Bilingual Bulletin.indd - Shepherd of the Valley

Shepherd of the Valley
Catholic Church
Pastor del Valle
600 Beebe Road, Central Point, OR 97502
Office Hours: Monday - 1 - 5 pm
Tuesday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Horario de oficina en español: martes a
viernes de 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM. Y después de
la 6:00 PM con previa cita.
Phone: (541) 664-1050 Fax: (541) 664-9312
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail Ministerio Hispano:
[email protected]
web site - shepherdcatholic.com
Iglesia Catolica
FEBRUARY 1, 2015
Parish Staff
Father Mike Walker - Pastor
Father Victor Perez - Parochial Vicar
Joyce Marks - Coordinator of Ministries & Volunteers
Deacon Felix Garcia - Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry
Kelsie Whaley - Coordinator of Youth Ministry
Jenny Zomerdyk- Office Manager
David Knouff - Maintenance
Rick Knouff - Maintenance
MISSION STATEMENT
Shepherd of the Valley Catholic Church is a welcoming parish family, who worships together as
disciples, receives Jesus in Word and Sacrament and proclaims the Good News.
We commit ourselves to the joyful love of Christ. Our faith is expressed in service to all God’s children.
We go out into the world to share and invite others to experience the love of God.
Ministries/Ministerios
Altar Servers: Jerry Bourgeois 541-826-4676
Augustinian Seculars: Debbie Childs 541-664-8604
Baptism: Megan Sandlin 541-664-3221
Bautismos: Deacon Felix Garcia 541-664-1050
Bereavement Ministry: Jan Plunkett 541-499-0382
Catecismo: Yolanda Canjura 541-664-1050
Children's Liturgy of the Word: Joyce Marks 541-664 -1050
Ecuentro Matrimonial: Liz & Santos Godinez 541-890-2698
Grief Support: Jenny Zomerdyk 541-664-1050
Hospitality: Joyce Marks 541-664-1050
Initiation / R.C.I.A.: Joyce Eason 541-664-5910
Knights of Columbus: Dr. Doug Smith 541-773-1414
Legion of Mary: Jim Brick 541-826-4881
Liturgy Coordinator: Diane Orto 541-535-5980
Men's Book Study: Terry Marks 541-826-7924
Ministeno de Jovenes: Kelsie Whaley 541-664-1050
Ministry to the Ill & Homebound: Joyce Marks 541-664-1050
Music Ministry: Steve Childs 541-664-8604
New Parishioners: Don Krolak 541-879-0319
Prayer Chain: Irene Vaughn 664-2517 or Joyce Eason 664-5910
Religious Education: Joyce Marks 541-664-1050
San Juan Diego: Isabel Martinez 541-301-5570
Scheduling of Lay Ministers: Jan Plunkett 541-499-0382
St. Augustine Conference (S.V.D.P.): 541-646-7879
Young Adult Group: Kelsie Whaley 541-664-1050
Youth Ministry: Kelsie Whaley 541-664-1050
Masses/Misas
Saturday:
5:00 PM
7:00 PM (Espanol)
Sunday:
8:30 AM
11:00 AM
1:00 PM (Espanol)
Weekdays
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
12:00 PM Mass
6:00 PM Bilingual
12:00 PM Mass
12:00 PM Mass
12:00 PM Mass 1st
Friday or Communion
Service
Sacraments
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Sat. - 4:00 to 4:45 PM
or anytime by appointment
Baptisms: Call 3 months prior to
the baptism
Weddings: Call 6 months prior to
the wedding
FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
FROM FATHER VICTOR:
Act and Speak with Authority
“Be silent and come out of him” Mark 1:25
I have a family who is very healthy. My dad
is very religious and dedicated to his work. My mom
is loving and very patient, she frequently has to tell
us and show us the way to become not only good
people but the model of life.
I remember one day I was supposed to be
serving at Mass. I had stayed up really late the
night before and as I result I couldn’t wake up for
Sunday Mass. I heard my mom’s voice saying, “It’s
time to get up” but I continued sleeping. Then she
called me again and said, “get up already or I will
get you up.” She spoke and acted seriously…she
took one of her sandals and standing in front of me
began to count to three…it was a better choice to
get up and do what you were supposed to do.
Today the Gospel tells us (Mark 1, 25) that
a man possessed by an evil spirit encountered
Christ, the Son of God, and something surprising
happen. Immediately he recognized him, Satan is
intelligent, isn’t he? But Christ is more intelligent
than him and with authority he says, “Be silent and
come out of him” and the man was left healed. How
many times in life have we also experienced this
type of thing? How often have we allow addictions
or depression or things like pride, envy, sloth, etc,
etc, etc. to live in us? What do we do to become
free of these things?
I told you my mom’s way of “talking” to us,
she spoke with authority and things would get done
at any cost. Thanks to her, I now realize the word
is true and when some spirit is giving us other
indications it is better and more recommended to
speak with authority. As I said, our call is to arrive
at not only being good people, but models of life.
The month of January is already gone, we
must give thanks to God for the gift of this time
but we should also review our progress. If it is
necessary to make some change do not doubt or
hesitate in doing so. The most important thing is to
remember Jesus Christ, he teaches us frequently
that it is necessary to be firm and decisive. He
always spoke and acted with authority. “Be silent
and come out of him.”
DE PARTE DE PADRE VICTOR:
Actuar y Hablar con autoridad.
CALLATE Y SAL DE EL. MK 1, 25
Tengo una familia muy sana, mi padre es
muy religioso y muy dedicado a su trabajo. Pero
mi mama aunque es amorosa y muy paciente con
frequencia tiene que hablar y senalar el camino
para llegar no solo a ser buenas gentes sino modelo de vida.
Recuerdo que un buen dia cuando servia en
la Iglesia parroquial me dormi muy tarde y como
resultado otro dia no podia levantarme para la misa
dominical, oi la voz de mi mama que decia ‘’ya es
hora levantate’’ pero yo segui dormido. Entonces
ella me llamo otra vez y me dijo: ya levantate o
voy a levantarte, cuando ella hacia eso hablaba
en serio y actuaba en serio, se quitaba una de
sus sandalias y enfrente de ti contaba hasta tres
. . . asi que era mejor levantarse y cumplir con tus
obligaciones.
Hoy nos dice el evangelio ( Mk. 1, 28 ) que
un hombre poseido por un espritu malo se encuentra con Cristo el Hijo de Dios y pasa algo sorprendente, inmediatamente lo reconoce, Satanas es
inteligente no? Pero Cristo es mas que el y con
autoridad le dice ‘’callate y vete’’ y el hombre quedo
sano. Cuantas veces en la vida experimentamos
tambien nosotros esta clase de cosas? Es decir
dejamos que adicciones o deprecion, o cosas
como orgullo, envidia, o pereza etc, etc, etc, vivan
en nosotros? Que hacemos para vernos libre de
ellos?
Yo les platicaba el modo de ‘’hablar’’ de mi
mama, ella hablaba con autoridad y las cosas se
hacian a como diera lugar. Gracias a ella ahora
me doy cuenta que la palabra se cumple y que
cuando algun espirtu por alli nos esta dando otras
indicaciones es mejor y mas recomendable hablar
con autoridad. Como les digo nuestro llamado es
llegar a ser no solo buenas gentes sino modelos
vida.
Ya para terminar, les dire que el mes de
Enero ya se fue, y claro que no solo le damos gracias a Dios, sino que tambien revisamos nuestro
progreso. Si es necesario hacer algun cambio no
dudes en ejecutarlo. Y lo mas importante acuerdate de Jesucristo, nos enzena que con frequencia
es necesario ser firme y decidido, El siempre habla
y actua con mucha autoridad. “Callate y Sal de El.’’
You can find me here: [email protected]
Me puedes encontrar aqui: [email protected]
Fr. Victor
Fr. Victor
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Dying Wishes
We are all leaving this planet one
way, and as much as we try to escape
death, we all will die and in hope, join our
Lord in eternity.
In a societal culture of expediency
and convenience, funerals or the lack of
them, are a common casualty influenced
by this attitude. In my experience thus
far, Catholics don’t tend to preplan their
funerals. I can promise you, someone
else will and it will be too late for you to
have a say so. I can’t tell you how many
times a Catholic funeral and burial are
not honored by the children or relatives of
the deceased, because wishes were not
written down, and costs not thought out.
Family members who are not practicing
Catholics see no need for the time, costs
and considerations given to a Catholic
Wake and Mass Funeral, and the Committal where the priest blesses the grave
site. They often opt for a celebration of
life or gathering at a person’s home and
call it good. If that works for you, read no
more. For the rest, saying what you want
isn’t as good as a firm written plan of your
burial wishes. I will be giving a morning
workshop on How to plan for your end of
life needs on Thursday, March 12th. I will
have a mortuary speaker so you will know
how to plan in advance for costs. I will
cover Catholic Funerals, what our Church
teaches in regards to them, and you can
choose to or not to have yours, down to
the readings read at your Mass Funeral.
A book of planning will be included to
take home with you. Costs include the
book. Adult children, invite your Catholic
parents to come. Joyce
últimos deseos
Todos nos estamos dejando este
planeta de una manera, y por mucho que
tratamos de escapar de la muerte, todos
vamos a morir y esperamos unirnos a
nuestro Señor en la eternidad.
En una cultura de la sociedad de la
conveniencia y comodidad, los funerales,
son una víctima común de esta experiencia. En mi experiencia hasta ahora,
los católicos no tienden a planificar previamente sus funerales. Puedo prometer
que, alguien más lo hará y será demasiado
tarde para que tu podadas decidirlo. No
puedo decirle cuántas veces un funeral
católico y el entierro no son respetadas
por los hijos de los fallecidos o familiares
porque los deseos no fueron escritos, y
los costos no pensado. Miembros de la
familia que no son católicos practicantes
no ven la necesidad de los tiempos, costos
y consideraciones dadas para un velorio o
una misa de funeral y el sepelio en el que
el sacerdote bendice la tumba. A menudo
optan por una celebración de la vida o una
reunión en la casa de una persona y lo
llaman bueno. Si funciona para usted, no
lea más. Por lo demás, solo decir lo que
quieres, no es tan bueno como un plan
escrito de su entierro. Voy a dar un taller
sobre cómo planificar el funeral el jueves
12 de marzo. Voy a tener un conferencista
de la casa funeral para que sepa cómo
planificar por adelantado para los gastos.
Vamos a hablar sobre funerales católicos,
lo que nuestra Iglesia enseña en cuanto
a ellos, y usted puede elegir o no tener el
suyo, hasta las lecturas leídas en su misa
funeral. Un libro de planificación se incluye
para llevar a casa con usted. Los costos
incluyen el libro. Los hijos adultos, invita a
tus padres católicos a venir. Joyce
THE 33ND ANNUAL CATHOLIC MEN’S RETREAT
“Saint Joseph The Faithful Father and Husband”
We are privileged to have Fr. Ken
Sampson as our presenter. He is the pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Medford OR.
He has been with the Archdiocese of Portland for eight years. He was a religious
brother with the Discalced Carmelites,
who have a principle charism of retreat
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work, spiritual direction and teaching
the faithful how to deepen their prayer
life. The retreat will be held at St. Rita’s
Retreat Center in Gold Hill, Oregon on
Feb. 27- March 1, Friday- Sunday.
To register or for more information call
Don Zimmerer at 541-531-2929.
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THIS WEEKS
READINGS
February 2 February 8
MONDAY
The Presentation
of the Lord
Mal 3:1-4
Ps 24:7-10
Heb 2:14-18
Lk 2:22-40
TUESDAY
Heb 12:1-4
Ps 22;26-28,
30-32
Mk 5:21-43
WEDNESDAY
Heb 12:4-7, 11-15
Ps 103:1-2,
13-14, 17-18
Mk 6:1-6
THURSDAY
Heb 12:18-19,
21-24
Ps 48:2-4, 9-11
Mk 6:7-13
FRIDAY
Heb 13:1-8
Ps 27:1, 3, 5, 8-9
Mk 6:14-29
SATURDAY
Heb 13:15-17,
20-21
Ps 23:1-6
Mk 6:30-34
SUNDAY
Jb 7:1-4, 6-7
Ps 147:1-6
1 Cor 9:16-19,
22-23
Mk 1:29-39
MEXICO MISSION
During Holy Week a team from our parish
will be travelling again to Vera Cruz, Mexico to
spend twelve days on mission. We go to serve,
teach, share, celebrate and live with the people of
Mexico. Our team is about six people, but it’s really our whole parish that goes to this mission. So
how can you be part of the mission? It’s so simple!
You can pray for us. You can offer a sacrifice for
the mission. And you can make a donation.
Starting this weekend you have the opportunity to donate to the mission in a very special
way. Each of the people attending mission are
paying their own expenses, but you can help us
to bring food and clothing to the people of Mexico.
After Masses (or at the parish office anytime during
the week), you can stop by and purchase a shirt,
a pair of pants, or some bread and fish.
Each of these symbolizes clothing or food,
which we will purchase in Mexico with the donated
money and give to the people in the towns we
are serving. Each item is a donation of $5. Your
name (or the person in who’s name you would like
to make the donation) will be written on the item
and posted on the board. You will also receive a
prayer card so that you can continue to pray for
the mission as we prepare.
The donations for clothing and food will be
taken until March 22nd.
Participate with us in serving, teaching,
sharing, celebrating, and living with the people of
Mexico.
LENT KERYGMA SERIES
The “Three Rs of Faith”
This Lent, in all the weekend Masses, we
as a parish will be preparing for Easter by “going
back to basics”. Each Sunday during Mass we will
preach and teach on one of the five elements of
the Kerygma. The “Good News” for us is that it will
help us to understand the basic Gospel message –
almost like a review of the “Three Rs of Faith”, so
we can be more rooted in our faith and it’s fundamental message. Because it is the fundamentals
of the faith, it is the perfect time for others to come
to faith. Therefore, we need to invite our friends
and family members to come during Lent so they
can understand why Jesus and faith matters.
We will be beginning this series the weekend
of February 21/22 after Ash Wednesday. Plan on
making it each weekend during Lent to allow the
basic message of Salvation to impact your life. In
addition, invite your friends and family members
to go with you so that they also might come to appreciate the real Gospel of Jesus and salvation.
Now is the time to commit and invite. Lent will be
here in about a month.
EL KERYGMA DURANTE CUARESMA
Los "tres R de la Fe"
Esta Cuaresma, en todas las misas del fin
de semana, nosotros como parroquia estaremos
preparándonos para la Pascua "volviendo a lo
básico". Cada domingo durante la misa vamos a
predicar y enseñar cada uno de los cinco elementos del Kerygma. La "buena nueva" para nosotros
es que nos ayudará a entender el mensaje básico
del Evangelio - casi como una revisión de las "tres
R de la Fe", para que nuestra fe pueda ser más
arraigada en su mensaje fundamental. Debido a
que son los fundamentos de la fe, es el momento
perfecto para que otros vengan a la fe. Por lo tanto,
tenemos que invitar a nuestros amigos y miembros
de la familia a venir durante la Cuaresma para que
puedan entender por qué son importante Jesús y
la fe.
Estaremos comenzando esta serie del fin de
semana de febrero 21y 22 después del Miércoles
de Ceniza. Planea asistir a misa durante cada fin
de semana durante la Cuaresma para permitir
que el mensaje básico de la Salvación llegue a
tu vida. Además, invita a tus amigos y familiares
para venir contigo a fin de que también pudieran
llegar a apreciar el verdadero Evangelio de Jesús
y de la salvación. Ahora es el momento de comprometerse e invitar. Cuaresma comenzará el mes
próximo .
PUT YOUR GUM IN THE TRASH!
Please dispose of your gum properly! It has
been very difficult to remove gum from the parking
lot asphalt and sidewalk! Put it in the trash.
MASS INTENTIONS
12 noon Wednesday, Feb. 4 + Ron Van Domelen
12 noon Thursday, Feb. 5 + Robbie McDaniel
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COLLECTION
January 26, 2014 - $7,982
January 25, 2015 - $10,971
January Children’s Collection $57.95
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MISIÓN A MÉXICO
Durante la semana santa un equipo
de la parroquia estará viajando a Córdoba
Veracruz, para realizar la misión, nuestro
lema de la misión es: servir enseñar, compartir, celebrar y vivir.
Nuestro objetivo es poder como parroquia ser cada día más generosos, si es
verdad que un equipo será el que viaje, pero
la participación de la parroquia es muy importante.
La manera en que puedes ayudar es
muy sencilla, necesitamos que ores por la
misión. Por el equipo y por la comunidad
que vamos a servir. También puedes ofrecer
un sacrificio, (ayuno, abstinencia de algo
que te guste, etc.) puedes ayudar con tus
donaciones de diferente manera, durante
estas semanas estaremos “vendiendo” al-
guna camisas y pantalones de papel. En el
cual pondremos tu nombre y la donación
que se junte será destinada a comprar ropa
para los niños del pueblo al que vayamos,
también estaremos “vendiendo” “peces y
panes de papel, estas donaciones sea para
comprar despensas y donarla a las familias
que más necesites del pueblo. También se
le pondrá tu nombre y se colocara en un
espacio de la iglesia, la donación sugerida es
de 5 dólares por cada uno. Cabe mencionar
que este dinero solo se utilizara para lo que
fue donado ropa y despensas, el pasaje de
las persona que van será pagado por ellos
mismos junto con una donación que darán
para comprar materiales de construcción y
sonido para algunas iglesias.
Te invito a participas con un corazón abierto
y generoso. Diacono Félix
PASCUA JUVENIL
La Pascua Juvenil se llevara a cabo los
día 20, 21, y 22 de febrero en el armory de Medford. Para jóvenes de 12 a 18 años. Necesitamos
voluntarios mayores de 21 años para servir en la
pascua. La reunión será el día 14 de febrero a las
10 de la mañana.
PLATICAS PREMATRIMONIALES
Para las personas que contraerán matrimonio durante este año las clases prematrimoniales serán el día 7 de marzo de 9:00 AM
a 4:00 PM.
CABALLEROS DE COLON
Los caballeros de Colon tendrán una reunión de información acerca del grupo, el martes 3
de febrero a las 6:30 Pm, en el salón parroquial. Y
el 15 de febrero a las 9 de la Mañana organizaran
un desayuno para recaudar fondos para la parroquia.
QUINCEAÑERAS Y BODAS
Las reservaciones para las bodas y
quinceañeras, solo se harán en la oficina parroquial. Durante el horario de oficina. De lunes a
viernes de 9:00 AM a 5:00 PM
Encuentros matrimoniales
¿Te gustaría tener una mejor relación con tu
pareja? ¿te gustaría mejorar la comunicación en
tu matrimonio? Entonces este es un lugar para
ti, el grupo de encuentros matrimoniales se esta
reuniendo en nuestra parroquia. Si te gustaría
unirte a ellos puedes comunicarte con Liz o Santos
Godínez. Al 541 890 2698
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RETIRO FAMILIAR
el retiro para familias será el día 14 de
marzo de 9:00am a 6 de la tarde. Este año tendremos en la música al misterio de música nueva
alianza y Josué 24,15. En la predicación diacono
José Gutiérrez de Portland y Gela de los ángeles
california, la donación es de 20 dólares por persona o 50 por familia, incluye comida.
Clases de Bautizo: primer y tercer
viernes de cada mes en el salón Marcos.
Llamar a la parroquia por lo menos 3 meses antes del bautizo para verificar la fecha
(favor de no traer niños a la clase).
Confesiones: sábados a las 4:00 PM.
O en Cualquier otro tiempo con previa cita.
Bodas: llamar con seis meses de anticipación.
Ministerio de visitas a los enfermos:
por favor llame al 664 1050 para pedir visita
a los enfermos y la comunión, ya sea en su
casa u hospital.
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POWER POINT VOLUNTEER NEEDED!
College Students, Dads, Moms, Professionals or anyone who isn’t intimidated by Power Point:
We need a person for our 11:00 Sunday Mass to be
trained in how to do the Mass power point screen.
You can learn how to create them, or do it at Mass,
or both. At this point, our sub is a middle schooler,
so really, I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT! Contact Dennis Mihocko at [email protected]
PLASTIC EGGS & CARTONS NEEDED
Collecting one dozen count egg cartons for
Rel. Ed. Project. Please only the 12 count, drop
off at the office. Also any donations of plastic colored Easter eggs would be appreciated. Dead line
March 8th.
MORNING PARISH BOOK STUDY
The Parish Book Study on “Made for More”
will be on Thursday mornings from 10:00-11:30,
beginning on February 5th and running for 6 weeks
in the Mark classroom.
MANDATORY MEETING
Sacramental Prep, First Communion Orientation
Mandatory Meeting for Parents-Tuesday Feb. 10th
6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Hall.
MEN’S BOOK STUDY TO BEGIN
A Men’s Book Study of “Be A Man” will start
February 2 and be held on Monday and Thursday
nights from 7:00 to 8:30. Monday Classes will be
in the Hall and the Thursday classes will be in the
conference room in the new church. These classes
will run for 6 weeks.
FRENCH TOAST BREAKFAST
Another fine Knights of Columbus French
Toast Breakfast. Sunday February 15th after the
8:30 Mass, to be held in the Parish Hall. Cost of
$6.00 for adults, $4 for children, and $18 per family.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
OPEN MEETING - TUESDAY FEB. 3rd
All men of the parish are welcome! Enjoy a
pizza dinner with the Knights.
To be a knight one must be a Catholic and
18 years of age.
6:00 PM Mass (encouraged, not mandatory)
6:30 Pizza and Fellowship (don’t miss this part!)
7:00 Open Business Meeting
Join us for an interesting evening and explore your place in the Knights.
BLOOD DRIVE AT SHEPHERD OF THE VALLEY
schedule an appointment, sign up in the church
The American Red Cross and Shepherd
office, or visit redcrossblood.org, or call 1-800of the Valley Catholic Church are teaming up to
RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
save on Thursday, February 5 from 4 pm to 7 pm
at the church on 600 Beebe in Central Point.
How to donate blood All blood types are needed
22 donors are encouraged from our Parish
to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor
to give the gift of life. In about an hour, donors can
card or driver’s license or two other forms of identisave up to three lives. Please sign up today.
fication are required at check-in. Individuals who are
Donors of all blood types are needed, es17 years of age (16 with parental consent), weigh at
pecially those with O negative, A negative and B
least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may
negative. With a shelf life of 42 days, red blood
be eligible to donate blood. High school students and
cells must be constantly replenished to maintain
other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to
an adequate supply for patients.
meet certain height and weight requirements.
To learn more about donating blood and to
FAMILY FAITH SHARING
Mark 1:21-28
Jesus was teaching in the synagogue. A troubled man with an unclean spirit cried out untruthful
things about Jesus. Jesus knew what the man’s trouble was. He told the unclean spirit to come out of
the man, and with a loud cry, it came out. Everybody was amazed at this teacher with such authority.
When might we feel worried or troubled?
Who can help us?
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WEEKLY CALENDAR
Monday
12:00pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
February 2, 2015
Mass
Altar Serving Training
H. Women’s Group
Men’s Book Study
Church
Church
Matt,John
Conf. Rm
Tuesday
4:00pm
6:00pm
6:00pm
6:30pm
6:45pm
7:00pm
February 3, 2015
Rosary & Divine Mercy
Mass
K of C Meeting
Charismatic Prayer Group
San Juan Diego Men
Welcome Home Catholics
Day Chapel
Day Chapel
Hall 1,2,7,8
Mark
Matt
John
Wednesday
9:30am
10:30am
12:00pm
12:30pm
6:00pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
February 4, 2015
Guitar Lessons
Legion of Mary
Mass
Women’s Prayer Group
1pm Choir
San Juan Diego Choir
RCIA
Confirmation Class
H. Liturgy Training
John
Matthew
Day Chapel
Matt
Hall 1, 2
Hall, 5, 6
Matt,Mark
CLOW
Day Chapel
Thursday
10:00am
12:00pm
6:30pm
February 5, 2015
Parish Book Study
Mass
H. Relig Ed
7:00pm
Men’s Book Study
Mark
Day Chapel
Hall, Rm
1-8, Mods,
CLOW
Conf. Rm
Friday
12:00pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
February 6, 2015
Communion Service
H. Choir
H. Baptism Class
Charismatic Prayer Grp
Day Chapel
Hall 7, 8
Matthew
Lk, Jn
WELCOME HOME CATHOLICS
Sessions started Tuesday, January
6th at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Contact Terry or Lorna
at 541-973-5028 for questions.
Session V - The Bible
Session VI - Prayer
Session VII - Annulments/Divorce
Session VIII - Mary and Catholic Opportunities
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Saturday
1:00pm
4:00pm
5:00pm
7:00pm
February 7, 2015
Wedding- White/Pierce Ch.
Choir Practice
Church
Mass
Church
H. Mass
Church
Sunday
8:30am
9:30am
February 8, 2015
Mass
Church
Relig. Ed.
Hall 1, 2,
5-8, All Mods
CLOW
St. Augustine Conf Conf. Rm
Mass
Church
H. Mass
Church
H. School Youth Grp Luke, K,
Hall Rm 1
9:45am
11:00am
1:00pm
6:00pm
PRINCIPAL/TEACHER OPENING: St. Anne
Catholic School in Grants Pass is now actively
seeking out qualified persons who will serve as
principal and teacher for school in the coming
2015/16 school year and beyond. We are seeking
a strong leader who can inspire our children, their
parents, the staff, teachers, and volunteers. They
must be an example of Catholic faith with excellent
organizational and development skills. This position
is a 1/2-time principal and 1/2-time teacher position.
The person must already hold an Oregon Teaching
license and/or hold Masters Degree or be wiling to
acquire one while employed. Submit a cover letter
and resume to the Catholic Schools Department
at the Archdiocese of Portland [email protected]
archdpdx.org. Do not submit any applications to
the parish directly. The application closing date is
February 20, 2015with initial interviews occurring
in March unless the application period is reopened
to expand the field of candidates.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPENING: St.
Anne Catholic Church in Grants Pass is seeking out
a person will be the face of the parish in answering
the phone and receiving visitors to the office. They
will provide administrative support, reception and
secretarial services and coordinate the parish office. Excellent communication and organizational
skills with the ability to meet deadlines are required.
They will need general ability in accounting and reconciliation as well as typing 50 wpm and 10-key by
touch. Three to five years of experience required.
Practicing Catholic preferred. Bilingual in English/
Spanish preferred. Submit resume and cover letter by email to: [email protected]
www.shepherdcatholic.com