Pastoral Staff

Catholic Church of St. James
1071 Academy Drive
Conway, SC 29526
Website: www.stjamesconway.org
November 9, 2014
Liturgies
Daily Liturgies Schedule listed inside
Saturday 4:30pm & 6:00pm
Sunday
8:00am & 9:30am
12:00pm Español
St. James Mission Statement
St. James is a Catholic Community of disciples of Jesus
Christ that:
• is centered in the Eucharist and nourished by Scripture
and Tradition
• invites and welcomes all
• grows in unity, knowledge and faith
• serves God and all people
Phone: (843) 347-5168
Fax: (843) 347-1212
[email protected]
Reconciliation
Saturdays at 3:15pm-4:15pm
Tuesdays at 7:00pm-7:45pm
or on request anytime
Misión de St. James
St. James es una comunidad Católica de discipulos de Jesucristo que:
• está centrada en la eucaristia y alimentada por la
Escritura y Tradición
• invita y da bienvenida a todos
• crece en unidad, conocimiento y fé
• sirve a Dios y todo el mundo
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Pastoral Staff
RCIA ................................................... Thursday, 7:00-9:00pm
Fellowship Hour .................................. Sunday, 8:45-10:30am
Adult Scripture Study ...................................... Sunday, 9:00am
Blood Pressure Screening ............. 2nd Sunday of each month
Eucharistic Adoration...... Mondays, 10am-3pm in the Chapel
..................................................... and 7:00pm-8:00pm Chapel
Ladies Guild....................... 3rd Monday, 7:00pm (Sept.-June)
Rosary ........................................................... Tuesday, 8:30am
Knights of Columbus 4th Degree............ 4th Monday, 7:00pm
Knights of Columbus ........................ 2nd Wednesday, 7:00pm
Be Happy Today Group (AA) ......... Mon. & Thurs., 7-8:30pm
Library & Resource Ctr ........... Open Weekly 9:00am-4:30pm
Top of the Hill Gang .......... 2nd & 4th Wed. 10:00am-2:00pm
Catholic Charities ........................................... 1-855-377-1357
Diocesan Office of Child Protection Services .. 843-853-2130 ext. 209
Diocesan Victim Assistance Minister ................ 800-921-8122
Safe Environment Coordinator ........................ Paulette Flench
Pastor ........................................ Father Tim Lijewski, ext. 222
Medical Emergency Number—when you need a priest:
………………………………………………………….843-219-0125
Official Business Email: [email protected]
Forwards Email: [email protected]
Deacon ................................................................ Jeff Mevissen
Executive Assistant.................................. Paula Loehr, ext. 221
Pastoral Associate/Coordinator of Religious Education
... ........................................................Paulette Flench, ext. 234
Hispanic Pastoral Associates……. Conchita Antunez, ext. 229
…………………………………….and Amalia García ext. 230
Youth Minister……………………John Paul Williams, ext. 235
Secretary……………………………..Kathy Caughey, ext. 224
Catechumenate Director . …………... Eleanor Fisher, ext. 227
Maintenance Director……………….……..Joe Sandoli, ext. 232
Director of Music ................................................. Peggy Kamp
Parish Nurse ................................ ...Jean Witt, (843) 347-5118 Bulletin Articles: Items of communal interest must be at parish office no later
than 12:00pm Monday.
Organists...............................Wendy Garland, Bradley Hardee
To email staff members, use
first initial, last [email protected]
Parish Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:30am - 3:30pm
Child Development Center: Ann Parks, Director (843) 347-KIDS (5437)
Religious Education/Catecismo: Call office
New Parishioners: Welcome! There are several ways you can register,
please see the article inside for details.
Altar Flowers: Call the office to arrange donations in memory of a loved
one, or in honor of a special occasion.
Religious Articles are available for purchase Monday-Friday, 9:00am3:00pm. Special orders are always welcome. Contact Rose Kepler at 2341956.
Columbarium: Available to all registered Catholics of the Diocese. Call the
Infant Baptism: The Sacrament is normally celebrated during a Sunday church office for more information
Liturgy. Please call the office to register for the preparation process.
Tree of Life: This is a great way to remember your loved ones or honor a
Marriage: By arrangement at least six months before the proposed wedding. special occasion. Donations start at $250. Contact the parish office for
details.
Ministry to the Sick: Call to request visitation. Please let us know when
Prayer Chain: If you have a special need we would like to help you pray
loved ones are in the hospital.
Simply call Anna Marie at 347-9295.
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES SALE: For your shopping
convenience, Deacon Greg, from the St. Francis Catholic
Shop in Columbia, will be selling at ALL Masses this
weekend. He will have an assortment of Confirmation, First
Communion, Advent, and Baptism gifts, as well as their usual
large selection of books, Bibles, and boxed Christmas cards.
They accept checks, cash, and Visa/Mastercard for
payment.
BAPTISM OF OUR BABIES: Are you interested in getting
your baby/toddler baptized? If so, please call the church
office, 347-5168, or email Deacon Jeff Mevissen at
[email protected] Pre-register by Friday,
November 14, to attend the next scheduled meeting. The
baptism meeting will be held on Monday, November 24, at
7:00PM, #7.
RCIA
RITE OF ACCEPTANCE INTO THE CATECHUMENATE
AND RITE OF WELCOME: This week we joyfully celebrate
the Rite of Acceptance into the Catechumenate and the Rite
of Welcome with three Inquirers who are preparing to receive
the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil. On Saturday
at the 6:00PM Mass we will welcome Alejandro Rodriguez,
who is preparing for the sacraments of Confirmation and
Eucharist. On Sunday at the 9:30AM Mass we will welcome
Joseph Baisi who is unbaptized and is preparing for the
sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. On
Thursday evening we will welcome Chase Martin who is
unbaptized and preparing for the sacraments of Baptism,
Confirmation and Eucharist. Let us, their parish family, pray
for them as they move towards the Easter Vigil and the
reception of the sacraments.
ONLINE GIVING NOW AVAILABLE
St. James is pleased to announce the introduction of an
electronic option for making regular offerings. Contributions
can now be debited automatically from your checking or
savings account or processed using your credit or debit card.
Our new electronic giving program offers convenience for
you and much-needed donation consistency for our
congregation.
Manage your giving online
You can now manage your giving online! Giving online is
easy and allows you to set up automatic recurring
contributions and view your complete online giving history
from anywhere you have access to the Internet. Simply
follow these easy steps:
1. Visit the church website at www.stjamesconway.org
2. Click on the [online giving] button just beside the
address block in our header,
3. Click on the Create Profile button, then
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to create an online
profile and to schedule your recurring contributions.
For access to our mobile site, use the QR
code.
THIS WEEK AT ST. JAMES
SUNDAY
Religious Articles Sale
in the hallway after all Masses
Blood Pressure Screening
after all Masses
It will be held in the front office. Jean Witt, our Parish Nurse,
will be on hand to answer any questions.
Breakfast
10:00AM-2:00PM, Parish Hall
Collection of food for the needy
every weekend,
please put your donations in the basket
Religious Education Classes Grades K-8
10:45AM-12:00PM, Classrooms
Eucharistic Adoration
KofC Officers Meeting
MONDAY
10:00AM-3:00PM, Chapel
6:00PM-12:00AM, Chapel
6:30PM, Founders Center
TUESDAY
Confession
Spanish Mass
7:00PM
8:00PM, Church
WEDNESDAY
Top of the Hill Gang
10:00AM-2:00PM, Parish Hall
Eucharistic Adoration
6:00PM-12:00AM, Chapel
Middle School Youth Group
6:30PM, Parish Hall
Choir Practice
7:00PM-9:00PM, Church
Knights of Columbus Meeting
7:00PM, Founders Center
THURSDAY
RCIA Children and Teen Session
RCIA Adult Session
Choir
6:30PM
7:00PM, #7
7:00PM, Church
FRIDAY
Eucharistic Adoration
6:00PM-12:00AM, Chapel
NEXT SATURDAY
Religious Education Class for Grade 9
4:30PM-9:00PM
Life Teen Mass
6:00PM, every Saturday
Everyone welcome!
Life Teen Grade 9-12
7:00PM-9:00PM, Youth Room
NEXT SUNDAY
Youth Mass
9:30AM Mass
Breakfast
10:00AM-2:00PM, Parish Hall
Collection of food for the needy
every weekend,
please put your donations in the basket
Religious Education Classes Grades K-8
10:45AM-12:00PM, Classrooms
First Reconciliation Family Class II
10:45AM-12:00PM, Founders Center
COMING EVENTS
Confirmation Rehearsal
Saturday, November 22,
9:00AM-11:00AM
Confirmation Mass
Sunday, November 23, 9:30AM Mass
Baptismal Preparation
Monday, November 24, 7:00PM
Must pre-register to attend class
Church Office Closed
Thursday, November 27,
and Friday, November 28. Thanksgiving Holiday
VETERAN’S DAY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Let us remember all those who have served our
country. Please keep all veterans and their
families in your prayers.
THE DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA
WORSHIP THIS WEEK November 8-16
Sat.
Sat.
3:15pm-4:15pm Confession
4:30pm Mass
+ Carl Suess
6:00pm Life Teen Mass
+ Pat Furr
Sun.
8:00am Mass
+ Choc Beverly and
+ Courtney Beverly
9:30am Mass
+ Paul Catania
Spanish 12:00pm Mass
For the Parish
Mon.
4:30pm Rosary
5:00pm Healing Mass
+ Margaret Cahill
Tue.
8:30am Rosary
9:00am Mass
+ Joseph Jaworski III
7:00pm-7:45pm Confession
8:00pm Spanish Mass
All Souls
Wed.
4:00pm Mass at Anderson Oaks
+ Rosemary Marrone
Thu.
8:30am Rosary
9:00am Mass
+ Helen Hazekamp
Fri.
No Mass
Sat.
4:30pm Mass
+ Paul Monachino
6:00pm Life Teen Mass + Anthony DiMaio
Sun.
8:00am Mass
+ Hazel and John Ryan
9:30am Mass
For the Parish
Spanish 12:00pm Mass
No Intention
+ symbol for deceased
COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY MASS will be held
today at 5:30PM in the Lackey Chapel. Everyone welcome!
Note: No Mass at CCU on Sunday, November 23.
OUR CONDOLENCES to Mark Furr and family on the death
of his mother and our parishioner, Pat Furr, whose funeral was
held here last week...to Tim and Suzanne Barry on the death
of his brother, Tom Barry, who died last week. Please keep
them in your prayers.
OFFERTORY: We thank everyone who gives so generously
to our weekly collection.
2014
1275
Offertory
Budget
$12,337.18
$11,200.00
Variance
+$1,137.18
Month:
(1 Sunday)
Actuals
Budget
Variance
$12,337.18
$11,200.00
+$1,137.18
Year to Date:
$197,837.86
$193,752.00
+$4,085.86
Amount needed to meet Budget for November Offertory: $53,690.00.
OUR TITHE this week totals $1,233.71. We are giving
$616.85 to the Youth Fund, $300 to Catholic Charities and the
balance of $316.85 to Churches Assisting People.
COLLECTION FOR THE SOLIDARITY FUND FOR THE
CHURCH IN AFRICA will be held today. Please mark your
check or envelope specifically for this collection and place it in
the first basket along with your regular Sunday Offertory.
Please be generous.
BISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL COLLECTION will be held
next weekend, November 15 and 16. Please mark your check
or envelope for this collection and place it in the first basket
along with your regular Sunday Offertory. Please be
generous.
TRAVELING CHALICE--Sign-ups for the
6:00PM Mass for the month of November.
The Traveling Chalice is received by our
parishioners each week. Married couples,
families and singles take it into their homes and
keep it in a place of honor to help them pray for
religious vocations. Having the chalice come home with you is
very special. If you attend the 6:00PM Mass on a regular
basis, a sign-up sheet is in the gathering space to receive the
chalice in your home for a week during the month of
November.
HOOKS AND NEEDLES GROUP: There will be no Hooks
and Needles meeting in November due to the Thanksgiving
holiday. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday,
December 10 at 6:30PM, and it will be our Christmas party
with finger foods and gift exchange.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: Would you like an hour of total
peace and quiet each week? Would you treasure being in the
presence of Christ for that one hour? We need people to
commit to visit Jesus in the chapel on Mondays each week
between the hours of 10:00AM-3:00PM, especially for the
hours of 11:00AM-12:00PM and 1:00PM-2:00PM. Call Kim
Davies at 855-0821 or Sharron Wojciechowski at 347-6872.
We also offer Adoration on Wednesdays and Fridays from
6:00PM-12:00AM in the Chapel. If you would like to commit
to an hour on these days, please call Paula at the church
office, 347-5168.
EARLY BULLETIN DEADLINES: We are heading in to the
holiday seasons. We will have early bulletin deadlines for the
following bulletins: November 16 through January 4. Please
start thinking of any events that need to be advertised in the
bulletin, and turn them in as soon as possible. These
deadlines are given to us by the bulletin company. Thanks!
St. James Youth Ministry Programs:
Life Teen- High School Program:
Life Teen meets on Saturdays from 6:00-9:00 PM
Nov. 8th - “Vigilant”
Nov. 15th- Fall Lock In- Mass at 6:00PM on 11/15, Lock-In
begins at 7:00PM. Pick up teens by 6:00AM on Sunday
11/16. Brink a snack and drink to share! Friends are
welcome to join you!
Nov. 22nd- No LifeTeen due to Thanksgiving
Nov. 29th- Movie Night
Dec. 6th -LifeTeen Guadalupe Presentation. Mass will begin
at 7:00PM followed by the story of Our Lady of
Guadalupe, presented in English by the Youth Group.
MYG- Middle School Program:
MYG meets on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30PM
We are always in need of chaperones to help with our youth
programs, as well as people to make meals for our Saturday
meetings. Please contact us if you’re interested in helping!
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Questions? Comments? Ideas? Want to help?
Please contact JP Williams at [email protected]!
Fax (843)347-1212
Website: www.stjamesconway.org
THE PRAYER LIST: Please pray for the physical and spiritual
well-being of parishioners and friends who are ill: Cookie (Arline)
Elston, Mark Muttilainen, Beth Fultineer, Bernadette Larson,
Charles and Ida Mellor, Brendan Horstman, Mary Berdan,
Martha Rhinehart, Amy Ayers, Mary Bland, Eric Hagan, Jim
Coffas, Jim Beardsley, Richard Duffany, Mary Ann Chafin, Chip
Beverly, Richard Budlemer, JoAnn Monteleone, Marie
Bousquet, Ruby Todd, Jack McClain, Anna Kerr, Caroline Dall,
Fred King, Lois Ringkamp, Paul DiAngelantonio, Marti Petti,
Nancy Schwindinger, Jerry Stevens, Mary Jo DeSalse, Fran
Riccio, Jackie Andrews, Shirley Brennan, Davin Sullins, Mike
Paitsel, Sr., Patricia Scerba, Harriet Carroll, Christina Powell,
Grace Contino, Judy Moyer, Shawn Ison, Michael Schroder, and
Pam Schafer. (See the book in the gathering space for
additional names.)
WHEN YOU OR A LOVED ONE ARE IN THE HOSPITAL:
Would you like an Extraordinary Minister to bring Communion?
Would you like a priest to administer the Sacrament of the
Anointing of the Sick? Please call the office and let us know.
THANK YOU to Tom Flench and Paul Daniel for transporting Fr.
Raul Perez to and from the airport; to Mike Denninger, Lanny
Breczinski, Diane Bauer, Taylor Monahan, and Joan Gorney for
their act of stewardship by being chaperones for the junior high
rally last weekend.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Become a Member of St. James Parish!
It is a great joy for us to welcome new members to our parish
community. We invite all newcomers and those who attend
Mass at St. James on a regular basis to become registered
members as soon as possible. You can register in a few
different ways:
 By picking up a registration form in the Literature Rack in
the gathering space.
 By stopping by the office during business hours, MondayFriday, 8:45AM to 4:30PM.
 By calling the office at 347-5168 during business hours to
request a registration form be mailed to you.
 Visit our website www.stjamesconway.org and download
the form.
 If you are moving or returning, please let us know so we
can maintain accurate records.
TOP OF THE HILL GANG: Are you 50 years or older? We
would like to invite you to join the Top of the Hill Gang. Have
fun playing cards, games, and enjoy fellowship. Coffee and
breakfast snacks provided. Bring your lunch and a drink. Come
to the parish hall every second and fourth Wednesday of each
month from 10:00AM-2:00PM. We look forward to seeing you
there! If you have any questions, please call Diane at 843-8555312
Catholic Vocabulary
Understanding, one of the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Understanding grows through prayer and the reading of
Scripture. It gives you insight into the truths of the faith and
being a follower of Jesus, and it helps you make right
choices in your relationships with God and others.
Confirmed in the Spirit, Loyola Press, p. 54.
Thanksgiving Turkey and
Trimmings Drive
The average American household spends $302
on food for Thanksgiving weekend. The total
estimated expense in the US for Thanksgiving dinner is
$2,375,000,000. Catholic Charities will be collecting donations
for their Thanksgiving Turkey and Trimmings Drive on
November 22, for those in need in the Pee Dee deanery at
Catholic Charities (Address: 2294 Technology Blvd, Conway,
SC 29579). Our parish will be sponsoring a table of fresh
vegetables for the families. Our table will need to be
supplied with bags of yams, bags of carrots, and bags of
potatoes. Please drop off donations for this event in the
gathering space on November 17. The average value of a
complete meal for a family at this event is $40. If you would like
to make a monetary donation, all checks can be mailed directly
to Catholic Charities, address listed above. Please designate
that your donation is for the Thanksgiving Drive in your check's
memo section. If you know of a family in need please
encourage them to attend the event at Catholic Charities
starting at 10:00AM on Saturday, November 22. Families will be
served first come, first serve until all food is distributed.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR ADVERTISERS! WILL YOU
JOIN THEM? Are you a business owner or self-employed and
enjoy knowing you’re helping to support the Church? Please
consider sponsoring the weekly bulletin by advertising your
business. It’s a great way to reach the folks who want to support
your business too (Your Church Family)!
Realtors, Physicians, Dentists, Attorneys, Insurance Agents,
Accountants, Restaurants, Stylists, Auto Dealers, and Florists
are examples of advertisers enjoying success in Church
bulletins. The revenue from sponsor ads allows St. James to
receive the bulletin printed and shipped completely free of
charge.
Gayle Wheeler will be working in the parish office the week of
November 17 to answer any questions about rates and space
availability. She can also be reached via cell or email at (302)
745-2547 or [email protected]
We thank you in advance for your consideration and continued
support of the St. James weekly bulletin.
GSCL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF LIFE ARE INVITED TO
THE GRAND STRAND CITIZENS FOR LIFE CHRISTMAS
PARTY to be held on Friday, December 5 at 6:00PM at Johnny
D”s Restaurant (formerly Nibbles), 3301 North Kings Highway in
Myrtle Beach. You may arrive at 6:00PM. Dinner will be served
at 6:30PM. The price of admission is a $10 donation plus a
contribution of a baby gift such as diapers, clothes or
blankets. Reservations are necessary. Please email Terry
Borkes at [email protected] or call her (843) 650-8828. To
make your reservations. Our purpose is to celebrate life together
during this holy season of the birth of our Lord Jesus, and also
to share our good fortune by bringing a baby gift that will be
distributed by our partner organizations: Bethany, Birthright,
Catholic Charities, and Coastline Women’s Center. Come and
celebrate Life.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN
REVEREND WILLIAM F. PENTIS $1,500 MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP: The SCCCW Reverend William F. Pentis
Memorial Scholarship was established in 2009 to honor Father
Pentis, an Oratorian Father, who served as Moderator for the
SCCCW, providing spiritual support for more than 30 years. His
work with Council was a labor of love. The SCCCW mission is
to respond with Gospel values to the needs of the Church and
society in the modern world. It strives to support, empower, and
educate all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership, and
service. The scholarship was, therefore, created to encourage
and promote such themes among South Carolina Catholic
females graduating from area high schools and planning to
attend an institution of higher education (e.g., university, college,
junior college, or technical school) within South Carolina. The
merit-based scholarship grants one $1,500 award to its
recipient. An application must be submitted no later than April
15, 2015. Please visit www.scccw.org for complete information
and to download the application form.
Contact SCCCW
President Marlene Grover at [email protected] or 843-2834445 for questions.
THE CATHOLIC DIVORCE SURVIVAL GUIDE: Is anyone in
your family divorced? There’s no such thing as a Catholic
Divorce, but Catholics do civilly divorce. Please come or invite
someone you know to The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Group at
St. Michael Catholic Church, 542 Cypress Avenue, Murrells
Inlet. This group meets weekly on Tuesday at 6:00PM in the
Parish Activity Center, Room B. Find comfort and counsel
consistent with Catholic teachings. Whether divorced ten days
ago or ten years ago, the program offers valuable insight for
everyone. Topics covered include: shock, denial, anger, grief,
guilt, forgiveness, money, the courts, the kids, the ex-spouse,
annulment, dating, sexuality, spirituality, remarriage or staying
single, and much more. Call Barbara Umpleby at (609) 4226855 for more information. Barbara, a retired marriage/family
therapist and member of St. Michael, facilitates the program.
* * * * * NOTICIAS EN ESPAÑOL * * * * *
COLECTA: Damos gracias a todos los
generosamente en nuestra colecta semanal.
2014
Offertory
1275
$12,337.18
Month:
que
Budget
$11,200.00
aportan
Variance
+$1,137.18
Actuals
Budget
(1 Sunday)
$12,337.18
$11,200.00
+$1,137.18
Variance
Year to Date:
$197,837.86
$193,752.00
+$4,085.86
Amount needed to meet Budget for November Offertory: $53,690.00.
LA SEGUNDA COLECTA DE ESTE DOMINGO ES PARA ST.
ELIZABETH ANN SETON LA ESCUELA SECUNDARIA
CATÓLICA. 8 y 9 de Noviembre. Gracias por su continuo
apoyo a este fondo. Por favor sean generosos.
LA SEGUNDA COLECTA PRÓXIMO DOMINGO 16 DE
NOVIEMBRE SERÁ PARA LA COORESPONSABILIDAD
CON NUESTRO OBISPO. Por favor sea generoso.
MISAS Y CONFESIONES: Todos los martes hay confesiones
en español a la 7:00PM, Rosario en comunidad 7:30PM y la
Misa a las 8:00PM. Los domingos 11:30AM Rosario en
comunidad y la Misa a las 12:00PM. Si quiere hacer una cita
para confesarse o recibir una ayuda espiritual del sacerdote
llame a la oficina de la parroquia o a la oficina del ministerio
hispano.
EL CONSEJO DE LOS CABALLEROS DE COLÓN AQUÍ EN
ST. JAMES TENDRÁ UNA PRESENTACIÓN SOBRE LOS
CABALLEROS DE COLÓN Para
todos los miembros
interesados de la comida hispana después de la misa de
español del mediodía el domingo 23 de noviembre, todas las
familias son bienvenidas. Los miembros masculinos de la
comunidad hispana que son católicos practicantes están
invitados a unirse a los Caballeros. Se mostrará un DVD en
español y se les proporcionarán material de información
español, para explicar la organización. Los Caballeros también
explicarán la posible formación de un Círculo de Escuderos
(Júnior Caballeros) para todos los niños de la parroquia de
entre 10-18 años de edad. Por favor planee asistir.
LECTURAS PARA ESTA SEMANA
DEDICACIÓN DE LA BASÍLICA DE LETRÁN (I)
Domingo: Ez 47, 1-2, 8-9, 12; Sal 45; 1 Cor 3, 9-11, 16-17; Jn
2, 13-22 Un río alegra a la ciudad de Dios
Lunes: Tit 1, 1-9; Sal 23; Lc 17, 1-6
Haz, Señor, que te busquemos
Martes: Tit 2, 1-8, 11-14; Sal 36; Lc 17, 1-10
Dios es nuestro Salvador
Miércoles: Tit 3, 1-7; Sal 22; Lc 17, 11-19
El Señor es mi pastor, nada me faltará
Jueves: Fil 7-20; Sal 145; Lc 17, 20-25
El Señor ama al hombre justo
Viernes: 2 Jn 4-9; Sal 118; Lc 17, 26-37
Dichoso el que cumple la ley del Señor
Sábado: 3 Jn 5-8; Sal 111; Lc 18, 1-8
Dichosos los que temen al Señor
Próximo Domingo: Prov 31, 10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ssal 127; 1
Tes 5, 1-6; Mt 25 Dichoso el que teme al Señor
AHORA ESTÁ DISPONIBLE HACER
DONACIONES EN LINEA.
Haga su ofrenda en línea. Ahora puede planear sus donaciones
en línea! Donar en línea es fácil y le permite configurar
contribuciones consecutivas automáticas y ver su historial
completo de las donaciones en línea desde cualquier lugar con
acceso a Internet. Sólo tiene que seguir estos sencillos pasos:
1) Visite el sitio web de la iglesia en www.stjamesconway.org
2) Haga clic en el botón [online giving] justo al lado del bloque
de direcciones en nuestro encabezado,
3) Haga clic en el botón Create Profile, a continuación,
4) Siga las instrucciones en pantalla para crear un perfil en línea
y para programar sus contribuciones consecutivas.
Para el acceso a nuestro sitio móvil, utilice el
código QR a continuación.
PROGRAMA DE LUGAR SEGURO EN ST. JAMES
La Parroquia de St. James está comprometida para asegurar
un medio ambiente seguro para nuestro niños y apoyar el
“Decreto Nacional para la Protección de Niños y Jóvenes”
establecido por la Conferencia Católica de Obispos de Estados
Unidos.(USCCB).
Todos los Adultos que trabajen con niños deberán de:
·Asistir al Programa de “Protegiendo los Niños de Dios”
·Ser checado por la autoridad policial
·Apegarse al DOC Codigo de Conducta (una copia está
disponible en el tablero de boletines que se encuentra en el
pasillo principal)
·Leer y firmar el DOC de Abuso Sexual Politica y Procedimiento
(una copia está disponible en el tablero de boletines que se
encuentra en el pasillo principal)
Para reportar un problema de abuso, ir a www.catholic-doc.org.
Haga clic en Servicios de Protección de Niño que se encuentra
en la parte inferior, después prosiga haciendo clic en Cómo
Reportar que se encuentra la derecha.
St. James Safe Environment Coordinator:
Paulette Flench, 347-5168
Diocesan Office of Child Protection Services:
(843) 853-2130, ext. 209
Diocesan Victim Assistance: Louisa Storen:1-800-921-8122.
* * * * * NOTICIAS EN ESPAÑOL * * * * *
ROSARIO EN FAMILIA CON LA VIRGEN PEREGRINA
La virgen peregrina está visitando los hogares
desde el 1 de Octubre al 2 de Diciembre como
preparación para la fiesta de la
Virgen de Guadalupe.
La Virgen visitará una familia por día o una semana
por barrio. Por favor inscríbanse con los coordinadores del
Rosario en Familia, Bernardino y Gelacia Zacarías.
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ANTORCHA GUADALUPANA
11 DE DICIEMBRE, 2014
6:00PM SALIDA DE ST. JAMES A LORIS
7:00PM – 12:00PM CARRERA DE ANTORCHA
DONACIÓN $20.00 INCLUYE TRANSPORTE Y PLAYERA
Ya estamos en todos los preparativos para la fiesta
de la Virgen de Guadalupe.
Invitamos a quienes van a participar en la carrera de antorcha
en Honor a la Virgen a que se inscriban lo más pronto posible
con Jaime García o Carmen Rodríguez. Necesitamos saber
con anticipación la cantidad de participantes, para poder
rentar los autobuses que vamos a necesitar y ordenar las
playeras. Se aceptarán en la antorcha a los jóvenes mayores
de 15 años, si van acompañados por uno de sus padres.
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CORO DE NIÑOS: Se está organizando el
coro de los niños y niñas para la fiesta de la
Virgen de Guadalupe. Los padres que estén
interesados en que sus hijos participen
inscríbanlos con Raúl Lozano o con Giovanni
de Paz, ellos estarán coordinando el coro de
los niños. Los ensayos serán los domingos
después de la Misa, 2:00PM en la capilla.
ADORACIÓN AL SANTÍSIMO SACRAMENTO
El Santísimo Sacramento está expuesto en la capilla
Virgen de Guadalupe
Lunes de 10:00AM–3:00PM y 6:00PM–12:00PM
Miércoles 6:00PM–12:00PM
Viernes 6:00PM–12:00PM
ESTA SEMANA EN ST. JAMES
ESTE DOMINGO
Venta de desayuno y comida desde las 10:00AM – Cafetería
Reunión Antorcha Guadalupana, 10:00AM
Educación Religiosa/Catequesis, 10:45AM – 12:00PM
Clase de inglés, 10:50AM
Rosario en comunidad, 11:30AM
Celebración de la Santa Misa, 12:00PM
Cada fin de semana colecta de comida para los necesitados,
por favor deposite sus donaciones en la canasta de comida.
Chequeo de la Presión Sanguinea: después de la Misa en la
oficina; la enfermera Jean Witt está ayudando con este
servicio.
ESTE LUNES
Exposición y Adoración del Santísimo Sacramento,
10:00AM – 3:00PM y 6:00PM – 12:00PM – En la Capilla
Reunión del Ministerio de Lectores, 7:00PM – Cafetería
Grupo de matrimonio, 7:30PM
ESTE MARTES
RICA y sacramento de adultos, 6:30PM
Clase de inglés, 6:30PM
Confesiones, 7:00PM
Rosario en comunidad, 7:30PM
Misa en Honor de los Fieles Difuntos, 8:00PM
ESTE MIÉRCOLES
Exposición y Adoración del Santísimo Sacramento,
6:00PM – 12:00PM – En la Capilla
Grupo de jóvenes Middle School grados del 6–8,
6:30PM – Salón #11
Práctica del ministerio de música, 8:00PM
ESTE VIERNES
Exposición y Adoración del Santísimo Sacramento,
6:00PM – 12:00PM – En la Capilla
Grupo de oración, 7:00PM - Iglesia
ESTE SÁBADO
Misa de 25 años de Matrimonio, 11:00PM
Misa de Matrimonio, 1:00PM
Misa de jóvenes, 6:00PM
Grupo juvenil High School para los grados del 9-12,
7:00 PM, Salón #11
PRÓXIMO DOMINGO
Venta de desayuno y comida desde las 10:00AM
RICA y sacramento de adultos, 10:00AM – Capilla
Educación Religiosa/Catequesis, 10:45AM – 12:00PM
Rosario en comunidad, 11:30AM
Celebración de la Santa Misa, 12:00PM
Ven y pasa un tiempo de adoración con
Jesús Sacramentado.
¡Te está esperando!
¿Te gustaría pasar una hora de adoración con el Santísimo
Sacramento, en un día y una hora más conveniente para ti?
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN: Todos están invitados a participar
en el grupo de oración los viernes a las 7:00PM. Los
esperamos para unirnos en oración y alabanza al Señor.
Si quieres hacer ese compromiso comunícate con Amalia
García o Conchita Antúnez.
¡Ven y recibe las Buenas Noticias de su Palabra!
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