St. Bartholomew Catholic
Church and School
8005 Miramar Parkway • Miramar, FL 33025
Rectory: (954) 431-3600 • Fax: (954) 435-9591 • School: (954) 431-5253
Web site: www.StBartholomew.com
Thirty first week - Ordinary Time - Year A (Gather 1070)
November 2, 2014
The mission of St Bartholomew Catholic Church
is to reflect God’s love to all whom we meet, to
strengthen our faith community through worship,
education, fellowship, stewardship, and acts of
love and charity, so that we may lead people
from all backgrounds to our Lord Jesus Christ.
St Bartholomew is honored to have Fr Tony
Bonilla, pupil and disciple of Fr Emiliano
Tardiff who will celebrate a 5 pm Healing Mass
on Sunday, November 16, 2014. Fr Tony is well
know for many cures and miracles performed
through him by the Holy Spirit, especially
during the celebration of the Holy Mass. The
Homily and healing service will be translated.
Calling all Ushers!!!
There will be a meeting for all ushers on Wednesday,
November 5th at 7 PM in the School Library. If you
are a current usher or would like to be an usher, please
join us for this important meeting.
St Bart’s Dolphans!
Here is another opportunity to see
your Miami Dolphins in action against:
The Bills on November 13 @ 8:25 pm
Upper deck tickets are only $25.
If you’re interested, please talk to Father Andrew.
In order to ensure we have rooms
available for every group desiring
to use our facilities, any group or
ministry meeting in the school,
parish hall, or Church is asked to
complete a “facility usage request”
form at the rectory. Please DO NOT just walk over
to the school and choose an “empty room”.
Group/Ministry leaders should stop by the rectory
anytime Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 7:30 PM
or Sat. Sun., 9 AM to 7 PM.
Celebrating God’s Love as a Community.
Rev. Andrew Chan-A-Sue
Rev. Jean Jadotte
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Paul Karenga
Priest in Residence
Deacon David Smith
Deacon Michel DuChaussée
Deacon Montas Onelien
Religious Education
Mrs. Mercedes Brown
School Principal
Mrs. Christine Gonzalez
Youth Minister/Licensed
Clinical Social Worker
Mr. Gerard John, LCSW
Music Ministry
Mrs. Betty Bunnell
Mrs. Monique Abraham
Mr. Ernesto Busigó
5:30 PM (Sat. Vigil)
7:30, 9:00, 11:00 AM
12:30, 7:00 PM
French/Créole - 3:00 PM
Spanish - 5:00 PM
First Friday:
French/Créole - 8:00 PM
Please contact the Rectory at least six
months prior to the proposed date.
7:00, 8:30 AM
(7 PM - during Lent only)
8:30 AM
11:00 - 11:30 AM
4:30 - 5:00 PM
When priests are available.
Anytime by appointment
Wednesday, 7:30 PM, Church
Friday, 7:30 PM, School Rm B
Wednesday, 7:30 PM, Sacred Heart Center
Please contact the Rectory at least three
months ­before ­anticipated date to make
­arrangements. Baptisms in English are
on the 1st and 3rd Sundays.
8:10 AM Weekdays
Monday, 6:30 PM, School
Pastoral Hispana
Misa en Español - Los Domingos - 5:00 PM
El Santo Rosario los Domingos a las 4:30 PM
Confesiones - Los Sábados, 11-11:30 AM; 4:30-5 PM
Bautismos - Para el curso pre-bautismal, llame con TRES MESES
de anticipación a la Rectoría. Los Bautismos en Español son los
4° Domingos del mes a las 1:30 PM
Matrimonio - Llame a la Rectoría lo menos seis meses antes de
la fecha p­ ropuesta.
Divina Misericordia - Los Viernes - 6:00 PM en la escuela.
Madeline Flores 954-805-1701
Circulo de Oración Carismática – Los M
­ iércoles, 7:30 PM,
Sacred Heart Center
We welcome new parishioners to our parish
family. Pick up a­ registration form at the
rectory or print one from the website; later
you will be invited to a r­ egistration p­ rogram
to learn more about our parish and our many
(In the Rectory Chapel)
Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday:
9 AM to 7:30 PM
Monday to Friday - 9 AM to 7:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday - 9 AM to 7 PM
AVIS pour les Membres de la Communauté Haitienne
Messe en Créole / Français
3:00 PM chaque dimanche
8:00 PM chaque 1er vendredi du mois
avec Bénédiction du Très Saint
Confession: Samedi 11-11:30 AM, 4:30-5 PM
Visite des malades: Appelez le Père Jean au
Baptême: Chaque 2e dimanche du mois à 1:30
PM. Contactez le Père Jean Jadotte au 954-431-3600 trois mois
avant la date prévue.
Mariage: Contactez le Père J­ ean, six mois avant la date prévue.
Prière Charismatique: Chaque Vendredi, de 7:30 à 10:00 PM (salle
B de l’école)
Cursillistas - Los Viernes, a las 8:00 PM en s­ alon “A” de la
escuela; Anibal Perez 786-300-9415
Légion De Marie: Chaque Jeudi, de 7:30 à 8:30 PM (à l’école)
Chaque Samedi à partir de 4:00 PM (à l’école)
Legión De María - Se reunen en Salón B en
la escuela los sábados a las 2:30 PM.
Anibal Perez 786-300-9415
Etude Biblique: Chaque Mercredi de 7:00 à 9:00 PM (salle B de l’école)
Coro Hispano - Ensayo los Domingos a las
4:00 PM en la escuela (salón de música)con
el Director Mr. Ernesto Busigó
Chorale: Répétition: Mardi de 8:00 à 9:30 PM et Samedi de 5:30
à 7:00PM (salle B de l’école)
Mouvement Eucharistique des Jeunes (MEJ): Chaque Samedi de
5:30 à 8:00 PM (à l’école)
La Sainte Famille: Chaque Lundi à 7:00 PM (à l’école)
Sunday, November 2
5:30 PM ✝ Marie Emmanuel
✝ Agnes Lisandrillo
7:30 AM ✝ Rolande St Laurent
✝ Morelle Prisme
9:00 AM Marcel Touya (T)
✝ Claude Nelson
11:00 AM ✝ Labossiere & Jason Family
✝ Aline Darang
12:30 PM ✝ Philoctecte & Chassagne Family
✝ Adrienne & Antonio Hyacinthe
3:00 PM Mc Breakley Pluviose (T)
✝ Members Of Legion Of Mary
5:00 PM ✝ Dr. Isaias Martinez
✝ Graciela Casares
7:00 PM ✝ Myrtha Hyacinthe
✝ Marie France Prisme
Monday, November 3 - Weekday
7:00 AM ✝ Gloria Van Uiter
✝ Abraham Camacho
8:30 AM ✝ Dr. Isais Martinez
✝ Monica George
Tuesday, November 4 - Weekday
7:00 AM Jonathan Francesca (T)
8:30 AM ✝ Armanda King
✝ Marie Renette Jean
Wednesday, November 5 - Weekday
7:00 AM ✝ Jamal Morgan Rodney
8:30 AM Anne Rose Augustin (T)
✝ Agnes Lisandrillo
Thursday, November 6 - Weekday
7:00 AM Baby Lilly Ana Ortega (L)
8:30 AM ✝ Dennise & Kenley Sanon
✝ Denis Fleury
Friday, November 7 - Weekday
7:00 AM Audain Family (L)
✝ Maud Louis Charles
8:30 AM ✝ C. J. Lukose
✝ Roy & Adina Paul
8:00 PM ✝ Charles Saint Fleur
Baby Lilly Ana Ortega
John Dollard
Elise Forcina
Ursula Domingue
Rege Owoc
Felisa Limos
Derek Wade
Brian Chan-A-Sue
Brian Bouquio
Judith Vasquez
Judy Leacock
Marito Maddatu
Eunice Everett
Candy Larsen
Jacinta Stirrup
Parochial School Registration
Sunday 11/2: Wis 3:1-9; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5-11 or 6:3-9; Jn 6:37-40
Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:12-14
Phil 2:5-11; Ps 22:26b-32; Lk 14:15-24
Wednesday: Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Lk 14:25-33
Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 15:1-10
Phil 3:17 — 4:1; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 16:1-8
Phil 4:10-19; Ps 112:1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9; Lk 16:9-15
Sunday 11/9: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9;
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
(on going)
Religious Education Registration
Sunday @ 10:15 AM in the School Library
Ushers’ Meeting
Wednesday, November 5 @ 7 PM
Knights of Columbus Square Dance
Friday, November 7 @ 7 PM
Saturday, November 8 - Weekday
8:30 AM Garnel Pierre (T)
✝ Mathe Luciane Phanor
Sunday, November 9
5:30 PM Fr. P ✝ Yvan Philoctete Sr.
✝ Gerard Antoine
7:30 AM Fr. A ✝ Ganthier Family
✝ Paul Family
9:00 AM Fr. J Ebola Victims
✝ Daniel Flores
11:00 AM Fr. A ✝ Charles Falzone
✝ Jamal Morgan Rodney
12:30 PM Fr. P ✝ Dr. Chris Mahadeo
✝ Marjorie Lafontant
3:00 PM Fr. J The Ceus Family (T)
✝ Veneta Chervalier
5:00 PM Fr. A ✝ Josefina Esquilin
7:00 PM Fr. A Henry Gbaruko (L)
✝ Jean Ganthier
No Confirmation classes as we honor
our brave men
and women.
ABCD 2014
* Denotes Celebrant for that Mass:
Fr. A = Fr. Andrew; Fr. J = Fr. Jean;
Fr. P = Fr. Paul
(T)= In Thanksgiving (L)= Living ✝= Deceased
for the
Josephine Pascucci
Jane Morra
Danielle Jeanty Curry
Glenda McCumber
Emmanuel Alexander
Josette Paul
Edouard Simonise
Guirlene Gordon
Eric Herr
Christie Owens
Veemala Klous
Jill Louise Norton
Esther Sharpe
Johnny Cadet
Angela Espy
Elena Miranda
Collection Goal
Pledges Goal
Kelly Tymecki
Serge St Eloi
André Grégoire
Howard Lee
Sylvie Casale
Carl Junior Jeanty
Kaitlin Warf
Jean Claude Laborde
Everett Buckridge
Demetrio Davis
Sheila Stone
Yvrose Pierre-Pierre
Marina Reyes
Trammel Family
George Harris
Marguerite Edouard
Esperanza Tavarez
Myrna Jeanniton
Joseph Michel Accilien
Elsie Jeanniton Archer
Jean Theus
Nicole Miles
Patricia Carstons
Conrado Maguddatu
Harry & Mary Bishop
Rosa & Rafael
Names will only stay on the sick list for 2 months at a time. Please
contact the Parish Office if you would like to add or remove a name.
Remember the Departed
Victims of natural disasters
Victims of war and terrorism
Please use your envelopes. They are the principal source of parish support.
at St. B artholomew
Sunday, November 9
9 AM-12:30 PM Religious Education Registration - Library
10:15 AM Religious Education (CCD) - School
11:45 AM Junior Youth Group - Sacred Heart Center
5:30 PM NEW TIME Youth Group (teens) - Sacred Heart Center
Monday, November 10
6:30 PM English Legion of Mary - School
8:00 PM Al Anon-Spanish - School
Tuesday, November 11
9 AM-7:30 PM Adoration in Rectory Chapel
7:00 PM NO Religious Education - School
7:30 PM RCIA (various languages) - School
Wednesday, November 12
9 AM-7:30 PM Adoration in Rectory Chapel
7:30 PM Fr/Cr Bible Study - Parish Hall
7:30 PM Prayer Meeting English - Church
7:30 PM Prayer Meeting Spanish - SHC
8:00 PM AA - School Room A
Thursday, November 13
9 AM-7:30 PM Adoration in Rectory Chapel
7:30 PM Nueva Vida - Library
7:30 PM Choir Rehearsal - Church
Friday, November 14
9 AM-7:30 PM Adoration in Rectory Chapel
6:00 PM Divina Misericordia - School
7:30 PM Fr/Cr Charismatic Prayer - School
8:00 PM English Cursillo - School
8:00 PM Spanish Cursillo - School
Saturday, November 15
10:30 AM NA - School
3:00 PM Spanish Legion of Mary - School
4:00 PM Fr/Cr Legion of Mary - School
6:00 PM Haitian Choir - School
5:30 PM MEJ - Haitian Youth Group - School
7:30 PM NA - School
Sunday, November 16
9 AM-12:30 PM Religious Education Registration - Library
10:15 AM Religious Education (CCD) - School
11:45 AM Junior Youth Group - Sacred Heart Center
5:30 PM NEW TIME Youth Group (teens) - Sacred Heart Center
Today the Church remembers all who have walked the
way of Christ and passed from this life. The readings all look
to the last day, when we shall all rise from the dead and be
The prophet Daniel announces words of warning and
welfare. He cautions us against the judgment to come, but he
also comforts us and assures us that all who live a life of virtue
and justice will find life eternal.
The reading from Romans reminds us that, because
of Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection and our entrance
into that paschal mystery through baptism, we now share in the
new life won by Christ. This recognition has repercussions: we
need to live righteously now, that we might rise to life forever
with Christ on the last day.
In the Gospel Jesus pledges that all the Father has given
him will not be lost. All the faithful will be raised to joy and live
forever in the presence of God.
Today’s Readings
First Reading — The souls of the just are in the hands of God, and
no torment shall touch them (Wisdom 3:1-9).
Psalm — The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want
(Psalm 23).
Second Reading — Hope does not disappoint, because the love
of God has been poured out into our hearts (Romans 5:5-11) or
Romans 6:3-9.
Gospel — This is the will of the Father, that everyone who sees
the Son and believes may have eternal life
(John 6:37-40).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
Please USE YOUR ENVELOPES or write
your envelope n
­ umber on your check
YOUR DONATION or use one of our
new temporary donation envelopes Collection for:
available in front of the Church.
Thirtieth Sunday - Ordinary Time
If you are new or visiting...
Stop by the Rectory Office to fill
out a registration form, if you
want to register or use one of our
blue temporary donation
envelopes available
in front of the
Church or if you
just want to let us
know who you are.
November 1st
November 2nd
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
PLEASE NOTIFY the Rectory Office
of any changes in your address or
phone number. Use envelopes or
put your envelope number on your
check to ensure proper recording
of your donation.
** “Office” includes electronic payments and
those envelopes dropped off at the Rectory.
Sat. 5:30 PM
Sun. 7:30 AM
Sun. 9:00 AM
Sun. 11:00 AM
Sun. 12:30 PM
Sun. 3:00 PM
Sun. 5:00 PM
Sun. 7:00 PM
Loose Coins
Second Collection
Knights of Columbus Western Hoedown
St Bartholomew’s Knights of Columbus invite you to a night of
Family Fun! A “Western Hoedown” with caller Scotty Sharrer.
Instructors will be present to teach you how to dance “western style”.
from 7 to 11 pm in the Parish Hall
Enjoy delicious quality “chuck wagon” food (BBQ, southern casseroles, salad, beans, pies).
Admission: $17.00 for Dinner and dancing, there will also be a Cash Bar; Children get to
participate too, $7.00 only for children 12 years old & under.
For tickets call Charlie Fitch 954-993-9245 or Anthony Dyett 305-653-5426
Saddle up in your jeans and your western wear!
Hey y’aolln. the
Join me floor!
Administrator’s Corner
According to the Florida Catholic Advocacy Network, the voice of the Catholic Bishops of Florida,
on August 28, 2014, The Florida Education Association (The Teachers’ Union), and others have filed a
lawsuit, McCall v. Scott to discontinue the school choice program “STEP UP For Students” that allows
low-income families to send their children to the school of their choice.
If this program, which was started under Governor Jeb Bush, is discontinued, the parents of almost
half of the students of St Bartholomew Catholic School and many at other Catholic schools would have to
pay the full cost of tuition. Unable to afford the cost of full tuition, our low-income families would lose the
opportunity to send their children to St Bartholomew and other Catholic schools. This could result in the
closure of many Catholic schools.
WE NEED YOUR PRAYERS to defeat this lawsuit, which I believe to be unjust. This suit headed
by the teachers’ union, is designed to eliminate the options that parents have to send their children to
the school best suited to their needs. It would also deny low-income families the opportunity to give their
children the education their parents see as best-suited for them, including in a Catholic school.
Hopefully the courts will not express an anti-religious, anti-parent sentiment and adjudicate this
matter fairly. To see where candidates stand on parental empowerment in education and other important
issues, see the results of the Candidate Questionnaire Project at www.flaccb.org. Charlie Crist did not
respond to this poll. The Teachers’ Union is one of his major supporters.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Fr. Andrew
“That they may be...
the salt of the earth and...
E !!!
...the light of the world”
8th through 12th graders
Sundays 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sacred Heart Center
Grow i n
CCD Registration
School Library
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
1 Child
014 2 Children
3 Children
Sunday mornings
4 or more
The dea
for the line to regist
years i acramental r
N o v e m s Sunday,
ber 2,
CCD Classes Began
Grades Pre-K4 through 8
(in session)
10:15-11:30 AM in the school
Pre K-4 must be at least 4 years old
High School Pre-Confirmation and
Confirmation Class
(in session)
7:00-8:30 PM in the school
Non-baptized children are welcome to register. Children already baptized will not be admitted unless they have a
baptismal certificate and birth certificate on file with their registration. Adults can still register for RCIA and be fully initiated
at the Easter Vigil. Please call Steve Lee for details at 305-915-5048
ATTENTION St. Bartholomew Volunteers!!!
In order to volunteer in our parish liturgical ministries (i.e. ushers, eucharistic ministers, lectors, etc...) you must
comply with the requirements of the Archdiocese of Miami:
Be fingerprinted and attend a Virtus Workshop. If you are new to the St Bartholomew liturgical ministries or were
fingerprinted prior to 2010, you need to be fingerprinted through the Archdiocese of Miami before getting involved
in any ministry. Please go to www.fieldprintflorida.com and use the code FPAOMParishVol to schedule your
The St. Vincent
de Paul Society is
conducting its annual thanksgiving
food drive. Every year, through
the generosity of St. Bartholomew
parishioners we are able to provide
Thanksgiving baskets for the needy
in our area.
Shopping: As you prepare you
holiday shopping list please consider
donating some of the following items:
Cranberry sauce, pie crust mix and pie ¬fillings, canned
ham and other meats, mixed vegetables, canned sweet
potatoes, yams, whole white potatoes, instant potatoes,
bread stuffing, jello, pudding, canned fruit ,gravy mix, and
dried or evaporated milk.
Turkeys: Frozen turkeys or gift cards to purchase turkeys
are also appreciated. Monetary contributions may be made
through the use of the weekly parish envelope or deposited
in the ushers’ baskets after Mass.
Please have all donations in by Tuesday, November
18. The baskets will be distributed on Saturday,
November 22 between 10:00 and 12:00 noon.
One of the many charisms of St. Bartholomew parish is the
concern the community has for the
needy. Here at St. Bart’s we feed the
homeless, provide food every week
from the pantry, and bring joy to the
needy at holiday time.
Thank you and May God continue
to bless you.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society
wanted to
learn French?
A 12-week session will begin soon on Saturday
mornings from 10-11 am. The classes will meet in
the 8th grade classroom in the school. THERE IS
NO FEE, you may have to purchase a book.
For more information or to register, please call:
Gerty@ 954-625-0232
Girl Scouts
of Southeast Florida
It’s not too late to join
Girl Scouts. Troop
10109 meets right here
in the school at 6:30
p.m. every Wednesday.
If you want to make new
friends and learn new
things, join us this week!
Please call or email Lisa Cook with
any questions at 954-298-3765
or [email protected].
St. Bartholomew Catholic School
8003 Miramar Parkway
Miramar, Florida 33025
“Sharing, Learning and Growing in Christ”
A special thank you to all those who contributed to our
“long sleeve shirt drive” and made it a success. Our
students from the school will take a field trip soon to deliver
the shirts in person and have a look at the conditions in
which these field workers live.
Thank you for supporting this effort. Your donations
are greatly appreciated, may God continue to bless
you and your family.
“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord,
and He will repay him for his deed.” Proverbs 19:17
Open House In Our
Catholic High Schools
Our local Catholic High Schools ­invite all 8th, 9th
and 10th Graders and their ­families who may be
­interested in a
­ ttending a Catholic school next
year, to their A
­ nnual Open House:
Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School
Saturday, November 1, 9 AM - 1 PM
305-751-8367 ext. 22 or [email protected]
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School
Saturday, November 1, 9 AM or 1 PM
in the Gym
954-434-8820 ext. 206
Monsignor Pace High School
November 22 ; 8:30 AM or 10:30 AM
15600 NW 32 Ave., Miami
(305) 623-7223, ext 342
[email protected]
We are
Father of all mercies,
We ask that you would bless
the youngest
and littlest of learners,
the most helpless and
powerless of persons,
with Your infinite and
loving mercy,
granting them the strength to learn, concentrate,
and act appropriately towards their teachers and
fellow students.
We also ask that You would watch over them,
at home and at school and grant them proper
direction so that they may learn of
Your wonderful virtues.
We ask this in the name of Your Son, Jesus Christ.
© David Bennet, www.churchyear.net
2 Novembre 2014 - Commémoration de tous les fidèles défunts
Yon kou dèy sou dènye jou a
Jodi a Legliz la fè memwa tout moun ki te mache sou wout
Kris la e ki kite lavi sa a. Lekti yo jete yon kou dèy sou dènye
jou a, lè nou tout ap gen viktwa sou lanmò epi reyini ankò.
Pwofèt Dànyèl anonse yon pawòl ki a lafwa yon avètisman
ak yon konsèy. Li mande nou pou nou pran prekosyon nou
kont jijman kap vini an, men li ankouraje nou tou epi li ban
nou asirans tout moun ki viv yon lavi dwat nan jistis ap jwenn
lavi ki pap janm fini an.
Dezyèm lekti ki soti nan Women an fè nou sonje ke, gras
a pasyon Kris la, lanmò li, rezirèksyon li, avèk jan li envite nou
pou nou antre nan mistè paskal la lè nou te batize, kounye
a nou gen posibilite pou nou viv yon vi tou nèf nan Kris la.
Lè nou rekonèt sa, li dwe chanje fason nou panse epi fè nou
menen lavi nou dwat kounye a, pou nou kapab al viv ansanm
ak Kris la lè li rele nou nan dènye jou a.
Nan Levanjil la, Jezi pwomèt ke tout sa Papa a ba li yo pap
janm peri. Tout moun ki te reyèlman fidèl yo ap leve bien vivan,
epi yap viv nèt ak kè kontan nan prezans Bondye.
La vie des justes est dans la
main de Dieu...
...aucun tourment n’a de
prise sur eux.
(Sg 2,23; 3,1-6.9)
Sesyon Karismatik Anyèl
“Gwoup Amour, Sagesse et Paix”
Jeudi 20 - Samdi 22 Novanm
Avèk Pè Gustave Miracle
Sè Claire Gagné
Animasyon avèk Frè Gilbert Dabady
ak Frè Gesner Leblanc
1ère Lecture — La vie des justes est dans la main de Dieu, aucun
tourment n’a de prise sur eux. (Sg 2,23; 3,1-6.9)
Psaume — Garde mon âme dans la paix près de toi, Seigneur. Ps: 4, 2, 7, 9
2ème Lecture — Et si nous sommes passés par la mort avec le Christ,
nous croyons que nous vivrons aussi avec lui. (Rm 6, 3-9)
Evangile — Le Christ est ressuscité, par sa mort il a détruit la mort :
à ceux qui sont dans les tombeaux il a donné la vie. (Jn 5, 24-29)
Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131 (130):1bcde-3; Lc 14:12-14
Phil 2:5-11; Ps 22 (21):26b-32; Lc 14:15-24
Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27 (26):1, 4, 13-14; Lc 14:25-33
Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105 (104):2-7; Lc 15:1-10
Phil 3:17 — 4:1; Ps 122 (121):1-5; Lc 16:1-8
Phil 4:10-19; Ps 112 (111):1b-2, 5-9; Lc 16:9-15
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46 (45):2-3, 5-6, 8-9;
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
Kòboy... Gwoup mesye “Chevaliers de Colomb”
(Knights of Columbus) yo ap envite nou tout nan yon sware dansant stil
kòboy. Yo mande pou nou mete bot kòboy, chapo nou ak pantalon ou jip
jeans epi vin patisipe ak tout fanmyi nou nan bèl sware sa a.
Vandredi, 7 Novanm
7è a 11è pm nan sal pawasyal la.
Ap gen mizik, manje, yon dansè pwofesyonèl kap aprann nou fè kèk ti pa kòboy.
Tikè yo an vant deja: $17 pou adilt, $7 pou timoun jiska douz an.
2 de Noviembre de 2014 - Todos los Fieles Difuntos
Hoy la Iglesia recuerda a todos los que han caminado el
camino de Cristo y han pasado a la otra vida. Las lecturas todas
miran al último día, cuando todos resucitaremos de entre los muertos
y nos encontraremos de nuevo.
El profeta Daniel anuncia palabras de prevención y bienestar.
Nos previene sobre el juicio que ha de venir, pero también nos
consuela y nos asegura que todo el que vive una vida de virtud y
de justicia alcanzará la vida eterna.
La lectura de romanos nos recuerda que, por la pasión,
muerte y resurrección de Cristo y por nuestra participación en ese
misterio pascual mediante el Bautismo, nosotros ahora compartimos
esa nueva vida que Cristo nos ganó. Este reconocimiento tiene
repercusiones: necesitamos vivir justamente ahora, para poder
alcanzar la vida eterna con Cristo en el último día.
En el Evangelio Jesús promete que ninguno de aquellos
que el Padre le ha confiado se perderá. Todos los justos serán
resucitados para gozar y vivir eternamente en la presencia de Dios.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Lunes: Fil 2:1-4; Sal 131 (130):1bcde-3; Lc 14:12-14
Martes: Fil 2:5-11; Sal 22 (21):26b-32; Lc 14:15-24
Miércoles: Fil 2:12-18; Sal 27 (26):1, 4, 13-14; Lc 14:25-33
Jueves: Fil 3:3-8a; Sal 105 (104):2-7; Lc 15:1-10
Viernes: Fil 3:17 — 4:1; Sal 122 (121):1-5; Lc 16:1-8
Sábado: Fil 4:10-19; Sal 112 (111):1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9; Lc 16:9-15
Domingo: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Sal 46 (45):2-3, 5-6, 8-9;
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
“La misión en la Iglesia Católica de San
Bartolomé es reflejar el amor de Dios a
todos quienes nos reunimos, para fortalecer
nuestra comunidad de fe a través de la
adoración, educación, compañerismo,
corresponsabilidad y actos de amor y
caridad, de modo que podamos dirigir
a personas de todas las procedencias
a nuestro Señor Jesucristo”.
Historia del Rosario
En 1978 el Papa Juan Pablo II sorprendió al mundo, poco después de ser elegido Pontífice, con esta
frase en la Plaza de San Pedro: “Mi oración preferida es el Rosario” (29 de octubre) y luego en
muchísimas ocasiones fue recomendando esta hermosa práctica de piedad. Suyas son las siguientes
exclamaciones: “El Rosario es una escalera para subir al cielo”(29 de octubre 1979) “El Rosario nos
proporciona dos alas para elevarnos en la vida espiritual: la oración mental y la oración vocal” (29
de abril 1979). “Es la oración más sencilla a la Virgen, pero la más llena de contenidos bíblicos”(21
de octubre 1979). Cuando fue en peregrinación al santuario de Nuestra Señora del Rosario de
Pompeya, Juan Pablo II hizo allá un bellísimo sermón acerca del Rosario. En el dijo: “El Rosario
es nuestra oración predilecta. Cuando la rezamos, está la Sma. Virgen rezando con nosotros. En el Mes del Rosario
rosario hacemos lo que hacía María, meditamos en nuestro corazón los misterios de Cristo” (Lc. 2, 19).

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