Daily Devotions - St Francis Solano Parish

Celebrating 190 years of Ministry and Service - Celebrando 190 años de Ministerio y Servicio
Pastor / Señor Cura
Fr. Michael Kelly
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e-mail: [email protected]
Parochial Vicar / Vicario Parroquial
Fr. Isaac Alejandro DeLaCruz
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Parish Secretary:
Diane Klauber
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Michele Cosgrove
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School Principal:
Debbie Picard
Music Director: John Simon
Parish Secretary—4:30—7:00 pm
Liz Tinoco
Hispanic Ministry:/English CCD
Sarah Wilson
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Parish Ministries
St. Vincent de Paul Society
1:00—2:30 Monday-Friday
996-6759 ext. 106
Mass Schedule:
Daily Mass: Mon-Sat. in English: 8:30 am
Saturday Vigil Mass for Sunday: 5:00 pm
Sunday Masses:
7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 am
Holy Days of Obligation:
Confessions: Saturday:
8:30, Noon, 5:30 pm
4:00p.m. - 4:45 pm
Eucharistic Ministry-Rosemary Clark
Horario de las Misas:
R.C.I.A.—Wally Breitman
Lunes - Sábado en Inglés: 8:30 am
Misas de Obligación:
Sábado de vigilia
6:30 pm
2:00 pm
Baptisms and Weddings
Weddings require six month advance notice
Webpage: www.stfrancissolano.com
We wish to extend a warm welcome to all our
new parishioners. To register please fill out this
form and place it either in the collection box,
return it to the rectory office or e-mail the
information to [email protected]:
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Daily Devotions
Daily Rosary: - 8am-8:30 am
Tuesday: Devotion to our Lady of Perpetual Help - 9am
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament—9am—10 am
9:15 am Chaplet of Divine Mercy Devotion
1st Friday of the Month:
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament - 9am-3pm
1st Saturday of the Month
Devotion to our Lady of Fatima—8am—8:30 am
1st Sunday of the Month
Rosary for the Right to Life following 11:00 Sunday Mass
Every Thursday Altar Society Cleans the Church after Mass
Everyone Welcome!
Readings Next Sunday
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51;
1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
October 19, 2014
Twenty-ninth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
Oct. 18
Oct. 19
Mon Oct. 20
Tues Oct. 21
Wed Oct. 22
Thur Oct. 23
Oct. 24
Oct. 25
Oct. 26
James Grasso+
Mrs. Frances Bolen+
Harold Fischer+
And Genevieve Roche+
George & Micki Rovai+
And Sangiacomo Family+
Katherine Kiser+ & Catherine Platt+
And Maurice & Annie McKenna+
Farida Succar+
And Genevieve Eells+
Geraldine Caccia Stefani+
And Genevieve Roche+
Susan & Bill Buchanan+
George Wesolek+
Glen McNatt+
And John Lantz+
Carl Long+
Renaldo Garcia+
And David Berto+
Louise Celio+
And Lucille Ruggeri+
Vincenzo Mangiola, Jim McIntyre,
Maria McIntyre & Fredo Manera+
Elio & Henry Ramacciotti+
If you missed the last RCIA Class —Don’t fret: Please feel
free to attend any or all of the classes that interest you. The
next class is Wednesday, October 22nd from 6:00-7:45pm in
the west wing conference room. This class topic is The Mystery of the Holy Spirit presented by Fr. Mike Kelly.
Next Sunday Gospel Study is from 9:00—10:30am in the West
Wing conference room. Sunday, October 26th topic is “The
Gospel of Mathew –pt. 5” For further information contact the
parish secretary at 996-6759 or Wally Breitman at 939-3683.
A Project of the Santa Rosa Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
Oct. 20: Rev. Gordon Kalil, St. Helena Church, St. Helena
Oct. 21: Rev. Michael Kelly, St. Francis Solano, Sonoma
Oct. 22: Rev. Gregory Klaas, Retired
Oct. 23: Rev. Adam Kotas, St. Joseph, Crescent City
Oct. 24: Rev. Mark Kristy, Carmelite Monastery, Oakville
Oct. 25: Rev. Frederick Kutubebi, Holy Family, American Canyon
Oct. 26: Rev. Thomas Kyallo, St. Apollinaris,Napa
O Lord, our God, with love and care you provided companions to the
apostles to assist them in teaching and proclaiming what you are with
us. Grant to us, your servants here in the Diocese of Santa Rosa,
priests to do your work, for our need is great. Amen.
Give the Lord glory and
honor . (Psalm 96).
Last Weeks Collection:
Denise Gardner, Greg Sinclair, Ryan Adams, Marylynn Luchesse,
Vivian Sharpe, William Link, Russell Lascola, Betty Chavira,
Alice Fairty, Betty Centeno, Dale Diamond, Raymond
O’Neill, Rosemary Coleman, Joe and Ann Friedman,
Maureen Reilly, Kathleen Daly, Fedora Taormina, Charlotte Castro, Julio
Rosales, Diane Constantino, Jim Noyes, Jackie Duncan, Marilyn Holecek.
are dedicated in the memory of
Florence Josephine Queirolo+
Louis Claassens+
And Theresa Montague+
The month of November is
traditionally the month we remember
our beloved dead. This memorial
begins on All Souls Day (November
2nd) and continues through the rest
of the month. If you would like to
have a loved one remembered at all
of the masses for November, please
use the envelopes provided with your
monthly offering envelopes or they are available to pick
up at the entrances to the church.
Tuesday, November 1st and 2nd Saint
Francis Solano Religious Education (CCD
and Confirmation) class invite you to join
in the Feast Day celebration of the Day of
Dead. This celebration will take place in
Father Roberts Hall on November 1st and
2nd with Day of the Dead Altars on display. You are welcome
on Saturday November 1st at 5:30 pm, to come join in the
festivities and on Sunday the Altars will be on display for you
to view. For more information about the celebration please
contact Sarah Wilson at 996-6759 ex. 107.
July, August, September, 2014
Jim Lomenzo
David Anthony Berto
Diane Audiss
Joanne Brown Setzer
Pauline Kathryn Griffith
Mario Perez Zumudio
Marianne Levy
Pat McGowan
Altar Servers
Next Week October 25th/26th, 2014
5:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m
R. Sangiacomo
J. Sangiacomo
L. Hengehold
C. Mathews
L. Lanzafame
S. Macauley
C. Cook
M. Pecha
M. Welsome
K. Weaver
D. Rodriguez
Lois Fruzynski
Joe Celio
Joyce Davison
Carol Petersen
Do you like to sing? Music is an important part of the joyful
celebration of the Mass. You’re invited to add your voice to
the celebration, praising God, singing with the choir. All
singers are welcome, regardless of experience. Whether you
just like to sing and can carry a tune, or if you can read music
there is a place for you! Call John Simon at 707-343-1119 or
you can talk to him after Mass any Sunday.
Project St. Francis Prayer
Loving God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Maker of all things.
You are the Giver of every gift.
Rooted in faith, we call to You.
Embracing our future, we turn to You.
Lead our parish in the ways of Your life and love.
Help us to be a church of joy and hope.
Bind us more deeply together in Christ
So that all that we do will begin and end with you.
Guide us as stewards of the resources
You have entrusted to our care.
May we serve all people
In the building of our faith community
So that we may be a sign of unity
And an instrument of Your peace.
With your servants,
St. Joseph and St. Francis Solano
We pray in the name of Your Son,
Who lives with You and the Holy Spirit,
Now and forever, Amen.
October, 2014
My Dear People of God,
Annually World Mission Sunday is
celebrated in the next to last week end in
October, this year’s date is October 18th and
19th, 2014. As described by Pope John Paul
II, World Mission Sunday is “An
important day in the life of the Church
because it teaches how to give: as an
offering made to God, in the Eucharistic
celebration and for all the missions of the world.”
Every year the needs of the Catholic Church in the
Missions grow – as new dioceses are formed, as new
seminaries are opened because of the growing number of
young men hearing Christ’s call to follow Him as priests, as
areas devastated by was or natural disaster are rebuilt, and as
other areas, long suppressed, are opening up to hear the
message of Christ and His Church. That is why the
involvement and commitment of Catholics from around the
world is so urgently needed. Offerings from Catholics in the
Unites States, on World Mission Sunday and throughout the
year, are combined with offerings to the Propagation of the
Faith worldwide.
At this time there are about 1,100 missions which
receive assistance from the funds collected. In addition, these
mission dioceses submit requests to the Congregation for the
Evangelization of Peoples for assistance, among other needs
for catechetical programs, seminaries, the work of Religious
Communities, for communication and transportation needs, and
for the building of chapels, churches, orphanages and schools.
These needs are matched with the funds gathered in each year.
The world’s national directors of the Propagation of the Faith
vote on these requests, matching the funds available with the
greatest needs. These funds are then distributed, in their
entirety, to mission dioceses throughout the world.
I ask that you be as generous as you can to your
bother and sisters throughout the world.
Asking every good grace and blessing of God upon
you and your families, I am
Sincerely Yours in Christ Jesus,
Most Reverend Robert F. Vasa, Bishop of Santa Rosa
40 Days for Life– One more week
Christian throughout Sonoma and
Napa Counties are invited to take
part in the national 40 Days for
Life effort from September 23rd to
November 2nd, 2014. In addition
to 40 days of prayer and fasting for
an end to abortion in America, please consider volunteering to
pray outside of the Napa Planned Parenthood office (1735
Jefferson Street in Napa) for one or more hours during the 40
days, and spread the word to others about this important lifesaving effort. For more information check out their website at
40daysforlife.com or call Ron at 337-6887.
The Annual Diocesan Priest Retreat begins this Monday,
October 20th—24th and will be held at the Vallombrosa
Center in Menlo Park. Please keep our bishop and priests
in your prayers during those days of spiritual renewal and
fellowship. Note: No one has my permission to take sick
or die during the retreat, but the parish will be in my
Vigésimo Noveno Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
19 de Octubre de 2014
El Dia de Los Muertos
Con una
Muestra de Altares
Recordemos nuestras raices, y recordemos a nuestros seres
queridos que ya no se
encuentran aqui
La muestra de altars sera el
1 y 2 de Noviembre
En el Salon Parroquial
Da al Señor gloria y honor
Primera lectura — Sólo a Dios debemos adorar; al Dios
que nos llama por nuestro nombre (Isaías 45:1, 4-6).
Salmo — Da al Señor gloria y honor (Salmo 96 [95]).
Segunda lectura — Hemos recibido el Evangelio no sólo
de palabras sino por el poder del Espíritu Santo
(1 Tesalonicenses 1:1-5b).
Evangelio — Devuelve al César lo que es del César y a
Dios lo que es de Dios (Mateo 22:15-21).
Lunes: Ef 2:1-10; Sal 100 (99):1b-5; Lc 12:13-21
Martes: Ef 2:12-22; Sal 85 (84):9ab-14; Lc 12:35-38
Miércoles: Ef 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Lc 12:39-48
Jueves: Ef 3:14-21; Sal 33 (32):1-2, 4-5, 11-12,
18-19; Lc 12:49-53
Viernes: Ef 4:1-6; Sal 24 (23):1-4ab, 5-6; Lc 12:54-59
Sábado: Ef 4:7-16; Sal 122 (121):1-5; Lc 13:1-9
Domingo:Ex 22:20-26; Sal 18 (17):2-4, 47, 51;
1 Tes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
Información para Bautismos
Primer paso acercarse a la oficina con Sarah Wilson
antes de sus preparativos, mínimo 2 meses antes.
Padrinos tienen que estar casados a la Iglesia no hay
Platicas Pre-Bautismales
4 de Noviembre a las 7:00pm.
en la Iglesia de San Francisco
Alma de Cristo
Alma de Cristo, santifícame.
Cuerpo de Cristo, sálvame.
Sangre de Cristo, embriágame.
Agua del costado de Cristo, lávame.
Pasión de Cristo, confórtame.
¡Oh, buen Jesús!, óyeme.
Dentro de tus llagas, escóndeme.
No permitas que me aparte de Ti.
Del maligno enemigo, defiéndeme.
En la hora de mi muerte, llámame.
Y mándame ir a Ti.
Para que con tus santos te alabe.
Por los siglos de los siglos. Amén.
Oracion a San Miguel Arcangel
San Miguel Arcángel,
defiéndenos en la batalla.
Sé nuestro amparo
contra las perversidad y asechanzas
del demonio.
Reprímale Dios, pedimos suplicantes,
y tu príncipe de la milicia celestial
arroja al infierno con el divino poder
a Satanás y a los otros espíritus malignos
que andan dispersos por el mundo
para la perdición de las almas.
Bendita Sea Tu Pureza
Bendita sea tu pureza y eternamente lo sea, pues todo
un Dios se recrea, en tan graciosa belleza. A Ti celestial
princesa, Virgen Sagrada María, te ofrezco en este día,
alma vida y corazón. Mírame con compasión, no me
dejes, Madre mía. Amén