St. Jerome Church - St. Jerome Catholic Church

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St. Jerome Church - St. Jerome Catholic Church
St. Jerome Church
MULTICULTURAL FAMILY OF FAITH
2402 33rd Street Kenner louisiana 70065
Phone: (504) 443-3174 Fax: (504) 443-5499
Ministry of Concern - (504) 441-5014
Website: stjeromecatholic.org
MISSION STATEMENT: “We, the people of St. Jerome, share the mission of the Catholic Church to love and to worship God,
our Father. We share the peace of Christ and the hope of eternal salvation with people of all cultures, races, nationalities and
ages, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We are committed to developing and carrying out those programs and activities
that will enable us to achieve that goal together”.
PASTORAL/ CLERICAL STAFF
Rev. Quentin Moody, Pastor
Deacon Lieu Tran, Permanent Deacon
Mrs. Gail Bordelon, Director of Religious Education
Mrs. Martha Narváez, Parish Secretary
Mrs. Martha Brown, Receptionist
Office Hours: 9-12Noon & 1- 5PM (Mon.-Fri.)
PASTORAL COUNCIL
Mike Buisson, Craig Comeaux, Linda DiMaggio, Ron
Reinhardt, Gail Bordelon, Carole & Ray Schoenstein,
Martha Narváez, María Granizo, Kathy Faia, Mari San
Martín
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND FORMATION:
Courses/Clases, Retreats/Retiros, RCIA,
Religious Ed K-12 Grades (Tues. & Wed.)
Neo-Catechumenate,
MINISTRIES AND GROUPS
Pastoral Council, Finance Committee, Liturgy Committee, Unity-Hospitality Committee, Building and Maintenance Committee.
Liturgical Ministries: Altar Servers, Ushers, Choirs,
Eucharistic Ministers, Proclaimers, Altar Society,
St. Jerome Knights of Columbus-3310 Florida Ave.
(469-6736).
PRAYER AND DEVOTIONS
Eucharistic Adoration: Wed. (9:45 AM-2PM) &
1st. Saturday of each month (9:30 - Noon)
Novena: Perpetual Help (Tuesday after 9am Mass)
Grupo Carismático (Viernes 7:00 PM)
Other Services: Citizenship Classes.
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SACRAMENTAL LIFE
EUCHARIST/MISAS
Saturday Vigil
Sunday
Domingo (Spanish)
Mon.-Fri & 1st Sat.
4:00 p.m. (English)
10:00 a.m. (English)
8:00 a.m. & 12:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. (in Chapel)
PENANCE (CONFESSION/RECONCILIATION):
Saturday
3:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday
8:30 to 8:55 AM (in Chapel)
Anytime by appointment. Can be arranged anonymously.
BAPTISM PREPARATION: Parents arrange & prepare for
Infants through six years old. Those over 6 yrs old participate in
our RICA preparation program.
EUCHARIST PREPARATION: For 1st graders and older.
Communion to Shut-Ins or those hospitalized May be arranged
by calling the church office.
CONFIRMATION PREPARATION: For 9th graders and
older.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK AND ELDERLY: Upon request
for the seriously ill, infirm, those undergoing major surgery, the
elderly and/or confined to their homes.
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS Please contact the parish
priest to arrange for a date and time BEFORE going to the
funeral home. The church is the proper and preferred place for
the funeral liturgy although Mass at the funeral home is allowed.
MATRIMONY Schedule a meeting with the parish priest or
deacon a minimum of six months before the wedding date.
Also, call for the possible validation or blessing of a marriage.
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QUINCEAÑERA REQUIREMENTS - Participating in
Religious Formation Classes and/or attending Catholic
Schools, Please call the church office.
THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD
WHY DO CATHOLICS ADORE MARY?
We Catholics do not adore the Blessed Mother.
We honor her because she is the Mother of Jesus, the Son of God. It is
God Himself, who first honored Mary, when God chose her to be the
Mother of Jesus. The veneration is different from the veneration and
adoration of God, our Creator. Mary is honored as the Queen of Heaven and Earth.
Mary said: “My being proclaims the greatness of the Lord. My Spirit finds joy in God
my Savior” (LK 1: 46-47).
We believe that God saved Mary from the stain of original sin at the moment of her
Conception. God chose the Blessed Virgin Mary in His plan for the salvation of the
world. God sent his Son Jesus into the world. Jesus took on flesh and He became a man
like us.
We Catholics honor the Blessed Virgin Mary because she is the Mother of Jesus. Our
Blessed Mother has a prophetic role and she comes to the world through apparitions, to
deliver the message from God.
Fr. Moody
Congratulations to all young people who have just received the Sacrament of Confirmation on
Wednesday May 13th , sealed by the Holy Spirit through the Archbishop Alfred Hughes ,
they are:
Jose Aleman Jr., Leanna Amaya, Abby Buras, Michael Del Rio, Shirly Escobar,
Kelly Fernandez, Jennifer Rocha, Alondra Rodriguez and Vanessa Romano.
TERESIAN SISTERS 13TH ANNUAL ROCK “N” BOWLARAMA
The Teresian Sisters fund-raising will take place at Mid-City Lane/Rock “n” Bowl in New Orleans
(3000 S. Carrollton Ave.) on Sunday, May 31, from 6:00-9:00pm.
Everyone will be able to bowl, dance to the rhythm of the Cypress Band, good food, participate in a
silent auction, and win great prizes! Tickets are $25.00. For more information please call
Sr. Isabel at (985) 893-1470
EXPOSITION AND ADORATION
OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
From June 1st, the Exposition and
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will no
longer be in place on the first Saturday of the
month.
Attendance is truly poor and the Lord is left
alone many times.
ST. JEROME SUMMER MISSION CAMP.
JULY 6 - 17 ( 9:00 AM to 12:00 NOON)
Children entering grades K-6TH are invited!
You can find Registration Forms, by the church
doors or in the church office!
Space is limited!
For more information, please call the Church
office.
LA ASCENSION DEL SEÑOR
¿POR QUE ADORAMOS A MARIA?
Los católicos no adoramos a María. Nosotros la veneramos porque ella es la
Madre de Dios. La Madre de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.
La veneración a la Virgen María, es completamente diferente de la adoración de Dios.
Los católicos creemos que María debido a su papel exaltado es la más superior de las
criaturas de Dios. Pero claro está, como cualquier otro ser humano, Ella tenía que ser
salvada por la misericordia de Dios. Ella misma dijo:
“Y mi espíritu se alegra en Dios mi Salvador” (LK. 1).
Nosotros creemos que Dios al hacerse hombre, deseaba involucrar al ser humano en su
plan de salvación. María era una persona clave para éste propósito, por lo tanto esta es la
razón por la cual los católicos la honramos tan profundamente.
Fr. Moody
Felicidades a todos los jóvenes que acaban de recibir el Sacramento de Confirmación el pasado
miércoles 13 de Mayo, sellados por el Espíritu Santo a través del Arzobispo Alfred Hughes,
ellos son:
José Alemán, Jr., Leanna Amaya, Abby Buras, Michael Del Rio, Shirly Escobar,
Kelly Fernández, Brandon Fonseca, Jennifer Rocha, Alondra Rodríguez Vanessa Romano.
13avo. BOLERAMA ANUAL DE LAS HERMANAS TERESIANAS.
La colecta anual de fondos de las Hermanas Teresianas tendra lugar en Mid-City Rock-n-Bowl en
Nueva Orleans (300 S. Carrollton Ave) el día sábado, Mayo 31 de 6pm a 9 pm.
Todos disfrutarán del boliche, bailes y ritmos con la Banda Cypress, deliciosa comida y participación en
la subasta con magníficos premios. El valor del ticket es de $25.00 Si desea mayor información, favor
llamar a la Hermana Isabel al (985) 893-1470
EXPOSICION Y ADORACION
DEL SANTISIMO SACRAMENTO
A partir del mes de Junio ya no
tendremos Exposición y Adoración al
Santísimo Sacramento los primeros sábados
del mes.
La asistencia es verdaderamente pobre y al
Señor se le deja solo muchas veces.
CAMPAMENTO DE VERANO EN
SAN JERONIMO
Del 6 al 17 de Julio, de 9AM a 12:00PM
Los niños que cursen los grados K-6to
están invitados a asistir.
¡Regístrese ahora!
Pueden encontrar las hojas de matrícula en las
puertas de la iglesia o en las oficinas.
Para mayor información llame por favor a las
oficinas de la iglesia.
WEEK SCHEDULE
MAY 17, 2015
SUNDAY, MAY 17TH
Reflecting on God’s Word
These days most corporations and churches
have vision and mission statements. Often they
begin with a model vision that the institution
strives to live up to. They go on to state what the
institution seeks to do—how it puts its vision into
practice. A parish vision and mission statement
might say: “We are the Body of Christ. Utilizing
the gifts of each member, we collaborate to bring
more and more people into God’s kingdom of
freedom, justice, holiness, and love.”
On this feast we are given the ultimate vision
and mission statement for the Church. It goes
something like this: Christ is now working with
and for us “at the right hand of God” (Mark
16:19). Through the power of the Holy Spirit we
are to be Christ’s witnesses “to the ends of the
earth” (Acts 1:8). We seek to do so by
“proclaiming the gospel to every creature” (Mark
16:15) and “building up the body of Christ, until
we all attain to the unity of faith and knowledge
of the Son of God” (Ephesians 4:12–13).
—Virginia Stillwell
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WHILE IN PRAYER, PLEASE
REMEMBER OUR LOVED ONES
SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES.
Living God’s Word
In today’s readings, Christ leaves his “corporation,”
the church, and trusts the “employees,” his disciples,
to run things in his absence. Considering the twothousand-year history of the Church, many might
question the wisdom of his decision! Yet, Christ knew
that the Spirit would always guide the Church in continuing his messianic mission.
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MAY 2– 3, 2015
Recorded Contribution
Loose Collection
Total
$ 2,421.00
$ 3,075.74
$ 5,496.74
Bldg. & Maint. fund
$
347.00
Piano & Guitar Classes
MONDAY, MAY 18TH
Gospel Study (English) (9:45AM)
Bible Study (Spanish) (7:30PM)
Clases de Liturgia (7:00PM)
TUESDAY, MAY 19TH
Neo-catechumenate (8:00PM)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20TH
EXPOSITION & ADORATION (9:30-2PM)
THURSDAY, MAY 21ST
FRIDAY, MAY 22ND
7:00pm Grupo Carismático.
SATURDAY, MAY 23RD
4:00 Vigil Mass
AA MEETING– EVERY NIGHT (SAT-SUN 8-9 PM)
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS (#6746)
3310 Florida Ave
504-469-6736/504-352-7107
Friday Lunch Specials(11AM—1PM)
Fish Plate, Shrimp Plate, Grill Shrimp Salad,
Combo Plate (Phone-in orders available)
Pescado, Camarones Fritos, Ensalada de
Camarones a la Parrilla
PLEASE PRAY FOR: David Pembo, Karen James, Kenny
Harris, Michael & Joanne Montgomery Clarisa
Merle, Audrey Sheuernann, Debbi Aguilar, Paul
Sutphen, Nelson Leyva , Owen J. Lacour, Sr.,
Loraine Delk, Carol Olivier, Arthur Wail, Vita
Thibodeaux, Stephanie & Gregory Frazier, Steven
D. Murphy & Family, Vivian Guarisco, Lisa Devenport, Craig Dorran, Robert Munter, Julian Largaespada, Andrea Godoy, Brenda Teppen, Jean Garaudy, Bárbara Smagacaz, Vita Elmer, Terry Gleason, Michael Ayala, Grace Wallace, Stephanie Matherne, Lori Freese, Hattie & Steven Bailey,
Artie Kirsch, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Du Luca, Allen Weiner, Blake
Graff, Brent & Michelle Smith, Nick,Gahchan, Ted Fraiche,
Nelson & Wilma Normand, Joseph Thibodeaux, Charles
Stansbury, Aida del Carmen Méndez, Katelyn West, A.
Varela, Beverly Phelps, Carrie Bourque, Sheila Cadow, Mary
Babin, Brenda Becnel, Margarita Mesa, Mitch Leger, Diane
Ladner, Roberto Otorno, Christine & Marcia Graff, Allen
Jolly, Jr., Angel Ramos, Althea Alcock, Nedime Sherif, Luis
Campuzano, Jr., Ismais Rende, Clair Klein, Adriana Stillwell,
Audrey Gurtler, Lodge Hensley, Melvin & Marie Barnewold,
Diane McCarthy, Deanna Perkins, Mary Ann Mount, Nancy
Geraci, June Babin, Claire Ricciardo, Baby Elizabeth Ward,
Wayne McWorthy, Mary L. Blanchard, Bonnie & Carmen
Orillion, Dorothy Gabriel, Roger & Marilyn Bombardler, Sr,
Marria N. Madere & those in hospitals, nursing homes &
confined to their homes.
Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
En la actualidad la mayoría de las empresas e
Iglesias tienen declaraciones de visión y de misión. Con frecuencia comienzan con un modelo de
visión que la institución se esfuerza en poner en
práctica. Después declaran lo que la institución
planea hacer, o sea, cómo pondrán la visión en
práctica. La declaración de visión y misión de
una parroquia pudiera decir así: “Somos el Cuerpo de Cristo. Utilizamos los dones de todos y cada
uno de los miembros con el fin de contribuir a
que más y más personas lleguen al reino de Dios,
el reino de libertad, de justicia, de santidad y de
amor”.
En esta fiesta se nos da la definitiva declaración
de visión y misión de la Iglesia. Dice más o menos
así: Cristo está ahora trabajando con nosotros y
por nosotros “a la derecha de Dios” (Marcos 16,
19). Por el poder del Espíritu Santo tenemos que
ser testigos “hasta los extremos de la tierra” (Hechos 1, 8). Lograremos esto proclamando
“la buena noticia a toda criatura” (Marcos 16,
15) “y para la edificación del cuerpo de Cristo,
hasta que lleguemos todos a la unidad de la fe y
del pleno conocimiento del Hijo de Dios” (Efesios
4, 12–13). —Virginia Stillwell Derechos de autor © 2014, World Library Publications.
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Todos los derechos reservados
OUR SANCTUARY LIGHT BURNS THIS
WEEK IN CHURCH FOR THE GOOD
HEALTH OF CLARISA MERLE
Vivamos la Palabra de Dios
En las lecturas de hoy Cristo deja su “empresa”, la
Iglesia, y confía a sus “empleados”, los discípulos, la
obra que deben hacer en su ausencia. Si consideramos la historia de la Iglesia en los dos mil años pasados ¡muchos dudarían sobre la sabiduría de esta decisión! Sin embargo, Cristo sabía que en la continuidad
de su misión profética el Espíritu siempre guiaría a la
Iglesia. Derechos de autor © 2014, World Library Publications. Todos los derechos
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SUNDAY, MAY 17TH
8:00 AM Jesús Antonio Canizales.
10:00 AM Joseph & Ronald Kilgarlin-Odile Baltazar
Bandon Bartholomew - Dominick Scandurro
Wayne Jospeh McWhorter - Laynne A. Manthey.
12:00 PM GOOD HEALTH:
Angel Ramos - David M. Galeas
Clarisa Merle-Quirino Vásquez
Marco Tulio & Juanita Pérez
Eric Dávila.
REST IN PEACE: Concepción Cruz
Leopoldo Galván-Eduardo Aguilar - Roni Villalta
Pedro Cardoza-Concepción Arriaza-Isabel Cruz
Amarilis Merle - Bernabe Cupertino Ruíz
Rafael, Noris & Elizabeth Ortega– Jesús Avalos
Coralia Mendoza Fugón - Josefina Ramírez
Marcos & Olga Ariza - Carlos José Gonzáles
Alfredo Travers -Enrique Trewin-José A. López
Margot de Avalos - Graciela Rodas
Lillian M. de Gutiérrez (6to. Death Anniversary)
MONDAY,
MAY 18TH
9:00 AM
Ricardo & Elaine De Zayas.
TUESDAY,
MAY 19TH
9:00 AM
Yelba Vega & Family
WEDNESDAY MAY 20TH
9:00 AM
Joseph & Claire Lazaro.
THURSDAY, MAY 21ST
9:00 AM
All Souls in Purgatory.
FRIDAY,
MAY 22ND
9:00 AM
Lillian Moody de Gutiérrez (6to.D.Anni.)
SATURDAY, MAY 23RD
4:00 PM
Joseph & Claire Lazaro - Louis Linn, Sr.
Rodrigo Querubin.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Acts 19:1-8; Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab;
Jn 16:29-33
Tuesday: Acts 20:17-27; Ps 68:10-11, 20-21;
Jn 17:1-11a
Wednesday: Acts 20:28-38; Ps 68:29-30, 33-36ab;
Jn 17:11b-19
Thursday: Acts 22:30; 23:6-11; Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11;
Jn 17:20-26
Friday:
Acts 25:13b-21; Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab;
Jn 21:15-19
Saturday: Acts 28:16-20, 30-31; Ps 11:4, 5, 7;
Jn 21:20-25
Sunday: Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or
Ez 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5; Ps 104:1-2, 24, 35,
27-30; Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39
Day: Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34;
1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 or Gal 5:16-25;
Jn 20:19-23 or Jn 15:26-27; 16:12-15
Monday:
• Heating • Welding
• Sewer & Drain
Cleaning
• Building
Maintenance
• Underground
Water Mains
• Gas Testing
• Water Heaters
• Underslab Repairs
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Over 50 Years Experience
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Return Preparation & Problem Solving
Full Service Salon
3110 Williams Blvd.
443-5726
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Saturday 9am-2pm
Closed on Sundays
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