ACTS - Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
12704 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739-9795
www.sacredheartrc.org (909) 899-1049 FAX (909) 899-3229
REV. JULIAN OKOROANYANWU
Parochial Vicar, Ext. 141
Email:[email protected]
March 29, 2015
DEACON ED CLARK,
Parish Deacon , Ext 286;
[email protected]
FR.REV. EDWARD J. MOLUMBY, S.T.
Priest in Residence
VERY REV. BENEDICT NWACHUKWU - UDAKU
VF, Pastor, Ext. 132
Email:[email protected]
TOMÁS GUILLÉN
Seminarian, Ext. 116
Email: [email protected]
OFFICE HOURS:
MASS SCHEDULE in English
(909) 899-1049
Mon– Sat: 7:30 AM Wed: 6:15 PM
Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM (w/ American Sign Language),
12:30 PM, 5:00 PM
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
For General Information call ext. 113 or 115
For Emergencies ONLY requiring a priest
during non-office hours call (909) 503-5588.
Baptisms/Bautizos
Classes are required for parents and godparents before the Baptism is scheduled.
We recommend three months preparation. You may contact the Front Office at
ext. 113 or ext. 115 or see our website
www.Sacredheartrc.com for more information.
Los padres y padrinos deben tomar clases de preparación antes del bautismo. Se
recomienda que tengan tres meses de preparación. Puede comunicarse con la
oficina, ext. 113 o ext. 115 o ver nuestra pagina de internet
www.Sacredheartrc.org para más información.
HORARIO DE MISAS en Español
Martes: 6:15 PM
Domingo: 8:30 am (con Lengua de Signos) y 7:00 PM
CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (English/Spanish)
or call the parish for an appointment
Sábado 3:30 p.m(Inlges/Español)
o llame para hacer una cita.
Weddings/Bodas
Holy Hour - Every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come
before the Blessed Sacrament, join us to pray for all families,
our parish family and for vocations.
Hora Santa - Todos los Jueves de 6:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m.
Venga ante el Santísimo Sacramento del Altar, únase a nosotros
para pedir por todas las familias, nuestra familia
parroquial y por las vocaciones.
Reservation Chapel - with the Blessed Sacrament is open on weekdays from 7
a.m. to 5 p.m. Entrance is on the West side of the building.
Quinceañeras
La Capilla - del Santísimo Sacramento esta abierta entre semana de
Para reservar una Quinceañera o para mas información deberá asistir a una de las 7 a.m. a 5 p.m. La entrada esta al oeste del edificio.
siguientes reuniones en la oficina parroquial a las 10:00 am
el ultimo domingo de cada mes. Padres y Quinceañera solamente.
In order to schedule a wedding, a meeting with the priest is required before a
date is scheduled. One of the parties must be a committed member of Sacred
Heart Parish. For more details call extension 133.
Minimum six months preparation required.
Para planear una boda, se requiere una junta con el sacerdote antes de elegir la
fecha. Una persona de la pareja debe ser un miembro de la parroquia de
Sagrado Corazón. Para más detalles llame extensión 133.
Preparación de seis meses mínimo es requerida.
Mass Intentions
Sacred Heart Parish School
Funerals/Funerales
School Info: (909) 899-1049 x400
FAX: (909) 899-0413
School Web Site: www.shsrcbulldogs.webs.com
Trenna Meins, Principal
Mary Carr, School Secretary
For School Day Care call ext. 407 & 660
Anyone may request a Mass intention for: a person who is living, a person who
is deceased, members of a given family, a special intention, or a birthday. Mass
intentions are filled on a first come first serve basis. The offering is $10 per
Mass (maximum of four [4] Masses allowed per month).
If you would like to make arrangements for a funeral please contact
Rudy Rios (909) 702-2951.
Si desea hacer arreglos para un funeral, por favor póngase en contacto con
Rudy Ríos al (909) 702-2951.
Grades: K-8th
Please pray for all unborn babies and their families:
♥ Baby Frost ♥ Baby Filippi ♥ Baby Marquez ♥ Baby Thomas
Saturday, March 28 Palm Sunday
5:00pm
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Sister William Dugan
Andrew Jimenez (Birthday)
Carlos Castro
Sunday, March 29 Palm Sunday
7:00am
r/b Sheila, Joan & Lee
Linda Mundy
r/b Erna Noble
Rodrigo Rudy Garan
r/b Pasqual Family
Michelle Ponce
r/b Johnny & Esther Ponce
Jesus Covarrubias (Anniversary) r/b Familia Raygoza
Inosencio Covarrubias (Anniversary) r/b Familia Raygoza
Mama Susan Enoh (Special Intention) r/b Her Children
The Poor Souls
r/b Hanna Family
Sandra Mendivil
r/b Sacred Heart Staff
PROPOPULO
Mercedes Rodriguez
r/b Maria Corrales
Edgar Pascual
r/b Devota Chan
Fr. Julian (Birthday)
r/b Anonymous
Carmen Abarca
r/b Henry & Myrna Abarca
r/b Henry & Myrna Abarca
Carlos Rios
Jennifer Maya (salud)
r/b Mirna Vega
Abelardo & Gina San Agustin (50th Aniv)
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8:30am
10:30am
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12:30pm
5:00pm +
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7:00pm
r/b Anonymous
r/b Mom
r/b Arlene Rico
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Please also pray for women who are considering abortion. That they come to
understand the sanctity of human life. May God give them the grace and
strength to accept the gift He has given them in the life of their baby.
Please pray for all our sick relatives and friends:
Patricia Higgins
Alma B Rodriguez
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Mr. & Mrs. Meliton Bisenio
7:30am
6:15pm
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Fr. Julian (Birthday)
Rita Ramirez Hernandez
r/b Deck Family
r/b Elizabeth Cardenas
Wednesday, April 1 Wednesday of Holy Week
7:30am
6:15pm
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Hernani Perez
Agustine Supnet (Aniv)
r/b Vilma & Alfredo Ladores
r/b Lui Supnet
7:30am
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Adelia Luciano
r/b Katherine Cramm
7:30am
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Ismael Edillor
r/b Charito Edillor
Thursday, April 2 Holy Thursday
Friday, April 3 Good Friday
*Roger Larios
*Autumn Morlock
*Isabelle Orejel
“It is a good and wholesome thing to pray for the dead” (2 Maccabees 12:45-46)
Juanita Guillen
Lismar Montenegro
Maria Arellano
MONDAY:
TUESDAY:
WEDNESDAY:
THURSDAY:
FRIDAY:
SATURDAY:
SUNDAY:
r/b Meredith Quemado
Tuesday, March 31 Tuesday of Holy Week
Rafael Reveles
Elyza Camiling
Angelia Tomenbang
Join us to pray for all who recently died:
LUNES:
MARTES:
MIÉRCOLES:
JUEVES:
VIERNES:
SÁBADO:
DOMINGO:
Francisco Alvarez
Anita Forte
Marilyn Barsona
Kathleen Uribe
*Francisco Acosta
Eleanor de la Piedra
Adan Mandujano
*Jose Gonzales
*Purita Concepcion
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62]; Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:1-11
Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30
Is 7:10-14; 8:10; Ps 40:7-11; Heb 10:4-10; Lk 1:26-38
Gn 17:3-9; Ps 105:4-9: Jn 8:51-59
Jer 20:10-13; Ps 18:2-7; Jn 10:31-42
Ez 37:21-28; Jer 31:10, 11-13; Jn 11:45-56
Mk 11:1-10 or Jn 12:12-16 (procession); Is 50:4-7; Ps 22:8-9, 17-20,
23-24; Phil 2:6-11; Mk 14:1 -- 15:47 [15:1-39]
Monday, March 30 Monday of Holy Week
7:30am
Dorothy White
Michael Escobedo
Johnny Figueroa
Christopher Gallegos
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62]; Sal 23 (22):1-6; Jn 8:1-11
Nm 21:4-9; Sal 102 (101):2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30
Is 7:10-14; 8:10; Sal 40 (39):7-11; Heb 10:4-10; Lc 1:26-38
Gn 17:3-9; Sal 105 (104):4-9: Jn 8:51-59
Jer 20:10-13; Sal 18 (17):2-7; Jn 10:31-42
Ez 37:21-28; Jer 31:10, 11-13; Jn 11:45-56
Mc 11:1-10 o Jn 12:12-16 (procesión); Is 50:4-7; Sal 22 (21):8-9, 1720, 23-24; Fil 2:6-11; Mc 14:1 -- 15:47 [15:1-39] Fil 2:6-11; Mc 14:1 -15:47 [15:1-39
Saturday, April 4 Holy Saturday
7:30am
Maria del Socorro (91st Bday)
Sunday-March 29, 2015
7:00 AM
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
9:30 AM
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
10:30 AM
11:15 AM
12:30 PM
3:30 PM
5:00 PM
7:00 PM
Mass
Mass (Spanish)
Children’s Lit. Word (Spanish)
Sacred Heart Singers Practice
Quinceañera Information Meeting
Mass
Children’s Lit of word (Eng)
RCIA for children
Mass
Sunday 5 PM Choir Practice
Mass
Mass (Spanish)
6:00 AM
7:00 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
3:00 PM
5:00 PM
5:30 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
AA Meeting
Church Cleaning
Mass
Rosary
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Confirmation Classes
HS Bible Study
Sp RICA
Liturgical Ministry Training
CAD Choir
ACTS Women’s Planning Mtg
Spanish Prayer Group Cristo Rey
6:15 AM
7:30 AM
8:00 AM
8:30 AM
3:00 PM
4:00 PM
5:30 PM
6:30 PM
AA Meetings
Mass
Bible Study
Rosary
Divine Mercy
Chrism Mass (out of parish)
Life Teen Choir Practice
Taller de Oracion y Vida
Church
Church
Horvath
Horvath
Cardenas
Church
Horvath
Horvath
Church
Church
Church
Church
Monday-March 30, 2015
Conf. Rm.
Church
Chapel
Chapel
Chapel
Horvath
Hospitatlity
Library
Church
Conf Rm
John XXIII
JP II
Tuesday-March 31, 2015
Conf Rm
Chapel
John Paul II
Chapel
Chapel
Yucaipa
Horvath
Conf Rm
r/b Lee Nguyen
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Encuentro Matrimonial
AA Meeting
ACTS Men Planning Meeting
Matrimonios del Sagrado Corazon
Joaquins & Carlos Choir Practice
6:15 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
9:30 AM
3:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:15 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:30 PM
AA Meeting
Mass
Rosary
Taller de Oracion y Vida
Divine Mercy Chaplet
EDGE
Mass
Filipino Ministry Meeting
English RCIA
Spanish Prayer Group Cristo Rey
Sacred Heart Singers Practice
6:00 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
10:15 AM
3:00 PM
5:00 PM
5:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
7:45 PM
7:45 PM
8:00 PM
AA Meeting
Morning Prayer
Rosary
School Stations of Cross
Divine Mercy
HS Communion Prep
Wedding Rehearsal (Eng)
Mass
Young Adult Faith Sharing
Holy Spirit Prayer GroupMt
African Descent Ministry Mtg
Women’s Fellowship Choir
Procession of Blessed Sacrament
John XXIII
Library
JP II
Chapel
Church
Wednesday-April 1, 2015
Din. Rm
Chapel
Chapel
Cardenas
Chapel
Horvath
Church
MC Conf
Library
John XXIII
Church
Thursday-April 2, 2015
Conf. Rm
Chapel
Chapel
Church
Chapel
Horvath
Church
Church
Chapel
Library
Cardenas
John XXIII
JP II
6:00 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
3:00 PM
3:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Friday –April 3, 2015
9:00 PM
AA Meeting
Morning Prayer
Rosary
24 Hour Adoration
Divine Mercy
Life Teen Living Stations
Las Ninas Meeting
Life Teen 30 Hour Fast
Light of Jesus Ministry
Estudio Biblico en español
Coro Carlos Urrutia
Celebration of Passion of the Lord
and Veneration of the Cross
Women’s Fellowship Setup
6:00 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
9:00 AM
3:30 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 PM
CFF Catechumen Breakfast
Morning Prayer
Women’s Fellowship Gathering
Social Justice Ministry Leci
Evening Service Rehearsal
Confessions
Life Teen Ministry
Easter Vigil
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Chapel
Chapel
Chapel
Church
JP II
Horvath
Chapel
Horvath
Conf Rm
Church
John XXIII
Saturday-April 4, 2015
John XXIII
Chapel
Horvath
Cardenas
Church
Church
Horvath
Church
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Welcome to Sacred Heart Catholic Church
OUR SITE OF FAITH WITH FR. BEN
Holy Week: The Summit of the Church’s Liturgical Life
1. Embracing the Holy Week
The Holy Week ceremonies which
begins with the Palm Sunday celebration is not basically considered and
treasured as the “Week of weeks” in the Church’s liturgical life but also has
been presented from the time of the Fathers of the Church as the most
distinctive and privilege time for re-living the fundamental mystery of our
Christian life. In our reflection, we wish to establish that the Holy Week, its
import, diversity and the different celebrations that unfolds its manifold
significance constitutes and embodies an inexhaustible and holistic spiritual
treasure of the very essence of our Christian life as seen in the life,
suffering, and death of Jesus.
In a single but unique week, the Church re-lives all the mysteries and
actions that define and makes her relevant for all peoples
of every age. These mysteries, which accompany the
Church in her day to day to day to day life, constitute for
us in this Holy Week a reservoir of the entire Church’s
liturgical. As a Week that changed the world, the Church
is offered an opportunity to celebrate with joy and sense
of fulfilment, the institution of the Eucharist which is the
source and summit of our Christian life and spirituality.
2. Holy Thursday
On Holy Thursday, the Church
celebrates the institution of the Eucharist and the
Priesthood. The Eucharist contains the whole spiritual
good of the Church namely Christ himself, our Pasch
(Lumen Gentium 11). Since the Eucharist is ontologically
and theologically connected with the priesthood, in the
celebration of the Lord’s Supper, the institution of the
priesthood is commemorated and the life of humility and
holiness is emphasized for those who receive the
sacrament of holy orders.
The giving of himself which Jesus freely did on Holy Thursday is
completed on Good Friday when he offered himself to the eternal Father
via his death on the Cross. The relationship between the Holy Thursday
celebration and the Liturgy of Good Friday goes a long way to show that
each Eucharistic celebration is precisely a continuation of not only what
happened on the Last Supper but also the re-enactment of the sacrifice of
Jesus which took place on the mount of Calvary.
3. Good Friday
The veneration of the Cross on Good Friday is
one of the most important moments of the solemn liturgy of the passion
and death of our Lord. In the veneration of the Cross, the Church does not
simply revere an ordinary wood or do we merely venerate an instrument of
death. For us, the Cross provides a context where we can unite ourselves
with all the victims of the different unbearable situations that tend to
redefine the lives of our many brothers and sisters. On the Cross, these
brothers and sisters of Jesus (Mt. 25: 40) encounter the just One who
delivers them from their many troubles (Ps. 32:10). We shall have an
opportunity to celebrate the “life Station of the Cross” with our Teens at
3:00pm on Good Friday. Come and enter into the mystery of the Passion of
Jesus.
4. Holy Saturday
The Easter vigil, which in its essence
commemorates the passage from death to life; from the old to the new
recalls the invitation of the Church to all her children to live a life of
conversion and newness in Christ. With the Easter vigil, new life is
celebrated, hope is restored, and a new era of evangelization and witness
is inaugurated. The readings during the Eastertide will mostly come from
the Acts of the Apostles where the Spirit-filled activities of the Apostles and
the first Christians are highlighted and celebrated not only from the
perspective of their theological imports but in their capacity to change
hearts and make present the salvific mission of Christ.
The basic lessons that we could draw from the ceremonies of this all
important week include: God is at work in our world, the Cross will
continue to be a tree of life, the community in whose life we share is an
important asset in our relationship with God, we are all called to be
witnesses to this Great Event (Acts 1: 8).
May this Holy Week be a Blessed Week for you and your families, Amen.
Rev. Benedict Nwachukwu-Udaku
March 29, 2015
NUESTRO ENFOQUE DE LA FE CON PADRE BEN
Semana Santa: La Cumbre de la Vida Litúrgica de la Iglesia
I. Acogiendo la Semana Santa
Las ceremonias de la Semana Santa, que
comienza con la celebración del Domingo de Ramos, no sólo se considera y
atesora como la "Semana de las semanas" en la vida litúrgica de la Iglesia sino
que también se ha considerado desde la época de los Padres de la Iglesia como
el tiempo más distintivo y privilegiado para volver a vivir el misterio
fundamental de nuestra vida cristiana. En nuestra reflexión, deseamos
establecer que la Semana Santa, su significado, su diversidad y las diferentes
celebraciones que despliegan su múltiple importancia constituye y personifica
un inagotable y holístico tesoro espiritual de la mera esencia de nuestra vida
cristiana como lo vemos en la vida, sufrimiento y muerte de Jesús.
En una sola pero singular semana, la Iglesia vuelve a vivir todos los
misterios y acciones que la definen y la hacen pertinente a todas las personas
de todos los tiempos. Estos misterios, los cuales acompañan a
la Iglesia en su vida cotidiana de día a día, constituyen para
nosotros, en esta Semana Santa, un depósito de tesoros de
toda la liturgia de la Iglesia. Como la Semana que cambió al
mundo, la Iglesia tiene la oportunidad de celebrar con alegría y
un sentido de realización, la institución de la Eucaristía, la cual
es la fuente y la cumbre de nuestra vida y espiritualidad
cristiana (Sacrosantum Concilium 47).
2. Jueves Santo El Jueves Santo la Iglesia celebra la
institución de la Eucaristía y del Sacerdocio. La Eucaristía
contiene el bien espiritual entero de la Iglesia, principalmente
Cristo mismo, nuestra Pascua (Lumen Gentium 11). Debido a
que la Eucaristía está ontológica y teológicamente conectada
con el sacerdocio, en la celebración de la Cena del Señor, se
conmemora la institución del sacerdocio y se enfatiza la vida
de humildad y santidad para quienes reciben el sacramento de
orden sacerdotal.
El acto de Jesús de haberse dado a sí mismo
libremente el Jueves Santo se completa el Viernes Santo cuando se ofrece él
mismo al eterno Padre mediante su muerte en la Cruz. La relación entre la
celebración del Jueves Santo y la Liturgia del Viernes Santo muestra que cada
celebración Eucarística es precisamente una continuación de no sólo lo que
sucedió en la Última Cena sino también una revalidación del sacrificio de Jesús
el cual se llevó a cabo en el monte del Calvario.
3. Viernes Santo La veneración de la Cruz el Viernes Santo es uno de los
momentos más importantes de la solemne liturgia de la pasión y muerte de
Nuestro Señor. En la veneración de la Cruz, la Iglesia no sólo da reverencia a un
madero común y corriente o venera un instrumento de muerte. Para nosotros,
la Cruz nos proporciona un contexto en el cual nos podemos unir con todas las
víctimas de diferentes situaciones insoportables que tienden a redefinir las
vidas de nuestros muchos hermanos y hermanas. En la Cruz, estos hermanos y
hermanas de Jesús (Mateo 25:40) encuentran al justo quien los libera de sus
muchas tribulaciones (Salmos 32:10). El Viernes Santo a las 3:00 p.m.
tendremos la oportunidad de celebrar el "Via Crucis en vivo" con el grupo de
jóvenes.
4. Sábado Santo La vigilia de Pascua, que en esencia conmemora el paso de la
muerte a la vida; de lo antiguo a lo nuevo, recuerda la invitación de la Iglesia a
todos sus hijos a vivir una vida de conversión y renovación en Cristo. La vigilia
de Pascua celebra una nueva vida, restaura la esperanza e inaugura una nueva
era de evangelización y testimonio. Las lecturas durante el tiempo pascual
principalmente provendrán de los Hechos de los Apóstoles donde se realzan y
celebran las actividades de los Apóstoles y de los primeros cristianos llenos del
Espíritu; no sólo desde la perspectiva de su aportación teológica, sino de su
capacidad de cambiar corazones y hacer presente la misión salvífica de Cristo.
Las lecciones básicas que podríamos extraer de las ceremonias de
esta importantísima semana incluyen: Dios está obrando en nuestro mundo,
la Cruz seguirá siendo un árbol de vida, la comunidad en cuya vida
compartimos es sumamente importante en nuestra relación con Dios, hemos
sido llamados a ser testigos de este Gran Evento (Hechos 1:8).
Que esta Semana Santa sea una Semana de Bendiciones para ustedes
y sus familias, Amén.
Rev. Benedict Nwachukwu-Udaku
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Teachings of faith and Catholic Culture
A TEACHING MOMENT
Lenten Traditions
March 29, 2015
UN MOMENTO DE ENSEÑANZA
Tradiciones de Cuaresma
WHAT IS LENT by Peddy Ascio
Fasting has always been associated with Lent but quite a
common practice in the Old Testament, when they needed something
from the Lord. It is a form of sacrifice! Voluntary, willingly doing it. On
the other hand, hunger is a reaction. Our body knows when we have
to eat. Like the Israelites who became enraged, when brought out of
Egypt by Moses and had no provisions. But, what do we do when our
heart, mind and spirit hunger? We fast! A contradiction indeed. In
our 40 days journey, not attending to what we truly hunger for, can
lead us down the wrong path where we feed the wrong part of
ourselves - - - like overeating when our heart hungers for true love, or
over-buying when our spirit longs for true meaning. This can also
happen when we are not sure how to feed our hunger, or when we are
afraid to feed what hungers. Our hungers continue. This lent, we,
should take time to discover what part of us really longs to be fed. "Be
not afraid", the scripture says, and allow Jesus' words to take us to a
deeper awareness of what we hunger for. "The lamp of the body is
your eye." lk.11:34 Last night (the last night of our Parish Mission),
Fr. Michael Miller gave us examples of what we need versus what we
want. There is only one nourishing guide and that is the Word. We
should strive to name our hungers and feed them abundantly with the
Word of the Lord. Bread fills our stomach. What fills our soul?
QUE ES CURESMA por Peddy Acsio
El ayuno siempre ha sido asociado con Cuaresma, pero es una
práctica común en el Antiguo Testamento, cuando necesitaban algo de
parte del Señor. ¡Es una forma de sacrificio! Se hace voluntariamente.
Por otro lado, el hambre es una reacción. Nuestro cuerpo sabe cuando
tenemos que comer. Como los Israelitas que se enfurecieron, cuando
Moisés los sacó de Egipto sin provisiones. Pero, ¿qué hacemos cuando
nuestro corazón, mente y espíritu tienen hambre? ¡Ayunamos! De hecho
una contradicción. En nuestro viaje de 40 días, no atender ha nuestra
hambre de verdadera , puede conducirnos por el camino equivocado
donde alimentamos la parte equivocada --- como comer en exceso
cuando nuestro corazón tiene hambre de amor verdadero, o comprando
demasiado cuando nuestro espíritu anhela verdadero significado. Esto
también puede ocurrir cuando no estamos seguros cómo alimentar
nuestra hambre, o cuando estamos asustados de alimentar los que
tienen hambre. Nuestra hambre continua. Esta Cuaresma, nosotros,
debemos tomar tiempo para descubrir qué parte de nosotros realmente
desea ser alimentado. "No temes", la escritura dice y permite que las
palabras de Jesús nos lleve a una conciencia más profunda. "La
lámpara del cuerpo es tu ojo."Lk.11:34 Anoche (la última noche de
nuestra misión parroquial), el Padre Michael Miller nos dio ejemplos de
lo que tenemos y lo que queremos. Hay solamente una guía nutritiva y
esa es la Palabra. Deberíamos esforzarnos para nombrar nuestras
hambres y alimentar abundantemente con la palabra del Señor. El pan
llena nuestro estómago. ¿Que llena nuestra alma?
WHAT IS LENT by Philomina Nwarueze, ADM
Lent is a period of 40 weekdays from Ash Wednesday to Easter. As a
Catholic family, it is a period of penitence for us as we journey with
Christ to Calvary where he was crucified and hung on the cross by
observing the “Stations of the Cross” praying along the way, and
making sacrifices in observance and recognition of God’s
presence in our lives. It is a period in which we reflect on
our sins and ask for forgiveness and also seek to forgive
others who have wronged us as Christ forgave our sins. It
is also a period of self sacrifice or self denial so that our old
self may die with Christ and experience a re-birth at his
resurrection. For my family, we show appreciation by
abstaining from meat on Fridays and especially Good
Fridays in reverence and remembrance of the blood He
shed on the Cross so that we may have life and have it
abundantly. Some members of my family choose to abstain
from food, some from meats, and others from activities or pleasure but
overall, we attempt and make efforts to sacrifice something in honor of
the life that Jesus Christ gave up for us and as a sign of remorse for
our sins of omission and commission. Lent is a holy period when we
make a conscious effort to let go of worldly possessions, lusts, sins,
pleasures, and bad habits loved by our old selves so that we can live
again in purity and holiness as followers of Christ.
WHAT IS LENT by Philomina Nwarueze, ADM
La Cuaresma es un período de 40 días desde el Miércoles de Ceniza
hasta Pascua. Como una familia Católica, este es un período de
penitencia para nosotros que viajamos con Cristo hacia el Calvario
donde fue crucificado y colgado en la Cruz por observar la "vía crucis"
orar en el camino y haciendo sacrificios en respeto y
reconocimiento de la presencia de Dios en nuestras vidas. Es un
período en el cual reflexionar sobre nuestros pecados y pedir
perdón y también tratar de perdonar a los demás que nos han
agraviado como Cristo perdona nuestros pecados. Es también un
periodo de sacrificio o la negación de uno mismo para que nuestra
vieja vida pueda morir con Cristo y experimentar un renacimiento
en su resurrección. Para mi familia, nosotros apreciamos la
abstinencia de carne los Viernes y especialmente el Viernes Santo
en memoria de la sangre que derramó en la Cruz para que
podamos tener vida y tenerlo abundantemente. Algunos miembros
de mi familia deciden abstenerse de alimentos, algunas de las
carnes y otros de las actividades de placer pero en general, intentar y
hacer esfuerzos para sacrificar algo en honor de la vida que Jesús Cristo
se entregó por nosotros y como un signo de arrepentimiento por
nuestros pecados de omisión y comisión. La Cuaresma es un período
sagrado cuando hacemos un esfuerzo consciente de olvidar posesiones,
lujurias, pecados, placeres y malos hábitos amados por nosotros mismos
en nuestro vida vieja para que podamos vivir nuevamente en pureza y
santidad como seguidores de Cristo.
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Domingo de RAmos
29 de Marzo 2015
La Oficina de Pastoral
Social y Justicia
Para el Inmigrante
Le invita a una sesión
informativa sobre la acción ejecutiva de
inmigración.
Hablaremos de este nuevo
programa, Acción Diferida para Responsabilidad
de los Padres o DAPA y de la extensión de DACA.
Venga, infórmese y prepárese.
Viernes 6 de Abril a las 7:30p.m-9:30pm
(después de Hora Santa)
Sagrado Corazon
12704 Foothill Blvd
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
A LA MISA DOMINICAL
de ABRIL 19 A LAS 8:30 AM
El Coro de los niños de 4to al 7O grado de nuestra
escuela Sagrado Corazón
los invita cordialmente a que asistan a la misa del domingo
Ellos tendrán participación con el coro
donde estarán cantando:
Yo tengo un amigo y Que viva Cristo.
EDUCACIÓN
RELIGIOSA
1er—8o Grados
NO CLASES 3/30-4/9
Clases resumen: Abril 13
CO-RESPONSABILIDAD
DEL TESORO
COLECTA SEMANAL
Presupuesto
$22,750
Colecta Total para 3/22
$23,705
DDF
$ 3,199
Estamos muy agradecidos con todos ustedes que apoyan a nuestra comunidad parroquial.
Les agradecemos su continua generosidad!
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PALM SUNDAY
March 29, 2015
CAN YOU SPARE A FEW
DONATIONS???
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (WILL) pay the DMV registration and sales tax for the car.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (WILL NOT) pay the Federal or State Income taxes for the cash
value of the car.
WEEKLY COLLECTIONS
Budgeted Amount
Collection Total for 3/22
DDF
$22,750
$23,705
$ 3,199
We are so grateful to all of you who give in support of our parish
community.
We appreciate your ongoing generosity!
Youth Office is Needing 3 Futons, 1 small table, TV
for Youth Room, and Locking Cabinets. Our Youth
enjoys spending time at Church and with their
Church Family. Please help them stay motivated by
creating a welcoming
environment. Thank you!
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PALM SUNDAY
MARCH 29, 2015
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Horario de Semana
Monday of Holy Week/Lunes de Semana Santa
March (Marzo) 30, 2015— 7:30 AM Mass/Misa—Chapel/Capilla
1st - 8th Grades
NO CLASSES 3/30-4/9
Classes will resume: April 13th
Tuesday of Holy Week/Martes de Semana Santa
March (Marzo) 31, 2015—7:30 AM Mass/Misa—Chapel/Capilla
A.C.T.S.
Wednesday of Holy Week/
Miércoles de Semana
Week/Miércoles
April 1, 2015—7:30 AM & 6:15 PM Mass/Misa—Chapel/Capilla
Holy Thursday/Jueves Santo
April (Abril) 2, 2015
7:30 AM Morning Prayer Only/Oración
de la Mañana—No Mass/Misa
7:00 PM Evening Mass of the Lord’s
Supper & Adoration/ Misa
Vespertina de la Cena del Señor
y Adoración
Good Friday/Viernes Santo
April (Abril) 3,2015
7:30 AM Morning Prayer Only/Oración
de la Mañana—No Mass/Misa
3:00 PM Live Stations of the Cross/Vía
de las Cruces en Vivo
7:00 PM Celebration of the Passion of
the Lord/Celebración de la
Pasión del Señor
Saturday
– Sábado Santo
Saturday–
April (Abril) 4, 2015
7:30 AM
8:00 PM
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(Morning Prayer Only—No
Mass)
Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday
Domingo de Pascua
April (Abril) 5, 2015
7:00am Mass/Misa—Church/Iglesia
8:30am Mass/Misa (Spanish/Espanol)- Church/
Iglesia
9:00am Mass/Misa (Spanish/Espanol) - (salon) JP
II Hal
10:30am Mass/Misa—Church/Iglesia
11:00am Mass/Misa—(salon) JP II Hall
12:30pm Mass/Misa—Church/Iglesia
No evening Masses on Easter Sunday
Sacred Heart Parish School
Apr. 2 - Holy Thursday; Living Stations of the Cross
10:15 in the church; 12 Noon Dismissal; No
pm Extended Care
Apr. 3-10 No School
April 13– School Resumes
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YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
www.twitter.com/ymsacredheart
@LTsacredheartRC
www.facebook.com/ymsacredheart
NO CON 2
No CON 1
Comm. Prep.
6pm in Horvath
NO
EDGE in Horvath
6-8p
CON 1
6:30pm in
Horvath
MARCH 29, 2015
Living Stations of
the Cross
3pm in the Church
Mass @ 5pm
NO Life Night
ALL are Welcome!
Comm. Prep
6pm in Horvath
Mass @ 5pm
Bible Study
6-7p in Horvath
Parent Mini
retreat
Saturday April 18th
9:30AM-12:30PM
In Horvath Hall
Youth Conference 2015
July 10th-12th
Sacred Heart Life Teen will be joining 2,000
teens at the University of Arizona for a lifechanging weekend encounter with Christ!
*Please visit the youth office to register or
for more info!
is
Super Saturday
“I chose Saint Agnes as my patron saint because she is the patron saint of
girls and is a symbol that holiness does not depend on length of years, experience, or human effort; it is a gift God
offers to all. She was a strong woman and I really look up to a woman that
can stay away from what she doesn't want or need without hesitation. I look
up to my patron saint because she took criticism and it had no affect on her
What does it mean to be made in the image
religious beliefs. She always claimed that God was with her and that he
would always help her throughout everything she does. She and
was likeness
brave, of God, especially when we
strong, and dedicated to her religion and beliefs. In my personal
life to
I endure
want
be made in the image and likeness
a lot of criticism and a lot of persuasion. I look up to how she represented
of Ariana Grande or Ryan Gosling? All
the strength a woman can hold toward her decisions and her rights to retain
Open
to everyone!
teens are invited to hear a 3-night
message
a belief.”
Manditory
for
all High School
TRUTH
-Yesenia of
Sanchez,
16 about their dignity and selfConfirmation
& Communion Prep. Students
worth .
Guest Speakers:
(Mon. & Tues. —John Paull II Hall; Wed.—Church
Bobby and Jackie Angel
April 11th
Starts with
Mass @ 5pm
YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday 1-5pm
Candice Brown: Youth Minister
Chika Anyanwu: Confirmation Coordinator
Melissa Taylor: YM Admin. Assistant
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
909-803-1422
909-803-1423
909-803-1421
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GRATITUDE PAGE
march 29, 2015
“...do not cease giving thanks to you, remembering you in my prayers”
Ephesians 1:16
During the blood drive conducted on the 15th of
February, we collected 33 pints of blood for the
community. Thanks to all who participated. And once
again, a special thanks to Gwyn Frost who once again
provided lunch for the blood drive personnel from
LifeStream. See you in August.
Rick Strack
Blood Drive Coordinator.
On the 7th of March Fr.
Ben t aveled to Loyola
Mar ount Universit in
Los Angeles to deliver a
lect re on the impor ance
of the development of the
Human Conscience. We
were able to see Professor
Fr. Ben as he ex lained the
depth of Church teaching through the documents and moral theolog
that are par of our beautif l t adition. Fr. Ben was able to share his giſt of
knowledge and deep love of the Church that is many times reflected in his
homilies but as a professor he is able to bring light and knowledge that
allows for a g eater love of Christ and
the Church. We thank God for
the giſt of Fr. Ben and that his love
and knowledge of God may increase
ever ore.
PA R I S H S T A F F
“Serving God through Serving Others”
ADMINISTRATIVE
FAITH FORMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY
Debbie Fanzo, Director of Community Life
ext. 111
e-mail: [email protected]
Rosa Talamantes, Dir. of Hispanic Ministry & Multi-Cultural Cord. ext. 145
e-mail: [email protected]
Blanca Marrufo, Adm Assistant to the Pastor
ext. 133
e-mail: [email protected]
Vivian Huizar, Office Assistant/Sacramental Records
ext. 113
e-mail: [email protected]
Gladys Giron, Office Assistant
ext. 115
e-mail: [email protected]
Aileen Arrezola, Bookkeeper
ext. 114
e-mail: [email protected]
LITURGICAL
Mary Dias, Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries
e-mail: [email protected]
Thomas Haynes, Audio Visual Coordinator
e-mail: [email protected]
ext. 701
ext. 252
Cecilia Fornelli, CCM
ext. 150
e-mail: [email protected]
Maria Trujillo, RE Administrative Assistant
ext. 152
e-mail: [email protected]
Candice Brown, Youth Minister
ext. 122
e-mail: [email protected]
Chika Anyanwu, Coordinator of Confirmation and Young Adults ext. 123
e-mail: [email protected]
Melissa Taylor, Y/M Administrative Assistant
ext. 121
e-mail: [email protected]
FACILITIES
Carlos Sanchez, Facility Manager
e-mail: [email protected]
Salvador Marquez, Lawn Care
Elizabeth Villasenor, Rectory Housekeeper/Cook
Francisco Valenzuela, Maintenance
ext. 552
ext. 118
ext. 115
ext. 118
PARISH MINISTRIES (Telephone or Extension)
ACTS
Carlos & Andrea Avila
ext.261
Adoration
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
African Descent Ministry
Philomina Nwarueze
(909)743-9419
Altar Linens
Judy Oziminski
(909)484-7350
Altar Server
Rene Echiverri
(909)904-1611
Arts / Environment
Veronica Assal
(909)899-1049
Audio / Visual
Thomas Haynes
Children’s Liturgy
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Children’s Performing Arts Teresa Ortega
(714)883-5177
Church Cleaning
Alejandro & Ana Castro
(909)463-6323
Coffee & Donut Ministry
Mary Orduño
(909)561-2950
ext. 244
Communion to Homebound Eric Batoon email: [email protected]
Chito Peralta 909-615-1533/Heidi Molina 909-576-6267
Cursillos In Christianity
Divine Mercy Ministry Kathyrn Cramm (909)477-9338 /Anne Magodoro (909)518-7637
EDGE (Middle School)
Candice Brown
(909)803-1422
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Festival Chairman
Joe Kuskie
ext. # 291
Filipino Ministry
Jojo Lazo
(937)701-7472
Finance Council
Tony Morales
(909)528-3259
Fire Starters
Rey Convento
(909)899-1761
Food Pantry
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Grief Ministry
Rudy & Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Health Ministry
Rose Morales
(626)216-3496
Jail Ministry
Jeanne Thompson
(909)899-1049
Knights of Columbus
Jim Hernandez
(951)897-9973
Lectors
Robert Covington
(909)350-3277
LifeTeen (High School)
Candice Brown
(909)803-1422
Light of Jesus Family Ministry Lester Pasimio
(626)643-0012
Little Lambs Sunday School
Olivia A Pranata
(909)781-2340
Lumen Christi Young Adults Chika Anyanwu
(909)803-1423
Marriage Encounter
Peddy & Linda Ascio
(909)428-2220
Marriage Enrichment
Shawn & Bern Judson
(909)463-9689
Marriage Preparation
Greg & Ana Estrella
ext. 262
(909)472-8682
Mary’s Hands Circle (Crafting Ministry) Gina Kunakorn
Men’s Fellowship
Alex Alexander
(909)697-5834
Multi Cultural Fellowship
Carmela Giliberto
(909)256-9675
Candice Brown, Jowie Witongco, Raul Cancio, Marlene Scarlett, Matthew Braun
Music
Parish School Board
Teddy Rawson
(909)899-1049
Pastoral Council
Dave Hutson (Interim)
(909) 823-0146
Prayer Group– Holy Spirit
Purgatorian Prayer Ministry
Respect Life
RCIA (English)
Security Ministry
Senior Ministry
Stewardship Committee
Tribunal Advocates
Ushers / Greeters
Women’s Fellowship
Linda Elliott
Alicia Santacruz
Mirella Barclay
Mary Ann Andel
Tim Wyant
Joe Dias
Michael Rios
Dcn. Ed Clark
Andy Morales
Ve’Lores Thomspon
(909)880-8885
(909)578-7658
(909)989-9773
(909)987-9312
(909)899-1049
(909)275-3647
(909)899-1049
ext. 286
(909)600-9593
(909)463-6204
MINISTERIOS PARROQUIALES
Adoración de 24 Horas
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
Ángeles de María (Las Niñas)
Esther Velásquez
(909)941-0739
Despensa de Comida
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Duelo - Ministerio
Rudy & Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Educación Religiosa y RCIA
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Encuentro Matrimonial
Jesus y Livier Garcia
(909)899-6000
Estudio Bíblico
Joseph Moctezuma
(909)282-2142
Eucaristía - Ministros
Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Grupo de Oración-Cristo Rey
David Arias y Tere Canola (909)899-1049
Justicia Social
Sandra Gonzalez
(909)921-3163
Lectores (Español)
Luis Torres
(909)854-6670
Matrimonios del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús y María
Jason y Lorena Tinoco
(909)957-2153
Ministerio de Comunión a los Enfermos Patricia Hassin
(909)232-0041
Monaguillos
Nidia Vargas
(559)331-5173
Movimiento Familiar
Guillermo y Carmen Navarro (909)463-6372
Música:
Joaquín Vázquez, Carlos Urrutia, José Ramírez, y Carlos Ramírez
Planificación Natural de la Familia Gerardo y Lupe Valvaneda
(909)899-3955
Preparación Bautismal/Quinceañeras Rosa Talamantes
ext. 145
Preparación Matrimonial
Francisco & Vicki Bellota
ext. 282
Respeto a la Vida
Myrtha Vidal
(562)458-7791
Ujieres
Andy Morales
(909)600-9593