2 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time PRAYER MEETINGS Bible Study Wednesday, 7:30PM (Parish Center) Cenacle of The Blessed Virgin Mary Every Tuesday, 7:30 PM (Church) Divine Mercy Cenacle on the 3rd Friday at 7:30 pm (St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Room) Charismatic Prayer Group Thursday, 7:30 PM (St. Joseph Center) Legion of Mary Monday, 9:30AM & 7:15 PM (St. Vincent Rm) Portuguese Cursillo 1st & 3rd Friday, 7:00 PM (St. Joseph Center) Spanish Prayer Group (Grupo de Evangelicacion) Todo primer Viernes del mes, de 7:15pm-9:00pm 1st Friday of each month from 7:15pm-9:00pm “La Hora Santa” dentro de la Iglesia “The Holy Hour” inside the Church 2nd & 4th Viernes/Friday, 7:00PM (St. Joseph Center) Sabado/Saturday’s at 7:00PM (St. Seton’s Room) Estudios Biblicos/Bible Study DEVOTIONS Chaplet of the Divine Mercy Daily ~ 8:30AM & 6:15PM Eucharistic Adoration (Exposition Room) Mon. Tues. Thurs & Fri - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm (Adoration Chapel) Wednesday - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm(Adoration Chapel) 2:00 pm - 6:15 pm(Church) First Friday - 7:00 pm (Church) No Adoration on Saturdays, Sundays and All National Holidays The Miraculous Saturday Devotion 1st Saturday of each month devotion after the 8:00 am Mass Rosary with 15 minutes Meditation. READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Mal 3:1-4; Ps 24:7-10; Heb 2:14-18; Lk 2:22-40 [22-32] Tuesday: Heb 12:1-4; Ps 22:26b-28, 30-32; Mk 5:21-43 Wednesday: Heb 12:4-7, 11-15; Ps 103:1-2, 13,14, 17-18a; 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, 8b-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 TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — Moses spoke to all the people, saying: “A prophet like me will the LORD, your God, raise up for you” (Deuteronomy 18:15-20). Psalm — If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts (Psalm 95). Second Reading — Brothers and sisters: I should like you to be free of anxieties (1 Corinthians 7:32-35). Gospel — The people were astonished at Jesus’ teaching; he taught them as one having authority (Mark 1:21-28). SAINTS & SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Monday: Tuesday: Liturgy of the Hour Monday - Saturday 7:40AM (Church) Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Wednesdays, 8:45AM (Church) after the Divine Mercy Chaplet and also after the 6:30pm mass Thursday: Friday: Rosary Monday - Saturday, 7:15 am (Church) Saturday: Rosary for Life Every Tues after the 8am mass & Divine Mercy. TV Mass for the Homebound Sunday TV Mass 9:00 a.m. KDOC-TV, channel 56 Check listings for cable /satellite Channels February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time; Boy Scout Sunday The Presentation of the Lord; World Day for Consecrated Life; Blessing of Candles; Groundhog Day St. Blaise; St. Ansgar; Blessing of Throats; Tu B’Shvat (Jewish new year of trees) begins at sunset St. Agatha St. Paul Miki and companions; First Friday Blessed Virgin Mary; First Saturday The Following were welcomed into the Catholic Community on January 24, 2015 Abigail Amador Mikayla Jhene Cosico James Xavier Narciso Nicholas Ryan Vazquez Ruben Anthony Zaragoza Jr. February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time MASS INTENTIONS Parish Priest: Fr. RD = Fr. Raymond, Fr. JA = Fr. Joachim, Fr. JS=Fr. Joshua ) (Visiting Priest: Fr. LP = Fr. Luis Proenca, Fr. RS= Fr. Raja Selvam, Fr. Thomas=Fr. TM, Fr, AJ=Fr. Angelo Jaballa, Fr. JC=FR. John Cordero, Fr.PP = Fr. Pius Pareja ) Monday, February 02 8:00am/ Fr. RD †Jose & Maria Tristaõ 6:30pm/ Fr. JS †Ma. Teresa Valladares Tuesday, February 03 8:00am/ Fr. JS †Henrique Silva 6:30pm/ Fr. RD †Ponciano Manlapig Wednesday, February 04 8:00am/ Fr. RD †All Souls of the Tapuro Family 6:30pm/ Fr. JS †Aida Biteranta Thursday , February 05 8:00am/ Fr. RD †Crispin Quario 6:30pm / Fr. JS †Ponciano & Salud Tuaño Friday, February 06 8:00am/ Fr.JA †Manuel & Jessuina Cardoso 6:30pm/ Fr.RD Walner & Doris Mata (50th Wedding Anniversary) Saturday, February 07 8:00am/ Fr. JA The Family of Teresa Cruz ( Special Intention) 5:00pm/ Fr. JS †Luis Sarigumda 7:00pm / Fr. RD †Nicanor Zaratan Jr. Sunday, February 08 6:30am/ Fr. JC †Noemi Pierce 8:00am/ Fr. JS †Manuel & Jesuina Sousa 9:45am/ Fr. RS Holy Family Parishioners 11:30am/ Fr.RS †Jose Mendoza Jr. 1:00pm/ Fr. LP †Humberto Borges 4:00 pm/ Fr. RD †Jack & Rita Sun 5:30pm/ Fr. RD †Adolfo Flores 7:00 pm/ Fr. JS †Laura McDonald **The Priests’ Schedule Subject to Change** REST IN PEACE ~ We Pray for and remember those who have died.” Celia Afan Rosario Brebonia Reynaldo De Jesus Don McCarthney Dorothy McCarthney “Whoever believes in Me, even though that person dies, shall LIVE.” 3 WE PRAY FOR THE SICK Armando & Armanda Adonis, Chameh Agamao, Tony Agamao, Augustine Aguilo, , Debbie Allen, Olivia Aranjo, Inocencio Arriola, Jocelyn Artiaga, Benita Barrios, Carlos Barquera, Barbara Barnum, Hazel Basilio, Ray Baugh, Eva Benito, Pedro Benzon, Norma Bertrand, Frances Boudreau,Cindy Burstein, Carina Capati, Gloria Carillo, Ricardo Caunan, Maria Luisa Ceja, Noe Cevallos, Maria Chun, Joe Coelho, Ernesto Cordero, Maria Ann da Costa, Francisco Cruz, Elvis Daza, Anthony, Marcelina & Sebastian de Guzman, Agapito Diaz, Adan Delgadillo, Mayet De Joya, Yolanda Dirlam, John Doria, Isabel Doria, James Doria, Richard Doria, Marvin Dumlao, Virgilio Duria, Lourdes Espiritu, Mary Esteves, Rosa Faria, Dorothy Flores, Jhon Francisco,Nick & Flo Gandolfo, Olga Gomes, Rafael Gomez, Rocio Gomez, Portia Gray, Efma Grecia, Christopher Hinojos, ,Diana Kenna, Sean Kenna, Eun Wha Lee, Francis Lee, Josefina Limtao, Gunter Liu, Ernesto Llamas, Ira Llamas, Frank Lopez, Natalie Lopez, Mark London, Maria Lujano, Louis Martinez, Christine Martinez, Melinda Menchavez, Sem Mercado. Debbie Messer, Guadalupe Montoya, Becky Moss, Herminia Niebres, Andrew Nieto, Robert Norman, Estrella Nufable, Jenine Oropeza, Efigenia Pascua, Nina Pham, Hugo Pennock, Kyla Orr, Liberty Ortiz, Fernanda Otero, Eva & Irma Reyes, Margaret Reza, Tony Riola, Althea Robertson, Etelvina Rocha, Maria Rodriguez, Mario Rodriguez, John Rudolph, Phillip Ruiz, Garth Ruffner, Louie Salamanca, Rita Salas, Alfonso Sanchez, Elenita Santos, Rita Santos, Linda Sarno, Alexander Sasbone, Johnny Sepulveda, Lily Silveria, Damrong Sithichai, Clay Solancho, Rich Tahimic, Sergio Tamayo, Joseph & George Tharaniyil, Clara Diaz Regalado, Graciela Rios, Frank Tom, Ryon Tom, Jun Tan, Ray Tanguay, Cathrine Unanka, Reina Uyan, Francis Valera, Thea Van de Mortel, Lynn Velasco, Nanette Vergara, Frank Viramontes III, Marcus Walten, Francis Willarvalera, Leslie Wind, Josie Yu, Joe Zamora, George Zaragoza Sr. WEEKLY COLLECTIONS In order to maintain our services, meet our expenses, and restore savings, the parish needs an average of $22,000.00 in its weekly collection. January 24th & 25th, 2015 $24,227 ~Thank you for sharing what God has given you with our Parish. ~ This bulletin is printed free of charge thanks to advertising revenues which go entirely to our publisher. Ads placed in our parish bulletin are 100% tax deductable. THANK YOU, ADVERTISERS! If interested in placing an ad in our bulletin please contact: Bernie Mendoza - (562) 631-1111 The bulletin editor and coordinator is Abigail de Jesus. 4 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 1, 2015 Virgilio T.J. Suerte Felipe The Eucharistic Prayer Preface Dialogue Being the “holy of holies”, the Eucharistic Prayer is introduced by the Preface Dialogue with heightened formality and solemnity. As we approach the most important part of the entire celebration of the Holy Mass, the threefold introductory dialogue focuses our attention to the Lord, exhorts us to lift up our hearts to him, and invites us in the act of giving thanks. By keeping this introductory dialogue and literally translating the Latin text into English, the new Roman Missal has faithfully kept “a most ancient Christian tradition” (Jungmann, The Mass of the Roman Rite: Its Origins and Development, 1986, II:110). The Preface Dialogue is already evident in the Apostolic Tradition (c. 215 A.D.) which is attributed to Saint Hippolytus. “And with your spirit.” The central part of the entire celebration begins with the greeting “The Lord be with you” to which we reply “And with your spirit.” This is the third time we give this response during the Holy Mass. But this time, it acquires its most profound meaning. By our reply, we are recognizing the Priest as truly acting in the person of Christ the Head (in persona Christi Capitis) whose body and blood will be made present and offered to the Father by the power of the Holy Spirit and in the process transforming us into his Body, the Church. In 2013, Pope Francis declared that a Year of Consecrated Life (YCL) be celebrated throughout the world. YCL will begin on the First Sunday of Advent, November 30, 2014. It will close on the World Day of Consecrated Life, February 2, 2016- Please keep those who have dedicated their lives to Christ in your prayers Prayer for the Year of Consecrated Life O God, throughout the ages you have called women and men to pursue lives of perfect charity through the evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity, and obedience. During this Year of Consecrated Life, we give you thanks for these courageous witnesses of Faith and models of inspiration. Their pursuit of holy lives teaches us to make a more perfect offering of ourselves to you. Continue to enrich your Church by calling forth sons and daughters who, having found the pearl of great price, treasure the Kingdom of Heaven above all things. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Secretariat of Clergy, Consecrated Life And Vocations www.usccb.org/cclv • www.usccb.org © 2014, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Logo courtesy of National Religious Vocation Conference. Used with permission. TOGETHER IN MISSION 2014 – FINAL REPORT Goal: $107,534.00 Pledged: $135,536.00 Paid: $127,141.00 Families: 935 (Based on Archdiocesan figures as of January 20, 2015) Congratulations! Again this year, we managed to exceed the Together in Mission goal for pledged and paid amounts set for us for 2014 by the Archdiocese! Your generous response has enabled our poorest parishes and schools to continue to provide needed services for their parishioners and students. May God bless you. February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time 5 6 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE It’s Your Turn!!! If there is a star next to your name you are the Lead Altar Server for that Mass. Please be sure to call a substitute if you are not able to serve. We thank all of you for the continued commitment to your ministry. God bless! Saturday, February 7 5:00pm R Villegas*, R Villegas, E Crisologo, M Salud 7:00pm D Bornilla*, K & J Bornilla Sunday, February 8 6:30am 8:00am I Reyes*, M A Reyes 9:45am J Vicotria*, D,S & M Victoria 11:30am C Caballes*, A,A & C Caballes 1:00pm R Martins, A Costa 4:00pm J Closa*, N & J D’Alwis 5:30pm G Urrea*, K Luza 7:00pm S Tulud*, J & J Ebalo AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER Saturday, 5pm Mass every weekend. Pews will be reserved in the front of the Altar. Coro de la misa de las 8am… El coro español de las 8am necesitan voces de hombres, también se necesita alguien que toca el Bajo, y otros instrumentos . Por favor, consulte Irma Ríos después de la Misa , si usted está interesado . Los ensayos del coro son los lunes de 7-9pm. Don’t forget to promptly notify the Rectory of any changes in your registration information. Such changes could include changes in names, address, phone number, e-mail address, marital status, etc., or, if you no longer attend Holy Family Church. Please also let us know if you do not want to use envelopes. If you want to have a record of your contributions, however, it is important that you either use envelopes or write your family ID number on your checks. Your continued cooperation is greatly appreciated so that we can ensure the accuracy of our records. February 1, 2015 CONVALIDATION Are you married, but not in the Catholic Church? Is it your desire to be married in the Catholic Church? Holy Family Parish is offering you the opportunity to make your wish come true on June 13, 2015. If you would like more information please call the Liturgy Office at 562 924 8024 and leave your name and someone will contact you. All information is kept confidential. ESTA CASADO, PERO NO EN LA IGLESA CATOLICA? DESEA USTED SER CASADO EN LA IGLESIA CATOLICA? La Iglesia de La Sagrada Familia está ofreciendo la oportunidad de llenar este deseo el 27 de junio 2015. El equipo de “Convalidation” de esta parroquia espera su llamada. Para más información, por favor llame al (562924-8024), deje su nombre y su número de teléfono. Toda información personal es completamente privada. MATRIMONIO EN LA IGLESIA CATOLICA Nos ha llamado la atención que muchas parejas de habla hispana tienen el concepto equivocado que para casarse en la Iglesia Católica es necesario estar casado civilmente primero. Esto no es un requisito para casarse en la Iglesia. Nosotros sabemos que en la mayoría de los países Latino Americanos estar casados civil es requerido. Con esta información, esperamos que mas parejas vendrán a recibir el Sacramento del Matrimonio. Si todavía tienen confusión o preguntas, por favor llamen a la Rectoría y hagan una cita para hablar con un sacerdote. Para esas parejas casadas civilmente y quienes desean casarse en la Iglesia Católica, el Grupo de Convalidación planeara otra Ceremonia de Convalidación Comunal para el próximo Junio. Nosotros queremos animar a que estas parejas no esperen, que hagan una cita para ser casados tan pronto como sea posible. Por favor de llamar a la Oficina de Liturgia para mas información (562) 924-8024. February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time Collection of Palm Branches Palm branches that were received last year on Palm Sunday are being collected. Last year’s palms will be burned at a ceremony on Tuesday, February 17, following the 8:00am Mass. The ashes from these burned palms will be blessed and used for our services on Ash Wednesday. Labeled boxes have been placed in the Vestibule and side doors of the Church. Please put the palm branches in these boxes. Palm Burning Ceremony All are welcome to the ceremony for the burning of palm branches that will be held Tuesday, February 17, 2015Following the 8:00am Mass All parishioners are invited to attend this ceremony. The ashes from these burned palms will be blessed and used for our services on Ash Wednesday, February 18, 2015 MARK YOUR CALENDARS Ash Wednesday, February 18 Mass Schedule 8am, 10am, 12:15pm, 5pm, 6:30pm 7pm (Spanish) Parish Hall CONFESSIONS Wednesdays of Lent-except (Feb 25) 7:30-8:30pm 7 Feast of St. Blasé bishop, martyr Tuesday, February 3 Many Catholics might remember Saint Blaise's feast day because of the Blessing of the Throats. Two candles are blessed, held slightly open, and pressed against the throat as the blessing is said. Saint Blaise's protection of those with throat troubles apparently comes from a legend that a boy was brought to him who had a fishbone stuck in his throat. The boy was about to die when Saint Blaise healed him. Very few facts are known about Saint Blaise. We believe he was a bishop of Sebastea in Armenia who was martyred under the reign of Licinius in the early fourth century. The legend of his life that sprang up in the eighth century tell us that he was born in to a rich and noble family who raised him as a Christian. After becoming a bishop, a new persecution of Christians began. He received a message from God to go into the hills to escape persecution. Men hunting in the mountains discovered a cave surrounded by wild animals who were sick. Among them Blaise walked unafraid, curing them of their illnesses. Recognizing Blaise as a bishop, they captured him to take him back for trial. On the way back, he talked a wolf into releasing a pig that belonged to a poor woman. When Blaise was sentenced to be starved to death, the woman, in gratitude, sneaked into the prison with food and candles. Finally Blaise was killed by the governor. Blaise is the patron saint of wild animals because of his care for them and of those with throat maladies. STATIONS OF THE CROSS Monday through Saturday after the 8am Mass Fridays @ 5:30pm- English & 7:15pm Portuguese/Spanish Parish Mission, February 23,24,25-7pm Noche de Reflexión -Español-marzo 6-7pm Reflexão Quaresmal-Portuguese – março 148am - 6pm Parish Penance Service-February 26 -7pm Today - **February 01, 2015** Bundle Sunday Society of St. Paul The St. Vincent de Paul Bundle Sunday truck is here today, in the parish parking lot from 8:00 a.m.to 1:30 p.m. We need your support! Remember to bring useable items that will help needy. For large items including furniture, appliances, and vehicles, please phone (323)224-6280 or (800) 974-3571 for a special free pick up at your home. 8 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 1, 2015 Religious Ed Faith Formation Program For Parents/Guardians (year 2-First Communion and Confirmation Students) PRESCHOOL thru JUNIOR HIGH CLASSES For Parents/Guardians (year 2-First Communion and Confirmation Students) Speaker: Fr. Raymond Decipeda Monday, February 2 - Hall – 7:00pm FIRST COMMUNION INFORMATION Sacrament Preparation Parent Meeting - Eucharist Parents of students in Grades 2-6 who are preparing for First Communion this year are to attend a Meeting on Wednesday, February 4 at 7:15pm in the St. Joseph Center. Reunion de Padres - Eucarista Habra una reunion Obligatoria para los padres de familia de niños de grados 2-6 que se preparan para la primera comunión este año. La fecha es: Dia: Sabado, 7 de Febrero Hora: 11:30am Lugar: Salon San Jose Monday Classes – No Class Day There will be NO CLASSES on February 9 & 16 in observance of Lincoln and Washington’s Birthdays. Monday classes resume on February 23. CONFIRMATION 2 STUDENTS Confirmation 2 Classes meet February 3 & 5. Topic:Moral Life Mass at 6:30pm and class from 7:00-9:00pm ----CONFIRMATION 1 STUDENTS Confirmation 1 Classes meet February 10/12 Mass at 6:30pm and class from 7:00-9:00pm SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN DID YOU KNOW? PROTEGIENDO A LOS NIÑOS ~ ¿SABÍA USTED? Instagram: Photo and Video Posting Dangers for Young People Instagram: peligros para jóvenes al colocar fotos y videos en internet Teens and tweens frequently post photos online using their cell phones. One of the most popular mobile applications (apps) for photo sharing is called Instagram…Instagram allows members to digitally edit, upload and share photos and short videos with other members through the Instagram website, email, and other social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumbler, and Flickr—all with a single click. The biggest danger for young people is that the photos and videos that they are posting on Instagram are accessible to countless unintended viewers…which means the images can be viewed by anyone in the world. For complete VIRTUS® Article with helpful tips email: [email protected] Los adolescentes y preadolescentes publican a menudo fotografías en línea empleando sus teléfonos celulares. Una de las aplicaciones más populares para compartir fotografías en los dispositivos móviles se llama Instagram. Instagram permite que los miembros editen, descarguen y compartan digitalmente fotografías y videos cortos con otros miembros por medio del sitio web de Instagram, correo electrónico y otros sitios de los medios sociales como Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumbler y Flickr, todo con un solo clic. El mayor peligro para los jóvenes es que a las fotografías y los videos que publican otros jóvenes en Instagram puede tener acceso un sinnúmero de espectadores a los cuales no se destinan…lo que significa que cualquier persona del mundo puede ver las imágenes. Para el artículo completo de VIRTUS® con consejos para los padres y adultos que cuidan, manden correo electrónico a: [email protected] February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time 9 10 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 1, 2015 Marched at Archbishop Jose Gomez of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles spearheaded the first Southern California largescale pro-life event, OneLife LA, last January 17, 2015. This was a walk for life. It was not just to remember the legalization of abortion with the U.S. Supreme Court decision on January 22, 1973 in Roe v. Wade which has killed over 60 million of babies but to convey, as well, that all forms of life are blessed and given by God to be cared for up to the moment of death, thereby reminding everyone not to fall into the prey of legalizing Euthanasia marketed falsely as an act of love to spare the pain of those that are suffering due to a terminal illness. Approximately 15,000 people marched and came from all over Southern California, joined by church’s leaders here in Los Angeles and from our neighboring dioceses of Fresno, San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego and Orange. The day began with a prayer and welcome from Archbishop Gomez followed by a short procession from La Placita on Olvera Street to Grand Park. Community advocates, religious leaders, celebrities, athletes and entertainers joined the event. Speakers included a mother who chose life over abortion, a victim of human trafficking, a young girl facing terminal illness, and a former foster child. All gathered to celebrate the God-given truth that every life matters and every life is beautiful. Participants were encouraged to "Be Somebody to Somebody" in their own community, championing the protection of life at the moment of conception, and getting involved with good works through organizations like those that feed the homeless, find homes for abandoned and abused kids, provide shelters and/or means of living to those who chose life, free victims of human trafficking, and walk with those facing the end of life. We invite you to join us, fellow Catholics and Christians, and all people of goodwill to continue to stand up for the value of all human life. We are all called to bear witness to the truth that “Every Life is a Gift” in our daily lives. Let us work together to bring back the culture of life, from conception to natural death, that our forefathers have fought for this nation. -Vdd Approximately 15,000 people marched at OneLife LA Holy Family Church representatives, marched and took part at the historic and first ever Onelife LA. We are so proud of our Holy Family Youth Ministry -Unity Through Christ, for joining OneLife LA. This generation will end abortion. Holy Family Prolife Ministry with the True Prolife Family Medical Doctor, Dr Elsa Garcia. Representatives from different ministries of Holy Family Church filled the bus going to OneLifeLA – Representatives from the Prolife Ministry, Unity Through Christ, Couples for Christ, Singles for Christ, Filipino Cursillo in Christianity and Legion of Mary. February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time 11 An Invitation! SPIRITUAL ADOPTION Spiritual Adoption is a program where an individual adopts an unborn unknown child so that he or she will be spared from abortion and be allowed to live the precious life given to him by God. Please spiritually adopt an unborn baby. Pick up one prayer card, located at the Blessed Mother Teresa Shrine at the church’s vestibule and faithfully pray the prayer below for nine months to help save the unborn babies from abortion. Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you very much. I beg you to spare the life of the unborn baby that I have spiritually adopted who is in danger of abortion. The unborn babies are counting on you!!! For more information please contact The Prolife Ministry at 562-412-0405 or [email protected] Holy Family Prolife Ministry Meets every 2nd Tuesday of the Month Please join us in our next meeting on February 10, 2015 at 7:15 pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Room WE WELCOME NEW AND ACTIVE MEMBERS! Be the voice and protector of the unborn! Let’s stand up for life from conception to natural death! For details please contact us at: 562-412-0405 or [email protected] Please join Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women as we pray for the priests of LA Archdiocese Sunday 2 Monday 3 Most Rev. Most Rev. Gerald Alexander Wilkerson Salazar Auxiliary Bishop Auxiliary San Fernando Bishop Pastoral Region Vicar for Office of Ethnic Ministry Tuesday 4 Wednesday Thursday 5 6 Most Rev. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Sartoris James Loughnane Auxiliary Bishop Episcopal Vicar Retired San Gabriel Pastoral Region Rev. Msgr. Michael Jennet Friday 7 Saturday 8 Cardinal Rev. Msgr. Roger M Mahony James Gehl Episcopal Vicar Retired Santa Barbara Pastoral Region ACCW Spiritual Advisor 12 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 1, 2015 When: Sunday, February 15, 2015 Where: Holy Family Parish Hall - (Doors Open at 1:30pm Adult: $17 - Child 12 and Under: $8.50 (A special prize awaits the lady with the best decorated hat!) Tickets will be sold at tables outside the Church on: Saturdays: January 31 and February 6, 2015 after the 5:00 p.m. Mass until 6:30 p.m. Sundays: February 1 and 8, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. except during Masses NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER FEBRUARY 11TH! For further information regarding tickets, please contact Jay Oliver at (562) 858-5726 February 1, 2015 Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time 13 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday February 1 February 2 February 3 February 4 February 5 February 6 February 7 9am – 11am Knitting Group ST. VINCENT RM. 2pm – 6pm Adoration CHURCH 6:30pm Mass Conf. 2 CHURCH 7pm – 9pm Class – Moral Life 7pm - 9pm RCIA - Chinese GOOD SHEPHERD RM. (PATIO RM.) 8am-3pm Beatitudes Lay Carmelite Community ST. SETON RM. 5:30am – 6:30am De Colores Choir CHOIR ROOM 9:45am PS Class REL. ED. 2:30pm Chinese Mass CHURCH 3:30pm – 4:30pm Cerritos Chinese Catholic Association Fellowship ST. JOSEPH CTR. 7pm- 9pm UTC General Mtg. JOHN PAUL II CONF. RM 9:30am – 10:30am Legion of Mary Praesidium ST. VINCENT RM. 7pm – 8pm Sac. Prep Class REL. ED. 7:15pm-8pm Confessional Tour CHURCH 7pm Parent Faith Formation Yr. 2 #4 PARISH HALL 7pm – 8pm Legion of Mary Praesidium ST. VINCENT RM. 7pm- 9pm UTC College Ministry. JOHN PAUL II CONF. RM 7pm – 9pm De Colores Choir CHOIR RM 7pm 9pm RCIA Catechism Classes ST. JOSEPH CTR 10am – 12pm Spanish Intercessory Group ST. SETON RM. 6:30pm Mass Conf. 2 CHURCH 7pm – 9pm Class – Moral Life 6:30pm JH Mass 7pm - 9pm CHURCH 7pm - 9pm 7pm -8pm Portuguese Cursillo Chinese GroupBible Study JH Class ST. SETON RM. ST. FRANCIS 7:15PM RM. Sac. Prep. Eucharist 7pm - 10pm Parent Mtg. Charismatic 7pm - 9pm ST. JOSEPH CTR. Prayer Group Grupo de ST. JOSEPH CTR. Evangelización 7:15pm – 8pm ST. JOSEPH MOPH-Novena CTR CHURCH . 7:30pm-9 pm Youth Choir ST. ANTHONY DE PADUA 8:30am/ 10am/ 11:30am Sat. Class REL. ED. 8:30am – 12:30pm Confessional Tours CHURCH 11:30pm Span. Eucharist Paretn Mtg. ST. JOSEPH CTR. 7pm - 9pm Estudios Biblicos para el Grupo de Evangelización ST. SETON RM. 7pm- 9pm CCW Mtg. GOOD SHEPHERD M.) Parish Priests - To contact them thru e-mail: Rev. Raymond Decipeda, MMHC - [email protected] Rev. Joachim Ablanida, MMHC – [email protected] Rev. Joshua Santos, MMHC – [email protected] Parish Finance Council Members: Angela Amenero, Maria Ayerdis, Remy Dulguime, Danio Fajardo, Karen Hillman, Lizzie Juan, Jason Machado, Raymond Mangahas, Frank Martins, Nicole Virtucio-Moya, Roger Pavon, Jeanelle Padre-Tom, Hugo Vega. Parish Pastoral Council Members: Maria Ayerdis, Paul Barcelos, Frank Cardiel, Diosdado de Leon, Vina Dungo, -Ronnie Espinosa, Josie Flores, Ed Lazzari, Maria Luisa Lapidario, Betty Lou Ormonde, Linda Sarno, Nenita Solancho, Skip Vega, Joe Vicente. To contact any of the members, e-mail them thru: [email protected] Parish Ministry: Adoration Chapel – Mafalda Canlas (562) 865-2185 ext. 405 Bereavement – Hector Gomez (562) 865-2185 Business Manager – Karen Hillman (562) 865-2185 Confirmation – George Zaragoza (562) 860-5973 Finance Council – Roger Pavon (562) 865-2185 Liturgy Coordinator – Maggie Gudino (562) 924-8024 Office Manager – Sofia Luna (562) 865-2185 ext. 223 Pastoral Council – Joe Vicente (562) 402-4496 Plant & Property Manager – Hope Vega (562) 865-2185 Publication Team – Abigail de Jesus (562) 726-2735 RCIA – Rudy & Mila Perpinan (562) 924-5075 Religious Education – Teresa Paulino (562) 860-5973 Safeguard the Children – Ulises Perez-Flores (562) 865-2185 School Principal – Juan Nagore (562) 865-1621 School Secretary – Jessica Perez (562) 865-1621 Web Master – Bobby Canseco (562) 607-8839 Young Adult Ministry – Michael Maglonso (562) 865-2185 Youth Ministry – Gerardo Butalid (562) 292-6938 TOGETHER IN MISSION – 2015 Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, has enlivened the Church to renew our spirit of evangelization. Through their ministries and education supported by funds provided by Together in Mission, recipient parishes and schools are doing just that, reaching out to their communities and making the message of God’s love known to those around them. If you have participated in the Together in Mission appeal in the past, you may have already received a letter from Archbishop Gomez. If you receive this letter, we ask that you renew your support again this year. We will also be conducting the in-pew process next weekend at all Masses for the collection of gifts and pledges for this year’s appeal, Our goal for this year is $95,200.00. The funds we will collect will directly benefit more than 250,000 of our Catholic brethren, and ensure our parishes and schools remain centers of faith and hope for their surrounding communities. May God bless you for your generous support of this year’s appeal..
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