February 15, 2015 - St. Joseph Parish

February 15, 2015
Sixth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekdays
7:05 a.m. and 12:05 p.m.
Saturday 7:05 a.m.
Saturday Vigil
English—4:30 p.m.
Spanish—7:00 p.m.
Sunday
Jesus Cleansing a Leper - 1864
Jean-Marie Melchior Doze 1827-1913
Musee des Beaux-Arts
Nimes, France
721 CHEMEKETA STREET N.E.
SALEM, OREGON 97301
www.stjosephchurch.com
- English 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
- Spanish 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
9:30 a.m. at Blanchet School
- Vietnamese 3:45 p.m.
Latin Mass is the 1st Sunday of
every month at 6:45 a.m.
CONFESSIONS
Rectory:
503-581-1623
Religious Education:
503-585-5095
School:
503-581-2147
The rectory business office is located directly behind the Church on the
corner of Chemeketa and Cottage Streets.
We are open:
MONDAY - FRIDAY
8:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Mon.-Fri.
30 minutes before the 12:05 p.m.
Mass
Saturday
- English 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Spanish 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday
Our mission, in service of Jesus and the universal church,
is to make our parish
‘A Center of Catholic Life in the Valley’
thus bringing forth God’s Love, Light, and Life in order that
all might be invited to know and be known by Him.
- English 8 a.m. to 8:20 a.m.
9:30 a.m. to 9:50 a.m.
7 p.m. to 7:20 p.m.
-Vietnamese 3:15 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.
St. Joseph Catholic Parish
Parish Staff
Pastor: Rev. Msgr.
Richard Huneger
Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Julio Torres
Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Nazario Atukunda
Deacon(s):
Rev. Mr. Allen
Vandecoevering
Rev. Mr. Leo Rasca
Director of Religious
Education:
Peggy Platt
Youth & Young Adult
Ministries:
Sarah Kresse
Adult Faith Formation
Coordinator:
James Thurman
Pastoral Associate for
Hispanic Ministry:
Maria Elena Ruiz
Sacristan/Liturgy
Coordinator:
Jason Markowski
Music Director:
Doug Schneider
Office Staff:
Carolyn Burlison
Jennifer McMillen
Isabel Rico
Maintenance:
Rob Green
Kyle Sindlinger
Purchaser/Reception
Cordinator:
Deanna Lebaron
Principal,
St. Joseph School:
Mrs. Melissa Doxtator
In Our Parish
Please continue praying for our men
and women serving in the military:
Funeral—Rite of Christian Burial
Margarita Garibay Gil
Sunday
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
February 15, 2015
7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m.SP
5:30 p.m.SP
7:30 p.m.
Bob Ditter†
Bill Swigart†
St. Joseph Parish
Intentions of Richard, Josephine & Kristin Hauge
Javier Jacome†
Animas del Purgatorio
Grandfather Garracino†
Monday
February 16, 2015
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
John McDermaid†
Poor Souls in Purgatory
Tuesday
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Wednesday
7:05 a.m
8:30 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
February 17, 2015
Virginia Grondin†
Nancy Mather†
February 18, 2015
Intentions of Landin Knoesel
Intentions of Kevin Brophy
Guadalupe & Cathy Diaz†
Intentions of Therese Lai Moise
St. Joseph Parish
St. Joseph Parish
Thursday
February 19, 2015
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Cyril O’Brien†
Poor Souls in Purgatory
Friday
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Saturday
7:05 a.m.
4:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.SP
February 20, 2015
Robert E. Briggs, Jr.†
Anacleto & Arcenia Villarreal†
February 21, 2015
Intentions of Raine Strawn
Bunny Schleier†
Luis Angel Ramos†
Contributions:
Regular
February 1, 2015
$
20,660.19
Michael E. Nielsen
Capt. Patrick Grainey
Capt. Paul Lushenko
Jon Lushenko
Capt. Kenneth Strawn
Jaime D. Ramirez Joseph Fuller
Lt. Jg. Taylor McCammon
Tom McGovern Kevin Halfman
Shawn Stanford Joshua Threlkel
Frank (Hank) Wasson III
Michael Cooper Sgt. Kevin Blair
Capt. Andrew Buchele
David Gonzalez Mark Ramirez
Gary Nash Travis Brossard
Capt. Jacob Howard
Daniel Sheffield
Gabriel Marrel Philip Candello
Michael Candello Jason Adams
Michael Odgers
Sgt. Luis E. Granizo
CW4 Erik Anderson
Paul Teters Chris Teters
Brian P. Baranek
Ron B. Atalig
S.F.C. Christopher Thorne
Lawrence Concepcion
David Martinmaas
Capt. Carlos Ortiz
Sgt. Lisa Marie Nunez
Lt. Col. Peter Derouin
Johnny Lugo Billy Cooper
Kris Kochen PFC. Brooke Rader
Lt. Col. Gilbert Shaw
E4 Jacob Cravinho
Capt. Luke Jaeger
Michael Buckley
Edward C. Barcenas
Capt. John Tuttle
Gabriel A. Estes, USAF
Sgt. Zachary Millsap
PFC Nathan Millsap
Major David Wendell
Capt. Carlos Ortiz
1st Lt. Ashley Messoline
Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Messoline
Sgt. Patrick Deleonguerreo
Spec 4, Brian Vergith
Registration Form/ADDRESS & PHONE UPDATE
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drop in the collection basket. If you are currently a parishioner and have an address or phone change please fill out and drop in
the collection.
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Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time
First Reading:
Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46
Responsorial:
Psalm 32:1-2, 5, 7, 11
Second Reading:
1 Corinthians 10:31—11:1
Gospel:
Mark 1:40-45
“A great prophet has arisen in
our midst, God has visited his
people.”
February 15, 2015
The Pastor’s Keyboard by Msgr. Richard Huneger
We continue our meditation on the meaning of the cross, in artistic cross
forms, following up last week's Circle Cross article with one on the "Tau
Cross" (also called the "crux commissa") which looks not like a lowercase "t"
but like an uppercase "T" . As a matter of fact, in the Roman Empire, for hundreds of years crucifixions were a grisly, and in larger cities, even daily, occurrence -- a terrifying sight, something you might come upon when turning the
corner into a town square. That was as it was meant to be: a very public sign,
communicating a very clear message to any would-be trouble-maker.
So as a time-saving measure, the upright post was typically left in place, with
a tongue-and-groove notch in the top into which the horizontal piece could be
set (the result, a "T" cross). The person to be crucified had the horizontal
ASH WEDNESDAY
beam strapped to his outstretched arms to bear it on his shoulders to the
FEBRUARY 18, 2015
MASS SCHEDULE:
place of crucifixion. Once there he would be hoisted up and he and the hori7:05 a.m.—English Mass
zontal beam dropped into place (ouch). Then his feet would be fastened to the
8:30 a.m.—English School Mass tilted "subpedaneum" (footrest), perhaps nailed. In any case he would usually
12:05 p.m.—English Mass
eventually die of asphyxiation, getting weaker and weaker, unable to push
4:00 p.m.—English Mass
himself up to get air (try it: you cut off your air supply when you sag, with your
6:00 p.m.—Bilingual Mass
arms pulling upward and backward). Hallucinatory out8:00 p.m.—Spanish Mass
bursts accompanied this slow death. Birds of prey and insects swarming to a dying helpless body didn't bring any
FRIDAYS OF LENT:
comfort either. Finally, their shift over, the soldiers broke
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
the crucified person's legs (that would guarantee death by
8:30 a.m.—School Children
11:30 a.m.—English Stations
asphyxiation sooner if not later).
6 p.m.—English Stations
Ancient pagans saw in the Tau Cross a symbol of the
followed by Soup Supper in political "center of the world" (the sun's omnipotence, its
the Parish Cafeteria
light spreading out and "ruling" by "touching" all things).
7 p.m.—Spanish Stations
Thus the Assyrians used it as a symbol for IMPERIAL rule (total power over all
one's subjects). Apart from this political symbolism, the Romans added a miliFOR YOUR INFORMATON ON
tary, using the Greek letter τ ("Tau") to designate "SURVIVOR" on casualty
FASTING AND ABSTINENCE:
All Catholics 14 years and older must
lists, but they used the Greek letter θ ("Theta"), the first letter in the Greek
abstain from meat on the Fridays of
word for "death" ("thanatos"), to designate "fatally wounded."
Lent, Ash Wednesday and Good FriChristians transferred the imagery: the all-radiant "sun" of the Tau Cross was
day. All Catholics ages from 18th
seen to be a symbol of Christ, the Light of the World, the Sun of Justice; the
birthday through 60th birthday are required to fast on Ash Wednesday and
"Tau" form was seen as symbolic of his resurrection (his survivorship over sufGood Friday. To fast means to eat one fering and death). Thus the Tau Cross stands for the Risen Christ considered
full meal: the other two meals that day
as "Imperator" (emperor), as Supreme Commander, with his twofold comshould be less than normal amount
mandment of love: for God, for neighbor ("as I have loved you"). At the
unless they are already at a minimum
for good health. Eating between meals "center" of our "world," where "world" means (i) our life, (ii) our planet's history,
is not permitted; however, liquids in(iii) the universe's history, he is the Lord of History. If he is thus our "Lord" (the
cluding coffee, milk and fruit juices are
dominant influential force in our whole life) it is because we have surrendered
allowed.
ourselves to him as " our "commander in chief," swearing to obey the "new
commandment" by which we live as members of the "militia Christi" (the militia
The Rectory Business Office of Christ), in the spiritual warfare of life. Entrance to this "imperial army" occurs
and School will be closed on by swearing a "sacred oath" ("sacramentum" -- source of our word
Monday, February 16th in
"sacrament") to the Emperor to fight unto death. Tertullian (3rd century) dehonor of President’s Day.
scribed baptism as the Christian's "sacramentum." It involves a very, very seriPlease have a safe holiday!
ous commitment!
Parish Calendar
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PC-Parish Center RMR-Rectory Meeting Room SJS– St. Joseph School CH-Church
ERoom—Rectory East Room Gym Classrooms—upstairs in the Gymnasium
February
Sunday
Regular Mass Schedule: 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m.,12 noon,
7:30 p.m.– English
1:30 p.m. & 5:30 p.m.–Spanish
9:30 a.m.—Spanish Mass at Blanchet School
3:45 p.m.—Vietnamese
Monday
10:30 a.m. PC1-2—Bible Study
5:00 p.m. PCafe—Prison Ministry
5:15 p.m. CH—Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC1—YLI
6:00 p.m. PC-3—Spanish Classes
6:30 p.m. PC-2—Bible Study
7:00 p.m. CH– Spanish Divine Mercy
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February
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
Tuesday
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February Ash Wednesday
Wednesday
Masses: English—7:05 a.m., 8:30 a.m. 12:05 p.m., & 4 p.m., Bilingual—6 p.m.
Spanish—8 p.m.
1:00 p.m. PC1-Salem Catholic Schools Meeting
6:30 p.m. PC-3—Adult Faith Formation
6:45 p.m. All Facility—Religious Ed
February
Thursday
7:05 a.m.& 12:05 a.m. Daily Mass
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Women’s Bible Study
11:00 a.m. Adoration Chapel—Pray for Our Priests
6:00 p.m. PCafe—SJS Parents Club
6:30 p.m. PC 1-2-3—RCIA
6:45 p.m. RMR—Youth
7:00 p.m. Gym Classrooms—Spanish Prayer Group
7:00 p.m. ERoom—Spanish Prayer Group
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February
Friday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
Stations of the Cross: English 8:30 a.m.,11:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Spanish Stations of the Cross—7 p.m.
10:00 a.m. PC-1—Prayer Shawl Ministry
6:00 p.m. PCafeteria—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 pm. CH—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Baptismal Prep Class
6:45 p.m. ERoom—Communion & Liberation
7:00 p.m. GYM—Spanish Charismatic Prayer Group
7:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Marriage Encounter
RMR & GYM—All Day—Youth
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7:05 a.m. Daily Mass
February
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February
Monday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Prison Ministry Committee Correspondence Team
10:30 a.m. PC1-2—Bible Study
5:00 p.m. PC-3—St. Vincent de Paul Society
5:15 p.m. CH—Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC-3—Spanish Classes
6:30 p.m. PC-2—Bible Study
7:00 p.m. CH– Spanish Divine Mercy
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February
Tuesday
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February
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
Wednesday
12:45 p.m. PC1-2-3—Senior Luncheon
6:30 p.m. PC-3—Adult Faith Formation
6:45 p.m. All Facility—Religious Ed
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February
Thursday
7:05 a.m.& 12:05 a.m. Daily Mass
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Women’s Bible Study
11:00 a.m. Adoration Chapel—Pray for Our Priests
6:30 p.m. PC 1-2-3—RCIA
6:45 p.m. RMR—Youth
7:00 p.m. Gym Classrooms—Spanish Prayer Group
7:00 p.m. ERoom—Spanish Prayer Group
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February
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
Stations of the Cross: English 8:30 a.m.,11:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Spanish Stations of the Cross—7 p.m.
Friday
6:00 p.m. PCafeteria—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 pm. CH—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Baptismal Prep Class
6:30 p.m. PCafe—Ira A Aprendar
6:45 p.m. ERoom—Communion & Liberation
7:00 p.m. GYM—Spanish Charismatic Prayer Group
Saturday
Vigil Masses: 4:30—English 7:00 p.m.—Spanish
8:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Prayer Group
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Schoenstatt
12 Noon CH—Spanish Baptisms
2:00 p.m. CH—50th Wedding Anniversary Mass
4:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Quinceanera Preparation Classes
5:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Marriage Preparation
5:00 p.m. SJS014—Vietnamese Youth Choir
5:00 p.m. RMR—Youth
7:00 p.m. RMR—Atrevidos
RMR—All Day—Youth
Sunday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—SJS
6:00 p.m. CH—Medjugorje Prayer Group
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Grief Share
6:30 p.m. PC 2-3—Spanish RCIA
6:30 p.m. PC1—English Marriage Preparation
6:30 p.m. RMR—Adult Confirmation
7:00 p.m. SJS104—SP Choir
7:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Confessions
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—SJS
6:00 p.m. CH—Medjugorje Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. CH—Cleaning
6:00 p.m. PCafe—Parish Council
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Grief Share
6:30 p.m. PC 2-3—Spanish RCIA
6:30 p.m. PC1—English Marriage Preparation
6:30 p.m. RMR—Adult Confirmation
6:30 p.m. PC-3—Knights of Columbus
7:00 p.m. SJS104—SP Choir
7:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Confessions
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February
Regular Mass Schedule: 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m.,12 noon,
7:30 p.m.– English
1:30 p.m. & 5:30 p.m.–Spanish
9:30 a.m.—Spanish Mass at Blanchet School
3:45 p.m.—Vietnamese
11:00 a.m. PC1-2-3 & GYM—Spanish Religious Education
11:00 a.m. ERoom—Youth
3:00 p.m. SJS104—Vietnamese Choir
5:30 p.m. RMR—Youth
All Day—PC1-2-3 & Kitchen—Spanish Prayer Group
11:00 a.m. PC1-2-3 & GYM—Spanish Religious Education
11:00 a.m. ERoom—Youth
3:00 p.m. SJS104—Vietnamese Choir
5:30 p.m. RMR—Youth
7:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—SP Marriage Encounter
8 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. GYM—Vietnamese Community
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February
President’s Day
Rectory & School Closed 7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
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February
Saturday
7:05 a.m. Daily Mass Vigil Masses: 4:30—English 7:00 p.m.—Spanish
8:00 a.m. RMR—Pascua Planning Meeting
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Schoenstatt
12 Noon CH—Spanish Baptisms
1:30 p.m. CH—Altar Server Training
4:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Quinceanera Preparation Classes
5:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Marriage Preparation
5:00 p.m. SJS014—Vietnamese Youth Choir
5:00 p.m. RMR—Youth
5:00 p.m. GYM/PC—Family Enrichment Night
7:00 p.m. RMR—Atrevidos
St. Joseph Parish Religious Education
Week of Feb 15
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Scripture: 1 Cor 10:31 - So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do
“Salem-Keizer
Young Adults”
everything for the glory of God.
The place to find information on allYouCat: Question 186 – What is the liturgical year (the Church year)?
Salem-Keizer Young Adult events:
Question: As we begin our Lenten journey, what are the 3 pillars of Lent?
Social Events, Service Opportunities,
Virtue: Honor
First Thursdays, Bible Study,
Movie Nights, and more!
Saint: Peter Damian
Announcements: High School Service Night – Thursday February 19th
Theology of the Body – Strength and Beauty Retreat – February 20th and 21st
Summer Events – Steubenville NW, Higher Calling, and Nun Run – talk to Sarah for details
Have you thought about serving on our youth leadership team? – talk to Sarah if you are interested!!
Faith Tid-Bit: Our Lenten journey begins this week. Lent offers us all a very special opportunity to grow in our relationship with God and to deepen our commitment to a way of life, rooted in our baptism.
*Young Adult Bible Study*
Perfect for the busy young adult.
Dive into the Word of God with other young adults and
discover our God of Love in a deeper way. Every Tuesday
at 7:30pm. at Broadway Commons Coffeehouse 1300
Broadway St. NE, Suite 100
Catholic Newman Club @
Willamette University
If interested contact: Sarah Kresse
[email protected]
Safe Families for Children will be in the Parish Center cafeteria Sunday February 22 Our network of compassionate volunteers provides friendship and temporary respite to children. Join our team today! Find out more about how Safe
Families for Children is extending Biblical Hospitality to families
experiencing a temporary crisis through Church volunteers like
you. Call Teri at 503-580-4672 or [email protected]
If you would like to be on our email list to get
updates upcoming events please contact Sarah Kresse
at the Parish office 503-581-1623 or
[email protected]
Calendar Reminders:
Feb. 18th - ASH WEDNESDAY – Regular Class – Children (grades1-6 and 7-8 First Communion youth) wil
receive ashes in their classrooms. Parents have regular class. High School and Mid-High youth with Sarah
do not have class this evening.
Feb. 25th - Regular Class / Northwest Family Services presentation for parents
Mar. 4th - 6:45pm Wed. evening Stations of the Cross for children and youth.
Mar. 7th - First Communion Retreat for Parents and their Children and Youth who will be receiving
their First Communion this year.
Sunday—Pre-School (age 4 and those in Kindergarten) is during the 10:00am Mass. Classes are in
the School classroom 107 downstairs. Please use the doors by the elevator to the lower level of the
school.
Sunday’s Children’s Liturgy of the Word—a time sharing the Word of God with the children during the
10:00am Mass. Children in grades 1-6 can participate any Sunday.
Adult Faith Formation Nights—Open invitation to ALL parishioners who want to
learn and grow in their Catholic Faith! Bring family and friends / Protestant
friends and fallen away Catholics!
NO FAITH FORMATION ON ASH WEDNESDAY— FEBRUARY 18th
JOIN US ON FEBRUARY 25th for
Where is That in the Bible? By Patrick Madrid
Any questions or more details email James at [email protected] or call the office.
503-581-1623
Information for St. Joseph Parish
On Ash Wednesday, February 18th, we will take up the Collection for the Church in Central
and Eastern Europe. This collection supports Catholic organizations that provide affordable shelter and train seminarians in a region that still struggles from the effects of Soviet rule. By providing
pastoral care, catechesis, and funding for building renovations, your donations help to restore the
Church and build the future in the region. Please give generously to the collection next week.
Visit www.usccb.org (search “Church in Central and Eastern Europe”) to learn more.
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St. Vincent de Paul Food Collection is the third Sunday of each month. February 14th & 15th The St. Vincent de Paul Van Driver is ready and willing to accept donations of potatoes, apples, salad oil, brown and
white rice, dry pasta and noodles, cereals, beans and all canned foods, especially needed is proteins (i.e.,
meats, fish and legumes) and dried fruits and toilet paper. Look for the white St. Vincent de Paul Van in the
parking lot.
 Cinnamon rolls on sale February 15th from 8:00 am - Noon at St. Joseph parish hall! The profits benefit St. Germaine and Michael the Archangel. We are hoping to restock formula and diapers as there has been a great demand for items for infants and young families!
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CALL TO ARTISTS—St. Joseph will host the 6th Expressions in Faith and Art exhibit April 24 and 25, 2015. Art in
all media is accepted which expresses the faith of the artist or work that invites the viewer to consider faith through
Beauty. The exhibit will be chosen by a jury panel. Art work by youth is also considered. Applications for art work
are available in the St. Joseph Parish Office. The deadline for submissions is April 15, 2015. For more information
contact Elise Lynch – [email protected] or Marylen Amsberry –[email protected]
40 Days for Life, a peaceful prayer vigil to end abortion, begins Ash Wednesday,
February 18. There will be sign-up tables afterMass today. And this year, Fridays and
other days during Lent, our priests and deacons will be leading an hour of prayer at
the Planned Parenthood on Wolverine and Coral.
Friday, February 20 - Fr Theo Lange @1 pm
Friday, February 27 - Deacon Allen Vandecoevering @ 10 am
Wednesday, March 4 - Fr Philip (St Mary's, Mt Angel)@ 10 pm
Friday,March 6 -Msgr [email protected] pm
Friday, March 13 - Deacon Leo Rasca @ 2 pm
Friday,March 20 - Fr Tim [email protected] 11 am; Fr Gary Zerr @ 2 pm
Sunday, March 29 - Fr Rory Pitstick @noon
St. Joseph Parish Adoration Chapel
3rd Anniversary
Celebration of our
Grotto on February
25th after the 12 noon
Mass. Please join us
for the Rosary and a
special blessing as we
celebrate
this special day.
Open 24 hours a day—7 days a week
Come join our Lord in this beautiful and peaceful place. Our Adoration Chapel is located on the south side of the
Church off of Chemeketa Street. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We welcome parishioners to take a
regular chapel hour or begin as a substitute until you find an hour that works best for you. Parishioners are welcome
to drop by the chapel at any time. Contact: Jean Majka, 503-362-5891
Adorers: If you must leave Jesus alone please gently close the tabernacle doors (the light will remain on).
Adorers Needed: Tues.—4:00 a.m. Wed.—9:00 a.m. Wed.—11:00 a.m.
DATE
MASS
MINISTRIES
Thurs.—4:00 p.m.
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Feb. 14-15, 2015
MINISTRY
SAT. 4:30 P.M.
7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 noon
7:30 p.m.
HEAD USHER
Cletus Heuberger
Ed Stuckart
Leonard Lynch
Steve Carlson
Bill Crocker
Barbara Foster
LECTORS
Stephen Meier
Rose Motsinger
Mark Baker
Pat Sangster
David Wendell
Ramon Ramilosa
EXTRA
ORDINARY
EUCHARISTIC
MINISTER
Christine Whitnell
Tricia Meier
Chigusa Poole
A. Chuck Ruppert
Ch. Teresa
Whalen
Marsha Lyons
Jack Platt
Tim Hays
Ryan Scanlan
Ashley Scanlan
Natalia Siaron
Laura Howard
John Mingus
Alicia Smith
Annie Beck
Luzerna Cowan
Rose Dubrovsky
Anne Kirkpatrick
Diane Alexander
Peggy Platt
Sr. Mary Ann
Rick Siaron
Elaine Higgins
Noel Higgins
Martha Swedberg
Eveylyn Willcoxen
Jacob Willcoxen
Matthew Smith
Bernadette Delrosario
Caroline Nettleton
Sean Nettleton
EXTRA
ORDINARY
CHALICE
MINISTERS
ALTAR
SERVERS
Hayley Marcus
Sophia Poole
Brayden Thompson
Latin Mass Crew
Andrew Kirpatrick
Christian Borrego
Stephen Kirkpatrick
Mateo Borrego
Coulby Nguyen
Vincent Borrego
Caeleun Nguyen
Comunidad Hispana de San José
15 DE FEBRERO DEL 2015
6º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
LAS LECTURAS DE HOY:
15 de Febrero de 2015
Primer Lectura: Levítico 13, 1-2, 44-46
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 31—11; 1
Evangelio: Marcos 1, 29-39
DELICADEZA
Hay sentimientos por doquier—
actúa con delicadeza. —J. Masai
LECTURAS DIARIAS:
MISA INTENCIONAL POR
Sábado
14 de febrero de 2015
 Lunes, 16 de Febrero:
Domingo
15 de febrero de 2015
 Martes, 17 de Febrero:
7:00 p.m. SP Animas del Purgatorio
1:30 p.m. SP Javier Jácome †
5:30 p.m. SP Animas del Purgatorio
LA OFRENDA DEL DOMINGO FUE:
25 de enero $ 3,676.46
Misión—25 de enero $ 496.00
► La Limpieza del Templo se llevara a cabo martes, 17 de febrero. Se les invita a todas las personas que deseen ayudarnos en este gran ministerio.
Miércoles de Ceniza
18 de Febrero
7:05 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 12:05 p.m. &
4 p.m. Misas en ingles
6:00 p.m. Misa Bilingüe
8:00 p.m. Español
Viernes de Cuaresma: Vía Crucis
8:30 a.m. — inglés con los niños de la Escuela San José
11:30 a.m. — en inglés
6 p.m. — en inglés seguido por una cena de sopa en
la cafetería
7 p.m. — Vía Crucis en español
Para su información sobre AYUNOS Y ABSTINENCIAS
† Días de AYUNO y ABSTINENCIA: Miércoles de Ceniza
y Viernes Santo.
† Días de ABSTINENCIA: todos los viernes de cuaresma.
La abstinencia obliga todos los Católicos mayores de 14
años deben abstenerse de carne los viernes de cuaresma,
el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo.
El ayuno obliga todos los Católicos de 18 a 59 años de
edad se requiere ayunar el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo. Ayunar significa comer solo una comida entera;
las otras dos comidas del día deben ser menos de la cantidad normal. El comer entre comidas no es permitido; sin
embargo, tomar líquidos como café, leche, y jugos de frutas si se pueden tomar.
Los invitamos al Retiro de Vida en el Espíritu
del Grupo de Renovación Carismática
“La Semilla de Cristo”
20, 21 y 22 de febrero
El día 20 comienza con una Misa de apertura a las 7pm en
la iglesia. El día 21 es de 9am-6pm en el gimnasio. El día
22 es de 9am y clausuramos el retiro con la Misa de
5:30pm.
No tendrá ningún costo.
Solamente habrá cuidado de niños el sábado.
Para mas información favor de llamar a Juvencio Lara
503-881-3025.
Capilla de Adoración
Abierta las 24 horas al
día 7 días a la semana
Génesis 4, 1-15. 25
Marcos 8, 11-13
Génesis 6, 5-8. 7; 1-5
Marcos 8, 14-21
 Miércoles, 18 de Febrero:
Joel 2, 12-18
2 Corintios 5, 20—6. 2
Mateo 6, 1-6. 16-18
 Jueves, 19 de Febrero:
Deuteronomio 30, 15-20
Lucas 9, 22-25
 Viernes, 20 de Febrero:
Isaías 58, 1-9
Mateo 9, 14-15
 Sábado, 21 de Febrero:
Isaías 58, 9-14
Lucas 5, 27-32
Importante Recordatorio— Durante el
tiempo de Cuaresma. NO traer flores a
ninguno de los santos o imágenes ya que
serán removidas.
La oficina parroquial estará cerrada el lunes, 16 de
febrero en observación al Día de los Presidentes.
Jóvenes Anuncios y Recordatorios:
 Noche de Servicio para jóvenes de Preparatoria - 19 de feb.
 Teología del Cuerpo—Retiro de Fuerza y Belleza—20 y 21 de
febrero
 Eventos de Verano—Quo Vadis Days, Steubenville NW,
Higher Calling y Camita con las Monjas—hablar con Sarah
para mas detalles.
 ¿Has pensado en servir en nuestro grupo de liderazgo de
jóvenes? Si esta interesado(a) favor de hablar con Sarah.
Virtud: Honor
Santo: Pedro Damián
Segunda Colecta para la Iglesia
en Europa Central y Oriental
Miércoles de Ceniza, 18 de febrero
La colecta apoya a organizaciones Católicas que proveen viviendas y entrenan a seminaristas en una región que lucha de los efectos de una dominación Soviética. Su donaciones ayudan a restaurar la Iglesia y
construir el futuro en la región. Favor donar generosamente.
!Presentamos talleres que fortalecerán tu
familia!
Ser padre no siempre es fácil, a menudo nos sentimos
estresados o frustrados pero no estas solo, te
invitamos a participar de una clase diferente:
“Los niños increíbles”
25 de febrero, 4 y 11 de marzo
A las 6:45pm
En los salones del Centro Parroquial en la Parroquia
San José
Llamar al 971-255-5680 o a la Parroquia San José
para mas información.