jULY 24, 2016 - Holy Name of Mary

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jULY 24, 2016 - Holy Name of Mary
Serving San Dimas and La Verne and surrounding communities
Staffed by the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Lord, teach us how to pray,
not that we can pray better but that we can love more.
July 24, 2016
17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
My dear sisters and brothers,
Today’s Gospel finds the disciples asking Jesus to
teach them to pray. We join them as we go into the
eye and heart of God.
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Mis queridos hermanos y hermanas,
El evangelio de hoy encuentra a los discípulos
pidiendole a Jesús que les enseñe a orar.
Nos unimos a ellos a medida que avanzamos en la
mirada y el corazón de Dios.
FOR YOUR PRAYER
YOUR JOURNEY INTO GOD,
MAY YOU BE GIVEN A SMALL STORM
A LITTLE HURRICANE
NAMED AFTER YOU,
PERSISTENT ENOUGH
TO GET YOUR ATTENTION
VIOLENT ENOUGH
TO AWAKEN YOU TO NEW DEPTHS
STRONG ENOUGH
TO SHAKE YOU TO THE ROOTS
MAJESTIC ENOUGH
TO REMIND YOU OF YOUR ORIGIN:
MADE OF THE EARTH
YET STEEPED IN ETERNITY
FRAIL HUMAN DUST
YET SOAKED WITH INFINITY.
YOU BEGIN YOUR STORM
UNDER THE EYE OF GOD.
A WATCHFUL, CARING EYE
GAZES IN YOUR DIRECTION
AS YOU WRESTLE
WITH THE LIFE FORCE WITHIN.
Por tu oración
tu viajas hacia Dios,
Puede que tengas una pequeña tormenta un
pequeño huracán
nombrado despues de ti,
suficiente persistente
para llamar tu atención
lo suficientemente violento
para despertarte a nuevas profundidades
lo suficientemente fuerte
para sacudirte desde las raíces
suficientemente majestuoso
para recordarte de tu origen:
hecho de tierra
sin embargo, te llenas de eternidad
polvo frágil humano
aún empapado con el infinito.
Tu comienzas tu tormenta
bajo la mirada de Dios.
A, ojo atento vigilantes
miradas en tu dirección
cuando tu luchas
con la fuerza de la vida interior.
IN THE MIDST OF THESE HOLY WINDS
IN THE MIDST OF THIS DIVINE WRESTLING
YOUR STORM JOURNEY
LIKE ALL HURRICANES
LEADS YOU INTO THE EYE,
INTO THE EYE OF GOD
WHERE ALL IS CALM AND QUIET.
A STILLNESS BEYOND IMAGINING!
INTO THE EYE OF GOD
AFTER THE STORM
INTO THE SILENT, BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS
INTO THE EYE OF GOD
En medio de estos vientos santos
En medio de esta lucha divina
tu viaje tormentoso
al igual que todos los huracanes
te lleva a el ojo,
a el ojo de Dios
donde todo es calma y tranquilidad.
Una quietud mas allá de la imaginación!
En el ojo de Dios
después de la tormenta
En el silencio, la oscuridad hermosa
En el ojo de Dios
Grateful for you just choosing to worship with us.
Remembering you in prayer, with love,
Fr. Rich
Agradecido por sólo elegir adorar a Dios con
nosotros. Recordandolos en oración, con amor,
“How powerful prayer is! May we never lose the courage
to say: Lord, give us your peace.” Pope Francis
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 24, 2016
PRESIDER KEY* C=Cronin D=Danyluk PD=Peter Dennis
WM=Bill Moore *Schedule subject to change
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday 5pm, and 1st Saturday 8:30am
Sunday 8am, 10am & 5pm; Domingo 12:30pm(Español)
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Monday—Friday 8:30am (English)
SATURDAY, JULY 23RD
5:00 PM C
Kasey Igwedgbe,
Escobedo, Levi
Clare Eubanks,
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday 3:30pm (English)
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
SUNDAY, JULY 24TH
8:00 AM D
Christina Coppack, Joe Calderon, Int. Mary Garcia,
Odette Tecson
First Friday until 6:00pm
EARLY MORNING ADORATION
Weekday Mornings 6:00am— 8:30am
Sign-up Sheet in the Narthex of the Church
LITURGY OF THE HOURS
Monday – Saturday after Adoration Exposition
MISAS Y SERVICIOS EN ESPAÑOL
MIERCOLES A LAS 6:30 PM
PRIMER MIERCOLES: MISA Y LA UNCION DE LOS ENFERMOS.
SEGUNDO MIERCOLES: SERVICIO DE COMMUNION
TERCER MIERCOLES: MISA Y CONFESIONES
CUARTO MIERCOLES : SERVICIO DE COMUNION
Barbara Troio, Marylou
Latty, Willie Fajardo Sr.,
10:00 AM D
12:30 PM
VISITING
PRIEST
Jose Tumambing, Int. Aron and Drew Gaither,
Theresa CIro, Cordisco, Maria Carmen Gutierrez,
Frank Morales.
Robert Mejia, Elizabeth Gaspar, Celsa Almader,
Edelmira L. de Gaviria, Jesus Rosales, Int. Bill
Shaffer, Int. Annette Jimenez, Int. Luz Marina
Perez, Int. David Real and Cingy Macias,
5:00 PM WM John Cameron, Nanu Onyebula
MONDAY, JULY 25TH
8:30 AM WM Int. Richard Acuna, Francisco
Luise Stoddart, Florence Crouch
Garcia,
TUESDAY, JULY 26TH
8:30 AM D
Nicholas Lemmo, Richard Windisch
In Memoriam
SYLVIA CARMODY 
JACKIE HOWARD  
MARK MOORE 
JAKE AMARO 
Please pray for the Sick & the
Suffering in our Community:
.
Helen Calderon, Andrea Guerra, Linda Wilcox, Carol Durban,
Ken Cachat, Veronica Vale, Mya Daniel, Melinda Zamora, Rick
Garrett, Floyd Jackson, Tony Quintero, Luis Benavides, Fely
Garcia, Maria Sanchez, Luz Marina Perez, Ramon Ulloa, Arnoldo
Pedrego, Angelica Martinez, Adam Eddie, Linda Wilcox, Carol
Durban, Wilma Gibbs, Edgar Orellana, R. Josephine, Daniel
Lopez, Linda Wilcox, Carol Durban, Marco Montoya, Martha
Troncone, Hector Hernandez, Kim and Floyd Jackson, Theresa
Morales, and Daniel Hernandez Franco.
Holy Name of Mary Parish is not responsible for any
lost or stolen items. Please do not leave your purses or
valuables unattended.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27TH
8:30 AM PD Int. of Residents of Casa Bonita, Int. Helen Tice
THURSDAY, JULY 28TH
8:30 AM PD Joe and Lucy Aschoff, Martin Garber Jr. Int. Lou
Myers
FRIDAY, JULY 29TH
8:30 AM D
Luis and Ester Gomez, Roger Emard, Int. Ivan
De Herrera Jr.
NEXT WEEKEND PRIEST MASS SCHEDULE:
SAT. 5:00—D,
SUN. 8—WM, 10—WM, 12:30—D, 5:00—C
Would you like to find a ministry that
best suits your gifts and talents?
Holy Name of Mary has 93 ministries and councils, if
you considering volunteering but are not sure where
your gifts and talents can best be used, please contact
Jacqueline Trinkaus at (909)599-1243 ext. 111 or
[email protected]
July 24,
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May 8,
2016
Backpack Drive
& School Supplies
VBS Snack
Donations needed!
Please help feed our hungry
VBS students.
We are
creating special snacks for our
180 participants during the
week of July 25-29. Any
donations you can provide
are greatly appreciated and
needed by Thursday, July
21st.
Donations needed are:
- Napkins
- Dessert plates
- Dinner plates
- Lots of drinking cups!
- Individual bags of chips
- Large boxes of Goldfish
crackers
- Sandwich Thins
- Frozen waffles
- 6 inch flour tortillas
- Ranch dressing
- Resealable sandwich bags
- Large bottles of hand
sanitizer
- Smart & Final gift cards
This is the 8th year for our annual
Backpack and School Supply Drive. The
donations collected will benefit children
in our area through SVDP as well as our
sister school Immaculate Conception in Los Angeles. We are asking
for donations of backpacks, pencils, crayons, markers, wide/college
ruled paper, rulers, colored pencils, sharpeners, erasers, hand
sanitizer, tissues, glue, spiral notebooks, glue sticks, construction
paper, copy paper, pens, folders, and pencil boxes. Gift cards to
Payless Shoes, Target or Walmart greatly appreciated!
Your donations can be delivered to the large box located in the
Narthex of the church, please place gift card donations in an
envelope labeled “School Supply Drive.” They can be placed in the
collection basket or brought to the parish office. Our drive will run
until August 15th. Please call Brenda Luna at ext. 137 or email
[email protected] if you have any questions. Thank you for
continuing to open your heart to others in need.
is looking for people to
help enhance the sights and sounds of our liturgical experience at mass.
Are you comfortable around computers and electronic
equipment, are not intimidated by technology, can follow
detailed instructions, are a quick study, and can think on
your feet? ...Holy Name of Mary needs YOU!
If this sounds like you, or seems like someone you know, please
contact Raul Villaruz at [email protected] to see if you’ve got
what it takes to make the team. A Training will be conducted on
July 28, 2016 from 7:00pm—8:30pm in the church.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Join the La Verne Fire & Police Departments in developing our
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) that will train La
Verne residents to assist as first responders to emergencies that arise in
our community. No previous experience is required and training is
free—first aid, fire suppression, emergency communication, etc. An
information session will be presented on August 10th at 6pm in the
La VerneCommunity Center adjacent to City Hall. If
you
cannot
attend, contact us at [email protected] for more details.
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Martha
Ministry
The members of the
live out the Corporal and Spiritual works of Mercy by
feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty and
comforting the sorrowful. In the past the Martha
Ministry have served the people of Holy Name of
Mary with their generous gifts of nourishment and
love. They provided meals to families after births,
during illness, during and after hospitalizations and after the death
of a loved one. With our new hall we have an increased need for
this ministry to also help host gatherings after funerals. If you have
been involved in this ministry in the past or are interested in joining
please contact Jacqueline at [email protected] or
(909)599-1243 ext 111.
Volunteer Connections
by Jacqueline Trinkaus
“Gathered with Mary as one family in the
Eucharist, we are called to live the love of
Jesus.” Some of our family are unable to
gather with us on Sundays, so our Outreach
Eucharist
Ministers
bring
Holy
Communion to them. The Outreach
Eucharistic Ministers are practicing the
Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy
through feeding the hungry, visiting the
sick, visiting the imprisoned, and praying
for the living. Each week these dedicated ministers bring prayer,
comfort, community and Eucharist to 30 individuals in their
home,
9
assisted
living/retirement
centers,
3
detention camps, 2 hospitals and 1 hospice. If you are interested in
being a part of this very special ministry or if you or someone in
your family has a need please contact me at
[email protected] or (909)599-1243 ext. 111.
This is an excerpt from an e-mail I received about 2 of our
Outreach Eucharistic Ministers. “Isabel and Jose Daniel Rodriguez
have been taking my mother communion for more than 3 years now.
They have followed her every Sunday and Holy Day to take her
Communion to her home, to the hospital, to the rehab center, back
home, to the hospital again, to home, to the nursing home, back and
forth. They are The Best! The Lord put them in my life for a reason,
and I am most blessed by their presence in my mother’s life and in
mine.”
July 24, 2016
Bible Study
“The Eucharist in
Scripture”
Thursday Evenings at 7pm in
the Damien Room—Join us!
This study explores and
emphasizes the importance of
meals shared in faithful fellowship as part of our covenant
relationship with God. Old
Testament meals and promises
provide the foundation for
gospel meals with Jesus, culminating in the Last Supper as
understood by Paul and in
Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
'Breaking bread,' in Acts and
the Bread of Life discourse in
John are carefully examined.
Six sessions.
October 1st & 2nd, 2016
More details to follow…
Helpers Needed
Summer will soon be behind us and we will be back in full swing of parish events
in our beautiful hall. We are always in need of volunteer servers and kitchen help.
If you are interested please email me at [email protected] Thank you for
the time you donate, it is greatly appreciated.
July 24, 2016
17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Grief Support
Please join us on Saturday August 6th at 9:15 in the
Damien Room in the Hall following the First Saturday
8:30 Mass and Anointing for a special guest speaker,
Galen Goben, on grief. Please join us for coffee and
a light breakfast during this special talk about death
as a journey, and its difficulty as we move out from
the closeness of the death and the funeral. Time has
this odd element to it in that we are in a new kind of
time, so the death of a loved one can feel both
immediate and so far away. However, others who are
not so affected by the death, their time has not be
impacted so much. So their lives carry on and yours
changes, this is a part of the challenge.
Galen Goben has been involved with grief and loss
for over 20 years, beginning as a pastor, providing
funerals for the community and now as Forest Lawn’s
Grief Support Coordinator. In this role he is
responsible for providing grief resources for the
communities surrounding Forest Lawn’s nine
locations. He meets with bereaved people helping
them normalize their experience. He provides
referrals to bereavement groups, therapists and
books and publications that grieving people can
access to give them the support they need to manage their grief in a healthy way.
We hope you can join us, no reservation necessary,
please email Brenda at [email protected]
or contact me at ext. 137 if you have any questions.
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The Shield Men’s Group
had a very interesting guest
speaker on July 12th.
Monsignor Theophilus
Okere, invited by life-long
friends Lou and Barbara
Loubet, brought us his life
experiences as a man of
God, having dealt with difficult situations around the
world in chaotic times. Originally from Eboland
(previously referred to as
Biafra) in eastern Nigeria,
he met his first outsider at
the age of 5 - a German Missionary priest, and his vocation
began at that moment. He spoke of the three seminaries he had
started in his native land, his education at major universities in
Ireland, Belgium, the United States, France and elsewhere. His
lifelong involvement as a professor, as an advisor to the Vatican
and the many ways he had supported the missionary efforts of
many people, especially the Holy Ghost Fathers from Ireland.
The monsignor is a vital, lively and articulate 80 years young,
and it was a very interesting and informative night for all the men
and women present at the Shield meeting. Asked about his
opinion as to the main reason for the apparent world-wide
decline in vocations to the priesthood, as well as in active
Catholics and other Christian churches, he said there was a
common denominator that ran throughout them all. “The
problem is materialism,” he said, “the worldly among us are too
wrapped up in ‘things’ - owning, using, proud of, and all
that. Spirituality is the exact opposite of materialism! Those
who crave power and possessions cannot be truly followers of
Jesus, though they may try.” He expanded on this theme, and it
was obvious that he was well informed and extremely dedicated
to his life work as a shepherd to so many. He will soon be
returning to his native country, but will remain also a world
traveler, well aware of the difficulties that people of faith
encounter, seemingly at every turn.
The Shield Men's Group
meets weekly in FF room
204/205 in the Faith Formation section of the Hall
for All - 7 PM - and all men
of the parish are invited to
drop in to meet, greet and
be welcomed!
To submit a ministry article for the parish bulletin email it to
[email protected] The article must be a word
or publisher file. Due to printing deadlines, submit article 5 days
in advance from desired publish date.
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Food Pantry “Sowing Seeds For Life”
1st & 3rd Wednesday
of every month
11:00 a.m. –4:00 p.m.
All Los Angeles County residents are welcome! Please
bring proof of County residency using either photo
identification or utility bill
with your name and current
address. We also operate a
special pantry for veterans and seniors on the
2 Friday of every month as well.
1350 ARROW HIGHWAY, LA VERNE, CA 91750– CALL
909-293-7735 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
$5.00 per person
Pancake Breakfast
Sunday July 31st
.
Join us for Pancakes,
Bacon & Eggs,
Coffee and Juice
after the 8am and 10am
Masses in the
Sacred Hearts Hall.
July 24, 2016
From the Director of Administration…
St. Teresa of Avila had this to say about prayer: “The
most potent and acceptable prayer is the prayer that
leaves the best effects. I do not mean it must immediately fill the soul with desire… The best effects are
those which are followed by actions…when the soul
not only desires the honor of God, but really strives
for it.”
Her point is that prayer requires action. That is the
same conclusion we might draw about stewardship
as a way of life. Adding the phrase “as a way of life”
implies that it is more than an attitude. It is something that should fill every moment of every day for
us.
That is what Jesus is trying to communicate to us —
that we must be consistent and persevere in prayer.
Our lives should reflect our ongoing prayer. You
might say how we live our lives is a living prayer.
That is what the Lord wants from us. As the Lord
advises us, “Ask and you will receive; seek and you
will find; knock and the door will be opened to
you.”
July 16 & 17, 2016
Weekly
Fiscal Year
to Date
YTD $ vs Last
Year
Offertory
$26,381.50
$86,470.00
+$1,1472+15.3%
Propagation
of Faith
$9,691.00
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Thank you for your generosity to Holy Name of Mary Parish!
Mass in Recognition of all Immigrants
As we continue to celebrate who we are as
Catholics and as people of faith during this
Year of Faith, we recognize that we are an
Immigrant Church and take seriously the
Gospel call to welcome the stranger among
us. We, the Church of Los Angeles, are
mindful that we are a Church of many
peoples, with different backgrounds,
different stories, and different family
histories. Each of us is unique, but our
Catholic faith teaches us that we are all
made in the image of God - imago Dei.
Thousands of Catholic faithful gathered for
a special Mass Sunday in support of
comprehensive immigration reform at the
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in
downtown Los Angeles. The Mass in
Recognition of All Immigrants, presided by
Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, followed a procession of immigrants originally from Latin America and beyond at the Cathedral Plaza.
Twenty-four attendees included children and teens from Holy Name of Mary Participated in this Special Mass.
This Week’s Events at HNM
Adoration: Monday—Saturday at 6am in the CH
Rosary Group: Monday-Friday 9am Chapel
Centering Prayer: Monday—Friday at 8am in the Chapel
Monday, July 25, 2016
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
9:00 AM
5:45 PM
7:00 PM
Daily Mass
Vacation Bible School
Rosary Group
Miracle Monday Rosary
AA Weekly Meeting
CHURCH
Faith Formation
9:00 AM
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
3:15 PM
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
Daily Mass
Rosary Group
Vacation Bible School
Tuesday Rosary Group
Children's Choir Rehearsal
Lectores (Ensayo)
Parish Finance Council
Choir Practice
Chapel
Faculty Room
CHURCH
Chapel
Faith Formation
Chapel
CHURCH
CHURCH
OLG
CHURCH
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Daily Mass
Rosary Group
Spanish Communion Service
Spanish Choir Practice
R.C. I. A
Pastoral Council Monthly meeting
Centering Prayer
CHURCH
Chapel
CHURCH
CHURCH
Damien Room
OLG
Workroom/Copier
Thursday, July 28, 2016
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
9:00 AM
6:45 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Daily Mass
Rosary Group
Vacation Bible School
SHSB Praise and Worship
AV Training
Evening Bible Study
Prayer Shawl Ministry Meeting
CHURCH
Chapel
Faith Formation
Chapel
CHURCH
Damien Room
OLG & Workroom
Friday, July 29, 2016
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
Daily Mass
Rosary Group
Vacation Bible School
VBS Closing Mass
www.hnmparish.org
Holy Name of Mary School
124 S. San Dimas Canyon Road, San Dimas, CA 91773
Phone: (909) 542–0449 • holynamemaryschool.org
Principal, Holy Name of Mary School
Deborah Marquez Ext. 226 [email protected]
Chapel
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
8:30 AM
724 East Bonita Avenue, San Dimas, CA 91773 Phone:
(909) 599–1243 • FAX: (909) 599–4230
CHURCH
Chapel
Faith Formation
Pastor
Fr. Rich Danyluk, SS.CC. Ext. 114 [email protected]
Deacons
Marv Estey Ext. 177
Al & Rita Austin (RCIA) Ext. 110
Jose & Maria Guadamuz Ext. 171
Mario & Irene Lopez Ext. 110
Director of Pastoral Ministry
Charlie Martinez Ext. 140 [email protected]
Director of Administration
Pat Joyce Ext. 112 [email protected]
Liturgy, Weddings & Grief Support Minister,
Brenda Luna
Ext. 137 [email protected]
Director of Music
Trevor Thomson Ext. 135 [email protected]
Parish Secretary
Deborah Lamborghini Ext. 110 [email protected]
Administrative Assistant
Michele Cote Ext. 199 [email protected]
Communications Coordinator
Gabby Ulloa Ext. 136
[email protected]
Interim Volunteer Coordinator
Jacqueline Trinkaus, ext.111 [email protected]
Coordinator of Catechetical Programs
Melanie Bailey Ext. 232 [email protected]
Youth Minister & Confirmation Coordinator
Candice Brown Ext. 234 [email protected]
Religious Education Administrative Assistant
Erika Montenegro Ext. 280 [email protected]
St. Vincent de Paul Conf. Ext. 138
Marriage Annulments
Mary Ann Brewer-Nolan
626-359-3854
Serving Senior Living Communities:
Brookdale, Hillcrest, Casa Bonita,
San Dimas Retirement & Atria
Serving Camps: Afflerbaugh, Paige & Rockey
CHURCH
Saturday, July 30, 2016
8:30 AM
3:30 PM
5:00 PM
Communion Service
Reconciliation
Mass
CHURCH
CHURCH
CHURCH
Sunday, July 31, 2016
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:30 PM
5:00 PM
KofC Pancake Breakfast
Mass
Mass
Spanish Mass
Mass
HALL
CHURCH
CHURCH
CHURCH
CHURCH
Believing and Belonging”
Registering in your parish is a demonstration of your
commitment to be a part of Holy Name of Mary and
is important so that we can count you in. We ask that
all families whether you’re brand new to the parish or
if you’ve been here for many years to complete the
simple registration form so we may have your most
up to date information.
Register online at www.hnmparish.org/register
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DE Colores!!
Have you heard of Cursillo? Would you
like to know more? We have a monthly
meeting called Ultreya where you can find
out. Ultreya is held every fourth (4th)
Friday of the month. Please join us in the
St. Frances Room (ff 201) in the Sacred
Hearts Hall. We meet from 7:00 to
9:00pm. Hope to see you there.
For more information, contact: Rita
Austin at 909-593-9403.
It’s time to register your
children…
FAITH FORMATION
ENROLLMENT 2016-17
First Communion—Confirmation—
Spanish First Communion
Post Communion—Sunday
School—Edge
REGISTRATION FORMS &
PROGRAM DETAILS AVAILABLE:
www.hnmparish.org/enrollment-2016-17
*Bring your child’s Baptismal Certificate &
payment at the time of Registration!
ENROLL SUNDAY-THURSDAY
DURING OFFICE HOURS!
Sunday 9 am – 4 pm
Monday – Thursday 11 am 6 pm
Friday – Saturday Closed
Queen of Peace
Rosary Group
Healing Mass Schedule
ON THE DAYS WHERE NO PRIEST IS LISTED, WE WILL
MEET FOR ADORATION, ROSARY, CHAPLET AND
PRAISE AND WORSHIP BEGINNING AT 6:45 PM
Please Join Us!
July 28, 2016
August 5, 2016
Praise & Worship (Chapel)
"VIANNEY"
BY ST. LUKE PRODUCTIONS
7:00 pm in the Church
Tickets and Information:
Stephany at 909-260-2033
INSRIPCIONES PARA FORMACIÓN DE FE 2016-17 Primera Comunión y confirmación
FORMAS DE REGISTRACION Y DETALLES DE LOS PROGRAMAS DISPONIBLES EN:
www.hnmparish.org/enrollment-2016-17
*Favor de traer el certificado de bautismo de su hijo/a.
Todas las formas y el pago deben ser entregadas en persona y a la oficina de Formación de Fe.
domingos 9 am – 4 pm
•
lunes-jueves 11 am – 6 pm • viernes-sábados Cerrados