St. William Catholic Church

St. William Catholic Church
January 4, 2015
The Epiphany of the Lord
Psalm — Lord, every nation on earth
will adore you (Psalm 72).
4 de enero de 2015
La Epifanía del Señor
Salmo — Que te adoren, Señor,
todos los pueblos (Salmo 72 [71]).
Rev. Richard Gagnon, SDS, Pastor
Office Hours:
Hispanic Ministry:
Rev. Renato Mejia Cruz
Friendliest Catholic Church in town
Mon. Tues. Wed.& Thurs.: 8:00 a.m.—5:30 p.m
Friday: 8:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m
Secretaries: Luci Martinez-Taylor
Jakii Alcala-Anchondo
Sacraments:
Wednesday · Miércoles
7pm (Español)
Thursday · Jueves
8am (English)
Friday · Viernes
8am (English)
Saturday Sábado
5:30pm (English)
Sunday Domingo
9:00 am (Español)
11:15 am (English)
Our Mission
Reconciliation (Confession)
Wednesday: 7:00 pm or by appointment
Saturday & Sunday:
after Mass or by appointment
Marriage: See pastor six (6) months in advance
Baptism: by appointment only
Baptism/Bautismos en Español:
Enero 24, 2015 a las 12:00pm /Sabado
3 años presentación:
By appointment only/ con cita previa
Quinceañera: by appointment only
Religious Education Classes:
Eng. Rel. Education: Sunday 9:45 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Spanish Rel. Education:
Domingo 12:00 a.m. –2:00 p.m.
Nuestra Misión
To grow as a Catholic Chris an community and proclaim the Good News to all through prayer, love and service.
Para crecer como una comunidad cristiana católica y proclamar la Buena Nueva a todos por la oración, amor y servicio.
Church/Templo: 500 S. Bri ain Street  Shelbyville, TN 37160
O ce/Ocina: 719 N Main Street  Shelbyville, TN 37160
Phone/Tel.: 931-684-8745  Fax: 931-684-6154
Email: [email protected] * Website: www.stwilliamshelbyville.org
Iglesia Católica de San Guillermo
Sixteenth
Sunday in Ordinary
Time
The Epiphany
of the Lord
La Epifanía del Señor
PARTNERS IN THE PROMISE
PARTICIPANTES EN LA PROMESA
As a society, during these days we can be
in something of a “postpartum” depression.
Our celebrations of Christmas and the New
Year are over, and after today many of us will
put away the decorations and the last visible
remnants of the celebrations of the past
weeks. The apostle Paul today uses the
expression “partners in the promise.” This is
an uplifting phrase for us to reflect upon, and
to think of as our own calling in these days
following the birth of the Lord. What is this
promise? We can find it in the gifts the magi
bring: it is a promise of being a royal
priesthood (gold), a holy nation
(frankincense), a people set apart for selfgiving (myrrh). We find more of the promise in
Isaiah—a light shines upon us! In the psalm
we know a promise of a world of flowering
justice, profound peace, the poor rescued,
pity for the lowly and the poor. This is the
promise; and one of the best ways for us to
lift ourselves out of any possible low spirits
we may be suffering is to live out our
partnership in this promise each and every
day. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Las celebraciones de Navidad y Año
Nuevo se han terminado, y después de hoy
Día de los Reyes Magos, muchos de nosotros
guardaremos las decoraciones y los últimos
vestigios de las celebraciones de las semanas
pasadas. El apóstol Pablo usa la expresión
“participantes de la promesa”. Esta es una
frase digna de reflexionar, y de pensar que es
nuestro llamado en estos días después del
nacimiento del Señor. ¿Cuál es esta promesa?
Podemos encontrarla en los regalos que traen
los magos: la promesa de ser un sacerdocio
real (oro), una nación santa (incienso), un
pueblo escogido para dar de sí (mirra).
Encontramos otro aspecto de la promesa en
encontramos la promesa de un mundo en
donde florece la justicia, la paz profunda, los
pobres rescatados, piedad para los humildes y
los pobres. Esta es la promesa; y una de las
mejores maneras de continuar el espíritu de
generosidad navideña es vivir día a día
nuestra parte como participantes en esta
promesa. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
life, the showings of God’s majesty and power in
the person of Jesus. The feast alerts us to look
for signs of the Lord’s grace and action in our
lives today. In this context, the call of the
Second Vatican Council to reform the
sacramental life of the Church, including our
pattern of care for the sick, is indeed a holy
awakening.
Prior to the 1960s, our care for the sick had
collapsed in the popular imagination into
something everyone called “last rites.” An
immensely complicated ritual, with anointing
accompanied by quickly muttered Latin prayers,
was enacted for a marginally conscious person
at “death’s door.” By the time a priest was
called, the sick person might not be able to
receive viaticum, or derive much personal
benefit from the ritual. The healing effects of the
sacrament, investing suffering with the dignity
of a link to Christ’s cross, and the immense
assurance of forgiveness for a person reviewing
the life journey, were hidden. Suddenly, an
epiphany swept through the Church, and the
way we care for the sick was utterly
transformed. It took several centuries, however,
for the Church to reach that moment of renewal.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
El Evangelio de san Juan comienza con
una extraña revelación. Nos declara que al
principio, Jesús no sólo estaba con Dios, sino
que Jesús es Dios (Juan 1:1). Dependiendo de
nuestra traducción de las Sagradas Escrituras,
Jesús es nombrado ya sea “Palabra” o
“Verbo” en el primer pasaje de Juan.
Según una canción de Ricardo Arjona
“Jesús es verbo, no sustantivo”. Y tiene razón.
Hay que recordar que Juan no escribió en
español, ni siquiera en inglés. El evangelista
escribió en griego y aplicó el concepto
filosófico del logos a Jesús. El logos, de la
filosofía griega se manifiesta en Jesús de
Nazaret. Para los griegos esta noticia era
asombrosa, porque logos quiere decir palabra
activa, es decir, el verbo que actúa y por el
cual todo es creado. Juan declara que Jesús
es este Verbo, él es el Dios que lo hizo todo y
en el cual todos tenemos vida si actuamos
como él.
El Evangelio de Juan nos desafía a vivir el
verbo que es Cristo, no sólo diciendo que
somos cristianos, sino actuando como Jesús,
cual Verbo Divino.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
THIS WEEK’S LITURGY SCHEDULE
January 3, 2015 Saturday 5:30 p.m. Mass
Reader: Karen Hargrove
Eucharis c Ministers: Richard S les, Elizabeth L., Joyce B
Ministers of Hospitality: Frank Reale, Jack Bauer
Altar Servers: Richard S les
January, 2015 Second Collec ons
January 4, 2015 Opera onal Collec on
January 11, 2015 Building, Repair, & Maint.
January 18, 2015 Good Samaritan
January 25,2015 Church in La n America
January 4, 2014 Sunday 11:15 a.m. Mass
Reader: Billy Caskey
Eucharis c Ministers: Toni Canonico, Donna Blanche,
Deb Wilson
Ministers of Hospitality: Tom Lingen, Elizabeth Aguilar
Altar Servers: Ellarosa Strasser, Ramon Hernandez
Next Week’s Liturgy Schedule
January 10, 2015 Saturday 5:30 p.m. Mass
Reader: Kay Petty
Eucharistic Ministers: Elizabeth Lagler, Richard Stiles, Jo C
Ministers of Hospitality: Dan Petty, Frank Reale
Altar Servers: Richard Stiles
January 11,2015 Sunday 11:15 a.m. Mass
Reader: Linda Williams
Eucharistic Ministers: Dan Strasser, Sue Tribe, Jane
Hosford
Ministers of Hospitality: Henry Cooley & Diana Hernandez
Altar Servers: Luke Murillo, Chris Maribibi
The Epiphany of the Lord
La Epifanía del Señor
TODAY’S READINGS
LECTURAS DE HOY
First Reading — Rise up in splendor, Jerusalem! The
Lord shines upon you and the glory of the Lord appears
over you (Isaiah 60:1-6).
Psalm — Lord, every nation on earth will adore you
(Psalm 72).
Second Reading — The Gentiles are coheirs,
copartners in the promise in Christ Jesus through the
gospel (Ephesians 3:2-3a, 5-6).
Gospel — Magi from the east arrived, looking for the
newborn king of the Jews (Matthew 2:1-12).
Primera lectura — ¡Levántate y brilla, Jerusalén! La
gloria del Señor amaneció sobre ti (Isaías 60:1-6).
Salmo — Que te adoren, Señor, todos los pueblos
(Salmo 72 [71]).
Segunda lectura — El misterio de que los gentiles
son coherederos, socios en la promesa en
Jesucristo, se ha dado a conocer a los hombres
(Efesios 3:2-3a, 5-6).
Evangelio — Magos del oriente llegaron, diciendo:
“¿Dónde está el rey de los judíos que ha nacido?”
(Mateo 2:1-12).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
1 Jn 3:22 — 4:6; Ps 2:7bc-8, 10-12a;
Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
Tuesday:
1 Jn 4:7-10; Ps 72:1-4, 7-8; Mk 6:3444
Wednesday: 1 Jn 4:11-18; Ps 72:1-2, 10, 12-13;
Mk 6:45-52
Thursday: 1 Jn 4:19 — 5:4; Ps 72: 1-2, 14, 15bc,
17; Lk 4:14-22a
Friday:
1 Jn 5:5-13; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20; Lk
5:12-16
Saturday: 1 Jn 5:14-21; Ps 149:1-6a, 9b;
Jn 3:22-30
Sunday:
Is 42:1-4, 6-7 or Is 55:1-11; Ps 29:1-4,
3, 9-10 or Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6;
Acts 10:34-38 or 1 Jn 5:1-9;
Mk 1:7-11
THE HOLY STAR
O Father, may that holy star
Grow every year more bright
And send its glorious beams afar
To fill the world with light.
—William Cullen Bryant
GENTLENESS
Feelings are everywhere—be gentle. —J. Masai
Prayer List
Ann Talley
April Gaber
Betty McKinnon
Carolyn Hill
Charlie Heier
Chuck Quinn
Dawn Hill
Enzalee Painter
Jim Hill, Jr.
Jim Witt
Joe Green
Joe Boswell
Kevin Smith
Paul Quinter
Rose Mary Finch
Linda Todd
Madonna Taylor
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Domingo:
1 Jn 3:22 — 4:6; Sal 2:7bc-8,
10-12a; Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
1 Jn 4:7-10; Sal 72 (71):1-4, 7-8;
Mc 6:34-44
1 Jn 4:11-18; Sal 72 (71):1-2, 10,
12-13; Mc 6:45-52
1 Jn 4:19 — 5:4; Sal 72 (71): 1-2,
14, 15bc, 17; Lc 4:14-22a
1 Jn 5:5-13; Sal 147:12-15, 19-20;
Lc 5:12-16
1 Jn 5:14-21; Sal 149:1-6a, 9b;
Jn 3:22-30
Is 42:1-4, 6-7 o Is 55:1-11;
Sal 29 (28):1-4, 3, 9-10 o Is 12:2-3,
4bcd-6; Hch 10:34-38 o 1 Jn 5:1-9;
Mc 1:7-11
HAGO EPIFANÍA
Cuando un alma generosa responde “sí” a Dios, él
baja al mundo, se hace Epifanía. —Anónimo
DELICADEZA
Hay sentimientos por doquier —actúa con
delicadeza. —J. Masai
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
The Epiphany of the Lord;
National Migration Week
Monday:
St. John Neumann
Tuesday:
St. André Bessette
Wednesday:
St. Raymond of Penyafort;
Julian Calendar Christmas
Our Shut-ins:
Ms. Mary Gray
Ms. Mary Druckman
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo:
La Epifanía del Señor;
Semana Nacional de la Migración
Lunes:
San Juan Neumann
Martes:
San André Bessette;
Día de los Santos Reyes Magos
(Puerto Rico y América Latina)
Miércoles:
San Raimundo de Peñafort;
La Natividad del Señor en el
calendario juliano
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Church Weekly
January 2,2015 Friday/ Viernes
8: 00 am Mass
7:00pm Spanish Confessions/
confesiones en Espanol:
January 3, 2015 Saturday,/sábado
5:30pm (English) Mass
January 4, 2015 Sunday/ Domingo
9:00am Spanish Misa
11:15am English Mass
9:45-11:00 A.M. Religious Education class/
English
12:00-2:00 P.M. Religious Education
Classes/ Spanish
4:00—6:00 P.M. Religious Education
Classes/ Spanish
January 7, 2015 Wednesday/ miércoles
Misa 7:00pm
January 8,2015 Thursday/ Jueves
8:00 a.m. mass
January 9,2015 Friday/ Viernes
8:00am Mass
7:00pm Spanish Confessions/
confesiones en Espanol:
December 27,2015 Saturday/ Sábado
5:30pm (English) Mass
**NUEVO AVISO
Los pagos de todos los
Bautismos ,Quinceañeras, y
Matrimonios deben ser pagados por
adelantado. Esto reserva su fecha. Los
pagos deben ser presentados en la
oficina con Jakii -Mrs. Luci.
Se les dará un recibo.
Pastor’s Cor-
Special insert to follow
ner on
collection up to present time,
Liturgy schedule with
January calendar.
Please let the office know if
there are any committee
meetings for the month of
January.
December 2014
Envelopes & Loose Checks: $
Uniden ed Cash: $
Spanish: $
2nd collec on not available at
me of prin ng
Total Collected: $
Budgeted: $6,308.00
(double collec on)
YTD budget: $
YTD Collected: $