St. Mary, Mother of the Church

August 23, 2015
23 de Agosto, 2015
St. Mary, Mother of the Church
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
21st Domingo Del Tiempo Ordinario
1008 Vandora Springs Rd Garner, NC 27529-3546
Office: 919-772-5524 Fax: 919-772-5534 Website:
Rev. David M. Chiantella, Administrator
Emergencies only 919-909-0514
Email [email protected]
Deacon Ronald Soriano 919-426-4791
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Marie Chenevert, Elementary Coordinator
Email [email protected]
Joe Vuletich, Youth Apostolate Coordinator
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919-772-5524, ext. 109
Mary Dziepak, Music Director
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919-772-5524, ext. 102
Rosemary Montague, Receptionist
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Mon — Thu, 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Lunes — Jueves, 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Olga Salas, Recepcionista
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Lunes, Martes 6-9 PM; Jueves, Sábado 6-8 PM
Mon-Tues 6-9 PM, Thurs, Sat. 6-8 PM
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Today’s Readings
First Reading — Joshua challenges the Israelites to
serve either the Lord or other gods. They choose the Lord
(Joshua 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b).
Psalm — Taste and see the goodness of the Lord
(Psalm 34).
Second Reading — Paul reflects on how husbands and
wives should reverence and love each other
(Ephesians 5:21-32 [2a, 25-32]).
Gospel — Master, to whom
shall we go? You have the
words of eternal life (John 6:6069).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the
Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International
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Rev. Chesco Garcia, Ministerio Hispano
Música- Jesús Acevedo 919-649-1051
Lectores- Rosa Marin, 919-398-0004
Monaguillos- Érica Villegas, 919-264-9153
Ministros de la Eucaristía- Cesar Sánchez,
Formación Religiosa- Mike Munster, 919-567-1565
Quinceañeras- Olga Salas, 919-772-5524
Bautizos-Jeymy Luna, 919-946-5719
Presentaciones- Aurora Saucedo, 919-279-2281
(5-9 PM)
Enfermos- visitas a las casas o hospital llame a la
oficina, 919-772-5524
Social- Kathya Peña Centeno, 919-723-0310
Visitas Virgen Peregrina- Jorge Fajardo
Lecturas de Hoy
Primera lectura — Josué urge a los israelitas a que
sirvan a Dios o a los otros dioses (Josué 24:1-2a, 15-17,
Salmo — Haz la prueba y verás qué bueno es el Señor
(Salmo 34 [33]).
Segunda lectura — Pablo reflexiona cómo los esposos
y esposas deberán darse amor y reverencia mutua
(Efesios 5:21-32 [2a, 25-32]).
Evangelio — Después de
hablar de dar su carne a comer,
muchos de los discípulos de
Jesús se alejaron. Los Doce
escogieron permanecer con él:
“Maestro, ¿a quién
acudiremos?” (Juan 6:60-69).
This Week
Saturday Vigil 5:30 PM
Sábado Misa en Español 7:15 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 5:00 PM
Monday through Friday 8:15 AM
Eucharistic Adoration: First Friday after morning
Esta Semana
Saturday August 22
Sábado 22 de Agosto
5:30 PM +Vicki Zdan
7:15 PM +Cornelio Aguirre
Sunday August 23
Domingo 23 de Agosto
8 AM
+Bill Lovegreen
10 AM
for the people of St Mary Parish
5 PM
+Mary Meandro
Monday August 24
Lunes 24 de Agosto
8:15 AM Luz Gonzalez Xolo, health
Tuesday August 25
Martes 25 de Agosto
8:15 AM Alexander Alvarado Torres, birthday
Wednesday August 26
Miércoles 26 de Agosto
8:15 AM +Bill Lovegreen
Thursday August 27
Jueves 27 de Agosto
8:15 AM +Judy Morrisey
Friday August 28
Viernes 28 de Agosto
8:15 AM +Jeanne Double
Saturday August 29
Sábado 29 de Agosto
5:30 PM Anne Cioppa, birthday
7:15 PM +Jose Manuel Rangel
Sunday August 30
Domingo 30 de Agosto
8 AM
Lee O’Reilly, birthday
10 AM
for the people of St Mary Parish
5 PM
+John Cioppa, Sr.
To schedule a Mass intention, please call the office.
Para solicitor una misa, llame a las oficinas de la Iglesia.
Reconciliation: First and third Wednesday 5 - 6:30
PM. Every Saturday 4 - 5 PM, or by appointment
with a Priest.
Baptism: for Infant baptism preparation, contact
the Deacon Ron (see bulletin cover for contact info).
For Adult baptism preparation, contact Father
Marriage: contact the Receptionist at least 6
months before your intended marriage date to
schedule marriage preparation.
First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, or
Confirmation: contact the Faith Formation office
for information.
Parish Council: [email protected]
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Si asiste regularmente necesita registrarse en la
parroquia. Para más información sobre las
registraciones y bautizos, favor de llamar a Jeymy
Luna al 919-946-5719.
Offertory/Ofrenda (July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016)
Documentos requeridos para el Bautismo de niños
menores de 8 años:
• Padres: copia del Certificado de Nacimiento Del
• Padrinos: copia del Certificado de Matrimonio
por la Iglesia
Estar registrados en la iglesia al menos 3 meses
antes del bautizo.
Las clases de bautizo son primer y segundo martes
de cada mes a las 7 PM.
16 August
16 Agosto
Year to date
Año a la Fecha
$69,714.08 (13% of goal)
The altar flowers are given in remembrance of the birthday of Marilyn S.
Reynolds, by her daughter Karen Sue
Jovenes y Adultos Mayores de 18 años
Rito de Iniciación Cristiana– Padre Chesco
Next weekend, we welcome Father Dennis, as our
speaker on behalf of the Missionaries of Faith Order.
As part of our diocesan Missionary Cooperation
Plan, donations made at Masses next weekend will
be divided equally among the various missionary
groups speaking at diocesan parishes.
Maria y Leo Rangel,
[email protected]
Coordinadores Ministerio Hispano Mike y Beatriz
Munster, 919-567-1656
Recibir los Santos Óleos o Eucaristía
llame la oficina-919-772-5524
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Mass of Thanksgiving
That way, a missionary who comes to a smaller
parish will receive the same amount as one going to
a larger parish.
If you choose to donate by check, please make your
check payable to the parish and note that it is for
the mission appeal. If you choose to donate cash,
please remember to enclose your donation in an
envelope and mark it for the mission appeal. Thank
you for your generosity!
In appreciation for your
generous service to the
people of St. Mary Parish,
Father David is offering a Mass of Thanksgiving
on Wednesday August 26 at 7 PM. Please join us
after Mass for a dessert social in St. Joseph Hall. If
you’ve volunteered this past year in any way including:
Welcome St. Mary’s Young Adults!
Adult bible study leaders
Altar guild
Altar servers
Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion
Finance council
Homebound ministers
Landscaping committee
Music ministry
Pastoral council
Social concerns
we hope you’ll join us. To help us better plan how
much food to prepare we’d appreciate it if you
would add your name to the sign-up sheet in the
With the blessing and guidance of Fr. David, the
parish is pleased to announce that we are forming
a group for young adults, single or married, led
by Nicholas Renck. If you're a young adult (in
college to your mid 30's) please consider liking
our Facebook group "St. Mary, Mother of the
Church, Young Adults" or contact us at
[email protected]
We plan on opening the group up with a social in
September. All are welcome.
Mothers Growing in Faith: Saint Andrew’s
church has a Mothers Growing in Faith group
(MGIF) that meets each Friday morning from
9:30 to 11:30. All mothers who wish to increase
their knowledge and practice of the Catholic faith
are invited to join. Through study and fellowship
we support our learning and each other.
We will have our welcome back breakfast on
September 11th at 9:30 AM. Childcare is available. For more information, please contact Pam
Gonzalez at [email protected]
Doorways to Formation in the Faith
TEACHING The course will cover the seven
key themes of Catholic Social Teaching outlined by the US Bishops: the life and dignity
of the human person.
Holy Cross Catholic Church celebrating 75th
Anniversary with a revival
Holy Cross Catholic Church in Durham is holding
a revival as part of its 75th anniversary celebration. All interested in experiencing these evenings
of prayer, praise and preaching are welcome to
attend. Fr. Royal (Roy) Lee, currently in the Diocese of Atlanta, will be preaching three consecutive evenings, September 16 through September
18, beginning at 6:45 PM. Holy Cross Church is a
historically African American parish located at
2438 S. Alston Avenue, Durham. Read more
about the revival and presenter at the Holy Cross
web site:
The course will be offered at St. Thomas
More, Chapel Hill on the following dates:
Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 10 (Immersion Experience),
15, and 27 from 3:15 PM - 5 PM and 7 PM -9
PM. You need only attend one class each afternoon/evening.
For more information contact Melissa DuCharme
at 919-821-9751.
2015 Catechetical Sunday
Diocese of Raleigh
A Celebration of Lay Ministry
Join Bishop Burbidge and lay
ministers from throughout the Diocese of Raleigh for Mass, conversation and lunch in celebration of our response to the Baptismal call to serve as lay ministers in our parishes and communities on Saturday August 29, St. Mary Mother of the Church,
Garner. 10 AM Liturgy, 11 AM Conversation
with Bishop Michael F. Burbidge, followed by
lunch. There is no charge for this event, but registration is required by August 21. Registration
forms are located in the church narthex.
This year, the Church will celebrate Catechetical Sunday on
September 20, 2015, and will
focus on the theme
"Safeguarding the Dignity of
Every Human Person." Those whom the community has designated to serve as catechists will be
called forth to be commissioned for their ministry.
Catechetical Sunday is a wonderful opportunity to
reflect on the role that each person plays, by virtue
of Baptism, in handing on the faith and being a
witness to the Gospel. Catechetical Sunday is an
opportunity for all to rededicate themselves to this
mission as a community of faith.
If you are suffering from an
abortion, experience the love of
Jesus Christ at a Project Rachel weekend retreat November 6-8. The weekend retreat,
for both women and men, will
combine discussions, spiritual exercises, the sacrament of reconciliation, a Memorial Service and
a Mass of the Resurrection. Participation is
strictly confidential and offers a beautiful opportunity to experience God’s love, forgiveness and
compassion. For more information or to register
for the retreat, contact Project Rachel at [email protected] or call (919) 852-1021.
The cost is $125 for lodging, meals and all retreat
materials. If you have a financial burden, some
assistance is available. Registration deadline is
October 9, 2015.
The Office of Human Life and Dignity and the
Office of Catholic Formation and Evangelization
are collaborating to bring you this extensive page
of resources. We are all catechists- teachers, parents, grandparents- really all of the lay faithful.
The diocese has created a webpage which we
hope will be useful at in your classrooms, in your
parish and in your homes in promotion the theme
of Safeguarding the Dignity of Every Human Person. Go to this website to learn more : http://
In the second reading today St.
Paul talks about the special
kind of love between a husband and a wife. Through the
sacrament of Matrimony we
are called to live in love as
Christ loved us. Does our marriage relationship reflect the
love of Christ for all to see? The next Worldwide
Marriage Encounter weekends are Nov 6-8 in
Atlantic Beach, and Feb 5-7 in Asheville. Early
sign up is highly recommended. For more information visit our website at: http:// or contact us at [email protected] or 704-3152144.
Wedding Anniversary
Mass 2015
Bishop Michael F. Burbidge invites all couples
celebrating 25, 50 or more
years of marriage to honor
their vocation of marriage. The Wedding Anniversary Mass will take place on Sunday, October
18 at 2 PM at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 300
Dundee Road, Pinehurst. Family Members are
welcome to attend. Please register through your
parish office beginning in September through Friday, October 9
Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
Josué apremia a las tribus de Israel en Siquén: “Si
no les parece bien dar culto al Señor, elijan hoy a
quién desean dar culto”. Y el pueblo respondió:
“No tenemos ninguna intención de abandonar al
Señor para dar culto a otros dioses”, y empezaron
a mencionar todo lo que el Señor había hecho por
ellos (Josué 24:15, 16).
Siglos más tarde, después de escuchar a Jesús
definirse a sí mismo como el pan que debe
comerse, los descendientes del pueblo de Siquén
dijeron: “Esta doctrina es inadmisible. ¿Quién
puede aceptarla?” Y muchos de sus discípulos “ya
no andaban con él”. Jesús le preguntó entonces a
los Doce si ellos también querían irse. Simón
respondió: “Nosotros creemos y sabemos que tú
eres el Santo de Dios” (Juan 6:60, 66, 69).
Nuestra respuesta es simple, pero tiene mucho
peso al decir Amén (que significa “así sea”).
Cuando la hostia consagrada es elevada
acompañada de las palabras “el Cuerpo de Cristo”
y cuando el cáliz se ofrece junto a las palabras “la
Sangre de Cristo” se nos pide el todo por el todo
en nuestra fe cuando decimos “Amén”.
¿Acaso la familiaridad ha engendrado cierta
conformidad? ¿Estamos tan acostumbrados a este
misterio que ya raramente tenemos un sentido de
asombro o de sobrecogimiento ante tal prodigio?
El primer acto de fe es creer que Dios está
presente en todas las cosas, aun en algo tan
ordinario como el pan y el vino. Nosotros
creemos que el pan y el vino se convierten en el
Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo. ¿Qué clase de
conversión o cambio en nosotros debe acompañar
el recibir al Señor?
Dios sueña con una familia compuesta de hijas e
hijos amantes, que se reúnen alrededor de una
mesa y dicen “Amén”, para después vivir la
comunión en un mundo de cuerpos destrozados,
de sangre derramada, de corazones heridos y de
espíritus quebrantados. Cuando decimos “Amén”
a este misterio, ¡cuánto pudiera suceder!
Cuando Jesús dice que hay que comer su cuerpo y beber su sangre (Juan 6:55), los cristianos católicos, literalmente, seguimos sus palabras. En
esto somos muy fundamentalistas: cuando Jesús
dice que el pan es su cuerpo y el vino es su sangre,
lo creemos de todo corazón (1 Corintios 11:24-25).
Para los católicos, nuestra fe y estilo de vida están
basados en la consagración del pan y vino en el
Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo.
La Iglesia primitiva reconocía con tristeza que
no todos los que querían seguir a Jesús podían
aceptar la realidad de su cuerpo y sangre. Por eso,
Juan el evangelista dice que muchos abandonaron a
Jesús cuando éste les habló del sagrado convite
(Juan 6:60-69). De la muchedumbre que le seguía,
poquísimos continuaron con él. Quienes siguieron
acompañándolo reconocían que Jesús tiene palabras de vida eterna. Esta verdad la vemos reflejada
en la celebración de la misa, pues del Pan de la Palabra pasamos al Pan Eucarístico. Escuchamos su
Palabra para luego comer su Cuerpo y beber su
Sangre a fin de tener vida eterna.—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz,
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Aclamación a Evangelio……………….. Aleluya
Ofertorio……….…….………........... 653 Si Yo
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Santo………………………………...... 13 Santo
Aclamación Conmemorativa..… 130 Anunciamos
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Amen…………………………..……. 132 Amén
Cordero de Dios……..…… 135 Cordero de Dios
Canto de Comunión………….... 507 Amémonos
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For those in need of God’s healing,
strength, and comfort, and especially
Charity Betts, Rose Canino, Will
Cannady, Madelyn Connick,
Edward Crume, Mary Dziepak, Bryan Ewing, Glenn Ewing, John Fields, Clara Gambetta, Ethel Gardner, Christian Gould, Joe Heil,
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Regular Registration ends August 27. Some
classes are almost full, so if you haven’t done so
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About calendars:
• There is one calendar for regular Elementary
classes and First Communion classes since
they have the exact same schedule. Sacrament
parent meetings, retreats, and the sacraments
show up on the regular elementary calendar.
• RCIC has its own calendar.
Please pray about whether God might be calling
you to share your faith in this meaningful way,
and if you have any questions regarding becoming
a Catechist, please feel free to contact Marie at
919-772-5199 or [email protected] or Joe
at 919-772-5524 ext. 109 or
[email protected] Thanks!
Thank you for your prayers for Mary Dziepak. If
you would like to send a card or note there is a
box set up in the narthex.
Curious about the Catholic faith?
Want to learn more but don’t know
where to begin? The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)
might be the place for you. We will
hold an RCIA information session
on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 7 PM ,
St. Joseph Hall, classroom E. RCIA will be every
Tuesday beginning Sept. 8 from 7—8:30 PM in
classroom E. Please contact Eileen Leamy at 919841-4749 or [email protected] if you
have any questions.
Our parish will be preparing and
serving a meal to the Hispanic
farmworkers on Sunday August
30 following the 5:00 PM Spanish
Mass at St Bernadette in FuquayVarina. If you are interested in
helping please call Mike Montague at 919-522-4616 after 6 PM or
call the office at 919-772-5524.
Thank you for all the donations of clothing, hats
& personal hygiene items for the workers. The
items were taken in 2 trips and distributed after
the Sunday meal.
Thanks to all the people who handed out bags,
those who filed the bags or donated money and
those who packed the truck. We had a very good
Catholic Parish Outreach food drive August 8th &
9th. We delivered 2209 pounds of food and
$2007.00 to help those less fortunate feed their
families. Parishioners here have once again shone
their compassion for those in need of assistance.
Thank you.
Habitat for Humanity-Be a part
of something Great!
The house building has begun and
many hands are needed. The house
is located at 4423 Green Spring
Dr. Garner, off Old Garner Rd.
Look for pictures and our donation goal in the
church. If you are interested in signing up to help
build this house contact Anne Allison [email protected] for more information. The work is
every Thursday, Friday & Saturday. You can directly sign up at