March 5, 2017 - St. Augustine Cathedral

Saint Augustine Cathedral
First Sunday of Lent
March 5, 2017
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
Weekly Parish Information 2 - 3
Liturgical
4-5
Parish News
6-8
Prayer List
Diocese News
7
8-9
The Catholic Community of St. Augustine Cathedral, nourished by the
Eucharist and guided by the Holy Spirit, is sent forth to proclaim the
Good News of God’s love for all people.
As a Parish Community, we will put this into action by continuously
developing a Pastoral Program that reaches out to meet the needs of our
Parishioners and community.
192 S. Stone Ave. • Tucson, Arizona 85701 • Tel (520) 623-6351 • Fax (520) 623-0088 • cathedral-staugustine.org
Parish Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 9 - 5 / Friday 9 - 4
REGULAR MASS
SCHEDULE
ST. AUGUSTINE CATHEDRAL
CLERGY & STAFF DIRECTORY
Saturday
Rector: Rev. Gonzalo Villegas
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5:30 pm English Vigil | Organist
(Fulfills Sunday obligation)
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Showri Raju Narra
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Sunday
6:30 am
8:00 am
10:00 am
12:00 pm
5:30 pm
Deacons: Keating Ackerley • Salvador Carmona • Charles Gallegos
English | No Music
Spanish | Mariachi
English | Choir
English | Choir
Spanish | Coro
Weekday English Masses
7:00 am & 12:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Holy Days
except Christmas/New Years
7:00 am
12:00 pm
5:30 pm
English
English
Spanish
Sacrament of Penance
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Capuchin Priests: Rev. Robert Kose • Rev. John Francis Samsa
Saturday
Office Manager: Margaret Ortiz Ochoa
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Secretary: Norma Madril
x101
Receptionist: Cecilia Metz
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Compliance Officer: Terry Gill
x116
Sacristan: Richard Martinez
Diocesan & Cathedral Director of Music: Carlos Zapien
x114
Maintenance: Gloria Ramos • Cecilia Metz • Nick Gomez
x118
Rectory Housekeeper: Norma Pinedo
Bulletin & Website Editor: Patty Alcala
ORGANIZATIONS & COMMITTEES
Altar Server Society: Barbara Pitts
stacaltarservers@gmail.com
Adult Bible Study: Gene Benton Docent/Hospitality: Leilani Gomez
ADVERTISE YOUR
BUSINESS WITH US
If you are interested in placing
an ad for your company in our
Bulletin, please contact
Claudia Borders at (520) 298-1265
VISIT US ON THE WEB
cathedral-staugustine.org
facebook/
staugustinecathedral
520-730-3269
520-419-9677
lgomezaz@gmail.com
Eucharistic Ministers: Liz Aguallo
Events Fundraising: Leilani Gomez
520-850-4967
lgomezaz@gmail.com
Finance Council: Joe Ladenburg message parish office
Keep Cathedral Grounds Beautiful: John Jacome johnj4698@gmail.com
Knights of Columbus: Hector Tellez message parish office
Lectors: Liz Aguallo
520-850-4967
Pastoral Council: Liz Aguallo
520-850-4967
RCIA: Deacon Charles Gallegos • Gene Benton
520-419-9677
Sociedad Guadalupana: Juan Carlos Martinez
520-309-8689
St. Vincent de Paul: Josefina Valenzuela message parish office
Usher Society: Luis E. Kamei lekamei@msn.com
Youth Group: Matt Yanez 520-979-4715 • Ariana Varelas 520-548-9484
Young Adult Group: Stephanie Ramirez
520-977-1306
BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENT DEADLINE:
Please submit your request to the parish office two Fridays before the
weekend you need your announcement in bulletin. Thank you.
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PARISH INFORMATION
THIS WEEK IN THE PARISH
Sunday/Domingo 6:30am 8:00am
10:00am
10:30am
12:00pm
3:00pm
5:30pm
3/5/2017
English Mass
San Antonio & San Judas
Spanish Mass
+ Manuel Saiz
English Mass
+ Carlotta G. Lozano
& Ren Family (Health)
YOUTH GROUP
English Mass
+ Robert & Frances Tellez
RITE OF ELECTION - BISHOP KICANAS
Spanish Mass
+ Aristeo Hermelinda Montoya
Monday/Lunes 3/6/2017
7:00am
12:00pm
5:15pm
+ Yvonne Lizardi
+ Monica Rene Pinedo
Tech Sargent Daniel Marrufo
Daily English Mass
Daily English Mass
Lenten Mass
Tuesday/Martes
3/7/2017
7:00am Daily English Mass
For our Lady’s guidance and final care of
Geraldine Harrington Treanor
12:00pm
Daily English Mass
Gustavo Gamez, Jr.
5:15pm
Lenten Mass
+ Antonio Magdalero Gonzales
6:00pm
CONFIRMATION CLASS
6:00pm
PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING
Wednesday/Miercoles
3/8/2017
7:00am
12:00pm
5:15pm
6:30pm
People of the Parish
+ Maria Moreno Mejia
+ Carlotta Soto
Ash Wednesday Mass
Ash Wednesday Mass
Lenten Mass
RCIA
Thursday/Jueves
7:00am
12:00pm
5:15pm
6:00pm
YOUTH GROUP
10:30am
EVERY SUNDAY
ST VINCENT DE PAUL
MEETINGS
6:30pm
2ND & 4TH TUESDAYS
RCIA
6:30pm - 8:00pm
EVERY WEDNESDAY
ADORATION IN CHAPEL
6:00pm - 7:00pm
EVERY THURSDAY
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
6:00pm - 8:00pm
1ST & 3RD THURSDAYS
Held at San Cosme Chapel
Gene Benton at 520-419-9677
OUR LADY ROSARY
9:30am - 10:30am
FIRST SATURDAY
Held in Our Lady’s Chapel
3/10/2017
YOUTHFEST
Daily English Mass
Carol Quijada
Daily English Mass
+ Manuela T. Granillo
Lenten Mass
Carlotta Soto
STATIONS OF THE CROSS (SPANISH)
WITH ALL YOUR HEART 2017 KICKOFF MEETING
STATIONS OF THE CROSS (ENGLISH)
Saturday/Sabado
5:30pm
3/9/2017
Daily English Mass
Bala Swamy
Daily English Mass
+ Pedro Garcia, Sr.
Lenten Mass
Carlotta Soto
ADORATION & ROSARY IN CHAPEL
Friday/Viernes
ALL DAY
7:00am
12:00pm
5:15pm
5:45pm
6:30pm
7:00pm
RECURRING EVENTS
Vigil Mass - BISHOP
3/11/2017
+ Augustine & Dolores Montano
Sunday/Domingo 3/12/2017
6:30am
8:00am 10:00am
10:30am
12:00pm
5:30pm
+ Dalia Miranda Mata
+ Juan & Frances Cortez
+ Michael Hubbard
English Mass
Spanish Mass English Mass
YOUTH GROUP
English Mass
Spanish Mass
+ Frances Cody
+ Adrian Oros Medina
VISIT CATHEDRAL-STAUGUSTINE.ORG FOR MORE.
PARISH INFORMATION
COLLECTIONS
February 19, 2017
Sunday Collection:
2nd Collect: $6,274.09
$1,534.24
Thank you for your support.
God bless you!
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FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT
MARCH 5, 2017
“The Lord, your God, shall you worship
and him alone shall you serve.”
— Matthew 4:10
STRENGTH AGAINST TEMPTATION
The first Sunday of the season of Lent always includes a Gospel account of the temptation of the
Lord Jesus in the desert by the devil. This year, the story is set against the backdrop of the first reading
from Genesis, which recounts the very first temptation by the devil. That story is set in a garden of
delight. The Gospel story is set in the desert. As believers, we know that temptation comes our way in
our own gardens of delight as well as the deserts of our lives. As Lent begins, our attention is drawn to
that temptation within each of us to become like God—we want control, power, and answers to all of
life’s difficult questions. As communities of faith, we are given this season of repentance so that we can
join our hearts with others on the difficult journey of conversion. We look to God and to one another for
strength against temptation. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The man
and the woman ate the fruit
of the one tree that God had
told them to avoid, and their
shame overtook them.
(Genesis 2:7-9; 3:1-7)
Psalm — Be merciful, O Lord,
for we have sinned (Psalm 51).
Second Reading — Death
reigned from Adam to Moses,
but now grace and life abound
in Christ Jesus.
(Romans 5:12-19 [12, 17-19])
Gospel — Jesus was led into
the desert by the Spirit and
there he fasted for forty days
and forty nights.
(Matthew 4:1-11)
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary
for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on
English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
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TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Luego de una larga peregrinación, una imagen de Cristo llegó
al pueblo de Esquipulas, Guatemala, el 9 de marzo de 1595. Dicha
imagen negra de Cristo crucificado fue esculpida por Quirio
Cataño a pedido de los habitantes del pueblo recién evangelizado.
En 1595, la recién esculpida estatua de Cristo iba rumbo a su
destino, pero por cada pueblo que pasaba la gente pedía que lo
dejaran una noche para que los fieles pudieran admirarla y rendirle
culto a Cristo. Por tanto, la imagen tardó varios meses en llegar a
su destino final.
Recientemente, una réplica del Cristo Negro de Esquipulas
también tuvo problemas en llegar a su destino. Dicha copia,
hecha en Guatemala para la comunidad guatemalteca de Los
Ángeles, California, tuvo problemas al cruzar la frontera entre
México y Estados Unidos, ya que las autoridades de inmigración
no permitieron pasarla por falta de documentos. Los fieles
no tuvieron otra opción que pasarla, a precio de “mordidas”
y a escondidas, por lo cual se le llama el Cristo “Mojado” de
Esquipulas. Cristo tuvo que entrar en este país como muchos
inmigrantes latinos, a escondidas.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
LITURGICAL
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Monday:
Lv 19:1-2, 11-18; Ps 19:8-10, 15; Mt 25:31-46
Sunday: First Sunday of Lent
Tuesday:
Is 55:10-11; Ps 34:4-7, 16-19; Mt 6:7-15
Tuesday:
Ss. Perpetua and Felicity
Wednesday:
Jon 3:1-10; Ps 51:3-4, 12-13, 18-19; Lk 11:29-32
Wednesday:
St. John of God
Thursday:
Est C:12, 14-16, 23-25; Ps 138:1-3, 7c-8; Mt 7:7-12
Thursday:
St. Frances of Rome
Friday: Abstinence
Friday: Ez 18:21-28; Ps 130:1-8; Mt 5:20-26
Saturday:
Dt 26:16-19; Ps 119:1-2, 4-5, 7-8; Mt 5:43-48
Saturday:
Purim (Jewish festival
of the story of Esther)
begins at sunset
Sunday:
Gn 12:1-4a; Ps 33:4-5, 18-20, 22;
2 Tm 1:8b-10; Mt 17:1-9
LITURGICAL
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PARISH NEWS:
ATTENTION ALL PARISHIONERS
Change in Mass Schedule and Parking
FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 2017 ONLY
The mass times will be as follows: 6:30am (Eng);
9:00am (Span); 11:00am (Eng) and 5:30pm (Span)
STREET CLOSURES - An event known as Cyclovia
Tucson will be held on Sunday, April 2, 2017 starting
at 10:00am – 3:00pm. Cyclovia Tucson is an event
that promotes physical activity by closing streets
so that people are free to ride bikes, jog, walk,
and skate for fun without the hassle of traffic. We
have been notified by the organizers of Cyclovia
Tucson that most of the downtown streets will be
closed for this event. We do know for certain that
Church Avenue is one of the affected streets. This
event attracts many people from the community. There is expected to be heavy traffic coming into
the downtown area on this day. For this reason,
the mass times have been changed for this day
only. Once we have the final route of the event
and street closures we will make that information
available to you.
PARKING – There will be limited access into the
parking lot for masses on Sunday, April 2nd. We
are encouraging you to park in the garage located
on Jackson Street. There will be NO CHARGE for
those who are attending mass. The parking garage
is available to our parishioners from 7:00 am - 1:30
pm. We will have volunteers to assist with parking.
If you have any questions, please contact the parish
office at 623-6351.
Thank you for your cooperation
ATENCIÓN MIEMBROS DE LAS
PARROQUIA
Cambio de Horario de Misa
y de Estacionamiento
PARA EL DOMINGO 2 DE ABRIL, 2017
SOLAMENTE
El horario de las misas es el siguiente: 6:30am
(Ing); 9:00am (Esp); 11:00am (Ing) y 5:30pm (Esp)
CIERRE DE CALLES - El evento conocido como
‘Cyclovia Tucson’ se llevará a cabo el domingo
2 de abril, 2017 de 10:00am – 3:00pm. ‘Cyclovia
Tucson’ es un evento que promueve la actividad
física cerrando las calles para que las personas
puedan circular libremente en bicicleta, corriendo,
caminando y patinando sin tener que preocuparse
por el tráfico. Los organizadores del evento
‘Cyclovia Tucson’ nos han notificado que la mayoría
de las calles del centro estarán cerradas para este
evento. Sabemos con certeza que una de esas calles
afectadas es Church Avenue. Este evento atrae
a muchas personas de la comunidad; por lo cual
se espera que habrá mucho tráfico en el área del
centro. Por esta razón, se ha cambiado el horario de
las Misas de ese día solamente. Cuando tengamos
el recorrido del evento y el cierre de calles final les
compartiremos la información.
ESTACIONAMIENTO – El domingo 2 de abril habrá
un acceso limitado al estacionamiento que afectará
las Misas del domingo. Los animamos a estacionar
sus vehículos en el garaje ubicado en Jackson
Street. NO SE COBRARÁ cuota de estacionamiento
a las personas que asistan a Misa esa día. El
garaje de estacionamiento estará disponible a
los miembros de nuestra parroquia de 7:00am 1:30pm. Habrá voluntarios para ayudarlos con el
estacionamiento.
Si tienen preguntas al respecto, llamen a la oficina
parroquial al 623-6351.
Agradecemos su cooperación.
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PARISH NEWS
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERS
STATIONS OF THE CROSS March 3 - April 7:
Mar 3 - Apr 7: 5:45pm English
7:00pm Span
HOLY WEEK:
Mon/Apr 10:
Tue/Apr 11: Wed/Apr 12:
Thu/Apr 13:
Fri/Apr 14:
7:00am Daily Mass
12:00pm Daily Mass
2:00pm CHRISM MASS
No Masses
No Masses
7:00pm HOLY THURSDAY MASS
OFFICE CLOSED
12:00pm VENERATION (Bishop)
3:00pm Stations of the Cross at
San Cosme in Spanish
3:00pm Stations of the Cross
in English
EASTER WEEKEND:
Sat/Apr 15: 7:00pm EASTER VIGIL
Sun/Apr 16: 6:30am EASTER MASS
8:00am EASTER MASS SPANISH
10:00am EASTER MASS
12:00pm EASTER MASS
Jennifer Abeyta
Manny & Mary
Alegria
Guadalupe Arerala
Lee Leon Baker
Rosa Maria Barrera
Benjamin F. A.
Bicknese
Deacon Oscar
Bueno
Mary Helen Bueno
Ana Bustamante
Maria Bustamante
Msgr. Arsenio
Carrillo
Julie Castro
Javier Chavez
Liliana Chavez
Dolores Corrales
Norma Corrales
Marina Duran
Margie Echeveria
Pache Estrada
Alex Gallego
Maria Galvan
Alex Garcia
Betty Garcia
Martin Gastelum
Yolanda Gastelum
Kathy Gatt
Octavio Guerrero
Mei Li Hepner
Noah Hepner
Ofelia Hernandez
Gianna S. Hurtado
Elliott Janecek
Maria Elena JuarezDiaz
Jazmine Larra
Maya Larra
Rick Levine
Dora Lopez
Gilberto Ramon
Lopez, Jr.
Lourdes Lopez
Maverick Lopez
Socorro Macedo
Alicia Manuel
Bertha Dolores
Martinez
Mary Olga Martinez
Abrian Medina
Alicia Medina
Francisco Medina
Maria Antonia
Medina
Esperanza Mendoza
Rebeca Mesquita
Asuncion Metal
Altagracia Monreal
Rosalie Monreal
Linda Montoya
Manuel Montoya
Jose Moreno
Artie Navarro
Alfonso Nieto
Kyra Nieto
Liz Nunez
Cruz Ochoa
Bernice Irene
Ornelaz
Santiago Orozco, Sr.
Raul Palma
Gerardo Pereira
Carmen Perez
Eva Pinedo
Gloria Pullium
Poncella Quihuis
Edilia Quiroz
Josie Ramirez
Lupe R. Rodriguez
Alejandro Romero
Alicia Romero
Bertha Romero
Dora Romero
Jose Romero
Karina Romo
Fernando
Sepulveda III
Sister Paulette Shaw
Brad Sibley
Millie Smith
Howard Spence
Bala Swamy
Eric Torres-Largarda
Georgeann Toto
Henry Valenzuela
Jose Cruz
Valenzuela
Rosa Maria Varrera
Armando Vasquez
Jonelia Whitten
Mark Whitten
Paula Whitten
Randy Whitten
Yareth Ybarra
Angie Yrigoyen
WITH ALL YOUR HEART 2017 KICKOFF MEETING
Join Us! Friday, March 10, 6:30 PM
St. Augustine Cathedral With All Your Heart
Stewardship Team will hold a gathering to share
a brief outline the ministry goals and activities
that are planned for 2017. We welcome you to
join us on Friday, March 10th from 6:30 – 7:00 pm
(in between the Spanish and English Stations of
the Cross). We will be offering a free Lenten meal
during the gathering.
We have planned several activities throughout
the year to offer our parishioners opportunities to
unite us as a faithful community through Prayer,
Service, Witness and Share activities.
PARISH NEWS
La Catedral San
Agustin junto con
el programa Con Todo Nuestro Corazo’n tendremos
una reunion para compartir las activitdades y metas
para este 2017. Los invitando a que se reunan con
nosostros el Viernes 10 de Marzo de 6:30 a 7:00 PM
(entre el via Crucis del espanol y el de ingle’s) les
ofreceremos una pequena cena cuaresmal gratis.
Tenemos plancadas algunas actividades durante el
ano para efrecerles a los feligreses las oportunidad
de unimos en una sola comunidad de Fe’. Orando,
Sirviendo, Dando testimonio, y Compartiendo.
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POVERTY SIMULATION What choices would you make if you
had little time and little money to
spare?
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Tuesday, March 7, 2017
6:00 Gathering / 6:30-8:30pm
St. Cyril of Alexandria Parish Nicholson Hall
Role play a month in the lives of low-income
families
Meet others who care about the issue
Explore the impact of poverty on our community
Learn what you can do
COUPLE PRAYER RETREAT DIOCESE NEWS:
Couple Prayer Retreat shows you how to discover
a way to deepen your communication with God as
husband and wife. The goal of the retreat is for the
couple to encounter God the Father, Son, and Holy
Spirit through discovering, discerning, and acting on
the inspired Word of God as found in Scripture. March
25th and 26th Sat 8am to Sun 4pm, and is facilitated
by Fr. Bob Brazaskas and Retorno Team Couples.
For registration and more info, contact Kevin or
Kathie at 520-722-2931 or stogskk@mindspring.com.
Benedicting Sisters Monastery
800 N. Country Club Rd. Tucson, AZ 85716
FAITH FORMATION DAY 2017
FRIDAY MARCH 10, 2017 • 8AM - 3PM
Tucson Convention Center
Join 100’s of adults who are engaged in helping
our children, youth and adults navigate the spiritual
life! Start your day with Mass, celebrated by Bishop
Kicanas at 8:30am, followed by a keynote address
from Dr. Ann Garrido followed by workshops before
and after lunch! The day concludes at 3pm. Cost:
$25 per person (includes lunch).
Ann Garrido will speak about simple commitments
we can make as Christian leaders to model mercy
in a time of tumult.
Register at: https://events.r20.constantcontact.
com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07edryvrzf076f56c
5&oseq=&c=&ch=
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POSITION OPENINGS DIOCESE
To view the position Description and information
on how to apply, please refer to www.
diocesetucson.org (Employment Opportunities).
Diocese of Tucson
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Diocese of Tucson
Chief Financial Officer, Pastoral Center, Tucson, AZ
Schools:
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St. Joseph Catholic School, Tucson, AZ:
Elementary School Teachers, Instructional
Interventionist
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St. Augustine Catholic High School, Tucson, AZ:
English Teacher, Science Teacher, Mathematics Teacher,
Theology Teacher (Full or Part-time)
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San Xavier Mission School, Tucson, AZ: Custodian (PT)
PARISH & DIOCESE NEWS
MY VOCATION IS LOVE A Morning of Reflection March 11
The Lay Carmelites are hosting an information
and discernment day for those who feel they may
have the calling to be a Third Order Carmelite. If
you feel called to Carmel, you’re invited to come
and explore this special vocation in a Morning of
Reflection and at Our Mother of Sorrows Parish
at 1800 S. Kolb Road on Saturday, March 11th.
We will begin with an 8:30am Mass, followed by
Reflections, Vocation Discernment and Third Order
Information in the Parish Activity Center - Scout
Room.
Lay Carmelites engage in ongoing study of the
Carmelite Saints going back to St. Elijah. We
obtain spiritual formation rooted in the tradition
and spirituality of Carmel. In all, Carmel has three
phases of formation. Like little flowers, we bloom
where we are planted. St. Therese of Lisieux,
Carmel’s Little Flower, stated this eloquently and
simply when she said: “…I found my vocation - my
vocation is love!”
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LENTEN RESOURCES
Resources for daily prayer and reflection are available from
the following websites:
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www.usccb.org. The United States Catholic Bishops
website Lenten theme: Lift Up, Give Up, Take Up.
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Opening our hearts & minds Lent 2017. Produced by the
Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne. Visit www.cam.
org.au/evangelization.
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Best Lent Ever from Mr. Matthew Kelly. Daily on-line
email mediations and suggestions for living the Lenten
day can be found at http://dynamcicatholic.com/
bestlentever/
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Daily Missalettes and Lenten Reflection inspirations are also
available from the Jesuit priests at www.pray-as-you-go.
org, from the Dominican Friars, www.word.or.org
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Lenten Letter of Pope Francis, March 1, 2017. The Word
is a gift. Other persons are a gift. can be found on the
Vatican website at https://w2.vatican.va/content/
francesco/en/messages/lent/documents/papafrancesco_20161018_messaggio-quaresima2017.html
Are you looking for a closer relationship with God?
Would you like to embark on a journey of love?
Are you called to Carmel?
Contact the Vocations Liaison Sylvia MayerMartinez, at CalledtoCarmel@outlook.com or by
phone at (520) 285-6539 for further information.
Created as the image of God. The second creation story
is heard today. It is the story of God’s goodness, God’s
breath and life; the story of beauty and delight; the story
of divine choice and divine election. It includes the
serpent’s cunning and deceit and the turning away from
God of Adam and Eve. And, then, Saint Paul reminds us
that, even in this sin and death, grace is stronger. This
gracious gift of Jesus Christ restores us to the first garden’s
original goodness.
Creados a imagen y semejanza de Dios. La segunda historia
de la creación la escuchamos hoy. Es la historia de la bondad
de Dios, del aliento y vida de Dios; la historia de la belleza
y el deleite; la historia de la opción divina y la elección
divina. Incluye las artimañas y el engaño de la serpiente y el
alejamiento de Dios por parte de Adán y Eva. Y, luego, San
Pablo nos recuerda que, a pesar de este pecado y muerte,
la gracia es mucho más fuerte. Este don de Jesucristo nos
restaura a la bondad original del primer jardín.
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How can I not let deceitful voices drown out God’s
Good News?
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¿Cómo puedo evitar que voces engañosas ahoguen las
Buenas Nuevas de Dios?
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What will I do to stay turned to God and to Good
News?
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¿Qué voy a hacer para mantenerme enfocado(a) en Dios
y en las Buenas Nuevas?
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Let me encounter my neighbor and then tell a story
of grace outshining sin!
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¡Permíteme tener un encuentro con mi prójimo y luego
contar una historia en la que la gracia brille por encima
del pecado!
DIOCESE NEWS
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