February 14, 2016 - St. Joseph Church

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February 14, 2016 - St. Joseph Church
February 14 2016
1st Sunday of
lent
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekdays
7:05 a.m. and 12:05 p.m.
Saturday 7:05 a.m.
Saturday Vigil
English—4:30 p.m.
Spanish—7:00 p.m.
Sunday
Jesus Temptation on the Mount by Satan (ca.1308-11)
Duccio di Buoninsegna (ca.1255-1319)
The Frick Collection
Henry Clay Frick House, New York
721 CHEMEKETA STREET N.E.
SALEM, OREGON 97301
Visit us at www.stjosephchurch.com
Rectory:
503-581-1623
Religious Education:
503-585-5095
School:
503-581-2147
Fax: 503-399-7045
Fax: 503-581-7271
The rectory business office is located directly behind the Church on the
corner of Chemeketa and Cottage Streets.
We are open:
MONDAY - FRIDAY
8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
SATURDAY 12 NOON to 4:30 P.M.
SUNDAY CLOSED
Our mission, in service of Jesus and the universal church,
is to make our parish
‘A Center of Catholic Life in the Valley’
thus bringing forth God’s Love, Light, and Life in order that
all might be invited to know and be known by Him.
- English 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
- Spanish 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
10:00 a.m. at the East Salem
Community Center
- Vietnamese 3:45 p.m.
Latin Mass is the 1st Sunday of
every month at 6:45 a.m.
CONFESSIONS
Mon.-Fri.
30 minutes before the
12:05 p.m. Mass
Saturday
- English 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Spanish 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday
- English 8 a.m. to 8:20 a.m.
9:30 a.m. to 9:50 a.m.
7 p.m. to 7:20 p.m.
-Vietnamese 3:15 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.
St. Joseph Catholic Parish
Parish Staff
Pastor: Rev. Msgr.
Richard Huneger
Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Edwin Sanchez
Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Nazario Atukunda
Deacon(s):
Rev. Mr. Allen
Vandecoevering
Rev. Mr. Leo Rasca
Director of Faith
Formation:
Christian Spencer
Youth & Young Adult
Ministries:
Sarah Kresse
Adult Faith Formation
Coordinator:
James Thurman
Pastoral Associate for
Hispanic Ministry:
Maria Elena Ruiz
Sacristan/Liturgy
Coordinator:
Jason Markowski
Music Director:
Doug Schneider
Office Staff:
Carolyn Burlison
Jennifer McMillen
Isabel Rico
Maintenance:
Kyle Sindlinger
Purchaser/Reception
Coordinator:
Deanna Lebaron
Principal,
St. Joseph School:
Mrs. Melissa Doxtator
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
February 14, 2016
Sunday
7:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m
10:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m.SP
5:30 p.m.SP
7:30 p.m.
Carolyn Sklemar†
St. Joseph Parish
Jose Carmen Maciel†
Rinda O’Dell†
Monday
February 15, 2016
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.
Tuesday
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
John McDermaid†
Manuel & Malvcina Alagao†
February 16, 2016
Bob Ditter†
Intentions of Ted & Joann Stuckart
Wednesday
7:05 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
12:05 p.m
February 17, 2016
Joseph Nguyen†
Frank Family†
Thursday
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Friday
February 18, 2016
Lou Howard†
Guadalupe & Cathy Diaz†
February 19, 2016
7:05 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Saturday
7:05 a.m.
4:30 p.m
7:00 p.m.SP
Maria H. Nguyen†
Peg Bellot†
February 20, 2016
Robert E. Briggs, Jr.†
Corinne Porter†
CONTRIBUTIONS:
Regular Collection
January 31, 2016
$
17,644.16
Thank you for your ongoing
support and generosity! If you would like to contribute
on line please visit our website
www.stjosephchurch.com and click on the donate
button at the top of the page.
Please continue praying for our men and
women serving in the military:
Michael E. Nielsen
Major Paul Lushenko
Capt. Kenneth Strawn
Jaime D. Ramirez Joseph Fuller
Lt. Jg. Taylor McCammon
Tom McGovern Kevin Halfman
Shawn Stanford Joshua Threlkel
Frank (Hank) Wasson III
Maj. Michael Cooper
Sgt. Kevin Blair
Capt. Andrew Buchele
David Gonzalez Mark Ramirez
Gary Nash Travis Brossard
Capt. Jacob Howard
Daniel Sheffield
Lt. Cmdr. Jon Lushenko
Gabriel Marrel Philip Candello
Michael Candello Jason Adams
Michael Odgers
Sgt. Luis E. Granizo
CW4 Erik Anderson
Paul Teters Chris Teters
Brian P. Baranek
Ron B. Atalig
S.F.C. Christopher Thorne
Lawrence Concepcion
David Martinmaas
Capt. Carlos Ortiz
Sgt. Lisa Marie Nunez
Lt. Col. Peter Derouin
Johnny Lugo Billy Cooper
Kris Kochen PFC. Brooke Rader
Lt. Col. Gilbert Shaw
E4 Jacob Cravinho
Capt. Luke Jaeger
Michael Buckley
Edward C. Barcenas
Capt. John Tuttle
Gabriel A. Estes, USAF
Sgt. Zachary Millsap
PFC Nathan Millsap
Major David Wendell
Capt. Carlos Ortiz
1st Lt. Ashley Messoline
Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Messoline
Sgt. Patrick Deleonguerreo
Spec 4, Brian Vergith
Registration Form/ADDRESS & PHONE UPDATE
Welcome to St. Joseph Parish. If you wish to register as a new parishioner, please fill-out the form and mail or
drop in the collection basket. If you are currently a parishioner and have an address or phone change please fill out and drop in
the collection.
Name_________________________________________________________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________________
City: ____________________ Zip: ____________ Phone: _____________________
If you would like to receive e-mailed information from the parish please provide your e-mail.
Please print legibly. ______________________________________________________________________________________________
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First Sunday of Lent
First Reading:
Deuteronomy 26:4-4-10
Responsorial:
Psalm 91:1-2, 10-11,
12-13, 14-15
Second Reading:
Romans 10:8-13
Gospel:
Luke 4:1-13
“One does not live on bread
alone, but on every word that
comes forth from the mouth of
God.”
February 14, 2016
The Pastor’s Keyboard - Msgr. Richard Huneger
Lent is upon us, a time of prayer and fasting, in preparation for Easter. It started with Ashes (last
Wednesday) as a reminder of our mortality (ashes to ashes, dust to dust) but not without hope of
resurrection (for ashes are the purified remains that have withstood the fire without being destroyed)!
Let's take a little look at prayer and fasting this Lent in the Pastor's Keyboard.
Prayer, I was taught at St Joseph Grade School in the 1950's, is the lifting of mind and heart to
God ... There's lifting, movement, ad infinitum, of a mind that seeks to perceive what is knowable
and to understand what is perceived, and of a will that seeks by love to bring what is merely possible
into being actual, including and excluding, in bite-size steps, along the way in Time toward Eternity
(which is the infinite simultaneous possession of all possible perfection, the "what" that constitutes
God in himself). Countering the downward "gravity" of "sin" by removing obstacles to the upward
"gravity" of "grace" (Simone Weil), the prayer-filled soul lives like a dart aimed at the Father to realize
within us the two eternal processions of Son and Spirit ("to" the Father, "through" the Son, "in" the
Spirit).
St. Joseph Parish Lenten
Mission
Feb 22nd-25th, 2016
Why pray? "A.C.T.S." has always helped (Sr Joseph Mary SNJM taught this to us in 6th Grade):
A doration
+ Focus: God's inner excellence (infinite "holiness").
C ontrition
– Focus: Our resistance (sin) before God's "mercy."
T hanksgiving + Focus: God's outward works (finite "glory").
S upplication – Focus: Our poverty (need) before God's "providence."
With Fr. Scott Carpenter
Afternoon Sessions
12 noon
Evening Sessions
6:00 p.m.
Confessions following each
session
The "positive" moment ("+") of Adoration acknowledges God's "holiness," his excellence
in himself; and that ("+") of Thanksgiving, his "glory," what God has done in our lives and in history.
“Becoming Merciful
Like the Father”
St. Joseph’s Peace and
Justice Committee
will present a DVD by
Claudia Larson on the life of
Dorothy Day,
Catholic Social Reformer,
Thursday, February 18th at
7:00 p.m. upstairs in
St. Joseph Parish Center
SAVE THE DATE
And support St. Joseph School
Saturday, April 30, 2016
“An Evening in
Monte Carlo”
St. Joseph School Adult Only
Event at Illahe Country Club
The "negative" moment ("-") of Contrition reflects sadness and detestation for sin, reversing course in hope toward a different future: Contrition is the more striking in proportion as we are
aware of God's infinite majesty, perfection, transcendence, and yet loving and forgiving providence
toward us (to know God's mercy is to sense his energy and desire toward our betterment, our salvation, our fulfillment in heaven, in a state stronger than death); and the moment ("-") of Supplication
reflects looking, with confidence, to God, to help us in our need, and is all the more confident in proportion as there is awareness of past blessings (articulated in Thanksgiving).
Let us remember that "just thinking about God" is not "prayer," but rather there must be a
"lifting," i.e., a "movement" of "mind" and "heart" toward "God" (like that of transition from member to
member within an infinite series toward its limit), whose term is a union of mind and will with God, to
know and love what God does, to be "godly," to become "transformed" into the perfect image of his
beloved Son in the Spirit, as members of the "Total Christ." The closer we come to the Light ("+"), the
more the Shadows ("-") stand out. But as St Paul says, "Where sin has abounded, there has grace all
the more abounded." No sin whose disaster is too tough for God to turn around, with our cooperation.
Adoration: Any prayer naming God's unique infinite attributes in himself and identifying
his worthiness for our worship (very prominent in Eastern Liturgies). Its style – "We bless and adore
and praise and worship Thee, O Eternal, Wondrous, Ineffable, Incomprehensible, All-Knowing, AllPowerful, All-Loving, and Infinitely Perfect and Most Blessed Trinity, and we bow prostrate before
Thee, and honor Thee above all, and beyond all, Thou who art without comparison or equal or judge
in all the universe, and in all that has been, is, and will be. Amen. Amen." Whew!
Thanksgiving: Typical salvation-history recital (such as – "He delivered them from pharaoh (his mercy endures forever), and led them through the sea (his mercy endures forever), and fed
them with manna in the desert (his mercy endures forever) ..."). Cfr. Ps 105, 107, 116-118, 136 or
Dan 3:52-90. It's good to be able to pray, seeing our blessings and salvation history as today's version of scripture's: e.g., "O God, I have been blessed with X from you, as was your servant Moses."
Parish Calendar
SJS– St. Joseph School
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CH-Church
ERoom—Rectory East Room
February
Sunday
21
PC-Parish Center RMR-Rectory Meeting Room
Gym Classrooms—upstairs in the Gymnasium
February
Sunday
Regular Mass Schedule: 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m.,12 noon, 7:30 p.m.
English 1:30 p.m.& 5:30 p.m.–Spanish 10:00 a.m.—Spanish Mass at East Salem
Comm. Center 3:45 p.m.—Vietnamese
Regular Mass Schedule: 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.,10:00 a.m.,12 noon, 7:30 p.m.
English 1:30 p.m.& 5:30 p.m.–Spanish 10:00 a.m.—Spanish Mass at East Salem
Comm. Center 3:45 p.m.—Vietnamese
11:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish CCD
11:30 a.m. GYM—Spanish CCD
1:00 p.m. GYM—Youth Ministry
3 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
7:00 p.m. PC12-3—Spanish Marriage Encounter
7:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish Marriage Encounter
11:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Spanish CCD
11:30 a.m. GYM—Spanish CCD
1:00 p.m. GYM—Youth Ministry
3 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
15
February
Monday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Prison Ministry Committee Correspondence
10:30 a.m. PC-1—Bible Study
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
5:00 p.m. CH—Gregorian Schola
5:15 p.m. CH—Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC-1—YLI
6:45 p.m. SJS-203—Communion & Liberation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Apostles of the Word
7:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Divine Mercy
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February
Tuesday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
February
February
Monday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 p.m. Daily Mass
Parish Lenten Mission 12 noon & 6 p.m.
9:00 a.m. ERoom—Prison Ministry Committee Correspondence
10:30 a.m. PC-1—Bible Study
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
5:00 p.m. PC-3—St. Vincent de Paul
5:00 p.m. CH—Gregorian Schola
5:15 p.m. CH—Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. PC-1-2-3—Spanish Knights of Columbus
6:45 p.m. SJS-203—Communion & Liberation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Apostles of the Word
7:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Divine Mercy
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3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:00 p.m. CH—Cleaning
6:00 p.m. PC-3—SP Knights of Columbus
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
6:30 p.m. PC-3/SJS—Spanish RCIA
6:30 p.m. PC-3—Knights of Columbus
6:00 p.m. CH—Mejugorge Prayer Group
6:30 p.m. PC-1 & 2—Marriage Preparation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
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22
February
Tuesday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
Parish Lenten Mission 12 noon & 6 p.m.
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:30 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
6:30 p.m. PC-3/SJS—Spanish RCIA
6:00 p.m. CH—Mejugorge Prayer Group
6:30 p.m. PC-1 & 2—Marriage Preparation
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
ASH Wednesday
24
February
ASH Wednesday
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
7:05 a.m. & 12:05 Daily Mass
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:45 p.m. All Facility—Religious Education
Parish Lenten Mission 12 noon & 6 p.m.
9:30 a.m. Hispanic Ministry Meeting
3:15 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:45 p.m. All Facility—Religious Education
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February
IHN
Thursday
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Women’s Bible Study
11:00 a.m. Adoration Chapel—Pray for Our Priests
3:30 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:00 p.m. PCafe—SJS Parents Club Meeting
6:30 p.m. PC 1-2-3—RCIA
6:30 p.m. CH—Music Practice
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
7:00 p.m. ERoom— Spanish Prayer Group
7:00 p.m. PC-3—Peace & Justice
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February
LENT
Friday
Stations of the Cross: 8:30, 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m. English
& 7 p.m. Spanish
10:00 a. m. PC-1—Prayer Shawl
6:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. GYM—Spanish Prayer Group
20
February
LENT
25
February
Thursday
Parish Lenten Mission 12 noon & 6 p.m.
9:00 a.m. PC1-2-3—Women’s Bible Study
11:00 a.m. Adoration Chapel—Pray for Our Priests
3:30 p.m. GYM—SJS Basketball
6:30 p.m. PC 1-2-3—RCIA
6:30 p.m. CH—Music Practice
7:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Choir
7:00 p.m. ERoom— Spanish Prayer Group
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February
LENT
Friday
Stations of the Cross: 8:30, 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m. English
& 7 p.m. Spanish
6:00 p.m. CH—Spanish Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. GYM—Spanish Prayer Group
Saturday
7:05 a.m. Daily Mass Vigil Masses: 4:30—English 7:00 p.m.—Spanish
7:00 a.m. GYM/Kitchen—Spanish Prayer Group
10:00 a.m. RMR—Schoenstatt
1:00 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
5:00 p.m. PCafe—Spanish Altar Servers
5:00 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
5:30 p.m. ERoom—Spanish Eucharistic Ministers
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February
LENT
Saturday
7:05 a.m. Daily Mass Vigil Masses: 4:30—English 7:00 p.m.—Spanish
10:00 a.m. RMR—Schoenstatt
1:00 p.m. ERoom—Grief Support
5:00 p.m. SJS-204—Vietnamese Choir
5:30 p.m. ERoom—Spanish Eucharistic Ministers
PC—SJS—Alumni Dinner
St. Joseph Parish Religious Education
For people who want to join the Catholic Church
or need to complete their Sacraments of initiation:
Baptism, 1st Holy Communion, or the Sacrament of Confirmation come join us!
R.C.I.A. Thursdays evenings at 6:30pm in the Parish Center.
St. Joseph Parish Lenten Mission:
“Becoming Merciful Like the Father” Join us in the Church
for Confessions, Adoration/Benediction, and Presentations on the Year of Mercy and the Journey of Lent during our
upcoming mission, Monday Feb. 22-Thursday, Feb. 25th with mission preacher, Fr. Scott Carpentier. Presentations
will follow the 12noon Mass and the same presentation will begin at 7pm each evening. Confessions will take place
before, during, and after the presentations.
 Calendar Reminders for Wednesday Faith Formation:
Feb. 17th—Regular Classes—Called to Protect Training for Children
Prayer Warriors Needed!
Our Youth Ministry Program would love to have folks
praying for us during our weekly faith gatherings and retreats. If you are willing keep our youth in your prayers as
we gather for faith formation or during retreats please
contact Sarah Kresse
sarahk@stjosephchurch.com or 503.581.1623
Catholic Newman Club @
Willamette University
If interested contact:
Sarah Kresse
sarahk@stjosephchurch.com

7pm @ Thompsons
Brewery and Pub
3575 Liberty RD S
Salem OR
REAL LIFE SPIRITUALITY FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Attention all Youth and Young Adults (18 or older by July 15, 2016):
Are you looking for an amazing faith-filled experience?
We are getting a group together for
World Youth Day 2016 Pilgrimage in Krakow Poland! If you are interested
or would like information, please contact Sarah Kresse in the parish
office 503.581.1623
Week of Feb 14
Scripture: 1 Cor 10:31 - So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever
you do, do everything for the glory of God.
YouCat: Question 274 – How important is so-called “popular piety”?
Question: What are some common devotions during lent?
Virtue: Honor
Saint: Peter Damian
Announcements:
Vicariate Winter Ski Trip – Monday February 15th
Men’s and Women’s Discernment Day – February 20th
Summer Events—Quo Vadis Days, Steubenville NW, Higher Calling
and Nun Run—talk to Sarah for details
Have you thought about serving on our youth leadership team? - talk to Sarah if you are interested
Faith Tid-Bit:
Our Lenten journey just got started. Lent offers us all a very special opportunity to grow in our relationship
with God and to deepen our commitment to a way of life, rooted in our baptism.
If you would like to be on our email list to get updates upcoming
events please contact Sarah Kresse at the Parish office
503-581-1623 or
youthmin@stjosephchurch.com
Like us on Facebook!
“Salem-Keizer Young Adults”
The place to find information on all Salem-Keizer Young Adult
events: Social Events, Service Opportunities,
First Thursdays, Bible Study, Movie Nights, and more!
Information for St. Joseph Parish
FOR YOUR INFORMATON ON FASTING AND ABSTINENCE: All Catholics 14 years and older must abstain
from meat on the Fridays of Lent, Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. All Catholics ages from 18th birthday through
60th birthday are required to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. To fast means to eat one full meal: the other
two meals that day should be less than normal amount unless they are already at a minimum for good health. Eating
between meals is not permitted; however, liquids including coffee, milk and fruit juices are allowed.

Prayer Shawl Ministry next meeting is Friday, Feb. 19 at 10: 00am in the Parish Center. Please join us!

Join us for the 4th Year Anniversary Celebration of the Dedication of Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto,
Thursday, February 25th after the 12:05 Mass. There will be a blessing of the Grotto, Rosary Procession
around the St. Joseph Campus and refreshments following in the cafeteria.

The next Senior Luncheon will be on February 24th after the noon Mass. Please RSVP to the rectory
503-581-1623 and join us!

We are looking for people who would like to volunteer with kitchen cleanup and up keep. Anyone interested may contact Deanna Lebaron e-mail—deanna@stjosephchurch.com. Any amount of help is greatly
appreciated.
If you have lost a loved one, a family member or friend, please join our grief support group. Our
support group can offer encouragement and prayerful support for you during your sorrow. For
more information, please call Sue Foster at 503-566-7611

St. Vincent de Paul Food Collection is the third Sunday of each month. Feb. 20 & 21 The St. Vincent de
Paul Van Driver is ready and willing to accept donations of potatoes, apples, salad oil, brown and white rice, dry
pasta and noodles, cereals, beans and all canned foods, especially needed is proteins (i.e., meats, fish and
legumes) and dried fruits and toilet paper. Look for the white St. Vincent de Paul Van in the parking lot.
SPECIAL PRAYER OPPORTUNITIES:
 PRO-LIFE PRAYER for an end to abortion (outside Planned Parenthood facility, corner of Coral and Wolverine NE) every Friday, 9:00 a.m. and 2nd Saturdays 8:00 a.m. (Prayer Group), as well as 1st Saturdays 9:00
a.m. (Knights).
 PATRIOTIC ROSARY—12:30 on Fridays in the Church. For information contact Gayle Strawn 503-581-4318
 COME PRAY FOR PRIESTS/CHALICE OF STRENGTH -Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. to noon in the Chapel.
 MEDJUGORJE PRAYER GROUP—on Tuesdays, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Church
 PRAYER CHAIN—call Rosi Schaefer 503-393-6259 or Lonna Bauer 503-391-8306 with your intentions.
Attention all Men of the Parish and your sons! - The Annual Northwest Catholic Men's Conference
"Be Strong in the Lord!" Ephesians 6:10-18
February 26-27, 2016
Pendleton Convention Center. Pendleton, Oregon. Conference begins Friday at 4 p.m. with registrations and ends Saturday at 5
p.m. with a final blessing. Cost is $40 includes 3 meals. Fathers and sons, ages 15 and up, are welcome
Conference Speakers: Most Rev. Peter Christensen-Bishop Boise, Most Rev. Liam Carey-Bishop of Baker, Fr. Theodore Lange,
Fr. Kumar Udagandla, and famous Catholic author- Mark Shea.
James Thurman will have a convoy going from the church and 11a.m.
For more info contact James Thurman 503-581-1623
St. Joseph Parish Adoration Chapel
Open 24 hours a day—7 days a week
Come join our Lord in this beautiful and peaceful place. Our Adoration Chapel is located on the
south side of the Church off of Chemeketa Street. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We
welcome parishioners to take a regular chapel hour or begin as a substitute until you find an hour
that works best for you.
Parishioners are welcome to drop by the chapel at any time.
Contact: Carol Joye 503-390-7288 or 971-304-4441
Adorers Needed: Mon.—12 midnight Tues.—4 a.m. Tues.—11 a.m. Weds.—3 a.m. Thurs.—12 noon
Adorers: If you must leave Jesus alone please gently close the tabernacle doors (the light will remain on).
14 DE FEBRERO DEL 2016
Comunidad Hispana de San José
1st Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
LAS LECTURAS DE HOY:
14 de febrero de 2016
MISA INTENCIONAL POR
Sábado
7:00 p.m. SP
13 de febrero de 2016
Primer Lectura: Deuteronomio 26, 4-10
14 de febrero de 2016
Segunda Lectura: Romanos 10, 8-13 Domingo
1:30 p.m. SP
Evangelio: Lucas 4, 1-13
5:30 p.m. SP José Carmen Maciel †
LA OFRENDA DEL DOMINGO FUE:
¿Por qué la Sagrada Comunión es un don
especial de Dios? La Sagrada Comunión es
24 de enero $ 4,116.70
un don especial porque en la Comunión, Jesús
Misión—24 de enero $ 1,359.00
mismo viene a vivir en nosotros. (CIC 1384).
Vía Crucis los viernes de cuaresma:
Capilla de Adoración
8:30 a.m. — inglés con los niños de la Escuela San José Abierta las 24 horas al
11:30 a.m. — en inglés
día 7 días a la semana
6 p.m. — en inglés seguido por una cena de sopa en
la cafetería
7 p.m. — Vía Crucis en español
► La Limpieza del Templo se llevar a a cabo mar tes, 16 de febrero. Se les invita a todas las personas que deseen ayudarnos en este gran ministerio.
► 20 y 21 de febrero es Día de
traer despensa - para los pobres y
necesitados de nuestra comunidad de
Salem. Puede traer papas, manzanas,
aceite, frijoles, arroz, comida y fruta
enlatada, cereales, etc.
Jóvenes Anuncios y Recordatorios:
 Paseo a Esquiar – lunes, 15 de febrero
 Día de Discernimiento para Hombres y Mujeres - 20 de
febrero
 ¿Has pensando en servir en el Grupo de Liderazgo de
Jóvenes? Si esta interesado favor de hablar con Sarah.
Virtud: Honor Santo: Pedro Damián
Pregunta: ¿Cuales son algunas de las devociones mas
comunes que hay durante la cuaresma?
El Apostolado de la Divina Misericordia
les invita a Aprender a Rezar la Coronilla
de la Divina Misericordia los lunes a las
7:00 p.m. en la Iglesia de San José.
Para mas información llamar a
Alex y José Salinas 503-569-2136.
AYUNOS Y ABSTINENCIAS
La abstinencia obliga todos los Católicos mayores de 14
años deben abstenerse de carne los viernes de cuaresma, el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo.
El ayuno obliga todos los Católicos de 18 a 59 años de
edad se requiere ayunar el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo. Ayunar significa comer solo una comida entera; las otras dos comidas del día deben ser menos de la
cantidad normal. El comer entre comidas no es permitido;
sin embargo, tomar líquidos como café, leche, y jugos de
frutas si se pueden tomar.
LECTURAS DIARIAS:
 Lunes, 15 de Febrero:
Levítico 19, 1-2. 11-18
Mateo 25, 31-46
 Martes, 16 de Febrero:
Isaías 55, 10-11
Mateo 6, 7-15
 Miércoles, 17 de Febrero:
Jonás 3, 1-10
Lucas 11, 29-32
 Jueves, 18 de Febrero:
Ester 14, 1. 3-5. 12-14
Mateo 7, 7-12
 Viernes, 19 de Febrero:
Ezequiel 18, 21-28
Mateo 5, 20-26
 Sábado, 20 de Febrero:
Deuteronomio 26, 16-19
Mateo 5, 43-48
Recordatorio Importante — Durante el
tiempo de Cuaresma. NO traer flores a
ninguno de los santos o imágenes ya que
serán removidas.
AVISO COMUNITARIO
Hemos visto que durante varios fines de semana hay personas antes y después de la Misa
recolectando dinero ya sea para alguien que
falleció o por que no tienen trabajo. Se les notifica que estas personas no tienen el permiso del
párroco para recolectar dinero afuera o en los
alrededores de la parroquia.
Nos hemos enterado que las personas no están
realmente en necesidad.
QUE ESTA PIEDA SE CONVIERTA EN PAN
Muchos de nosotros ya habíamos tenido la idea “luminosa”
antes de leer el evangelio de hoy…
❅ Que esta piedra se nos convierta en pan…
❅ Que esta vivienda se nos convierta en una residencia…
❅ Que esta carcachita se nos convierta en un ultimo modelo…
❅ Que estos trapitos se nos
conviertan en ropa buena…
❅ Que estas baratijas se nos
conviertan en joyas…
❅ Que…
− Y no es que este mal que nos preocupamos por mejorar
nuestra situación económica y progresar.
− Lo malo esta en que solo nos preocupamos de esto.
− Y lo peor, que por agenciarnos todo lo enumerado, nos olvidamos de Dios y de los demás, cuando no es que pasamos
sobre el primero y nos aprovechamos de los segundos.
❅ Porque “no solo de pan (ni de casas, carros, trajes, joyas,
y dinero) vive el hombre”, sino de toda palabra que sale
de la boca de Dios.
Y la Palabra de Dios, en resumen, es: “Amaras a Dios sobre todas las cosas y a tu prójimo como a ti mismo”.