JUNE 26, 2016 - Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish

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JUNE 26, 2016 - Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish
JUNE 26, 2016 - THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Our Lady Of Good Counsel Church
2500 Bermuda Ave., San Leandro, CA
Mailing address : 14112 Azores Place, San Leandro, CA 94577
OFFICE : (510) 614-2765 www.olgcsanleandro.com
RECTORY: (510) 969-7013
Administrator: FR. JAN RUDZEWICZ
Deacon Thomas Martin
Parish Office hour : 9:30 AM—2:30 PM Monday to Friday
Secretary: LINO POBLETE
MASSES:
Saturday Vigil : 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30am, 11:00am & 12:30 pm (in Polish)
Second Sunday: 3:00 pm - El Shaddai
Third Sunday: 2:00 pm - Virgin of Penafrancia
Holy Days: 9:00 am & 7:30 pm
Weekdays: (Monday - Friday ) 9:00 am
First Saturday—8:00 am
CONFESSIONS:
Saturday: 4:00 –4:45 pm
First Friday– 8 pm
BAPTISMS AND WEDDING
By appointment : (510) 614-2765
ADORATION IN THE CHAPEL
Monday—Saturday—9:30am—7 pm
First Friday– 8pm-9pm—at the Church
9pm-12mn—at the Chapel
PARISH HALL INFORMATION
Call: (510) 501-4894 -Tuesday & Thursday
FAMILY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION/ CCD
Sunday morning – All grades after 8:30 Mass
REMEMBERING
OUR PAST - Part IV
We continue to share
some recollections about the
history of our Parish. Today we
publish some of the personal
reflections and experiences of
NINA GABRIEL, our long time
MASS INTENTIONS
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
parishioner.
“My family moved to San Leandro from Oakland in
1981…The late Father Joe Ferreira blessed our home…
I remember the late Carmelita Cinco heading
the church social activities which included dances on
New Year's Eve and lunch activities. This was during
the times of the late Father Autard and later Father
Snyder.
In the mid 1990's, the late Bessie Parafina
started the "Filipino Organization" (we later changed it to
"Social Circle" to include the non-Filipino parishioners).
Norma de Ocampo was the president. Later, the late
Emmanuel del os Reyes and Sam Manese became
presidents. Pat Ocasion was Vice President, Myrna
Pedrosa was Treasurer, and myself was Secretary
(after the late Marieta Pestana). We sponsored dinner
dances, renting the hall of Saint Leander's Church. Father Snyder acted as our Adviser. He attended most of
our meetings and the dances. We also had Reno trips
which the late Dely Weberhardt actively handled, recruited parishioners and served lunch on the way. We
had raffles during the dances, solicited prizes. Bill
Haggerty was one of the donors of our prizes.
When Father Snyder left in 1998. he met with us
officers saying that we had raised a total of $90,000…
Father Thomas Duong Binh Minh succeeded him. We
continued raising funds although our membership was
dwindling. He requested us to help him count the weekly collections. He made the reports of the money collected and deposited the money in the bank…
In 2000, Father Thuong (Dominic) Nguyen exchanged places with Father Thomas… Cora Tuazon
headed the Finance Committee and took charge of raising funds. We had a yard sale, requested parishioners
to donate whatever they could dispense with…
The ground-breaking of the social hall occurred
in 2004, officiated by then Bishop Cummins. It was inaugurated in 2008... We learned later that we owed the
Diocese of Oakland $700.000… So we started PROJECT 400, with each parishioner pledging $2,500 for a
period of 4 years…
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Jun 25
Jun 26 8:30AM Brigida McCallum +
11:00 Guillermo Austria +
Jun 27 Martha Cao +
Zelko Family ( Intentions)
All Souls in Purgatory
Jun 28 Martha Cao +
Jun 29 Imelda & Patrick Loreno (Thanksgiving)
Lucena de Castro (BD)
Martha Cao +
Jun 30 Maria Huynh +
All Souls in Purgatory
Jul 1 Rube Atencion +
Alice Salvado +
Jul 2 Generoso Pagal +
Jul 3
8:30AM
11:00 Joseph Pereira+
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday:
St. Cyril of Alexandria
Tuesday:
St. Irenaeus
Wednesday: Ss. Peter and Paul
Thursday:
The First Holy Martyrs of the Holy
Roman Church
Friday:
Blessed Junípero Serra; Canada Day;
First Friday
Saturday:
First Saturday
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Ps 50:16bc-23;
Mt 8:18-22
Tuesday:
Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12; Ps 5:4b-8; Mt 8:23-27
Wednesday: Vigil: Acts 3:1-10; Ps 19:2-5; Gal 1:11-20;
Jn 21:15-19
Day: Acts 12:1-11; Ps 34:2-9;
2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18; Mt 16:13-19
Thursday:
Am 7:10-17; Ps 19:8-11; Mt 9:1-8
Friday:
Am 8:4-6, 9-12; Ps 119:2, 10, 20, 30, 40,
131; Mt 9:9-13
Saturday:
Am 9:11-15; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14; Mt 9:14-17
Sunday:
Is 66:10-14c; Ps 66:1-7, 16, 20;
Gal 6:14-18; Lk 10:1-12, 17-20 [1-9]
In 2015, by the "finger
of God", whatever we owed
the Diocese got paid - through
the late Alice Salvado's extreme generosity…
Father Jan Rudzewicz
succeeded Father Thoung in
2011… He saw the status of
our church and made plans for
many improvements…
Submitted by Nina Gabriel
LAST WEEK’S CONTRIBUTIONS
Sunday collection
Collected
$2,446.00
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Restricted donations for:
(Parish Liability Insurance)
$733.00
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El Shaddai (Monthly donation)
Sacramentals (Funeral Mass)
Votive candles
Adoration Chapel
St. Anne (donation box)
In Memory of
(for general operating expenses)
700.00
300.00
123.00
141.00
38.00
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUOS SUPPORT!
Next week’s second collections: Ground Maintenance
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
It’s almost midsummer day! One of the great hidden treasures of our liturgical calendar occurs this week. There are only
three “nativity” feasts on our calendar: for the Lord, the
Blessed Mother (September 8), and the Nativity of Saint John
the Baptist on June 24. Friday’s date is anchored by the Annunciation (March 25), when Mary learns not only of her own
child’s advent, but of Elizabeth’s child. We are exactly half a
year away from Christmas Eve. There are strong traditions
around this feast. Just as the winter solstice provides a rich vocabulary for Christmas, so does the abundance of light at midsummer inform this celebration. Just as at Christmas, a religious festival spills over into culture. As summer light reaches
its peak, the sun-drenched zones of northern Europe see people
staying up all night, kindling “St. John’s Fires” in the long
summer twilight. Bonfires seem to be the unifying force in all
these celebrations, kindled along the shores of the St. Lawrence
in Quebec and Montreal, with harbor illuminations in France.
You may be most interested in the custom in San Juan, Puerto
Rico, the Baptist’s own city. People there will leap into the sea
between midnight and dawn to honor John. Why not find your
way to a pool, a lake, or a sandy beach this week and plunge in
to recall your baptism? It’s a tradition!
PATIENCE—Patience is the ability to idle your motor
when you feel like stripping your gears.—Anonymous
BUY YOUR DINNER AND DANCE TICKET NOW.
TICKET REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE
IN THE VESTIBULE DURING WEEKEND
MASSES. TICKETS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE
IN THE PARISH OFFICE
As we pray for peace and end of violence let us pray for our
members of our community serving as missionaries and those
in the military.
RAFAEL LAERTES
“ PAPA”
DA ROSA
Our Lady of Good Counsel and friends pay
homage to our
beloved “Papa Raf” who
passed away last June 15. Rafael faithfully
spent many years with the Church and community as one of
the best times of
his life Please include him and his
family in your prayers.
Q. Can divorced individuals become godparents or sponsors for bapHelp us keep good old memories of OLGC
alive. If you have old pictures or events taken
in OLGC ( 20 to 50 years ago) that we may
include in our Golden Jubilee souvenir book
you may drop it in the parish office and after
scanning we’ll give it back to you.
Gary Anderson, Erlinda Arrieta, Leonor Yracheta, Andy
Dangca, Priscilla Da Rosa, ,
Carlo Dupaya, Belen Escondo, Annie Estrella,
Mitchell Estrellas, Eddie Exevea, Nelda Falero,
Mercy Gallardo, Arlene Goldsborough, Avelino
Gapasin, Bill Haggerty, Erlinda Howard, Lina Jose,
Billy Lelina, Willie Orpiano, Pacita Macasieb, Bibiana Magat, Soledad
Martinez, Betty Miralles, Susan Nacu, Rodney Nelson, Gail Ocasion,
Lourdes Oster, Frances Pangelinan, Aida Pineda, Romeo Camantigue, Loreta Ramin, Danilo Rubio, Maritess Sanchez, Rosa Maria
Santos, Minda Santos, Raul Valecruz, Augusto Uy, George Ybanez.
Let us thank God for what doesn’t need healing. Let us know if somebody wishes to receive Holy Communion at home or call Beth Mayor
510-483-1078.
Requesting
Your Prayers
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