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December 6, 2015
"To evangelize and share the
Gospel, walk with one another on
our journey of faith, and draw
others into Christ's one, holy,
catholic and apostolic Church."
Second Sunday of Advent
December 6, 2015
Tuesday, December 8 - Holy Day of Obligation.
Mass schedule: Monday, December 7, Vigil Mass:
5:30pm 6:00am, 8:30am, 12:00 noon, 5:30pm and
7:00 pm (Spanish).
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe — Saturday, December 12
4:30am Las Mañanitas, 5:00am Mass (Spanish).
7:00pm Mass (Spanish), and the representation of the apparition.
Refreshments in the Hall following Mass.
Parish Mission—Parish Priests
Monday, December 14—Tuesday, December 15 at 7:00pm
Las Posadas — Wednesday, December 16
Bilingual Rosary in the church.
Singing procession to the Hall for fellowship and refreshments.
John proclaims a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins. All flesh shall see the
salvation of God (Luke 3:1-6).
Simbang Gabi — Sunday, December 20
5:00pm Mass. Refreshments in the Hall following Mass.
MOTHERCABRINICIRCLE
GIFTSTORE
ADVENT CANDLES! ADVENT WREATHS! CHRISTMAS CARDS!
Stop by after Sunday morning Masses to see the beautiful selection of Christmas
cards, Advent wreaths and Christmas gifts. You will find that very special gift for
your loved ones. Give the gift of Faith, give a Catholic gift!
RECTORY
1305 Royal Avenue
Simi Valley, CA 93065
Ph: 526-1732
Fax: 526-0067
Email: [email protected]
Tony Gammariello, PBM • 526-1732
Website:
www.StRoseSV.com
PASTOR
Rev. Joseph P. Shea
[email protected],com
Associate Pastor
Fr. Bill Nicholas
(www.FrWCNicholas.com)
Priests in Residence
Fr. Jim Maher
Fr. Dave Heney
DaveHeney.com
[email protected]
DEACONS
Dn. Peter Wilson
Dn. Terry Reibenspies
Dn. Louis Fernandez
Dn. Edward Posvar
HOURS
Monday to Friday: 8:00am—8:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am—5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am—4:00pm
Facilities Manager
Norm Ouellette • 551-3704
ANNULMENT ASSISTANCE
Deacon Ed Posvar
(805) 501-7578
[email protected]
ALTAR SERVER MINISTRY
[email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers of
Holy Communion—Coordinators
George Lemos
Tony Lemos ([email protected])
FAITH FORMATION
Sandra Lemos, Director • 526-5513
[email protected]
LECTORS MINISTRY
Tony Delgado 584-6987
[email protected]
LIFE TEEN / YOUTH MINISTRY
Adam Cross, Youth Minister
526-8181
[email protected]
SACRAMENT OF CONFESSION
Monday & Wednesday
9:00am—10:00am
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
4:00pm—5:00pm
Saturday:
3:00pm—5:00pm
6:00pm—7:00pm
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
Vigil:
Holy Day:
LITURGY SCHEDULE
Daily:
8:30am & 5:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am; 5:00pm (Vigil);
7:00pm (Spanish)
Sunday: 6:00am, 7:00am, 9:00am,
11:00am (Family/Children),
1:00pm (Spanish)
5:00pm(Youth)
MINISTERIO HISPANO
Libia Perez, Director • 915-4605
[email protected]
MUSIC MINISTRY
Clare Delto, Director • 526-1732
[email protected]
RESPECT LIFE MINISTRY
Julia Dobrucki • 915-4625
[email protected]
24 HR. LIFE CENTER HOTLINE FOR
UNPLANNED PREGNANCY
Call 1-800-973-7334
www.facebook.com/PregnancyCounselingCenter
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN
Sandy Lemos 526-5513
(Interim Chair person)
SUB-ROSA YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
The SubRosa Team
208-2545
5:30pm
6:00am; 8:30am; 12:00pm;
5:30pm; 7:00pm (Spanish)
PRIEST MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday, December 12
Vigil:
5:00 PM
(Spanish) 7:00 PM
Fr. Dave Heney
Fr. Joe Shea
Sunday, December 13
6:00 AM
Fr. Bill Nicholas
7:00 AM
Fr. Jim Maher
9:00 AM
Fr. Bill Nicholas
11:00 AM Fr. Dave Heney
(Spanish) 1:00pm
5:00 PM
Fr. Joe Shea
Fr. Dave Heney
*Occasionally the Celebrant may change.
SACRAMENTS
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Administered throughout the year.
Please call the Rectory any time in case
of serious illness or going into surgery.
BAPTISMS
English: 1st Sunday of the month
Arrangements must be made prior to Baptism.
Español: 3r Domingo del mes
Es necesario hacer arreglos con anticipacion.
MARRIAGES
MINISTRIES
BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY
Dot Goerisch • 526-5640
CHARISMATIC PRAYER MINISTRY
Deacon Pete Wilson • 501-4535
CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER GROUP
Ched & Lumi Cruz
584-6160
COUPLES FOR CHRIST
Joanne & Erwin Ilustrisimo
(818) 419-3503
Email: [email protected]
FILAM (Filipino/American)
Sylvia Asuncion
857-5540
ICF (Italian Catholic Federation)
Joey Lo Dolce
587-1892
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
COUNCIL #5803
Bob Spielman, Grand Knight
522-8446
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION
FOR ADULTS (RCIA)
If interested in becoming Catholic or if you are
a baptized adult in need of Confirmation and
First Communion please call: Julia Dobrucki •
915-4625
SERVING THOSE IN NEED
Earl Todd
581-0957
MOTHER CABRINI CIRCLE GIFT SHOP
Located in the vestibule; open before & after
morning Sunday Masses; Thursdays 12-3pm
1325 Royal Avenue, Simi Valley, CA 93065
John P. Sanders, Principal - Website: www.srls.org 526-5304 • 526-0939 (fax)
AFTER SCHOOL CARE 577-8208
St. Rose School Alumni—Teresa Moran Runyon: [email protected] OR www.srls.org/alumni
Dear friends,
On December 8th—the Feast of the Immaculate Conception—the entire Catholic Church
begins the Holy Year of Mercy. What a timely theme for our world that is so troubled
because of the lack of mercy.
For the Year of Mercy, the parish has developed a calendar of events. We will print this
calendar each week in the bulletin for your convenience so that you can experience God’s mercy in a powerful way this year and share God’s mercy with others.
A few ways that we will continuously be celebrating the Year of Mercy:
1. We will continue hearing Confessions 6 days a week. This Sacrament is the doorway to God’s Mercy. Try to celebrate this Sacrament more frequently this year. You can find the schedule of the hours
for Confessions in the bulletin.
2. You will receive a Holy Card for the Year of Mercy. On one side of this card will be the prayer Hail
Holy Queen that we will pray after every Mass during the Year of Mercy, and I would encourage you to
pray at home. On the other side will be a list of the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy. You
shouldmemorize and practice these works of mercy during this holy year.
3. Attend the Advent Retreat, “Experience the Mercy of God,” on the evenings of Monday, December
14th and Tuesday, December 15th. The retreat will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Church. We will have exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a spiritual conference, followed by Eucharistic Adoration and Confessions until8:30 p.m.
Choosing to do these three activities things will take each one of us a long way into the embrace of God’s
mercy. May God bless you.
Yours in Christ,
Fr. Joseph Shea
ANNOUNCEMENTS:

December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception: (Holy Day of Obligation) begins the
Holy Year of Mercy. Monday, December 7, Vigil Mass 5:30pm; Tuesday, December 8: 6:00,
8:30am, 12:00noon, 5:30 and 7:00pm (Spanish) The parish will be producing a calendar,
listing all the events by which we hope to celebrate and experience the Mercy of God in our
lives in this coming year. Stay tuned.

December 12, Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, 4:30am “Las Mañanitas” Mass followed
by fellowship and reception in the hall.
“A time to be born…” Ecc 3:2
“Atimetoheal…”Ecc3:3…Andprayforoneanother.—James5:13-18
Alexey Baikov
Oscar Barrera, Jr.
Richard Case
Rachel Castillo
John Erickson
Michael Escandon
Robert Flaherty & Family
Dorothy Flores
Lisa Fahoome
Miles Go
Glen Hilton
Ruth Ann Hochleutne
Mary Ice
Margaret Jimenez
Maria Jimenez
Barbara Knight
Maria Koszeghy
Jim Krebs
Richard Landon
Richard Mihalovits
Tom Montero
Julia M ora
Edwin Morales
Elizabeth Moreno
Barbara Prete
John Roman
Jodi Runyon
Imelda Schroeder
Dian Schuetz
Gregory Schuetz
Ted Seonbuchner
Burt Selik
Marcia Southwell
Todd Southwell
Sara Spencer
Ernest Velasquez
Carl Walinski
Jo Wilhelmi
Imelda Youngman
Namesonthislistwillbedeletedafter3months,unless
therectorystaffisnoti ied.
“Atimeofwarandatimeofpeace…”Ecc3:8
Prayforthoseservinginthemilitary.
Col. Marilyn Rios
U.S. Army
Matthew Alatorre
U.S. Navy
Matthew Anaya
Pvt. James Berru
Gregg Bell
Patrick Croy
Krysten Bohen
John Gebert
Thomas M. Gonzalez Joseph Costanzo
Nicolas Costanzo
Brian Kiely
Jose T. Fernandez
Ryan Loniero
Alex Knott
Ronald Murphy
Alex Martin
Ryan Osier
Nicholas C. Moreno
Juan Ignacio Rios
Rafael Rodriguez
Kaplan Sharpe
Nicholas TimpeGiehm
U.S. Air Force
Pvt. Bryce Willey
Tanner Aurand
Pvt. Gino Zarcone
Sgt. Christine Campo
National Guard Vincent Russo
Sgt Armando Peña, Jr Maj. Andrew Hull
Capt. Melissa Hull
U.S.M.C.
Christian Ares
Raymond Bucci
Nicolas Estrada
Paul Gebert
Sgt. Colton Haney
Matthew Hunt
Jim La Rosa
Bradly Melson
Ricky Noone
Brian Olex
GY SGT Casey Pilkington
1ˢͭ Lt. Andrew S. King
Jordan Sine
Chris Sinsheimer
“Atimetodie…”Ecc3:2
Pray for the souls of our faithful departed and their families especially…
SATURDAY, December 5
8:30am
Millennium Club
5:00pm Our Holy Priests (I)
7:00pm Humberto Romero Hernandez (D)
SUNDAY, December 6
6:00am Benjamin Hacuman (D)
7:00am Janis Marshall (D)
9:00am Benjamin F. Soares (D)
11:00am Mary Lou Zaccone (D)
1:00pm Rafael Gudiel (D)
5:00pm Joseph Kelly (D)
MONDAY December 7
8:30am Maria B. Martinez (D)
5:30pm
Mario Gonzalez Sr (D)
TUESDAY, December 8
6:00am Nick Fowler (I)
8:30pm Maria Chen (D)
12:00pm Terry Garcia (I)
5:30pm Catalino & Cristina Perida (D)
7:00pm Margarito Valenzuela
WEDNESDAY, December 9
8:30am Celia Cruz (I)
5:30pm Paula Galindez (I)
THURSDAY, December 10
8:30am Carmen Torres (I)
5:30pm Manuella Rogue (I)
FRIDAY, December 11
8:30am Eulogio Cervantes (D)
5:30pm Robert Iserman (I)
SATURDAY, December 12
8:30am
Millennium Club
5:00pm Cecilia Lee (D)
7:00pm Hand Maids of the Triune God (I)
SUNDAY, December 13
6:00am Kenny Jimenez Paez (I)
7:00am Sam Ortega (D)
9:00am Doris Goerish (I)
11:00am Manny Rojas (I)
1:00pm Juan Carlos & Alfonso Esquirel (D)
5:00pm Joselito Baltazar (I)
Monday:
Tuesday:
Is 35:1-10; Ps 85:9-14; Lk 5:17-26
Gn 3:9-15, 20; Ps 98:1-4;
Eph 1:3-6, 11-12; Lk 1:26-38
Wednesday: Is 40:25-31; Ps 103:1-4, 8, 10;
Mt 11:28-30
Thursday: Is 41:13-20; Ps 145:1, 9-13ab;
Mt 11:11-15
Friday:
Is 48:17-19; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mt 11:16-19
Saturday: Zec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab;
Jdt 13:18bcde, 19; Lk 1:26-38 or
Lk 1:39-47, or any readings from the
Common of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
nos. 707-712
Sunday:
Zep 3:14-18a; Is 12:2-3, 4, 5-6;
Phil 4:4-7; Lk 3:10-18
Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament
“ O my God, if the people of ancient times showed such tremendous reverence and devotion to You in the
presence of the Ark of the Covenant, how much greater should (be) the reverence and devotion to
Your Presence in the Blessed Sacrament paid by me and all Christian people in receiving the precious Body
and Blood of Your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ…”
Imitation of Christ Thomas a Kempis
If you are not able to sign up as a
permanent Adorer, please consider
signing up to be an occasional
substitute .
Monday, 9:00am—Saturday, 3:00pm
Adorers are needed:
Tuesdays: 3am
Wednesdays: 2am
Team Leaders
12am-5am
Theresa Wong
428-0942
6am-11am
Cathy Sullivan
526-7628
12pm-5pm
Anita Koller
526-9910
6pm-11pm
Kathy & Frank
Cross
501-8431
Speaker:
Dr. Bennett Annan
Singing Adoration in the
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Tuesday
3:00-3:30pm
Divine Mercy
7:00-8:00pm
SubRosa
8:00-10:00pm Spanish Rosary
Wednesday
6:00pm Our Mother of
Perpetual Help Novena
7:00-8:00pm Divine Mercy
Holy Hour and Benediction with Deacon
Ed Posvar
Friday
3:00-4:30pm Divine Mercy Chaplet,
Litany to the Sacred Heart and Stations of
the Cross
6:00pm Family Novena in Honor of the
Holy Infant Jesus of Prague
6pm-9pm Spanish Prayer Group
9pm-10pm
Saturday after 5pm Mass
Bilingual Rosary for the healing
& unity of families.
Have you considered being a
“Partner Adorer” ?
Sign up to accompany an existing
adorer in the late night hours. These
hours already have an adorer present so
you should not be alone.
Tuesday
2am, 3am, 11pm,
Wednesday
12am, 1am, 2am, 3am, 11pm
Thursday
12am, 1am, 3am, 4am, 6am
11pm,
Friday
12am, 3am, 6am
Saturday
3am, 4am, 6am
If interested, please call one of
the team leaders.
•anger
•anxiety
•bad habits
•co-dependency
•Depression
•fear
•hopelessness
•hung up with problems in
your life?
•hurts
•can’t deal with loneliness
We at your home parish,
St. Rose of Lima, offer
you...
FREEDOM IN
OUR LIVES, a Faithbased Beatitudes program to help you realize
how to let God’s healing power into your life. We meet the 2nd & 4th Fridays of
each month, in room 11 of St. Rose of Lima School. We gather at 6:30pm for dinner,
and the meeting begins at 7:00pm. Please join us, bring your friends and relatives
and gain a new perspective in your life.
“My grace is sufficient for you…”
We are a Christ-centered,
self-help program.
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rd
We meet the 1 & 3 Friday of the month in Room 11 of the school
from 7:00-9:00pm.
Contact: Jean Jenners
(JosephM34 @sbcglobal.net), call 526-1732 or: www.StRoseSV.com, click on Ministries to
find Divorced Separated Widowed.
Surf’s Up at St. Rose!
Mr. John Sanders, school principal and surfing enthusiast,
has brought surfing to St. Rose! The surf program is anchored by a
Science of Surfing elective class, open to students in grades 6-8,
which meets on
Fridays. Students in grades 6-8 can also be
members of the school’s Surf Team, which competes in the Middle
School Division of the Scholastic Surf Series against schools from
Los Angeles to Santa Barbara. Also, the school developed a Surfing Club, which is open to all ages (parents, too!) and meets on
weekends at various beaches. Members gain ocean knowledge,
develop skills, and most importantly, share fellowship. You do not
need to know how to surf to join the team or club; novices are encouraged to participate.
“Kids learn what a huge difference there is between what
they think they can achieve and what they actually can achieve,”
Sanders says. “They face the moment-by-moment challenges that
the ocean, weather conditions, and other surfers can bring. In surfing, as in life, you have to ‘take a few on the head’ to catch that
wave, but when you do, it’s pure magic!”
On Saturday December
12 from 8:00 AM to
Noon the Knights of Columbus will be hosting
their quarterly blood drive in the parking lot of the parish hall. Our local
blood bank United Blood Services will
have bloodmobiles in the North parking
lot for your convenience at this critical
time of year.
Please help give the gift of life by calling Paul Friedeborn at 805-297-6473,
UBS at 805-654-1600, or contact UBS
online.
Catholic Young
Adults
Apologetics
December—7PM at
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Join us as we discuss
how to defend the faith
and how to live it!
Faith & Reason
The Summit: Jr. High
An evening focused on youth in
Jr. High, grades 6th-8th. The
evenings will be the 2nd and 4th
Thursday of every month.
~1 Peter 3:15
World Youth Day 2016
Join SubRosa at World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow
Poland. Please contact us for more information!
Life Nights
SubRosa Team St. Rose of Lima (SRL)
Dec. 6th— The Pur suit of Happiness
1325 Royal Avenue, Simi
Valley, CA 93065
phone: 805-526-8181
email: [email protected]
Facebook/Twitter:
SubRosa Catholic Young
Adults
Dec. 20th—Christmas Party
Instagram: subrosacatholicya
XLT (All Confirmation)
Sunday, December 13th
All Confirmation students are required to come to the
XLT featuring speaker Chris Mueller, adoration and our
XLT band. Everyone is invited!
FOUNDATIONS IN LITURGY
12/13/15 - T2 Candidates – 3:30 pm Peer
Mentoring in the
Par ish Hall
followed by Mass and XLT in the Church,
dinner provided
12/13/15 - T1 Candidates – XLT in the
Church
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
12/19/15 All Candidates - Service
Opportunity Volunteer to assist with the
Serving Those in Need Toy Drive
Volunteer as a Catechist Aide for one of
our faith formation classes. This qualifies as
a year-long service project and satisfies your
service requirement for the entire year.
Remember, all Confir mation Candidates
are invited to join Youth Ministry for Sunday
Life Nights, Catholic Say What, XLT, and all
other YM events
Continue to check the bulletin, the Parish
website, or visit us on Facebook (St Rose of
Lima Faith Formation) for information.
The conflicts of the early Christians in
Corinth are in many ways similar to
our struggles today as Christians. They,
too, witnessed division, scandal,
immorality, persecution and other
trials. In response, St. Paul taught the
Corinthians about the Church as the
Body of Christ, introducing them to the most powerful
gift of all: the Eucharist. Join us for the Bible study of
First Corinthians at St. Rose of Lima School in room 8
at 7:00pm and continuing every Thursday. For more
information or to register for the study, please contact Dr.
Neil Fanning, DDS, facilitator, at: [email protected]
Come hear Fr. Bill’s Dynamic and
exciting presentation of the origins
and biblical foundations of the
Sacraments, God’s gifts to bestow his grace on us in a
profound way.
The Liturgical Year Class Tuesday December 8
The Liturgical Year Class Saturday December 12
Attendance at the prior sessions is not necessary
to be able to fully understand and or participate in
this class. We look forward to seeing you at either
the Tuesday or Saturday session. Questions?
Please contact Annette Cecil at 584-3533.
Why are some RCIA participants dismissed in
the middle of the Mass?
This Sunday, at one of the morning Masses, those
adults and children preparing to be baptized into
the Catholic Church, and those preparing for full
communion will be dismissed at the end of the
Liturgy of the Word. This will continue each
Sunday until Easter when, at the Easter Vigil,
those who are ready will join us at the Table of the
Eucharist for the first time. The parish is not
sending them out because they are somehow
“unworthy” to stay for the Liturgy of the
Eucharist. Though they cannot yet come to the
table of the Eucharist, Mother Church still has an
obligation to feed those who have entered into a
relationship with her through the Rite of
Acceptance and Welcoming which was celebrated
recently. God’s Word is their only food during
this period. Instead, the participants depart from
the Mass with one or more RCIA team members,
to discuss the Mass readings for that Sunday and
to experience more fully the impact of the
Scriptures in their lives. This time is known as
“Reflection on the Word.”
“A ll Scripture is inspired by God and profitable
for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for
training in righteousness, that the one who
belongs to God may be complete, equipped for
every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
RESPECT LIFE
raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a Sacrament between the baptized.”
News from the Italian Catholic Federation - - - - - It’s an ICF Pot Luck Christmas Party!
The St. Gianna Branch of the Italian Catholic Federation is hosting a Christmas Pot Luck on Friday, December 11th, at 7PM, in
the St Rose of Lima Parish Hall. All are welcome!
We are asking for a donation of $7.00 for adults, $3.00 for children 7 and older; children 6 & under are free. Bring your favorite Christmas dish and come, join the music, fun and festivities.
Contact Ritamarie Downey – 805-579-8970 or Chris Fabry –
805-583-0806 by December 9th to RSVP.
Our First ICF Sunday Breakfast
On Sunday, December 13th after the 7:00AM and 9:00AM
Masses, ICF will be sponsoring their first Sunday Breakfast!
All Parishioners and friends are invited.
The cost is $7.00 for adults, $3.00 for children 7 and older; children 6 and under are free.
Come and see what’s cooking. Join us for a great breakfast and
a chance to make new friends and visit with those you know!!!
For questions call: Ritamarie Downey – 805-579-8970 or
Chris Fabry – 805-583-0806.
HAPPY WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY!
partnership of the whole of life and which is ordered by its nature to the good of the
HOMELESS SHELTER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Our Mother Teresa Christian Service helps the homeless
OneLifeLA, Jan 23, 2016
of Simi Valley in a special way during the winter months
OneLifeLA is a walk and community event in downtown
from November through March. It represents our CathoLos Angeles celebrating the beauty and dignity of all hulic community in an ecumenical effort called
man life from conception to natural death. We will be arP.A.D.S. (Public Action to Deliver Shelter). This proranging for bus transportation so reserve the date!
gram provides shelter every night of the week, in a differFor more information, call Joe Ferrall 805-428-1894 or
ent church or hall, during the five harshest months of
visitwww.onelifeLA.org
winter. St. Rose supplies night monitors every other
Saturday
night. The night monitors act as hosts for our
Poinsettia Sale
guests,
providing
a movie, snacks and coffee, etc., during
The Respect Life ministry will be selling
the evening and then breakfast in the morning before the
beautiful poinsettia plants on Sat. December 5
guests
leave. The volunteers stay overnight from 7:30 pm
and Sun. December 6. Each poinsettia is
until
7:30 am the next morning. Adult volunteers are
#10 or a box of six for $55. The proceeds will
greatly
needed for this. If you can help or have any quesgo to the Life Centers of Ventura County. Your support
tions,
please
call Dave Burciaga, the St. Rose coordinator,
provides free pregnancy tests, life-saving ultrasounds, a
at (805) 795-6974. Thank you.
helpline, baby and maternity needs, referrals and
educational materials. Life Centers of Ventura County is a
licensed
medical
clinic.
Learn
more
at
www.vclifecenters.com.You can also place an order and
pay online via our website. Questions? Call 805 486-2721.
Marie Callender’s Pies
Boy Scout Troop 605 and Venture Crew 9605 will be selling Marie Callender’s Christmas pies after masses. Order your
pies through the scouts and save the drive to Camarillo or Chatsworth to order your favorite pies. If you live in the Simi
Valley/Moorpark areas, deliveries are available for a small fee. Following are the dates the troop/crew will be on the
patio:
Sundays:
December 6th, 13th and 20th from 6:15am-12:15pm & 4:45-6:15pm
Saturday:
December 19th from 4:45-6:15pm
Pies pick up dates:
Tuesday, December 22nd from 1-8pm and Wednesday, December 23rd from 8am-1pm
If you miss the group when they are on the patio, please stop by the rectory for an order form or to drop off your order.
Also, please bring us your used pie tins. If you have any questions please call: Kathi Quinn at 791-3377
Calendario de actividades
Calendario de actividades
LUNES
JUEVES
Clase de Biblia
7:00pm a 9:00pm
Salón # 8
Neuróticos Anónimos
7:00pm a 9:00pm
Salón # 4
Alanon
7:00pm a 9:00pm
Salón # 5
Nuevo Grupo de Hombres
7:00pm a 9:00pm Salón # 13
Coordinado por el Deacono
Louis Fernandez
Plaza Comunitaria
7:00pm a 9:00pm
Salón # 12
VIERNES
Grupo de Oración
7:00pm a 9:00pm en la iglesia
Grupo de Matrimonios
7:00pm a 9:00pm
Salon #5
Neuroticos Anonimos
7:00pm a 9:00pm
Salon #4
MARTES
Rito de Iniciación para Adultos RICA
7:00pm a 9:00pm Salón # 9
Neuróticos Anónimos
7:00pm a 9:00pm Salón # 4
PRIMER VIERNES DEL MES
Adoracion Nocturna
9:30pm Salon de Flores dentro de la iglesia.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
En 1726, Juan de la Cruz (1542-1591) fue canonizado por
el Papa Benito XIII. Nació en la región de Castilla en España,
este doctor de la Iglesia junto con Teresa de Ávila fue reformador de la Orden Carmelita. Muchas órdenes religiosas del siglo
XV sufrieron grandes decadencias. Por eso mientras los Protestantes se separaban de la Iglesia, los religiosos descalzos, recoletos y observantes buscaban reformar órdenes religiosas, como
la Orden de la Bienaventurada Virgen María del Monte Carmelo, uniéndose siempre más a la Iglesia Romana.
Para los reformadores católicos quedarse en la Iglesia no
fue fácil, ¡sin embargo se quedaron! Aunque sus reformas fueron apoyadas por los Papas, muchos de ellos como Juan de la
Cruz tuvieron que aguantar muchas oposiciones y persecuciones para lograr sus reformas. Estas reformas ardían con el deseo
de amar bien a Cristo Jesús y a su cuerpo que es la Iglesia.
En sus poesías, Juan de la Cruz muestra la fuerza de esta
llama de amor vivo a pesar de la oscuridad de la noche que no
lo deja encontrar al amante (Dios).
Lecturas de la Semana
Lunes:
Is 35:1-10; Sal 85 (84):9-14; Lc 5:17-26
Viernes:
Is 48:17-19; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Mt 11:16-19
Martes:
Gén 3:9-15, 20; Sal 98 (97):1-4;
Sábado:
Zac 2:14-17 o Ap 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab;
Ef 1:3-6, 11-12; Lc 1:26-38
Miércoles: Is 40:25-31; Sal 103 (102):1-4, 8, 10;
Mt 11:28-30
Jueves:
Is 41:13-20; Sal 145:1, 9-13ab; Mt 11:11-15
Jdt 13:18bcde, 19; Lc 1:26-38 o Lc 1:39-47,
o cualquier lectura del Común de la
Santísima María Virgen
Domingo: Sof 3:14-18a; Is 12:2-3, 4, 5-6;
Fil 4:4-7; Lc 3:10-18
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