Thursdays at 6:30 pm. - Sacred Heart Catholic Church

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Thursdays at 6:30 pm. - Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Sacred Heart
Catholic Church
July 31, 2016
12704 Foothill Boulevard
Rancho Cucamonga, California 91739
Office : 909-899-1049  Fax: 909-899-3229
Www. Sacredheartrc.org
iPhone and Android APP:
“SACRED HEART RANCHO CUCAMONGA”
For General Information call ext. 113 or 115
For Emergencies ONLY requiring a priest
during non-office hours call (909) 503-5588.
Very Rev. Benedict
Pastor, Ext. 132
Rev. Julian
Okoroanyanwu
Parochial Vicar, Ext. 141
[email protected]
[email protected]
Nwachukwu-Udaku VF,
Email:
Email:
Rev. Edward
Molumby, S.T.
Priest in Residence
OFFICE
HOURS:
Monday-Thursday:
8:30 AM-5:30 PM
Friday:
8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
Deacon Ed Clark
Parish Deacon , Ext. 286
Email:
[email protected]
Sacred Heart Parish School Grades: K-8th
School Info: (909) 899-1049 x400 FAX: (909) 899-0413 For School Day Care call ext. 407 & 660
School Web Site: www.shsrcbulldogs.webs.com
Trenna Meins, Principal Mary Carr, School Secretary
Eighteenth Sunday in
Ordinar y Time
MASS SCHEDULE in English
Mon– Sat: 7:30 AM Wed: 6:15 PM Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM (w/ American Sign Language),
12:30 PM, 5:00 PM
Decimo Octavo Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
HORARIO DE MISAS en Español
Martes: 6:15 PM
Domingo: 8:30 am (con Lengua de Signos) y 7:00 PM
Baptisms/Bautizos
Three months of preparation are recommended. Please pick up a baptismal
packet in the office or call ext, 113 or115 for more information.
Se recomiendan tres meses de preparación. Pase a la oficina por un packete
para bautizo o llame a las ext. 113 o 115 para mas informes.
Weddings/Bodas
A prenuptial meeting with a priest is required. One of the parties must be a
committed member of Sacred Heart Parish. Minimum six months
preparation required. Any previous marriage must be cleared before a date
is scheduled and preparation can begin. Call ext.133 for an appointment.
Se requiere una junta prenupcial con el sacerdote. Una persona de la pareja
debe ser un miembro de la parroquia del Sagrado Corazón. Para pedir una
cita llame extensión 133. Preparación de seis meses mínimo es requerida.
Quinceañeras
Padres y Quinceañera deben asistir a una reunión informativa en la oficina
parroquial a las 10:00 am el ultimo domingo de cada mes. Se requiere 6
meses de preparación.
Mass Intentions / Intenciones
Mass intentions are filled on a first come first serve basis for $10 per
intention. (4 max.) Must be in person.
Intensiones para las misas son tomadas en orden de llegada por $10 por
intención. (Max 4) Solamente en persona.
Funerals/Funerales
To make arrangements for a funeral please contact the parish office x 115.
Para hacer arreglos para un funeral, llame a la oficina parroquial ext. 115.
CONFESSIONS/
CONFESIONES
Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Tuesdays 5:00pm (English/Spanish)
or call ext.133 for an appointment
Sábado 3:30 p.m.
Martes 5:00pm (Ingles/Español)
o llame x133 para hacer una cita.
Holy Hour - Every Thursday from 6:30
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come before the Blessed
Sacrament, join us to pray for all families,
our parish family and for vocations.
Hora Santa - Todos los Jueves de 6:30
p.m. a las 7:30 p.m. Venga ante el Santísimo
Sacramento del Altar, únase a nosotros para
pedir por todas las familias, nuestra familia
parroquial y por las vocaciones.
Reservation Chapel - with the Blessed
Sacrament is open on weekdays from 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Entrance is on the West side of the
building.
La Capilla - del Santísimo Sacramento esta
abierta entre semana de 7 a.m. a 5 p.m. La
entrada esta al oeste del edificio.
Scheduled this week
Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
We pray for:
Saturday, July 30
5:00pm
St Peter Chrysologus
Remedio delos Santos + Maria Mercedes Polzien Nicholas Nario Sunday, July 31
7:00am + Belen Ybarra Cherisse Rodriguez + Juanita Rodriguez 8:30am
5:00pm
7:00pm
Children & grandchildren Jessa Vergara & Family Maria Nario Maria Ybarra Daniel Rodriguez Daniel Rodriguez + Marsiana Ar aga & Inez Mireles Familia Mendoza + Fanny Pasos de Arguello Fanny Saenz + Rene Marquez Rosaura Marquez 10:30am 12:30pm
Propopulo Marie‐Line Carriere Marie‐Line Carriere  Baby Luna
Baby Blanco
 Baby Cortez
 Baby Rosales
Please also pray for women who are considering abortion. That they come to understand the sanctity of human life. May God give them the grace and strength to accept the gift He has given them in the life of their baby.
6:00AM
6:50AM
7:30AM
AA Meeting Conf. Rm.
Rosary
Chapel
Mass ENG
Chapel
6:00AM
6:50AM
7:30AM
5:00PM
6:15PM
7:30PM
AA Meeting
Rosary
Mass ENG
Confessions
Mass SPN
AA Meeting
Tuesday-August 2, 2016
Jocelyn Arranaga Nora Del Rosario Nora Del Rosario Wednesday
Marie‐Line Carriere Marie‐Line Carriere 6:00AM
6:50AM
7:30AM
6:15PM
+ Alejandro & Victoria Pineda Lugue Family + Leopoldo Gonzalez Maria Gonzalez + Luis Ruiz Maria Gonzalez + Alicia Mendez Maria Gonzalez Isabel Jung Rosa Avila Golberto Gonzalez Lena and James Shelter 6:15pm Garcia & Samin Family Garcia Family Thursday, August 4 St John Vianney
7:30am + Esteban Recel Vi Recel Friday, August 5 Dedication of the Basilica of St Mary Major
Sister Michelle, O.C.D. Pat Dougherty & Sally DeSilva
Saturday, August 6
Guillermo Fitzmaurice
Patsy Torres
Lorana Fitzmaurick
Ruby Laponis
Tiffany West Kepford
Wexler Vila
Andrea Sekona
Demy Calma
Maria Beltran
Mary Bermudez
Gladys Giron
Agustin Vazquez
Alice Vazquez
Francisco Espinosa
Chapel
Chapel
Church
Church
Library
August 3, 2016
AA Meeting
Rosary
Mass ENG
Mass ENG
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Chapel
Chapel
Please pray for all our
relatives and friends
serving in the military:
ARMY
John Portillo
Amy Deck
Brianna C Hdz
Anthony S.
AIR FORCE
Carissa Deck
Kristin Queen
Addison Queen
Sean Queen
Jacob A. Quintanilla NAVY
Marco A Rivera
Joseph Linares
Stephen Abarca Kevin Chavez
Zedrix P Santos
MARINES
6:00AM
6:50AM
7:30AM
6:30PM
AA Meeting Conf. Rm.
Rosary
Chapel
Mass ENG
Chapel
XLT Holy Hr
Church
Friday –August 5, 2016
6:00AM
AA Meeting Conf. Rm.
6:50AM
Rosary
Chapel
7:30AM
Mass ENG
Chapel
24 Hour Adoration Starts after mass
7:30PM
Healing Mass Church
Saturday-August 6, 2016
7:30AM
3:30PM
5:00PM
Mass Bilingual Church
Confessions Church
Mass ENG
Church
Carlos E Rodriguez
Didi Abrenio Please pray for all our sick relatives and friends:
Milta Negron
Conchita Villanueva
Gil Ybe
Anita Ceballos
Frank de Lima
Don Calzia
Conf.Rm.
Thursday-August 4, 2016
Andrew Gutierrez
De Guzman Family Mass ENG
Church
Mass SPN
Church
Child. Lit.
Horvath
Little Lambs Library
Mass ENG
Church
Mass ENG
Church
Mass ENG
Church
Mass SPN
Church
Monday-August 1, 2016
+ Gloria Glifonea Wednesday, August 3
7:30am + Joanne Barer 7:30 am
 Baby Varela
 Baby Mathews
Baby Cervantes
Baby Calma-Zaide
Jocelyn Arranaga Tuesday, August 2 St Eusebious of Vercelli / St Peter Julian Eymard
7:30am + Wilma Vijandre Zenaida Serrano 7:30am
Please pray for all unborn
babies and their families:
7:00AM
8:30AM
8:30 AM
10:00AM
10:30AM
12:30PM
5:00PM
7:00PM
+ Carlos Glifonea Monday, August 1 St Alphonsus Liguori
7:30am Irene Jung 6:15pm
Sunday-July 31, 2016
Requested By:
Asteria M. Espinosa
Jesus Rodriguez G.
Jacqueline Rouin
Abby Co
Jessica Palma
Alma Capati
Pete Valdez
Delfina Cuevas
Join us to pray for all who recently died:
“It is a good and wholesome thing to pray for the dead” (2 Maccabees 12:45‐46) Lilia Agbayani
Pedro Villegas
Malcolm Phillips
Terry Taylan
Nicholas Amadi
Doreen Richichi
Charlie Villanueva
Rosario Panaligan
Solina Sollander
Delia Acensio Perez
Rudy Sorriano
Angelina Macias
Edith Davis
Mattie Roa
John Fanzo
Antonio Luna
Dionisio Garza III
Vincent Miao
Juan Pablo Pardo
José Gonzalez
Carlos Manzano
Richard Omana
Nicholas Solima
Shirley Solis
Hortencia Madamba
Carlos Lopez Jr.
Procopio Torres
Cornelia Lucero
Baby Ben Sekona
+Jesus Antonio Sanchez
Page 3 Our Site with Fr. Ben / Nuestro Enfoque de la Fe con Padre Ben July 31, 2016 “If Today You Hear His Voice, harden not your hearts”
"Si Oyen Hoy Su Voz, No Endurezcan Sus Corazones"
One of the most difficult things in life is to listen intently to the voice of God
over the heated rhetoric that seems to consume every minute of our day,
particularly as we enter into the sometimes partisan discussions that follow
political conventions, protests over senseless violence, even the competitions
of the Olympics. It can become tempting to simply want to isolate ourselves
and pretend that somehow God is not calling us to be a Catholic Christian
voice in the political life of this nation.
Una de las cosas más difíciles en la vida es escuchar atentamente la voz
de Dios por encima de la intensa retórica que parece consumir cada minuto de
nuestra vida, en particular cuando participamos en las discusiones partidistas
después de las convenciones políticas, protestas sobre violencia sin sentido, aun
las competencias de las Olimpiadas. A veces nos sentimos tentados a aislarnos y
pretender que de alguna manera Dios no nos está llamando a ser una voz
Católica Cristiana en la vida política de esta nación.
Yet in Evangelii Guadium Pope Francis reminds us “…
redemption has a social dimension…the Holy Spirit is at work
in everyone…penetrating every human situation and all social
bonds…[bringing] forth in our lives and actions a primary and
fundamental response: to desire, seek, and protect the good of
others.” (178) and in Forming Consciences for Faithful
Citizenship (FC) the bishops of the United States state that we
share a (1) “…tradition of religious freedom and political
participation…face serious challenges that are both political
and moral…and as Catholics we are called to participate in
public life in a manner consistent with the mission of our
Lord. Pope Francis teaches an authentic faith involves a deep
desire to change the world, to transmit values, to leave this
earth somehow better than we found it…the Church, ‘cannot and must not
remain on the sidelines in the fight for justice.’ (EG, 183) “
Sin embargo en Evangelii Guadium el Papa Francisco
nos recuerda "...la redención tiene un sentido social...el Espíritu
Santo actúa en todos...penetra toda situación humana y todos los
vínculos sociales...desencadenando en nuestras vidas y acciones
un profundo deseo de buscar y proteger el bien de los
demás," (178) y en Formando Conciencias para ser Ciudadanos
Fieles (CF) los obispos de los Estados Unidos indican que
compartimos (1) "...una tradición de libertad religiosa y
participación política...nos enfrentamos a retos serios tanto
políticos como morales...y como católicos se nos exhorta a
participar en la vida pública de una manera consistente con la
misión de nuestro Señor. El Papa Francisco enseña que la fe
auténtica implica un profundo deseo de cambiar el mundo, de
transmitir valores, de dejar algo mejor detrás de nuestro paso por
la tierra...la Iglesia "no puede ni debe quedarse al margen en la lucha por la
justicia.' (EG, 183)."
This political reality offers us the opportunity and the challenge to help shape
a reality in which the fundamental principles upon which this nation was
founded, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, are insured to all. We are
challenged to be a voice of life: especially for the unborn, the terminally ill,
the elderly, the most vulnerable in our society; to be peace makers in a nation
at war; to oppose violence in all its manifestation, even the death penalty: to
pledge a pursuit of ‘liberty and justice for all’: working against the divisions
so often caused by race, ethnicity, economic inequality; the challenges of
immigration reform; the many who live in poverty, lack healthcare and the
basic necessities of life: and to remember that we are part of a global
community: building a safer, more peaceful world; being good stewards of
the environment; living in solidarity. (FC, 2) Therefore the bishops state that
“…responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation is a moral
obligation…as far as possible citizens should take an active part in public
life” (FC, 13). The Church will not indorse individuals but rather seeks to
help form individual consciences so that Catholics can make personal choices
from a properly formed conscience, recognizing that participation goes well
beyond casting a vote in a particular election. (FC, 7)
Esta realidad política nos ofrece la oportunidad y el reto de ayudar a
moldear una realidad en la cual, se asegure para todos, los principios
fundamentales sobre los cuales se fundó esta nación, vida, libertad y la búsqueda
de la felicidad. Se nos reta a ser una voz de vida: especialmente para los que no
han nacido, los desahuciados, los ancianos, los más vulnerables en nuestra
sociedad; a ser los pacificadores en una nación en guerra; a oponernos a la
violencia en toda su manifestación, aun la pena de muerte: a proclamar la
búsqueda de la 'libertad y justicia para todos': a luchar en contra de las divisiones
causadas a menudo por raza, origen étnico, desigualdad económica, retos de la
reforma de inmigración; los muchos que viven en pobreza, la falta de cuidado
médico, las necesidades básicas de la vida. Debemos recordar que somos parte
de una comunidad global; que debemos construir un mundo más seguro y
pacífico; cuidar el medio ambiente; vivir en solidaridad. (CF, 2) Por lo tanto, los
obispos declaran que "...vivir como ciudadanos fieles es una virtud, y participar
es una obligación moral... En lo que se pueda, los ciudadanos deben tomar parte
activa en la vida pública" (FC, 13). La Iglesia no respalda a individuos, sino que
intenta formar conciencias individuales para que los católicos puedan tomar
decisiones personales basadas en una conciencia adecuadamente formada,
reconociendo que la participación va más allá de un simple voto en una elección
específica. (FC, 7)
So what is a good Catholic citizen to do? First and foremost they need to
participate to the level possible, if eligible they need to register to vote and
exercise that privilege at every opportunity. Secondly they should listen to
authoritative resources, not partisan rhetoric, but statements and analysis
which come from the USCCB, the California Conference of Catholic
Bishops, or the Bishop’s Office. They need to determine to what extend a
candidate stands for a ‘consistent ethic of life’; rightly understood this is a
fundamental respect for the dignity of every person and does not reduce
Catholic social teaching to only one or two issues; critically analyzing
campaign rhetoric for its support of the dignity of the human person
(opposing abortion, euthanasia, human cloning, capital punishment, war,
torture, racism, human trafficking, violence); subsidiarity (showing concern
for the economic, social, cultural, educational, professional expressions
which make social growth possible); the common good (the social and
community dimension of the moral good; food, shelter, education,
employment, health care, housing, etc.), solidarity (one human family
regardless of national, racial, ethnic, economic, and ideological differences;
welcoming the stranger ensuring opportunities for safe homes, education for
children, a chance for a decent life; be peacemakers).
Listening to the voice of God allows us to make political choices based upon
moral principles, the needs of the weak rather than benefits of the strong,
pursuit of the common good rather than the demands of narrow interest (FC,
61). Read Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, check the Faithful
Citizen page at the Diocesan website (www.sbdiocese.org), join the
California Legislative Network (www.cacatholic.org), participate in the
political process on Election Day and every day with “…a well-formed
conscience aided by prudence.” (FC, 31)
May you always be open to the voice of God calling the greatest good out of
you.
Dcn. Ed
¿Qué debe entonces hacer un buen ciudadano católico? Antes que nada
deben participar en todo lo que puedan, si son elegibles deben registrarse para
votar y ejercitar ese privilegio en cada oportunidad que tengan. Segundo, deben
escuchar a los recursos autorizados, no a la retórica partidista, sino a
declaraciones y análisis que provengan de USCCB (Conferencia Católica de
Obispos de los Estados Unidos), o de la Oficina del Obispo. Necesitan
determinar hasta qué grado un candidato apoya una 'ética de vida consistente';
correctamente entendido, un respeto fundamental por la dignidad de toda
persona y no reduce la enseñanza social católica a sólo una o dos cuestiones;
analizando de manera crítica la retórica de la campaña por su apoyo a la
dignidad de la persona (oponiéndose al aborto, la eutanasia, la clonación de
humanos, la pena de muerte, la guerra, la tortura, el racismo, la trata de
humanos, la violencia); la subsidiariedad (mostrando interés por las expresiones
económicas, sociales, culturales, educativas, profesionales las cuales hacen
posible el crecimiento social); el bien común (la dimensión social y comunitaria
del bien moral; comida, albergue, educación, empleo, cuidado médico, vivienda,
etc.), solidaridad (una familia humana sin importar las diferencias nacionales,
raciales, étnicas, económicas, e ideológicas; dando la bienvenida al extraño
asegurando oportunidades de vivienda segura, educación para los niños, la
oportunidad de poder vivir una vida decente; ser pacificadores).
Escuchar la voz de Dios nos permite optar por opciones políticas
basadas en principios morales, las necesidades del débil en vez de los beneficios
del fuerte, la búsqueda del bien común en vez de las exigencias del interés de
unos pocos (FC, 61). Lea Formando Conciencias para ser Ciudadanos Fieles,
cheque la página Ciudadanos Fieles en el sitio web Diocesano
(www.sbdiocese.org), únase a California Legislative Network
(www.catholic.org), participe en el proceso político el Día de las Elecciones y
todo los días "...una conciencia bien formada con la ayuda de la
prudencia." (FC,31)
Ojalá que siempre estemos abiertos a la voz de Dios que llama al mayor
bien de usted.
Diácono Ed
Page 4 Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 31, 2016 A en on
Married Couples! Weekly Readings
Monday:
Jer 28:1-17;
Ps 119:29, 43, 79, 80, 95, 102;
Mt 14:13-21
Tuesday:
Jer 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22; Ps 102:16-21, 29, 22-23; Mt
14:22-36 or Mt 15:1-2, 10-14
Wednesday:
Jer 31:1-7; Jer 31:10, 11-12ab, 13; Mt 15:21-28
Thursday:
Jer 31:31-34; Ps 51:12-15, 18-19; Mt 16:13-23
Friday:
Na 2:1, 3; 3:1-3, 6-7; Dt 32:35cd-36ab, 39abcd, 41;
Mt 16:24-28
Saturday:
Dn 7:9-10, 13-14; Ps 97:1-2, 5-6, 9; 2 Pt 1:16-19; Lk
9:28b-36
v
Wis 18:6-9; Ps 33:1, 12, 18-22; Hb 11:1-2, 8-19 [1-2,
8-12]; Lk 12:32-48 [35-40]
Give each other a wonderful gi . Enrich your marriage and your lives by par cipa ng in the Marriage Enrichment Weekend right here at Sacred Heart!
The weekend retreat will give you and your spouse an opportunity to enrich your marriage through sharing of experiences, reflec on and interac on with other couples in a very real, down‐to‐earth program. The weekend is September 9, 10 and 11, 2016. All meals included and couples go home each night. The fee is $40. For more informa on or an applica on form please contact Tom & Rocio Heard (951) 235‐6484 or David & Joanne Diolata (626) 802‐8419 You may also visit our website at www.mesacredheart.com We invite you to take totally FREE CLASSES!!! These classes are offered for to help
you prepare for the citizenship exam
that includes 100 questions about
history, geography, reading, writing,
rights & responsibilities as a US
citizen.
Classes will be held in the library
on Saturdays for 6 weeks starting
August 6th — September 3rd
from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm.
Contact the Social Justice Ministry
for more information
Sandra Gonzalez to 909-921-3163.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!
Page 5 Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 24, 2016 July 31, 2016 “And behold, I am with you always,
to the end of the age”
- Mathew 28:20
You’re all invited to spend Holy
Hour with our Lord every
Thursdays at 6:30 pm.
All First Communion pictures are ready for pick up in our office. If you have not picked up your child’s pictures, please Pick up at your earliest convenience. Thank you! Religious Ed Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday 9am-5pm
909-803-1452
Sacred Heart Paroquial School
(909) 899-1049 ext. 400
Office Hours: Monday –Friday. 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
School starts August 22, 2016
After August 15 : 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Please call the school for a tour, registrations or to have
your child evaluated.
WEEKLY COLLECTION Collection
WEEKLY BUDGET
$ 23,760.00
Thank you!
7/17
$19,771.40 (Correction)
Env. used 579
Collection 7/26
$21,005.00
DDF $ 2,486.30
Env. Used 578
Page 6 Page 6 Youth & Young Adult Ministry July 24, 2016 Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 24, 2016 July 31, 2016 Please join us for our XLT Holy
Hour on Thursday, August 4th
at 6:30
No EDGE night on August 3rd!
The Youth Office will not be open for
registrations on Thursday, August
4th!
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
The Office of Youth &
Young Adult Ministry is
looking for young adult &
adult volunteers for
Confirmation, Life Teen, &
Edge! If you love God &
would love to share the
Gospel with young people,
contact Chika or Melissa
(see below)!
Office hours are Tuesday – Thursday from
12:00 – 5:00pm
Training is available!
WEEKLY TIPS ON HOW TO STAY
ACTIVE DURING YOUR SUMMER
VACATION!
Pray the Lord’s Prayer twice a day.
Once every morning and once every
Melissa Taylor:
Andre Dineros:
Chika Anyanwu:
Bible Study
Every Tuesday at 6pm
YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday 1-5pm
Youth Minister
Melissa. [email protected]
YM. Admin. Assistant
Andre. [email protected]
Confirmation Coordinator
[email protected]
909-803-1421
909-803-1422
909-803-1423
Page 7 Page 7 Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 24, 2016 July 31, 2016 Lecturas de la Semana
Lunes:
Jer 28:1-17; Sal 119 (118):29, 43, 79, 80,
95, 102; Mt 14:13-21
Martes:
Jer 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22; Sal 102 (101):16-21,
29, 22-23; Mt 14:22-36 o Mt 15:1-2, 10-14
Miércoles:
Jer 31:1-7; Jer 31:10, 11-12ab, 13;
Mt 15:21-28
Jueves:
Jer 31:31-34; Sal 51 (50):12-15, 18-19;
Mt 16:13-23
Viernes:
Nah 2:1, 3; 3:1-3, 6-7; Dt 32:35cd-36ab, 39abcd, 41;
Mt 16:24-28
Sábado:
Dn 7:9-10, 13-14; Sal 97 (96):1-2, 5-6, 9; 2 Pe 1:1619; Lc 9:28b-36
Domingo: Sab 18:6-9; Sal 33 (32):1, 12, 18-22;
Heb 11:1-2, 8-19 [1-2, 8-12]; Lc 12:32-48 [35-40]
F
Movimiento
Familiar Cristiano
“Haz de tu hogar un lugar de
Amor y Armonía”
Ven a formar parte del
MFCC-USA
Somos una agrupación de familias
cristianas que unen sus esfuerzos
para los valores humanos y cristianos
de la familia.
Contactos
Guillermo & Carmen Navarro 909-782-3232 ~ 909-782-3233
¡¡¡Lo Invitamos a Tomar Clases
COMPLETAMENTE GRATUITAS!!!
Estas clases se ofrecen para ayudarlo
a prepararse para el examen para la
ciudadanía que incluye 100
preguntas acerca de historia,
geografía, lectura, escritura,
derechos y responsabilidades de un
ciudadano de los E.E.U.U.
Las clases se llevarán a cabo en la
biblioteca los sábados del
6 de agosto al 3 de septiembre
de las 10:00 a.m. a las 12:30 p.m.
Para más información, por favor
comuníquese con el
Ministerio de Justicia Social.
Sandra González 909-921-3163
Page 8 Page 8 Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 31, 2016 July 24, 2016 “y he aquí, yo estoy con
vosotros, todos los días hasta el
fin del mundo”
- Mateo 28:20
Se les invita a pasar la Hora
Santa con nuestro señor todos los
Jueves a las 6:30pm
Las fotos de la Primera Comunión ya están listas para recogerse en nuestra oficina. Si no ha pasado por las fotos de su hijo o hija, por favor hágalo lo mas pronto posible. Oficina de la Educacion Religiosa
Horario:
Lunes a Jueves 10am-6pm
Viernes9am-5pm
909-803-1452
Escuela Parroquial del Sagrado Corazon
(909) 899-1049 ext. 400
Horas de oficina: Lunes a Viernes. 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Clases empiezan el Lunes, 22 de Agosto
Horario despues del 15 de Agosto; 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Llame a la escuela para un recorrido, inscripciones
o para evaluacion.
COLECTA SEMANAL Colecta 7/17
WEEKLY BUDGET
$ 23,760.00
¡ Gracias!
$19,771.40 (Corrección)
Sobres usados 599
Colecta 7/26
$21,005.00
DDF $ 2,486.30
Sobres Usados 578
Page 9 Page 9 Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 24, 2016 July 31, 2016 Enter the CAKE DECORATING CONTEST
Compete in the Best Decorated, Funniest and Creative categories of cake decorating!
Contact the parish office to sign up . Cakes will need to be 1/4 sheet and decorated to be
submitted for judging. Cakes submitted will support the cake walk.
Enter the SALSA CONTEST
Calling all salsa makers! Enter to win “Sacred Hearts Best Salsa” title and prize. Please
call the parish office to tell us what salsa you’ll be making for the contest.
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Pre--Sale Food Tickets
Buy now and get more for your money!
Call the office for more information
CONCURSO DE SALSAS
¡Atención todos los que preparan salsa! Concursen para ganar el premio de "La Mejor
Salsa del Sagrado Corazón". Favor de llamar a la oficina de la parroquia para registrarse y
decirnos qué salsa va a preparar para el concurso.
Compita en el CONCURSO
DE PASTELES
¡Compita en las categorías de decoración de pasteles del Mejor Decorado, el Más
Gracioso, y el Más Creativo! Favor de contactar a la oficina de la parroquia para
registrarse. Los pasteles deberán ser de 1/4 plancha (1/4 sheet) y estar decorados para
concursar. Los pasteles concursantes se utilizarán para el
juego "Cake Walk".
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Pre venta de Boletos de Comida
para pre sus B
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¡Compre ahora y obtenga mas por su dinero!
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o $5
Llame a la oficina para mas información
Page 10 Diocesan Events / Eventos Diocesanos July 31, 2016 Take Charge of Your Life
One day retreat
August 6,13 or 27th.
10 am to 3 pm
$25 includes lunch
Srs. St. Benedict, Grand Tarrace
Reservations: 909-783-4121
Consider attending as a guest if you're
experiencing hardship.
iPhone and Android APP:
“SACRED HEART RANCHO CUCAMONGA”
Page 11 THANK
YOU
Gratitude Page July 31, 2016 We had wonderful representation at the Immigrant mass held on
July 17th at the Los Angeles Cathedral. We thank all of those
that attended the mass and for sharing their experience.
May God continue to bless you.
Tuvimos representación maravillosa en la Misa del inmigrante
celebrada el 17 de julio en la Catedral de Los Ángeles.
Agradecemos a todos aquellos que asistieron a la Misa y
también por compartir sus con nosotros sus experiencia.
GRACIAS
Que Dios los siga bendiciendo.
PA R I S H S T A F F
“Serving God through Serving Others”
ADMINISTRATIVE
Ana Estrella, Office Manager
e-mail: [email protected]
Vivian Huizar, Office Assistant/Sacramental Records
e-mail: [email protected]
Aileen Arrezola, Bookkeeper
e-mail: [email protected]
Asteria Garcia , Office Assistant/Bulletin Editor
e-mail: [email protected]
Gladys Giron, Office Assistant
e-mail: [email protected]
Blanca Marrufo, Adm. Assistant to the Pastor
e-mail: [email protected]
Rosa Talamantes, Dir. of Hispanic Ministry & Multi-Cultural Cord.
e-mail: [email protected]
ext.111
ext. 113
ext. 114
ext. 115
ext. 115
ext. 133
ext. 145
FACILITIES
LITURGICAL
Mary Dias, Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries
e-mail: [email protected]
Thomas Haynes, Audio Visual Coordinator
e-mail: [email protected]
Regina Eskridge, Liturgy Ast./Cord. of Neighborhood Comm.
[email protected]
FAITH FORMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY
Cecilia Fornelli, CCM
e-mail: [email protected]
Monica Hernandez, RE Administrative Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
Maria Trujillo, RE Administrative Assistant
e-mail: [email protected]
Melissa Taylor, Youth Minister
e-mail: [email protected]
Andre Dineros, Y/M Administrative Assistant
e-mail: [email protected]
Chika Anyanwu, Coordinator of Confirmation and Young Adults
e-mail: [email protected]
ext. 701
ext. 131
Carlos Sanchez, Facility Manager
e-mail: [email protected]
Salvador Marquez, Lawn Care
Maria Mejia, Rectory Housekeeper/Cook
Francisco Valenzuela, Maintenance
ext. 150
ext.151
ext. 152
ext. 121
ext. 122
ext. 123
ext. 552
ext. 118
ext.115
ext.118
PARISH MINISTRIES (Telephone or Extension)
ACTS
Adoration
African Descent Ministry
Altar Linens
Altar Server
Arts / Environment
Bereavement Ministry
Children’s Liturgy
Children’s Performing Arts
Church Cleaning
Coffee & Donut Ministry
Communion to Homebound
Cursillos In Christianity
Divine Mercy Ministry
Divorce/Separated Support Ministry
EDGE (Middle School)
Ext. Min. of Holy Communion
Faith on Fire
Filipino Ministry
Finance Council
Fire Starter
Food Pantry
Guadalupano’s (bilingual)
Grief Ministry
Health Ministry
Jail Ministry
Knights of Columbus
Readers
LifeTeen (High School)
Light of Jesus Family Ministry
Little Lambs
Lumen Christi Young Adults
Marriage Encounter
Marriage Enrichment
Marriage Preparation
Mary’s Hands Cir (Crafting Ministry)
Men’s Fellowship
Multi Cultural Fellowship
Music
Natural Family Planning
Parent Life
Parish School Board
Martin Vargas
(909)239-5634
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
Philomina Nwarueze
(909)743-9419
Judy Oziminski
(909)484-7350
Rene Echiverri
(909)904-1611
Veronica Assal
(909)899-1049
Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Teresa Ortega
(714)883-5177
Alejandro & Ana Castro
(909)519-7663
Mary Orduño
(909)561-2950
Eric Batoon email: [email protected]
ext. 244
Gio Peralta
909-921-6974
Jay Plaza
(909)-559-1102
Kathyrn Cramm
(909)477-9338
Anne Magodoro
(909)518-7637
Julia Raymond
(909)945-9233
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Leona O’Brien
(909) 232-6851
Jojo Lazo
(937)701-7472
Tony Morales
(909)528-3259
Teresa Chavez
(909)899-1049
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Rod Morales
(909)489-3933
See Breavement Ministry
—————Rose Morales
(626)216-3496
Greg Estrella
[email protected]
Jim Hernandez
(951)897-9973
Robert Covington
(909)350-3277
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Lester Pasimio
(626)643-0012
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. # 150
Chika Anyanwu
(909)803-1423
Peddy & Linda Ascio
(909)730-1524
Shawn & Bern Judson
(909)463-9689
Paul & Nancy Camarillo
(909)239-7095
Gina Kunakorn
(909)472-8682
Carlos Avila
(909)229-6738
Carmela Giliberto
(909)256-9675
Jowie Witongco, Raul Cancio, Marjorie Saint-Louis,
Matthew Braun
Phillip & Yesenia Braunstein
John Paul Dizon
Teddy Rawson
(909)827-3078
(909)565-2727
(909)899-1049
Pastoral Council
Prayer Group– Holy Spirit
Purgatorial Prayer Ministry
Respect Life
RCIA (English)
Security Ministry
Senior Ministry
Social Justice
Spiritual Director
Stewardship Committee
Tribunal Advocates
Ushers / Greeters
Women’s Fellowship
Dave Hutson
Linda Elliott
Alicia Santacruz
Gracie Vargas
Mary Ann Andel
Tim Wyant
Julia Raymond
Sandra Gonzalez
Ana GAminer
Michael Rios
Dcn. Ed Clark
Andy Morales
Ve’Lores Thomspon
(909) 823-0146
(909)880-8885
(909)578-7658
(909) 238-6399
(909)987-9312
(909)899-1049
(909)945-9233
(909)921-3163
909-919-8102
(909)899-1049
ext. 286
(909)600-9593
(909)463-6204
MINISTERIOS PARROQUIALES
Adoración de 24 Horas
Ángeles de María (Las Niñas)
Comunión a los Enfermos
Despensa de Comida
Duelo - Ministerio
Educación Religiosa y RICA
Encuentro Matrimonial
Estudio Bíblico
Eucaristía - Ministros
Grupo de Oración-Cristo Rey
Justicia Social
Lectores
Matrimonios del Sagrado
Corazón de Jesús y María
Monaguillos
Movimiento Familiar
Música
Planificación Natural de la Fam.
Prep. Bautismal/Quinceañeras
Preparación Matrimonial
Respeto a la Vida
Ujieres
Lucy Castellana
Esther Velásquez
Patricia Hassin
Maria Brown
Olga Rios
Cecilia Fornelli
Hector y Erika Bañuelos
Joseph Moctezuma
Lydia Hanna
Irma Morales
Sandra Gonzalez
Luis Torres
(626)675-0572
(909)941-0739
(909)232-0041
(626)274-9068
(909)702-2951
ext. 150
(909)231-9072
(909)282-2142
(909)721-6440
—————-(909)921-3163
(909)854-6670
Jason y Lorena Tinoco
Nidia Vargas
Guillermo y Carmen Navarro
J oaquín Vázquez, Carlos Urrutia,
José Ramírez, Carlos Ramírez
Gerardo y Lupe Valvaneda
Rosa Talamantes
Francisco & Vicki Bellota
Gracie Vargas
Andy Morales
(909)957-2153
(559)331-5173
(909)463-6372
——————
—————-(909)899-3955
ext. 145
ext. 282
(909)238-6399
(909)600-9593

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