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St. ustin Martyr CatholicChurch
St. Justin Martyr Catholic Church
October 5, 2014
Sunday of
Ordinary Time
Parroquia de San Justino Mártir y Misión del Sagrado Corazón
Rev. Joseph Robillard,
Rev. Venancio Amidar,
Parochial Vicar/Vícario Parroquial
Rev. Paul Flynn, O.S.A.,
Parochial Vicar/Vícario Parroquial
Rev. John Monestero,
In residence/En residencia
Rev. Jerome Molokie,
Sunday supply/
Apoya los Domingos
Saturday Vigil:
5:30 p.m. (English), 7 p.m. (Spanish)
6:45, 8, & 11 a.m., 12:30 & 5:30 p.m. (English)
9:30 a.m., 7 p.m. (Spanish)
Weekdays: (Mon.-Fri.) 6:30 & 8:30 a.m. (English)
Saturdays: 8:30 a.m. (English)
Eves of Holy Days: 5:30 p.m. (English)
Holy Days: 6:30 & 8:30 a.m. (English),
7 p.m. (Bilingual)
Deacon Jose Ferreras
Deacon Kalini Folau
Diácono Ramón León
Deacon Raymond Duthoy,
Devotion to Our Lady of Perpetual Help:
Mass every Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m.,
preceded by 6 p.m. Rosary and Novena
Saturdays, 3:30-5 p.m. (English/Spanish)
Eves of First Fridays, by appointment
Adoration: First Fridays, after 8:30 a.m. Mass
until 8 a.m. Saturday.
En la Iglesia de San Justino
Misas en Español
Sábado: 7 p.m. (Vigilia del Domingo)
Domingo: 9:30 a.m. y 7 p.m.
Días de Fiesta: 7 p.m. (bilingüe)
Hora Santa: Jueves, 7:30 p.m.
Sábado: 3:30-5 p.m.
En la Misión
del Sagrado Corazón
10852 Harcourt Ave., Anaheim CA 92804
Misas: 7 p.m. Lunes, Martes,
Miercoles, y Viernes
Rosario: Lunes a Viernes, 5:30 p.m.
Confesiones: Viernes, 6-6:45 p.m.
Adoracion del Santisimo
Sacramento: Cada Viernes primero después de la misa de las
6:30 p.m. concluyendo con la
misa el Sábado a las 6 a.m. La Oficina de la Misión del Sagrado Corazón está cerrada. Para
información y asistencia, por favor
de llamar o dirigirse a la oficina
Parroquial de San Justino Mártir.
Psalm 80
2050 West Ball Road, Anaheim, California 92804
Join us for these Events and Activities at St. Justin Martyr Church and Sacred Heart Mission
October 5
October 6
October 7
October 8
October 9
October 10
October 11
Jovenes para
Cristo: all day, rm.
A,B,C, D, patio,
chapel, kitchen.
Sewing Group:
8:30 a.m., SRE rm.
Support group
2 p.m., rm. C.
La Coronilla de la
Divina Misericordia:
3 p.m., Mision Iglesia.
Legion of Mary,
6 p.m., SRE rm.
Legion of Mary:
5:45 p.m., rm. D.
9 a.m., Mision
Iglesia, Mision
Salon 0,1,2,3,4.
Tai Chi:
1 p.m., youth rm.
Coro Jovenes para
Cristo: 7 a.m.,
Mision Iglesia.
SRE classes:
3:45 p.m., school.
School football
all day, field.
SRE parent meeting: 4:30 p.m.,
church, shelter.
Spanish Choir:
8 a.m., chapel.
Anchor core
6:30 p.m., rm. C.
RCIA dismissal:
8:30 a.m., SRE rm,
youth rm.
Brotherhood of
St. Dismas:
7 p.m., SRE rm.,
youth rm.
Chinese School:
9 a.m., school.
Jovenes para
Cristo: 9:30 a.m.,
Lectores: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 2.
Tongan Community: 12 p.m., SRE
7 p.m., rm. A, B,
patio, kitchen.
JOYAS Folklorico:
12 p.m., M. Salon 0.
Grupo de
Oracion: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 4.
classes: 2 p.m.,
hall, kitchen, school.
Bibliya Rasal:
7 p.m., rm. D.
Meals for the
hungry :
2:30 p.m., shelter.
Young Adult Choir:
4 p.m., church.
Jovenes para
Cristo, coro:
8 p.m., Mision
Coro Angeles de
Dios: 6 p.m., Mision
Salon 1.
Singers for Jesus
and Mary:
6:30 p.m., church.
Retreat planning for
Confirmation 1:
6 p.m., youth rm.
Anchor Youth
7 p.m., SRE rm,
youth rm.
St. Vincent DePaul
food distribution:
6-7 p.m., shelter.
SRE classes:
7:30 p.m., school.
Cub Scouts and Boy
Scouts: 6:30 p.m., rm.
A, B, patio.
RCIA: 7 p.m., rm.
A, B, C, chapel.
Financial Peace
6:30 p.m., SRE rm.
Grupo de Oracion
ninos: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 1.
Filipino Community
officers: 7 p.m., C.
Jovenes para
Cristo, recepcion:
7 p.m., Mision
Salon 3.
7 p.m., Mision
Salon 0.
Jovenes para
7 p.m., Mision
Salon 2.
Jovenes para Cristo,
pastoreo: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 3.
Estudio Biblico:
7 p.m., rm. D.
7 p.m., rm. C.
6:30 p.m., Mision
Iglesia, Mision
Salon 0,1,2,3,4.
SHM SRE: 6:30
p.m., school,
Alianza de
Amor: 6:30 p.m.,
rm. A.
Platicas prebautismales:
2:30 p.m., Mision
Salon 0.
Couples for
Christ, Christian
Life Program:
7 p.m., chapel,
rm. C.
Community of
the Risen Lord:
3:30 p.m., chapel.
Alpha y Omega
Coro: 7 p.m.,
youth rm.
Coro Angeles de
Dios: 5:30 p.m.,
SRE rm.
Hora Santa:
7:30 p.m., church.
Parish Pastoral
7 p.m., rm. B.
7 p.m., youth rm.
Jovenes para
8 p.m., rm. D.
Jovenes para
Cristo: 8 p.m.,
Mision Salon
Jovenes para
Cristo: 8 p.m.,
Mision Salon 2.
Knights of
7 p.m., rm. B.
Platicas prebautismales:
7:30 p.m., Mision
Salon 0.
Grupo de Oracion:
7 p.m., chapel.
Jovenes para Cristo,
Libreria: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 2.
Coro Jovenes
para Cristo:
8 p.m., Mision
JOYAS Coro ”Mesa”
core team: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 0.
Al Anon: 7 p.m.,
Mision Salon 4.
Grupo de
Oracion: 8 p.m.,
Mision Iglesia.
SRE classes:
9:30 a.m., school.
Adult Choir: 7:30
p.m., church.
Coro, JPC: 8 p.m.,
Mision Iglesia.
This week’s Masses (English) at St. Justin Martyr Church
6:30 a.m.
Louise McDonald 
8:30 a.m.
Thanksgiving to our Perpetual
Help Mother
St. Bruno; Bl.
Marie Rose
Gal 1:6-12;
Lk 10:25-37
6:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
6:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
6:30 a.m.
Steven Valdez
Delores McKee 
Anthony Cabrera
Peace in the USA
Vicky Randall 
Daniel Cabrera
Our Lady of the
Gal 1:13-24;
Lk 10:38-42
8:30 a.m.
Divino Family, Thanksgiving
Oct. 10
6:30 a.m.
Priscilla Mangaltas &
Rosalinda Bondal 
8:30 a.m.
Neil Goodall 
Oct. 11
8:30 a.m.
Larry & Milette Killens
Oct. 6
Oct. 7
Oct. 8
Oct. 9
Oct. 12
Gal 2:1-2, 7-14;
Lk 11:1-4
St. Denis and
Companions; St.
John Leonardi
Gal 3:1-5; Lk 1:6975; Lk 11:5-13
Gal 3:7-14;
Lk 11:15-26
Blessed Virgin
Gal 3:22-29;
Lk 11:27-28
We pray for the sick and for
those who care for them:
Greg & Justin April, Deacon Ray
Duthoy, Fr. Agustin Escobar, Bill
& Donna Ferris, Claudia Fingle,
Jorge Jacinto, Steven Patrick
Johnson, Sylvia & Mark
Kendzor, Sheryl Moore, John
O’Shea, Robin Rice, Pat Runte,
Emma Stanford, Patricia Veling,
Shirley Villareal, Vivian Webb,
Terry Wienchek,
Karen Perlof, Alice Thompson,
and for those in harm’s way
especially those in service to our
country and community.
5:30 p.m.
Jose Mateo 
Shook, Manigque
Team 3
6:45 a.m.
Narciso Biliran, Jr. 
Orth, Medina
Team 4
8 a.m.
Christopher Garcia
11 a.m.
Gertrude & Jose Warren, Jr. 
12:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
Vincent Meli 
Maura Thompson 
of Ordinary
Is 25:6-10a;
Phil 4:12-14, 19-20;
Mt 22:1-14 [1-10]
Soloy, Skidmore
Team 6
Tavake, School lectors
Team 7
Caspellan, Ocampo Team 18
Slusser, Ramirez
Team 20
Twenty-seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time, Respect Life Sunday
Parish Phone Numbers
and Information
Parish Office: 714-774-2595
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., 1:30-6 p.m.
Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m., 1:30-6 p.m.
Sunday, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
School Office: 714-772-4902
Janet J. Balsis, Principal,
School of Religious Education:
714-535-6111, Mary Bakke, Director
Funeral & Bereavement Ministry:
714-774-2595 x106
Jo Ann Davis, Parish Coordinator,
[email protected]
Senior Ministry, “Young at Heart”:
714-774-2595 x106
Jo Ann Davis, Parish Coordinator,
[email protected]
RCIA - Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults: 714-774-2595
Deacon Jose Ferreras, Director
Youth / Adolescent Ministries:
Fabiola C. Flores, Coordinator
[email protected]
Ministry Scheduling (Lectors, Altar
Servers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy
Communion): Kristy Barnett, Coordinator,
[email protected]
St. Vincent de Paul help line:
Baptisms: Held on the first Sunday of
each month. Parents must be registered
parishioners for at least three months.
Contact the Parish Office at least six
weeks in advance for guidelines.
Marriages: Arrange with a priest or
deacon at least six months in advance.
At least one of the parties must be a
registered parishioner of St. Justin.
Bulletin: Submit bulletin articles to the
parish office or to [email protected] .
All are subject to editing and approval.
Monday, 5 p.m. deadline unless otherwise
St. Justin Martyr Church:
Diocese of Orange:
Christ Cathedral:
Orange County Catholic:
United States Conference of Catholic
A message from Fr. Joe…
October 5, 2014
(part 3 of 7)
Parish Pastoral Council
Last week I presented the first task of a member of the Parish Pastoral Council is
to pray. This week I would like to discuss the second task, to listen. Listening is intimately connected to prayer. In prayer we are called to listen to the voice of the Lord
under the influence of the Holy Spirit. Listening to another is just like praying, so if
you are listening to the Lord it will be easier to listen to others.
Listening is also a difficult task. It requires that we still the inner conversation of
our mind to pay attention to what another person is trying to communicate. The goal
is to understand what is in the “heart” of another person. It requires us to assimilate
the words we hear, the tone of the voice and the expressions of the face and body. It is
constantly asking us, “What is this person trying to say to me?” It is the tasks of discovering what are the deep longings of another person. It takes great discipline to not
think about your next question or the comment you want to make about what you just
heard. In a sense it is assisting the other person to discover their own longing and the
messages the Lord has spoken to them. It requires being comfortable with pauses and
periods of silence, because in these periods of silence comes the clarity of the message.
It also is a challenge to contain our own emotions as we react to the often clumsy
ways another person is trying to find the best way to express their thoughts and feelings. They may say things to us that we consider absurd or hurtful. If we are paying
attention, these awkward moments may reveal to us some very profound feelings and
thoughts of the person.
For most of us five minutes of intense listening is exhausting. Our mind begins to
wander to other thoughts. This is why the practice of prayer is related to listening.
The more we are able to pay attention to the Lord the more we are able to pay attention to another.
A member of the Parish Pastoral Council is called to listen to others and so they
must be dedicated to improving their listening skills.
Prime Rib Dinner Fundraiser next weekend
St. Justin Martyr Parish is holding a prime rib dinner fundraiser at the restaurant at Dad
Miller Golf Course in Anaheim on Sunday, Oct. 12th (previously scheduled for Oct. 11th)
at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be $30 per person, or $40 per person which includes wine. Entertainment will be provided by Jane and Jim Rice. Checks are to be made out to St. Justin
Martyr Church, and may be given to Hank Wesseln, Buck Weinfurter, or Deacon Ray
Duthoy. For information call Deacon Ray at 714-772-6534.
Online Giving now available
A new feature available through our website is Online Giving. This allows you to
make contributions to our parish without writing checks or dealing with cash donations.
Through our website you can safely and securely set up automatic contributions or make a
one-time contribution. You can change the timing or amount of your gift at any time. Information on how to sign up can be found by clicking “Make a Donation” on our home page.
Thank you from Fr. Joe Robillard…
Sunday Donations
We are so grateful to those who donate to the
parish. On the weekend of September 27-28 we
Online giving
were blessed with donations totaling $15,480.
19 donations
Thank you for choosing to give to our parish. May
totaling $572
the Lord bless you for your generosity.
(included in total
Our Pastoral Services Appeal (PSA) pledges
at left)
for our Diocese has also increased to 313 pledges
totaling $95,103. Please consider making a donation if you have not already contributed.
17 donations totaling $427 (included in total at left)
St. Justin Martyr Church
October 5, 2014
Today’s Scripture
First Reading -- -- The vineyard of the LORD is the house
of Israel (Isaiah 5:1-7).
Psalm -- The vineyard of the Lord is the house of Israel
(Psalm 80).
Second Reading -- God's peace will guard your hearts and
minds (Philippians 4:6-9).
Gospel -- The kingdom of God will be given to those
who will produce its fruit (Matthew 21:33-43).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass (c) 1969, 1981,
1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
In the Vineyard
As usual, today's first and third scripture readings
are obviously related, with the second continuing one of
Paul's Letters--these days, the Letter to the Philippians.
The vineyard stories from Isaiah and Matthew both talk
about evildoers coming to a bad end.
In Isaiah, it's the vineyard itself that produces "wild
grapes" instead of the crop the owner dreamed of and
worked for. So it will be "trampled" and "overgrown
with thorns." In Matthew, those to whom the owner
leased the vineyard destroy the dream. So the owner
"will put those wretched men to a wretched death and
lease his vineyard to other tenants" (Matthew 21:41).
Yes, if we reject divine love we come to a bad end.
And with all this talk of the unfaithful being trampled
and thrown out, it's consoling to hear Paul's message to
the Philippians, who were by no means perfect. "Have
no anxiety at all," Paul said. "Then the God of peace will
be with you" (Philippians 4:6, 9). Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Treasures from our Tradition
The sacrament of penance has a long and difficult
history. The Church sometimes struggles with how best
to be faithful to the image of an all-forgiving God. Once
a very public rite with publicly visible participation on
the part of the penitent, it became in time a very private
matter. By the fourteenth century, when a prayer of absolution and a laying on of hands was still required in
sacramental confession, theologians were saying that
even that was too much liturgy. All that was required
was confession itself, and the sacramental words Ego te
absolvo, or "I absolve you."
In 1614 the Council of Florence tried to flesh out
this bare skeleton, requiring that if possible the priest
should wear a stole, that the confession should be in
church, and that there be questions about the person's
state in life, occupation, and last confession. This is the
first time the Church recommended that the penitent and
priest be separated by a grill, thereby eliminating the
ritual laying on of hands once so central to the sacrament, substituting the priest's raised right hand in blessing. This is the rite that remained in force until the sacrament became the subject of very stormy debates at the
Second Vatican Council, leading to a major reform in
1974 that is still only partially received. --Rev. James Field,
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Pennies from Heaven collection today
Today Sunday, October 5th, is our Diocese’s 20th annual Pennies from Heaven Campaign. Please consider donating your coins
and dollars to support local Respect Life shelters, clinics, and centers
that give immediate and long-term care to Orange County women,
men, and families in crisis. This year the proceeds will benefit the
Birth Choice Clinics (Mission Viejo, Santa Ana, Orange, Long Beach
and Mobile Unit), Mary’s Shelter, Casa Teresa, Vietnamese Hot Line,
Life Centers (Santa Ana, Stanton and La Habra), and Precious Life
Shelter. Last year $240,786.85 was raised in the Diocese (the third
largest amount ever) thanks to your efforts. Visit to learn more about
Pennies from Heaven or to donate electronically. Please join with the
other parishes throughout the Diocese and donate. The collection
basket for this is on the steps of the sanctuary today.
Life Chain is a gathering of PRO-LIFE people to PRAY in
public. Please join us on Sun. Oct 5 from 3-4:30 p.m. at Euclid
and Orangethorpe in Fullerton.
Bring your rosary and your family to peacefully pray in silence
for those who participate in abortion.
October is the Month of the Holy Rosary
In addition to St. Justin's monthly First Saturday Rosary Procession in honor of Our Lady of Fatima, the Legion of Mary will continue the Rosary Procession every Saturday (after the 8:30am Mass)
throughout the month of October in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary. Everyone is welcome to join.
SJM Filipino Community invites you to the
FFRG Annual Rosary Rally
The Federation of Filipino Rosary Groups (FFRG) of Orange
County will hold its annual Rosary Rally this Saturday, October 11,
at La Purisima Church, 11712 N. Hewes St., City of Orange. The
rosary starts at 8 a.m. followed by Mass at 9 a.m. Our SJM Filipino
Community will join the gathering of the Federation parish members
in the concelebrated Mass presided by Filipino priests from various
Orange County parishes. The SJM Filipino Choir will join the FFRG
Choral Group during the Mass. Antoinette Miraflor, our SJM music
director, will be the cantor. A lunch reception will follow after the
Saint Justin Martyr Church was originally chosen to be the host
church for this year's Rally and this would have been the first time to
honor the Federation's invitation. Because of the renovation of our
parish hall the event had to be moved to La Purisima Parish. We look
forward to hosting it at St. Justin in the future and continue to support
and participate in this year’s Rosary Rally. Many thanks to La Purisima Parish for hosting this year’s Rally, we look forward to joining
you there.
Join Fr. John Monestero at an Ecumenical Service for
persecuted Christians in the Middle East. This will be at St. Paul’s
Greek Orthodox Church, 4949 Alton Parkway, Irvine, on Friday, Oct.
10, at 7 p.m. Reception to follow.
Sponsored by the Roman Catholic, Eastern Catholic,
and Orthodox churches of Orange County.
St. Justin Martyr Church
Renovation update
The remaining renovations to the parish hall have resumed and continue
through approximately Oct. 16. No groups or events are scheduled to use the
hall during renovations. Please note this date is subject to change.
The hall meeting room continues to be closed for renovations.
Once again we thank the private benefactor who has funded these renovations along with those done in the school over the summer. Secretary for Bereavement Support Group needed
The St. Justin Bereavement Support Group is losing its wonderful volunteer secretary, Leena Johnson. We thank Leena for the thoughtful service she
has given.
We are in need of someone to take over this volunteer position, which
requires taking notes, making copies of handouts, and keeping us organized. It
is a 3 hour per week commitment while sessions are going on (6 week sessions
are held 3 times a year). Please call Jo Ann Davis, Parish Coordinator, at 714774-2595 x 106 if you may be interested.
World Mission Sunday collection on October 18-19
On October 18-19 our parish will celebrate World Mission Sunday. This
year we are invited to reach out and help build the Church in Mongolia, the
world’s youngest Catholic Church, as well as local churches throughout the
Missions, in the most remote areas across our world. Through the work of
these churches and their witness to Christ, the poor receive practical help and
experience God’s love and mercy, His hope and peace. Please keep the Missions in your daily prayers. Please come prepared October 18-19 to give generously in the collection for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. For
more information, please visit Envelopes will be
available in the pews.
Installation of Fr. Gilberto Escobedo
as Pastor of St. Boniface Church
Bishop Kevin Vann will be installing Rev. Gilberto Escobedo as
pastor for St. Boniface Church on Sunday, October 19th, 2014 at the
5:00 p.m. Mass. Fr. Gilberto was a past vicar at our parish and he
would like to extend an invitation to our parishioners for this event. Refreshments will be served in the parish hall after Mass.
A journey in rediscovering God’s Love…
Christian Life Program
We invite you to a spiritual journey with us through our Christian Life
Program (CLP). Reflect on the basic truths about the Christian faith, an authentic Christian Life, and Spirit-filled Christian Life presented by the Couples
for Christ Family Ministries. It is intended to lead you and your family into a
renewed understanding of God’s call to us as Christians. It is open to all married couples, single men and women, widows, widowers, divorced, and single
Christian Life Program will be presented at St. Justin at 7 p.m. on Fridays,
through Dec. 5 in the Parish Center. For information contact Pete Villegas at
Take this opportunity as a sign that God wants to speak to you personally
in your life as a couple, as a single parent, as an adult individual. Therefore, let
us rediscover God’s love— the grace of a self-sacrificing love, a love that both
gives and forgives. "Families are to become, in Christ, the light of the
world.” (Beloved Pope John Paul 2)
October 5, 2014
Ushers needed at the 11 a.m. Mass
There is a need for men and women to
volunteer as ushers to serve at our 11 a.m.
Sunday Masses. For information please
call our head usher, Jim, at 714-775-3546.
What are our ushers doing?
The October Mass Count
Each October our Diocese asks that we
count attendance at every Mass. Every weekend of October our ushers will be counting the
number of people at all of our Saturday night
and Sunday Masses. We give these numbers to
the Diocese.
Bibliya Rasal
October 9th and 20th at 7 p.m. in room A
of the Parish Center.
Come and join us to study and reflect on
the readings for the upcoming Sunday.
Conducted by Fr. Ven Amidar.
Any questions?
Please call Yohlee at 714-401-8598.
SJM School hosting
St. Justin Martyr Parish School is once
again holding a jog-a-thon for their students on Oct. 16. Students will be outside
after Masses today and next weekend to
request pledges and donations for their joga-thon. You can pledge per lap or make a
flat donation. We appreciate your continued support of our school.
Parents will also be available these two
weekends to speak to you about our wonderful school.
We Pray
for the Deceased
Please pray for these members of our parish
family who passed away recently:
Armand Junior Dino,
Gerald Fineran,
Angela Ma Lan Lan,
Anthony Reygoza Vadillo.
May their souls and all the souls of the faithful
departed, through the mercy of God,
rest in peace.
St. Justin Martyr Church
October 5, 2014
Current altar servers and their families are invited to the Annual
Recognition of Altar Servers Mass which will be on Saturday, Nov. 15, at 10
a.m. in St. Columban Church, Garden Grove. Bishop Kevin Vann will preside at the Mass. Following the Mass, there will be a reception in the parish
hall for the Altar Servers and their families.
Back by popular demand...
Please come and enjoy some
German music, videos and a
fun atmosphere at our
monthly gathering.
We all had a great time last
year, so we will once again be
at Jagerhaus Restaurant
(serving authentic
German Cuisine)
Tuesday, October 14
Meet at the church parking lot
at 11:30 a.m. to carpool, or
meet at 12: 15 p.m. at the
restaurant at
2525 East Ball Rd
(near the 57 Fwy)
Anaheim 92806
$20.00 per person
(includes tax and tip)
Feel free to invite
family and friends.
The luncheon will be served
family style with 3 different
entrees, side dishes, rolls/
butter, a beverage, and dessert.
It is IMPERATIVE that you
JoAnn Davis 714-774-2595,
ext. 106,
Tina 714-772-3688,
or Mary 714-491-8004
Evening of Praise and Worship
The powerful God who made the universe tells us “Come to me, all who are
labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Come closer to Our Father
who loves us just the way we are. He calls us by our name to come to Him with
all our sinfulness, weaknesses, addictions, burdens, disappointments, sicknesses.
Have a new life by being cleansed of your sins by Jesus Christ’s precious
blood. Fill your heart with the fire of Love from the Holy Spirit. Give yourself
the gift of new life by joining with us for a praise and worship time, where your
unique close encounter with Jesus Christ comes alive, and to open your heart so
you can be filled with the love He longs to share with you so you can share with
those around you.
After the praise and worship, Bro. Lalith Perera, founder of Community of
the Risen Lord, who conducted the two day “Come As You are – 4 Steps” retreat , will be sharing with us the word of God. Come join with us on Saturday
October 11 starting at 4:00 p.m. in the SJM chapel. Following the Praise and
Worship will be the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
The Praise and Worship evening is conducted in English each Saturday
throughout Southern California. It is free to everyone and everyone is welcome.
Community of the Risen Lord also offers resources to live a Spirit filled
life. Visit the Community of the Risen Lord Ministry page under the “Ministries
Community Life” tab on the SJM website to access the publication which gives insight of daily scripture reading. Also you can listen/watch
inspiring messages from Bro. Lalith Perera. Come join with us for our daily intercessory prayers at 9:00 p.m. via Skype. Contact us at 714-561-7547 or
[email protected]
Free mammograms
Saturday, Nov. 1, at St. Justin SRE and Youth Rooms
Offering mammograms, clinical breast exams, and self-exam education
for women 40 years and older who do not have health insurance,
are under-insured and low income.
Call Nancy at the YWCA of North Orange County,
714-871-4488 ext. 205, for appointments and to see if you qualify.
Mater Dei High School invites families exploring high school options to
attend our Information Night on Wednesday, October 15 in the Meruelo
Athletic Center. Student-led tours starting at 6:00 p.m. and the presentation
starts at 7:00 p.m. For admissions information call 714-754-1175 or visit
Caregiver Workshop: Are you a caregiver? Do you care for an elderly
parent, or an ill or disabled spouse? Are you raising your grandchildren?
Does your job include caregiving? This workshop is for you! It is important
for you to get proper nutrition, exercise, and rest from caregiving. This
workshop will show you how. To learn how to ease the challenges of caregiving, join us for our Oct. 20 workshop at 7 p.m. in the parish hall of St.
Irenaeus Church in Cypress. Presented by Claudia Ellano-Ota, LCSW, Executive director, Orange Caregive Resource Center. 714-826-0760.
The Journey North: A Symposium on Immigration
…sharing our immigrant story through theatre, film, dance, art and music
Saturday, October 18th, 8:00 a.m.—12:30 p.m.
St. Joseph Center Auditorium, 480 S. Batavia St., Orange 92868
Suggested donation: $10; Students free with ID. Please note that there is no need to
pay a fee to attend the event. For complete program details and/or to RSVP for the
event visit or call the Justice Office at 714-633-8121 ext. 7716.
Parroquia de San Justino Mártir y Misión del Sagrado Corazón
5 de Octubre del Año 2014
Nuevo día para la Unción de los Enfermos
Ofrecemos el Sacramento de la Unción de los Enfermos cada mes en las misas de español e ingles. La Unción se daba en español el sábado amaneciendo después
del primer viernes del mes a las 6 a.m. Comenzando en
octubre, la Unción será distribuida en el Sagrado Corazón durante la misa de las 7 p.m. el primer lunes de
cada mes, con la siguiente distribución de la Unción calendarizada para el 6 de octubre.
Las personas que están de edad avanzada, con una
enfermedad seria, salud empeorando, o si van a tener una
cirugía, son animados a asistir a la misa del 6 de octubre,
donde podrán recibir la Unción de los enfermos.
La Unción también se da en la Misa de ingles el primer
sábado de cada mes a las 8:30 a.m.
Misas en Español
Oct. 6
7 p.m.
Sagrado Corazón
Jesus Pancardo
Gál 1:6-12;
Lc 10:25-37
Oct. 7
7 p.m.
Alejandro Martinez, Ma.
Sagrado Corazón Rosario Martinez 
7 p.m.
Oct. 8 Sagrado Corazón
Oct. 9
7 p.m.
Oct. 10 Sagrado Corazón
Oct. 11
Oct. 12
Jasmin Cornejo 
7:30 p.m.
San Justino
7 p.m.
San Justino
9:30 a.m.
San Justino
7 p.m.
San Justino
Vigésimo Séptimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Gál 1:13-24;
Lc 10:38-42
San Bruno;
Beata MarieRose Durocher
Nuestra Señora
del Rosario
Gál 2:1-2, 7-14;
Lc 11:1-4
San Dionisio y
San Juan
Hora Santa
Guadalupe Rodriguez
Alvares, Luis Diaz
Toribio, Jose Romero 
Gál 3:7-14;
Lc 11:15-26
Gilebaldo Sanchez 
y Maria Sanchez
Is 25:6-10a;
Sal 23 (22):1-6; Domingo 28
del Tiempo
Fil 4:12-14, 19Silvestre Trujillo 
Salvador Salcedo  Mt 22:1-14 [1-10]
Oficina de la
San Justino Mártir:
Horas de Oficina:
Durante la semana:
9 a.m.-12 p.m.,
1:30 - 6 p.m.
La Oficina de la Misión del Sagrado Corazón
está cerrada. Para información y asistencia, por
9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.,
favor de llamar o dirigirse a la oficina Parroquial
1:30 - 6 p.m.
de San Justino Mártir.
Domingo: 9 a.m - 1:30 p.m.
Bautismos: Dos veces al mes. Informes en la
oficina del San Justino.
Bodas: Hablar con el sacerdote o el diácono con seis meses de anticipacion.
Boletín: Someta los artículos a [email protected]
o a la oficina parroquial. Todos son sujetos a ser editados y aprobados. La
fecha límite es el lunes a las 5 p.m. Sométalos en Español o Inglés. Si se
necesita traducción, sométalos 2 semanas de anticipación.
El Consejo Parroquial Pastoral:
La semana pasada les presente que la oración es la
primera tarea de un miembro del Consejo Pastoral Parroquial. Esta semana quiero tratar sobre la segunda
tarea, el escuchar. Escuchar está íntimamente conectado
con la oración. En la oración somos llamados a escuchar la voz del Señor bajo la influencia del Espíritu
Santo. El escuchar uno al otro es justo como orar, entonces si estas escuchando al Señor se hace más fácil
escuchar a los demás.
El escuchar es también una tarea difícil. Se requiere
que calmemos la conversación interna de nuestra mente
y poner atención a lo que la otra persona está tratando
de comunicar. La meta es de entender que está en el
“corazón” de la otra persona. Se requiere de nosotros
asimilar las palabras que escuchamos, el tono de voz y
la expresión facial y corporal de la persona. La pregunta
constante que se hace uno es “¿Que es lo que esta persona me está tratando de decir?” La tarea es de descubrir el profundo anhelo de la persona. Se requiere una
gran disciplina el no pensar lo que queremos preguntar
o el comentario que quisiera hacer sobre lo que escucho. De una manera se trata de ayudar a la otra persona
a descubrir sus propios deseos y los mensajes que el
Señor les ha expresado. Se requiere el estar cómodos
con largas pausas y periodos de silencio, porque en estos periodos de silencio llega la claridad del mensaje.
También es un reto el contener nuestras propias
emociones cuando reaccionamos a la constante manera
tosca, que la otra persona está tratando de comunicar de
la mejor manera sus pensamientos y sentimientos. Pueden decir cosas que para nosotros puedan ser consideradas como absurdas o hirientes. Si estamos poniendo
atención, en esos momentos incómodos se nos puede
revelar algunos sentimientos y pensamientos profundos
de la otra persona.
Para casi todos nosotros cinco minutos en un silencio intenso puede ser agotador. Nuestra mente comienza
a distraerse. Es por eso que la práctica de la oración está
relacionada con el escuchar. Cuanto más somos capaces
de prestar atención al Señor, más somos capaces de
prestar atención a los demás.
Un miembro del Consejo Pastoral Parroquial está
llamado a escuchar a los demás y es por eso que debe
de estar dedicado a mejorar su habilidad de escuchar.
P. Joe Robillard
Hoy, domingo 5 de octubre, es la vigésima Campaña de Centavos Del Cielo de nuestra Diócesis. Se les pide que donen sus
monedas y dólares para apoyar a los albergues, clínicas y centros
de Respeto a la Vida que proveen cuidado de inmediato y a largo
plazo a mueres, hombres y familias en crisis en el Condado de
Orange. Los fondos recaudados beneficiarían Los Centros Birth
Choice (Mission Viejo, Santa Ana, Orange, Long Beach, clínica
móvil), El Albergue Mary’s Shelter, Casa Teresa, los Centros de
Vida (Santa Ana, Stanton y La Habra), y el Albergue Precious Life.
¡Únase a otras parroquias a través de la Diócesis y done hoy!
Parroquia de San Justino Mártir y Misión del Sagrado Corazón
5 de Octubre, 2014
Reflexiones sobre la Palabra
Reflexiones para la homilía
La paciencia es difícil
“El que espera desespera”, decía una antigua canción española. En la vida hay
que esperar mucho y se desarrolla una enorme paciencia. Dice un proverbio haitiano
que la paciencia es amarga, pero sus frutos son dulces. Sí que es cierto que la paciencia es amarga. Es amargo esperar cuando hay una separación familiar larga y dura. Es
amargo esperar cuando no llegan los papeles necesarios para legalizar una situación.
Es amargo esperar junto al lecho de un ser querido enfermo. Es amargo esperar cuando no hay trabajo. Pero también es amargo esperar cuando se espera algo bueno de
alguien a quien le hemos dado mucho, por quien nos hemos sacrificado, y nos responde con indiferencia cuando menos, o con ataques en el peor de los casos. Es
amargo esperar un cambio en una persona cercana que no se está portando bien y a la
que, de todas maneras, queremos. A veces es difícil tener paciencia con nosotros
mismos, con los errores que cometemos y las acciones que parece que no podemos
sacudir y desterrar de nosotros mismos. La paciencia puede ser bastante dura.
El dueño de la viña de la parábola de hoy, que refleja totalmente la figura del
“amigo” de la viña del Antiguo Testamento, parece tener una paciencia inconmovible. Envía a unos y otros mensajeros, y al fin envía incluso a su propio hijo, a quienes
matan los trabajadores. Así y todo, como nos dice el Papa una y otra vez, nunca se
cansa de perdonar, nunca. Imitar tal paciencia no es fácil, pero es lo que se nos pide.
A veces se ve mejor todo lo malo, para todo lo que “hay que tener paciencia”,
pero quizá a la paciencia se la pueda ayudar un poco, según nos dice la carta a los
Filipenses, ocupándonos delo que es verdadero, noble, justo y puro, amable y loable,
de toda virtud y de todo valor. Seguramente a nuestro alrededor hay muchas razones
para “desesperarse” y perder la paciencia, pero es muy posible que también haya
mucho de verdadero, noble, justo y puro…. Pensemos un poco en los detalles de
cariño de las personas de nuestro alrededor; en la nobleza de nuestros padres o abuelos; en el sentido de verdad que inspiraron en nosotros; en la alegría de las fiestas
familiares; en el trabajo y sacrificio de nuestros mayores; en las acciones de personas
de Iglesia o de organizaciones comunitarias por defender los derechos de los inmigrantes y trabajadores; en los maestros que alentaron y motivaron a la superación; en
la comida que tenemos cada día, preparada con cariño; en la solidaridad de nuestros
vecinos ante una necesidad de la comunidad. La carta a los filipenses nos anima a
que, al considerar todas esas cosas, presentemos también nuestras aflicciones, las
cosas que ponen nuestra paciencia a prueba, en oración y no nos aflijamos por nada.
Entonces la paz de Dios, que supera la comprensión humana reinara.
Las palabras paciencia y paz comienzan de la misma manera. Ambas son frutos
de estar en Dios, de tener ojos limpios para ver todo lo bueno y un corazón abierto y
esperanzado. El Dios de la vina, que espera a que nosotros demos frutos y a veces
parece esperar en vano (El sabe que no), nos dará la paz y la paciencia para esperar
sin desesperar; para no perder la alegría; para gustar, al fin, los frutos dulces de la
Isaías 5:1-7 El tema de la viña como representación de
Israel es común en la Sagrada Escritura y es probable que
el profeta haya entonado este cantico en las primeras etapas de su ministerio. También es posible que el pueblo lo
haya escuchado al principio con agrado, hasta que cayó
en la cuenta de la condena que contenía. Las viñas eran
propiedades muy valiosas en sociedades predominantemente agrícolas, como los reinos de Israel y de Judá.
Filipenses 4:6-9 Hay aquí una exhortación centrada en
los temas de la alegría y la paz. El tema de la alegría es
recurrente en Filipenses. Probablemente se había introducido en la comunidad cierto sentimiento de angustia y
preocupación, lo que los haría hoscos para con los de
afuera. Por eso Pablo les repite: hay que estar siempre
alegres en el Señor. El Señor es el motivo y garante de
nuestra alegría. Además la alegría debe mostrarse a todo
el mundo bajo el aspecto de la amabilidad y la ecuanimidad.
Mateo 21:33-43 Se contraponen dos modos de proceder.
De un lado la acción del propietario que planta una viña y
la entrega a unos arrendatarios que se niegan obstinadamente a pagar la renta. Las palabras iníciales del relato
están tomadas del cantico de la viña, con el que sin duda
estaban familiarizados los oyentes judíos. El dueño de la
vina no ceja en su empeño por recoger los frutos a su
debido tiempo, pero la conducta de los arrendatarios se
mantiene inalterable: golpean, apedrean y matan a los
emisarios del dueño. El doble envío de los servidores, al
mismo tiempo que prepara el envío del hijo, pone de relieve la contumacia de los viñadores. El último enviado es
el hijo. La parábola logra su objetivo cuando los oyentes
son invitados a una toma de posición. Cuando venga el
dueño de la vina, ¿qué les parece que hará con aquellos
viñadores? Esta pregunta final impide a la audiencia mantenerse a distancia.
Nuestra cultura: Hay muchas esperas en la comunidad
hispana: a que lleguen los papeles, a que la familia se
pueda reunificar, a que pasen los momentos difíciles…..
En todo, se da un gran ejercicio de paciencia y fortaleza.
Se podría decir que es una terca fidelidad a lo que se ve
que hay que hacer en la vida por el bien de la familia.
Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial
A través de su experiencia que ofrece en un fin de semana
puede ayudarlos como ha ayudado a miles de parejas en
todo el Mundo, las cuales han logrado: Que se comunique
más profundo, que renazca el romance, que su relación se
renueve, que sean un ejemplo para sus hijos, y que la
alegría y la unidad vuelvan a florecer en su relación
Próximas Fechas del Encuentro Matrimonial:
Octubre 17-18-19, 2014
Si quiere saber más del Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial
llámenos para más información a Enrique 714-641-8791,
Cony González 714-856-0894.
Solemne Misa y Procesión del Señor de los Milagros
Solemne misa y procesión del Señor de los Milagros el
Sábado, Octubre 18, en la Catedral de Cristo – Arboretum. Horario: 10:00 AM – Misa & Procesión
siguiendo la misa. Lugar: Catedral de Cristo – Arboretum
13280 Chapman Ave., Garden Grove, CA 92840
Para más información visite nuestro sitio web: o Santiago Avila 714282-3050, Fr. Carlos Leon 949-574-7400.
Respeto a la vida: Un sacerdote recibió la visita, ya muy noche, de unas personas que necesitaban verlo urgentemente. El sacerdote acudió a su llamado. Se trataba
de una pareja con una jovencita que había sido violada por tres rufianes. La chica
quería quitarse la vida pues creía que sus padres la repudiarían después de lo que le
sucedió. Con el consuelo y consejo del sacerdote y la pareja, accedió a regresar a su
hogar donde encontró el consuelo de su familia.
Al mes, el sacerdote recibió la visita de la joven y sus padres. La jovencita de 17
anos estaba embarazada y rechazaba la vida en su vientre, negando que esa criatura
fuera su hijo. Alegaba que la odiaría siempre por ser fruto de una violación y por
interrumpir sus estudios, además de que ella y sus padres eran muy pobres y no podrían mantenerlo. Con amor y sabiduría, el sacerdote convenció a la chica de no abortar, y el y la pareja le ofrecieron ayuda económica a cambio de que considerara la
posibilidad de dar su hijo en adopción. El día que nació el bebe la joven madre decidió quedárselo. Gracias al sacerdote y la pareja le ofrecieron apoyo y alternativas
reales, se salvo una vida. Continuara
Misa para Familias con Hijos Discapacitados
La Oficina para Ministerios Hispanos de la Diócesis de Orange los invita a todos los
católicos Hispanos a su “Vigésima Primera Misa para Familias con Hijos Discapacitados.” Se lleva-rá a cabo el día 11 de Octubre, 2014 a las 12:00pm en la Iglesia de San Bonifacio. Esta misa se celebra anualmente para reconocer la importancia
que tienen nuestros jóvenes católicos con necesidades especiales y sus familias.
Acom-páñenos a honrar a estos Héroes Cristianos. Para más información: Santiago
Avila, [email protected] o 714-282-3050.

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