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Most Holy Trinity Santisima Trinidad
Most Holy Trinity
Santisima Trinidad
Catholic Church/Iglesia Católica
Basilian Fathers
Archdiocese of Galveston/Houston
1713 N. Tinsley; Angleton, Texas 77515 32nd Sunday of the Year - November 6, 2011
The Mission of Most Holy Trinity
Catholic Church, a parish
empowered by the Holy Spirit, is
to spread the Gospel of Jesus
the Christ in order to bring all
people into union with God our
Father, through worship,
preaching, teaching, fellowship
and service.
La Misión de la Iglesia Católica
de la Santisima Trinidad una
parroquia bajo el poder del
Espíritu Santo, es proclamar el
Evangelio de Cristo Jesús, con
el fin de unir a todos con Dios
Padre a través del culto, la
predicación, la enseñanza, la
convivencia y el servicio.
Mass Schedule/Horario de Misas:
Mass for Vocations/Misa para Vocaciones:
9:00 a.m. Saturday/Sábado – English/Inglés
Saturday Anticipated/Sábado Anticipado:
5:00 p.m. English/Inglés
Sunday/Domingo:
8:00 a.m. Español/Spanish (Nursery/Guardería)
10:00 a.m. English/Inglés (Nursery/Guardería)
Mon.-Tue.-*Thur.-Fri./Lun.-Mar.-*Jue.-Vier.
8:10 a.m. English/Inglés
Wednesday/Miércoles:
12:00 Noon English/Inglés
Parish Staff/Personal Administrativo: 979-849-2421
Pastor: Rev. Maurice Restivo, CSB, x-118
[email protected]
Deacon/Diacono: Robert Ward [email protected]
Deacon/Diacono: Luis Hernandez
[email protected]
Pastoral Asst./Ast. Pastoral: Cheryl Scott, x-109
Apprentice: Kristi Haas, x-108
Receptionist/Recepcionista: Rebecca Mireles, x-100
Secretary/Secretaria: Barbara Bohnert, x-103
Bookkeeper/Contadora Publica: Annie Damian, x-104
Ministerio Hispano/Hispanic Ministry: Luisa Lopez, x-111
Music Director: – Tim Dyksinski, x-112
Director of Parish Social Ministry: Mildred Wauson – 849-9458
CCE Coordinator/Coor. CCE: Norma Mata, x-110
Maintenance: Eleuterio (Marty) Martinez, x-105
Confessions/Confesiones – English & Español
5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Thursday/Jueves
3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Saturday/Sábado
Eucharistic Adoration/Adoración del Santisimo:
9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m., Mon, Tue, Thur. & Fri.;
1:00-9:00 p.m., Wed.
Anointing of the Sick/Unción a los Enfermos:
1st Sunday after all Masses/1er Dom. despues de todas las Misas
Directory: (Area Code 979)
Church Office/Oficina---------------------- --------------849-2421
Church Fax----------------------------------- --------------849-2425
Parish Social Ministry/Centro de Servicio Social------849-9458
Parish Social Ministry Fax----------------- --------------848-3146
Resale Shop/Tienda de 2a mano ---------- --------------849-2767
Emergency/Emergencias ----------------- --------------849-1143
Parish Office Hours/Horas de Oficina:
Monday-Friday/Lunes-Viernes– 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
(closed from 12:30-1:30 for lunch)
E MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
WEBSITES:
Parish: www.mostholytrinitychurch.org
Archdiocese: www.archgh.org
Basilian: www.basilian.org
U. S. Catholic Conference of Bishops: www.usccb.org
Catholic News Service: www.catholicnews.com
Lectionary, Scripture Study: www.textweek.com
Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 6, 2011
Stay awake, for you know neither the day nor the hour.
— Matthew 25:13
From the Pastor’s Desk
Mensaje del Parroco
As we continue with our preparation for the new
translation, I’d like to thank you for your response so
far. I know that all change is hard; many times,
though, change leads to something greater. I am
confident that it will be so with the changes in
translation in our Mass. And the catechesis is leading
us ever closer to what the bishops have called for,
full, conscious, and active participation in the
Eucharist.
I will be leaving on the Christian Peacemaker
Team delegation in just a short while! CPT is an
organization founded by the three traditional peace
churches, the Quakers (Friends), Mennonites, and
Church of the Brethren; it has support and
sponsorship from most Christian denominations,
including Catholics. The Basilian Fathers are a
sponsoring organization. The basic philosophy
motivating CPT is to see what might happen in the
world if Christians would put as much sacrifice and
effort into making peace as soldiers do in making
war. In other words, it is not an easy task. Just as our
military men and women make great sacrifices, so do
CPTers around the world. CPT men and women have
been injured, and some have been killed. They made
international headlines a few years back when the
four who were serving in Baghdad were kidnapped,
and one killed.
I do not anticipate this kind of violence in Hebron
and the other places I will be visiting on this trip. I
do, however, know that life is difficult there, and I
ask your prayer for me and for all of us on the
delegation and—even more—those who must live
under conditions of violence and oppression day in
and day out, whether in Hebron or in Mexico or
wherever in the world they may be.
Fr. Maurice
Todo cambio es difícil y este es el caso con la
nueva traducción del Misal Romano. Muchas veces,
sin embargo, el cambio conduce a algo más grande.
Estoy seguro de que así será con los cambios en la
traducción en nuestra Misa y la catequesis nos está
llevando cada vez más a lo que los obispos han
pedido, plena, consciente y activa participación en la
Eucaristía.
¡Me estaré yendo a la delegación de Equipos
Cristianos de Acción por la Paz (CPT) en un corto
tiempo! CPT es una organización fundada por las
tres iglesias de paz tradicionales los Quakers, los
Menonitas, y la Iglesia de los Hermanos (Brethren);
cuenta con el apoyo y el patrocinio de la mayoría de
las denominaciones cristianas, incluyendo la católica.
Una de las organizaciones que lo patrocina es la de
los Padres Basilianos. La filosofía básica que
motivar al CPT es ver lo que podría suceder en el
mundo si los Cristianos ponen tanto sacrificio y
esfuerzo en hacer la paz, así como los soldados al
hacer la guerra. En otras palabras, no es una tarea
fácil. Así como nuestros militares, hombres y
mujeres hacen grandes sacrificios, así también los
miembros del CPT en todo el mundo. Hombres y
mujeres del CPT han sido lesionados, y algunos han
sido asesinados. Fueron noticia internacional hace
unos años, cuando cuatro de ellos que estaban
sirviendo en Bagdad fueron secuestradas, y uno de
ellos asesinado.
No anticipo este tipo de violencia en Hebrón y
otros lugares que estaré visitando en este viaje. Sin
embargo yo se que la vida es difícil allá, y les pido
sus oraciones por mí y por todos nosotros en la
delegación y – aun más – para los que viven bajo
condiciones de violencia y opresión día tras día, ya
sea en Hebrón o en México o en cualquier parte del
mundo que se encuentren.
Padre Maurice
Confirmation Candidate session #3 will be
held on Sunday, November 13, at 4:00 p.m., at St.
Basil Hall. Parents and sponsors are asked to join
their candidate at 6:00 that evening for Taize Prayer.
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
32 Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Reflection by Fr. Maurice
We are in Holy Week, and have been for the past
few Sundays! Although this is not the end of Lent,
and we will be celebrating Christmas long before our
next celebration of Easter, the Sunday gospel
readings for today and the past few weeks have all
been taking place during those fateful days between
Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and the events
of his passion and death. They are marked by
controversy and urgency. Jesus kicked out the money
changers and the animal vendors from the temple. To
get back at him, the Pharisees and Sadducees tried to
get him. They ask him about paying taxes. They ask
him what the most important law is. Then last week
Jesus takes the initiative again. He calls them
hypocrites, telling the crowds to do what they say but
not what they do, letting us know that they do more
for appearances than for interior conviction.
Today’s reading changes the
focus. Now we are reminded that
we do all this because of a goal.
There is a purpose to all of Jesus’
preaching and teaching: to enter
into God’s Kingdom at the end of
time. In today’s gospel reading,
describing a wedding feast of
Jesus’ own day, all the virgins
fall asleep. They are all wellintentioned, and want to meet the
bridegroom as he arrives. But,
Matthew reminds us, some are
foolish and some are wise. The Kingdom takes
preparation and wisdom.
If we are reading this, we can pretty well take for
granted that we are well-intentioned. After all, we are
the ones who come to church on Sunday. We are the
ones who believe. But Jesus asks for even more from
us. He wants us to prepare. He wants us to think
things through, and to use our minds. May we always
use our God-given gifts to be ready to do God’s will;
may our lamps be full and may we have the extra oil
of wisdom and preparation at hand!
Reflexión por Padre Maurice
¡Estamos en Semana Santa, y hemos estado desde los
últimos domingos! Aunque este no es el fin de la
Cuaresma, y vamos a celebrar la Navidad mucho
antes que nuestra próxima celebración de Pascua, las
lecturas dominicales del evangelio de hoy y de las
últimas semanas han tenido lugar en esos días
cruciales entre la entrada triunfal de Jesús en
Jerusalén y los acontecimientos de su pasión y
muerte. Están marcados por controversia y urgencia.
Jesús expulsó a los cambistas y los vendedores de
animales del templo. Para desquitarse de él, los
fariseos y los saduceos trataron de atraparlo. Le
preguntan sobre el pago de impuestos. Le preguntan
cuál es la ley más importante. Y luego, la semana
pasada, Jesús toma la iniciativa de nuevo. Los llama
hipócritas, diciendo a la multitud que hagan lo que
ellos dicen pero no lo que hacen, haciéndonos saber
que lo hacen más por apariencia que por
convicción interior.
La lectura de hoy cambia el enfoque. Ahora
se nos recuerda que todo esto lo hacemos con
un objetivo. Hay un propósito en toda la
enseñanza de Jesús al predicar: entrar en el
Reino de Dios al final de los tiempos. En la
lectura del evangelio de hoy, que describe un
banquete de bodas en los días de Jesús, todas
las vírgenes se quedan dormidas. Todas ellas
son bien intencionadas, y desean encontrarse
con el novio a su llegada. Sin embargo, Mateo
nos recuerda, algunas son tontas y algunas son
sabias. El Reino requiere preparación y sabiduría.
Si estamos leyendo esto, se podría muy bien dar
por seguro que somos bien intencionados. Después
de todo, somos nosotros los que venimos a la iglesia
los domingos. Nosotros somos los que creemos. Pero
Jesús pide más de nosotros. Él quiere que nos
preparemos. Él quiere que pensemos las cosas bien y
que usemos nuestras mentes. ¡Que siempre usemos
nuestros dones dados por Dios para estar listo para
hacer la voluntad de Dios; que nuestras lámparas
estén llenas y que podamos tener el aceite adicional
de sabiduría y preparación a la mano!
Woman to Woman Retreat
January 13-15, 2012, Christian Renewal Center in Dickinson. Friday night registration 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Sunday departure 11:00 a.m. Awareness and Inner Authority: Finding my Identity within God.
Speaker: Fr. Robert Duggan, CSB
For more information or to register, call Janis Barnes, 979-297-8218 or 979-709-1881. Single Room: $190;
2 Persons in Room $165; 3 Persons in Room: $140. Full nonrefundable payment due by January 4.
Please pray for our loved ones and friends in
the hospital: Modesto Adame, Brandon
Denton, Vicente Garcia, Jr., Cynthia
Heffernan, Baby Indie, Betty Macik,
Rocky Martinez, Jordan Nachtegaele,
George Prilop.
Please note: An individual whose name appears on
the hospital list will be published for 4 weeks. For an extension, please
call the Parish Office.
Remember also those in the nursing homes:
Cypress Woods Care: Elida Benitez, Karyn-Anne
Brown, Josefa Cruz, Eugene & Lenora Duval, Joann
Erdelt, Dominga Fleming, Michael Fuchs, Fannie
Garcia, Judy Homrighaus, Charlie Hundl, Manuel
Longoria, Guadalupe Longoria, Eugenio Martinez,
Carlos Medeles, Joyce Newmann, Sharon Nuernberg,
Santana Ramos, Josephine Rizzo, Greg Shelton, Norman
Ward, Leonarda Whittington.
Country Village: Cy & Elizabeth Adamcik,
Rita Anthony, Maria Aparicio, Betty Bartee,
Kathryn Carpenter, Lucianna Farrar, Norma Garner,
Lucy Garrett, William Kolojaco, Lillian Pool, Deacon
Andy Shefts, Elsie Shman, Doris Soria, Matilda West,
Evelyn Zbranek.
Country Village Assisted Living: Emma Horky,
Elsie Kadera, Florence Kohutek, Lucinda Sendejo,
Barbara Shaw, Annie Walcik.
We express our sympathy to Lena Kubala
and D. J. LeBouef and their families on the death of
their father and brother, Joseph LeBouef.
Anointing of the Sick….
this weekend after all Masses in the
chairs on the left side of the Baptismal
Font. This is for people who have a
serious illness, are going into the
hospital for an operation, or who are
elderly and feeling the weight of
their years.
Homebound or Hospitalized?
Please notify the Parish Office of any Catholic
family or friends who are homebound or hospitalized
and would like to receive a Communion visit.
Ever Thought of Being a Reader at Mass?
A Lector Workshop is planned for Tuesday,
November 8, at 7:00 p.m.
“The Lord has given me a well-trained tongue, that I may
speak to the weary a word that will rouse them.” Is 50:4
The Ministry of Reader (Lector) is a vital role to the
full, conscious, active participation of the assembly’s
worship. The task of a lector is to read in such a way
that God’s people, gathered together for worship,
may best take the words of scripture to heart, mind
and spirit. Please call the Parish Office to sign up for
the upcoming workshop, where the theology of this
ministry and the skills necessary to perform them
properly, will be addressed. Audition and practice
materials will also be distributed.
Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor Donation
Program — Re-link as soon as possible!
Most Holy Trinity is enrolled in the Kroger Neighbor to
Neighbor Donation Program. Linking Kroger Plus
Cards is now in effect. The
next time you shop at
Kroger, present this barcode
to your cashier, along with
your Kroger Plus Card at the
beginning of your order.
Once your card is scanned,
every time you shop and use your enrolled Kroger Plus
Card, a percentage of your eligible purchases will be
contributed to the Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor fund.
This percentage is then donated to Most Holy Trinity on a
quarterly basis.
La Iglesia Santísima Trinidad ya esta inscrita otra vez
con Kroger para el programa de Vecino a Vecino. Por
favor, pase por Kroger para activar sus compras (en
conjunto con su tarjeta “Kroger Plus”) así dandonos la
oportunidad de recaudar fondos para nuestra parroquia.
Golden Stars, the senior group at
Most Holy Trinity, is open to anyone
in the community age 50+ Come
bring your friends and neighbors.
For more information, call
Helen Infante, 849-8895.
Tuesday, November 8, 10:30 a.m. Room SB 7/8
Fr. Maurice will share stories and pictures from his
recent trip to the Holy Land. All are welcome.
Weekly Scripture Readings
Monday/Lunes, November 7
Wisdom 1:1-7 ........................................ Luke 17:1-6
Tuesday/Martes, November 8
Wisdom 2:23—3:9 .............................. Luke 17:7-10
Wed./Miércoles, November 9
Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12 ..............................................
.....................................1 Corinthians 3:9c-11, 16-17
Thursday/Jueves, November 10
Wisdom 7:22b—8:1 .......................... Luke 17:20-25
Friday/Viernes, November 11
Wisdom 13:1-9 .................................. Luke 17:26-37
Saturday/Sábado, November 12
Wisdom 18:14-16; 19:6-9...................... Luke 18:1-8
Sunday/Domingo, November 13
Proverbs 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31...............................
1 Thessalonians 5:1-6 .................. Matthew 25:14-30
Stewardship Corner
Sunday Coll: October 29/30 .................... $8,050.85
Maintenance Fund Coll. ......................... $1,505.65
Mass Attendance - Oct. 29/30 - Total 944
5:00 p.m. 150; 8:00 a.m. 296; 10:00 a.m. 498.
Thank you to those of you who signed up to begin
Online Giving. If you have not yet signed up for
Online Giving, please prayerfully consider this
option. Not only can it be used along with our
offering envelopes, it will also help decrease busy
work for office staff, reduce expenses, and allow the
parish to count on a steadier stream of income. You
can visit www.mostholytrinitychurch.org to sign up
or receive more information.
Liturgical Ministers for November 12/13, 2011
Ministry Saturday
Sacristan: Eva Gutierrez
Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Maria Lopez .
Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Betty Rees
Lector 1: Dana Ernst
Lector 2: Charles Hennig
Rosendo Vasquez
Sylvia Munoz
Dennis Hastings
Dorothy Wilbeck
Servers: Rebecca Jewell
Miriam Jewell
Halie Marksberry
Nicolas Belmares
Cassandra Cardenas
Jennifer Cardoza
Agustin Carrizales, Jr.
Chase Janczak
Julia Janczak
Victoria Villanueva
Anthony Villanueva
EM’s
Hope Arce
Judy Jo DeVries
Brian Ernst
Annie Hernandez
Rita/Dan Hunter
Beth Kaspar
Joe Sandoval
Kristina Sandoval
Camila Belmares
Rosy Cruz
Ana Leveck
Maria Lopez
Julia/Marcos Perez
Vicky/Andres Silva
Elisa Sustaita
Marcos & Shirley Calderon
Laura & Margarito Cruz
Lori Greak
Abel Gutierrez
Donna Hundl
Fred & Helen Infante
Jay Janczak
Annette & Robert Trevino
Maria Wilde
Mack Yanez Sr.
Ushers:
T. J. Sbrusch
Henry DeVries
Glenn Comiskey
Roger Hernandez
Beatle Infante
Greg Wiley
Santos Canizales Sr.
Felipe/Maura Martinez
Guadalupe Mendez
Guillermina Mendez
Jesus Ozuna
Francisco Sustaita
Fred Sander
Chris Coale
Patrick Buentello
Gene Giraud
Vincent Perez
Tommy Sbrusch
Joe Williams
AUTO
Frank Dunkin
Sam Valdez
Sound:
Altar Guild – November 6-12, 2011
Hope Arce
Most Holy Trinity
10th Anniversary
Cookbooks have arrived!!
Our 10th Anniversary Cookbooks
are available for sale at $20 each or
two or more for $17.50 each.
To place your order, or for more
information, call Rita Hunter,
864-6415. Stop by the Gathering
Area after all Masses the weekends
of November 13 and 20 to pick up
your cookbook. This cookbook is
filled with lots of awesome recipes
from our parishioners, and would
make a terrific Christmas gift. Call
Rita to order yours today.
WANTED: Pictures of
parishioners who are on
active military duty to be
displayed on the board in the
Gathering Area.
Trinity Book Nook News
Prepare ye the way!
The 1st Sunday of Advent is November 27
Remember to shop Trinity Book Nook for advent
calendars, wreaths, candles, devotionals, Christmas
cards, ornaments, CDs, DVDs, books, Bibles,
rosaries, and many other gift items. Trinity Book
Nook is located in the Gathering Area and is open
after all weekend Masses. Cash and personal checks
accepted.
La Sociedad Guadalupe de La Iglesia
Santisima Trinidad les invita a una Charla
Donde: La Iglesia Santisima Trinidad
Fecha: 7:00 p.m., Jueves 10 de Noviembre en la
iglesia
Con: Padre Jesús Lizalde de la parroquia de Nuestra
Señora de Guadalupe de Baytown TX
Tema: Conociendo a la Virgen María Bajo la
Advocación de Nuestra Señor de Guadalupe.
Para mayor información favor de llamar a: Carmen
Noriega, 849-3436; Arsenia Velez, 709-3317 o Ilda
Hernandez, 848-0392
Gathering Place activities
Friday, November 11, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Lake
Jackson. They will be celebrating Veteran’s Day.
Reservations are being taken now for the annual
Gathering Place Christmas Party, which will be held
on Thursday, December 1 at the 1st United
Methodist Church in Angleton., from 10:00 am.2:00 p.m. Duke Gamino will play for the event, and
participants will have photos made with Santa. Most
Holy Trinity parishioners Belle Kibodeaux, Carma
Mass, Gloria Ramos and Arsenia Velez will be
honored for four years of service. For more
information, or to make a reservation, please call
Brenda, 849-5051.
Angleton Christian School is holding a
breakfast for all veterans on Wednesday, November
9, at 8:00 a.m., followed by a veteran tribute during
their chapel service. All vets are asked to join them
as they celebrate Veteran’s Day. Angleton Christian
School is located at 3133 N. Valderas.
Sacred & Safe curriculum on child safety and
sexual issues will be presented to all CCE grade level
classes during the week of November 14. A final
parent orientation meeting in English and Spanish
will be offered for parents who would like to preview
the materials for their child’s grade. The meetings
will be held on Monday, November 14, at 6:00 p.m.
in English and on Tuesday, November 15, at 7:00
p.m., in Spanish.
Plan de estudios Sagrados y Seguro sobre la
seguridad infantil y los problemas sexuales se
presentará a todas las clases de nivel de grado CCE
durante la semana del 14 de noviembre. Una reunión
de orientación final en Inglés y Español para padres
se ofrecerá a los padres que deseen obtener una vista
previa de los materiales para el grado de su hijo. Las
reuniones se llevarán a cabo el lunes, 14 de
noviembre a las 6:00 pm en Inglés y el martes, 15
de noviembre a las 7:00 pm, en español.
Meet & Greet Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson, Archdiocesan Director of Youth
Ministry will celebrate 20 years of service to the
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. In honor of his
anniversary, Brian will be visiting all parishes in the
Archdiocese who have youth programs. Brian will
be at Most Holy Trinity on Sunday, November 6, to
celebrate with us at the 10:00 a.m. Mass. After
Mass, all are invited to St. Basil Hall for a meet-andgreet with Brian. Come and congratulate him and
share refreshments and fellowship.
Revised Roman Missal class on-going
As part of the ongoing preparation for the upcoming
changes in the Mass with the Revised Roman Missal,
classes will be offered on Thursdays, at 9:30 a.m., in
Room SB-2. Come delve more deeply into the
meaning of the Celebration of the Eucharist and
understand why the Eucharist, and our participation
at Mass, is so central to the faith of all Catholic
Christians. This is Catholicism 101 at its best. All
are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Most Holy Trinity
Catholic Church
Evening Prayer
in the tradition of
Taizé
Sunday
November 13
6:00 p.m.
in the church
BE RECONCILED ALL YOU WHO ENTER HERE —
parents and children; husband and wives, believers and
those who cannot believe; Christians and their fellow
Christians.
(Taken from the entrance to the Church of Reconciliation at
the Community of Taizé, France)
All are invited for a wonderful evening of prayer,
scripture, meditative singing, & silence.
For more information, please call the parish office, 849-2421.
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4:30 CCE Grades K-5
6:00 CCE Grades K-5
6:15 CCE Special Needs
7:30 RCIA
7:30 Grupo de Oracion
Choir Room
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4:30 CCE Grades K-5
6:00 CCE Grades K-5
6:00 Sacred & Safe (Eng.)
6:15 CCE Special Needs
7:30 RCIA
7:30 Grupo de Oracion
Choir Room
7:30 KC Meeting
MONDAY
TUESDAY
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5:30 CCE Gr. 6-8
6:00 Choir
7:00 CCE Gr. 9-12
5:30 CCE Gr. 6-8
6:00 Choir
7:00 CCE Gr. 9-12
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WEDNESDAY
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14
8:10 Special intention for The Gonzalez Family,
especially Hilario, Maria Luisa & Hortencia by
daughter & sister, Margarita Gray
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12
9:00 For Vocations
5:00 For all the people
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13
8:00 Imelda Jimenez (+) by Aunt Angie & Tony
Lopez
10:00 KC Memorial Mass
FRIDAY
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Human Develop. Coll
3:30 Confessions
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Poor & Needy Coll.
3:30 Confessions
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SATURDAY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBET 19
9:00 For Vocations
5:00 Emilio Luna (+) by mother, Ramona
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15
8:10 Special intention in thanksgiving for son,
wives & children, John, Eusebio, Samuel,
Ernest, Benny & Sidney by Mom, Mary
Lillie Perez
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
12:00 For all living and deceased Hernandez &
Pena family members by Elidia
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17
8:10 Joe Silva (+) by family
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18
8:10 Adele LeBouef (+) by Lena & James Kubala
7:00 Gospel of John with
Fr. Bob
5:00 Confessions
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7:00 Fr. Lizalde
7:00 Gospel of John with
Fr. Bob
5:00 Confessions
THURSDAY
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10
8:10 Living and deceased members of the Rab
& Prihoda Families by Bettie Rab
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
8:10 Gary Donnelly (+) by parents, Lavern &
Imogene
7:00 Grupo de Oracion
7:00 Legion of Mary
7:30 KC Charity Bingo
(non-smoking)
9:30 Roman Missal Class
10:00 Golden Stars
6:00 Sacred & Safe (Sp.)
7:00 Lector Workshop
7:00 Grupo de Oracion
7:00 Legion of Mary
7:30 KC Charity Bingo
(non-smoking)
9:30 Roman Missal Class
10:00 Golden Stars
Monthly meeting
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7
8:10 Joe Gutierrez (+) by family & friends
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
8:10 Anthony Ivy (+) by Henry & Judy Jo
DeVries
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
12:00 Santos & Rebecca Moreno (++) by daughter,
Helen & Fred Infante
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5
9:00 For Vocations
5:00 Esperanza Martinez (+) and all living and
deceased family members
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6
8:00 For all living and deceased members of the
Guadalupe Society
10:00 For all the people
4:00 Confirmation Candidate
Sessison
6:00 Taize Prayer
33rd Sun. of the Year [13
Poor & Needy Coll.
8:30 1st Reconciliation Class
Candidates & Parents (Eng.)
9:30 1st Reconciliation Class
Candidates & Parents (Sp.)
32nd Sun. of the Year [6
Bldg. Fund Coll.
8:30 1st Reconciliation Class
Candidates only (Eng.)
9:00 Guadalupe Society
9:30 1st Reconciliation Class
Candidates only (Sp.)
10:00 CCE PK
SUNDAY
November 6-19, 2011
Baptisms: Preparations sessions are required for parents and godparents and a recognition Mass. Parents
should be registered in the parish and practicing Catholics. Call the parish office as early as possible during
pregnancy to pre-register for classes. Baptism will be set upon completion of the required classes.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults): For individuals who are not baptized, baptized in another
denomination and interested in becoming Catholic, or baptized Catholics who never completed the sacraments
of initiation (Eucharist & Confirmation). This process leads to full communion in the Catholic Church.
First Reconciliation/First Communion: Enrollment in the sacrament preparation process is open to children
in grade 2 or older who are registered in the parish, faithfully attending Mass and enrolled in ongoing faith
formation programming. Classes include required parent & child sessions for both sacraments.
Confirmation: Enrollment in a 2-year preparation process is open to youth in grade 10 or higher who actively
practice the Catholic faith and are registered in the parish. Youth must be regularly attending Mass and ongoing
faith formation classes. An entrance interview may be required.
Marriage: By appointment only, 6-12 months in advance. Either one or both of the couple must be registered
in the parish. Marriage Preparation Program required. No weddings during Lent.
Holy Orders: If interested in the Priesthood or Diaconate, contact Fr. Maurice Restivo, C.S.B.
Death in the Family: Call the Parish Office before you make an appointment with the funeral home. We are
here to help you spiritually and emotionally.
If you have any questions, please call the Parish Office at 849-2421.