August 24, 2014 - Holy Family Church

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August 24, 2014 - Holy Family Church
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 24, 2014
“Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven; and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in
heaven.”— Matthew 16:19
THE TRUE MEASURE
When I die, God won’t measure my head
to see how clever I was. God will measure my
heart to see how loving I was. —Anonymous
Saturday, August 23, 2014
7:30 a.m. - For the intentions of the Holy Father Pope
Francis
By: Rodriguez Family
5:00 p.m. - +Hector Ramon
By: Ramon Family
+Rachel Renteria Reina
By: Tony & Bertha Renteria
Sunday, August 24, 2014
8:00 a.m. - Holy Family Parishioners
10:00 a.m. - +Julia & Virginia Velasquez
By: Salazar Family
12:00 noon- +Juan V. Bustos
By: Rosa R. Bustos
Monday, August 25, 2014
7:30 a.m. - +Jesus Ruiz Villanueva
By: His Family
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
7:30 a.m.- For World Peace
By: Anonymous
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
7:30 a.m.- For Peace in the Middle East
By: Anonymous
Thursday, August 28, 2014
7:30 a.m. - +Kenneth Seidel
By: Friends & Family
Friday, August 29, 2014
7:30 a.m.- For the Intention of the Holy Father
By: ARL
Saturday, August 30, 2014
7:30 a.m. -+Ramon Zavala & Eulalia Zavala
By: Their children
5:00 p.m.- +Teodora Madla
By: Rachel Madla Sanchez
+Apolinio & Felicita Rodriguez
By: Their Daughters
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12; Ps 96:1-5; Mt 23:13-22
Tuesday:
2 Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17; Ps 96:10-13;
Mt 23:23-26
Wednesday: 2 Thes 3:6-10, 16-18; Ps 124:1-2, 4-5;
Mt 23:27-32
Thursday: 1 Cor 1:1-9; Ps 145:2-7; Mt 24:42-51
Friday:
1 Cor 1:17-25; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 10-11;
Mk 6:17-29
Saturday: 1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 18-21;
Mt 25:14-30
Sunday:
Jer 20:7-9; Ps 63:2-6, 8-9; Rom 12:1-2;
Mt 16:21-27
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
In recent weeks, we have looked at the evolution of how
Roman Catholics initiate children into the life of the Church.
How did customs evolve in the Eastern Church? At one time,
Christians in both East and West preferred to celebrate baptism
in a community setting, with large numbers of adults and children initiated at Easter. The two branches of Christianity began
to split on the proper time to do this.
In the East, water was blessed in abundance on the feast of
the Epiphany, which marked, among other things, the baptism
of the Lord. Once infant baptism was fixed on that day, local
customs marking a birth began to evolve. One celebration was
the giving of a name on the eighth day, another was the
“purification” of the mother on the fortieth day after birth. In
that blessing, re-enacting Mary and Joseph’s journey to the
temple, the priest took the baby in his arms and placed the
child before the altar. Just as Simeon received the child Jesus,
so the priest received the new Christian while chanting Simeon’s prayer. Later, normally on Epiphany, the priest would
baptize, chrismate (confirm), and give a few drops of the Precious Blood to the child in a joyous celebration of the whole
community.—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Mientras que la población de estudiantes que no son hispanos va bajando en Estados Unidos de América, el número de
estudiantes hispanos va creciendo en las escuelas primarias y
secundarias. Esta es buena noticia para los latinos. La mala
noticia es que el porcentaje de estudiantes latinos que abandonan la escuela y nunca terminan su educación sigue creciendo.
De la misma manera, el número de latinos que van a la universidad continúa muy bajo y muchos de los que asisten nunca
terminan por falta de recursos, documentos legales o apoyo
familiar.
La familia constituye uno de nuestros valores centrales como hispanos. Esta no debe ser una barrera sino un apoyo para
que se eduquen nuestros hijos e hijas. Recuerdo bien que a la
edad de 6 años mi papá me hacía pasar y repasar el abecedario.
Durante la primaria, él y mi mamá me corregían la tarea, y cuando no quería ir a la escuela, me hacían ver lo difícil que es la
vida cuando no se tiene estudios. Mis padres no terminaron la
escuela pero todos sus hijos ahora somos maestros. La educación
comienza en el hogar, animen a sus hijos.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: St. Louis; St. Joseph Calasanz
Wednesday: St. Monica
Thursday: St. Augustine
Friday:
The Passion of St. John the Baptist
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary
Flowers at the Altar
In Memory: Hector Ramon
Ramon Family
Please pray for those who are sick and in
need of healing graces…Please pray for all of the sick of our
parish, including…(Regemos al senor por todos los enfermos )
Rebecca Delgado, Amparo Saenz, Amaro Castillo,Tony Barboza,
Alfredo Valadez,Lolly Lopez, Margie Aleman, Jason Brown, Jerry
Wasser, Sarah Humpfrey& Julio Villarreal.
Religious Education News:
Next Chance to Register is Wednesday
August 27, 2014, 5:30pm-6:30 pm in the
R.E. Center. $5 Registration fee at time of
registration. Registrations are for children K-5th and Junior High and High School Youth.
Must register for R.E. Classes in order to be part of the
First Communion and Confirmation Program.
Catechist Information:
Next Echoes Course will begin on Wed. September 3,
2014 ,6:45pm-pm-8:15pm. You may bring drinks and
snacks. “Role of Catechist”. Please be sure to sign-up
with Angie and pick-up a Required booklet a week before. Latest 2 days before class. Class and training is free
to those in the R.E. and Youth Ministry Program.
*** YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS ***
For information on Youth Ministry
Please contact Priscilla or Phillip Vela
[email protected],
830-832-3875, 210-845-4242.
*** YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY ***
Theology on Tap, Thursday August 28th
7-8:30pm. Blue Star Brewery, San Antonio.
All who are interested, Please meet in the
RE Center parking lot at 6:30pm
to caravan or carpool.
Worship on the River, Thursday, Sept 11th
6:30pm-8:00pm – St Joseph’s Church, Downtown
San Antonio. Adoration, Prayer, Fellowship.
Theology on Tap, Thursday, Sept 25th
7-8:30pm. Blue Star Brewery, San Antonio.
Topic- “Gifts of the Holy Spirit” by
Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller
For information about Young Adult Ministry
Please contact Priscilla or Phillip Vela,
[email protected],
830-832-3875, 210-845-4242.
2014 Festival News: Reserve your Table for the
Annual Holy Family Parish “Gran Jamaica Del Barrio” Featuring Jimmy Gonzalez Y Grupo Mazz on Saturday, October
11, 2014.Tables for 8 are $250.00. Contact Jimmy Castillo @
(830) 832-5317 –Only a limited number of tables will be made
available close to the dance floor.
Raffle Committee is looking for help to distr ibute tickets
after the masses and at other locations. If you can spare about
15 minutes after any of the masses please contact Angie
Kiesling. Thank You.
“CALLING ALL SINGERS AND MUSICIANS
AND ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO PRAISE THE
LORD IN MUSIC AND SONG” COME AND JOIN US!
We are putting together a choir to help when needed.
Practice dates will be set soon so don’t delay. Please call
Rachel for more info 830-730-7813 .
A GOOD TEST
A test of worship is how sensitive it makes me to the needs
of those around me.
—Anonymous
Welcome Fr. Martin Eke, Missionary of St.
Paul - has assigned to our parish to speak he is a priest
member of the order, he will be with us this weekend
August 23rd and 24th . The Society needs funds for : 1:)
assisting in the care and rehabilitation of orphans and
adults devastated by war and the AIDS pandemic in South
Sudan and Malawi: 2) training 100 seminarians, your future priest and 3) supporting priest in the founding/building
of new churches. Your generous giving will ensure that the
message of Christ’s love reaches the poorest of the poor in
the world. May God Bless you!
JESUS WAITS FOR YOU
First Friday, September 5th: 8:00 a.m.- 12:00
noon: 7p.m.-12 midnight
Confessions: 6 p.m.- 6:45 p.m.
Sign up-This weekend masses & next weekends
“Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love.
Let us be generous with our time
In going to meet him in adoration…
To make reparation for the great faults and
Crimes of the world”
GUADALUPANA NEWS:
If you missed our last meeting, please contact Sylvia 830-214-4124
for important information that was discussed.
August 17th – Guadalupana Mass – 8am. Roses provided by Mary Solis & Oralia Lagunas. Meeting in
Conference Room 9:30am.
**Please remember your donations for our church
pantry - For this month, please bring Baby Diapers,
either size 3 or size 4 and/or Baby Wipes **
** New Guadalupanas always welcomed **
A.C.T.S. Core Team Installation Mtg.
Meeting will be held on Monday September 15th
at 6:30pm in the CCD Center. Please mark your
calendars for this very important meeting.
A.C.T.S. Missions will be present to help facilitate
and instruct us in the selection of our Core Team.
All A.C.T.S. brothers and sisters are eligible to
vote.
Anyone who has attended and served on retreat
may be nominated. If you have any questions please call Dolores
Castillo at 830-832-9889.
S u n d a y Co l l e c t io n O f f e r i n g
August 16 & 17, 2014
S u n d a y Co l l e c t io n $3 ,744 .00
2 n d Co l l e c t i o n
for Hol y F am i l y Mi s si onari es $1,093.00
Ne xt we e ke nd s 2 nd Co ll ect io n
Co ver t he Expe nse s fo r the 5 0 th A nni vers ary
Th a n k yo u fo r yo ur co n t i n uo us ge nero u s d o n at io n s.

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