Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time November 16, 2014

Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Iglesia Catolica De San Jose
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time November 16, 2014
Blessed are you who fear the LORD. -Psalm 128:1a
Mass Schedule/ Horario de Misas
Saturday/Sábado 4:00pm English ,
6:00pm Español
Sunday/Domingo 9:00 am, 4:00 pm in English
12:00 pm en Español
Daily Masses:
Monday and Friday: 8:15am,
Wednesday: 6:00pm,
Thursday: 12:15pm
Holy Days:
7:00pm Vigil / 8:15am,
7:00pm (Español)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Para Confesarse
Saturday at 5:00pm / Wednesday at 5:30pm or
by appointment
Pueden confesarse los sábados a los 5:00pm y
Miercoles a los 5.30pm de la tarde o puede
llamar al Párrocco, el Padre Philip por cita
Eucharistic Adoration
Adoración Eucharistica
First Friday/Primer viernes 9:00am–
Saturday 6:00am
512 West Wainman
Asheboro, NC 27203
Ph: 336-629-0221
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hour
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Parish Staff
Fr. Philip Kollithanath: Pastor, Email: [email protected]
Jean Hyatt: Parish Secretary;
Teresita Ramirez: Office Assistant
Colette Estes Music Coordinator
Jason Kroeger Faith Formation Coordinator (English)
Manuela Torres: Hispanic Faith Formation Coordinator
Michael Thurlow: Parish Council;
Scott Harris: Finance Council
November 16,,2014
From the Pastor’s Desk
Fr. Philip Kollithanath
As Catholics if we have to find joy in trying to do the Will of God everyday not in doing what the world tells us through its propaganda
media, through captivating shows and music, through subtle message packed games and entertainment programs, there are several questions
challenging us and our sincerity in our faithfulness to the Lord and His teachings.
We speak of marriage and family as the foundation of our faith, the ideal church where God’s love and teachings are taught and experienced progressively as we grow in Wisdom and grace before God and the world. If here is love and faith in the family the kids will have it. If these
are absent in the family, the kids will be dysfunctional and alienated from the Lord as they grow up in the world. Parents have this responsibility to
make sure there is love and faith alive in the family. At Baptism they promised to God to raise the children in faith but if they forget about it later
and fail to do that God given responsibility, we are losing generations of children who should have grown with the knowledge and love of the
Lord. So where and why do we fail?
In an ideal marriage, the woman opens her body to welcome the man and to experience the oneness in Body and Spirit. This is not just
a lustful visualization. It is a challenging statement. It demands that they both grow beyond the physicalness of their union into the Spiritual and
transcendental way of enjoying life together. In plain language, they need to grow form lustful stage to real love which is spiritual and really uniting
such a way that nothing can separate them.
This is very true about physical life as well as spiritual life. This is what St. Paul writes in his letter to the Romans ( Rom.8:31-39), “
what can separate me from the love of Christ? ..” we are not talking about a lustful life. It is the spiritual relationship that is far beyond what the
lustful human mind conceives. Lust is selfish, love is gracious and giving unconditionally.
One major problem in our families is that husband and wife have not succeeded in transcending their life to that spiritual level of unity.
They are stuck in the lustfulness. So long as they remain there, there is always unhappiness due to the dissatisfaction, distrust and many other
issues connected with worldliness. This leads to affairs, many addictive dysfunctions like pornography, masturbation, alcohol and drug habits that
eventually will destroy not only the marriage and family but even their own personal lives. Covering up many such unacceptable deviations, couples may hang in there for a while but the collapse is imminent and will be disastrous. True victims are the children
In a true Catholic Marriage, both husband and wife will sit together and share their thoughts and feelings, pray together and praise God
together frequently, dialogue with each other and their children about life and its challenges and crises, success and failures and together will try
to recognize God’s will in what happens to them every day. This is the sign of a family that has grown from lust to love where God’s love is experienced and witnessed. This is what we are lacking in our families today. May the Lord strengthen our families. God bless you all
Welcome to Visitors & New Members
You are welcome to worship with us at any time. If you are
new to the Randolph County area, may we invite you to
register as a member of the parish? Registration forms
are available in the parking lot vestibule or by calling the
THE CELEBRATION OF INFANT BAPTISM: Baptism is an important celebration
in the community. It requires a time for parents (and sponsors, if available) to be
prepared. This can even be done before a child is born. Baptismal preparation is
done with Jason Kroeger. To schedule an appointment, please call 301-4418
ORDER OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION: Children over age six and all adults who
believe the Spirit of God is moving them to Baptism, Confirmation and the reception
of the Eucharist participate in a process that moves through the year and culminates at the Easter Vigil each year. Contact the church office for details of this
process and to enroll in the precatechumenate or candidate programs.
Bienvenida a los visitantes y nuevos miembros
Usted esta bienvenido a nuestra parroquia en cualquier momento. Si es usted nuevo en el condado de
Randolph, lo invitamos a registrarse y formar parte de
nuestra parroquia. Las formas para registrarse están
disponibles en el estante de los panfletos o llamando
a la iglesia.
ORDEN DE INICIACIÓN CRISTIANA: Niños mayores de sies años y todo adulto
que cree que el espíritu de Dios los esta moviendo al bautismo, confirmación y a la
recepción de la Eucaristía deben participar en un proceso que se mueve durante el año
y culmina con la vigilia pascual cada año. Contacte la oficina parroquial para más detalles de este proceso y la inscripción en el precatecumenico o candidato a los programas.
*CELEBRACIÓN DEL BAUTISMO INFANTIL: El bautismo es una importante celebracion en la comunidad. Esto require el tiempo de los padres y padrinos para ser preparados. Esto se puede hacer antes del nacimiento del nino. Nuestro programa de preparacion (platicas prebautismales)es ofrecido el primer sábado de cada mes alas 8:45 am A
12:00 noon Los Bautismos son celebrados el primer sábado y el ultimo sábado de cada
mes. Ecepto en la estacion cuaresmal. Para registrarse all programa, contact Julia
Rodrigues al (336) 381-2921—O Valentin Corona al (336) 460-5798.
CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE: Because of the important sign of God's love Catholics
believe a married couple to be, a time of preparation and reflection is an important
MATRIMONIOS CRISTIANOS: Porque el importante signo del amor de Dios por
first step for couples wanting to marry. The parish requires that a six month advance notice be given so that appropriate paperwork and preparation can be under- las parejas de matrimonios católicos creyentes, un tiempo de preparación y reflexión es
un importante primer paso para las parejas que quieran casarse. La parroquia requiere
taken. Contact the church office for an initial appointment to begin this process.
que se debe hacer con seis meses de anticipación el proceso de preparación de las
formas y clases que deben tomar. Contacte la oficina parroquial para hacer el acuerdo
VISITATION OF THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND: We want to stay connected to
those who may not be able to join us regularly for the Eucharist. Arrangements can inicial para comenzar el proceso.
VICITACIÓN A ENFERMOS EN EL HOGAR: Nosotros queremos estar conectados
be made for a lay minister to visit and for the Sacrament of the Sick to be adminiscon quienes no pueden disponer de nuestro servicio de la Eucaristía regularmente. La
tered by the pastor. Call the church office to make these arrangements.
orden se puede hacer por un ministro para vicitar y llevar los sacramentos de unción a
los enfermos administrados por el pastor. Llamar a la oficina parroquial para hacer el
FAITH FORMATION: The parish offers Kindergarten through grade 5 faith
formation f rom 10:15-11:15 in English on Sunday—Choir 10-11:15 am. Confirma- acuerd
FORMACION DE FE: La parroquia ofrece clases de formación a kindergarten
tion,2:45 to 3:45 Life Teen 5-6 pm
hasta 5 grado, los domingos en la mañana a las 10:15-11:15 (ingles). Las clases en
español se ofreceran los sabados a las 4 -:5:30 PM. Las clases de Confirmación se
ofreceran los domingos a las 2:45-3:45 pm. Life Teen 5-6:30
November 16,2014
Parish of St. Joseph
Year to Date._______________$
under/over ________________________$
Needed ___________________________ $
( 31,9927.48)
Building Fund
……… $1,350,892.90
Building Fund Goal:…
We appreciate your generous pledges and your regular
payments. We are climbing up to our goal!! Thank you
and God Bless you for all the sacrifices you have made to
get this far.
Masses for the week of November 8th
Saturday 15th
+ 4:00 pm Mass English
Max Bennett, req.Ladies Guild
+ 6:00 pm Flora Hernandez, req.
Lorena Hernandez
Sunday 16th
+9:00 am Mass for All Deceased
Knights of Parish
12:00 noon Spanish Mass
Monday 17th
8:15 am Mass 1:00
Tuesday 18th
10:00 Bible Study please join us
all are welcome
1:00 pm Rosary Group
Wednesday 19th
5:30 confession 6:00 pm Mass
Thursday 20th
12:15 +
8:15 am Mass
Saturday 22nd
Max Bennett, req. Carol
+6:00 pm Mass Spanish
12 noon Baptisms 11:00 am Quinceanera Jeovanna
Benitez, 1:00 pm Wedding
Liturgical Ministers
November 22
Altar Servers: Jenna Graham
Jean Hyatt
Lynn Hyatt , Mike Leach
Mike Leach
November 23
Altar Servers: Georgia Smith
Eucharistic : Keith Bryant, Tom Murphy
Hospitality : David Poupore, Wayne Dawson,Ron
Joan Sloyan, Tom Murphy
Nov. 17th Alexander Linin, Bea Heerschap, Steve
Nov 18th Maria Pincus
Nov.19th Natalia Newman, Georgia Smith, Luis
Valencia,Timothy Havens,
Nov. 20th Guadalupe Garcia, Manuel Badilo.
.Jorge Martinez,
Nov.21st Alejandro Garcia, Esperanza Cortes,
Nov.22nd Giovanna Benitez, Glen Smith
Nov.23rd MaryANn Pittman, Joey Post, Robert
Nov.24th Benito Ruiz, Maria Luisa Leon,
The sign up sheet is hanging on the wall if
you would like to donate any flowers in
memory of or in thanks for something
special that you have received from God
or any of your favorite
Saints. God Bless you
“When one finds a worthy wife, her value
is far beyond pearls. Her husband, entrusting his
heart to her, an infailing prize,” Do we value the
prize we have in our spouse enough to take time
to enjoy it?
Asheville NC.
Early sign up is recommended. For more
information visit our website at:ontact us at [email protected] or 704-3152144.
Faith Formation Notes
November 16, 2014
From Jason Kroeger
The youth will be starting to get ready for the Christmas Vigil Mass—Further information on when
rehearsals will be coming up will be posted in the bulletin for your convenience. Thank you.
Knights Of Columbus will be taking orders for the Cut Christmas Trees,
Wreaths and roping after all the Masses.The Order forms will be available
at the church entrances. Final orders will be taken on Nov. 23rd. Planned
delivery to the parking lot is the Friday after Thanksgiving. Please support your Building Fund and the Knights.
Bible Study classes have begun, they are studying “Luke” anyone is welcome to
join them. It is a very enjoyable venture to learn more about our Bible.
Rosary Group meets every Tuesday at 1:00 pm everyone is welcome to join them
in prayer.
Hispanic Rosary Group: Fridays at 7:00 pm everyone is welcome.
The Knights of Columbus will be saying the Rosary on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of
each month at 8:30 am before the 9:00 am Mass. The Women’s Guild will lead
the Rosary on 1st & 3rd Sundays at the same time. Please come and join them
in prayer.
The Educational Minute Committee meeting will be held on Monday,
November 3rd at 6:30pm in the Council room.We will be discussing the
presentations for Advent through Lent. Anyone interested in working please see Kim
Remember in your Prayers,
Gary Hutchins, Samuel Lopez, Socorro Monteon
Machuec; Pat Whitehead,Grace Gizzi, Ben Green Carl Maloney’s son inlaw.
Lauri Newsome having surgery on Friday 24th, Ardist Holyfield. Please keep Sandy and Dan
Higgins in your prayers for the loss of her mother.
Those at their homes or nursing centers: Marilyn Janzer, Jean Dawson’s cousin, Christopher
Gardner, Mr. & Mrs.Albert Gardner’s son, Please add Jean & Wayne Dawsons she has had recent
surgery. Fran Stark’s son who has had recent surgery.
Prayers for our Parishioners in the Military:
Please pray for our parishioners serving in the Military, William Ball,
Maxi La Rose and General Kevin Wendel serving in Afghanistan. ,
if you have someone who is serving in the Military, please call the office and we
will put him or her on the prayer list. God Bless our Troops.
Nov. 16h, 2014
First Reading — The woman who fears the L
is to
be praised (Proverbs 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31).
Psalm — Blessed are those who fear the Lord (Psalm
Second Reading — Brothers and sisters, you are children of the light (1 Thessalonians 5:1-6).
Gospel — Since you were faithful in
small matters, I will give you great
responsibilities (Matthew 25:14-30
[14-15, 19-21]).
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Ɵme
St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Dedication of the Basilicas of Ss. Peter
and Paul; St. Rose Philippine DuchesneThe Presentation of the Blessed Virgin
St. Cecilia
All Christians in both East and West embraced the care of the sick as essential to church life. In the West,
the importance of the visit of the priest is stressed, while in the East, the sick person is brought to the church
for a full Liturgy of the Word. Some, such as the Armenians, even call it the “Ritual of the Lamp,” since the oil
is poured out of the lamp by which the Word is read. This may be why Eastern Christians sometimes anoint
the sick with this oil, since the trip to church might kill them.
Our tradition in the West also unfolded in monasteries, where it was possible for infirm monks to be attended with a full and beautifully consoling liturgy. In 950 the monks of St. Alban’s Abbey in Mainz produced a
ceremonial book that was instantly a pastoral hit everywhere. There were two lengthy rituals for the sick, one
an extended vigil, and the other a liturgy of anointing that included Communion under both species. While this
ritual was a house formula for monks, it is easy to see how monks who had the care of parishes desired to
serve their parishioners in a similar way. The first form included the chanting of penitential psalms, and the
second form required a confession beforehand. Both forms included a laying on of hands, which everyone
understood as being an essential part of penance.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Rv 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 18:35-43
Rv 3:1-6, 14-22; Ps 15:2-5; Lk 19:1-10, or, (for the memorial of the Dedication) Acts 28:11-16, 3031; Ps 98:1-6; Mt 14:22-33
Wednesday: Rv 4:1-11; Ps 150:1b-6; Lk 19:11-28
Thursday: Rv 5:1-10; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Lk 19:41-44
Rv 10:8-11; Ps 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111, 131; Lk 19:45-48
Saturday: Rv 11:4-12; Ps 144:1b, 2, 9-10; Lk 20:27-40
Ez 34:11-12, 15-17; Ps 23:1-3, 5-6; 1 Cor 15:20-26, 28; Mt 25:31-46
Columbiettes Auxiliary A little information on this group. It is comprised of Catholic women ages
17 & up who work together to support the Church, the community, each other and the Knights of
Columbus. one does not have to be married or related to a Knight to join the Auxiliary. The Columbiettes are women of all ages from 18 and up. We would really like to get it started—all are welcome—This is in no way going to take away from any of the other groups Spanish or English. In
fact it would be nice to all work together in this venture. If anyone has any questions please call
Jean in the office—she will try to explain more about the group and if she doesn’t know the answer
will get one for you. Please consider to come to an informative meeting before you say NO. sign up
sheet on kitchen wall.
Iglesia De San Jose
Novembre 16th 2014
Fr. Philip Kollithanath
Pastor—Iglesia Católica de San José
Como católicos, si tenemos que encontrar la alegría en el intento de hacer la Voluntad de Dios todos los días, no en
hacer lo que el mundo nos dice a través de sus medios de propaganda, a través de espectáculos cautivadores y música, a través de mensajes lleno sutiles juegos y programas de entretenimiento, hay varias preguntas desafiantes nosotros y nuestra sinceridad en nuestra fidelidad al Señor y sus enseñanzas. Hablamos del matrimonio y la familia como
el fundamento de nuestra fe, la iglesia ideal donde el amor y las enseñanzas de Dios se les enseña y experimentaron
progresivamente a medida que crecemos en sabiduría y en gracia ante Dios y el mundo. Si aquí es el amor y la fe en la
familia a los niños les tienen. Si éstos están ausentes en la familia, los niños serán disfuncional y alienada del Señor a
medida que crecen en el mundo. Los padres tienen esta responsabilidad para asegurarse de que es el amor y la fe
viva en la familia. En el Bautismo nos prometieron a Dios para criar a los hijos en la fe, pero si se olvidan de ello más
tarde y no hacen que Dios le dio la responsabilidad, estamos perdiendo generaciones de niños que deberían haber
crecido con el conocimiento y el amor del Señor. Entonces, ¿dónde y por qué fallamos? En un matrimonio ideal, la mujer abre su cuerpo para dar la bienvenida al hombre y para experimentar la unidad en el Cuerpo y Espíritu. Esto no es
sólo una visualización lujurioso. Es una declaración desafiante. Exige que ambos crecen más allá de la fisicalidad de
su unión en el camino espiritual y trascendental de disfrutar de la vida juntos. En un lenguaje sencillo, que necesitan
para crecer formulario etapa lujurioso al amor verdadero, que es espiritual y realmente unir de tal manera que nada
puede separarlos. Esto es muy cierto acerca de la vida física, así como la vida espiritual. Esto es lo que St. Paul
escribe en su carta a los Romanos (Romanos 8: 31-39), "lo que puedo me separará del amor de Cristo? .. "No estamos
hablando de una vida lujuriosa. Es la relación espiritual que es mucho más allá de lo que concibe la mente humana
lujurioso. La lujuria es egoísta, el amor es amable y dando incondicionalmente.Un problema importante en nuestras
familias es que marido y mujer no han logrado trascender su vida a ese nivel espiritual de la unidad. Ellos están atrapados en la lujuria. Así que siempre que permanezcan allí, siempre hay infelicidad debido a la insatisfacción, desconfianza y muchas otras cuestiones relacionadas con la mundanidad. Esto lleva a los asuntos, muchas disfunciones adictivas
como la pornografía, la masturbación, el alcohol y la adicción a las drogas que a la larga va a destruir no sólo el matrimonio y la familia, pero incluso sus propias vidas personales. El encubrimiento de muchas de esas desviaciones inaceptables, las
parejas pueden pasar el rato allí por un tiempo, pero el colapso es inminente y será desastroso. Verdaderas víctimas son los niñosEn un verdadero matrimonio católico, el marido y la esposa se sentarán juntos y compartir sus pensamientos y sentimientos, orar
juntos y alabar a Dios juntos con frecuencia, el diálogo entre ellos y sus hijos acerca de la vida y sus desafíos y las crisis, éxitos y
fracasos, y juntos intentarán para reconocer la voluntad de Dios en lo que les sucede todos los días. Este es el signo de una familia
que ha crecido de la lujuria de amar donde se experimenta el amor de Dios y fue testigo. Esto es lo que nos falta en nuestras familias hoy. Que el Señor fortalezca nuestras familias. Dios los bendiga a todos
Apo 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Lc 18:35-43
Apo 3:1-6, 14-22; Sal 15 (14):2-5; Lc 19:1-10,ó (para la memoria de la Dedicación) Hch 2811-16, 30
-31; Sal 98 (97):1-6; Mt 14:22-33
Miércoles:Apo 4:1-11; Sal 150:1b-6; Lc 19:11-28
Jueves: Apo 5:1-10; Sal 149:1b-6a, 9b; Lc 19:41-44
Viernes: Apo 10:8-11; Sal 119 (118):14, 24, 72, 103, 111, 131; Lc 19:45-48
Sábado: Apo 11:4-12; Sal 144 (143):1b, 2, 9-10; Lc 20:27-40
Domingo: Ez 34:11-12, 15-17; Sal 23 (22):1-3, 5-6; 1 Cor 15:20-26, 28; Mt 25:31-46
Domingo: Trigésimo Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Santa Isabel de Hungría
La Dedicación de las Basilicas de San Pedro y San Pablo; Santa Rose Philippine Duchesne
Viernes: La Presentación de la Santísima Virgen María
Sábado: Santa Cecilia
Iglesia De San Jose
La coordinadora de Formacion en la Fe:
November 16,2014
Manuela Torres
La juventud española está teniendo un retiro este fin de semana. Esperamos
que tengan un retiro muy esclarecedor y el Espíritu Santo entre en sus corazones.
Dios los bendiga a todos
En 1682 unos negociantes encontraron una caja abandonada en una playa al sur de El Salvador. Como no
pudieron abrirla decidieron llevársela al pueblito de San Miguel para conseguir con qué abrirla. Montaron la
caja en un burrito y comenzaron su camino. Al pasar por la iglesia parroquial, el burrito se sentó y la caja se
abrió revelando una bella imagen de la Virgen.
En aquel entonces el pueblo de El Salvador estaba divido por la guerra pero con la llegada de esta imagen milagrosa el pueblo buscó reconciliarse. En 1833 hubo otra guerra en El Salvador y los que salieron victoriosos prometieron a María no vengarse en contra de los perdedores. Por estos hechos se le concedió a la
imagen el nombre Nuestra Señora de la Paz. Su imagen de madera tallada y vestida lleva una palma en la
mano recordando un milagro donde por la intercesión de la Virgen de la Paz, Dios salvó al pueblo de la explosión de un volcán. La palma recuerda que el humo que salía del volcán formaba una palma en el cielo.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Nov 15th
Lectors :
Altar Servers:
Altar Servers
Liturgical Schedule
Mali, Cecilia Rico, Yance Gonzalez,Ofelia Gallegos, Maria Plata
Antonio Arce Eriberto Hernandez, Julio Cesar Gonzalez
Beatriz Sanchez, Carmen Valdez
Carolina & Charly & Luis Corona, Teresa Barron
Roberto Arellano,Ma Luz Cortez, Altagracia & Jose Grullon,Marie Uribe
Kenia & Jose Frias
Leonila Osorio, Victor Manuel
Eduardo, Teresa Baron, Orlando Martinez, Jenny Vasquez,
Hilario Dominguez,Miguel & Agustin Dominguez
.Columbiettes auxiliar
Un poco de información sobre este grupo. Está compuesto por mujeres católicas mayores de 17 y hasta los que trabajan en conjunto para apoyar a la Iglesia, la comunidad, entre ellos y los Caballeros de Colón uno no tiene que estar
casado o en relación con un caballero a unirse a la Auxiliar. Los Columbiettes son la mujer de todas las edades de 18
en adelante. Realmente nos gustaría ponerlo en marcha-todos son bienvenidos-Esto es de ninguna manera va a
tomar distancia de cualquiera de los otros grupos españoles o ingleses. De hecho, sería bueno que todos trabajemos
juntos en esta aventura. Si alguien tiene alguna pregunta por favor llame a Jean en la oficina-Voy a tratar Por favor
considerar venir a una reunión informativa antes de decir NO. hoja de inscripción en la pared de la explicar
más sobre el grupo y si no sé la respuesta voy a conseguir uno para usted.
Primera lectura — Un esposo es capaz de confiar su corazón a su esposa que es como una joya
(Proverbios 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31).
Salmo — Dichosos los que temen al Señor (Salmo 128 [127]).
Segunda lectura — El día del Señor vendrá como el ladrón en la noche (1 Tesalonicenses 5:1-6).
Evangelio Porque has sido fiel en lo poco, ven a compartir la alegría de tu Señor (Mateo 25:14-30 [149-21]).
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