OLM Bulletin 2015-04-26 - Our Lady of the Mountains

April 26, 2015, Fourth Sunday of Easter
26 de Abril, Cuarto Domingo de Pascua
Our Lady of the Mountains
Catholic Community
Nuestra Señora de
las Montañas
Comunídad
READINGS OF THE WEEK
THE GOOD SHEPHERD
This Fourth Sunday of Easter is traditionally referred to as
“Good Shepherd Sunday.” Today we listen to the words of
the Lord as He refers to Himself as the “Good Shepherd
who lays down His life for the sheep.” It is sometimes so
difficult for us to grasp the reality that anyone would lay
down his or her own life for the sake of someone else. This
is especially true in a society that places high value on
power and personal advancement, often at the cost of
“trampling” on other people in order to climb the ladder.
Today’s scriptures point to the one we are called to emulate—the one who lays down His life for His sheep. Today’s
Scriptures challenge us to discover ways to bring life to
those around us—to build up rather than to tear down.
SANTA CRUZ CELEBRATION
Monday:
Acts 11:1-18; Ps 42:2-3; 43:3, 4; Jn 10:1-10
Tuesday:
Acts 11:19-26; Ps 87:1b-7; Jn 10:22-30
Wednesday: Acts 12:24 — 13:5a; Ps 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8;
Jn 12:44-50
Thursday: Acts 13:13-25: Ps 89:2-3, 21-22, 25, 27;
Jn 13:16-20
Friday:
Acts 13:26-33; Ps 2:6-11ab; Jn 14:1-6
or (for the memorial) Gn 1:26 — 2:3 or
Col 3:14-15, 17, 23-24; Ps 90:2-4, 12-14,
16; Mt 13:54-58
Saturday: Acts 13:44-52; Ps 98:1-4; Jn 14:7-14
Sunday:
Acts 9:26-31; Ps 22:26-28, 30-32;
1 Jn 3:18-24; Jn 15:1-8|
APP MESSAGES
Sunday, May 3
6:45 pm Procession
7:00 pm Mass
8:00 Fiesta
JACKSON HOLE THERAPEUTIC RIDING
Want to help others?
Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding Assoc. is
In need of volunteers.
No experience necessary.
For information, contact Christi Yanelli.
[email protected]
307-733-1374
A LOOK AT THE LIFE OF JESUS
Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3
After 5:30 pm, 8:00 am, and 10:00 am Masses
Our Lady of the Mountains Parish Hall
WELCOME NEWCOMERS!
The parishioners who went on the pilgrimage to the Holy
Land earlier this month would like to share their
We are delighted to have you worship with us today. Our
Lady of the Mountains is a Catholic community loving our experience with everyone next weekend. We’ll have some
pictures and conversation about Bethlehem, Nazareth,
Lord Jesus and growing in faith. We welcome you and your
Galilee, the Jordan River, Jericho, the Judean Desert,
family to our parish and hope that you will find a “home”
with us. Together we help one another experience the
Jerusalem, the Mount of Olives, the Garden of
presence of the Lord Jesus Christ. We invite you to join us
Gethsemane, and more! See the actual places where
for coffee, donuts, and fellowship after the Sunday 10:00 Jesus spent His entire life! Join us for a few minutes after
am Mass. To register, please visit our website.
each Mass. We’ll answer any questions you have. And
we’ll even have some refreshments!
PARISH COUNCIL MEMBER NOMINATION
The weekends of May 3 and May 10, ushers will collect
names of nominees for new parish council members. Be
sure to put someone’s name down if you think they’d be a
great representative for our parish!
CONFIRMATION
Rehearsal
Mass
4/30/15 6:00 pm
5/4/15 6:30 pm
Kaleidoscope of American Music
May 3, 2015
3:00 pm
Jackson Hole Chorale Concert
Ron Fabry – Director
Including several of our lovely OLM Parishioners
Free Admission
Cookies and Coffee at Intermission
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
Many of our customs surrounding critical illness come
from antiquity, and yet attitudes have certainly changed.
Death was an all-too-familiar presence then, and people
tended to see it as a natural and unavoidable part of life,
not a personal catastrophe. People tried to review their
lives, settle their affairs, say farewell to their dear ones,
and welcome the deathbed vigils and prayers that assured
them of God’s love and forgiveness. What people most
feared was sudden death. It was dreaded and never discussed. The faithful filled the catacombs with consoling
images of the Good Shepherd carrying the sheep to safe
pasture, or the faithful in glory seated at banquet tables.
The prayer texts from the time are consoling and positive,
and many inspired our modern prayers. The care of the
dying flowed directly from Roman pagan practice; it was
home-based and family-centered. Pagans didn’t especially
fear death, but they were terrified by the dead. Christians,
on the other hand, consoled their sick with psalms of joy
and faith in the Resurrection. The goal was to assure the
sick person of God’s love, and that the ties that bind the
dead and the living would endure.
Remember in your prayers our parishioners, friends,
relatives and their families who are in need of our
prayers for comfort, healing and strength.
Especially :
Abbie Mae Woolwine, Mary De Temple,
Peter Schwendeman, Terry Heinrich,
Chuck and Anna Flickinger, Lauren Fain
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
MINISTRIES May 2-3
And for the Souls of the Departed:
Arturo Nava Aburto, Billy Frank, Howard Williams
Please call the parish office to add names to our
prayer list. The names on the healing and repose of
souls’ lists will remain for one month. Please call the
parish office if names need to be added again.
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, April 27
8:00 am
Loose Family
5:30 pm
Tuesday, April 28
Readers:
8:00 am
Lynn Ward
Bev Hofmann, Vickie Mates
Wednesday, April 29
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:
8:00 am
Sandy Ostdiek
Shirley Craighead, Suzie Kirvinskee, Carol Richardson 1:30 pm
No Intention
8:00 am
Thursday, April 30
Readers:
8:00 am
Brian Long
Mary Cernicek, Nancy Palomba
5:30 pm
John Bibber +
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:
Friday, May 1
John Doyle, Bill Doyle, Catherine Holland
8:00 am
Susan Demuro
10:00 am
7:00pm
Jose Modesto Crescencio Ramos Garcia
Readers:
Saturday, May 2
Rosemary Jones, Ellen Nolan
8:00 am
Thomas Jones Sr. +
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:
5:30 pm
Kathleen Pilkington
Cris Dippel, Max Kudar, Barbara McPeak, Carol
Sunday, May 3
Ramthun, Joyce Sawczuk, Avelina Zárate Gómez
8:00 am
Gilbert Vaughan
10:00 am
Hal Mapes
ON WEALTH
7:00 pm
Terry Heinrich
The
intentions
listed
here
will
be the intentions of the
“Nothing is more fallacious than wealth.
priest and will not be announced to the gathered
It is a hostile comrade, a domestic enemy.”
assembly.
—St. John Chrysostom
26 de abril de 2015
Cuarto Domingo de Pascua
“Miren cuánto amor nos ha tenido
el Padre, pues no sólo nos
llamamos hijos de Dios,
sino que lo somos.”
- 1 Juan 3:1
SACRAMENTOS Y REUNIONES
Bautismo
Ramón García
Email: [email protected]
(307) 690-7294
Clases de preparación de
bautismo para padres y padrinos
Primer viernes después de la Misa 7:00pm
Adoración del Santísimo
Jueves 8:30 am a 5:30 pm
Sacramento de Reconciliación
Cada Domingo 6:00pm (antes de Misa)
Educación Religiosa
Para obtener información llame a la Parroquia
307-733-2516
Alcohólicos Anónimos
Los Jueves: 6 pm (610 W. Broadway, sala L-1)
Comité de la Comunidad Latina
Isaías Vargas 307-699-1413
German Sánchez 307-413-6259
Victorio López 208-430-0970
Javier Vázquez 307-690-3498
Comité de la comunidad latino. Si tienen alguna
pregunta o duda, con mucho gusto los ayudamos.
Gracias.
SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Cuarto Domingo de Pascua;
Jornada Mundial de Oración por las
Vocaciones
Martes: San Luis María Grignon de Montfort;
San Pedro Chanel
Miércoles: Santa Catalina de Siena
Jueves:
San Pio V
Viernes: San José, obrero; Primer viernes
Sábado: San Atanasio; Primer sábado
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NOMINACIÓN
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LA PARROQUIA
Fines de semana del
3 de mayo y el 10 de mayo,
Nominación de los nuevos candidatos para
el Comité de la Parroquia.
CONFIRMACIÓN
Confirmación
Ensayo
Misa
4/30/15 6:00 pm
5/4/15 6:30 pm
JACKSON HOLE THERAPEUTIC RIDING
Te gustaría ayudar a los demás?
Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding Assoc. está
Solicitando voluntarios.
No hay que tener experiencia.
Por más información, contacta Christi Yanelli.
[email protected]
(307) 733-1374
FIESTA DE SANTA CRUZ
Domingo, el 3 de mayo
6:45 pm Procesión
7:00 pm Misa
8:00 pm Fiesta
LA GLORIA DE DIOS
“La gloria de Dios es el hombre viviente.”
—San Irineo
Parish Office Hours:
Parish Staff
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Closed for lunch 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Telephone
307-733-2516
Fax
307-739-1478
P.O. Box 992
201 S. Jackson Street
Jackson, WY 83001-0992
Fr. Randy Oswald
Pastor
[email protected]
Fr. Louie Shea
Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. Bob Miller
Visit Our Page
Deacon
[email protected]
Give online at:
www.olmcatholic.org
Rev. Mr. Doug Vlchek
Deacon
Mass Schedules For Our Lady of the Mountains
Monday-Saturday
Wednesday-St. John’s Living Center
Thursday
Viernes (Español)
Saturday
Sunday
8:00AM
1:30PM
5:30PM
7:00PM
5:30PM
8:00AM
10:00AM
7:00PM
Domingo (Español)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Thursday
8:30 AM to 5:30PM
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. Bill Hill
Deacon
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. Harry Flavin
Deacon
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. Philip Wanek
Deacon
p[email protected]
Ron Fabry
Director of Music
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday
Domingo
4:00-5:00 PM
6:15-6:45 PM
[email protected]
Tamra Hendrickson
[email protected]
Sacrament of the Sick
Contact the Parish Office or Priest
Business Manager
Catherine Erbes
Administrative Assistant
Baptism
[email protected]
Contact the Parish Office at least one month prior to date
of baptism or email [email protected]
Marriage
Our Lady of the Mountains Mission Churches
Please contact the Parish Office at least six months prior to
your wedding date or email [email protected]
Chapel of the Sacred Heart
Regular Meetings:
Grand Teton National Park
June 8 - September 14, 2014
Sunday at 5:00 PM
Knights of Columbus #9431
1st Thursday of each month
6:30 PM— Rosary
7:00 PM— Meeting
Jackson Council of Catholic Women
2nd Thursday of each month , Sept-May
[email protected]
Holy Family
Thayne, Wyoming
Sunday
10:30AM
Communion for the Home Bound
Contact Parish Office