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    Sacrament of Reconciliation

    English/Spanish Saturday………...…3:30pm-4:30pm Last Thursday of every month 9:15am, 1st Friday 8:00pm Sunday-Foresthill....3:15pm-3:45pm

    You may also call the parish office for an appointment with

    the priest for confession.

    St. Joseph Catholic School Serving Students from K-8th Grade Jennifer Oliver, Principal 11610 Atwood Road, Auburn, CA, 95603 Phone 530.885.4490 Email: [email protected] St. Joseph Catholic Preschool Program Jaime Anderson, Preschool Director 11610 Atwood Road Auburn, CA, 95603 Phone 530.823.1822 St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery-Foresthill: Call the parish office 530.885.2956

    St. Joseph Parish 1162 Lincoln Way  Auburn, CA 95603 Tel (530) 885-2956  Fax (530) 823-6676

    Monday-Thursday 9am-4:00pm

    November 6, 2016 Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Parish Mission Statement:

    “Guided by the Holy Spirit and following the teaching of the Holy Catholic Church, the

    Mission of St. Joseph is to be the best administered and most caring parish in

    Sacramento Diocese, through our liturgies, faith formation and social services for the benefit of

    the community of Auburn and vicinity.”

    Pastor Father Cesar Ageas, JCL Tribunal– Sacramento Diocese 916.733.0225 Deacons Mike Young [email protected] Mark Ruiz [email protected] Office Manager Jennifer Jones 530.885.2956 [email protected]

    Religious Ed Katie Prust [email protected]

    Bookkeeper Rhonda Bricker [email protected] Bulletin Coordinator Marissa Martinez [email protected] (All bulletin articles are due in the

    parish office no later than 12:00pm on Mondays.)


    Monday-Saturday……...8:30am except Saturday after First Friday, Mass will be at 7:00am

    Weekend Masses Saturday………….………..5:00pm Sunday………... 8:00am, 10:00am Spanish ………………....12:30pm

    St. Joseph of Foresthill- Mission Church



    English Monday-Saturday 7:55am Saturday 5:25pmSundays 7:25am 9:25am Spanish Sunday 1:30pm

    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:

    Every Thursday 9:15am - 6:00pm Benediction at 6:00pm Every 1st Friday 7:45pm - 6:30am Benediction at 6:30pm

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    Ministry Information

    Baptisms: Preparation classes are held the 1st Saturday of every month. Please call the office to register. Confirmation: The Sacrament of Confirmation is a two-year preparation process for teens. For adults not yet confirmed, please call the parish office. Marriage: If you are a member of our parish, please contact a priest at least six months in advance of your desired wedding in order to participate in the process of marriage preparation. Altar Society: Phyllis Whitney [email protected] Bible studies: Ginny Huckins Thursday AM 530.823.8486 Phyllis Whitney Thursday Pm 530.823.9303 Eucharistic Adoration: Barbara & George Coelho [email protected] Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: Diane Wilford [email protected] Funeral Reception Ministry Doreen Wood 530.823.5066 Barbara O’Rourke 916.663.2656 Garden Committee: Karen Thomas [email protected] Guild of St. Tarcisius (Altar Sever): Hugh Paxton [email protected] Hall Committee: Norm Chavez [email protected] Hispanic Coordinating Committee: Porfirio Perez 530.613.3624 Italian Catholic Federation: Mary Ann Mikles 916.759.8466 Knights of Columbus: Jeff Jones Grand Knight 530.906.4093 Lector Ministry: John Mlakar [email protected] Ministry of the Sick: Gina Bollinger 530.268.2092 Music Ministry: Gellimy Sescon 530.885.2956 Practice is on Tuesday's at 6:30 - 8pm in the Church One in the Spirit Prayer Group: Mike Newell 530.401.5546 Pastoral Council: Jim Letcher [email protected] Placer County Jail Ministry: Deacon Mike Young [email protected] Prayer for Priests: Every Tuesday after 8:30am Mass Prolife Ministry: Penny Gowring [email protected] & Christine Jonas [email protected] Religious Education: Katie Prust 530.885.2956 ext. 13 Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA): Katie Prust 530.885.2956 ext. 13 Special Events Committee: Bonnie Amaro-Letcher [email protected] St. Vincent de Paul Society of Auburn: 530.885.2920 Thrift shop: 530.885.7404 Mon-Wed & Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm Ushers & Greeters: Kevin Letcher [email protected] Vocations: Doreen Wood 530.823.5066 Wedding Coordinator: Holly Letcher 530.210.0568 Youth Ministry: 530.885.2956

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    Archdiocese for the military services collection today November 5/6

    Next week our parish will take up the Collection

    for the Archdiocese for the Military Services (AMS). The guiding mission of the AMS is to provide the sacraments—and the re-affirming

    Word of Christ—to the men and women serving in our armed forces, patients in VA Medical Centers,

    civilians working for the federal government beyond U.S. borders, and the families of these

    populations. To provide these services they need your help—the AMS receives no federal funding.

    La próxima semana, nuestra parroquia realizará la

    Colecta de la Arquidiócesis para los Servicios Militares (AMS). La misión rectora de la AMS es

    ofrecer los Sacramentos —y la reconfortante Palabra de Cristo— a los hombres y mujeres que sirven en nuestras Fuerzas Armadas, a enfermos en los Centros Médicos de la Administración de Salud de Veteranos, a los civiles empleados del

    gobierno federal apostados fuera del país, y a los familiares de estos grupos de personas. Para ofrecer estos servicios, ellos necesitan de su ayuda; la AMS no recibe fondos federales.

    Calvary Cemetery Mass & Prayer Walk

    On Wednesday, All Souls’ Day, Nov. 2, the

    Church commemorates the faithful departed and invites you to pray for their eternal rest. Please join us for Mass celebrated by Fr. John Boll, at 10am, Calvary Cemetery Chapel, 7101 Verner

    Ave., Citrus Heights. Confessions starting at 9am, with prayer walk after Mass.

    For details: (916) 726-1232.

  • Jesus: Our Life and Resurrection

    As liturgical year draws closer to its end (Nov. 27th is the First

    Sunday of Advent), the Church leads us into God’s word about death, the inevitable end of our earthly existence, and eternity. The readings leading to the Gospel underline the importance of living by the three theological virtues:

    FAITH AT ALL COST. The First Reading from the 2nd Book of Maccabees tells of seven courageous Jewish brothers who, with their mother, endure martyrdom rather than violate their consciences and their Jewish faith as regards the covenant regulations on forbidden food. They persevere in faith because (a) they believe that everything in life comes from God, and (b) they are confident that death is but a portal to the resurrection where God will reward the just and the faithful.

    JOYFUL HOPE. We proclaim in our response to the Psalm: “Lord, when your glory appears, my joy will be full.” Our earthly life leads not to loss and decay, but to the great hope of seeing God’s glory- the gift of beatific vision, to see God face-to face in the heavenly kingdom.

    GODLY CHARITY. St. Paul in the previous Sundays in the Second Reading illustrates our life as a race that we must finish in view of God’s reward of a crown. Our Second Reading today, the Second Letter of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, tells us that the challenge is about love in our hearts and in our works. Love for God necessarily overflows into a godly love for all.