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The 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 27, 2010
Parish Office — 595-0385
Parish Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
School 596-2754
Principal – Sr. John Paul, O.P. ext. 213
School Office Hours
M – F: 7:30am - 3:30pm
Social Ministry/Outreach Office:
599-3950
“We find Christ here. We bring Christ to the world.”
100 Harpersville Road - Newport News, Virginia 23601
www.olmc.org
Pregnancy Helpline — 870-3131
PARISH STAFF EXTENSIONS
Pastor
Rev. Kenneth Wood
112
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Peter T. Tran
114
Deacon
Rev. Mr. Bernie Taylor
103
Pastoral Associate
Janet Hassan
120
Facilities Manager
Hart Smith
121
Social Ministry Coordinator
Tina Wandersee
118
Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5th grade)
Christa Blomstrom
119
Youth Minister (Gr. 6-12) & Young Adult Coordinator
Steve Branning
128
Music Coordinator
Kelly Soprano
117
Liturgy Coordinator
Julie Hall
115
Hispanic Ministry Coordinator
Francisco Anleu
136
Family Life Director (Pastoral Care)
Jennifer DelCorso
129
Business Manager
Patty Nicholas
122
Food Service Manager (St. Michael Hall)
John Chesney
140
Administrative Assistants
Eileen Mazary (Website/Bulletin)
116
Carla Weimer (Parishioner Records)
126
Receptionists/Mass Intentions
Cathy Luth/Kitty Barnett
101
Maintenance Technician
Bill Johnson
111
CNU Catholic Campus Minister
Mary Lynn Murphy
123
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am ~ 10:00am ~ 4:00pm
2:00pm — (en Español)
Weekdays: Monday:
7:00am
Tuesday:
6:30pm
Wednesday: 8:15am
Thursday:
7:00am
6:30pm (en Español)
Friday:
8:15am
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00pm
or privately by appointment.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
th
The 14 Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 4
Reading I: Isaiah 66: 10 - 14c
The Lord’s power shall be known.
Reading II: Galatians 6: 14 - 18
I boast of nothing but the cross!
Gospel:
Luke 10: 1 - 12, 17 - 20
I am sending you as lambs.
Adults: To what part of the harvest are you being sent? What
are you being called to do for the Reign of God?
Youth: Jesus sent the disciples out into the world, but told
them that it wouldn’t be an easy job. How have you shared
your faith with others this past week? What were the risks for
you?
Children: How do you let others know about your faith?
BULLETIN NOTICES AND ADVERTISING
All information must be sent to the parish office no later than
8AM on Mondays. Please use e-mail if at all possible and send to:
[email protected] If you would like to advertise on the back of
the bulletin, please call J. S. Paluch at 1-800-524-0263.
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TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME WITH FR KEN!
Grab your glove and join Fr. Ken for a
trip to Washington, DC to see the
National’s play the Atlanta Braves.
Where:
Washington, DC
at National’s Park
When: Thursday July 29, 2010.
Game starts at 12:35PM; Bus leaves OLMC
Parking Lot at 8:00AM
Transportation:
Charter Bus Service
Cost:
Tickets (includes park admission and transportation to and from the game on a charter bus)
will be:
Upper deck outfield ~ $40
Upper deck 1st base line ~ $55
Prices w/o transportation:
$12 & $25 respectively
Tickets are on sale at the OLMC Parish Store. First
come, first served. Get them fast before they are gone!
This Week at OLMC
June 27 - July 4
SUNDAY
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
MASS
MASS
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
MASS
MONDAY
7:00 AM
6:00 PM
MASS
Social Ministry Meeting
TUESDAY
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
MASS
Initiation Programs
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Chapel
Lukas Schmidt Suite
Chapel
Commons Meeting Space
WEDNESDAY
8:15 AM MASS
7:00 PM Encounters Team Info Night
Worship Center
SMH
THURSDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Chapel
6:30 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Chapel
7:00 PM SPRED Meeting
Commons Meeting Space
FRIDAY
8:15 AM
MASS
SATURDAY
8:00 AM Men’s Book Study
3:00 PM Reconciliation
5:00 PM MASS
SUNDAY
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
MASS
MASS
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
MASS
Chapel
Lukas Schmidt Suite
Reconciliation Room
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Liturgy News
How many lay ministries are involved
in the celebration of our Sunday liturgies? If your answer is 12, then you are
correct. Well, almost, since we will be
starting a new ministry soon. The contributions of many parishioners are
needed each week so that we can gather
together as a community in prayer. The
parish needs you to volunteer to serve in its liturgical ministries. The variety of ministries allows for your participation in
a manner that is best for your schedule.
At present, our greatest need is for Intercessory Writers, Linen
Ministry, Mass Coordinators, Sacristans, and Wine Ministry.
Intercessory Writers prepare the Prayer of the Faithful for our
weekend liturgies. This ministry is time-flexible and can be
performed at home; ideally this would be on a 6 – 8 week rotation. In the Linen Ministry, another at home ministry, ministers will clean and press the altar linens and purificators used
each week, again a 6 – 8 week rotation is desired. Mass Coordinators are needed to help liturgies flow smoothly. Their
oversight ensures that the church and its ministers are prepared
for the celebration. A commitment of 1 or 2 liturgies a month
is appreciated. Sacristans generally spend about 2 hours once
a month doing light housekeeping. The primary tasks are
maintaining a fresh supply of Holy Water in the various fonts
and votive candles in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. The
Wine Ministry is new to the parish. We need parishioners to
provide wine for use in the liturgies; ideally this would be on a
quarterly rotation.
Whether you are new to the parish or you have been a longtime member, please consider joining a liturgical ministry. For
further information or to sign up please contact Julie Hall, ext.
115 or [email protected]
Eucharistic Ministry Team Leaders
July 3 & 4
5:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
Helen Cvik & Martie Ann King
Rocky Garcia & Rolande Phillips
Tammy Waldroup & Marianne Quantz
Rafael & Mildred Benet
Joe Harris & Tom Hale
5:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
Judy Darling & Rolande Phillips
Teresa McGee & Shirley Lindsay
Shorty & Lisette Melendez
Rafael & Mildred Benet
Martie Ann King & Gina Kietlinski
July 10 & 11
Junior & Senior Youth Groups
UPCOMING SUMMER EVENTS FOR TEENS:
Steubenville in Atlanta - July 15 - 18
Diocesan Youth Conference (DYC) - July 23 - 25
Eastern Shore Work Camp - the first week of August
Contact Steve Branning at the Parish Office for information on
these trips. They are a great experience and are opened to those
entering ninth grade next year through current seniors.
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CLiFF
(Community Lifelong intergenerational Faith Formation)
Young Adults
Adult Faith Formation
SERVICE OPPORTUNITY: Bethlehem Farm in WV has openings for our Adult Week happening July 25-31. An Adult
Week at the farm is an opportunity to incorporate the gospel
values of service, prayer, simplicity, & community in your
daily life. You'll have chances to serve the local community,
work in our sustainable garden, make homemade meals, celebrate Mass and participate in other forms of personal & communal prayers, and build community with people from all over
the country. The costs for the week is $250 per person and is
open to groups or individuals who are 18 or over. If you are
interested, or would like to find out more, please contact Andy
Rebollar, [email protected] or visit our website at
www.bethlehemfarm.net.
LIVING CHRIST ENCOUNTERS TEAM Training sessions begin
JUNE 30TH. The first training session for those interested in
serving on a team for a “LIVING CHRIST ENCOUNTER”
will be on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30TH AT 6:30 PM. If you
would like more information on this ministry please contact
Janet Hassan at the Parish Office, ext. 120.
Inclusive Ministries
SPECIAL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: Do you have a special love
for people with intellectual or cognitive disabilities? An exciting new opportunity for ministry to our oftenmarginalized brothers and sisters is coming to Our Lady of Mt.
Carmel. Special Religious Education (SPRED) forms small
adult communities of faith into which our special friends of all
ages are welcomed. Please consider whether the Lord is calling
you to offer the gift of yourself in this ministry. Two informal
get-acquainted sessions will be held on July 1 and July 15 at
7:00 PM in the Commons Meeting Space. All are welcome please contact Dave Dwyer at 817-5960 or Christa Blomstrom
at 595-0385 for further information.
Children’s Faith Formation
VBS: HIGH SEAS EXPEDITION!
Thank you for your response!
All of our volunteer positions have been filled!
VBS: Still time to register children
for our High Seas Expedition!
Join the fun and adventure as we learn about God through
songs and prayer, make Bible Point crafts and bring our
Catholic faith to life in fun and memorable ways! Click on the
High Seas logo at www.olmc.org to register!
VBS: Decorating Day!
Saturday, July 3, 9:00AM-3:00PM
Come help create the High Seas for our upcoming VBS voyage
in July. Artist and non-Artists alike are needed to create an
amazing backdrop for the voyage, so come dressed to paint!
Any time you can spare to lend a hand will be greatly
appreciated! All ages are welcome!
VBS: Barrel of Supplies Needed!
We’re gathering a boatload of snack and craft supplies for all
the kids who come to our High Seas Expedition! PLEASE
TAKE A BARREL FROM OUR DISPLAY BOARDS IN
THE COMMONS AND DONATE THE REQUESTED
ITEMS. The items can be returned before the weekend of July
3rd and 4th to the large bin in the Commons marked: VBS.
Thank you for your support of VBS through your donations!
MEN’S BOOK STUDY The next meeting of the Men’s Book
Study will be this Saturday, July 3 at 8:00 in the Lukas Schmidt
Suite of Manion Hall. Future meeting dates are: July 17 & 31
and August 14 & 28.
SUMMER BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP Beginning on Thursday
evening, JULY 29TH for 5 weeks join our Book Discussion
Group. The discussion will run from 6:15 pm to 7:45 pm. You
can drive home before dark!
The Book chosen for this summer’s gathering is: MY LIFE
with the SAINTS by James Martin, SJ. Fr. Martin encompasses saints throughout Christian history---from St. Peter to
Dorothy Day, St. Francis to Mother Teresa---and chronicles his
lifelong relationship with them. His witty, vibrant, and stirring
stories will enable us to discover how the saints guide us
throughout our earthly journeys and how they help each of us
find holiness in our own lives. This book has won the Catholic
Press Association Book Award, the Christopher Award and
Publisher’s weekly Best Book of the Year Award. Books will
be ordered through the parish for $12.00. To order a book,
please call Janet, ext. 120 or [email protected]
Initiation Programs
R.C.I.A
(The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, Youth & Children)
An Amazing Journey Awaits You!
Have you been thinking about learning more about the Catholic
Church? Is there someone you’d like to explore the Catholic
Faith? Do you need to complete your Sacraments of Initiation?
Please consider taking this important journey of faith. Through
lectures, discussions, prayer, community activity you can explore all aspects of the Catholic Faith and discern the Lord’s
direction for your life. New Inquiry groups are forming. Sessions are held 3 Tuesday evenings a month from 7 – 8:30 pm.
The next meeting is TUESDAY, JUNE 22ND in St. Michael
Hall. For more information contact [email protected] or call
the parish office, ext. 120.
Children’s Catechumenate
This process is for Children and Youth who wish to explore the
Catholic faith or complete their Sacraments of Initiation. This
includes those ages 7 -17 who are:
•
Unbaptized
•
Baptized in another Christian faith and exploring
Catholicism
•
Older children and youth baptized catholic but did not
complete first communion.
Please call Janet at the parish office, ext. 120 for more details.
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Parish Store Ministry
Social Ministry
The Parish Store will be open before and after Masses
whenever possible. Currently we are seeking volunteers to
cover the store for the following Masses:
rd
th
• 10am Sunday Mass for the 3 & 4 Sundays of the month
th
• 4pm Sunday Mass for the 4 Sunday of the month
th
• 8am, 10am, and 4pm Sunday Mass for the 5 Sunday of
the month
The store will be closed at those times until new volunteers step forward. If you would like to volunteer to help
at the store during one Mass per month for 15-30 minutes
before and after Mass, please contact Sharon at
[email protected]
With thankful Hearts we wish to express our joy
in receiving the food this past week for our Pantry!
We asked and you gave.
To the families who provided the much needed syrup,
beef stew, cake mix, and jell-o a great big thank you!
To those families who thought to bring personal care
items and mayonnaise, and fruit snacks… we thank you!
Children will be excited to receive
the fruit snacks, cereal and assorted chips.
Thank you OLMC Parishioners!
Healing Ministry
CARD MINISTER: Do you have the gift of writing encouraging
notes to others? Please consider joining our card ministry by
contacting Jen Del Corso ext. 129.
OLD OR UNUSED RELIGIOUS ITEMS: Do you have religious
items that you don’t want to throw away but do no want anymore? Please consider donating them by placing them in the
large basket in the commons meeting space. Thank you.
HOMEBOUND OR IN THE HOSPITAL? Do you know someone
who is homebound and cannot get to Mass? Do you know that
you are going to be in the hospital for an upcoming surgery or
to deliver a baby? Please let us know so that we can make sure
you receive Eucharist. Simply contact Cathy at the front desk
or call/email Jen Del Corso ext. 129 or [email protected]
Family Life Ministry
MARRIAGE MOMENT: Each couple has a
story. What's yours? This week take some
time to reflect on the last 5, 10, 15 or
20+ years. What have been the highlights? The challenges? What would you
do differently knowing what you know now and what memories were your favorite? Together, you can narrate the your
story as a couple and why/how you are who you are today because of your spouse.
FEELING LIKE AN OUT OF CONTROL PARENT? Mary Immaculate is offering free parenting classes based on 1-2-3 magic
series on Wednesdays 10am-12noon, July 14-Aug 4. Free
childcare is available. Call 886-6511 to register.
Manna Parish Fundraiser
if you're new to the parish, come on by the Manna table
after any weekend Mass and ask us about Manna - or
give a call to the parish office; we'd love to tell you all
about our parish fundraiser. And to all your faithful
Manna users - Thank you for supporting our parish
fundraiser!
Reflecting Christ
TI-AMO Club… Thank you for your
continued and ongoing support of the Pantry!
You helped to stock the cupboards and we appreciate
all you do and have done for this ministry!
Continue to remember the pantry when you come to Mass
Over the past month your support has provided food
for over 26 families in Newport News.
We are still in need of:
Juice, Crackers, Cake Mix/Frosting
Very specifically for infants:
Similac Advance Infant Formula
Opportunity to Act with Justice
Coming Next Month!
Migrant Ministry, Eastern Shore
July 20 & 27 and August 3 & 10
Those interested in traveling with the team to the
Eastern Shore or those who wish to make a donation
of personal hygiene items, socks, and/or small toys for
children can contact: Carmen Lane at 869-8389
We invite you to come and see what OLMC
Social Ministry offers to our Community!
Contact Tina: [email protected] or ext 118.
If you know of someone who needs assistance
with necessities during pregnancy
or during the first 18 months after the birth of a child,
please refer them to Pregnancy Solutions at 870-3131.
We offer free pregnancy screenings as well.
PHARMACY OUTREACH PROGRAM
Need assistance with your prescriptions? If you don’t have
prescription insurance and have a limited income you may qualify for our pharmacy program. Please call a volunteer at the
Pharmacy Outreach (595-0385, ext. 127) to see if we can help.
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OLMC Community News
PARISH COUNCIL DISCERNMENT A discernment for parishioners interested in serving on the Parish Council will be held on
Saturday, July 10 from 9:00 AM until approximately 12 Noon.
Nominations will be accepted in the boxes in the Commons
through June 27. Any confirmed parishioner 18 and older is
invited to discern. Young adults are encouraged to attend.
Ladies of Carmel
Garage Sale
Everyone Can Help!
Save your saleable discards.
Items needed:
Kitchenware: pots & pans, dishes, glasses, silverware
Domestics: linens, fabric
Gift Items: jewelry, pictures
Outdoor Items: plants, equipment
Books, Baked Goods
Baby items, Toddler & Baby Clothing
Bring items to the school gym the week of the sale.
AND
Shop with us on July 17 for the best bargains in town!
VIRTUS
VIRTUS TRAINING
The VIRTUS - Protecting All God's Children® program has
been adopted by the Catholic Diocese of Richmond to ensure
safe environments for children and youth in all parishes,
schools and diocesan programs. To register, log on to the website of the Diocese of Richmond or follow the link: http://
www.richmonddiocese.org/VirtusTraining.htm
What can we answer for you?
E-mail any questions you have about our parish,
the Catholic faith, why we do what we do, etc. to
[email protected]
?
Community News
ATTENTION RECENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES !
The Diocese of Richmond’s Office of Campus and Young
Adult Ministry is asking for your address. If you are attending
a college or university in Virginia, the information will be forwarded to campus ministers who will welcome you to the campus and let you know what opportunities there may be for
you. If you are entering the work force and remaining in the
area, your name will be forwarded to regional young adult committees. These groups will welcome you to their activities. The
link for 2010 High School Graduates to get the form is
www.richmonddiocese.org/cyam/.
Community News, cont.
BLOOD DRIVE A Blood Drive will be held
at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 12742
Nettles Drive on Wednesday, July 7 from
2:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Blood reserves are
critical. All types are needed.
METANOIA: 6-DAY SILENT DIRECTED RETREAT,
July 11-16, 2010, The Well Retreat Center. Come away from
life’s routine to rest, relax, reflect, and renewal your love relationship with God, neighbor and self. Details: call Linda Ashe
at 757-255-2366 or email [email protected]
HOST FAMILY NEEDED Seeking host families for the ‘10-’11
school year for international students. Students will be attending Peninsula Catholic High School and Walsingham Academy.
Host families receive a monthly stipend of $450 to help defray
the cost of having an additional person in the home. Students
come with their own insurance and spending money. Some
Southside areas have satellite bus services. There is local, 24hour emergency support. If you are interested or if you would
like more information on hosting a student at a later time,
please contact: Maxine Williams, International Private School
Program Nacel Open Door, 430-8487 or [email protected]
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Yorktown is seeking a
part-time bookkeeper (20-25 hours/week) to handle the accounting duties for the parish. The primary function of this position is to provide day-to-day financial support services including: accounts payable, payroll processing, tax payments, deposits, maintaining parishioner tithing records, providing requested
reports and statements, and providing occasional general office
support. Specific requirements for the bookkeeping position
include: Associates degree in accounting or related field, strong
interpersonal skills, proven ability to work under general supervision, three+ years of experience in bookkeeping, ability to
meet deadlines and solid computer skills. Existing knowledge
of Parish Data Systems is preferred, as is a general knowledge
of the structure and functioning of the Catholic Church. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume and
Diocesan application to: Nancy Matthews, St. Joan of Arc
Catholic Church, 315 Harris Grove Ln, Yorktown, VA, 23692.
St. Mary Star of the Sea School in Hampton has an opening
for Spanish enrichment teacher and Spanish I teacher. Part
time position teaching Spanish enrichment to PK-8th grade.
Candidates should have VA licensure and experience teaching
Spanish to children. Application can be downloaded at
www.saintmarystarofthesea.com
Langley Air Force Base is seeking to hire a Youth Coordinator to oversee a large dynamic youth ministry program for high
school aged participants enrolled in grades 9-12. This position
is 30 hrs. per week which includes sessions scheduled twice
monthly on Sundays. Interested applicants need to pick up a
Statement of Work (job description) from the Langley Chapel
Religious Education Office located at 633 ABW / HC; 180
Dodd Blvd. Langley Air Force Base 23665-1996. This position
is being promoted June 14 – July 2. Deadline for application is
Friday July 2. Point of Contact is Mrs. Anne Spencer, Langley
Chapel Catholic Director of Pastoral Ministries, 764-3326.
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Sunday, June 27, 2010
8:00 – Bruce Allen Michaloski
10:00 – Bob & Pat Myers
45th Anniversary
2:00 – For the People of the Parish
4:00 – Lopé Pilé
Follow
me
Ann & Art Russnow
The Myers Family
The Pilé Family
Mon – (7am) Patrick T. Boyle
Bob & Nancy Curran
Tue – (6:30pm) Clara Degrafenreid
The Asmar Family
Wed – (8:15am) Mary Sullivan
St. Mary’s Guild
Thur – (7am) Joseph Daloney
Ann & Jack Svelan
(6:30pm) 1st Anniversaries for July:
Loras E. Albang (7/1/09)
Ernest Williams (7/22/09)
Stan McCaughan (7/5/09)
Doloris Sessoms (7/26/09)
Rita Voitlein (7/11/09)
Domenik Castagna (7/27/09)
Doris Lauffs (7/14/09)
Mary Barbara Haskins (7/29/09)
Samantha Visalden (7/17/09)
Fri – (8:15am) Patricia Whitecavage
Ginger Stay
Saturday, July 3, 2010
5:00 – Marco Pennington
Family
Sunday, July 4, 2010
8:00 – Joseph Bouchard
10:00 – Jolyn Rivenbark
2:00 – For the People of the Parish
4:00 – The Bimler Family
Celeste Bouchard
The Blomstrom Family
Worship Center Flowers
Flowers in the Worship Center this weekend are given by Jack
& Ann Svelan in memory of Steve Svelan.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School News
VIRTUS Please remember that your VIRTUS accounts need to be up to date to remain valid. Please use
the summer to catch up with any unread bulletins. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Hill in
the front office.
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS Summer office hours for the school office are Monday-Thursday 9:00am2:00pm. The office will be closed on Fridays. These hours are in effect through August 13th.
SUMMER READING LISTS Summer reading lists and the calendar for the 2010-2011 school year are
available online at www.olmc-school.com.
SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS Supply lists broken down by grade for the 2010-2011 school year are available online at www.olmcschool.com.
COACH NEEDED OLMC School is looking for a volunteer to coach the Cross Country team this fall. The team is comprised of 5
-8 grade girls and boys. They complete in 4 meets during the season. If you are interested please contact Mrs. Race at 596-2754,
ext 234 or [email protected]
SUMMER COLLECTION Even though the Farm Fresh Receipts program takes the summer off, we can still continue to collect the
Box Tops, Tyson's, Camp bells and the Coke Rewards Program has announced they will extend their program for another school
year! So please keep collecting these items throughout the summer. You can save all your items until school starts in the fall or
you can bring them to the school office and I will be checking the containers throughout the summer.
MANNA FOR TUITION The Manna you purchase from the Parish can help OLMC School AND can help you pay tuition. Go to
www.olmc-school.com/mannaflyer.pdf for more information about how this works.
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27 de Junio del 2010
DECIMO TERCER DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
PARROQUIA NUESTRA SEÑORA
DEL CARMEN
Ministerio Hispano
Coordinador: Francisco Anleu
TEL. Oficina: (757) 595-0385 Ext. 136
TEL. Celular: (757) 846-0628
Misas en Español
Domingos: 2:00 PM y Jueves: 6:30 PM
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO:
REQUISITOS.
Estar inscritos en la Parroquia.
Registrarse con los catequistas para asistir a las charlas.
Los niños tienen que ser menores de 7 años.
PADRINOS:
Estar inscritos en la parroquia.
Si es un solo padrino, debe tener mas de 16 años y haber recibido el sacramento de la Confirmación, esto aplica para padrinos
solteros. (hombre o mujer)
Si están casados, deben presentar la Constancia del Matrimonio
religioso.
Si no son miembros de esta parroquia, deben presentar una
constancia de la Iglesia en donde asisten para demostrar su actividad religiosa.
EASTERN SHORE.
Próximamente se estarán realizando las actividades de la visita
a los trabajadores migrantes en
el Eastern Shore. Padre Ken y
los que quieran acompañarle
estarán visitando en los días
martes a las cinco de la tarde 20
y 27 de Julio, 3 y 10 de agosto.
Si alguien esta interesado en
acompañarnos por favor de contactar a Carmen Lane - 869-8389 . También son agradecidos cualquier donación para los trabajadores, con siempre
se han llevado artículos de higiene personal, calcetines, pequeños juguetes para niños y niñas. Favor de estar pendientes de la información.
Expediciones en Alta Mar
Nuestra Señora del Carmen
Escuela de Biblia en Vacaciones
Desde el Lunes, 12 de Julio hasta el Viernes 16 de Julio
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Voluntarios y Participantes:
Registrarse online en olmc.org
Para Detalles: Lleve un Folleto con Información!!!
Si el niño ya es mayor de siete años, favor de consultar al catequista, para el programa de CICCA, ó llamar a Francisco Anleu. Ver teléfono arriba.
LAS PROXIMAS CHARLAS DE BAUTISMOS
SE REALIZARAN EL DIA DOMINGO 22 DE AGOSTO,
A LAS 11 DE LA MAÑANA
ACTIVIDADES PARA LOS JOVENES:
23 Y 25 de Julio, Conferencia Diocesana de Jóvenes, DYC.
Esta será celebrada en Richmond Convención Center y estarán
hospedados, en Hilton Garden Inn, cruzando la calle. El costo
es de $195.00. Si alguien se registra antes del 15 de Mayo,
tendrá un descuento de $15.00
Julio 15 y 18, Hay un Retiro en Steubenville, Atlanta, GA.
Solo 8 Jóvenes mujeres y 8 Barones pueden ir de nuestra parroquia. Favor de contactar a Christina Chapman, si están interesados. El costo de este retiro es de $225 con un deposito de $50
Favor de contactar al coordinador para poder obtener información acerca de como asistir sin tener que pagar, hay varias actividades que se están organizando para recaudar fondos, infórmate y se uno de los beneficiados.
MISAS EL DIA JUEVES. Hermanos y Hermanas, le invitamos a que nos acompañe los días Jueves a las 6:30 PM. Se
celebra la Santa Eucaristía.
ESCUELA DE BIBLIA EN VACACIONES PARA NIÑOS.
ESPEDICIONES EN ALTA MAR.
Desde el Lunes 12 al 16 de Julio de 9 a 12 de la Mañana
LUNES: La Palabra de Dios es Verdadera!
Dios libera a Pedro de la Prisión
Hechos: 12: 1-19
MARTES: La Palabra de Dios es Consoladora!
Dios consuela a Pablo en una tormenta en el mar.
Hechos: 27
MIERCOLES: La palabra de Dios es Sorprendente!
Pablo sobrevive a la mordedura de una serpiente venenosa.
Hechos: 28 1:10
JUEVES: La palabra de Dios, cambia la Vida!
Pedro y Juan, enseñan acerca de Jesús.
Hechos 3: 1-4: 12
VIERNES: La palabra de Dios es para todos!
La comunidad de los que creen, comparten.
Hechos 2: 42-47
Recoge un folleto para mas información. Te esperamos.
Ministerio de Educación Religiosa para Niños.