April 19, 2015 Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor

April 19, 2015
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Maynard Nagengast, OSB, and Rev. Bernard N. Mohan (Visiting Priests)
Deacon Michael Keary
215 Crescent Pkwy, Sea Girt, NJ 08750 Phone 732-449-6364 Web www.stmarksseagirt.com
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Mass Intentions
Monday, April 20
7:30 AM † Nelda Ragan
† Michael Doolan
Special Intention Lois Cullum
11:00 AM † McDermott Family
† Marie Lynch
† Don Healy
Tuesday, April 21
Pam Zusi and Family
Jim and Mary Power
CYO and Spanish Ministry
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Lynch Family
Respect Life Faithful
St. Anselm
7:30 AM † Edith Knowles
† Patricia Ferrelli
† Alfonso Severino
11:00 AM † Colford and Riley Families
† Arthur Thomas Brookes
† Mary Birle
Starkey Family
Connie and Mark Duffy
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Randazzo, Jr.
St. Mark's Parish Family
Wednesday, April 22
7:30 AM † Philip Caverly
† Mary Birle
† Edna Burke
11:00 AM † Regina Gangemi
† Margaret Keough
† Nelda Ragan
Thursday, April 23
Regenye and Caverly Families
Peter Warshaw
St. Mark's Parish Family
Gloria Hamill
John and Barbara McManus
Cullum Family
St. George
7:30 AM † Carol Treger
† Jean Hayes
Special Intention Ray O'Meara
11:00 AM † Angela Virdo
† Edith Milanesi
† Mary Birle
Francis Hayes
Bertucci Family
Florence Maclearie
Eileen Linehan
Friday, April 24
7:30 AM † Josephine and Thomas Santella
† William and Barbara Heindle
11:00 AM † Clare Jane Collins
† Martin Brennan
† Iosold Derrig
Saturday, April 25
St. Mark, Evangelist
7:30 AM † Joan Enright
† John O'Connell
People of St. Mark's Parish
4:30 PM † Joseph Cahill
† James Hamill, Esquire
Special Int. In Honor of the Blessed Mother
Sunday, April 26
Kathleen Santella
Flynn Family
Mary Casey Thiessen
Doug O'Connell
Cahill Family
Gloria Hamill
Pat and Myles Gilsenan
Fourth Sunday of Easter
8:00 AM For the People of the Parish
10:00 AM † Theresa and Sal D'Amato
† Peter Walsh
Special Intention Bruce Latourette
12:00 PM † Micahel Zennario
† George B. Cain
† Eileen Abraham
5:00 PM Special Intention Gerardo Fierro
† Juan Gonzalez Ramirez
Special Intention Ava Arely
Anna Nuzzi and Family
Longo Family
Diane R. Anthony
Jean Cain
Millie and Sally Abraham
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Breaking of the Bread by Joanne Gibson
When a convert enters the Church, it is with a sense
of wonder and joy that is hard to describe. Leading up to
that 1st Holy Communion as an adult, most converts
experience an almost painful fast from the Eucharist,
especially for those who received communion at their
former churches. Before seeking to enter the Church,
many non-Catholics don’t comprehend the reason they
may not receive but today’s Gospel reveals the answer:
“He was known to them in the breaking of the bread.”
Growing up as an Episcopalian, I knew the saints
and the angels, even had a special devotion to our
Blessed Mother. Whenever friends asked the difference
between Anglican and Catholic beliefs, I would say
Episcopalians were “Catholic Lite.” But the defining
moment of my conversion came when St. Mark’s own
pastor, Msgr. Carton, made the startling admission that
he hoped he was ready to die to protect the Eucharist.
With his words on my mind, I went back to the
Episcopal church and approached a priest who had
recently obtained his doctorate in theology. I asked him,
“Do Episcopalians believe they are receiving the Body,
Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus at communion or a
symbolic representation?” His answer shocked me, “It’s
whatever you believe.” This priest who had often spoke
about the Scriptures with confident authority had just
given an answer to a fundamental question that was
beyond ambiguous. Communion can not be both real
and unreal.
Indeed it is the Catholic doctrine of the Eucharist
that is particularly bothersome to non-Catholics. That is
why it is so important for us Catholics to be ready to
defend it and using the Bible is the most effective way.
Beginning with the multiplication of the loaves in John
6, Jesus says, “For the bread of God is that which comes
down from heaven and gives life to the world.” Is He
speaking metaphorically? Apparently His followers were
Third Sunday of Easter
Acts 3:13-15, 17-19 Repent therefore, and turn again,
that your sins may be blotted out, that times of refreshing
may come from the presence of the Lord,
Psalms 4:2, 4, 7-9 Answer me when I call, my saving
God. When troubles hem me in, set me free; take pity on
me, hear my prayer.
1 John 2:1-5a He who says “I know him” but disobeys his
commandments is a liar, and the truth is not in him.
Luke 24:35-48 Then they told what had happened on
the road, and how he was known to them in the breaking
of the bread.
unsure because “then after some grumbling” among
them, He clarified “I am the living bread that came down
from heaven; whoever eats this bread will live forever;
and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the
world.” Now they really started quarreling among
themselves, saying, “How can this man give us [his] flesh
to eat?” Knowing what they were thinking, He makes an
emphatic statement, “Amen, amen, I say to you, unless
you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood,
you do not have life within you” John 6:53.
Note that the expression, “Amen, amen” (means
“Truly, truly”) is used in the Gospels exclusively by Jesus
and only to emphasize what He is about to say. Recorded
just in John’s Gospel, Jesus says, “Amen, amen” a total of
25 times, including John 6:53. If you examine the other
24 verses in the light of His Passion and Resurrection,
you can readily see that He is always speaking literally.
Here are a few examples:
To Nathanael in Galilee:
1:51–And He said to him, “Amen, amen,* I say to you,
you will see the sky opened and the angels of God
ascending and descending on the Son of Man.”
To the Disciples after the Washing of the Feet:
13:21–When Jesus had thus spoken, he was troubled in
spirit, and testified, “Amen, amen, I say to you, one of
you will betray me.”
To Simon Peter at the Last Supper:
13:38–“Amen, amen, I say to you, the cock will not crow,
till you have denied me three times.”
The Catholic doctrine of the Real Presence asserts
that in the Holy Eucharist, Jesus is literally and wholly
present—Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity—under the
appearances of bread and wine.
And that is as real as it ever gets!
What’s Inside?
Readers Still Needed for 8 AM Mass ...................... 5
Help Needed to Restock Food Pantry .................... 5
Altar Rosary Society’s Spring Luncheon ................. 6
Regular Features
■ Liturgical Minister Schedule 4 ■ Pray for Military 4
■ Prayers for Healing 5 ■ Week at a Glance 5
■ Community Activities 7 ■ CYO News 7
Bulletin deadline: Monday at 2:00 PM (except before holidays)
Joanne Gibson, Editor Diana Zuna, Associate Editor
Email submissions to: [email protected]
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Next Weekend’s Liturgical Minister Schedule
4:30 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 Noon
5:00 PM
Glenn Skola
John Kemper
Anthony Granato
Jerry Zoufaly
Joe Walsh
Tom Hayes
Bob O’Neill
Patrick Ahern
Leo Hurley
Richard Siderko
Harry Dunne
Ed Robinson
Usher needed
James Revel
Jim Mulvihill
Brendan Heslin
Usher needed
Bernarda Bautista
Silvia Hernández
María Tapia
Leodegaria López
Tom Malloy
Bernie Ricciardi
Joseph Stillo
Nancy Schatzman
Filogonio García
Julia Alvarado
Ministers of
the Eucharist
Lynn Jeliff
Ken Jeliff
Joan Murphy
Sara Lynch
Rose Crimmins
Dan Crimmins
Pam Zusi
Margaret Azzarella
Tara Malia
Marianne Sheridan
Kathy Kokes
Mary Ann Hirsch
Nancy Schatzman
Barbara Kane
Barbara DeGroote
Helen Hopkins
Francisca González
Raúl Pérez
Carlos Zuna
Altar Servers
Casey Campbell
Tucker Farrell
Chloe Bird
Ellie Moonan
Aidan Laszlo
Griffin Laszlo
Sally Tamayo
Lesly Sánchez
Brianna Alejandrez
Christian González
Lesley Lázaro
Cynthia Louro
Pam Pertgen
Victoria Napolitano
Kelly Embon
Kelsey White
Breath of Life
Children’s Choir
Margaret Price
Adult Traditional Choir
Néstor Román
Espíritu de Vida
Barbara Kane and Carole Morris
Altar Ladies
Readings for the Week
Monday: Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30; Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday: Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a, 17, 21ab;
Jn 6:30-35
Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a; Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20; Jn 6:44-51
Friday: Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 6:52-59
Saturday: 1 Pt 5:5b-14; Ps 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17; Mk 16:15-20
Cover photos: Easter Egg Hunt at St. Mark’s by CYO
Director, Mary Reilly. More images from Easter are on our
Please Pray for Our Military on Active Duty
Col. Thomas Crimmins, USAF, Cpl. Ian Michael
Rivera, USMC, Staff Sgt. Carmen Maffucci, USAF,
IS First Class Brian Maffucci, USCG,
Lt. Nicholas Guariglia, USMC,
Specialist (SPC) Colin P. Marvel, US Army,
Lt. Commander Brenden Piccolo, USN,
Major Sean P. Cox, USMC, Major Kevin Ward,
US Army, Lt. Robert J. Bennett, USN
Please send an email to [email protected] if you would
like to add a name or change a rank. If you do not have email,
please call the Rectory at 732-449-6364 x100.
In Loving Remembrance
We ask your prayers for our
beloved parishioners, family members,
and friends who have recently died,
especially Edna Burke and Janet Holsey.
Our parish family extends its sympathy
and assurance of prayer to their family,
friends, and to all those mourning the
death of a loved one who died. May the
Lord Jesus sustain them with His peace.
Upcoming Second Collection: On the weekend of
April 25th/April 26th, the second collection is for
Catholic Home Mission Appeal which strengthens the
Catholic Church in the US, its territories and 87 Latin
and Eastern Catholic dioceses. The funds go towards
pastoral services such as evangelization and religious
Last Weekend’s Collection
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Parish News and Upcoming Events
This Fall Visit Two Miraculous Shrines
Join Monsignors Sirianni & Gervasio
on a trip to the
Miraculous Shrines of Fatima
and Lourdes
October 6th-17th
For complete details, please join
them for a meeƟng
April 28th at 7:00 PM
in St. Robert Bellarmine Parish Hall, Freehold, or
contact Graycar Travel at 800-214-6723.
From the Bishop’s Desk
It has been brought to the attention of the Diocese
of Trenton that an organization called “Mary’s Way
Worldwide Apostolate” is operating in Pt. Pleasant and
Brick Twp. This organization advertises “miracles”
attributed to an alleged Capuchin Franciscan
“Fr. David” and is soliciting money. This “Franciscan”
claims to have the stigmata or wounds of Christ. This
organization claims visions of and allocutions from the
Blessed Mother Mary under various titles by its
members. It also claims some connection to St. Padre
Pio. The Superior of the Capuchin Franciscan Order in
Rome has been contacted and has responded that no
such stigmatist with the name “Fr. David” exists in his
order. This organization has no official connection with
the Roman Catholic Church nor has it ever received
any official approval or recognition by the Holy See.
The Diocese of Trenton only recently learned of its
existence and operation and has never given its approval
or recognition to “Mary’s Way Worldwide Apostolate.”
It has no relationship to or association with the Diocese
of Trenton.
Because it uses Roman Catholic vocabulary, images
and elements of doctrine, “Mary’s Way Worldwide
Apostolate” has caused confusion among some devout
and well-intentioned members of the faithful. The
Diocese of Trenton has received complaints of
fraudulent activity and wishes to notify Roman
Catholics that “Mary’s Way Worldwide Apostolate”
is not an officially approved or recognized Roman
Catholic organization. The complaints have been
submitted to law enforcement officials in Ocean
Most Reverend David M. O’Connell, C.M.
Bishop of Trenton
Prayers for Healing
Patrick Wypler
Efraín Montoya
Virginia Barnes
Michael Sheridan
Anne Fleming
Enedina Marquez
Richard McCarthy
Maralyn McKeon
George Lister
This list of parishioners, relatives, and friends are in need of
your prayers for healing. Please note that the pastor’s policy to
ensure the consent of the person whose name appears here
requires that only they or a family member may request a name
be added to this list.
Readers Still Needed for 8 AM Mass
Thank you for all those who signed up to be
Readers at weekend Masses! We sƟll need a few
more volunteers for 8 AM Mass on Sunday.
Readers rotate schedules and do not have to be
available year round. Please contact Donna in the
Rectory at 732-449-6364 ext. 100. Thank you!
Help Needed to Restock Food Pantry
The Mercy Center food pantry is currently very short
of the following food items: baked beans, canned
potatoes, juice, canned fruit, Jello and cookies. These
foods are a few of those included in the well-rounded list
of foods given to each client of Mercy Center. The
individuals and families who get help from Mercy Center
can receive a 3-day supply once a month.
Please help to fill in the shortages with your
donations of all non-perishable foods. Since
St. Mark’s is one of the major supporters of
the food pantry, we’re asking all parishioners
to add an item or two to your grocery lists to
donate to the food collection. By doing this,
we are helping to provide nourishment
to needy people. Please place your items
in the Mercy Center collection boxes at
the entrances of St. Marks. Thank you!
This Week at a Glance
Tuesday, April 21
Rediscover Catholicism discussion led by Msgr. Flynn
will be held at 7 PM in the church basement.
This month’s topic before the open discussion centers
on how to read the Bible. Even if you have not been
able to attend in the past, you are always welcome!
Next Weekend, April 25/26
Saturday is St. Mark’s Feast Day! The intentions of all
parishioners will be offered at the 7:30 AM Mass.
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Altar Rosary Society’s Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show
Wednesday, May 13th at 11:30 AM
Lobster Shanty 81 Channel Dr.
Pt. Pleasant Beach
Raffle Prizes
Tables of 10
by J. McLaughlin of Spring Lake
Reservation form with check for $40 per person (cash bar) due by May 5th
HNS Charity Golf Classic 2015
EVENT DATE: Monday, June 22nd @ 12:30 PM
LOCATION: Colts Neck Golf Club, Flock Rd., Colts Neck
St. Mark’s Holy Name Society is again sponsoring its
annual charity golf classic at the Colts Neck Golf Club.
We are asking you to participate this year as a player or as
a sponsor, or, if you are not a golfer, by attending the
The net proceeds of these Charity Golf Classics are
donated to local worthy charities. Last year, thanks to the
support of many sponsors like you, we had a terrific golf
event! We raised more than $25,000, which was donated
to 19 organizations in Monmouth and Ocean counties!
So not just one charity benefits but many do!
For details about this year’s golf classic, which we
hope includes 3 hole-in-one cars, please pick up a flyer
(see right) at the Church entrances. Thank you for
supporting this wonderful event any way you can!
Look for this flyer
to sign up as a
player or a sponsor!
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CYO News by Mary Reilly, CYO Director
Sunday, May 3rd, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM
(Rain date TBA)
Meet at Pier Nine Golf Course at Belmar Marina (Hwy 35).
Cost is $12 which includes golf, soda at restaurant, and choice
of chicken fingers, mozzarella sƟcks or
ice cream. Please bring exact amount!
RSVP to me by April 25th with your food choice,
at 732-685-6011 or [email protected]
You will need to arrive at the golf course by
7 PM sharp and be picked up at the restaurant at 8:30 PM.
Signed parental permission slip is required.
God bless you, my CYO angels! Mrs. R.
Community Activities
Spiritual Retreat for Those Suffering a Serious Illness
Respect Life Dinner at St. Anthony’s in Hightstown
GENNESARET, a retreat designed to provide a spiritual
and temporal oasis for men and women suffering with a
serious illness, will be held the weekend of May 1-3 at the
Archdiocesan Retreat Center in Kearny. There is no cost
to attendees for the retreat. For information, call
732-566-7237 or 908-654-5575.
The Diocese of Trenton is excited to host the Marriage
Summit, a day filled with marriage-building tools and
resources for all who educate, serve and minister to
Catholic families. Join us on Friday, May 8th, for Praise
and Worship, Keynote Presentations, 23 workshop
sessions, and our host of exhibitors, or on Saturday,
May 9th, when the entire program will be repeated.
St. Anthony of Padua, Hightstown, will host the 6th
Annual Pro-Life Fundraiser next Saturday, April 25th, at
5:30 PM in the Church Hall (gym). The menu features
Capuano’s baked ziti dinner with meatballs, salad, Italian
bread, homemade desserts and coffee, tea and lemonade.
The speaker is Patricia Staley, host of Catholic Matters
on Domestic Church Radio. The cost is $10 for adults,
$5 for children (5-12 years old), children under 5 years
free, and $40 for families of 5 or more. All proceeds will
go to benefit St. Anthony of Padua’s Respect Life group.
For tickets, call Tom McGeachen at 609-448-8399 or
send a check to Tony Humphreys, 24 Exeter Rd.,
East Windsor, NJ 08520. Checks should be made
payable to St. Anthony of Padua and in the memo line
write “Respect Life dinner.”
Discerning God’s Call?
Camp for Disadvantaged Local Youth
If you are a faithful, single, Roman Catholic man,
between the ages of 18 and 40, and are either seriously
discerning God’s call to the priesthood or are just seeking
how God is asking you to serve Him, you are cordially
invited to attend the Diocese of Trenton Vocation
discernment meeting next Sunday, April 26th, from
4:00-6:00 PM at the Church of St. Benedict at
165 Bethany Road, Holmdel. Join Very Rev. Dan Swift
as he shares in his ministry of the priesthood, followed by
a great meal and fellowship. Register at
[email protected] or by call 609-406-7449.
Come discover an awesome way to serve the Lord and
respond to His invitation!
You can brighten the summer for a local child. The
Sisters of the Good Shepherd at Collier Youth Services
in Wickatunk (Marlboro) ask your help in giving
disadvantaged Monmouth County children a safe and
fun summer at Kateri Day Camp. Camp costs include
transportation, programs and activities, staff and two
healthy meals each day. A donation of $40 covers one
day of camp, $200 covers one week and $400 covers two
weeks. Visit www.collieryouthservices.org for details.
Strengthening Marriage
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Iglesia de “San Marcos” Apostolado Hispano
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Vicario Parroquial
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 122
Misa Dominical: Domingo 5:00 PM
Horario de oficina en Español:
Lunes, Martes & Miércoles 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Diana Zuna, Apostolado Hispano
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 100
Fax: 732 449-1646
CONFESIONES: Todos los domingos de 4:00 PM-4:45PM.
También pueden llamar a la rectoría en caso de emergencia
ext. 122.
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO: Los padres de familia que
deseen celebrar el sacramento del Bautismo. Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
CLASES DE RELIGION: Se ofrecen clases de Religión todos los
domingos antes y después de la Santa Eucaristía desde los grados:
(Pre-k, K hasta el 8th grado).
Para los adultos se ofrece RICA en Español. Las inscripciones se
llevan a cabo cada año entre los meses Mayo a Septiembre. Para
más información llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
SACRAMENTO DEL MATRIMONIO: Las parejas que deseen
celebrar el Sacramento del Matrimonio, Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
MINISTERIO DE MUSICA: Les invita a las personas que deseen
cantar otocar cualquier instrumento musical, les invitamos a que se
integren al coro en español de San Marcos, la persona Néstor
Román. Vengan a cantar al Señor Jesús.
CIRCULO DE ORACION: La Renovación Carismática en el
Espíritu Santo “Al Encuentro con Jesús” te invita a que vengas a
encontrarte con El Señor Jesús a través de oraciones y alabanzas,
ven y gózate en la presencia del Señor, ahora con el Ministerio de
Música Carismática: “Sembrando Esperanza.” Te esperamos todos
los días viernes a las 6:30 PM. No faltes, Cristo te espera Salmo
150! Alabe al Señor todo ser que respire!
TRANSPORTACION: Ofrecemos transportación a las personas
que viven en Pt Pleasant, Brielle, Manasquan, Sea Girt, Bradley
Beach & Belmar durante todo el año. Mandar un texto o llamar los
domingos a Diana Zuna al 908-783-4221 antes de las 2:00 PM si
necesitas este servicio.
Tercer Domingo de Pascua
Lecturas y Calendario para esta Semana
Primera Lectura: Hechos 3, 15-3-15. 17-19. Pedro dijo:
“Han dado muerto al autor de la vida, pero Dios lo
resucito de entre los muertos y de ello nosotros somos
testigo”. Dios cumplió lo que anunciaron los profetas.
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 4, 2. 7. 9. Haz brillar sobre
nosotros el resplandor de tu rostro.
Segunda Lectura: 1 Juan 2, 1-5. Juan explicó a los
creyentes que Jesucristo, el justo, es la víctima por los
pecados del mundo. Una persona que no cumple sus
mandatos no puede decir: “Yo lo conozco”.
Evangelio: Lucas 24, 35-48. Jesús se apareció a los
apóstoles y les dijo: “La paz esté con ustedes”. Después,
el Señor les explicó lo que estaba escrito en la ley, los
profetas y los salmos.
20 Lunes: La Santísima Virgen Dolorosa del Colegio
(Ecuador). Hch 6:8-15; Sal 119 (118):23-24, 26-27, 29-30;
Jn 6:22-29.
21 Martes: Hch 7:51 -8:1a; Sal 31 (30):3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a,
17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35.
22 Miércoles: Día de la Tierra y Día de los
Administradores Profesionales. Hch 8:1b-8; Sal 66 (65):
1-3a, 4-7a; Jn 6:35-40.
23 Jueves: Hch 8:26-40; Sal 66 (65):8-9, 16-17, 20;
Jn 6:44-51.
24 Viernes: Hch 9:1-20; Sal 117 (116):1bc, 2; Jn 6:52-59.
25 Sábado: Fiesta de san Marcos y Beato Pedro de
Betancur (Guatemala). 1 Pe 5:5b-14; Sal 89 (88):2-3, 6-7,
16-17; Mc 16:15-20.
Presentación de las Ofrendas para Abril 19
Armando Núñez y familia
Dispensa de comida
La Iglesia de San Denis en Manasquan les invita a todas sus familias y vecinos a utilizar la despensa de comida.
Tendrán que tener una identificación, llenar una aplicación y vivir cerca de Manasquan.
La dispensa estará abierta los martes: 1-3 PM y el 4th sábado de cada mes: 10 AM-12 PM
Lugar: St. Denis Church, 90 Union Ave., Manasquan NJ. Para más información llamar al: 732-223-1383
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ENCUENTRO MATRIMONIAL de la Diócesis de Trenton
Hace unos años en reuniones de vicario con los
sacerdotes de los cuatro condados, identificamos al
“matrimonio” como una de las prioridades diocesanas.
Desde entonces, la Oficina de la Pastoral y Misión
empezó a planificar un encuentro pastoral del
matrimonio. El evento se llevará a cabo en la
Universidad Georgian Court en Lakewood el viernes y
sábado, 8 y 9 de mayo, 2015. Se repetirá el horario de
viernes en ingles el sábado también.
Habrá talleres en español el día sábado, 9 de mayo.
Este evento extraordinario será comprehensivo, para
todos que trabajan en ministerios matrimoniales en las
parroquias: sacerdotes, diáconos, coordinadores de
preparación matrimonial y equipos de pre-Caná,
directores de educación religiosa, profesores, catequistas,
directores de la pastoral juvenil y otros ministros
pastorales. El evento no está diseñado para ser un
programa para nutrir a las parejas casadas sino para todas
las personas que les acompañan a ellas.
Haz clic aquí para leer más.