February 1st Bulletin - Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

CHURCH OF THE
IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY
1040 ALAMEDA DE LAS PULGAS,
BELMONT, CALIFORNIA 94002
PASTORAL STAFF
Rev. Stephen H. Howell…………………......Pastor
Rev. Jerome M. Murphy………………..……Parochial Vicar
Rev. Mr. Henry Jacquemet…………….....…Permanent Deacon
Rev. Mr. Steven G. Hackett………….….…...Permanent Deacon
Rev. Mr. Leon P. Kortenkamp ………………Permanent Deacon
Mrs. Julie Britton-Kanzaki………… Director Of Faith Formation
& Youth Ministry
Mrs. Teri Grosey………………………………School Principal
Ms. Katrina Reyes………………………..Pre-School Coordinator
Mrs. Teri Marconi……………………………...Music Coordinator
Ms. Gail Tesi….…………….………..Parish Operations Manager
Mrs. Karen Turner ..……………………Parish Finance Manager
PARISH OFFICE
Telephone
(650) 593-6157
Fax
(650) 593-1665
Web Site
www.ihmbelmont.org
e-mail
office@ihmbelmont.org
Parish Auction Web Site
auction.ihmbelmont.org
IHM SCHOOL
Telephone
650) 593-4265
Fax
650) 593-4342
Web Site
www.ihmbelmont.org
e-mail
ihmoffice@ihmschoolbelmont.org
PRE-SCHOOL TELEPHONE
(650) 593-2344
BAPTISMS:
Parents wishing to baptize children should call the Parish Office
to schedule the baptism and to schedule participation in our
Baptismal Preparation Program. Please call two months before
you wish the Baptism. The preparation may be done before the
birth of the child.
MASS TIMES
Daily:
8:00 AM (Rosary Following Mass
Sundays:
5:00 PM (Saturday Eve)
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:30 AM & 5:00 PM
Bulletin Deadline: 10:00 AM Tuesday
MARRIAGE:
Arrangements must be made six months before the tentative
date of the marriage by calling the Parish Office.
ANOINTING THE SICK:
This sacrament is for those who are elderly, seriously ill, or
scheduled for surgery. Contact the Parish Office to schedule
the anointing in Church or at home. If in hospital, request the
Catholic Chaplain or a priest from the Parish in which the
hospital is located, through the nursing station.
COMMUNION FOR THE HOMEBOUND:
Contact the Parish Office if you or a family member cannot
attend Sunday Mass and would like to receive the Eucharist at
home during the week.
NEWCOMERS:
Welcome to our community. You are invited to register in the
parish on each 2nd Sunday of the month in the vestibule after
Mass, by coming to the Parish Office during regular business
hours, or by completing a “Welcome Card” found in the
pamphlet rack at the entrance of the Church and mailing it to
the Parish Office.
R.C.I.A.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a process by which adults
prepare to enter fully into the Catholic Church through Baptism,
Confirmation or Eucharist. Please call the Parish Office for
more information.
PENANCE:
Saturdays: 4:15-4:45 pm or at other times by appointment.
“Preach the Gospel at all times! Use words if necessary!”
St. Francis of Assisi
February 1, 2015 – Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
From the Desk of Father Stephen
Dear Friends:
Tomorrow, February 2nd, we celebrate the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord and our readings reminded
us that we continue the Christmas theme of the manifestation of the Lord. All of the feasts and Sundays from the
Vigil of Christmas, December 24th, until the Presentation of the Lord present various aspects of the Theophany,
i.e., of the manifestation of God in and through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our call is not just to be happy
with this offer of salvation, but to hear the voice of Jesus and to respond by living out His teachings throughout the
year. Let us pray that we and all Christians may strive to do this and thus continue our efforts toward Christian
Unity in prayer, word and deed. Live Jesus in our Hearts. Forever!
God Bless,
Fr. Stephen H. Howell, Pastor
Second Collection: Our second collection is for the necessary renovation and maintenance of the Parish facility.
WORLD DAY OF THE SICK MASS
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
Principal Celebrant
Saturday, February 7, 2015, 11:00 AM
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
1111 Gough Street at Geary, San Francisco
Sponsored by the Archdiocese of San Francisco
and the Knights of Malta
CELEBRANTS: Feb. 7 & 8, 2015
Sat. 5:00 pm – Fr. Stump, OFM, Cap
Sun. 7:30 am – Fr. Howell
9:30 am – Fr. Howell
11:30 am –Fr. Murphy
5:00 pm- Fr. MacDonald
Chinese New Year Celebration Mass &
Ceremonial Tribute to Ancestors
Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, 2:30pm
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption,
1111 Gough St./Geary Blvd.
Celebrant: Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone
Catholic and Non-Catholic are Welcome
Inquiries: Chinese Ministry Office,
Archdiocese of San Francisco, (415) 614-5575
READINGS FOR February 8, 2015
First Reading: Job 7:1-4, 6-7 (74B)
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23
Gospel: Mark 1:29-39
SUNDAY COLLECTION
Weekly Collection to meet budget: $8,400.00
Collection for the weekend 1/25/15: $6,667.00
Average Collection this fiscal year: $7,313.00
PRAY FOR:
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Those who have died, Cecilia Green, Roy Paul Queen, Sadie Elizabeth Adams, Charles Arthur Dionne, Peter Dominic Rossi,
Claire Daley and those who have no one to pray for them. May they rest in peace. Amen.
Those who are newly baptized, Sofia Nadine Gibson. May God always be present to her and may she continue to grow in
“age, wisdom and grace.”
Peace in our world, for those who serve our country, at home and overseas; for all who suffer in any way due to war and civil
disturbance, that God will assist all people toward reconciliation and peace.
Those who are sick or who suffer in any way, that God will assist them in their need. Especially, Valerie Abbey, Tom
Anderson, Joe Andreano, Olga De Arguello, Harry Bach, Gen Barker, Fr. Bernard Brennan, Carl Brust, Margaret Charlton,
Grace Delagnes, Reese Derryman, Gerald de Wit, John Farbstein, August Ferrari, Mary Ferrari, Julie Fletcher, Roy Fong,
Manny Galvez, Barbara Gartner, Greta Gipson-Lewis, Queen Gipson, Silva Guerbidjian, Griselda Guevara-MacDonald,
Dottie Hall, Gary Harders, Anna Herdtler, Fr. Milton Hipsley, Catherine Hourigan, Henry Jacquemet, Leota Jones, Torin
Jones, Joan Lee-Andel, Eve Lefcourt, Patrick Lobo, Jacob Loeffler, Vicki Logan, Rosemarie Maffei, Kevin Mapes, Carol
Mateus, John McEvoy, Ken McQueen, Claire McVay, Jesse Montalvo, Donna Moynihan, John Nguyen, Don Oswald, Carter
Pagan, Frank Parker, Roy Queen, Brooke Seim, Bill Selenger, J. Svendsen, Ofelia Vallejo, Paulette Volante, Marc Weiss,
Ted Wolfe, Francesca Zuniga, and for those who suffer alone and have no one to pray for them.
IHM SCHOOL NEWS:
As a Catholic community, we
have the responsibility to share our
faith with each other and most
importantly with our young people.
Parents have made the commitment to
their children to be a part of the IHM community of
faith, knowledge, and service.
Within our community, parents, teachers,
priests, faculty and staff partner together to serve one
mission, we are committed to each other and to the
mission in the Gospel of Matthew: “Go, therefore and
make disciples of all nations, … teaching them to
observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I
am with you always, until the end of the age.” (Mt.
28:19-20)
IHM strives daily to integrate the faith into
every action and lesson taught and to provide excellent
opportunities for your child to learn and grow in
knowledge and faith. Students and graduates of IHM are
shining examples of service to others in the community.
Our school continues to impact change in our society by
giving students faith and skills that make a difference.
The faculty and staff reflect and are thankful for
the gift of support from the parish community. We
realize the education and hard work of each and every
individual who supports our schools in any way. Please
pray for our school as we continue to grow and develop
into the best environment for the next generation of IHM
graduates.
Finally, we would like to thank all of our
parents, parishioners, priests, teachers, and community
members who make Catholic education so successful at
IHM. Your hard work is witnessed in the lives you help
form.
We are accepting applications for the 20152016 school year. Visit our website at
www.ihmschoolbelmont.org or call the school office
(650) 593-4265. School tours are available.
MISSION HOSPICE VOLUNTEER
Mission Hospice & Home Care will be
holding an informational meeting for
anyone interested in becoming a
volunteer on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015,
1670 So. Amphlett Blvd., Suite 300, San
Mateo. To accommodate different schedules, the
meetings will be from 12-1:00pm and repeated again
from 5:30-6:30pm. For more info and an application,
visit our website www.missionhospice.org or call Hank
Nourse at (650) 554-1000.
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Jan. 31-Sat.
Feb. 1-Sun.
Feb. 2-Mon.
Feb. 3-Tues.
Feb. 4-Wed.
Feb. 5-Thurs.
Feb. 6-Fri.
Feb. 7-Sat.
Feb. 8-Sun.
St. John Bosco, Priest
5pm- Robert Kaster
7:30am-Andrew Maxwell
9:30am-For the People of the Parish
11:30am-Seta Jaghlassian (Living)
5:00pm-Mary Louise Phillips
The Presentation of the Lord
8am – Special Intention
St. Blaise, Bishop & Martyr;
St. Ansgar, Bishop
8am – Kaj Harders
8am –Bob Lafane
St. Agatha, Virgin & Martyr
8am-The Bolger Family
St. Paul Miki & Companions, Martyrs
8am –Marin Sardelic
8am –Douglas Sharp
5pm–Rita Revilla
7:30am-Helen Bodnar
9:30am- For the People of the Parish
11:30am-Pietro Giuntini
5:00pm-Priya & Cyril Paul
IHM’S Annual Auction Dinner Dance
Marriott Hotel
April 18, 2015 5:30 pm - Midnight
Committee opportunities are many. SIGN UP NOW!
You will be contacted by a chairman.
• Grand Drawing Promotion – 4 or more hours
• Family & Adult Community Gatherings – 4 or
more hours
• The Entertainment Table Drawing – 4 or more
hours
• Mailings – 4 or more hours
• Décor – 4 or more p.m. hours & day of event –
April 18
• Hospitality Events – Evening April 18 – 3 hrs
• Marriott Hotel – Gift Display – Morning April
18 – 9am-12 noon
A complete committee list is on the church vestibule
board and table. Your participation creates success.
San Mato Pro Life will meet Thurs., Feb. 12, 2015
@ 7:30pm Worner Center of St. Gregory parish,
138 28th Ave., San Mateo. Discussing: Upcoming
40 Days of Life – Current: Mustard Seed;
Legislative update
IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY
PARISH FINANCIAL REPORT
Years Ended December 31, 2014 & 2013
2014
Revenue:
Collections
Sacramental Offerings
Fundraising - Net
Educational Programs
Gifts & Unrestricted Donations
Other Income
Non Operating Income
Total Revenue
Expenses:
Personnel Costs (1)
Instructional Expenses
Property Costs (2)
Utilities
Furniture & Equipment
General & Administrative
Other Operating Expenses
Subsidy to Parish School
Total Expenses
Excess of Revenue over Expenses
from Operations before Designated
& Donor Restricted Activty
Designated Activity: (3)
Designated Income - Lease Income
Designated Expenses:
Parish Center
Interest - Loan
Rental Income Assessment (4)
Church & Rectory Repair
Total Designated Expenses
Designated Activity - Net
Donor Restricted Activity:
Donor Restricted Income
Donor Restricted Expenditures
Donor Restricted Activity - Net
(Excess of Expenses over Revenue)
Excess of Revenue over Expenses
2013
$ 263,205 $ 269,923
6,370
14,559
18,252
4,204
15,002
19,600
69,455
43,956
750
1,750
3,655
3,968
376,689
357,960
205,923
4,775
21,681
16,785
13,583
18,518
39,761
9,000
330,026
176,506
1,754
27,382
16,832
3,389
17,174
38,086
32,848
313,971
46,663
43,989
163,849
148,818
14,528
40,866
55,394
18,158
20,061
124,587
162,806
108,455
(13,988)
25,298
25,298
14,648
14,648
$ 180,416 $
44,649
(1) Includes clergy, office, and program staff
(2) 2013-includes Bell Tower removal
(3) Archdiocesan assessment on Parish rental income for
inner city Catholic schools
(4) Lease income is designated for lease expenses, construction costs,
servicing the loan to the Archdiocese, and renovation of church & rectory
Parish Center Loan Balance
$ 500,288 $ 623,689