April_19_2015_Bulletin - St. John The Baptist Church

CHURCH OF
St. John the Baptist
Longmont, Colorado
A Night in the
Roaring 20s
Congratulations
to Sophie
Schmid, grade 7,
the winner
of our 2015
Spring Auction
Cover Contest!
You don’t have to be
a school parent to
attend our Annual
Spring Auction!
If you have never
been to a Spring
Auction, we
encourage you to
attend on
Saturday, April 25th.
Please visit our
website to make
your reservation no
later than Monday,
April 20th.
We guarantee there
will be something
there for everyone!
Third Sunday of Easter - April 19, 2015
Please visit us at www.johnthebaptist.org.
Welcome to St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
323 Collyer Street, Longmont, Colorado 80501
Parish Office Hours
Sunday
Monday - Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Liturgy Schedule
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Masses
Weekday Mass
6:30 a.m. and 8:15 a.m.
Misa en Español - Jueves 6:00 p.m.
Saturday
5:00 p.m.
Sunday
7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 4:00 p.m.
Misa en Español - 12:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Eucharistic Adoration
Monday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
To inquire about or sign up for Adoration,
please contact Dorothy Sanchez at 303-485-6326
or Benita Valencia (en espanol) at 720-224-6290.
First Saturday of the Month
7:30 a.m. Reconciliation
8:30 a.m. Mass in chapel
Children’s Adoration
Thursday 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
All children and their parents are welcome. Please
call Dorothy Sanchez at 303-485-6326 for more information.
Baptism Information
Parents and godparents must attend baptism
preparation class prior to a child’s baptism.
We offer classes in both English and Spanish.
Adults only—no children, please.
English
Saturday, May 2nd in Benedict Hall
12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Spanish
Saturday, May 9th in Martin Hall
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Reconciliation
Anointing
Thursday 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 3:30 p.m.
Sunday 11:45 a.m.
Also by appointment.
Please call 303-776-0737
for an appointment.
St. John’s Food Bank
804 S. Lincoln Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone - 303-678-1469
E-mail - [email protected]
Hours
Wedding Information
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Please contact our parish office at least
eight months in advance of your planned wedding date.
For baptisms and weddings, please contact
the parish office at 303-776-0737.
10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Gift Shop Hours
Saturday 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m. - Noon
St. John the Baptist Catholic School
Office Hours
Our school office hours are Monday through Friday,
7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. when school is in session.
Please contact Nancy Olivari at 303-776-0737.
Please see our ad on page 5.
If you need to get in touch with our school office
personnel, please call 303-776-8760.
2
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
APRIL 19, 2015
A Word from Our Pastor
Fr. Ron Weissbeck
Third Sunday of Easter
There are many people we admire or revere whom
we will never see in person: athletes, artists, actors, etc.
We enjoy their work and accomplishments and read about
their lives in books and magazines. We sometimes get so
involved in who they are that we almost feel like we know
them. We may be their biggest fans and then share our
love of them with others. We do all of this, yet we have
never even see them in the flesh with our own eyes.
Some think this is the way with Jesus. They
believe He is the Son of God and the Savior of the World,
but He is still someone up in heaven, and we will get a
chance to see Him “for real” when we die or when He
comes again. They may even say that until those times
occur, He resides only in our hearts.
But those in the Gospels saw who He was in the
breaking of the bread. And today, in 2015, He is here in
our midst for all eyes to see. He is here really and truly
every time we break the bread. There is no need for
worship from afar. Just open your eyes.
My dear family in Christ,
The road to Emmaus offers many images for
anyone who wants to get to spend some time with the
Risen Lord. The story begins with two disciples who are
engaged in an intense conversation about all that has just
happened in Jerusalem. They want to let the stranger in to
their experience; they are surprised that he seems to be the
only one in the area who is ignorant of what just occurred.
These disciples were engaged and they had little trouble
sharing their experience of the event.
They have something to teach all of us. When we
are involved, the whole person is participating. This is
such a clear message about the event of the resurrection.
The stranger let them talk; they wanted him to have a part
in this event that took place in Jerusalem.
That story comes alive for us when we take the
time to share it. The Lord connects the past with the
present as He begins with Moses and weaves it into a full
tapestry that becomes visible when He breaks the bread and
their eyes are opened and they recognize Him. We, too,
have to recognize Him in the breaking of the bread because
He is real and historical as He has transformed the world
into the peace that God desired from the beginning.
The resurrection is the reordering of the world in
the peace that only God can give. We have to see it and
touch it if it is to make a difference in the way we live.
Save the Date!
St. John’s will be scheduling
appointments for a new 2015
Parish Directory. Photographers
will be here the weeks of May
12-16 and May 19-23. Take
advantage of this opportunity to
get the family together and SMILE
for the camera! Sign up information
will be in next week’s bulletin. We are looking for
volunteers to assist in hospitality for the photo shoots,
scheduling appointments, and updating our parishioner
records. Please contact Theresa Valencia at 303-776-0737,
ext. 111 or e-mail [email protected]
Fr. Ron
Reflection
By Seth Willden
Friends are so very important. They are the family we
choose. As a friend we need to remember to maintain and
cultivate those relationships. Sometimes that means being
there during difficult times, and sometimes it just means
having fun and spending time together. Let’s remember
our friends in our thoughts and prayers today.
Then he opened their minds to understand the Scriptures.
And he said to them, “Thus it is written that the Christ
would suffer and rise from the dead on the third day.”
Luke 24:45-46
www.johnthebaptist.org
3
Good, Bad, Great!
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
On April 2, 2015, I received an official letter from the Archbishop informing me that I will be transferred to
another parish.
The GOOD news is that it doesn’t happen just yet, but in two months, on June 17th. The BAD news, of course, is
that I will be leaving our community of St. John the Baptist in Longmont, at least physically, because my heart will always
remain here and I will remember you in my prayers.
You came to be my family during an important time of my life. Thank you for that.
Now the GREAT news, perhaps even a little overwhelming, is the statement of the Archbishop:
“With this letter, I am pleased to appoint you Pastor of St. William Parish, in Fort Lupton, Colorado, effective June 17,
2015, for a six year period.“
Honestly, I feel very happy and privileged about this appointment, and yes, a bit scared as well. It is big news, but
there are another two months before anything actually changes.
If you would pray for me in this time of transition, I would greatly appreciate it.
Your Brother in Christ Risen,
Fr. Grzegorz
What Can You Bid On at Our Annual Spring Auction?
36 5th Grade Class
Sponsor or Donate?
Basket Patio Set
Enjoy time with family
or friends as you relax on
your patio with this 5
piece furniture set.
Summer entertaining will
be enjoyable when you have seating for your guests.
Ms. DelPiccolo’s 5th Grade Class
$900
37 A Week in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Enjoy a one week stay in this
beautiful 2 bedroom/3 bath
condo in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
This condo sleeps 8 (1 King,
2 queen, queen sleeper sofa.)
Beautiful pool, hot tub, and
poolside restaurant on the beach.
Available May-September 2015 or 2016.
Requires 60 day notice, based on
availability. Please call Doug Moreland
to arrange, 303-898-4766.
Doug Moreland of Dealin’ Doug Dealerships
$2,800
4
Do you own a business or work
for a company that would be
willing to assist the children of
our school? We would love to
receive gift cards, services, or
corporate sponsors for our
auction coming up on April 25th.
Perhaps your company would do
a matching contribution for your
personal donation?
For more information, please
contact Theresa Valencia at
303-776-0737, ext. 111 or
[email protected]
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
Saturday, April 25, 2015
in our St. John’s Gymnasium
4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
Check In, Open Bar
Social Hour
Passed Hors d’oeuvres
Dinner
Silent Auction Closes
Heads or Tails Game
Live Auction Begins
Raffle Drawings
Treasure Auction Closes
Fund-A-Need
Check out
Black tie optional
$60 per person for the evening includes dinner and open bar.
Reservations required by April 20th.
Guests must be at least 21 years old to attend.
Taxi service available upon request at the close
of the evening.
Thank you for joining us!
Our Annual Spring Auction is a fun-filled evening for
adults to come together to enjoy each other’s company
while raising money for our school. The evening’s
festivities include cocktails, appetizers, dinner, a Heads or
Tails game, live and silent auctions, as well as cash and
prize raffles. Give it a go! Get a group of friends
together and sign up online at school.johnthebaptist.org.
Click on FUNDRAISERS then Annual Spring Auction.
Our touchstone at St. John the Baptist Catholic School is
to nurture the whole child by providing a challenging, safe,
engaging, and supportive learning environment. Proceeds
from A Night in the Roaring 20s will be used to provide
opportunities to students that will foster
academic, social, and spiritual growth.
APRIL 19, 2015
St. John’s Gift Shop
Your local source for Catholic books and gifts
!First Communion !Confirmation !Baptism
!Wedding !Anniversary !Handmade rosaries
!Books !Bibles !Children’s books !Medals
!Jewelry !Statues !Crucifixes !Greeting cards
Special orders are welcome.
CHURCH OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST
LONGMONT, COLORADO
Lecturas para la semana del 19 de abril
Un mensaje por parte
Del Párroco
Domingo: Hch 3, 13-15. 17-19/1 Jn 2, 1-5/Lc 24, 35-48
Lunes: Hch 6, 8-15/Jn 6, 22-29
Martes: Hch 7, 51—8, 1/Jn 6, 30-35
Miércoles: Hch 8, 1-8/Jn 6, 35-40
Jueves: Hch 8, 26-40/Jn 6, 44-51
Viernes: Hch 9, 1-20/Jn 6, 52-59
Sábado: 1 Pe 5, 5-14/Mc 16, 15-20
Domingo siguiente: Hch 4, 8-12/1 Jn 3, 1-2/Jn 10, 11-18
Mi querida familia en Cristo,
El crecimiento de la comunidad de fe se refleja en la
iniciación de nuevos miembros no por la entrada como
bebés pero como niños y jóvenes. Durante la misa del
sábado de gloria una docena de niños y jóvenes entraron a
la comunidad. Esto consiste en un proceso. No es
solamente de traer niños para pasar por la pila bautismal
pero más bien, una entrada por los sacramentos de iniciación, el bautismo, la confirmación y la comunión.
Este proceso, ya, incorpora a los niños en la
comunidad de fe. Desde los cambios hace 50 años por el
Concilio Vaticano II, la iglesia llama a todas las personas a
vivir la fe en la vida cotidiana. A veces lo que me preocupa
es la responsabilidad de cumplir los deberes de la fe.
Cuando los padres y los padrinos presentan a un bebé lo
más común es la tradición muy antigua de bautizar como
siempre. Al contrario, cuando un niño o un joven se
presenta para los sacramentos la iglesia espera el
cumplimiento de vivir lo que pide. La persona, ya, esta
iniciada en la comunidad y, entonces, tiene que practicar lo
que ha recibido.
Entonces toda la comunidad acepta el cargo en la
formación continua de la persona. Aunque la persona ha
entrada por la iniciación todavía no lleva a cabo la jornada.
Todos nosotros tenemos que participar in el camino. Por la
naturaleza la persona pertenece a una familia natural así
también todos hemos profundizado la vinculación con la
comunidad de fe.
La carta de San Juan nos enseña: “él que cumple su
palabra, (la palabra del Señor), el amor de Dios ha llegado a
su plenitud, y precisamente en esto conocemos que estamos
unidos a él” (I Juan 2.5). Nosotros vamos a cumplir la
palabra cuando hacemos lo que profesamos. Ojalá los
nuevos iniciados a la comunidad por nuestro apoyo y
oraciones sigan conociendo mejor al Señor y aprendan a
cumplir sus mandamientos.
Primeras Comuniones domingo 26 de abril y 3 de mayo
a las 12:30 pm.
El domingo 26 de abril a las 12:30 p.m. para las clases del
lunes: Cinthia, Elena y Lilia.
El domingo 3 de mayo a las 12:30 p.m. para las clases del
miércoles: Audelia, Martha, Lucero y Lulu.
El sábado 4 de abril a las 8:00 p.m. en la Vigilia Pascual la
clase de Adriana del segundo año.
Confesiones
Los niños se confesaran por segunda vez antes de recibir su
Primera Comunión.
Las confesiones para los niños de las clases del lunes serán
el lunes 20 de abril a la misma hora de clases.
Las confesiones para los del miércoles serán el miércoles
22 de abril a la misma hora de clase.
Confirmaciones jueves 14 de mayo 2015
Las confirmaciones serán el jueves 14 de mayo a las
6:00 p.m. durante la misa regular de jueves. Todos los
estudiantes deberán presentarse a las 5:00 p.m. en el salón
san Martin.
Las confesiones para los estudiantes de confirmación serán
el jueves 7 de mayo a las 4:00 p.m.
La práctica será el jueves 7 de mayo inmediatamente
después de la misa.
RICA (Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para Adultos)
Rica no es un programa sino un proceso en el cual la
persona, después de oír la explicación del misterio de
Cristo, decide libremente seguir a Cristo por el camino de la
fe en la Iglesia Católica.
Si usted es un apersona adulta y le faltan los sacramentos
de indicación: bautismo, Confirmación y Comunión, este
proceso es para usted. Las clases se ofrecerán los lunes de
6:00 pm. a 7:30pm. para registrase puede pasar a la oficina
o llamar al 303-776-0737, ext. 113.
Clases de Bautismo
Las clases de bautismo son las siguientes fechas en el salón
Benedicto de 9:00 a.m. a 11:30 a.m., mayo 9, junio 20,
julio 11, agosto 8, septiembre 12, octubre 10 y noviembre
14. El mes de junio la clase es el tercer sábado no el
segundo. Padres y padrinos deberán asistir a clases y
presentar una copia del acta de nacimiento del niño/a que va
ser bautizado/a. Los padrinos deben ser católicos, mayores
de 16 años, tener los sacramentos de iniciación y practicar
la fe católica. Si es un matrimonio deberá están estar
casados por la iglesia católica.
¡Felicidades a los nuevos miembros!
Jonatan Arredondo, Evelyn Carrillo Martinez, Brianna
Contreras, Tania Echeverria, Jenifer Echeverria, Lizbeth
Celedon, Jose Celedon Morales, Ruby Granillo, Hidaly
Lerma Sanchez, Lesly Lerma Sanchez, Yenifer Muñiz
Martinez. Y Melanie Isabel Treviño Santos que recibirá
los sacramento el mes de junio.
El grupo de Jóvenes: Se reúne todo los jueves a las
7:00 p.m. en el Martin Hall.
El grupo de Mujeres: El grupo de mujeres se reúne todos
los martes a las 6:00 p.m. en la capilla.
El Grupo de Hombres: se reúne todos los miércoles de
7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. en el salón san Miguel.
Grupo familiar de la Renovación Carismática se reúne
los sábados a las 6:00 p.m. en el sótano de la iglesia Martin
Hall.
6
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
APRIL 19, 2015
Savoring the Experience
Family Faith Formation 2015
One of the wonderful things about vacations is the time
we spend two or three weeks afterward savoring the
experience, sharing vacation photos and memories with our
family and friends. This kind of reflection puts us back in
touch with the original experience and reminds us of the
relaxation and wonder the vacation afforded us. Today, on
the Third Sunday of Easter, the Church blesses us with
reminders of what we celebrated two Sundays ago. All
three readings are reflections on the meaning of the death
and resurrection of Christ. One of the threads running
through these reflections is that the purpose of the Lord’s
suffering, death, and resurrection was to save us, to forgive
our sins. We are given fifty days to ponder this reality—
fifty days to savor the experience of Christ’s dying and
rising for us.
Date for First Communion: Practice - Wednesday,
May 6th at 6:00 p.m. with Mass at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday,
May 9th. Students are to arrive at 4:30 p.m. and meet
downstairs in Martin Hall to line up. Certificates can be
picked up at the reception in Benedict Hall that will follow
the Mass. Photographs may be taken in the church
after Mass.
Confirmation, RCIC, RCIT students: All birth, baptism,
and sponsor documents should be turned in. Without the
proper documents you will be unable to receive your
sacraments in April or May.
Dates for Confirmation: Practice for Confirmation takes
place Monday, May 4th at 6:00 p.m. Sponsors should be
present. The Confirmation Mass will be celebrated on
Tuesday, May 5th at 6:30 p.m. Students and sponsors
should arrive at 5:30 p.m. to meet with Fr. Dollins prior
to the liturgy.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Why Does God Make Us Suffer?
How do we explain suffering to a child? Can we
understand ourselves why God doesn’t always take away
our suffering or the suffering of innocents? Unfortunately,
there is no easy answer.
God made the world good. The world God created
was perfect. He can’t make something bad. Suffering and
death weren’t in the blueprint. They were fallout from the
sin of our first parents. Misery often comes as a
consequence of sin and selfishness.
Suffering can have a purpose. St. Augustine said
that God “would not allow any evil in his works, unless...he
is able to bring forth good out of evil.” God uses our pain
to take our focus off the world and put it on Him so He can
work in our lives. We may not see the benefit until the
suffering passes.
Jesus understands. Jesus choosing to suffer for us
shows that He understands pain. He showed us that
suffering can have meaning and purpose—and He promised
that we would never endure alone.
For more information, please contact Linda Chagnon, Faith
Formation Coordinator, at [email protected], or
776-0737, ext. 117.
Martin Bersano Scholarship
Are you looking for scholarship money?
Attention High School Seniors
The Longmont Knights of Columbus Council
#1313 is holding its annual Martin Bersano college
scholarship drive. The Knights have supported higher
education in our community for more than 20 years, having
distributed over $35,000. This year, two $1,000
scholarships will be awarded.
Partners in Faith
Attention All Eighth Graders
The Longmont Knights of Columbus Council #1313 is
giving a $500 Martin Bersano scholarship to one eighth
grade student going on to a Catholic High School.
Visit www.johnthebaptist.org to obtain an application.
Applications are also available in our parish office or by
e-mailing [email protected] Completed applications
must be received by April 29, 2015. For more information,
contact Jack Juenemann at 720-412-0253.
www.johnthebaptist.org
7
CHURCH OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST
LONGMONT, COLORADO
Give your child the
confidence of a
seamless transition
from preschool to
our K-8 program.
What could be better
than a program that
works in partnership
with students and
families for the
duration of their
elementary and
middle school
education?
We are setting the
standard in Catholic
education in the Rocky
Mountain region!
Raffle Sales after Masses
It isn’t too late to purchase your $5 chance at winning $500,
$1000, or $3000! Tickets are available in the south foyer.
The drawing will be held April 25th. You need not be
present to win. Proceeds benefit the children of our school.
www.johnthebaptist.org
8
THIRD
DEDICATION
SUNDAY
OFOF
THE
EASTER
LATERAN
COMMEMORATION
OF
ALL THEBASILICA
FAITHFUL DEPARTED - ALL SOULS DAY
NOVEMBER
APRIL 19,
9,
2015
2, 2014
Readings for the Week of April 19
Mass Intentions:
Sunday: Acts 3:13-15, 17-19/1 Jn 2:1-5a/Lk 24:35-48
Monday: Acts 6:8-15/Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday: Acts 7:51—8:1a/Jn 6:30-35
Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8/Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40/Jn 6:44-51
Friday: Acts 9:1-20/Jn 6:52-59
Saturday: 1 Pt 5:5b-14/Mk 16:15-20
Next Sunday: Acts 4:8-12/1 Jn 3:1-2/Jn 10:11-18
Saturday, April 18, 2015
5:00 p.m. †Jerome Bradley
Sunday, April 19, 2015 - Third Sunday of Easter
7:00 a.m. ♥Nick Castro
8:30 a.m. †Terrance Walker
10:30 a.m. †Vera Martinez
12:30 p.m. †Carlota Hernandez
4:00 p.m. †♥Parishioners of St. John the Baptist
6:00 p.m. †Martin Garcia
Monday, April 20, 2015
6:30 a.m. ♥Laura Krische and ♥Family
8:15 a.m. †Benito Sandoval
Select Events at St. John’s
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
6:30 a.m. †Doris Darlene Weibel
8:15 a.m. †George Mansuetti
Sunday, April 19:
• Parish Breakfast, after all morning Masses, Benedict Hall
• Preschool Open House, 11:30 a.m., Preschool
Monday, April 20:
• Breaking Open the Word, 9:00 a.m., Nursery
• Spanish Faith Formation, 6:00 p.m., Campus
• Stephen Ministry Training, 6:30 p.m., St. Catherine
• Boy Scout Troop 65, 7:00 p.m., St. Michael
Tuesday, April 21:
• Tuesday Bible Study, 9:00 a.m., Benedict Hall
• Faith Formation, 6:00 p.m., Campus
Wednesday, April 22:
• Fr. Ron’s Scripture Class, 9:00 a.m., St. Catherine
• Endow, 12:30 p.m., Nursery
• Spanish Faith Formation, 6:00 p.m., School Campus
• Blue Army, 7:00 p.m., Chapel
Thursday, April 23:
• Men of Faith, 5:30 a.m., Benedict Hall
• Faith Formation, 6:00 p.m., Campus
• Spanish Faith Formation, 6:00 p.m., Campus
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
6:30 a.m. †Shirley Paterson and †♥Loved Ones
8:15 a.m. †Isidore and †Mary Gerk
Thursday, April 23, 2015
6:30 a.m. ♥Belem de la Hoya
8:15 a.m. †Anthony H. McKenna
6:00 p.m. ♥Ellyana Sulistio
Friday, April 24, 2015
6:30 a.m. ♥Dolores Sanchez and Family
8:15 a.m. †Brenda Wilking
Saturday, April 25, 2015
5:00 p.m. †Jerome Bradley
Sunday, April 26, 2015 - Fourth Sunday of Easter
7:00 a.m. †Bernice Busz
8:30 a.m. ♥Anna Pinamonti
10:30 a.m. †Will Pilkington
12:30 p.m. †Luis Jimenez
4:00 p.m. †♥For our Priests and Religious
6:00 p.m. †♥Parishioners of St. John the Baptist
Intentions indicated by † deceased and ♥ living. Unmarked if unknown.
Treasures from Our Tradition
The pastoral care of the sick will be misunderstood if we start from the vantage point of the sickroom. Begin with the
Sunday assembly, from which the sick person has been separated by the crisis of illness, and whose absence is given
expression in prayer and service. The goal is to extend the consolation of the Lord’s presence at the table to those who are
apart from it, and for the assembly to enfold them in prayer.
Secondarily, the goal is to teach people what the Church desires for all those who are sick. Seeing ministers dispatched
to the sick from Mass every Sunday might help a caregiver realize that their dear one can also receive Communion.
Witnessing the anointing of a person facing surgery might help another person to overcome hesitation and ask for the
sacrament’s healing and strength. Society’s impulse may be to marginalize the sick, but the tradition of our community is to
see them at the center of our life. When Roman persecutors ordered St. Lawrence the Deacon to hand over the jewels of the
Church, he assembled a motley crew of the sick and the infirm and announced with all humility, “Behold, my lord, the
treasures of the Church of Christ.”
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
www.johnthebaptist.org
9
Contacts
For the weekend of April 4-5
Phone: 303-776-0737
Parish Fax: 303-772-5636
Website: www.johnthebaptist.org
Treasure Sharing
Offertory
Food Bank/2¢ a Meal
Renew and Reserve
Clergy
Father Ron Weissbeck, Pastor
[email protected]
Father Grzegorz Wójcik, Parochial Vicar
[email protected]
Deacon Bob Howard
[email protected]
Deacon Mike Berens
[email protected]
Deacon Modesto Garcia
Scrip Program
Sales
$1,000
Profit
$1,298.07
(including King Soopers profit check)
For the weekend of April 11-12
Treasure Sharing
Offertory
Food Bank/2¢ a Meal
Renew and Reserve
Parish Staff
Peggy Belknap, Business Office
[email protected] or Ext. 147
Anna Campbell, RCIA
[email protected] or Ext. 140
Linda Chagnon, Faith Formation Coordinator
[email protected] or Ext. 117
Mary Ruth Chopyak,
Pastoral Assistant and Facility Scheduler
[email protected] or Ext. 139
Teresa Cuevas, Receptionist
[email protected] or Ext. 100
Joanie Daly, Accounting Manager
[email protected] or Ext. 101
Socorro Garcia, Director of Hispanic Ministries
[email protected] or Ext. 113
Lyle Herrera, Maintenance Manager
[email protected] or Ext. 135
Maggie Howard, Music and Liturgy
[email protected] or Ext. 112
Loretta Lewis, Scrip - Ext. 107
Nancy Olivari, Gift Shop
[email protected] or Ext. 108
Karen Sabo, Sacramental Records
[email protected] or Ext. 109
Theresa Valencia, Director of Administrative Services
[email protected] or Ext. 111
Joan Willden, Director of Communications
[email protected]
John Williams, Outreach Coordinator
[email protected] or Ext. 105
Collection
$14,546
$ 1,336
$ 296
Online Giving
$21,484
$ 1,380
$ 1,223
Scrip Program
$2,535
$ 117
Sales
Profit
St. John’s Food Bank
The Food Bank numbers were unavailable at the time of
publication.
St. John’s also gives $150 a month to Safe Shelter of
St. Vrain Valley and $100 a month to the OUR Center.
Special Collections for April
A portion of our collections will be distributed as follows:
Friday, April 3rd: Holy Land Collection
Sunday, April 26th: Catholic Home Mission Appeal
Faith Direct
Please visit www.johnthebaptist.org to
sign up for online giving. We have
provided a link to Faith Direct for your
convenience. Our parish code is CO509.
If you have additional questions or concerns, please call
Joanie Daly at 303-776-0737, ext. 101.
PARISH BREAKFAST
St. John the Baptist School
APRIL 19TH
Investing in Our Children’s Future Since 1922
350 Emery Street, Longmont, CO 80501
303-776-8760 or [email protected]
A Catholic learning environment for grades P-8
Kemmery Hill, Principal
Beth Ann Rosa, Assistant Principal
Tami Moskal, Preschool Director
school.johnthebaptist.org
Collection
$24,221
$ 1,170
$ 1,911
Please join us after any
morning Mass in Benedict Hall
this Sunday, April 19th.
10
Martha Martin
Business Services LLC
623 Main St.
Longmont, CO 80501
(303) 776-5072 • Fax (303) 684-9233
Income Tax • Bookkeeping
Translations • Passport Photos
MASTER
KLEAN
Esta solicitando personal para limpieza de
oficinas, posiciones de PT y FT.
El salario $9.00 por hora.
Aplicar en el 2149 S Clermont St.
Requisitos tener sus documentos en regla.
Tel: 303-753-6084
Jack P. Wolfe
Dr. Peter Schmid
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Board Certified in
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive
Surgery; Head/Neck Cancer;
Diseases of the Ears, Nose & Throat
303-776-0880
749 Tanager Circle
1305 Sumner Street, Suite 100
Construction • Real Estate • Corporate
Estate Planning • Wills & Probate
303-651-6846
Support Our Advertisers
Check the ads on this page before you check the internet or yellow pages.
www.krischeconstruction.com
www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com
Contact Kim Bent to place an ad today!
[email protected] or (800) 950-9952 x2682
They that
Kevin Cavanaugh, M.D.
Board Certified in ENT –
Head and Neck Surgery
Fellowship trained in
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
(720) 494-9111
shall
Pray
for
Vocations
WAIT
RENEW
303-417-9000
upon the LORD
their STRENGTH;
• Water Damage
• Smoke Damage
• Fire Damage
• Mold Damage
• Restoration
They shall mount up with
Wings as the Eagles,
www.frontrangeoto.com
www.RapidDryColorado.com
They shall
RUN
and
Not be weary,
They shall walk
European & Japanese Auto Care
And
NOT FAINT.
303-772-4770
1333 Sherman Dr
Longmont, CO
–Isaiah 40:31
Valley Nissan Subaru, LLC
Longmont • 776-0443
www.valleynissan.com
www.valleysubaru.com
FOR AD INFO CALL KIM BENT
AT
1-800-950-9952
•
WWW.4LPi.COM
ST. JOHN, LONGMONT, CO
B 2C 05-0018
02-19-2015 16:58:46
MI NINA’S
BOUTIQUE
junto con
DEFALCO
CONSTRUCTION CO.
EL CORRAL VAQUERO WESTERN WEAR
* ROPONES DE BAUTISMO * VESTIDOS Y ACCESORIOS PARA:
QU
* QUINCEAÑERAS
* BODAS * PRIMERA COMUNIÓN
* PROM Y TODAS OCASIONES
303-651-1100
* Sombreros * Texanas * Botas
* Cintos * Pantalones * Camisas
PH: 303-682-1319 • 23 S. Main St. Longmont, CO 80501
[email protected]
Providing Heavy Civil
Construction Services for
more than 50 years
MENCIONE QUE VIO ESTE ANUNCIO Y SE
LE DARÁ UN DESCUENTO DE 20 %
www.DeFalcoConstruction.com
MARY KAY
COSMETICS
Helen Herman
Remarkable new skin care products!
303-776-7679
COLORADO COURIER
TRADITIONS, INC.
We Consign Furniture
& Jewelry
We Buy Gold & Silver
CAROL SCHACK, CRS, GRI
Ask for Steve Powers
or Elizabeth Rittenburg
303-682-9015
www.steves-alignment.com
510 2nd Ave, Longmont, CO
8am - 5:30pm M-F
Excellence, Integrity, Value
& Positive Relationships
Broker Associate
Contact: Cell 303 931-4945
sch[email protected]
Over 25 years real estate experience in Longmont
Member of St. John’s adult choir for over 32 years!
950 Elgin Ave / Pratt Pkwy
303-525-9727
“Let me help you have a blessed real estate transaction”
303 • 931 • 8894
THE FRONT RANGE
longmontcourier.com
J.E. MOHAN
1610 Hover St., Suite 202
Longmont, CO 80501
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
Office: 303-678-7808
Mobile: 303-652-7722
Service/Remodel
New Construction • Hydronic Heat • Basement Finish
Patrick E. Dowlin
Email: [email protected]
Wealth Advisor
Website: www.lifetimeinvestmentplanning.com
Parishioner
Independent, unbiased advice and guidance
Securities offered through LPL Financial Member FINRA/SIPC
303-772-7678
Licensed Insured
Jim, Parishioner
email: [email protected] • Mobile: 303-901-0796
ADVANCED TRANSMISSION
& AUTO REPAIR
RUBEN ONTIVEROS JR.
“Se Habla Español”
Parishioner
920 N. Main St. Suite B • Longmont, CO 80501
(303) 776-1191 • (303) 776-1811 fax
[email protected]
Mon.-Fri. 8AM-6PM • Sat by appt.
www.superwashlongmont.com
Sedation, Cosmetic &
Family Dentistry
New Patients Welcome
Complete Care in a Comfortable
and Caring Environment
614 Coffman
303-776-2804
Dr. Cliff Rogge
(Parishioner)
Since 1898
www.howemortuary.com
650 20th Ave.
www.longmontflorist.com
776-4077
303-776-2434
920 S. Hover
Longmont, CO 80501
303-485-8888
Artistic Smiles.org
Abogados de Inmigración
FRANCESCA RAMOS
303-417-6370
Isela Oliv
Isel
Olivas Mortgage Loan Officer
Si, hablo Español | Direct 303-906-2497 | [email protected]
En Longmont y Aurora
Artu
Ar
turo
tu
ro M
Mor
Moral
oral
ales
al
es
Broker Associate
HomeSmart Realty Group
Direct 303-906-4594
[email protected]
Traditions
32 Year Parishioner
Alyson Canepa
Commercial
Residential & H.O.A.’s
24 South Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Full Service Landscape Maintenance
ABR, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
303-912-4663
[email protected]
www.AlysonSellsHomes.com
“No job too small”
303-684-9484
(303) 776-6031
www.electricianlongmont.com
Knights of Columbus
St. John the Baptist
Council #14898
Catholic - Family
Fraternal - Service
— Parish First —
Contact http://kofc14898.org
or Rich Kohl • (303) 772-6389
www.kofc.org
“Where Cleaning
is an Art”
weddings • corporate • social events
picnics • party room • holiday parties
303-772-2247
www.greenspointcatering.com
[email protected]
Full Service
Dry Cleaning & Laundry
Alterations • Leather Cleaning • Specialty Items
Contact Kim Bent to place an ad today!
[email protected] or (800) 950-9952 x2682
Environmentally Friendly
Green Earth Cleaning
Free Pick up & Delivery
1631 Pace, Longmont
www.artcleaners.com
303-684-8585
FOR AD INFO CALL KIM BENT
AT
1-800-950-9952
•
WWW.4LPi.COM
ST. JOHN, LONGMONT, CO
A 4C 05-0018
02-19-2015 16:58:46