Old Mission San Juan Bautista Founded June 24, 1797

Old Mission San Juan Bautista
Founded June 24, 1797
P.O. Box 400, 406 Second Street, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045
Parish Website: www.oldmissionsjb.org
PARISH STAFF
Pastor:
Fr. Jerry Maher
[email protected]
Music Director:
Edward J. DeGroot
[email protected]
Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement:
Sisters Carmelita, Dolores, June, Loretta,
Maria and Teresa
Office Manager:
Ann McMahon
[email protected]
Secretary: (M, T, W)
Mary Sagun
MASS SCHEDULE † HORARIO DE MISAS
SATURDAY VIGIL, ENGLISH ….………………………...…...….……5:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, ENGLISH ………….………..………...….………..8:30 & 10:00 A.M.
DOMINGO, ESPAÑOL ……………………………………………1:00 DE LA TARDE
MONDAY-FRIDAY, ENGLISH ………….…….....8:00 AM, GUADALUPE CHAPEL
CONFESSIONS …………………………………..SATURDAYS, 4 P.M., CHAPEL
HOLY DAYS………………………………..…...….AS ANNOUNCED IN BULLETIN
Bulletin Editor
[email protected]
Secretary: (W, T. F)
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Julie Borges
Mary Edge
Religious Education Coordinator
[email protected]
Casa Maria Parish Hall Manager
[email protected]
Gift Shop/Visitor Center
[email protected]
Manager: Ana Silva
Gift Shop Retail Clerks:
Mary Anzar, Julie Borges, Lorraine
Castro, Benito Garcia and Marie Reed
Gardener:
Maintenance:
Housekeeping:
Juan Ceja
Dave Centeno
Rogelia Terrero
Bulletin Deadline Monday at 12 Noon. Please
include date, time, location along with contact
name & phone number. Fax to 831-623-2433 or
send via email to [email protected]
Parish Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
(closed 12 Noon - 1:00 pm for lunch)
Mission Gift Shop & Visitor Center
Open 7 days a week
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Contact Information
Parish Office…..831-623-2127
Parish Fax……..831-623-2433
Religious Education/Casa Maria ...831-623-4178
Gift Shop/Visitor Center………...….831-623-4528
Weddings or Baptisms
Contact the parish office or visit the parish website
(www.oldmissionsjb.org) for information.
Tips to keep our children safe: Please do not allow your children to leave
your sight while at church.
Do not allow them to go to the
restroom or out to the car alone. Children need to be supervised by a
parent or adult at all times while attending any church-related function.
Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 19, 2014
“Repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar,
and to God what belongs to God.”
— Matthew 22:21
OVERVIEW OF THE GOSPEL:
• This Sunday’s Gospel finds Jesus in Jerusalem just
days before his Passion. He continues to offer his opponents a chance to repent until the very end, even as they
conspire on how to destroy him.
• Taking common cause with the Pharisees, another
group, “the Herodians,” join the conspiracy against Jesus.
This group (mentioned in the Scriptures only twice in
Mark, and once in Matthew) were supporters of King Herod. They were comfortable with the Roman occupation
that kept Herod in power and from which they profited
economically.
• The Pharisees, on the other hand, despised the Romans
and Herod, and advocated passive resistance to their
rule. Two more unlikely allies could hardly be imagined.
• After insincerely trying to flatter Jesus (verse 16), the
Pharisees and the disciples of the Herodians attempt to
trick him into making a damaging statement (verse 17). If
Jesus had answered, “Pay the tax,” the Pharisees would
use it to discredit him before the people as a traitor to the
Jews. Had he said, “Don’t pay the tax,” the Herodians
would have turned him into the Romans as one advocating insurrection (as it turns out, even though he says the
opposite, he was falsely accused of this at his trial; see
Luke 23:2).
QUESTIONS of the Sundays Gospel
• In the Gospel Reading, why do the Herodians (allied to
Rome) and the Pharisees (admired and influential religious separatists) make strange partners? How is Jesus a
threat to each?
• What would the social or political consequences have
been if Jesus had simply said “Pay Caesar”? If he had
said “Don’t pay Caesar”?
• What does Jesus mean by his answer (verse 21)? What
should we give to God?
• What is Jesus teaching about the relationship between
Church and State? Which obligation is primary? Why?
• In your life, what belongs to Caesar? To God? How well
are you giving to each? What prevents you from giving to
God what is God’s? Catechism of the Catholic Church 546,796
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The LORD said to Cyrus, his anointed,
“I am the LORD, there is no other” (Isaiah 45:1, 4-6).
Psalm — Give the Lord glory and honor (Psalm 96).
Second Reading — Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy to the
church of the Thessalonians: We thank God always for all
of you (1 Thessalonians 1:1-5b).
Gospel — Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God
what is God’s (Matthew 22:15-21).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
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MASS COUNTS
It is that time of year when we must again ask that a
count be taken of the participants present at the vigil
and Sunday Masses in church for two (2) consecutive
weekends. We are requested by the USCCB to take
the counts in May and October of each year.
The counts will be taken the weekends of
October 18-19, 2014 & October 25-26, 2014
VFW POST 9242 Banner Program
V.F.W. Post 9242 is in the process of designing a
banner to HONER our local active duty military
personal. The banner will include the persons
name and branch of service. The program is going to be funded through local donations, which will allow
the purchase of the banners and the placement of the
banners at the Veterans Memorial Building. If you have
someone who is currently serving in the military or would
like more information on making a donation or sponsoring
a soldier flag please contact Post Commander Bernie
Ramirez at (831) 902 -7811 or send to V.F.W. Post 9242 P O Box 99 Hollister, Calif. 95023 Banner will be installed
twice a year, before Memorial Day & Veterans Day.
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS
The Altar of the Dead will be set up on October 29th in
the Church at the Guadalupe Altar. You are invited to
bring a photo or memento of any of your deceased loved
ones to place on the altar. The altar will remain throughout the month of November. If you would like your photo or article returned to you, please put your name and
phone number on the back. The Book of the Dead will
also be available. Please write in the names of your dearly departed who will be remembered in prayer throughout
the month of November.
Second Collections
October 19, 2014
Mission Sun Prop of Faith
October 26, 2014
Assessment
Monday
10/20/14
St. Paul of the Cross
Eph 2:1-10; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 12:13-21
Liturgical Minister Schedule
for the Weekend of October 25 and 26, 2014
Saturday, October 25—5:00 pm
Tuesday
10/21/14
Eph 2:12-22; Ps 85:9ab-14; Lk 12:35-38
MT: Tony Pedregon
L1: Marlene Hansen
EM: Fred Mikrut
EM: Peggy Neubauer
L2: John Duarte
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Wednesday Blessed John Paul II
Eph 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Lk 12:39-48
10/22/14
Thursday
10/23/14
St. John of Capistrano
Eph 3:14-21;Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19;
Lk 12:49-53
Friday
10/24/14
St. Anthony Mary Claret
Eph 4:1-6; Ps 24:1-4ab, 5-6; Lk 12:54-59
Saturday
10/25/14
Blessed Virgin Mary
Eph 4:7-16; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 13:1-9
Sunday
10/26/14
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51;
1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
Immaculate Conception Parish in Tres Pinos, CA
76th Annual Parish Barbecue On Sunday, October 19, 2014
12 Noon to 5PM —Dinner Adult tickets $15 / Child $8
BBQ chicken, pasta, salad, French bread,
pie and wine for adults.
Children's games, cake walk and raffle
with a 1st prize of $500
Sacred Heart School Hollister
Has an opening for a part-time position working with children Kindergarten through Eighth
grade. Monday - Friday after school. Hours
may vary. Please contact:
Sacred Heart Parish School Office at (831) 637-4157.
The Gift Shop-Mission San Juan Bautista
Is currently seeking to hire for a part-time-position. Availability to work weekends is a must. Bilingual in English
and Spanish is a plus, but not required. For more information visit the Gift Shop or call Ana at 831-623-4528.
JOURNEY OF THE SOUL Songs and stories inspired by
the ancient pilgrim trail to Santiago de Compostela across
Northern Spain. Join our own music minister, Jim Aceves,
as he relates his experiences walking the Camino de
Santiago. Jim will debut many new songs that he wrote
while on his journey. His Camino was dedicated to the
memory of his wife, Donna. The concert will be on, Sunday, Oct 19, at 4:00 PM in the Mission. For more information, contact Jim at (831) 726-1046 email at [email protected]
[email protected]
Friends of ‘Sula’ the Cat—the Gift Shop is
sad to announce that her cancer has returned.
At this time we are asking for assistance to care
for her. There will be veterinarian visits, mediations and any required treatments. Please call
the Gift Shop at 831–623-4528 if you wish to
help. Thank you in advance for your support!
Sunday, October 26 , 2014—8:30 am
MT: Leroy Todd
L1: Carol Andrijeski
EM: Joe Smith
L2: Vince Andrijeski
EM: Loryn Ross
Sunday, October 26, 2014—l0:00 am
MT: Rick Edge
L1: Anissa Dizon
EM: Renee Espinola
L2: Lupe Valdez
EM: Amanda Lopez
If you cannot make an assigned Mass,
please find a substitute from the current roster
PARISH MEETINGS …
LITURGY BOARD Meets first Tuesday of the month at 6:30
pm in the Teaching Center Library.
MISSION PRAYER GROUP Meets every Monday evening at 7
p.m. for music, fellowship, faith formation and prayer– and
this year, the study of Catholicism of the Catholic Church
in Room #2 of the teaching center. View an inspiration
film (call for location) on the second Monday of each
month. For more information, or to leave a prayer request, contact Betty Leaver at 831-578-0290 or email
[email protected] All are welcome!
AA MEETINGS Monday and Tuesday, Teaching Center,
Classroom #4, 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (R.C.I.A.)
If you are interested in becoming a Catholic (you’ve never
been baptized or you belong to a non-Catholic denomination), or if you have been baptized Catholic but have not
received any other Sacraments, RCIA gatherings will
begin on Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 6:30 pm in the
Teaching Center Room #2 Please contact the Parish
Office (831-623-2127) to register.
ROSARY AND DIVINE MERCY PRAYER in the Guadalupe
Chapel every Tuesday at 6:00 pm. All are welcome.
PRE-BAPTISM CLASSES Please call the Parish Office to
register for the class. All classes held in the Teaching
Center Library at the times listed below:
English: Second Saturday of the month at 9 am.
Spanish: Second Tuesday of the month at 6 pm.
ARISE SESSION SCHEDULES Parish Library Tuesdays
at 10:30am or Thursdays at 7:00 pm
Let Worldwide Marriage Encounter help protect your good marriage from the weeds of the modern world. The next Worldwide
Marriage Encounter Weekend will be held on October 24-26,
2014 at the St. Francis Retreat Center in San Juan Bautista,
CA. For more information call Mary Jo and Rich Castello, at
831-704-6322 ([email protected]) or register online at
centralcawwme.org.
LA VOZ LATINA
Vigésimo Noveno
Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
19 de octubre de 2014
“Den, pues, al César los que es del
César, y a Dios lo que es de Dios”.
— Mateo 22:21
TODO PERTENECE A DIOS
La primera lectura del profeta Isaías tiene que ver
con el rey persa Ciro, al que Dios llama “elegido”. Ciro
merece este título ya que acabó con la cautividad de los
judíos en Babilonia. No obstante, Jesús nos recuerda que
fue Dios quien dio a Ciro su poder. Quizás sea un gran
rey pero, “Yo soy el Señor, y no hay otro igual”, Dios dice
(Isaías 45:5).
El Evangelio de hoy también está relacionado con el
poder mundano. En el pasaje de Mateo vemos como los
fariseos intentan con artimañas que Jesús hable mal del
emperador. Su conocida respuesta es la perfecta réplica.
Al igual que los reyes de la antigüedad, el César debe ser
respetado dada su posición pero todo pertenece a Dios.
En la segunda lectura, Pablo da las gracias por todos
los que son fieles a Jesucristo y su Evangelio. También él
nos recuerda que nuestra llamada y el poder de ser fieles
provienen de Dios. © J.S. Paluch Co.
GUADALUPANA ASOCIACION -Estamos en el
proceso de iniciar una asociación Guadalupana
aquí en San Juan Bautista y los estamos
invitando a ser parte de ella. Si siente llamado
de Dios para una actividad en honor a nuestra
santísima Virgen, póngase en contacto con la
oficina de la Misión de San Juan Bautista. Deje
su nombre y dirección para comunicar nos con
ustedes. Dios los bendiga—Rafael Farfán y
Diacono José Valenzuela
MIRA QUIÉN HABLA
Cuando el dinero habla, la verdad calla.
—Proverbio ruso
PALABRAS Y OBRAS
Cuando la gente nos oye hablar sobre la palabra
de Dios, se maravillan ante su hermosura y poder; cuando ven cuan poco impacto tiene en nuestra vida diaria, se
ríen y hacen bromas sobre lo que decimos.
—Anónimo del siglo II d.C.
LA FAMILIA
Así como la familia avanza, así avanza la nación y
así avanza todo el mundo en el que vivimos.
—Beato Juan Pablo II
CATECISMO PARA ADULTOS Para todos los adultos los que
tienen 18 años de edad y mayores. ¿Tiene necesidad de
cumplir con su sacramento de la primera comunión y la
confirmación? Las clases tendrán lugar los jueves a las 6:30
pm en la Biblioteca de la Parroquia. Los interesados deberán
ponerse en contacto con la oficina parroquial para registrarse.
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
DATE
TIME
INTENTIONS
REQUESTED BY
Saturday
10/18/14
5:00 pm
†Dora Lee
Wilson
Don & Annette
Perry
Sunday
10/19/14
8:30 am
†Irma Agnoletti
Richard & Joan
Castro
10:00am
Martin Trung
Hung Nuygen
1:00 pm
†Parishioners
Monday
10/20/14
8:00 am
Communion
Service
Tuesday
10/21/14
8:00 am
†Anthony Bugaj
Wed.
10/22/14
8:00 am
†Maxine & Lloyd Don & Annette
Query
Perry
Thursday
10/23/14
8:00 am
†Enrique Gomez His Daughter
Friday
10/24/14
8:00 am
†Julia
Bocanegra
Chatley Family
Bocanegra
Children
PRAYER LIST
Please remember in your prayers all the sick and home bound, and those
who care for them, and for the men and women who serve in our military.
Pray especially for…
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Robbie Abreu, Manuel Angulo Sr., John V. Alnas, Todd Alnas, Ray Alnas,
Lupe Alvarado, Aurora Alvarado, Raymundo Avila, Rick Archibald, Caroline
Brewer, Lori Benett, John Biddick, Jim Bonifacino, Clari Brady, Tom Brown,
Morgan C. Buffaloe, John Cadelbert, Joseph & Naomi Cardoz, Anthony Carpio, Marilyn Castro, David & Martha Castro, Adeline Chantler, Sheila Cielinski,
Faira Clausen, Cynthia Clarke, Russ Critchfield, Dan Croteau, Daniel Deaver,
Rebecca Lynn DiGiorgio, Kathleen Eagan, Jamiel Estabrook, Juanita Estrellas, Orlando Farias, Marcy Ferrick, Rose Francisco Farias,Marie Florez, Alice
Freitas, Georgianna Froom, Felia Fuentez,Antonio D. Garcia, Jimmy Garcia,
Connie Gonzales , Grady Guinee, Ed Gonzales, David Guslani, Elias & Ester
Hernandez, Petra Hernandez, Rebecca Holthaus, Joe Haro, Stephanie Harbaugh, Casey Jasso, Dora Jimenez, John & Marina Jones, Apolinar Juarez,
Greta Justus, Clarence Kludt, Sean Kudla, Beck Keyser, John Lavagnino,
Shawna Lee, Jen Lopez, Maria Lopez, Colleen Lucas, Robert Maldonado, Roy
Mara,John McCurley,Diana McGrath, Ron McGrath,Eladio Mendoza, Mendoza Family, Juanita Mesa, Susan Mesa, Sue Mey, Mariah Monica, Roland
Muniz, Salvador Muniz, Georgie Munoz, Juanice McCain, Lydia Morales,
Paulita Ortiz, Josefina Padilla, Lloyd Pearce, Victoria Pena, Raymond Perez,
Pat St. John, Renee Phillips, Rosemary Pricolo, Norma Prospero, Linda Rafael, Luz T. Ramirez, Veronica Ramirez, Caroyln Reed, Betty Righello, Penny
Rivera, Vivian Rodriguez, Angel Rosado, Jesus Ruvalcaba, Roberto Sbordoni,
Terry Schmith, Stu Shininger, Wayne Thalls, Leann Torrosor, Deanna
Vasquez, Maria del Rufugio Vasquez, Alice Velasco, Raymond Valasco, Barbara Vasquez, Irene Villegas, Junior Valencia, Randy Wing, Isabel Ybarra
Names will remain on the Prayer List for three months . If someone’s name
is removed and they are still in need of prayer, please call the Office (6232127) and we will put them back on the Prayer List for an additional 3 months
MISSION PARKING AREAS
Additional parking is available:
- Parish Office parking lot
- Mission’s lot on the corner of Second and
San Jose Streets.(Enter thru the Parish office lot)
Please note-The State Park closes their gate after the
last Mass at the front of the Church.
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