April 5, 2015 – Easter Sunday - Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa

Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Pro Cathedral Founded September 1, 1772
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 7:00 am, and 5:30 pm Vigil
Sunday:: English
Sunday
English:: 7:00 am, 9:00 am,
11:00 am and 6:00 pm
Spanish: 12:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Weekdays:: 7:00 am and 12:10 pm
Weekdays
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday:: 4:00 - 4:30 pm
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From our Pastor......
Because of the arcane formula of vernal equinox, full moon,
and other elements that determine its date, Easter has arrived
early for several years in a row. It surely seems that way to me.
We have barely put away wreaths and swept up pine needles,
and already there are palm branches lying in my backyard.
Neither is it the easiest thing to jump from the joyous warmth
of Christmas to the austerities of Lent, with but a few weeks
in between. Nevertheless, we have arrived at the great day of
wonder and mystery that is both the source and sustenance
of our faith, Easter. All that Jesus of Nazareth taught, even his
miracles, would not be remembered were it not for the event of
Easter, the Resurrection. As said St. Paul said so well, “if Christ
is not raised, your faith is in vain and we remain in our sins.”
More than ever, we need to challenge ourselves to live as people
of the Resurrection; people for which new life is possible even
in the face of death’s memory and despair.
Whether we ourselves are in danger of death, or we mourn the
passing of a loved one, the hope of rising to new life, in body
and in spirit, is the lesson of Easter. It is a lesson not only with
respect to the next world, but for this world as well, knowing
that we have the capacity to rise to new life in the spirit, and to
reclaim authentic hope from seeming hopelessness. Hope, after
Easter Vigil • Vigilia Pascual
8 pm Vigil Mass • Bilingual
April 5
EASTER SUNDAY
DOMINGO DE PASCUA
Masses in Church: 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 am,
1:00 pm Spanish
Masses at MCP Gym: 9:10 & 11:10 am
NOTE: No Evening Masses on Easter Sunday
all, is one of the cardinal virtues of Christian faith. In St.
Paul’s writing, hope binds together the virtues of Faith and
Love. In this sense, it extends beyond our personal horizon,
since abiding Love, or Charity, is our Christian posture
with respect to the wider world. Our calling, as people of
the Resurrection, is to be witnesses for Hope, even beacons
of Hope, in a world that has chosen to follow down the
dark path of fear, anger, violence, and despair for too many
years. A wonderful friend and mentor, Fr. Luke Buckles OP
once said that standing at the foot of the cross, the Blessed
Mother had no reason for human optimism, but she had
every reason to Hope. Given the immeasurable needs of
this world, nothing is possible without Hope. Yet given the
truth of our Faith, that with God nothing is impossible;
no human problem is insurmountable, if our Hope is both
true and alive. Hope is our Christian legacy, and we must
invest it well and wisely. May the Hope of Easter inform
our spirit and guide our lives this day and always.
Fr Russell Brown
Pastor
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Parish Center
Administration
Rev. Russell Brown, Pastor
Rev. Braulio Valencia, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Msgr. Joseph Stieger, In Residence
Rev. Jim Nisbet, In Residence
Deacon Chuck M. Roeder, Permanent Deacon
Deacon Jim Burrows, Permanent Deacon
Mr. James D. Childs, Principal Mission College Prep
Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal Old Mission Elementary
Office:
751 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone: (805) 781-8220 Fax (805) 781-8214
E-mail: o[email protected]
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Wednesdays Noon to 5 pm
Chapel Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 4 pm
Website:
www.missionsanluisobispo.org
Unless otherwise noted, all phone numbers are
Ext. # (Voice Mail Extensions)
26 Fr. Russell Brown
Pastor
16 Fr. Braulio Valencia
Parochial Vicar
32 Deacon Chuck Roeder
Permanent Deacon
14 Deacon Jim Burrows
Permanent Deacon
11 Theresa Shipsey
Business Practices
13 Corina Onato
Office Manager
20 Erika Havens
Office Assistant
15 Terry Burrows
Faith Formation,
Altar Servers
35 Donna Gibson
Youth Ministry
18 Rosalba Torres
19 Patty Moyer Pepper
Pastoral Care Ministry
38 Gayne Pinto-Bennett
Bereavement Ministry
36 Minerva Soto
Gift Shop Manager
22 Iva Svitek
Music Ministry
Jocelyn Roeder
781-8220
Finance Council
Gayla Newman
Ann Palmer
Charles Porter
Bernie Suttle
Chris Will
Schools &
Campus Ministry
Old Mission School
(543-6019)
Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal
761 Broad St., SLO 93401
www.oldmissionschool.com
S
The Little Ones
Jim Burrows
Newman Catholic Center
(543-4105)
Fr. John Ulrich, S.M. and
Fr. Kevin Duggan, S.M.
1472 Foothill, SLO 93401
Ministries
Gift Shop & Museum
(543-6850)
Open 7 days per week
9 am - 4 pm (Winter hours)
(9-5 Summer hours)
Social Justice Ministry
Delores Winje (543-4064)
St. Vincent de Paul
(544-7041)
Public Assistance
Tuesdays at Prado 2-3 pm
Thursdays at Old Mission
3-4 pm by Appointment only
Catholic Charities Office
Old Mission Thrift Store
(541-4464)
Landings Program
Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court # 1162 will meet
on Saturday April 11, 2015 at 10AM in the Serra Room,
Mission San Luis Obispo. Our speaker will be Mrs. Terry
Burrows, Parish Coordinator for Faith Formation and
Altar Server Ministries.
All Catholic women in the
Save the Date
area are welcome.
pring Concert
For more info, please call
544 3358 or 542 9736.
Sunday, April 26 at 3 pm
A buffet lunch will be served.
in the Mission by our parish
music ministry.
(543-2131)
Mr. James D. Childs, Principal
682 Palm St., SLO 93401
Nancy Kelso-Doody
Jack & Eunice Pierce
We hope this year in Lent you have had the time to reflect, to pray
and to listen to the silence of God. Sometimes this is best enjoyed
as we marvel at the wonder of nature. The setting sun, the gentle
waves and even the stormy skies are all a part of our journey
through life. There is hope in the knowledge that we can find peace.
As we approach the Easter Season we have wonderful books,
bibles and prayer books as well as books of spirituality. Our
selection of children’s books is extensive and as always there are
many new additions for the upcoming Communion season.
We hope you will take the time to come in and browse, sit a
while and read, or listen to the music. Our staff is knowledgeable
and friendly – eager to help you or just share a little fellowship.
We are here to serve you 7 days a week, from 9-5PM. You may
also visit us online at www.missionsanluisobispo.org – click on
the Gift Shop for a secure shopping experience.
Mission College Preparatory
(544-2707)
Liturgy Coordinator
(748-0775) Events &
Environment Coordinator
“Looking back, I am filled with gratitude; looking forward,
I am filled with hope; looking upward, I am aware of
strength; looking inward, I find peace.”
541-9110
www.missionthrift.com
2640 Broad Street, SLO
(544-0720)
Mon-Sat 10 AM - 6 PM,
Sunday 12 - 4 PM
Old Mission Cemetery
(541-0584)
©2015 Jim Burrows www.jimburrowsartist.com
Faith Formation Assistant
Words of Wisdom:
Catholic Daughters April Meeting
Use your bar code scanner for quick
access to our Parish Website
Parish Staff & Ministries
Gift Shop News
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A CONTEMPLATIVE
ROSARY
Saturday, April 11, 2015
at 10:00 a.m.
Y
outh Ministry
ALL YOUTH ARE WELCOME!
Find us on Facebook:
Mission Nativity
Youth Night • Every Friday
7:00-8:30 pm in the Youth Center
No Youth Group 4/10 (Spring Break)
Confirmation Year Two:
Praying the Glorious Mysteries
with Scripture and Song.
A Contemplative Rosary
is a pastoral response to
Pope JohnPaul II’s Apostolic Letter
on the Most Holy Rosary
(Rosarium Virginis Mariae),
composed by Bob Hurd in
San Jose, California, May 2005
Monthly Mass at
Old Mission Cemetery
The monthly 1st Saturday Mass at
the Old Mission cemetery for April
will not be on April 4th because
that is Holy Saturday. We invite
you to join us on the 2nd Saturday,
April 11th, at 10 am for this Mass
celebrated by Fr. Philip Garcia.
7:00 (JN) † Ben Maddalena
†Jim Zanoli
9:00 (RB) †William Jeong, Jose Koo & Family
†John Hiensen & Family
†Horace & Jill LaMarre
9:10 at MCP (JN) Intention of Parishioners
†Hilda J. Roza
11:00 (RB) †Zoltan & Ann Gulyas,
†Melvin Fuller
Int of Aurea Cruz
11:10 at MCP (JN) Int of Trish Campana
1:00 (BV) †Myrna Powell
Happy Easter – He has risen!
Wishing you a joyful celebration.
Faith formation meets April 12 &
19 this month. Our first retreat on
the Eucharist is April 19.
Look for this quote in the email
attachment I sent to you on
“Celebrating Easter – ideas for
busy parents”: “An unbiased
observer, perhaps a visitor from
another planet, might conclude that
our Easter celebration is as much a
festival of bunnies, eggs, candy, and
new clothes as a celebration of Jesus’
resurrection.” This Easter you
might help your child make the
connection between baby chicks,
eggs and bunnies as symbols
of new life and then help them
make the connection to Jesus’
resurrection to new life and our
new life in him. Easter blessings!
Blessings, Terry
Terry Burrows at 781-8220 ext. 15, or
[email protected]
Confused Catholic?
L
a Mesa De Los Padres
Committee Members
NEEDED! We also NEED
Robe Makers (people who
can sew and help us make
robes for our “monks”).
La Mesa de Los Padres invites
you to join our planning
committee for this year’s
Dinner and Auction.
Please call Corina
at 781-8220 ext. 13
if you are interested.
8:00 (RB) Int of Benefactors
of Old Mission Parish
†John Hoyne
Please keep the 64 youth preparing for
Confirmation on May 15th in your prayers!
E
With Mission Singers,
and Piano
Holy Sat rday
SUNDAY APRIL 5
lementary Faith
Formation
Saturday, April 11, 2015
at 10:00 a.m.
SATURDAY APRIL 4
Rite of Commitment
Sunday, April 12th 6:00 Mass (last names A-H)
Sunday, April 19th 6:00 Mass (last names J-Z)
MISSION SAN LUIS OBISPO
DE TOLOSA
Mass Intentions
Initials in italics indicate scheduled Presider
Inactive Catholic?
Alienated Catholic?
An Invitation to Consider
COMING HOME AGAIN
(We’ve missed you.)
If you’ve been away from the church,
or are drifting away from it,
if you’ve been hurt by the church,
or are confused or angry because of your
Catholic experience, please consider our
invitation to come and talk with us.
If you are an active Catholic
who would like to assist with this ministry,
we welcome your help.
LANDINGS
Mission San Luis Obispo
Jack Pierce • 541-4464
Easter Sunday
MONDAY APRIL 6
7:00 (JN) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
Int of Patrick Summerhayes
12:10 (RB) †Alfredo Magallanes W. Jr
Int of Anna Dahan
TUESDAY APRIL 7
7:00 (RB) †Christine Allen
†Sam Campise
12:10 (JN) Int of Fr. Joey Buena
†Ray Lee McCorkle
WEDNESDAY APRIL 8
7:00 (JN) † Patti Moerman
Int Anne & Bob Turner
12:10 (RB) †Hilda J. Roza
† Mackie Hall
THURSDAY APRIL 9
7:00 (JN) †Michael Callero
†David Sterling
12:10 (JN) Int. of Kevin Bright
FRIDAY APRIL 10
7:00 (JN) Int of Nancy McDonough
12:10 (JN) Int of Connor Gorman
Int of all Living &
Deceased Veterans
SATURDAY APRIL 11
7:00 (JS) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
5:30 (RB) Int of Theresa Salazar
†Jill LaMarre
SUNDAY APRIL 12
2nd Sunday of Easter
7:00 (JN) †Bill & Joan Clark
†Marie Podesta
9:00 (JN) †Joe & Lena Parotti
†William Jeong, Jose Koo & Family,
†John Hiensen & Family
11:00 (JN) †Hilda J. Roza
†Delia Leon
12:30 (RB) †David Sterling
6:00 (RB) Int of Jacque Sterling & Family
7:30 (RB) Intention of Parishioners
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Prayer Requests...
If you or a member of your family
would like the faith community of
Mission Parish to join you in prayers
for special needs, contact the parish
office at 781-8220. We do occasionally
take some names off of the list printed
in the bulletin. The current list contains
names received since April 1, 2014.
If we have taken a name from the printed list of a
person still in need of prayers, please give us a call
and we will happily put him or her back on. Please
take some time this week to remember the following
in your prayers:
• For all in our parish family who are suffering
serious or terminal illness
• For Armed Forces Men and Women on Active
Duty, and for
Cindy Bebereia
Claude Alvis
Dave Anderson
Virginia Aranico
Santos Arrona
Margaret Askelund
Celia Bautista
Delia Bautista
Ereberto Bautista
Taylor Blete
Susan Bliss
Ines Bongio
Paul Bonjour
Jerry Bonsato
Barbara Boyle
Kevin Bright
Jolene Carman
Brina, Cody and Eli
Donna Casalegno
Charlene Casciola
Sylvia Cazier
David Cicinato
Maryanne Cicinato
Regina Clarke
Shawn Clarke
Jeff Cole
Helen Collins
Cathy Connor
Elena Corbelli
Renee Curco
Anna Dahan
Nancy & John Deering
John Deering, Jr
Lorie Deito
Imelda Delossanpos
Roberta Dengate
Santiago, Camila Diaz
Kambria Doherty
Joan Duclos
Jinah Duncan
Richard Engel
Erich and Susi
Griffth Flick
Katherin Folkerts
Kay Foster
Gladys Fraund & Family
Charles Freeman
Vivian Fuller
Christian Garcia
Guadalupe Garcia
Mary Ella Garder
Nadia Ghobrial
Hank Gibbs
Michael Glynn
Spencer Godsey
Dorothy Ellis Goldberg
Walt Gonyer
Enedina Gonzalez
Mary Grimes
Median Guideal
Paula Gurney
Garney and Vicky Hall
Christopher Hernandez
Kay Heton
Gary Hitchcock
Teresa Illicete
Misael Jaimes
Bea Jeong
Russ Kiger
Jimmy Kitchens
Curry Koehler
Nate Kovesdi
Rachel Kovesdi
Betty Ann Lile
Maria Limon
Manuel Luvano
Javier Maldonado
Yaneli Maldonado
Norma Mangabat
Cathy Martin
Ernie Martin
Cipriano Martinez
Justeniano Martinez
Pedro Martinez
Rufina Martinez
Nancy McDonough
Marsha McGowan
Christina M McMasters
The Medeiros Family
Georgina Mele
Enrique Melendez
Ellen Miller
Judith Moreno
Cecilia Nievez
Eliodoro Nievez
Jesse Nieves
Julian Nieves
Julianna Nievez
Nievez Family
Nancy Ochs
Bill Oldson
James Oldson
Don Owens
Mabelle Pence
Brian Porterfield &
Family
Sean Porterfield
Frank Reed
Joan Rostain
Jerry Salmina
Rose Santos
Peter Schellin
Halley Scott
Steve Smith
Karen Strand
Donna Strong
Diane Suderman
Derek Thoele
Pax Thomas
Shannon Thompson
Emily Tilton
Felipe Trejo
Veronica Trejo
The Vargas Family
Juana Velasquez
Susanna Velasquez
Nick Valentine
Gordon Wilcher
R.I.P. † All who have died this week.
ADULT
ENRICHMENT
Fr. Jim Nisbet’s
Scripture Class
7:00 pm Mondays in the Hall
10:30 am Tuesdays in the Hall
The classes run one hour
each in the form of a lecture
with opportunity for
questions at the end. They
are separate areas of studies.
Scripture Study
Reflect on Readings for this
coming Sunday’s Masses.
Scripture study meets each
Wednesday at l:00 pm,
following the 12:10 Mass in
the Serra room. We read the
scripture for the following
Sunday and reflect on and
discuss the readings. As
a group we nourish one
another by sharing our faith
and reflecting on our own
experiences in our journey.
Missalettes and other
materials are provided. Any
questions? Please call the
Parish Center at 781-8220.
Pray the Rosary
With Us Every MONDAY
evening at 5:45 pm, we pray
the Rosary. Share devotions
and petitions while praying as
a spiritual community in our
historic Old Mission CHAPEL.
Please join us and stay for one
or more decades of the rosary.
Ave Maria, Friends!
Interested in
Becoming Catholic?
Is God calling you? If you are
someone who is not Catholic,
or has not completed your
sacraments, but you feel like
you are being called in this
direction - come and explore.
Call Terry in the parish office
for more information.
781-8220 ext. 15 or email
[email protected]
C
OME SHARE THE JOY
OF THE GOSPEL!
*** Save the Dates - You are invited ***
Social Justice is sponsoring a study group to
prayerfully reflect on Pope Francis’ Apostolic
Exhortation, “The Joy of the Gospel.” We will
provide soup for a soup supper preceding each
study session.
Who: Everyone is encouraged and welcome to
participate
When: Six consecutive Tuesdays, April 7, 14, 21, 28,
May 5, 12.
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: Mission San Luis Obispo Serra Room
Bring: Soup bowl and spoon.
Study guides and the text of
“The Joy of the Gospel” will be available.
Info: 544-2086
COME SHARE THE JOY WITH US!
Social Justice Ministry
meets the first Tuesday of every month
at 7 pm in the Serra Center. Join us to
learn what our new projects are, and
what you can do to help.
Mother Teresa wrote: “Joy must be one
of the pivots of our life. It is the token
of a generous personality”. As we celebrate the
beautiful liturgies of the joyful Easter weekend,
we hope that all our generous parishioners
experience a lasting joy in their lives.
We invite you to explore how we can find
continuing joy by joining us for the next six
Tuesday evenings to study Pope Francis’ “The
Joy of the Gospel”. We will provide soup and
bread (please bring your own bowl and spoon)
starting at 6:00, in the Mission Serra Room,
followed by a guided study of the letter.
We hope to see you this Tuesday, April 7, 6:00,
in the Serra Room.
“May the light of Christ, rising in glory, dispel the
darkness of our hearts and minds. Let this place
resound with joy, echoing the mighty song of all
God’s people!”
Prayer from the Easter Vigil Mass.
Mother’s Day Cards and Flowers
are here! Treat your Mom and benefit
ALPHA moms.
Starting April 9 /10 and through May 2 / 3,
Mother’s Day cards will be available. Orders
for bouquets will be taken and can be delivered
before Mother’s Day, May 9th. For information,
contact Faith Ann at 544-5634, or call the ALPHA
office at 541-3367.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
He is risen! May the joy of Easter be with you. Let Marriage Encounter help
you resurrect the romance in your marriage. Sign up today to attend one of the
upcoming Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends on May 1-3, 2015, at the
Saint Francis Retreat Center in San Juan Bautista, California or July 17-19, 2015 at
St. Anthony’s Retreat Center in Three Rivers, California. For more information
call Mary Jo and Rich Castello, at 831-704-6322 ([email protected]) or register
online at centralcawwme.org.
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March 29, 2015 • Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
Old Mission School
The families and staff
of Old Mission School
wish everyone in the
parish a most holy fifty
days of Easter! May the
hope and compassion of this season
renew and transform our lives!
Old Mission School will not be
in session this week as staff and
families celebrate the resurrection of
Jesus with a much appreciated week
of vacation. School will resume as
we gather for prayer and joyfully
sing Alleluia at morning assembly
on Monday, April 13.
Old Mission Catholic School is
currently accepting applications for
preschool through eighth grade. Our
entire school community is dedicated to
the development of socially responsible
citizens for the twenty-first century
who are spiritually empowered,
academically enriched, and morally
accountable for their actions. For more
information or to obtain an application,
please visit our website at www.
oldmissionschool.com or call 543-6019.
Come see us. We have openings, and
we have financial assistance. A Catholic
education is an advantage for life.
Readings For This Week
Listen and remember through Word and Bread
Sun, 4/5: Acts 10:34a, 37-43;
Ps 118:1-2,16-17, 22-23;
Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8;
Jn 20:1-9 or Mk 16:1-7
Mon, 4/6: Acts 2:14, 22-33;
Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11; Mt 28:8-15
Tue, 4/7: Acts 2:36-41; Ps 33:4-5,18-20, 22;
Jn 20:11-18
Wed, 4/8: Acts 3:1-10; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9;
Lk 24:13-35
Thur, 4/9: Acts 3:11-26; Ps 8:2ab, 5-9;
Lk 24:35-48
Fri, 4/10: Acts 4:1-12; Ps 118:1-2, 4, 22-27a;
Jn 21:1-14
Sat, 4/11: Acts 4:13-21; Ps 118:1,14-15ab,16-21;
Mk 16:9-15
Sun, 4/12: Acts 4:32-35; Ps 118:2-4,13-15,22-24;
1 Jn 5:1-6; Jn 20:19-31
Infant Baptism:
Registered parishioners may call
781-8220, x35 for information
and dates about baptism for their
children. Baptism classes:
Spanish class will be April 6 at 7 pm
English class will be April 26 at 2 pm
We thank all who contributed towards
wards
our Easter Decorations this year.
Many people also included the names of loved ones
to be recognized both in memory of and in honor of. They are:
Roland Maddalena; Matthew, Will & Daniel Coudray; Octavia & Michael
Calonico; Emilio Raposo-Silva; Helen Spear Wolfe; Anna, Thomas & Vernon
Grady; Dave & Sally Cementina; Philip Patane, Sr.; Brennan & Fraund
Families; Frances Mcnamara, Blanche T. & Blanche M. McNamara, Merilda
McAuliffe, King McAuliffe, Ramonetti Family; Mom & Dad - Jim & Sally Hall, Karen & Michael
Moran; Jim Zanoli, Harriet & Wilfred Zanoli, Charles & Lucille Berkemeyer, Roseland Fish and
all other deceased members of the Zanoli & Berkemeyer families; Ruth Eastick, George Eastick,
James Bassi, Margaret Bassi; Carl & Cathy Snider; Stan & Elly Cole, Susan Cole, Ida Mercer;
Jill LaMarre; Joseph & Kathleen Reilly; Terra Families, Wendt Families; Zoltan & Ann Gulyas,
Melvin Fuller, Karen Gulyas, Margaret Moskal, Craig Roy, Theresa Herdliska; Rosalia Zavala,
Feliza Zavala, Robert Braun; Cora Navoni, Joe Navoni, Larry Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez, Luz
Ramirez, Simon Ramirez, Richard Ramirez, Gus Salmen, Margaret Salmen, Mildred Martin,
Edna Wiswell, Maria Jovanovic, Kathleen Seawold, Lorraine Johnson, Lenard Branzuella,
Allen Righetti, Fr. Frank, Steve Davis, Chivo Garcia, Jack O’Mahoney, Ralph Franzone; Helen
Cameron; George & Virginia Goss, Goss & Mullen family members, Daniel Towery; T.J. Miller,
Germina Bio, Brian Bio, Anna Deis; Francis & John Plucinski, Plucinski Family; Claire Devins,
Amelia and Elwood Mouat; Dean Cork, Martha & Dante Bianchi; Oscar & Germaine Courcy,
Wilford & Regina Cram, all deceased Courcys, Crams, Phaneufs, and Honsas; Sheila Mary
Tobin Shea; Jack, John and Michael Callero, Mae & Bill Lewellyn, Rose & Leo St. Claire,
Eleanor & Antone Callero, Billie & Art Carey, John Podesta, Al Teglea, Alice Agresta; Marian
Bettencourt; John & Aldora Santos, Albert & Elfrieda Brown; John Richard “Rick” Framme;
Ralph & Dorothy Orstaed; P.R. Corda, Lorraine Hendry, Lucile Loughlin & Wm Loughlin, Ida &
Battista Corda, George Sousa, Harold Miossi, Martha Fernandez; Evelyn Worrell, Lee Worrell,
Barbara Smith; Manuel & Maria Macebo, Mary A. Menezes; Alex & Jeffrey Quaglino, A.H.
& Wilma Brazil; Marty Nicholson, Arlene Zanchuck, Joshua Strickland, David Zank; Edward
Chizek, Martha Chizek, Ferdinand Marcotte, Loretta Marcotte, Zella Schneider; Jose Koo Family,
William Jeong, John Heinsen and Family, all the prayer requests; Emille & Rosalie Rostain;
Bernard, James, Erma, Christine, Irvin, Betty, Marlice, Merle, Nancy, John, Cal, Ralph, Doris,
Belly, Bob, Clara, Ed, Virginia, Lydia, Jerry, Jane, Gumersendo, Paulina, Consulacion, Alicia,
Antonia, Expedito, Tino, Reynaldo, Joey, Caljun, Razel, Pastor, Carpo, Cornilio, Miguel, Taudora,
Donisia, Florentino, Gelerma, Contancio, Arselly.
We also thank those people who donated and asked to remain anonymous.
Note: I did my best to spell names correctly and apologize for any I was unable to transcribe.
This Week...........................
Saturday
April 4
Holy Saturday
No Reconciliation today • Only One Mass today
8 pm Vigil Mass - Bilingual
Easter Vigil of the Lord’s Resurrection
Sunday
April 5
Easter Sunday
Masses in Church: 7:00, 9:00, 11 am,
1:00 pm Spanish
Masses at MCP Gym: 9:10 & 11:10 am
No Evening Masses on Easter Sunday
Monday
April 6
HOLIDAY - Easter
Offices Closed
5:45 pm Rosary Group -Chapel
7 pm Fr. Jim’s Scripture Study -Hall
Tuesday
April 7
10:30 am Fr. Jim’s Scripture Study -Hall
7 pm Social Justice -Serra Center
6 pm Knights of Columbus -Hall
Wednesday
April 8
1 pm Scripture Study -Serra Ctr
6:30 pm ProCathedral Choir -Church
Thursday
April 9
Friday
April 10
NO Youth Night -This Week
Saturday
April 11
10 am Sung Rosary - Church
10 am Catholic Daughters -Serra Center
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sunday
April 12
2nd Sunday of Easter
9 am Coffee & Donuts Social -after mass
10:30 am Elementary Faith Formation
- Grades 1-6 at Old Mission School
Our
Weekly Offering
12,500
The Old Mission Budget
requires $9,500.00 per week
to meet expenses.
10,500
No updates available
this week
because
The collection
for
Sunday, September 19, 2010
of early
wasBulletin
$ 11,105. *
*includes $ 2,980. Electronic Funds
Deadline.
Transfer donations this week.
11,500
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Domingo de Resurección
BÚSQUEDA
El Domingo de Pascua es un día para la búsqueda.
Las primeras comunidades cristianas se reunían
alrededor de los apóstoles para conocer más sobre la
vida y el ministerio del Señor Jesús. San Pablo les dijo
a los colosenses bautizados que buscaran “las cosas
de arriba”. María Magdalena fue a la tumba para
encontrar el cuerpo del Señor y ungirlo. Nosotros
vamos a la iglesia el Domingo de Pascua buscando
muchas cosas. Para algunos de nosotros, este es un
trayecto anual cuando
buscamos conectarnos con
el fundamento de la fe
cristiana. Para otros, este
día es la culminación de
una larga trayectoria de
arrepentimiento durante la
Cuaresma. Para los nuevos
bautizados es el primer día
de una nueva vida llena de
promesas y expectativas.
No importa lo que sea que
busquemos, inspirémonos con la acción del discípulo
amado de Jesús quien al ver el sudario dentro de la
tumba “vio y creyó”.
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Felices Pascuas – ¡Resucitó!
Les deseamos una celebración llena de gozo
FECHAS IMPORTANTES EN EL MES DE ABRIL
12 y 19 de abril - Clases de formación en la fe
19 de abril - Retiro de Primera Comunión
22 de abril- Junta para padres de familia
(6pm en el Salón Parroquial)
Esta Pascua puede ayudar a sus hijos a reconocer los
símbolos de pollitos, huevos y conejos como símbolos
de nueva vida y entonces ayudarles a hacer la conexión
de estos símbolos con la resurrección de Jesús a una
vida nueva y a nuestra nueva vida en Él. ¡Bendiciones
de Pascua!
Terry Burrows - [email protected] - 781-8220 ext. 15
y en Español con Rosalba Torres - 781-8220 ext.18
Quinceañeras
Avisar a la oficina con seis meses de anticipación.
1. Llame para verificar que el templo y el sacerdote
están disponibles para la fecha deseada.
2. Llame a la coordinadora de Ceci Pimienta, al
(719) 671-9675 para seguir el proceso de preparación.
BAUTISMOS
¿Qué es un jubileo? (Parte 1)
Ya que el Santo Padre Francisco ha anunciado un año
jubilar de la Divina Misericordia, es oportuno entender
mejor el concepto del jubileo. En la tradición católica,
el Jubileo es un gran acontecimiento religioso. Es el año
de la remisión de los pecados y de sus penas. Es el año
de la reconciliación, de la conversión y de la penitencia
sacramental. En consecuencia, es el año para renovar la
solidaridad, la esperanza, la justicia, y el empeño por
servir a Dios con el gozo de restaurar la paz con los
hermanos.
El Año Jubilar es, ante todo, el Año de Cristo, portador
de la vida y de la gracia para la humanidad.
Sus orígenes se remontan al Antiguo Testamento. La
ley de Moisés había determinado para el pueblo Hebreo
un año particular: “Declararéis santo el año cincuenta,
y proclamaréis en la tierra liberación para todos sus
habitantes. Será para vosotros un jubileo; cada uno
recobrará su propiedad, y cada cual regresará a su
familia” (Lev 25, 10).
La trompeta con que se anunciaba este año particular
era un cuerno de carnero macho, que se llama “yobel”
en hebreo, de ahí la palabra “Jubileo”. La celebración de
este año llevaba consigo, entre otras cosas, la restitución
de las tierras a sus antiguos propietarios, la remisión de
las deudas, la liberación de los esclavos, y el reposo de la
tierra. (Continuará).
UN PUEBLO PASCUAL
¡Somos un pueblo pascual y el aleluya es nuestra canción!
—San Agustín
Los feligreses registrados en la Misión de San Luis
Obispo pueden llamar al 781-8220 para obtener
información y fechas para bautizar a sus hijos. Las clases
de bautismo en español son el primer lunes de cada mes.
Los consejeros certificados de Caridades
Católicas de la Diócesis de Monterey
continuarán brindando asistencia a
aquellos que necesiten solicitar
cobertura médica de Covered California
hasta el día 30 de abril de 2015. Esta
oportunidad de inscripción especial es
para aquellos que no sabían que serían
multados por no estar asegurados en
el 2014 o que se enteraron de que podrían recibir una
multa en el 2015 por no contar con cobertura médica.
Para obtener mayor información acerca de esta prórroga y la
para hacer una cita, llame a su oficina de Caridades Católicas
en San Luis Obispo al (805) 541-9110
¿Tiene amigos y conocidos
que se preguntan cuál es el
significado del Catolicismo?
¿Tiene familiares o amigos que se
han alejado de la fe o que no han
recibido todos tus sacramentos?
Invítelos a investigar la verdad
de ser Católico.
Haga una cita con Terry Burrows
llamando al 781-8220, ext. 15 o por email:
[email protected]
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