Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 1000 North Jefferson Avenue, Goldsboro NC 27530-3141 919-734-5033 Rev. Alex Gonzalez, Pastor Deacon Webster James October 12, 2014—Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time COME TO THE FEAST "On this mountain, the Lord of hosts / will provide for all peoples / a feast of rich food and choice wines" (Isaiah 25:6). That's what Isaiah tells us today. God is putting together a huge party for "all peoples," to "wipe away / the tears from every face" (Isaiah 25:8). And what does Jesus tell us? The reign of God, he says, "may be likened to a king who gave a wedding feast for his son" (Matthew 22:2). When the guests didn't come, the king had his servants go out "into the main roads and invite to the feast whomever you find" (Matthew 22:9). We are called to deliver that invitation. One of the themes woven into today's liturgy is that of divine generosity. Asleep to reality, people often think they have "earned" what they have. In our better moments, though, we know that all our gifts--even the spiritual gifts--come through God's generosity. Our vocation is to invite people, to remind them the tickets aren't for sale. We can only show up and say thank you. Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. EUCHARISTIC LITURGY Weekend Saturday Vigil 5:00PM English 7:00PM Spanish Sábado ~ 5:00 PM En Inglés Sábado ~ 7:00 PM En Español Sunday 10:00 AM English 1:00 PM Spanish Domingo ~ 10:00 AM En Inglés Domingo ~ 1:00 PM En Español Weekdays 9:00 AM Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday lunes, martes, miércoles, viernes 7:00 PM jueves en Español No 9 AM Mass on Thursday No 9 AM hay Misa los jueves Holy Days 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM No Vigil Masses Adoración al Santisimo 9:00 AM y 7:00 PM First Friday Adoration begins after morning Mass and ends with Benediction at 5:30 PM. Todos los viernes primero de mes de 10:00 AM a 5:30 PM WELCOME VISITORS AND NEWCOMERS New members may register by calling the parish office (weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM). Mission Statement Saint Mary is a diverse Catholic community working together to live the Gospel, grow in faith through the Eucharist, and share our gifts in service to others. WELCOME HOME RETURNING CATHOLICS Landings is designed to help people return to Mass and the Sacraments. Call the office for information. Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 1 Mass Intentions and Readings for October 11 to October 19, 2014 PARISH DIRECTORY CHURCH Office (Oficina): 919 734-5033 FAX: 919 580-0730 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.saintmarygoldsboro.org PARISH STAFF Rev. Alex Gonzalez, Pastor…..ext. 27 Deacon Webster A. James...….ext. 29 Director of Faith Formation Mrs. Carole Sears……………...ext. 34 Liturgy Coordinator Mrs. Debbie Gambella, Parish Secretary…………....…ext. 10 Mrs. Kathy Hennessy, Parish Secretary…….....…......ext. 26 Mrs. Tracey Davis, Parish Bookkeeper…..…...…..ext. 28 Mrs. Elvira Ponce, Hispanic Ministry………...…..ext. 22 Mrs. Vicki Ellis, Choir Director, 10:00 AM Mr. Philip Eubanks, Organist Mr. Mike Nault, Organist & Choir Director, 5:00 PM Mr. Van Tran, Sacristan SCHOOL Office: 919 735-1931 FAX: 919 735-1917 E-Mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org SCHOOL STAFF Mrs. Lynn Magoon, Principal…………………........ext. 33 Mrs. Anne Marie Gambella, Admn. Assistant………….......ext. 11 MAINTENANCE STAFF Mr. Harold Jones, Supervisor………………….….ext. 31 Mr. Larry Jones, Assistant………...………….....ext. 31 PASTORAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Chair Kevin Bacon Vice-Chair John Marguglio Secretary Sharon Thomas Finance Council Chair John Heeden Steve Balli, Sheila Covar, Anne Hurrey, Joseph Jones, Paula Long, Phyllis Radford, Donna Stevenson, Gene Seward. Goldsboro, N. C. Sat.10/11 5:00PM 7:00PM Sun.10/12 10:00AM 1:00PM Mon.10/13 9:00AM Tue.10/14 9:00AM Wed.10/15 9:00AM Thu.10/16 9:00AM 7:00PM Fri.10/17 9:00AM Sat.10/18 5:00PM 7:00PM Sun.10/19 10:00AM 1:00PM Galatians 3:22-29; Psalm 105:2-7; Luke 11:27-28 Thelma E. Boring, dec. by Deacon & Mrs. W. James Celmira Vergara, dec. by Fr. Alex Isaiah 25:6-10a; Psalm 23:1-6; Philippians 4:12-14, 19-20; Matthew 22:1-14 [1-10] Milosav Markowitsch, dec. by Olga & Paul Markowitsch Pro Populo Galatians 4:22-24, 26-27, 31—5:1; Psalm 113:1b-5a, 6-7; Luke 11:29-32 No Mass Today Galatians 5:18-25; Psalm 1:1-4, 6; Luke 11:42-46 No Mass Today Galatians 2:1-2, 7-14; Psalm 117:1bc, 2; Luke 11:1-4 Elizabeth Wagner, dec. by Deacon & Mrs. W. James Ephesians 1:1-10; Psalm 98:1-6; Luke 11:47-54 No Mass Today Spanish Mass Ephesians 1:11-14; Psalm 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13; Luke 12:1-7 In Honor of Gail Bobrowski by Luke Lovick 2 Timothy 4:10-17b; Psalm 145:10-13, 17-18; Luke 10:1-9 Ryan McCullough, dec. by Gary & Debbie Vaccaro Pro Populo Isaiah 45:1, 4-6; Psalm 96:1, 3-5, 7-10; 1 Thessalonians 1:1-5b; Matthew 22:15-21 Robert Cordeiro, Sr., dec. by Judy Cordeiro Spanish Mass Sacramental Life Penance and Reconciliation Saturday ~ 4-4:40PM and by appointment. Baptism Baptisms are during Mass the third weekend of each month. Preparation is required before scheduling the time and date. Marriage Contact the Deacon six months in advance of the ceremony. Sacrament of the Sick If you wish to receive the sacrament of the sick during a prolonged illness or before surgery, please call the office. Communion If you wish to receive communion from a Eucharistic Minister due to illness, age, or handicap, please call the office. These visits are made after the Mass has been celebrated. Altar Flowers For the week of October 12th are in Loving Memory of William L. West by Olivia West and Family The Sanctuary Lamps If you would like to reserve the Sanctuary Lamp in the Church or the Chapel in memory or honor of a person or event please, call the Parish Office at 919-734-5033 ext. 10 or 26. Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Columbus Day… on Monday, October 13th the Parish Office will be closed in observance of Columbus Day. 2 October 12, 2014 Parish Calendar Sunday, October 12– 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time * Rosary for Life Church * NO FAITH FORMATION CLASSES * Spanish Language Choir Practice Church before 10:00am Mass after 1:00pm mass Monday, October 13-Columbus Day * Church & School Office Closed Tuesday, October 14 * SVDP Meeting * Perpetual Novena * Legion of Mary Our Parish has, once again, agreed to partner with other churches and Habitat to do a “HFH Faith Build”. We need to have a financial commitment of $4,000.00 as well as participation on three different Build Days. There will be an in-pew sign up on the weekend of October 11th /12th so please watch for the volunteer form and be generous with your time and treasure. Build days will be: November 22nd, January 17th and February 28th. A New Study Opportunity, Oremus Catholic Prayer Do you find it easy to pray? Is prayer an integral part of your day? Do you hear God’s voice in your daily life, and know how to respond accordingly? For many of us the answer is no. We all desire an intimate relationship with God. But, since learning to “say our prayers” as children, we never moved beyond rote recitation to an authentic conversation with God. If this describes you consider taking this 8 week study starting Monday, Oct. 27th at 6PM. Cost is $25.00 and the class will be limited to 20 participants. Call the Parish Office to register. Watch for a morning class coming in November! TYM Donut Sale… After the 10:00am Mass on Sundays the members of our TYM will be selling donuts outside the church...get a donut and help support our teens Mission Trip in 2015. Thank you in advance for your support! 6th grade classroom Chapel Library 6:00pm 6:45pm 7:00pm 5th grade classroom 7:00pm Wednesday, October 15 * Great Bible Time Line Thursday, October 16 * Senior Bible Study * Book Club * 10:00am Choir Practice FF Conference Room FF Conference Room Lounge 10:00am noon 7:00pm Friday, October 17 * School Liturgy * Noon Dismissal for School * Spanish Language Choir Practice * K of C Reverse Drawing Church 9:00am Church Auditorium 6:00pm 6:30pm Saturday, October 18 * Rosary for Life * 5:00pm Choir Practice Church Church before 5:00pm Mass 4:00pm Sunday, October 19-29th Sunday in Ordinary Time * Rosary for Life * RCIA * Middle & High School Faith Form. * K to 4th Faith Formation * Spanish Language Choir Practice Handicapped...need Communion at Mass? If you are handicapped and need to receive Communion at your seat during the weekend Masses please, notify the ushers as you come into Church and let them know where you will be sitting. Rosary for Vocations… Join us on Monday, October 20th at 5:30pm in the Chapel to pray the Rosary for Vocations. “Your cross will carry you farther than you will ever carry your cross.” Church Lounge Classrooms Classrooms Church before 10:00am Mass after 10:00am Mass 11:15am to 12:45pm 11:30am to 12:30pm after 1:00pm Mass AAMEN Cultural Explosion Sunday, November 16, 2014 3PM to 6PM watch for more information in upcoming Bulletins. Offertory Report September 28 $7,294.93 Budgeted: $7,750.00 Over (Under) ($ 455.07) Family Life Center : $1,978.33 Mission Co-Op: $6,873.37 Second Collection October 19: World Mission Sunday Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 3 Treasures From Our Tradition In our thoughts and prayers: Pray for the intentions of those in nursing facilities, the homebound, the chronically ill, and those who are critically ill. Please remember in a special way the following parishioners who have requested your prayers: Ralph Bailey, Maria Baleras, Jesse Brickhouse, Wanda Chartier, Judy Cordeiro, Lee & Sarah Davis, Marjorie Dixon, Elaine Evans, Agnes Harris, Bill Irvine, Joan Jones, Laura Jones, Bertha Kish, Erma Lawrence, Denise Lewis, Dorothy Lewis, Billie & Jim Myers, Margie Nowlin, Wilbur & Mary Perry, Benjamin Raposa, Simon Scott, Natalie Ulrey and Terry Williams. If you would like your name included in the Prayers for the Sick in the Bulletin please contact our coordinators for “Prayers for the Sick”, Gloria at 919-734-3810 or JoAnn at 919-7367266. Please also remember in your prayers all of our parishioners who are in the military especially those who are deployed. Diocese of Raleigh The confessional is a familiar setting in literature and drama. Everyone from Doestoevsky and Shakespeare down the line to Seinfeld has used the sacrament to tragic or comic effect or to reveal aspects of character otherwise hidden. All of this theater, from world classics to slapstick, has had a numbing effect on our own expectations, and has skewed how the culture looks at us and our struggle with sin and forgiveness, hope and healing. Yet the artists are on to something. The reconciliation chapel is a place where hearts are laid bare, where honesty is the watchword, and people confess their deepest needs. It is also a place of rebirth, or at least realignment. It is, like the baptismal font, a place where something dies, and where something else is born. Today, although literature has barely caught up, the place is usually not the dark and gloomy cabinet of old; rather it is a chapel that speaks of peace, serenity, and the comfort of a welcome home. People in one parish were astonished recently to see their children skipping with delight as they left the place of their first confession. We have to wait a bit for world literature to catch up with this reality, but at least we can experience the joy of penance, the thrill of a new beginning, the assurance of God's love. --Rev. James Field, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. www.dioceseofraleigh.org Memorial Donations… A thought for the day: “When God created each of us, He did so with precision and purpose, and He looks on each of us with love that cannot be outdone in intensity or tenderness.” ~2014 Respect Life Program pamphlet, USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities. SVDP Needs the following food items… Oats, grits, macaroni & cheese, spaghetti, noodles, hamburger helper, canned chicken, tuna, small jars of mayo, dry beans, rice and canned fruit. Non-food items needed are: toothbrushes, toothpaste, washcloths, deodorant, shampoo, toilet paper, mouthwash, dish detergent and household cleaners. Thank you for your continued generosity in helping the Society with their outreach to those in need in Wayne County. Goldsboro, N. C. Memorial Donations have been made to St. Mary Parish in memory of Marie Lawson Jernigan by Goldsboro Downtown Lions Club, Barbara & Michael Mayes, Miriam A. Falkner, Delores Schmidt, Edward & Margaret Jernigan, Jim & Billie Myers, Gary & Debbie Vaccaro. WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES REGISTRATION opens this fall! Celebrate with the universal Church family at the World Meeting of Families (WMF), Sept. 22-27, 2015 in Philadelphia. Over 152 nations are expected to gather for this Family Congress, packed with workshops, activities and an explosion of cultural enrichment throughout the city. IMPORTANT: Watch daily for online registration this fall http:// www.worldmeeting2015.org to secure your space! All families will need to register individually through the WMOF website according to the WMF organizers. Hotel rooms will be available to those who register first. Weekend rates will surely climb if there is an official announcement of the Pope’s visit. - See more at: http:// www.dioceseofraleigh.org/offices/ communications/centralizedmail#sthash.1GrKc03W.dpuf Divorced? Remarried? Planning to marry someone who is divorced? Do you have questions about freedom to marry in the Catholic Church? Did you know that the Tribunal is available to answer these and any other questions you may have about remarriage in the Church? Please contact Mrs. Vikki Newell (919-821-9759) with your questions, or you may wish to visit our website http:// www.diocesofraleigh.org/how/ tribuanal for further information. We welcome the opportunity to help you. Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time 4 Respect Life Saint Mary School Corner Keeping Spirit and Faith in Education Saint Mary School will be closed on Monday, October 13th in observance of Columbus Day. We wish all of our students and their parents a very pleasant long weekend. Our next Scrip order goes in on Tuesday, October 14th so if you want to order Scrip the order must be in the Church Office by 8:15 am on the 14th. October 15th is the end of our first quarter...the school year is moving quickly!! Thursday, October 16th the 7th grade has the bake sale. Friday, October 17th we have school Liturgy at 9:00am. Couples for Christ Present their Fifth Annual St. Mary Masquerade Charity Costume Ball… Saturday, October 25, 2014 in the School Auditorium 7PM till midnight. Admission is $15 per person and includes specialty hors d’oervers & nonalcoholic drinks. Must be 21 to enter must wear a mask to enter. Join in the fun and dance and party all night, prizes, raffles, contest and special performances. Get your ticket from any member of the Couples for Christ. All proceeds will support our TYM 2015 Mission Trip. What is 40 Days for Life all about? It was started in 2004 by 3 people in College Station, Texas who believed that abortion was a moral crisis with a moral answer. They prayed about how they could impact their local pro-life effort and their answer was 40 Days for Life. They chose 40 days because throughout history, God used 40-day periods to transform individuals, communities and the world. It is a three point program consisting of: Prayer and fasting – the most essential component Constant Vigil – the most visible component Community Outreach – the educational component The campaign spread like wildfire as these three were joined by masses of people that had more energy to pray than to listen to the negativity in the news. In the Fall of 2007, 40 Days for Life went national and now is a biannual campaign occurring in the Spring and Fall in 301 cities in 50 states, Canada, England, Ireland, Brazil, Peru, New Zealand, Spain, Australia and Germany. There have been 4,313 lives reported as spared from abortion, 53 abortion workers have quit and 16 clinics that have permanently closed. What we are doing in the Diocese of Raleigh for 40 Days for Life: You are invited to take part in the national 40 Days for Life prayer vigil from September 24 through November 2, 2014 at the abortion facility at 3305 Drake Circle, Raleigh, NC. The campaign of focused prayer will continue through November 2nd from 7:00am to 7:00pm each day. Contact email@example.com for more information or to sign up for a time to pray. October 12, 2014 World Mission Sunday, October 19 In his message for World Mission Sunday 2014, Pope Francis reiterated the close connection between evangelisation and joy. In his short message, he mentions the word, ‘joy’ (or rejoice) at least thirty three times! The World Mission Sunday is to be a celebration of grace and joy. Evangelisation is a celebration of grace because it is the work of the Holy Spirit and he alone gives wisdom and strength to those who are open to his promptings. It is a celebration of joy because Jesus in whom Christians proclaim to the world, is the ‘manifestation of joy’. Jesus not only brings Good News, He is Good News to everyone who encounters him. As such, the Church is called to communicate Jesus Christ to the world joyfully. In order to make this communication effective, it has to be done not only with words but with concrete deeds of love reflecting the heart and compassion of Jesus, the Good Shepherd. Let us Become One Family On Mission! Sharing the Good News with others is the work of all baptized Christians regardless of age! So you and I are encouraged to become aware of how we took up the call to become Missionaries from the day we were baptized. This campaign therefore spurs us to look at the different ways we can carry out our Mission by simply sharing the Joy of Christ in our family, in our community, in our parish and throughout the world! Can Anyone “Do Mission”? YES! Strengthened by the Holy Spirit, you can continue Jesus’ work to: • PROCLAIM who Jesus is and how He lived, taught, died and rose from the dead. This is to show who God is, to reconcile people to one another and to God, and to call everyone to the fullness of human life. • INVITE people everywhere to accept the salvation that Jesus offers by becoming one with Him. Jesus turns us away from sin and destructive relationships by inviting us to have a right relationship with God and others. We do this when we practice love, mercy, forgiveness, justice and kindness. Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 5 Goldsboro, N. C. Fall FesƟval Sponsors The following businesses and parishioners have generously donated to sponsor our Inflatables! Gold Sponsors Southeastern Medical Oncology (Dr. Samer Kasbari) Mitchell Eye Center (Sallie Mitchell Wahl) Bronze Sponsors Silver Sponsors Vaccaro Paint Company Dr. & Mrs. Gregory Bauer Ray & Su Urban Russ & Maureen Prys Robert & Ramona Ames Gary & Mary Parker Dr. M. C. Wiggins Dr.& Mrs. Dalton Dove Carla Berger Friends of St. Mary Rivik Solutions (Computer Services) Goldsboro News-Argus Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Aichele Mr. & Mrs. Harold Jones Gloria Griffin Mariano Mandujano Dan & Terry Panza Margaret Sadler Theresa Ames Gary Emery Elaine Evans Bob & Diane Bero Peg Newell Effie Labreque Mike & JoAnn Myers Lee Yahnker Gerry Crocker Ann Price Joanne Cecil Matt & Sarah Dixon Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Basket Presented by… PreK-Cupcake Delight Kinder-Campfire Fun! 1st grade-Feed the Birds 2nd grade-Giving Thanks 3rd grade-Family Fun Night 4th grade– A Pampered Pooch 5th grade-Kid Friendly Crafts 6th grade-Gift Wrap 7th grade-Pampered Chef 8th grade-Christmas Mrs. Horton & Mrs. Magoon-Legos Youth Board-Ice Cream Sundae K of C-Car Care Parish Council-Gift Card Tree Respect Life-Babies Fr. Alex-NC State Ladies Guild-Spirits Young Adults-Tailgate/Sports Carla Berger-Paella H.S.A.-Tech Time Catholic Charities-Me Time Verna Mullinax-Doll 6 October 12, 2014 Winner… Laura Jones Horton Family Becky Teresa Audelo Deacon Webster Nancy Connolly Amelia Dunmire Sequin Family Marcie Grant Ruth Kendall Braston Giddens Abigail Fisher David Sadler Paula Bowen Felicia Audelo Carole Sears Wiggins Family Linda deAraujo Nancy Cloete Cheryl Raposa Diane Archambault Carolyn Stevens Grand Prize $1,000—Aaron Ponce 2nd Prize $200—Alcides Pérez 3rd Prize $200—Elaine Evans 4th Prize $200—Husam Yousif 5th Prize $200—Ann Bostic Congratulations to all of our winners and thank you to all who made the Fall Festival a Parish Community Success!! Iglesia Católica Romana Santa María 7 Misión de la Parroquia Presentación de 3 Años La parroquia de Santa María es una comunidad católica y diversa que trabaja unida para vivir el evangelio, crecer en fe por la Eucaristía y compartir nuestros talentos en servicio a otros. Requisitos: ∗ Solicitarla 2 meses antes. ∗ Estar bautizado (a). ∗ Donación Goldsboro, N. C. TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE La Virgen María tiene siglos de estar apareciéndose a los cristianos. Aún antes de que fuese asunta al cielo, ella ya se le había aparecido al apóstol Santiago XV Años en Zaragoza, España. Según una antiSi cumples y/o deseas celebrar tus XV gua leyenda, Santiago llegó a tierra esaños en los primeros 6 meses del año te pañola en el año 40 para predicar el invitamos a inscribirte para la preparaEvangelio. Tuvo poco éxito y desaniDirectorio ción: mado pensaba sacudirse de los pies el Requisitos: polvo de aquella tierra y buscar converPadre John Alexander Gonzalez ∗ Estar bautizada tir otras gentes. Mientras estaba en 919 734-5033 ext. 27 ∗ Haber hecho la primera Comunión oración, María, la madre de Jesús, se le Bautismos—Elvira Ponce 919-252-0768 ∗ Inscribirse con 4 meses de anticiapareció con palabras de consuelo, ánimo y un pequeño obsequio. Le dio una pación Sacramentos imagen de ella misma sobre un pilar y ∗ Asistir a la preparación con el Niño Jesús en brazos. ∗ Donación Bautismo: Asistir a la preparación, paEn esa tierra ella pidió la construcción Abogado Certificado en Migración de un templo donde ella misma sería dres y padrinos y El ministerio social católico tiene un fijar la fecha con el sacerdote. altar para la gloria de Dios. Santiago abogado autorizado y reconocido para mismo construyó la primera iglesia Confesión: Sábados de 4:00pm a casos de migración si usted necesita al- donde hoy se encuentra una gran basíl4:30pm gún servicio comuníquese con: ica en honor de Nuestra Señora del PiPara enfermos en el hospital o en casa Jim Palmer 252-355-5111 lar. En el siglo XVIII, el Papa Clemente comuníquese (habla español) XII declaró el 12 de octubre como su con la parroquia. 2717 Memorial Blvd., Greenville fiesta en memoria de la llegada de los Unción de los Enfermos: Si usted europeos al continente americano. De VENGAN A LA FIESTA quiere recibir el sacramento por enferMaría vienen los principios del Día de la "El Señor de los Ejércitos preparará para medad u operación favor de comunicárRaza. todos los pueblos en este cerro, una noslo. --Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, comida con jugosos asados y buenos Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. Comunión para enfermos: Si tiene alvinos" (Isaías 25:6). Esto es lo que Isaías gún familiar en el nos dice hoy. Dios está organizando una hospital o en casa que desee recibir la inmensa fiesta para "todos los pueblos", comunión para "enjugar las lágrimas de todos los comuníquese con la parroquia. rostros". ¿Y qué es lo que Jesús nos dice? "El reino de Dios", él dice, es coMatrimonios: Iniciar la preparación mo "lo que le sucedió a un rey que con seis meses de anticipación. celebró las bodas de su hijo" (Mateo 22:2). Cuando los invitados no acuPlaticas Pre-Bautismales dieron, el rey mandó a sus sirvientes a Requisitos: que fueran "a las esquinas de las calles y ∗ Asistir a las pláticas, padres y paconviden a la boda a todos los que drinos. encuentren" (Mateo 22:9). Nosotros ∗ Traer copia del acta de nacimiento somos llamados a distribuir esta invidel niño (a). tación. Uno de los temas entrelazado ∗ Traer copia del acta de matrimonio con la liturgia de hoy es el referente a la de los padrinos. generosidad divina. Ausente de la reali∗ Llenar una solicitud por niño. dad, la gente a menudo asume que ha ∗ Estar registrados o registrarse en la "ganado" lo que tiene. En nuestros mejores momentos, sin embargo, somos parroquia. conscientes de que todos nuestros dones, incluyendo los espirituales, Confirmaciones provienen de la generosidad de Dios. ∗ Estar bautizado. Nuestra misión es invitar a la gente, ∗ Haber hecho la primera comunión. recordarles que las entradas no están a ∗ Ser mayor de 15 años. la venta. Lo único que podemos hacer es acudir y dar las gracias. Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. Vigésimo Octavo domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 8 Mateo 22:1-14 [1-10] INFORMACION IMORTANTE Abajo se encuentra la programación de las reuniones de trabajo para la Acción diferida para los llegados en la infancia (DACA). El cuadro a continuación detalla las reuniones de trabajo de DACA. No olvide revisar nuestra página web regularmente. Puede encontrar esta información allí. Visita: www. 12 de octubre de 2014 Lecturas De La Semana Lunes: Gálatas 4:22-24, 26-27, 31—5:1; Salmos 113 (112):1b-5a, 6-7; Lucas 11:29-32 Martes: Gálatas 5:1-6; Salmos 119 (118):4, 43-45, 47-48; Lucas 11:37-41 Miércoles: Gálatas 5:18-25; Salmos 1:1-4, 6; Lucas 11:42-46 Jueves: Efesios 1:1-10; Salmos 98 (97):1-6; Lucas 11:47-54 Viernes: Efesios 1:11-14; Salmos 33 (32):1-2, 4-5, 12-13; Lucas 12:1-7 Sábado: 2 Timoteo 4:10-17b; Salmos 145 (144):10-13, 17-18; Lucas 10:1-9 Domingo: Isaías 45:1, 4-6; Salmos 96 (95):1, 3-5, 7-10; 1 Tesalonicenses 1:1-5b; Mateo 22:15-21 CatholicCharitiesRaleigh.org Lugar St. Brendan’s Church – Shallotte CPFH – Raleigh CPFH – Raleigh CPFH – Raleigh Fecha Cada domingo después de la Misa en español de las 9:30 a.m. Miércoles, Octubre 8 Miércoles, Octubre 12 Miércoles, December 10 Hora 10:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.
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