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- Our Lady of Peace
OUR LADY
OF PEACE PARISH
15444 Nordhoff Street, N. Hills, Ca 91343
Phone: 818-894-1176
Administrator
Rev. Mike Perucho
Associate Pastor
Rev. William A. Gil
In Residence
Fr. Kenneth Chukwu
In Residence
Fr. Victor Ozoufuanya
Retired In Residence
Rev. Peter Ha Son Le
Deacon Doug & Dolores Jones
Deacon Rey & Lally Guiao
Deacon Celso & Agnes Roxas
Deacon Gilberto & Maria Hernandez
Martha Barraza, Parish Secretary
Maribel Carrillo, Bulletin Editor
Virtus Coordinator
Receptionists
John Bonaduce, Music Ministry: 818.262.8375 or
Christine Hart,
Facilities Manager 747.234.8441
Rectory Office Hours
Horario de Oficina
Monday -Friday 9-7:30 pm
Saturday 9-3:00 pm
Closed 12:00 - 1:00 PM for lunch
Sunday Closed
Fax: 818-894-3838
Ext. 202
[email protected]
Ext. 203
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Ext. 601
Ext. 204
Ext. 201
Ext. 216
Ext. 200
Ext. 214
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March 6, 2016—Fourth Sunday of Lent
6 de marzo de 2016 - Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma
Mass Schedule
Weekday - English
Mon.-Sat. 8:30am& 5:30pm,
Vietnamese in Chapel
Wed.7:30pm
Vigil Saturday
5:30pm - English
Sunday Mass in English
8:30am~10:00am~6:00pm
Misa en Español del Domingo
7:00am~12:00pm~2:00pm
Mass in Vietnamese
4:00pm
Filipino Mass
1st Saturday of the Month 7:00pm
Holy Day Vigil:
5:30pm English
Day: English 8:30am & 5:30pm
Español 7:00pm
Vietnamese 8:30pm
Exposition of the Blessed
Sacrament
First Friday ~ Primer Viernes
9:00am to 5:30pm &
6:00pm to 7:00pm
Sacrament of Penance
Sacramento Penitencial
Tuesdays / Thursdays
martes/jueves
6:15pm - 7:00pm
Monthly Adoration
Meditación Adoración
Second Tuesday of the Month
7:00pm in the church.
Reparation to the
Immaculate Heart of Mary
1st Saturday following 8:30am Mass
Daily following 8:30am Mass
Scriptural 2nd Saturday Following
8:30am Mass
Unity in Diversity
We the community of Our Lady of Peace Parish are a welcoming Catholic family, richly
diverse in culture and language, who have chosen to come together because of our common
faith in Jesus Christ. Grounded in Baptism, in Word, and Eucharist, we are committed to give
ourselves in service to share the Gospel message of hope and new life, and to support one another in living our faith in the world.
Sunday Reflection
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
We have reached the 4th Sunday of Lent – Laetere Sunday “Joyful Sunday” where we wear
rose once again as we are half way done with this season and the invitation to pray, fast and
give alms. If you haven’t done any, begin now. It is not too late. The Triduum is still 3 weeks
away. For the next 3 bulletins, I will reflect a bit on this celebration known as the Triduum
which is the climax of the season of Lent. The Triduum is what you can say is the “mother”
of all masses. In fact, it is one mass celebrated over three days which highlights the final days of Jesus’ life
from the Last Supper to his Passion and Death to his Resurrection. And so we begin with Thursday with the
celebration known as “the Mass of the Lord’s Supper.”: Thursday, traditionally, is a day honoring the priests
as the Chrism mass usually takes place that morning at the Cathedral Church. Here, the holy oils which the
priests will use are blessed and the priests renew the promises they took on the day of their ordination. The
mass of the Lord’s Supper continues that theme as we relive the Last Supper and the Institution of the Eucharist. During this mass, a few things to note: 1) the tabernacle is emptied –the focus is on the celebration to take
place as there was no Eucharist until Jesus and the disciples gathered for the Paschal Feast; 2) no other mass
(other than chrism) may be celebrated on this day – noting importance of this celebration for the entire community; 3) the bells of the church are rung with great fervor and joy during the singing of the Gloria, only to be
silenced at its conclusion as we note a more somber tone. We gather with Jesus to celebrate a final meal with
him; and 4) note the moon that night.
If this celebration relives the Last Supper, we would expect the Gospel to be the words of institution as Jesus
said, “take and eat” and “take and drink.” However, they are not. Rather the Gospel is taken from John (which
is the only Gospel that does not have the institution narrative) and instead depicts the washing of the feet of the
12 disciples. In is in this act of humble service that the role of the priest was first defined. He is to be in service
of those around him. This act is truly present in the diaconate as this is a “ministry of service” and all priests
are ordained deacons first and reminded of their call to serve. The washing of the disciples feet is then reenacted for the Church to see as disciples are first served and then are called to serve others. For the nonordained Christian faithful, this moves us all ultimately to what it means to be humble like Christ and how we
are meant to help one another in this world. It draws us into our own vocation or helps us discover it.
The Mass continues with the Eucharist prayer, where we hear those words of consecration and the miracle of
the Eucharist takes place before our eyes. The bread is broken and the wine is poured as they have become the
Body and Blood of Christ. We call to mind that our Lord is about to enter into his Passion and Death to save us
all. And he gives himself to us in this Sacrament. Following the prayer after communion, there is no dismissal.
This has just been the first part of a three part “drama” unfolding before our eyes. Rather, we take the left over
hosts (remember the tabernacle is empty) and we process with Christ to a place of repose. From the Last Supper, Jesus went with his disciples to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray. Now, we go with Jesus to this “Garden
of Gethsemane” and we are invited to pray before and with our Lord. And Jesus asks us,“Could you not keep
watch for one hour?” Mark 13:37. You are invited to stay with our Lord that night in prayer until midnight.
And as you walk home or to your cars and look at the moon, call to mind that is the same full moon our Lord
prayed under in the Garden of Gethsemane as he asked “Father, if you are willing, take this cup away from
me; still, not my will but yours be done.” Luke 22:42. We have entered into his Passion.
Our Lady of Peace… pray for us.
Thank you for supporting our parish with your weekly offering.
February 28, 2015 11,493.00
You may sign-up for an online gift-giving at www.parishpay.com. Don't forget to include OLP in your will
or in memory of your loved one. For more information or wish to register as an OLP Parishioner, please
call the Rectory at 818-894-1176.
Queridos hermanos y hermanas e Cristo,
Hemos llegado al 4 domingo de cuaresma-“Domingo del Gozo” donde usamos el color rosa otra vez al
encontrarnos a la mitad de esta estación y la invitación a orar, ayunar y dar limosna. Si no han hecho nada de
esto, comiencen ahora. No es demasiado tarde. Al Triduum todavía le faltan tres semanas. Por los próximos
tres boletines, reflexionaremos un poco acerca de esta celebración conocida como el Triduum lal cual es la
culminación de la estación de cuaresma. El Triduum es lo que podemos llamar la “madre de todas las misas.
De hecho, es una misa celebrada por tres días la cual resalta los días finales de la vida de Jesús desde la Ultima
Cena hasta su Pasión y Muerte y a la Resurrección. De tal manera que comenzamos con el jueves con la
celebración conocida como la Misa de la “Cena del Señor.”: El jueves, tradicionalmente, es un día para honrar
a los sacerdotes ya que la misa del Crisma usualmente se celebra esa mañana en la iglesia de la Catedral. Aquí,
los santos oleos los cuales los sacerdotes usaran son bendecidos y los sacerdotes renuevan las promesas que
ellos hicieron en el día de su ordenación. La misa de la Cena del Señor continua ese tema cuando revivimos la
Ultima Cena y la Institución de la Eucaristía. Durante esta misa, algunas cosas para observar: 1) el tabernáculo
esta vacio-el centro de atenciones en la celebración que se lleva a cabo ya que no había Eucaristía hasta que
Jesús y los discípulos se reunieron para la Cena Pascual; 2) ninguna otra misa (aparte del crisma) puede
celebrarse en este día – haciendo notar la importancia de esta celebración para la comunidad completa; 3) las
campanas de la iglesia son timbradas con gran fervor durante el canto del Gloria, solo para ser silenciadas en
su conclusión para escuchar un tono mas sombrío. Nos reunimos con Jesús para celebrar una ultima cena con
el; y 4) observen la luna esa noche.
Si esta celebración revive la Ultima Cena, esperaríamos que el Evangelio fuera las palabras de institución
cuando Jesús dijo, “tomen y coman” y “tomen y beban.” Sin embargo, no son. Más bien el Evangelio es
tomado de Juan (el cual es el único Evangelio que no tiene la institución narrativa) y en su lugar representa el
lavatorio de los pies de los 12 discípulos. Es en este acto de humildad que el rol del sacerdote fue definido
primero. El es para estar en servicio de todos los que lo rodean. Este acto está verdaderamente presente en el
diaconado ya que este es un “ministerio de servicio” y todos los sacerdotes primero son ordenados diáconos y
se les recuerda su llamado a servir a los demás. Para el fiel Cristiano no-ordenado, esto nos mueve a todos a lo
que fundamentalmente significa ser humildes como Cristo y como se supone que nos ayudemos unos a otros
en este mundo. Nos arrastra dentro de nuestra propia vocación o nos ayuda a descubrirla.
La Misa continua con la oración Eucarística, en donde escuchamos esas palabras de consagración y el milagro
de la Eucaristía se lleva a cabo ante nuestros ojos. El pan es partido y el vino vaciado para convertirse ambos
en el Cuerpo y Sangre de Cristo. Nos concentramos en que nuestro Señor está a punto de entrar a su Pasión y
Muerte para salvarnos a todos. Y él se da a sí mismo a nosotros en este Sacramento. En seguida de la oración
después de la comunión, no hay despedida. Esto ha sido solo la primera parte del “drama” de tres partes que se
desenvuelve ante nuestros ojos. Mejor dicho, tomamos las hostias que sobran (recuerden que el tabernáculo
esta vacio) y procesamos con Cristo a un lugar de reposo. De la Ultima Cena, Jesús fue con sus discípulos al
huerto de Getsemaní para orar. Ahora, nosotros vamos con Jesús a este “Huerto de Getsemaní” y somos
invitados a orar antes y con nuestro Señor. Y Jesús nos pregunta, “No pudieron quedarse despiertos por una
hora?” Marcos 13:37. Ustedes están invitados a quedarse con nuestro Señor esa noche en oración hasta la
media noche. Y cuando caminen a su casa o a sus carros y vean la luna, piensen que esa es la misma luna llena
bajo la cual nuestro Señor oro en el Huerto de Getsemaní cuando pregunto “Padre, si quieres, aparta de mi esta
copa; pero no se haga mi voluntad, sino la tuya.” Lucas 22:42. Hemos entrado en su Pasión.
Nuestra Señora de la Paz…ruega por nosotros.
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — God’s people enter the promised land, observe the Passover, and eat of the produce of the land
(Joshua 5:9a, 10-12) or 1 Samuel 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a.
Psalm — Taste and see the goodness of the Lord
(Psalm 34) or Psalm 23.
Second Reading — We are now ambassadors for Christ
(2 Corinthians 5:17-21) or Ephesians 5:8-14.
Gospel — We must rejoice when our brother who was dead in sin repents and comes back to life
(Luke 15:1-3, 11-32) or John 9:1-41 [1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38].
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Saturday, March 5
5:30 p.m. Leticia Salvador
Sunday, March 6
7:00 a.m. Francisca Gutierrez
8:30 a.m. Gaudencio Cena Sr.
10:00 a.m. Florencio Llacuna
12:00 p.m. Ignacia & Felipe Carranza
2:00 p.m. People of the Parish
4:00 p.m. Vietnamese
6:00 p.m. Julio Yagore
Monday, March 7
8:30 a.m. Angelica Salomon
5:30 p.m. All souls in purgatory
Tuesday, March 8
8:30 a.m. Pepita R. Fontanilla
5:30 p.m. Issac Caratzi
Wednesday, March 9
8:30 a.m. Remigio Garcia Sr.
5:30 p.m. Issac Caratzi
Thursday, March 10
8:30 a.m. Lizette Carlton & Family
5:30 p.m. Issac Caratzi
Friday, March 11
8:30 a.m. Celerina & Evaristo Ricalde
5:30 p.m. Issac Caratzi
Saturday, March 12
8:30 a.m. Douls in Purgatory
Sp. Intention
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Is 65:17-21; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13b; Jn 4:43-54
Tuesday:
Ez 47:1-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9; Jn 5:1-16
Wednesday: Is 49:8-15; Ps 145:8-9, 13cd-14, 17-18;
Jn 5:17-30
Thursday: Ex 32:7-14; Ps 106:19-23; Jn 5:31-47
Friday: Wis 2:1a, 12-22; Ps 34:17-21, 23;
Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30
Saturday:
Jer 11:18-20; Ps 7:2-3, 9bc-12; Jn 7:40-53
Sunday:
Is 43:16-21; Ps 126:1-6; Phil 3:8-14;
Jn 8:1-11; Alternate readings (Year A):
Ez 37:12-14; Ps 130:1-8; Rom 8:8-11;
Jn 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45]
SAINTS AND SPECIAL
OBSERVANCES
Deceased
Deceased
Sp. Intention
Deceased
Sp. Intention
Sp. Intention
Sp. Intention
Sunday:
Fourth Sunday of Lent;
Girl Scout Sunday
Monday:
Ss. Perpetua and Felicity
Tuesday:
St. John of God
Wednesday: St. Frances of Rome
Friday:
Abstinence
Join a Marriage Encounter Weekend (MEW)
where couples can learn new, positive, joyful, uplifting
communication skills and where couples can work together privately to enrich their marital relationship.
Sp. Intention Give each other the gift of a Marriage Encounter weekSp. Intention end, sponsored by: Marriage Encounter and Family Movement (MEFM)
Under the Auspices of the Office of Family Life, Archdiocese of Los Angeles; and Officially recognized by Incarnation Catholic Church in Glendale as one of their ministries June 3, 4 and 5, 2016 (Jubilee Year of Mercy) Incarnation Community Center in Glendale 214 West Fairview Avenue Glendale, CA 91202
If you are looking for a seminar where couples attend separate presentations or where couples are required to
confess wrongdoings of any kind in their marriage, this Marriage Encounter Weekend is not for you.
This MEW is also for Catholic priests, religious and deacons too ! Your commitment to serve our people is
similar to the commitment of a husband and wife in marriage. The weekend tools can help you see your ministry in a whole new light and connect more meaningfully with those you serve. For more information, please
feel free to contact: Guing A. Ramos [email protected] 213 637-7330
Our Lady of Peace Parish Penance Service
March 10, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Weekday Sacrament of Penance
Tueday
St. Didacus
8 - 9 am
St. Ferdinand
5 - 6 pm
St. Patrick
6pm until finished
Our Lady of
Peace
Monday
St. Charles Boromero
4:30 - 5:30 pm
Guardian Angel
5:30 - 6:15 pm
The OLP Holy Name of Jesus
Charismatic Prayer Group,
in
conjunction
with
the
Extra
Ordinary Year of Mercy, is inviting
everyone to come back to the Lord
with
Joy
during
this
Lenten
Season. Come to the “Life in the
Spirit Retreat .”, Saturday, March
12, 2016 from 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Highlights:
Free
Registration,
Lunch, & Hand outs.
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
St. Robert Bellarmine St. Francis Xavier
St. Jane Francis
3:30 - 4:30 pm
3:30 - 4:30 pm
4:30 - 5:30 pm
St. Didacus
St. Didacus
St. Finbar
7 - 8 pm
5 - 6 pm
4 - 5 pm
Our Lady of Peace
Holy Rosary at
Our Lady of Zapopan
6:15 - 7 pm
St. Elizabeth
5 - 6:30 pm
4:30 - 6 pm
St. Catherine
HOLY YEAR OF MERCY
OUR LADY OF THE HOLY ROSARY INVITES YOU
7800 VINELAND AVENUE, SUNLAND, CALIFORNIA
FRIDAY, MARCH 4TH
8:00 a.m. Mass for Holy Rosary School & others
9:30 a.m. Mass for children & parents of other deanery schools
11:00 a.m. Mass for children & parents of other deanery schools
12:00 noon Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
3:00 p.m. Join “La Hora de la Misericordia” “Devine Mercy Devotion”
6:00 p.m. Mass in English for all Pilgrims
7:30 p.m. Mass in Spanish for all Pilgrims
Followed by singing, worship & all night adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
SATURDAY MARCH 5TH
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer & Blessing with Blessed Sacrament
9:00 a.m. English Mass for all Pilgrims
11:00 p.m. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament to end special day of prayer.
Powerful
topics, Life changing testimonies,
Anointed Speakers, Good music;
YA Skit Presentation.
Sacramento Penitencial ente semana
Voluntary
donations are appreciated. Bring
an open heart for God to fill up.
Come on time. Jesus is waiting.
For Info: call (818) 667-8998; (Dcn
God’s mercy at work upon us and through us.
Monday, March 7th @ 7PM– Deacon Luis Espinoza (English)
Tuesday, March 8th @ 7PM– Deacon Luis Espinoza (Spanish)
Wednesday, March 9th @ 7PM– Fr. Choung, SBD (Vietnamese)
Thursday, March 10th @ 7:15PM – Penance Service
Friday, March 11th @ 5PM – 8PM Community dinner –Fish Fry
@6:30PM Stations of the Cross
Saturday, March 12 @ 9:30AM
Pilgrimage to Holy Doors for Jubilee Year of Mercy
Celso).
Come to the annual ACIES event of the Legion of Mary in West San Fernando
Valley on March 19, 2016 to be held at St. John Baptist De La Salle Church located
at 16555 Chatsworth St, Granada Hills, CA 91344, from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
This is the great central annual function of the Legion, and all active and auxiliary
members are encouraged to attend this gathering for the annual general and
individual consecration of fealty to our Mother Mary after which there will be Mass.
Please bring a flower stem for offering. Hospitality follows after the celebration.
DON'T MISS this colorful Legion event. If you're interested in becoming a
Legionary, please join us as well. For questions, please call Blanca at
818-894-1456, or Marietta at 818-582-6161.
On February 25, 2016 a bus full of Youth Ministry members embarked on a mission to the Anaheim
Convention Center to meet other groups and churches from all over the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
We came.
We prayed.
We were hope bound.
Thank you to everyone that made this all possible! Thank you to our parents for supporting our endeavors and our friends and family that
came out to our Skateland Fundraiser!
Special thanks to Mr. Rurik Madrid and his company for sponsoring us with our shirts!
Word Of the Week Every Friday night
6:30pm- 8:00pm
Youth Ministry Room
Open to all high school students in 9th – 12th grade.
Scripture is scary-- okay maybe not but now that we have your attention, come join us in getting to
know scripture a little bit more. We're introducing W.O.W. (Word of the Week) from our Youth
Ministry program where we'll explore scripture in ways that will break down the barriers we currently
have in exploring God's word. Each week we'll dive into scripture and have a chance to see how it
applies to our lives today. Get ready to get your mind blown by what God has to say to YOU through
his Word.
Interested in more events like these? Contact Krysta Paalisbo at [email protected] today!
- Hall and kitchen before and after
- Gas line – during install
- Exterior lighting at night – after
Youth room
RCIA director office
- Facilities
office
- Parking lot – before and after…
Thank you for your generous donations to our
“Building Fund” which have made this possible.
Gracias por sus generosas donaciones a nuestro
" Fondo de Construcción " que han hecho esto
posible
Meeting Rooms

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