Fourth Sunday of Advent Fourth Sunday of Advent - Saints Catholic

The Sanctuary Candle burns this week
In Memory of Nick LaRosa.
Monday, December 22nd 1 Sm 1:24-28; 1 Sm 2:1,4-8abcd; Lk 1:46-56
† Cheryl Bowman
Maria Tran’s Family
Tuesday, December 23rd Mal 3:1-4,23-34;Ps 25:4-5ab,8-10,14;Lk 1:67-79
St. John of Kanty
Fourth Sunday of Advent
“The child to be born will be called holy, the Son of God.”
~ Luke 1:35
All Saints is a tithing community, giving back a
portion of God’s blessings in gratitude.
“Put on as God's chosen ones,
heartfelt mercy and kindness."
† General Mark J. W orrick
Victorio-DeGuzman Family
Wednesday, December 24th 2 Sm 7:1-5,8b-12,14a,16;Ps 89:2-5,27,29;
The Vigil of Christmas ~ Parish Office Closed
Lk 1:67-79
† John Shillingford Jr.
† Rudy V illareale
† Guy and Julia Guiffre & for the Living
& Deceased Members of the Guiffre Family
4:30pm (Metz) † Joseph Oha
5:00pm (MP) † Roberto Guzman, Saul Guzman & Claudia Juarez
† Kimberly Roach
8:00pm (Sp) † Daniel Luis and A ngel Luis Rodriguez
Pastor and Fe Mario ~ 37th Anniversary
Thursday, December 25th As in the Lectionary
Please pray for those who are sick or in need, especially ~
The Nativity of the Lord ~ Parish Office Closed
Anastasia Adams, Jean Agnew, Marcella Altizer, Helen &
Rakesh Andrews, Rita Arellano, Megan Arp, Lorrie Ball, Robin
Bast, Robert Benedetto, Margaret Berdak, Denise Biggs, Maria
Biosca, Mary Blizzard, John Borden, Ann Brien, Jay Briseno,
Jane Carney, Timothy Ceschin, Maurilio Chaves, Michael
Chettle, Brian Clark, John Connelly, Valerie Corliss, Sandra
Culebro, Riley Cullen, Carly Czajkowski, Robert Dantona, Peter
DeFranks, Angel Dietzel, Leo DiFilippo, Sister Lydia D’Souza,
Vincent Eugenio, Lynn Ferguson-Kerns, Nicole Fini, Reagan
Elizabeth Flemming, Anthony Gabriel, Shannon Gammon,
Graciela Garcia, Charlie Gareis, Sam Garman, Teresa Ann
Gilday, K. Darrell Gillman, Mary Giordano, Dick Goble, Joseph
Gonzalez, Claude Grant, Moira Hall, June Hamson, MaryAnn
Hassan, Danyl Henderson, Gary Herman, Francisco HernandezTarralba, Virginia Hoffman, Marie Horn, Sherry Hudson, Mrs.
Husk, Mary Hutchinson, Audra Peer Jackson, Consuelo Juarez,
Mariane Kammerer, Molumba Kamuamga, Mary Margaret
Kohill, Jean Kovarik, Bill Lansing, Sr., Brian Lee, Geraldine
LeFierre, Marian Lomis, John Lucas, Morris Lusk, Betty Maag,
Mary Makosky, Nicole McGinn, Ariadna Melendez-Guzman,
Liem Shinta Maria, Lenny Martelli, Patricia McAndrew,
Kimberly McNamara, Mary Ellen Merchant, Eduardo Minas,
Ken Moan, Bobbie Moore, Catherine Morretta, Tullis Moyers,
Francis Munsell, Julie Kay Natali, George H. Nitzel Jr., Melanie
Nocera, Philip Nuar, Daniel W. O’Leary, Anthony Panameno,
Michelle Parker, Sandra Patterson, John Peden, Abigail Pell,
Domingos Pereira, Tom Propes, Michael Puzynski, Laurel
Quinn, Jose Manual Rosales Rescendiz, Sean Riley, Megan
Rivera, Martin & Rosalie Robel, Johanna Robinson, Mary
Rogers, Rita Rooney, Fred Rose, Anthony S., Des Sassov,
Patricia Senavitis, Susie Serene, Dorothy Shannon, Jerry Shea,
Mike Shoults, Diane Lynn Smith, Patricia Smith, Sheryl Smith,
Stan Sobczynski, Donna Stecker, Barbara Swenson, James
Suraci, Barbara Tasker, Charles Tolley, Mary Tolley, Sylvia
Urani, Antonio Uribe, Virginia Walsh, Kiki Warrick, Bob
Weaver, Jim Westerhouse, Laura Wilkinson, Collette Williams,
Frances Williams, Eleanor Wisniewski, Beatrice Yeager and
Richard Zavadowski
† Robert W . Cooper
† Douglas Kaufman and the Kaufman Family
† Stanley J. Pawlak
1:30pm (Sp) Christmas Novena
Friday, December 26th Acts 6:8-10; 7:54-59; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 8ab,16bc, 17;
St. Stephen ~ Parish Office Closed
Mt 10:17-22
† Kimberly Roach
Christmas Novena
Adoration and Exposition
Saturday, December 27th 1 Jn 1:1-4;Ps 97:1-2,5-6,11-12; Jn 20:1a,2-8
St. John
Joan Duda
Christmas Novena
Sunday, December 28th As in the Lectionary
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
9:30am (MP)
1:30pm (Sp)
7:00pm (Sp)
Christmas Novena
All Parishioners
Pastoral Familiar
† Francis Hadro
† Daniel Barreiro
† Marie W esthoff
† Miguel & Joel Ornelas & Carmen Garcia
Please pray for all the faithful departed
Elizabeth Arce, Stephen R. McEvily, Helen Peace
and Peter Zrowka
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December 25, 2014
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus,
Each year as the Solemnity of Christ's Birth draws near, I am reminded of what Saint Paul wrote to the Christian
community in Corinth: "though he was rich, [Jesus Christ ] became poor for your sake, so that through his poverty, you
might become rich" (cf. 2Cor.8:9).
Yes, as we kneel before the Manger scene on Christmas Day and beyond, we see before us the poverty which the
Son of God embraced at His birth. He was born in a cattle stable, not in a room at the inn or at His home; lying in a manger
of straw, not in a comfortable bed; wrapped in swaddling clothes, not in warm garments and a blanket.
But the poverty which He embraced was much more than what is so immediately visible. He put aside the riches of
heavenly glory, and instead took on our human nature. As the Letter to the Hebrews reminds us, Jesus became like us in all
things except sin. (cf. Heb. 4:15)).
Why did Jesus Christ, the Son of God, do all this? Out of love for us and for our salvation. He became poor, so that
through His poverty, we might become rich. Rich in what? Rich in the things that really matter – – the things of the heart!
Knowing that our heart longs for the kind of love that truly satisfies and fulfills us, Jesus Christ came to remove
every obstacle that keeps us from experiencing such love – the obstacles of evil, sin, and eternal death. He came to offer us
salvation, God's free act of love, whereby we become His sons and daughters with the promised inheritance of living
forever, sharing His life, in an existence that goes beyond our wildest imaginations, a life of unending peace and joy and
fellowship. When we possess that kind of life, we shall truly become rich and fully alive.
Jesus Christ was born, and eventually suffered, died and rose again on the third day, so that we might find in our
union with Him the fulfillment of our hearts’ deepest longing. He is the source of the kind of love that satisfies the human
heart here in our earthly journey and becomes totally fulfilled in heaven.
Draw near to the manger and see the love of Christ, the love that made Him poor so that we might become truly
rich. And give Him the only thing He desires – love for Him made real in prayer and worship as well as in our daily witness,
and love for others, made real in self-emptying service to others.
I will remember each of you in my prayers and in the Holy Masses, which I shall offer on Christmas Day and
throughout this season of Christmas joy!
Faithfully in the Heart of Christ,
Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde
Bishop of Arlington
In Our Parish
The Parish Office is closed from
12:00 noon - 1:00pm Monday-Friday.
The Legion of Mary, Mother of the Word Incarnate
Presidium, meets in the PAC, St. Joseph Room, on
Thursdays at 7:30pm.
The Thursday morning Bible Study is on break through the
holidays. We will pick up again on Thursday, January 8th in
the Parish Library.
May the Peace and Joy
of the Christ Child be yours
Two years ago, in talking with my parents after the events
of the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, they were sharing
with me some words that a priest at their church said at
Mass the Sunday after the tragedy. He said that this year he
doesn’t want people to have a happy Christmas, or a Merry
Christmas, or even a Happy Holiday. He just wants to wish
them Christmas. If we think about this, he is getting to the
essence of what Christmas is about. He wants them to encounter Christ in Christmas. Christ, come among us as a
man, is a remarkable solidarity that God is sharing with all
of humanity. Christ comes in all of his vulnerability as a
child, one who needs parents to care for him, to love him, to
protect him, and to guide him through infancy and childhood. The God who comes down to earth, unites heaven
and earth as they touch in Jesus. Christ came as a human to
begin the remarkable journey of our Redemption from sin
and to reveal his saving power in the Resurrection. May this
be the Christ whom you meet this Christmas.
This year, instead of sending individual Christmas cards to
all, the parish is making a donation to our Bethany Food
Pantry, that serves the needy of the Manassas area. The
name “Bethlehem” means “House of Bread.” Jesus was
born in a manger, which was the food trough used for feeding animals. Thus, “House of Bread” can be associated with
Jesus, the Bread of Life.
If you are traveling for the holidays, please journey safely.
If you are a visitor to All Saints Church, we welcome you.
On behalf of Fr. Melmer, Fr. Juan, Fr. Mauricio, Fr. Stephen, myself, our deacons, sisters and our parish staff, I
wish you a very blessed and merry Christmas. May you
discover the peace and joy of Christ in this Christmas season.
(A Blessed and Merry) Christmas!
Father Lee Roos
Required Update to VIRTUS Training - “Keeping the
Promise Alive” - this valuable half-hour training update will
be presented on the following in Meeting Room 2 at
7:00pm: Tuesday, January 6th & February 3rd, Thursday,
February 12th at 2:15pm and Wednesday, March 4th, again
at 7:00pm. We are requesting advance registration by
telephone or email for this brief update. To register, please
call Janet Smith at the Parish Office, 703-393-2158 or email
her at [email protected]
Read an Advent prophet in the Bible. Come to daily Mass.
Encourage someone. Spend time with an older person.
Spend time with a younger person. Meditate on the fact that
Jesus is here for you. Be kind to someone in your family.
Be kind to someone at work. Take a deep breath and simply
take 5 minutes to pray. Remember immigrants who need
your assistance. Be at peace. Watch. Wait. Pray. Rejoice.
All a part of Advent.
Wednesday, December 31st, 2014, is the last day by which
contributions may be either received at the parish office or
post marked to be credited for calendar year 2014.
Contribution statements for 2014 will be mailed to those
whose parish records indicate they have contributed during
the year. If you do not receive your statement by January
31st, please contact the parish office. Thank you for your
stewardship of God’s gifts and your generosity for the many
needs of parish life.
Welcome home to our college students. We hope that
you enjoy a break after your semester of studies.
Christmas Wafers (Oplatek)- A centuries old Christmas
Vigil tradition enjoyed by the Eastern Europeans, will be
available at the Parish Office. Suggested donation is $3.00/
pack. Proceeds will benefit the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
Thank you for your incredible response to the St. Vincent
de Paul Society’s “Golden Envelope” collection two weeks
ago ($29,128) and Catholic Charities’ Christmas collection
($17,442) last Sunday. In these difficult economic times, the
needs presented to these groups have multiplied. Through
your sacrificial generosity, many people will come to
experience the love of God in a concrete way. After all,
isn’t that what the Incarnation and the birth of Christ are
Pastoral Care Needs
Please notify us if you have a family member in Prince
William Hospital or one of the nursing homes. A priest or
Eucharistic Minister will then visit. Please call us at (703)
393-1411 with the name of the person in need and provide
the patient’s name and room number. If you would like
your loved one to be placed on our Parish Prayer Tree,
please call Maureen at 703-361-4066. If you would like
your loved one to be placed in the bulletin, please call
Linda at 703-393-1430.
The Cancer Prayer and Support Group will be meeting on
Monday, December 22nd from 1:00-2:00pm in the Parish
Library. This ministry is for people with cancer and also
cancer survivors. Please call Gillian, Pastoral Care Office
at (703) 393-1411 for more information.
WOW - Widows or Widowers - You are invited to come
and join us … This is a group to socialize with, to help
overcome the loneliness, to share experiences and form
new friendships. Come and meet with those who have
walked a similar path with you. Any questions, please call
Gillian at 703-393-1411 or visit our website at http:// or email at [email protected]
Advent Wreath Prayers
If you have set up an Advent wreath in
your home this year, here are some
prayers you could say while you light
its candles. You may say these before
or after a meal, when waking up,
before going to bed, or whenever you and the members of
your household gather for prayer. Before you say the
prayer, read and talk over the Gospel you heard at Sunday
Mass that week.
Week 4: O God, who sent your angel Gabr iel to
announce good news to Mary, make us happy with your
Word of life. Let our hearts be so filled with love for you
that they glow with the light of these four candles. May we
live in a way that will please you. Through Christ our
The Spirit of Love Prayer Group
will meet as follows:
December 22nd and 29th (Church)
Live Praise & Worship and Prayer Teams available
for individual prayer.
For more information, please call
Mary Alice Goldsmith at (703) 392-4336.
Bethany Food Pantry
At this time we are especially in need of the following:
Rice / beans / oatmeal and cold cereal / corn flour & white
flour / canned chicken and tuna / peanut butter / potatoes /
fruit / pasta sauce / baking and pancake mix
Dairy and meat products, as well as fresh produce, are
always in high demand. If your donation requires cold
storage, please contact Vickie Taylor at 703-368-4500 to
schedule a drop off. Your non-perishable donations to the
pantry can be left in one of the wooden bins located near
each door of the church or call so that we can best
accommodate the delivery. If you know of someone we can
help, please let them know that the Bethany Food Pantry is
here to help. Thanks for your continued support.
Eucharistic Adoration
“Could you not spend one hour with me?”
Come adore with us:
Sunday 8:00pm to Monday 7:00am
Wednesday 9:00am to Thursday 7:00am
Thursday 7:00pm to Friday 7:00am
Friday 9:00pm (following Holy Hour) to Saturday 7:30am
and ends with Benediction
Call or email Aime at (703) 392-5260 / [email protected]
for further information.
Mary waited with an expectant faith. A visit to
the Blessed Sacrament lives in that faith.
We have needs for adorers at the following
times: Mondays from 1:00am-2:00am,
Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pm & 5:00-6:00pm,
Thursdays from 12:00-1:00am and Fridays from 12:001:00am. Contact Aime at (703) 392-5260 or
[email protected] for further information.
"Give thanks to The Lord for He is good;
His mercies endure forever." Ps. 107:1
Your generosity reflects the spirit of All Saints Parish and
provides a share in our Christmas Joy. Please contribute to
St. Vincent DePaul efforts to assist our less fortunate
neighbors. Help bring a message of hope to families facing
financial emergencies.
If you are experiencing a financial emergency, please call:
703-368-2429; Spanish speakers: 703-393-1483. If you
would like to learn more about the St. Vincent de Paul
Society, please call 571-264-5750 or 703-626-1833.
All Saints Catholic School
Children’s Religious Education
Christmas Holiday Schedule
In observance of the Christmas season, the school and offices
will be closed from Monday, December 22nd through Friday,
January 2nd. Classes will resume on Monday, January 5th. All
Saints Catholic School wishes you and your family a blessed
Christmas season.
RSVP for our January Open House
All Saints Catholic School will be hosting an Open House for
prospective parents for the 2015-16 school year on
Wednesday, January 14th at 9:00am. Following a
presentation and introduction, tours of the facility will be
provided. Plan to attend and experience the dynamic, Catholic
environment of All Saints Catholic School. For more
information, please contact Mrs. Joyce D’Eugenio at (703)
393-1490 or [email protected]
Tuition Assistance Applications for 2015-2016
Applications for Tuition Assistance for the 2015-2016
academic year are now available. Again this year the Diocese
of Arlington has partnered with FACTS Grant & Aid
Assessment Company. FACTS has established an on-line
application process that can be initiated through the company
website (
December Class Dates:
Sundays: December 21st
Mondays: December 22nd
Sundays: No RE class on 12/28
Mondays: No RE class on 12/29
Wednesdays: No RE class on 12/24, 12/31
January Class Dates:
Sundays: 4th, 11th and 25th
Mondays: 5th, 12th and 26th
Wednesdays: 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th
SPRED: January 10th
Sunday: No RE class on January 18th
Monday: No RE class on January 19th
All Saints Young Adult
The Religious Education Office wishes you a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
May the blessings of our Lord be with you and your
family today and always.
Young Adults in their 20’s and 30’s ,
single and married ,who seek to engage and grow
deeply in their faith.
Life is Very Good Evening of Pro Life Prayer
Young adults are invited to the Life is Very Good Pro Life
Evening of Prayer on January 21st at the Patriot Center.
Last year tickets sold out quickly. Tickets are $15. All
checks should be made to All Saints Young Adults and can
be dropped off at the Parish Office.
World Youth Day 2016
There are still spaces available for the 2016 World Youth
Day Pilgrimage to Poland. All Saints will be joining the
Diocese of Arlington. The total cost is $4,500. This
includes airfare, hotel, most meals. The itinerary is from
July 18th -August 1st. We will be visiting: Rome, Assisi,
Venice, Vienna, Poland. Please contact me for more
information: [email protected] or you can visit our
Contact Carmen (China) Briceño
[email protected], 703-393-2141 x161
Need a copy of the RE calendar or manual? Download one
RE Office: (703) 393-2142
Parish Office Christmas Hours
The Parish Office hours for the Christmas season are as
Monday, December 22nd
Tuesday, December 23rd
Wednesday, December 24th
Thursday, December 25th
Friday, December 26th
Saturday, December 27th
Sunday, December 28th
~ Regular Hours
~ Regular Hours
~ Closed
~ Closed
~ Closed
~ Open 9:00am-3:00pm
~ Open 9:00am-3:00pm
Monday, December 29th
Tuesday, December 30th
Wednesday, December 31st
Thursday, January 1st
Friday, January 2nd
~ Regular Hours
~ Regular Hours
~ Closed
~ Closed
~ Closed
9th-12th graders
June 20—26, 2014
High School Workcamp
An amazing experience of
service & faith development
open to 9th-12th graders!
40 spots open… first come, first serve :)
Register Online at
Mandatory Meeting: MONDAY,
JANUARY 12th at 7:00pm
Twilight Retreat
Parish Movie Night
Saturday, January 3rd
5:30pm - 12:30am
$10 (Dinner, Retreat, and
A CASINO NIGHT with prizes!
RSVP: [email protected] or
703-393-2141 by Dec. 27th
Friday, January 2nd
in the PAC at 7:00pm
view the Blu-ray Disc of last
summer’s musical on Big Screen!
7th-8th graders
Coming Soon...
Contact us
1st & 3rd Fridays (Sept—May)
7:00-8:15 in the Gym
Great way to have a lot of fun in a safe
environment & make new friends too!
January 24th
Prime Time Outing to
Pump it Up Manassas.
Join us for fun games,
bounce and pizza!
Next Prime Time: Jan 16
February 20th
6th grade Welcome!
All 6th graders will be
welcome to come to Prime
Time starting on
February 20th!
Rob Tessier
[email protected]
High School, Theatre
Carmen (China) Briceño
[email protected]
Jr. High, Young Adults
* Habla Español *
Cathy Sledz
[email protected]
Program Assistant
21 de Diciembre de 2014
Cuarto Domingo de Adviento
Misa en Manassas Park de 9:30am ~ En memoria de Ester Lirrieta & Erubil Molina
Misa de 1:30pm ~ Intenciones para Diana y Emily Gómez
Misa de 7:00pm ~ En memoria de Jonatán González
Rev. Lee R. Roos
Avisos Parroquiales
Rev. Juan Puigbó
Rev. Mauricio Pineda
Domingo: 9:30am en el
Centro Comunitario de
Manassas Park; 1:30pm
y 7:00pm en la Iglesia.
Horarios de Misas para Navidad 2014
Miércoles, 24 de Diciembre— Misa en español
en el Centro Comunitario de Manassas Park (99
Adams St, Manassas Park) a las 5:00pm y en la
Iglesia a las 8:00pm.
Jueves, 25 de Diciembre—Misa en español a la
Domingo, 28 de Diciembre– Horario Normal
9:30am en el Centro Comunitario de Manassas
Park; 1:30pm y 7:00pm en la Iglesia.
Miércoles, 31 de Diciembre—Misa en español a
las 8:00pm.
Jueves, 1 de Enero—Misa en español a la
Misas para Epifanía: Domingo, 4 de Enero:
Horario Normal 9:30am en el Centr o Comunitario de Manassas Park; 1:30pm y 7:00pm en la
Miércoles: 6:30pm-8:00pm
Sábados: 3:00pm-4:00pm
Primer Viernes del Mes:
Todos están invitados a las Posadas de Navidad de la
Domingo 8:00pm a Lunes
7:00am; Miércoles 9:00am
a Jueves 7:00am; Jueves
7:00pm a Viernes 7:00am;
Viernes 9:00pm(después
de la Hora Santa) a Sábado 7:30am.
Se ofrece en 2o Grado. Es
obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703393-2142 x216.
Se ofrece en 8o Grado. Es
obligatorio un año de preparación. Llame al 703-393
-2142 x249.
La oficina parroquial esta
abierta de lunes a jueves
de 9:00am a 12:00 del
medio día y de 1:00pm a
9:00pm. Los viernes de
9am a 12:00 del medio día
y de 1:00pm a 8:00pm.
Sábados y Domingos de
9:00am a 3:00pm
Para ser héroes de Dios con
el Padre Juan, conéctate a
Parroquia el 23 de diciembr e a las 7:30 de la noche
en el Centro de Actividades. (Antigua Iglesia)
Horario de Oficina durante la Navidad
El Horario de la Oficina Parroquial durante
la temporada de Navidad es el siguiente:
Lunes, 22 de diciembre ~ Horario Normal
Martes, 23 de diciembre ~ Horario Normal
Miércoles, 24 de diciembre ~ Cerrado
Jueves, 25 de diciembre ~ Cerrado
Viernes, 26 de diciembre ~ Cerrado
Sábado, 27 de diciembre ~ Abierto de
9am a 3pm
Domingo, 28 de diciembre ~Abierto de 9am a 3pm
Lunes, 29 de diciembre ~ Horario Normal
Martes, 30 de diciembre ~ Horario Normal
Miércoles, 31 de enero ~ Cerrado
Jueves, 1 de enero ~ Cerrado
Viernes, 2 de enero ~ Cerrado
Sábado, 3 de enero ~ Abierto de 9 am a 3pm
Hora Santa
Les invitamos a la Hora Santa Vocacional todos los
viernes de 10pm a 11pm en la capilla. Oremos por el
aumento de vocaciones al sacerdocio y a la vida
Oraciones para la corona de Adviento
Si usted está configurando una corona de
adviento en su casa este año, aquí hay
algunas oraciones que se podría decir
mientras usted prende las velas. Usted
puede decir esto antes o después de una comida, al
despertar, antes de ir a la cama, o cada vez que usted y
los miembros de su familia se reúnen para orar. Antes
de decir la oración, leer y hablar sobre el evangelio que
escucho en la misa dominical de esa semana.
Tercer Semana: Oh Dios, que enviaste a san J uan
Bautista como voz que clama en el desierto, abre
nuestros oídos para escuchar tu mensaje al encender la
vela de color rosa. Modela nuestras vidas de modo que
se conviertan en un camino recto hacia ti. Haznos
dignos de saludar a tu Hijo cuando Él venga a nosotros.
Por Cristo nuestro Señor.
Cuarta Semana: Oh Dios, que enviaste el ángel
Gabriel para anunciar la buena noticia a María, haznos
fieles a su Palabra de Vida. Deja que nuestros
corazones estén tan llenos de amor por ti que brillen
con la luz de estas cuatro velas. Que vivamos de tal
manera que te agrademos siempre. Por Cristo nuestro
Avisos de Educación Religiosa
Clases de Diciembre
Domingo: 12/21
Lunes: 12/22
Domingo: No habrá clases el 28 de Diciembre
Lunes: No habrá clases el 29 de Diciembre
Miércoles: No habrá clases el 24 y 31 de Diciembre
Clases de Enero
Domingo: 4, 11, 25 del 2015
Lunes: 5, 12, 26 del 2015
Miércoles: 7, 14, 21, 28 del 2015
Domingo 18 de enero no habrá clase
Lunes 19 de enero no habrá clases
SPRED: La Siguiente clase será 10 de Enero 2015
La Oficina de Educación Religiosa les desea que
pasen una Feliz Navidad y un prospero Año Nuevo.
Que las Bendiciones de Dios Nuestro Señor estén
hoy y siempre en sus familias.
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Teléfono: 703-393-2142