Flowers at the Altar Karina Esquivel By: Guadalupanas Society



Flowers at the Altar Karina Esquivel By: Guadalupanas Society
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 18, 2015
Your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit
within you.— 1 Corinthians 6:19a
The greatest of worries can’t pay the
smallest of debts.—Anonymous
Saturday, January 17, 2015
7:30 a.m. - Abbie Crouthin
By: Maureen & Katherine
5:00 p.m.- +Hanno Schwab
By: Theresa, Larry & Paul
+Norbert & Henrietta Gilles
By: Their Family
Sunday, January 18, 2015
8:00 a.m.- +Daniel & Maria Cantu Sr.
By: Their Family
+Juan V. Bustos
By: Rosa Bustos
10:00 a.m.- Holy Family Parishioners
12:00 noon- +Celia Barboza
By: Michael & Marissa Almstedt
Monday, January 19, 2015
7:30 a.m. - +Pedro Barrioz
By: Juanita Arredondo
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
7:30 a.m.- +Juan & Toefila Luna
By: Their Family
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
7:30 a.m.- +Jose Luis Salazar
By: His Family
Thursday, January 22, 2015
7:30 a.m.- +Johnny Reyes
By: His Friends
Friday, January 23, 2015
7:30 a.m.- +Juan A. Moreno
By: Wife & Family
Saturday, January 24, 2015
7:30 a.m.- Lucille Crouthin
By: Maureen & Katherine
5:00 p.m.- +Juan G. Moreno
By: Wife & Family
Please pray for those who are sick and in need of healing graces…
Regemos al senor por todos los enfermos:
Rebecca Delgado, Annie Ybarra, Amaro Castillo, Tony Barboza,
Alfredo Valadez, Lolly Lopez, Margie Aleman, , Jerry Wasser, Sarah
Humpfrey, Julio Villarreal ,Gloria Medrano, Maria Medrano ,Gloria
Monceballes, Floyd Kocher, Robert Herrera , Martin Delgado, Angelino Menchaca, Gene Leal, Rafael Franco, Irma Camarillo, Juanita
Arrendondo, Jose & Rosa Diaz ,Valdemar Espinoza , Janie & Pete
Heb 5:1-10; Ps 110:1-4; Mk 2:18-22
Heb 6:10-20; Ps 111:1-2, 4-5, 9, 10c; Mk 2:23-28
Wednesday: Heb 7:1-3, 15-17; Ps 110:1-4; Mk 3:1-6
Thursday: Heb 7:25 — 8:6; Ps 40:7-10, 17; Mk 3:7-12, or any
of a number of readings for the Day of Prayer
Heb 8:6-13; Ps 85:8, 10-14; Mk 3:13-19
Heb 9:2-3, 11-14; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9; Mk 3:20-21
Jon 3:1-5, 10; Ps 25:4-9; 1 Cor 7:29-31;
Mk 1:14-20
From Pastor’s desk:
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reflection: J ohn 1, 35 – 42.
Who is Jesus for you? John calls Jesus the Lamb of
God and thus signifies Jesus’ mission as the One who
redeems us from our sins. It is significant that John
was the son of a priest, Zachariah, who participated in
daily sacrifice of a lamb in the temple for the sins of the people. In
Jesus he saw the true and only sacrifice which can deliver us from sin.
How did John know the true identity of Jesus, as the Messiah? The
Holy Spirit revealed to John Jesus’ true nature, such that John bore
witness that this is the Son of God. How can we be certain that Jesus
is truly the Christ, the Son of the God? The Holy Spirit makes Christ
known to us through the gift of faith. God gives us freely of his Spirit
that we may comprehend the great mystery and plan of God to unite
all things in his Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus invites each of us to
“come and see” for ourselves that his word is true and everlasting.
“Come and see” is God’s invitation for fellowship and communion
with the One who made us in love for love, this is something very
important about God and how he relates to us: if you hadn’t been
called by God, what could you have done to turn back? Didn’t the
very One who called you when you were opposed to Him make it
possible for you to turn back? It is God who initiates and who draws
us to himself. Without his grace, mercy, and help we could not find
him. The Holy Spirit gives us the gift of faith to know Jesus Christ
personally, power to live the gospel faithfully, and courage to witness
to others the joy and truth of the gospel. The Lord Jesus Christ is ever
ready to draw us near to himself.
Lord Jesus Christ, fill us with the power of your Holy Spirit and let us
grow in knowledge of love and truth. Let your Spirit be aflame in our
heart that we may know and love you more fervently and strive to do
your will in all things.
Del Escritorio del pastor: Secundo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Reflexión: 1, 35-42
¿Quién es Jesús para usted? Juan llama a Jesús el Cordero de Dios y
por lo tanto significa la misión de Jesús como el que nos redime de
nuestros pecados. Es significativo que Juan era el hijo de un sacerdote,
Zacarías, quien participó en sacrificio de un cordero en el templo por
los pecados del pueblo. En Jesús vio el Único y verdadero sacrificio
que nos puede liberarnos del pecado. ¿Cómo sabía Juan de la
verdadera identidad de Jesús, como el Mesías? El Espíritu Santo reveló a Juan la verdadera naturaleza de Jesus, de manera que Juan dio
testimonio de que éste es el hijo de Dios. Como podemos estar seguros de que Jesús es verdaderamente el Cristo, el Hijo de Dios? El
Espíritu Santo hace que Cristo sea conocido por nosotros a través del
don de la fe. Dios nos da libremente de su Espíritu para que podamos
comprender el gran misterio y el plan de Dios para unir todas las cosas
en su Hijo, nuestro Señor Jesus Cristo. Jesús invita a cada uno de nosotros a "venir y ver" por nosotros mismos que su palabra es
verdadera y eterna. “Venid y lo veréis" es la invitación de Dios para
compañerismo y comunión con el que nos hizo en el amor por amor,
esto es algo muy importante acerca de Dios y cómo se relaciona con
nosotros: si no ahubieras sido llamados por Dios, ¿qué podría haber
hecho para regresar? No era el mismo que te llamo cuando usted se
opuso a el hacer posible que usted regresara? Dios es el que inicia y
que nos atrae a el. Sin su gracia, la misericordia y la ayuda no podíamos encontralo. El Espíritu Santo nos da el don de la fe para conocer a
Jesucristo personalmente, poder vivir el Evangelio con fe y valor para
testimoniar a los demás la alegría y la verdad del evangelio. El Señor
Jesús Cristo está siempre dispuesto a que nos acercamos a él.
Señor Jesucristo, llenanos con el poder de tu Espíritu Santo y dejanos
crecer en conocimiento del amor y la verdad. Deje que tu espíritu sea
una llama en nuestro corazón para que podamos conocer y amar con
más fervor y esfuerzar para hacer tu voluntad en todas las cosas.
Flowers at the Altar
Karina Esquivel
By: Guadalupanas Society
Sunday, Jan.17 & 18– Mark your door for Mary (All Masses)
Sunday, January 18th—R.E. Classes
Sun. Jan. 18: K-7th/Class
Sunday, January 18th– Knights of Columbus-Fellowship Weekend
First Communion/Primera Comunion: Has
Monday, January19th-Rosary @ 6:00 p.m.-Chapel
your child started completing the packet? Updates
Wednesday, January 19th– 8 -12th Class
and News Are posted each week on the First Communion
Wednesday, January 19th -Adoration– Every Wednesday
Board In the R.E. center. (Noticias para la primera communion
from 6:30 p.m.– 8:30 p.m.
se publican cada semana en el Centro de Educacion de ReligiConfessions during Adoration 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Thursday, January 22nd– Praise & Worship in the church -7 p.m.
Saturday, January 24th - Altar Server Meeting @9:30 a.m-11:30 a.m
The RE program thanks all the generous donations that
Save the Date
were given & provided this past year. It was truly appreSaturday, January 24
1-3 the Capital in Austin
Sunday, January 25th– Holy Name Hour of Prayer
Annual Youth Ministry Fundraiser
Save the Date-2015 Texas Rally for Life
Saturday, January 31st.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015-Ash Wednesday
2 Crispy Tacos, Rice & Beans, $7.00 10:30am-12:30pm.
7:30 a.m. - Mass with Distribution of Ashes(English)
To Benefit Youth attending the Steubenville Conference
12:00 noon– Mass with Distribution of Ashes (Bi-Lingual)
and Youth Ministry Activities. Please Contact Priscilla Vela
4 p.m.-5:00 p.m.– Confessions
to purchase tickets, 830-832-3875, [email protected]
7:00 p.m.—Mass with Distribution of Ashes
The Next Youth R.A.G.E. Night
(No Adoration During Lent)
Thursday, February 19thth, 6:30-8:30pm
2015 Mark Your Door For Mary Campaign
At the R.E. Center for youth in grades 8th-12th.
Council #4183 of The Knights of Columbus will conduct its annual
Free Dinner, Music,Scripture Message
Mark Your Door for Mary Campaign at all masses celebrated at Saints
and Powerful Prayer.
Peter and Paul, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Holy Family ChurchCome See what God has in store for you!
es on January 17 and 18, 2015. January 22 nd is the 42st anniversary of
Thank you for the Missionaries of the Holy Family! The 2nd Col- the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion onlection on the weekend of the Holy Family totaled $1,502.00. Your
demand in our nation. The Gabriel Project strives to protect the pregenerosity is wonderful and Father Phil Sosa, Provincial Superior,
cious unborn and support the expectant mother in New Braunfels.
extends his heartful “Thank You!” If you were out of town and
Rachel’s Journey offers forgiveness, hope and healing for those suffermissed the collection there are envelopes (at the back of church
ing from the aftermath of abortion. We ask that you pray for the reand / or in the pews). It’s not too late to make a gift to support our
spect and protection of ALL human life, from conception to natural
Holy Family priests and brothers, especially those in our own pardeath.
ish. God bless your family! +JMJ+
We gratefully welcome your gifts of prayer, time and talent as well as
your financial donations.
RUMMAGE SALE: The date for this fundraiser is
God Bless and protect the babies and their mothers and fathers.
March 7th. Donation drop-off dates at the hall will
“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you...” Jeremiah 1:5
be March 4, 5, and 6. Donations will be accepted
at other times, but please call Mary Camarillo (830Knights of Columbus Council 4183 Sponsors Local
609-1055) or the church office to make arrangements.
Youth Free Throw Championship
Date: Saturday, January 24, 2015
Women of the Well Day Retreat-Sat. Feb.7,2015
Time: 6:30 8:00 p.m.-Registration from 6:30-7p.m. (must bring
Time: 9a.m.– 4:00 p.m. Location: St. Margaret Mary’s Activity Hall proof of age)
Space limited!! Contact [email protected] to reserve spot.
Location: Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church School gymnasium.
386 N. Castell Ave.
Mass Attendance weekend
Mass Attendance weekend
College Scholarship Opportunity
January 3rd & 4th
January 10 & 11th
New Braunfels Knights of Columbus Council 4183 will award
5:00 p.m.-145
$1,000 scholarships to seven deserving graduating seniors this year.
8:00 a.m.– 263
To be eligible for one of these scholarships, a graduating senior must 8:00 a.m.-333
10:00 a.m.-205
10:00 a.m.-199
12:00 noon-177
a member of Council 4183, or
a dependent of a member of Council 4183, or
Total– 855
Total - 784
a member of a family registered in Holy Family, Our Lady of
Perpetual Help, or Sts. Peter & Paul parishes of New
S u n d a y Co l l e c t i o n O f f e r i n g
Braunfels, TX.
Application forms for these scholarships are available from counselors at Canyon HS, New Braunfels HS, St. John Paull II Catholic
HS, and New Braunfels Christian Academy. Home schooled students who plan to enter a university, college, or other post-secondary
institution for the first time in August, 2015 may obtain an application form and instructions by contacting Council Trustee Don Volz
at 830-625-4549.
Couple Prayer Series -7 p.m. to 9 p.m. - Thurs. - Jan. 22nd –
Feb. 26thSts Peter and Paul Catholic Church Family Room.A life-
changing experience for couples. Contact Ken/Deb Felder 830-885-2369.
J anua r y 10 & 11, 2015
$ 3 ,3 9 1 .4 4
2 n d Co l l e c t i o n - $ 5 6 7 .0 0
C hildr en ’s Lov e Offe ring - $ 2 7 .7 6
M aint enan ce Colle ction - $ 9 9 2 .4 3
Next Weekends 2nd Collection is for
Church in Latin America
Th a n k yo u s o mu ch f o r yo u r co n t in u o u s
g en e ro u s d o n a t io n s.

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