit comes down upon Jesus
in the form of a dove. It was the Spirit who helped John
know that this was the Messiah, the one sent by God to
baptize with the Holy Spirit.
After his baptism, Jesus is sent out to preach and teach.
The fresco reveals that Perugino has read his Bible: the
scene to the right Jesus is shown preaching to the multitudes. John the Baptist’s mission changes, too. He goes
from preparing for the coming of the Messiah to following and testifying about him. This is what the baptized do:
the new life we are given calls and strengthens us to offer
that new life to others.
At our baptism, we were sanctified, forgiven our sins,
incorporated into the body of Christ, and given a mission
to share this baptism with others. In fact, the last words of
Jesus before his ascension were, “Go, therefore, and make
disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the
Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit, teaching
them to observe all that I have commanded you” (Matthew 28:19–20).
For Reflection
How willing am I to share about Jesus and what he
means to me? Do I have family or friends in doubt about
baptizing their child? How can I kindly encourage them?
Fr. Mark Haydu, LC
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JANUARY 15 , 2017
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
ADULT FAITH FORMATION: A CONTINUING
CATECHESIS
A Summarized Presentation of the Catholic
Faith: Based on the Paulist Tradition
By: Merci J. Reynales
- The Old and the New Testaments
- Who Mary and Joseph Were to Jesus
-Revisiting: The Beginning of Jesus’ Life
Focus Questions:
What do we know about Jesus Christ?
What is so unique in his birth, in his life and of
those with him in his early years? On what is the
primary concern of the Gospel writers with Jesus?
_____________
The Gospel writers are concerned primarily with Jesus’ public teachings - - His message
through them to the world. But since the whole of
the gospels was written to tell us “something,”
the story of Jesus early years is well considered,
though briefly.
To recall, the life of Jesus begins with
the story of the angel coming to Mary which
brings out the divine origin of Jesus. Luke 1: 2638 gives an account of how God communicated
to Mary that she was to be the mother of the Savior, and she consented. She miraculously conceived Jesus Christ.
But (again) who is this Mary? Let’s go
back to the sacred Christian mysteries illustrated
by prophetic Old Testament situations. In here,
the angel’s greeting is linked to the prophecy of
Zephaniah (3: 14-20) in which God expresses His
love for the virgin, as the “daughter of Zion”, the
one who represents the best in the people. This
means God loves Israel and lives therein. Mary is
the new Ark of the Covenant, the place where
God dwells, for she too, is “overwhelmed by the
power of the Most High” as written in Exodus
4040:35
The Gospel of Luke emphasizes the virginal conception of Jesus by the question to the
angel: “How can this be, since I have no husband?” (1, 34), and the angel responded. Matthew
tells how Joseph’s doubts upon seeing Mary
pregnant were settled by a revelation that the
conception was miraculous (Matthew 1, 18-25).
Thus, validates the traditional Christian teaching:
Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, remained a virgin all her life. Joseph was the husband of Mary
and the foster- father of Jesus, They both lived
by faith, with all its mystery and obscurity for the
human mind. .
As we begin a new year, may we live like
the Holy Family - - Jesus, Mary and Joseph. May
we gradually grow in profound realization of the
mysteries surrounding the faith we together professed.
PAGE TWO
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 15, 2017
I will make you a light to the nations,
that my salvation may reach
to the ends of the earth. — Isaiah 49:6b
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Heb 5:1-10; Ps 110:1-4; Mk 2:18-22
Heb 6:10-20; Ps 111:1-2, 4-5, 9, 10c;
Mk 2:23-28
Wednesday: Heb 7:1-3, 15-17; Ps 110:1-4; Mk
3:1-6
Thursday: Heb 7:25 — 8:6; Ps 40:7-10, 17; Mk 3:7
-12
Friday:
Heb 8:6-13; Ps 85:8, 10-14; Mk 3:1319
Saturday: Heb 9:2-3, 11-14; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9;
Mk 3:20-21
Sunday:
Is 8:23 — 9:3; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14;
1 Cor 1:10-13, 17; Mt 4:12-23 [12-17]
ADORERS CHILDREN
On Saturday, January 21, the children
will have the opportunity to spend 1
hour with Jesus in the Eucharist, from
6:00pm to 7:00pm.
Do not deprive Jesus the joy of being with the
children! Don’t deprive the children of all the
blessings Jesus in the Eucharist wants to give
them.
CHOOSE LOVE : 01.21.17
You’re Invited! Join Archbishop Gomez and tens of thousands in downtown Los Angeles for the third annual
OneLife LA, an event celebraƟng the beauty and dignity
of every human life from concepƟon to natural death.
On Saturday, January 21,2017 beginning at 12:00 noon
at La Placita/Olvera St., we will walk to Grand Park for a
family-friendly day of inspiring speakers, live music,
entertainment, food trucks, and exhibits from community organizaƟons serving those in need. The Requiem
Mass for the Unborn at the Cathedral will follow at
5pm. Book parish buses now! Get t-shirts, postcards,
posters, buƩons, and everything you need to promote
OneLife LA in your parish and school at OneLifeLA.org.
OFFICE WILL BE
CLOSED
TOMORROW MONDAY
JANUARY 16,
IN OBSERVANCE OF
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR’S DAY
JANUARY 15, 2017
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
To baptize a Child under the age of six years,
parents should register the child at least two
weeks in advance and bring his/her Birth Certificate or Certification of the Hospital. Baptisms are performed the Third Saturday of the
month at 12:00 noon. Parents and Godparents must attend
a Pre-Baptismal class the Wednesday before at 7:30 pm.
Registrations are made during Office hours. Only the
mother or father may register a child.
Note: Godparents, if they are a couple living together
must be married by the Church. If Single, must be Catholic, baptized, confirmed and have received First Communion.
DID YOU KNOW?
Help children communicate by reading between the lines
When children express that something is
wrong at school or with other activities, it's
often the job of caregivers to read between
the lines to determine what's really going on.
They might say "I'm bored" and need your
guidance finding a better school-life balance
or engaging in more challenging academic
work. Ask them to give examples and to help
you understand what is going on. If the child
is still being vague, remind them that they
can tell you anything and that you'll listen
with an open mind. As parents and caregivers, you have the opportunity to help kids
deal well with negative feelings and challenges. And, if they are being mistreated in some
way, keeping an open line of communication
with kids will enable you to be their advocate.
For a copy of the VIRTUS© article
“Communication Tip No. 15: When Children
Complain about School,” email jvienna@la-
WARNING!
Not all churches that use the words “Catholic” or
“Roman Catholic” in their title are in communion
with the Holy Father or under the jurisdiction of
the local Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles . Though lawfully calling themselves “Catholic” under
secular law”, some of these churches, have broken away
from the Roman. Catholic Church for various reasons.
It is not lawful for Roman Catholics to receive sacraments
in these churches, and does not fulfill one’s obligation by
attending their services. Furthermore, the sacrament received would, in most instances, be invalid.
Our Lady of Guadalupe on Carson Street in the City of
Carson, Holy Trinity on Woodruff Avenue in Long Beach
and St. Francis in Bell Gardens are churches located within the San Pedro Pastoral Region that fall within this category and are not a Roman Catholic Church. If you have
reason to doubt the authenticity of any church calling itself
“Catholic” please contact the Archdiocesan Catholic Center at 213) 637-7000 for verification.
PAGE THREE
THREE MISSIONS
Today we begin with one of the “servant
songs” from the book of Isaiah, a song prophetic
of Jesus’ ministry of service. Isaiah’s mission is
not only to bring back the children of Jacob to
gather in Israel; it is also to be “a light to the nations” (Isaiah 49:6). Jesus Christ, as servant, will
be the fulfillment of the ancient prophecy and
the basis of the new.
This Sunday we begin a series of readings
from Paul’s letter to the Corinthians. Here Paul
is identified by his mission: he is an apostle of
Jesus Christ. The church at Corinth to whom he
addresses this letter is also identified: it is part
of the universal church of God. The Corinthians
are called to holiness, as are all Christians.
Though the feast of the Baptism of the Lord
was celebrated last Monday, today’s Gospel also alludes to the importance of that event. The
reading emphasizes that Jesus “outranks” John:
his baptism in the Spirit will eradicate sin. Jesus
accepts John’s baptism, even though it is he
himself who is the Lamb of God.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
As soon as Christmas ends, people begin planning
for Easter! Originally, the source of our Paschal Triduum
was but a single liturgy extending from Saturday sundown to sunrise on Easter Sunday. The two days leading
up to the liturgy were days of fast, not only for the elect,
but for the church preparing to baptize them. A fifthcentury pope explained that the church imitated the
apostles, who were in hiding with their grief from the arrest of Jesus, and therefore sacraments, even penance,
were forbidden.
Inevitably, though, people wanted to come together,
and so eventually a Liturgy of the Word developed for
Good Friday. This was the first step toward today’s
shape of the Triduum, and gradually new ideas were embraced, including the veneration of the cross and a simple Communion service. Interestingly, the Word remained central, since we know that in those days the
pope did not receive Communion at this liturgy, even
though the faithful had that option. In the other churches
of Rome, priests and people received Communion under
both species. Although the custom of Communion on
Good Friday took hold, it did not endure past the Middle
Ages. The central liturgies of the year slowly unraveled
and disappeared from parish life. Remember that there
were no seminaries in those days, and books were a rare
luxury. Most priests could only manage to celebrate a
simple “low” Mass, and few parishes could afford the ritual books that would guide a priest through the complex
forms. Holy Week remained important in private devotion, but for a time the liturgies virtually disappeared.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
ENERO 15, 2017
SEGUNDO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
INTENCIONES DE MISAS
Cuando deseen ofrecer una Misa por una Intención
especial,(Acción de Gracias, Cumpleaños, Enfermedad, Difunto, etc.), favor de solicitarla en la Rectoría
por lo menos una semana antes de la fecha deseada.
FAVOR DE NO PEDIRLAS A ULTIMO
MOMENTO EN LA SACRISTIA
NI EN LA OFICINA
DECIDE AMAR:
21.01.17
¡Estas Invitado! Acompaña al Arzobispo Gómez y a
decenas de miles de personas a la tercera celebración de UnaVida LA en el centro de Los Ángeles.
Un evento anual que celebra la belleza y la dignidad
de toda vida humana desde la concepción hasta la
muerte natural. Empieza a las 12 del día en La
Placita/Olvera St., caminaremos hacia Grand Park
para un día familiar donde habrán conferencistas,
música en vivo, entretenimiento, camiones de
comida, y puestos de organizaciones comunitarias
que sirven a personas necesitadas. Concluiremos
con una misa para los no nacidos en la catedral a
las 5PM. Consigue (camisetas, carteles, flyers,
prendedores) todo lo necesario para promover
UnaVida LA en nuestra página UnaVidaLA.org
HUELLAS DIGITALES
Sábado 21 de Enero
En la Rectoría de 10:00am a 5:00pm
Para todos los miembros de los grupos que
aún no se las han tomado..
Para hacer cita llamar a Josefina al 310)
637-7095, ext. 214, de Lunes a Viernes de
9:00am a 3;00pm.
INTENCIONES DEL PAPA
Si usted desea unirse a las intenciones del Papa aquí le ofrecemos las del mes de Enero
2017
Los cristianos al servicio de los desafíos de
La humanidad.
Por todos los cristianos, para que, fieles a las
enseñanzas del Señor, aporten con la oración y
la caridad fraterna, a restablecer la plena comunión eclesial, colaborando para responder a
los desafíos actuales de la humanidad.
PAGINA CUATRO
Para Bautizar a un/a niño/a de Cero a
Seis años se requiere que sean registrados con dos semanas de anticipación,
deben presentar Acta de
Nacimiento o
Certificado del Hospital
LOS BAUTISMOS EN ESPAÑOL SON:
SABADOS A LAS 12:00MD.
TERCER SABADO DEL MES EN INGLES
Papás y Padrinos deben asistir a una clase PreBautismal el Miércoles anterior al dia del Bautizo,
de 6:30pm a 9:00pm en el Templo.
Las registraciones son en horas de oficina,
cualquier dia de la semana. Solamente el Papá o
la Mamá pueden registrarlos.
Nota muy importante: Los Padrinos, un hombre y
una mujer, solamente una pareja, deben ser
mayores de 16 años y haber recibido los 3 Sacramentos: Bautismo, Primera Comunión y Confirmación; si son pareja, deben estar casados por la
Iglesia, de lo contrario deberán ser solteros sin
compromiso.
R I C A (Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para
Adultos)
Hemos iniciado este proceso para adultos a quienes
les falta:
 Primera Comunión
 Confirmación
 Bautismo
Sesión en Inglés, los Domingos de 12:00 a 2:00pm.Asistiendo a Misa de
11:00am.
Sesión en Español, Domingos de 3:00 a 5pm. Asistiendo a Misa de 2:00pm.
Más información llamando al Sr. Jorge Rodríguez al
Tel. 310) 637-7095 ext 220 los Jueves y Viernes de
4:00pm a 7:30pm. Salón St. Andrew.
RETIRO DE INICIACION
Febrero 4 y 5, 2017
En el Auditorio Parroquial
LA OFICINA PARROQUIAL
PERMANECERA CERRADA
MAÑANA LUNES 16 DE ENERO
EN CELEBRACION DEL DIA
DE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
ENERO 15, 2017
SEGUNDO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
PRESENTACION DE NÑOS,
LEVANTAMIENTO
DEL NIÑO DIOS
Y BENDICION VELAS
Jueves 2 de Febrero, 2017
En Misa de 6:30pm.
Presentar los niños al Templo fué en el Antiguo
Testamento un mandato legal, una obligación;
para los cristianos, en cambio, es una devoción.
En el Nuevo Testamento dejó de ser imposición. Es decir, se trata ahora de una acción
libre y vo-luntaria que no conlleva coacción física ni moral. Los papás que no presentan a sus
niños al templo no cometen pecado alguno
porque no faltan a ningún Mandamiento ni Sacramento. La Presentación de niños es una costumbre y tradición; en ese día meditamos el
cuarto
de
los
Misterios
gozosos;
La
Presentación del Niño Jesús al Templo y la Purificación de la Virgen Maria, es por consiguiente, un acto piadoso y muy cristiano de los papás que deseen consagrar a sus niños a Dios.
Los niños que sean presentados no necesitan
padrinos, pero si gustan pueden traerlos, ojalá
sean los mismos del Bautizo.
SOLO NIÑOS DE 0 A 12 AÑOS, NO NIÑAS.
Traer una vela por cada niño. Los adultos
pueden traer varias velas, recuerden que es
muy importante tener velas benditas en casa.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Heb 5:1-10; Sal 110 (109):1-4; Mc
2:18- 22
Martes: Heb 6:10-20; Sal 111 (110):1-2, 4-5,
9, 10c; Mc 2:23-28
Miércoles: Heb 7:1-3, 15-17; Sal 110 (109):1-4;
Mc 3:1-6
Jueves: Heb 7:25 — 8:6; Sal 40 (39):7-10,
17; Mc 3:7-12
Viernes: Heb 8:6-13; Sal 85 (84):8, 10-14; Mc
3:13-19
Sábado: Heb 9:2-3, 11-14; Sal 47 (46):2-3, 69; Mc 3:20-21
Domingo: Is 8:23 — 9:3; Sal 27 (26):1, 4,
13-14; 1 Cor 1:10-13, 17; Mt 4:1223 [12-17]
PAGINA CINCO
PROGRAMA CORTO DE PREPARACION
PARA EL SACRAMENTO DE
LA CONFIRMACION PARA ADULTOS
EN ESPAÑOL
Martes 7pm, a 9pm. Salón 8B, inicia el
31 de Enero, termina en Mayo. Cupo limitado a 35 personas.
♦
♦
Aún pueden registrarse, Cuota, $50.00
Favor de traer copia reciente de los
Certificados de Bautismo y Primera
Comunión,
Nombre del Padrino o Madrina.
Más información con el Sr. Jorge
Rodríguez, Jueves y Viernes de 4 a 7pm,
Salón St. Andrew, Tel. 310) 637-7095, ext.
220.
¡ADVERTENCIA!
No todas las Iglesias que utilizan
las palabras “Católica” o “católico
romana” en el título están en comuión con el Santo Padre o bajo la jurisdicción del Azobispo Católico Romano de los
Angeles. Aunque legalmente llamándose a
si mismos “católica” en virtud de la ley secular, algunas de estas Iglesias se han separado de la Iglesia Católica Romana”, por
diversas razones.
No es legal que los Católicos Romanos reciban sacramentos en estas Iglesias, y uno no
cumple con las obligaciones propias, asistiendo a sus servicios. Por otra parte, los
sacramentos recibidos, en la mayoría de los
casos serán inválidas.
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe en la calle
Carson en la ciudad de Carson, Santa Trinidad en la avenida Woodruff en Long Beach
y San Francisco en Bell Gardens son Iglesias situada dentro de la Region Pastoral de
San Pedro que caen dentro de esta categoría y no son una Iglesia Católica Romana.
Si usted tiene razones para dudar de la autenticidad de cualquier iglesia que se hace
llamar “Católica”, por favor, póngase en contacto con el Centro Católico de la Arquidiócesis al 213) 637-7000 para verificación.
ENERO 15, 2017
SEGUNDO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
ACTIVIDADES PARROQUIALES
Enero 15-22, 2017
Grupo
AcƟvidad
Salón
PAGINA SEIS
Segundo Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
Hora
DOMINGO 15
PRESENTACION DE NIÑOS Y NIIÑAS
Coro Stella Maris
Venta Grande
Patio
6-10pm
Comité del Via Crucis
Venta Chica
Patio
6-10pm
RICA
Clase
8B
11am-5pm
ORE
Clases
Salones/8A 8am-12md.
Coro Marana Tha
Ensayo
Biblioteca
6-7pm
Coro Cavervi
Ensayo
Jerusalén
7-8pm
Cabnalleeros de Colón
Reunión
Jerusalén
LUNES 16
DIA DE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. OFICINA CERRADA
Lectores
Reunión
Templo
7’9pm
ORE
Charlas p-Papás
Auditorio
7’9pm
NO OTRAS REUNIONES
MARTES 17
Legión de María
Reunión
Jerusalén 4:15-5:45pm
Comité del Via Crucis
Reunión
7B
7-9pm
Coro Oasis
Ensayo
Biblioteca 5:30-7:30pm
Coro Nueva Alianza
Ensayo
San José
7-9pm
Al-Anon
Reunión
Jerusalén
10:00am
Evangelización
Renueva tu fe
Jerusalén
7:8:30pm
Cavervi
Crecimiento
Biblioteca 7-:30-9pm
ORE
Reunión
Audit/8A
7-9pm
MIERCOLES 18
Coro Stella Maris
Ensayo
Biblioteca
5-7pm
Equipo Litúrgicco
Reunión
Jerusalén 7:15pm-9pm
Com.de Evang.p/Matrims. Reuniónb
Auditorio
7-9pm
Cavervi =-Coro juv.
Ensayo
St.Peter
7-9pm
Coro Maranatha
Ensayo
Biblioteca
7-9pm
Cruzados de Jesús
Oración
8A
7-9pm
JUEVES 19
Coro Getsemaní
Ensayo
Biblioteca 5:30-7;30pm
Coro Nueva Alianza
Ensayo
Ensayo
7-9pm
Confirmacioón
Clases
Salones/Aud
6-9pm
Monaguillos
Reunión
Templo-Bibliot 730pm
VIERNES 20
Al-Anon
Reunion
Jerusalén
10;00AM
English Liturgy
Meeting
7B
6:30-7:30pm
Cav ervi
Reunión
Auditorio
7-9:30pm
Encuentro Matrimonial
Reunión
Jerusalén 7:30-9:30pm
Coro Ríos de Agua Viva
Ensayo
8A
7-9pm
SABADO 21
Comedorres Com pulsivos Reunión
Jerusalén
4-5:30pm
ORE
Clases
Salones/Jerus 8am-3pm
Cruzados de Jesús
Oración
Templo
7-9pm
Adoración Nocturna
Vigilia
Biblioteca 8am. 9pm
Confirmación
Retiro
Auditorio
7am’9pm
Virtus
mpresión de huellas
9am’5pm
DOMINGO 22
Cavervi
Venta Grande
Patio
6am-10pm
Guadalupanos
Venta Chica
Patio
6am-10pm
RICA
Clase
8B
2-5pm
ORE
Clases
Salones/8A 8am-12md.
Coro Marana Tha
Ensayo
Biblioteca
6-7pm
Coro Cavervi
Ensayo
Jerusalén
7-8pm
DIOS SABE MEJOR
La sabiduría creadora de Dios llegó a su apogeo
cuando hizo a los seres humanos. En la cabeza hay
cuatro orificios para el ingreso de información, y ape—Anónimo
nas uno para la salida.
15 de enero de 2017
Te voy a convertir en luz
de las naciones,
para que mi salvación llegue
hasta los últimos rincones
de la tierra. — Isaías 49:6b
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El Sábado 21 los niños que deseen,
tendrán la oportunidad de pasar 1 hora
con Nuestro Señor Jesús en la Eucaristía, de 6:00pm a 7:00pm en la Biblioteca Parroquial.
No prives a Jesús de la alegría de estar con los
niños. No prives a los niños de recibir todas las
bendiciones que Jesús en la Eucaristía les puede
dar.
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Se invita a todas las parejas que
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negativos. Y, si están siendo maltratados de alguna
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