January 29, 2017 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time St. Andrew Catholic Church Martin Luther King, Jr Awards on January 15, 2017 806 NE Alberta Street Portland, OR 97212 Father Dave Zegar Tel: 503-281-4429 Fax: 503-281-4411 firstname.lastname@example.org www.standrewchurch.com photos by Steve Hambuchen Veterans for Peace, award accepted by Mike Hastie Parishioners Catherine Bax and Ann Turner Welcoming Statement St. Andrew is a faith community baptized into one body, which honors and celebrates diversity. We welcome and include persons of every color, language, ethnicity, origin, ability, sexual orientation, gender expression, marital status, and life situation. La Parroquia de San Andrés es una comunidad bautizada en un cuerpo, que honra y celebra la diversidad. Acogemos a las personas de todos colores, lenguas, razas, origenes, habilidades, orientación sexual, estado civil y estilos de vida. January 29, 2017 St. Andrew’s 3rd Reducing Gun Violence Forum Community Center News Volunteer Appreciation Tuesday, March 14, 7:30 PM Community Center Appropriate for adults and teens Today’s Liturgy By Deacon Owen Cummings The Beatitudes from the Lord’s Sermon on the Mount form our Gospel reading for the solemnity of All Saints. Each beatitude reflects the present order in the first part, even as it looks to the final consummation in the second. Earth and heaven are brought into conjunction. This is really what Jesus is: earth and heaven in one Person. In reality the Beatitudes describe the person of Jesus himself. The Anglican New Testament scholar, R. H. Fuller, puts it nicely when he says, “He was all the things and did all the things the beatitudes enumerate.” He is the one who is really poor in spirit. The reign of God is his. In fact, as Origen of Alexandria put it, he is the reign of God in person, he is autobasileia. He is lowly, he hungers and thirsts for holiness, he shows mercy. Jesus is single-hearted, focused on his Father, is the peacemaker par excellence, and, above all else, is the one who is persecuted for holiness’ sake. All saints are saints in Christ. Without him there is no existence, nor holiness. In the Litany of Saints we formally note those women and men whose lives and witness exemplify the Beatitudes of the Blessed One in whom they have flourished, and in whom we too are called to flourish. © 2003, OCP. All rights reserved. Today’s Readings Zephaniah 2:3; 3:12-13 Psalm:Blessed are the poor in spirit; the kingdom of heaven is theirs.1 1 Corinthians 1:26-31 Each of us can help make our communities safer. Important gun safety bills are being considered by the Oregon Legislature. Lives will be saved if these bills become law. We’ll learn about these bills from legislative experts, and professional lobbyists will explain how to effectively advocate for these bills. We’ll receive detailed information on how to contact our legislators. Each of us can Act Locally to make Oregon a safer place to live. Don Porter has been a steady and reliable volunteer for many years. His dedication to helping set up for coffee and donuts every week of the year is so very much appreciated. Don was even here on the snowy Sundays! Many thanks, Don! St. Andrew Blood Drive Anti-racism Forum Tuesday February 14, 7-9pm in the Community Center Please join us on Valentine’s Day for an important conversation rooted in love and compassion. David Billings will be discussing his new book, The History and Persistence of White Supremacy. David is an anti-racist trainer and organizer with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, based in New Orleans. He has worked with anti-racist organizing groups in the US for the last 30 years. This discussion has been organized by the Northwest arm of People’s Institute, in collaboration with Black Lives Matter – Vancouver and SURJ. Prayer Requests For prayer requests via e-mail, please contact Louise Kasper at 503.280.2690, or e-mail your request to email@example.com Matthew 5:1-12 2 Give Blood. Give Life. Patients are depending on us. Sunday, February 26th 8:30AM to 1:30PM appointments available Contact Bob Granger to schedule your donation. (503) 351-1708 firstname.lastname@example.org St. Andrew Food Pantry Job opportunity We are hiring a part time driver and laborer at $15 per hour. Every Tuesday from 12:45 to 3:45 PM and the first Saturday of the month from 8:45 to 11:45 AM. Duties include driving the church box truck to the Oregon Food Bank, shopping the OFB warehouse, helping volunteers unload the truck and stock the pantry. Bilingual speaker of English and Spanish preferred. Contact Lisa Hatten (503) 281-4429 ext. 16. Join St. Andrew Church T o find out more about St. Andrew and to join our community, fill out a registration form found on the Hospitality tables at both entrances to the church. You can also learn more at our website: www.standrewchurch.com St. Andrew Catholic Church 806 NE Alberta Street Portland, OR 97211 MASS SCHEDULE La Misa Domingo: 9:30 am (Ingles), 12:30 pm (Español) La Misa Diaria: 9:00 am (martes-viernes) Confesiones: 4:30 - 5:00 pm los sábados Primer Sábado del mes, misa bilingue Maya Kanhoval y Español a las 5:30 pm LOS MINISTERIOS STAFF Fr. Dave Zegar, ext.11 email@example.com Office Receptionist Diana Ruiz, ext. 10 firstname.lastname@example.org Asistentes Pastoralesy Comité Hispano Diacono Diaconoy Ministerio Maya Grupo de Jovenes Lectores Preparación Bautizos Promotores de Salud Catequesis Bulletin Editor Steve Blaske 503-249-0140 email@example.com Community Center Dir Lisa Hatten ext. 16 firstname.lastname@example.org Hispanic Ministry Diana Ruiz, ext. 17 email@example.com Janitor Ricky Ford Liturgy/Music eligious Education R Administrative Council John Kelly 503.528.8221 firstname.lastname@example.org Auction Co-Chairs Patty Gardner 503.936.5542 email@example.com Building & Maintenance Jerry Lindsay 503.757.6644 Community Center Lisa Hatten 503.880.0116 Management Council firstname.lastname@example.org Hispanic Committee Bertha Moseson 503.729.8075 email@example.com Liturgy Commission Michael Prendergast, ext.12 firstname.lastname@example.org MACG Core Team Bev Logan 503.922.9481 email@example.com Pastoral Council Damon Williams firstname.lastname@example.org St. Vincent de Paul Joe Condon 971.221.8636 email@example.com April Sandoval, ext. 23 firstname.lastname@example.org Alejandro Bautista; 503-314-4844 AlexBautista001@gmail.com MINISTRIES & PROGRAMS Art & Environment Tom La Voie 503.737.5570 TLL726@gmail.com Community Forum Open position E-mail Prayers Louise Kasper 503.280.2690 email@example.com Emergency Services Joe Condon, 971.244.0339 firstname.lastname@example.org Welcoming LGBTQ Jerry Deas 503.319.1326 Ministry email@example.com Gospel Choir Edna Hicks 503.287.2360 Hospitality Elizabeth Weber 503.493.9271 Infant Baptism Molly Hiro, 503.289.2419 firstname.lastname@example.org Diana Ruiz 503.281.4429, ext. 17 email@example.com Paul Riek 503-926-4854 Ramón Jacob 503.288.5913 Romeo Jimenez 971.221.6298 firstname.lastname@example.org Alejandro Bautista email@example.com Esteban e Isabel Ruiz 503.735.4617 Diana Ruiz 503-281-4429. ext. 17 Cesar Geronimo firstname.lastname@example.org Martina Murray 503.922-1602 Isabel Camacho 503.737.5192 COUNCIL & COMMITTEE CHAIRS Michael Prendergast, ext. 12 email@example.com Youth Ministry Jessica Chapman, ext. 35 firstname.lastname@example.org Youth Ministry Fax 503-281-4411 SERVICIOS Saturday Vigil: 5:30 pm Sunday Eucharist: 9:30 am (English), 12:30 pm (Spanish) Weekday Eucharist: 9:00 am (Tuesday-Friday) Reconciliation: 4:30 - 5:00 pm Saturday First Saturday of each month, 5:30 pm bilingual Mayan Community Eucharist in Spanish and Kanhoval Pastor Ph. 503-281-4429 ST. ANDREW CALENDAR JAN. 29 to FEB. 4 St. Andrew Legal Clinic 503.281.1500 St. Andrew Nativity School 503.335.9600 One Spirit-One Call OSOC.email@example.com 3 Monday Hispanic Mens Basketball 7:00 PM Thursday Dental Clinic 8:00 AM Friday Hispanic Youth Group 6:30 PM Saturday Mayan Mass 5:30 PM Confessions4:30 PM Daily Mass at 9:00 AM on Tuesday - Friday View online parish calendar at www.standrewchurch.com Claiming your Life with Vitality, Purpose and Joy February 2 Liturgy PRESENTATION OF THE LORD: This feast of Our Lord on February second used to be the feast of the Purification of Mary. It is also called “Candlemas Day,” because part of the ritual for this day is the blessing of candles. People can be invited to bring candles from their homes to be blessed. Some parishes hand out blessed candles at the end of the day’s liturgies. Blessed candles from today’s feast are used for the blessing of throats on the next day, the feast of St. Blaise. The feast has traditionally involved processions and candles. The feast recalls the Jewish rite of an infant’s presentation forty days after birth. Blessing candles has always been a traditional way of remembering Jesus—Light of the World— as well as the call to ourselves to be light for one another. Traditionally, all the candles used for the coming year are blessed as we remember the story of Jesus being presented by his parents at the Temple of Jerusalem. In words used as a canticle of praise in the evening prayer of the church, the prophet Simeon foretold about the Child: “A light of revelation to the Gentile world, and the glory of his people, Israel.” Once again, the church celebrates a basic gift, the gift of light, a gift that we take for granted, and it gives it new meaning. Besides the light that we share in our homes and work, we can be reminded that Jesus is the Light of the World. Four reflection mornings with Marianne LaBarre * Inner listening * Creative Expression * Sharing * Guided Meditations * Prayerful Ritual Saturday Mornings Feb. 11, March 11, April 8, May 13 9:30-12:30 Oscar Romero Room, St. Andrews Church Explore your Life journey to affirm Your Life Giving priorities. Fee is sliding scale and includes supplies, refreshments and 50% donation to St. Andrews emergency services. Dr. Marianne LaBarre is Professor Emeritus from Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry with a background in spiritual and personal growth and discernment To register and save a place contact Marianne LaBarre firstname.lastname@example.org Religious Eduction GIFTS FOR THE POOR First Communion preparation classes start back up on Sunday, January 22nd. Please bring non-perishable food, diapers, and toiletry items and drop them in the St. Vincent de Paul barrels in the entryway of the church each Sunday. You are encouraged to place one of your items in the basket that is held at the ambo during the preparation of the gifts. INFANT BAPTISM For more information contact Molly Hiro at 503-289-2419. Baptisms have been scheduled for 2/26/2017, 8 OT; 4/16/2017, Easter Sunday; 6/11/2017, Most Holy Trinity; 7/30/2017, 17 OT; 10/08/2017, 27 OT; 1/07/2018, Epiphany of the Lord. Garaventa Center at the University of Portland Mary in Early Christian Faith and Devotion Tuesday, January 31st at 7:15 PM, Franz Hall 120 University of Oregon professor of religious studies Stephen Shoemaker delves into ancient images and texts to explain the rise of Marian devotion in early Christianity. Lost and Found Lost and found clothes, glasses, shoes, etc. are held for one month, in the clear bin, on the shelf inside the sacristy. Please claim your lost and found items or they will be given to Goodwill. 4 Why Theology Needs the Simpsons Wed., February 1st at 7:15 PM Franz Hall 120 Connections between religion and America’s longest running will be tapped by Mike Wode and Brenden Ryan, CSC, of the University of Portland. Part of the Beckman Humor Project. St. Vincent de Paul / St. Andrew Emergency Services A Way of Love and Freedom The call to repentance is fundamental to the whole Christian Tradition. It echoes throughout the Old Testament and lies at the very beginning of the New. The early Fathers of the Church, the Councils, the saints, countless thousands of the faithful believed and tried to live out this call. How is it possible, then, that so many contemporary Christians—At least in the West—seem unable or unwilling to hear and answer it? There are two main reasons for this, I think. First of all, perhaps, we no longer understand the real meaning of repentance. We do not often understand it in its true religious sense, as a way of love and freedom, of total trust in God’s infinite mercy. Instead, we tend to view it in mainly psychological terms: as a negative emotion or state of mind, an expression of an exaggerated, even neurotic, sense of guilt. Secondly, because we often do not understand the nature of salvation, we do not realize the immensity of what we have lost as a result of sin. We cannot, therefore, mourn the absence of what we do not know we could have. In fact, we do not understand the true nature of sin. We tend to think of it as disobedience, the breaking of this or that commandment, individual wrong acts, rather than as a painful condition of the human spirit, a shadow background of all our lives. Thus we are inclined to view repentance as a way of paying a debt, a spiritual “transaction,” and do not easily see it as a way of healing and life. Irma Zaleski was born in Poland in 1931. She has lived in Canada since 1952, where she has worked as a translator, university lecturer, and writer Society of St. Vincent de Paul: All donations to the St. Andrew Conference of St. Vincent de Paul support those in need in our community. Please write checks to St. Vincent de Paul/St. Andrew so it goes to emergency services of our parish. Bulletin Announcements In order to ensure timely printing and delivery of bulletins, announcements and materials for next Sunday’s bulletin must be received by 5 PM on the prior Monday. Send your announcements to Steve Blaske at email@example.com Birthdays This Week Ministerio Hispano Bautizos: Preparación pre-bautismal es cada segundo sábado de mes a las 7pm. Y los bautizos son cada cuarto domingo del mes (excepto durante cuaresma). Llame a Diana al 503-281-4429 ext 17 para registrarse. Quinceañeras: Se realizan cada tercer sábado del mes. Tienen que ser miem- bros de la parroquia y tener la primera comunión hecha. Llame a Diana al 503-281-4429 ext 17 para registrarse y confirmar la fecha. Bodas: Comunicarse directamente con Padre David al 503-281-4429 ext 11. Primera Comunión: Habrá regis- traciones durante los domingos del mes de septiembre. Se inician también registraciones para la Catequesis del Buen Pastor para niños en edades de 3 a 9 años. Este es un programa bilingüe e interactivo en el que los niños aprenden sobre la biblia y la liturgia y está basado en el entendimiento de que los niños tienen una relación innata con Dios. Las clases inician en el mes de octubre durante los domin- gos a la hora de la misa 12:30pm. Religiosa registro Educación El registro de educación religiosa para niños de 3-10 años de edad y de confirmación , se extenderá hasta el mes de septiembre. Primera Comunión ( típicamente de 7 años de edad) y Catequesis de las clases del Buen Pastor (edades 3-10) se pondrá en marcha el domingo 23 de octubre. Puede registrarse por: - Poner en contacto abril Sandoval al 503.281.4429 ext . 23 o asandoval@ archdpdx.org y solicitar un formulario - En una mesa después de la misa del domingo de septiembre de 18 y 25 Today: Graydon Miller, Francisco Munoz,Sr., and Harriet Lee This week: Daniel Adkisson, Jeronimo Fajardo, Hector Valle, Fia Arias Ostias Libres De Gluten Anniversaries This Week Fernando Torres and Mireya Acosta, and Francisco Manuel and Ana Pascual 5 Es usted intolerante al gluten o tiene alergias a algunos ingredients que no le permiten tomar Comunion? La Parroquia de San Andres ofrecera ostias echas libre de gluten. Las ostias estan echas de agua filtrada, harina de arroz, harina de papas, aceite organico de palmas, levadura de papas, y lecitina de girasol. Si usted necesita ostias para la Comunion que sean libres de gluten, por favor contacte a Diana Ruiz al 503281-4429 ext 17.
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