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  • Rev. Hector J. Madrigal, Pastor

    Leo Ramos José Castañeda Deacon Deacon

    Lupita Alvarez Monica Musick

    Pastoral Assistant

    Adriana Lupercio Administrative Assistant Secretary/Bulletin Editor

    Sandy Brisley Bookkeeper

    Deacon Leo Ramos

    Director of Sacramental Formation

    Sister Rita Campos Director of Religious Education

    Rheagan Halsey Youth Minister

    Jisela Barrera Web Editor

    David Hernandez

    St. Joseph School Principal

    Gail Saiz St. Joseph Day Care Director

    Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Saturday 5:00PM

    Sunday 8:00 & 11:00 AM-English Spanish Mass 1:00 PM

    Sudanese– Trilingual Mass 6:00 PM No Mass on Monday

    Tuesday 6:30 PM Wed., Thurs. & Fri. — 8:15 AM

    Sacrament of Reconciliation ( Confession ) Saturday 3:40 PM - 4:30 PM or by appointment

    Sacrament of Baptism and Matrimony Contact the Parish Office

    Quinceañeras Contact the Parish Office

    Impacting Teens Third Sunday of the month

    Saint Joseph Catholic Church

    4122 South Bonham Street Amarillo, Texas 79110-1113

    806-355-5621 (Office) / 806-355-5622 (Fax) Email: [email protected]

    Website: stjosephamarillo.com Online Giving: stjosephamarillo.com/give

    Diocesan website: amarillodiocese.org Bulletin Deadline: Thursday at noon

    OFFICE HOURS

    Monday—Thursday 8:30am—3:30pm Friday—8:30am—12:00pm

    Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

    CAMPUS OFFICES St. Joseph Elementary School 806-359-1604

    St. Joseph Day Care Center 806-353-7043 Holy Cross Catholic Academy 806-355-9637

    Children’s Faith Formation (1-5)

    and Youth Faith Formation (6-12) Wednesdays: 7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

    September 9, 2018 Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time

    Vigésimo Tercer Domingo Del Tiempo Ordinario

    WELCOMING ALL AND FORMING DISCIPLES We are a family united in our Catholic Faith

    that welcomes all God’s children forming disciples by continuing Christ’s mission of Love, Service, and Education.

    Then he looked up to heaven and groaned, and said

    to him, "Ephphatha!"-that is, "Be opened!" And imme-

    diately the man's ears were opened, his speech impedi-

    ment was removed, and he spoke plainly. - Mk 7:34-35

  • St. Joseph Church St. Joseph Church CalendarCalendar

    September 8, 2018 Saturday/Sábado: 3:40p.m. 5:00p.m.

    Mi 5:1-4a or Rom 8:28-30/Mt 1:1-16, 18-23 Confession Mass

    †Mary Castellon……………………………………...…….By Family

    September 9, 2018 Sunday/Domingo: 8:00a.m. 8:30a.m. 9:00a.m. 9:00a.m.

    11:00a.m. 1:00p.m.

    6:00p.m.

    Is 35:4-7a/Jas 2:1-5/Mk 7:31-37 Mass– English Bible Study (OLS) RCIA children w/ Lupita (HFR) Enchilada Dinner Sales (Gym) Mass-English Mass- Spanish Mass– Sudanese/Trilingual

    †Mary Castellon……………………………………...…….By Family †Vinko Kalfic…………………………………...…….By Wife & Kids Luis Alejandro Garcia……………..…………………….By Mother

    “Happy Birthday” Parish Intentions

    September 10, 2018 Monday/Lunes:

    1 Cor 5:1-8/Lk 6:6-11 No Mass

    September 11, 2018 Tuesday /Martes: 8:00a.m. 2:00p.m. 6:30p.m. 6:30p.m.

    1 Cor 6:1-11/Lk 6:12-19 Spanish Rosary Lady's (Church) The Marian Movement of Priest (Church) Mass Cub Scout Pack (Gym)

    †Evangelina Madrigal…………...………..….By Carol Saldaña

    September 12, 2018 Wed./Miércoles: 8:15a.m. 9:00a.m. 1:00p.m.

    1 Cor 7:25-31/Lk 6:20-26 Mass Golden Faith Seekers (HFR) Staff Meeting (HFR)

    David Hernandez………………………………......By School Staff Special Intentions

    September 13, 2018 Thursday/Jueves: 8:15a.m.

    1 Cor 8:1b-7, 11-13/Lk 6:27-38 Mass

    September 14, 2018 Friday/Viernes: 8:15a.m.

    Nm 21:4b-9/Phil 2:6-11/Jn 3:13-17 Mass

    September 15, 2018 Saturday/Sábado: 3:40p.m. 5:00p.m.

    1 Cor 10:14-22/Jn 19:25-27 or Lk 2:33-35 Confession Mass

    Tony Peña………………...……………………........By Susie Peña

    September 16, 2018 Next Sunday: Is 50:5-9a/Jas 2:14-18/Mk 8:27-35

    Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time "Jesus ? went by way of Sidon ? into the district of the Decapolis." For most of Jesus' ministry, he remains in Galilee and areas with a predominantly Jewish population. Today, however, we see Jesus traveling through a heavily pagan area. This makes the

    utterance of faith in today's Gospel all the more astounding. "He has done all things well." In this story, a deaf man is brought to Jesus. This man is not without community! Despite communication difficulties due to a speech impediment, his people bring him

    before Jesus. Jesus lays hands upon the man and commands his broken body to change. "'Be opened!' Immediately the man's ears were opened, his speech impediment was removed, and he spoke plainly." The community is stunned. They can't stop telling the story. The more Jesus asks them to settle down, the more they proclaim! The Jewish people expected a Messiah but a Messi-

    ah with very particular qualifications. The Greeks and pagans anticipated no such savior. There were no expectations to meet. They had a special capacity to be complete- ly, utterly surprised. As Catholics, it can be easy to become accustomed to the songs and the prayers, to the routine of religious education drop-offs and Sunday Mass

    attendance. By now, we may have very particular expectations. When was the last time you allowed yourself to be surprised by God? Sometimes we are all like the deaf man in today's Gospel. God wants to speak to us, but we can't hear clearly. In your prayer this week, go before God honestly. Give yourself permission to drop your ex-

    pectations and assumptions. Ask Him to renew your faith to show you how, in your life, "He has done all things well."

  • PARISH NEWS- NOTICIAS DE LA PARROQUIA

    QUÉ ES NUEVO EN LA ESCUELA

    Impresionante es poder enseñar a

    nuestros hijos acerca de los frutos del

    Espíritu Santo. Como nuestro tema para

    este año escolar, las frutas le enseñaran

    a cada niño comprender cómo el Espí-

    ritu Santo habitará sus corazones y

    guiara cada acción. Amén!

    ¡Actualización de adoptar un estudiante!

    Con su generosidad, pudimos ayudar a que 17 es-

    tudiantes continúen asistiendo a St. Joseph este año

    escolar. Tus regalos marcan la diferencia!

    Nuestra Comisión de carnaval de otoño está buscan-

    do artículos impresionantes para la subasta. Marquen

    sus calendarios, el Carnaval de otoño esta programa-

    do para el 6 de octubre

    San José, patrono de nuestra escuela y la iglesia...

    ruega por nosotros.

    The 2nd Annual Calendar Party fundraiser for Holy Cross

    Catholic Academy was a smashing success! A huge thank

    you to the sponsors listed below and to everyone who purcha-

    sed tickets or contributed in any way! It is because of

    EVERYONE that the Calendar Party was successful!

    Sponsors:

    Lane Family Britten Family

    Chick-fil-A on Georgia Diane Hathaway

    Pestcon Scottie’s Transmission

    Doucette Family Ryan O’Neal Autos

    United Supermarket Budweiser

    Ashley Furniture Glacier Ice

    El Tejavan Coca-Cola

    Bill Chudej Atanacio Gonzales

    Also a big thank you to St. Thomas Church for the use of their

    facilities and to Rebecca Vincent for all of her hard work with coordination

    of the event! Hooray for the Mustangs!

    WHAT’S NEW AT THE SCHOOL

    How awesome is it to be able to teach

    our children about the Fruits of the

    Holy Spirit. As our theme for this school

    year, the Fruits will help every child

    understand how the Holy Spirit can live

    in our hearts and guide our every

    action. Amen!

    Adopt-A-Student Update!

    With your generosity, we are able help 17

    students continue to attend St. Joseph’s this

    school year. Your gifts make all the

    difference!

    Our Fall Carnival Committee is looking for

    awesome silent auction items. Mark your

    calendars, Fall Carnival is set for October 6.

    St. Joseph, Patron of our school and church…

    pray for us. Diocesan News

    The Diocese of Amarillo is seeking applicants

    for a receptions. Duties include greeting visitors,

    answering the phone and light secretarial work.

    Bi-lingual preferred. This is a full time position

    working 9-5, Monday thru Friday. The Di