- The Catholic Church of Visalia

May 10, 2015
The Catholic
Church of Visalia
St. Mary ’s, H oly Fa m ily, St. Th om as th e Apost le
& St. Charle s Borromeo
Catholic Center
PARISH OFFICE
506 N. Garden St.
Visalia, CA 93291
Office Hours/
Horas de Oficina
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Schedule of Masses
Holy Family
St. Mary’s - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin
1908 N. Court Street, Visalia, 93291
608 N. Church Street, Visalia, 93291
M - F: (Misa) 8:00 AM
M - S: Mass
Saturday:
Sunday:
Misa 6:00 PM
Mass 10:00 AM
7:00 AM
*All Fridays during the school year (except during Lent)
*9:00 AM & 12:15 PM
Misa 12:00 PM y 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:30 a.m. - Noon
M - F: Mass
12:15 PM
Saturday: Mass 4:00 PM
Sunday: Mass 7:00, 8:30, 10:30, & 7:00 PM
Misa 1:00 PM
Phone:
559-734-9522
St. Thomas the Apostle
St. Charles Borromeo
6735 Ave. 308, Goshen, 93291
5049 W. Caldwell Ave., Visalia, 93277)
Fax:
559-734-3435
M - F: 8:00 AM Servicio de Comunión
Sunday:
Misa - 9:30 AM
Saturday: Mass 5:30 PM
Sunday: Misa 8:00 AM
Mass 10:00 AM
Mass 12:00 PM
Please visit our
website for more
information:
www.tccov.org
Confession Schedule
Wednesday-St. Mary’s 12:45 PM - 1:15 PM
Friday, -Holy Family
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Welcome!
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors, families and friends of our community! We hope
the information in this weeks bulletin is a helpful resource. Please use the registration form on this page if
you are interested in becoming a registered parishioner. Just fill it out and drop it in the collection basket.
It’s that easy! Thank you for choosing to visit The Catholic Church of Visalia.
CONTACT INFORMATION
PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE
Fr. Eric Swearingen, Pastor
Rev. Alex Chavez, Associate Pastor
Rev. Mark Maxon, Associate Pastor
Rev. Victor Hernando, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jose Luis Varo, (In Residence)
Contact number:
The Catholic School of Visalia, George
McCann Memorial
Sheila Rast, Principal
200 E. Race Street, Visalia, 93291
559-732-5831 Phone
559-741-1562 Fax
Website: gmccatholicschool.org
Scrip Office: 732-7419
559-713-6860
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Paul Hernandez
Rev. Mr. Doug Pingel
Rev. Mr. Julian Ponce
Rev. Mr. Ken Ramage
Rev. Mr. James V. Rooney (Retired)
Rev. Mr. Henry Medina
Rev. Mr. Rick Miller,
Administrator
Rev. Mr. Henry Medina
Administrative Assistant to the Priests
Ruthanne Parlier, ext.118
Receptionist & Facilities Scheduler
Danny Sarabia , ext. 110
Facilities Manager
Stan Hillan, Sr., ext. 103
Liturgy Coordinator/Schedules
Patty Call, 559-734-9522
Director of Music
Charles Culbreth, 559-734-9522
Please submit bulletin items at TCCOV
Parish Office or by emailing
[email protected]
Sacrament of the Anointing of the
Sick…Every weekend after the
BETHLEHEM CENTER
Benny Rodriguez, Director
1638 N. Dinuba Blvd., Visalia, 93291
Phone: 734-1572
Website: www.bcvisalia.org
RELIGIOUS FORMATION
St. Mary’s (English) & (Español)
Adriana Robles–Noricumbo, CRE (SP)
Edie Loudermilk, Secretary, ext. 120 (EN)
OFFICE: 559-733-3929
FAX: 559-734-3435
(located in the Parish Center)
506 N. Garden Street, Visalia,
M-TH: 10:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Closed Fridays
Holy Family
Irma Gaitan, CRE
Office Locations & Hours
1908 N. Court St., Visalia,
(on the school grounds near Rm. 4)
M-Th 4:00 –7:00 p.m.
Phone: 559-732-9651
St. Thomas The Apostle
Antonio Mendoza - CRE
Office Location (Sunday)
6735 Ave 308, Goshen
Phone: 559-651-1923
Fax: 559-651-2270
Youth Ministry Coordinator
Ruben Cabatic, ext. 117
4:00 p.m. Mass at St. Mary’s, the Anointing of the Sick is offered to anyone who is ill, or who is going to
have a medical procedure.
Wedding Rehearsal Coordinators (Independent Contractors approved by TCCOV)
Holy Family Church
St. Mary’s Church
Rosann Porras-559-734-4456
E-mail: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
St. Charles Borromeo
Donna Grist 559-625-3115
Carol Serpa-559-734-0412
REGISTRATION:
Are you new to The Catholic Church of
Visalia? Please take a moment to register
by completing this form. You may drop it off
at the Parish Office or in the weekend collection.
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Sixth Sunday of Easter: May 10, 2015
“No one has greater love than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends” -John 15:9-17
TODAY AFTER MASS!
Pastor Reflection
Mother’s Day Corsages
We have a unique episode in the Acts of the Apostles today. A
whole roomful of people are baptized with the Holy Spirit before
they are baptized with water! The verb used—“the Holy Spirit ‘fell’
on them”—is characteristic of the way the Spirit works throughout
the book of Acts: powerful and surprising. Though this “baptism”
is not the normative way the New Testament describes baptism, it
is still a good reminder today that the Holy Spirit is not controlled
by whether or not we pour water, but rather that our sacramental
signs reveal the presence of the Spirit at work among us. And we
have a double reinforcement of how this work is accomplished
from a letter and a Gospel bearing John’s name. It is love, selfsacrificing and self-giving love, that manifests the Spirit of Jesus in
our midst. It is love that is the greatest of commandments. The
Spirit is manifested equally through those who live in that love.
Sunday, May 10th
“Thanks, Mom, For LIFE!”
Suggested Donation: $8
All donations support TulareKings Right to Life and their ongoing pro-life and chastity educational outreaches.
Caritas Christi
FESTIVAL OF TREES
TO LAY DOWN ONE’S LIFE
Our readings today turn the Easter timeline a bit upside down.
Today’s passage from John’s Gospel comes from the “farewell
discourse” of Jesus, in which he speaks of the coming of the Paraclete (whom he bestowed on the disciples on the second Sunday
of Easter) and the type of death he must die. It is tempting for us
to want to think of all these episodes from the life of Jesus as a
narrative biography, but John wants to do something more profound. He wants us to make connections and to reflect more
deeply on the wonderful way in which Jesus was a revelation of
God the Father. For the early Christian community, it was very
important to make connections between the sacrificial death that
Christ died and the glory of his resurrection. Our modern minds
find it easier to think of the passion of Christ as something that is
now past, and his resurrection as the only reality. In truth, it is all
one great reality.
Caritas Christi Festival of Trees tickets are now on sale, and
are going fast! Please contact Carol Serpa at 734-0412 or
[email protected] to purchase. Tickets are $25 each
or 8 for $200.
Festival of Trees
August 1, 2015 - 11 am to 3 pm
St. Mary’s Parish Hall, 506 N. Garden
Hope to see you there!
WWW.TCCOV.ORG/EVENTS
FOR A FRIEND?
To lay down one’s life for a friend may not seem like the
greatest love. Isn’t this the same Jesus who said it was more difficult to forgive and love an enemy? If we read on, we hear that
Jesus now calls the disciples “friends.” What he is telling them is
that they are all “friends” to each other, and that they are “friends”
to all who have been chosen by him to be members of his body,
the Church. This is not our modern concept of friendship, for these
“friends” could possibly be people the disciples did not particularly
care for! The greatest love, however, remained to lay down one’s
life for their sake, to live in the love begotten by God and that
knows God. For us today, our “friends” fill the pews around us on
Sunday, they pass us in the aisle at the supermarket, they drive
past us on the highway. Would we be truly ready, in love, to lay
down our lives for these “friends?”
Today’s Readings: Acts 10:25–26, 34–35, 44–48; Ps 98:1–4; 1 Jn
4:7–10; Jn 15:9–17
SERRA CLUB PRESENTS
Spring Fling Breakfast
Sunday May 17,2015
St. Mary's Parish Center
506 N. garden
7am-noon
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$8.00/adults
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$5.00/children (5-12)
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under 5 -- free
Food by Cafe225
Serra Club sponsors priestly vocations
Serra members will be selling tickets
after all Masses
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
Sanctuary Flower Dedications
ST. MARY’S
 The arrangement this weekend in sanctuary is in loving memory of FULMINA MACIEL, the gift of
Keith & Barbara Bettencourt and family.
 The arrangements in the sanctuary last weekend were
in honor of Our Blessed Mother as we celebrate
the month dedicated to her, the gift of the Catholic
Daughters of the Americas, Court Little Flower
#1003.
HOLY FAMILY
 The arrangement at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is dedicated to our mom, FRANCES
TORRES, and in celebration of the 35th wedding
anniversary of
ANTHONY & VIVIAN MORFIN, the gift of Vivian Morfin.
OUR BELOVED DEPARTED
In the kindness of your prayers, please remember our most
recently deceased:
MARGARET HUTTO
sister of Catherine Anderson
Mother’s Luncheon
27th Annual Mother’s Luncheon
“All the King’s Daughters”
May 16, 2015 ~ Holiday Inn ~
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
New this year: Dessert Auction!!
We are looking for talented bakers
and local bakeries to donate to our
silent auction.
Auction Coordinator - Tanya King 967-4937.
Table Hostesses ~ You will receive eight HSA hours for
hosting a table of 10. Forms are available in the school office.
PLEASE consider hosting if you will have a reservation of 6 or
more!
Hostess Coordinator - Sylvia Brown 280-8681.
Donations ~ Donations of any kind are welcomed and greatly
appreciated! Service credit will be given at the rate of $20 = 1
hour. Gift cards are always great to be added to other
baskets!
Auction Coordinator - Tanya King 967-4937
Fashion Show ~Moms and 8th grade girls are needed for the
fashion show. If you would like to be part of our fashion show,
please let us know. We encourage younger students,
attending the luncheon, to dress as their favorite princess/
prince charming and be a part of the fashion show.
Fashion Show Coordinator - Kim Spiotta 623-1155
*This is the last HSA event and last chance to meet your 4 event tickets and 50 hours
commitment.
Tickets available in the office for $40 per person. Please
contact Sylvia Brown at 280-8681 for reservations.
Deadline for reservations is May 8th.
DANIEL VALENCIA
son of Latisha Fidalgo
godson of Mike & Irene Mosqueda
ALBERT HERRERA
husband of Anna Herrera
ROSIE MARTINEZ
wife of Sal Martinez
LAVERNE FRAZIER
father of Arlene Vianello
JOSEPHINE GOMEZ
mother of Eddie Gomez
Do You Have a Special Prayer Request?
Reach out and contact The Catholic Church of Visalia Prayer Warriors...
Nancy Kane at 559-732-9970 or via email: nancyd[email protected] or
Deacon Ken may be reached at [email protected]
TCCOV PRO-LIFE MINISTRY
2nd Annual Pro-Life Dinner
May 23, 2015
$25.00 per person
$185.00 per table of (8)
Meet & Greet Hors d’oeuvres 6:00 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 p.m.
Featuring: Door Prizes & 50/50 Drawing
St. Mary’s Parish Hall – 506 N. Garden St., Visalia CA 93291
Contact Parish Office (559)734-9522
Guest Speaker: Rebecca Kiessling
“Conceived in Rape, Targeted for Abortion”
Rebecca Kiessling is a Family Law attorney, adoptee, home
school adoptive mother of 5 with three biological children and
delivers a powerful presentation of her own life story,
“Conceived in Rape.” Additionally, Rebecca was recently
featured in Governor Mike Huckabee’s film, “The Gift of Life”
and was named national spokesperson for Personhood USA.
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
The California Catholic Conference (CCC) is the official voice of
the Catholic community in California's public policy arena. Its
mission is to advocate with the
legislative, administrative and
judicial branches of state government for the Catholic
Church's public policy agenda and to facilitate common pastoral efforts in the Catholic community.
All CLN databases are confidential; your contact information will not be sold or given to any other
entity. If you did not sign up for CLN on Life and Dignity Sunday, you can do so anytime by going to
the website www.ca.catholic.org.
PROMOTION OF HUMAN DIGNITY
We advocate for the right of each person, especially children and the elderly, to have access to
the basic necessities of life - food, shelter, work, education, healthcare and a safe healthy environment
We advocate for policies that will allow those in poverty and the working poor the opportunity
to participate within the competitive workforce and become self-sufficient.
We oppose unjust discrimination, racism, torture and human trafficking.
A PREFERENTIAL OPTION FOR THE POOR
“When we are generous in welcoming people and sharing something with them - some
food, a place in our home, our time - not only do we no longer remain poor: we are enriched.” -Pope Francis
As the largest non-governmental provider of healthcare, education and human services, we
draw upon our extensive experience living with and serving those vulnerable people who are
working and poor. We are guided by Catholic moral principles: respect for human life and the
dignity of each person, the importance of family, the value of work, and a duty to encourage the
participation of all in our community life.
When the economy fails to generate sufficient jobs, there is a moral obligation to protect the
life and dignity of unemployed and underemployed workers and their families. We believe that
all persons should take responsibility for themselves and their families and have the opportunity
to adequately do so, yet every day more and more people are at risk of falling into poverty. We
need to provide services in the area of education and job training - key steps in providing longterm sustainable solutions to help lift people out of poverty.
Those who are poor and the “working” poor are already struggling for their daily survival and
facing increased risk of homelessness, hunger and illness. Their compelling needs create a priority claim on our consciences, on our common resources and therefore on the choices that elected
officials make on our behalf. Even if people can find work, this does not automatically provide
an escape from poverty. Declining wages have put safe and affordable housing out of reach for
many workers. It is unconscionable that significant numbers of full-time wage earners must live
in homeless shelters. Many people also live in extreme poverty facing limited resources and few
opportunities for employment. Criminals take advantage of these vulnerable people, offering
them a way to escape the harsh realities of their lives. The violence is our communities must end.
Human trafficking is a horrific crime against the basic dignity and rights of the person. Pope
Francis, along with other religious leaders, signed a declaration to call for an end to slavery by
2020.
“The obligation to provide justice for all means that the poor have the single most urgent
economic claim on the conscience of the nation” Pope Francis, Economic Justice for All #86
PEARLE ZALUD
SCHOLARSHIP
AVAILABLE
Scholarship funds are available to parishioners who are
currently high school seniors
who will be attending college
full-time in the fall as well as
for parishioners who are continuing full-time college students through the Pearle Zalud
Scholarship Fund.
To be eligible for this scholarship, full-time college students must have a college
major in a music or agriculture related field of study. For
those students with the appropriate college major and meeting the other application requirements noted, direct
scholarships to be used for
tuition and fees are available in
the amounts of $200 (music)
and $300 (agriculture).
Applications with full requirement details are available
at the church office during
regular office hours or you
may call the office and an application will be mailed to you.
Completed applications are
due in the diocesan Development Office by July 31, 2015.
Sacred Heart
Chapel
There is a hidden treasure in
our church!
It is there just for you. It is Our
Lord, Jesus, truly present in the
Blessed Sacrament!
Come, be with Him in the
Chapel and discover His love
for you.
Call Florence Evans 734-4807
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
Part 5
Pastoral Care of the Sick—Rites for Anointing & Viaticum
CELEBRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS: REQUIREMENTS FOR
CELEBRATING THE ANNOINTING OF THE SICK
The matter proper for the sacrament is olive oil or, according to circumstances, other oil derived from plants. The oil used for anointing the sick
must be blessed for this purpose by the bishop or by a priest who has this
faculty, either from the law or by special concession of the Apostolic See.
The law itself permits the following, besides a bishop, to bless the oil of the
sick:
a)
those whom the law equates with diocesan bishops;
b)
in case of true necessity, any priest.
The oil of the sick is ordinarily blessed by the bishop on Holy Thursday. If
a priest, in accord with no. 21b, is to bless the oil during the rite, he may
bring the unblessed oil with him, or the family of the sick person may prepare the oil in a suitable vessel. If any of the oil is left after the celebration of
the sacrament, it should be absorbed in cotton and burned.
If the priest uses oil that has already been blessed (either by the bishop or
by a priest), he brings it with him in the vessel in which it is kept. This vessel,
made of suitable material, should be clean and should con¬tain sufficient oil
(soaked in cotton for convenience). In this case, after celebrating the sacrament the priest returns the vessel to the place where it is kept with proper
respect. He should make sure that the oil re¬mains fit for use and should
replenish it from time to time, either yearly when the bishop blesses the oil
on Holy Thursday or more frequently if necessary.
The sick person is anointed on the forehead and on the hands. It is appropriate to divide the sacramental form so that the first part is said while the
forehead is anointed, the latter part while the hands are anointed.
In case of necessity, however, it is sufficient that a single anointing be given on the forehead or, because of the particular condition of the sick person, on another suitable part of the body, while the whole sac¬ramental
form is said.
Depending on the culture and traditions of differ¬ent peoples, the number of anointings may be in¬creased and the place of anointing may be
changed. Directives on this should be included in the preparation of particular rituals.
The following is the sacramental form with which the anointing of the sick
is given in the Latin rite:
Through this holy anointing
may the Lord in his love and mercy help you
with the grace of the Holy Spirit.
May the Lord who frees you from sin save you and raise you up.
Join us for this year’s Vacation Bible
School which will take place from July
20-24, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Participants ages 3 years through 6th grade
are invited to learn how to be
“Champions for Christ” through Excellence, Prudence, Fortitude, Temperance and Justice. We are
very excited to assist the children in learning new and exciting
ways of sharing our Catholic Faith.
As always, VBS cannot succeed without your help. Teens in
grades 7-12 and adults are needed to assist in the program
with crafts, snacks, fun & games, as
teacher’s aides or wherever needed.
Registration forms are available at the
Church office during regular office
hours and will be available on-line at
www.tccov.org
CATHOLICPROFESSIONALSWELCOME
TERRYBARBERMAY14
The Catholic Professionals & Business Club
will have their next meeting on Thursday, May
14th. The group meets on the 2nd Thursday of
each month, (with the exception of January,
July and August) from 7-8:30 am at the Visalia
Holiday Inn. For questions, more information
or reservations, please call Eileen Daly at 559805-7008, or register on line at cpbc-tularekings.org. Breakfast
is $20 for non-members and $15 for members.
Our guest speaker for the May meeting is Terry Barber, founder of St. Joseph Communications, which is the largest international Catholic audio and video reproduction and distribution
company in the United States. Saint Joseph Communications,
Inc. has offices in Covina, California and distributors in Canada,
England, Australia and the Philippines.
Terry has recorded numerous podcasts on Saint Joseph Podcasts called Culture Warriors for Christ and God Loves You, addressing all the social issues affecting our culture today. He has
over 30 years of experience in evangelization in the Catholic
Church; his two most influential talks today are The Ten Commandments of Evangelization and The Five Reasons to be Catholic. Terry Barber is from Los Angeles, CA. He is a true pioneer
of Catholic evangelization.
Please plan to join us on Thursday, May 14th, 2015. Everyone is welcome.
Bienvenida
QUEREMOS dar una cálida bienvenida a todas las familias, amigos y visitantes de nuestra comunidad! Esperamos que la información contenida en este boletín semanal sea un recurso útil. Si usted no esta registrado. Por favor, llene el formulario de inscripción
en la primera página y deposítelo en la canasta de la colecta y sea miembro de nuestra Comunidad. Es así de fácil! Gracias por
elegir ser parte de nuestra Comunidad y por visitar la Iglesia Católica de Visalia.
Sexto Domingo de Pascua: 10 de Mayo de 2015
“Jesús da este mandamiento a sus discípulos: ámense unos a otros como yo los he amado” -Juan 15:9-17
¿Está ssiendollamado?
Pastor Reflexión
Las lecturas de hoy trastornan un poco la cronología de
los acontecimientos. El pasaje de hoy del Evangelio de Juan
viene del “Discurso de Despedida” de Jesús, en el que él habla
de la venida del Defensor (quien él concedió a los discípulos el
Segundo Domingo de Pascua) y el tipo de muerte que tendrá
que aguantar. Es una tentación para nosotros querer pensar
en esos tres episodios de la vida de Jesús como una biografía
narrativa, pero Juan quiere hacer algo más profundo: él
quiere hacer conexiones, y reflexionar más profundamente en
las asombrosas maneras en que Jesús fue una revelación de
Dios Padre. Para la comunidad cristiana, era muy importante
para ellos hacer conexiones entre la muerte de sacrificio que
Cristo sufrió, y la gloria de su resurrección. Nuestra mente
moderna encuentra que es más fácil pensar en la Pasión de
Cristo como algo que ocurrió en el pasado, y su resurrección
como la única realidad. En verdad, todo es una sola realidad.
¿POR UN AMIGO?
Dar la vida por un amigo podría no parecer la forma
suprema del amor. ¿No fue ese el mismo Jesús quien dijo que
era más difícil perdonar y amar a un enemigo? Si
continuamos leyendo, escuchamos que Jesús ahora llama a
los discípulos “amigos”. Lo que él les está diciendo es que ellos
todos son “amigos” los unos de los otros, y que ellos son
“amigos” a todos aquellos que han sido escogidos por él para
ser miembros de su Cuerpo, la Iglesia. Esto no es nuestro
concepto moderno de amistad, porque ¡esos “amigos” podrían
posiblemente ser gente a quienes los discípulos no les
importaba un comino! El amor más grande, sin embargo,
sigue siendo entregar la vida por ellos, vivir en el amor
engendrado por Dios y que conoce a Dios. Para nosotros hoy,
nuestros “amigos” llenan las bancas a nuestro alrededor este
domingo, nos pasan en los pasillos del supermercado, sus
autos nos pasan en la carretera. ¿Estamos verdaderamente
listos, en amor, a entregar nuestra vida por esos “amigos?”
Lecturas de hoy: Hch 10:25–26, 34–35, 44–48; Sal 98:1–4;
1 Jn 4:7–10; Jn 15:9–17
¿Estás siendo llamado a dar de su tiempo y talento para
servir a los demás? La Iglesia Católica de Visalia está
buscando voluntarios adultos para ayudar en las misas
funerarias.
Se necesitan hombres y mujeres para ayudar a servir en el
altar o para proclamar la Palabra de Dios.
Usted puede servir tan a menudo como quiera.
No se necesita experiencia y nos encantaría enseñarle.
Para más información, por favor
Comuníquese con Patty Call al 734-9522
Oración y Vida Taller
No es demasiado tarde para ir a los Talleres de Oración
y Vida los miércoles por la mañana de 9am a 11am en
el Centro Serra (600 N. Garden St.) detrás de Santa
María. Descubra cómo puede acercarse a nuestro
Señor a través de las escrituras, la música y el uso de
diversas técnicas de oración. El Taller de Oración y Vida
puede cambiar su vida. No hay ningún costo.
Llame a Charlotte para más información 559-799-3048.
RETROUVAILLE
Tensión en su matrimonio?- Retrouvaille en un programa para
parejas casadas que se sienten aburridos, desilusionados, frustrados,
o enojados en su matrimonio. Algunos experimentan frialdad. Otros
experimentan conflictos en su relación. La mayoría no saben cómo
cambiar la situación o incluso como comunicárselo a su esposo(a).
Este programa ha ayudado a miles de parejas experimentando
dificultades en sus matrimonios. Para información confidencial
acerca del programa o registrarse para el siguiente Fin De
Semana, por favor llame al (559) 935-1424 o por email:
[email protected] , (559) 367-6575 o por Email:
[email protected] o visite el sitio web
www.helpourmarriage.com
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
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Readings for the Week
Monday:
Acts 16:11-15; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b;
Jn 15:26 — 16:4a
Tuesday:
Acts 16:22-34; Ps 138:1-3, 7c-8; Jn 16:5-11
Wednesday: Acts 17:15, 22 — 18:1; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14;
Jn 16:12-15
Thursday:
Acts 1:1-11; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9; Eph 1:17-23 or
Eph 4:1-13 [1-7, 11-13]; Mk 16:15-20 (for
Ascension); otherwise Acts 1:15-27, 20-26;
Ps 113:1-8; Jn 15:9-17
Friday:
Acts 18:9-18; Ps 47:2-7; Jn 16:20-23
Saturday:
Acts 18:23-28; Ps 47:2-3, 8-10;
Jn 16:23b-28
Taller Diocesano de Comunicación Familiar
La Diócesis de Fresno / Ministerio de Vida y Familia te invita al primer
Taller Diocesano de Comunicación Familiar el Sábado, 27 de Junio y
el Domingo, 28 de Junio, 2015, de 9am a 3pm ambos días, en la
Parroquia de Santa Brigida en Hanford. La Inscripción es de $25.00
por persona. Haga su cheque o Money Order pagadero a la Diócesis
de Fresno. Atención: Sr. Joanne Bauer, CSC, Family Life Ministry, 1550
N. Fresno St., Fresno, CA 93703. Para obtener más información comuníquese con Marina A. Martinez, SFP. 559-737-3596; email: [email protected] El volante está disponible en su parroquia o en
www.dioceseoffresno.org/family-life
Lecturas de la Semana
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Hch 16:11-15; Sal 149:1b-6a, 9b;
Jn 15:26 — 16:4a
Hch 16:22-34; Sal 138 (137):1-3, 7c-8;
Jn 16:5-11
Hch 17:15, 22 — 18:1; Sal 148:1-2, 11-14;
Jn 16:12-15
Hch 1:1-11; Sal 47 (46):2-3, 6-9; Ef 1:17-23
Ef 4:1-13 [1-7, 11-13]; Mc 16:15-20 (para la
Ascensión); o Hch 1:15-27, 20-26;
Sal 113 (112):1-8; Jn 15:9-17
Hch 18:9-18; Sal 47 (46):2-7; Jn 16:20-23
Hch 18:23-28; Sal 47 (46):2-3, 8-10;
Jn 16:23b-28
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SATURDAY, MAY 9, VIGIL FOR SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
4:00 p.m. MARJORIE RANSDELL
by Larry & Janet McLaughlin
(SM)
5:30 p.m. IDA ROMANAZZI by The Notarnicola family
(SC)
6:00 p.m. JOVITA LUNA by Peter & Anna Maria Nava
(HF)
SATURDAY, MAY 16, VIGIL FOR FEAST OF THE ASCENSION
4:00 p.m. RICHARD GRAJEDA by his wife, Mary
(SM)
5:30 p.m. MARIA MENDES by Joe & Fatima Parreira
(SC)
6:00 p.m. MEMBERS OF THE US MILITARY, ESP. THOSE
IN HARM’S WAY by Russ & Joanne Hurley (HF)
SUNDAY, MAY 10, SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
7:00 a.m. FULMINA MACIEL
by Keith & Barbara Bettencourt
(SM)
8:00 a.m. MARIA BRAVO by Marcial Rivera
(SC)
8:30 a.m. GIOMAR BETTENCOURT & AGNES JUNGWIRTH
by Dan & Marjie Jungwirth
(SM)
9:30 a.m. INTENTIONS OF ALL PARISHIONERS
(ST)
10:00 a.m. MARTHA OLIVAS by Margaret Kinoshita
(SC)
10:00 a.m. JUANITA & LONGINO GARCIA & MARY
SANDOVAL by Celina Garcia Celillo
(HF)
10:30 a.m. INTENTIONS OF SALLY RAMIREZ
by Robert & Rosemary Miranda
(SM)
12:00 p.m. ROSE ROMANAZZI & JOSEPHINE CUTLER
by Felix & Remy Tangco
(SC)
12:00 p.m. ANGELINA PEREZ by Lopez & Flores families (HF)
1:00 p.m. GLORIA MORENO by her children,
Robert, Richard, Rudy and Cynthia
(SM)
5:00 p.m. OSBALDO LEDESMA Y PARA LAS MADRES
departe Maria Elisa Zamora
(HF)
7:00 p.m. CATALINA PASCUA
by Agacid, Pascua & Vega families
(SM)
SUNDAY, MAY 17, FEAST OF THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD
7:00 a.m. HENRY G. LORENZ by Juanita Lorenz
(SM)
8:00 a.m. PETRA ALVARES by Juana Karis
(SC)
8:30 a.m. SERGE WINSLOW by Wilmyrthe Hanson Winslow,
Cary Serge & Thomas Hanson Winslow
(SM)
9:30 a.m. INTENTIONS OF ALL PARISHIONERS
(ST)
10:00 a.m. RITA MORGAN by her husband, John, & family (SC)
10:00 a.m. ROGER H. GARCIA by Roger & Mary Garcia (HF)
10:30 a.m. WILLIAM & CELIA MACH
by Norman & Karen Donohue
(SM)
12:00 p.m. MANUEL HERNANDEZ by Lynda Hernandez (SC)
12:00 p.m. CARLOS CISNEROS by Rick & Lori Tucker
(HF)
1:00 p.m. CONSUELO SKIDMORE y HIJOS
departe Alicia Carvajal & family
(SM)
5:00 p.m. INTENTIONS OF CYNTHIA SALAZAR &
DENISE VASQUEZ
(HF)
7:00 p.m. RESENDO CALVENDRA by Leo Calvendra
(SM)
7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
Monday, May 11, Easter Weekday
MARY JANE ORLOPP
by Wilma Maria Marquez
INT. OF R.G. SMITH & FAMILY
by Dennis & Connie Williams
ELIZABETH MORSE by Alice Lomas
Knights of Columbus #2268, Nominees
(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
Tuesday, May 12, Sts. Nereus, Achilleus & Pancras
7:00 a.m. CARLOS JR. & MARY LOURENCO
by Carlos & Yolanda Lourenco
(SM)
8:00 a.m. FRED & ANNIE SCIACCA
by Sam & Terry Sciacca
(HF)
12:15 p.m. PHILLIP FOUCHT by his family
(SM)
Wednesday, May 13, Our Lady of Fatima
7:00 a.m. EDGAR MARTINEZ by Guadalupe Martinez
8:00 a.m. INT. OF MARY GONZALES
by the Gonzales family
12:15 p.m. RYAN EVANS by John & Jean Harley
(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
Thursday, May 14, St. Matthias, Apostle
7:00 a.m. FLORENCE BAIR by Patricia Cox
(SM)
8:00 a.m. INT. OF RICK & KAREN SANTORUM & FAM.
by Tulare-Kings Right to Life
(HF)
12:15 p.m. MARYANNE T. PEREIRA
by Joe & JoAnn Pereira
(SM)
8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
7:00 a.m.
Knights of Columbus:
Officer Elections May 14
Friday, May 15, St. Isidore
TONY MENDONCA by M/M Bill Lyons
(HF)
INT. OF RICHARD FITZGERALD by Patty Call (SM)
JANET WELKER by Joe & Liz Romanazzi
(SM)
Saturday, May 16, Easter Weekday
DEBORAH LYNN FAGUNDES
by Mary Ellen, John, Joseph & Vivian Freitas (SM)
for Columbian Year 2015-2016:
•
Grand Knight James Wilfong
•
Deputy Grand Knight Ed Baiza
•
Chancellor Victor Hernandez and
Andy Plein
•
Recorder Arnold Lampa
•
Treasurer Darrell Branum
•
Warden David Ortiz
•
Inside Guard Sam Matta and Danny Sarabia
•
Outside Guard Gary Valdez and Siong Vang
•
1 Year Trustee Danny Sarabia
•
2 Year Trustee Rodney Castro
•
3 Year Trustee Martin Munoz and Lorenzo Araque
Nominations will also be received during the next council
meeting on Tuesday May 14th St. Mary’s Parish Center at
7pm.
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In the readings we are commanded to love one another. Jesus tells us in
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