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November 28, 2010—First Sunday of Advent
Views from the Pastor—Msgr. Larry Pichard
Visiones del Párroco—Mons. Larry Pichard
We are truly awed by the tremendous response to our capital campaign St. Francis Rebuilt God’s Church…And So Shall We. We
thank all the parishioners who pledged for our new Church and chapel.
Since this bulletin was prepared 10 days ago, I cannot give you a precise update on how much has been pledged. But I am going to guess
that we still need about $2 million to reach our goal of $7 million. The
way to have those pledges is to ask those who have not pledged to
please do so. Now you hold the key to construct our new Church—we
must rely upon your generosity. So, please step up to the plate and
pledge as soon as you can in December. We are on a roll, but we cannot keep rolling without you!
During Advent our 3 main personages are John the Baptist,
Mary, and Jesus. We will celebrate Mary’s Immaculate Conception on
December 8, a holyday of obligation. We also celebrate Mary’s appearance in the Americas, in Mexico, in 1531. After the Spaniards
invaded and conquered Mexico 1521-23, Spanish Franciscans were not
very successful in converting the indigenous people of Mexico. Who
would want to believe in the God whose believers inflicted such destruction upon the indigenous people? For the next 10 years only a
handful of converts were made. But in 1531 Mary appeared to the
indigenous Juan Diego and asked him to approach the bishop and
honor her request that a Church be built near Tepeyac hill. Although
the bishop was wary for several days, he was finally convinced by witnessing the living image of Mary on the cloak of Juan Diego that is
preserved to this very day. So, within the subsequent decade, 8 million native American people begged to be baptized since they could
“read” the message of the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, that she
was the loving mother of Jesus and the loving mother of an oppressed
people. We will celebrate that feast the eve of December 12 and with
a novena of 9 nights before that. Each night, starting December 3, we
will celebrate Mass in Spanish at 7:00. If you happen to be passing by
either before or after Mass, you will see richly costumed dancers
called Matachines. They represent the indigenous people who literally
“danced for joy” in coming to know the love of Christ and his mother
Mary. And we all rejoice that God has so honored the Americas with
this compassionate miracle of Our Lady of Guadalupe!
Estamos verdaderamente asombrados por la grandiosa
respuesta que hemos recibido en nuestra campaña de fondos San
Francisco de Asís Reedificó la Iglesia de Dios… Así lo Haremos
Nosotros. Agradecemos a todos los miembros de la parroquia quienes
han realizado su compromiso para nuestra nueva Iglesia y capilla.
Como este boletín ha sido preparado 10 días anterior a su publicación,
no puedo dar un informe preciso sobre cuánto hemos recibido en
compromisos. Pero voy a suponer que todavía necesitamos cerca de
$2 millones para alcanzar nuestra meta de $7 millones. La manera de
tener estos compromisos es pedir a aquellos que no se han
comprometido que por favor lo hagan. Ahora ustedes son la clave para
construir nuestra nueva Iglesia—confiamos en su generosidad. Por lo
tanto, por favor haga suyo este sueño, seamos corresponsables y
comprométase lo más pronto posible en Diciembre. ¡Estamos en el
mismo camino, ¡pero no podemos continuar sin ustedes!
Durante el tiempo de Adviento nuestros tres personajes
principales son Juan el Bautista, María y Jesús. Nosotros celebraremos
la Inmaculada Concepción el 8 de Diciembre, una fiesta de obligación.
También, celebraremos la aparición de María en América, en México
en el año 1531. Después que los españoles invadieron y conquistaron
a México entre 1521 y 1523, los Franciscanos españoles no fueron
muy exitosos en convertir a los indígenas de México. ¿Quién quería
creer en un Dios cuyos creyentes provocaron semejante destrucción
sobre la gente indígena? En los siguientes 10 años solo unos pocos se
habían convertido. Pero en 1531 María se apareció al indígena Juan
Diego y le pidió que fuera con el obispo y en su nombre solicitara
construir su Iglesia cerca del cerro del Tepeyac. Pero el obispo fue
escéptico por varios días, él se convenció finalmente al ser testigo de
la imagen viva de María en la tilma de Juan Diego que existe hasta
nuestros días. Así fue que en los siguientes 10 años, 8 millones de
americanos nativos pidieron ser bautizados después que ellos
pudieron “leer” el mensaje de la imagen de Nuestra Señora de
Guadalupe, quien fue la madre amorosa de Jesús y la madre amorosa
de la gente oprimida. Celebraremos la fiesta en la víspera del 12 de
Diciembre y con la novena durante 9 días previos a la fiesta. Cada
noche, empezando el 3 de Diciembre, celebraremos la Misa en
español a las 7:00 p.m. Si ustedes pasan ya sea antes o después de
Misa, ustedes observarán como parte de su tradición danzantes con
atractivas vestimentas conocidos como Matachines. Ellos representan
a la gente indígena quienes literalmente “bailaron de gozo” al
reconocerse amados por Cristo y su madre María. ¡Todos nos
regocijamos porque Dios ha honrado y privilegiado a América con este
milagro compasivo de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe!
Our Parish Staff
Tracy Brown, Business Manager, Ext. 226
Mark Smith, Director of Development, Ext. 351
Nathan Byers, Associate Development Dir., Ext. 352
Anneliese Rivera, Liturgy Director, Ext. 237
Kevin Shelley, Music Director, Ext. 313
Laura Marquez, Hispanic Ministry Director, Ext. 241
Katherine Salazar, HM Administrative Assistant, Ext. 227
David Utsler, Director of Faith Formation, Ext. 247
Diana Elwell, Children’s Ministry, Ext. 229
Kathy Deschaw, FF Administrative Assistant, Ext. 232
Tammy Weber, Youth Ministry Director, Ext. 358
Anthony D’Ambrosio, Youth Ministry Musician, Ext. 234
Lauren Harbour, KDO Director, Ext. 235
Noel Johnston, Facilities Director, Ext. 231
Ginny Milich, Safe Environment Coordinator, Ext. 228
Kyle Cupp, Executive Administrator, Ext. 225
Kate Disbrow, Bookkeeper, ext. 360
Buddy Rives, Reception, Ext. 221
Alma Geller, Reception, Ext. 221
Carlos Gaona, Custodian and Maintenance
Ofelia Martinez, Custodian
Adelaida Gaona, Custodian
Please Pray For
Please pray for the sick and suffering of our parish: Gerald
Waller, Lucille Collier, Matthew Leja, Peter Catapano, Milton
Weinberg, and Morgan Watson.
Please pray for the recently deceased: Cecilia Dalli, Peter
Thompson and Catherine Bresovsky.
Please call the office to add or remove someone from this list.
Names will be listed for four weeks and then will be transferred to our Book of Intentions.
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI — FRISCO TX
Masses and Activities
th
Saturday, November 27
5:00 pm, Mass – (LP)
7:00 pm, Encuentro Matrimonial, Salones CyD
Sunday, November 28th
8:30 am, Mass – † James Seivert (VA)
10:00 am, Mass – † All Souls in Purgatory (LP)
10:00 am, Bible Study, Office Reception Area
11:30 am, Mass – † Joseph Nguyen (VA)
1:00 pm, Misa en español – † Miriam Trillos (LP)
2:00 pm, Grupo de Jóvenes, Salones C y D
2:00 pm, Bautismos, Gran Salón
2:00 pm, Instrumento du Tu Paz, Duesman
2:30 pm, Reunión de Ujieres (Español) Salón Duesman
6:00 pm, Mass – † Aline Kindel (VA)
Monday, November 29th
8:30 am, Mass – † Luciano Santos Pinzon (VA)
7:00 pm, SVDP, Room D
7:00 pm, Bible Study, Room C
Tuesday, November 30th
8:30 am, Mass – † Jim Bridges (VA)
6:45 pm, Exposition of the Eucharist, Chapel till 9:00
Wednesday, December 1
8:30 am, Mass – † Alicia Hortado (VA)
9:00 am, Bible Study, Room C
11:00 am, Book Club, Room C
5:30 pm, Choir Preparation, Great Hall
6:00 pm, Children’s Choir, Duesman Room
6:30 pm, Building Development, Room C
6:30 pm, Adult Choir, Great Hall
8:15 pm, Schola Choir, Great Hall
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Thursday, December 2nd
8:30 am, Mass – Patricia Clements (VA)
9:15 pm, Safe Environment Training, Room A
5:30 pm, Choir Prep, Great Hall
5:30 pm, Grupo de Jovenes, Salón D
6:00 pm, Reconciliation, Chapel
7:00 pm, Liturgy Commission, Office Reception Area
7:00 pm, Padres de Hijos con Autismo, Salón D
7:00 pm, Práctica Coro Hispano, Msgr. Duesman
Friday, December 3rd
8:30 am, Mass – † Gilbert Whitfill (VA)
9:00 am, Exposition of the Eucharist, Chapel
10:00 am, Altar Cleaning, Great Hall
6:30 pm, Our Lady of Guadalupe Rosary, Great Hall
7:00 pm, Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena, Great Hall
7:00 pm, Matachines, Courtyard
Saturday, December 4th
8:00 am, Breakfast with St. Nicholas, Church
8:30 am, Mass – † Poor Souls in Purgatory (LP)
11:00 am, First Saturday Rosary, Chapel
3:30 pm, Reconciliation, Chapel
4:00 pm, Choir Practice, Great Hall
5:00 pm, Mass – † Pete Noon (VA)
6:30 pm, Our Lady of Guadalupe Rosary, Great Hall
7:00 pm, Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena, Great Hall
Sunday, December 5th
8:30 am, Mass (LP)
10:00 am, Mass (VA)
11:30 am, Mass (LP)
1:00 pm, Misa en español (VA)
6:00 pm, Mass (LP)
Did You Know?
The sacrament of Matrimony signifies the union of Christ and
the Church. It gives spouses the grace to love each other with
the love with which Christ has loved his Church; the grace of the
sacrament thus perfects the human love of the spouses,
strengthens their indissoluble unity, and sanctifies them on the
way to eternal life...Since marriage establishes the couple in a
public state of life in the Church, it is fitting that its celebration
be public, in the framework of a liturgical celebration, before the
priest (or a witness authorized by the Church), the witnesses,
and the assembly of the faithful. - Catechism of the Catholic
Church
Stewardship Committee
Steward of the Week: A big thank you to Vivian Kitchen and all
the volunteers who made this year’s Thanksgiving Meals drive
another amazing success!
Corresponsabilidad Parroquial (Steward) de la semana: Un
especial agradecimiento a Vivian Kitchen y todos los voluntarios
quienes hicieron posible organizar y recolectar las Comidas de
Acción de Gracias ¡un año más de esfuerzo extraordinario!
Liturgy Commission
Children’s Christmas Choir: The Children’s Christmas Choir is
comprised of children in grades three and up. Rehearsals will
be on the four Wednesdays before Christmas: 12/1, 12/8, 12/15,
and 12/22 from 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. The choir will sing at the 5:00
pm Mass on Christmas Eve. Please bring your child to share their
gift of song with our parish for Christmas.
During the Christmas rush and madness, take an hour to slow
down and contemplate the true meaning of it all. Come to our
ADVENT PRAYER SERVICE on Tuesday, Dec. 14th, at 7:30 pm. Enjoy
a quiet, meditative, candlelight service with music by the SCHOLA
CANTORUM of St. Francis.
The Combined Choirs of St. Francis will be singing in concert at
the Morman church’s Nativity Festival (located at Eldorado and
Hillcrest) at 8:00 pm on Friday, Dec. 10th. Come hear our Choir
and see over 1,200 different Nativities on display!
WEEK
Attendance
Weekly Gift of Treasure Goal
Actual Gift of Treasure
Building Fund
Nov. 14, 2010
4905
$33,141.75
$35,020.60
$182,293.84
November 28, 2010—First Sunday of Advent
The Building Committee is providing two items for financial
insight in to the status and progress of the Building Fund. First,
a financial snapshot of the Building Fund is updated after the
15th of each month and is posted on the church website. Second, the two thermometers below indicate the weekly progress
on our $7 million pledge goal and our $2.5 million cash goal of
those pledges. Once we receive $7 million in pledges and $2.5
of that amount in cash, we can start construction.
Pledge Goal:
$7,000,000
Amount Pledged:
$4,543,280
Cash needed to begin Construction: $2,500,000
Amount Received in Cash:
$395,945
The Capital Campaign Results as of November 18, 2010
Ministerios de la Comisión Hispana
Junta Mensual de Ujieres. Es HOY domingo 28 de Noviembre a
las 2:30 p.m. en el salón Duesman.
Ministros Extraordinarios de la Comunión de la Misa en
Español. Habrá un Taller de Capacitación Obligatorio para los
ministros extraordinarios de la Comunión nuevos y quienes
actualmente sirvan en el ministerio. Se llevará a cabo HOY 28
de noviembre a las 2:15 p.m. en el Gran Salón.
A todos los Padres de Familia quienes sus hijos reciban
Formación de Fe el día sábado. Les recordamos que el próximo
sábado 4 de Diciembre SÍ habrá clases.
“Venid, todos”… Adeste Fideles
Invitamos cordialmente a usted y a su familia a
unirse a la Posada que el Ministerio Hispano ha
organizado para ustedes Jueves 16 de Diciembre de
2010 Iglesia Católica de San Francisco de Asís.
Nártex 8:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m.
Una Invitación a Todos los Nuevos y Actuales Miembros
El propósito de esta Celebración es compartir y dar la
bienvenida a usted y a su familia en este tiempo en el que
unidos como familia parroquial esperamos con gozo y
esperanza la Venida de Nuestro Señor a la Tierra.La Comunidad
Hispana a través de sus Ministerios desea que ustedes
participen en esta Gran Celebración; en familia pediremos
posada, cantaremos villancicos, tendremos una pequeña
pastorela, piñata, y dulces para los niños.
¡Esperamos a usted y a toda su familia!
CALENDARIO DE ACTIVIDADES DE LA FIESTA DE NUESTRA
SEÑORA DE GUADALUPE
Novena : Diciembre 3, 4, 6,7, 9,10
6:00 – 6:30 PM Confesiones
6:30 – 7:00 PM Rosario
7:00 – 7:30 PM Misa
Novena: Diciembre 5
12:30 – 1:00 PM Rosario
Celebración de la Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.
Diciembre 11
3:00 PM Traslado del estacionamiento de SFOA al
estacionamiento del Parque Pizza Hut
4:15 PM Peregrinación y Rosario
6:30 PM Bienvenida por parte del Párroco y Vicario.
7:00 PM Representación de Apariciones. Gran Salón
7:30 PM Misa de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.
Mañanitas a Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. Diciembre 12.
5:00 AM Mañanitas y Oraciones de la Mañana
CALENDARIO DE CELEBRACIONES EN DICIEMBRE
Inmaculada Concepción. Diciembre 8 (Día de Obligación)
7:00 PM Rosario
7:30 PM Misa (en español)
Celebración de Adviento. Diciembre 14
7:30 PM Liturgia de la Palabra (en inglés)
Noche Buena. Diciembre 24
9:00 PM Misa (en español)
Navidad. Diciembre 25
11:30 AM Misa (en español)
Año Nuevo. Enero 01 (No es Día de Obligación)
11:30 AM Misa (en español)
Guadalupanos. ¿Te gustaría participar como voluntario en las
Fiesta de la Virgen de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe? ¡Te
invitamos a ser parte de este gran evento! Por favor
comunícate con el Sr. Martín Sotelo para mayor información al
469.667.9265.
Peregrinación Mariana. La Pastoral Juvenil Hispana invita a
toda la Comunidad a participar en la Peregrinación Mariana en
honor de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. El Sábado Diciembre
4, 2010. Salida: Iglesia San Eduardo, 9:30 AM, 4001 Elm Street,
Dallas, TX 75226. Llegada: Iglesia Catedral Santuario de
Guadalupe, 11:30 AM, 2215 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX 75201. Deja
tu carro en Catedral. Habrá transporte a las 7:30 AM que te
llevará a San Eduardo. Más inf. Pastoral Juvenil Hispana 214379-3170 ó 214/379-3171. Celebración Eucarística a las 12:00
PM, Rev. Kevin J. Farrell, D.D., Obispo de Dallas, Texas. http://
cathdal.livesitehost.com/files/Peregrinacion2010.pdf
Caballeros de Colón. Mesa redonda en español. Junta el
Domingo 05 de Diciembre a las 2:15 p.m. Salón A.
Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial. Invita a todas las parejas que
deseen mejorar la comunicación en su relación al próximo fin
de semana matrimonial del 3 al 5 de Diciembre. Para mayores
informes por favor comunicarse con Carlos y Carmen Gallegos
al 214.355.6655
Grupo de Apoyo para Padres de Hijos con Discapacidades.
¿Tienes
un niño Especial? ¿Necesitas información y
orientación? Te invitamos a que participes en este grupo y
conozcas a más familias especiales, ¡no estás solo! La reunión
será el Jueves 02 de Diciembre de 6:45 a 8:45 p.m. en el Salón
San Damiano. Para más información favor de comunicarte con
las
Sras.
Bertha
A. Martínez,
tel.
972.704.4143
[email protected] o Elia Huerta, tel 214-415-9410
[email protected]
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI — FRISCO TX
¿Estás buscando ser voluntario y aportar de tu tiempo y
talentos? Caridades Católicas de Dallas te invita a la Orientación
de Voluntarios los días 11 y 15 de Diciembre. En la oficina
Central de Servicios localizada en 9461 LBJ Freeway, Suite 128
Dallas, Texas 75243 de 10:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. Para mayor
información o inscripción comunicarse con Maureen Dunlap al
correo electrónico [email protected]
o llamar al 214-520-6590 Ext. 123. O en la página web
www.CCofDallas.org/Volunteer
¿Estás en el Grado de Confirmación y te gustaría hacer horas de
servicio? Únete como voluntario a “El Árbol del Ángel de
Navidad”. (Angel Tree). Buscamos jóvenes bilingües. Este
ministerio provee de regalitos de Navidad a los que están
pasando por necesidades incluyendo a niños de la parroquia,
residentes de la casa de tercera edad y los participantes del
ministerio que ayuda a los enfermos de HIV/SIDA. Si desea
participar como donador o voluntario de estos regalos, por favor
comunicarse con Mary Watson al correo electrónico
[email protected]
AMDCD (El Comité de la Comida Anual Mexicana y Día Cultural)
reportó al Consejo Parroquial que aproximadamente 4,000
personas asistieron al evento el pasado 25 de Septiembre y se
sirvieron 3,500 comidas. Se presentó un cheque al P. Larry por la
cantidad de $7,000 dólares destinados a la campaña de fondos.
La comida que no se vendió de los patrocinadores Cantina
Laredo, Cristina’s Fine Mexican Restaurant, Manny’s Tex-Mex
Grill, El Amigo Meat Market y Balderas Tamale factory, junto con
20 cajas de agua, fueron donadas al ministerio que provee
comidas a personas que padecen de SIDA. Los Caballeros de
Colón y las Damas Auxiliadoras recibieron comida y desechables.
Prisma Dental donó 10 exámenes y limpiezas y AMDCD donó 50
comidas a la Sociedad de San Vicente de Paúl. ¡Por favor apoye a
estos patrocinadores!
Community Life Commission
AMDCD reported to the Parish Council that approximately 4,000
people attended the event on September 25th and that 3,500
meals were served. A check was presented to Fr. Larry in the
amount of $7,000, earmarked for the capital campaign
fund. Food from Cantina Laredo, Cristina's Fine Mexican Restaurant, Manny's Tex-Mex Grill, El Amigo Meat Market and the Balderas Tamale factory, along with 20 cases of water, was donated
to the AIDS Super Club . The Knights of Columbus and the Ladies
Auxiliary received food and utensils. Prisma Dental donated 10
dental screenings and cleanings and AMDCD donated 50 meals
to the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Please support these sponsors!
BREAKFAST WITH ST. NICHOLAS: St. Nicholas will be here Saturday, December 4th. Breakfast starts at 8:00am. St. Nicholas will
arrive at 8:30am. The Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest
will be judged during breakfast. All are invited to vote. Collection
boxes to receive completed posters are set out in the back of the
church and in the faith formation wing. Posters should be turned
in by 7pm on Thursday, December 2nd, and should include your
child's name, grade and contact information on the back of the
poster.
“HOLIDAY TAMALES” If you missed the pre-orders for the Holiday Tamales --- you can still get your tamales! The Ladies Auxil-
iary will have a booth at Merry Main Street on December 4,
2010 which will be at Frisco Square from 5pm to 9pm. We will
be selling Pork Tamales (hot and fresh). $12 per dozen or 2
dozen for $20.
The PrimeTimers will meet on Sunday, December 5, 2010 to
celebrate our Annual Christmas Dinner. We will meet at the
Texas Land and Cattle at 4:00 PM. In addition to our early
Christmas dinner, we will have a Christmas Gift Exchange.
Please join us for an evening of good food, fun and fellowship.
If you are 55+, married, single, widowed or divorced, please
consider joining our group. For more information or if you have
any questions about our organization, please call Donna at 214469-1043.
Interest in joining the Women of St. Francis? Did you know
you can attend your first WoSF meeting for free? Come join us
and see what we are all about. We meet the 3rd Thursday of
every month in rooms C & D. Dues are only $20.00 per
year. Please contact Gerry Cerveny for membership information, at 972-335-1607 or email at [email protected] Also
checkout our web site at http://wosf.org for upcoming events
and details.
Faith Formation Commission
Children’s Ministry will resume the week of December 5.
Youth Ministry No Class Reminder: We will see everyone back
at class the week of December 12th.
SAVE THE DATE: The St. Francis 2011 Youth Rally Concert is
coming up on Sun, January 9, 2011 immediately following the
6:00pm Youth Mass. Our headliner is our very own Anthony
D'Ambrosio and his band. There is no admission fee. A simple
meal of hot dogs, chips and soda will be served for a small
fee. The event is intended for children in 6th through 12th
grades. Bring friends and share the message of God's love for
all children. Event coordinators are looking for SE cleared
adults who can help with the planning and execution of this
event. Please contact Mark Hutto at [email protected] or 214277-3214 for more details.
Book Club Forming: Join us for a 6-week book club featuring
“Mother Teresa, Come be my Light” on Fridays from 10 am –
11:30 am starting 12/3 and ending 1/21 with a break for Christmas (following FISD calendar). Contact Ginny Milich at 972712-2645 ext.228 or [email protected] for more information.
Outreach Commission
Parents Raising Children Alone: Thank you for being a part of
PRCA, for sharing your experience & knowledge with others,
helping others, and being open to receiving help. May God
November 28, 2010—First Sunday of Advent
bless you & your family! We’ll get together again for another
pot luck Christmas dinner on 12/18!
Thanksgiving Meals: The prayer of St. Francis reminds us “…for
it is in giving that we receive…” and you have certainly given!
You have touched the lives of so many families with the following donations: 150 Thanksgiving boxes, 750 pounds of potatoes, donations to complete an additional 65 boxes, and MANY
hours of hard work! We set a record and boxed 150 in 1 ½
hours! Thank you to everyone that helped in this ministry.
Sincerely, Vivian Kitchen
Commissioner
Staff Liaison
AMDCD
Boy Scouts
Cub Scouts
Empty Nesters I
Empty Nesters II
Empty Nesters III
Empty Nesters IV
Girl Scouts
Grounds Crew
Hospitality
Knights of Columbus
Ladies Auxiliary
Ministry of Mothers Sharing
Rosary/Prayer Group
Prime Timers
Softball Teams
Women of St. Francis
Young Adults
Community Life Commission
Marla Johnston (214) 794-5621
Noel Johnston (972) 712-2645
Mark Hutto (214) 277-3214 [email protected]
Bill Strait (469) 633-0420
Ghassan Hattar (972) 712-1183
[email protected]
Cindy and Gene Meyer 972 335 9323
Jim and Mary Kneese 972-625-5254
Barry & Ann Spada (469) 362-4669
Karen Sarnacki (972) 377-4507
Misty Dröessler (972)-302-1362
Kevin Guz (469) 633-0232
Lauren Bricker [email protected]
Mauricio Frye - [email protected]
Mary Lamanno - [email protected]
Karen Samford - [email protected]
Theresa Etcheverry (972) 377-0952
Donna Schmittler (214) 469 1043
[email protected]
Raul Perez (972) 542-9916
Vicky Shortino - [email protected]
Travis and Melissa Hunt [email protected]
Faith Formation Commission
George Vogt, IV (214) 592-2912
[email protected]
Staff Liaison
David Utsler (972) 712-2645
Bible Study
Ron Holleman (972) 978-7551
Catholic Homeschoolers in Frisco
Sarah Griffith - [email protected]
Children’s Faith Formation
Diana Elwell (972) 712-2645 (ext. 229)
Pre School Faith Formation
Melissa Barber (214) 618-0996
MS/HS Youth Ministry
Tammy Weber (972) 712-2645
Kids Day Out
Lauren Harbour (972) 712-1657
RCIA
David Utsler (972) 712-2645
Commissioner
Commissioner
Staff Liaison
Altar Guild
Altar Servers
Art & Environment
Children’s Liturgy
EM Coordinator
Exposition Holy Eucharist
Lectors
Music Ministry
Sacristan
Ushers
Commissioner
Staff Liaison
AIDS Outreach
Angel Tree
Blood Drives
Liturgy Commission
Tony Silvestro (972) 335-6966
[email protected]
Anneliese Rivera (972) 712-2645
Sue Rejmaniak - [email protected]
214-705-0975
Anthony Cimo (972) 712-7750
[email protected]
Missty Deutsch (972) 335-7695
[email protected]
Judy Devine [email protected] 972-335-4416
Irene Balderas (972) 335-4539
[email protected]
Cris Fanous - [email protected]
Suzanne Brewster - [email protected]
Victoria Rychalsky - [email protected]
Kevin Shelley (972) 712-2645
[email protected]
Shirley Forster – (972) 335-4297
Sean McMenamin [email protected]
Outreach Commission
Geralyn Kaminsky (972) 335-4186
Kyle Cupp (972) 712-2645
Jennifer Greenlee (469) 222-1080
Mary Watson - [email protected]
Kyle Cupp (972) 712-2645
The 21st Annual National Night of Prayer for Life is December 89: St. Francis parishioners are invited to participate at Our Lady of
the Angels Parish in Allen. There will be Eucharistic Adoration
from 9:00 p.m. - Midnight. During the 11:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
hour, parishes in all times zones in the United States will be
praying together in the “hour of unity.” For more information,
contact Susan Pilkington at [email protected] or visit
the website www.nationalnightofprayerforlife.org.
Bereavement Group: We will offer a special holiday grief ministry
meeting on December 13th at 7:00 pm in the San Damiano
Room. Please contact Donna Schmittler at (214) 469 1043 or
[email protected] if you’d like to attend or have any questions.
Brown Bag Sunday
Caregiver Support Group
Catholic Addiction Ministry
Clothe a Child
Divorce Support
Funeral Meals
Grief Ministry
Homebound
Hospital Ministry
Handyman Program
Illness/New Baby Meals
Nursing Home
Parents Raising Children Alone
Prayer Chain
Respect Life
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Thanksgiving Baskets
Melisa Manjeot - [email protected]
(214) 202-1422
Marianne Miles Leal (817) 915-5171
Vincent Webb (972) 804-2812
Jennifer Eckert - [email protected]
Deacon Gregg Kahrs (972) 712-2645
Jan Funnell - [email protected]
Donna Schmittler (214) 469-1043
Kyle Cupp (972) 712-2645
Jim Smiley (972) 978-9133
Brian Heath - [email protected]
Melanie Duhaime (214) 636 - 6277
Evelyn Grimes (214) 705-0009
Hilda Liando (972) 900-1055
Anneliese Rivera (972) 712-2645 (ext. 237)
Susan Pilkington - [email protected]
Martin Reiser, President - [email protected]
Vivian Kitchen – [email protected]
Hispanic Commission / Comisión Hispana
Luis Feliciano (972) 408-5408
Laura Márquez (972) 712-2645
Griselda B. Fox (214) 448-7831,
[email protected]
Soldados de Cristo
Lily Hernández, (214)664-5231
Coro Hispano
Celene Reyes (469) 471-1089
Lectores
Mayela Paz (214) 705-9250
[email protected]
Liturgy Liaison
José Bautista (972) 604-5802
Sacristanes
Bertha Gallegos (972) 347-2578
Ujieres
Samuel Mora 469.888.2677
Liturgia de la Palabra
Cris Fanous (305) 735-3556,
para los Niños
[email protected]
Coordinadora de Quinceañeras
Gladys García (972) 712-2926
Coordinadores de Bodas
Jerry & Mila Ledesma (214) 407-0253
Matrimonio Asesor
Maru y Roberto Alexander
para Preparación
214.317.6867 / 214.335.9763
Visitar los Enfermos
Luis Garzón (214) 387-9238
Guardería
Beatriz Roca (972) 712-9454
Formación de Fe
Suzy Hernández (214) 529-3210
[email protected]
RICA
Celia Guadiano, (214) 934-2905
[email protected]
Grupo de Jóvenes
Greysi Bargas (214) 232 8241
Guadalupanos
Martín Sotelo (469) 667-9265
Grupo de Oración
Mila Ledesma (214) 407-0253
Encuentro Matrimonial
Carlos y Carmen Gallegos (214) 355-6655
Movimiento Familiar Cristiano
Pedro y Nelva González (972) 294-8203
Clases de Inglés (ESL)
Tony Sánchez (214) 957-3573
Comida Mexicana Anual +
Bárbara Gallegos (972) 668-2102,
Días Culturales
[email protected]
Comisionado
Staff Liaison
‘Stewardship’ Liaison
Committee Chair
Staff Liaison
Welcoming Committee
Building Committee
Finance Council
Parish Council
Stewardship Council
Melissa Silvestro (972) 335-6966
[email protected]
Mark Smith (972) 712-2645
Jim and Lillian Burke - [email protected]
(972) 731-6247
Parish Development
Steve Hulsey (972) 335-1616
Mary Holleman (214) 908-2133
Chris Sulak - [email protected]

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