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St. Joseph Catholic Church 717 N. Bradford Avenue, Placentia, CA 92870 (714)528-1487 Fax (714)579-3791 WWW.STJOSEPHPLACENTIA.ORG Facebook: St. Joseph Catholic Church - Placentia, CA October 29, 2017 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time 29 de octubre de 2017 Trigésimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario MISAS: VIGILIA/SABADO: 5:00 PM, 7:00pm( Español) LUNES A VIERNES: 8:30 AM SABADO: 8:00 AM DOMINGOS: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 AM, 12:15 PM (Español) y 5:00 PM MATRIMONIOS: Favor de hacer una cita con un sacerdote seis meses antes de su boda. CONFESIONES: Jueves 6:30 PM y Sábados 3:30pm y por cita. QUINCEANERAS: Favor de comunicarse con Liliana Duran x207. BAUTISMOS: El registro se lleva acabo en la oficina parroquial. FUNERALES: Por favor de llamar al centro parroquial (x0) para asistencia con los arreglos para un funeral ADORACION EUCARISTICA: El 19 de cada mes. Lun-Vie. ARTICULOS PARA EL BOLETIN: Enviados por correo-electrónico solamente: [email protected] Fecha límite es el Viernes, una semana antes del fin de semana que serán publicados Horario del Centro Parroquial -Recepcionista x0 Lunes a Jueves 8:30am-8:30pm: Viernes 8:30am-12:30pm Sábados 8:00am-12:30pm Domingos 8:00am-2:00pm Administrador Parroquial Vicario Parroquial Rev. Miguel Hernandez x206 Rev. Martin Bui x205 [email protected] [email protected] Diáconos Jorge Ramirez [email protected] Jim Merle [email protected] Ken Kleckner [email protected] Director de Administración de Negocios Michael Spillman x218 [email protected]ia.org Gerente de Negocios Juanita Rodriguez x204 [email protected] Asistente de Administración– Negocios/Registraciones Henrietta Moreno x222 [email protected] Coordinadora– Formación de Fe de Adultos en ingles Kathleen Li x211 [email protected] Coordinadora-Formación de Fe en ingles de K- hasta el 5to grado Summer Pongetti x210 [email protected] Coordinadora de Formación de Fe en Español Liliana Duran x207 [email protected] Coordinadora de Liturgia, Ministerios Parroquiales y Voluntarios Mary Lou Juster x221 [email protected] Ministro de Jóvenes-Confirmación (gr. 9-12), EDGE y LIFETEEN Mike Arias x209 [email protected] Coordinador de Ministerios de Música Chris Boyle x208 [email protected] Escuela St. Joseph Sra. JoAnn Telles, Principal www.sjsplacentia.org (714)528-1794 San Vicente De Paúl Martes de 3:30-6:00pm (714)579-3700 Misión Nosotros la comunidad católica de St. Joseph, Placentia, bajo la guía del Espíritu Santo, centramos nuestra vida en Jesucristo. Juntos crecemos como discípulos del Señor en fe y en acción. MASSES: SATURDAY VIGIL: 5:00 pm, 7:00pm (Spanish) SUNDAYS: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 am, 12:15 pm (Spanish) and 5:00 pm WEEKDAYS: 8:30 am: Saturdays: 8:00 am MARRIAGES: Please make an appointment with a priest six months in advance. CONFESSIONS: Thursdays 6:30 pm and Saturdays 3:30 pm & by appointment INFANT BAPTISM: Register for Baptisms at the Parish Center office two months before anticipated date. FUNERALS: Please call the Parish Center office (x0) for assistance in making funeral arrangements. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: The 19th of the month; Mon-Fri BULLETIN ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS: E-mail Only: [email protected] Deadline is Friday, one full week ahead of desired weekend Parish Center Hours Receptionist x0 Monday-Thursday 8:30am-8:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12:30pm Saturday 8:00am-12:30pm Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm Parish Administrator Parochial Vicar Rev. Miguel Hernandez x206 Rev. Martin Bui x205 [email protected] [email protected] Deacons Jorge Ramirez [email protected] Jim Merle [email protected] Ken Kleckner [email protected] Director of Business Administration Michael Spillman x218 [email protected] Business Manager Juanita Rodriguez x204 [email protected] Administrative Assistant– Business/Registrar Henrietta Moreno x222 [email protected] Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation Kathleen Li x211 [email protected] English Faith Formation (Preschool-5th grade) Summer Pongetti x210 [email protected] Spanish Faith Formation Liliana Duran x207 [email protected] Coordinator of Liturgy, Parish Ministries and Volunteers Mary Lou Juster x221 [email protected] Youth Minister-Middle/High School, Confirmation & LIFETEEN Mike Arias x209 [email protected] Coordinator of Music Ministries Chris Boyle x208 [email protected] St. Joseph School Mrs. JoAnn Telles, Principal www.sjsplacentia.org (714)528-1794 St. Vincent De Paul Tuesdays 3:30-6:00pm (714) 579-3700 PARISH MISSION STATEMENT We, the Catholic community of St Joseph, Placentia, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, center our lives on Jesus Christ. Together we grow as disciples of the Lord in faith and action.
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  • St. Joseph Catholic Church 717 N. Bradford Avenue, Placentia, CA 92870

    (714)528-1487 Fax (714)579-3791 WWW.STJOSEPHPLACENTIA.ORG

    Facebook: St. Joseph Catholic Church - Placentia, CA

    October 29, 2017 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    29 de octubre de 2017 Trigésimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario

    MISAS: VIGILIA/SABADO: 5:00 PM, 7:00pm( Español) LUNES A VIERNES: 8:30 AM SABADO: 8:00 AM DOMINGOS: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 AM, 12:15 PM (Español) y 5:00 PM MATRIMONIOS: Favor de hacer una cita con un sacerdote seis meses antes de su boda. CONFESIONES: Jueves 6:30 PM y Sábados 3:30pm y por cita. QUINCEANERAS: Favor de comunicarse con Liliana Duran x207. BAUTISMOS: El registro se lleva acabo en la oficina parroquial. FUNERALES: Por favor de llamar al centro parroquial (x0) para asistencia con los arreglos para un funeral ADORACION EUCARISTICA: El 19 de cada mes. Lun-Vie. ARTICULOS PARA EL BOLETIN: Enviados por correo-electrónico solamente: [email protected] Fecha límite es el Viernes, una semana antes del fin de semana que serán publicados

    Horario del Centro Parroquial -Recepcionista x0 Lunes a Jueves 8:30am-8:30pm: Viernes 8:30am-12:30pm Sábados 8:00am-12:30pm Domingos 8:00am-2:00pm

    Administrador Parroquial Vicario Parroquial Rev. Miguel Hernandez x206 Rev. Martin Bui x205 [email protected] [email protected]

    Diáconos Jorge Ramirez [email protected]

    Jim Merle [email protected] Ken Kleckner [email protected]

    Director de Administración de Negocios Michael Spillman x218 [email protected] Gerente de Negocios Juanita Rodriguez x204 [email protected] Asistente de Administración– Negocios/Registraciones Henrietta Moreno x222 [email protected] Coordinadora– Formación de Fe de Adultos en ingles Kathleen Li x211 [email protected] Coordinadora-Formación de Fe en ingles de K- hasta el 5to grado Summer Pongetti x210 [email protected] Coordinadora de Formación de Fe en Español Liliana Duran x207 [email protected] Coordinadora de Liturgia, Ministerios Parroquiales y Voluntarios Mary Lou Juster x221 [email protected] Ministro de Jóvenes-Confirmación (gr. 9-12), EDGE y LIFETEEN Mike Arias x209 [email protected] Coordinador de Ministerios de Música Chris Boyle x208 [email protected]

    Escuela St. Joseph

    Sra. JoAnn Telles, Principal www.sjsplacentia.org (714)528-1794

    San Vicente De Paúl

    Martes de 3:30-6:00pm (714)579-3700

    Misión

    Nosotros la comunidad católica de St. Joseph, Placentia, bajo la guía del Espíritu Santo,

    centramos nuestra vida en Jesucristo. Juntos crecemos como discípulos del Señor en fe y en acción.

    MASSES: SATURDAY VIGIL: 5:00 pm, 7:00pm (Spanish) SUNDAYS: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 am, 12:15 pm (Spanish) and 5:00 pm WEEKDAYS: 8:30 am: Saturdays: 8:00 am MARRIAGES: Please make an appointment with a priest six months in advance. CONFESSIONS: Thursdays 6:30 pm and Saturdays 3:30 pm & by appointment INFANT BAPTISM: Register for Baptisms at the Parish Center office two months before anticipated date. FUNERALS: Please call the Parish Center office (x0) for assistance in making funeral arrangements. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: The 19th of the month; Mon-Fri BULLETIN ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS: E-mail Only: [email protected] Deadline is Friday, one full week ahead of desired weekend

    Parish Center Hours Receptionist x0

    Monday-Thursday 8:30am-8:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12:30pm Saturday 8:00am-12:30pm Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm

    Parish Administrator Parochial Vicar Rev. Miguel Hernandez x206 Rev. Martin Bui x205 [email protected] [email protected]

    Deacons Jorge Ramirez [email protected]

    Jim Merle [email protected] Ken Kleckner [email protected]

    Director of Business Administration Michael Spillman x218 [email protected] Business Manager Juanita Rodriguez x204 [email protected] Administrative Assistant– Business/Registrar Henrietta Moreno x222 [email protected] Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation Kathleen Li x211 [email protected] English Faith Formation (Preschool-5th grade) Summer Pongetti x210 [email protected] Spanish Faith Formation Liliana Duran x207 [email protected] Coordinator of Liturgy, Parish Ministries and Volunteers Mary Lou Juster x221 [email protected] Youth Minister-Middle/High School, Confirmation & LIFETEEN Mike Arias x209 [email protected] Coordinator of Music Ministries Chris Boyle x208 [email protected]

    St. Joseph School

    Mrs. JoAnn Telles, Principal www.sjsplacentia.org (714)528-1794

    St. Vincent De Paul

    Tuesdays 3:30-6:00pm (714) 579-3700

    PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

    We, the Catholic community of St Joseph, Placentia, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit,

    center our lives on Jesus Christ. Together we grow as disciples of the Lord in faith and action.

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    Pastoral Letter [The Pastoral Letter will be written by a different member of our pastoral staff each week. This letter will be reflective of the readings or Gospel for that Sunday and will be written through the lens of their ministry here at our Parish. We hope you will enjoy the perspectives of the wonderful staff we have here at St. Joseph’s.] God, Family, Work. This is a list of priorities I have heard people say over the years and I’ve even said the same thing to myself. The words sound so simple, but yet we just gave ourselves a tall or-der to fill by saying that these are our top priorities. In fact, our gospel message this week tells us that this list of priorities connects directly to the two most important commandments. Giving all of ourselves to God is indeed a big challenge. How do we even begin to measure how much Love we have? How do we have any love left for any of our other priorities if we give it all to God? Have you ever put someone else’s needs ahead of your own? For me, I can count numerous times where I’ve gladly said “yes” when I should have said “no.” I reference this question because I too find it equally challenging to “…love your neighbor as yourself” a great challenge when my first incli-nation would be to treat my neighbor better than I would myself. So how do we live our life of faith in action and make sense of what is being asked of us above? I’m reminded how important it is to have God out in front. By making God part of our everyday lives, we can demonstrate the love we have for Him. When we ask God to be part of our everyday decisions, pray for His wisdom and strength, and share His Love through our actions with each other, our neighbors, our Brothers and Sisters in Christ, then we have taken a step toward achieving that priori-ty list. We’ve given ourselves the opportunity to Love ourselves by making our relationship with God a priority in our own lives which equips us with all that we need to share that love with others. As we continue to live a life of abundance, we are blessed to be able to live our faith in action here at St. Joseph through the many wonderful liturgies, faith formation classes, and parish ministries that allow God’s love to be seen by many. As we continue through ordinary time and prepare for advent, please keep all of our faith filled activities in prayer as we continue to love and serve the Lord. Michael J. Spillman Director of Business Administration

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    READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Rom 8:12-17; Ps 68:2, 4, 6-7ab, 20-21; Lk 13:10-17 Tuesday: Rom 8:18-25; Ps 126:1b-6; Lk 13:18-21 Wednesday: Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; Ps 24:1-6; 1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12a Thursday: Wis 3:1-9; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5-11 or 6:3-9; Jn 6:37-40, or any readings from no. 668 or from Masses for the Dead, nos. 1011-1016 Friday: Rom 9:1-5; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20; Lk 14:1-6 Saturday: Rom 11:1-2a, 11-12, 25-29; Ps 94: 12-13a, 14-15, 17-18; Lk 14:1, 7-11 Sunday: Mal 1:14b — 2:2b, 8-10; Ps 131:1-3; 1 Thes 2:7b-9, 13; Mt 23:1-12

    PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK /OREMOS POR LOS ENFERMOS

    BALANCE Today’s scriptures emphasize the fundamental link between love of God and love of our neighbors, especially those who are most in need. Love of God should compel us to love the people whom God cherishes. Conversely, work for justice and charity for those in need should be rooted in our love of God. That connection and balance, however, isn’t always easy to maintain in our lives. Even in reli-gious orders we find that some Christians are more oriented toward contemplation and prayer, while others are more active in reaching out to those who are oppressed. Today Jesus reminds us of the ne-cessity for both in the life of faith. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time; Priesthood Sunday; World Youth Day Tuesday: Halloween Wednesday: All Saints Thursday: The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls’ Day) Friday: St. Martin de Porres; First Friday Saturday: St. Charles Borromeo; First Saturday

    Kinsley Grace Pepper Pam Dietrich Jim Dinsmore Louie Bosques

    Miguelito Carrera Frank Fleming Michael Clavin

    Gail Steichen Plunkett Alice Flores

    Alejandrina Robles Jesus Lopez

    Elaine Quan Vickie Villena

    Paul Moynihan Marian Moynihan Roberto Salonga Julianne Avalos Bea Halphide

    Rianne Chloe Garcia Joe Lizcano

    Andrea Rocha Jennifer Wosdoff

    Harold Hohback Perla Vargas

    Elisa Navarette Don Coleman

    Jess Trejo Jennifer Campos Albert Cabrera

    Jimmy Lee Garcia Family

    Hermie Maiquez Gloria Gonzalez Ramirez

    Eloina Gonzalez Leslie Martinez Rusty Stewart

    Kristine Carreon

    The Bethlehem Christian Families The Holy Land

    November 18 & 19 2017, the Bethlehem Christian Families will be here to sell their hand carved

    religious articles made of olive wood. The sale of these precious articles supports their Church Mission which is to maintain the roots and the existence of the Christian Families who are struggling to remain in Bethlehem. At least ninety percent of the funds raised through these sales go directly to Christians living in the Bethlehem area. The proceeds will create more work which will help them to survive and stay in the Holy Land since they have no other source of income and are dependent on the olive wood industry.

    Thank You for your support and generosity.

    Thank you to all the families who participated in our photo directory,

    you made it a great success.

    As soon as we receive our new parish directories we will

    let you know. Father Miguel

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    EDGE Mondays 7-8:30 PM

    10/30– Build Up or Break Down—Virtue and Sin CONFIRMATION 1

    Monday October 30- 7pm Wednesday November 1 - 7pm

    CONFIRMATION 2 Monday November 6 - 7pm Wednesday November 8 - 7pm

    Topic: Church LIFETEEN October 29

    Trunk or Treat Parish Event

    For more information contact Mike Arias at 714 528-1487 x209 or email [email protected]

    YOUTH MINISTRY

    Weekly Offertory Week 17 October 23, 2017

    (Weekly Budget/Goal is $21,365) Check/Cash: $15,714.24 Electronic (EFT): $ 3,715.50 Total Weekly Offertory: $ 19,429.74

    Thank you for your generosity!

    INFANT BAPTISMS

    The next Baptism workshop dates are: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 in Hall C

    For more information about the process to baptize visit our

    website at www.stjosephplacentia.org To confirm a date for your child’s

    baptism, all requirements must be met, at least 10 days prior to the date of baptism.

    Electronic Giving Electronic giving is now self-managed. There is no

    need to come into the office and share your per-sonal information. Simply log on to our website

    www.stjosephplacentia.org click on "Church" to go to our homepage, and click

    on "donate" to go to our giving page.

    Create or login to your account to manage your giving at any time.

    Masses on Sunday, November 5th will be celebrated on standard time.

    Remember to turn your clock back one hour

    BAUTISMOS Las fechas de clases

    pre-bautismales: Martes, Noviembre 14 en Salón B

    Si desea mas información sobre el proceso para bautizar

    Visita nuestra pagina web: http://www.stjosephplacentia.org

    Para reservar una fechar para el bautismo, todos los requisitos necesitan estar en orden,

    diez días ANTES de la fecha del bautismo.

  • Page Five October 29, 2017

    PRAY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DIED OREMOS POR LOS QUE HAN MUERTO

    Ch=Church YR=Youth Room SR= School Rooms H=Halls

    PC=Parish Center SRR=School Resource Room MR=Meeting Rooms LT=Lunch Tables

    MASS INTENTIONS / INTENCIONES DE MISAS

    Saturday/Sábado 10/28 8:00 am Karmina Landicho Sp Int 5:00 pm For the Parish 7:00 pm Fernando Legaspi RIP Edmundo Naquira Flores RIP Sunday/Domingo 10/29 7:15 am Stuart Correz RIP Rev. Steve Correz Sp Int 8:45 am Gregory Vaughn Sp Int 10:30 am Susan Ryan Sp Int 12:15 pm Fr. Eamon O’Gorman Sp Int 5:00 pm Ed Villena Sp Int Monday/Lunes 10/30 8:30 am Alia Danao RIP Tuesday/Martes 10/31 8:30 am – Multiple Intentions Connie Corpuz Javier RIP Geraldine Fabio Abdon RIP Grace Ma RIP Marilyn Siliangco RIP Michael Melia RIP 5:30pm Andrea Rocha Sp Int Wednesday/Miércoles 11/01–Students Attending 6:30 am Joaquin Velarde Sp Int 8:30 am Dorothy Parker RIP 7:00 pm Juanita Rodriguez Sp int Thursday/Jueves 11/02 8:30 am – Multiple Intentions Carmen Recto RIP Grace Ma RIP Julieta Martinez RIP Deidre Allevato RIP Ramon Aguas Jr RIP 7:00 pm All Souls Novena Friday/Viernes 11/03 8:30 am - All Souls Novena Saturday/Sábado 11/04 8:00 am All Souls Novena 5:00 pm Alberto R Mayo RIP 7:00 pm For the Parish Sunday/Domingo 11/05 7:15 am All Souls Novena 8:45 am Harry Shuppara RIP 10:30 am Connie Corpuz Javier RIP 12:15 pm Lesly Isaac Padilla RIP 5:00 pm Ed & Gloria Wosepka RIP RIP=Rest In Peace Sp Int=Special Intention

    CALENDAR-CALENDARIO Sunday/Domingo 10/29 Children’s Liturgy of the Word 8:45/10:30am/5pm Hall C Pre-School 8:45/10:30 am SR 9 RCIA Dismissal 9:00 am MR 3&4 Year 2 Faith Formation 10:00 am MR 1&2/SR Despedida de catecúmenos 12:30 pm MR 1&2 Trunk or Treat 6:00 pm Monday/Lunes 10/30 Cenacle 9:30 am Church GIFT Group 9:30 am MR 3&4 Adult Catechumenate 7:00 pm MR 1&2 Confirmation 1 7:00 pm YR EDGE 7:00 pm Parish Halls Tuesday/Martes 10/31 St. Vincent de Paul 3:30 pm SVDP Adult Choir 7:00 pm Church Wednesday/Miércoles 11/01 Despedida de catecúmenos 7:00 pm Hall C RCIA Dismissal 7:00 pm MR 3&4 Confirmation 1 7:00 pm SR,MR&YR Thursday/Jueves 11/02 Bible Study 9:00 am MR 3&4 GIFT Group 9:00 am MR 3&4 Vespers 3:00 pm Church Formación de Fe 6:00 pm SR Passages 7:00 pm Hall C Welcome Home 7:15 pm MR 3&4 Friday/Viernes 11/03 Saturday/Sábado 11/04 Music Ministry 9:00 am Church Discipleship Core Team 9:00 am MR 1&2 Girl Scout Troop 908 9:00 am Hall A&K Baptism Ministry English 10:00 am Church Baptism Ministry Spanish 12:00 noon Church Music Ministry 1:00 pm MR 3&4

    Josefina Flores Abraham Hernandez

    Evelyn Dumali Alberto Martinez

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    • Are you, or is someone you know, interested in becoming Catholic?

    • Are you seeking to com-plete your initiation through reception of the Eucharist and Confirmation?

    We would love to talk to you regarding your interest, your questions, and how you can move forward in your faith journey. To receive answers to your questions about becom-ing Catholic, contact Kathleen Li. You can call, email or come on in to see me! [email protected]

    (714)528-1487, Ext. 211

    ALL SOULS NOVENA OF MASSES Envelopes are located at the church exits and Parish Office. Please put envelopes in the Sunday collection or bring to the Parish Center Office.

    COMMEMORATION FOR OUR

    FAITHFUL DEPARTED

    Everyone is invited to be part of the

    Eucharistic celebration that we will have on Thursday, November 2 at 7:00pm

    and honor our family members and friends that have gone before us. The celebration will be bilingual

    (English/Spanish)

    You are invited to bring a picture of your deceased loved ones and place it on the

    Altar of Remembrances in the sanctuary of the church.

    If you cannot attend, but would like to place a picture on the altar, bring your

    picture to the parish office.

    Please write your name and phone number on the back of your pictures.

    Thank You

    ST. JOSEPH’S PARISH MEN’S RETREAT

    January 12th - 14th are the dates for this year’s Men’s Retreat at Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center in the beautiful Sierra Madre foothills.

    Start the new year right. The Theme this year is "Going without Knowing;

    Pitching our tent in faith" Over 50 parish men enjoyed last year’s retreat. Ask a brother, father, son or cousin to attend with you. A $50 deposit is required to reserve your room. To experience a personal and spiritually uplifting discussion with God on the weekend, please call for information and reservations: Tom Woore 714-996-3478

    BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE During the month of November we honor our departed loved ones. Christians everywhere seek God’s intercession for these blessed souls at Mass, in prayer and in charitable works. You may write the names of your loved ones in our parish book of remembrance located at the baptismal font.

  • Page Seven October 29, 2017 OUTSIDE PARISH NEWS & EVENTS ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL

    NEWS & EVENTS “On this mountain the Lord of hosts will provide for all peo-ples a feast of rich food and choice wine.” (Is 25:6) Hus-bands and wives, come see what riches the Lord has pre-pared for you on a Marriage Encounter Weekend. He wants to bless you abundantly and help you to find joy and intimacy in your marital relationship.

    The last Weekend for the year in Orange County will be November 10-12. To receive a brochure or for more information, visit our website at www.ocwwme.org. or contact John & Maggie Lee at 714/873-5136 or [email protected] .

    School Calendar 10/ 30 – Dia De los Muertos event at 11:00 10/31 – Halloween parade and activities, noon dismissal 11/1 – School wide Mass 11/2– Late Start 11/3 – No School

    PARISH AND SCHOOL TRUNK OR TREAT

    Join us on Sunday, October 29 from 6:00-8:00pm for a Spooktacular Time. Tickets are now on sale for $3.00 or $5.00 at the door. Please call the church or school for more details BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION® Join St. Joseph Catholic School in the Box Tops for Education program. This is an easy way for St. Joseph Catholic School to earn cash to fund programs and activities for our children. This type of fundraiser is easy! It’s just a piece of paper on a food container you may already have in your kitchen or in your weekly grocery cart. No amount is too small to sub-mit. Saving those little Box Tops can add up quickly, particularly when everyone participates! Please drop off box tops in the Parish office.

    Thank you for your support PRESCHOOL We have a comprehensive curriculum that fol-lows the California Preschool Learning Founda-tions and the Diocese of Orange Preschool Learning Standards. Our program includes reli-gion, social and emotional development, lan-guage and literacy, cognitive development, mathematics, logic and reasoning, science, so-cial studies, creative arts, health and physical development including small and large motor skills. We have full-time and part-time availabil-ity. Please call the school office for more infor-mation at 714-528-1794. Tours are also availa-ble. See what SJS has to offer.

    Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola Winter Session 2017 Begins Week of November 11th – 16th Choice of attending; (Saturdays 11:00 AM, Sundays 1:30 PM, Wednesdays 7:00PM, or Thursdays 9:15 AM) Do You Feel An Inner Call To Grow In Holiness?

    These classes, offered at St. Peter Chanel in Hawaiian Gardens, and given over an 11-Week period, will greatly intensify your spiritual life and your desire to go to Heaven. Come and learn the real purpose of your life and how to achieve it through self-knowledge, self-discipline, deep prayer, and discernment of spirits. You’ll see miracles happen in your life! There is no charge for the program and all materials are provided. Donations are accepted. Each meeting lasts 2-2.5 hours. To register online, go to www. spcomv.com. For more information, contact Fr. Ed Broom, OMV at St. Peter Chanel, 12001 214th St., Hawaiian Gardens, Ca 90716. Mary Martorana at [email protected] or Veronica Ayson at (562) 924-7591.

    You are invited to join Fr. Joseph's of Holy Trinity Church in San Pedro Region, Archdiocese of Los Angeles Pilgrimage group. Pilgrimages to: EPHESUS: TURKEY AND GREECE (MAY 2018), HOLY LAND: (OCTOBER 2018)(Contact Bernadette at: [email protected] or call 323-344-1548 & 323-547-6618

    Fr. Joseph of Holy Trinity Church in San Pedro Region, Archdiocese of Los

    Angeles Pilgrimage group

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  • Page Nine 29 de octubre del 2017

    HOSTIAS BAJAS EN GLUTEN En los últimos años, el uso de hostias

    bajas en gluten han hecho la comunión posible para aquellos que sufren de la enfermedad celíaca o intolerancia al

    gluten. Hostias de bajo gluten (0.01%) están disponibles. Consulte a su médico y si usted es capaz de participar con estas hostias, por favor llame a Mary Lou Juster al 714 528-1487 x221

    para probar los panes y hacer los arreglos para recibir la Eucaristía

    bajo esta forma.

    LIBRO DE RECUERDO Durante el mes de noviembre honramos a nuestros difuntos. Los cristianos en todas partes buscan la intercesión de Dios por estas almas bendecidas en la Misa, en la oración y en obras de caridad. Se pueden escribir los nombres de sus seres queridos en nuestro libro de la parroquia de la memoria a la pila bautismal.

    EL AMOR DE DIOS Es fácil notar cuando dos personas se aman. Les gusta estar cerca uno del otro y pasar ratos juntos.

    Comparten pensamientos y sentimientos íntimos. Uno disfruta al hacer feliz al otro. Y saberse amados les motiva a acercarse a los demás, y tratarlos con amor y respeto.

    En el evangelio de este domingo, Jesús nos dice que el mayor mandamiento es amar a Dios con todo nuestro corazón, toda nuestra alma y toda nuestra mente. ¿Qué significa amar a Dios? Ciertamente significa pasar tiempo juntos leyendo y reflexionando sobre su palabra. También significa compartir nues-tros pensamientos y sentimientos con Dios en oración, y escuchar su voz. ¿A dónde vamos para estar cer-ca de Dios? Vamos a la iglesia y, como parte del pueblo de Dios, le rendimos culto, descansamos en Dios presente en el Santísimo Sacramento, descubrimos a Dios en las maravillas de la creación y en los momen-tos milagrosos de la vida diaria. ¿Qué podemos hacer para complacer a Dios? ¿Cómo podemos, al igual que los tesalonicenses, servir “al Dios vivo y verdadero” (1 Tesalonicenses 1:9)?

    EL AMOR AL PRÓJIMO La lectura del Éxodo muestra claramente que servimos a Dios sirviendo a los oprimidos y a los ne-

    cesitados. Jesús lo hace aún más personal: debemos amar a nuestro prójimo. Es decir, a aquellos con quienes trabajamos, nos recreamos y vivimos. Cuando pasamos tiempo con Dios es imposible dejar de sentir su inmenso amor por nosotros. El saber que Dios nos ama debe motivarnos a acoger a nuestro próji-mo, tanto cercano como lejano, con caridad y justicia,

    Es así que el amor al prójimo fluye naturalmente de quienes aman a Dios. No podemos honesta-mente decir que amamos a Dios si no lo demostramos por medio de nuestras buenas relaciones y de nues-tra compasión hacia los necesitados. Al mismo tiempo, no podemos decir que amamos a nuestro prójimo si no dedicamos tiempo para beber del manantial refrescante del amor de Dios.

    Lecturas de hoy: Éxodo 22:20–26; Salmo 18:2–4, 47, 51; 1 Tesalonicenses 1:5c–10; Mateo 22:34–40 Copyright © 2007, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.

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    EQUILIBRIO Las lecturas bíblicas de hoy recalcan el lazo fundamental que existe entre el amor de Dios y el amor al prójimo, especialmente a los más necesitados. El amor de Dios debe impulsarnos a amar a la gente a quien Dios aprecia. A la inversa, el trabajo por la justicia y la caridad en pro de los necesitados debe estar enraizado en nuestro amor a Dios. Sin embargo, esa conexión y equilibrio no son siempre fáciles de mantener en nuestra vida. Aun en las órdenes religiosas hallamos a algunos cristianos más orientados hacia la contemplación y la oración, mientras que otros son más activos en su servicio a los oprimidos. Hoy Jesús nos recuerda la necesidad de ambos aspectos en la vida de fe. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: Rom 8:12-17; Sal 68 (67):2, 4, 6-7ab, 20-21; Lc 13:10-17 Martes: Rom 8:18-25; Sal 126 (125):1b-6; Lc 13:18-21 Miércoles: Apo 7:2-4, 9-14; Sal 24 (23):1-6; 1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12a Jueves: Sab 3:1-9; Sal 23 (22):1-6; Rom 5:5-11 o 6:3-9; Jn 6:37-40, o lecturas de las misas para los difuntos Viernes: Rom 9:1-5; Sal 147:12-15, 19-20; Lc 14:1-6 Sábado: Rom 11:1-2a, 11-12, 25-29; Sal 94 (93): 12-13a, 14-15, 17-18; Lc 14:1, 7-11 Domingo: Mal 1:14b — 2:2b, 8-10; Sal 131 (130):1-3; 1 Tes 2:7b-9, 13; Mt 23:1-12

    LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES Domingo: Trigésimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario; Domingo del Sacerdocio; Jornada Mundial de la Juventud Martes: Halloween Miércoles: Todos los Santos Jueves: Todos los Fieles Difuntos Viernes: San Martín de Porres; Primer viernes Sábado: San Carlos Borromeo; Primer sábado

    FORMACION DE FE

    CLASE DE BIBLIA

    para niños edades 9 – 11 años

    Viernes 6pm – 7:30pm

    ¡favor de llamar a la oficina de Formación de fe para registrar a

    Inscripciones para CONFIRMACION PARA ADULTOS • Las inscripciones serán en Enero, estén atentos

    se ofrecerá más información más adelante. Documentos que necesita tener disponibles: Certificados de bautismo y comunión.

    Los sobres para las Novenas de Misas de todas las almas se encuentran en las salidas

    de la iglesia y oficina de la parroquia.

    Por favor ponga los sobres en la colección

    del domingo o tráigala a la oficina del centro parroquial.

    CONMEMORACION DE LOS FIELES DIFUNTOS

    Todos están invitados a participar en la celebración Eucarística que tendremos el

    Jueves, 2 de noviembre a las 7:00pm Para honrar a nuestros familiares y amigos

    que nos han precedido.

    La celebración será bilingüe (Ingles/Español).

    Están invitados a traer una fotografía de sus seres queridos que han fallecido y ponerlas sobre el altar de los fieles que tendremos en

    el santuario dentro de la iglesia.

    Si no pueden asistir, pero les gustaría traer su fotografía, pueden dejarla

    en la oficina parroquial.

    POR FAVOR escriban su nombre y numero de teléfono atrás de sus

    fotografías

    Gracias

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