June 26, 2016 • 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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June 26, 2016 • 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Pro Cathedral Founded September 1, 1772
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 7:00 am, and 5:30 pm Vigil
Sunday:: English
Sunday
English:: 7:00 am, 9:00 am,
11:00 am and 6:00 pm
Spanish: 12:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Weekdays:: 7:00 am and 12:10 pm
Weekdays
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday:: 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Saturday
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time • June 26, 2016
J
ubilee Year of Mercy
June 26, 2016 • 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Yet again in Ordinary Time, Jesus seems to demand
extraordinary commitment. A would-be disciple
enthusiastically volunteers to follow Jesus
“wherever” (Luke 9:57). Jesus replies that
“wherever” means “nowhere to rest his
head” (9:58). To other candidates, Jesus
brusquely denies reasonable requests to fulfill
family obligations (9:59, 61), declaring that
discipleship demands total commitment—now!
But Jesus also demands that we not judge how
others respond. When James and John volunteered
to “call down fire from heaven” (9:54) to destroy
an unwelcoming town, Jesus “turned and rebuked them”
(9:55). All violence of any kind is completely unacceptable
among Jesus’ disciples, a lesson this Jubilee Year of Mercy
is teaching the Christian community once again. Paul’s
challenge to the Galatians and us reinforces Jesus’ decisive
command to James and John that they express their
commitment to him through compassion for others. We
must abandon the violence of “biting and devouring one
another” (Galatians 5:15), choosing instead to “serve one
another through love” (5:13)..
Monthly Mass at
Old Mission Cemetery
The monthly 1st Saturday Mass at the Old
Mission cemetery for July will be July 2nd
at 10 am celebrated by Fr. Philip Garcia.
All are welcome to join us.
A CONTEMPLATIVE
ROSARY
Saturday, July 2, 2016
at 10:00 a.m.
at MISSION SAN LUIS OBISPO
DE TOLOSA
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
First Friday, July 1, 2016
7:30 am to 4:30 pm in the Oratory of the Immaculate
Heart of Mary (former Sister’s chapel). Divine Mercy and
Rosary at 3 pm. Petitions and Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament at 4 pm. Soon it will be the
birthday of our country, July 4th. Please come to
adore our Lord in the Eucharist and Spend time in
prayer with Jesus. We want our country to continue
to have freedom of religion on which it was
founded. Please visit Our Lord and ask for guidence
in our lives and our for country. May God bless all who
make an effort to visit Him.
Sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America.
For more information call 594-1219.
With Mission Singers,
and Piano
Praying the Joyful Mysteries
with Scripture and Song.
A Contemplative Rosary
is a pastoral response to
Pope JohnPaul II’s Apostolic Letter
on the Most Holy Rosary
(Rosarium Virginis Mariae),
composed by Bob Hurd in
San Jose, California, May 2005
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Parish Center
Administration
Rev. Russell Brown, Pastor
Rev. Braulio Valencia, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jim Nisbet, In Residence
Deacon Chuck M. Roeder, Permanent Deacon
Deacon Jim Burrows, Permanent Deacon
Mr. James D. Childs, Principal Mission College Prep
Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal Old Mission Elementary
Office:
751 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone: (805) 781-8220 Fax (805) 781-8214
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Wednesdays Noon to 5 pm
Chapel Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 4 pm
The History of the Diocese Monterey
In his article in the May 29th Bulletin, Fr. Russ wrote:
“In recognition of our golden anniversary as an independent
diocese of the central coast, Bishop Garcia has commissioned
a commemorative book titled The History of the Diocese
Monterey. I was able to preview a draft copy of this publication
recently and it will be a beautiful addition to any home library.
The quality of printing and binding is exceptional. The book
contains a full history of the Church in California, our Catholic
schools and religious orders, and an account of the establishment
of every parish our in diocese. The cost of this volume is $35
and it will be available in either English or Spanish. We must preorder, as there will be only one publishing. It would be helpful
to know of your interest. If you notify the parish office that
you wish to receive a copy of The History of the Diocese of
Monterey, we will reserve a copy for you which you may purchase
upon delivery, estimated to be September-October 2016.“
As he stated, we must pre-order, so if you are interested in
reserving a copy, please contact the Parish Office before they
are all gone.....
Website:
www.missionsanluisobispo.org
MUSICIANS NEEDED
Use your bar code scanner for quick
access to our Parish Website
Parish Staff & Ministries
Unless otherwise noted, all phone numbers are
Ext. # (Voice Mail Extensions)
Pastor
16 Fr. Braulio Valencia
Parochial Vicar
32 Deacon Chuck Roeder
Permanent Deacon
14 Deacon Jim Burrows
Permanent Deacon
11 Theresa Shipsey
Business Practices
13 Corina Onato
Office Manager
20 Erika Zaldumbide
Office Assistant
15 Terry Burrows
Faith Formation, Altar Servers
29 Evan O’Reilly
Youth Ministry
35 Donna Fioravanti
Baptisms
23 Erika Siciliano
Faith Formation Assistant
18 Rosalba Torres
Office Assistant, Translations
19 Patty Moyer Pepper
(441-7901) Pastoral Care Ministry
38 Gayne Pinto-Bennett
(704-1373) Bereavement Ministry
Eucharistic Ministers/Lectors
Gift Shop Manager
22 Iva Svitek • Music Ministry
Jocelyn Roeder • (544-2707)
Liturgy Coordinator
Nancy Kelso-Doody
(748-0775) Events &
Environment Coordinator
Jack & Eunice Pierce
(541-4464)
Landings Program
Is music your prayer?
781-8220
26 Fr. Russell Brown
36 Minerva Soto
VOCALISTS † ACCOMPANISTS
Finance Council
Gayla Newman
Ann Palmer
Charles Porter
Bernie Suttle
Chris Will
Schools &
Campus Ministry
Old Mission School
(543-6019)
Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal
761 Broad St., SLO 93401
www.oldmissionschool.com
Mission College Preparatory
(543-2131)
Mr. James D. Childs, Principal
682 Palm St., SLO 93401
Newman Catholic Center
(543-4105)
Fr. John Ulrich, S.M. and
Fr. Kevin Duggan, S.M.
1472 Foothill, SLO 93401
Ministries
Gift Shop & Museum
(543-6850)
Open 7 days per week
9 am - 4 pm (Winter hours)
(9 am - 5 pm Summer hours)
Social Justice Ministry
If so, then this is the place for you!
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
has openings for
Cantors, Pianists, Guitarists,
Choral Group Singers
• Paid positions available
• Liturgical training provided
• Reading music is preferred, but not required
• Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) singers, a plus!
• Must be available to work weekends ☺
Contact: Iva Svitek, Director of Music Ministries
(805) 781-8220 x 22
e-mail: [email protected]
Our music ministry teams work together
to provide music for 7 liturgies
each weekend as well as special liturgical
celebrations on Holy Days and Solemnities.
COME JOIN US TODAY!
Delores Winje (543-4064)
St. Vincent de Paul
(544-7041)
Public Assistance
Tuesdays at Prado 2-3 pm
Thursdays at Old Mission
3-4 pm by Appointment only
Catholic Charities Office
541-9110
Old Mission Thrift Store
www.missionthrift.com
2640 Broad Street, SLO
(544-0720)
Mon-Sat 10 AM - 6 PM,
Sunday 12 - 4 PM
Old Mission Cemetery
(541-0584)
Care for Creation
Some more fun ideas you may not have thought of – from
Catholic Update “Pope Francis and the Environment”
http://www.liguori.org/catholic-update
• hang clothes to dry,
• wear sweaters or short sleeves as applicable
to save on heating and cooling costs,
• carpool or bike whenever possible,
• avoid eating beef – commit to meatless Fridays,
• sell your leaf blower – buy a rake.
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Readings For This Week
EFLECTION OF THE WEEK
June 26, 2016
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jesus began his return and final
journey to Jerusalem in today’s
Gospel. He first had to go through
Samaria where he was most
unwelcome because he was
traveling to Jerusalem’s temple
where the Samaritans would not
go. The irony of this inhospitality is
that Jesus would not be welcomed
in the temple either! Referring to
an earlier action by Elijah, James
and John wanted to call down
fire on these unkind Samaritans.
Jesus scolded them for their
thinking and they went on. As they
traveled they met three would-be
disciples. The first wanted to follow
Jesus wherever he went but was
reminded that he would have no
place to call his own. The second
one wanted to bury his father,
while the third wanted to say
good-bye to family members. Jesus
cautioned those who wanted to
follow that anyone who intended to
go forward but looked backwards
would not be able to be part of the
Kingdom of God.
Reflection question:
Adult:
When have you faltered or looked
back during your journey of faith?
Child:
What can you do to be a stronger
follower of Jesus this week?
Reflection and questions from RCL Benziger.
http://rclblectionary.com
Listen and remember through Word and Bread
Sun, 6/26: 1 Kgs 19:16b,19-21; Ps 16:1-2,5,7-11;
Gal 5:1, 13-18; Lk 9:51-62
Mon, 6/27: Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Ps 50:16bc-23;
Mt 8:18-22
Tue, 6/28: Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12; Ps 5:4b-8;
Mt 8:23-27
Wed, 6/29: Acts 12:1-11; Ps 34:2-9;
2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18; Mt 16:13-19
Thur, 6/30: Am 7:10-17; Ps 19:8-11; Mt 9:1-8
Fri, 7/1: Am 8:4-6,9-12;
Ps 119:2,10,20, 30,40, 131; Mt 9:9-13
Sat, 7/2: Am 9:11-15; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14;
Mt 9:14-17
Sun, 7/3: Is 66:10-14c; Ps 66:1-7, 16, 20;
Gal 6:14-18; Lk 10:1-12, 17-20
Mass Intentions
Initials in italics indicate scheduled Presider
SATURDAY JUNE 25
7:00 (BV) †Juan Rivera
5:30 (JN) †Ernie Martin Sr.
†Irene Reis
SUNDAY JUNE 26
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 (JN) †Bernard & Ruth Dusek
Int of Karen Brown
9:00 (DM) †Solenna Ucciferri
†Sister Anne Vari Joachim
11:00 (GZ) †Moses Luis
†Richard Bennett
12:30 (BV) †Edward Limon
6:00 (JN) †Eddie Sanchez
†Livia Seim
7:30 (BV) Intention of Parishioners
MONDAY JUNE 27
7:00 (JN) Int of Susan Ricolcol
12:10 (JN) Int of Victor Ostria & Bertha Loera
Int of Leonardo Quintanilla
TUESDAY JUNE 28
Confused Catholic?
Inactive Catholic?
Alienated Catholic?
An Invitation to Consider
COMING HOME AGAIN
(We’ve missed you.)
If you’ve been away from the church,
or are drifting away from it,
if you’ve been hurt by the church,
or are confused or angry because of your
Catholic experience, please consider our
invitation to come and talk with us.
If you are an active Catholic
who would like to assist with this ministry,
we welcome your help.
LANDINGS
Mission San Luis Obispo
Jack Pierce • 541-4464
7:00 (JN) †Bob Lawson
12:10 (JN) †Richard Bennett
WEDNESDAY JUNE 29
7:00 (JN) †Patti Moerman
12:10 (BV) †Enrico Bongio
THURSDAY JUNE 30
7:00 (BV) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
12:10 (BV) Int of David & Alanna Mack
FRIDAY JULY 1
7:00 (BV) Int of all Living &
Deceased Veterans
†Patti Moerman
12:10 (BV) †Greg Morris
SATURDAY JULY 2
7:00 (BV) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
5:30 (JN) †Nicolas M. Baran
†Rita Marie Goehner
SUNDAY JULY 3
L
ist of Music for
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Entrance Chant:
# 415 All Are Welcome
Kyrie: # 924 Mass of Spirit and Grace
Gloria: # 925 Mass of Spirit and Grace
READINGS BEGIN ON PAGE 185
Responsorial Psalm 16: You Are My Inheritance
BB # 739
Alleluia: # 926 Mass of Spirit and Grace
Presentation of the Gifts: # 507 Come, Follow Me
Mass of Spirit and Grace: Holy # 928 • Mystery of Faith # 931
Amen # 932 • Agnus Dei # 933
Communion Chant: # 312 Here, At This Table
# 431 Seek Ye First
Sending Forth:
# 381 Take the Word of God With You
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 (RB) †Jim Zanoli
9:00 (RB) †Joe & Lena Parotti
†Moses Luis
11:00 (RB) †Flavio De Vera
†Richard Bennett
12:30 (BV) Intention of Parishioners
6:00 (JN) †Irene Reis
7:30 (BV) Intention of Parishioners
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Prayer Requests...
Enrico Bongio, Betty Arbogast
R.I.P. † and All who have died this week.
Fr. Jim Nisbet’s
Scripture Class
7:00 pm Mondays in the Hall
10:30 am Tuesdays in the Hall
The classes run one hour
each in the form of a lecture
with opportunity for
questions at the end. They
are separate areas of studies.
Scripture Study
Reflect on Readings for this
coming Sunday’s Masses.
Scripture study meets each
Wednesday at l:00 pm,
following the 12:10 Mass in
the Serra room. We read the
scripture for the following
Sunday and reflect on and
discuss the readings. As
a group we nourish one
another by sharing our faith
and reflecting on our own
experiences in our journey.
Missalettes and other
materials are provided. Any
questions? Please call the
Parish Center at 781-8220.
Pray the Rosary
With Us Every MONDAY
evening at 5:45 pm, we pray
the Rosary. Share devotions
and petitions while praying as
a spiritual community in our
historic Old Mission CHAPEL.
Please join us and stay for one
or more decades of the rosary.
Ave Maria, Friends!
Would you
like to support
someone who
is on a journey
to grow in
relationship
with Christ! We need your
help. Contact Terry 7818220 ext. 15 for more info.
Infant Baptism:
Registered parishioners
may call 781-8220, x35 for
information and dates about
baptism for their children.
Baptism classes:
Spanish class will be July 5 at 7 pm
English class will be June 26 at 2 pm
Social Justice Ministry
Meets the first Tuesday of every
month at 7 pm in the Serra Center.
Join us to learn what our new projects
are, and what you can do to help.
Lord, when did we see you hungry?
Bread for the World is a presence whose
members send letters and emails, make
phone calls, and visit their members of
Congress about legislation that addresses
hunger in the U.S. and around the world.
Bread equips its members to communicate
with Congress and to work with others on
advocacy. It educates members on hungerrelated issues and inspires members to
be legislative activists as a way of putting
their Christian faith into action.
Find out how you can participate:
www.bread.org
Will you pray for an end to hunger?
You can make prayers to end hunger part
of your regular prayer life. When you pray
Give us this day our daily bread, include
people who are hungry in our country and
around the world in your petition.
P
lease, continue
to pray for
adequate rain.
The Little Ones
Jim Burrows
©2016 Jim Burrows www.jimburrowsartist.com
If you or a member of your family
would like the faith community of
Mission Parish to join you in prayers
for special needs, contact the parish
office at 781-8220. We do occasionally
take some names off of the list printed
in the bulletin. The current list contains
names received since Jan. 30, 2015.
If we have taken a name from the printed list of a
person still in need of prayers, please give us a call
and we will happily put him or her back on. Please
take some time this week to remember the following
in your prayers:
• For all in our parish family who are suffering
serious or terminal illness
• For Armed Forces Men and Women on Active
Duty, and for
Nate Kovesdi
Rose Aeck
Rachel Kovesdi
The Allwein Family
Tina Marie Ladd
Dave Anderson
Jason Lal
Virginia Aranico
Valerie Lambert
Santos Arrona
Pam Lawler
Margaret Askelund
David Lewelling
Juan Barron
Maria Limon
Cindy Bebereia
Terry Lovejoy
Joann Bernadette
Maria Teresita Luna
Ines Bongio
Manuel Luvano
Paul Bonjour
Ben Mangabat
Adrianne Bright
Susan & Renee
Kevin Bright
Martinez&family
Karen Brown
Vern Mason
Charlene Casciola
Nancy McDonough
Jim Ciernia
Carol McDowell
Regina Clarke
Georgina Mele
Shawn Clarke
Enrique Melendez
Baby Colburn
Garrett & Terra Colburn Trish Michalski
Keith Middleton
Cathy Connor
Ellen Miller
Ty Cooper
Dawn Mirabelli
Elena Corbelli
Humberto Monge
David, Alanna & Baby
Brian Myracle
John Deering Jr.
Anita Naylor
John Deering Sr.
Cira Mejia Nevi
Imelda Delossanpos
Cecilia Nievez
Santiago, Camila Diaz
Jesse Nieves
Carolyn Dolecki
Julian Nieves
Elise Duclos
Julianna Nievez
Jinah Duncan
Nievez Family
Richard Engel
Eileen O’Melveny & family
Sally Equinoa
Nancy Page
Laurie Laird Ellen
Connie Pillsbury
Janel Ferguson
Jack & Christine
Charles Fetyko
Poggemeyer & Family
Faith Ann Fieldhouse
Brian Porterfield & family
James Fowler
Gladys Fraund & Family Sean Porterfield
Alex Putnam
Charles Freeman
Dana Rasmissen
Mary Ella Garder
Frank Reed
Nadia Ghobrial
Rosemary Rivera
Hank Gibbs
Paprocini Rodriguez
Spencer Godsey
Gloria Rosinni & Family
Dorothy Ellis Goldberg
Charles Saint Vincent
Walt Gonyer
Jenna Scott
Mary Grimes
Dennis X. Shea
Paula Gurney
John Silva
Garney and Vicky Hall
Connie Smith
Randy Havens
Fr. Mark Stetz
Li Way Way Hernandez
Diane Suderman
Kay Heaton
Susi & Erich
Claire Hester
Shannon Thompson
Gary Hitchcock
Joyce Villa
Geri House
Marcos Villalobos
Maria Jackson
Keona Walker
Bea Jeong
Diane Whittaker
Barry Karleskint
Paul Willis
Russ Kiger
Carolyn Wirth
Marcia Kinneavy
ADULT
ENRICHMENT
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June 26, 2016 • 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
L
a Mesa Committee
Needs your HELP!
Our annual fundraising dinner
La Mesa de los Padres is in need
of some help acquiring items
for our silent and live auction.
We need help in securing items for
gift basket and a few live auction
gifts. Can you help? Phone help,
picking up items, making the gift
baskets, asking those businesses
that you know to provide items for
the baskets. These are just a few of
the ways you can help.
Please leave your name
with the Parish Office,
781-8220, and someone
will contact you.
S
acraments for Adults
If you would like to complete
your initiation through the
Sacrament of Confirmation or
if you would like to know more
about walking your faith journey
as a Catholic Christian, please
contact Terry in the parish office.
Y
outh Ministry
If your family would like to
be on the email list, please email
[email protected]
to inquire about middle school
and high school youth group and
service opportunities over summer.
R
CIA
Pray for those who don’t
know Christ. Remember you may
be the only Christ someone ever
encounters. No pressure!
A
E
lementary Faith
Formation
Hope you are enjoying this time –
now that summer is upon us.
Looking for fun ideas over the
summer. Try CatholicMom.com
http://catholicmom.com/2016/06/01/
catholic-gospel-coloring-worksheetssunday-mass-june-2016/
Or short form
http://tinyurl.com/gnpfy2h
Terry Burrows at 781-8220 ext. 15,
or [email protected]
T
een Confirmation
This Week...........................
Saturday
June 25
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sunday
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday
Tuesday
June 28
10:30 am Fr. Jim’s Scripture Study -Hall
Wednesday
G
Saturday
We welcome many visitors to
our fair city. San Luis Obispo has been
named one of the best places to live in
the country and one of the friendliest
cities as well. A true reflection of the
spirit of SLO will be found in our staff
here in the Gift Shop. You will see our
staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and
always eager to help. So come in and
browse, sit a while and read. There
is something for everyone – whether
you are looking for a special gift or just
looking we welcome you as always.
Visit us online
@www.missionsanluisobispo.org and
enjoy a secure shopping experience.
We are here to serve you 7 days a week,
from 9-4 PM.
June 27
5:45 pm Rosary Group -Chapel
7 pm Fr. Jim’s Scripture Study -Hall
Confirmation preparation
starts in high school, and our
parish has a two-year process
with monthly sessions. To signup/inquire about the first year of
Confirmation, please email evan.
[email protected] For
families with rising 2nd year teen
candidates, please watch for the
yearly schedule which will be sent
out towards the end of summer.
ift Shop News
June 26
June 29
1 pm Scripture Study -Serra Ctr
NO ProCathedral Choir-Summer break
Thursday
June 30
Friday
July 1
7:30 am to 4:30 pm in the Chapel
Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament
July 2
10 am 1st Saturday Mass at Cemetery
10 am Sung Rosary - Church
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sunday
July 3
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
nnual Ministries Appeal
As of June 20th, we have
received 126 pledges totalling
$ 38,495, which is just over
92.5% of our Diocesan goal
of $41,600. We still need
$ 3,105 to meet our goal.
Any funds received over
that amount will be
returned to the parish.
If you have not yet made
your pledge, envelopes are
available in the church,
or at the parish office.
Call 781-8220.
You can also pledge for our parish on
the Diocesan Web site:
www.dioceseofmonterey.org
Click on “Give”
at the top of
the page, and
then on Give
to the Annual
Appeal. Or use
the QR code for
quick access to
the site.
Our
Weekly Offering
13,500
The Old Mission Budget
requires $10,557.00 per week
to meet expenses.
11,500
The collection for
Sunday, June 19, 2016
12,500
10,500
9,500
00
was $ 10,075. *
*includes $ 2,575.00 Electronic Funds
Transfer donations this week.
We thank you for your continued
support and generosity.
8,500
7,500
LA VOZ LATINA
Decimotercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
C
ONCÉNTRATE EN
LA MISIÓN
“Hay tantas cosas
que hacer”. “Tenemos tan
poco tiempo”. ¿Cuántas
variantes de estas
afirmaciones has oído o
incluso dicho tú mismo?
En realidad, ninguna de
las dos es completamente
verdadera. Hay muchas cosas que hacer en esta
vida, pero realmente pocas cosas que son de vital
importancia. Esforzarse, buscar, actuar en convivencia y
preocuparse en pos del “desorden egoísta del hombre”,
como nos dice san Pablo en la segunda lectura de
hoy, no es en absoluto productivo. ¿Tan poco tiempo?
Cuando tomamos la libertad que Cristo nos ofrece,
tenemos todo el tiempo que necesitamos en este mundo
y aún más en el que sigue.
Eliseo, el sirviente elegido del profeta Elías, estaba
un tanto aturdido sin saber qué debía hacer. Cuando
Elías lo llamó, regresó a despedirse de sus padres y a
darle comida a su gente. Sólo después lo siguió.
Jesús nos pide algo diferente, algo digno de sus
discípulos. Nos pide una determinación absoluta para
dejar todo y seguirlo. Ahora, no después.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
BAUTISMOS
Los feligreses registrados en la Misión de San Luis Obispo
pueden llamar al 781-8220 para obtener información y
fechas para bautizar a sus hijos. Las clases de bautismo en
español son el primer lunes de cada mes.
Nuestro Catecismo
No tendremos clases durante el verano pero no se les
olvide inscribir a sus niños para el próximo año escolar
de catecismo. Háganlo lo antes posible ya que el cupo
es limitado. Los formularios estan disponibles en la
oficina parroquial.
Terry Burrows - [email protected] - 781-8220 ext 15
Quinceañeras
Avisar a la oficina con seis meses de anticipación.
1. Llame para verificar que el templo y el sacerdote
están disponibles para la fecha deseada.
2. Llame a la coordinadora de Ceci Pimienta, al
(805)806-0536 para iniciar el proceso de preparación.
CUIDANDO DE LA CREACIÓN
Algunas ideas más que tal vez no habian considerado:
- Pongan sus ropas a secar al aire libre, tiéndanlas en
vez de usar la secadora.
- Viajen en transporte colectivo o en bicicleta.
- Eviten comer carne - pueden empezar por
comprometerse a hacerlo los días viernes.
- También pueden vender sus máquinas sopladoras y
aspiradoras de hojas y en su lugar, utilizar rastrillos
de jardinería.
A
ño Jubilar de la Misericordia
26 de junio de 2016
Decimotercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
En este, un domingo más del Tiempo
Ordinario, parece que Jesús exige un
compromiso extraordinario. Un aspirante
entusiasmado a ser discípulo se ofrece de
voluntario para seguir a Jesús “a donde
sea” (Lucas 9:57). Jesús le contesta que “a
donde sea” significa “no tener donde
recostar la cabeza” (9:58). A otros
aspirantes, Jesús bruscamente niega sus
peticiones para seguirlo pues les antepone
razonablemente sus responsabilidades y
obligaciones familiares (9:59, 61), expresando que
ahora ser discípulo exige compromiso completo. Pero Jesús
también exige que no juzguemos cómo responden otras
personas. Cuando Santiago y Juan se ofrecen para “hacer
caer fuego del cielo” (9:54) para destruir una ciudad que no
los recibió, Jesús “los reprende” (9:55). Cualquier tipo de
violencia es completamente inaceptable entre los discípulos
de Jesús, una lección este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia es
enseñar una vez más a la comunidad cristiana. El desafío
de Pablo a los gálatas y a nosotros refuerza el mandamiento
decisivo de Jesús a Santiago y Juan que ellos expresaran su
compromiso hacia los demás con compasión. Debemos dejar
de ser violentos y dejar “comernos y devorarnos unos a
otros” (Gálatas 5:15), eligiendo en su lugar“servir uno al otro
por medio del amor” (5:13)..
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Citas del Papa Copyright © 2015, Libreria Editrice Vaticana. Usadas con permiso.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
El último sábado de junio o el primero de julio en un
ayuntamiento de Valcidacos, España, se pone en escena el
Miserere escrito por Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (1836-1870).
Esta obra relata como un músico llega de noche a la Abadía
de Fetero pidiendo posada. Los hermanos del monasterio lo
invitaron a pasar la noche. Allí él les contó su vida pecaminosa
y su deseo de encontrar un Miserere (Salmo 51) digno de
expiar sus pecados ante Dios. Le contaron del Miserere del
Monte que cantaban durante la noche los monjes difuntos de
un Monasterio que había sido destruido siglos atrás. El músico
afanado por encontrar su Miserere, corrió a la montaña donde
escuchó aquel lamentoso y bello canto. Al regresar a la Abadía
intentó escribir la música de aquel Miserere, pero lo único que
logro fue volverse loco.
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