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  • CHURCH

    SCHOOL

    CEMETERY www.allsoulssanford.org

    407.322.3795

    407.322.1131 FAX

    Church Location

    3280 W. 1st St. (SR #46)

    Saturday 5:00pm Vigil Mass

    Sunday 9:30am

    11:00am

    12:30pm

    (Spanish)

    Historic Chapel Location

    800 S. Oak Avenue

    Daily Mass 8:30am,

    Monday—Saturday

    Sunday 8:00am,

    2:00pm (Latin Mass)

    Parish Office

    301 W. 8th Street

    Hours: M-F, 8am to 4:30pm

    office@allsoulssanford.org

    The Sacrament of Reconciliation: Confessions are heard each week on Saturday at the Church (SR #46) from 3:45pm to 4:45pm or by calling

    the parish office to make an appointment with a priest. Learn more about this beautiful sacrament here: http://www.allsoulssanford.org/reconciliation

    The Sacrament of Baptism: Call the parish office to learn the necessary requirements and make an appointment with Fr. Kenneth Metz to have your

    child baptized. Ask us about the requirements for Godparents.

    The Sacrament of Marriage: Getting mar r ied? Congratulations! The process of being marr ied in the Catholic Church could take 6 months to

    a year to complete. Please contact Ann Cammarata at the parish office as soon as possible after your engagement if you would like to be married at All

    Souls Catholic Church.

    Anointing of the Sick: Please call the parish office. The Rite of Anointing tells us there is no need to wait until a person is at the point of death to

    receive the Sacrament. Did you know that the Sacrament may be repeated if the person becomes sick again? A person should be anointed before

    surgery when a dangerous illness is the reason for the intervention.

    Eucharistic Ministry to the Sick and Homebound: If you are unable to attend Mass, please call the par ish office so we may assist you in having

    a visit from one of our ministers or one of our priests.

    Catholic Funeral and Burial: Please call the par ish office or have the funeral home director contact us to ar r ange the Funeral Mass and for

    more information about burial at All Souls Catholic Cemetery.

    Our Online Homilies: If you missed Mass over the weekend you may view the weekly homily by visiting: www.allsoulssanford.org

    Like Us on Facebook! Flocknote: text Allsouls to 84576 Twitter @AllSoulsSanford

    CLERGY OF THE

    PARISH Fr. Gilbert Medina, Pastor

    Fr. Ed McCarthy, Retired

    Fr. Kenneth Metz, Retired

    Fr. Andrzej Jurkiewicz,

    Latin Mass

    Fr. Mark Christopher,

    Retired

    Rev. Mr. Marty Mueller,

    Deacon

    November 22, 2015

    The Sacraments

    All Souls Catholic Church, Sanford, FL THANKSGIVING

    DAY

    MASS Please join us for our special

    Mass at 9:00 am at the

    Church on SR#46 on

    Thanksgiving Day, Thursday,

    November 26, as we thank

    God for His abundant

    blessings.

    You are invited to bring to

    Mass the bread which will be

    shared at your table later in

    the day as family and friends

    gather. We will bless the

    breads as a prayer of blessing

    for our families. Please come

    and join us for this wonderful

    day of Thanksgiving!

    Please Note: There will be no

    8:30am daily Mass at the

    Chapel on this day only!

    REMEMBER

    MASS TIMES AT

    THE CHURCH ON

    SR#46

    CHANGE NEXT

    SUNDAY!!

    9:30am

    11:00am

    12:30pm

    (Spanish Mass)

  • November 22, 2015 All Souls Catholic Church 2

    "Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice." Once they

    wear the crown, earthly kings don't have to win the allegiance of their subjects; if you live in the kingdom, you're part of the kingdom and are under the authority of the king. But things are different with Jesus. As the Lord told Pilate, "my kingdom does not belong to this world." His subjects are not given by default. His kingdom is not established in a particular place or even in a particular time. Rather, the realm of the King of the universe encompasses all the other kingdoms of the world. And everyone, regardless of any earthly allegiance, is invited to be the privileged subject of this King. The key to entering this kingdom, as Jesus says, is to listen to his voice. Heeding the voice--the teachings, the guidance, the commandments--of Jesus enables us to belong to this kingdom that is founded upon truth. Jesus defines his authority in these terms: "For this I was born and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth." As Christians, we profess to follow the King of kings. Therefore, as members of his royal realm, we too should be about the business of testifying to the truth. Of course there are many ways to defend the truth in our modern age. Upholding the dignity of life and protecting religious liberty are two examples of the pressing issues of our day. But even more fundamental is the basic claim we make: that Jesus is in fact God- made-man and that, through his death and resurrection, he has saved us from our sins. This Gospel message, both simple and profound, is a truth that never grows old. Let us boldly profess the truth of the Gospel as we invite all those we encounter to join in the joy of the kingdom of Jesus. LPI, Inc.

    This Thanksgiving, may all our homes be blessed with an abundance of

    joy, peace, and love from above, and may the warmth of these gifts open all our hearts to the hungry, the homeless, and the poor so that they too may delight in these blessings. Meetings 1st (Social) and 3rd (Business) Tuesdays 7pm, 2504 S Oak Ave, Sanford. kofc5357.org

    October 28, 2015 My Dear Parishioners,

    As All Souls Catholic Church continues to grow in spirit and in relationship with each other and with Jesus Christ; we also continue to strive to be a more welcoming faith community which offers a beautiful worship experience for everyone – especially on Sundays.

    Beginning the weekend of the First Sunday of Advent (November 28th and 29th) our new Mass times will be as follows: Church: Chapel Saturday Vigil Mass 5:00pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 9:30am, 11am, 12:30 (Spanish) Latin Mass Sunday 2:00pm

    The changes in our Mass times are made to enable Father Ed McCarthy, Father Ken Metz and myself to better serve the needs of the entire community and ensure we are seen in rotation at all of our weekend Masses at both the Historic Chapel and the Church.

    Our Christmas Mass schedule and Holy Day Mass times will remain the same. For those of you who may be concerned about reserved Sunday Mass intentions for the remainder of 2015 and in 2016 at our former Mass times, be assured your intentions will be remain on our Mass calendar and will be moved as follows: 8:30am (Spanish) intentions will be moved to the 12:30 (Spanish) 10:00am Mass intentions will be moved to the 9:30am Mass. 11:30am Mass intentions will be moved to the 11:00am Mass.

    I acknowledge that change can be a challenge for some, but I am confident that the end result will be one of spiritual growth and renewal that will bear much fruit!

    I thank you in advance for your understanding. I hope and pray that these changes help all of us grow stronger as a community of faithful believers in Jesus Christ.

    In His Service,

    Father Gilbert Medina, Pastor

    octubre 28,2015 Hermanos y Hermanas, La Iglesia Católica All Souls continúa creciendo en espíritu y relación con cada uno y con Jesucristo; nosotros continuamos esforzándonos para ser una comunidad más acogedora en la fé ofreciendo experiencia bellas para todos en el culto–especialmente los domingos Comenzando el fin de semana del Primer Domingo de Adviento (noviembre 28 y 29) nuestro horario de misas serán como continúa: Iglesia (SR#46) Capilla Histórica Sábado Misa de Vigilia 5:00pm Domingo 8:00am Domingo 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30am (en español) Domingo (Latin) 2:00pm Los cambios en el horario de las Misas son para permitir al Padre Ed McCarthy, Padre Ken Metz y a mi mismo mejorar las necesidades de toda la comunidad y asegurar que seamos vistos en la rotación de todas las misas dominicales tanto en la Iglesia como en la Capilla Histórica. El horario de las Misas Navideñas y días Santos permanecerán igual. Para todos ustedes que les concierne las intenciones de las misas de 2015 y 2016 estas permanecerán en nuestro calendario de Misas y se reubicarán como sigue: Las intenciones de la misa dominical de 8:30 am en Espa ñol, serán reubicadas a la misa de 12:30 am Las intenciones de la misa dominical de 10:00am en Inglés, serán reubicadas a la misa de 9:30 am Las intenciones de la misa dominical de 11:30am en Inglés, serán reubicadas a la misa de 11:00am Reconozco que los cambios pueden ser un reto para algunos, pero tengo la confianza que al final el resultado será un crecimiento espiritual y renovador que va dar mucho fruto! Yo les doy las gracias de antemano por toda su comprensión. Espero y rezo que estos cambios nos ayuden a crecer más fuerte como comunidad de fieles creyentes en Jesucristo.

    En su servicio,

    Padre Gilbert Medina, Pastor

    An important message from Fr. Medina... Un mensaje del Padre Medina

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