May 19_ 2013 - St. Catherine of Siena Parish

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May 19_ 2013 - St. Catherine of Siena Parish
Saint Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church
Laguna Beach, CA
MONTH OF OUR LADY
Solemnity of Pentecost
May 19 , 2013
Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth.
Psalm 104
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May 19, 2013
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Welcome to our Parish
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
On the First Friday of each month we gather in prayer and praise before the
Blessed Sacrament. Following the 8 a.m. Mass and concluding at 10 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Parents of infants requesting information about Baptism may contact the
parish office. Infant baptisms are celebrated on the second Saturday of the
month.
ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA CHURCH
1042 Temple Terrace Š Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Phone: (949) 494-9701
Fax: (949) 497-2610
www.stcathchurch.org
OFFICE HOURS
Mon—Thurs
Fri—Sat
Closed Sunday
CELEBRATION OF CHRISTIAN FUNERALS
At the time of death, a family member should contact the parish office, as
soon as possible, to arrange the date and time for the Funeral Liturgy.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
Couples must begin preparation for their Sacrament at least six months prior
to their proposed wedding date. Please call the parish office for more information.
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK
SUNDAY EUCHARIST (MASS)
Saturday Vigil:
5:30 p.m.
Sundays:
7:30, 9:00,11:00,
1:30 p.m. Spanish, 5:30 p.m.
Mon - Sat
8:00 a.m.
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION MASS SCHEDULE
8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
CLERGY
Rev. Eamon O'Gorman—Pastor
Ext. 111
[email protected]
Rev. Mario Rebamontan—Senior Priest
[email protected]
Ext. 120
Deacon Eddie Salgado
[email protected]
Ext.121
The third Saturday of each month after the 8:00 a.m. Mass. In the event of
serious illness or medical emergency, Anointing of the Sick and Eucharist may
be arranged by contacting the parish office
CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS
Adults requesting information about full initiation and communion with the
Roman Catholic Church (the sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation) may contact the office for more info.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION)
Saturdays: 4:00—5:00 p.m. (or by appointment)
CHURCH STAFF
Donna Beam—Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
[email protected]
Ext. 113
Susan Daley—Ministry Coordinator/Office Manager
[email protected]
Ext. 118
Carmela Davidheiser—Parish Bookkeeper
[email protected]
Ext. 124
Mary Lou Halla—Parish Secretary (Mon-Wed)
[email protected]
Ext. 110
Lisa Marcus—Parish Administrator
[email protected]
Ext. 131
Ext.122
Ext. 211
Charles Stephenson—Office of Worship, Dir., Music Ministry
[email protected]
Ext. 119
Renea Sendele—School Secretary
[email protected]
Ext. 210
Gina Stewart—Director, Youth Religious Education
[email protected]
Jackie Batho—Administrative Asst.
[email protected]
Ext. 213
Carmela Davidheiser—Bookkeeper (Thurs)
[email protected]
Ext 212
Rev. Gabriel Stack, O. Praem—Sunday Assistance
ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA PARISH SHCOOL
(Kindergarten—8th Grade)
30516 So. Coast Hwy Š Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Phone: (949) 494-7339
Fax: (949) 376-5752
www.stcathschool.com
SCHOOL STAFF
Mike Letourneau—School Principal
[email protected]
Información en Español: Gina Stewart
Preparación para los Sacramentos
Ext. 119
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Letter from Our Pastor
FEAST OF PENTECOST 2013
FOR CHRIST FOREVER
VISITATIONS
My Campaign Pilgrimage was to Saint Mary’s Church in Fullerton. I was an Assistant
Pastor here when the Diocese of Orange was established on Tuesday, March 30,
1976. Last year marked the 100th Anniversary of the founding of Saint Mary’s. The
letter I sent for the occasion addresses the fond sentiments I carry within as I sit in
this place.
St Mary Centenary 2012
Congratulations to the Parishioners of St. Mary
I was playing John Denver songs as I drove a Toyota pickup from Temple City to
Fullerton in July 1975. When I drove in front of the school, I was greeted by Sister
Kathleen Marie who was the Principal of the school. I was looking forward to working with Jack Siebert and following in the footsteps of my second cousin James Augustine O ‘Gorman who was also a pastor at St. Mary’s.
In my assignment as Assistant Pastor to Fullerton, I was inspired by Father Siebert.
He had a reputation for being hospitable, supportive and loyal. He was very proud
of being a part of what he affectionately termed as “The Regiment”. Jack was a part
of a group of priests who were ordained for the Diocese of Springfield in Massachusetts. This notable group of priests distinguished themselves at all levels of church
life in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and later in the Diocese of Orange. They attended the Seminary of Saint Mary on Paca Street in Baltimore, the oldest seminary
in the United States.
Father Jack Hill also lived on the second floor of the rectory. He was blessed with
the power of self expression and had a reputation for being strict. Children understood him with ease. As he left Mass one Sunday he noticed a sad expression on
the face of a young girl. When he inquired the cause of her sorrow she responded
that they had not sung her favorite hymn. He sat beside her and sang the omitted
piece without the notes.
Saturday evening dinners were comprised of robust helpings of prime rib carved by
Father Siebert it was accompanied with German Riesling and followed by apple pie
with vanilla ice cream. The entertainment was provided by Lawrence Welk. Following the dinner I sometimes walked over to the baseball diamond.
I served at Saint Mary until 1978. When I look for an expression to describe the experience, I can say that I was honored to be among you.
Father Eamon O Gorman
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Readings of the Week
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Saints & Special Observances
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Monday:
Tuesday:
Sunday:
Monday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Sir 1:1-10; Ps 93:1-2, 5; Mk 9:14-29
Sir 2:1-11; Ps 37:3-4, 18-19, 27-28, 39-40;
Mk 9:30-37
Sir 4:11-19; Ps 119:165, 168, 171-172,
174-175; Mk 10:38-45
Sir 5:1-8; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mk 9:41-50
Sir 6:5-17; Ps 119:12, 16, 18, 27, 34-35;
Mk 10:1-12
Sir 17:1-15; Ps 103:13-18; Mk 10:13-16
Prv 8:22-31; Ps 8:4-9; Rom 5:1-5;
Jn 16:12-15
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Saturday:
Pentecost Sunday
St. Bernardine of Siena;
Seventh Week in Ordinary Time
St. Christopher Magallanes and
Companions
St. Rita of Cascia
St. Bede the Venerable;
St. Gregory VII;
St. Mary Magdalene de’Pazzi;
Blessed Virgin Mary
PENTECOST
Pentecost is the great festival that marks the birth of
the Christian church by the power of the Holy Spirit. Pentecost means "fiftieth day" and is celebrated fifty
days after Easter.
Red is the liturgical color for this day. Red recalls the
tongues of flame in which the Holy Spirit descended on
the first Pentecost. The color red also reminds us of the
blood of the martyrs. These are the believers of every
generation who by the power of the Holy Spirit hold
firm to the true faith even at the cost of their lives.
Please pray for the sick:
Rex Brady
Isaiah Flagstad
Barbara Gullo
John Hobbs
George Staight
Ray Contino
Jessica Elia
Cora Melin
Michael Conner Entrikin
Jennifer Soucek
Charlie Woods
David Pinder
George Davis
Phyllis Contino
Mildred Sutton
Mary Ann Heyde
Please pray for the deceased:
Bill Smith
Marriage Banns:
Chihyun You & Kathy Lee
Christine Flores & Adin Cunningham
Mirna Reskusic & Brian Wilson
Mass Intentions—8:00a.m. Mass
Mon:
Tue:
Wed:
Thurs:
Fri:
Sat:
Mother’s Day Novena
Mother’s Day Novena
Mother’s Day Novena
Jean Verdult (D)
Patrick Cory (D)
Ryan Sinkus (I)
Please pray for those in the Armed Forces:
Evan Dineen, Capt., USAF
Robert Reyes, GY SGT, USMC
David Green, USCG
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Ministries
MINISTRY DIRECTORY
Altar Servers
Art & Environment
Contemplative Prayer
Susan Daley
Virginia Atherton
Valerie Sinkus
Detention
Extraordinary Ministers
Extraordinary Ministers
To Sick & Homebound
Intercessory Prayer Group
Harry Allen
Susan Daley
Jovenes Para Cristo
Lectors
Men’s Fellowship
Music
Orange Diocesan Council of
Catholic Women
Prayer Line
Religious Education
RCIA
Sacristans
St. Vincent De Paul
Sick & Homebound Visits
Sunday Hospitality
Ushers
Women’s Council
Volunteer Needed:
Ministry Coordinator:
Susan Daley
Valerie Sinkus
Patricia Reyes
Emma Ramirez
Susan Daley
Joe Bevacqua
Charles Stephenson
Rosemary Watson
Aida Perez/
Parish Office
Gina Stewart
Donna Beam
Susan Daley
Ann McEneany
Parish Office
Ron Kreber
Susan Daley
Virginia Atherton
494-9701, x118
497-1904
949-295-9526
[email protected]
949-497-0977
494-9701, x118
494-9701, x118
949-295-9526
[email protected]
949-573-0330
949-545-3371
494-9701, x118
714-747-3122
[email protected]
949-267-4976
[email protected]
494-9701
494-9701, x119
494-9701, x113
494-9701, x118
494-9701
494-9701
[email protected]
494-9701, x118
497-1904
Respect Life, please contact Susan Daley
Susan Daley, 494-9701, x118 or [email protected]
A resounding THANK YOU to all who donated
to the Mother’s Day Roses campaign last weekend.
Because of your generosity, our parish raised $737
for the Birth Choice Clinics of Orange County. A
special THANKS to Mark and Tina Lorge who
helped distribute the roses.
God bless you all!
Week of May 6- 12, 2013
Envelopes
Loose
Credit Cards
Mother’s Day Novena
Ascension
$4889
$4070
505
$9464
$765
$480
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RICA
Pentecost Sunday is the last day that our Neophyte, Glory Curtis, and our newly initiated, Michelle Cullinan and Natasha Spadea-Anello will be in the RCIA process. They have faithfully attended mass and the
catechesis afterward for many months. They have received the sacraments at the Easter Vigil and been
present during the last period called Mystagogy. Here, they learned to live into the sacraments received
and to connect with the congregation in a substantial way.
Their faith journey has not ended with the concluding of the formal process of RCIA, but is just beginning for these newly initiated Catholics. They are looking forward to continuing their connection, here, at
St. Catherine’s and are excited to discover the ministry Jesus is calling them to enter.
We ask for your continued prayers for them as they begin a new path on their spiritual journey.
Blessings,
Donna Beam, RCIA Director
SUMMER BIBLE CAMP
“The Saints
Go Marching In!”
Join us for a week of celebraƟng the Saints in heaven and we who are
the saints on earth!
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For Christ Forever
St. Catherine of Siena
Catholic Church
Campaign Newsletter
DIOCESE OF ORANGE
May 18th & 19th, 2013 Volume 7
Our parish conƟnues to make progress as we work toward reaching our goal in our For Christ Forever Campaign. Many families have demonstrated their support to the campaign by filling out a pledge card. To
those families who have contributed, thank you for your conƟnued support!
St. Catherine of Siena has pledged over $196,675 toward our goal of $933,066.
This represents just over 21% of our goal from only 2% of our parish families.
Please help us build on this success and reach our goal of 100% parƟcipaƟon by making your pledge today!
It is only through prayer and sacrifice that we can make this campaign a success. Please make your giŌ
soon to reduce the amount of follow-up contacts our volunteers will be making over the next few days.
SUGGESTED GIFT PLANS
Can You
Sacrifice?
$216.35 per week
$108.18 per week
$64.91 per week
$43.27 per week
$32.46 per week
$21.64 per week
$12.99 per week
Then Your 48
Monthly Payments
Would Be About…
$938
$469
$281
$188
$141
$94
$56
AŌer a 10%
IniƟal Payment
of…
$5,000
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AŌer 4 Years
Your Total Pledge
Would Be…
$50,000
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$10,000
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• GiŌ plans are based on a 10% down payment, however, a down payment is not necessary to begin your
pledge.
• Payment reminders will be mailed to you in accordance with your payment plan (monthly, quarterly,
semi-annual or annually).
• The Diocese also accepts giŌs of stocks, direct debit and credit card payments.
• GiŌs can also be made online by visiƟng www.ForChristFoever.org.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange—Campaign Office—P.O. Box 14233—Orange, CA 92863
714.279.0256—www.ForChrist Forever.org
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Saint Catherine of Siena Parish School News
Second Grade First Holy Communion
Written By: Isabella Freeman - Fifth Grade Student
As we all know, our First Holy Communion is very special and it just so happens that I was at one on
May 4, 2013. The second graders at Saint Catherine’s were receiving the Body and Blood of Christ for
the very first time. They all looked nervous and excited at the same time. I was an observer and older
sister to one of the second graders, Father O’Gorman was smiling from the altar and the boys and girls
looked so stylish decked out in their outfits. Their Communion banners that they had made looked
beautiful. Oh, and of course, Mrs. Dube, their teacher was very proud of her class. The Mass went
beautifully and we all had a good time outside during the reception. The First grade moms put together
refreshments. After the kids had their snacks, I thought it would be fun to interview a few of them.
Here are some Q and A’s
How do you feel about your First Holy Communion?
Tessa - excited, Katie - excited and nervous, Will and Ethan - great, Camden - awesome
How do you feel now that you can have Communion with the rest of your school and parish?
Tessa - happy, Katie - pretty fun, Will - fun, Ethan - great
I feel so blessed being able to have viewed and participated in this wonderful event by altar servings.
This event is very special and emotional. I really hope I get to witness this remarkable event again.
I hope this article reaches into your heart and reminds you about your First Holy Communion.
Call the school office for a tour & information :949-494-7339 OR VISIT www.stcathschool.org
On-Line 2013/2014 Registration is now open 30516 South Coast Hwy. Laguna Beach
Domingo de Pentecostés
19 de mayo de 2013
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Lecturas
Domingo de Pentecostés
19 de mayo de 2013
Hemos sido bautizados
en un mismo Espíritu
para formar un solo cuerpo.
— 1 Corintios 12:13a
Fiesta de Pentecostés 2013
PARA CRISTO SIEMPRE
VISITAS
Mi peregrinación Campaña fue a la Iglesia de Santa María, en Fullerton. Yo era un pastor asistente aquí cuando se creó la Diócesis de Orange el martes 30 de marzo de 1976. El año pasado marcó el 100 aniversario de la
fundación de Santa María. La carta que envió para la ocasión aborda los sentimientos gratos que llevo dentro
como me siento en este lugar.
Santa María del Centenario 2012
Felicitaciones a los feligreses de Santa María
Estaba jugando John Denver canciones mientras conducía una camioneta Toyota de Temple City a Fullerton
en julio de 1975. Cuando me dirigí al frente de la escuela, fui recibido por la Hermana Kathleen Marie, que era
el director de la escuela. Tenía muchas ganas de trabajar con Jack Siebert y siguiendo los pasos de mi primo
segundo James Agustín O 'Gorman, que también era un pastor en St. Mary.
En mi trabajo como Asistente de Pastor de Fullerton, fui inspirado por el padre Siebert. Tenía la reputación de
ser hospitalario, solidario y leal. Estaba muy orgulloso de ser parte de lo que él denomina cariñosamente como
"The Regiment". Jack era parte de un grupo de sacerdotes que fueron ordenados para la Diócesis de Springfield en Massachusetts. Este notable grupo de sacerdotes se distinguieron en todos los niveles de la vida
eclesial en la Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles y más tarde en la Diócesis de Orange. Asistieron al Seminario de
Santa María de Paca Street en Baltimore, el seminario más antiguo de los Estados Unidos.
Padre Jack Hill también vivía en el segundo piso de la casa parroquial. Él fue bendecido con el poder de la libre expresión y tenía una reputación de ser estricto. Los niños lo entienden con facilidad. Al salir de misa un
domingo notó una expresión triste en el rostro de una niña. Cuando se le preguntó la causa de su dolor que
ella respondió que no habían cantado su himno favorito. Se sentó a su lado y cantó la pieza negar sin las notas.
Cenas de sábado por la noche se compone de porciones sólidas de costilla tallado por el padre Siebert fue
acompañada con el alemán Riesling y seguido de pastel de manzana con helado de vainilla. El entretenimiento fue proporcionado por Lawrence Welk. Después de la cena, a veces, me acerqué a el diamante de béisbol.
Serví en Santa María hasta 1978. Cuando busco una expresión para describir la experiencia, puedo decir que
tuve el honor de estar entre ustedes.
Padre Eamon O Gorman
Domingo de Pentecostés
19 de mayo de 2013
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Noticias y Eventos
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Lunes:
Domingo:
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Domingo:
Eclo 1:1-10; Sal 93 (92):1-2, 5; Mc
9:14-29
Eclo 2:1-11; Sal 37 (36):3-4, 18-19, 2728, 39-40; Mc 9:30-37
Eclo 4:11-19; Sal 119 (118):165, 168,
171-172, 174-175; Mc 10:38-45
Eclo 5:1-8; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Mc 9:41-50
Eclo 6:5-17; Sal 119 (118):12, 16, 18,
27, 34-35; Mc 10:1-12
Eclo 17:1-15; Sal 103 (102):13-18;
Mc 10:13-16
Prv 8:22-31; Sal 8:4-9; Rom 5:1-5;
Jn 16:12-15
Martes:
Miércoles:
Sábado:
Domingo de Pentecostés
Séptima Semana del Tiempo
Ordinario; San Bernardino de Siena
San Cristóbal Magallanes y
compañeros
Santa Rita de Casia
San Beda el Venerable;
San Gregorio VII;
Santa María Magdalena de Pazzi;
Santa María Virgen
LECTURAS DE HOY
VEN A NOSOTROS,
ESPÍRITU DE SANTIDAD
Espíritu Santo,
Tú desvaneces el temor de nuestro corazón;
eres testigo en nosotros de que somos hijos de Dios;
a ti acudimos:
Remueve de nuestro corazón el Espíritu de esclavos;
danos el Espíritu de hijos adoptados
para que podamos llamar, “¡Abba, Padre!”
Primera lectura — Llenos del Espíritu Santo, los apóstoles empezaron a hablar en lenguas (Hechos 2:111).
Salmo — Envía, Señor, tu Espíritu, a renovar la tierra.
Aleluya (Salmo 104 [103]).
Segunda lectura — Fuimos bautizados en el Espíritu
para formar un sólo cuerpo (1 Corintios 12:3b-7, 12
-13) o Romanos 8:8-17.
Evangelio — Jesús se aparece a los discípulos y los
envía en su misión (Juan 20:19-23) o Juan 14:15-16,
23b-26.
—De Come, Lord Jesus por Lucien Deiss, CSSp, copyright © 1976, 1981, Lucien Deiss.
Publicado por World Library Publications. p. 184
Información para los que se
Preparan para el Bautismo
Clases: Las clases son impartidas el primer domingo de cada mes a las 12:15-1:30 p.m. en cuarto A#1 en la parroquia de Santa Catalina. La aplicación Bautismal debe ser completada antes de la clase. ¿Quién debe atender la clase? Los padres y padrinos deben atender una clase de bautismo. Donde debería realizarse el Bautismo: El lugar mas apropiado para bautizar a un niño es en la Iglesia de la parroquia donde los padres atienden
Misa y son registrados. Bautismo: Nuestros bautismos de infantes son programados mensualmente el cuarto
domingo de cada mes durante la misa de 1:30. Los padres deben ser miembros de la parroquia de Santa Catalina y los padres necesitan venir a la oficina de la parroquia para la aplicación Bautismal.
Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o necesita información adicional, por favor contáctenos al (949) 4949701 x119 o también puede contactar Gina Stewart en
[email protected]