Saint Andrew Catholic Church

St. Andrew Catholic Church
Address/Dirección : 1401 Valley Ave. Sumner, WA, 98390
Phone 253-863-2253 Fax 253-863-3567
Web Site:www.standrewsumner.org
January 18, 2015
PARISH STAFF / PERSONAL PARROQUIAL
Father Jack D.Shrum, Pastor, 253-863-2253, frjack@standrewsumner.org
Father Joseph Minh Nguyen, Parochial Vicar, 253-863-2253, frjoseph@standrewsumner.org
Christine Kolbrick, Pastoral Assistant for Administration, 253-863-2254, christinekolbrick@standrewsumner.org
Tracy Lentz, Administrative Assistant, 253-863-2253, parishoffice@standrewsumner.org
Olaf Valderrábano-Aguilar, Pastoral Assistant for Hispanic Ministry, 253-863-3220, olaf@standrewsumner.org
Monica Rodrigues, Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation, 253-863-4300, monicarodrigues@standrewsumner.org
Amy Gallwas, Pastoral Assistant for Music/Liturgy, 253-826-3859, music@standrewsumner.org
Elise Rodrigues, Children’s Choir, ChildrensChoir@standrewsumner.org
Eduardo Ramirez, Spanish Liturgical Music, eduardoramirez@standrewsumner.org
Leann Korbuszewski, Bulletin Editor, bulletins@standrewsumner.org
Margarita Quiroz, Custodian, 253-863-2253
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DOMINICALES
Saturday 5:00pm (English) & 7:00pm (en Español)
Sunday 8:00am & 10:30am (English), & 5:30pm (English)
The Rosary is prayed 1/2 hour before daily and weekend masses
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DIARIAS
Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri, Sat, 9:00am; Wed 6:00pm (English)
Lun, Mar, Jue, Vie, Sab, 9:00am; Mie 6:00pm, (English)
ADORATION Thurs: all day until 6:00pm
24 hour Adoration first Friday of each month
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION / CONFESIONES
See Planning Ahead Section for days and times.
Confessions are celebrated in English and Spanish
Se puede confesar en Inglés o Español
EMMANUEL FOOD PANTRY / BANCO DE COMIDA
Tuesday/Martes 10:00am - 12:00 Noon
Wednesday/Miércoles 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Friday/Viernes 10:00 am - 12:00 noon
Contact Arlene Evavold: 253-863-3655
Ss. Cosmas & Damian Catholic Church
Address/Dirección: 213 Leber St. NW, P.O. Box 215 , Orting, WA 98360
PARISH STAFF / PERSONAL PARROQUIAL
Father Jack Shrum, Pastor, 253-863-2253, frjack@standrewsumner.org
Father Joseph Minh Nguyen, Parochial Vicar, 253-863-2253, frjoseph@standrewsumner.org
Christine Kolbrick, Pastoral Assistant for Administration, 253-863-2254, christinekolbrick@standrewsumner.org
Leann Korbuszewski, Administrative Assistant, 360-893-3154, office@sscosmasanddamian.comcastbiz.net
Monica Rodrigues, Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation, 253-863-4300, monicarodrigues@standrewsumner.org
Vida Drew, Music Director, 360-893-3154, sscdmusic@comcast. net
Ray Stewart, Custodian, 360-893-3154
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DOMINICALES
Sunday, 9:30am
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE / MISAS DIARIAS
Wednesday, 9:30am
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION / CONFESIONES
Sunday, 8:45-9:15am & by appt.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
360-830-6879, sscd.svdp@gmail.com
PARISH NURSE , Marlene Bartram, R.N.
360-893-3154, sscdparishnurse@comcast.net
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Saint Andrew Catholic Church
Mission Statement: To Become Saints
Following the example of our patron, St. Andrew, with humility we seek to:
Hear God’s call through the truth of the Catholic Church,
Respond in love with acts of charity and mercy,
Grow continuously through the sacraments and daily prayer and
Proclaim the Good News through our vocation.
PLANNING AHEAD
READINGS FOR NEXT WEEK- JAN 25, 2015
Third Sunday of Ordinary Time
MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2015
Office Closed
Mass (Int. Sanctification of all Priests and
Religious):900am
St. Vincent de Paul, 7:00pm, Bldg D
Jonah 3:1-5, 10
Psalm 25 :4-5, 6-7, 8-9
1 COR 7:29-31
Mark 1:14-20
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2015
Mass (Nestor and Minoo Wedding Anniv, int),
9:00am
Day Altar Society, 11:45am, Bldg B
Evening Altar Society, 6:30pm, Bldg B
Divine Mercy Cenacle, 7:00pm, Bldg E
SUNDAY COLLECTION
January
Goal:
Actual:
Difference:
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2015
Mass (Al Colella+), 6:00pm
Elementary Faith Formation,6:00pm, Church
Chancel Choir, 7:30pm, Church
THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2015
Men’s Prayer Hour, 5:00am, Church
Liturgy of the Hours, 7:30am, Church
Mass (Jairo Hernandez+), 9:00am
Mom’s Group, 9:00am Bldg E
Adoration 10:00am-6:30pm
Confession, 5:00pm
Benediction, 6:00-6:30pm
RCIA,7:00pm, Hall; RCIC, 7:00pm, Bldg D
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015
Liturgy of the Hours, 7:30am, Church
Confession, 8:00am
Mass (Renee Marrone+), 9:00am
SATURDAY, JANUARY 24,2015
Mass (Marion DeGroot+) 9:00am
Confession, 10:00am & 3:00pm
Baptism (English), 11:00am, Church
Baptism (Hispanic), 12:00pm, Church
Mass, 5:00pm
Hispanic Choir, 5:30pm, Hall
Mass (in Spanish), 7:00pm
SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 2015
Mass, 8:00am
Chancel Choir, 9:30am, Church
Mass, 10:30am
Preschool, 10:30am, Bldg E,
Youth Ensemble, 4:00pm, Church
Mass, 5:30pm
NO Middle School Youth Group
NO High School Youth Group
Year to
Goal:
Actual:
Difference:
Food pantry: $
, 2015
$17,000
$
$
Date
$
$
$
SVDP: $
PRAY FOR THE DECEASED OF
THE PARISH
PARISH LEADERSHIP—ST. ANDREW
Altar Servers
Altar Society-Day
Altar Society-Evening
Art & Environment
Extraordinary Ministers
Finance Council
Funeral Receptions
Gabriel Project
Helping Hands
Knights of Columbus
Lectors
Long Range Planning
Marriage Preparation
MC’s & Sacristans
Men’s Club
Mom’s Group
Pastoral Council
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Respect Life
St. Vincent de Paul
Stewardship
Ushers
Joan Cox
jcoxbox@comcast.net
Kathy Weber
253-927-6099
Karen Raffle
253-686-3807
Judy Caviezel
253-863-6544
Sharon Stamper
253-686-2586
Joe Shaughnessy
206-271-9359
Diane Caviness
253-862-1379
Julie Covell
253-988-0735
Theresa Stallman
509-991-8563
Joe Rempe
253-840-6401
Mona Sullivan
253-389-0568
Carl Jones
253-988-2275
Tracy Lentz
253-863-2253
Steve Rossignol
253-845-8217
Joe Shaughnessy
206-271-9359
Jessica Druffel
513-260-7402
Randy Cox
253-380-2139
Kelly Bowman
253-678-3732
Julie Covell
253-988-0735
Patti Tisdale
253-863-4394
Shelly Sosa
253-709-4488
Arnie Huck
253-863-5278
Catholic Community Services Counseling Center
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253-502-2696
Saints Cosmas & Damian Catholic Church
Mission Statement: Proclaim the Good News of God’s Saving Love to all People; Establish
and nourish a praying community of believers; Give practical expression to the Gospel by
serving the needs of others and transforming the world.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
January 4, 2015
PLANNING AHEAD
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Office Closed
Fr. Robert Barron Study, 7:00pm
Goal:
$2,227
Actual:
$2,899
Difference: $ 672
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Year to
Goal:
Actual:
Difference:
Mass (Al Colella+), 9:30am
Confession, 10:15am
Scripture Reflections, 10:30am
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Date_
$60,128
$64,347
$ 4,309
Christmas: $1,915;
Mary, Mother of God: $397
Support U Training, 9:00am, Gathering Space
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Confession, 8:45am
Mass, 9:30am
Altar Society, 11:00am, Large Classroom
OFFICE HOURS
Tuesday 9:00am-1:00pm
Friday
9:00am-1:00pm
ALTAR SOCIETY
The next Altar Society meeting will be held on
Sunday, January 25th, at 11:00am.
All
women of the parish are invited to attend. We
will meet in the large classroom.
OFFICE HOURS THIS WEEK
HARVEST DINNER
PRAYER REQUESTS
Thank you to everyone who
planned, attended, volunteered
their time, and donated items for
the Harvest Dinner and for the auction.
Numerous hours go in to putting on this event
on each year and the dedication and hard
work of all involved is very much appreciated.
All in attendance had a wonderful night and
lots of fun.
Proceeds from the dinner totaled $8,312.00.
The parish office will be open on Monday of
this week instead of Tuesday so that we may
all attend the Mass for Life in Olympia.
Karl Fleming, Dennis Hanson,
Kathy Melsness, Marlene Wilson,
Tony Zepeda
POINSETTIAS
Thank you to those who purchased
a poinsettia in dedication to a loved
one. The altar looked beautiful for
t he C hr istmas seaso n! The
poinsettias are now ready to go home with
you and may be picked up after mass today.
PARISH LEADERSHIP — Ss. Cosmas & Damian
Altar Servers:
Altar Society:
Coffee Hour:
Communications
Eucharistic Ministers:
Finance Council:
Homebound Ministry:
Joe Rempe
Patty Carr
Marlene Wilson
Charlene Binfet
Lisa Clinton
Tom Schmidt
Tony Schneider
Marlene Bartram
253-840-6401
360-897-0310
360-893-7211
253-951-8954
253-845-0083
360-893-0673
253-224-3163
253-576-6566
Lectors/MC’s
Joe Rempe
Liturgical Music
Vida Drew
Parish Health Ministry Marlene Bartram
Pastoral Council
Carrie Joy
Prayer Line:
Patty Fleming
Prayer Shawl Ministry: Kay Williams
St. Vincent de Paul:
Tony Schneider
Ushers:
Bob Smith
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253-840-6401
360-893-3154
253-576-6566
360-893-6350
360-893-9229
360-893-5163
253-224-3163
360-893-6502
Dear friends,
I just walked across from the rectory to the office as the sun was setting and cast the most beautiful pink/
purple hue on the clouds and onto Mount Rainier. I am so grateful to be here and to enjoy the natural beauty of
this great state, especially here in this lush and verdant valley. There are so many blessings and benefits to
living here and at the same time there are great challenges. The greatest challenges come to us from our
culture and are hostile to our faith. These challenges are opportunities to grow. Some of us choose to look the
other way. Some jump into the fray without counting the consequences. The Church wants us to gently,
kindly, joyfully witness to the world the beauty of our faith.
This week is a wonderful opportunity for us to do just that. This week is the Mass for Life at St. Martin’s on
Tuesday, January 20, at 9:30am. Usually Archbishop Sartain celebrates this Mass at the pavilion, but this year
he is convalescing after having surgery on his neck and back. As I looked at the latest issue of the Northwest
Progress it advertised that he would be celebrating the Mass. Due to the circumstances it looks like maybe
Bishop Elizondo or another great priest from the Archdiocese is up for the celebration this year. I can’t wait to
see who got tapped. It is always wonderful to see hundreds of Catholics gathered to pray together for the
respect for life in the context of the Mass. Each year I look forward to this event and to the day when we will
not have to have it. After the Mass we go to the Capitol to gather and pray on the steps. We are joined by the
legislators who work to defend life and by leaders and members of different Christian denominations. Each
year there are thousands who gather and each year it gets bigger. I encourage you to come if you can.
I learned something new as I attended the Cornerstone Conference this past October (well I learned a lot of
new things, but in particular) listening to Bishop Joseph Tyson, Bishop of Yakima and former priest of
Seattle. He asked how many people lived in WA in 1973. A few hands went up. Then he proceeded to tell
those of us who were not around at that time that even before the decision of Roe v. Wade that legalized
abortion in the United States, Washington had legalized abortion through a vote. So even if the decision of
Roe v. Wade were to be overturned, abortion would still be legal here in Washington and we would still have
to advocate for the abolition of the law that is currently on the books.
We all struggle living in a culture that is hostile to our faith and the way of life that we know to be right. Jesus
knew that we would be put into such circumstances. This is why He encourages us to be “in the world and not
of the world,” to be “sly as serpents and gentle as doves,” and to know with assurance that “Blessed are they
who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven,” and “Blessed are you
when they insult you and persecute you and utter every kind of evil against you [falsely] because of
me. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward will be great in heaven. Thus they persecuted the prophets who were
before you.”
Please join the faithful across our beautiful country in praying for the respect of all life and for the end to
abortion in our country and in our state. You can get resources and information at this website.:
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Queridos amigos,
Acabo de caminar de mi casa a la oficina mientras el sol se estaba poniendo y coloreando del más bello rosa/
púrpura las nubes y el Monte Rainier. Estoy muy agradecido de estar aquí y poder disfrutar de la belleza
natural de este gran estado, sobre todo aquí en este exuberante y verde valle. Hay tantas bendiciones y
beneficios de vivir aquí y al mismo tiempo hay grandes desafíos. Los mayores desafíos vienen a nosotros de
nuestra cultura y son hostiles a nuestra fe. Estos retos son oportunidades para crecer. Algunos de nosotros
elegimos voltear la mirada. Algunos saltan a la palestra sin medir las consecuencias. La Iglesia quiere que
suave, amable, y gozosamente demos testimonio al mundo de la belleza de nuestra fe.
Esta semana tendremos una oportunidad maravillosa para que hagamos precisamente esto. El Martes 20 de
Enero a las 9:30 de la mañana será la Misa por la Vida, en la Universidad San Martín. Por lo general, el
Arzobispo Sartain celebra esta Misa en el pabellón, pero ahora él está recuperándose de una cirugía en el
cuello y la espalda. En el último número de la revista el Progreso del Noroeste se anuncia que él celebraría la
Misa. Debido a las circunstancias, parece que el Obispo Elizondo u otro gran sacerdote de la Arquidiócesis va
a celebrar este año. No puedo esperar a ver quién es el elegido. Siempre es maravilloso ver a cientos de
católicos reunirse para rezar juntos por el respeto a la vida en el contexto de la Misa. Cada año espero este
evento y el día en que no tengamos necesidad de realizarlo. Después de la misa vamos al Capitolio para
reunirnos y orar en las escalinatas. Nos reunimos también con los legisladores que trabajan por la defensa de
la vida y con líderes y miembros de otras iglesias cristianas. Cada año hay miles de personas que se reúnen y
cada año crece más. Los animo a venir, si es posible.
Aprendí algo nuevo en la Conferencia Cornerstone, en Octubre pasado (aprendí un montón de cosas nuevas,
pero ésta en especial) escuchando al Obispo Joseph Tyson, Obispo de Yakima y sacerdote de Seattle hace
algunos años. Él preguntaba cuántas personas vivían en Washington en 1973. Un par de manos se levantaron.
Luego procedió a contar a aquellos de nosotros que no estábamos en ese año que, incluso antes de la decisión
de Roe vs. Wade que legalizó el aborto en Estados Unidos, Washington había legalizado el aborto a través del
voto. Así que incluso si la decisión de Roe vs. Wade fuera revocada, el aborto seguiría siendo legal aquí en
Washington y aún tendríamos que luchar por la abolición de la ley que se encuentra actualmente en los libros.
Todos nosotros batallamos viviendo en una cultura que es hostil a nuestra fe y al modo de vida que sabemos
que es correcto. Jesús sabía que viviríamos en estas circunstancias. Es por esto que Él nos anima a vivir "en el
mundo sin ser del mundo"; a que seamos "astutos como serpientes y sencillos como palomas"; y a saber con
seguridad que "bienaventurados son los que padecen persecución por causa de la justicia, porque de ellos es el
reino de los cielos" y que "bienaventurados seréis cuando os injurien, y os persigan y digan falsamente toda
clase de mal contra vosotros por mi culpa. Alegraos y regocijaos, porque vuestra recompensa será grande en el
cielo. Así también persiguieron a los profetas que fueron antes de vosotros”.
Por favor únase a los fieles a través de nuestro hermoso país en oración por el respeto a toda la vida y por el
fin del aborto en nuestro país y en nuestro estado. Usted puede obtener recursos e información en este sitio de
la red:
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M inisterio Hispano ~ Hispanic M inistry
Nuestra misión: llegar a ser santos.
Siguiendo el ejemplo de San A ndrés, nuestro santo patrono, con humildad procuramos:
Escuchar el llamado de Dios mediante la verdad de la Iglesia Católica,
Responder en amor con actos de caridad y misericordia,
Crecer continuamente por medio de los sacramentos y la oración diaria, y
Proclamar la Buena Nueva de acuerdo a nuestra vocación.
Adoración Eucarística
Un encuentro personal con Cristo …
Bautismos 2015
Sábados a las 12 del mediodía:
Jueves de 9:45 AM a 6:30 PM
Viernes de 6:30 AM a 8:30 AM
Enero 24, Abril 18, Mayo 23, Junio 27, Julio 25,
Agosto 22, Septiembre 26, Octubre 24,
Noviembre 28
~ .~
Primer Viernes de Cada Mes:
24 Horas de Exposición y Adoración:
Padres de familia y padrinos asisten a
2 reuniones de preparación:
Febrero 7 y 14, Marzo 7 y 14, Abril 11 y 18, Mayo 2 y
9, Junio 6 y 13, Julio 11 y 18, Agosto 1 y 8, Septiembre
5 y 12, Octubre 3 y 10, Noviembre 7 y 14
Iniciamos con la Santa M isa el V iernes a las 9:00 de
la mañana, para terminar con la Santa M isa el
Sábado a las 10 de la mañana.
POR FAVOR HABLE O VAYA A LA OFICINA PARA RESERVAR LUGAR
Santos y Mártires
Un santo es alguien que a pesar de sus faltas y debilidades, busca a Dios y se deja transformar por Él.
Octavio Ortiz, Mártir (El Salvador)
El Padre Octavi o se dedicaba especial mente al trabajo con los jóvenes obreros. Acostumbraba darles formaci ón en casas de
retiros. En la madrugada del dí a 20 de Enero de 1979 el ejército y otros grupos paramilitares invadieron el local en donde
estaba dando un retiro y mataron al padre, así como a otros 4 jóvenes. Un tanque pasó por enci ma de la cabeza del
sacerdote, destruyéndole completamente el rostro. El Arzobis po Romero, en la misa de l os funerales, subrayó este hecho
diciendo: "El padre Octavi o muri ó con el rostro destrozado. En la funeraría trataron de arreglarlo, pero no pudieron
dejarl o como era antes. Octavio ya se transformó porque ofreció su rostro por Cristo".
Palabra del Señor
Segundo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Semana de Oración por la Unidad Cristiana
“Que se postre ante ti, Señor, la tierra entera; Que todos canten himnos en tu honor
y alabanzas a tu nombre”.
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N OS P REP ARAM OS PARA LA M ISA LE YE NDO Y M E DI TANDO LAS LECTURAS DE L P RÓXI M O D OM I NGO:
JONÁS 3, 1-5 Y 10; SALMO 24; C ARTA A LOS CORINTIOS 7, 29-31; SAN MARCOS 1, 14-20
HORAS DE OFICINA: MARTES Y VIERNES : 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
C ERRADO LUNES , MIÉRCO LES , J UEVES Y S ÁBADOS . S ÁBADOS: CLASES, BAUTISMOS, RETIROS, M ISA A LAS 7:00 PM.
TEL. (253) 863-3220
E- MAIL: OLAF@STANDREWS UMNER.ORG
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COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Rachel’s Corner
RESPECT LIFE~ Stay alert.
Be informed. Stand for life!
Hope and Healing After Abortion
"The person who possesses Christian meekness
is affectionate and tender towards everyone; he
is disposed to forgive and excuse the frailties of
others . . .”
- St. Francis de Sales, Feast: January 24
respectlife@standrewsumner.org
WASHINGTON STATE
MARCH FOR LIFE
Pray to St. Francis de Sales, the Gentle Christ of
Geneva, and ask for God’s grace and mercy in
finding forgiveness for yourself and others. We
can help.
St. Andrew will be chartering a coach bus for the
2015 Mass and March for life this Tuesday
January 20th. The bus will depart the church
parking lot at 0745 and return no later than 3:30
pm. We will attend the Mass for Life at St. Martin
University then proceed to the State Capitol for
the rally. Signups in the vestibule this weekend.
We have 26 seats left and will be first come first
serve. So, please signup this weekend if you are
coming. Any questions please come back and see
us. Cost for the bus is $15 per person or $25 for
a family of 3 or more. Scholarships available.
Please feel free to call me to get a seat on the
bus as well.
March 6-8, 2015
Call Valerie: 1-800-822-HOPE (4673)
You are loved with an everlasting Love!
Project Rachel is a program of Catholic
Community Services.
PREGNANT? NEED HELP?
CALL THE GABRIEL PROJECT
1-800-ANGEL
Any questions please call or email Jim Covell
at 253 988 8746;jimcovell@msn.com.
ST VINCENT de PAUL
MOVING?
In the Gospel today, Jesus asks “What are you
looking for?” Often we are looking for happiness
in very selfish ways, but we find that when we
look for ways to make others happy, it is then
that we truly become happy.
HAVE A NEW PHONE NUMBER OR
E-MAIL ADDRESS?
PLEASE LET US KNOW!
When your personal information changes,
please let us know so that we can keep our
records up to date:
As you place your gift in the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul in the collection basket,
know that you are a sign of God’s love to
those who are suffering and you give them
reason to believe and to trust.
parishoffice@standrewsumner.org
or 253-863-2253.
BULLETIN ARTICLES
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
If you have an article for the bulletin please
submit it by Monday, 2:00pm, for the following
week’s edition. bulletins@standrewsumner.org
Monday and Thursday: 9:30am to 4:00pm;
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm.
Closed daily for lunch from 12:00pm-1:00pm.
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FAITH FORMATION/PARISH LIFE
“There is More”
Discovering God’s Best for Your Marriage
Retreat (Tom & Kari Curran)
UPCOMING RETREATS AT THE
ARCHBISHOP BRUNETT RETREAT CENTER
AT THE PALISADES
Feb 13-15 Valentine’s Day marriage Retreat
Tom and Kari Curran
February 13-15, 2015
Feb 20-22 “Follow Me” Answering God’s Call to
Holiness Young Adult Retreat
Andy Lichtenwalner
Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center
at the Palisades
$330 per couple, scholarships available
www.seattlearchdiocese.org/palisades
206-748-7991
This special Valentine's Day weekend retreat is
designed to help couples discover the hope and
adventure in following God’s plan for their
marriage. Tom and Kari Curran share wisdom
and practical tools that help couples form a
faith-centered vision for their marriage and their
family that provides a solid foundation from
which to grow and withstand the pressures of
life. The weekend consists of insightful,
humorous and engaging presentations, question
and answer sessions, and special times for
couples to talk and pray together.
Feb 20-22
The Spirituality of Shakespear:
Richard III
Fr. Stephen Rowan, PHD
Mar 6-8
“We are a People on Pilgrimage”
Women’s Silent Retreat
Fr. Richard DeLillio, O.S.F.S.
Mar 13
Men’s Silent Retreat
Fr. Jack Shrum
For more information or to signup for a retreat,
please call 206-748-7991 or
visit their website: palisades@seattlearch.org or
seattlearchdiocese.org/palisades.
OUR HOLY FATHER’S PRAYER INTENTIONS
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY
Dear God,
At this Mass, please give me the
Universal: PEACE
That those from diverse religious traditions and
all people of good will may work together for
peace.
grace I need to refrain from
judging any heart but my own.
Give me the grace I need
Evangelization: CONSECRATED LIFE
That in this year dedicated to consecrated life,
religious men and women may rediscover the joy
of following Christ and strive to serve the poor
with zeal.
to mean the prayers I speak,
intend the gestures I make
and pray the songs I sing.
Dear God, please help me not
pull back in judgment
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE
CATHOLIC FAITH
but lean forward and
pray this Mass with love.
If you have questions about the
Catholic faith, or if you are interested in
finding out what it takes to become Catholic,
contact Monica Rodrigues at 253-863-4300. I'd
love to help you find the answers you are
seeking and determine your next steps.
Amen
Michael John Poirier
www.prayerbreaks.org
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PARISH LIFE
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETINGS
ANDY’S SAINTS ARE BACK!
All ladies of the parish are invited to join us for
our monthly meetings. The daytime group
will
meet
on
Tuesday,
January20 th ,
at 11:45a.m., with lunch served at 12:15p.m.,
followed by the meeting. The evening group will
meet
on
Tuesday,
January
20 t h ,
at 6:30p.m. with dinner, followed by the
meeting. Meetings are held in the hall (Building
B). This is a great time to get together, learn
how we serve our parish, have fun, and meet
new people. We are always welcoming new faces
and fresh ideas!
Come and see what you’ve been missing!
Andy's Saints are back, after having
a few months of rest from fundraising events for Relay for Life,
with coffee
and
K-cups
to
purchase this weekend on Jan. 17/18 after
all the Masses. We appreciate the support you
have given us in the past and we hope to see
you again at our table purchasing coffee for
yourself and or friends/family. If you want to be
part of Andy's Saints Relay for Life Team 2015,
please let us know when you stop by the coffee
table.
We have enthusiasm, energy, smiles,
age, and youth and we're happy to have you join
us.
KNIGHTS KORNER
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The Knights of St. Joseph the
Worker Council 15136 are looking
forward to a charitable and
productive 2015. Keep your eyes and ears open
as to how you can take part in all that we have
to offer to the parish and community.
BUNCO is back!
Please mark your calendar for
Friday, Feb. 13, 7:00-9:00pm.
Relay for Life team will host another fun
gathering. Donation is $10 plus a white
elephant. We will be selling tickets/taking names
of those interested on Jan. 17/18 and Jan.
31/ Feb. 1 (along with coffee sales on both
weekends).
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to become
more involved in your parish? Make a resolution
you can keep this year, and join the Knights of
Columbus here at St. Andrew and Ss. Cosmas
and Damian. We are always in search of
gentlemen to join in our good works. Interested?
Please contact Joe Rempe at (253) 840-6401.
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