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St. Jerome Church - St. Jerome Catholic Church
St. Jerome Church
2402 33rd Street - Kenner, Louisiana 70065
Phone: (504) 443-3174 Fax: (504) 443-5499
Ministry of Concern - (504) 441-5014
Website: stjeromecatholic.org
E-mail: [email protected]
We, the people of St. Jerome, share the mission of the Catholic Church to love and to worship God, our Father.
We share the peace of Christ and the hope of eternal salvation with people of all cultures, races, nationalities
and ages, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We are committed to developing and carrying out those programs and activities that will enable us to achieve that goal together.
SACRAMENTAL LIFE
PASTORAL/CLERICAL STAFF
Rev. Quentin Moody, Pastor
Mrs. Gail Bordelon, Director of Rel. Education
Mrs. Martha Narváez, Parish Secretary
Mrs. Martha Brown, Receptionist
Permanent Deacon:
Deacon Lieu Tran
Office Hours: 9AM - 5PM (Monday -Friday)
PASTORAL COUNCIL
Mike Buisson, Craig Comeaux, Linda DiMaggio, Ron
Reinhardt, Gail Bordelon, Clarisa Merle, Carole & Ray
Schoenstein, Martha Narváez, María Granizo, Kathy
Faia, Mari San Martín
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND FORMATION:
Courses/Clases, Retreats/Retiros, RCIA,
Neo-Catechumenate, Religious Ed K-12 grades
(Tuesday & Wednesday)
MINISTRIES AND GROUPS
Pastoral Council, Finance Committee, Liturgy Committee, Unity-Hospitality Committee, Building and Maintenance Committee,
Liturgical Ministries: Altar Servers, Ushers, Choirs,
Eucharistic Ministers, Proclaimers, Altar Society,
St. Jerome Council 6746 - 3310 Florida Ave. (469-6736)
PRAYER AND DEVOTIONS
Eucharistic Adoration: Wed. (9:45 AM-2PM) &
1st. Saturday of each month (9:30 - Noon) Rosary:
Daily at 8:45 am/Novena: Perpetual Help (Tuesday after
9am Mass) - Grupo Carismático (Viernes 7:00 PM)
Other Services: Citizenship Classes.
EUCHARIST/MISA
Saturday Vigil
4:00 p.m. (English)
Sunday
10:00 a.m. (English)
Domingo (Spanish)
8:00 a.m. & 12:00 p.m.
Mon.-Fri & 1st Sat.
9:00 a.m. (in Chapel)
PENANCE (CONFESSION/RECONCILIATION):
Saturday
3:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Monday
8:30 to 8:55 AM (in Chapel)
Anytime by appointment. Can be arranged anonymously.
Baptism Preparation: (Infants through six years old)
throughout the year except during Lent.
Eucharist Preparation program
For 1st graders and older.
Communion to Shut-Ins or those hospitalized
May be arranged by calling the church office.
Confirmation Preparation Program
For 9th graders and older.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK (ANOINTING)
Upon request for the seriously ill, infirm, those
undergoing major surgery, and/or confined to their homes.
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS
Please contact the parish priest before going to the funeral
home. The church is the proper and preferred place for the
funeral liturgy.
MATRIMONY
Schedule a meeting with the parish priest or deacon a
minimum of six months before the wedding date. Also,
call for the possible validation or blessing of a marriage.
QUINCEAÑERA REQUIREMENTS - Participating in
Religious Formation Classes and/or attending Catholic
Schools, Please call the church office.
THE DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA
Dear Friends:
The First two days of November are two very important feast days of the Church.
The Feast of All Saints on November 1st. and The Feast of All Souls, November 2nd.
We rejoice with the communion of the Saints. The Patriarchs, the Apostles,
the Prophets, the Martyrs, and the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Joseph.
We also honor all the canonized Saints of the Church and All of God’s people who are in Heaven:
Our parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters, neighbors and friends and all those who have
gone, to rest with God in Heaven.
Our patron Saints inspire and protect us. We can call upon them, at all times, in our daily journey
of faith. In personal illnes, environmental concerns, missionary work, labor and even for the family pet.
It is a Christian tradition to name a child after a saint who has been canonized; this helps to define the
ancient custom of christendom and gives us hope in God and the intercessuons of the Saints.
Saint Paul wrote in his letter to the Colossians: “We always give thanks to God the Father of Our Lord
Jesus Christ and the love you bear toward all the Saints. Moved as you are by the hope held for you in
Heaven”.
Our second feast on November 2, is the Feast of All Souls. The Souls in purgatory are in need of our
prayers. They are our departed brothers and sisters in Christ. We pray each and every day for them
but in November they have a very special Memorial Day. The book of Maccabees in the Old Testament
gives us this ancient practice.
We reads that it is holy to pray for the dead that they may be “Loosed form sin”. The council of
Trent officially declared that there is a Purgatory and that the Souls detained there are aided by our
prayers and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
Our ultimate goal, when we die, is to see God and live with him forever. Saint Thomas Aquinas calls it
the “Beatific Vision”, to be privileged to look into the eyes of Almighty God. Jesus said: “In my Father’s
house, there are many dwelling places and I am going to prepare a place for you”.(John: 14)
Fr. Moody
Today November 9, we have a
BLOOD DRIVE in the Parish Hall
from 8:00am. thru 1:30pm.
THANKS FOR YOUR SOLIDARITY.
REMAINDER TO THE LITURGY COMMITTEE.
Thursday November 13th. At 7:30 pm. We will meet in
the Parish Hall in preparation for the
Advent Liturgy.
For more information, please call the Church office.
THANKSGIVING DRIVE 2014
The Ministry of Concern asks our parish family
to join us in providing holidays food items for
Thanksgiving food boxes. Please take 1 or
more bags today after Mass to return next week.
If any family finds it easier to donate $10
grocery gift card, please send this to the church
office in care of the Ministry of Concern.
Thank you for making Thanksgiving celebration
brighter for so many families.
INTERFAITH VOICES FOR PEACE.
“An Interfaith Experience for the people of New Orleans”
Wednesday, November 19
Gathering at 6:15 pm.
Service at: 6:30 pm.
Holy Name of Jesus Church.
6367 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans.
For more information email: [email protected]
And find interfaith Voices for Peace—New Orleans
on Facebook.
DEDICACION DE LA BASILICA DE SAN JUAN DE LETRAN
Hermanos y Hermanas:
En Noviembre celebramos en la Iglesia Católica dos fiestas importantes: La Solemnidad
de todos los Santos y la Conmemoración de todos los Fieles Difuntos.
Nuestro Señor Jesucristo, hijo de Dios, quiere que los pueblos de Dios lleguen a vivir la
vida eterna.
Jesús dijo: “En la Casa de mi Padre hay muchas habitaciones, voy a prepararles un lugar cuando
me vaya y les prepararé un sito. Volveré y los llevaré conmigo para que donde yo esté, esten también
ustedes. ¿Y ya saben el camino para llegar a donde voy? Nadie va al Padre, si no es por mí”.
Cristo ha muerto para poder a través de todas las generaciones renovar su Sacrificio y saciar el
hambre del mundo. El Señor no nos marca rígidamente un solo camino, nos abre diversas posibilidades
para el encuentro final. Nosotros somos niños de fe, soldados de Dios, cada día tenemos la Gracia de
Cristo en preparación para la vida definitiva.
Los Santos son hombres y mujeres de santidad. Hoy celebremos también de todos los pueblos de
Dios en la casa la vida eterna: Padres, abuelos, primos, niños, tías, tíos, vecinos del mundo de ayer.
Algunas veces es muy difícil vivir y tener felicidad en Navidad y cumpleaños sin nuestros difuntos. Pero
tenemos la promesa de Cristo y la esperanza a ver la familia de la terrenal.
Entonces tendremos la celebración con los ángeles y los santos a la cena de la vida eterna con la
Virgen María, San José y nuestro Señor . En la puerta de un cementerio católico hay una inscripción
latina que reza así en nuestra lengua:
“Para descanzo de los que mueren y aviso de los que viven”. Nosotros tenemos la invitación de Cristo:
“Venid a mi todos los que estais cansados que yo os aliviaré”.
Fr. Moody
Hoy Domingo 9 de Noviembre
habrá una COLECTA DE SANGRE
de 8:00 am. a 1:30 pm.
En el Salón Parroquial.
¡GRACIAS POR SU DONACION!
COLECTA DE COMIDA DE ACCION DE GRACIAS.
El Ministerio de Ayuda, necesita del apoyo de los
feligreses para llenar la canasta de alimentos que
serán distribuidas para la cena del día de Acción
de Gracias. Por favor, tome 1 o más bolsas y
regréselas el próximo Domingo. Si usted desea
donar $10 en tarjeta de regalo, la puede dejar en
las oficinas de la Iglesia/Ministerio de Ayuda.
GRACIAS POR HACER DEL DIA DE ACCION DE
GRACIAS UNA CELEBRACION ESPECIAL.
AL COMITE DE LITURGIA
Les recordamos que el día 13 de Noviembre a las
7:30 pm se les espera en el Salón Parroquial. Para
mayor información favor llamar a las oficinas de la
Iglesia.
VOCES DE INTEGRACION DE FE PARA LA PAZ.
“Una experiencia de integración de Fe para el pueblo
de Nueva Orleans”
Miercoles 19 de Noviembre.
Reunirse a las 6.15 pm.
Servicio a las 6:30 pm.
Iglesia: Holy Name of Jesus
6367 St. Charles Ave. - Nueva Orleans
Para mas información email: [email protected]
visite interfaith Voices for Peace– New Orleans
en Facebook.
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Reflecting on God’s Word
We are not all we would like to be. We know that
only too well. The seven capital sins are not just fantasies.
We readily embody them: anger and pride and greed and
lust and gluttony and envy and laziness. Our spirits bear
the mark of Cain.
It’s also true that we often want others to be what
we ourselves cannot be, and so we look to the Church,
except that the Church is us, and if we are sinful, so too is
the Church. Our history as a community of believers says it
all too clearly. We waged war with the Crusades.
We reveled in the power of ruling over civil states. We
became intolerant during the Inquisition. We were a
storehouse of wealth. And most recently we were too proud
to admit the sexual abuses taking place in our midst.
If we are the dwelling place of God, a temple made
of living stones, then we are also in need of being swept
clean just as Jesus once cleansed the temple in his day. We
come to recognize that need. The good news is that the
Church is being swept clean, in every age, because sin slips
through in every age. And so the Church, that living
temple, is constantly being made new, painful as it may be.
It would be wonderful if the Church were all that
the gospel professes. The fact that it is not may be
disappointing, but God’s reign has not yet arrived—at least
not fully. In the meantime, the Lord Jesus continues to
cleanse us and renew us. And the marvel is that the river
that flows from that temple of living stones is still bringing
life to all it touches—in spite of our sinfulness.
—Rev. Joseph J. Juknialis
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EVANGELIZATION
I will go anywhere and do anything in order to
communicate the love of Jesus to those who do not
know him or have forgotten him.
—St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
Living God’s Word
Living with self-inflicted limitations is no easy task,
personally or ecclesially. On the other hand, the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ renews the Church and
helps us to build his kingdom as best we can.
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November 1 - 2 2014
Recorded Contribution
Loose Collection
Total
$ 2,159.00
$ 2,963.14
$ 5,122.14
Build. & Maintenance
$ 1,864.00
WEEK SCHEDULE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9ND
Piano & Guitar Classes (1:30-2:30)
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH
Bible Study (Spanish) (7:30)
Clases de Liturgia (7:00PM)
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH
Rel. Ed. Classes for K-5th grades (6:00 PM)
Neo-catechumenate (8:00PM)
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH
EXPOSITION AND ADORATION (9:30-2PM)
Rel. Ed Classes for 6th-12th grades (7 PM)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH
Grupo Carismático
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH
4:00PM Vigil Mass
6:00PM Groupo de Jóvenes
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Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
No somos lo que quisiéramos ser. Eso lo sabemos muy bien.
Los siete pecados capitales no son fantasías. Nosotros los
personificamos bien: ira y soberbia, avaricia y lujuria, gula,
envidia y pereza. Nuestro espíritu lleva consigo la marca de
Caín.
También es cierto que a menudo queremos que los demás
sean como nosotros no podemos ser y por eso buscamos a la
Iglesia como guía; pero la Iglesia somos nosotros y si
nosotros somos pecadores también la Iglesia lo es. Nuestra
historia como comunidad de creyentes lo dice todo y muy
claramente. Libramos una guerra contra las Cruzadas. Nos
rebelamos para alcanzar el poder gubernamental y civil.
Nos volvimos intolerables durante la Inquisición. Fuimos
un almacén de riquezas. Y más recientemente fuimos
demasiado arrogantes para admitir los abusos sexuales que
estaban ocurriendo en medio nuestro.
Si somos el templo de Dios, un templo hecho de piedras
vivas, entonces también necesitamos que se nos limpie
igual que Jesús una vez limpió el templo de su época.
Nosotros reconocemos esta necesidad. Lo bueno es que la
Iglesia también se limpia en cada generación, porque el
pecado se cuela en todas las épocas. Y así también la
Iglesia, ese templo vivo, se va haciendo nueva
constantemente, aunque el proceso sea doloroso.
Sería maravilloso si la Iglesia fuera todo lo que profesa el
Evangelio. El hecho de que no sea así, puede desilusionar,
pero el reino de Dios no ha llegado todavía, no del todo.
Mientras tanto el Señor Jesús continúa limpiándonos y renovándonos. Y lo maravilloso es que el río que fluye de ese
templo de piedras vivas todavía da vida a todo lo que toca,
a pesar de nuestro pecado.—Padre Joseph J. Juknialis
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SANCTUARY LIGHT BURNS THIS
WEEK IN CHURCH FOR GOOD
HEALTH OF JUNE BONIN
Vivamos la Palabra de Dios
Vivir con las limitaciones que nosotros mismos nos
imponemos no es tarea fácil, ni personal ni
eclesiásticamente. Por otra parte, la presencia del
Señor Jesús renueva a la Iglesia y nos ayuda a
construir su reino lo mejor que podamos.
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27,
29; Lk 17:7-10
Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday:
Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25
Friday:
2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18;
Lk 17:26-37
Saturday:
3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8
Sunday:
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ps 128:1-5;
1Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30 [14-15, 19-21]
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