17 May 2015 - Saint Irenaeus Catholic Church

17 May 2015
The Ascension of the Lord
Sunday Mass
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday AM: 6:30, 8:00, 9:45, 11:30
Sunday PM: 1:15 (Español), 5:00 (Teen Mass), 6:30
Pastor
Fr. Patrick Moses
Weekday Mass
Monday – Friday: 6:30, 8:30 AM
Wednesday: 7:00 PM (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena)
(Tagalog Mass every 4th Wednesday of the month)
Saturday: 8:30 AM
Permanent Deacons
José Campos, Del Davis, Steve Germain, Gerald Pyne
Adoration
Weekly: Fridays 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monthly: 13th of the month 9:00 AM – 6:00 AM (on the 14th)
Penance
Monday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish)
Friday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish)
Saturday: 3:30 PM or by appointment (English & Spanish)
Parochial Vicars
Fr. Martin Nguyen and Fr. Daniel Reader
School Principal
Monica Hayden
Parish Office Hours
9:00 AM - 7:30 PM* Monday & Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM* Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
*Closed for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
CLOSED SATURDAY
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Sunday
New Hope Crisis Counseling Hotline
Hot Line (24/7) 1-714-NEW-HOPE or 714-639-4673
5201 Evergreen Avenue, Cypress, CA 90630  714-826-0760  www.sticypress.org  [email protected]
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This weekend and the weekend of May 30th and 31st, we
celebrate the first Holy Communion of our parish children.
Our children have made their first confessions, and have prepared
their souls to welcome Jesus Christ in a singular and extraordinary
way into their very beings. This day is a wonderful, most important
day in the life of faith. The first communion of our young people is
also a good opportunity for us to reflect upon, and remind ourselves,
of not only what we receive in Holy Communion, but also what
happens to us in Holy Communion.
In this reception of the Eucharist, we receive nothing other than Jesus
Himself. The Council of Trent teaches, “As sacrament, the Holy
Eucharist is the body and blood, together with the soul and divinity,
of our Lord Jesus Christ and, therefore, the whole Christ who is truly,
really and substantially present.” The Eucharist is not a symbol,
but a reality: Christ really, truly, substantially among us. Because
of this, the Mass itself is not something that we do for God, but
something that God does for us. In the Mass, God allows us to truly
be at, and receive the fruits of, Calvary where death was defeated and
our salvation was won.
What happens to us in Holy Communion? We are transformed.
Jesus gives Himself to us in this way that we might be transformed
and become more like Him. In becoming more like Jesus, we don’t
become less who we are, but more as we are meant to be. We become
more fully human, and in becoming such, we grow in true joy and
happiness. We are transformed so that what God the Father sees and
loves in Jesus, He may see and love in us.
The Eucharist is the foretaste and promise of eternal life, and we are
told so by Jesus Himself, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood
has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day. For my flesh is
true food, and my blood is true drink. Whoever eats my flesh and
drinks my blood remains in me and I in him.” (John 6:54-56) As we
receive Jesus our Eucharistic Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, this
Sunday and every Sunday, let us ask Jesus deepen our faith, our
understanding, and our love for this greatest of gifts that He gives us.
With my prayers,
Fr. Patrick
Parish Office 714-826-0760
Business Administration
Steve Germain, Business Manager
Tony Kulassia, Office Manager
Kathy Loch, Admin. Secretary
Margie Mendez, Secretary
Lisa Giacomi, Bulletin
Adult Formation
Rebecca Soto, Director
Ministerio Hispano
Sr. Maria Teresa Salceda, Director
Humberto Arreola, Coro Hispano
Health Care Ministry
Sr. Rita O’Connell, Director
Worship
Kimberly Wargo, Director of Music
Stewardship
Carlos Ramirez, Director
Youth Formation 714-826-1140
Ruth Bradley, Director
Elaine Brewster, Secretary
Sherri Nelson, Secretary
Youth Ministry 714-826-0460
Laura Benoit, Director
Denise Gonzales, Secretary
Parish School 714-827-4500
Monica Hayden, Principal
Infant Baptism
It is necessary to attend a
Pre-Baptism Information Evening.
Register in the Parish Office at
least two months prior to the
proposed Baptism date.
Sacraments
To complete sacraments or to
become Catholic, adults contact
the Parish Office; children and
teens contact Youth Formation.
Marriage
Contact the Parish Office.
Six months preparation is required.
Anointing of the Sick
In case of serious illness or surgery,
contact Health Care Ministry.
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“These signs will accompany those
who believe: in my name they will
drive out demons, they will speak
new languages. They will pick up
serpents with their hands, and if
they drink any deadly thing, it will
not harm them. They will lay hands
on the sick, and they will recover."
(Mark 1 6:17-18)
The last I saw of him, he was
heading West in the back of the
squad car. His parting gesture?
Two thumbs up...
I could tell that something was
"up" when the receptionist peeked
around the corner. Moments earlier
I had passed through the waiting area
and noticed an elderly gentleman
receiving some food from us.
Although a regular occurrence
around here, something was just not
quite right. I soon found out why as I
attempted to learn how we could
help him.
At first there were long pauses
between one syllable answers. We
sat on the wall under the olive tree.
It was a beautiful afternoon. He had
been drinking. We talked until I ran
out of questions. I did not know how
to help him. I did not know what to
do. I called the Cypress Police
Department. Within minutes one
of their finest arrived to help the
deacon.
Our police have been taking a lot
of hits lately. It is too bad that I was
the only witness to an absolutely
holy exchange between the officer
and the man. The reverence, the
dignity, the gentleness with which
he asked his questions I will never
forget. It was a teaching moment
for me. I saw the signs [that]
accompany those who believe....
You may have heard too that our
police department is at the center of
raising funds for the families affected
by the recent apartment fire. Your
response for the same was
$8,372.15 in our second collection
last weekend. Thank you! You
also gave to the parish $33,532.75
to fund the ministries, pay the bills
and give this deacon more training
opportunities in discipleship. Thank
you for your generosity!
Deacon Steve
PS. Have you ever experienced
something so great that you couldn't
wait to tell you best friend about it?
Our parish's Evangelization Retreat
is coming again on May 29 - 31st.
Don't wait for your friend.
TODAY
COMING HOME: 7:00 p.m. in the Education Building. All who have been away
from the Church or who have struggled with issues regarding the Church are
welcome to attend. Please join us. For more information contact Carol K. at
714-349-9177 or [email protected] This will be our last meeting of
this session. We will be discussing: Vatican II (1963 1965)—What was it all
about? What changes occurred in the Church as a result? What were the
changes in emphasis? Did any of the basic teachings change?
Where Do We Go From Here? Where and how do we continue to learn and
grow? What opportunities are available? What is true humility and what does that
mean in our daily walk with Jesus?
MONDAY
MARY—A BIBLICAL WALK WITH THE BLESSED MOTHER: 6:30 p.m. in
classrooms #15 & 16.
“ADVANCE CARE PLANNING: CHOICES FOR LIVING AND DYING”: 7:00 p.m.
in the Education Bldg. Our presenter, Karen Little, MSW, will discuss timely and
important topics such as Physician Orders for Life-sustaining Treatment and
Advance care directives.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP: If you have experienced loss and are in need of
non-judgmental, caring support, please join us on the third Monday of each
month in the Hall Conference Room at 7:00 p.m.
TUESDAY
MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS: Please join us in praying the rosary every
Tuesday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass in the crying room.
WALKING FOR HEALTH: 9:15 a.m. Meet in front of the Ed Bldg for a 1/2 hour walk.
CAPACITAR: 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. in the Education Building.
WILLS AND TRUSTS SEMINAR: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Free. All
parishioners are welcome. Estate planning experts will answer your questions
about estate plans and taxes, trusts (new or updating), probate, guardianship of
minor children and other important topics. Contact the Orange Catholic Foundation
(714-282-4208; [email protected]) for more information.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in the Hall conference room.
For more information please call Jay Conklin at 714-337-6857.
AL-ANON MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in Room #7. For more info call Betty at 761-4624.
WEDNESDAY
MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA: Join us in the crying room after the
8:30 a.m. mass.
ROSARY FOR LIFE: Please join us each Wednesday morning after Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Novena in the Crying Room at approximately 9:45 a.m. For more
information please call Diane Caldera 714-952-1071.
NAMI (NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS) MEETING: 7:00 p.m. in
classroom #7. Offered every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.
THURSDAY
SHAWL MINISTRY; 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. in the Hall conference room. Contact Donna
Kriesel at 897-3019 for more information. You earn FISH hours for participating!
FRIDAY
LEGION OF MARY: 9:30-11:00 a.m. in the Modular Unit. For more information
please call Grace at 714-742-0960.
CHARISMATIC PRAYER MEETING: 7:00 p.m. in classroom #6. Please join us in
giving praise, thanks, honor and love to our Lord. All are welcome.
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DIVORCED? SEPARATED? SCARED? ANGRY?
Journey of Hope is a 13-week program for Catholics
to support you as you endure the emotional pain and
suffering of divorce and separation.
The program addresses the challenges and unique
family dynamics created by divorce. The support group,
led by Catholics who have gone through divorce, offers
you a safe environment to share concerns and
experience healing.
Open yourself to experience healing and allow Jesus to
restore your faith and renew your journey. Meetings are
held every Friday, beginning April 10, from 7:00-8:30 pm
at St. Norbert Catholic Church, 300 E. Taft Avenue,
Orange. Donation of $35 includes books and journals. To
register, call Pat Hansmeyer at 714-713-7412 or
Dru Moschel at 714-209-0286 for more information.
Registration also available on any meeting day.
ADORATION SUPPORTING THE
MAY EVANGELIZATION RETREAT
In support of the May Evangelization Retreat
(May 29-31) we are accepting sign ups for
adoration. You can sign up
by contacting Rolly Arenz
(562-708-0258;
[email protected]). You can also sign
up on our web sign up page: vols.pt/
cisA3y.
JUNE 26, 27 & 28
ST. I FIESTA 2015
"TEAMWORK MAKES
THE DREAM"
Hello folks! It’s your Fiesta
Committee coaching staff
again. We know you don't
like hearing us repeating
ourselves, but the Fiesta is
getting close and your help
as a team player is greatly
needed. We still have a few booth captain positions
available as well as many volunteers needed to work
the booths. Contact Julie Johnson at [email protected] .
Please stop by the patio, sign up for the food or game
booth of your choice. While your there drop off your
raffle tickets and purchase your game and ride tickets
at an incredible discount. If you have a business, what
better way than to advertise by sponsoring the fiesta.
Please contact Janina Zimmerman at 714-401-7869 or
email [email protected] for more details.
Please don't forget about your Silent Auction donations .
Contact Henie Directo at 714-209-5968 or
[email protected] Remember every team needs
players with the desire to succeed. Please join our team
and help us make the Fiesta a winning success. If you
have any questions or concerns, please contact Christine
Welsch at 714-553-9910 or [email protected]
Thank you and God Bless.
MONDAY, JUNE 1
WOMEN’S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Faith Formation workroom
If you are a cancer survivor, newly diagnosed or dealing
with treatment, your presence will be most welcome.
TUESDAY, JUNE 2
CATHOLIC FAITH CONVERSATION
7 to 9 p.m. in a parishioner's home the first Tuesday of the
month. We are a small group of Catholics who discuss
our faith beliefs... helping us to learn more from each
other; helping us to grow closer to God; and share our
faith with others with greater faith and conviction.
Everyone contributes (no matter how small) which
becomes a chain reaction, as one person's input draws
another on to thought and speech. The Legion of Mary
sponsors and facilitates the meeting.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10
NEW HORIZONS SUPPORT GROUP
7:00-8:30 p.m. in classroom #14
Planned social activities for single, separated, divorced
or widowed, ages 50+. Meets the second Wednesday
of each month. Contact: Alicia DeAnda at 714-761-8246
or Gerry Terpening at 714-969-0329.
JULY 13-17 ▲ BIBLE CAMP
It’s time for Bible Camp!
This year, we will be Climbing Everest to learn about
Conquering Challenges with God’s Mighty Power!
Registration has begun!!! Don’t wait too long and miss
out! To register go to stibiblecamp.org.
**We will also be having many decorating parties soon to
prepare for camp! This is another fun way to earn FISH
hours and get involved in camp. Check the bulletin, Bible
Camp website and Facebook page for dates and times.
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Ministry Appreciation
All ministers are invited to attend the Ministry Appreciation
Saturday, May 23, from 1:30 to 3:00 PM in the Parish Hall.
The priests, staff and parishioners would like to show our
appreciation to all the volunteers who make St. Irenaeus such
a unique and wonderful parish.
This is an “open house” type function. You can drop in any
time, mingle, have some light hors d’oeuvres and leave
whenever you like.
Contact Carlos at the parish office (714-826-0760, ext. 112;
[email protected]) to RSVP & ensure we have enough
food.
We will also have a blessing for ministers present at all the
masses that weekend (May 23 and May 24).
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JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY—Grades 7 & 8
PEACEMAKERS begin summer break. Registration for
next year is beginning now. Have a great and safe
summer!
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY—Grades 9-12
SNL TONIGHT – All high school students are welcome to
attend. Bring $2 for pizza.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!! Paul J. Kim is coming back
on May 31st. Flyers are in the vestibule. Register by
May 20th.
CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION – Registration forms
for high school students wishing to begin Year I of
Confirmation preparation are now available. Contact
Laura at 714-826-0460 or [email protected]
A copy of your student’s baptismal certificate is required
for registration and must be turned in with the form.
REFLECTION
What if you were asked to mentor a person who was
becoming a Catholic but they knew very little about the
Church? What if it was your responsibility to teach them
by your words and example? What would you tell them?
Where would you take them to show them what it means
to be a Catholic? Are there songs or prayers you would
share with them that have been helpful to you?
Jesus prays for the Apostles and for us in today’s Gospel
reading. His prayer is a prayer for protection, unity, and
love. Remember that God hears those (and all of our)
prayers and that we are not alone as long as we share
love with others. There was a popular saying bouncing
around Christian circles a few years ago: “You are the
only Gospel some people will ever read.” What it means
to me is a lot like last week’s Gospel message: There
may be people in your life who haven’t had any exposure
to religion, but they know you! As the Second Reading
says, “No one has ever seen God. Yet, if we love one
another, God remains in us” (1 John 4:12).
Prayer of St. Teresa of Avila
Christ has no body but yours,
No hands, no feet on earth but yours,
Yours are the eyes with which he looks
Compassion on this world,
Yours are the feet with which he walks to do good,
Yours are the hands, with which he blesses all the world.
Yours are the hands, yours are the feet,
Yours are the eyes, you are his body.
Christ has no body now but yours,
No hands, no feet on earth but yours,
Yours are the eyes with which he looks
with compassion on this world.
Christ has no body now on earth but yours.
CHILDREN’S MINISTRY—Pre-school-6th Grade
(and Sacrament Preparation for older students)
FIRST EUCHARIST CELEBRATIONS: Congratulations
to the 293 children who received Jesus for the first time.
REGISTRATION FOR 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR will
begin on June 1, 2015 and close on September 11, 2015.
If your child is in the program this year, a telephone call or
email can re-register your student(s) after June 1. If your
child was NOT in classes this year, please come to the
Youth Formation Office to register.
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Thursday
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. It would be good to call
before you come. 714-826-1140.
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St. Irenaeus Parish School
learning, believing, and serving…together
Parish School Offering Program
Our Parish School Offering Program (the Red Envelopes) supports
tuition assistance for families who are challenged to afford to send their
children to St. Irenaeus Parish School. We have been blessed by
parents, alumni and parishioners over the years with their gifts of
prayer, time, and financial donations. This year your donations
helped make a Catholic education available to 31 families and
43 students at our school. Next year with tuition assistance funds
provided by alumni, parents of alumni, parishioners, our own
endowment, and the Orange Catholic Foundation, we will be able to
help 39 families and 61 students.
Our goal is to offer a Catholic education to more children in our parish
and with your financial donation we will continue to do that. Last year
the Parish School Offering Program received donations totaling
$16,696. This year our goal is $22,000 and we are currently at
$19,200. We are so close to making our goal. Please consider an offering that is comfortable for you. All
donations are tax deductible and are appreciated. The red envelopes are always available in the pews.
The deadline for contributions towards this year’s goal is June 30th.
We are very grateful to all of our parishioners and friends who support our school. Some of the gifts received
have been given in honor or in memory of someone in our parish/school community. Please include these
special intentions in your prayers.
In Honor of: L & I. Velasquez, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lopez, Alyssa and Jeremy Gutierrez, Charley Daugherty,
Reina Sambrano, Carolyn, Anne, & Mark Smuts, Melani Hill
and Michael Connell
In Memory of: James Howard Carr, Silvia Martinez,
Kathy Johnson, Jose Revilla, Amada Andal Martinez,
Agnes P. Kolano, Aginus Rowel, Grace Willoughby,
Bill & Catherine Dessert, Donna Prager, Eileen Sweeney,
Narsisa Sese, Edward & Dolores Mazur, & Haydee Koppenheffer
St. Irenaeus Parish School is committed to keeping tuition
affordable for any family who wishes to send their children here.
Remembering the school in your will or estate plan is an easy
way to help make this possible for future generations. For more
information, contact Lisa Sambrano at 714-827-4500 or Sue
Nunn at Orange Catholic Foundation at 714-282-3021.
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Have you been baptized but have never received communion?
Have you thought about becoming Catholic?
Maybe you have questions like...
Does God really know me? How can I know Him? What is Faith?
Would you like to find out more about baptism or adults? What is RCIA?
We invite you to Ask Questions and Get Answers!
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Find out what it means to be Catholic.
Develop a relationship with God and others who are searching
just like you!
If YOU or someone you know have questions about becoming Catholic,
or just want to know more...contact Rebecca Soto
714.826.0760 or email [email protected]
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TO PRAY FOR THE SICK
PARA PEDÍR POR LOS ENFERMOS
Chuck Callendar  Virginia Cartier  Louis Castillo
Rose Chavez  Anne Cortes  Jasmine Cueva
Elsie Gutierrez  Mary Hall  Carol Huff  Bob Kaiser
Martin Kirk  Mila Grace Lent  Terry Lyle
Nathan Manier  Baby Camilla Manzala
Bill McCormick  Marichu Mercado  Anika Nielsen
Pablo Ninofranco  Pete Palacpac  Nick Rabanera
Verne Schuster  Patience Smith  Gene Stuben
Harold Stuben  Jerard VanDieren
Lydia Vizcarrondo  Pauline Vonderharr  Rick Welsch
We Remember Our Deceased
"Advance Care Planning:
Choices for Living and Dying” Workshop
Monday, May 18th 7:00-8:30 PM Parish Hall
Alfredo E. Angeles
Iris Barboza
Msgr. Jose Bernardo Jr.
Patricia Wade Bonilla
I
Flordelito A. Carigma am the
Resurrection
Henry Castro
and the Life.
Gracie Cooper
The one
Geneva Costa
Who
Trevor Doran
believes in
Edward Felix
Me will
Daniel Gamble
never die.
Kathleen Hearn
—John 11:25
James Hoffman
Margaret Kell
Jean Kirkpatrick
Louise Llorens
Susie Lopez
Maxine McCoy
David Nichols
David Perez
Teresa Serrano
William O’Toole
Mary P. Trujillo
Donald Williams
Wedding banns
Katrina Mannion & Danny DeMarco
Emily Garcia & Diosdado Velasquez
Vanessa Porras & J.W. Burtle
READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY
24 MAY 2015
PENTECOST SUNDAY
Acts 2:1-11 / 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 / John 20:19-23; L63B
Sharing Questions: The testimony I give of the risen
Jesus is…
The Spirit of truth leads me to…
Compartiendo Preguntas: El testimonio que doy de
Jesús resucitado es ...
El Espíritu de verdad me conduce a ...
Our Health Ministry will be offering this workshop to help
all of us have peace of mind regarding our wishes for
living and dying.
For many, this is a subject that is thought about but
seldom addressed until a crisis situation presents itself.
By attending this workshop, you will be given the tools
necessary to make the right decisions for YOU in a calm,
thoughtful manner giving you peace of mind.
Our presenter, Ms. Karin Little, has a Masters in social
work and for the last 14 years has worked as the Family
Consultant and Education Coordinator for the Caregiver
Resource Center teaching classes, facilitating support
groups, providing case management and training for staff
and others.
Please join Ms. Little as she helps us discern what’s most
important to each of us and teaches us how to get the
conversations started with family and loved ones.
Reservations not required and all are welcome.
UPCOMING
LABYRINTH WALK
JUNE 16TH
Tuesday
7PM-9PM
Parish Hall
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Este fin de semana y el fin de semana 30 y 31de mayo, se
celebra la primera comunión de nuestros niños de la parroquia.
Cada uno de nuestros hijos ha hecho su primera confesión y ha
preparado su alma para recibir a Jesucristo de una manera singular y
extraordinaria en su ser. Este día es un día maravilloso, el más
importante en la vida de fe. La primera comunión de nuestros jóvenes
es también una buena oportunidad para reflexionar y recordarnos a
nosotros mismos, no sólo de lo que recibimos en la Sagrada
Comunión, sino también lo que nos sucede en la Santa Comunión.
En esta recepción de la Eucaristía, no recibimos otra cosa que al
mismo Jesús. El Concilio de Trento enseña: "Como sacramento, la
Santa Eucaristía es el Cuerpo y la Sangre junto con el alma y la
divinidad de nuestro Señor Jesucristo y, por lo tanto, a Cristo quien
está verdaderamente, real y substancialmente presente." La
Eucaristía no es un símbolo, sino una realidad: Cristo verdadero, real
y sustancialmente entre nosotros. Debido a esto, la propia misa, no es
algo que hacemos por Dios, sino algo que Dios hace por nosotros. En
la Misa, Dios nos permite estar verdaderamente y recibir los frutos del
Calvario donde la muerte fue derrotada y nuestra salvación fue
ganada.
¿Qué nos pasa en la Sagrada Comunión? Somos transformados. Jesús
se entrega a nosotros de esta manera para que podamos ser
transformados y ser más como Él. Cada vez que nos hacemos más
como Jesús, no nos hacemos menos de lo que somos, sino más bien
como estamos destinados a ser. Nos hacemos más plenamente
humanos y al convertirnos como tales, crecemos en la verdadera
alegría y la felicidad. Somos transformados de la manera en que lo que
Dios el Padre ve y ama en Jesús, Él lo puede ver y amar en nosotros.
La Eucaristía es el anticipo y la promesa de la vida eterna, y se nos
dice por el mismo Jesús: "El que come mi carne y bebe mi sangre, tiene
vida eterna y yo lo resucitaré en el último día. Porque mi carne es
verdadera comida y mi sangre es verdadera bebida. El que come mi
carne y bebe mi sangre permanece en mí y yo en él" (Juan 6: 54-56).
A medida que recibimos a Jesús nuestro Señor Eucarístico en el
Santísimo Sacramento, este domingo y todos los domingos, pidamos a
Jesús profundizar nuestra fe, nuestra comprensión y nuestro amor por
este gran don que Él nos da.
Con mis oraciones,
Padre Patricio
ALGUNOS MEDIOS
PRACTICOS PARA VIVIR EN
LA PRESENCIA DE DIOS
1. Cree e imagina que Jesús
realmente está junto a ti
2. Mira todo con miradas de fe
3. Haz un examen diario de
conciencia
4. Da gracias a Dios por todo y
en todo momento
5. Haz visitas eucarísticas y
comuniones espirituales
6. Reza cuando realices tus
actividades habituales
7. Lleva un crucifijo colgado en
tu cuello
ESTA SEMANA EN
NUESTRA PARROQUIA
LUNES
ROSARIO POR LA PAZ Y LAS
FAMILIAS a las 6:30pm en la Iglesia.
MARTES
REUNION DEL EQUIPO
COORDINADOR DE JOVENES
PARA CRISTO en el salón Modular
a las 7pm.
JUEVES
GRUPO DE ORACION a las 7pm en
el salón #7.
PRACTICA DEL CORO HISPANO
a las 7pm en el salón #16.
VIERNES
JOVENES PARA CRISTO, grupo
de adultos, temas de reflexión y
crecimiento espiritual. Se reúnen a
las 7pm en el Edificio de Educación.