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    259 WEST 200 NORTH, ST. GEORGE, UTAH 84770—WWW.SAINTGEORGECATHOLICS.COM

    June 9, 2019 / Pentecost Sunday

    Saint George CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Oscar Martin Picos, Pastor

    Rev. Sébastien Sasa Nganomo Babisayone, Parochial Vicar

    MASS SCHEDULE Weekends Saturday....5:00 pm; (7:00 pm, Spanish) Sunday .....9:00 am, 11:00 am; ( 1:00 pm, Spanish)

    Weekdays Monday - Friday 8:00 am Thursday ............ 7:00 pm (Spanish) First Saturday .... 8:00 am Holy Day of Obligation Masses 8:00 am, 6:00 pm, 8:00 pm Confession Saturday ............ 3:30 - 4:45 pm Sunday………… ... 7:30 - 8:30 am Or by appointment Baptism Preparation

    English: Call 925-989-0510 to register Spanish: 1st & 2nd Sat., 2:00 pm (Scanlan) Baptism English: 4th Saturday at 9:00 am Spanish: 3rd Saturday at 9:00 am Marriage Preparation English: Contact the Parish Office Spanish: Contact a Deacon Anointing of the Sick First Friday during 8:00 am Mass

    Call Parish Office for home/hospital

    anointing

    Eucharistic Adoration Tuesday - Friday......9:00 am - 7:00 pm

    Last Friday of the Month, 9:00 am to

    Saturday 6:00 am

    Mission Churches Mass Schedule Saint Paul’s - Hurricane (171 S. Main) Mass........Every Sunday at 12:30 pm San Pablo Mission - Beryl Junction (721 S. Highway 18) Mass........Every Saturday at 6:00 pm Saint Christopher’s - Kanab (39 West 200 South) Mass...............Sunday at 9:00 am Zion Park - Springdale (Canyon Community Center, 126 Lion Blvd.) SCAP………….....Sundays at 8:00 am Palm Sunday through September 30 Church Office 157 North 200 West P.O. Box 188, St. George, UT 84771 Ph:435-673-2604 Email: office@sgcatholics.com Office Hours Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Closed from 12 noon - 1:00 pm daily

    Saint George Catholic Church

    Religious Education

    ****************

    Diocese of Salt Lake City

    and

    Congar Institute, San Antonio, Texas

    to offer

    CCD TEACHER CERTIFICATION

    WHAT: 8-Month Certification program for current and new

    CCD teachers

    WHEN: Saturdays 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (Lunch will be provided)

    WHERE: Kuzy Hall (location will move during renovation)

    COST: 2-year commitment from each teacher - 2019-2021

    REGISTER: Email Mariana Lawrentz at mlawrentz@sgcatholics.com

    Call Mariana Lawrentz at Parish Office (435) 673-2604

    Call or Text Mariana Lawrentz at (720) 227-8319

    WHO SHOULD REGISTER: Current teachers returning for 2019-2020

    school year and those who wish to become certified CCD teachers

    beginning with the 2019-2020 school year

    Diocesan Safe Environment certification must be completed and

    received prior to June 15.

    This educational opportunity conforms with the Diocesan Pastoral Plan

    2018-2023 and is being established in conjunction with the Washington

    County School District academic calendar year which includes designated

    school breaks and holidays.

    2019

    June 15

    July 27

    August 31

    September 28

    October 26

    November 16

    2020

    March 14

    April 18

    mailto:mlawrentz@sgcatholics.com

  • STEWARDSHIP / CORRESPONSABILIDAD Gratitude in Action: Our Way of Life / Gratitud en Acción: Nuestra forma de Vida

    Come Holy Spirit, Come!

    What a simple, yet powerful prayer. Through the workings

    of the Spirit, we come to encounter Jesus, to know Him,

    love Him and serve Him. The Spirit strengthens and

    supports this encounter so we may continue to grow in our

    relationship with, and love of, Jesus.

    In Confirmation, the Holy Spirit completes the grace of

    Baptism by a special outpouring of gifts. These gifts

    confirm the baptized in union with Christ. Thus, we are

    equipped for encounter with Christ and active

    participation in the life of the Church. These special gifts

    are wisdom, understanding, knowledge, counsel, piety,

    fortitude, and fear of the Lord. (Catechism of the Catholic

    Church, Second Edition)

    Saint Luke, through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit,

    composed two books of THE NEW TESTAMENT, The

    Gospel According to Luke and The Acts of the Apostles,

    which is sometimes called “The Gospel of the Holy

    Spirit”.

    In a colloquy between the Holy Spirit and a Follower of

    the Spirit, the Spirit says:

    “I have never spoken through a voice heard by human

    ears, nor have I ever been seen with human eyes. . . . I

    testify by a Light unseen by human eyes, by an inspiration

    that is unheard and cannot be imagined by men upon

    earth. . . . Faith is a gift of God.”1

    Father Gary Caster, in his book Inspired: The Powerful

    Presence of the Holy Spirit, tells of an invitation he

    received to address a Confirmation class during one of the

    nights while he was conducting a parish mission in Dallas,

    Texas. The class admitted to little interest in being there

    that evening. After an invitation from Father Caster to the

    class, which was somewhat discomforting to the DRE and

    the religion teacher, he instructed the class when they left

    that evening to ask their parents, grandparents, even their

    pastor, DRE or religion teacher:“What difference does

    Jesus make in your life?”

    The reason for Father Caster’s question? “If the people

    responsible for teaching the faith can’t explain the

    difference faith makes, then faith makes no difference.”

    Note: Success! Father Caster was invited back to celebrate

    the students’ special day.

    What difference DOES Jesus make in YOUR life?

    1Following the Holy Spirit by Rev. Walter Van De Putte,

    C.S.SP.

    ⁓Carole Drake

    Pastoral Assistant and Community Outreach

    ¡Ven Espíritu Santo, ven!

    Qué oración tan simple pero poderosa. A través de las obras

    del Espíritu, nos encontramos con Jesús, lo conocemos, lo

    amamos y lo servimos. El Espíritu fortalece y apoya este

    encuentro para que podamos continuar creciendo en nuestra

    relación y amor con Jesús.

    En la Confirmación, el Espíritu Santo completa la gracia

    del Bautismo con un derramamiento especial de dones.

    Estos dones confirman a los bautizados en unión con

    Cristo. Por lo tanto, estamos equipados para el encuentro

    con Cristo y la participación activa en la vida de la

    Iglesia. Estos dones especiales son la sabiduría, la

    comprensión, el conocimiento, el consejo, la piedad, la

    fortaleza y el temor del Señor. (Catecismo de la Iglesia

    Católica, Segunda Edición)

    San Lucas, a través de la inspiración del Espíritu Santo,

    compuso dos libros de EL NUEVO TESTAMENTO, El

    Evangelio según Lucas y Los Hechos de los Apóstoles,

    que a veces se llama "El Evangelio del Espíritu Santo".

    En un coloquio entre el Espíritu Santo y un seguidor del

    Espíritu, el Espíritu dice:

    “Nunca he hablado a través de una voz que escuchan

    los oídos humanos, ni nunca he sido vista con ojos

    humanos. . . . Testifico con una Luz invisible para los

    ojos humanos, con una inspiración que no se escucha y

    que los hombres no pueden imaginar en la tierra. . . .

    La fe es un don de Dios”.1

    El Padre Gary Caster, en su libro Inspirado: La

    poderosa presencia del Espíritu Santo, habla de una

    invitación que recibió para asistir a una clase de

    confirmación durante una de las noches mientras

    conducía una misión parroquial en Dallas, Texas. La

    clase admitió tener poco interés en estar allí esa noche.

    Después de una invitación del padre Caster a la clase,

    que fue un tanto incómodo para el DRE y el maestro de

    religión, él le dio instrucciones a la clase cuando salieron

    esa noche para preguntar a sus padres, abuelos, incluso a

    su pastor, al DRE o al maestro de religión:“¿Qué

    diferencia hay? ¿Jesús hace en tu vida?”

    El motivo de la pregunta del Padre Caster? "Si las

    personas responsables de enseñar la fe no pueden

    explicar la diferencia que hace la fe, entonces la fe no

    hace ninguna diferencia".

    Nota: ¡Éxito! El Padre Caster fue invitado de nuevo a

    celebrar el día especial de los estudiantes.

    ¿Qué diferencia HACE Jesús en tu vida?

  • Pastor’s Message by Father Oscar Martin Picos

    How does the Holy Spirit affect my life?

    This is a very important question for

    everyone, but especially for those who join

    the faith and those who falter in it.

    God does not disregard His own creation. He

    has not abandoned humanity. He acts

    through His Spirit to strengthen the life of every Christian

    and every human being who is open to His grace.

     The Holy Spirit makes me find love with God and the love of God every day.

     The Holy Spirit orders my life from love, giving new meaning to my desires