February 7, 2016 - St. Joseph Church

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February 7, 2016 - St. Joseph Church
February 7 2016
Fifth Sunday in
Ordinary time
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekdays
7:05 a.m. and 12:05 p.m.
Saturday 7:05 a.m.
Saturday Vigil
English—4:30 p.m.
Spanish—7:00 p.m.
Sunday
Jesus and the Miraculous Catch of Fish (c.1515)
Raphael (1483-1520)
(Petri Fischzug Raffael)
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK
721 CHEMEKETA STREET N.E.
SALEM, OREGON 97301
Visit us at www.stjosephchurch.com
Rectory:
503-581-1623
Religious Education:
503-585-5095
School:
503-581-2147
Fax: 503-399-7045
Fax: 503-581-7271
The rectory business office is located directly behind the Church on the
corner of Chemeketa and Cottage Streets.
We are open:
MONDAY - FRIDAY
8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
SATURDAY 12 NOON to 4:30 P.M.
SUNDAY CLOSED
Our mission, in service of Jesus and the universal church,
is to make our parish
‘A Center of Catholic Life in the Valley’
thus bringing forth God’s Love, Light, and Life in order that
all might be invited to know and be known by Him.
- English 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
- Spanish 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
10:00 a.m. at the East Salem
Community Center
- Vietnamese 3:45 p.m.
Latin Mass is the 1st Sunday of
every month at 6:45 a.m.
CONFESSIONS
Mon.-Fri.
30 minutes before the
12:05 p.m. Mass
Saturday
- English 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Spanish 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday
- English 8 a.m. to 8:20 a.m.
9:30 a.m. to 9:50 a.m.
7 p.m. to 7:20 p.m.
-Vietnamese 3:15 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.
St. Joseph Catholic Parish
Parish Staff
Pastor: Rev. Msgr.
Richard Huneger
Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Edwin Sanchez
Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Nazario Atukunda
Deacon(s):
Rev. Mr. Allen
Vandecoevering
Rev. Mr. Leo Rasca
Director of Faith
Formation:
Christian Spencer
Youth & Young Adult
Ministries:
Sarah Kresse
Adult Faith Formation
Coordinator:
James Thurman
Pastoral Associate for
Hispanic Ministry:
Maria Elena Ruiz
Sacristan/Liturgy
Coordinator:
Jason Markowski
Music Director:
Doug Schneider
Office Staff:
Carolyn Burlison
Jennifer McMillen
Isabel Rico
Maintenance:
Kyle Sindlinger
Purchaser/Reception
Coordinator:
Deanna Lebaron
Principal,
St. Joseph School:
Mrs. Melissa Doxtator
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday
7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m
10:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m.SP
5:30 p.m.SP
7:30 p.m.
Monday
February 7, 2016
Vito Cascia†
Vince Cascia†
St. Joseph Parish
Gary Cascia†
February 8, 2016
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.
Tuesday
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
ASH
Tricia P. Ancheta†
February 9, 2016
Dick Hess†
Wednesday February 10, 2016
7:05 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
Thursday
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Friday
Charles Deloss Boddy III†
St. Joseph Parish
St. Joseph Parish
February 11, 2016
Intentions of Jay Caldwell
Fermin & Paula Saldva†
February 12, 2016
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Ollie Caudill Jr.†
Saturday
February 13, 2016
7:05 a.m.
4:30 p.m
Intentions of Michael Buckley
CONTRIBUTIONS:
Regular Collection
January 24, 2016
$
15,948.01
Thank you for your ongoing
support and generosity! If you would like to contribute
on line please visit our website
www.stjosephchurch.com and click on the donate
button at the top of the page.
Please continue praying for our men and
women serving in the military:
Michael E. Nielsen
Capt. Patrick Grainey
Major Paul Lushenko
Capt. Kenneth Strawn
Jaime D. Ramirez Joseph Fuller
Lt. Jg. Taylor McCammon
Tom McGovern Kevin Halfman
Shawn Stanford Joshua Threlkel
Frank (Hank) Wasson III
Maj. Michael Cooper
Sgt. Kevin Blair
Capt. Andrew Buchele
David Gonzalez Mark Ramirez
Gary Nash Travis Brossard
Capt. Jacob Howard
Daniel Sheffield
Lt. Cmdr. Jon Lushenko
Gabriel Marrel Philip Candello
Michael Candello Jason Adams
Michael Odgers
Sgt. Luis E. Granizo
CW4 Erik Anderson
Paul Teters Chris Teters
Brian P. Baranek
Ron B. Atalig
S.F.C. Christopher Thorne
Lawrence Concepcion
David Martinmaas
Capt. Carlos Ortiz
Sgt. Lisa Marie Nunez
Lt. Col. Peter Derouin
Johnny Lugo Billy Cooper
Kris Kochen PFC. Brooke Rader
Lt. Col. Gilbert Shaw
E4 Jacob Cravinho
Capt. Luke Jaeger
Michael Buckley
Edward C. Barcenas
Capt. John Tuttle
Gabriel A. Estes, USAF
Sgt. Zachary Millsap
PFC Nathan Millsap
Major David Wendell
Capt. Carlos Ortiz
1st Lt. Ashley Messoline
Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Messoline
Sgt. Patrick Deleonguerreo
Spec 4, Brian Vergith
Registration Form/ADDRESS & PHONE UPDATE
Welcome to St. Joseph Parish. If you wish to register as a new parishioner, please fill-out the form and mail or
drop in the collection basket. If you are currently a parishioner and have an address or phone change please fill out and drop in
the collection.
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Address: _______________________________________________________________
City: ____________________ Zip: ____________ Phone: _____________________
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Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
First Reading:
Isaiah 6: 1-2a, 3-8
Responsorial:
Psalm 138:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 7-8
Second Reading:
1 Corinthians 15:1-11
Gospel:
Luke 5:1-11
“Come after me and I will make
you fishers of men.”
February 7, 2016
The Pastor’s Keyboard - Msgr. Richard Huneger
Last week's Pastor's Keyboard outlined for us some of the flames that we must keep fanning in
order to keep our light from being snuffed out. Our light is the proper response to Roe v Wade (1973)
which nullified the laws of all the states forbidding or regulating abortion, and, essentially
"institutionalized" private decision versus societal order in the whole matter of protecting life. The
Supreme Court (Justice Blackmun) argued that since the ancient Romans (pre-Christian) did not
consider pre-natal life "a person in the full sense," neither need we be bothered by such trifling scruples. Of course, the Court did not carry this reasoning to its logical conclusion. In pagan Roman tradition, a newborn child had to be presented to the father. If the father accepted it [suscepit], the child
would live; otherwise, not. Hmmm, might we therefore just "do likewise"? As an aside, at Mass, the
congregation take the part of the anxious mother and family at this crucial moment. After the bread
and wine are prepared, the priest says, "Pray, brethren, that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptiLent Begins on
ble to God the almighty Father"; the people respond, "May the Lord accept [suscipiat, in Latin] this
Ash Wednesday
sacrifice, at your hands...." That is, we pray that God will not react to our offering as something to be
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rejected and tossed out, like an unwanted child (in Roman times, typically, a girl; the same problem
causing a 70,000,000 shortfall in women in China today)!
Masses are:
Even though the Court did not declare Roman precedent sufficient for us to implement the
7:50 a.m. English
"suscipit" moment in America, within a year or so, James Watson and Francis Crick (the British sci8:30 a.m. School Mass entists who discovered DNA) did so. I discussed their proposal with my students at LaSalle. Instead
of having abortions (which may damage the reproductive system and may cause further problems for
12:05 p.m. English
future, "chosen" births), the woman should just give birth to the child normally, and then there should
4:00 p.m. English
be a 72-hour "pre-personhood" waiting period, during which a decision could be made, prior to the
6:00 p.m. Multi-Lingual newborn infant "becoming" a "person" in law. The decision should, they said, be made on the basis
of the child's potential for contribution to the future of the species genetically. As a rule of thumb,
8:00 p.m. Spanish
children should be killed "who would not make suitable marriage partners ... if, for instance, the child
were born blind" (broader than the notion of inheritable genetic defects). A few years later, I met a
woman who worked for the US Bishops Pro-Life Office. Her name was Mary Martin. She became one
of the first sisters in the Sisters for Life religious order started by Cardinal O'Connor. I once asked her
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how she got involved in pro-life. She said that at the time of Roe v Wade she had been working at a
nursing home as an R.N. Suddenly she and other nurses noticed that they were getting "different
Saturday, April 30, 2016
orders" regarding elderly patients. "We could see that with Roe v Wade, a green light had been giv“An Evening in Monte Carlo”
en; the Court had winked on the sacredness of life, and everyone knew what it ultimately meant."
St. Joseph School Adult Only Event
The Catholic Sentinel in Spring 1973 wondered whether Catholic hospitals and doctors would be
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"forced" to do abortions against their conscience (or lose their tax-exempt status) (the Hyde Amendment resolved that, for awhile). At LaSalle we discussed whether the day would come (it has) when
medical students would be forced to prove proficiency in doing abortions in order to graduate and get
a license to practice. The pressures in this regard are one of the main topics among medical students
Today the Knights of
each year at Catholic Medical Association conferences. Of course, they're not new. I remember getColumbus is sponsoring a
traditional breakfast after all ting a letter around 1972 from a California nurse who was trying to find a program for more training in
surgical procedures. This was pre-Roe v Wade, but already, she had to go to 17 hospitals before she
of the morning Masses to
benefit Seminarians from this found one that would allow her to do so while not participating in abortions. There is a "thin line" between "permission" and "mandate." We are often told to be "tolerant," but tolerance has been defined
parish.
as the temporary modus operandi between one dogmatism and its replacement by another. Does
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your "right" (to government non-interference) to do something imply it to be my "duty" (to be compelled by government) to participate in or enable its "effective" exercise? Does free speech as a right
St. Joseph’s Peace and
require us to provide printing presses for everyone? or to publish for them if they don't know how to
Justice Committee
operate one? Can a physician say, "I don't do that or refer for it"? Secular thinking considers such
will present a DVD by
reticence to "effective referral" to be benighted in the extreme. Of course, what if some day abortion
Claudia Larson on the life of were to be declared a hideous barbarity? Would those who did not actively resist (today) to a legal
Dorothy Day,
procedure be retroactively condemned in court for having failed to speak up? Secular folk criticize
Catholic Social Reformer,
Pius XII for "not having done enough" (even though we now know that he was actively involved in a
plot to assassinate Hitler). Recently even elderly bookkeepers and paramedics in their 90's who
Thursday, February 18th at
worked at Auschwitz have been sentenced in German courts, because, although they did not "do"
7:00 p.m. upstairs in
the killing (perfectly legal, even commanded in Nazi Germany), they "knew" it was going on, and
St. Joseph Parish Center
didn't resist!
SAVE THE DATE
Parish Calendar
SJS– St. Joseph School
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CH-Church
ERoom—Rectory East Room
February
Sunday
Regular Mass Schedule: 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m.,12 noon, 7:30 p.m.
English 1:30 p.m.& 5:30 p.m.–Spanish 10:00 a.m.—Spanish Mass at East Salem
Comm. Center 3:45 p.m.—Vietnamese
11:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish CCD
11:30 a.m. GYM—Spanish CCD
1:00 p.m. GYM—Youth Ministry
3 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
7:00 p.m. PC12-3—Spanish Marriage Encounter
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February
Monday
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Prison Ministry Committee Correspondence
10:30 a.m. PC-1—Bible Study
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
5:00 p.m. CH—Gregorian Schola
5:00 p.m. PC-3—St. Vincent de Paul
5:15 p.m. CH—Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Bible Study
6:45 p.m. SJS-203—Communion & Liberation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Apostles of the Word
7:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Divine Mercy
February
Tuesday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
February
Sunday
15
February
Monday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Prison Ministry Committee Correspondence
10:30 a.m. PC-1—Bible Study
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
5:00 p.m. CH—Gregorian Schola
5:15 p.m. CH—Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC-1—YLI
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Bible Study
6:45 p.m. SJS-203—Communion & Liberation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Apostles of the Word
7:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Divine Mercy
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February
Tuesday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
6:30 p.m. PC-3/SJS—Spanish RCIA
6:30 p.m. PC-3—Knights of Columbus
6:00 p.m. CH—Mejugorge Prayer Group
6:30 p.m. PC-1 & 2—Marriage Preparation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
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February
Regular Mass Schedule: 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m.,12 noon, 7:30 p.m.
English 1:30 p.m.& 5:30 p.m.–Spanish 10:00 a.m.—Spanish Mass at East Salem
Comm. Center 3:45 p.m.—Vietnamese
11:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish CCD
11:30 a.m. GYM—Spanish CCD
1:00 p.m. GYM—Youth Ministry
3 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
7:00 p.m. PC12-3—Spanish Marriage Encounter
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
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PC-Parish Center RMR-Rectory Meeting Room
Gym Classrooms—upstairs in the Gymnasium
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
6:30 p.m. PC-3/SJS—Spanish RCIA
6:30 p.m. PC-3—Knights of Columbus
6:00 p.m. CH—Mejugorge Prayer Group
6:30 p.m. PC-1 & 2—Marriage Preparation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
ASH Wednesday
MASSES: 7:05, 8:30 a.m. 12:05, 4 p.m. English
6:00 p.m. Multi-lingual & 8:00 p.m. Spanish
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February
ASH Wednesday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:45 p.m. All Facility—Religious Education
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:45 p.m. All Facility—Religious Education
IHN
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February
Thursday
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Women’s Bible Study
11:00 a.m. Adoration Chapel—Pray for Our Priests
3:30 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:30 p.m. PC 1-2-3—RCIA
6:30 p.m. CH—Music Practice
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
7:00 p.m. ERoom— Spanish Prayer Group
Thursday
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February
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Women’s Bible Study
11:00 a.m. Adoration Chapel—Pray for Our Priests
3:30 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:00 p.m. PCafe—SJS Parents Club Meeting
6:30 p.m. PC 1-2-3—RCIA
6:30 p.m. CH—Music Practice
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
7:00 p.m. ERoom— Spanish Prayer Group
7:00 p.m. PC-3—Peace & Justice
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February
LENT
Friday
Stations of the Cross: 8:30, 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m. English
& 7 p.m. Spanish
6:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. GYM—Spanish Prayer Group
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February
LENT
Saturday
7:05 a.m. Daily Mass Vigil Masses: 4:30—English 7:00 p.m.—Spanish
1:00 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
1:00 p.m. PC-12-3—Funeral Reception
5:00 p.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Marriage Preparation
5:00 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
5:30 p.m. ERoom—Spanish Eucharistic Ministers
PCKitchen—Knights of Columbus
February
LENT
Friday
Stations of the Cross: 8:30, 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m. English
& 7 p.m. Spanish
10:00 a. m. PC-1—Prayer Shawl
6:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. GYM—Spanish Prayer Group
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February
LENT
Saturday
7:05 a.m. Daily Mass Vigil Masses: 4:30—English 7:00 p.m.—Spanish
7:00 a.m. GYM/Kitchen—Spanish Prayer Group
10:00 a.m. RMR—Schoenstatt
1:00 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
5:00 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
5:30 p.m. ERoom—Spanish Eucharistic Ministers
St. Joseph Parish Religious Education
For people who want to join the Catholic Church
or need to complete their Sacraments of initiation:
Baptism, 1st Holy Communion, or the Sacrament of Confirmation come join us!
R.C.I.A. Thursdays evenings at 6:30pm in the Parish Center.
St. Joseph Parish Lenten Mission:
“Becoming Merciful Like the Father” Join us in the Church
for Confessions, Adoration/Benediction, and Presentations on the Year of Mercy and the Journey of Lent during our
upcoming mission, Monday Feb. 22-Thursday, Feb. 25th with mission preacher, Fr. Scott Carpentier. Presentations
will follow the 12noon Mass and the same presentation will begin at 7pm each evening. Confessions will take place
before, during, and after the presentations.
 Calendar Reminders for Wednesday Faith Formation:
Feb. 10th—No Regular Faith Formation Classes, Please Attend Mass for Ash Wednesday
Feb. 17th—Regular Classes—Called to Protect Training for Children
Prayer Warriors Needed!
Our Youth Ministry Program would love to have folks
praying for us during our weekly faith gatherings and retreats. If you are willing keep our youth in your prayers as
we gather for faith formation or during retreats please
contact Sarah Kresse
[email protected] or 503.581.1623
Catholic Newman Club @
Willamette University
If interested contact:
Sarah Kresse
[email protected]
7pm @ Thompsons
Brewery and Pub
3575 Liberty RD S
Salem OR
REAL LIFE SPIRITUALITY FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Attention all Youth and Young Adults (18 or older by July 15, 2016):
Are you looking for an amazing faith-filled experience?
We are getting a group together for
World Youth Day 2016 Pilgrimage in Krakow Poland! If you are interested
or would like information, please contact Sarah Kresse in the parish
office 503.581.1623
 Week of Feb 7
Scripture: Col 3:12 – Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion,
kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.
YouCat: Question 223 – In what ways is the Holy Eucharist an anticipation of eternal life?
Question: As we begin our Lenten journey, what are the 3 pillars of Lent? What is the meaning of the ashes?
Virtue: Gentleness
Saint: Scholastica
Announcements:
Pancake Breakfast and Bake Sale– February 14th – volunteers needed
Vicariate Winter Ski Trip – Monday February 15th
Men’s and Women’s Discernment Day – February 20th
Summer Events—Quo Vadis Days, Steubenville NW, Higher Calling and Nun Run—
talk to Sarah for details
Have you thought about serving on our youth leadership team? - talk to Sarah if you are interested
Faith Tid-Bit:
We will celebrate Saint Valentine’s Day next week. Some of us may be looking forward to all the sweets we will be eating or perhaps a night out with our spouses. Take some time this week to learn a bit more about Saint Valentine and
showing true love for others…willing the good of the other…challenging and encouraging one another to be the saints
God is calling us to be.
If you would like to be on our email list to get updates upcoming
events please contact Sarah Kresse at the Parish office
503-581-1623 or
[email protected]
Like us on Facebook!
“Salem-Keizer Young Adults”
The place to find information on all Salem-Keizer Young Adult
events: Social Events, Service Opportunities,
First Thursdays, Bible Study, Movie Nights, and more!
Information for St. Joseph Parish
St. Joseph School recently received a grant from the Salem Catholic School Foundation to use for technolo-
gy. Our original request for grant money from the boiler project came in under budget, so we requested a reallocation of
the remaining funds and were approved in the amount of just over $16,000 for technology. With this money St. Joseph
School will be purchasing a mobile lab for students to use technology in the classrooms, mobile devices for teachers so
they can better collaborate and work at professional development sessions, and upgrade half of the computers in our
media lab. We are so excited to see this technology be used by students and staff to impact their instruction. We thank
the Salem Catholic School Foundation for their continued support of our school.
For more information on curriculum, auction, or to see our wish list, please visit our website: www.stjosephchurch.com/
school or contact principal Melissa Doxtator – [email protected] or 503.581.2147

BAKE SALE THIS WEEKEND: St. Joseph’s Holy Family Home School Ministry will be hosting a
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Marriage Preparation: Classes begin Tuesday evenings February 9th at 6:30pm upstairs in the Parish Center
rm. 1. call James for more information. 503-581-1623
bake sale on 2/6 after the 4:30 p.m. Vigil Mass and on 2/7 after the 7/8:30/10 a.m./Noon/1:30 p.m. Masses. Your
support will help to off-set the costs of field trips, pottery/art classes/supplies and other miscellaneous expenses
that the group incurs throughout the year. We will also be donating 10% of our sales to St. Germaine’s Pregnancy Support Center, 5% to St. Joseph’s School and 5% to the St. Joseph Youth Group. Thank you for your prayers and on-going support of our sales. God bless!
If you have lost a loved one, a family member or friend, please join our grief support group. Our support group can offer encouragement and prayerful support for you during your sorrow. For more information, please call Sue Foster at 503-566-7611
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Holy Family Academy Benefit Auction is Sat., Feb 13 at the Mt. Angel Festhalle. Doors open at 5pm with appetizers. Silent and Oral Auction. Dinner and Raffle. Tickets $25, $30 at the door. Must be 14 years old. Contact: Laura Beyer at 503-551-4265.
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St. Vincent de Paul Food Collection is the third Sunday of each month. Feb. 20 & 21 The St. Vincent de Paul Van
Driver is ready and willing to accept donations of potatoes, apples, salad oil, brown and white rice, dry pasta and noodles,
cereals, beans and all canned foods, especially needed is proteins (i.e., meats, fish and legumes) and dried fruits and
toilet paper. Look for the white St. Vincent de Paul Van in the parking lot.
Attention all Men of the Parish and your sons! - The Annual Northwest Catholic Men's Conference
"Be Strong in the Lord!" Ephesians 6:10-18
February 26-27, 2016
Pendleton Convention Center. Pendleton, Oregon. Conference begins Friday at 4 p.m. with registrations and ends Saturday at 5
p.m. with a final blessing. Cost is $40 includes 3 meals. Fathers and sons, ages 15 and up, are welcome
Conference Speakers: Most Rev. Peter Christensen-Bishop Boise, Most Rev. Liam Carey-Bishop of Baker, Fr. Theodore Lange,
Fr. Kumar Udagandla, and famous Catholic author- Mark Shea.
James Thurman will have a convoy going from the church and 11a.m.
For more info contact James Thurman 503-581-1623
St. Joseph Parish Adoration Chapel
Open 24 hours a day—7 days a week
Come join our Lord in this beautiful and peaceful place. Our Adoration Chapel is located on the
south side of the Church off of Chemeketa Street. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We
welcome parishioners to take a regular chapel hour or begin as a substitute until you find an hour
that works best for you.
Parishioners are welcome to drop by the chapel at any time.
Contact: Carol Joye 503-390-7288 or 971-304-4441
Adorers Needed: Mon.—3 p.m. Mon.—12 midnight Tues.—4 a.m. Weds.—3 a.m. Thurs.—12 noon
Adorers: If you must leave Jesus alone please gently close the tabernacle doors (the light will remain on).
7 DE FEBRERO DEL 2016
Comunidad Hispana de San José
5to Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
LAS LECTURAS DE HOY:
7 de febrero de 2016
MISA INTENCIONAL POR
Sábado
7:00 p.m. SP
Primer Lectura: Isaías 6, 1-2. 3-8
Segunda Lectura: 1 Cor intios 15, 1-11 Domingo
1:30 p.m. SP
Evangelio: Lucas 5, 1-11
5:30 p.m. SP
LA OFRENDA DEL DOMINGO FUE:
17 de enero $ 3,710.10
Misión—17 de enero $ 970.00
6 de febrero de 2016
 Lunes, 8 de Febrero:
7 de febrero de 2016
 Martes, 9 de Febrero:
7:05 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 12:05 p.m.
y 4 p.m. Misas en ingles
6:00 p.m. Misa Bilingüe
8:00 p.m. Español
Vía Crucis los viernes de cuaresma:
8:30 a.m. — inglés con los niños de la Escuela San José
11:30 a.m. — en inglés
6 p.m. — en inglés seguido por una cena de sopa en
la cafetería
7 p.m. — Vía Crucis en español
Colecta para la Iglesia en Europa
Central y Oriental
Miércoles de Ceniza, 10 de febrero
La colecta apoya a organizaciones Católicas que proveen viviendas y entrenan a seminaristas en una región que lucha de los efectos de una dominación Soviética. Su donaciones ayudan a restaurar la Iglesia y
construir el futuro en la región. Favor donar generosamente.
Misión Parroquial
Estimados feligreses nos gustaría saber si la
comunidad Hispana está interesada en tener
una Misión Parroquial al cual les gustaría asistir.
Favor de llamar a la oficina parroquial 503-5811623 para para darnos su opinión, pregunte por
Maria Elena. Comentarnos si les gustaría tenerla en el tiempo de cuaresma o después de la
Pascua.
La Misión busca propiciar un ENCUENTRO con
Jesucristo, a ejemplo de los encuentros
personales que nos narran los Evangelios y los
Hechos de los apóstoles. Es un encuentro y
respuesta a la propuesta o iniciativa de Dios.
El Apostolado de la Divina Misericordia
les invita a Aprender a Rezar la Coronilla
de la Divina Misericordia los lunes a las
7:00 p.m. en la Iglesia de San José.
Para mas información llamar a
Alex y José Salinas 503-569-2136.
1 Reyes 8, 1-7. 9-13
Marcos 6, 53-56
1 Reyes 8, 22-23. 27-30
Marcos 7, 1-13
 Miércoles, 10 de Febrero:
¿Por qué Jesús hizo milagros? Jesús
hizo milagros para mostrarnos que El
es de verdad el Hijo de Dios (CIC 515).
Miércoles de Ceniza
10 de Febrero
LECTURAS DIARIAS:
Capilla de Adoración
Abierta las 24 horas al
día 7 días a la semana
Joel 2, 12-18
2 Corintios 5, 20—6, 2
Mateo 6, 1-6. 16-18
 Jueves, 11 de Febrero:
Deuteronomio 30, 15-20
Lucas 9, 22-25
 Viernes, 12 de Febrero:
Isaías 58, 1-9a
Mateo 9, 14-15
 Sábado, 13 de Febrero:
Isaías 58, 9-14
Lucas 5, 27-32
Recordatorio Importante — Durante el
tiempo de Cuaresma. NO traer flores a
ninguno de los santos o imágenes ya que
serán removidas.
AVISO COMUNITARIO
Hemos visto que durante varios fines de semana hay personas antes y después de la Misa
recolectando dinero ya sea para alguien que
falleció o por que no tienen trabajo. Se les notifica que estas personas no tienen el permiso del
párroco para recolectar dinero afuera o en los
alrededores de la parroquia.
Nos hemos enterado que las personas no están
realmente en necesidad.
► 20 y 21 de febrero es Día de
traer despensa - para los pobres y
necesitados de nuestra comunidad de
Salem. Puede traer papas, manzanas,
aceite, frijoles, arroz, comida y fruta enlatada, cereales, etc.
► La Limpieza del Templo se llevar a a cabo mar tes, 16 de febrero. Se les invita a todas las personas que deseen ayudarnos en este gran ministerio.
Jóvenes Anuncios y Recordatorios:
 Venta de Comida—14 de febrero - se necesitan voluntarios.
 Paseo a Esquiar – lunes, 15 de febrero
 Día de Discernimiento para Hombres y Mujeres - 20 de
febrero
 Eventos para el Verano - Steubenville NW, Higher Ca-
lling, Caminata de Religiosas y mucho mas - si esta interesado favor de llamar a Sarah para mas detalles.
Durante el tiempo de cuaresma no habrá bautizos a partir
del 10 de febrero hasta el 26 de marzo. Para información
sobre bautizos favor de llamar a la oficina parroquial.

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