12-20-2015 - St. Nicholas of Tolentine

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12-20-2015 - St. Nicholas of Tolentine
SAINT NICHOLAS OF
TOLENTINE PARISH
150-75 Goethals Ave. Jamaica, NY 11432
(718) 969-3226 - Office
(718) 380-0345 - Fax
www.stnicholas-queens.org
ALL ARE WELCOME!
WEEKEND SCHEDULE/HORARIO DE MISAS
Saturday Eve:
Sunday Masses:
5:00 P.M.
7:30 A.M.
9:15 A.M. (ESPAÑOL)
10:45 A.M.
12:15 P.M.
5:00 P.M.
Daily Mass - Monday to Saturday 7:45 am and 12:05 pm
BAPTISMS
Parents must first make an appointment in the rectory 2 months
before the date and present the original birth certificate.
English: Usually the 2nd Saturday and 4th Sunday of each month
at a 2:00 pm ceremony and at Sunday Mass by arrangement.
Instruction class is on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm
Spanish: Usually the 3rd Sunday of each month at a 2:00 pm
ceremony. Instruction class is on the Friday before at 7:00 pm.
RECONCILIATION (CONFESSIONS)
Monday through Saturday: 11:45 am- 12:00 Noon - Chapel
Saturday: 4:00 - 4:45 pm - Church. And by appointment.
MARRIAGE
According to Diocesan regulations, arrangements must be made at
least six months in advance in the rectory.
CARE OF THE SICK
Communion is regularly brought to the sick by the Priests and
Ministers of Communion. Please let us know if someone is
confined at home because of illness or age.
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 12 Noon & 1:00 - 9:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
ST. NICHOLAS OF TOLENTINE CATHOLIC ACADEMY (Pre-K to 8)
80-22 Parsons Blvd.
Phone: 718-380-1900
www.sntschoolny.org
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CENTER
150-85 Goethals Ave.
Phone: 718-591-6536
OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET
Phone: 718-591-1815
Email: [email protected]
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Most Sundays from 1:30-4:45 pm
and First Fridays.
DECEMBER 20, 2015
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
SAINT NICHOLAS OF TOLENTINE PARISH
Masses for the Week
Saturday, December 19
5:00p Deceased Members of the Comerford Family
Sunday, December 20 (Fourth Sunday of Advent)
7:30 Bruce Scarola & Family
9:15 Aurelia & Angel Muñiz
Deceased Members of the Muñiz & Camacho Families
Josefa Muñiz
Ismael Hernandez
10:45 People of the Parish
Living Members of the Lindor & Dejean Families
Santiago Ordona, Sr.
Andres Quinola, Jr.
Alma Consuegra (L)
Aurora Lacambra
Augusto Nolasco
Virgilio H. Zamora
12:15 Publio Diaz
5:00p Arnaldo Paulino (L)
Monday, December 21
7:45 Augusto Nolasco
12:05 Danny Pelo (L) B-day
Tuesday, December 22
7:30 Joseph Dugan
12:05 Robert Antenorcruz
Wednesday, December 23
7:45 Paula Bieg
12:05 P.O. Roy Sullo
Thursday, December 24
12:05 De Ocampo Family
5:00 John La Colla
7:30p Carlos A. Fernandez
12:00a People of the Parish
Friday, December 25
9:30 Christmas Novena
11:30 People of the Parish
Saturday, December 26
7:45 Raoul Steven Vargas
12:05 Christmas Novena
5:00p Juanita & Louis Zarofinski
Sunday, December 27
7:30 Christmas Novena
9:15 Antonio Muñiz
Carmen Rayo de Hurtado
Rafael A. Sanchez
10:45 Jeanetta Logan
Jorge Franco
Augusto Nolasco
Thomas George
Mary Insante
Susan Fertig
Alma Consuegra (L)
Alberto Garcia
Stephen Lewis (L)
Living and Deceased Members of the Dael Family
12:15 People of the Parish
5:00p Enrique Riofrio
JAMAICA, NY
ACTIVITIES FOR The week
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20
8:45 am - Religious Education Classes - R/E Center
9:00 am - 4:00 pm - Indoor Flea Market - Tolentine Hall
10:30 am - RCIA - Church/Rectory
10:30 am - Spanish RICA - R/E Center
10:30 am - Spanish Posada - Cafeteria
12:00 pm - Youth Group - Youth Center
1:00 pm - Sports - Gym
2:00 pm - Spanish Baptisms - Church
4:00 pm - Advent Evening Prayer/Benediction - Chapel
MONDAY, DECEMBER 21
4:45 pm - Volleyball - Gym
6:00 pm - Sports - Gym
6:30 pm - ESL - Seton Hall
7:00 pm - Shelter - Austin Hall
7:00 pm - N.A. - Cafeteria
7:00 pm - Spanish Evangelization Team - R/E Center
7:30 pm - Simbang Gabi Novena - Chapel
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22
10:30 am - Active Retirees - Tolentine Hall
6:00 pm - Sports - Gym
6:00 pm - Self-Help - Seton Hall
7:00 pm - Shelter - Austin Hall
7:15 pm - A.A. - Cafeteria
7:30 pm - Simbang Gabi Novena - Chapel
7:30 pm - Ultreya - R/E Center
7:30 pm - Youth Awakening - Youth Center
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23
6:00 pm - Sports - Gym
6:30 pm - ESL - Cafeteria/Seton Hall
7:00 pm - Shelter - Austin Hall
7:30 pm - Simbang Gabi Novena - Chapel
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26
9:30 am - Zumba Fitness - Tolentine Hall
10:00 am - Sports - Gym
10:00 am - ESL - Cafeteria/Seton Hall
2:00 pm - Catholics in Action - R/E Center
3:00 pm - Volleyball - Gym
7:15 pm - A.A - Cafeteria
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27
10:30 am - Evangelization for Adults/Spanish - Tolentine Hall
10:30 am - Grupo de Parejas - Cafeteria
12:00 pm - Youth Group - Youth Center
1:00 pm - Sports - Gym
2:00 pm - Baptisms - Church
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fourth SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Next Weekend’s Readings
Parish Stewardship
Week Ending: December 13, 2015
Total Regular Collection:
$11,176.00
Last year same weekend:
$9605.00
Thank you for your generous support.
SECOND COLLECTION UPDATE
1 Samuel 1:20-22, 24-28 or Sirach 3:26, 12-14
Hannah keeps her promise, and surrenders
her child to the service of God.
Psalm 84:2-3, 5-6, 9-10 or 128:1-2, 3, 4-5
Those who are happy and strong take up the grateful way
of pilgrimage.
This Weekend - The Second Collection will be for the
“Gift to My Church”.
1 John 3:1-2, 21-24 or Colossians 3:12-21
In the love we share, God is like a Father and we are God’s
children.
December 25th - Bishop DiMarzio invites all in this Extraordinary Year of Mercy to join him in this year’s Annual Catholic Charities Collection. The collection takes
place at all Christmas Masses. Please return the special
Catholic Charities envelope from your envelope packet with
your gift. If you did not receive a printed envelope, we ask
you to use a Catholic Charities envelope available in the
Church or your own blank envelope marked for “Catholic
Charities”. Bishop Di Marzio urges all to join in sharing
God’s love with families and children in need by giving generously to this year’s Catholic Charities Christmas collec-
Luke 2:41-52
Jesus does what adolescents do, pursuing his destiny without asking permission.
Weekend Mass Presiders
December 26 & 27, 2015
Saturday 5:00 pm - Fr. Tom D’Albro
Sunday
7:30 am - Fr. Tom D’Albro
9:15 am - Fr. John Francis
Diacono Lizama
10:45 am - Fr. Peter Mahoney
Deacon Catanello
Advent Evening Prayer
Please come to the Blessed
Sacrament Chapel for a Communal Celebration of Evening
Prayer and Benediction, at 4:00 pm, on Sunday, December 20th.
12:15 pm - Fr. John Gribowich
5:00 pm - Fr. John Gribowich
(Subject to Change)
“It is by God's will that we have been sanctified.”
How is God calling you to grow in holiness? If He may be
inviting you to the priesthood, diaconate or consecrated
life, contact the Vocation Office at (718) 827-2454 or
email: [email protected]
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
The Sick:
ACTIVE RETIREES
CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON
Tuesday, December 22, 2015 at 11:30 A.M.
In Tolentine Hall
All are welcome to attend!
Lydia Bautista, Elisa Cabarg, Consorcia Cruz,
Annmarie Donegan, Venise Emmanuel, Felicita Febus,
Romulo Florendo, Tanaisha Gilchrist, Juan Gutierrez,
Melissa Hitchcock, Timmy Holz, Janice Mc Manus, Loida
Maquiran, Joan Mulligan, Vicenté Mercado, Daniel O’Neill,
Jimmy Pietri, Luis Piñero, Sam Rodriguez, Luis Rosero, Ottoniel Rueda, Rebecca Russell, Laura Salinas and Estella
Strauss.
Deceased: Lionel Anclade, Matilda Appan, George Blaha,
Family Mass is at the 10:45 am Mass
Sr., Alfred Lamberti, John Lamberti and Priscilla A. Ranjo.
Please join us and bring a friend!
Schedule of Family Masses for 2016 is:
Sundays - January 10th, (has been moved from January
3rd), February 7th, March 6th, April 3rd and May 1st.
“The family that prays together, stays together.”
CHRISTMAS NOVENA CARDS
Let your loved ones and friends know how much they
mean to you with a beautiful Christmas Novena card, they
are available in the Rectory Office.
December 20, 2015
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From the Pastor’s Desk….
As we come together this weekend to celebrate the Fourth Sunday of Advent, we are about to celebrate Christmas; the
birth of Jesus. We praise God like Mary and Elizabeth in the Gospel (today) for all His mighty deeds in our lives and we
pray for the gift of peace and joy. This week I would like to share with you the reflection of Fr. Tom D’Albro (based on
Philippians 4:4-7) preached at the Evening Prayer in the presence of the exposed Blessed Sacrament.
Whenever I hear this passage from Philippians, this beautiful message that comes right from the heart of St. Paul (the
scholars tell us that these Christians at Philippi were especially dear to him), whenever I hear these uplifting words, to be
honest they leave me with mixed feelings.
On the one hand, I say right on, Paul: your words are positive, consoling and uplifting, without any doubt. And yet, I’m
also tempted to say: wait just one minute, Paul. You’re telling us to “rejoice.” How do you do that in the kind of world
that we live in today with its many intractable problems that cause so much suffering to so many?
And then you tell us to “have no anxiety at all.” Would you please tell me how that is possible in this age of terrorism and
economic uncertainty?
We have eyes, just like everybody else; we see the very harsh realities all around the world. And we have ears that hear
the sounds of violence and injustice that devastate and dislocate the lives of so many.
How can we rejoice? How can we have no anxiety? The answer: we can because we also have faith!
That doesn’t mean that we live in a bubble, in a fantasy world that is protected from the anxiety and fear and suffering
that surround us. No, we live in the same world as everybody else. But with the eyes of our faith, we can also “see” beyond the darkness that still blankets our world. With the eyes of our Christian faith, we can see the dawning of a new
day where there is no longer reason to have anxiety. We can see a new tomorrow where there is every reason to rejoice
from sunrise to sunset.
That’s what Christian hope is all about. That’s why St Paul had no hesitation as he invited his Philippian friends to rejoice
without fear or anxiety. Yes, we have a faith that makes hope, not just one possibility among others: our faith makes
hope inevitable!
How do I know that? How did Paul know that? How can we be so trusting that God will make sure that a new day dawns
for all of us?
We can because God has already come through for us. We have tangible proof that our hope is real. And there it is, right
there on the altar, the Eucharistic presence of our Lord.
When Jesus rose from the dead, he made that possible. When Jesus rose from the dead, the curtain of the world was
torn in half and revealed the beginning of a new world.
That real Eucharistic presence of Jesus the Christ, our Lord and Savior is the sign to all of us, until the end of time, that
the Lord is indeed “near to us.” That’s our faith! And it is only a matter of time until “the peace of God that surpasses all
understanding” finally takes hold in the world. That’s our hope!
Finally, on behalf of our priests, deacons and the parish staff I wish you and all your loved ones A Blessed Christmas!
May God grant us peace and joy!
Fr. John Francis
fourth SUNDAY OF ADVENT
ST. NICHOLAS OF TOLENTINE
CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE 2015
CHRISTMAS CONFESSIONS
Saturday, December 19th (3:30-4:30 PM)
Monday - Wednesday,
December 21st - 23rd
(11:45 AM to12:00 noon)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24
CHRISTMAS EVE MASSES
5:00 PM
7:30 PM
12 Midnight
Join us for caroling half hour
before each Mass
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25
CHRISTMAS DAY MASS
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
NEW YEAR’S MASSES
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31
NEW YEAR’S EVE
7:30 PM
FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 2016
NEW YEAR’S DAY
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
Please note: There is NO 5:00 pm
Mass on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day
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December 20, 2015
Annual Catholic Appeal Update
(As of November 23, 2015)
Parish Goal: $75,301.00
Total Pledged: $77,964.00
Received: $69,684.17
# of Donors: 344
Please take some time to reflect on what sacrifice you can
make this year for the Appeal. Thank you for your generosity!
2015 STUDY SERIES
Untold Blessing: Three Paths to Holiness
Rev. Robert E. Barron
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
7:30 - 9:30 pm in Tolentine Hall
St. Nick’s is a welcoming community in the
Catholic Tradition, enriched by many cultures, rooted in God’s Word and the Eucharist, offering loving service.
RECTORY
Rev. John Francis
Rev. Thomas G. D’Albro
Rev. John Gribowich
Rev. Peter A. Mahoney
Msgr. Stephen Adu-Kwaning
Deacon Joseph Catanello
Deacon José Lizama
Pastor
Parochial Vicar
Parochial Vicar
Weekend Assistant
In Residence
Permanent Deacon
Permanent Deacon
STAFF
Mrs. Elena Turull
Mrs. Katherine Ferrara
Mr. Steven Acosta
Mr. José L. Villanueva
Sr. Karen Cavanagh, C.S.J.
Ms. Christina Rosado
Mrs. Rose Ruesing
Administrative Assistant
Receptionist
Maintenance Manager
Music Director
Family Minister
Youth Minister
Youth Minister
ST. NICHOLAS OF TOLENTINE CATHOLIC ACADEMY
Mr. Robert Lowenberg
Principal
Mrs. Ethel Cofresi
Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Lorraine White
Secretary
Mrs. Sonya Vidal
Tuition Manager
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CENTER
Mrs. Monica Gonzalez
Mrs. Joyce O’Brien
Coordinator
Secretary
Reprinted with permission from Prepare the Word (©2015),
PrepareTheWord.com.
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fourth SUNDAY OF ADVENT
ATTENTION PLEASE
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ST. NICHOLAS OF TOLENTINE SHELTER
For those who would like to bring up the gifts
during Mass, we ask that you please do the
following:
Sit in the pew directly in front of the gift table on the right
side of the church; Speak with one of the ushers before Mass
starts. Thank you.
The Sisters of Saint Dominic of Amityville cordially invite
you to please join us for Vespers at 4 pm in St. Albert’s
Chapel at the Queen of the Rosary Motherhouse on the
following Sundays -Youth Vespers; January 17; March
13; April 17 and May 15. The Sisters of St. Dominic are
located at 555 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701. For
more information, please call 631-842-6000. May God
bless you. Thank you.
FLEA MARKET UPDATE
The Shelter will be closed from January 4th through January 24th, 2016 due to lack of volunteers. We will re-open
on Monday, January 25th, 2016.
YOUTH CHRISTMAS ART CONTEST
Students in grades 1-12, living or studying in Brooklyn or
Queens are invited to prepare for Christmas this year by
participating in the annual contest organized by The Tablet
Newspaper and sponsored by the Archbishop John Hughes
Knights of Columbus. This year our traditional Keep Christ
in Christmas Contest has an additional theme: Greeting
Card for Pope Francis. For full details, please visit:
thetablet.org/Christmas-art-contest/ or call 718-517-3132.
Our Indoor Flea Market is today, in Tolentine Hall from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Start
your Christmas shopping list, you may find
great deals for your loved ones and friends. You may also
enjoy the great and reasonable breakfast & lunches we
have to offer you.
Future Dates: January 17th and February 14th, 2016.
OZANAM HALL of Queens Nursing Home, 42-41 201st
Street, Bayside, seeks: part-time Activity Leaders, no
experience necessary; good verbal/writing, interpersonal
skills to work with senior population, all three shifts available, including weekends. Reliability a must! If interested please call: Marilyn Gindi at (718) 971-2708 for further information.
Simbang Gabi Christmas Novena of Masses
will be from Tuesday, December 15th through
Wednesday, December 23rd. The remainder of the
Novena of Masses will be from December 20th
through December 23rd at 7:30 pm in the Chapel.
FREE E.S.L. CLASSES
Zumba Fitness
Wednesday 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm in the School Cafeteria
Saturday 10:45 am - 12:45 pm in Seton Hall
Lose the pounds! Save your life!
If you would like to help teaching English as a Second
Language, you are welcome to call Mrs. Maria Quiroga @
(718) 380-0343 or you may talk to Mrs. Clara Bayona on
Saturdays in Seton Hall.
The next class is on Saturday, December 26, 2015
9:30-10:30 am in Tolentine Hall
Donation $5.00
Phone: 718-969-3226/917-412-8625
St. Nick’s Parish has a new website.
The link is www.stnicholas-queens.org
December 20, 2015
CHRISTMAS POINSETTIA MEMORIAL PLANTS - 2015
In Memory Of…
Donated by…
Aurora Z. and Mariano A. Aquino
Living & Deceased Members of the Armesto Family
Arsenio, Leonila and Fred Bacani
Annette & John Bongiorno
Mr. & Mrs. John Brady
Buczinsky & Picconi Families
Domingo, Roberta & Emma Capuno & Emilia
Mabilangan
Jovencia A. Cruz
Ysabel Damirón
D’Andrea Family
Deceased Members of the de Paz, Salvacion,
Blanco, Morales & Silva Families
John De Ocampo, Jr.
Connie Derrer
Diaz & Ferreira Family
Evelyn Drumm
Alberto Duarte
Joseph A. Dugan
Laura A. Evelyn
Sixto, Sr. & Manuela Fernandez
Filpo-Batista Familes
Carmen Franco
Victor M. Gorbea
Sister Mary Healey
Desiderio Hernandez
All Jodah Family “Mom & Dad”
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Kaufman
Lillian, James & James, Jr. Killela
Deceased Members of the Lagulay & Hojilla Family
Vincent Lanzaro
Ruth & Leopold La Rocque
Graziella Lavelanet
Lord “Hershey” Boy
Belen Lugo
Catherine McGowan
Cornelius McGowan
McKiernan & LeBrecht Families
Deceased Members of Mejia & Teylan Families
All Living Members of the Mercado Family
All Deceased Members of the Mercado Family
Francisco Mercado
Sister Agnes Moylan, O.P.
Catherine, Thomas & Richard Mulligan
Deceased Members of the Muniz & Camacho Families
Nina Rivera
David G. Armesto
Angie B. Cascasan & Family
Philip & Elena Turull
Paul & Alice Kaufman
Al & Joan Picconi
Adrian & Maria Teylan & Children
Teresa Cruz
Alejandro Ruiz
Dolores Lanzaro
Ida Salvacion
George & Maria Lynardakis
Dolores Lanzaro
Diaz Family
Philip & Elena Turull
Jesus Eugenia Zambrano
Eames Family
Gloria Evelyn & Family
M/M Sixto Fernandez, Jr. & Family
Milagros Filpo
Vidal Family
Aurelia Gorbea
Adrian & Maria Teylan & Children
Philip & Elena Turull
Elaine, Peter, Shean Bacchus & Family
Paul & Alice Kaufman
Kathy Killela
Larry & Maridel Lagulay
Dolores Lanzaro
La Rocque Family
Boncy & Lavelanet Families
Edward E. O’Brien, Jr.
Aurelia Gorbea
Cathy McGowan
Cathy McGowan
Pat & Helen
Joe & Gloria Scarola
Maria Mercado & Family
Maria Mercado & Family
Maria Mercado & Family
Maureen Olsen & Elena Turull
Joan & Dennis Mulligan
Muniz Family
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fourth SUNDAY OF ADVENT
CHRISTMAS POINSETTIA MEMORIAL PLANTS - 2015
In Memory Of…
Donated by…
Muñiz & Padilla Families
Maryann & Brian Nedball
Rosauro & Rosita Oliveros
Santiago Ordona, Sr.
Deceased Members of the Pang Family
All Our Beloved Parents, Family & Friends
Roger J. Pastenez
Eleanor Peterson
Tiburcio Pingol & Severa Pascua
Luis V. Rayos, & Corazon & Albert Cortez
Robert Read
Andres Quinola, Jr. & Hermie Viloria
Relatives & Friends
Rivera Family
Alejandro Moises Ruiz
Edward R. Russell
Deceased Members of the Sabatini & Sweeney Families
Claire, Vincent Sacca & Family
Epifanio & Felipa San Jose
Dr. Exequiel Santiago
Maria Teresa Santiago
Deceased Members of Scarola & LoRusso Family
Florentino Salvacion
Sanchez Family
Deceased Member SNT Extraordinary
Ministers of Holy Communion
Daniel & Rita Scheer
Anthony Segarra
Sharon Shillingford
Mary & Eugene Shyne
Leoncio & Maria, Federico & Aurea Sotto and
Semeon & Bertini Reyes
Millie Dukach Stefanou
Millie Dukach Stefanou
Dorothy, Neil Sullivan and Ellen Dawson,
Doreen & Mavis
Juan A. Tineo
Monsita Turull
Eulalio Urmeneta
Peter Uzoegwu
Louis, Maddalena, Annette Venticinque
Regina & Fred Ward
Charley Zaragoza
Remy Abellar Zárate
Remy Abellar Zárate
Pelagia M. Zingapan
Ada Y Jorge Padilla
Dolores Lanzaro
Lorie Sison
M/M Dino & Lyn Quinola
Teodoro & Cecilia Pang
Angela, Meredith & Victoria Assunta
Joseph, Mariana & Danny Pastenez
M/M Andrew Gionta
Pingol Family
Mila G. Rayos
Read, La Rocque & Lewis Family
M/M Dino & Lyn Quinola
Steinborn Family
Gladis Rivera
Alejandro Ruiz
Emily R. Russell
M/M. L. Sabatini
Bobby Sacca & Family
San Jose Family
Michaela Santiago & Family
Philip & Elena Turull
Joe & Gloria Scarola
M/M Cedric Morales & Family
Estel Sanchez
Nina Rivera
Raymond E. Scheer
Hedy, Cassie, Christy & Michael
Shillingford Family
Virginia Jama
Vic & Virgie Sotto
Stefanou & Peters Families
Maureen Olsen & Elena Turull
Joan & Dennis Mulligan
Margarita Diaz
Philip & Elena Turull
Urmeneta Family
The Amasiani Family
John Venticinque
Dolores Lanzaro
Philip & Elena Turull
J. M. Zárate
Jean Mary A. Zárate
Feliz Araneta
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CUARTO DOMINGO DE ADVIENTO
BAUTISMOS - 2015
En Español El tercer Domingo de cada més a las 2:00 p.m. Los
padres y padrinos deben de asistir a una clase de preparación el
Viernes anterior a las 7:00 PM.
En Inglés el segundo Sabado y cuarto Domingo de cada més a
las 2:00 p.m. Los padres y padrinos deben de asistir a la clase de
preparación el primer Martes a las 7:30 PM.
Los padres deben de hacer una cita con uno de los Sacerdotes y presentar el certificado de nacimiento del niño. Los
padrinos deben ser católicos practicantes.
MATRIMONIO
De acuerdo a las regulaciones Diocesanas, la pareja necesita una
preparación con seis meses de anticipación. Por favor llamen a la
rectoria para fijar una cita con uno de los Sacerdotes.
LA SAGRADA COMUNION
Los Sacerdotes o Ministros de la Comunión Sagrada llevan la Comunión a las personas que se encuentran enfermas en su hogar. Por
favor avísenos si sabe de alguien en necesidad de éste servicio. En
caso de emergencia puede llamar a la rectoria a cualquier hora.
RECONCILIACION/LA CONFESION
Lunes a Sabado de 11:45 a 12:00 del mediodía en la Capilla.
Sabados de 4:00 a 4:45 P.M. en la Iglesia. O por cita previa.
HORARIO DE LA OFICINA PARROQUIAL
Lunes a Viernes: 8:30 A.M. a 12:00 Mediodia.
y 1:00 P.M. a 9:00 P.M.
Sabado:
9:00 A.M. a 7:00 P.M.
Domingo:
9:00 A.M a 2:00 P.M.
Por favor tengan en cuenta que a veces el Sacerdote se encuentra
en la Iglesia, en alguna reunión, etc. Si desea o necesita hablar con
uno de éllos es conveniente que llame con anterioridad para fijar
una cita.
ESCUELA DE SAN NICOLAS DE TOLENTINO
80-22 Parsons Boulevard - Jamaica, Nueva York 11432
(718) 380-1900 - Fax (718) 591-6977
Clases desde el Pre-Kinder hasta el octavo grado.
Programas antes y después de la escuela.
CENTRO DE EDUCACION RELIGIOSA
150-85 Avenida Goethals - Jamaica, Nueva York 11432
(718) 591-6536. Clases desde el Kinder hasta la escuela superior,
los Domingos de 8:45 a 10:30 am. Preparación para los niños y sus
padres para los Sacramentos del Bautismo, Confesión, Eucaristía y
Confirmación.
Encuentros Con Jesús 2015 Estudios De Formación San Nicolás de
Tolentino Bendición Desconocida Los Tres Caminos a la Santidad - Rev. Robert E. Barron Los Martes, 1º de diciembre 8 , 15 y
22 de 7:30 a 9:30 en el Centro de Educación Religiosa / en el Salón
Padre Kenny.
LA MISA ES OFRECIDA POR:
Aurelia Muñiz, Miembros Fallecidos de
las Familias Muñiz y Camacho
Josefa Muñiz, Ismael Hernandez, Comunidad Parroquial
Recuerden que hoy tendremos un Servicio de Oración y Bendición en la Capilla a las 4:00 de la tarde, les esperamos!
20 de diciembre, 2015
LAS POSADAS La novena en preparación para la venida de
nuestro Salvador se está rezando en los hogares de nuestra comunidad a las 7:30 de la noche! HOY después de nuestra
Misa, todos están invitados a la Cafeteria Escolar para rezar la
Novena en comunidad!
LA NOVENA DE NAVIDAD Con una de éstas bellas tarjetas le
expresas a tus seres queridos lo mucho que les amas! Las mismas están disponibles en la Rectoría!
EL LIBRO DE MISAS de ENERO A DICIEMBRE DEL 2016 yá
está abierto. Acérquese a la Rectoría si desea separar alguna
fecha.
EL LLAMADO ANUAL CATOLICO 2015 Gracias a la generosidad de 344 familias en nuestra parroquia, yá logramos la
meta de recaudar $78,624.00! Estamos muy agradecidos! Les
recordamos que nuestra parroquia recibirá todo el dinero adicional que sea recaudado! Si desea hacer su promesa o donación,
por favor tome uno de los sobres que están disponibles en la
Iglesia o en la Rectoria.
EL MERCADO DE LAS PULGAS Está operando hoy en el Salón
Tolentino hasta las 4:00 de la tarde justamente a tiempo para
aprovechar las ofertas para ésta Navidad! Allí tambien sirven
desayunos y almuerzos a precios muy módicos!
HORARIO NAVIDEÑO 2015
CONFESIONES +
Lunes a Miercoles 21 a 23 de Diciembre:
MISAS +
11:45 A.M. a 12:00 del Mediodia.
Jueves 24 de Diciembre:
Nochebuena:
5:00 P.M., 7:30 P.M. y 12:00 Medianoche
Vengan media hora antes para cantar villancicos!
Viernes 25 de Diciembre: La Natividad del Señor:
9:30 A.M. Y 11:30 A.M.
*No habrá Misa de 5:00 de la tarde en éste dia
LA EPIFANIA DEL SEÑOR + 3 DE ENERO DEL 2016 Conmemora-
mos la historia de los Magos que siguiendo la estrella llegan al pesebre y encuentran al niño Jesús! Le adoran y le dan regalos!
Durante la Misa de ése dia, nuestros niños nos ofrecerán una representación de la Natividad! Para éso necesitamos la participación de 15 niños; le pedimos a los padres que permitan que
sus pequeños participen. Tendremos un ensayo el Sabado 2 de
Enero a las 6:00 en punto de la tarde, aquí en la Iglesia.
Por favor acérquense al area del coro hoy mismo despues de Misa
para anotar el nombre de sus pequeños! Para mayor información
se pueden comunicar con Rosanna al (347) 825-4147 o con Dora
al (718) 290-3543.
El grupo Católicos en Acción Ministerio Obras de Misericordia estarán preparando emparedados para los desamparados
el Sabado 26 de Diciembre a partir de las 2:00 de la tarde en el
Centro de Educación Religiosa; les esperamos!
LA SEGUNDA COLECTA DE HOY Será Mi Regalo de Navidad
para Mi Parroquia. Agradecemos su generosidad!
fourth SUNDAY OF ADVENT
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