Bulletin - Cathedral of Christ the King

february 22, 2015
First Sunday of lent
10 Things to Remember for Lent
1. Remember the formula. The Church does a good job capturing certain
truths with easy-to-remember lists and formulas: 10 Commandments, 7
sacraments, 3 persons in the Trinity. For Lent, the Church gives us almost a
slogan—Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving—as the three things we need to
work on during the season.
2. It’s a time of prayer. Lent is essentially an act of prayer spread out over
40 days. As we pray, we go on a journey, one that hopefully brings us closer
to Christ and leaves us changed by the encounter with him.
3. It’s a time to fast. With the fasts of Ash Wednesday and Good Friday,
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Around the Parish
Page 2
Children’s Book Drive
Page 3
Adult Running Club
Page 4
Easter Flower Donations
Page 4
Around the Archdiocese
Page 8
CRHP Retreat
Page 9
Hispanic Pages
Pages 10-11
meatless Fridays, and our personal disciplines interspersed, Lent is the only
time many Catholics these days actually fast. And maybe that’s why it gets
all the attention. “What are you giving up for Lent? Hotdogs? Beer? Jelly
beans?” It’s almost a game for some of us, but fasting is actually a form of
penance, which helps us turn away from sin and toward Christ.
4. It’s a time to work on discipline. The 40 days of Lent are also a good, set
time to work on personal discipline in general. Instead of giving something
up, it can be doing something positive. “I’m going to exercise more. I’m
going to pray more. I’m going to be nicer to my family, friends and
5. It’s about dying to yourself. The more serious side of Lenten discipline is
that it’s about more than self-control – it’s about finding aspects of yourself
that are less than Christ-like and letting them die. The suffering and death of
Christ are foremost on our minds during Lent, and we join in these
mysteries by suffering, dying with Christ and being resurrected in a purified
6. Don’t do too much. It’s tempting to make Lent some ambitious period of
personal reinvention, but it’s best to keep it simple and focused. There’s a
reason the Church works on these mysteries year after year. We spend our
entire lives growing closer to God. Don’t try to cram it all in one Lent. That’s
a recipe for failure.
7. Lent reminds us of our weakness. Of course, even when we set simple
goals for ourselves during Lent, we still have trouble keeping them. When
we fast, we realize we’re all just one meal away from hunger. In both cases,
Lent shows us our weakness. This can be painful, but recognizing how
helpless we are makes us seek God’s help with renewed urgency and
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To submit a non-published prayer
request for our parish Prayer Chain,
email cother@comcast.net or call the
Church office, 404-233-2145.
† Monsignor Frank and the parish
community of Christ the King
wish to extend their deepest
sympathy to: the Reeves family on
the death of Kitty Reeves, mother of
Paul Ragan; the Ward family on the
death of Rebekah Candler Ward,
mother of Scott Ward.
† We ask that you pause a moment
to offer a prayer for the sick of
our community, especially:
William Abdella, Barbara Azar,
Harold Barry, Mary Braniff, Jeannie
Stier Butler, Evangeline Catot,
Cecelia Lapedus, Anna Martin, Eula
Marshall, Sarah McKinney, Marie
Pearce, Elizabeth Pennington, Isaac
Saleumsy, Patty Steadman, Edward
St. John.
† Congratulations and prayers for
those who were married January
3: Chantel Nicole Hagner & John
Anderson Lanier; Kait Marie
Murphy & Alan Wen Kwan.
† Congratulations, welcome and
prayers for our new members
through baptism: Grant Michael
Reis, James Allan Burris, Zack
Augustus Cullens V, Benen
McMurphy Reyher, Payton Collins
Fite, Luke Joseph Schaeffer, Abigail
Marie Barefoot.
Short Sermons to Live By
Prayer, humility, and charity toward
all are essential in the Christian life:
they are the way to holiness.
Pope Francis
Around the Parish
Training Dates
Please make note of the upcoming Lector Training & 3-year Re-certification dates:
Monday, February 23, 6-8 pm
Saturday, February 28, 11 am-1 pm
Thursday, March 5, 6-8 pm
Thursday, March 12, 6-8 pm
If interested, contact: Shawne Giustra at shawnegiustra@bellsouth.net.
We will also hold Extraordinary Minister Training & 3-year Re-certification:
Saturday, February 28, 9-10 am (Hyland Center, Re-certification only)
Wednesday, March 4, 6:30–7:30 pm (Kenny Hall, Re-certification only)
Wednesday, March 18, 6:30-8:30 pm (Kenny Hall, new and re-certification)
Contact: Jean Goodwin jpopgoodwin@hotmail.com
Also, we have an urgent need for Ushers for the 4 pm & 5 pm Saturday Vigil
Masses, and the 4 pm & 5:45 pm Sunday Masses. Contact: Sid Turner at
Considering Joining the Catholic Church?
Adults interested in learning more about the Catholic faith, and about
the process of being initiated into the Catholic Church, are invited to
attend “Adult Inquiry” on Monday, February 23 at 6:30 pm in Kenny
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8. Be patient with yourself. When we’re confronted with our own
weakness during Lent, the temptation is to get angry and frustrated.
“What a bad person I am!” But that’s the wrong lesson. God is calling us
to be patient and to see ourselves as he does, with unconditional love.
9. Reach out in charity. As we experience weakness and suffering during
Lent, we should be renewed in our compassion for those who are
hungry, suffering or otherwise in need. The third part of the Lenten
formula is almsgiving. It’s about more than throwing a few extra dollars
in the collection plate; it’s about reaching out to others and helping them
without question as a way of sharing the experience of God’s
unconditional love.
10. Learn to love like Christ. Giving of ourselves in the midst of our
suffering and self-denial brings us closer to loving like Christ, who
suffered and poured himself out unconditionally on cross for all of us.
Lent is a journey through the desert to the foot of the cross on Good
Friday, as we seek him out, ask his help, join in his suffering, and learn
to love like him.
-Bishop David L. Ricken of Green Bay, Wisconsin, former chairman of the Committee on
Evangelization and Catechesis of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
FEBRUARY 22, 2015
Around the Parish continued
Stations of the Cross
Weekly Stations of the Cross will be held at 7 pm on the Fridays of Lent: February
27, March 6, March 13, March 20 and March 27.
Children’s Book Drive
Need to clean out your kids’ bookshelves? Love to buy books? Here is your
chance! Christ the King is now collecting new and gently used Preschool – 12th
grade books during Lent. There are so many kids who love to read, but don’t own
a single book. You can either drop off books in the clearly marked bins near the
elevator of the Parish Lobby OR for CTK School kids, drop off books during
carpool February 23-27
If you have any questions, please contact Cassie VanLandingham at
cassievanlandingham@gmail.com, 404-964-6002, or Heather Jones at
heatherhjones@gmail.com, 678-612-4809, if you have any questions.
Come Spend An Hour with
The Cathedral has Perpetual
Adoration which means there is
always someone praying in front of
the Blessed Sacrament in our chapel
twenty-four hours a day, seven days a
week. We are always in need of
guardians who will make a
commitment to come one hour per
week. We especially need guardians
the following hours: 12 -1 pm on
Monday; 3-4 pm on Wednesday; and
3-4 pm and 5-6 pm on Friday. We
also need weekend guardians from 12
-1 pm, 1-2 pm, and 2-3 pm on
Saturday, and 1-2 pm, 2-3 pm, 3-4
pm, and 4-5 pm on Sunday. If
interested, please email
Stewardship of Treasure
How shall I repay the Lord for his goodness to me?” Psalm 116
Baptism and repentance are the themes of today’s readings. In Baptism we are saved and
called to be Christ’s disciples. Stewardship is how we act out this call to discipleship. At
Easter, we will strengthen our discipleship by renewing our baptismal promises including a
commitment to reject the glamour of evil in our lives. We, as Christian stewards, find
inspiration in today’s Gospel where Jesus, in the desert, repeatedly stands firm against the
devil’s temptations. May we seek the Lord’s guidance and strength in our times of weakness
to avoid temptation that leads to sin.
Second Collection
The second collection this weekend is for the Black and Indian Missions. Help the
American bishops and dioceses build the Church in African American, Native
American and Alaska Native communities. Please be generous.
Offertory Income Budget Year-to-Date
$ 3,858,313
Offertory Income Actual Year-to-Date
$ 3,881,232
Actual Over/(Under) Budget Year-to-Date
For your convenience, electronic giving is available at
Wedding Workshop
If a wedding at the Cathedral is in
your future, plan to attend this
workshop on Monday, March 2 at 7
pm in the Cathedral. Brides-to-be,
their mothers, their fiancés and any
interested friends are invited to come.
Sandwich Making
The next Sandwich Making for the
night shelters of the Shrine of the
Immaculate Conception and Central
Presbyterian churches is Monday,
March 2 at 7 pm in the Christ the
King School Cafeteria. This is a great
service project for families and
children of all ages, especially those
needing service hours. This is
emergency food used to feed the
needy. For information on the
different ways you can help with this
project, contact Meg by emailing her
at megburnett@gmail.com
Teen faith formation
Adrian Stevens • 404-233-2145
x000 • astevens@ctking.com
Grades 9-12
Adult Running Group
What does it look like to unleash the power of the Holy Spirit in your life? In
powerful and subtle ways, the gifts of the Holy Spirit give us access to a life
beyond our human means. Come explore these gifts with us and find out how to
unleash them in your own life. This Mission Night is mandatory for all
Confirmation 2 (10th-12th grade) candidates, as well as non-Catholic school
Confirmation 1 (9th grade) candidates, but all High Schoolers are welcome to join!
Nick Labrie • 404-836-0628 • nlabrie@ctking.com
Cathedral of Christ the King is looking
for adult runners who want to run 3 to
5 miles every Saturday morning
beginning at approximately 7:45 am.
Runs will conclude with breakfast or
coffee. For information contact James at
404-422-0675 or email
Score Keepers Needed
The Recreation Department is looking
for score keepers for basketball and
volleyball. For more information
contact Adrian Stevens at
UPPERCLASSMEN: This Sunday is your chance to step up in leadership! Come
help us lead small groups for the underclassmen Confirmation candidates!
EDGE: It Takes Two
All 7th and 8th grade teens are invited to join us this Sunday in the Hyland Center
for our EDGE Night: It Takes Two as we explore the incredible life we find in both
Sacred Scripture and the rich beauty of the Church’s Sacred Tradition. Come out
for food, friends, and faith building from 5-6:30 pm in the Hyland Center.
High Schoolers! Come join us in the youth room this Monday from 7-8:30 pm for
this small group experience where we aim to challenge ourselves and one another
in our growing relationship with Christ.
If you're asking questions or simply looking to go deeper, this is your time! Want
more information? Head to CTKyouth.com/Discipleship.
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Remember a friend or loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers. Your name and the names of
those you are honoring will be listed in the Easter Sunday Bulletin. The suggested donation is
$25 for each name.
Donate electronically at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org
Or, Donate Manually:
Fill out the XtáàxÜ YÄÉãxÜá WÉÇtà|ÉÇ card. (Available in the pew or at the front desk).
Enclose cash or check (made payable to Christ the King-Easter Flowers)
Drop the XtáàxÜ YÄÉãxÜá WÉÇtà|ÉÇ envelope in the offertory basket, mail, or return it to the front desk.
Donations must be received by Sunday, March 22 for the names to appear in the Easter Sunday Bulletin.
Christ the King
FEBRUARY 22, 2015
Bernadette Flowers • 404-267@cathedralctk
3690 •
Tricia Ward, Principal • 404-267-3669 • www.christking.org
Catholic Schools Week
Christ the King School celebrated Catholic Schools Week, capitalizing on this
year’s national theme, Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and
Service. The week began with a special mass for school families on Saturday
evening followed by dinner and bingo in the gym. The fun continued throughout
the week with dress up days, decorated hallways, spirit bands, reading buddies,
spiritual bouquets and a special ice cream treat from Msgr. Frank. The week
ended with the annual Hot Shots, Cheers, and 8th Grade vs. Teachers Volleyball
competitions during Spirit Day on Friday.
Living Your Strengths
Living Your Strengths Journey begins
Thursday, February 26. Each of us is
uniquely created in the image and
likeness of God our Creator but it
isn’t always easy to put our God-given
talents into practice. The Living Your
Strengths Journey gives us the ability
to discover our God-given talents,
explore and develop them and grow
as good stewards of them. Over the 4
weeks, you will be able to answer
with confidence these questions.
Can you recognize your Top Five
Strengths and the unique
strengths of the people around
Are you using your unique gifts to
be the best you can be in your
personal, professional and parish
Cost is $25. For more information,
email bflowers@ctking.com or
call 404-267-3690.
All adults are invited to
join us for food, fellowship
and fun after the 5:45pm
and 7:15pm Masses.
Adult Formation & RCIA
Kathy McCormick • 404-267-3691 • kmccormick@ctking.com
Parish Lenten Mission
March 9 - 11, Monday - Wednesday
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Sunday, March 1st
Kenny Hall
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February Prayer
The Eucharistic Principles of the Spiritual Life
With Fr. Emmerich Vogt
Two daily options in the Cathedral
Morning Conference: Immediately following 8:10am Mass
Evening Conference: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
A Mission on Spiritual Healing can help you find that peace which the world
cannot give—a peace that comes from a spiritual life led in union with Christ
and according to Christian principles. Come and learn more about yourself by
discovering a practical, spiritual program which, if lived one day at a time,
leads to that “peace beyond all understanding.”
Nursery will be provided upon request.
For more information call 404-267-3671 or email evangelization@ctking.com.
Every month Pope Francis announces
his monthly prayer intentions, and
requests that we include the
intentions in our personal prayers.
Prisoners. That prisoners, especially
the young, may be able to rebuild
lives of dignity.
Separated Spouses. That married
people who are separated may find
welcome and support in the
Christian community.
Join other adults just like you each Sunday Night to Make New Friends,
Grow in Faith, Connect to our Church Family
Sunday Evenings in Kenny Hall after the 5:45 pm
SOCIAL HOUR - after 7:15 pm Mass
Feb. 22
Stations of the Cross Presentation
March 1
SNL Café - St. Pat’s Party
March 8
7 Deadly Sins/Back to Virtue
March 15
7 Deadly Sins/Back to Virtue
March 22
7 Deadly Sins/Back to Virtue
March 29
7 Deadly Sins/Back to Virtue
For more info go to www.cathedralofchristtheking.org/SNL
Save the Date
Parish Lenten Penance Evening
Monday, March 30
6:00pm - 7:30pm
FEBRUARY 22, 2015
Pastoral Care Ministry
Monsignor Frank and
Linda Dyson • 404-233-2145 x440 • ldyson@ctking.com
Pastoral Care Ministry
Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers and Greeters
Needed for Weekday Funeral Masses!
Additional Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Greeters are needed
to serve at funeral masses and memorials at the Cathedral. If you can be available
during a week day to serve, and would like to be added to our phone tree, please
contact Linda Dyson, 678-235-0505 for more information.
New Ministry at CTK: Parents of Prodigals
Do you have a child or young adult who suffers from any type of addiction and
could use help from your church community? At the kick off meeting on
Wednesday, February 25 in the Teen Room, Parents of Prodigals (POP) is
screening the acclaimed documentary “Anonymous People”, a film which
highlights how the shame and stigma associated with addiction can be a barrier to
seeking the help.
POP is also seeking your input to shape this ministry and interest in participating
in bible study and prayer groups, and educational lectures from professionals in
the field of addiction and counseling. Contact Suzanne Strang at 404-472-4477
for more information.
CTK Knitting Ministry
Relax, focus, and let your creativity blossom. Make new friends and be of service
to the Lord. Think about joining the CTK Knitting Ministry. Do not knit? We will
show you how—not a problem. We meet once a month at the Cathedral from 10
am until noon on the first Wednesday. We knit shawls, baby blankets and hats
for Christ the King, the Shepherd Center and Piedmont Hospital. Call or
e-mail Nancy Mattus at nmattus@ymail.com. Phone: 770-455-8738
Funeral Reception Volunteers Needed
Invite our Senior Adults
to join us for the
12:10 Mass
in the Cathedral,
followed by
anointing of the sick,
with lunch
and camaraderie
In Kenny Hall.
February 26
Reservations are
Reserve your
Call Pastoral Care
at (404‐267‐3674) The Funeral Reception Committee provides loving hospitality for families who ask
to have a reception following their loved one’s funeral. We offer a variety of
opportunities to serve: to cook food, telephone committee or serve at the
reception. Recipes are provided and you will be called only once or twice a month
to volunteer. All is done on a rotation basis. If you are interested in volunteering
on the Funeral Receptions Ministry, please contact Joanne Love, 404-256-1442 or
Sophia Academy Hosts
Men’s Group
Join The Men's Club of Immaculate
Heart of Mary on March 5 at Sophia
Academy for an evening of friends,
food and fellowship and Founding
Director Marie S. Corrigan speaking
on To Know, Love, and Serve as Jesus
Did. Registration begins at 6:30 pm;
$15 includes beverages. RSVP by
February 28 to Sophia Academy 2880
Dresden Drive Atlanta 30341 or
Priest Talent Show
Join us for the 9th Annual Fabulous
Fathers Priest Talent Show benefiting
Regina Caeli Academy on Saturday,
April 18. Doors open at 5 pm. Enjoy
the talents of local priests while
supporting Catholic Homeschooling
Families. Evening includes dinner,
talent show, silent auction and raffle.
Tickets available at
www.RCAHybrid.org. The show will
be at our new home at 1565 Holcomb
Bridge Road in Roswell.
Piedmont College will host The Lillian
E. Smith Symposium on Arts and
Social Change on Saturday, March 14
at Piedmont’s Athens campus. The
symposium will challenge participants
to contemplate our struggles with race
relations and how to initiate social
change. For more information and to
register: http://www.piedmont.edu/
Around the archdiocese
School Job Fair
The Office of Catholic Schools is hosting a Job Fair on Saturday, February 28 at
the Chancery Offices in Smyrna from 9 am–Noon. Teaching positions in Grades
PK (4) – 12 may be available for the upcoming school year. Principals from our 18
Archdiocesan Catholic Schools, Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School, Holy Spiri,
and Sophia Academy will be present. Qualified candidates should bring
multiple copies of resumes. For directions to the Chancery: www.archatl.com
Parish Lenten Mission
Fr. Bill Casey C.P.M will be leading the St. George Parish Lenten Mission,
“Fostering a life of holiness and joy” from February 23 – 26. There will be two
identical sessions at 9:30 am and 7 pm daily. All are invited!
Camp for Disabled
Toni’s Camp Retreat is open to any person age 14 or older who is mentally or
physically impaired, who possesses basic self-care skills, enjoys group activities,
and does not have severe behavioral problems is welcome. Toni’s Camp Retreat
will be held May 1 – 3. For additional information call 404-920-7682 or email:
mrousseau@archatl.com. Registration for Toni’s Camp Retreat is now available
online at: http://www.archatl.com/ministries/disabilities/toniscamp.html.
Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
Faith & Sharing Mass
Please join the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s Disabilities Ministry for a Faith and
Sharing Mass on March 22 at 2:30 pm at St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 152
Antioch Road, Fayetteville. A potluck dinner will follow. Please bring a dish to
share. Drinks will be provided. All are welcome. For more information please
contact Maggie Rousseau mrousseau@archatl.com (Disabilities Ministry).
Celebrating God's Gifts
Immaculate Heart of Mary invites you to join us for our Parish Lenten Mission,
March 9-11. Father James Friedel, OSA will present this three night mission on
“Celebrating God's Gifts.” Please come - and bring a friend! - and spend some
time considering the gifts God has given you and how he might be calling you to
use them. Each evening will begin at 7 pm in the church. Visit
www.ihmatlanta.org for more information.
Women’s Weekend Retreat
March 7-8, 2015
Men’s Weekend Retreat
March 14-15, 2015
Is God calling you to take a break to have this renewal
experience with Him?
Do you desire to grow closer to God?
Are you searching for a deeper sense of purpose?
“Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you…”
James 4:8
$50 registration fee is requested but not required.
For more info, contact the Invitations Coordinator at crhp@ctking.com
2699 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
2620 Buford Highway
Atlanta, GA 30329
Teléfono 404-267-3696
Lunes a Viernes : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Catedral Martes
7:00 PM
5:00 PM
1:30 PM
Misión Domingo
9:30 AM
Lunes y Miércoles 7:15 - 7:45 AM
6:00 - 6:30 PM
8:30 - 9 AM / 3 - 4:00 PM
9:00 - 9:30 AM
Otros días, previa cita únicamente.
Menores de 6 años
Horario para inscripción: Lunes a Viernes de
10 AM a 1 PM en la oficina del Ministerio
Hispano. Se requiere el certificado de
nacimiento y un comprobante de domicilio.
Preparación obligatoria para padres y
padrinos el cuarto viernes de mes de 6-9 PM.
Bautismos – Cuarto sábado de mes a las 9 AM.
Deben estar inscritos en la Parroquia 3 meses
antes de solicitar el Bautizo.
Iniciación Cristiana para adultos
Para adultos que les falte algún sacramento
(Bautizo, Comunión y Confirmación)
Las clases son los lunes de 7 a 9 PM
Para más información llamar a María
Goretti, 404-267-3696.
 Deben estar registrados en la parroquia.
 Comunicarse con la oficina del Ministerio
Hispano al 404-267-3696.
Los 2do y 4to Domingo del mes, inscribirse al
404-267-3696, indicando el nombre del niño
que será presentado. Los niños de tres años
que van a ser presentados deben estar
10 Cosas para recordar durante la Cuaresma
 Recuerde la fórmula. La Iglesia hace un buen trabajo al recopilar ciertas verdades con fórmulas muy fáciles de recordar: 10 mandamientos, 7 sacramentos, 3 personas en la Trinidad. En la Cuaresma, la Iglesia nos da algo muy similar a un lema: Oración, Ayuno y Caridad. Estas son las tres cosas en las que
tenemos que trabajar durante este tiempo.
 Es un tiempo de oración. La Cuaresma es esencialmente un acto de oración
repartido en 40 días. Al orar, iniciamos un viaje, que esperamos nos acerque a
Cristo y nos deje renovados para nuestro encuentro con El.
 Es tiempo de ayuno y abstinencia. Con el ayuno de Miércoles de Ceniza y
Viernes Santo, y la abstinencia de carne los Viernes, y nuestros propios sacrificios, la Cuaresma es el único tiempo en el que muchos católicos ayunan.
Y quizás por eso mismo es que nos llama tanto la atención el tema del ayuno
y la abstinencia. “¿A qué vas a renunciar durante la Cuaresma? ¿Hot dogs?
¿Cerveza? ¿Caramelos?” Es casi un juego para nosotros, pero el ayuno y la abstinencia son realmente formas de penitencia, que nos ayudan a alejarnos del
pecado y acercarnos más a Cristo.
 Es tiempo de trabajar en nuestra disciplina. Los 40 días de Cuaresma son
también un buen momento para trabajar en nuestra disciplina personal. En
lugar de renunciar a algo, podemos hacer algo positivo. “Voy a hacer más ejercicio. Voy a rezar más. Voy a ser amable con mi familia, mis amigos y mis
compañeros del trabajo o de la escuela.”
 Se trata de morir a uno mismo. El aspecto más serio de la Cuaresma es que
se trata de algo más allá que el auto control. Se trata de encontrar aspectos en
uno mismo que no son tan cristianos y dejarlos morir. El sufrimiento y la
muerte de Cristo debe estar presente en nuestras mentes durante la Cuaresma,
y debemos unirnos a estos misterios. Al morir y sufrir con Cristo, somos purificados y resucitamos con El.
 No trate de hacer demasiado. Algunas veces nos sentimos tentados durante
la Cuaresma a iniciar un período muy ambicioso de transformación personal.
Pero es mejor mantenerlo simple y sencillo. Hay una razón por la cual la Iglesia trabaja en estos misterios cada año. Pasamos nuestras vidas enteras tratando de acercarnos a Dios. ¡No trate de hacer todo este viaje en solamente 40
días! Lo más probable es que no sea exitoso en su intento.
 La Cuaresma nos recuerda nuestras propias debilidades. Por supuesto, aún
cuando nos pongamos metas simples durante la Cuaresma, aún tendremos
problemas en cumplirlas y en ser perseverantes. Cuando ayunamos, nos damos cuenta cuán cerca estamos del hambre. La Cuaresma nos muestra nuestras debilidades. Esto puede ser doloroso, pero al reconocer que necesitamos
ayuda, buscaremos la ayuda de Dios con urgencia renovada y sincera.
 Sea paciente consigo mismo. Cuando somos confrontados con nuestras propias debilidades durante la Cuaresma, nos sentimos tentados a molestarnos o a
sentirnos frustrados. “¡Soy una mala persona!” Pero estamos equivocados.
Dios nos llama a ser pacientes y a vernos a nosotros mismos, como El nos ve:
Con amor incondicional.
 Sea caritativo. Al experimentar debilidad y sufrimiento durante la Cuaresma,
debemos renovar nuestra compasión por quienes sufren hambre y otros padecimientos. La tercera parte de la fórmula de la Cuaresma es la caridad. La Caridad va más allá de poner algo más de dinero en la canasta de la colecta; se
trata de acercarse a otros y ayudarles sin esperar nada a cambio. De esta manera compartimos nuestra propia experiencia del amor incondicional de Dios.
FEBRUARY 22, 2015
“¿Cómo podré pagar al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?” Salmo 116
El bautizo y el arrepentimiento son los temas de las lecturas de hoy. En el Bautizo
somos salvados y llamados a ser discípulos de Cristo. La corresponsabilidad es la
manera de responder a este llamado. En la Pascua, reforzaremos nuestro
discipulado al renovar nuestras promesas bautismales que incluyen una
compromiso a rechazar el mal en nuestras vidas. Nosotros, como administradores
cristianos, estamos inspirados por el Evangelio de hoy donde Jesús, en el desierto,
se mantiene firme ante las repetidas tentaciones del demonio. Que busquemos
siempre la guía y la fuerza en el Señor en los momentos de debilidad para evitar
las tentaciones que nos llevan al pecado.
Da de Reflexión de Cuaresma
Se necesitan voluntarios para adoración al
Santísimo Sacramento. Apuntarse en la
oficina del Ministerio Hispano.
Si deseas formar parte del grupo de
oración, este se reúne todos los sábados de
6 a 8 pm en el Salón de Conferencias I.
Para más información por favor contactar a
Luz Marina Amaya al 404-604-9286.
 Si desea que la imagen Peregrina visite
su casa, por favor registrarse con Imelda
en la oficina del Ministerio Hispano.
Si desea agradecerle a Dios el don de la vida
en sus quince años, por favor inscribirse con
tres meses de anticipación a las clases de
preparación obligatorias. Le recordamos que
es necesario haber recibido la primera
Comunión, asistir al grupo juvenil de
crecimiento o Confirmación y tomar el curso
de quinceañeras.
Inscribirse en la oficina 404-267-3696
Si desea ofrecer sus servicios a la comunidad Le
invitamos a participar en alguno de los Ministerios
eclesiales de nuestra parroquia. Llame al
Catecismo para niños de 3 a 16 años y
Escuela para Padres de Familia y Adultos.
Los Sábados a las 3:00 PM. Más
información con María Goretti Guzmán al
PARROQUIA Inscribirse en la
parroquia es una manera de afirmar:
¡Esta parroquia es mi familia! Mayores
informes llamando al 404-267-3696.
Lo invitamos a visitar nuestro portal de
internet www.catedraldecristorey.org
10 Cosas para recordar durante la Cuaresma (viene
de la página anterior)
10.Aprenda a amar como Cristo. Al dar de nosotros mismos en el medio de
nuestro sufrimiento nos ayuda a amar como Cristo, que sufrió y se entregó
incondicionalmente por nosotros en la cruz. La Cuaresma es un viaje que
nos lleva a través del desierto hacia la cruz del Viernes Santo, en este tiempo
buscamos a Cristo y le pedimos su ayuda, nos unimos a su sufrimiento y
aprendemos a amar como El.
Ofrecemos consejería a bajo costo para
individuos o familias. Consejeros
profesionales están disponibles en el área
metropolitana de Atlanta, el costo es basado
en el salario que recibe la familia. Llame al
404-885-7266 o al 404-321-2900 de
Servicios Sociales Católicos.
ADULT INQUIRY: Adults interested in
learning about the Catholic Church can
attend meetings most months on the
fourth Monday at 7:00 pm. Please see
inside the bulletin for upcoming
sessions. No further obligation or
commitment is required. Call Teresa,
404-233-2145 x439.
ANNULMENT: To help couples establish
permanent and sacramental marriages, the
Church encourages divorced and
remarried persons to pursue the
annulment process. Contact 404-2332145 for information on arranging a
confidential discussion with a trained case
Thursday, ten days BEFORE the
bulletin date. All new notices need
prior approval; submit one week before
this deadline. Fax to 404-233-9711 or
email to bulletin@ctking.com.
NUMBERS: Please notify the Parish
Office at 404-233-2145 x432 of any
change in your member information.
PLANNING: For more information,
contact Ann LaBar at 404-915-1685.
MARRIAGE RENEWAL: Rediscover your
marriage through Retrouvaille. Visit
www.retrouvailleofatlanta.org or call
NEW PARISHIONERS: Registration forms
are available in the back of the Church.
Drop them by the Reception Desk or in
the Collection Basket at Mass.
children who do not attend Catholic
School and are the age for Preschool
(4 years old) through 8th grade.
Registration forms are available in the
Religious Education Office.
through a difficult time? Stephen
Ministers are caregivers trained to provide
confidential Christian care. Contact
Dottie O’Connor, 404-233-2145 x440.
Nursery is available for children 6 months
to 4 1/2 years of age at the 9 am, 10:30
am, 12 noon, and 1:30 pm Masses on
Sunday. Please provide supplies (i.e.
diapers, bottles) to the nursery worker for
your child. Mark all personal items with
your name. Donation suggested.
Lv 19:1-2
6:45 am
8:10 am
12:10 pm
5:30 pm
7:15 am
9:30 am
1:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
February 23, 2015
Mt 25:31-46
Gladys Marie Schultz (D)
Mr. and Mrs. Mark McGahan (L)
Peter Radosta (L)
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph De Guzman
(L) TUESDAY, February 24, 2015
Is 55:10-11
Mt 6:7-15
6:45 am Dr. Stewart Wilber (D)
8:10 am Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson
12:10 pm Martha Wall (D)
5:30 pm Lou Voekel (D)
WEDNESDAY, February 25, 2015
Jon 3:1-10
Lk 11:29-32
6:45 am Sisters of The Visitation (L)
8:10 am Mr. Stephen W. Mooney (L)
12:10 pm Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pighini (L)
5:30 pm James and Michelle O’Sullivan
THURSDAY, February 26, 2015
Ps 138:1-3
Mt 7:7-12
6:45 am Ruth Behrends (D)
8:10 am In Thanksgiving for Mr. Huynh
V. Hung (L)
12:10 pm Joseph Gaffney (D)
5:30 pm Donald Masserelli (D)
FRIDAY, February 27, 2015
Ez 18:21-28
Mt 5:20-26
6:45 am Sully Greaber (D)
8:10 am Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Egan, III
12:10 pm Bud Shaw (D)
5:30 pm Thomas Shumaker (D)
SATURDAY, February 28, 2015
Dt 26:16-19
Mt 5:43-48
8:10 am Dorothy Shusta (D)
4:00 pm Chris Pariseau (L)
5:00 KH Charlotte Hafley (L)
5:00 pm Sister Davilyn Ah Chick (L)
SUNDAY, March 1, 2015
Gn 22:1-2
Mk 9:2-10
7:30 am Cassie and Wade Van
Landingham (L)
9:00 am Joe Mitchell (D)
10:30 am Egla Zelaya (L)
10:30 KH Elizabeth Krause (L)
12:00 pm Kimberley Izor (L)
1:30 pm Jésus Riomána (D)
4:00 L/T People of the Parish
5:45 pm Joseph McEvoy (D)
February 23, 2015
Confessions (CA)
Legion of Mary (CR2)
Confessions (CA)
Liturgy of the Hours (D’Y)
L/T Men’s Discipleship Group
6:30 PM RCIA Adult Inquiry (KH)
7:00 pm Monday Evening Bible Study*
7:00 pm New Day Bereavement (CKS
Media Ctr.)
TUESDAY, February 24, 2015
9:30 am Tuesday Women’s Bible Study*
6:15 pm Legion of Mary (CR2048)
6:30 pm Women of the Word* (KH)
7:00 pm CRHP Men’s Meeting* (HC)
7:00 pm Men’s Bible Study (Life Teen
7:00 pm Rosary Group Prayer Cenacle
WEDNESDAY, February 25, 2015
7:15 am Confessions (CA)
7:15 am Men’s Bible Study (KH)
6:00 pm Confessions (CA)
6:30 pm Rediscover Catholicism*
6:30 pm 20/30s Lenten Series (KH)
7:00 pm Prodigal Child Parent Info
Meeting (Life Teen Room)
7:00 pm Word of God Prayer Group
(Nursery 2053)
THURSDAY, February 26, 2015
12:45 pm Senior Adult Luncheon (KH)
6:30 pm Living Your Strengths* (CR2)
7:00 pm CRHP Women’s Meeting* (HC)
7:00 pm Life Teen Mission Trip Meeting
(Life Teen Room)
7:30 pm Men’s Thursday Evening Bible
Study* (CR1)
FRIDAY, February 27, 2015
6:00 pm Divine Mercy Apostolate (D’Y)
7:00 pm Stations of the Cross (CA)
SATURDAY, February 28, 2015
8:30 am Confessions
3-4 pm Confessions
SUNDAY, March 1, 2015
8:30 am CTK Coffeehouse (HC)
4:00 pm
LifeTeen Mass (CA)
Most Reverend Wilton D. Gregory
Most Reverend Luis R. Zarama
Most Reverend David P. Talley
Reverend Monsignor Francis G. McNamee
Reverend Feiser Muñoz
Reverend John Howren
Reverend Richard Morrow
Reverend Monsignor Richard Lopez (in residence)
Reverend Mr. Chris Andronaco
Reverend Mr. John McManus, JCL
Reverend Dr. Scott J. N. McNabb
Reverend Mr. Whitney Robichaux, Jr.
Reverend Mr. Gerald J. Zukauckas
Saturday Masses:
8:10 am, 4:00 & 5:00 pm (Saturday Vigils)
Sunday Masses:
7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 pm, 4:00 pm Life Teen,
5:45 pm (Cathedral), 7:15 pm
Weekday Masses:
Monday–Friday: 6:45 am, 8:10 am, 12:10 pm & 5:30 pm (D’Y)
En Español:
5:00 pm Sábado (Salon Parroquial)
9:30 am Domingo (Misión de Cristo Rey)
1:30 pm Domingo (Catedral)
7:00 pm Martes (Catedral)
Mondays at 6 pm
After all 8:10 am & 12:10 pm Masses
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Spend an hour each week in adoration in the Blessed Sacrament
Chapel. Email 2adorehim@gmail.com
Parish Office: 404-233-2145; Fax: 404-233-4984
Archdiocesan Catholic Information: 404-888-7801
Faith Formation & Evangelization: 404-267-3691
Hispanic Ministries: 404-267-3696
Music Ministry: 404-233-2145
Pastoral Care: 404-233-2145 x440
Religious Education: 404-267-3694
Christ The King School: 404-233-0383; Fax: 404-266-0704
St. Vincent de Paul Hotline: 678-892-6163
Dear Friends in Christ,
On behalf of Archbishop Wilton Gregory, the Clergy and
staff, I welcome you to the Cathedral of Christ the King. I
hope and pray that you feel welcomed by our parish
community and that your spiritual and pastoral needs will
be met.
We are a very active parish with 5,500 families and over one
hundred ministries. We encourage our members to share
their gifts of time, talent and treasure.
Our mission statement is to “Know, Love and Serve as Jesus
Did”. This is the mission of each disciple of Christ and, if
you are new, I hope and pray that you will join us and be
part of the community of Christ the King. If you are passing
through or visiting the city of Atlanta, I hope you enjoy your
worship experience and please visit us again.
If you would like to know more about our parish, you can
visit our website at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org or
email us.
May we, this day and all the days of our lives, know, love
and serve as Jesus did.
Prayers and Blessings,
Msgr. Frank McNamee, Rector
Parish families who wish to have a child baptized should be
registered in the parish for 3 months and take the prebaptismal class BEFORE the birth of their child. Classes are
offered monthly. Please contact Gail Gaboardi at 404-2332145 x694 to register for the class. All scheduling
information is given at the class. (Note: Baptisms are scheduled
after the class is completed.)
Preparation is a two-year process. Enrollment in Catholic
school or Parish School of Religion is required the year
prior to receiving the Sacrament.
A minimum of six months preparation is required. Call the
Parish office, 404-233-2145 x673 for information and to
register for the preparation process.
Monday and Wednesday, 7:15-7:45 am and 6-6:30 pm.
Saturday, 8:30-9 am and 3-4 pm, in the Cathedral.
Please inform Pastoral Care Ministries of anyone homebound, shut
-in or hospitalized so that they may receive the Sacraments.
Please call 404-233-2145.