The Bulletin - Saint Andrew Church

Jan. 25, 2015
Third Sunday of Ordinary Time
St. Andrew Announcements
Parish Giving Update
Together we fund our parish
and live our mission!
DISCIPLES & APOSTLES
“Come after me,” said Jesus, “and
I will make you fishers of people.”
Those are two functions, two sides
of the same coin. Following the path
of a master is the work of a disciple,
student or apprentice. Going fishing
for people, however, is the work of a
person sent in the name of another.
The Twelve were fishers of people
for Christ Jesus. Are not we also
both disciples and apostles for Christ
Jesus? Yes. In his name we proclaim
the Gospel of God. The time is now;
God’s reign is breaking in! We proclaim that Good News in word and
deed to all because we love them.
Text, James A. Wilde, PhD © 2000,
OCP. All rights reserved.
Today’s Readings
Jonah 3: 1-5, 10
1 Corinthians 7: 29 - 31;
Mark 1: 14 - 20
I will make you
fishers of people.
Donations Summary - Dec. 2014
Stewardship giving is on a rise.
$32,600.05 was donated towards the
Sunday offertory during the month
of December making the weekly average $9,856.18 - which is $650 more
than the weekly average in December
2013. There were 181 individuals or
families who donated during December, which doesn’t include people
who gave loose change.. Of those
181 families, 45% are using automatic
giving.
The pew fund received $5,250 in
donations which is 96% of the goal.
Donations received at Christmas
Masses totaled $7,827.17 This is
down $1,433 from last year.
Thank you for your generous support of
our parish!
Thank you St. Andrew Family!
I am truly humbled by your
outpouring of Love.
With grateful heart, Robbie Bello
Holy Redeemer Raffle
It’s time for the 7th Annual Holy
Redeemer You Choose Auction
Raffle. Students from Holy Redeemer
Catholic School will be selling raffle
tickets for $25 each in the Community Center after masses until the end
of January.
Grand Prize is either a trip for
two to Hawaii, including five nights
and two round-trip tickets OR $3000
in tuition to ANY Catholic school in
the US for the 2015-16 school year!
Other prizes include a 50” smart TV,
a 64 GB iPad and $400 gift cards to
Target or iTunes.
All proceeds support the Holy
Redeemer Scholarship and Endowment Fund. The drawing will be at
the auction on February 28. You need
not be present to win.
Parent Support Network
You can find the website at: http://
groups.google.com/group/st-andrew-parent-support-network
Youth Ministry News
Climate/Earth Justice
Retreat is set for Sunday
February 15 through
Monday February
16. We’ll go to mass
together and depart after mass to a camp
in Toledo, WA, returning by 4:30pm. Invite
your friends from outside St. Andrew who
are interested in the topic! We’re in need
of drivers/cooks/chaperones! Please email
Heather for details..
After mass today, all high-schoolers and
mature 14 year-olds are invited to a discussion regarding sexuality, identity and the
Church, with Maria Fleming in Thea Bowman room.
Prayer Requests
For prayer requests via email, please contact Louise
Kasper at 503.280.2690,
or e-mail your request to
lgkasper@comcast.net
Gospel Choir News
The St. Andrew Gospel Choir’s next rehearsals will be Wednesday
Feb.11th and 18th at 7:00 pm
in the church. The choir will
sing at mass on 4th Sunday
Feb. 22nd. Anyone wishing to join the choir please
come to rehearsal. If coming for the first
time please call ahead to 503-477-0424 as we
sometimes have last minute changes.
Bulletin Announcements
In order to ensure timely printing and
delivery for bulletins, materials for next
Sunday’s bulletin must be received by 5 PM
on Monday. Please ensure your items are
proofread and edited before sending your announcements to Joy Wallace at joy.wallace@
comcast.net.
St. Andrew E-mail
If you wish to have
something announced
to the community, please
send your message to Joy
Wallace at joy.wallace@
comcast.net as a Word
document that is proof-
St. Andrew Welcomes You
To find out about the St. Andrew Parish Community, we invite you to fill out the Registration Form found on the Hospitality tables at both entrances to the church. Someone from the Hospitality/Welcoming Committee will call you soon. You can also find
helpful information at our website, www.standrewchurch.com.
The Catholic Community of St. Andrew
806 NE Alberta Street Portland, OR 97211 Ph. 503-281-4429 Fax 503-281-4411
Servicios
Services
Sunday Eucharist: 9:30 am (English), 12:30 pm (Spanish)
Weekday Eucharist: 9:00 am (Tuesday-Friday)
Reconciliation: 5:00 pm Saturday
First Saturday of each month, the 5:30 pm bilingual Mayan
Community Eucharist is in Spanish and Kanhoval
Staff
Pastor
Fr. Dave Zegar, ext.11
dzegar@archdpdx.org
Director of Stewardship & Administration
Sarah Granger ext. 22
sgranger2@archdpdx.org
Bookkeeper
Karina Felix, ext. 15
kfelix@archdpdx.org
Bulletin Editor
Joy Wallace 503-284-2613
joy.wallace@comcast.net
Community Center
Joy Ruplinger, ext. 16
communitycenter@standrewchurch.com
Hispanic Ministry Diana Ruiz, ext. 17
hispanic@standrewchurch.com
Janitor
Ricky Ford
Liturgy/Music
Michael Prendergast, ext. 12
mprendergast@archdpdx.org
Religious Education
April Sandoval, ext. 23
asandoval@archdpdx.com
Youth Ministry
Heather Moline, ext. 37
hmoline@archdpdx.org
Ministries & Programs
Art & Environment
Tom La Voie 503.737.5570
TLL726@gmail.com
Community Forum
John Villaume 503.282.1705
jmvillaume@yahoo.com
E-mail Prayers
Louise Kasper 503.280.2690 lgkasper@comcast.net
Emergency Services
Joe Condon, 971.244.0339
emergencyservices@standrewchurchcom
Welcoming LGBTQ
Valerie Silliman 503 953-6242
Ministry
vsilliman@gmail.com
Jerry Deas 503.319.1326
jerrydeas@comcast.net Gospel Choir
Edna Hicks 503.287.2360
Hospitality
Elizabeth Weber 503.493.9271
Infant Baptism
Carmi Lyon 503.231.9140 or
lyon.carmi@gmail.com
Rite of Christian
Carol Kelley
Initiation of Adults
clklmft@gmail.com
Senior Ministry
Lucinda Tate
lucindatate46@gmail.com
St. Andrew Legal Clinic 503.281.1500
St. Andrew Nativity School 503.335.9600
One Spirit-One Call OSOC.portland@gmail.com
La Misa Domingo: 9:30 am (Ingles), 12:30 pm (Español)
La Misa diaria: 9:00 am (Martes-Sábado)
Confesiones: 5:00 pm los Sábados
Primer Sábado del mes, misa bilingue Maya Kanhoval y Español a
las 5:30 pm
Los Ministerios
Asistentes Pastoralesy
Comité Hispano
Diacono
Diaconoy Ministerio Maya
Grupo de Jovenes
Lectores
Preparación Bautizos
Promotores de Salud
Catequesis
Diana Ruiz 503.281.4429, ext. 17
hispanic@standrewchurch.com
Bertha Moseson 503.729.8075
guaderrama@alumni.stanford.edu
Ramón Jacob 503.288.5913
Romeo Jimenez 971.221.6298
rjimenez@pastoralmayausa.org
Alejandro Bautista
alejandrobautista001@gmail.com
Esteban e Isabel Ruiz 503.735.4617
Diana Ruiz 503-281-4429. ext. 17
Cesar Geronimo
cgeronimoc@gmail.com
Martina Murray 503.281.2329
Isabel Camacho 503.737.5192
Council & Committee Chairs
Administrative Council Auction Co-Chairs
John Kelly 503.528.8221
john.kelly.pdx@gmail.com
Patty Gardner 503.936.5542
gardgals@comcast.net and Casey Boggs 310.403.3941 caseyboggs@hotmail.com
Building & Maintenance Jerry Lindsay 503.757.6644
Community Center Lisa Hatten 503.880.0116
Management Council lisamhatten@gmail.com
Hispanic Committee
Bertha Moseson 503.729.8075
guaderrama@alumni.stanford.edu
Liturgy Commission
Michael Prendergast, ext.12
mprendergast@archdpdx.org
MACG Core Team
Bev Logan 503.922.9481
bevlogan62@aol.com
Pastoral Council
Christy Mason 503.961.2723
christybmason@gmail.com
Personnel Committee
Joan Miller 503.703.3315
joangrady@comcast.net
St. Vincent de Paul Joe Condon 971.221.8636
jdcvon@gmail.com
St. Andrew Weekly Calendar Jan. 25 - 31
Today:
Coffee and socializing
Youth Group discussion10:45 AM
Wednesday Pastoral Council
7:00 PM
Thursday
Bible Study
7:30 PM
Saturday
Saturday School10:00 AM
Confessions
5:00 PM
View our Parish Calendar at www.standrewchurch.com
for all meetings and events
St. Andrew Announcements - Jan. 25, 2015
REMINDER
Please bring nonperishable food, diapers, and toiletry items and drop them
in the St. Vincent de Paul barrels
in the entryway of the church each
Sunday. You may also bring one item
and place it in the basket as the gifts
are collected.
RECONCILIATION CHAPEL
Before Vatican II the Sacrament of Reconciliation, at that
time called the Sacrament of Penance, or confession, was
associated with a small dark room where the penitent maintained anonymity. The priest also could not be seen, and the
two spoke to one another through a screen. Since Vatican II
churches have incorporated larger rooms
known as reconciliation chapels where the
priest and penitent can sit together, share
Scripture and celebrate the sacrament, now
known as reconciliation. This provides
more of an opportunity for the penitent
to ask questions and for the priest to offer
counselling.
THIRD SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME
CYCLE B
By Elaine Rendler-McQueeney, from Today’s Liturgy 2012
Today we journey with Jesus to Galilee as he calls the
people to repentance.
He invites James and John to join him and by the end of
the story, they have radically changed their lives to follow
him. Today’s readings provide yet another opportunity for
the Rite of Welcoming the Candidates into the RCIA to take
place. Also, see Paul Covino’s hospitable words about the Rite
of Reception for baptized adults coming into the Catholic
Church in his Ritual Notes on liturgy.com. An appropriate
song after today’s Gospel and homily is “The Summons”
(kelvingrove), addressing the call to discipleship and the cost.
Not too slow, please—it’s dance-like.
The entrance processional “Sing a New Song” (Psalm
98) has the same spirit as today’s entrance antiphon from a
royal psalm (Psalm 96). Dan Schutte has eliminated the word
Yahweh and provided a smooth revision of the text of this
favorite. “Yahweh’s people dance for joy” has been modified
to “Shout with gladness! Dance for joy!” Nice work, Dan!
You are a blessing to us. (He is also a Today’s Liturgy reader.)
Dan’s book, Walking the Sacred Path (ocp.org/21303), based
on the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, can
be used to assist parish councils, RCIA teams, prayer groups,
and even individuals to deepen their relationship with Christ
through a creative, contemplative approach.
© 2011, OCP. All rights reserved.
THINGS TO DO & PLACES TO GO
SR HELEN PREJEAN COMING TO
LEWIS & CLARK
Sister Helen Prejean, a member of the Congregation
of St. Joseph, has been instrumental in sparking national
dialogue on the death penalty and helping to shape the
Catholic Church’s newly vigorous opposition to state
executions. She will be speaking on Wednesday, February 4,
2015 at 7:00pm at Lewis and Clark College.
The week before Sister Helen speaks, the film Dead
Man Walking will be shown Wednesday, January 28, 2015
at 7:00pm in PST Lewis & Clark Agnes Flanagan Chapel in
Portland, Oregon
The Grotto’s 11th
Annual Crabfest
Saturday, Feb. 28, 5 p.m.
The Grotto Conference Center
$60 per person
Price includes the all-you-can-eat buffet, dessert and your
first alcoholic beverage (beer/wine). All other beverages
are complimentary and additional alcoholic beverages will
be available for purchase.
Compassionate Communication
Learn effective ways to communicate that include clarity and compassion for yourself and others. Discover the
brain’s role and how to strengthen neural connections so as
to stay grounded in difficult discussions.
Feb 7, 2015 from 9:30-3pm in the Oscar Romero Room.
Taught be parishoner, Celeste Kersey, who has 10 years
experience teaching NonViolent Communication.
Fee is $30 with scholarships available. Contact Celeste
with questions or
to register: organicbabies@canby.com or 503.348.8778 or
register after mass in the Community Center on Jan 11 or
Feb 1st.
THE MEANING OF
CONFIRMATION
The meaning of confirmation has changed
over the years. Originally it was celebrated
as part of baptism, one of the parts of
the initiation ritual. As the bishop became
no longer the primary minister of baptism
due to the large numbers of people, confirmation became
separated from baptism and became the bishop’s confirmation of the baptism ministered by the priest. Gradually as
it was celebrated later in life, further removed from baptism, it became thought of as a teenage right of passage, a
change for the individual to make a personal commitment.
With the Vatican II reinstatement of the catechumenate,
the original order and meaning of the sacrament was
restored with confirmation following immediately after
baptism as a sacrament of initiation. In some countries
the two sacraments were never separated, but have always
remained linked.
St. Andrew Announcements, Continued
St. Vincent de Paul/St. Andrew Emergency Services
The glories of weakness
MINISTERIO HISPANO
Bautizos:
Preparación pre-bautismal es cada
segundo sábado de mes a las 7pm. Y los
bautizos son cada cuarto domingo del
mes (excepto durante cuaresma). Llame
a Diana al 503-281-4429 ext 17 para
registrarse.
Primera Comunión Las clases inician en
el mes de octubre, los miércoles de 6:30
a 7:45. Registraciones están cerradas.
Quinceañeras:
Se realizan cada tercer sábado del mes.
Tienen que ser miembros de la parroquia y tener la primera comunión hecha.
Llame a Diana al 503-281-4429 ext 17
para registrarse y confirmar la fecha.
Bodas:
Comunicarse directamente con Padre
David al 503-281-4429 ext 11.
El 3 de diciembre iniciamos la novena
a la virgen de Guadalupe. Asegúrese de
llevar el calendario con fechas y direcciones.
“In my weakness is my strength,” Paul writes (2 Cor.
12:10). I never understood that passage nor did I like it
until, struck with polio as a young woman, I began little by
little to realize that if I ever walked again, it would not be
thanks to me, it would be thanks to everyone around me
who formed the human chain that kept me human. When
I could not move, they carried me. When I could not work,
they found functions for me that justified my existence.
When I could not find a reason for going on, they liked
me enough to give me back a sense of human connectedness. When I could not cure
myself, they cured me of the clay of my limits and turned them into life again. They
taught me the glories of weakness.
When I most wanted to be strong and like no other time in life found myself
defined by my weaknesses, I began to understand the great questions of life. If I do
not need other people, what is their own purpose in life, what is their claim on my
own gifts when they need me as I have needed them? The moment I come to realize
that it is precisely the gifts which I do not myself embody that make me claimant to
the gifts of others—and they of mine—marks the moment of my spiritual beginning. Suddenly, creature-hood becomes gift and power and the beginning of unlimAlerta de acción referente a un coited personal growth.
–from In Search of Belief by Joan Chittister, OSB
municado del IRS por correo postal.
El IRS le informo a la Arquidiócesis de
Society of St. Vincent de Paul:
All donations to the St. Andrew Conference of St. Vincent de Paul support those in Portland que con el proposito de asistir
need in our community. Please write checks to St. Vincent de Paul/St.Andrew so it a individuales posiblemente afectados
por fraude fiscal, está intentando expedir
goes to emergency services of our parish.
un numero PIN de Protección de IdenVacation Bible Camp
tidad (IP PIN) a cada individuo quien
Vacation Bible Camp leaders needed!
obtuvo una verificación de antecedentes
We need volunteers to help with the planning. There are roles
penales a través del antiguo proveedor
for all! This has been such an incredibly special week for all the de verificación de antecedentes para la
children of our parish.
Arquidiócesis de Portland en Oregon y
For more info contact April Sandoval at 503.281.4429 ext. 23 or la Arquidiócesis de Seattle, sin importar
asandoval@archdpdx.org.
cuando o para que parroquia, escuela u
Action Alert: IRS Mailing
organización fue realizado. El numero IP
PIN ha sido o será enviado por el IRS por
The IRS informed the Archdiocese of Portland that, in an effort to assist indicorreo postal (USPS Mail) a principios de
viduals potentially affected by tax fraud, it is attempting to issue an Identity Protec- este enero 2015. El numero IP-PIN debe
tion PIN (IP PIN) number to every individual who had a criminal background
ser incluido en su declaración de impuescheck processed through the former background check vendor for the Archdiocese tos para el año 2014. El IRS no procesara
of Portland in Oregon and the Archdiocese of Seattle, regardless of when, or for
aquellas declaraciones de impuesto que
no incluyan este número IP PIN, con la
which parish, school or other organization. The IP PIN number has been or will
be sent by the IRS via US Mail by early January 2015. The IP-PIN must be included intención de proteger a personas para que
no se presente un declaración fraudulenta
on your 2014 tax return. The IRS will not process returns that do not include this
IP PIN number in an effort to protect people from having a fraudulent return filed en su nombre para el año fiscal 2014.
Por favor lea la información importante
in their name for the 2014 tax year.
que ha sido publicada sobre este tema
If you have questions, please contact the IRS Identity Protection Special Unit
del numero IP-PIN en la página web
at 1-800-908-4490 or visit a Taxpayer Assistance Center. Please do not contact the
de la Arquidiócesis: www.archdpdx.org.
Archdiocese. The Archdiocese has no information on the issuance of IP-PINs.
Haga clic en donde dice Action Alert en
la primera página. Si tiene preguntas, por
Birthdays This Week
favor póngase en contacto con la Unidad Especializada en la Protección de la
Today: Marie Langenes and Molly Ziegler
Next week Bernard Siddall, Irma Avila Peralta, Edoardo Gallizio,
Identidad del IRS al siguiente número:
Diana Jacob, Maureen Roache, Jack Kennedy, Arturo Rangel-Canizal,
1-800-908-4490 o acuda a un Centro de
Asistencia al Contribuyente. Por favor
Beth Davis, Harriet Lee, Graydon Miller, Francisco Munoz, Bridget
no contacte a la Arquidiócesis. La ArSummit, Daniel Adkisson, Jaime Duenas, Laura Fajardo Carrillo, Hecquidiócesis no tiene información sobre la
tor Valle, Fia Arias, and James Moore.
emisión de los numero IP-Pin.
Gracias por su cooperación con respecto
Anniversaries this week
a este asu
Jack and Karen Lewis; and Francisco Manuel and Ana Pascual