2015May24 - St. Mary Catholic Church

Pentecost Sunday
May 24, 2015
All of us have been baptized into one and the same
Spirit; let us live, then, by the Spirit! That same
Spirit, the Advocate, who “renews the face of the
earth”, was given as gift to the disciples to strengthen
them to go forth in the name of the Lord, and to
obtain forgiveness of sins.
Readings for next Sunday
Dt 4:32-34, 30-40 Ps 33:4-6, 9, 18-20, 22
Rom 8:14-17 Mt 28:16-20
Parish Staff
Pastor ~ Rev. Ron Nelson
Parochial Vicar ~ Rev. Bryce McProud
Parochial Vicar ~ Rev. William Palmer
Pastoral Associate ~ Deacon Tom Altenhofen
Business Manager ~ Laura Olguin
Director of Outreach Ministry ~ Lilly Hagen
Director of Music ~ David Phillips
Director of Religious Ed. ~ Julie Rutledge-Sanchez
Parish Secretary ~ Sally Ross
Sacramental Registrar ~ Margaret Fleming
LifeTeen Coordinator ~ Leslie Jones
Lead Custodian ~ James DuChateau
Assistant Custodian ~ Joe Crandall
Mass Schedule
Monday – Friday ~ 6:55 am & 12:15 pm
Saturday ~ 8:00 am
Sunday Vigil (Saturday evening) ~ 5:30 pm
Sunday ~ 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish), 5:30 pm LifeTeen
National Holidays ~ 9:00 am
11:00 – noon ~ Monday, Wednesday & Friday
4:00 pm & 7:00 pm ~ Saturday
Dear Parishioners of St. Mary,
In an effort for all of our parishioners to get to know our staff, we
are continuing our presentations of our staff members. This week
we are featuring Fr. Bryce McProud.
Fr. Bryce McProud is a parochial vicar at St. Mary Church. He was born 1948 in Moscow, Idaho. He is
highly educated earning several degrees. He earned a bachelor’s and Master’s degree in history. He
earned a Doctor of Ministry degree and has a Master’s degree of Theological Studies in Congregational
Development. He also has a Sacred Theology Master’s degree in Anglican studies. In addition to his
education, he brings 47 years of ministerial experience to his service to St. Mary Catholic Church. For a
very brief time he acted as Administrator for the parish during a time of transition between Bishop Liam
Cary and myself. As a former Anglican, he is one of about a hundred married priests in our country who
were previously ordained in other traditions. He and Deanna have been married 44 years and have one
son and two grandchildren. In addition to his regular pastoral and sacramental duties, Fr. Bryce
particularly enjoys working with the first graders at O'Hara school and teaching adult education classes,
especially Bible studies.
Fr. Ron Nelson
Mass Intentions
May 25 – May 31, 2015
Daily Morning Masses
M ~ 9:00 am Mass – Memorial Day
T ~ Sandy Miller †
W ~ Intentions of Michelle Low
T ~ For the Sanctity of Marriage
F ~ For the Sanctity of Marriage
S ~ Intentions of Mark Schmaedick
Daily Afternoon Masses
M ~ No 12:15 Mass – Memorial Day
T ~ Funeral Mass for Jack Powell
W ~ Poor Souls in Purgatory †
T ~ Memorial Mass for Robert Cresanto
F ~ Intentions of Beryl Marsden
Sunday Masses
5:30 pm Vigil ~ Stephanie Way †
7:30 ~ Intentions of Bob & Corinne Palmer & Family
9:00 ~ Doris Cary †
11:00 ~ Margaret Casanova †
1:00 ~ Robert Cresanto †
5:30 LifeTeen ~ For Parishioners
In Our Prayers
Let us remember:
…all those who were baptized, including,
Amelia Solberg and Andrew Solberg
…all those who are ill, including,
Diane Andalbi, Geraldine Beadle, Sandy Brown,
John Criqui, Louise Crorkin, Anita DeVaney,
Larry DeVaney, Liz Dinger, Elaine Dolechek,
Rick Dunham, Eleanor Hollis, Paul Joyce, Jim Kinsman,
Cathy Kirby, John Kozlowski, Beryl Marsden,
John Medrano, Michelle Miller,Tina O’Connor,
David Olszyk, Autumn Outland, Scarlet Rudy Craig,
Rebecca Shelley, John Simpson, Oguilvia Skelton,
Jack Steimer, Sandra Tracy, Carlo Vitulli and
Jeannette Woods
…all those who have died, including,
Kimberly Cooley, Robert Cresanto, Kim Whittington,
Marjorie Brown, Amanda Sanchez, Bill Shaneyfelt
and Ray Janisse
Perpetual Adoration
No Coverage
Monday 2-3 am
Tuesday 10-11 pm
Wednesday 4-5 am
Thursday 3-4 am
Saturday 10-11 am
May 25 – May 31, 2015
9:00 am Mon. ~ David Brunner
6:55 am Tues. – Fri. ~ David Brunner
8:00 am Sat. ~ David Brunner
12:15 pm Tues. – Fri. ~ Francisco Damian Palacios
No 12:15 Mass on Monday
Sunday, May 31
5:30 pm Vigil ~ Wyatt Hurlimann, Dylan Hurlimann
7:30 am ~ Knights of Columbus
9:00 am ~ Anthony Angelastro, Ryan Helbling, Elian Mora
11:00 am ~ Quinn O’Connell, Jack Sotelo, Tommy Sotelo
5:30 pm LifeTeen ~ Jack Conway, Andy Fudge,
McKenzie Peterson
May 25 – May 31, 2015
9:00 am Mon. ~ Steve Chipman
6:55 am Tues. – Fri. ~ Steve Chipman
8:00 am Sat. ~ Steve Chipman
12:15 pm Tues. - Fri. ~ Mary Ellen York
No 12:15 Mass on Monday
Sunday, May 31
5:30 pm Vigil ~ Joe Hoffman, Mary Ellen York
7:30 am ~ Knights of Columbus
9:00 am ~ Annie Helbling, Pat Murphy
11:00 am ~ Lloyd Biby, Josephine Tapp
5:30 pm LifeTeen ~ Doug Keeler
Memorial Day
Monday, May 25, is Memorial Day, a national holiday. There
will be one Mass on that day at 9:00 am. There will be no 11:00
Reconciliation and the Parish Office will be closed.
AED Defibrillator
St. Mary would like to thank an anonymous donor for the full
amount of money to purchase and AED Defibrillator. This lifesaving defibrillator is a wonderful gift to our parish.
appreciate the generosity of the donor.
Strings of Compassion Benefit Concert
Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 7:00 pm
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 1300 Pearl St., Eugene
Admission is free, though donations in support of the
Strings of Compassion program are welcome.
This concert is best suited for the adult listener.
Strings of Compassion is a service of Sacred Heart Medical
Center and Sacred Heart Hospice in which music thanatologists
bring beauty and presence through harp and voice to the bedside
of the dying. Free to all terminally ill hospital patients and those
in hospice care at home, the program aims to soothe anxiety,
grief and suffering with the therapeutic qualities of music.
Eugene Catholic Young Adults
Religion in Literature
Single, married, discerning, or young parents
ages 21-39, discover the meaning of “Celibacy for the
Thursday, May 28, 6:45 pm
St. Jude Catholic Church
The next Religion in Literature meeting will be on
Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Elizabeth Seton
Room of the Parish Center. The books to be discussed are
“Nomad” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali and “Thanatos Syndrome” by
Walker Percy.
This will be the final meeting for the summer. The group
will begin again in the Fall.
Compline and Adoration, weekly, on Mondays at 8:30 pm,
at St. Thomas More Newman Center
For more information contact:
[email protected]
facebook.com/Eugene CYA
“First 1000 Days” Campaign
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The Jericho Walk
Join us for a ½ hour of Pro-Life support as we process
around Planned Parenthood in Glenwood. This first of 8
monthly walks is scheduled for Saturday, May 30, 2015 at
1:00 pm. Each additional walk will be on the last Sturday of
each month. The concept is taken from the Old Covenant
era when the Israelites processed with the Ark of the
Covenant around the city of Jericho. We will process with
the new Ark of the Covenant who is our Blessed Mother.
For more information contact Doris Simpkins at 541-5206787 or [email protected]
Gospel of Life/Pro-Life Ministry
The Gospel of Life/Pro-Life Ministry is in great need of
committee members who would help our ministry to be
more active in the pro-life movement and pray to end
abortion. Please contact Mary Ellen York at 541-868-5347.
Meetings are every third Friday at 4:00 pm in the Luke
classroom of the Parish Center.
May 17, 2015
Parish Pay
Misc. Income
Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat
Healing Lives Impacted by Abortion,
One Weekend at a Time
On June 12- 14, 2015 there will be a retreat in Portland
where healing, forgiveness, hope, and transformation are
offered in a safe, caring, and strictly confidential environment.
For more information, please contact Patricia Hutchinson,
Catholic Charities’ Project Rachel Coordinator, at 800-2498074; email:
[email protected]
[email protected]
To learn about the national program, visit:
Marist Job Positions
Marist Catholic High School has two job positions open:
Advancement Director
Full time (1.0 FTE). Bachelor’s Degree and 5+ years of
experience in fund development required. Open until filled.
Admissions Officer
Full time (1.0 FTE). Bachelor’s Degree and 3 years of
experience in school admissions, sales/marketing or
administration. Bi-lingual/bi-literate in English and Spanish
Go to: marisths.org and see the Job Descriptions and
download an Employment Application. Send the Employment
Application, Letter of Interest , Resume and 2 Letters of
Recommendation to: [email protected]
May 29, 2015 ~ 5:00 pm ~ 1850 Emerald St., Eugene
The Knights
serving soup at 4:30 pm
call 541-343-7021
McCallum’s catered dinner, 18 auction items
Guest Host, Alberto Salazar
8th Annual Real Catholic Men Conference
“Let Us Set the World Ablaze”
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater
Vancouver, WA
Speakers: Bill Diss, Jerry Usher, Fr. Brian Mullady O.P.
Website: www.RealCatholicMinistries.com
For more information, contact:
Ruben Lopez at 360-567-5659
Multicultural Concert and Workshops
With Ricky Manalo
Quo Vadis Days Camp
O’Hara’s Living Saints Program
For Catholic young men ages 13-18
Do you know where you are going in life? The Lord
Jesus has a great plan for you! You are invited to attend
Quo Vadis Days camp to spend some time with other
young men your age looking at the Lord’s call in your life
while having a great time. Quo Vadis Days is sponsored by
the Office of Vocations and is led by priests and
seminarians of the Archdiocese.
When: June 22-25, 2015
Where: Camp Howard
What: Prayer, sports, hiking, campfire, Eucharistic
Adoration, inspiring talks, fraternity, fun!
Cost: $50 (includes housing, food, book & T-shirt
Register: www.qvdays.org
We are grateful to the Serra Club and the Knights of
Columbus for keeping the cost of the camp low by their
generous financial and prayerful support. Scholarships are
Sisters & Lay Women’s Silent Retreat
SAVE THE DATE! Have you ever wondered what
Hospice is really all about and how it might fit into your life
or the life of a loved one? You are invited to a presentation
to learn all about Hospice of Sacred Heart Hospital. It will
be an informative, one hour and you will get to meet and
ask questions of our new Hospice Chaplain and fellow
Catholic, Margaret Genster. Please join us, Sunday, June
14, 2015 at 12:15 pm in the Parish Hall at St. Paul Church,
1201 Satre St., Eugene.
St. Mary, 706 Ellsworth St. S.W. in Albany, OR
Friday, June 5, 2015 ~ 7:00 pm (Free Will Offering)
Intercultural Faith Formation Workshop
Saturday, June 6, 2015 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Liturgical Music Workshop
Saturday, June 6, 2015 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
For interested choir and musicians
Workshops are $15 – Lunch included between the
For more information contact:
Nancy Higgins at 541-926-1449
[email protected]
The 6th grade class of O’Hara Catholic School invites you
to join them on Friday, May 29, 2015, 12:30 to 3:00 pm, for
the Annual Living Saints Presentation, an internationallyrecognized, award-winning project.
Every spring, the 6th graders each select a saint as the
subject of focused study for three months. Students will
share stories, dramatic artwork and costumes, and offer
inspirational examples of faith, hope and charity from the
saints’ lives.
O’Hara is located at 715 W. 18th in Eugene. For more
information, please call 541-485-5291.
June 19-27, 2015
Our Lady of Peace Retreat, Beaverton, OR
Theme: “St. Faustina and the Treasures of Divine Mercy”
Fr. Andrew Apostoli, CFR
Register online: www.olpretreat.org
Retrouvaille is a marriage ministry program designed to
help couples heal and renew their marriages. The next
weekend retreat is June 12-14, 2015. The retreat starts with
a Mass and ends with a Mass. A priest is always present
during the weekend. To register call 503-225-9191 or visit
CCS Squeaky Clean Hygiene Drive
Catholic Community Services is launching its annual
Squeaky Clean Hygiene Drive during the month of June,
2015. Cleaning products for bodies and homes become
expensive when a family is living on a limited budget.
Donate to CCS today. Your donations of deodorant, soap,
razors, dental products, hygiene products, shampoo,
sunscreen, toilet paper, laundry soap, dish soap, household
cleaning products, facial tissue and diapers and baby wipes
will be distributed by Catholic Community Services to
homeless and low-income families free of charge at its
community service centers in Eugene and Springfield. A
collection barrel is located in the Parish Office where you can
bring your contributions during regular office hours. Thank
Hospice of Sacred Heart
2015 Social Action Summer Institute
Sunday, July 19 – Thursday, July 23, 2015
University of Portland
The 29th Annual SASI also offers 1st time participants
and returning enthusiasts:
• Grounding in Catholic Social teaching
• Biblical Theology
• Spirituality of Social Justice
• Practical Parish and Diocesan Skills
Opening Mass with Archbishop Alexander Sample
Keynote speakers include: Archbishop Thomas Wenski
of Miami, Bishop William Skylstad of Spokane,
Professor Pat McCormick of Gonzaga Univerisity and
Sr. Kathleen McManus of the University of Portland.
Registration Open: http://ow.ly/KAOTr
Women’s Prayer Day
St. Benedict Lodge – McKenzie Bridge
Thursday, June 11, 2015
9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Theme: Open Our Eyes Lord
Speaker: Peggy Hayward
$15 includes morning snack & lunch
Call St. Benedict’s at 541-822-3572 to reserve
Or email: [email protected]
Or Peggy Hayward at 541-822-6087
Página en Español,
24, 2015
Información en Español llame a la oficina Lunes, Martes y Viernes de 9:00 am 12:00 pm
La Iglesia Católica y el Plan de Dios para Ti
Cómo Dios Distribuye sus Dones
(Parte 20)
La Eucaristía Por medio de Jesús entramos en una Nueva
Alianza con Dios, (Lc 22:20) quien nos protege de la muerte
eterna. El pueblo de Dios del Antiguo Testamento comió el
cordero de la Pascua. Ahora nosotros hemos de comer el
Cordero que es la Eucaristía. Jesús dijo: “Si no comen de la
carne del Hijo del hombre, y beben su sangre, no tendrán vida
en ustedes” (Jn 6:53). En la Última Cena, Jesús tomó el pan y
el vino y dijo: “Tomen esto es mi cuerpo” …. Esta es mi sangre
del pacto que es derramada a favor de muchos” (Mc 14:2224). Así instituyó Jesús el sacramento de la Eucaristía, la
comida de sacrificio que los católicos consumen en cada Misa.
La Iglesia Católica enseña que el sacrificio de Cristo en la cruz
ocurrió “una vez y para siempre”; no puede repetirse
(Hb 9:26-28).
Adultos Católicos Jóvenes Hombres y
Solteros, casados, padres entre la edad de 21 y 39 años, les
invitamos a participar en la próxima conversación en la Iglesia
de San Judas (4330 Willamette St) este jueves 28 de mayo a
las 6:45 pm acerca del Celibato en la Iglesia. También los
invitamos a la Adoración los lunes a las 8:30 pm en la iglesia
de St. Thomas More Newman Canter. Para más información
contactarse a: [email protected]
Retiro de Parejas, 2015
Mayo 29, 30, 31
Viernes 29 de May de 7:00-9:00 pm
Iglesia Sta. Maria, 1062 Charnelton St., Eugene
Sabado 30 y Domingo 31 de Mayo
8:30 am-6:00 pm
Marist Catholic High School
1900 Kingsley Rd., Eugene
Conferencistas: P. Joaquin J. Rojas y
Laicos Ernesto y Laura Castro
Para mas información: José Sanchez
Campaña “Primeros 1000 Días”
Cultura de Iniciativa Católica de Vida
Donde todos son acogidos y amados por la misericordia
(día 70) Casi la mitad de los embarazos entre las mujeres
estadounidenses no son deseados, y cuatro de cada de estos
se terminan en un aborto. La mayoría de los bebés están sin
nombre hasta el final de los embarazos de sus madres. Pero lo
que es un embarazo inconveniente para algunos es una
persona única y especial, aunque sin nombre en los ojos de
¿Registrado en Santa María?
Si usted asiste regularmente o si es nuevo miembro de Santa
María y aún no está registrado en nuestra parroquia, le
invitamos a que lo haga en la oficina parroquial durante las
horas de oficina. También si cambia de dirección o se va a ir
del área, favor de avisarnos. Muchas gracias.
La Caminata de Jericó
Pláticas Pre-Bautismales
Se llevan a cabo cada 3° y 4° sábado del mes. Necesita
registrarse en la Oficina Parroquial.
Favor de no traer niños pequeños a las pláticas ya que
distraen la atención en las clases.
Requisitos para Primera Comunión
† Ser miembro activo y estar registrado en la iglesia por lo
menos 6 meses antes.
† Su hijo/a debe asistir por lo menos 2 años a clases de
† Las inscripciones serán al principio del año escolar después
de Misa con Rosa Zavala y después en la Oficina Parroquial.
Confesiones en Español
Viernes 29 de Mayo 11:00 am a 12:00 pm.
Sábado 30 de Mayo 4:00 a 5:00 y 7:00 a 8:00 pm.
Acompáñanos a la ½ hora de Apoyo a Pro-Vida en la caminata
alrededor de Planned Parenthood en Glenwood. Esta es la
primer caminata de 8 mensuales será el 30 de Mayo a la
1:00pm. Cada caminata se llevara a cabo el último sábado de
cada siguiente mes. La idea se tomo del pacto de Alianza en la
Ciudad de Jericó. Vamos a procesar con el Arca de la Alianza,
que es Nuestra Santa Madre. Para más detalles email o llamar
a Doris Simpkins 541- 520-6787 [email protected]
Requisitos para los Bautizos
Antes de bautizar a su niño/a los PADRES necesitan:
† Ser miembros activos y estar registrados en la iglesia por lo
menos 6 meses antes del bautizo.
† Registrarse para asistir a las pláticas Pre-Bautismales
Los PADRINOS también deben haber asistido a las pláticas PreBautismales, y cumplir con lo siguiente:
† Haber recibido los Sacramentos de Iniciación: Bautizo,
Confesión, Primera Comunión y Confirmación.
† Tener por lo menos 16 años de edad.
† Ser miembros activos de la Iglesia Católica.
† Si están casados deben ser casados por la Iglesia
Sunday, May 24
Coffee & Donuts
7:30 † Mass
9:00 † Mass
11:00 † Mass
1:00 † Misa
5:30 † LifeTeen Mass
Monday, May 25
9:00 † Mass
Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 26
6:55 † Mass
12:15 † Funeral Mass – Jack Powell
6:30 ~ La Esperanza Music Practice
Wednesday, May 27
6:55 † Mass
11:00 ~ Reconciliation
12:15 † Mass
1:00 ~ Marian Prayer
6:00 ~ Choir Practice (11:00)
6:30 ~ Esperanza Music Practice
6:30 ~ Confirmation Class
Parish Office Closed
Thursday, May 28
Friday, May 29
6:55 † Mass
12:15 † Memorial Mass for
Robert Cresanto
5:30 ~ Choir Practice (9:00)
7:00 ~ Esperanza Prayer Group
7:30 ~ LifeTeen Band Practice
6:55 † Mass
11:00 ~ Reconciliation
12:15 † Mass
6:30 ~ Esperanza Holy Hour
Monday, June 1
Tuesday, June 2
6:55 † Mass
11:00 ~ Reconciliation
12:15 † Mass
6:55 † Mass
9:15 ~ DJM
12:15 † Mass
5:30 ~ St. Mary Conf./SVdP
6:30 ~ La Esperanza Music Practice
Friday, June 5
Saturday, June 6
6:55 † Mass
10:00 ~ Prayer Shawl Meeting
11:00 ~ Reconciliation
12:15 † Mass
6:30 ~ La Esperanza
8:00 † Mass
9:00 ~ DJM
4:00 ~ Reconciliation
5:30 † Vigil Mass
6:30 ~ Esperanza Music Practice
7:00 ~ Reconciliation
Saturday, May 30
Sunday, May 31
8:00 † Mass
4:00 ~ Reconciliation
5:30 † Vigil Mass
6:30 ~ Esperanza Music Practice
7:00 ~ Reconciliation
KC Breakfast
7:30 † Mass
9:00 † Mass
11:00 † Mass
1:00 † Misa
4:00 ~ LifeNight
5:30 † LifeTeen Mass
Wednesday, June 3
Thursday, June 4
6:55 † Mass
11:00 ~ Reconciliation
12:15 † Mass
6:00 ~ Choir Practice (11:00)
6:30 ~ Esperanza Music Practice
6:55 † Mass
12:15 † Mass
5:30 ~ Choir Practice (9:00)
7:00 ~ Esperanza Prayer Group
7:30 ~ LifeTeen Band Practice
Sunday, June 7
Monday, June 8
Esperanza Breakfast
7:30 † Mass
9:00 † Mass
11:00 † Mass
12:00 ~ English Baptisms
1:00 † Misa
4:00 ~ LifeNight
5:30 † LifeTeen Mass
6:55 † Mass
11:00 ~ Reconciliation
12:15 † Mass