Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor Weekend Masses Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Parochial Vicar

November 9, 2014
Catholic Church
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Maynard Nagengast, OSB, and Rev. Bernard N. Mohan (Visiting Priests)
Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:30 PM, Sunday 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 Noon and 5 PM (in Spanish)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Fridays after 11 AM Mass with Benediction at 3:45 PM
Daily Masses
7:30 AM and 11 AM (except Saturday)
Miraculous Medal Novena after Masses on Wednesdays
Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30 PM to 4:15 PM on Saturdays and
after 7:30 AM and 11:00 AM Masses
on Thursdays
Our rectory hours
Monday thru Friday 8 AM-12:00 PM
1 PM-3 PM (Tuesdays til 6 PM)
Happy Veteran’s Day!
See inside for parishioners’ stories of
happy homecomings!
215 Crescent Pkwy, Sea Girt, NJ 08750 Phone 732-449-6364 Fax 732-449-1646 Web
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Mass Intentions
Monday, November 10
Pope St. Leo the Great
7:30 AM † Joan B. Mabbitt
† John and Joyce Sheridan
† Dorothy Kressman
11:00 AM † Anthony Campi
† Catherine Walsh
† Robert Stark
Alice and Don Healy
Mariclare and Bill Lesniak
St. Mark's Parish Family
St. Mark's Prayer Shawl Ministry
Nancy Introcaso
Tuesday, November 11
7:30 AM † Myles J. Gilsenan, Jr.
† Stephan and Michael Dushnick
† Martin Brennan
11:00 AM Living & Deceased Social Concerns
Wednesday, November 12
St. Josaphat
7:30 AM † Victor Thomas Bini
† Margaret Place
† Anna Mae Vacaro
11:00 AM † Sister Anne Powers
Special Intention Charlene Hanson
† Lorraine Kohrmann
Thursday, November 13
Lynne and Victor Russomanno
St. Mark's Parish Family
Marianne and Philip Napolitano
John Burke
Flo Guippone
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
7:30 AM Special Intention Paul H.
† Bud Derrickson
† Victor Bini
11:00 AM † Gunning and McLaughlin Families
† James Nugent Perry
† Raymond G. Smith
Joan Murphy
Joanne and Richard Gibson
Josephine and Richard Russo
Pat McLaughlin
Alice Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Randazzo, Jr.
Friday, November 14
7:30 AM † Mary McNulty
† Judge William and Viola Camarata
† Josephine and Tom Santella
11:00 AM Special Intention Chris Gilsenan
† F. Raymond Morris
† Donald Fertal
Mary Lou Lytle
Kathleen Santella
Myles Gilsenan
Robert J. Schuster
Kapcsos Family
Saturday, November 15
7:30 AM † Anna Merck
† Theresa Flaherty
† William and Eileen Motzenbecker
4:30 PM † Ertle and Coldford Families
† Karen Servin
† Helen Ehrle
Sunday, November 16
Saake Family
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Kathy and Bob Flammer
Russo Family
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 AM For the People of the Parish
10:00 AM † Caroline Luizza
† Norbert VanBergen
† Joseph Miele, Sr.
12:00 PM † Daniel Mechlinski
† Dominic A. Introcaso, Jr. M.D
† Gloria Abraham
5:00 PM Special Intention Guadalupe Sanchez
Special Intention Silvestre Fierro
† Valentin and Felicita Medina
Lembo Family
VanBergen Family
Frank and Susan Sharp
Mechlinski Family
Introcaso Family
Millie and Sally Abraham
Husband and Daughters
Carmen Medina and Family
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Homecomings by Joanne Gibson
Lt. Col. Chris Kemper is the nephew of St. Mark’s
parishioner, John Kemper, and a 4th generation military
officer in his family. His great-grandfather served under
Admiral George Dewey in the US Navy in 1888.
Deployed on his 5th tour of duty in Afghanistan last
January, this Kemper has spent many months away from
his young family. When he returned safely in September
on his birthday, he delivered an American flag to his
daughters’ school. Unaware that their dad had come
home, his two daughters, who are 5 and 8, were asked to
raise the flag at their school that day. While students
sang the National Anthem, the girls raised the flag, then
out came their dad for a joyous reunion. His wife, Molly,
told news reporters, “It’s amazing to have that family
connection. It was important we share this. He’s doing this for
the country, and that’s what we do.”
Speaking of family ties, John’s cousin was the late
Fr. Benedict Groeschel. John’s father was in car sales
when Fr. Benedict received Rome’s approval to start a
new order, the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal.
Fr. Benedict needed a sturdy, rugged truck for the
mission. His requirements were non-negotiable. It had to
be a practical vehicle that would not draw attention.
Finding one seemed an impossible task, yet Fr. Benedict
was unfazed, “Don’t worry. It will show up!” Unaware of the
conversation, one of the dealership’s office workers
approached John’s father the next day with an unusual
request. Her father had died and she needed to sell his
truck. It was a bit beaten up but ran well. She asked if
John’s father could help her. Of course, it matched the
description of Fr. Benedict’s request to a T! When the
truck was delivered to him, even the monk expressed his
surprise, “That didn’t take you very long!”
Jack Geiger served in the Philippines during World War 2.
The war had ended in Europe but the baƩle conƟnued in the
Pacific. Jack’s mother wrote to him that she wanted him
home for Christmas. Sadly, she told him that his sister, Ruth,
had said it was impossible. Troops who had been staƟoned in
Europe were being redeployed to the Pacific theater. Ruth
recommended to their mom to pray a novena. She explained
that if she made her prayerful request in the state of grace,
God might answer her prayer. That very day, Jack’s mother
began a novena and prayed that her young son be home by
Christmas. She later wrote to Jack on the warfront to tell him
what she had done. He sƟll has the leƩer!
In mid-October, 1945, Jack found himself on a troop
ship headed to San Francisco. Upon arrival a few weeks
later, the group was transferred to an army camp in
California to await their new orders. When a troop train
arrived, the soldiers were instructed to get onboard to
return to their base camps. AŌer making another train
connecƟon to cross the country, Jack arrived at
Ft. Monmouth in the late aŌernoon of Christmas Eve.
There he was assigned a bunk in the barracks and told to
stay overnight because he would be honorably discharged
the following day. But Jack had a final mission to accomplish.
He walked out to the front gate of the fort.
A few cars drove past him before someone stopped,
“Where you heading, soldier?”
“East Orange, sir.”
“That’s not where I’m headed but I’m going to take
you anyway. Jump in!”
About an hour later, he rang the doorbell at his
mother’s home. The impossible had happened.
Her son was home by Christmas!
St. Mark’s has been praying for Lt. Col. Kemper and we are thankful
to God for his safe return. On this Veteran’s Day, we would like to
ask you to continue to pray for those still on our list on page 4.
Msgr. Sean Flynn is pleased to announce that Bishop O’Connell has assigned Deacon Michael Keary, formerly from the Archdiocese of Newark,
to St. Mark’s. Deacon Keary and his wife now reside in Spring Lake Heights. Please join the pastor in welcoming him to the parish!
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12 Their fruit will be for food, and
their leaves for healing.
Psalm 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9 God is our refuge and our
strength, an ever-present help in distress.
1 Corinthians 3:9c-11, 16-17 If any one destroys God's
temple, God will destroy him. For God's temple is holy,
and that temple you are.
John 2:13-22 And making a whip of cords, he drove
them all, with the sheep and oxen, out of the temple;
and he poured out the coins of the money-changers and
overturned their tables.
What’s Inside?
November Prayer Petitions .................................... 5
Please Help! Only 11 Days Left!!! ........................... 5
Photos from All Saints’ Celebration ...................... 6
Regular Features
■ Liturgical Minister Schedule 4 ■ Pray for Military 4
■ Prayers for Healing 5 ■ Week at a Glance 5 ■ Music
Notes 6 ■ Community Activities 7 ■ CYO News 7
Bulletin deadline: Monday at 2:00 PM (except before holidays)
Joanne Gibson, Editor Diana Zuna, Associate Editor
Email submissions to: [email protected]
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Next Weekend’s Liturgical Minister Schedule
Nov. 15/16
4:30 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 Noon
5:00 PM
Glenn Skola
John Kemper
Anthony Granato
Jerry Zoufaly
Joe Walsh
Tom Hayes
Bob O’Neill
Patrick Ahern
Richard Siderko
Harry Dunne
Ed Robinson
James Revel
Jim Mulvihill
Brendan Heslin
Carlos Solis
Peter Warshaw
Matthew Grogan
Michael Mulroy
Jim Bogan
Julia Alvarado
Jorge Medina
Ministers of
the Eucharist
Rich Sudowsky
Peter Warshaw
Amy Perry
Tom Greenan
Pat Holt
Jay Lorenzo
Marge Loenser
Helen Hopkins
Olga Astorga
Francisca González
Brígida García
Altar Servers
James Mele
Peter Canterino
Robert Canterino
Erin Mulroy
Griffin Laszlo
Aidan Laszlo
Carlos Medina
Arturo Medina
Lessly Lázaro
Mariana Ortiz
Rolando García
Pam Pertgen
John O’Grady
Victoria Napolitano
Jillian Ludwig
Children’s Choir
Breath of Life
Karren Newman
Ageless Spirit
Néstor Román
Espíritu de Vida
Alice Perry and Barbara O’Neil
Altar Ladies
Readings for the Week
Monday: Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29; Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25
Friday: 2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18; Lk 17:26-37
Saturday: 3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8
Please Pray for Our Military on Active Duty
Cpl. Ian Michael Rivera, USMC, Staff Sgt. Carmen
Maffucci, USAF, IS Second Class Brian Maffucci,
USCG, Lt. Nicholas Guariglia, USMC,
Specialist (SPC) Colin P. Marvel, US Army,
Lt. Commander Brenden Piccolo, USN,
Major Sean P. Cox, USMC, Major Kevin Ward,
US Army, Lt. Robert J. Bennett, USN
Please send an email to [email protected] if you would
like to add a name or change a rank. If you do not have email,
please call the Rectory at 732-449-6364 x100.
Cover photo and inside: At last Sunday’s 10 AM Mass, the
children celebrated the lives of saints. Shown on the cover
are Fr. Maynard, Fr. Jose, and Dawne Mechlinski, music
director, with some of the saints from our Children’s choir.
Sign seen on a Confessional:
Become fishers of men:
You catch them, we clean them!
In Loving Remembrance
We ask your prayers for our beloved parishioners,
family members and friends who have
recently died, especially Victor Bini and
Dorothy A. Kressman. Our parish family
extends its sympathy and assurance of prayer
to their family, friends, and to all those
mourning the death of a loved one. May the
Lord Jesus sustain them with His peace.
Notice of Upcoming Second Collection: On the weekend of
November 22nd/23rd, the second collection is for the
Campaign for Human Development, the national anti-poverty
and social justice program of the United States Conference of
Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Last Weekend’s Collection
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Parish News and Upcoming Events
November Prayer Petitions by Marge Loenser
The name for the month of “November” comes
from the Latin for “ninth,” because in the old Roman
calendar, November was the ninth month of the year.
Who knew? This month, we pray for the souls in
Purgatory. I heard that they pray for us, but cannot
pray for themselves. Purgatory is a place where our
souls prepare for the presence of God. When we think
of it that way, it’s an OK thing, because who wants to
stand in front of Jesus looking less than sparkling?
This month we celebrate St. Martin de Porres,
St. Charles Borromeo, St. Leo the Great, St. Mother
Cabrini, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Martin of
Tours to name a few. I received my first Holy
Communion and Confirmation at St. Martin of Tours
in Brooklyn. I love the story in the Magnificat:
Sulpicius Severtis (425 A.D.) records an account of
Martin’s compassion that has become iconographic of
St. Martin. He tells that on a very cold winter day
Martin met a beggar who was shivering in the cold.
No one had any compassion for the poor man, except
St. Martin. At the time all Martin had was the clothes
on his back and his sword. He used his sword to cut
his cloak in half, giving one half to the poor beggar.
Those around laughed at St. Martin, now wearing just
half a cloak. On the next evening in a dream Martin
saw Jesus wearing half of his cloak. Jesus told Martin to
inspect it carefully and asked if he recognized it. Jesus
then turned to all the angels that surrounded Him and
said: “Martin while still a catechumen, clothed me with
this garment.”
On the last Thursday in November we celebrate
Thanksgiving. All of us need to get into the habit of
being grateful every day, not just on Thanksgiving. We
shouldn’t forget the small things. I read somewhere
that every beautiful flower we see, is a thought of our
Lord Jesus.
November 23rd is the last Sunday in ordinary time
when we celebrate our Lord Jesus as Christ the King.
The following Sunday, Advent begins.
My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, let us pray
for one another through our Holy Mother and all the
saints. We pray for our deceased relatives and friends
and for the souls who have no one to pray for them.
Have mercy on the sick and suffering, Lord. Please find
work for the unemployed. Protect our children and
grandchildren from harm. Lord, answer all the special
intentions of your faithful ones which are listed in our
Prayer Petition Books. May Jesus bless us all and may
we see His miracles each day.
Prayers for Healing
Patrick Wypler
Charlene Hanson
Virginia Barnes
Michael Sheridan
Anne Fleming
Enedina Marquez
Richard McCarthy
Maralyn McKeon
Ken Hauck
Don Healy
George Lister
Efraín Montoya
This list of parishioners, relatives, and friends are in
need of your prayers for healing. Please note that the
pastor’s policy to ensure the consent of the person
whose name appears here requires that only they or a
family member may request a name be added to this list.
Also, call 732-449-6364 ext. 100 if you would like a
Communion visit or anointing of the sick.
Please Help! Only 11 Days Left!!!
If you have not already done so, please consider
Social Concerns request to provide the necessary food
items to complete a dinner for families in need. So far,
the response has been rather slow.
We are in need of turkeys and frozen pies, which can
be placed in the large freezer in the church basement
kitchen. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, canned vegetables,
fruit, instant coffee and tea bags, sugar packets, along
with gravy, can be placed in the bins at the entrances to
the church. If needed, we can arrange for pickup of these
items. ShopRite and Foodtown are now offering their
Turkey Rewards.
Once again, we thank you for your cooperation in
this much needed outreach to help those in need.
Any questions? Please call Pat Cademartori at 732-4494043, Jill Violette at 732-449-2305, or Linda Zoufaly at
This Week at a Glance
Weekend, November 8/9
Wine & Cheese Social after Saturday, 4:30 PM Mass.
Open to all parishioners. No charge.
HNS Sunday. Coffee and breakfast treats after 8 AM
Mass. All are welcome!
Monday, November 10
Day of Prayer at San Alfonso’s begins at 9:30 AM.
All are welcome for this retreat day that ends at 3 PM.
Cost is $25 which is payable at the door.
Tuesday, November 11
Social Concerns meeting and luncheon will be held
after 11 AM Mass and the recitation of the Rosary.
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Parish News and Upcoming Events
CCD students in 4th grade shared stories of the lives of some of the modern-day saints. Shown above with MaryAnn Hirsch, CCD
Director, the children told the congregation about less famous saints, including St. Tekakwitha, St. Josephine Bakhita, St. Agnes of
Bohemia, and St. Richard Pampuri, who was an Italian medical doctor and veteran of World War 2.
Music Notes by Dawne Mechlinski
Coming Up….
Manasquan Ministerium Annual Ecumenical Service
will be held at Holy Trinity Church in Manasquan on
Wednesday, November 26th, at 8 PM. All are welcome
to come and sing. Practice is at their church before the
service at 7 PM. Choir members please remember to
bring your music and your robes.
All Choirs–Children’s Choir, Breath of Life Youth
Ensemble, Adult Choir and/or Ageless Spirit
Contemporary Ensemble would like to welcome anyone
to participate and share your musical gift in our
upcoming Christmas Masses. Instruments and voices are
always needed and appreciated. Stop by the piano
ensemble area or the choir loft for a schedule of
rehearsals leading up to the birth of our Savior.
St. Mark’s Music Ministry provides music along with a
Eucharistic Service at Care One monthly. Consider
joining us as we share our love of our Care One
neighbors with hymns and fun songs after the service.
See me or Karen Gray to get added to our email list.
Upcoming dates are typically one Wednesday per month
at 2 PM. We meet at Care One in Wall.
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CYO News by Mary Reilly, CYO Director
When: Sunday, Nov. 16, 7:30-9 PM in St. Mark’s
What: Please bring a shoebox, one roll of last year’s
Christmas wrapping paper, scissors, and Scotch™ tape.
Also bring some of the following:
☺ Small Toys: cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos,
harmonicas, yoyos, jump ropes, Etch-a-Sketches™
with batteries, etc.
☺ Hygiene items: toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar
soap, comb, washcloth, etc.
☺ Other: t-shirts, socks, hair clips, toy jewelry, watches,
flashlights with batteries, etc.
☺ Hard candy: variety
Do not pack your box until you get to church. We will
distribute everything evenly and then wrap.
Thanks and God bless!
Community Activities
Faith, Hope and Love at Life's End
Faith, Hope and Love at Life's End: A Catholic
Perspective on End-of-Life, will be held on Thursday,
November 20th, 9:00 AM—2:30 PM, at St. Robert
Bellarmine Parish, 61 Georgia Road, Freehold, 07728.
Presenters and topics include: Rev. Mr. James Grogan
on When I Become the Matriarch or Patriarch of My
Family; Rev. Michael Manning on Catholic Doctrine and
End-of-Life Medical Decisions; Rev. Anthony Sirianni on
Prayerfully Considering End-of-Life Medical Decisions;
and Rev. Msgr. Sam Sirianni on Funeral Rites and My
Faith. The cost is $10 and includes a light breakfast and
lunch. Register at
FaithHopeLove or call 609-403-7192. Co-sponsored by
the Diocese of Trenton Office of Worship and
Department of Pastoral Care.
Coat Drive
They are designed to assist you in discovering if the
priesthood is your true vocation and build your
relationship with Christ along the way. If you are a
faithful, single, Roman Catholic man, between the ages
of 18 and 40, and are asking yourself whether God is
calling you to be a priest, you are cordially invited to
attend this month’s discernment meeting on Sunday,
November 23rd, from 4:00 PM-6 PM at St. Charles
Borromeo Parish, 2226 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson.
Join Very Rev. Peter James Alindogan and Rev. Chris
Picollo, as they share their experiences of the priesthood,
followed by prayer and conversation over a meal.
Register at [email protected] or
call 609-406-7449.
Harrigan’s Pub’s Free Thanksgiving for Seniors
Route 71 & Baltimore Blvd
It’s time for St. Mark’ annual coat and jacket drive for
those in need in our community. Please bring donations
of new or gently-used coats and jackets, scarves and
gloves to the downstairs church for our end-ofNovember distribution. For this collection, please bring
jackets or outerwear in children and adult sizes. Items
can be left in the designated area downstairs during
rectory hours or brought on Sundays at 4 PM when
volunteers are there to help you. As always, thank you
for your generosity!
Is God Calling You?
Vocational discernment groups meet to assist young
men who are discerning the possibility that God may be
calling them to a life of priestly ministry. These groups
are designed to explore a priestly vocation with other
like-minded men through prayer and sharing vocation
stories and experiences. The group meetings aren't meant
to convince anyone that the priesthood is their vocation.
Harrigan’s Pub in Sea Girt is again hosting a free
dinner for seniors on Thanksgiving Day at noon.
A full, sit-down meal will be served.
The Knights of Columbus is coordinating the
annual event and will provide rides if needed.
Please call Bob Phelan at 732-681-1126 for reservations
and rides. Reservations are required.
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Iglesia de “San Marcos” Apostolado Hispano
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Vicario Parroquial
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 122
Misa Dominical: Domingo 5:00 PM
CONFESIONES: Todos los domingos de 4:00 PM-4:45PM.
También pueden llamar a la rectoría en caso de emergencia
ext. 122.
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO: Los padres de familia que
deseen celebrar el sacramento del Bautismo. Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
CLASES DE RELIGION: Se ofrecen clases de Religión todos los
domingos antes y después de la Santa Eucaristía desde los grados:
(Pre-k, K hasta el 8th grado).
Para los adultos se ofrece RICA en Español. Las inscripciones se
llevan a cabo cada año entre los meses Mayo a Septiembre. Para más
información llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
SACRAMENTO DEL MATRIMONIO: Las parejas que deseen
celebrar el Sacramento del Matrimonio, Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
Horario de oficina en Español:
Lunes, Martes & Miércoles 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Diana Zuna, Apostolado Hispano
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 100
Fax: 732 449-1646
MINISTERIO DE MUSICA: Les invita a las personas que deseen
cantar otocar cualquier instrumento musical, les invitamos a que se
integren al coro en español de San Marcos, la persona Néstor
Román. Vengan a cantar al Señor Jesús.
CIRCULO DE ORACION: La Renovación Carismática en el
Espíritu Santo "Al Encuentro con Jesús" te invita a que vengas a
encontrarte con El Señor Jesús a través de oraciones y alabanzas,
ven y gózate en la presencia del Señor, ahora con el Ministerio de
Música Carismática: "Sembrando Esperanza." Te esperamos todos
los días viernes a las 6:30 PM. No faltes, Cristo te espera Salmo 150!
Alabe al Señor todo ser que respire!
TRANSPORTACION: Ofrecemos transportación a las personas
que viven en Pt Pleasant, Brielle, Manasquan, Sea Girt, Bradley
Beach & Belmar durante todo el año. Mandar un texto o llamar los
domingos a Diana Zuna al 908-783-4221 antes de las 2:00 PM si
necesitas este servicio.
Presentación de las Ofrendas para Noviembre 9
Wilson Medina y familia
Fiesta de la Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán
Lecturas y Calendario para esta Semana
Primera Lectura: Ezequiel 47, 1-2. 8-9. 12. El ángel me
hizo volver a la entrada del templo, y vi que manaba
agua hacia el oriente, pues el templo miraba hacia el
oriente, y el agua bajaba por el lado derecho del templo,
al sur del altar.
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 45, 2-3. 5-6. 8-9. El correr
de las acequias alegra la cuidad de Dios, el Altísimo
consagra su morada.
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 3, 9-11. 16-17. No saben
ustedes que son templos de Dios, y que el Espíritu de
Dios habita en ustedes?
Evangelio: Juan 2, 13-22. "Destruyan este templo y en
tres días lo reconstruiré”. En realidad, Jesús hablaba de
este otro templo que es su cuerpo.
10 Lunes: Ti 1:1-9; Sal 24 (23):1b-4ab, 5-6; Lc 17:1-6.
Memoria de san León Magno. Trigésima Segunda
Semana del Tiempo Ordinario.
11 Martes: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Sal 37 (36):3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29;
Lc 17:7-10. Memoria de san Martín de Tours (Martín
Caballero). Día de los Veteranos de Guerra.
12 Miércoles: Ti 3:1-7; Sal 23 (22):1b-6; Lc 17:11-19.
Memoria de san Josafat.
13 Jueves: Flm 7-20; Sal 146 (145):7-10; Lc 17:20-25.
Memoria de santa Francisca Xavier Cabrini.
14 Viernes: 2 Jn 4-9; Sal 119 (118):1-2, 10-11, 17-18;
Lc 17:26-37.
15 Sábado: 3 Jn 5-8; Sal 112 (111):1-6; Lc 18:1-8.
Memoria opcional de la Santísima Virgen María.
Anunció sobre la Acción Deferida
En el 19 de Octubre más de 25 personas hicieron su
solicitud para Renovación (Renewal) de su estado de
Acción Deferida. Voluntarios de la Parroquia les
ayudaron con la preparación de la documentación, por el
momento no hay planes para otra reunión de este tipo.
Para los que no estuvieron presentes, les recomendamos
que revisen la fecha de expiración en su “Employment
Authorization Card”. De allí en adelante no tendrán
estatus legal. La Iglesia San Marcos no van a continuar
con el servicio voluntario de preparación de estos
documentos. Usted podrá obtener ayuda de alguien
competente (no necesariamente un abogado) o pueden
hacerlo por sí mismo. Habrá una sesión de información
y recomendaciones el día Domingo 9 de Noviembre
después de la Misa en el sótano de la Iglesia.
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Los Santos
Los estudiantes de la
clases de Religión Pre-K,
primero y segundo grado,
parƟciparon en la
Solemnidad del día de los
Santos, este pasado
domingo Noviembre 2.
Estás clases serán por la Internet y estos cursos
duraran 7 semanas, las fechas disponibles son:
"El Camino de la Fe Introducción a la Doctrina Católica”
¡! Atención Catequistas, los registros para la
Certificación de Catequesis, ya esta disponibles
desde ahora ¡!
Enero 12, 2015
April 13, 2015
Junio 8, 2015
Agosto 31, 2015
Para más información y registración,
por favor hablar con Diana Zuna