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He is Risen…... - Catholic Charismatic Center
December 21, 2008
August
9, 2009
April 13,
2014
OCTOBER
26,
2008
September
2008
August
3,
2008
November
23,7,28,
2008
Palm
Sunday
of the
August
22,
2010
November
September
02,
2008
2008
Passion of the Lord
October 5, 2008
December 7, 2008
He is Risen…...
As He Said He Would.!
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
April 20, 2014
The Catholic Charismatic Center
1949 Cullen Blvd.
Houston, Texas
OFFICE, STAFF, MASS, & RECONCILIATION INFORMATION
REGULARLY SCHEDULED MASS AND EVENTS
MAILING ADDRESS:
1949 Cullen Blvd., Houston, Texas 77023
P.O. Box 23287, Houston, Texas 77223
Off: (713) 236-9977
Fax: (713) 236-0073
Web Page: www.cccgh.com
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday ..................... Closed
Tuesday .................... 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Wednesday ............... 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Thursday ................... 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday ........................ 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
PASTORAL STAFF:
Rev. Mark Goring, CC, Director ................ Ext. 11
Rev. Francis Frankovich, CC, Assoc. Dir.. Ext. 14
Rev. David Bergeron, CC, Assoc. Dir. ....... Ext. 24
Director Emeritus: Rev. Richard Paulissen, M.M.
[email protected]
OFFICE STAFF:
Alicia Driscoll, Assistant to Administrator………….....… Ext. 32
Ann Martinez, Administrative Assistant to Director…..…. Ext. 18
Joe Lopez, Security/Maintenance……………….…….… Ext. 27
Gloria Morales, Hispanic Ministry Assistant……….…... Ext. 23
José Molina, Security/Maintenance………………….… Ext. 27
Margaret Colunga, Data Management………..…...…….. Ext. 19
Mela Gutierrez, Bookstore Assistant…………………….. Ext. 20
Noris Redondo, Hispanic Ministry Coordinator…......… Ext. 23
Pat Allison, English Ministry ..............................................Ext. 16
Skip Davey, Administrator…………..………….……….…. Ext. 31
Teresa Valadez, Bookstore Manager………………
Ext. 20
MARRIAGE & ANNULMENTS PREPARATION:
Deacon Michael Garcia…...…………………………………….Ext. 12
DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:
Fr. David Bergeron…………………………………..……..…..Ext. 24
ENGLISH MINISTRY:
Liaison
Patricia Allison, Parish Renewal
Ext. 16
HISPANIC MINISTRY:
Noris Redondo, Coordinator………………………….…... Ext. 23
Gloria Morales, Assistant….………………………….…... Ext. 23
BOOKSTORE HOURS
Tuesday……..10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Wednesday….10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Thursday….… 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Not open after Mass
Friday……….10:00 am - 2:00 pm and 6:00-7:30 pm & after Mass
Sunday………12 Noon - 2pm After Mass
Readings fro the Week of April 21 – April 26, 2014
Monday: Acts 2:14, 22-33; Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-11; Mt 28:8-15
Tuesday: Acts 2:36-41; Ps 33:4-5, 18-20, 22; Jn 20:11-18
Wednesday: Acts 3:1-10; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9; Lk 24:13-35
Thursday: Acts 3:11-26; Ps 8:2, 5-9; Lk 24:35-48
Friday: Acts 4:1-12; Ps 118:1-2, 4, 22-27; Jn 21:1-14
Saturday: Acts 4:13-21; Ps 118:1, 14-21; Mk 16:9-15
Saints and Special Observances April 20– 26, 2014
Sunday: Easter Sunday: Resurrection of the Lord;
Monday: Monday within the Octave of Easter
Tuesday: Tuesday within the Octave of Easter;
Earth Day
Wednesday: Wednesday within the Octave of Easter;
Thursday: Thursday within the Octave of Easter
Friday: Friday within the Octave of Easter; National Arbor Day
Saturday: Saturday within the Octave of Easter
♦MONDAY: Center and Offices Closed
♦TUESDAY: 12:00 Noon - English MASS / Chapel
♦WEDNESDAY: 11:00 - 11:50am Confession
12:00 Noon-Spanish Mass / Main Sanctuary
Prayer teams are available after Asamblea
7:15 - 9:00 pm - Women’s Bible Studies, Room 108
♦THURSDAY: 6:00 - 7:00 pm - Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament - Chapel
6:45 - 7:10 pm - Rosary before Mass - Main Sanctuary
7:20 - 7:30 pm - Praise & Worship-Main Sanctuary
7:30 pm - MASS
1st Thursday of each Month before Mass
Blessing of the Salt, Water and Oil.
♦ FRIDAY: 12:00 Noon - English MASS—Chapel
8:00 pm Spanish Mass
♦SATURDAY: Scheduled Events
6:00am Fishers of Men Prayer Group—Room 111
8:30am Mass for Life/Chapel
♦SUNDAY:9:00 am - 9:45 am - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
9:30 am - 10:00 am - Liturgy of the Hours (Chapel)
10:00 am - 10:30 am - Praise & Worship Main Sanctuary
10:30 am - MASS
Nigerian Mass: 2nd Sunday 1:00 pm in Main Sanctuary
Fellowship upstairs in fellowship hall after Mass
♦SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Please call the office for appointment.
♦SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Sunday……….. 9:30 am - 10:10 am
Wednesday…...11:00 am - 11:50pm
Thursday……... 6:30 pm - 7:20 pm
Friday…………..6:30 pm - 7:50 pm or by appointment
To be a member of the Center you MUST attend an
Orientation Meeting; register online at www.cccgh.com
CCC Mass for Life
Join us for The CCC Mass for Life
Every Saturday 8:30 am. In the Chapel
followed by a Rosary at Planned Parenthood
4600 Gulf Freeway @ I-45
Join us @6:45 pm in the
Sanctuary to pray the
Rosary Every Thursday
Evening before Mass
Prayer Intentions
Jim Koonce, Elilia Zuniga, Maya Uresti, Matilda Gonzales, Benjamin Thomas, Rudy Terrazas, Deacon Gerald DuPont, Bishop-Elect
Christian Riesbeck, Jesus Lopez, Ophelia Caballero, Carmen Garcia,
Helen Vargas, Elijah Mondragon, Abraham Flores, Mary & Jesse
Cordero, June Isassi, Leroy Rogers, Barbara Ryan, Tony Galicia,
Virginia Gonzalez, Sandra Longoria, Zamora Family, Alyssa Hernandez, Rita Ochoa, Bobby Embesi, Elsie Cobb, Imani Abdullah,
Isa Montes & Family, Margarito Lara, Linda McKnight,
Roger & Martha Sherman, Courtney Wells, William Smeltz,
In Memoriam
† Alfredo de los Santos † Ricky Martinez †Georgia Vega
†Gloria Galicia
This week at the Center…..
EASTER SUNDAY OF THE RESSURRECTION OF THE LORD
APRIL 20, 2014
“Be Merciful as
Your Father is Merciful”
We are not only to receive the mercy of God, but to use it
by being merciful to others through our actions, our words,
and our prayers; in other words, we are to practice the
Corporal and Spiritual Works (Acts) of Mercy.
The Lord wants us to do these works of mercy, because
even the strongest faith is of no use without works.
What are the Works of Mercy?
Corporal Works
Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked
Shelter the homeless
Comfort the prisoners
Visit the sick
Bury the dead
Spiritual Works
Teach the ignorant
Pray for the living & dead
Correct sinners
Counsel those in doubt
Console the sorrowful
Bear wrongs patiently
Forgive wrongs willingly
SAVE THE DATES
Men’s Meeting
Every
Saturday
6:00 am
Disciples In Growth (DIG)
Every
Wed.
7:00 pm
MASS FOR LIFE
Every
Saturday
8:30 am
Marriage in Christ
April 26
7:30 am
Faith in the Fire Retreat
April 26 &
27
8:00 am
DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
April 27
Mass
10:30 am
Curso Nueva Vida
3 y 4 de
Mayo
8:00 am
Curso de Formacion
3 y 4 de
Mayo
8:00 am
May Crowning
May 4
10:15 AM
New Member Orientation
May 6
7:00 pm
Foundational Series
May 6
7:30 pm
Invitation Sunday
May 18
10:30 am
MAY 6, 2014 7:00 PM RM. 124
www.cccgh.com
ENGLISH MINISTRY, YOUTH AND FORMATION NEWS
Breaking Bread Homeless Ministries
News From The Streets…
A Mother’s Prayer
By Mary Martha Primerano
Great to be out again serving your people Lord! While
visiting the people on Jefferson St. (who live in homes
that will soon be demolished) we met a young man named
Elwood (not his real name). We discovered after talking
with Elwood, that he grew up in this neighborhood. After
receiving clothing and a bag of groceries, Elwood sat quietly listening to the daily devotional that was read, and
then asked us what church we attended. He was surprised
to hear that it was the same church he had attended as a
young boy with his mother—the Catholic Charismatic
Center (formally known as St. Nicholas). He remembers
going upstairs to attend the prayer meetings held at the
old church site. When we heard this, we felt like we were
talking to a lost brother-our brother in Christ. We told him
we would like to invite him to Mass as our guest. He said
he would like that. Luke 15 speaks of things that were lost.
The lost sheep, the lost coin, and then the lost son. We
are told that the 99 healthy sheep were left to go after the
1 lost sheep. Today that lost sheep would be Elwood.
Imagine his mother’s heart when her son shares with her
that he will be visiting The CCC. I suppose this is why
God has us return to the same neighborhood. There are
lots of treasures in there, diamonds in the rough if you will.
Matthew 13:45: Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a
merchant looking for fine pearls. When he found the
pearls of great value, he went away and sold everything he
had and bought the field where it was found. God is still in
the people business.
If interested in volunteering please contact:
Walt Primerano 713.661.7167 or
[email protected]
www.cccgh.com
All CCE Students
Please return your filled
‘Rice Bowl’ donation boxes to
your teachers
And Thank You for participating!
EASTER FLOWER REMEMBRANCE
IN MEMORY OF…..
Jorge U. Pineda
Manuel Padilla
Luisa Padilla
Jesse Padilla Jr.
Andrew Padilla
Yolanda Forero
Armando Forero
Mark F. Jenkins
Florinda Velazquez
Socorro Martinez
Rudy Colunga
Joe Espinoza
Elvira Berrigan
F.T. Gillian
Guadalupe Garcia
Tony Ferril Jr.
Rosia Ferril
Tony Ferril
Jose Santos Jr.
Esperanza Pena
Jose S. Pena Sr.
Victor Garcia
Alejandro Garcia
Robert Garcia
Alex Garcia
Jesse Hinojosa
The Parents and Family of Jo Nentwich
Fr. Bob Bedard
Phocion Park Sr.
Jeanne Park
Mary Lou Gamez
Louis Seethaler
Connie Salinetro
Corinne Salinetro
IN HONOR OF…..
The Most Blessed Virgin Mary
Elizabeth Rodriguez
Norberto Mata (4/20)
Evelyn Roebuck (4/20)
Charles Ramírez, Jr. (4/20)
Melvy Reyna (4/21)
Isela Rangel (4/22)
Margaret De Leon (4/22)
Alexia Dehoyos (4/22)
Marissa Pena (4/22)
Eriani Nunez (4/22)
Sylvia Rodríguez (4/23)
Steven Martinez (4/23)
Allan Isla (4/23)
Brian Nwoha (4/24)
Maria Reese (4/25)
Kevin Romo (4/26)
UPCOMING EVENTS, RETREATS at the CCC, AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE AND MORE
Crowning of Our Lady
MAY CROWNING
Q o P Festival
Queen of Peace Catholic Church
Our Sister Parish
3011 Telephone Rd.
SUNDAY, MAY 4, 2014
10:15 A.M. FOYER
Formation
1st Prize
DISCIPLE FORMATION
Presented by Fr Mark Goring
Discipleship Series
Summer
Primer Premio
2013
Dodge Dart
Fishers of Men
July 1 - August 12
TUESDAYS 7:30 PM
Foundations Series
Spring
Fall
May 6 - June 17
October 7 - November 18
REGISTER ONLINE AT
Www.cccgh.com
Adore Worship
WEDNESDAY MAY 7TH 7:00 PM
SAVE THE DATE!
Fr. David’s Blog is at:
http//davidbergeron.libsyn.com
Sunday, May 18 @ 10:30am Mass
PAGINA 6 DOMINGO DE PASCUA , “DE LA RESURRECCIÓN DEL SEÑOR” COLOR BLANCO
“ ÉSTE
LA
DE
20 DE ABRIL DEL 2014
ES EL DÍA DEL TRIUNFO DEL SEÑOR. ALELUYA”
ALEGRÍA
PASCUA
Si queremos, no habrá un solo instante de nuestra
existencia que pueda librarse de la alegría
esplendorosa de Pascua. El verdadero cristiano es
incapaz de vivir al margen de la alegría. Por Cristo
se ha visto introducido e instalado en la alegría,
entregado a la alegría. En su vida no puede ya
existir el fracaso: ni el pecado, ni el sufrimiento, ni la
muerte son para él obstáculos insuperables. Todo
es materia prima de redención, de resurrección, ya
que en el centro mismo de su pecado, de sus
sufrimientos y de su muerte le espera Jesucristo
vencedor. Por eso los mayores sufrimientos y las
mejores alegrías pueden coexistir, íntimamente
unidos en el lecho de una misma vida.
Pero sentimos tantas tentaciones de resistir. Aceptar
creer en la alegría es casi aceptar a renunciar a
nosotros mismos, a nuestra experiencia, a nuestra
desconfianza, a nuestras quejas. Y nuestra alegría es
la medida de nuestro apego a Dios, a la confianza,
a la esperanza, a la fe. Nuestra negativa a la dicha
es nuestra negativa a Dios. Dios ocupa en nuestras
vidas el mismo lugar que la alegría.
Los padres de la Iglesia decían que no hay más que
un solo medio para curar la tristeza: dejar de
amarla. Creer en Dios es creer que Él es capaz de
hacernos felices, de darnos a conocer una vida que
deseamos prolongar por toda la eternidad. Porque,
para muchos de nosotros, la cuestión difícil no está
en saber si tienen fe en la resurrección, sino en
saber si sienten ganas de resucitar, no en esta
pequeña vida nuestra, egoísta, dolorosa y ciega. Si
esto hiciera, el prolongar indefinidamente esa vida,
sería más un castigo que una recompensa.
Por eso, la fe en la resurrección no puede brotar
más que de un amor verdadero. Cristo nos ha
dado a conocer ese amor que no pasa: “La fe y la
esperanza pasarán, pero la caridad vive para
siempre”.
Nuestra fe, nuestra esperanza de resucitar para
nosotros y para los demás, depende
estrechamente de nuestra capacidad de
resurrección, están a la medida de nuestra fuerza
de amar.
Para que podamos experimentar una vida de amor
y de fe, tenemos que morir a nuestras faltas, a
nuestras tristezas y a nuestros resentimientos.
• No existe Pascua para nosotros, si no
aceptamos morir en esa zona de nuestra propia
alma en la que estamos demasiado vivos: en
nuestras agitaciones, nuestros temores,
nuestros intereses, nuestro egoísmo. Y si no
aceptamos resucitar en esa zona en la que
estamos demasiado muertos: resucitar a la paz,
a la fe, a la esperanza, al amor y la alegría.
• No existe Pascua sin una buena confesión: un
morir a nosotros mismos, a nuestros caprichos
que son nuestros pecados, para resucitar a la
voluntad de Cristo, que es amor, esperanza,
renovación, cariño.
• No existe Pascua sin una comunión pascual: un
salir de nuestras costumbres, de nuestro pan y
nuestra vida, para saborear otro pan, otra vida,
un pan de la sinceridad, de entrega a los
demás, una vida de amor, de fe y de alegría.
Eso es la fiesta de Pascua: un cambio de vida, un
pasar de esta vida nuestra a otra admirable,
maravillosa, que será nuestra vida para siempre, en
la casa del Padre celestial.
Meditemos un momento en silencio.
¡Qué así sea!
En el nombre del Padre, del Hijo y del Espíritu
Santo.
Amén.
P a dr e N ic o lá s S ch w i z e r
Instituto de los Padres de Schoenstatt
LA PALABRA EN TU VIDA
A la luz de la solemnidad más grande de la iglesia y todo
el universo, hoy debemos estar más serenos y felices,
“por qué si hemos muerto con Cristo, creemos que también viviremos con Él” (Rom. 6, 8).
¡CRISTO VIVE!
¡CRISTO ESTÁ CON NOSOTROS!
¡CRISTO NOS DA VIDA NUEVA!
¡VIVA CRISTO REY!
PAGINA 7
20 DE ABRIL DEL 2014
ACTIVIDADES Y EVENTOS DE LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA
ACTIVIDADES DE LA SEMANA
Martes:
- Ensayo de Ministerio de Música, 7pm-9:30pm
- “Nuevo Amanecer” Apoyo para Adictos 7pm-9:30pm
- “Ven y Sígueme” Padre Francis 7pm-9:30pm
- “Sesiones de Al– Anon” 9am-11am
Miércoles:
- Rosario, Asamblea y Eucaristía 12pm,
9:30am-1:30pm.
- Grupo de Jóvenes Adultos
“Agua Viva” 7pm-9:30pm
Miércoles (Primero de mes):
- Exposición del Santísimo y
- Bendición de sacramentales e imágenes.
Jueves:
- Curso de Formación, 7pm-9:30pm
- Crecimiento I y II, 7pm-9:30pm
- Formación para toda la Familia, 7pm-9:30pm
Viernes:
- Sesiones de Al– Anon 9am-11am
- Asamblea y Formación para Niños 6 a 12 años,
7pm-9:30pm
- Rosario, Asamblea y Eucaristía 8pm,
6:30pm-9:30pm
Viernes (Primero del mes):
- Exposición del Santísimo
Viernes (Segundo del mes):
-Bendición de sacramentales e imágenes.

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