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Leo Ramos
Rocío González Receptionist/Secretary
Luis Caldera Youth Ministry Support
Loretta Martinez Bulletin/Web Editor
Sonia Higgins - Finance Council President Denice Haley - Altar Society President
Adult Faith Formation Lisa Alvarez - Children’s Faith Formation Steve and Alejandra Miller - Impacting Teens Lola Wooten - Saint Luke’s Ministry
Music Ministry Yolanda Hernandez - 5:00 pm Saturday Mass
8:00 am Sunday Mass Pat Carathers & Alvin Garcia– 11:00 am
Sunday Mass
Miechele Ronquillo School Board President Josie Herrera Parent Teachers Organization President
Gail Saiz St. Joseph Day Care Center Director
Office Hours Monday—Thursday 8:30am—3:30pm
Friday 8:30 am-12:00 noon Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation ( Confession ) Saturday 3:40 PM - 4:30 PM
or by appointment
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Saturday 5:00PM Sunday 8:00 & 11:00 AM-English
Spanish Mass 1:00 PM Sudanese Mass 6:00 PM No Mass on Monday
Tuesday 12:15 PM (During Lent) Wed. 8:15 AM & 6:30 PM, Thurs. & Fri. 8:15 AM
Adoration Chapel
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Monday 8:00 a.m. — 10:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 5:00 a.m. — 10:00 p.m.
Saturday 5:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m.
St. Joseph Parish Mission Statement
WELCOMING ALL AND FORMING DISCIPLES We are a family united in our catholic Faith
That welcomes all God’s children
Forming disciples by Continuing
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
806-355-5621 (Office) / 806-355-5622 (Fax) Email: [email protected] Website: stjosephamarillo.com Diocesan website: amarillodiocese.org BULLETIN DEADLINE: Monday at noon
CAMPUS OFFICES Saint Joseph Elementary School 806-359-1604
Saint Joseph Day Care Center 806-353-7043 Holy Cross Catholic Academy 806-355-9637
Children’s Faith Formation (K-5) and Youth Faith Formation (6-12) Wednesdays: 7:00 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Saint Joseph School Classrooms
Sacrament of Baptism
ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL NEWS
St. Joseph School is now having open registration for the school year 2015-
2016, please call the school for information.
SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER
It is that time of the year again to call on new members for the St. Joseph
School Advisory Board. If you are interested in fulfilling the call to help shape
the young minds of our children, please take some time to visit with a school
board member in the gathering area after Mass. They will also be providing
information of what being a board member entails and would be glad to answer
any questions you might have. For more information please contact Miechele
Ronquillo-Advisory Board President 806-316-6418 or Angi Seidenberger-
Principal 806-359-1604.
COLLECTION FOR THE CHURCH IN CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE
Thank you for your generous contributions to the Collection for the Church in
Central and Eastern Europe. Your gift is an expressions of solidarity with the
suffering people of this región. Through joining in the work of this collection,
you are helping to restore the Church and build the future. Please visit
www.usccb.org (search “Church in Central and Eastern Europe”) to learn
more about what your donations have accomplished.
CRS RICE BOWL
Join our parish community-and more thata 13,000 Catholic communities across
the United States-in a life-changing Lenten journey with CRS Rice Bowl. Pick
up your family’s rice bowl from and don’t forget to download the CRS Rice
Bowl app! Remember, your Lenten sacrifices change lives. Our journey with
CRS Rice Bowl begins in Tanzania, where a simple soybean is changing lives!
What actions can you take this Lent to change lives-at home and around the
world?
CELEBRATE THE SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Every Tuesday during Lent the Priests of the Central Deanery will
be hearing confessions in a designated Church from 7:00 pm – 9:00
pm. We will begin at St. Joseph’s that will be hosting confessions
without a Penance Service on Tuesday the 24th of February. March 3rd at St.
Hyacinth’s; March 10th at St. Thomas; March 17th at Blessed Sacrament and
March 24th at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. There will also be a Deanery-
Wide/Citywide Penance Service on Thursday, March 26th at St. Mary’s
Cathedral, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
ST. JOSEPH FESTIVAL
It is festival time again! The Festival committee has begun planning the ST.
Joseph Festival! This year the festival will be a one day event which will be
held on Sunday April the 26th from 11 am to 7 pm. Please save the date! There
are many ways that each of us can help to make this event a great success. If
you would like to participate by BECOMING a committee member, please feel
free to join us in a committee meeting on Tuesday, February 24th at 7 pm in the
church office. If you and your family or group of families would like to
provide a food booth please contact Lisa Alvarez at 806-382-0311. If you and
your family or a group of families would like to provide an activity booth,
please contact Sonia Higgins at 806-670-6431. We are also searching for live
entertainment for the day of the event. If you or someone you know would be
interested in providing live entertainment at the festival, please contact Sonia
Higgins (806-670-6431).
HISPANIC MINISTRY
The Hispanic Ministry will be selling burritos on Sunday, March 1st after the
8:00 am, 11:00 am and 1:00 pm Masses. All proceeds will be used to purchase
a new floor mat for the gathering area.
Welcome to St. Joseph Catholic Church!
4122 S. Bonham St.
came to Galilee proclaiming the
gospel of God: “This is the time of
fulfillment. The kingdom of God is
at hand. Repent, and believe in the
gospel.” - Mk 1:14-15
days." Lent is meant to be like our journey
into the desert. Just as Jesus spent these
days fighting with temptation and
ultimately building up his spiritual
strength, we too are called to spend the
next forty days doing battle with the things
that tempt us. We are invited during this holy season to grow in
self-discipline by giving something up for Lent. The long-
standing Christian practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving
are also important elements of this spiritual battle. When we
pray, we open ourselves to the Holy Spirit, thereby squeezing
out any spirit of selfishness or evil that threatens to control our
hearts. When we fast, we exercise the virtue of temperance, or
self-control. This virtue is of tremendous value when we are
tempted to indulge our bodily senses in ways that are not healthy
or holy. And almsgiving--when it is truly generous--also
strengthens us spiritually by shifting our gaze to the needs of
others, even to the point of making a personal sacrifice. Today's
Gospel tells us that Jesus "was among wild beasts, and the
angels ministered to him." What a contrast! The brutal, vicious,
bloodthirsty beasts and the pristine, heavenly angels were both
there at the same time: each with radically different intentions.
And so it is with us. Our reality is also marked by the contrast
between the brutality and vice of sin and the grace and goodness
of faith. During Lent, we acknowledge the battle between good
and evil within our own souls and do what we can to stir up a
victory for goodness. This season of purification can help each
of us to become a better, holier, and therefore happier person.
May we make good use of this, our journey into the desert.
LENTEN REGULATIONS
fasting and abstinence for Catholics. In addition, Fridays
during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence. FASTING: One full meal. Two smaller meals may also be taken,
but not to equal a full meal from age 18 until age 59.
ABSTINENCE: No meat on Ash Wednesday and all Fridays of
Lent for everyone 14 years of age or older.
NOTICIAS DE LA PARROQUIA
NOTICIAS DE LA ESCUELA DE SAN JOSÉ Las inscripciones para el año escolar del 2015-2016 ya empeza-
ron. Los invitamos a que vengan a inscribir a sus hijos y a cono-
cer la escuela.
MIEMBRO DEL CONSEJO ESCOLAR Otra vez es esa época del año en que los invitamos a formar parte del
Consejo Escolar. Si usted está interesado en escuchar el llamado para
ayudar a formar las mentes de nuestros niños, por favor tómese un
tiempo para hablar con algún miembro del consejo escolar después de
la Misa en el área de recepción. Ellos contestarán cualquier pregunta
que usted pueda tener. Para más información favor de comunicarse con
Miechele Ronquillo-Presidente del Consejo Escolar al 806-316-6418 o
con Angi Seidenberger-Directora de la Escuela de San José al 806-359
-1604
Unase a nuestra comunidad parroquial-y más de 13,000 comunidades
cátolicas en los Estados Unidos-en una jornada de Cuaresma que cam-
bia vidas con Plato de Arros de CRS. Tome el plato de arroz de su
familia, y no olvide descargar la aplicación móvil de Plato de Arroz de
CRS! Recuerde, sus sacrificios de Cuaresma cambian vidas. Nuestra
jornada con Plato de Arroz de CRS comienta in Tanzania, ¡donde un
simple frijol de soya está cambiando vidas! ¿Qué accions puede tomar
esta Cuaresma para cambiar vidas-en casa y en todo el mundo?
CELEBREMOS EL SACRAMENTO DE LA RECONCILIACIÓN Todos los martes durante la Cuaresma los Sacerdotes del Decanato-
Central estarán escuchando confesiones en una de las parroquias desig-
nadasde 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm. Empezaremos en San José que tendrá Ser-
vicio de Reconciliación el día martes 24 de febrero de 7:00 pm-9:00
pm. Ven y experimenta el amor sanador de Cristo. Martes por la tarde
de 7-9 PM, 3/3- Iglesia de San Jacinto, 3/10- Iglesia de Santo Tomás,
3/17- Iglesia del Santísimo Sacramento, 3/24- Iglesia de Nuestra Seño-
ra de Guadalupe. Servicio penitencial para todo el decanato y la ciu-
dad, Jueves a las 7:00 PM 3/26- Catedral de Santa María.
FESTIVAL DE SAN JOSÉ El Festival de San José ya se acerca!! El Comité ya empezó a plane-
arlo. Este año el festival se realizara el domingo 26 de abril de 11:00
am-7:00 pm. Hay muchas maneras en las que podemos ayudar a que
nuestro Festival sea todo un éxito. Si usted está interesado en formar
parte del Comité siéntase libre de asistir a la junta del comité que se
realizara el martes 24 de febrero a las 7:00 pm en la oficina de nues-
tra parroquia. Si usted desea tener un puesto de comida comuníquese
con Lisa Alvarez al número (806) 382-0311 o si desea tener un puesto
de actividades comuníquese con Sonia Higgins al (806) 670-6431.
También estamos buscando un tipo de entretenimiento en vivo para ese
día. Si usted sabe de alguien que ofrezca algún entretenimiento en
vivo por favor comuníquese con Sonia Higgins (806) 670-6431
MINISTERIO HISPANO
El domingo 1 de marzo el Ministerio Hispano estará vendiendo burri-
tos después las Misas de 8:00 am, 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Los fondos
recaudados se destinaran para la compra de un tapete para la entrada
principal del Templo. Agradecemos todo el apoyo que nos puedan
brindar!! Please Pray for our Sick Rod Green, Theresa Manno, Sylvia Gleason,
Rosina Newhouse, Charles Handley, Sue Martinez, Howard Birkenfeld, Julian
Biggers, Anthony & John Newhouse, Lydia Castillo, Carl Ault, G.G. League,
Edward Martinez, Bob Gallager, Nina Morganti, Carmen Oviedo, Grisel
Morales, Jose Ortiz , Gary Bellinghausen, Jenny C., Chase Sprigen, Christian
Morales, M.L.Vigil, Margaret Bynumó, Linda King, Cecilia Gleason, Luca
Buga, Willie Faye Huseman, Calista Huber, Carmen Ramos, Sam Quintana,
Patricia Eagle, Mary Rose Edgar, Lola Wooten, Lynell Alison, Dale Hoover,
Danita Vigil, Junior Manibog, Evangelina Madrigal, Evelyn Mulá, Carol Sal-
daña , Carla Wilson, Doris Larson, Tony Peña, Louis Raef, Ezequiel Rodriquez,
Jessica Trujillo, Carolina Ortega, Steven Bellinghausen, April and Colt Jenkins
Readings for the Week of February 22nd, 2015
Lecturas para la Semana del día 22 de Febrero de 2015
Sunday/Domingo: Gn 9:8-15/1 Pt 3:18-22/Mk 1:12-15 8:00 a.m. †Mijo Ilic & Parents by Daughter & Grandchildren
11:00 a.m. Audee Seidenberger “Happy Birthday” by Dad & Mom
1:00 p.m. †Daniel Cruz & Susana Medina by Norma Najeld
6:00 p.m. Sudanese Mass
No Mass
Tuesday/Martes: Is 55:10-11/Mt 6:7-15 12:15 p.m. †Sue Beard by Elaine Clarke Wednesday/Miércoles: Jon 3:1-10/Lk 11:29-32 8:15 a.m. †John S. Hubbs by Michael & Irene Hubbs
6:30 p.m. Mass Thursday/Jueves: Est C:12, 14-16, 23-25/Mt 7:7-12 8:15 a.m. †Bill Croysdale by Kathy & Garry Reed
Friday/Viernes: Ez 18:21-28/Mt 5:20-26 8:15 a.m. Caleb Brumley by Kathy & Garry Reed Saturday/Sábado: Dt 26:16-19/Mt 5:43-48 5:00 p.m. †Marion Keller by Denis & Irene Acker
Next Sunday: Gn 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18/Rom 8:31b-34/Mk 9:2-10
Please Pray for our Soldiers Blase Musick, Jacob Tumbleson, Anthony J. Martello, John Aaron Peña, Chris Romo, Phillip Romo
ADORATION CHAPEL The Lord Needs Your Company!!! Your commitment to fill the following hours (even on a temporary basis) would be greatly appreciated, in order to relieve the few who have kept these hours covered at great sacrifice. Please call the coordinator if you can help with day or night time hours.
Adoration Needs: Monday 12:00 noon & 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday 12:00 noon & 10:00 p.m. Thursday 6:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m.
Friday 7:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. Saturday 2:00 p.m. He seeks your company and love.
Could you not watch one hour with Me? (Mt. 26:40) If you cannot make your hour of Adoration please call: Pam Marsh-Coordinator at 654-4397
REGULACIONES DE CUARESMA
Miércoles de Ceniza y Viernes Santo son días obligatorios de
ayuno y abstinencia para los Católicos AYUNO: Una comida completa diaria es permitida. Dos comidas
pequeñas también se pueden comer, pero las dos juntas no deben
completar una comida completa. Deben de ayunar todas las perso-
nas de los 18 hasta los 59 años de edad.
ABSTINENCIA: No comer carne el Miércoles de Ceniza y duran-
te todos los viernes durante la Cuaresma para todas las personas
desde los 14 años de edad.
February 22nd to 28th, 2015 Del día 22 al día 28 de Febrero, 2015
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. Mass-English
11:00 a.m. Mass-English-Youth Mass
4:00 p.m. Event at OLG
6:00 p.m. Mass-Sudanese
Monday: No Mass
Tuesday: 12:15 p.m. Mass
6:30 p.m. Mass
7:00 p.m. Faith Formation-Adults-Spanish
Thursday: 8:15 a.m. Mass
5:30 p.m. Standards for Excellence Mtg.(SNR)
7:00 p.m. Confirmation Class for Adults
Spanish-(HFR)
7:00 p.m. The Joy of the Gospel- 1713 S. Tyler-Home of Carol Saldaña
Friday: 8:15 a.m. Mass
6:00 p.m. Stations of the Cross-English 7:30 p.m. Vía Crucis (Spanish) Saturday: 9:00 a.m. Altar Society Board Meeting (SNR)
3:40 p.m. Confessions
The Student Council of Holy Cross Catholic Academy chal-
lenged the students, faculty and staff to bring in one ton food dur-
ing Catholic Schools’ Week. To accomplish this, an average of 25
pounds of food per person was needed. At the end of the food
drive, 2464 pounds of food had been collected for an average of
30.8 per person! Way to go Mustangs!
24TH ANNUAL CZECH SAUSAGE DINNER
ST. ANN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, CANYON Sunday, March 1, 2015 from 11:00am to 2:00 pm, Parish Family Cen-
ter 605 38th St. Canyon, Adults $12, Children $6, age 5 and under,
Free. Czech sausage, sauerkraut, bread, parsley potatoes, cole slaw,
Cobbler, and all the trimmings. Drawing, Country Store and Religious
articles.
57TH GERMAN SAUSAGE DINNER ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sunday, March 8th, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Adult Meat tickets are
$13, children’s tickets are $6, and kids six and under eat free. Take
-out meals will also be available for $13. St. Francis Parish Hall,
(10 miles east of Amarillo off Hwy. 60-1 mile east of Tyson)
SAVE THE DATE – RESPECT LIFE BANQUET MARCH 22
Keynote REBECCA DUSSAULT, 2006 Win-
ter Olympics, 2010 World Championship Win-
ter-triathlon , World Class Athlete; Wife &
Mother, come and hear Rebecca share how she
stayed faithful even when the world dared her to
be less than committed. For Tickets or more Info (806)383-
2243 Ext 129 www.prolifeamarillo.org ~ Facebook –
Respect Life Amarillo
WAKE UP THE WORLD!-2015 YEAR OF CONSECRATED LIFE
Wake up the World, is what Pope Francis has asked us to do in the
special Year of Consecrated Life as we celebrate the Lives of reli-
gious sisters, brothers, and priests, and invite others to consider a
religious vocation. “Religious life out to promote growth in the
church by way of attraction. The church must be attractive. Wake
up the world! Be witnesses of a different way of doing things, of
acting, of living!...It is wthis witness that I expect of you. Religious
should be men and women who are able to wake the world up.”
Pope Francis, meeting with the Union of Superiors
February 28th & March 1st, 2015 Altar Servers: 5:00 p.m. Pierce Seidenberger, Audee Seidenberger, Luke Balderaz
8:00 a.m. Ashley Warren, Hunter Warren, Missy Musick
11:00 a.m. Karina Ronquillo, Andre Salinas, Devon Salinas
1:00 p.m. Andres Cárdenas, Isaac Cárdenas, Salvador Casanova
Communion Ministers: 5:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m. José Piña, Adelina Piña, Miguel and Veronica Lora,
Rufino Chinchilla
8:00 a.m. Monica Musick Roger Bernt
11:00 a.m. Pamela Aragon Pat Kennedy
1:00 p.m. Martin Romero E. and M. Gonzalez
G. and S. Lopez
Collection— Colecta 2/14 & 2/15 $7,261.15
Over/Under—Más/Menos $-238.85 Children’s Collection—C. de los niños $192.35
Campus Ministsries $249.00
JANUARY MASS ATTENDANCE AVERAGE
DECEMBER MASS ATTENDANCE AVERAGE
(CHRISTMAS EVE: 5:00 PM-218, MIDNIGHT-251
CHRISTMAS DAY: 11:00AM-130, 1:00 PM-108
NEW YEAR’S EVE: 5:00 PM-103)