St. Edward Catholic Church
Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time
February 8, 2015
Let us understand the workings of God’s grace
From an explanation of Paul’s letter to the Galatians by
Saint Augustine, bishop
The Picture above of parishioner, Thomas
Colvin, was found on Bishop Michael
Barber's Blog, where he also said:
“I was so proud to see a large group from St.
Edward’s parish in Newark — with their
noticeable yellow t-shirts. “
Paul writes to the Galatians to make them
understand that by God’s grace they are no longer under
the law. When the Gospel was preached to them, there
were some among them of Jewish origin known as
circumcisers—though they called themselves
Christians—who did not grasp the gift they had received.
They still wanted to be under the burden of the law. Now
God had imposed that burden on those who were slaves
to sin and not on servants of justice. That is to say, God
had given a just law to unjust men in order to show them
their sin, not to take it away. For sin is taken away only by
the gift of faith that works through love. The Galatians had
already received this gift, but the circumcisers claimed
that the Gospel would not save them unless they
underwent circumcision and were willing to observe also
the other traditional Jewish rites.
The Galatians, therefore, began to question
Paul’s preaching of the Gospel because he did not
require Gentiles to follow Jewish observances as other
apostles had done. Even Peter had yielded to the
scandalized protests of the circumcisers. He pretended to
believe that the Gospel would not save the Gentiles
unless they fulfilled the burden of the law. But Paul
recalled him from such dissimulation, as is shown in this
very same letter. A similar issue arises in Paul’s letter to
the Romans, but with an evident difference. Through his
letter to them Paul was able to resolve the strife and
controversy that had developed between the Jewish and
Gentile converts.
In the present letter Paul is writing to persons
who were profoundly influenced and disturbed by the
circumcisers. The Galatians had begun to believe them
and to think that Paul had not preached rightly, since he
had not ordered them to be circumcised. And so the
Apostle begins by saying: I am amazed that you are so
quickly deserting him who called you to the glory of
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St. Edward Catholic Church
Schedule for Holy Mass
Horario de la Santa Misa
5:00 pm
Saturday
5788 Thornton Ave.
Newark, CA 94560
(510) 797-0241
En Español
Clergy
Rev. Jeffrey R. Keyes, C.PP.S., Pastor
Rev. James Franck, C.PP.S., Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jaya Babu Nuthulapati, C.PP.S., Parochial Vicar
Sunday
7:15 am
8:30 am
Missa Cantata 10:00 am
11:30 am
Mass in
Portuguese 12:45pm
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
6:45 am
Weekdays
9:00 am
Parish School
Gregory Fonzeno, Elementary School Principal
Kathy McCall, School Secretary
Parish Staff
Irma Ramirez, Administrative Secretary
Sister Mary Mark Schoenstein, OP, Pastoral Associate
Maria Lopes, Bookkeeper and Treasurer
Cruz Calvillo, Buildings and Grounds
Sam Dorlaque, Music Ministry
Faith Formation
Rev. Jeffrey R. Keyes, C.PP.S., Adult Formation/RCIA
Donalyn Deeds, Elementary Faith Formation
Michele Javier Poma, Confirmation
Ana Katsanes, Secretary
Ann Marie Carbonell, Youth Ministry
Saturday
Liturgy of Hours
Finance Committee
Tom DuBeck - Chairperson
Deacons
Deacon Rolito Roque
Deacon Roger Wedl
Deacon Ernie Perez (Retired)
Rectory Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone and Fax
Monday-Friday
Morning Prayer 6:15am
Evening Prayer 4:30pm
Saturday
Morning Prayer 8:15am
Evening Prayer 4:15pm
Sunday
Morning Prayer 6:15am
Evening Prayer 5:15pm
Holy Mass
Extraordinary Form
Thursdays
5:30pm
Rectory (510) 797-0241
Fax (510) 797-4557
Faith Formation/CCD (510)797-5588
Music Office (510) 797-5035
St. Edward School (510) 793-7242
Dominican Sisters (510) 793-9447
Saint Vincent De Paul Helpline (510) 494-9319
Parish Hall Available for Rent (510) 797-0241
9:00 am
Confessions
Confesiones
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
First Friday at 4:30 p.m.
Confesión En Español
Jueves 8:30 am
Primer y tercer Lunes, 7:30 pm
Primer Viernes del Mes, 4:30 pm
Holy Baptism
Sagrado Bautismo
Must be registered in St. Edward Parish
three months prior to baptism.
Deben registrarse en la parroquia
tres meses antes del bautismo.
Holy Matrimony
Sagrado Matrimonio
The Diocese requires six months preparation prior
to marriage. Please contact a priest to schedule
an appointment.
La Diócesis pide que se prepare con seis meses de
anticipación. Por favor, haga cita con
un sacerdote.
Funerals
Email
Funerales
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] (music office)
The priest would like to meet
with the family prior
to the funeral service.
El sacerdote le gustaria reunirse
con la familia antes
del servicio funebre.
On the Web
http://stedwardcatholic.com
http://www.fatherkeyes.com/
7:00 pm
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Parish Support
Weekly Need
Sunday, Feb. 1
Capital Improvements
$17,167
$12,337
$ 4,144
Second Collections
Feb. 8
Feb. 15
Feb. 18
Feb. 25
Weekly Deficit
Weekly Deficit
Ash Wednesday (One collection only)
Weekly Deficit
Thank you for your support!
We Need Volunteers
The Altar Society are volunteers who help us to clean the
Church every weekend. They need more volunteers to help
every Saturday & Sunday after the 8 p.m. Mass. Please call
the parish office at 797-0241 and let us know if you can donate
some of your time to keep your church clean.
Mass Intentions for the
Week of Feb. 9-15, 2015
Monday, Feb. 9, Weekday
6:45 a.m. Gregorio Guerrero (Birthday)
9:00 a.m. Lamnee & Maisee †
Tuesday, Feb. 10, St. Scholastica
6:45 a.m. Benito Jurado †
9:00 a.m. Ignacio Duran †
Wednesday, Feb. 11, Weekday
6:45 a.m. Tan Family (Thanksgiving)
9:00 a.m. Pelagio V. Francisco †
Thursday, Feb. 12, Weekday
6:45 a.m. Stan Deeds (Birthday)
9:00 a.m. Ludgero & Trinidad Jimenez †
5:30 p.m. For the Sick (Sp. Int.)
Friday,
Feb. 13, Weekday
6:45 a.m. James Kanyotu †
9:00 a.m. Alberto Q. Francisco †
Saturday, Feb. 14, Saints Cyril
9:00 a.m. Manuel Ourique †
5:00 p.m. Tom Silva †
7:00 p.m. Mario Quenta †
Sunday, Feb. 15, 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:15 a.m. Paul & Maureen Bleignier †
8:30 a.m. Santos-Quenga-Cruz Family (Sp.Int.)
10:00 a.m. Ceferina C. Francisco †
11:30 a.m. Gerald Pomeroy †
12:45 p.m. Parishioners
6:00 p.m. Grace Muthoni †
8:00 p.m. Patricia Fairless †
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Christ, and turning to another gospel.
After this there comes a brief introduction to the
point at issue. But remember in the very opening of the
letter Paul had said that he was an apostle not from men
nor by any man, a statement that does not appear in any
other letter of his. He is making it quite clear that the
circumcisers, for their part, are not from God but from
men, and that his authority in preaching the Gospel must
be considered equal to that of the other apostles. For he
was called to be an apostle not from men nor by any man,
but through God the Father and his Son, Jesus Christ.
CCD News
Attention Faith Formation Families. There will be no
classes this Monday, February 9, as we will be closed to
celebrate Lincoln’s Birthday.
Next weekend is a “Do This in Memory” weekend. Our
First Communion Families will be celebrating Mass with
us at the 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. Masses.
Pope Francis asks all families to enrich and energize
family life by praying the “World Meeting of Families
Prayer” each day for their own family’s personal
intention:
World Meeting of Families Prayer
God and Father of us all,
in Jesus, your Son and our Savior,
You have made us
Your sons and daughters
in the family of the Church.
May Your grace and love
Help our families
in every part of the world
be united to one another
in fidelity to the Gospel.
May the example of the Holy Family,
with the aid of Your Holy Spirit,
guide all families,
especially those most troubled,
to be homes of communion and prayer
and to always seek your truth
and live in Your love.
Through Christ our Lord, Amen
Jesus, Mary and Joseph , pray for us!
Is God Calling you to be
a Sister? Come and See!
Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul
Religious Vocation Discernment Retreat
Single Catholic Women ages 18-40.
April 10-12, 2015
Los Altos Hills, CA
CONTACT:
Sr. Lisa Laguna, D.C. 650-949-8890 or 213-2109903 [email protected]
3 www.DaughtersOfCharity.com
Live the Word of God!
Saints and Special Observances
Sunday:
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time;
World Marriage Day
Tuesday:
St. Scholastica
Wednesday: Our Lady of Lourdes; World Day
of the Sick
Thursday:
Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday
Saturday:
St. Cyril and St. Methodius;
Valentine’s Day
Today’s Readings
Readings For The Week
First Reading — Job finds life on earth to be drudgery;
he is filled with restlessness (Job 7:1-4, 6-7).
Psalm — Praise the Lord, who heals the brokenhearted
(Psalm 147).
Second Reading — Woe to me if I do not preach the
gospel. I have become all things to all, to save at least
some (1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23).
Gospel — Jesus cured many who were sick with various
diseases (Mark 1:29-39).
Monday:
Gn 1:1-19; Ps 104:1-2a, 5-6, 10, 12, 24,
35c; Mk 6:53-56
Tuesday: Gn 1:20 -2:4a; Ps 8:4-9; Mk 7:1-13
Wednesday: Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Ps 104:1-2a, 27-28,
29bc-30; Mk 7:14-23
Thursday: Gn 2:18-25; Ps 128:1-5; Mk 7:24-30
Friday:
Gn 3:1-8; Ps 32:1-2, 5-7; Mk 7:31-37
Saturday: Gn 3:9-24; Ps 90:2-6, 12-13; Mk 8:1-10
Sunday:
Lv 13:1-2, 44-46; Ps 32:1-2, 5, 11;
1 Cor 10:31 -11:1; Mk 1:40-45
HOLY UNION
The union of man and wife is from God.
SCRIP
—St. Augustine
The school will be selling SCRIP after all of the
Masses these weekends:
February 8 & March 8
Please support our school and our tuition
assistance program for families in need.
Hospitality Sunday Dates
February 8 & March 8
Please join us after the 7:15, 8:30, and
10:00 a.m. Masses. Free coffee and donuts
in the parish hall.
Thank you to our Hospitality Committee for
all their nice work and the Men’s Club who
donates the donuts every month.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend
This Sunday is World Marriage Day which honors
husband and wife as the foundation of the
family. Commit to making your marriage a priority in your
lives and let your marriage relationship give glory to
God. Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage
sacrament by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Weekend on February 20-22 or August 7-9. Early
registration, 4 to 6 weeks out is highly recommended. For
more information contact Ray & Roberta @
916.806.4601 or Joe & Sue @ 925.680.7767 now or go
to oaklandwwme.org
Save the Date
St. Patrick Dinner
Saturday, March, 14, 2015
in the Parish Hall
Organized by the Men’s Club and our Church.
Feb. 8 Sunday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
7:15 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Mass
10:00 a.m. Mass
11:30 a.m. Mass
12:45 p.m. Portuguese Mass
5:15 p.m. Evening Prayer
6:00 p.m. Mass
8:00 p.m. Mass
9 Monday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Confessions
10 Tuesday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
11 Wednesday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Adult Faith
Formation Class
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St. Edward Parish News
February 8, 2015
Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Fasting
MEMORIAM
Abstinence from meat is observed on Ash Wednesday,
Good Friday, and all the Fridays of Lent by all Catholics
14 years and older. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday
are days of fasting also. Fasting is observed by all Catholics who are 18 years of age but not yet 59.
Please remember in your prayers Austacia Arriega and Maria de la Luz Horta de Muñoz who
have completed their earthly journey and now live in
the presence of the Risen Lord.
White Mass
Ash Wednesday
February 18
The World Day of the Sick is Wednesday,
February 11, and the Feast of Our Lady of
Lourdes.
At St. Edward the 9:00am Mass on that
day will be a “White Mass” honoring any
doctors, nurses or medical workers in our parish.
Mark your calendars.
Ashes will be distributed only at the following
times:
6:45 a.m.
Mass
9:00 a.m.
Mass
11:00 a.m.
Mass
12:30 p.m.
Liturgy of the Word
4:00 p.m.
Liturgy of the Word
6:30 p.m.
Mass in Spanish
8:00 p.m.
Mass
During the day ashes will be distributed after the
homily. At the evening Masses, ashes will be distributed continuously outside of the church in front
of the parish office from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Please Respond!
The Bishop has asked us to help him respond to
questions sent to him by Pope Francis and the
Synod Fathers in preparation for the Synod on
Marriage and the Family that will take place this
October. He especially asks that all levels of the
Church’s life respond to these questions. Therefore,
he has put a questionnaire on line in both English
and Spanish that he asks all of you to fill out on line
in the next two weeks. This is an important
contribution we can make to the prayerful reflection
of the whole Church on this important part of our life.
The questionnaire can be found at:
www.oakdiocese.org/survey
Stations of the Cross
The Stations will be held in the Church every Friday
of Lent:
6:45 pm English
7:15 pm Spanish
(On March 27th the English Stations at 7:00 p.m. by the Parish
School and Spanish Stations will be at 8:00 p.m.).
Stations of the Cross for Seniors
Fridays February 20, March 13 & 20,
after the 9:00 a.m. Mass.
Mission
Pilgrimage
Fish Fry
Old Missions San Miguel
and Soledad
On March 21, 2015
Buy your tickets in the parish office.
$30 includes lunch.
Feb. 12 Thurs.
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
9:30 a.m. Bible Class (Chapel)
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
5:30 p.m. Ext. Form Mass
7:30 p.m. Bible Class (Library)
13 Friday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30p.m. Evening Prayer
Please save the date and come and support the St. Edward Knights of Columbus Fish Fry. March 27th at 5:30
p.m. Cost is $12.00 for adults (age 14 and over) and
$8.00 for children. Tickets on sale at the Parish office or
please call 510 396-6683 to reserve tickets over the
phone.
14 Saturday
8:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:15 p.m. Evening Prayer
5:00 p.m. Vigil Mass
7:00 p.m. Spanish Vigil Mass
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15 Sunday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
7:15 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Mass
10:00 a.m. Mass
11:30 a.m. Mass
12:45 p.m. Portuguese Mass
5:15 p.m. Evening Prayer
6:00 p.m. Mass
8:00 p.m. Mass
A Pilgrimage to
France,
Spain & Portugal
Requests for 2014 Statements
If you want us to send you a statement this year, fill out
the form below or call the parish office with your envelope
number at 797-0241. Thank you.
Under the Spiritual
Direction of
Father Jay Babu
YES,
I want to receive a statement of my donations for
2014.
MY NAME IS:__________________________
13 Days: Sept. 20 - Oct. 2, 2015
$3,599 special discount price
roundtrip
from San Francisco, CA (SFO)
Travel Arrangements by: Holy Land Travel Center
Get a registration form from the parish office.
MY ENVELOPE # IS: ____________________
Please Pray For-Oren Por Ellos:
Spec. Johnny A. Caro
Justin Ryan Chairez
Sgt. Eric Revuelta
Sgt. Israel Revuelta
Sgt. Maj. Harry Elid Rivera
Lance Corporal Anthony Elid Rivera
Captain Zack Martin, in North Carolina
SSG. Ernie Paredes
Angelo David Jimenez
Lance Corporal Andrew Voropaeff, in Japan
Steven San Agustin, in Ft. Lewis, WA
Frank Villagomez, in Ft. Lewis, WA
Bryan Fischer, in Afghanistan
SFC. Marcus Espinosa, in Ft. Hood Texas
Prt. Nicole Nestell
Corpswoman Arlene T. Alonzo, in Navy Baghdad
Ron Noah F. Buniag
Joseph L.G. Rios, in El Paso, Texas
Candice Weaver DeRamos
Pfc. Jason Brennan, in Afghanistan
SSG Cleophas Sebille, in Afghanistan
John Quenga, in South Dakota
Julian Torres, in Afghanistan
Sargent Raymond Watkinson, in San Diego
Msg. Jason Montgomery, in Fort Campbell, Kentucky
MSGT Camille Stamatokos, in North Dakota
TSGT Peter Stamatokos, in North Dakota
Brian Dimapan, in Texas
Marvin Calvo Terlaje
Tyler Talavera, in New Jersey
Samuel Potenti, Marine, in San Diego
Jonathan Shaack, Navy Persian Gulf
Mark Joseph M. Castillo, in Hawaii/Germany
SGT. Andrew Williams, U.S. Army in Afghanistan
SSgt. Liam Williams, USMC in Afghanistan
MA3 Jared Reis, Navy, Romania
Joseph A. Silveira, U.S. Marine
Michael A. Padilla, Army Pakistan
Moses Lopez Nahmad, Marine-San Diego
SPC Enrique D. Cupino, in Fort Fee Virginia
Cesar Romo Gonzalez, Army Germany
Bryan Sciamanna, in Afghanistan
Ellery Milla, U.S. Navy in Great Lakes
Paul Garcia, Afghanistan
Christopher M. S. Siat, U.S. Navy
Sgt. Kristan Jofel Carado, Army
Corporal Phillip A. Kenaga, USMC
PFC Trevor D. Kenaga, USMC
Day of Reflection
Join Fr. Jim Sullivan of Immaculate Heart of Mary for
a Day of Reflection: "Lenten Themes in the Psalms"
on Saturday February 21st from 9:30 - 3 p.m. in
Halls A, B, and C, IHM 500 Fairview Ave.
Brentwood. Coffee social at 9:30 a.m. with the
presentation starting at 10:00. Lunch provided.
Please RSVP by February 17th to Lisa at 925-7851969 or [email protected]
Friends & Fellowship
On February 8, our Anima Christi Choir will host the free
hot meal for those in need in our area in the parish hall.
Thank you to them and to all our parish groups who help
us in this good cause. Also thank you to our Friends &
Fellowship committee. Our free hot meals are now the
2nd & 4th Sunday of each month from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Taizé Prayer Service
Monday, February 9, 7:30 pm
Join us at The Cathedral of Christ the Light for a
traditional Taizé Prayer Service. Spend the evening
enjoying the interior elegance of the Cathedral, admiring
the breath-taking view of Lake Merritt across the way,
while hearing and singing hauntingly beautiful music.
Taizé is an ecumenical form of meditative prayer
originating from Taizé, France. Short verses of Taizé
chants are repeatedly sung, as a form of meditation. The
music is sung in English as well as in various other
languages and is accompanied by live musicians, such as
the piano and cello. There are readings, prayer
intercessions, silence, and an opportunity to venerate the
cross. Taizé is an hour long and is a wonderful way to
experience a peaceful, calming, and spiritually uplifting
time of prayer. All are welcome and no experience is
necessary.
Come and See
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Abba Father Prayer Group meets every Friday
night for praise and worship, gospel reading,
and sharing, starting at 7:00 pm in the Chapel
of St. Edward Catholic Church. Please feel free
to drop in and join us. Thank you.
Iglesia de San Eduardo
8 de Febrero, 2015
Quinto Domingo en Tiempo Ordinario
LECTURAS DE HOY
**NO CCD clases este Lunes.
**La próxima semana es fin de semana de “Do
This in Memory”. Las familias de Primera
Comunión van a estar con nosotros celebrando
la Misa de 7 p.m.
Primera lectura — Job declara que la vida en la tierra es
monótona, miserable y triste (Job 7:1-4, 6-7).
Salmo — Alaben al Señor, que sana los corazones
quebrantados (Salmo 147 [146]).
Segunda lectura — Pablo dice que no tienen otra
alternativa sino la de predicar el Evangelio
(1 Corintios 9:16-19, 22-23).
Evangelio — Después de sanar a muchos enfermos y de
expulsar a los demonios, Jesús predica la Buena Nueva
(Marcos 1:29-39).
Confesiones en Español
Todos los Jueves a las 8:30 a.m.
Primer Viernes a las 4:30 p.m.
Primer y Tercer Lunes, 7:30 p.m.
(Confesiones en Ingles de Lunes a Viernes a las
8:30 a.m. y todos los Lunes 7:30 p.m.)
Sustento de la Parroquia
Meta
Feb. 1
Fondos Parroquiales
$17,167
$12,337
$ 4,144
Les recordamos que los libritos de las lecturas del mes
de Febrero 18 a Abril 5 “La Palabra Entre Nosotros”
viene todas las lecturas de cuaresma ya están disponibles en la Rectoría su costo es de $4.50 solamente este
mes por que contiene mes y medio.
Segunda Colecta
Feb. 8
Feb. 15
Feb. 18
Déficits Semanal
Déficits Semanal
Miércoles de Ceniza (una colecta nada mas)
Gracias por todo su apoyo!
Nuestro Grupo de
Oración los invitan:
**Rosario Bíblico: Primer Martes del
mes a 6 p.m. en la Capillita.
**Exposición del Santísimo: Tercer Martes
del mes a las 6 p.m. en la Iglesia.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Gn 1:1-19; Sal 104 (103):1-2a, 5-6, 10, 12,
24, 35c; Mc 6:53-56
Martes:
Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Sal 8:4-9; Mc 7:1-13
Miércoles: Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Sal 104 (103):1-2a, 27-28,
29bc-30; Mc 7:14-23
Jueves: Gn 2:18-25; Sal 128 (127):1-5; Mc 7:24-30
Viernes: Gn 3:1-8; Sal 32 (31):1-2, 5-7; Mc 7:31-37
Sábado: Gn 3:9-24; Sal 90 (89):2-6, 12-13; Mc 8:1-10
Domingo: Lv 13:1-2, 44-46; Sal 32 (31):1-2, 5, 11;
1 Cor 10:31 — 11:1; Mc 1:40-45
Todos son Bienvenidos!
Se invita a toda persona que está pasando
por muchos problemas, están solos, o toda
persona indigente que no tiene un hogar y
nada que comer. El próximo Domingo que
vamos a tener la siguiente Comida es:
Febrero 8
La Convivencia y Cena es en el salón
Parroquial de 1-3 p.m. También tienen corte de pelo es
gratis los segundos Domingos del mes. El Domingo, 8 de
Febrero el Coro Anima Christi de San Eduardo van a
preparar la cena. Gracias a ellos y a todos nuestros
grupos que nos ayudan con esta causa tan buena.
También agradecemos a la mesa directiva por apoyar y
dirigir este evento tan caritativo. Que Dios los bendiga a
todos.
Memorial
Por favor recuerden en sus oraciones a Austacia
Arriega y Maria de la Luz Horta de Muñoz que
pasaron a mejor vida y ahora viven en la presencia del
Señor.
Jóvenes Para Cristo
Te invita a ti Joven/Adulto, a nuestro grupo todos los
Viernes en el salón de nuestra parroquia de San
Eduardo a las 7 p.m. Te esperamos, Cristo te Ama y
JPC también.
Rosario
Palmas
Traigan sus palmas benditas del año pasado.
Vamos a quemarlas el Martes, 17 de Febrero en
el patio de la Escuela de San Eduardo a las 8
a.m. y a las 4 p.m. con los niños de la escuela y
los niños del Catecismo. Las cenizas de las palmas se
van a usar el Miércoles de Ceniza que es el siguiente día.
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El Grupo de la Legión de María, Madre de Cristo en
Español les hacen una cordial invitación a toda su familia
el Viernes, 13 de Febrero a las 6:30 p.m. al Rosario de
cada mes en la Iglesia de San Eduardo. También los
invitan a su reunión cada Miércoles a las 10 a.m.
en la Casa de San Gaspar. Todos son
bienvenidos especialmente mamas que dejan
sus niños en la escuela y pueden tener un
tiempo de oración y paz. Los esperamos.
Recen por los Enfermos
Pray for the Sick
Linda Abelgas
Perla Abellano
Gloria Aguirre
Mely Agustin
John Alejandres
Fernando Almeda
Miguel Alvarez
Ramona Alvarez
Nicholas Anthony
Mathew Arlleano
David Arleano
Don Armstrong
William D. Armstrong
Diego Arteaga
Edgar Arredondo
Salome Arroyo
Seffie Avalos
Penny Bantug
Gabriela Barreto
Luis Barron
Javier Barron
Dom Barker
Lamberto Bautista
Betty Baltazar
George Bettencourt
Kyong Blackmon
Fred Blackmon
Israel Butron Magaña
Rogelio Bueno
Paterna Bueno
Mariela A. Carcamo
Antonia Caballes
Carlos Campos
Victor Capaz
Juanito Capistrano
Roger Castañeda
Ben Carbonell
Ramon Castellano
Javier Cervantes
Walter Clifford
Bella Changco
Sandi Chapa
Joshrein Chavez
Bartholomew Collins
Cecilia Contreras
Tomas Corral
Lili Cortez
Judy Cruz
Jennie Cruz
Joseph Cruz
Timothy C. Cruz
Tony Changco
Stan Deeds
Irene Delucchi
Norberto Dimaano
Rudy Dominguez
Craig Drysdale
Narcisa Estrelles
Juanita Estrellas
Maria Farsan
Emily Favis
Helen Fernandez
Felicia Fernandez
Annmarie Finkes
Joyce Fischer
Sheryl Fournier
Francisco Franco
Jose Victor Garcia, Sr.
Maria & Paul Garcia
Fe & Richard Garcia
Tomas Garcia
Rodelo Garcia
John J. Garfield
Anthony Gonsalves
Alfredo Gonzalez
Harriet Green
Matt Grisom
Manda Grisom
Martha Gilmore
Esther Gladys Grey
Ma Asuncion Gutierrez
Itzayana M. Hermosillo
Anita Hernandez
Anthony Moses Hernandez
Zenaida G. Hernandez
Linda Hernandez
Marcos Herrera
Dulce Hiturbe
Patricia Hughes
Danny Ives
Buddy Igne
Clyde Igne
Kitty Imperial-Dizon
Ginger Jennings
Eduardo Jimenez
Ann Joly
Donald Jones
Madley Katarungan
Nancy Keil
Roberto Lara
David Law
June Lesire
Emy Lobo
Milde Lopez
Thersita Lum
Gerard V. Limtiaco
Dot Louie
Enrique Maciel
Abel Mariano
Carmen Martinez
Helen Martinez
Martin Martinez
Julie Malaspina
Marilyn Mascsak
Michael McDonnell
Arthur Means
Angel Miague
Julie Miller
Ashley Miller
Elisa C. Madero
Mike Moller
Juan C. Muñoz G.
Rosa Nava
Marcus Nettz
Helen B. Nguyen
Larry Noda
Laura Ojeda
Misa Blanca
Virginia Olivera
Manuel Obregon
Alberto Orozco
Alec Patvald
Clemen Pastor
Paciencia Perreras
Ricardo Padilla
Ofelia Pascual
Jean Perry
John Pinckney
Kathy Pinckney
El Día Mundial de los Enfermos y la Fiesta de la
Virgen de Lourdes es el Miércoles, 11 de Febrero.
Ese día vamos a celebrar una Misa a las 9:00 a.m.
para honrar a nuestros Doctores, enfermeros,
enfermeras y todos los trabajadores que trabajan en
hospitales, Clínicas y en Casas de Convalecientes.
Que Dios los bendiga.
Franklin Wayne Quon
Ulises Solano Perez
Angelina Perrotti
Mathew Putnam
Liza Quisisem
Jeanne Ramirez
Reynaldo Ramos
Paul Reddon
Dolores Renteria
Lolita Reyes
Angelina Reyes
David Real
Jim Rich
Rose Rivera
Lupe Rodriguez
Edith Roque
Ric Roqueza
Teresa Romero
Maria Rubio
Amelia Rubio
Fe Salonga
Marcial Sandoval
Braulia E.Sanchez
Jose M. Santana
Connie Sardeina
Abel Santana
Soledad Sedayao
Antonia Silican
Julieta Simas
Manuel Simas
Maria A. Simas
Claudia Soto
Vanessa Soto
Earl J. Stump
Tessi Stump
Maria Stump
Norma Santos
Serina Saldivar
Connie Sardinha
Allyn Silva
Alicia Stein
Anita Tampos
Hector Tena
Emma Tondag
Alfredo Torres
ABSTINENCIA
Toda persona mayor de 14 años tiene la obligación de NO
comer carne durante todos los Viernes de Cuaresma. También
tienen que ayunar el Miércoles de Ceniza y Viernes Santo. El
ayuno obliga solamente a personas de 18 - 59 años de edad.
Miércoles de Ceniza
No olviden que el Miércoles, 18 de Febrero, es
Miércoles de Ceniza. Tendremos Misas a:
6:45 a.m.
Misa en Inglés
9:00 a.m.
Misa en Inglés
11:00 a.m.
Misa en Inglés (Escuela)
12:30 p.m.
Liturgia de la Palabra
4:00 p.m.
Liturgia de la Palabra
6:30 p.m.
**Misa en Español**
8:00 p.m.
Misa en Inglés
Durante el día la ceniza se va a distribuir después
de la homilía. En la tarde vamos a empezar a las
6 p.m. hasta las 9:30 p.m. afuera de la Iglesia.
Los que gusten participar en la Misa de Español
pueden recibir la ceniza antes o después de la Misa.
Vía Crucis
Todos los Viernes
En nuestra Iglesia de San Eduardo
Español :
7:15 p.m.
Ingles:
6:45 p.m.
Vía Crucis Para Ancianitos:
Febrero 20, Marzo 13 y 20 después de la Misa de
9:00 a.m.
Flora Valencia
Maria Vallejo Gonzalez
Altagracia Vasquez
Ana Rosa Vera
Marquen sus Calendarios
Misiones Cuaresmales
David Vickers
Delfin Villaflor
Miguel Angel Villa
Mike Volz
Virginia Wiebe
Margaret West
Lucy Wiest
En Español
Del 9-12 de Marzo, A las 7 p.m.
Iglesia de San Eduardo
Concluyendo Nuestro Retiro
el Jueves con una Misa a las 7 p.m.
Si usted gusta agregar o quitar un nombre a nuestra lista,
por favor llame la oficina al 797-0241. Please call the parish
office at 797-0241 if you want to add or delete any names.
Peregrinación a las Misiones
El Padre Jay los invita a la Misión San Miguel y Misión de
Soledad el día 21 de Marzo. Los boletos cuestan $30 incluye
lonche. Compre su boleto en la oficina parroquial.
Impartidas por
Jessie Romero,
Autor, Conferencista, e Evangelizador.
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Igreja de Santo Eduardo
8 de Fevereiro, 2015
BOLETIM
PORTUGUÊS
MISSA DOMINGO V
DO TEMPO COMUM
Comentário Anúncio do Evangelho: resposta de Deus à
dor humana (Mc 1,29-39)
Lectio: “Tive por ganho meses de decepção e couberamme noites de sofrimento”, são as palavras de Jó diante de
uma dor cotidiana: “ao amanhecer, espero novamente à
tarde e me encho de sofrimentos até o anoitecer”. O tema
do sofrimento, da dor, da enfermidade está presente na
liturgia deste 5º domingo comum desde a I leitura, como
retrata tão bem o personagem Jó, que vive o tormento do
sofrimento, do físico devido à doença até aquele moral,
que nasce da perda dos afetos mais caros, dos bens até
o afastamento dos amigos.
Jó é a imagem do homem justo que sofre sem se
revoltar. Claro, ele demonstra toda a amargura que
ofusca o sentido de sua existência, mas ainda assim, na
dor mais profunda, ele tem um fio de esperança na
providência de Deus, que recolhe em suas mãos as suas
lágrimas humanas, e no final do livro, transforma-lhes em
alegria e bênção: “ele conforta os corações
despedaçados, ele enfaixa suas feridas e as cura”, como
reza o salmista (Sl 146).
Pois é, com as suas mãos, Deus enfaixa as feridas do
sofrimento humano. É acerca dessas mãos divinas que
aliviam a dor humana que nos fala o Evangelho de hoje.
Jesus deixa a sinagoga, onde havia ensinado com
autoridade, libertando um homem “possuído por um
espírito mau” (linguagem para mostrar a força que o
maligno exerce na vida de uma pessoa), e vai com Tiago
e João até a casa de Simão (Pedro) e André. Pois,
depois de uma atividade tão intensa, como todo ser
humano, Jesus precisava descansar e se alimentar; e
assim, Pedro lhe oferece hospitalidade.
Chegando lá, a sogra de Simão Pedro estava de cama
com febre; poderíamos até considerar esta informação de
pouca importância, mas o próprio fato de o evangelista
ter colocado no relato e de que os discípulos
apressadamente contaram o fato a Jesus, faz pensar a
algo mais sério e inquietante. Jesus se aproxima,
portanto, da anciã, segura a sua mão, ajudando-a a se
levantar; e a febre desaparece; nenhuma palavra, só um
simples gesto: o gesto das mãos, que ajudam àquela
senhora enferma.
O verbo que Marcos usa para descrever o gesto de
Jesus para com a sogra de Pedro, “levantar”, é o mesmo
usado para a ressurreição; ser curado por Jesus é muito
mais do que receber uma cura física, é uma cura que
leva a pessoa a uma vida renovada nele no dom de si e
no serviço desinteressado ao próximo: “e ela começou a
servi-los”.
Missa Domingo V Do Tempo Comum
O texto ainda nos diz que à tarde, “a cidade inteira se
reuniu em frente da casa” de Simão Pedro onde Jesus
estava hospedado e aí ele curou uma multidão de
pessoas doentes e expulsou muitos demônios; é um
gesto que claramente mostra o quanto Deus, em Cristo,
está próximo à dor humana, curando-a, assumindo-a
sobre si até a morte de cruz para vencê-la com a
Ressurreição.
O dia de Jesus é realmente intenso: em Cafarnaum, da
presença na sinagoga para ensinar ao encontro com a
multidão para curar, Jesus encontra também um tempo
para rezar, ter um encontro pessoal com o Pai: “de
madrugada, quando ainda estava escuro, Jesus se
levantou e foi rezar num lugar deserto”. Na verdade, com
esta informação, vemos a tensão que acompanha toda a
atividade de Jesus. O conflito entre aquilo que ele deve
cumprir porque o Pai lhe mandou e aquilo que as
pessoas esperavam dele. Os habitantes de Cafarnaum
queriam que ele ficasse o tempo com eles curando toda
pessoa que aparecesse enferma, mas Jesus abandona a
cidade para contrapor-se a errada interpretação da sua
missão. As curas são sinais, são manifestações do poder
e da bondade de Jesus, mas a sua vinda não tem como
finalidade última estas curas, mas o anúncio da plenitude
dos tempos, da chegada do Reino de Deus que se
demonstrará de maneira sublime com a sua
Ressurreição, ou seja, quando derrotar a morte. Assim, a
acolhida justa à mensagem de Jesus não consiste em
considerá-lo como um curandeiro, mas no dar ouvido ao
seu convite, converter-se, ter fé e confiar
incondicionalmente no poder de e na bondade de Deus.
É ele quem toma a iniciativa de ir ao encontro das
pessoas para pregar e expulsar toda a escravidão do
pecado. -Pe Carlos Henrique Nascimento
MINISTERIOS PARA A MISSA DOMINGO
CELEBRANTE:
Pe Antonio Reis
HOSPITALIDADE:
Maria Simas e Antonio Borba
MESTRE DE CERIMONIAS: Daniel Silva
MUSICA:
Maria Clementina, Jose Carreiro,
e João Silveira
CANTICOS:
Antonio Sousa, Isabel Reis, Rita
Fonte, Magarida Filipe, Lucia
Valdão, Filomena Vieira, Nasci
mento Ferreira, e Lucia Martins
LEITORES:
1a. leitura:
Teresinha Rodrigues
Salmo:
Teresinha Rodrigues
2a.
Manuel Alves
Oração dos Fieis:
Beatriz Bulcão
CORPO DE CRISTO: Celebrante e Daniel Silva
SANGUE DE CRISTO: Filomena e Jose Areias
USHERS:
Manuel Bulcão e Membros da
nossa comunidade.
INTENCAO DA MISSA: Parishioners
ANUNCIOS:
Isabel Reis
Paul Moreira
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