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Holy Rosary Cathedral
RICHARDS & DUNSMUIR STREET, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed
November 2, 2014
ARCHBISHOP: Most Rev. J. Michael Miller, CSB
RECTOR: Very Rev. Stanley Galvon
ASSISTANT PRIESTS: Rev. Federico Buttner • Rev. Anicet Pinto • Rev. Mark Schwab • Rev. Pablo Santa Maria
IN RESIDENCE: Rev. John Eason (Seaports Chaplain) • Rev. Terry Larkin
646 Richards Street, Vancouver BC V6B 3A3
Tel.: 604-682-6774 / Fax: 604-331-8406 / Email: [email protected] / Web: www.holyrosarycathedral.org
HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL PARISH
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C ONTACT INFORMATION
Cathedral Parish Office
Office Email
[email protected]
Office Address
646 Richards Street,
Vancouver BC V6B 3A3
M ASS S CHEDULE
Sunday Masses
Saturday
5:10 pm anticipated Mass
Sunday
8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am,
12:30pm, 5:00pm,
6:30pm in Spanish; 8:00pm
Weekday Masses
Monday to Friday 7:15am, 8:00am,
12:10pm, 5:10pm
Saturday
7:15am, 8:00am, 12:10pm
Rector
Fr. Stanley Galvon
[email protected]
Parish Secretary
Email
Phone
Fax
Angela Burghard
[email protected]
604-682-6774, ext. 5
604-331-8406
Pastoral Associate Bertilla Watanabe
Email
[email protected]
Phone
604-682-6774, ext. 6
R EADINGS- ALL SOUL’S DAY
C ONFES SIONS
Monday to Friday
7:45am, 11:45am,
4:45pm
Saturday 7:45am, 11:45am, 4:00 to 5:00pm
DEVOTIONS & ADORATION
Sunday Vespers
4:00pm
Morning Prayer
Mon to Sat 8:30am
Rosary
Monday to Saturday
11:40am, 4:40pm
Chaplet of the Divine M ercy
Fridays 3:00pm
Prayers to God the Father
Tuesdays at 4:00pm
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Every First Friday
12:45pm to 5:00pm
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-First Reading - Lamentations 3.17-26:
It is good that one should wait quietly
for the salvation of the Lord.
-Responsorial Psalm 103:
R. The Lord is merciful and gracious.
The salvation of the righteous is from the Lord.
-Second Reading - 1 Corinthians 15.51-57:
Death has been swallowed up in victory.
-Gospel - Matthew 11.25-30:
Come to me... and I will give you rest.
WEEKDAY READINGS - ORDINARY TIME
Monday November 3 # Weekday
Phil 2.1-4 / Lk 14.12-14
Tuesday November 4 # St. Charles Borromeo
Phil 2.5-11 / Lk 14.15-24
Wednesday November 5 # Weekday
Phil 2.12-18 / Lk 14.25-33
Thursday November 6 # Weekday
Phi 3.3-8 / Lk 15.1-10
Friday November 7 # Weekday
Phil 3.17-4.1 / Lk 16.1-8
Saturday November 8 # Weekday
Phil 4.10-19 / Lk 16.9-15
Sunday November 9 #
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Ez 47.1-12 / 1 Cor 3.9-17 / Jn 2.13-22
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November 2, 2014
THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED
“ALL SOULS’ DAY”
DEAR PARISHIONERS:
A PRAYER For ALL SOULS
As we come to the Solemnity of All Saints November 1st and All
Souls November 2nd we think of our Catholic understanding of the
communion of saints: the spiritual union of the pilgrims on earth,
the dead who are being purified, and the blessed in heaven (see
the Catholic Catechism #962).
To help us understand what is expected of us as pilgrims on earth
are the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy shown below:
LORD, remember your faithful departed.
In baptism they died with Christ;
May they also share his resurrection,
When Christ will raise their mortal bodies
And make them like his own in glory.
Welcome into your kingdom
Our departed brothers and sisters,
THE CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY
And all who have died in your friendship.
! Feed the hungry
! Give drink to the thirsty
! Clothe the naked
! Shelter the homeless
! Visit the sick
! Visit the imprisoned
! Bury the dead
There we hope to share in your glory
When every tear will be wiped away.
On that day we shall see you,
Our God, as you are.
We shall become like you
And praise you forever
THE SPIRITUAL WORKS OF MERCY
Through Christ our Lord,
! Admonish the sinner
! Instruct the ignorant
! Counsel the doubtful
! Comfort the sorrowful
! Bear wrongs patiently
! Forgive all injuries
! Pray for the living and the dead
From whom all good things come.
Amen.
May we renew our desire to work together as the Christian
pilgrims on earth to glorify God and bring blessings to others in
the love of Jesus.
Fr. Galvon
-SUNDAY SOCIAL : please join us at Rosary Hall for coffee,
tea and light refreshments after the 9:30am & 11:00am Mass.
Meet and visit with fellow parishioners and visitors.
SUNDAY, NOV. 9 - PANCAKE BREAKFAST - 9am to 1pm
This is a fundraiser - by donation - to benefit and support
“LOVE WORKS CHARITY”.
Ushers & Greeters W orkshop– 7:00-8:30pm Tue Nov 4 (held
in the church, enter by side door off the lane): W e are looking for
m ore ushers and greeters at all Masses. If you are com fortable
with greeting and welcom ing, find out m ore about these two
m inistries. Application form s available in the vestibule. Contact
Gilda: Em ail [email protected] ail.com for m ore info
-FIRST FRIDAY - NOV. 7, M ass at 12:10pm, Exposition of the Bl.
Sacram ent following Mass. The church will be open for Adoration
during the afternoon. Benediction before the 5:10 pm Mass.
-FIRST FRIDAY LUNCHEON at Holy Rosary Hall, 650 Richards
Street, following the 12:10 Mass. Enjoy Soup and Sandwiches, $5
per person, hosted by Cathedral Volunteers. Please join us.
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-The Annual M ass for
Deceased Bishops, Priests
a n d R e lig io u s o f th e
Archdiocese of Vancouver
will be held at Holy Rosary
C athedral on T h u rs.,
November 6 at 12:10pm. All
are welcom e.
-BAPTISM PREPARATION:
For parents and god-parents who have a child to
present for Baptism , or are expecting a child in the
next several m onths. Sat., Nov. 8, 10 to 11:15 am , at
the Rosary Hall. Please call the office to register.
-PROJECT ADVANCE 2014
THANK YOU to all who have subm itted their pledges
and donations. To date, we have received 279 gifts
totaling $77,368, which represents 129% of our parish
goal of $60,000. If you have not m ade your donation to
this appeal, please consider doing so before the end of
the year. To give online, visit www.rcav.org/giving.
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-W eekly Program s for Adults 50+ at Rosary Hall:
•Bible Sharing every Tuesday, 10:00 to 11:30am .
•Seniors Gentle Chair Yoga Thursdays, 10 11:30am . Please contact Shirley 604-879-8295.
**please note: no class on Novem ber 6**
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-Silent Live-In Retreat for wom en interested in Discerning
a call to Religious Life. 7:00pm Friday, Nov. 7 to 3:30pm
Sunday, Nov. 9. For inform tion & registration please
contact Sister Denece at 604-985-4872, em ail
[email protected] shaw.ca
-M onday Night Faith Review at Holy Rosary Hall, 7 9pm , presents the series “Jesus: Priest, Prophet, King”. All
are welcom e, hosted by Holy Rosary CW L.
Devotional Prayers to God the Father: Tues at 4:00pm
-Chaplet of the Divine M ercy: Friday at 3:00 pm .
W omen’s Retreat on the theme of “Forgiveness”.
Sat., Nov. 22, Rosem ary Heights Retreat Centre, Surrey
from 9am -5pm . Cost: $45.00 p/person, lunch included.
Retreat Director: Josephine Lom bardi. Mass and tim e for
confession. Register online at rcav.org/archdiocesanwom ens-m inistry-retreat/ or call 604-443-3220.
Will you be an angel for a little girl name Heny? We
from "LOVE WORKS CHARITY" humbly ask for your
support in our fundraising effort to provide for the surgery
needed by 3 years old name HENY HIDALGO, who was
born with medical condition called MENINGOCELE (menin-go-cele) tumour on her face. After all Masses Nov. 8
& 9 we will be selling religious articles, the proceeds of
which will be used for her surgery and milk. Through the
generosity of Holy Rosary Cathedral parishioners, and the
guidance of the Holy Spirit we hope to continue to help
those least fortunate. Two months ago ( August 16 ) Heny
had a successful gastric tube (feeding tube). Thank you for
your contributions and generosity. God bless.
Vocation Live-In for boys or young men interested in the
priesthood or the consecrated life, at Sem inary of Christ
the King, Mission. Friday, Nov. 14 to Sunday, Nov. 16. For
m ore inform ation, contact 604-826-8715.
STEW ARDSHIP REFLECTION
Those who trust in him will understand truth, and the
faithful will abide with him in love, because grace and
mercy are upon his elect, and he watches over his holy
ones.” - W isdom of Solomon 3:9. Here’s the ironic thing
about people who are generous. Those that give freely and
cheerfully do not do it to be rewarded. They do it to show
their love for God and their neighbors. Yet, because of their
generosity, they typically are given m ore than they gave
away!
The Cathedral G ift Shop is looking for volunteers to
help w eekdays before and after the 12:10 & 5:10pm Mass.
Please em ail annehighm [email protected] yahoo.co.uk
-Karol W ojtyla Club, the Cathedral’s young adult group,
provides a welcom ing com m unity in which to cultivate our
faith through prayer, education, charity, and fellowship in
Christ. W e m eet Sundays at 1:45pm at Holy Rosary Hall.
For m ore inform ation please visit
www.holyrosarycathedral.org/karol-wojtyla-club
Stewardship Office, The Archdiocese of St. Louis,
www.archstl.org/stewardship/page/bulletin-inserts
-Please remember in your prayers: Melvyn Thomas Lee,
Verna J. W est, Harvey W illiams, Rodney, Candice, Denise
Garcia, Tyrell & Samantha W illiiams, Donna Hosack, Flor
Bracamonte, Cora Morales, Emma Glua, Rose Vergara,
Jocelyn Quino, Trevor W ong and all parishioners who are
sick or recuperating from illness or surgery.
AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE
All Souls' Day M ass, Sunday, Nov. 2, 2pm at Gardens of
Gethsem ani. Open 8am -10pm for visitation and prayer.
Candles to be placed on your loved ones grave are
available at www.rccav.org/candles or purchase on site.
The Legion of M ary extends an invitation to all families
who wish the visit of the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary
to their hom es. Deepen your prayer life through the
Propagation of Fam ily Rosary and Enthronem ent of the
Sacred Heart of Mary. If you are interested, please contact
Minda 778-317-4547, Cely 604-620-8902, or 604-6760060. You are also invited to join at 10am on the First
Saturday in Devotion and Prayers for the reparation of sins.
M an Alive is back. Join the Archbishop, 30 priests, and
800 other m en, Friday, Nov. 7, at St. Patrick's Parish in
Vancouver, 7:30pm start, for a powerful evening with
speaker Matt Fradd. Tickets are $10, available at
www.rcav.org/m analive; price includes m aterials and
m anly, quality refreshm ents. As the venue only perm its 800
attendees, act fast to ensure your seat on Novem ber 7!
W orldw ide M arriage Encounter Nov 14-16 in Aldergrove.
Make your good m arriage better by attending an intim ate
weekend with your spouse. Call Steve & Mary for nore info
and to register, 604-876-7298, or visit www.wwm e.org
M orning of Recollection at M adonna House: Join us for
prayer and reflection on “Holy Fools: Bringing Light in an
Unstable W orld” at St. John the Apostle Parish hall Sat.,
Nov. 8, 9:30am – noon. Bring your bible and rosary… .and
a friend. Call 604-267-1757, e-m ail m [email protected] shaw.ca
36th Annual Vancouver College Finnegan Ball Sat.,
Nov. 15 at Fairm ont Pacific Rim Hotel. Info & tickets at
[email protected] m ail.vc.bc.ca. Thank you for your support!
Rhinestones & Angel W ings Gala Sat., Nov. 15 at St.
Patrick’s Hall, 12 th & Main St., 6:30 – 11:30 pm . In support
of Dom estic Abuse Services – OLGCS helping wom en in
situations of dom estic violence. Tickets call 604-585-6688.
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N o v e m b e r 2, 2014
T H E C O M M EM O R AT I O N O F ALL T H E FAI T H FUL D EP AR T ED
¡Bienvenidos feligreses de habla hispana y visitantes a la Catedral del Santos Rosario!
Servicios
_ CONFESIONES en Español con el Padre Federico
Buttner. Mier, Jue y Vier 11:45am y 4:45 pm . Sábado
- 11:45 am y de 4 a 5 pm . ¡Pregunta por él!
_ ROSARIO EN ESPAÑOL: Dom ingos 6:05 pm
_ EXPOSICION DEL SANTISIM O Prim er sábado de
cada m es, 6:30pm . ¡Jesús resucitado te espera!
_ Participa com o voluntario de la tienda de artículos
religiosos de la Catedral.
_Escríbenos a nuestro email: [email protected]
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Directorio de Coordinatores:
# Sacerdote: P. Federico Buttner
# Coro: Adrian Calabuche
# Lectores: Alex Frias
# Hospitalidad: Vanessa Tapia y Clare McCorm ick
# Eventos: Vanessa Tapia
# M inistros Ext. de Comunión: Ricardo de la Garza
# Apoyo Gral. a la Com. de Base: Edna Gpe. Diaz
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M ARK YOUR C ALENDAR
Fiesta de Todos los Santos
En la fiesta de hoy celebram os a todos los santos, aquellos que
la Iglesia ha reconocido por las cosas que hicieron durante su
vida, com o cristianos com prom etidos en " am ar a Dios y al
prójim o com o a sí m ism os "; am or expresado a través de una
vida llena de virtudes y buenas obras; personas que vivieron en
plenitud su vocación cristiana, aun en m edio de dificultades
com o la incom prensión, la persecución y el m artirio; y que por
eso son dignas de gran reconocim iento de nuestra parte.
Pero no solam ente a aquellos que se les ha reconocido
públicam ente su santidad, sino nuestros fam iliares, am igos y
conocidos difuntos, de los cuales esperam os que ya estén
gozando de la presencia del Señor. Hoy rezam os por todos
ellos y, al m ism o tiem po, nos encom endam os a su intercesión
por nosotros ante Dios.
Se aproxima
La festividad de Ntra. Sra. de Guadalupe. Primeramente Dios, el
próximo Domingo tendremos más información al respecto.
La Palabra en tu Vida
¿ Qué significa ser dichoso ? ¿ Qué significa decir: " Creo en la
resurrección de los m uertos y en la vida del m undo futuro " ?
Existe una diferencia entre escribir con letra m inúscula o
m ayúscula la palabra " vida ". Tam bién existe diferencia entre
felicidad y alegría. Felicidad está m as relacionada a ver
cubiertas nuestras necesidades y gustos desde el punto de vista
m aterial. Alegría está m ás relacionada al plano espiritual, esto
quiere decir que aunque existan carencias m ateriales, nuestro
espíritu confiando en el Señor está anticipadam ente gozando la
confianza puesta en Él. Recordem os las palabras del Arcángel
Gabriel a la Virgen María: " Alégrate, llena de Gracia . . ."
M USIC N OTES
Cathedral Organist & Music Director
Denis Bedard 604-322-5995
Assistant Organist/Music Adm inistrator
Catherine W alsh 604-222-8072
M usic Programme for the 11:00 am M ass
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Organ Prelude: Prélude funèbre (from Cinq Pièces funèbres)
- D. BÉDARD
Offertory: Nunc Dim ittis (Choir)
- T. L. VICTORIA
Communion: 1. Adagio from Toccata, Adagio
and Fugue in C
- J. S. BACH
2. Ave Verum (Choir)
- E. ELGAR
Organ Postlude: Cortège (from Cinq Pièces funèbres)
- D. BÉDARD
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M usic Preview for Sunday, November 9, 2014
M issa Brevis - A. LOTTI / Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring - J. S.
BACH / Locus Iste - A. BRUCKNER / O Sacred Feast - H.
W ILLAN / Organ m usic by D. BÉDARD
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HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL PARISH
P ARISH L IFE
Baptisms
Sundays at 2:00pm. Preparation classes are held on the second
Saturday of each month. Please contact the parish office to find out more.
Marriages
Appointments should be made at least six months in advance.
Couples please contact the Parish Office for information.
Altar Servers
The Cathedral has a team of dedicated servers who are scheduled
to help at specific Masses. Help is needed at weekday Masses too.
Contact: Bertilla Watanabe 604-682-6774 ext. 6
Cathedral Bell Ringers
A skilled and dedicated team of bell ringers rings our eight bells by
hand. New ringers, experienced or not, are welcome always. Practices are
held on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm. Visit www.vscr.ca Email: [email protected]
- Cathedral Gift Shop:
The Gift Shop aims to be open before & after the noon & evening
weekday Masses, as well as Sunday morning & evening Masses, and is
staffed by a crew of dedicated ladies. Thank you for your support.
Catholic Women’s League
The CWL is rooted in gospel values and calls its members to
holiness through service. They organize and support a wide range of
spiritual and social events. They meet in Rosary Hall on the 3rd Thursday
of each month at 6:30 pm. Contact: Jane Rosenthal Email:
[email protected]
Church Care & Cleaning
The sanctuary is given a thorough cleaning on Tuesday mornings and
the last Sat of each month. More hands are needed. Contact the parish
office at [email protected]
Choirs
Three choirs offer a variety of music repertoires to enrich our prayer
and worship experience. If you would like share your talents, find out which
of our choirs is right for you. Contact: Catherine Walsh 604-222-8072
Couples for Christ
CFC brings couples into a living relationship with Jesus Christ.
Married couples who wish to live their Christian life in an active, supportive
relationship with one another are invited to join. Contact: Roderick Ysonza
Email: [email protected]
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Hispanic Community
The weekly Spanish Mass now caters to the Spanish-speaking
community in our parish. The Genesis Group reaches out to young adults
within this community. If you would like to serve as an usher, lector or in any
other way please let us know. [email protected]
www.facebook.com/comunidadhispanahrc
Knights of Columbus
The K of C a fraternal benefit society founded on the principles of charity,
unity and fraternity. Fellowship is promoted among members and their families
through educational and charitable and social welfare works. Contact: Jacek
Walkowicz, Email: [email protected]
Karol Wojtyla Club
The KWC is the Cathedral’s young adult group. We provide a welcoming,
comforting community in which to cultivate our faith through prayer, education,
charity, and fellowship in Christ. Join us Sunday at 1:45 pm in the St. Vincent
de Paul Room of the Hall. www.holyrosarycathedral.org/karol-wojtyla-club.
Legion of Mary
The men & women of the Legion are a well-established organization in
the parish. They serve in all areas of parish life as greeters, ushers and prayer
leaders. They also make house visits to visit the sick, pray the rosary and
evangelize. A number of praesidia meet during the week in the Parish hall.
Contact: Rufina Armandiz, 604-325-9921 or the Parish Office.
Lectors
The sacramental celebration of the Word of God is a proclamation which
must enlighten the minds of the listeners and inspire them in the journey
towards God. New lectors welcome. Attendance at a Lector’s Workshop is
compulsory. Contact: David Cuan, D [email protected] gm ail.com
Project Advance
Project Advance is an annual diocesan appeal beginning in Spring. If you
can help at the launch and follow-up, it would certainly be appreciated.
Contact: Bertilla Watanabe Email: [email protected]
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)
Classes are held on Tuesday evenings from Sept. to May, 7:00 - 9:00
pm at Holy Rosary Hall, 650 Richards St. Call the office for info and
registration.
Ushers & Greeters
Help is needed to distribute bulletins, take up the collection, welcome all
who come to Mass and generally be ready to serve with a smile! Contact:
Gilda Penfold, Email: [email protected]
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Development & Peace
D & P is the official international development organization of Catholic
Church in Canada. It helps the world's poor and disadvantaged by
advocating policy change in government and corporations and by donating
time and money to support development efforts. Contact Bertilla
Watanabe: Email: [email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
If you are a regular at the parish and live by the principles of a faithfilled Catholic, this ministry may be your calling. Lay members help with
the distribution of the Eucharist when additional help is required. Contact:
Shirley Wang 604-879-8295
50+ and Seniors If you are 50 and older, join this group for a range of
activities - Bible Sharing on Tuesdays 10:00 -11:30am, Gentle Chair Yoga
on Thursdays 10:00-11:30am as well as short excursions and lunch
gatherings. Contact Shirley Wang at 604-879-8295.
Handmaids of the Lord
This is an all-women ministry of the Couples for Christ. It aims to
provide Christian pastoral support for personal renewal. By sharing in the
gifts of the Holy Spirit, the members grow as witnesses to the faith
through continuing conversion, service and evangelization work. Contact:
Maritess Tan, Email: [email protected]
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-RCAV’s Catholic After Hours Fall Social M ixers
at the Art Gallery Café downtown, with Fr. Jam es Hughes,
Mondays, Nov. 3, 10 & 17. Dinner & Social 6:30, Speaker
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