Fiesta de la Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán 16 de noviembre de

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Fiesta de la Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán 16 de noviembre de
Fiesta de la Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán
16 de noviembre de 2014
Todo lo puedo unido a aquél me da fuerza. — Filipenses 4:13
SUNDAY COLLECTION / COLECTA DOMINICAL
November 08th & 9th
Plate:
$1,777.50
Building Maintenance: 883.00
Food Sale
November 09
140.00
Noche de Alabanza
Sale income / Ingreso por las Ventas:
Expenses / Gastos
Net Income / Ingreso Neto
$9,300.14
1,402.00
$7,897.58
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!
¡GRACIAS POR SU GENEROSIDAD!
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
16 al 23 de noviembre del 2014
Domingo:
Prov 31, 10-13. 19-20. 30-31/1 Tes 5,
1-6/Mt 25, 14-30 o 25, 14-15. 19-21
Lunes:
Ap 1, 1-4; 2, 1-5/Lc 18, 35-43
Martes:
Ap 3, 1-6. 14-22/Lc 19, 1-10
JAMAICA 2014 IGLESIA SAN ANTONIO
EL SABADO 22 Y DOMINGO 23 DE NOVIEMBER
Les recordamos que la Jamaica ya estará
aquí la próxima semana. Tendremos
entretenimiento en vivo, deliciosa comida
Americana y Mexicana, rifas,
actividades para toda la familia y
mucho más.
¡GRACIAS!
Agradecemos a Anita Valenzuela por su donación al
proyecto del cerco alrededor del estacionamiento de
nuestra parroquia. La encomendamos a nuestras
oraciones. Que Dios la bendiga.
GRACIAS VOLUNTARIOS
Agradecemos a los voluntarios que han cubierto la
oficina en este ultimo mes que la secretaria ha estado
recuperándose de su operación:
Lilly Cooper-Chavez
Chelo Ceandarilla
María Cruz Araiza
33ER DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
El año litúrgico está llegando a su fin, el próximo
domingo celebraremos la solemnidad de Nuestro
Ap 5, 1-10/Lc 19, 41-44
Señor Jesucristo, Rey del Universo. Por esta razón se
nota el tono escatológico de las lecturas de los últimos
Ap 10, 8-11/Lc 19, 45-48
Viernes:
domingos del tiempo ordinario. El Evangelio de este
domingo nos narra la parábola de los talentos, se nos
Ap 11, 4-12/Lc 20, 27-40
Sábado:
indica que hay que fructificar, hay que aprovechar el
tiempo. De un momento a otro el Señor estará con
Ez 34, 11-12. 15-17/1 Cor 15, 20-26. 28/Mt
Domingo: 25, 31-46
nosotros como juez universal. En la parábola vemos
como un hombre se va a tierras lejanas y reúne a tres
de sus empleados para confiarles sus pertenencias.
IN NEED OF PRAYER /
Reparte talentos, cinco y dos. Estos trabajan y
OREMOS POR NUESTROS HERMANOS
entregan bien las cuentas. Sin embargo, el de un
Stephanie Alazzawi Canada, Pedro Mora, Jose Salguero, talento no trabaja y es reprendido y echado fuera por
Mary Wehrenberg, Familia Roman Rodarte, RohnLee
no sacar provecho de lo que se le había confiado. La
Lucero, Familia Rosas, Otilia Hernandez, Jose Luis Nuno plegaria eucarística IV nos habla de cuidar lo que Dios
Gutierrez, Hermina Gutierrez, Rose Lopez, Anthony &
nos ha encomendado, los bienes de este mundo, es
Juan, Theresa Bustamante, Dora Madril, Baby Nakay y
decir, la creación entera, además de los bienes de
Fmilia, Andrea Diaz, Abel Munguia, Rebecca Pantoja,
nuestras propias cualidades de nuestros dones. "A
Carlos Robles, Jessica Bañuelos, Ramon Borboa, Elvira imagen tuya creaste al hombre y le encomendaste el
Luisa Valdez, Mike Serpa, Jorge Ortiz, Ruby Cruz &
universo entero, para que, sirviéndote sólo a ti, su
Family , Valentin Gomez, Aron Haring.
Creador, dominara todo lo creado". La parábola nos
llama a reflexionar en: nuestros talentos, la vida
LA CORRESPONSABILIDAD VIVIDA AHORA
familiar y la espera de la venida del Señor. Ojalá que
Dedica un lugar y un tiempo de silencio para escuchar a al participar en la Eucaristía el Señor nos dé la gracia
Dios que te habla en tu corazón. Empieza despacio:
que necesitamos para vivir con seguridad y confianza
quince minutos dos veces a la semana, luego aumenta a
en el Señor. ¿Dónde están trabajando nuestros
quince minutos al día. No permitas que nada interrumpa
talentos? ¿Están escondidos por vergüenza o por
o importune ese tiempo especial.
flojera? Al usarlos creativamente somos fieles a Dios
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y a la creación que nos rodea.
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Ap 4, 1-11/Lc 19, 11-28
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Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
November 16, 2014
I can do all things in him who strengthens me. — Philippians 4:13
MASS INTENTIONS / MISAS DE INTENCION
Fecha Hora
Intención
De parte de:
Sab. 15 6 p.m.
……………………………………………….
Dom. 16 7 a.m. Por la salud de Nakqi, Brian, Antonio, Jones
9 a.m. + Virginia O’Grady…...……...Emilia O’Grady
11 a.m. + Ángel de Leon…………………..Su Familia
1 p.m. + Salvador, +Cosme, +Carmen
Mar. 18
Mie. 19
Jue. 20
Vie. 21
6 p.m.
6 p.m.
6 p.m.
6 p.m.
Escodedo…………...Bertha Escodedo
+ Beatrice y Rayo Ramírez…..Familia Flores
+ Josefina Bastidas……….….Laura Bastidas
+ Aurelio Fuentes……...Su Esposa y Familia
Por los Difuntos del Instituto de las
Servidoras………………………….SSVM
LIVING STEWARDSHIP NOW
Make room for a silent time and place in your life for God
to speak to your heart. Start slowly—say fifteen minutes
twice a week, then increase to fifteen minutes once a
day. Let nothing else intrude on this special time.
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PARISH MEMBER REGISTRATION FORMS
We invite all of you to register in our parish. If you
have been attending mass and haven’t registered as an
active member in our church community, please do so. If
you are registered and have a change of address,
stopped receiving envelopes or any other change in you
household, please contact the parish office to update
your records. Please fill out an application and make sure
to provide us your phone number.
Here are some examples of the benefits you have
as a registered and active church member: if your child is
attending a Catholic School, tuition reduction, discounts
on Quinceañera and Wedding celebrations and the rental
of the Parish Reception Hall. One of the most common
one is a reference letter of good standing in our church
for immigration, court, etc. TAKE AN APPLICATION
FROM THE CHURCH ENTRANCE AND RETURN IT TO
THE OFFICE OR TO ONE OF THE USHERS AFTER
MASS.
THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS
We thank the volunteers who dedicated their time to our
parish and have covered theparish office this past month
that the secretary has been recovering from her
operation:
Lilly Cooper-Chavez
Chelo Gandarilla
María Cruz Araiza
2014 ST. ANTHONY PARISH JAMAICA
SAT. NOV. 22ND & SUN. NOV. 23RD
We would like to remind you that the grand
Jamaica festival will be next week. We’ll
have live entertainment,
delicious food, raffle prizes, fun
activities for the whole family & much
more. Raffle tickets will be on sale soon!
THANK YOU!
We would like to thank Anita Valenzuela for her donation toward the fence project around our parish parking lot. We will keep you in our prayers. God Bless.
33RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
"A man going on a journey called in his servants and
entrusted his possessions to them." In today's Gospel
parable, this man represents God, and the servants
represent us. The story makes a clear point about the
importance of putting the gifts God has given us to
good use. Unlike the first two servants, the third
servant chose not to make a return on his "talent."
Thus we can understand the frustration of the master.
He trusted this servant, and the fellow let him down.
Remember, this all began with an act of trust when
the master handed over care of his things. The fact is
that the third servant did not take good care of what
he was given. What have we been given? Some gifts
from God we all share in common: life and salvation.
But others differ from person to person. We each
have our own set of "talents": our personal skills, our
material blessings, our education, family background,
and so on. Some have more, and some have fewer.
But the point is that we are called to make the most of
what we have, whatever that may be. Perhaps the
starting point for making a return on God's investment
in us is to recognize that what we have is really his! In
a sense, our gifts and skills, even our lives, are all "on
loan" from God. He is generous in sharing his life and
his blessings with us. And, like the parable's master,
he is quick to praise and reward our efforts. But when
we choose to be "wicked, lazy" servants, taking everything for granted and not using our gifts for God's
glory, then "even what [we have] will be taken away."
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