ST. PAUL CATHEDRAL November 9th, 2014 DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA I

ST. PAUL CATHEDRAL
November 9th, 2014
DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA
15 S. 12th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902
Parish Phone: 575-3713
Cathedral School: 575-5604
Religious Ed.: 575-3713
Fax: 453-7497
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Page: www.stpaulyakima.org
INTRODUCTORY RITE
Opening Hymn:
Sprinkling Rite:
Living Stones
No. 735
M. Joncas
Most Rev. Joseph J. Tyson
Bishop of Yakima
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. John A. Ecker—VicarGeneral
Associate Pastor: Rev. Rogelio Gutierrez
Deacon:
Cathedral School: Terry Faletto, Principal
Cathedral School Web Page:
Www.stpaulsch.org
Parish Secretary: Viviana Cárdenas
Pastoral Care: Alma Jauregui
DRE: Sr. Lourdes Colin
R.C.I.A.: Colette Sattler 457-4717
Music Director: Jerry Kaminski
Youth Minister: Shawn Exner
Life Teen Music: Todd and Elise
Physical Plant Mnt.: James Colbert
“The Haven”
Student Outreach for
YVCC students, 249-6238 or Parish Office
Office Hours: Monday—Friday from 8:00
a.m.—12:00 noon and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Weekend Masses:
Saturday Vigil—5:30 p.m.
Sunday 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m., 1:00
p.m. (Spanish), 7:00 p.m. (Life Teen).
Daily Mass:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday—7:00 a.m.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday—8:00 a.m.
Reconciliation: Sat., 4:00 p.m. or by Appt.
Baptism: Please call parish office
Weddings: Four months preparation—
required
Exposition & Adoration: All day Friday,
from 7:30 a.m. concluding with Benediction at 6:45 p.m.
Text: Psalm 51: 9; Michael Joncas, Music: Michael Joncas, © 1988, GIA Publications, Inc.,
All rights reserved. Reprinted under OneLicense.net #A-706972. All rights reserved.
Glory to God:
No. 320
LITURGY OF THE WORD
Scripture Readings:
Responsorial Psalm:
No. 1227
M. Guimont
Refrain text from Lectionary for Mass, © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL, Music by Michele Guimont, © 1994
GIA Publications, Inc., Reprinted under OneLicense.net #A-706972. All rights reserved.
Gospel Acclamation:
Profession of Faith
No. 208
LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
Offertory Hymn: You Strode Within the Temple, Lord
at 11:00 a.m. only:
Locus Iste
No. 729
A. Bruckner
This place was made by God, a priceless sacrament; it is without reproach.
Holy, Holy:
Mystery of Faith:
Amen:
Agnus Dei:
Communion Song:
We proclaim your Death, O Lord…
Psalm 84
No. 353
No. 354
No. 355
No. 311
M. Guimont
Refrain text from Lectionary for Mass, © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL, Music by Michele Guimont, © 1994
GIA Publications, Inc., Reprinted under OneLicense.net #A-706972. All rights reserved.
CONCLUDING RITE
Closing Hymn: The Church’s One Foundation - vs. 1, 2 and 4
No. 736
DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA
Events for the Week of November 10, 2014
Mon., November 10 St. Leo the Great
Thurs., November 13 St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
Tues., November 11 Veterans’ Day
Fri.,
November 14 Weekday
Wed., November 12 St. Josaphat
Sat.,
November 15 St. Albert the Great
Sacrificial Offering from Last Sunday $
WHAT’S THE LATERAN BASILICA?
Pope’s Cathedral, the Cathedral of Rome.
This is the MASS FOR DECEASED BISHOPS, PRIESTS AND
DEACONS: This diocesan celebration will be offered this
year on Tuesday, November 18 at Christ the King Church in
Richland at 5:30 p.m. Please join our Bishops, priests, and
deacon community as we remember, pray for and honor the
lives of all our ordained brothers, who have served the people
of the Diocese of Yakima since its inception in 1951.
PARISH ADVISORY COUNCIL: Our Cathedral Parish
Council will meet on Monday, November 17. If you have
concerns to bring before it, contact John Klingele, President
at 457-6085, Robert Wilson, Vice-President at 453-8918 or
one of the members before that date.
Why this Feast? Today, Sunday, November 9th is the Anniversary of the Dedication of this “mother and head of all
Churches of Rome and the world dedicated on December 9,
324 by Pope St. Sylvester I and was the residence of the
Popes until the 14th Century.
What is special about this basilica? The present structure
was commissioned in 1646 and beneath the high altar rests
the remains of a small wooden table on which, according to
custom, St. Peter celebrated Mass.
VETERANS’ DAY: Tuesday, November 11.
As a part of our 100th Anniversary there will be
a special Mass to recognize and honor all from
our parish community and then
who have
served or are serving in the Military Forces of
our country; also to recall, remember, pray for
and honor those from our community who have
died as victims of wars or as veterans since the
foundation of our parish in 1914. Please invite
your family, friends and neighbors to join you
as we honor all those associated with the military services of our nation—Tuesday, November 11—8:00 a.m.—Cathedral. The early hour
is chosen so as not to interfere with the usual
Yakima Veterans’ Day Parade!!
MASS FOR ALL THE DECEASED OF OUR PARISH
COMMUNITY OF ST. PAUL CATHEDRAL: We owe
so much to so many who have made our Cathedral Parish of
St. Paul, the Apostle, such a vibrant and alive Community of
Faith, especially all our parish members; laity, Religious and
our ordained bishops and priests. As part of our 100th Anniversary all are invited to gather, remember and celebrate the
lives of countless people who have died since March 19,
1914, especially those whom God has called to Himself this
past year. It is only fitting that during this month of the Holy
Souls, we pause to honor them. And so, a special Memorial
Mass of Remembrance will be offered on Thursday, November 20 at 7:00 p.m.
THANKSGIVING DAY AND DINNER: It is only 2 1/2
weeks until our nation pauses to give thanks to God for our
continuing bounty and blessings. As is our custom, we shall
celebrate a special MASS OF THANKSGIVING on that day,
Thursday, November 27th at 9:00 a.m. in the Cathedral (no
8:00 a.m. Mass). That same afternoon under the leadership
and direction of our own Will Chichenoff and his family and
crew, we will serve in our Cathedral Center (3rd floor of our
school) a sumptuous dinner with all the fixings, for our parishioners, especially those with no extended family in the
area and for their friends, the dinner is “on your parish,” but
we need to know of your plans to join us so that adequate
preparations can be made for the “feeding of the hungry multitude.” So, please call the parish office (sooner rather than
later) to make a reservation and let us know you are coming.
Also, if you wish to help to prepare, serve and/or assist in the
clean-up, please contact Will Chichenoff at 833-8677.
OUT OF TOWN: Father Rogelio (Roy) is out of town visiting his family (and father, who is unwell) in Mexico until
Friday, November 21st. Please hold all calls until his return “HAVEN” HAPPENINGS: (For young adults). Praise
and keep him in your prayers for a safe trip.
and Worship Night—Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at the Haven (810
S. 16th Avenue). Come and join in with songs, music and
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: To: SANDY HAYS, Donna Maca- prayers. Theology on Tap at Bob's Burgers and
renas, Sean Ritter, Denise Carter, Klynn Chen, Terri Brew Thursday, November 13th 6:30 pm Speaker:
Crosslin, Sam Hangge, Shane Toop, Marshal Wright, Rudy Nicacio Topic: Who is The Body of Christ? All
Marilee Erickson, Peggy Fontana, Kimberly Pepper, questions: Steve Easterby (402) 214-8289
Lindsey Vaagen-Orthman, Teresa Walker, Kimberly Benoit, JOANNE MARSH, Sandra Russell, Denise Russell, CONVALESCENT FACILITY MASS: Mass will be ofLaDonna Chambard, Robbie Pellegrini, Lisa Tri, Sherley fered on Tuesday at 10:00 at Good Samaritan Convalescent
Critzer, Daniel Heilman, Nicholas Chambard, KATHY Facility for all residents and their guests.
DEAN, Mary Newman, Jeraldyn Pettis, Elda Prado, THOMAS SHANNON, Damian Snyder, and all who celebrate LIFE TEEN MASS AND NIGHT: Continues this Sunday
this week!!
with Mass at 7:00 p.m. in our Cathedral and Life Night folALTAR OF THE DEAD: In our baptistery area near the
South West corner of the Cathedral each year we set up our
traditional “Altar of the Dead,” on which we place pictures
of the deceased members of our family and friends. Those
ANNUAL CATHOLIC
APPEAL PLEDGE SUNDAY:
Today is THE DAY! We hope and
pray that you have prayed, discerned and maybe even already
made a pledge to assist our Bishops and Diocese in the fulfillment
of their responsibilities to the mission given them by God to go out
and teach….. Baptizing in the
name of the Father, Son and Holy
Spirit.” Don’t leave your responsibility as Church to someone else.
Please help us in our parish effort
to attain our share of this appeal
$91,766.00 Thank you!!
pictures are left there throughout the month of November
and they will be remembered at Masses during the “Month
of the Holy Souls.” Please place pictures there this weekend!!
COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS: From this special day, the month of November is designated as the special month to remember and honor all our deceased. Please
note the bulletin notice under “Coming up” and return special All Souls Envelopes by next weekend!!
lowing—in the Cathedral Center, (3rd floor of our school) for all high school students and their friends.
SPY EDGE: Is held each Thursday at 7:00 p.m., also in our
Life Teen Room in the school for all Middle School students.
Info.? Contact Shawn Exner at the Parish Office.
CAUTION!! Unscrupulous people are breaking into cars
parked on the on the streets and in our (and other) parking
lots during Masses. DO NOT LEAVE ANY-THING VISIBLE IN YOUR CARS, MAKE SURE THEY ARE
LOCKED (AND ALARMED)! We have video cameras on
our lot and do send people out to patrol the lot, but we can’t
be guarding the whole area every minute. Please be careful!!
Please report any suspicious vehicles and always inform the
police if your car is broken into.
NEXT SUNDAY SCRIPTURE READINGS: If you would
like to prepare for Masses next weekend, the Scripture readings are: * Prv. 31, 10-31; *1 Thes. 5, 1-6; * Mt. 25, 14-30.
ABUSE HOTLINE: Our Diocese has this private line for
those wishing to report incidents of sexual abuse regarding
clergy, diocesan employees or church volunteers at 1-888276-4490.
ONGOING ACTIVITIES:
Spy Edge: Middle School Religious Education - Thursdays at
7:00 p.m. Call Shawn for information at 575-3713.
Life Teen: Sundays: Mass at 7:00 p.m., Life Nite following.
Prayer Line is open for your needs: LaDonna Schoengarth at
574-8194 and Yvonne Lane at 457-8792.
Mother Teresa Grief Ministry: Call Barbara Calhoun at 4537816.
Knights of Columbus: 1st Monday of each month - 7:00 p.m.
- Cathedral Center (3rd floor of the School).
Serra Club: Supporting Diocesan Religious Vocations - 2nd
Wednesday of the month. Call Maggie at 452-7683.
Ultreya: 2nd Monday of Month, 7:00 p.m.- Louis 452-4461 or
Stephanie 949-5457.
Y.L.I.: 2nd Thursday of Month, 7:30 p.m. - Knights of
Columbus Hall 56th Avenue and Chestnut.
C.D.A.: Meeting at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 56th Ave.
and Chestnut. Contact Thereasa Trujillo at 910-1691.
RCIA: Inquiry Sessions weekly on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. Info?
Call Colette Sattler at 457-4717.
EVENING PRAYER: Mondays 5:30 p.m. - Chapel.
ADULT EDUCATION: Call Barbara Calhoun 453-7816 or
John Klingele 457-6085 coming up.
HAVEN: Young Adult Drop in Center - 810 S. 16th Avenue.
Tel. 509-439-9041.
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