04_10_16 - The Cathedral of Saint Mary
04_10_16 - The Cathedral of Saint Mary
The Cathedral of Saint Mary Catholic Church & School 7525 NW 2 Avenue Miami, Fl 33150 305 759-4531 ** Fax 305 757-7456 www.thecathedralofstmary.org [email protected] DAILY MAS The Most Reverend Thomas G. Wenski, D.D. Archbishop of Miami Very Reverend Christopher B. Marino, Rector Reverend Lesly Jean, Parochial Vicar Reverend Elvis Gonzalez, Director of Vocations, in Residence Reverend Luis Garcia, in Residence Deacon Raul Flores STAFF DAILY MASS Sergio Rodicio …….……..……….….. x121 Sr. Carmen M. Ors, SCTJM ……… x105 Marie Marino …….……..……….…..… x122 Gustavo Zayas …………………..……… x111 Stephen Kolarac ………………….…… x111 Ofelia Vazquez ………………………… x101 Tamara Genna ………………………… x101 Monday through Saturday in the Chapel 8:15am English 5:30 pm English ST MARY’S CATHEDRAL SCHOOL Sister Michelle Fernandez sctjm School Principal Office: 305-795-2000 Fax: 305-795-2013 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Sister Kristi Bergman, sctjm Religious Education Director Office: 305-795-2016 [email protected] Thursday 7.00pm Creole SUNDAY MASS 5:30 pm 8:00 am 10:00 am 12:00 noon Saturday, English Sunday, Creole Sunday, English Sunday, Spanish CONFESSIONS Saturday 5.00pm APRIL 10, 2016 ** THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER ** Sunday 7:30am 9:30am 11:30am READINGS FOR THE WEEK Sunday, April 10 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER ACTS 5:27-32, 40B-41; PSALM 30:2, 4-6, 11-13; REVELATION 5:11-14; JOHN 21:1-19 OR 21:1-14 Monday, April 11 St Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr (Memorial) Acts 6:8-15; Psalm 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30; John 6:22-29 Tuesday, April 12 Acts 7:51--8:1a; Psalm 31:3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a, 17, 21ab; John 6:30-35 MASS INTENTIONS SUNDAY, APRIL 10 8:00am + Georges Mengual 10:00am + Doreen Koening 12.00pm + Larry Simmons MONDAY, APRIL 11 8:15am + Fr. Dan Doyle 5.30pm + Elizabeth Hercule TUESDAY, APRIL 12 8:15am + Maria Galindo 5.30pm + Fr. Ignacio Morras WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 Wednesday, April 13 St. Martin I, Pope and Martyr (memorial) Acts 8:1b-8; Psalm 66:1-3a, 4-7a; John 6:35-40 8:15am + Adela Perez 5.30pm + Fr. Ignacio Blasco Thursday, April 14 Acts 8:26-40; Psalm 66:8-9, 16-17, 20; John 6:44-51 8:15am Paula Swink (birthday) 5.30pm + Maria Jose Victoria de Licea 7.00pm Parishioners Friday, April 15 Acts 9:1-20; Psalm 117:1bc-2; John 6:52-59 FRIDAY, APRIL 15 Saturday, April 16 Acts 9:31-42; Psalm 116:12-17; John 6:60-69 THURSDAY, APRIL 14 8:15am + Jean Bartos 5.30pm + John Angelesco SATURDAY, APRIL 16 8:15am + Fr. Dan Doyle 5.30pm + Maria Jose Victoria de Licea MASS INTENTIONS The custom of requesting a priest to offer the Mass for a specific intention, even when one cannot be physically present at the Mass, is a longstanding tradition in the Church. This is because the Church considers the Mass as the greatest possible prayer of intercession insofar as it is the perfect offering of Christ to the Father by making present the paschal mystery of his death and resurrection. You may request a Mass Intention by visiting the Cathedral Center Office. Mass Intentions are posted in the Parish Bulletin, and on our website: www.thecathedralofstmary.org CHAPEL OF OUR LADY OF THE CLERGY ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT First Friday. From 10am-12pm The Chapel is located inside the parish office building. Jesus is home, come and visit Him! St. Mary's Cathedral School SUMMER CAMP & LANGUAGE INSTITUTE Attention The Cathedral Pantry is in need of non-perishable food to share with those in need. PEANUT BUTTER CANNED TUNA RICE DRIED AND CANNED BEANS CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES (ESPECIALLY PULL TOP CANS) CANNED SOUPS (ESPECIALLY PULL TOP CANS) Please bring to the office during the week or leave at the Fountain of the Mystical Marriage in the church. SAVE THE DATE June 13, 2016 - July 1, 2016 Monday - Friday 8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m. Faith-filled programs Academic enriching activities Field Trips Weekly fee $60 ($30 dollars registration fee) Discounts available for siblings Aftercare will be available Scholarships available MUST register by May 31 7485 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami, FL 33150 (305) 795-2000 Friday, June 3, 2016 All Night Vigil in Honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary Begins with Holy Mass at 8:00PM St. John Vianney Seminary 2900 SW 87th Avenue Miami, FL 33165 Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary www. corazones.org / www.piercedhearts.org LA CATEDRAL SANTA MARIA LES INVITA A UNA: Vigilia Carismática con Exposición del Santísimo Sacramento para orar por las intenciones y necesidades de nuestra parroquia y por los Discípulos Misioneros de nuestra comunidad. Sábado, May 14 WHAT ARE THE WORKS OF MERCY? CORPORAL WORKS Feed the hungry Give drink to the thirsty Clothe the naked Shelter the homeless Comfort the prisoners Visit the sick Bury the dead SPIRITUAL WORKS Teach the ignorant Pray for the living & dead Correct sinners Counsel those in doubt Console the sorrowful Bear wrongs patiently Forgive wrongs willingly Hora: de 8:00pm- 11:00pm Capilla de Santísimo Sacramento Información: Trinidad Calero 786-477-1698 Les esperamos. THE CATHEDRAL JUSTICE MINISTRY TEAM MEETING Wednesday, April 13th at 7pm at the Cathedral rooms Mother’s Day Envelopes and Candles Remember your mothers living and deceased during the month of May with special altar remembrances and candles. Envelopes at the doors and candles in the gift shop Have a Mass offered for Mom! “Thank her for the depth of her love”. 1 Peter 4:8 The Christian “puts his life on the line” by giving a true witness The first Reading taken from the Acts of Acts of the Apostles, speaks of the courage of Peter, who, after the healing of the crippled man, preached the Gospel before the leaders of the Sanhedrin. Enraged at his boldness, they wanted to put Peter to death. They had already forbidden the Apostles to preach in the Name of Jesus, but Peter continued to proclaim the Gospel – because, as he said, “We must obey God rather than men.” This “courageous” Peter, the Pope said, has nothing in common with “Peter the coward” who denied Christ three times on the night of Holy Thursday. Now Peter is strong in his testimony. Christian witness, Pope Francis continued, follows the path of Jesus, even to the point of giving one’s life. In one way or another, he said, the Christian “puts his life on the line” by giving true witness: “Consistency between our life and what we have seen and heard is indeed the beginning of witness. But there’s something else to Christian witness; it’s not just giving it. Christian witness always has two parts: ‘We are witnesses of these things, as is the Holy Spirit.’ Without the Holy Spirit, there is no Christian witness – because Christian witness, the Christian life, is a grace, it is a grace that the Lord gives us with the Holy Spirit.” The martyrs of today Without the Holy Spirit, Pope Francis continued, “we cannot be witnesses.” The true witness is the person who is consistent “in what he says, what he does, and what he has received,” namely the Holy Spirit. “This is Christian courage, this is the witness”: “It is the witness of our martyrs of today – so many! – chased out of their homeland, driven away, having their throats cut, persecuted: they have the courage to confess Jesus even to the point of death. It is the witness of those Christians who live their life seriously, and who say: ‘I can’t do this; I cannot do evil to another; I cannot cheat; I cannot lead life halfway, I have to give my witness.’ And the witness consists in saying what has been seen and heard in faith, namely, the Risen Jesus, with the Holy Spirit that has been received as a gift.” Everyday saints In difficult moments in history, Pope Francis said, we hear it said that “our country needs heroes – and this is true, this is right.” But, he asked, “what does the Church need today? It needs witnesses, martyrs”: “These are the witnesses, that is, the saints, the saints of everyday, of ordinary life, but life [lived with] consistency; and also the witness ‘to the end,’ even to death. These are the life blood of the Church; these are the ones that carry the Church forward, the witnesses, who attest that Jesus is Risen, that Jesus is alive, and they bear witness through the consistency of their life, with the Holy Spirit they have received as a gift.” H.H. Pope Francis Las comunidades de “Por que ser Católico” les invitan al RETIRO DE CONCLUSIÓN en nuestro segundo año del programa. DOMINGO ABRIL 17 HORA: 11:00AM En los salones de la Catedral Previa registración Abril 10 después de misa de 12:00pm. Información: Claudia Manzanillo (305) 303-1673 Trinidad Calero (786) 477-1698 The Jubilee Year of Mercy “…Plenary Indulgence for the temporal punishment of sins, imparted by the mercy of God and applicable also to the souls of deceased faithful, may be obtained by all faithful who, truly penitent, take Sacramental Confession and the Eucharist and pray in accordance with the intentions of the Supreme Pontiff What must one do in order to receive the special Plenary Indulgence? IN ORDER TO GAIN THIS SPECIAL INDULGENCE, A CATHOLIC IS REQUIRED FIRST TO MAKE SACRAMENTAL CONFESSION, RECEIVE THE EUCHARIST AT MASS, MAKE A PROFESSION OF FAITH AND OFFER PRAYERS (OUR FATHER , HAIL MARY AND THE CREED) SUPREME PONTIFF'S INTENTIONS. FOR THE In addition to and in conjunction with fulfilling these conditions, one may then take part in any of the following observances of the Jubilee of Mercy. Each time one visits, in the course of a pilgrimage, one of the six designated pilgrimage places in the Archdiocese of Miami: one is The Cathedral of Saint Mary, and then walks through the designated Holy Door, and makes a brief visit. The Pope has asked the Church in this Jubilee Year TO REDISCOVER THE RICHNESS ENCOMPASSED BY THE SPIRITUAL AND CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY. The experi- ence of mercy, indeed, becomes visible in the witness of CONCRETE SIGNS as Jesus himself taught us. EACH TIME THAT ONE OF THE FAITHFUL PERSONALLY PERFORMS ONE OR MORE OF THESE ACTIONS, HE OR SHE SHALL SURELY OBTAIN THE JUBILEE INDULGENCE. Indulgence can also be obtained for the deceased.