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2207 Monroe Street, Commerce, Texas 75428
Website: www.stjoetx.org Masses: Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 9:30 am
Monday (no Mass); Tuesday & Wednesday 6:30 pm; Thursday & Friday 8:00 am
Confession: Saturday 4:30-5:00 pm or by appointment
Online Giving Link for St. Joseph: https//www.givecentral.org/location/1238
Mailing Address
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant
Bulletin Submissions Cary Roberts [email protected]
RCIA Coordinator Fr. Marcus Chidozie 903-246-3426
[email protected]
Director of K-12 Religious Education Helen Park [email protected]
Confirmation Coordinator Helen Park [email protected]
HS Youth Ministry Coordinator Helen Park [email protected]
Marriage & Family Ministry Dustin & Kaley Lyday [email protected]
Christine Clark, Marriage Annulment Advocate
[email protected]
Knights of Columbus #16202 Randy Helmberger (214) 641-9866 [email protected]
Women’s Guild Cary Roberts (972) 529-8226
Catholic Daughters of Americas Brittany Zebenden [email protected]
Hispanic Community Rep. Josie Jurado [email protected]
Pro Life Bill and Mary Trelc
[email protected]
News, Reminders, and Events______________
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Monetary contributions to St. Joseph can now easily be made online. Simply go to the link below to begin your contributions.
Online Giving Link for St. Joseph:
https://www.givecentral.org/location/1238 If you choose online contributions, please notify the Parish Office to stop delivery of envelopes: 903-886-7135 or [email protected]
Enrollment for the 2021-22 Faith Formation classes will be available throughout the summer. Forms are available on the wall on the right as you walk into church. To be registered, the forms must be filled out completely, $50 per family registration fee paid, and a copy of each child’s baptismal certificate attached. Return all these to Helen Park or Cary Roberts by August 1. La inscripción para las clases de Formación de Fe 2021-22 estará disponible durante todo el verano. Los formularios están disponibles en la pared a la derecha al entrar. Para registrarse, los formularios deben llenarse por completo, se deben pagar $ 50 por cuota de inscripción familiar y adjuntar una copia del certificado de bautismo de cada niño. Devuelva lo anterior a Helen Park o Cary Roberts antes del 1 de agosto.
SECOND COLLECTION Next Weekend—June 26 & 27
"The Peter's Pence Collection unites us in solidarity to the Holy See and its works of charity to those in need. Your generosity allows the Pope to respond to our brothers and sisters who are suffering as a result of war, oppression, natural disaster, and disease."
Una segunda colección se llevará a cabo el próximo fin de semana para ayudar al Papa Francisco en
su trabajo para ayudar a los pobres. Gracias por su generosidad.
Does a sexual abuse of your past still haunt you or someone you love? Consider giving yourself or someone you love the gift of a weekend surrounded by love and healing. Dawn of Mercy, a ministry approved by the Dallas Diocese, is offering a three-day retreat for English-speaking
women on August 6-8, 2021. Contact 469-613-DAWN (3296) or e-mail [email protected] to register. For more information, visit
[email protected] www.CommunicationsCoachingGroup.com
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Dr. Richard Flesher 903-468-2151
As we continue in Ordinary Time, our reading today is taken from the Gospel of Mark, the primary Gospel reading in Lectionary Cycle B. Mark's Gospel presents a vivid portrait of Jesus, whose words and deeds show that he is the Son of God. Today's Gospel describes the end of a day of teaching in Jesus' ministry. Jesus taught the crowd in parables and then offered explanations of these parables to his disciples. Jesus then led his disciples
away from the crowds and into the boats that they will use to cross the Sea of Galilee. The sea and its surrounding area are the settings for Jesus' teachings and miracles in this part of Mark's Gospel. Today's reading describes how Jesus calmed a storm at sea. It is the first of four miracles that are presented in sequence at this point in Mark's Gospel. As is typical in Mark's Gospel, Jesus' disciples are frightened by the sudden storm; they do little to inspire confidence in the reader. Mark notes the contrast between the disciples' terror and Jesus' peace. Jesus is sleeping, untroubled by what is going on around him. The disciples' words to Jesus are telling. They are familiar enough with Jesus to dare to wake him. Their words to him are words of reproach, questioning his care for them. A careful reader might wonder what the disciples expected Jesus to do. Are they more troubled by the storm or by Jesus' inattentiveness to their needs? How many of us have chided a family member or friend for not agreeing with our assessment of the severity of a situation? Today's Gospel offers evidence of Jesus' power and authority as he calms the storm. In his day, power over nature was believed to be a sign of divinity—only God calms storms. Jesus' rebuke of the storm also echoes the rebuke he uses when he talks to and expels demons. In each situation, Jesus' power and authority is a sign of his divinity. Indeed, the disciples are left wondering about Jesus' identity at the conclusion of today's Gospel. They see before them a human being who acts with the authority and power of God. The disciples' uncertainty about Jesus' identity is a recurring them in Mark's Gospel. This Gospel is a metaphor for our lives. We are in the boat, the storms of life are raging around us, and like the disciples, we may believe that Jesus is unconcerned, or “sleeping.” We hope that we will be as familiar with Jesus as his disciples. If we feel that Jesus is sleeping, are we comfortable enough to wake Jesus and present him with our needs? Jesus does not chide his disciples for waking him. Instead he chides them for their lack of faith, for their lack of perspective. When we bring our worries to God in prayer, we might just begin to learn to see things from God's perspective. … Loyola Press
THE PASTOR’S CORNER
Saturday, June 19 5:30 p.m. Ann McDonald By Alan Nichols
Sunday, June 20
Monday, June 21 No Mass No Mass
Tuesday, June 22
6:30 p.m. Joseph Walker By the Nguyen Family
Weds., June 23 6:30 p.m. James & Sue Reel By Analisa Blaine
Thursday, June 24 8:00 a.m. Albinus Dosch By Jim & Anne Marie Ward
Friday, June 25
Saturday, June 26
5:30 p.m. Special Intentions By the Dorman Family
Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a
person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law),
may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.
Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun),
a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law),
may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.
Our Parish Weekly Need: $ 2,921.60 Las necesidades semanales de nuestra parroquia: $2,921.60
Last Sunday, June 13, 2021: $ 1904.90 Colección desde el domingo pasado: $ 1,904.90
Monthly Mortgage Payment: $ 3,402.50 Pago mensual de ipoteca: $ 3,402.50
Last Sunday’s Building Fund: $ 350 Fondos recaudados el domingo pasado: $ 350
Building Fund June Total: $ 819 Total mensual de fondo de construcción hasta la fecha: $ 819
Mass Attendance: 39/120 Cantidad de asistentes: 39/120
Baptism Training Class: English—1st Tuesday of every month at 7 pm Spanish - 1st Wednesday of every month at 7 pm (Parents must be registered members of the parish for at least 6 months.) Baptisms: 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month at 10 am. All training and baptisms must be scheduled with the Parish Office.
Reporting Abuse: First, notify local law enforcement. Second notify the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services through the Texas Abuse Hotline (1-800-252-5400 or www.texasabusehotline.org). Finally, if the allegation involves a member of the clergy or an employee of a parish or the Diocese, please notify the Diocese of Dallas Victims Assistance Coordinator, Barbara Landregan, at 214-379-2812.
RCIA All who are interested in learning about the Catholic faith
are encouraged to enroll in the RCIA program. Those interested should contact the office at 903-886-7135. RCIA Todos los que están interesados en aprender acerca de