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09113388 for Alice - Saint Timothy Catholic Church
S t . Ti m o t hy
Catholic Co mmunity
September 11, 2011 ■ Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
God calls us as a Faith Community to know Jesus as Revealer of the Father’s love. We
respond as disciples led by the Spirit to continue our conversion and to change our lives
through prayer, worship, and service.
Clergy:
Pastor: Monsignor John Urell
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Paw Lwin
Sunday Visitor Priest: Rev. Bernard Johnson, O.Praem.
Liturgical Schedule:
Parish Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. and
Saturday: 5:00 p.m.
1:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 7:00 a.m, 9:00 a.m.,
11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: Please check parish calendar
Morning Prayer:
Faith Formation Hours:
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Office Closed Every Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday: 1:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Thursday and Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
and 1:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Confessions:
The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is celebrated each Saturday,
3:30-4:30p.m. in the Church. Individual appointments may be made by scheduling
time with one of the parish priests.
Eucharistic Adoration
Rosary:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday:
Following 8:30 a.m. Mass
29102 Crown Valley Parkway · Laguna Niguel, California 92677
(949) 249-4091 · www.st-timsrc.org
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3rd ANNUAL HOT AUGUST NITE!
Our annual “thank you” dinner for all St. Timothy parishioners
who volunteer in any capacity in our parish was held Friday,
August 26th in our Main Hall and Courtyard. Hors d’oeuvres,
drinks and dinner were served. Thank you for attending and thank
you for the gift of service. The photos are of a few volunteers
enjoying their HOT AUGUST NITE!
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CURSILLO
Cursillo Sunday September 10-11, a
short invitation to consider making a
Cursillo Weekend will be given at
each Mass on this weekend. A Cursillo
information table will available after
each Mass.
Update on Msgr. John’s Pilgrimage to
Santiago de Compostella
Monday, September 5th, Monsignor John will depart
Pamplona by train and arrive at
St. Jean Pied de Port, France
late in the afternoon.
Tuesday, September 6th,
Monsignor John will begin
following,
“The Way of St. James.”
Bridge at St. Jean Pied de Port
Please continue to pray for him
as he begins his journey.
Men Interested in
Diocesan Priesthood
The Vocation Office cordially invites you
to the next “Priest Discernment” evening.
The purpose is to familiarize interested
men with the life, prayer, and possible call
to Priesthood in the Diocese of Orange.
There is no commitment on your part, other than the
expression of interest to participate. The next “Priest
Discernment” evening will be held on Tuesday,
September 13th, 2011 at 6:45 p.m. in the Marywood
Center Chapel. Please give serious thought to this
invitation.
"The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask
the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his
harvest." (Mt 9:37-38)
If you have any questions regarding the “Priest
Discernment” evening, please contact our Director of
Vocations, Rev. Fr. John Neneman at
[email protected], or call (714) 282-3046.
2011 Priesthood Discernment Meetings
September 13th, 2011
October 11th, 2011
November 8th, 2011
December 13th, 2011
SEPTEMBER 11TH
Sunday, September 11, 2011 will be the Twenty-Fourth
Sunday in Ordinary Time; moreover our country will
observe Patriot Day as we mark the tenth anniversary
of the terrorist attacks against the United States. Let us
pray for all families who were affected by this tragedy.
For the Good of the Parish
All children are welcome here in this House of
God...but please be aware that your children’s actions
can, at times, be distracting to the worshipping
community. Please do not bring food, drinks, games, or
toys into church during Mass. If your child needs a
“time out”, please don’t hesitate to step outside for a
moment, or go into the Parish Hall where we have
closed circuit television (with Sound) of the Mass.
Thank you
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Tiny Tim’s—8th Grade Faith Formation
St. Timothy's Pumpkin Patch opens Saturday,
October 1st with Pumpkin Decorating
Bring your dog, cat, turtle, etc...for the Blessing of the Animals at 10 a.m.
Buy a pumpkin or two, and let your little one decorate it. Pumpkins will be
sold after all Masses on October 1st and 2nd, but decorating will only be
offered after the Blessing of the Animals on October 1st.
This year, Catechetical
Sunday is on
September 18th. All
Catechists will be
given a blessing during
each Mass.
Please stand when it
is time for the
blessing!
We would like all of
St. Timothy’s awesome and faithful catechists to
be recognized and blessed by the parish
community which they so selflessly serve!
Faith Formation Parent Orientation Dates:
Volunteers Needed for Saints and
Sweets/Trunk or Treats
Saturday, October 29th, 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Adults or Teens: become a Saint Statue.
Costume and script will be provided. This is an easy
service project for teens (about 2
hours of service).
Contact Ellen Hall via email for
more information:
[email protected]
Can you guess who we are?
Plan on attending one of the following
sessions to hear about this year’s classes!
Sunday, September 18: 3:30 - 4:45 p.m.
Tuesday, September 20: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
We are meeting in the Upper Room.
Parish Faith Formation Director:
Sherrie Oldham
(949) 249-4054 or [email protected]
Parish Faith Formation Office
(949) 495-4126
Administrative Coordinator:
[email protected]
Jean Danie
Tiny Tim’s-ages 3-K Coordinator:
[email protected]
Ellen Hall
Elementary (grades 1-6) Coordinator:
[email protected]
Valerie Skaare
Middle School (C.L.U.B. 7-8) Coordinators:
[email protected]
Rick & Marya Wallace
Youth Ministry/Confirmation
(grades 9 - 12):
[email protected]
Jeanette Tartaglini
Decorated Cars Needed
Bring your car, open your trunk and transform it
into a fun Halloween theme for our Saints and
Sweets/Trunks or Treats. Have fun giving out
candy to our trick or treaters.
Contact the Faith Formation Office at
495-4126 to RSVP your decorated car.
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Youth Ministry (Grades 9-12)
Confirmation Dates:
LIFE NIGHTS !
Wednesday, September 14: Year 1 Session
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
LIFE Nights are every Sunday after
*A parent MUST attend with their teen.
the 5:00 Mass. Come over for dinner,
Friday - Sunday, September 16 – 18:
games, and a chance to experience
Year 2 Retreat
your faith in a whole new way.
Meet at 5:00 p.m. on Friday in the Hall
Questions? Contact Jeanette for
See Jeanette for details.
more details at 495-4126 ext. 5
Sunday, September 25:
or, find St. Tim’s Youth Ministry
Year 1 Small Groups 3:30 – 4:45 p.m.
Young Adults (20’s and 30’s)
‘Sacred Silence,’ Wednesdays, 7 - 8:15 p.m.: Join us for our weekly gathering — a time to focus on God and
meet up with other young adults. We start with a gathering prayer that includes the upcoming Sunday’s Gospel
reading, followed by a half hour of silence, (spent in any way you would like—journaling, reading a book on a saint,
reading the Bible, praying the rosary, etc.-resources are provided)! We end with a time for faith sharing. Our last
‘Sacred Silence’ will be on Wed., September 28—starting in October, we’ll be meeting the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the
month—more details to come! If you want to learn more or have any questions, please contact Kim.
Social Night, Wednesday, September 14, 8:30-10 pm: We had a blast at Farrell's in August — this
month we’re heading to Buffalo Wild Wings in Aliso Viejo (by the theaters). You can either meet us there,
or carpool with us from St. Timothy's after 'Sacred Silence.' First timers are always welcome! Bring a friend!
RSVP to Kim or on Facebook by Monday 9/12 so we can reserve a table large enough for everyone.
Movie Night, Friday, September 30, sometime around 7 p.m.: We're going to the opening night of
"Courageous" (by the same makers of “Fireproof”) at the Edwards Aliso Viejo Stadium; show times are not yet
announced, but we're planning on going to whichever show is closest to 7 p.m. After, we'll hang out somewhere local
and discuss the movie. Feel free to invite friends! Contact Evan with questions.
Diocese Young Adult Shindig, Saturday, October 15th, 5:30-10:00 p.m., Mater Dei High School:
5:30 p.m.
Registration Check in; Food, Music, Mingle; Dueling Piano Bar
6:30 p.m.
Speakers
8:00 p.m.
Speakers
9:00 p.m.
Praise & Worship; Adoration
9:30 p.m.
Coffeehouse Music
10:00 p.m.
Departure
This event for young adults (18-39) is part of the Diocesan Ministries Celebration, and is free
with RSVP (costs $5 at the door). To RSVP, contact Cecilia Phi at the Diocese at 714-2823073 or [email protected] To carpool with other young adults from the area, please contact
Kim.
Please check our website at: www.sttimsyag.org to join
our email list or our Facebook group, as well as
to find an updated calendar of events.
Young Adult Group Co-Coordinators:
Evan Baker at [email protected] or (949) 279-4481
and Kim Cashin at [email protected] or (949) 310-6375
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Adult Ministry News
Women’s Bible Study
Wednesdays at 10:00-11:30 AM in the Upper Room
begginning September 28th. Please join us for a new
study in:
The Book of Matthew
This study meets in a large format for teaching and
then breaks up into small groups. It is a wonderful safe
place to grow spiritually and meet other women who
love the Lord. We will be using the “Heart to Heart
Bible Study Series” You must pre-register. The cost is
$20 for materials.
For information and registration contact Terri Cruz at:
[email protected] or call (949) 831-2308.
Belonging is one of the most important things
in our lives. It is a driving force. We all want
to belong; to be a part of and to be accepted.
We belong to our natural family. Baptism
celebrates our belonging to a larger family.
Our larger family believes in the teachings of
Jesus Christ. It is a family in which caring
about each other and the world takes place in a
special way.
St. Timothy’s joyfully welcomes
those children who celebrated
Baptism in August:
Logan James Pevzner
Jayden Gavin Rahnama
Leonardo Gevan Starling
Lucas Charles Haupert Sullivan
Aiyana Milan Weber
You are cordially invited
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is not a class or series of
programs, but rather, it’s a process that allows the participants the opportunity
to explore the Catholic faith gradually through sharing, formal teaching,
liturgical celebrations, prayer and fellowship. Those interested in learning more
about Jesus Christ and the teaching of His church, without any pressure or
commitment, are encouraged to seek answers. Find out why Catholics believe
Christ is the answer to their problems, and see how He can help you.
Therefore, if you are thinking about becoming Catholic OR if you are an adult
Catholic who desires to celebrate Confirmation and/or First Eucharist, please fill
out this card and drop it in the collection basket.
For questions or more information , contact Sherrie Oldham at 949/249-4054
Visit our website: http://www.st-timsrc.org
“If today you hear His voice, harden not your hearts.”
NAME: _______________________________________________________________________
PHONE NUMBER: ____________________________________________________
EMAIL: ______________________________________________________________
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Pastoral Outreach and Community Services
A Reflection on the Anniversary of 9/11
“…I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. Choose life, then, that you and
your descendants may live, by loving the Lord, your God, heeding his voice, and holding fast to
him….” Dt. 30: 19-20.
A no-brainer. Of course we choose life rather than death, a blessing rather than a curse. What’s the
problem? The problem today is, when we remember the events of September 11, 2001, and when our
senses are bombarded again by those horrific images, we may find ourselves becoming full of fear,
anger, hatred and despair all over again, and we can indeed resign ourselves to death as a choice.
September 11, 2001 was a milestone in the history of what Pope John Paul called the culture of death, a hate crime of
such incredible magnitude that it generated, and continues to generate, seemingly endless reprisals of violence in Central Asia, in the Middle East and throughout the world. The number of innocent civilians murdered in New York City
has been exceeded by the number of innocent civilians killed or maimed in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last ten years.
And we as a nation seem to be hated more than ever. So have the haters won? Has the culture of death triumphed over
the Sermon on the Mount? What good does it do for a few of us to “choose life” in the face of such monumental evil?
Only God knows the answer, but our Christian faith and every ancient wisdom tradition tells us that we cannot have
peace in the world unless we have peace within ourselves. So we can start by acknowledging and asking forgiveness
for the times we have treated others violently by our words or actions, and by committing ourselves to honor life in all
its forms, to recognize the common humanity in all persons regardless of their beliefs and actions, and to treat others
with the respect each child of God deserves.
(by Bill Kramer, Peace and Justice Commission)
Respect Life / Peace and Justice
This fall we are forming a new Respect Life/Peace and Justice group. Our mission is to inspire awareness, through
prayer, study and action, of the sacredness of human life and the principles of peace and social justice set forth in the
Gospels and in the moral teaching of the Catholic Church. These principles include the following:
• Human Dignity. Every human being is created in the image and likeness of God and redeemed by Jesus Christ,
and therefore is worthy of respect as a member of the human family.
• Respect for Human Life. Every person, from the moment of conception to natural death, has inherent dignity and
a right to life consistent with that dignity.
• Special Protection for the Poor and Vulnerable. The Gospels and the traditions of the
Church instruct us to put the needs of the poor and marginalized first.
•
Solidarity. We are all brothers and sisters in one human family.
• Equality. Despite their individual differences, all persons have equal fundamental rights as
children of God.
•
Nonviolence. We are called by Jesus to be peacemakers, to rid our hearts of hatred, to love
our enemies and to pray for those who persecute us.
We can make a difference. We invite you to join us. Watch for our table at the Ministry Faire. For
more information, or to join the group, kindly contact Larry and Nan Ditto at 305-3566 or Bill Kramer at 218-5756.
Bereavement Support Group:
Bereavement and major life losses create the most challenging and painful passages
in our lives. On Monday, October 3rd, we will begin a ten-week teaching and support group for those who have suffered the
death of a loved one. The group will meet from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm on Monday evenings in the Fireside Room. For information or to sign up, please contact Terri Loquercio at 309-6055 or Sally Hotchkiss at 249-4096.
Food Pantry Needs:
Thank you so much for your ongoing support. We are extremely low in all areas, including pasta sauce and
pasta, peanut butter and jelly, tuna fish, dried rice and pinto beans. All donations are gratefully received. You
may bring items to the cart in front of the church before the Masses on Saturday and Sunday or to the Parish Office
during the week. For questions, please call Sally at 249-4096.
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Intentions of the Week
Weekly Calendar
Saturday, September 10
5:00 p.m. John Franscell, Living and Chase Church, †
Sunday, September 11
Sunday, September 11
7:00 a.m. Randy Jumper, † and Margaret Galasso, †
9:00 a.m. The People of St. Timothy Parish
11:00 a.m. Mary Medved, † and Percy Reyes, †
5:00 p.m. Alberto F. Dayao, Sr., † and John Van Nguyen, †
Monday, September 12
Monday, September 12
8:30 a.m. Amy Foose, † and Gene Griffith, †
Tuesday, September 13
8:30 a.m. Mary Griffin, Living and Dr. Sean Indra, Living
Wednesday, September 14
8:30 a.m. Lynn Muth, Living and Alice Simpkins, †
Thursday, September 15
8:30 a.m. Margo and Michael Ackad, † and
Christiane and Samuel Ackad, †
Friday, September 16
8:30 a.m. Ben Henessy, † and Larry Disisto, †
Readings for the Week of
September 11, 2011
Sunday:
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Sir. 27:30—28:9; Ps 103;
Rom. 14:7-9; Mt 18:21-35
Monday:
1 Tm. 2:1-8; Ps. 28; Lk. 7:1-10
Tuesday:
1 Tm. 3:1-13; Ps.101; Lk. 7:11-17
Wednesday:
Nm. 21:4b-9; Ps. 78; Phil. 2:6-11;
Jn. 3:13-17
Thursday:
1 Tm. 4:12-16; Ps. 31;
Jn. 19:25-27 or Lk. 2:33-35
Friday:
1 Tm. 6:2c-12; Ps. 49; Lk. 8:1-3
Saturday:
1 Tm. 6:13-16; Ps. 100; Lk.8:4-15
Sunday:
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Is. 55:6-9; Ps. 145; Phil. 1:20c-24,
27a; Mt. 20:1-16a
9:00 a.m — Tiny Tims, Upper Room
6:00 p.m. — Youth Ministry — Hall, Youth Room and Courtyard
6:00 p.m. — Youth Ministry — Hall, Youth Room and Courtyard
7:00 p.m. — St. Vincent de Paul Meeting, Upper Room
Tuesday, September 13
6:30 p.m. — RCIA-Extended Catechesis, Fireside Room
7:00 p.m. — Centering Prayer, Chapel
Wednesday, September 14
9:00 a.m. — 11:00 a.m. — Food Pantry Open
9:00 a.m. — Young at Heart, Hall
7:00 p.m. — Young Adult Ministry, Fireside Room
7:30 p.m. — Youth Ministry, Confirmation Meeting, Hall
Thursday, September 15
7:00 p.m. — Divorce Recovery, Pastoral Care Room
Friday, September 16
Saturday, September 17
8:00 a.m. — Manna for Men, Fireside Room
Our Men and Women
Overseas
Anthony Abati
Christopher Aleman
Corporal Baker
Weston Black
David Breslin
J.L. Bruce
Andi Castagno
Donald Cunningham
Jaclyn Finn
Jeramey Lopez
Christopher Manly
Walt Mettler
Christopher Oberholtzer
Lt. Rice
J. P. Robles
Stephen Sampson
Sean Silva
Michael Stevenson
Russell Stine
Louis A. Villagran, Jr.
Drake Woodside
Almighty God, we commend to your
gracious care and keeping all the men and
women of our armed forces at home and
abroad. Defend them day and night with
your heavenly grace, strengthen them in
their trials, give them courage to face the
perils which face them, and guide them
wherever they may be, through Jesus
Christ our Lord.
Amen
Prayers for the Sick
Our “Prayers for the Sick” list is for those who are
ill this past week and/or hospitalized or going to
have an operation. Phone 249-4091 to add/or remove a name. If you have a chronic condition e-mail
Barbara Cashin at [email protected]
♥ Terri Aniol
♥ Cindy Benson
♥ Gina Berman
♥ Christine Del George
♥ Bob Dennis
♥ Madeline East
♥ Robert Fraijo
♥ Victoria Leonardi
♥ John Le Master
♥ Gary Lex
♥ Maria Leyvas
♥ Al Lubrano
♥ Rileigh Lukes
♥ Connie Jo Makel
♥ Helen Malke
♥ Bud Obermeyer
♥ Nathaniel Offenheiser
♥ Nicholas Pennington
♥ Karen Pesci
♥ Michelle Raveles
♥ Bob Spraker
♥ Sharon Suffecool
♥ Joan Tanner
♥ Katherine Rojas Williams
♥ Larry Wlezien
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Weekly Parish Offering
Checks & Cash
Avg. Wkly Electronic Donations
$ 18,547
$ 6,340
TOTAL
$ 24,887
Around the Diosese
Thank you for your continued generosity. In our parish
budget, the Finance Council has determined that we
need $26,000 per week in the Sunday collection to
cover our expenses.
Thank you for your stewardship of treasure which
supports the mission of the parish and Kingdom of God.
Presider Schedule
Saturday, September 17
5:00 PM — Reverend Mel Long
Sunday, September 18
7:00 AM — Reverend Bernard Johnson
9:00 AM — Reverend Paw Lwin
11:00 AM — Reverend Paw Lwin
5:00 PM — Reverend Mel Long
Wedding Anniversary Celebrations
Congratulations!
Leslie and Barbara Briggs
45th Anniversary on
September 14, 2011
Be a Child’s Voice in Court!
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Orange
County is seeking volunteers to serve as advocates and
mentors for abused, abandoned and neglected children.
A CASA volunteer visits with a child they are matched
with on a regular basis, interacts with all professionals
involved in the case and makes recommendations
directly to the court, ensuring the child’s best interests
are not overlooked. Volunteers must be 21 years old and
be able to dedicate 10-15 hours per month.
For more information about
volunteering, call (714) 619.5155 or
visit our website: www.casaoc.org
ATTENTION GOLFERS!!!
Catholic Charities of Orange County
invites you to our Bishops’ Classic
Annual Golf Tournament
The tournament raises funds for children at risk in
Orange County. Join us Thursday, October 6th at the
beautiful Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo. A
special feature this year is a Helicopter Ball Drop where
you could win up to $2500! For registration and
information about sponsorships, ads and prizes, please
visit www.ccoc.org or call David Frost at
(714) 347-9661.
A Lifeline for Troubled Marriage
Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vi)
Retrouvaille helps couples through difficult times in their
marriages. It is designed to provide the tools to help get
your marriage back on track and provide you the
opportunity to rediscover each other and examine your
lives together in a new and positive way. This program
has helped tens of thousands of couples experiencing
marital difficulty at all levels including disillusionment
and deep misery. For confidential information or to
register for the September program beginning with a
weekend on September 23rd call (714) 306-6469 or
email: [email protected] or visit the web site at
www.retrouvaille.org.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Calling all encountered couples and priests! Come and
reconnect to the joy of your weekend. Whether your
weekend was last month or forty years ago, join us
Saturday, September 17th at 7:00 p.m. for a special
Reunion for all couples and priests who have attended a
Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. Visit our
website at: http://www.angelfire.com/me2/wwmeorange
for details or contact John & Catherine Arthur at
[email protected]