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30th Sunday in Ordinary
Time October 26, 2014
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 26, 2014
Fr. Federico Capdepón, V.F.
Dean, Pastor
MISSION STATEMENT
Fr. Damian Flanagan
Acting Pastor
St. Hugh Catholic Church is a diverse community of faith manifesting our love for
God through our generosity, and putting our faith into action by working together to
impact positively the lives of our parishioners, visitors and the community in general.
Mrs. Mary E. Fernández, Ed.S.
School Principal
Mrs. Patricia Zapatero
Director of Religious Education
Roberto Berrocal
Music Director
OFFICE HOURS
(Horas de Oficina)
Monday thru Friday/Lunes a Viernes
8:00am-4:30pm
Phone: 305-444-8363
sainthughchurch@st-hugh.org
CHURCH HOURS
(Horas de la Iglesia)
Daily/Diario 9:00am-7:00pm
MASS SCHEDULE
(Horario de misas)
SATURDAY VIGIL
5:30pm (English)
SUNDAY
9:00am (English)
10:30am (English, live broadcast)
12:30pm (Español, transmisión en vivo)
5:30pm (English)
7:00pm (Español)
DAILY MASS (Chapel)
Misa Diaria (Capilla)
8:00am (English)
7:00 pm (Spanish, Tue. & Thurs.)
RECONCILIATION
(RECONCILIACIÓN)
Saturdays/Sábados 4:30-5:15 pm
Before Sunday Masses if a priest is
available.
Antes de las misas del domingo si hay un
sacerdote disponible.
BAPTISMS & MARRIAGES
(Bautizos y Matrimonios)
For information, call the office.
Para información, llame a la oficina.
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October 26, 2014
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Lecturas de la semana
Sunday
Thirtieth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18; 1 Thes 1:5c10; Mt 22:34-40
Monday
Eph 4:32–5:8; Ps 1; Lk 13:10-17
Tuesday
Saints Simon and Jude,
Apostles
Eph 2:19-22; Ps 19; Lk 6:12-16
Wednesday Eph 6:1-9; Ps 145; Lk 13:22-30
Thursday
Eph 6:10-20; Ps 144; Lk 13:3135
Friday
Phil 1:1-11; Ps 111; Lk 14:1-6
Saturday
All Saints
Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; 1 Ps 24; 1 Jn 3:13; Mt 5:1-12a
MASS INTENTIONS
Intenciones Misas
Sat/Sab, October 25
5:30 pm
 Demetrio & Sergio Castillo
Thanksgiving Hernando & Alba
L. Camacho
Sun/Dom, October 26
9:00 am
Parish Community
10:30 am
 Juan Enrique Rodríguez
Special Intention
12:30 pm
Acción de Gracias Beatriz
Cordero
Difuntos Familia BacóViamonte
5:30 pm
 Antonio Ortega
 Ceila Agost
7:00 pm
 Luis Iglesias
 Karla Patricia Cruz-Sánchez
Mon/Lun, October 27
8:00 am
 Anne Rosarii Amaizu
 Luis Malaussena
In thanksgiving
Tue/Mar, October 28
8:00 am
Health Recovery Daniella Díaz
7:00 pm
 Melissa Rodríguez
 Gastón Lacayo
 Haideé López
Wed/Mier, October 29
8:00 am
 Emilio F. Martínez
Thanksgiving Alejandro &
Angela Posada
Thu/Jue, October 30
8:00 am
 Alfredo Vargas
Special Intention
7:00 pm
 Margarita Granados
Fri/Vier, October 31
8:00 am
All deceased Rodríguez-Lara
Family
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A)
Pastor’s Corner
Today I would like to comment on the three readings that we find in the liturgy,
which invite us to notice the beauty and the goodness of the persons who live
around us. The first reading from the book of Exodus tells us that we must
respect the foreigner as well as our kin; that we must offer justice and love to
the orphan, the widow and the needy. The reason we must act thus is because
every human being is valuable in God’s eyes and worthy of esteem. In the
second reading, the apostle Paul thanks the Christians of Thessalonica for their
warm welcome and marvels at the goodness of this emerging community. And in
the gospel, Jesus Christ tells us that there are two great commandments that
sum up the whole Law: to love God and to love the neighbor. These two
commandments are similar because they refer to God and to man, who was
created in the image and likeness of his Maker. Gathered today as the children
of a great family, let us give witness that it is possible to have love among men,
and that God’s love resides abundantly in our hearts.
My congratulations to our 7th and 8th grade students who participated in the
Columbus High School Scholastic Olympics, and brought home the
championship for the second year in a row, as well as to their teachers. You
make us proud!
Domingo 30o. del Tiempo Ordinario (Ciclo A)
Rincón del Párroco
Hoy quisiera comentar algo sobre las tres lecturas que leemos en la liturgia de este día,
que nos invitan a observar la belleza y bondad de las personas que viven a nuestro
alrededor. La primera lectura del libro del Éxodo nos dice que debemos respetar tanto
al extranjero como al compatriota, que debemos brindar justicia y amor al huérfano, a
la viuda y al necesitado. La razón para obrar así es porque ante los ojos de Dios todos
los seres humanos tienen valor y son dignos de estimación. En la segunda lectura el
apóstol Pablo agradece la calurosa bienvenida de los cristianos de Tesalónica y se
maravilla ante la bondad de esa comunidad naciente. Y en el evangelio Jesucristo nos
dice que hay dos grandes mandamientos que son el compendio de toda la Ley: amar a
Dios y amar al prójimo. Estos dos mandamientos son semejantes porque se refieren a
Dios y al hombre que fue creado a imagen y semejanza de su Hacedor. Hoy reunidos
como hijos de una gran familia, demos testimonio de que es posible el amor entre los
hombres y de que el amor de Dios abunda en nuestros corazones.
Felicitaciones de corazón a nuestros estudiantes de 7o y 8o grados que participaron en
las Scholastic Olympics y ganaron este campeonato por segundo año consecutivo, y
felicitaciones también a sus maestros. ¡Estamos orgullosos de ustedes!
Fr. Federico
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STEWARDSHIP IN ACTION
COMUNIDAD EN ACCIÓN
“Could you not watch one hour with
me?” (Mk 14:37)
JOIN US FOR EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
THROUGHOUT THE DAY ON
THURSDAYS IN THE CHURCH
From 8:30 am to 6:30 pm
“¿No podían velar una hora
conmigo?” (Mc. 14, 37)
ADORACIÓN EUCARÍSTICA
LOS JUEVES DURANTE TODO EL
DÍA EN LA IGLESIA
De 8:30 am a 6:30 pm
As part of our Stewardship
initiative, healing Masses in English
and Spanish were held on Monday,
October 20 and Tuesday, October
21. The sacrament of the Anointing
of the Sick was administered at
both Masses.
Como parte de nuestra iniciativa
de Mayordomía, se celebraron misas
de sanación en inglés y español el
lunes 20 y el martes 21 de octubre. Se
celebró el sacramento de la Unción de
los Enfermos en ambas misas.
LET US PRAY FOR / Oremos por
Lila Cruz, Hannah Moss, Annette Méndez, Andrés Hidalgo, Carlos y Martha
Zapatero, Manuel Carbonero, Jacques Vera, Morelia Campos, Danilo Argote, Sister
Barbara Makar, John Amador, Mr. & Mrs. Juan Manuel Gómez, Martha Gómez,
Darío Pulgarín, Fr. Manuel (Tito) Soler, Charlie Winchester, Oscar Alberto Jiménez,
Milagros Segarra, Catherine Gallego, Andrés & Nora Pérez, Jake Mark Lugo, Bárbara
Valencia, Brunella Bonvecchio, Juan Pedro Díaz, Antoine Veliz, Carlos Bracamonte,
Oscar Rodríguez, Alexandra Valdés, Fabiola Uribe Gaviria, Douglas Ugarte, Norma
de Junco, Esperanzita Noriega, Evelyn Sandoval, James Scott Moss, Marcia Besada,
Alex Zangen, Christopher Bennett, Hilda Domínguez, Silvia Sánchez, Andrea Veras,
Juana G. Rippes, Marta Miranda, Carmen Dono, Olga Alonso, Michael Lemay, Elena
Romero, Marcela Lamelois, María Isabel Poiares, Juan Pedro Díaz, Eduardo Gómez,
Raquel Alvarez, César Francisco Rojas Cardona, Mauricio Samayoa, María Tejera,
Linda Myers, Mike Broyard, for the members of our armed forces, their families and
all victims of war.
CONGRATULATIONS
To the parents of the
children baptized recently
FELICITACIONES
A los padres de los niños
bautizados recientemente
Gabriel Toral
Jerónimo José Calvo
Patrick Buraglia
Nicholas Toral
Alessandro Jofra
Ethan A. Arcila
Evelyn M. Robinson
Louie Martínez
Alexandra S. Méndez
John J. Berrayarza
Dylan S. Feliciano
Lucca Bevilacqua
MINISTRIES
Ministerios
Altar Servers: Juan Alayo
altarservers@st-hugh.org
Bible Classes: Karen Bonvecchio
bibleclasses@st-hugh.org
CCD: Patricia Zapatero
dre@st-hugh.org
Centering Prayer: Maritza Ramos
centeringprayer@st-hugh.org
Clases de Biblia: Patricia Zapatero
dre@st-hugh.org
Emmaus Men: Manuel Núñez
emmausmen@st-hugh.org
Emmaus Women: Claudia Martínez
emmauswomen@st-hugh.org
Encuentro en la Palabra:
Milagros Contreras
encuentroenlapalabra@st-hugh.org
Grove for Ghana: Bob Dudley
groveforghana@st-hugh.org
Grove Outreach: Lily Montero
groveoutreach@st-hugh.org
Health and Wellness:
María Socorro Torres-Burgos
healthcare@st-hugh.org
Job Bank: Marta Carbonell
jobbank@st-hugh.org
Knights of Columbus: Marc Spinola
knightsofcolumbus@st-hugh.org
Marriage Covenant Experience:
Joe & Jane Mastrucci
marriagecovenant@st-hugh.org
Matrimonios en Victoria:
Rolando & Irene Silva
matrimoniosenvictoria@st-hugh.org
Mindo Medical Mission:
Jason Gaetan
mindomedicalmission@st-hugh.org
Ministry to the Sick:
Mariana Caballero
ministrytothesick@st-hugh.org
Music Director: Roberto Berrocal
musicdirector@st-hugh.org
Pastoral Ministry Coordinator:
Cristina Fundora
cfundora@st-hugh.org
RCIA: Ann Naquin
rcia@st-hugh.org
RICA: Eleazar & Leticia Terán
rica@st-hugh.org
Respect Life: Yamileth Rivera
respectlife@st-hugh.org
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MINISTRIES
Ministerios
ST. HUGH NEWS
NOTICIAS DE LA PARROQUIA
Our Stewardship initiative focused on Treasure last week. If you have not yet sent in
your pledge card, we ask that you prayerfully consider your weekly donation and make a
commitment today.
Nuestra iniciativa de Mayordomía hizo énfasis en nuestro Tesoro la semana pasada. Si todavía
no ha enviado su tarjeta, le pedimos que considere en la oración cuál es su donativo semanal, y que
haga su compromiso hoy.
Sincere thanks to all who attended the Grove for Ghana cocktail party on Friday, October
24th. We are glad for your support of this much needed missionary work.
Gracias de corazón a todos los que asistieron al cóctel de Grove for Ghana el viernes 24 de
octubre. Estamos muy contentos y agradecidos por el apoyo brindado a esta necesaria obra
misionera.
The Boys and Girls Club is hosting a safe and fun Halloween alternative for families in the
Coconut Grove and Gables area. It is a free event for the whole family, with rides, costumes
and lots of candy! Friday, October 31st, from 6 to 9:30 pm, 2805 SW 32 Avenue.
El Boys and Girls Club presenta una alternativa segura y divertida para Halloween para las
familias de Coconut Grove y Coral Gables. Este evento gratis es para toda la familia e incluirá
atracciones, disfraces y dulces. Viernes 31 de octubre de 6 a 9:30 pm, 2805 SW 32 Avenue.
Please note that November 1, feast of All Saints, is not a holy day of obligation this year.
Les recordamos que el 1 de noviembre, fiesta de Todos los Santos, no es de obligación este año.
The All Souls Novena starts on Sunday, November 2nd. Please use the special
envelopes to register your deceased relatives.
La novena por los difuntos comienza el domingo 2 de noviembre. Por favor use los sobres
especiales para inscribir a sus familiares difuntos.
The Footprints Foundation will be collecting items to prepare Clean Birthing Kits as part
of our celebration of Respect Life month. Please bring your donation by Sunday, October
26th, then help us put the kits together on Saturday, November 1st. For more information see
the ad on page 9.
La Footprints Foundation recogerá artículos para preparar paquetes de maternidad como parte
de nuestra celebración del mes de Respeto a la Vida. Se les agradece traer su donativo el domingo
26 de octubre. Además, pueden ayudarnos a preparar cada paquete el sábado 1 de noviembre.
Vean el aviso en la página 9 para más información.
Congratulations to our cantor, tenor Martín Nusspaumer, as he performs the lead role
of Lt. Pinkerton in Puccini’s beloved Madama Butterfly at Florida Grand Opera this November
15, 22, in Miami, and December 4, 6 in Ft. Lauderdale. If you are interested in attending,
please call FGO’s Ticket Office, 800-741-1010.
Felicitamos a nuestro cantor, el tenor Martín Nusspaumer, por su representación del papel
protagónico del Tte. Pinkerton en la ópera Madama Butterfly de Puccini con Florida Grand Opera, el
15 y 22 de noviembre en Miami y el 4 y 6 de diciembre en Ft. Lauderdale. Los interesados en asistir
pueden llamar a la taquilla de FGO, 800-741-1010.
Altar server Nicolas Alayo is conducting his Eagle Scout Service Project on November
8th at the Charlotte Jane Memorial Park Cemetery. He will be attempting to paint 600 graves
white and revive the historic site as a whole. With the plan and logistics figured out, he needs
your help to fund the project. Any amount of support is welcome! He will be outside the
church after Mass if you have any questions. (Look for the boy in the Boy Scout uniform).
El monaguillo Nicolás Alayo lleva a cabo su proyecto para ascender a Eagle Scout el 8 de
noviembre en el cementerio Charlotte Jane Memorial Park, donde tratará de pintar 600 tumbas y
revivir este sitio histórico. Necesita nuestra ayuda, por cualquier suma, para realizar este trabajo. Lo
encontrarán afuera después de la misa para responder sus preguntas.
Visit the Welcome table in front of the church to find out information regarding baptisms
and weddings, to get answers for any question you may have or to register or update your
information.
Visiten la mesa de bienvenida a la entrada de la iglesia para obtener información acerca de
bautizos y bodas, para encontrar respuesta a cualquiera de sus preguntas o para actualizar su
información o inscribirse en la parroquia.
School News: Jocelyn Bianco
biancoj@st-hugh.org
Spanish Choir: Andrés Trujillo
spanishchoir@st-hugh.org
St. Hugh Charities: Liliana Villanueva
sthughcharities@st-hugh.org
St. Hugh Immigration Services:
Karlene Punancy
sthughimmigrationservices@sthugh.org
St. Vincent de Paul: James Hartnett
(Call the office)
Stewardship: Luisana Hung Salazar
lhungsalazar@st-hugh.org
Ushers & Hospitality Ministry:
hospitalityministry@st-hugh.org
Youth Director: Francisco Dueñas
youthdirector@st-hugh.org
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MORE STEWARDSHIP IN ACTION
MÁS COMUNIDAD EN ACCIÓN
Congratulations to all the men and women who participated in the Emmaus
retreats held this month. We pray that the Lord will bless you and look forward to
your continued involvement in sharing God’s gifts with our parish.
Felicitaciones a todos los hombres y mujeres que participaron en los retiros de Emmaus
que tuvieron lugar durante este mes. Rogamos que el Señor los bendiga y esperamos que
continúe su participación para compartir los dones de Dios con nuestra parroquia.
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SACRIFICIAL GIVING IS A
PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING
Our gifts are most appropriately presented at the Offertory of the Mass. The
celebration of Christ's sacrifice is a fitting context for our own sacrificial offering,
which is a grateful response to the unfathomable love God has shown for us.
Too often we want to separate the issue of giving, particularly the giving of
money, from those more "spiritual" aspects of our faith life. Yet, the commitment
of sacrificial giving is one of the most important expressions of our faith. Offering
our gifts at Mass places them in an appropriate context of prayer and response
to God. In the offering we can express our joy in having received and in being
able to give. We are able to say, "Thanks be to God!"
We can give back some portion of the tremendous gifts that have been given to
us, the most important of which we celebrate at the Eucharist. There is no better
time to fulfill our commitment to sacrificial giving than in this atmosphere of
prayer and thanksgiving.
We remember too, that this commitment is one of personal as well as corporate
prayer and part of a lifelong process of turning toward God. Just as our giving
forms an integral part of the ritual expression of our faith - the Mass - so it is
woven into struggles and joys which we experience on our personal faith
journey.
LA OFRENDA SACRIFICIAL ES UNA ORACIÓN DE ACCIÓN DE
GRACIAS
Nuestras ofrendas se presentan adecuadamente durante el ofertorio de la misa.
La celebración del sacrificio de Cristo es un contexto adecuado para nuestra
ofrenda sacrificial, que es una respuesta en agradecimiento al amor incalculable
que Dios ha mostrado por nosotros.
Con mucha frecuencia queremos distanciar el asunto de dar, especialmente
dinero, de los aspectos más “espirituales” de la fe. Sin embargo, el compromiso
de ofrenda sacrificial es una de las expresiones más importantes de nuestra fe.
Dar nuestras ofrendas durante la misa las pone en un contexto adecuado de
oración y de respuesta a Dios. En la ofrenda, podemos expresar nuestra alegría
por haber recibido y poder dar. Podemos decir, “¡Gracias, Señor! Podemos
devolver parte de todo lo que hemos recibido, empezando por lo más importante
que es lo que celebramos en la Eucaristía. No hay momento mejor de cumplir
con nuestro compromiso de ofrenda sacrificial que en esta atmósfera de oración
y acción de gracias.
También recordamos que este compromiso es uno de oración personal y
comunitaria, y parte del proceso de encaminarnos hacia Dios durante toda la
vida. De la misma manera en que nuestro donativo forma parte integral de la
expresión ritual de nuestra fe, la Misa, también está entretejido con las alegrías
y luchas que experimentamos en nuestra jornada personal de fe.
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BOOK NOOK
Recommendation for this week:
Why Be Catholic: Ten
Answers to a Very Important
Question, by Patrick Madrid,
Image, $18.95
The author, a popular blogger
and publisher of Envoy magazine,
offers 10 key reasons why he
enjoys being Catholic, looking at
the Church from perspectives
many may have never
considered.
SACRIFICIAL GIVING
AMOUNTS FOR LAST WEEK
Sumas de la semana pasada
$11,356.74
AND THE SECOND WAS
Y la segunda
$2,683.00
AMOUNTS FOR LAST YEAR
El año pasado
$10,810.39
AND THE SECOND WAS
Y la segunda
$3,121.00
SECOND COLLECTION
THIS WEEK
La segunda colecta será para
School Development Fund
Fondo de desarrollo del colegio
A NOTE ABOUT THE
COLLECTION
Because of our Stewardship
initiative, there will no longer be a
second collection on Sundays. We
thank you for your generosity.
NOTA SOBRE LA COLECTA
Debido a nuestra iniciativa de
Mayordomía, no habrá ya segunda
colecta los domingos. Gracias por su
generosidad
This
week
at
St. Hugh
Esta
semana
en
St. Hugh
St. Hugh
Monday, October 27
7:00 pm Bible Class in English
Library
7:00 pm Encuentro en la Palabra Young Adults Social Studies Room
7:00 pm Encuentro en la Palabra Adults
Music Room
Tuesday, October 28
7:00 pm EDGE Youth Group
Library
7:30 pm RCIA Program
Social Studies Room
7:30 pm RICA Program
7th Grade Room
Wednesday, October 29
8:30 am Bible Class in Spanish
Church
6:30 pm CCD Classes
School
7:30 pm Matrimonios en Victoria
Music Room
Thursday, October 30
8:30 am Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Rectory Chapel
7:00 pm Centering Prayer
School Chapel
Friday, October 31
7:00 pm LifeTeen Youth Group
Library
Saturday, November 1
10:00 am Footprints Foundation Drive
Parish Hall
Sunday, November 2
Thanksgiving Food Drive Starts Today
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Our eighth grade students and two seventh graders recently participated in the Christopher
Columbus High School XXXVI Scholastic Olympics. They competed against more than 600
students from 20 different schools. In addition to winning 13 Individual medals, the St. Hugh
team was the overall winner in the Division 1 category and brought home the championship
trophy for the second year in a row. They were selected for having the highest overall score
amongst the other schools in their division. We are very proud of the accomplishments of our
students and are grateful to our teachers for a job well done.
The individual winners were:
Art

Samuel Colmenares - 1st place
History


Albert Sanchez - 1st place
Amanda Tomaselli - 1st place
Science


Carlos Cardenas - 2nd place
Victoria De la Torriente - 3rd place
General Skills - 2nd place




Christina Cabrera Elizondo
Daniela Martinez Gorrin
Juana Parra
Vincent Tamburello
English


Kyle Delgado - 2nd place
Sophia Ramirez - 2nd place
Math


Martina Caicedo - 2nd place
Fernanda Altamirano - 3rd place
Spanish



Carlos Scovino - 1st place
Federico Walter - 2nd place
Isabella Antelo - 2nd place
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This month our students have been learning about the value of respect and how to show respect
for themselves and others. Respect means treating others as you want to be treated and
recognizing and responding to the God-given dignity of each person.
Congratulations to our students of the month who have shown respect for others and who have
made respect an intentional way of living their Catholic faith. We are proud of them!
St. Hugh Thinks Pink
October is breast cancer awareness month and St. Hugh School is teaming up
to help find a cure. Pink lanterns are being sold for $5 each. The lanterns will
be strung in the breezeway as a way to honor those who have had to fight a battle
with this terrible disease. The lanterns may be personalized with the name of the
person you would like to honor.
All proceeds of the sales will go to La Liga Contra el Cancer, an organization that helps cancer
patients receive the medical care needed. If you are interested in purchasing a lantern, please
visit the parish office.