Bulletin - Saint Rose of Lima Parish

St. Rose of Lima Parish
Parroquia Santa Rosa de Lima
In Christ, We are Bread for one another:
Broken… we gather.
Nourished… we reach out.
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En Cristo, Somos Pan para cada uno:
Lo Dividimos… Nos Juntamos.
Alimentados… tendemos la mano.
Do We Believe?
April 12, 2015
DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
We have come to know St. Thomas as “doub ng Thomas,” although the other
Apostles did not believe in the Resurrec on instantly and were very much like
him. St. Thomas’ doubts may be our own as well. The dialogue between Jesus
and St. Thomas helps us to see what Easter faith is like.
St. Thomas’ first doubt was hesita on about the truth of the Resurrec on
because he could not see the Risen Lord. He represents the transi on we must
make from looking for a visual experience of Christ to experiencing the invisible,
spiritual presence of Christ in others and in the Sacraments.
Although we cannot see the Lord, He is much present with us in the Sacraments,
in the life of the Church and in the community. The Easter candle symbolizes His
real presence for us; that’s the reason the priest incenses it with great respect
and devo on throughout the Easter Season. Christ is not the candle, but it
reminds us that He is among us. Even though we cannot see Him with our eyes,
we can reach Him through faith and, especially, prayer. Our Easter faith and
saving contact with the Risen Lord is not visual but spiritual.
St. Thomas’ second doubt had to do with Jesus’ nail marks and wounds. He
doubted that these wounds could lead to Risen glory. He knew that those
wounds were real. If the person appearing had them, then he would believe that
Christ is truly risen.
The Easter candle has five wounds represented on it. Jesus conquered death and
rose to glory. Through Easter faith, we not only survive suffering and setbacks,
we also come through them to new life and victory. Easter faith means that we
don’t have to stay behind closed doors, fearful of what might happen in our life.
St. Thomas’ third doubt was that the Risen Christ really forgave the Apostles for
abandoning Him. They had le their Master and Thomas found it hard to believe
that the Lord returned with forgiveness for them.
Maybe we have doubts that Jesus really forgives us. This is also part of our Easter
faith. Our life as individuals and as a parish are not always as ideal as that
portrayed in the Acts of the Apostles: “They were one and had all in common.”
The gi of Christ’s forgiveness gives us the power to seek healing and to receive
a new start from Him. Jesus’ forgiveness that we receive in the Sacrament of
Confession is the healing power of Easter at work in our souls.
We know that everything that happens to us, even our wounds, can lead to new
life. We know that we can always receive Christ’s forgiveness and begin again. It
is through ra onal faith, not through visions, that
we can know the same salva on, forgiveness,
grace and union with Christ that the very Apostles
knew. It is surrender to Christ that saves.
11701 Clopper Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20878-1024
 PHONE: 301-948-7545  FAX: 301-869-2170
 EMERGENCIES (A er Hours): 301-355-8191
 CANCELLATION INFORMATION: x307
 WEBSITE: www.strose-parish.org
EUCHARIST / EUCARISTÍA
Historic Chapel / Capilla Histórica
Monday-Friday................................... 8:30 am (English)
1er Viernes ........................................ 7:00 pm (Español)
Sunday............................................... 7:15 am (English)
1er Dimanche................................... 10:00 am (Français)
2nd Sunday ........................................ 5:00 pm (Tagalog)
Church / Iglesia
Saturday Vigil ..................................... 5:00 pm (English)
Sunday...... 8:45 am (English) & 11:15 am (English + ASL)
Domingo ........................................... 1:00 pm (Español)
RECONCILIATION / RECONCILIACIÓN
Historic Chapel / Capilla Histórica
Thursday........................ 7:00-9:00 pm (English/Español)
Church / Iglesia
Saturday ..................................... 4:00-4:30 pm (English)
Domingo .................................... 2:15-3:15 pm (Español)
BAPTISM PREPARATION /
PREPARACIÓN PARA BAUTIZO
Bap sm Classes
Begin while pregnant or awai ng adop on. Bap sms
will not be scheduled un l classes have been completed.
Parents MUST pre-register to a end. Two sessions are
required. 2015: May 2 & 16, more TBD
Clases para Bau smo
Comience cuando este embarazada o esperando una
adopción. Los Bau zos no se podrán programar hasta
que las clases hayan sido completadas. Los padres
TIENEN que pre-registrarse para atender. Dos sesiones
se requieren. 2015: mayo 2 y 16, sep embre 12 y 19,
noviembre 7 y 14
NEWCOMER’S GATHERING /
REUNIÓN DE NUEVOS MIEMBROS
Church / Iglesia
2o Domingo ...................................... 12:00pm (Español)
2nd Sunday ........................................ 12:30pm (English)
OTHER SERVICES / OTROS SERVICIOS
Stephen Ministry
Ralph Bally, 301-873-0487 (English)
Zita Tepie, 301-519-1527 (English)
Julie Diaz, 301-519-8654 (Español)
Accessibility / Fácil Acceso
Hearing systems, accessible sea ng, large print worship
guides and an ASL interpreter (11:15am) are available. /
Aparatos ampliadores de sonido y asientos accesibles
están disponibles.
Woodlands Room Rental / Eventos de Alquiler
Maria Cris na Peano, [email protected]
LITURGY SCHEDULE / HORARIO DE LITURGIA
3rd Sunday of Easter / 3er Domingo de Pascua
Cycle B - April 18/19, 2015
Historic Chapel:
Sun., 7:15 am Fr. Agus n Mateo
Church:
Sat., 5:00 pm
Sun., 8:45 am
Sun., 11:15 am
Sun., 1:00 pm
Fr. Quinn Conners
Fr. Agus n Mateo
Fr. Tony Krisak
Fr. Francis Russo
(Español)
Scriptures:
Acts 3: 13-15, 17-19
1 John 2:1-5a
Luke 24:35-48
Liturgical Ministers:
Team C
Bread Bakers:
Group 11
CONGRATULATIONS TO THOSE CELEBRATING /
FELICITACIONES A AQUELLOS QUE CELEBRAN
Bap sm / Bau zo
Joyce Kekeli Apenou (April 5)
Juliana Holali Apenou (April 5)
Donatello Clifford Ryan
MASS INTENTIONS / INTENCIONES DE LAS MISAS
† Deceased
Tue., 4/14 8:30 HC
Wed., 4/15 8:30 HC
Thu., 4/16 8:30 HC
Fri., 4/17 8:30 HC
Sat., 4/18 5:00 CH
Sun., 4/19 7:15 HC
Sun., 4/19 8:45 CH
Sun., 4/19 11:15 CH
Sun., 4/19 1:00 CH
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WORSHIP / ADORACIÓN
Divine Mercy Sunday
Divine Mercy Sunday points us to the
merciful love of God that lies behind
the whole Paschal Mystery — the
whole mystery of the death, burial and
resurrec on of Christ — made present
for us in the Eucharist. In this way, it
also sums up the whole Easter Octave.
As Pope John Paul II pointed out in his
Regina Caeli address on Divine Mercy
Sunday, 1995: “the whole octave of
Easter is like a single day,” and the
Octave Sunday is meant to be the day
of “thanksgiving for the goodness God has shown to man in
the whole Easter mystery.” Please come and pray the Divine
Mercy Chaplet at 10:30am this Sunday, April 12. “For the sake
of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us and on the whole
world.” ~ Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Liturgical Ministers For Special Celebra ons
Liturgical Ministers of all kinds are need to help with
Confirma on (Fri., Apr. 24, 7:00pm) and First Holy Communion
(Sat., May 9, 10:00am). Sign-up sheets are located in the back
of the Historic Chapel and in the Church Foyer.
* Living
Catalino & Encarnacion Cabe, by Family
Sandy Wilson, by Laura Wallerstedt
Loved Ones, by Stephen F. Burt
David A. Garner, by Jane Torell
Mary Anne Coz, by the Barsi Family
Marie Clou er, by John & Connie Del Barba
William Schorman, by Nanne e King
Christopher Pagara, by Lane Tuason
N. Fernan-Zegarra & M. Romero, by Family
PLEASE PRAY FOR / POR FAVOR RECE POR...
Those who are sick / Aquellos quienes están enfermos:
Zabrina Abad, Sofia Anderson, Roy Apel, Stephen Ashman, George
Aubin, Bill Bartle , Tom Bayne, Mary Lou Beane, Ellen Beedle, Joan
Berado, Lois Carnes, Paola Cas llo, Pratap Chirayath, Daniel Downey
Jr., Salvador Escalante, Raina Evans, Marco Garcia, Don Gisin, Fred
Gleitsmann, Elizabeth Johnston, Ingrid Jones, Erin Joost, Mary Julius,
Anne Krause, Michael Lindsey, Yi Liu, Michael Mahsetkey, Karen
Mallen, Alfonso Mar nez, Carlota Mar nez, Stephano Ma ana, Josie
Ma ero, Elizabeth McCracken, Sarah Isabella Mojica-Muriel, Andrew
Morton, Natalie Neary, Rodolfo Padilla, Rebecca Parrilla, Freda
Perkins, Anthony Reid, Joanne Reid, Mary Rhoads, Alfredo Rodriguez,
Maria Jose Sarceño, Donna Shaw, Anna Sieber, Luis Somarriba, Paula
Turner, Marie Valen ne, Carla Vargas, Kay Volo and Kathy Wessman.
Those who have died / Aquellos que han fallecido:
Sarah Cardoza, wife of Jake Cardoza
Avery Heino, niece of Gina & Mike Kidwell
Victor Meyer, father of Wayne Meyer
David Pennypacker, husband of Derry Velardi
Lino Vargas Perez, father of Graciela Vargas
Help Prepare the Feast
Do you like ge ng things in order? Do you like preparing for
guests? If so, you might consider joining the ministry of
Sacristan. Sacristans prepare before Mass by se ng up
vessels, ligh ng candles, etc., to get ready for all who come to
share in the Eucharis c feast. This can be done as a family
ministry. Serve once every three weeks. Training provided.
Help is needed at most Mass mes; but especially at 8:45am.
INFO: Valerie Evans, [email protected] .com
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
EMHCs are needed at the 5:00pm, 8:45am and 11:15am
Masses. You must be Confirmed and 18+ years old. Training is
provided. Serve once every three weeks. INFO: Mike
Ballen ne, mike_ballen [email protected] or 301-528-5801
Mystagogia: Unpack a Life-Changing Experience!
Our newly bap zed (neophytes) will be sharing their
experience of the Easter Vigil at a pot-luck gathering this
Sunday, April 12, at 4:30pm, in the Woodlands Room. Details
are in the Community sec on of this bulle n. All are welcome!
Weekend Retreat for People Facing Serious Illness
May 22-24, Dominican Retreat House, McLean, VA. This
retreat is specially planned for men and women facing serious
physical illness. Doctors, nurses, priests, nuns and helpers will
be present around the clock. Scheduling allows plenty of me
for rest and reflec on. FREE. This is a non-smoking
weekend. To register, call 703-356-4243 as soon as possible.
Registra on closes May 12. INFO: Doug Sebek, 703-477-5681.
TAKE THE SURVEY / PARTICIPAR EN LA ENCUESTA
LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD - FR. MATEO & THE PASTORAL COUNCIL WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Fr. Mateo and the Pastoral Council are working on a pastoral planning process to help iden fy goals and objec ves for the parish for the
coming years. Your opinions and thoughts about your parish are an important part of this work! Let your voice be heard by comple ng a
survey about the various areas of parish life. NOTE: This is not the survey regarding Family Life that has recently been publicized.
¡DEJE QUE SU VOZ SEA OÍDA - PADRE MATEO Y EL CONSEJO PASTORAL QUIEREN SABER DE USTED!
Padre Mateo y el Consejo Pastoral están trabajando en un proceso de planificación pastoral para ayudar a iden ficar metas y obje vos para
la parroquia para los próximos años. ¡Sus opiniones y pensamientos acerca de su parroquia son una parte importante de este trabajo! Deje
que su voz sea escuchada al completar una encuesta acerca de las diversas áreas de la vida parroquial. NOTA: Esta no es la encuesta sobre la
vida en familia que recientemente se ha publicitado.
TAKE THE SURVEY / PARTICIPAR EN LA ENCUESTA:
ONLINE VERSION (English)
VERSIÓN EN LÍNEA (español)
PAPER VERSION / VERSIÓN DE PAPEL
CON ASISTENCIA (español)
DEADLINE / FECHA TOPE
h ps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Pastoral_Council_Survey_2015_English
h ps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Encuesta_del_Consejo_Pastoral_2015_espanol
Available in the Church Foyer / Disponible en el ves bulo de la iglesia
domingo, 12 de abril, depués de la misa de 1:00pm
Sunday, April 12, 5:00pm / domingo, 12 de abril, 5:00pm
SERVICE / SERVICIO
EDUCATION / EDUCACIÓN
Food, Fellowship, and Stories By & For Veterans
The Great Fi y Days
Join veterans and ac ve-duty military service members for
coffee, cookies and stories at the new Dog Tag Bakery in
Georgetown! KICK OFF: Friday, April 17, 6:30pm, Dog Tag
Bakery, 3206 Grace Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007.
ONGOING: April 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22. Co-sponsored by Dog Tag
Bakery and the Archdiocese of Washington. RSVP via Event
Brite: h ps://eventbrite.com/event/16243658219/ INFO: Sherry
Moitoza, [email protected]
Easter is not just a day; it is a season that begins on Easter Sunday and
con nues un l Pentecost (7 weeks). This period is known as the Great
Fi y Days, during which we celebrate the Lord’s resurrec on, His
appearance to the disciples a er Easter, His post-resurrec on
teachings, His ascension into heaven, and the disciples’ eager
an cipa on of the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. The Great
Fi y Days of Easter are also the me when our neophytes (those
bap zed at the Easter Vigil) and those who have reaffirmed their
bap smal vows reflect on the meaning of their bap sm. Through the
lec onary texts they explore the “mysteries” of their faith. The early
church called this period “mystagogia.” We, along with the neophytes
and newly received, unpack the mysteries of our faith. We enter the
Great Fi y Days, uncovering anew the mysteries of faith expressed in
sacrament, word, and life lived for others.
Rise and Shine with UCR
Upcounty Community Resources presents “Rise and Shine with
Spirit.” Classes begin Thursday, April 23, 11:00am-12:00pm at
Mother Seton Church in Germantown. This exercise program is
open to all adults with developmental differences and aims to
increase func onal flexibility and strength. Cer fied Personal
Trainers knowledgeable in behavior management lead this
class. INFO: h p://ucresources.org/event/rise-and-shine-withspirit/2015-04-30/ or [email protected]
CRS Rice Bowl: Return your Lenten Gi
Our community changed lives this Lent, and CRS Rice Bowl
wants to say THANK YOU!! Don’t forget to turn in your Rice
Bowl THIS WEEK in the Church Foyer or Woodlands Room.
St. Rose Summer Camp Registra on
REGISTRATION: www.strose-parish.org. THEME: "Amazing Angels and
Super Saints." CAMP: Mon., July 27 - Fri., July 31, 9:00am-12:00pm.
Extended Day (12:00-3:00pm) offered for addi onal fee (space is
limited.) Main Camp: Ages 3 (Po y Trained) - 4th Grade; Leadership
Training Camp: 5th - 8th Grade; Camp Volunteers: 9th Grade - Age
17. COST: $50/child, $150 max/family (includes daily snack & camp tshirt). Adult volunteers needed—work all week to get a 50% discount
for your children or grandchildren. Adult volunteers must complete
Archdiocesan Background Check & Training by June 15. INFO: Kathryn
Heetderks, 1-520-SRLCAMP or [email protected]
April Is Child Abuse Preven on Month
The Archdiocese of Washington has codes of conduct adults
must follow to create safe environments and protect children.
Reading and following the code in all situa ons creates a culture
of protec on and keeps our children safer. To learn more about
Child Protec on in the Archdiocese of Washington, visit h p://
www.adw.org/childprotec on/. There are links to resources,
accountability, repor ng, na onal efforts and much more. The
more you know, the safer our children are.
Bap sm Prepara on Session Leaders Needed
Are you willing to help parents in this first step of their child‘s faith
journey? Leaders must commit to leading two Saturday morning
forma on sessions, once a year. Training is provided. We also need
people to set up hospitality on scheduled Saturdays before the
8:45am sessions. INFO: Chris ne Jeffrey, cjeff[email protected]
COMMUNITY / COMUNIDAD
Easter Feas ng: Come to a Pot Luck Dinner
& Celebrate With Our New Catholics!
STEWARDSHIP /
CORRESPONSABILIDAD
Sun., Apr. 12, 4:30-6:30pm, Woodlands Room. All are welcome to
celebrate with our Neophytes and Newly Received (those who
received sacraments of ini a on at the Easter Vigil)! PLEASE BRING
TO SHARE: A food item (everyone) and a beverage (last name A-G)
or a dessert (last name H-Z). INFO: cjeff[email protected]
Crea on Care Outreach
Festejo de Pascua: Ven a una Comida Comunitaria
& Celebra Con Nuestros Nuevos Católicos!
Estate Planning Seminar
Domingo, abril 12, 4:30-6:30pm, Salón Woodlands. Todos son
bienvenidos a celebrar con nuestros Neófitos y Recién Recibidos
(aquellos que recibieron los sacramentos de iniciación en la Vigilia
Pascual)! POR FAVOR TRAIGA PARA COMPARTIR: Un plato de
comida (todos) y una bebida (los apellidos de A - G) o un postre (los
apellidos de H - Z). INFO: cjeff[email protected]
Do You Miss the Pentecost Picnic?
Da ng back to the 1970s, this annual event was one of our bestloved tradi ons. In recent years, it has faded away due to a
shortage of leaders and volunteers to make it happen. If you miss
this wonderful event and are willing to revive it with your
leadership skills and fun spirit, or if you just want to learn more,
please let us know! Contact Remi Bauer, [email protected]
O.W.L.S. Pot Luck Luncheon
Tues., April 21, 12:00pm, Duggan Room. Join the Older, Wiser,
Loveable Seniors for lunch and good company. A physical therapist
will present “Balancing Your Day: How to Decrease the Risk of
Falls.” Bring a dish to share. Friends are welcome! INFO & RSVP:
Linda LeBlanc, 301-963-1269 or [email protected]
50th Anniversary Celebra on of the
Catholic Student Center @ University of Maryland
Sat., April 25, star ng at 5:00pm. Current and former Catholic
Terps, friends, and family are invited to the 50th
Anniversary Celebra on of the Catholic Student Center at the
University of Maryland. This fun and family-friendly event begins
with Mass, followed by a pig roast, BBQ dinner, raffle items and
more! Tickets are required. INFO: www.CatholicTerps.org or Laura
Williams, [email protected]
Ma hew Kelly’s Living With Passion & Purpose
Fri., April 17, 7:00-10:45pm, at St. Peter’s Church in Olney. Are you
looking for more from your faith? Has a ending Mass become
rou ne? Are you living as the best version of yourself? Come hear
renowned Catholic speaker and best-selling author Ma hew Kelly.
This entertaining, funny and faith filled event will change the lives
of those who a end to become “the best versions of themselves.”
Tickets are required. Get yours now! Space is limited, and this event
will sell out! TICKETS: $39, including materials. Purchase at h p://
cart.dynamiccatholic.com/Passion-and-Purpose-Live-Olney-MD-p/
pppm041715.htm or 1-859-980-7900. Arrive early to get signed in,
and pack a snack if you wish. INFO: Don Hemke, 301-774-7511
Sat., April 11, 9:00-11:00am. Join the Eco-Ac on Team in its 2nd
annual stream clean-up in Gaithersburg as they partner with
the Greater Potomac Watershed Clean-Up. INFO: Pat Cuff,
pmcuff@aol.com
Wed., April 29, 7:00-8:00pm, Duggan Room. It’s not too early to
put your affairs in order - help your loved ones with proper
planning. Join us for this FREE, informa ve and entertaining
forum. TOPICS: Keeping Important Documents, Living Wills,
Powers of A orney, Your Will - A Necessity, Boos ng Your
Re rement Income, Saving On Taxes, Securing Your Future,
general Q & A, and more! Presented by Edward J. D’Antoni, J.D.,
the Director of Planned Giving for the Archdiocese of
Washington and a seasoned development professional with a
background in Estate and Tax Law. A er the presenta on,
Edward will answer more specific individual ques ons.
Important forms and materials will be available. Don’t miss this!
TIME & TALENT SALUTE
All Our Ministers for Holy Week, Triduum & Easter
To all who helped prepare for or serve at the Holy
Week, Triduum and Easter services (this includes all
the many Liturgical Ministers, Music Ministers, RCIA
Team Members, Hospitality Providers, Parking
A endants, Easter Egg Hunt Leaders, Staff, those in
public and behind-the-scenes roles, and so many
more!): Your cheerful and devoted service made a
HUGE difference to our celebra ons and made our
parishioners and guests feel VERY welcome! Thank
you for your gi s of Time and Talent!
TREASURE REPORT
March 28 - April 3, 2015
Your Gi s to the Lord
Offertory ..................................................... $23,473
Mortgage Reduc on ......................................$1,353
Capital Campaign ...........................................$1,261
Social Ac on Fund ........................................... $100
Gi Cer ficate Profit ........................................ $306
Our Weekly Tithe
Parish Poor Box .............................................$1,174
Germantown HELP........................................... $500
Financial Fact
Parishes in the Archdiocese of Washington enjoy the
benefits of being in co-opera ves for gas and
electricity, resul ng in savings. We currently
pay .5499/therm for gas and .08565/kWh for
electricity. A new two year contract for electricity
(star ng in May) will reduce our price to .08094/kWh.
PARISH DIRECTORY
PARISH OFFICE .........................................................301-948-7545
PASTOR
Rev. Agus n Mateo Ayala.......... x 229 / [email protected]
PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon John Liu......................... x 226 / [email protected]
Deacon Al Opdenaker ........................... [email protected]
Deacon Leo Schneider.............................. [email protected]
Diácono Mario Moreno ........................[email protected]
PASTORAL STAFF
K-5 Religious Educa on / 1st Penance / 1st Eucharist
Susan Joseph .................................... x 245 / [email protected]
6-12 Religious Educa on / Confirma on / Youth Ministry
Rosemary Holt ...................................... x 224 / [email protected]
K-5 Educación Religiosa
Ivonne Salazar .................................. x 234 / [email protected]
Liturgy & Adult Faith Forma on
Chris ne Jeffrey ................................ x 230 / cjeff[email protected]
Social Concerns
Sherry Moitoza ...............................x 228 / [email protected]
Music
Remi Bauer ........................................ x 235 / [email protected]
Youth & Children’s Music
Jeannie Vanover ....................240-506-0258 / [email protected]
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
Secretary
Mary Carey ....................................... x 221 / [email protected]
Administra ve Assistants
Laura Lowery .................................... x 238 / [email protected]
Tania Murphy ................................. x 223 / [email protected]
CALENDAR / CALENDARIO
Not all mee ngs & events appear on this calendar!
ROOM LEGEND
BR = Byron (1/2)
CH = Church
DGN = Duggan (1/2)
HC = Historic Chapel
IS = Isaiah
10:00 am
10:30 am
11:30 am
12:00 pm
12:15 pm
12:30 pm
2:15 pm
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
4:45 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
COUNCILS
Pastoral Council Liaison
Steve Ring............................ 301-977-0495 / [email protected]
Finance Council Chair
Paul Riekhof ...........................................................301-990-1815
BULLETIN / CALENDAR / ROOM RESERVATIONS
Bulle n items due at noon, 2 Fridays before publica on date!
Laura Lowery .................................... x 238 / [email protected]
MARY OF NAZARETH CATHOLIC SCHOOL - GR. K-8
Serving Grades K-8, Upper Montgomery County Parishes
Michael Friel, Principal ............................................301-869-0940
Website ................................................www.maryofnazareth.org
PG = Parish Grounds
RTH = Ruth
SAR = Sarah
STJ = St. Joseph
STP = St. Peter
YC = Youth Center
SUNDAY, APRIL 12 | DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
K-5 Religious Educa on (LLCH/LR/BR2)
Divine Mercy Chaplet (HC)
K-5 Educación Religiosa (LLCH/BR/LR)
Reunión de Nuevos Miembros (DGN)
African Group (KD)
Newcomer’s Gathering (DGN)
Confesiones (CH)
Mystagogia Reflec on & Pot Luck Dinner (PCW)
Filipino Mass (HC)
MONDAY, APRIL 13
Daisy/Brownie/Junior/Cade e Girl Scouts (STP/STJ/DGN)
Gr. 6-12 Religious Educa on (LR/BR/YC/PCW)
K-5 Educación Religiosa (RTH/JE/SAR/IS/STP/STJ)
Stephen Ministry Supervision (DGN2/STP/STJ)
TUESDAY, APRIL 14
6:30 pm K-12 Religious Educa on (LLCH/LR/BR/YC/PCW)
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15
MOHO - Ministry of Hanging Out (YC)
Liturgical Ministries Commi ee (BR2)
Pastoral Council (DGN2)
French Choir Rehearsal (KD)
Girl Scout Service Unit (STP)
Flower of Carmel Evening Prayer & Mee ng (HC/STJ)
Comite Hispano (DGN1)
Pax Chris (JE)
9:30 am
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
THURSDAY, APRIL 16
Eucharis c Adora on un l 9:00 pm (HC)
Middle School MOHO - Ministry of Hanging Out (YC)
Challenge Club for Girls (BR)
Conquest Club for Boys (LR)
Boy Scouts (PCW)
Confessions/Confesiones un l 9:00pm (HC)
Adult Choir Rehearsal (CH/KD)
Adult Confirma on Class (STJ)
Ministry to the Bap zed (JE)
Kni ng & Croche ng Ministry (STP)
10:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
FRIDAY, APRIL 17
Parish Playgroup (OLCC)
First Communion Mini Retreat #2 (CH/DGN/STP/STJ)
Legión de Maria (STP)
Comfort Service Music Rehearsal (KD)
Bookkeeper
Liz Sullivan ....................................... x 232 / [email protected]
Maintenance Team
Ryan Janes .......................................... x 287 / [email protected]
Rafael Cas llo .............................................. rcas [email protected]
JE = Jeremiah
KD = King David
LLCH = Lower Church
LR = Lewis (1/2)
OLCC = Our Lady Child Care
PCW = Woodlands
8:00 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
4:00 pm
SATURDAY, MARCH 7
Church Cleaning Ministry (CH/CF)
Taller de Oración y Vida (STP)
Lector Forma on: Team C (CH/RTH)
Confessions (CHRR)