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Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, 1017 11th St., Sacramento,, CA 95814 —November 2, 2014
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Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, 1017 11th St., Sacramento,, CA 95814 —November 2, 2014
All Souls Day
“The souls of the just are
in the hands of God.”
TODAY IS BROWN BAG SUNDAY!
GET OUT THE VOTE PHONE BANK
Our Cathedral Saint Vincent de Paul Society ministers to our
homeless through its Cathedral Square Homeless Program and
feeds the hungry with donated food. On Brown Bag Sunday,
donated lunches will be taken up during the offertory as our gifts
at all the Masses, and then distributed to the hungry during that
month. The need is great indeed. Please be generous.
Monday, November 3, 9am-7pm
Tuesday, November 4, 9am-7pm
Join us as we encourage voters to the polls the eve and day of
elections! For more information, please contact Gabby Trejo, 916
-955-6264. Meet us at the Sacramento ACT Office, 9249
Folsom Blvd Sacramento 95826.
AYUDE A SACAR EL VOTO ESTA ELECCIÓN
LLAMAREMOS A VOTANTES QUE HABLAN ESPAÑOL
Lunes, 3 de noviembre, 9 am- 7:30 pm
Martes, 4 de noviembre, 9 am- 7:30 pm
Acompañemos ala hora que guste. Para mas información llame a
Gabby Trejo 916-955-6264 Donde: Sacramento ACT Office,
9249 Folsom Blvd Sacramento 95826.
OFRENDAS DE DIA DE MUERTO
El Grupo de Padres del Santísimo Sacramento auspiciado por el
Programa de Educación Religiosa y en colaboracion con El
Ministerio de la Puerta; y el Ministerio de Respeto a la Vida, le
invita cordialmente a visitar la exposition de Ofrendas de Dia de
Muerto que estará abierta al público en general hoy domingo 2 de
Noviembre de 2:00 pm a 3:00 pm en el salón Mercy en el sótano
de la catedral.
DAY OF THE DEAD
The Parent Group of the Blessed Sacrament sponsored by the
Religious Education Program in collaboration with the Front
Door Ministry and the Pro Life Ministry cordially invite you to
visit the exposition of “Ofrendas de Muerto” in display today
November 2 in Mercy Hall at the cathedral. Open to the general
public from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
ALL SOULS DAY
Every year the Church sets aside the Month of November
beginning with All Souls Day to commemorate those who have
gone before us marked with the sign of faith. Please plan to
attend one of our Masses today as we pray for our loved ones,
fellow parishioners, and national/international persons who have
passed from this life in the promise and hope of sharing in God’s
Kingdom. In the pews, please find All Souls envelopes for the
inclusion of names of the Faithful Departed you wish to be
remembered in the Masses of November, and of every Sunday
and Holy Day of the year. You may place these envelopes in any
collection.
BOOK OF THE DEAD
In the Chapel of the Martyrs (right of altar), we have positioned
the Book of the Dead with a candle and
modest flowers. Please write the names
of loved ones you wish to remember in
this book. If you would like to make an
offering, you will find offering
envelopes by the small sign pointing to
the poor box where you may place your
offerings. These All Souls envelopes
will remain on the Cathedral Altar
throughout November as an outward sign of our mutual,
concerted, and ongoing remembrance of All the Faithful
Departed.
MEN’S RETREAT AT CHRIST THE KING
RETREAT CENTER NOVEMBER 14-16, 2014
All men are invited to attend a men’s retreat at Christ the King
Retreat Center November 14-16, 2014. The theme of this retreat,
led by the staff at Christ the King, is: “Living the Joy of the
Gospel”. This is a wonderful way to reflect on our priorities in
life, and to renew our personal relationship with Christ. Please
call Celeste Gisla at 916-308-0804 for a reservation and
additional information.
ROSARY CLUB
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 AT 7:15 PM
You are invited to pray the Most Holy Rosary with us! In the
lower level of the Cathedral (enter from the alley across from the
parking lot). If you have any questions, please speak with Sister
Jenny at (916) 444-5364. Rosary Beads and instructions are
provided. Parking will be available after 7pm. We hope to see
you there!
FREE MOVIE NIGHT AT CATHEDRAL
SPONSORED BY THE LAY CANOSSIAN ASSOCIATION
WHEN: November 14, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
WHERE: Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Mercy Hall
(lower level)
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Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, 1017 11th St., Sacramento,, CA 95814 —November 2, 2014
THANKSGIVING DAY MASS
SECOND COLLECTION
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27
MASS AT 10:00 AM
ARCHDIOCESE OF THE MILITARY SERVICES
Next weekend, November 8/9, the Diocese of Sacramento will
take up a collection delayed from 2013 for the
Archdiocese of the Military Services. The
Archdiocese is the sole endorser of chaplains
for the Veterans Administration hospitals. In
2008, 242 priests were endorsed for service in
the Veterans Administration. Approximately
1.5 million Catholic men and women are
served by the Archdiocese. To meet the needs
of the faithful, the Archdiocese has three
auxiliary bishops to assist the archbishop in his pastoral duties.
All are former chaplains; Bishop Richard Higgins from the Air
Force, Bishop F. Richard Spencer and Bishop Neal Buckon from
the Army. The Archdiocese is currently headquartered in the
northeast section of Washington, DC, adjacent to The Catholic
University of America.
Put the turkey in the oven and join us for morning Mass to give
thanksgiving for all our
blessings today and every day.
There will be one Mass on
Thanksgiving Day November
27, 2014, at 10:00 am (no
12:10 pm or 5:10 pm Mass).
Some of the children from the
Faith Formation Program will
be participating in this
celebration. PLEASE BRING
FOOD ITEMS YOU WISH
TO BE BLESSED FOR
YOUR THANKSGIVING DAY MEAL.
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PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY
CATHEDRAL PARISH REGISTRATION & UPDATE
NAME #1: _____________________ ____________
THANK YOU
NAME #2: ________________________ ___________
(LAST NAME, FIRST NAME)
(LAST NAME, FIRST NAME)
ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________________________
(STREET ADDRESS)
(CITY)
(STATE)
(ZIP CODE)
PHONE: (_____) _________________ (_____) ______________________________ (_____) _________________________
(HOME)
(CELL)
(WORK)
EMAIL: HOME ___________________________________________ W ORK ________________________________________
PREFERRED METHOD OF WEEKLY OFFERING:
______ OFFERING ENVELOPES (WILL BE SENT TO YOUR HOME)
______ BILLPAY THROUGH YOUR BANK (USUALLY DONE ON-LINE ON YOUR BANK’S WEB SITE)
______ CATHEDRAL WEB SITE: WWW.CATHEDRALSACRAMENTO.ORG (ONLINE DONATIONS)
(MAY GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR BEAUTIFUL CATHEDRAL.)
PLEASE RETURN BY: 1) PUT INTO COLLECTION BASKET AT MASS; 2) SCAN TO PDF FILE AND EMAIL TO: BLESSED@CATHEDRALSACRAMENTO.ORG; 3) FAX TO: 916-443-2749; OR 4)
MAIL TO: 1017 11TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95814.
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Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, 1017 11th St., Sacramento,, CA 95814 —November 2, 2014
CATHEDRAL MASS
SCHEDULE & INTENTIONS
(THIRTY-FIRST WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME)
SAT
11/1/2014
5:00 pm
Martha Martin, S.I.
SUN 11/2/2014
7:30 am
Fr. Jerome Young, O.S.B.
9:00 am
Epifania Ganutisi & In Thanksgiving
11:00 am William Reuss 
1:00 pm
Jose Santos Arellano 
5:00 pm
Cora Omega Jose 
MON 11/3/2014
ST. MARTIN DE PORRES
PHIL 2: 1-4; LK 14: 12-14
12:10 pm: Souls of the Family Mao 
5:10 pm:
Andrea Ferrero, S.I.
TUES 11/4/2014 ST. CHARLES BORROMEO, BISHOP
PHIL 2: 5-11; LK 14: 15-24
12:10 pm: Joseph Dang Van Hoa 
5:10 pm:
Luis & Vicente Rodriguez 
WED 11/5/2014
PHIL 2: 12-18; LK 14: 25-33
12:10 pm: Khanh Nguyen 
5:10 pm:
Mary Lu Denham, S.I.
THU 11/6/2014
PHIL 3: 3-8A; 15: 1-10
12:10 pm: Teddy Mancenido 
5:10 pm:
Maria Ly 
FRI
11/7/2014
PHIL 3: 17—4:1; LK 16: 1-8
12:10 pm: All Souls 
WEEK AT A GLANCE
SUN 11/2/2014
9:00 am RCIA Class for children and teens
9:30 am Breaking of the Word
11:00 am Breaking of the Word for Children
11:15 am Spanish Religious Education
MON 11/3/2014
6:30 pm Evening Prayer RCIA Team
7:00 pm RCIA Class
7:30 pm SVDP Feed the Homeless Program
TUES 11/4/2014
7:00 pm English Confirmation Classes
7:00 pm Spanish Choir practice (7 pm)
7:15 pm Cathedral Rosary Club
WED 11/5/2014
7:00 pm Communion and Liberation
7:30 pm SVDP Feed the Homeless Program
THUR 11/6/2014
7:00 pm Spanish Prayer Group
FRI 11/7/2014
SAT 11/8/2014
10:30 am English Religious Education
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
“COULD YOU NOT KEEP WATCH WITH ME ONE HOUR?”
WED & THUR 12:40 PM-4:45 PM
FRI 12:40 PM-3:45 PM
TO SIGN UP CALL TITI KILA (916) 206-7846 OR (707) 6280340 OR E-MAIL TO CATHEDRALADORATION@GMAIL.COM
CATHEDRAL TOURS
NO 5:10 PM MASS ON FRIDAYS
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, Adoration,
Chaplet of the Divine Mercy and Benediction with the
Relic of St. Faustina after 12:10 Mass
EVERY SUNDAY AFTER 9:00 AM AND 11 AM MASSES
CATHEDRAL PRAYER CORNER
EVERY SUNDAY 9:00 AM--3:00 PM
CATHEDRAL GIFT SHOP
MONDAY 11:00 AM TO 2:00 PM
LET US PRAY FOR THE SICK AND SUFFERING
LISA ANGELO
JOHN D. AMARO
BRANDON BARROWS
BROWN FAMILY
GEORGE BURNS
CHARLES CORDIMA
MARIA GUADALUPE CARDONA
HARRY GABO
MONICA GABO
FRANK GARCIA
MARY GUILLORY-DEGAS
JOE DOSCHER
SILVIA GARCIA
CARLOS S. GOMEZ
LUIS GUTIERREZ
KATI JANSEN
TIMOTHY JIMENEZ
NORMA KATINDOY
JOSEPH CRAWFORD LEON
VIRGINIA MANCENIDO
NILDA MEDINA
MARIA ELENA MONZANI
CLORAINE MIURA
ELIZABETH PAUL
ROSEMARY PLAIN
JOHNNY RAMIREZ
DOMINIC RENZI
JOANNE RENZI
MARIA ROKOMASI
DALING SANTOS
LILY DA SILVA
BRIAN SWANN
JEOFF SWANN
PHILIP WORTH
DONNA WORTH
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS
The Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults
(RCIA) is a process of
spiritual and educational
formation for adults who
seek to become full
members of the Roman
Catholic Church through
conversion of mind and
heart. The process is
open to all persons who
genuinely seek by God's
grace to live their lives in
the Catholic Christian faith. For details, please call Sister Jenny
at (916) 444-5364 or email to jenny@cathedralsacramento.org.
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NOVEMBER 2, 2014
COMMEMORATION OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED (ALL SOULS)
God's Love for Us
WIS 3:1-9 • ROM 5:5-11 • JN 6:37-40
L
ast year on All Souls Day a priest still in his first year
of priesthood wore black vestments on All Souls Day.
The parishioners were startled, some were angry. What
it created was an opportunity to revisit All Souls Day. Although
we've grown used to seeing white vestments on All Souls Day
and at funerals, in studying the history of the celebration many
were surprised that wearing black vestments is still an option for
All Souls Day and funerals as well as wearing purple. The colors
speak to many realities, and when it comes to death one of the
realties is mourning, thus the black. In fact, most people wear
black clothing at funerals!
All Souls Day calls us to pray for
those we love, and this calls to us to
ponder purgatory, a church doctrine
that many do not understand. Older
Catholics remember purgatory being
presented as a place for those not
good enough to get into heaven but
not bad enough to be sent to Hell. It
was said to be a place of fire and
punishment. Religious textbooks had
horrific pictures of purgatory taken
from Gustave Dore's illustrations for
Dante's Divine Comedy. Catholics
were taught to do everything they
could to earn "time out of Purgatory"
because of the torment.
Children's first Communion missals
would have various prayers with a
statement of how many years a person
could get out of purgatory by saying each prayer, what we call
"Indulgences." One man remembers how at recess he and other
classmates would repeat a prayer over and over again trying to rack
up as many years out of purgatory as they could. He estimates that
before their teacher caught on and stopped the practice he and his
classmates had earned about 250,000 years out of purgatory!
This was an immature spirituality and even silly, but the teachings
and doctrines behind praying for the dead and purgatory are
anything but silly. Purgatory is not about punishment. Purgatory is
about the promise and hope of God's unbelievable mercy. We
should look at it again.
Purgatory reminds us that we are responsible for our sins, for
our "thoughts, words and deeds." In an age of avoiding
accountability we are reminded that with God we do not
escape accountability. But, while we cannot escape
accountability, purgatory also reminds us we are not left
without God's love and mercy and His desire that we should
one day live with Him in the Kingdom.
Sin cannot enter into heaven. Sin cannot exist in heaven.
Unfortunately, despite our goodness, we cannot claim that we are
sinless. If we think of purgatory in terms of a verb, that is "to
purge," purgatory is an action of God purging us of our sinfulness.
Jesus won salvation for us, but to be saved does not excuse us from
our personal sin. Fortunately, purging our sins in this act of God
makes it possible for us to enjoy the salvation won by Christ.
Gold does not look like much when it first comes out of the ground.
It can be hard to recognize gold in the
ore that holds it. For gold to become a
thing of beauty it must be purified. Gold
has to be "tried" or "proved." Nuggets
and ore containing gold are put through
intense heat. Because gold has a low
melting point, it will melt before the
impurities imbedded with it. Gold and
the impurities are separated. The process
has to be repeated several times, but
finally poured into molds and with a
little buffing, pure gold gains its true
beauty.
All Souls Day teaches us about the
Resurrection. Jesus defeated death and
rose from the dead; therefore, the
bonds of love that exist in this life do
not end with death. When it comes to
death, love should not be used in the
YOU SHALL NOT
past tense. We still love those who
WRONG
ANY
have gone
before us. All Souls Day teaches us that we can still
WIDOW
OR
ORPHAN
act on the
love
we still have.
Today the Church calls us to pray for the souls in Purgatory.
What are we praying for? We pray that God "will be merciful in
judging our brother/sister" (funeral rite).
We speak of deceased loved ones being taken into heaven, yet
we want to be wary of merely presuming God's love. Instead,
although the Father's love is promised by Christ, we humble
ourselves and ask for God's love and mercy. Jesus tells us that it
is God's will "that I should not lose anything of what He gave
me, but that I should raise it on the last day." Today we rejoice
that we can help our loved ones by asking Christ to raise our
loved ones into the Kingdom.
Black is a very serious color, and black vestments, although
rarely worn, remind us of the seriousness of death but also of
the seriousness of God's love for us.
The Priest
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$5.00
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TODAY’S READINGS
WIS 3: 1-9: GOD TRIED
THEM AND FOUND
THEM WORTHY OF
HIMSELF.
ROM 5: 5-11: HOPE DOES
NOT DISAPPOINT.
JN 6: 37-40: EVERYONE
WHO BELIEVES IN
THE SON MAY HAVE
ETERNAL LIFE AND
BE RAISED ON THE
LAST DAY.
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY
CATHEDRAL PARISH REGISTRATION & UPDATE
NAME #1: _____________________ ____________
THANK YOU
NAME #2: ________________________ ___________
(LAST NAME, FIRST NAME)
(LAST NAME, FIRST NAME)
ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________________________
(STREET ADDRESS)
(CITY)
(STATE)
(ZIP CODE)
PHONE: (_____) _________________ (_____) ______________________________ (_____) _________________________
(HOME)
(CELL)
(WORK)
EMAIL: HOME ___________________________________________ W ORK ________________________________________
PREFERRED METHOD OF WEEKLY OFFERING:
______ OFFERING ENVELOPES (WILL BE SENT TO YOUR HOME)
______ BILLPAY THROUGH YOUR BANK (USUALLY DONE ON-LINE ON YOUR BANK’S WEB SITE)
______ CATHEDRAL WEB SITE: WWW.CATHEDRALSACRAMENTO.ORG (ONLINE DONATIONS)
(MAY GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR BEAUTIFUL CATHEDRAL.)
PLEASE
RETURN
BY:
1) PUT INTO
BLESSED@CATHEDRALSACRAMENTO.ORG; 3)
COLLECTION
BASKET
AT
MASS;
2) SCAN TO PDF FILE AND EMAIL
FAX TO: 916-443-2749; OR 4) MAIL TO: 1017 11 STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95814.
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NATIONAL VOCATION AWARENESS WEEK
SEMANA NACIONAL DE LAS VOCACIONES
The Catholic Church in the United States will celebrate National
Vocation Awareness Week, November 2-8. This observance,
sponsored by the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Clergy,
Consecrated Life and Vocations, is a special time for parishes in
the U.S. to foster a culture of vocations for the priesthood,
diaconate and consecrated life.
Pope Francis, in his November 2013 apostolic exhortation,
Evangelii Gaudium, underlined the continued need to build a
culture of vocations. “The fraternal life and fervor of the
community can awaken in the young a desire to consecrate
themselves completely to God and to preaching of the Gospel.
This is particularly true if such a living community prays
insistently for vocations and courageously proposes to its young
people the path of special consecration,” Pope Francis wrote.
“A culture of vocations is one that provides the necessary
support for others to hear and respond to God’s call in their
lives,” said Bishop Michael F. Burbidge of Raleigh, North
Carolina, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Clergy,
Consecrated Life and Vocations. “With God’s grace, we help
build that culture through fervent prayer, the witness of our lives
and the encouragement we extend to those discerning a vocation
to priesthood or consecrated life.”
A 2012 study, “Consideration of Priesthood and Religious Life
Among Never-Married U.S. Catholics,” conducted by the
Georgetown University-based Center for Applied Research in
the Apostolate (CARA), highlighted the role community
encouragement plays in the discernment process. (Full study:
www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/vocations/survey-of-youth
-and-young-adults-on-vocations.cfm)
“The number three seems to be critical in making a difference in
the life of someone contemplating a vocation,” said Father
Shawn McKnight, USCCB’s executive director of Clergy,
Consecrated Life and Vocations. “When three or more people
encourage someone to consider a religious vocation, he or she is
far more likely to take serious steps toward answering that call.”
Father John Guthrie, associate director of Clergy, Consecrated
Life and Vocations, adds that National Vocation Awareness
Week should also focus on communities that are
underrepresented among religious vocations today, especially
Hispanics.
“While numbers of U.S. Hispanics pursuing religious vocations
are picking up, they still lag behind the overall demographic
trends,” said Father Guthrie. “Fifty-four percent of U.S.
Catholics under the age of 25 are Hispanic, yet only 15 percent
of students in major seminaries are Hispanic, and many of these
were born in other countries. To reach this untapped potential,
the Church must do far more to engage and support young
people in these communities.”
La Iglesia Católica en los Estados Unidos celebrará la Semana
Nacional de las Vocaciones del 2 al 8 de noviembre. Esta
celebración patrocinada por el Comité para el Clero, la Vida
Consagrada y las Vocaciones de la Conferencia de Obispos
Católicos de los Estados Unidos (USCCB), es un momento
especial para que las parroquias en el país fomenten una cultura
de vocaciones al sacerdocio, el diaconado y la vida consagrada.
El Papa Francisco en su exhortación apostólica de Noviembre
del 2013, Evangelii Gaudium, resaltó la necesidad continua de
construir una cultura de vocaciones. “Es la vida fraterna y
fervorosa de la comunidad la que despierta el deseo de
consagrarse enteramente a Dios y a la evangelización, sobre todo
si esa comunidad viva ora insistentemente por las vocaciones y
se atreve a proponer a sus jóvenes un camino de especial
consagración”, escribió el Papa Francisco.
“Una cultura de vocaciones es una que provee el apoyo necesario
para que otros escuchen y respondan al llamado de Dios en sus
vidas”, dijo el Obispo Michael F. Burbidge de Raleigh, North
Carolina, presidente del Comité para el Clero, la Vida
Consagrada y las Vocaciones, de la Conferencia de Obispos
Católicos de los Estados Unidos (USCCB). “Con la gracia de
Dios ayudamos a construir esa cultura a través de la oración
fervorosa, el testimonio de nuestras vidas y el apoyo que le
damos a quienes estén discerniendo una vocación para el
sacerdocio o la vida consagrada.”
Un estudio del 2012 titulado “Consideration of Priesthood and
Religious Life Among Never-Married U.S. Catholics,” realizado
por el centro de la Universidad Georgetown, Center for Applied
Research in the Apostolate (CARA), resalta el papel que juega el
apoyo de la comunidad en el proceso de discernimiento. (Estudio
completo: www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/vocations/
survey-of-youth-and-young-adults-on-vocations.cfm)
“El número tres parece ser clave en lograr la diferencia en la vida
de alguien que contempla una vocación religiosa,” dijo el Padre
Shawn McKnight, director ejecutivo del Secretariado para el
Clero, la Vida Consagrada y las Vocaciones. “Cuando tres o más
personas animan a una persona a considerar una vocación
religiosa él o ella están más dispuestos a tomar medidas para
contestar al llamado.”
El Padre John Guthrie, director adjunto del Secretariado para el
Clero, la Vida Consagrada y las Vocaciones, añade que la
Semana Nacional de las Vocaciones también debería enfocar en
las comunidades que están escasamente representadas entre las
vocaciones religiosas, especialmente entre los hispanos.
“Mientras el número de hispanos en los Estados Unidos que
siguen vocaciones religiosas está en aumento, ellos continúan
subrepresentados en las tendencias demográficas”, dijo el Padre
Guthrie. “Cincuenta y cuatro por ciento de los católicos menores
de 25 años son hispanos y solo un 15 por ciento de estudiantes
en los principales seminarios son hispanos y muchos de estos
nacieron en el extranjero. “Para alcanzar dicho potencial, la
Iglesia debe ir más allá para involucrar y apoyar a la juventud
en esas comunidades”, dijo.”
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