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St. Elizabeth Catholic Church
Office. 903-583-7734 ● 916 Maple Street Bonham, Tx 75418 ● Emergency 903-505-9198
Hours: Monday–Friday 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.  Website: se-bonham.com 
Email: [email protected]
November 9, 2014 National Awareness Week
Pastor: Fr. Arturo Molina
Deacon: Deacon Joe Culling
Business Manager: Sherry Turinsky
Bookkeeper: Margaret Cox
Bulletin Editor: Margaret Cox
Church Secretary: Shirley Forney
SCHEDULE OF MASSES/HORARIO DE LAS MISAS
Saturday
Sunday
English
5:00 p.m.
English
8:00 a.m.
English
10:30 a.m.
Español
12:00 noon
Español
2:00 p.m.
Wednesday English
6:00 p.m.
Friday
English
6:00 p.m.
Rosary:
30 minutes before each Mass
Rosario:
30 minutos antes de cada Misa
Chair man
Chairman
Chairman
Coordinator
Coordinator
Coordinator
Coor dinator
Coordinator
Coordinator
Coordinator
Coordinator
Coordinator
Chair man
Coordinator
President
Grand Knight
President
*non parish based organization, inclusion on this list does not imply
endorsement by Saint Elizabeth Church or knowledge of the activities of the
groups
MISSION
We, the Catholic Community of Saint Elizabeth in Bonham, Texas, striving
to form a Christian family as called forth by our baptism, wanting to grow
in holiness and in the knowledge and love of Jesus through the Word of
God and the joyful celebration of the Eucharist, accepting our common
responsibility as welcoming and forgiving community of disciples, commit
our God-given gifts of time, talent and resources to further the mission of
Christ..
MISION
SCHEDULE OF CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
Saturday /Sábado
4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
Sunday/Domingo
7:00 – 7:45 a.m.
By Appointment
Call the church office for the Guidelines for Baptism
and Matrimony 6 months before the proposed date of
the celebration.
Llame a la oficina p ara las Normas y Reglas del
Bautizo y Matrimonio 6 meses antes de la fecha de la
celebración.
Faith Formation Classes/Las clases de Formación de Fe
1st Communion English 1st & 2nd year
Sunday
1st Communion Espanol 1st & 2nd Year Miercoles
1st year Confirmation Bilingual
Sunday
2nd year Confirmation Bilingual
Wednesday
All other classes Sunday 9:15
PARISH AND LEADERS
Pastoral Council:
Marge Ross
Finance Council:
Al Turinsky
Liturgy Committee:
Deacon Culling
Pastoral Care:
Carol Monte
Social Ministry:
Bill McCormick
RCIA/English:
Linda Brinlee
DRE
Denise Kapp
RCIA/Spanish:
Arturo Aldana
Fund Raising:
Pro-Life Ministry:
Betty Culling
English Choir:
Mary Ferguson
Spanish Choir:
Raul Martinez
Hispanic Ministry
Felipe Longor ia
Youth Ministry:
Ellia Valdez
Ladies Guild:
Marge Ross
*Knights of Columbus: Phillip Timmons
*Legion of Mary:
Carol Monte
9:15 am
6:00 pm
9:15 am
7:00 pm
Nosotros, la comunidad católica de Santa Isabel en Bonham, Texas, nos
esforzamos por formar una familia cristiana, como llamados por nuestro
bautismo, con ganas de crecer en santidad y en el conocimiento y el amor
de Jesús a través de la Palabra de Dios y por la alegre celebración de la
Eucaristía, la aceptación de nuestra responsabilidad común como la
acogida y la comunidad de los discípulos de perdón, nos comprometemos
con los dones que Dios nos ha dado de tiempo, talento y recursos para
promover la misión de Cristo.
DATE
TIME
Sat. Nov. 8
5:00 pm
8:00 am
10:30 am
12:00 pm
2:00 pm
Sun. Nov. 9
Mass Intentions/Intenciones de las Misas
Requested by
St. Elizabeth Parishioners
† Deceased Legionaires
† For the repose of the soul of Charles Richcreek
† For the repose of the soul of Lucia Soto
† For the repose of the souls of Lucia and Juan Soto
Coordinators of Ministry Committees
Coordinadores de los Comités del Ministerio
Extraordinary Ministers/Ministros Extraordinarios
Carole Monte /Maria Ventura Benitez
Lectors/lectores
Betty Culling /Rebeca Gutierrez
Altar Servers/Monaguillos
Michael Pollock /Maria Mendoza
Ushers/ujieres
Bob Ross /Juan Venegas
Environment/medio ambiente
Linda Brinlee /Denise Kapp
Altar Servers Needed/Monaguillos Necesarios
Altar Server Classes by appointment.
Please call Michael Pollock at 903-513-4186.
Clases para los servidores de altar se haran con el Señor
Michael Pollock—903-513-4186
If you would like to volunteer to help with these duties .please contact the business office .
Lectors (First & Second Reader)
Lectura ( 1ra-2da lector)
Parish Meetings:
Ladies Guild
Finance Council
Pastoral Council
Scripture Study………
Youth Ministry
Music Practice
Hispanic Ministry
Hispanic Music Practice
Renovación
4th Thursday @ 4:30 p.m.
2nd Thursday @ 6:00 p.m.
1st Thursday @ 6:00 p.m.
Every Tuesday@ 5:30 p.m.
Every Wednesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd Tuesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Todos los jueves @7:30 p.m.
Non- Parish Based Organization Meetings
*Knights of Columbus
1st Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.
*Legion of Mary
Every Wednesday @ 3:00 p.m.
*Disciples of Jesus & Mary 1st & 3rd Saturday @ 3:00 p.m.
*Non parish based organization, inclusion on this listing does not imply
the endorsement by St. Elizabeth's or knowledge of the activities of the
groups.
Pastoral Council : Deacon Joe Culling, Felipe Longoria,
Jose Vazquez, Marge Ross, Bob Nietupski, Rosie and Tony
Salazar
Finance Council : Deacon Joe Culling, Al Turinsky, Bob
Nietupski ,Connie Parker, Ruben Montano, Sherry
Turinsky, Eddie Gomez, Pam Richcreek, Margaret Cox
Commentators
Comentador
Extraordinary Ministers
Ministros Extraordinarios
(2nd Sunday of the Month) National Vocation Awareness Week
Nov. 8 5:00 pm E B. Gallagher / D. Cannon
V. Moeller
Nov. 9 8:00 am E S. Franklin / M. Cox
M. Ross
10:30 am E C. Sacco / C. Sacco
B. Culling
12:00 pm S L. Y F. Nino
F. Longoria
2.00 pm S M. Zuniga/ E. Lopez
A. Aldana
(3rd Sunday of the Month) Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Nov. 15 5:00 pm E B. Gallagher/ V. Moeller
S. Turinsky
Nov. 16 8:00 am E S. Kapp / G. Straight
M. Cox
10:30 am E P. Richcreek / P. Richcreek
C. Monte
12:00 pm S R. Gutierrez / L. Martinez
F. Longoria
2.00 pm S E. Valdez / E. Lopez
A. Aldana
(4th Sunday of the Month) Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Nov. 22 5:00 pm E D. Cannon/B. Gallagher
V. Moeller
Nov. 23 8:00 am E S. Franklin/M. Cox
M. Ross
10:30 am E J. Crook/J.Crook
B. Culling
12:00 pm S R. Lopez/E. Lopez
A. Aldana
2:00 pm S L. Niño/F. Niño
M. Zuniga
Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament
December 5th, 2014
First Friday Adoration -– 11:00 a.m.
Benediction—5:30 p.m.
Mass—6:00 p.m.
Adoration Signup sheet is located on the ushers table
Parish
Legion of Mary
Richcreek Family
Maria Calderon
Maria Calderon
Altar Servers
monaguillos
M. Schrieber/Turinsky
L. Brinlee/ B. Ross
C. Monte / J. Crook
J. Cruz
R. Zuniga
M. Pollock
A & B Kapp
Sacco
M. Schreiber
B. Ross
P. Timmons
F. Longoria
E. Rodriguez
M. Pollock
A & B Kapp
Sacco
M. Schreiber
B. Ross
P. Timmons
R. Zuniga
M. Benitez
Adoración al Santísimo Sacramento
Primer Viernes de cada mes— 5 de diciembre de 2014
Adoración comienza a las 11:00,
Bendicón a las 17.30
Misa 18:00. Hoja de inscripció se encuentra en la mesa de
ujieres.
November 9, 2014
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica-National Vocation
Awareness Week
THE TEMPLE AND WORSHIP
In all of today’s readings, the temple is
prominently mentioned. Ezekiel speaks of streams of
living water flowing out from the temple, watering the
desert, bringing life to all living things, offering fresh
healing to God’s people.
Paul reminds the Corinthians that their
faith rests upon the firmest of foundations, Christ himself. More than that, Paul reveals that those who follow
Christ are themselves temples, temples of the Holy Spirit; that is, God dwells not only with them, but in them.
For the Jews of Jesus’ time, the temple
had come to be identified with the presence of God and
the only place where authentic worship of God took
place. Jesus had a different perception. Jesus identified
himself not with the temple, but as the temple. In so
doing, Jesus indicated a dramatic shift in what it means
to worship God, to be in God’s presence. No longer was
a place to be the focus of prayer. Instead, a person, the
person of Jesus Christ, becomes the center of our worship. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — I saw water flowing out of the temple; wherever the river flows, every living creature shall
live (Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12).
Psalm — The waters of the river gladden the city of
God, the holy dwelling of the Most High (Psalm 46).
Second Reading — Do you not know that you are the
temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?
(1 Corinthians 3:9c-11, 16-17).
Gospel — Destroy this temple and in three days I will
raise it up (John 2:13-22).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday:
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29;
Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25
Friday:
2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18;
Lk 17:26-37
Saturday:
3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8
Sunday:
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ps 128:1-5;
1 Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30 [14-15, 19-21]
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Monday:
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Thirty-second Week in Ordinary Time;
St. Leo the Great
Tuesday:
St. Martin of Tours; Veterans Day
Wednesday: St. Josaphat
Thursday: St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
Saturday:
St. Albert the Great; Blessed Virgin Mary
dear PADRE
November 9, 2014
What is a basilica?
What’s the difference between a church, a cathedral, and a basilica?
The word church originally did not mean a building. It
was a term used to designate the assembled believers.
In the New Testament, church was used to identify
those who believed in Jesus Christ and followed his way.
Later the term took on its modern definition: a building
in which Christian believers gather for worship, especially to celebrate the Eucharist.
A cathedral is the bishop’s church and the chief
church of a diocese or archdiocese. The name takes its
origin from cathedra, the “bishop’s chair.” The bishops
of old delivered their homilies from the bishop’s chair in
the cathedral.
A basilica is an early form of church building used for
Christian worship. This was especially the case in the
western part of the Roman Empire after the time of
Constantine (fourth century).
Today, basilica is an honorary title given to certain
churches by the pope. Rome has four major basilicas:
St. John Lateran (the pope’s cathedral church, which we
honor today), St. Peter’s at the Vatican, St. Paul’s Outside the Walls, and St. Mary Major. In addition, a number of churches in Rome and throughout the world are
designated as minor basilicas.
Whether we worship in the basilica of St. Peter’s in
Rome or in a parish church, we seek to draw closer to
the Lord in our worship and prayers.
FR. HARRY GRILE, CSsR [email protected]
Offering and Intercessions
In this holy moment—with the consecrated
bread and wine, the Body and Blood of Christ, upon the
altar—we pray for a share in the fruits of Christ’s sacrifice. We offer to God what God has given to us, and we
intercede for the Church and the world. We pray for the
pope and for all the bishops, and we mention the bishop
of our local church by name. We pray for the clergy and
for all the people of God. We pray in a special way for
those who have died. And we pray for ourselves, that
one day, with Mary and all the saints, we may come to
that place where Jesus already reigns. These prayers of
intercession, like the Prayer of the Faithful earlier in the
Mass, broaden our focus and remind us that the Eucharist is offered not just for those gathered, but for the
salvation of the entire world. The Eucharistic Prayer
leads us from an intense focus on Christ, present in the
consecrated host in the hands of the priest, to a loving
sweep of prayer that embraces the world.
—Corinna Laughlin, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
9 de noviembre de 2014
Dedicación de la Basílica de san Juan de LetránNational Vocation Awareness Week
EL TEMPLO Y LA ADORACIÓN
En todas las lecturas de hoy, el Templo es
mencionado predominantemente. Ezequiel habla de
aguas vivas que fluyen del Templo, regando el desierto,
trayendo vida a todas las cosas vivientes, brindando salud y frescor al pueblo de Dios.
Pablo recuerda a los corintios que su fe reposa sobre bases firmes, Cristo mismo. Más que eso,
Pablo les revela que quienes siguen a Cristo son templos
ellos mismos, templos del Espíritu Santo, es decir, que
Dios no solamente habita con ellos, sino dentro de ellos.
Para los judíos de los tiempos de Jesús, el
Templo era identificado con la presencia de Dios y como
el lugar santo en donde la verdadera adoración a Dios
tenía lugar. Jesús tenía una percepción diferente. Jesús
se identifica a sí mismo no con el Templo, sino como el
templo. Al hacerlo, Jesús mostró un cambio dramático
en lo que significa adorar a Dios, estar en la presencia
de Dios. Ya no sería un sitio el centro de oración. Ahora
una persona, la persona de Jesucristo, viene a ser el
centro de nuestra adoración.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Siempre que las aguas frescas del
templo fluyen, todo florece (Ezequiel 47:1-2, 8-9,
12).
Salmo — Un río alegra la ciudad de Dios
(Salmo 46 [45]).
Segunda lectura — Tú eres el templo de Dios y el Espíritu de Dios vive en ti (1 Corintios 3:9c-11, 16-17).
Evangelio — “Destruyan este templo y yo lo reedificaré
en tres días”, Jesús dijo hablando del templo de su cuerpo (Juan 2:13-22).
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Ti 1:1-9; Sal 24 (23):1b-4ab, 5-6; Lc 17:1-6
Martes:
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Sal 37 (36):3-4, 18, 23, 27,
29; Lc 17:7-10
Miércoles: Ti 3:1-7; Sal 23 (22):1b-6; Lc 17:11-19
Jueves:
Flm 7-20; Sal 146 (145):7-10; Lc 17:20-25
Viernes:
2 Jn 4-9; Sal 119 (118):1-2, 10-11, 17-18;
Lc 17:26-37
Sábado:
3 Jn 5-8; Sal 112 (111):1-6; Lc 18:1-8
Domingo: Pro 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Sal 128 (127):1-5;
1 Tes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30 [14-15, 19-21]
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Dedicación de la Basílica de san Juan
de Letrán
Lunes:
Trigésima Segunda Semana del Tiempo
Ordinario; San León Magno
Martes:
San Martín de Tours; Día de los Veteranos
Miércoles: San Josafat
Jueves:
Santa Franscisca Xavier Cabrini
Sábado:
San Alberto Magno; Santa María Virgen
dear PADRE
9 de noviembre
¿Cuál es la diferencia entre una iglesia, una catedral,
y una basílica?
La palabra iglesia originalmente no significaba un edificio. Era un término utilizado para designar a los
creyentes reunidos. En el Nuevo Testamento, se utilizó la
iglesia para identificar a los que creían en Jesucristo y
seguian su camino.
Más tarde el término tomó en su definición moderna:
un edificio en la que los creyentes cristianos se reúnen
para el culto, especialmente para celebrar la Eucaristía.
Una catedral es la iglesia del obispo y el jefe de la iglesia
de una diócesis o arquidiócesis. El nombre tiene su origen en cátedra, la "silla del obispo." Los obispos de edad
entregados a sus homilías desde la silla del obispo en la
catedral.
Una basílica es una forma temprana de la construcción de la iglesia se utiliza para el culto cristiano. Este fue
especialmente el caso en
la parte occidental del Imperio Romano después de la
hora de Constantino (siglo IV).
Hoy en día, la basílica es un título honorífico otorgado
a ciertas iglesias por el Papa. Roma tiene cuatro basílicas
mayores: San Juan de Letrán (catedral del Papa, que nos
honra hoy), Fuera de San Pedro en el Vaticano de St.
Paul las paredes, y Santa María la Mayor. Además, un
número de iglesias en Roma y en todo el mundo son
designados basílicas como menores.
Ya sea que adoramos en la basílica de San Pedro en
Roma o en una iglesia parroquial, buscamos acercarnos
más al Señor en nuestra adoración y oraciones.
Padre Nuestro
Esta oración refleja claramente la intimidad que Dios
tenía con su Padre, con su “Abbá”; por ello no tiene como fin primordial pedirle a Dios el pan para el diario vivir.
Tiene como primera finalidad glorificar su nombre,
reconocer su divinidad y pedir que ese reino de justicia,
de paz, de igualdad entre los pueblos venga ya mismo.
Estas obras del Reino de Dios anunciado por Jesús, a
veces casi imperceptibles, es lo que pedimos que venga,
es lo que estamos comprometidos a hacer una realidad.
Sólo hasta que hemos pedido que se haga la voluntad
divina, en nuestra vida, es entonces que pedimos pan
para no desfallecer. No sólo pan material que sacie nuestra hambre sino del pan eucarístico que sacia el hambre
más profunda de los cristianos. La Eucaristía como pan
no es fruto de nuestro crecimiento humano sino que es
don divino; es Dios mismo que se nos da por amor para
que no andemos “como ovejas sin pastor”. El comer este
pan que pedimos tiene consecuencias de perdón y reconciliación; de crear un estilo de vida diferente que glorifique el nombre de Dios con palabras y obras. “Que se
haga su voluntad, así en la tierra como en el cielo”.
—Miguel Arias, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
FALL FESTIVAL
Worldwide
Marriage Encounter
November 8-9, 2014 - “Do you not know that you are
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One Vocation Leads to Another
“Let us not forget that Christian marriage is a vocatiion to holiness in the full sense of the word,
and that the example of holy parents is the first
condition favorable for the flowering of priestly
and religious vocations.” - Poe Benedict XVI
Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down,
shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap.”
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Michael Conejo
Michael Correa
Victor “Pito” Correa
Lirio Jasmine Cruz
Erin Kate Davis
Laura Johnson
Michael Johnson
Luis Juarez
Andrew King
Vincent de Piazza
Tyler Ring
Jeremy Sanchez
Preston Steinkamp
Juana Ventura
Tyler Satsberry
David Mendez
Rosie Muñoz
PRAY FOR/RECEN POR
Bill & Diane Nodier
Randall & Lisa Ryden
Erika Strunk
Adam Shrum
Jessica Glatt
Angela Serven
John McKinzie
Dr. Charles Laburda
Bill & Clare Stufflebeme
Doris Conkle
Chris Wickham
Stephanie Pollock
Robert Sealey
Macy Gonzales
Wayne Martin
Tanner Hammortree
Emma Arndt
Mary Stiles
Linda Kay O’Malley
Gloria Steinkamp
Frances Overton
Luisa Sudderth
Gloria Perez
Rachel Culling
Carole Duke
Sheree Madden
Kelly Jones
Vincent Nicholas
Elizabeth Gerard
John Kollar
Brian Ball
Lisa Hernandez
Elizabeth Kelton
James Klein
Betty Lucus
Jerry Don Belk
Daniel Thompson
Daniel McGrew
Joe Flanagan
George Colley
Kelly Sealey Hooper
Marvin Kenkel
Madel Refujio Longoria
Sonia Longoria
John Woodson
Gailon Wixson
Lisa Ortiz
Estefania Rivera
INFORMATION SHEET
Church name & address:
St. Elizabeth #932980
Bishop Grahmann Center
10th and Maple Street
Bonham TX 75418-3518
Contact person: Margaret Cox @ 903-583-7734
Software: Win Vista SP2, MSPub 2010, Adobe Acrobat XI
Number of pages transmitted: Cover + 4 content pages + this page = 6 (6-4-JL; 1 advt pg)
Transmission day & time: Monday by noon
Special instructions: SEE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEDEX
Please deliver to Bishop Grahmann
Center office,
10th and Maple
Bonham, Texas 75418
Office hours are 10am-3pm Mon-Fri
FedEx shipping address: 916 Maple Street, Bonham TX 75418-3518
Special instructions for FedEx delivery (if
any):Please deliver to Bishop Grahmann
Center office,
Across the street from 916 Maple. Office hours
are 10am-3pm Mon-Fri
FedEx tracking e-mail:
[email protected]