August 21, 2016 - Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa

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August 21, 2016 - Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
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
Schedule Change Today:
Bilingual Heritage
Mass at 11:30
Spanish:
12:30ampm and 7:30 pm Spanish Mass
Weekdays:: 7:00 am and 12:10 pm
Weekdays
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday:: 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Saturday
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time • August 21, 2016
Mission San Luis Obispo
de Tolosa ProCathedral
Celebration of our Heritage
Celebración de la Herencia Misionera
August 19th is the Feast Day of our Patron,
Saint Louis, Bishop of Tolouse.
We try to schedule our Heritage Mass
as close to the Feast Day as possible.
Tickets still available.
Contact the Parish Office
An Evening
in honor of
Heritage Mass
Misa de la Herencia Misionera
Sunday, August 21, 2016
11:30 am Mass
Fr. Russell Brown and Fr. Braulio Valencia
Barbecue to follow in the Patio and
gardens, we hope you will join us
for this special day.
There will be a Taco stand,
barbecued hamburgers and hot dogs,
lemonade and water.
No charge but freewill offerings accepted.
Dessert donations needed
If you would like to bring something to share
for our dessert table, drop your items off in
the Parish Hall any time after the 7 am Mass
that day. Cookies, brownies, cupcakes,
or your favorite.......yum!
IMPORTANT:
On August 21, 2016, we have combined
our 11:00 am and 12:30 pm Masses to
one bilingual celebration at 11:30 am.
Our Lady
of Guadalupe
Mother and Patroness
of all the Americas
Mission San Luis Obispo
La Mesa de los Padres
Invites you to join us at
Old Mission Parish Hall
Saturday,
Saturday,
August 27, 2016
Starting at 6:00 pm
6 pm Social • 7 pm Dinner
Catered by the Del Monte Café
and the Mission Crew
Entertainment, Raffles,
Live and Silent Auctions
$115 per person
Reserved Seating
Tickets available at:
Mission Parish Office
751 Palm Street
Or charge by phone:
781-8220
Weekdays 9 am - 5 pm
(Wednesdays Noon to 5 pm)
Auctioneer: Gil Stork
Honorees: Bill & Faith Ann Fieldhouse
Ma. Lolita & Nicholas Pimienta
Please keep in your prayers all those
who are affected by the wildfires - for those who have
lost their homes, been evacuated, or stand in harm’s way. We also
pray for firefighters, that they
may be granted the patience,
strength, and stamina needed
to sustain them during the long
hours and fatigue.
May God watch over them and keep them safe.
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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. Michael Susank, 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
Website:
www.missionsanluisobispo.org
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
36 Minerva Soto
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
Our own Jim Braebeck is very much in the news
these days. He was named the Agribusiness Person of the
Year at the Midstate Fair with many accolades for his years
of service to the agriculture industry. That was followed by
an insert in the Tribune dedicated to more accolades about
Jim’s long and successful career with Farm Supply as well as
his service on many boards and committees.
At Old Mission, we know Jim in another role as a faithful
communicant at the 7 am Mass and a Eucharistic Minister to
inmates at the County Jail and other shut-ins. Innumerable
people have been blessed, not only by the spiritual
sustenance of those visits, but the caring attention of this
special man. Thank you, Jim -- you are an outstanding
representative of the Old Mission community and a shining
example of Pope Francis’s Year of Mercy.
“May all the attractions of a changing world serve only to bring us
the peace of your kingdom which this world does not give.”
-Alternative Opening Prayer for the Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
781-8220
26 Fr. Russell Brown
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.
Our next Social Justice meeting will be September 6th.
Use your bar code scanner for quick
access to our Parish Website
Parish Staff & Ministries
Social Justice Ministry
Finance Council
Gayla Newman
Ann Palmer
Charles Porter
Andy Carlin
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. Michael Susank, Principal
682 Palm St., SLO 93401
Living God’s Purpose in our Marriage
September 23rd and 24th • In seven hours, learn the
communication system that will transform your marriage.
Drawn from the ground-breaking work of Dr Harville Hendrix,
author of “Getting the Love you Want” and “Making Marriage
Simple,” couples at any stage of relationship are welcomed. You
will leave feeling attuned to one another, able to manage conflicts
more successfully and honor the sacred space between the two of
you - where the Divine resides.
TJ and Steve Clarke (Marriage Family therapist and physician)
teach classes as part of the couples ministry,therefore the cost is for
books only ($30/couple). Reserve early. This class is skills based,
not therapy - so personal or confidential issues will not be aired.
Friday evening from 6:45-9 pm and the following Saturday from 9
am-3 pm in SLO at the Old Mission Parish Hall.
Call 471-3301 for more information and to reserve a place.
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
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
Have you seen this great resource from Catholic Relief
Services? Check it out at http://www.crs.org/climate-change
You will also find resources for your children on this subject –
fun ideas like this book Drop by Drop, a children’s book about
a water project in Africa. http://www.loyolapress.com/products/
books/childrens/two-feet-of-love-in-action-drop-by-drop
Award-Winner in the “Children’s Religious” category of
the 2015 International Book Awards, Drop by Drop contains
colorful pictures and an engaging story that helps children
understand important lessons of how to work for justice and
peace and to help those in need.
Sister Mary Jerome’s nephew Mike works for Catholic Relief
Services. This is an organization that helps people throughout
the world. Mr. Mike came to Sister’s class and told the story
of a village in the country of Burkina Faso, which is in Africa.
The story is about a girl named Sylvie and how her village
needed water. Sylvie is unable to attend school because it
takes her several hours every day to collect the water her
family needs. Read more here http://tinyurl.com/h6cfyj5
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R
EFLECTION OF THE WEEK
August 21, 2016
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
At first reading, this Gospel passage
is missing some of the hopeful
words we read elsewhere about
God’s love for us and all of creation
spending eternity in the Kingdom.
In this Gospel we read that the door
is narrow, that not many people
will get through it, and once it’s
shut, there’s no opening it again.
One way that scholars interpret this
passage is that it was geared for
the religious leaders of Jesus’ time.
They were fairly confident that they
were among God’s chosen people
and just because of who they were,
they were automatically entitled to
enter the Kingdom of God. Jesus
came to be sure all people had a
chance to enter the door of heaven.
Many other people, according
to Jesus, would enter before the
arrogant leaders.
Reflection question:
Adult: What daily choices are you
making that will allow you to be
recognized at the doorway of the
Reign of God?
Child: What good habits are you
practicing in order to be a good
Christian?
Readings For This Week
Listen and remember through Word and Bread
Sun, 8/21: Is 66:18-21; Ps 117:1, 2;
Heb 12:5-7, 11-13; Lk 13:22-30
Mon, 8/22: 2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12; Ps 96:1-5;
Mt 23:13-22
Tue, 8/23: 2 Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17; Ps 96:10-13;
Mt 23:23-26
Wed, 8/24: Rv 21:9b-14; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;
Jn 1:45-51
Thur, 8/25: 1 Cor 1:1-9; Ps 145:2-7; Mt 24:42-51
Fri, 8/26: 1 Cor 1:17-25; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 10-11;
Mt 25:1-13
Sat, 8/27: 1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 18-21;
Mt 25:14-30
Sun, 8/28: Sir 3:17-18,20,28-29; Ps 68:4-7,10-11;
Heb 12:18-19,22-24a; Lk 14:1, 7-14
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
Reflection and questions from RCL Benziger.
http://rclblectionary.com
Mass Intentions
Initials in italics indicate scheduled Presider
SATURDAY AUGUST 20
7:00 (BV) †Aleksandra Safonova Dobkevicius
Int of Janet McIntyre Polk
5:30 (BV) †Paul Aloi
†Ernie Martin Sr.
SUNDAY AUGUST 21
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 (RB) †Manuel Limon &
Int of Maria Limon
†Ramona Cangialosi
9:00 (RB) Intention of Parishioners
11:30 (RB) †Mary Mapson
†Bill Exline
Note: 11 am & 12:30 pm Masses were combined
today for our Heritage Mass at 11:30 am
6:00 (BV) †Joe & Lena Parotti
†Pauline & Claire Bolton
7:30 (BV) †Jesus Leonardo Hernandez
MONDAY AUGUST 22
7:00 (RB) †Patti Moerman
†David Sterling
†Octavia & Michael Calonico
12:10 (RB) †Hermenio Fornoles
†Karen Maier
TUESDAY AUGUST 23
7:00 (JN) †Clay Saam
12:10 (JN) †Pablita Verry
†Lilia Warriner
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24
7:00 (JN) Int of Cynthia Valencia
12:10 (BV) Int of Nate Antunez
THURSDAY AUGUST 25
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Entrance Chant:
# 318 The God of All Grace
Kyrie: # 924 Mass of Spirit and Grace
Gloria: # 925 Mass of Spirit and Grace
READINGS BEGIN ON PAGE 207
Responsorial Psalm 117 Go out, go out to all the world and tell,
tell the Good News.
Alleluia: # 926 Mass of Spirit and Grace
Presentation of the Gifts: # 619 In God Alone
Mass of Spirit and Grace: Holy # 928 • Mystery of Faith # 931
Amen # 932 • Agnus Dei # 933
Communion Chant: # 371 Bread of Angels
# 391 Open My Eyes
Sending Forth:
# 562 Laudate, Laudate Dominum
7:00 (BV) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
12:10 (BV) †Paulina Verano
†Raymundo Verano
FRIDAY AUGUST 26
7:00 (BV) Int of Sue Pruner
12:10 (BV) †Leonardo Mara
†Matthew Will & Daniel Coudray
†Orlando Melendez
SATURDAY AUGUST 27
7:00 (JN) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
5:30 (JN) †Martin J. Nicholson
†Ernie Martin Sr.
SUNDAY AUGUST 28
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 (JN) Int of David Canepa
†Ramona Cangialosi
9:00 (JN) †Matthew Will & Daniel Coudray
†Fely Steinmann
11:00 (RB) †Ralph Green
†Gujer Sandhu
12:30 (BV) Int of Lolita and Nicholas Pimienta
6:00 (RB) Intention of Parishioners
7:30 (BV) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
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Prayer Requests...
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 June 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
Valerie Lambert
Pam Lawler
David Lewelling
Terry Lovejoy
Manuel Luvano
Ben Mangabat
Dan Marshall
Susan & Renee
Martinez&family
Vern Mason
Ashley Mathis
Carol McDowell
Enrique Melendez
Trish Michalski
Keith Middleton
Ellen Miller
Dawn Mirabelli
Brian Myracle
Andrew Philip Nacional
Anita Naylor
Cira Mejia Nevi
Cecilia Nievez
Jesse Nieves
Julian Nieves
Julianna Nievez
Nievez Family
Eileen O’Melveny & family
Nancy Page
Connie Pillsbury
Jack & Christine
Poggemeyer & Family
Brian Porterfield & family
Sean Porterfield
Alex Putnam
Dana Rasmissen
Frank Reed
Susan & Erich Reich
Rosemary Rivera
Paprocini Rodriguez
Charles Saint Vincent
Jenna Scott
Connie Smith
Diane Suderman
Susi & Erich
Phillip Tennell
Shannon Thompson
Joyce Villa
Marcos Villalobos
Keona Walker
Diane Whittaker
Carolyn Wirth
R.I.P. † 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.
SINGERS NEEDED
Is music your prayer?
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Is calling YOU to ministry!
Cantors (Paid)
Weekends, Special Liturgies
* Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) needed also!
Choral Singers
• Mission Singers – SSATB
Special Liturgies, Celebrations, 2 Concerts
• Mission ProCathedral Choir
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!
– SATB
11am Sunday Mass (3 Sundays/month),
2 Concerts
Rehearsals every Wednesday
6:30-8:30pm Sept-May
• Mission Youth Choir
Middle school and High school ages
Rehearsals Wednesdays 4:45-6pm Nov/Dec and Mar/Apr
Liturgical/Cantor training provided
Ability to read music is preferred,
but not required
Contact: Iva Svitek,
Director of Music Ministries
(805) 781-8220 x 22
e-mail: [email protected]
Our music ministry works together
to provide musicfor 7 liturgies each
weekend & other liturgical celebrations
on Holy Days and Solemnities.
COME JOIN US TODAY!
The Little Ones
Jim Burrows
Infant Baptism:
Registered parishioners
may call 781-8220, x35 for
information and dates about
baptism for their children.
Baptism classes:
Spanish class will be Sept 6 at 7 pm
English class will not meet in Aug.
next class will be Sept 25 at 2 pm
Youth Ministry
If your family would
like to be on the email list,
please email [email protected]
oldmissionslo.org to inquire
about middle school and
high school youth group
and service opportunities
over summer.
©2016 Jim Burrows www.jimburrowsartist.com
Cynthia Valencia
Nate Antunez
Rose Aeck
Dave Anderson
Santos Arrona
Margaret Askelund
Juan Barron
Joann Bernadette
Ines Bongio
Paul Bonjour
Adrianne Bright
Kevin Bright
Charlene Casciola
Jim Ciernia
Regina Clarke
Shawn Clarke
Baby Colburn
Garrett & Terra Colburn
Cathy Connor
Ty Cooper
Elena Corbelli
David, Alanna & Baby
John Deering Jr.
John Deering Sr.
Santiago, Camila Diaz
Carolyn Dolecki
Elise Duclos
Sally Equinoa
Laurie Laird Ellen
Janel Ferguson
Charles Fetyko
Faith Ann Fieldhouse
Gladys Fraund & Family
Charles Freeman
Anna Garcia
Hank Gibbs
Walt Gonyer
Mary Grimes
Garney and Vicky Hall
Randy Havens
Kay Heaton
Claire Hester
Gary Hitchcock
Geri House
Maria Jackson
Bea Jeong
Barry Karleskint
Russ Kiger
Marcia Kinneavy
Nate Kovesdi
Rachel Kovesdi
ADULT
ENRICHMENT
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August 21, 2016 • 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
This Week...........................
Saturday
August 20
E
lementary Faith Formation
Don’t forget to register your child(ren) for elementary faith formation
ASAP. Registrations forms are available in the parish office and at our
parish website http://www.missionsanluisobispo.org/?page_id=150 or http://
tinyurl.com/gnpa3q4
Consider this book for your child to learn about the mass. You can find it
here http://www.twentythirdpublications.com/cakiliegotom.html or http://
tinyurl.com/h8y5ep5
With colorful illustrations and clear language, We go to Mass introduces
children to the various parts of the Catholic liturgy. From the Introductory
Rites to the Concluding Blessing, children will discover the “whys” and
“hows” of the prayers, readings, symbols, gestures, and realities of the
Mass, so they can follow and better understand what’s happening. We
go to Mass can help children see that they are part of God’s family and
how the Mass brings them into Jesus’ loving and very real presence. This
timeless treasure of a book will be enjoyed over and over by children—
and adults too!
Terry Burrows at 781-8220 ext. 15, or [email protected]
9:30 am Docent Meeting -Serra Center
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sunday
August 21
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
11:30 am Heritage Mass
- See Bulletin Cover
Monday
August 22
5:45 pm Rosary Group -Chapel
NO Fr. Jim’s Scripture Study -Back 8/29
Tuesday
August 23
10:30 am Fr. Jim’s Scripture Study -Hall
Wednesday
August 24
1 pm Scripture Study -Serra Ctr
Adult Formation
Calling all adults who may
have missed the sacrament of
Confirmation. We have a process
for you so you can complete this last
sacrament of initiation. No, you’re
not with the youth preparing – this
is a process just for you adults. Call
Terry in the parish office, 781-8220
x15 for more info.
G
Teen Confirmation
Confirmation preparation starts
in high school, and our parish has
a two-year process with monthly
sessions. To sign-up/inquire about
the first year of Confirmation, please
email [email protected]
org. 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
Words of Wisdom
“Start by doing what is
necessary; then do what is
possible; and suddenly you are
doing the impossible”
– St Francis of Assisi
We welcome all visitors to our fair
city. We have made many new
and exciting additions to our Gift
shop and hope you will all stop in
and say hello.
While here, you are welcome to
browse and our staff is eager to help
you. Whether you are looking for
something special or just looking you
are sure to find something to educate
and inspire.
We are open 7 days a week
– from 9-5 pm. You may
also visit us online @www.
missionsanluisobispo.org.
Go to the Gift Shop for a secure
shopping experience.
A Way Back Home
al based healing of the wounds
of PTSD based on ancient wisdom
and traditions.
November 13-17
St. Francis Retreat Center
San Juan Bautista, CA
The Healing Retreat is for those
suffering from the wounds of
military PTSD and is led by a team of
four: Fr. Mike Cicinato, Pete Pepper,
Peter Sternberg L.C.S.W., and Wendy
Wade Phd., L.P.P.C.
Single room with bath $600.00
Double room with bath $500.00
Some scholarships available. Donations welcomed.
For retreat application or further
information please contact Fr. Mike at
[email protected] or
download brochure and form from the
retreat website: www.elderwarrior.com
Thursday
August 25
Friday
August 26
Saturday
August 27
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
An Evening
in honor of
Annual
La Mesa
Dinner
Our Lady
of Guadalupe
6 pm in the
Parish Hall
Mother and Patroness
of all the Americas
Sunday
August 28
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Our
Weekly Offering
13,500
The Old Mission Budget
requires $10,557.00 per week
to meet expenses.
11,500
The collection for
Sunday, August 14, 2016
12,500
10,500
9,500
00
was $ 9,654. *
*includes $ 430.00 Electronic Funds
Transfer donations this week.
We thank you for your continued
support and generosity.
8,500
7,500
LA VOZ LATINA
Vigésimo Primer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
LA HERENCIA MISIONERA
Ante la proximidad
CELEBRANDO
de cumplirse un aniversario
más de la fundación de nuestra Misión de San Luis
Obispo, celebramos con gozo el hermoso y magnífico
regalo que nos han dejado los primeros evangelizadores
de estas tierras. Se trata del regalo de la Fe que nos
pone en contacto directo con la persona de Cristo
y con el amor de Dios. Un regalo que los primeros
evangelizadores de California promovieron con
incansable empeño y una dedicación impresionante.
Gracias a esa dedicación misionera nosotros podemos
vernos bendecidos con el conocimiento de Dios y de su
palabra, recibir los Sacramentos e introducir también a
nuestros niños en el mundo de la Gracia Santificante.
Por eso hoy nos sentimos alegres y celebramos con la
comunidad en pleno (anglosajones hispanos, filipinos,
portugueses y todos) la llegada de la luz del evangelio
a nuestra región. Fue en Septiembre de 1772 cuando
oficialmente se dio la fundación de esta Misión. Desde
entonces se ha recorrido un largo camino de formadores
en la fe, de constructores del Reino, de papás,
catequistas, sacerdotes y laicos comprometidos con el
anuncio del evangelio, gracias a los cuales gozamos
nosotros de los beneficios de la fe.
Es un gran acontecimiento que celebramos con
alegría, sin embargo, la mejor manera de honrar a
tantas personas que han contribuido a lo largo de la
historia para traernos el regalo de la fe, es despertando
también nosotros nuestro sentido misionero y hacer lo
propio, comprometiéndonos en la retransmisión de la
fe, ayudando a más personas a unirse a la persona de
Cristo y llevándolas a la luz del Evangelio.
¡Felicidades! Que esta celebración nos ayude a
renovar nuestro sentido de gratitud y despierte nuestro
compromiso de promotores y trasmisores de la Fe.
P. Braulio Valencia
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21 de agosto de 2016 - Vigésimo Primer Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
Este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia y el
ministerio del Papa Francisco vienen
renovando nuestro entendimiento de que el
corazón de la Iglesia está abierto para todas
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