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The Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 16, 2014
2800 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA 95054
Conducted by the Fathers of the Institute of the Incarnate Word
Website: www.olop-shrine.org
 RECTORY
(408) 988-4585
 CONVENT
(408) 988-4160
Rev. Gustavo Nieto, IVE, Pastor
Rev. Samuel Leonard, IVE, Associate Pastor
Rev. Joseph LoJacono, IVE, Associate Pastor
Rev. Thomas Steinke, IVE, Associate Pastor
Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matara
Mother Maria Regina Pacis, SSVM, Superior
 OFFICE HOURS
Rectory:
Mon. 9am-4:30pm (closed 12-1); Tue. - Fri. 9am-7pm (closed 12-1pm);
Sat. 9am-1pm; Closed Sunday
Catechism:
Tues. & Thu. 9-11:30am & 5:30-8pm; Wed. 9-11:30am & 3-6pm;
(408) 988-7543
Sat. 9am-1pm
Adult Religious Ed: Tue. - Fri. 2 to 7pm; Sat. 9am-1pm
(408) 988-4585
(408) 988-7543
Library:
Sun.-Tue. 9am-5pm, Wed. 1pm-3pm, Fri 9am-5pm
(408) 988-4585x1214 (Located in the Family Learning Center Room 1214)
Music Ministry:
Contact Bernadette Arnold @ [email protected]
 MASSES
Sunday Vigil:
Sunday:
Holy Days:
Weekdays:
First Friday:
 CONFESSIONS
Saturdays:
Other times:
 GIFT SHOP
Sat. 5pm & 7:30pm
7:30am, 9:00am,10:30am, 12noon, 2pm & 5pm,
6:30pm (Spanish) & 8pm
Please see our website or call the Rectory Office
8am, 12noon, 5:15pm; also 7:30pm Wed. & 8am Sat.
8am, 12noon, 5:15pm, 7:30pm
3:30pm - 5pm
During all Sat & Sun Masses
Mon. during the 12noon & 5:15pm Masses
Tue - Fri. During the 8am, 12noon; 5:15pm Masses
(408) 980-9825
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 BAPTISMS, MARRIAGES & FUNERALS:
Please contact the Rectory Office for more information.
(For Marriages please contact the office before setting the date.)
Our Lady of Peace Church & Shrine Mission Statement
Our Lady of Peace is a church and shrine dedicated to the greater glory of God and the salvation of souls.
It is a place of prayer & pilgrimage with:
• Perpetual adoration of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament • Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary
• Frequent celebration of the Sacraments, particularly the Eucharist and Reconciliation
• Integrated formation of the person (spiritual, moral, intellectual and emotional)
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Our Lady of Peace
FROM OUR PASTOR
Dear Parishioners,
This coming Friday, November 21st we will celebrate the Presentation of the Virgin Mary in the
temple.
For a long time, Mary’s parents, Sts. Joachim and Ann, were without children. God rewarded their
prayers and granted them a daughter late in life. They may have made a vow before her birth to
offer her up to God. When Mary was three years old, her parents took her to Jerusalem to present
her to God in his Temple.
This event in Mary’s childhood was recorded for the first time by St. Evodius, Bishop of Antioch;
perhaps one of the seventy disciples of our Lord. He preceded St. Ignatius, St. Jerome,
St. Gregory of Nissa, St. Gregory Nazianzen, and other Church authorities who lived when
traditions were still very recent. They related the same event and held it as true. This event was
already being commemorated in the East, in the 6th century. Pope Gregory XI introduced this feast
at Avignon and Sixtus V in Rome in 1585 on November 21st.
The Responsorial Psalm that is read on this day says: How sweet to my taste is your promise!
(Ps 119: 103a) making reference to our Lady’s faith and hope, that reveals a fundamental way in
which our Blessed Mother expressed her love for Jesus: that is by doing God’s will. Yes, your
decrees are my delight; they are my counselors, continues the Psalm, Your decrees are my
inheritance forever; the joy of my heart they are.
So very briefly, I wish to share with you an excerpt from Pope Francis’ preaching on our Lady’s
hope. He says: “Mary is the mother of hope, the icon that most fully expresses Christian hope. Her
whole life is a series of episodes of hope, beginning with her ‘yes’ at the moment of the
Annunciation. Mary did not know how she could become a mother, but she entrusted herself totally
to the mystery that was about to be fulfilled, and she became the woman of expectation and hope.
Then we see her in Bethlehem, where the One proclaimed to her as the Savior of Israel and as the
Messiah is born into poverty. Later, while she was in Jerusalem to present him in the Temple amid
the joy of the elderly Simeon and Anna, a prediction was made that a sword will pierce her heart
and a prophecy foretells that He will be a sign of contradiction. She realizes that the mission and
the very identity of this Son surpasses her own motherhood. We then come to the episode of Jesus
who is lost in Jerusalem and is then called back: Son, why have you treated us so? (Lk 2:48), and
to Jesus’ reply that takes away her motherly anxiety and turns to the things of the Heavenly Father.
Yet in the face of all these difficulties and surprises in God’s plan, the Virgin’s hope is never
shaken—The woman of hope. This tells us that hope is nourished by listening, contemplation and
patience until the time of the Lord is ripe. Again at the wedding in Cana, Mary is the mother of hope,
which makes her attentive and solicitous to human affairs. With the start of his public ministry,
Jesus becomes the Teacher and the Messiah: Our Lady looks upon the mission of the Son with
exultation but also with apprehension, because Jesus becomes ever more that sign of contradiction
foretold by the elderly Simeon. At the foot of the Cross, she is at once the woman of sorrow and, of
watchful expectation of a mystery far greater than sorrow which is about to be fulfilled. It seemed
that everything had come to an end; every hope could be said to have been extinguished. She too,
at that moment, remembering the promises of the Annunciation could have said: they did not come
true, I was deceived. But she did not say this. And so she who was blessed because she believed,
sees blossom from her faith a new future and awaits God’s tomorrow with
expectation.” (Celebration of Vespers, 2013)
We owe so much to our Blessed Mother! She is that mother “who inspires us not with the vain hope
of the miserable and transitory advantages of this life,” says St. Alphonsus, “but with the holy hope
of the immense and eternal good of the blessed life to come”. May the feast of the Presentation of
our Lady remind us that she, is the mother of hope, that she is always solicitous to sustain us in
times of darkness, difficulty, discouragement, of seeming defeat or true human defeat. May our
Blessed Mother help us to make of our lives a pleasing offering to our Lord, in an attitude that
always looks forward to tomorrow.
May God bless you!
Fr. Gustavo Nieto, IVE
November 16, 2014
Announcements
We joyfully welcome all visitors
to the Shrine!
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Sunday Mass a endance
Will be taken during all Sunday
Masses through November in our
Parish. Thanks to our ushers for
taking counts every weekend.
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Coffee & Donuts
Offered by Knights of Columbus
For sale a er all morning Masses
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25¢ Fundraiser for People with
Intellectual Disability: Knights of
Columbus, in yellow and red
aprons, will be at the entrances
for your dona on at all weekend
Masses.
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Altar Society Bake Sale:
A er all Sunday morning Masses
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Online Dona on
Contribu ng to Our Lady of Peace
is now made easy: just go onlinesee page 6
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No Rosary on Saturdays :
6.00-7:00 pm | Oct. 25—Nov. 22
because of scheduled talks for
Total Consecra on to Jesus
through Mary
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Consecra on to Jesus thru Mary
the Consecra on will be on Nov.
23rd at 12 noon Mass. All
Consecrants are urged to make
confession 8 days prior to
Consecra on.
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Theology on Tap:
Next session is on Wed. Nov. 19
at 7:30 pm @ Mexicali Grill. Fr.
Raymond Gawronski, S.J. – “The
Four Last Things: Death,
Judgment, Heaven and Hell: Two
Certain es, one op on.”
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New Missal
We will start using the New Missal
for Advent effec ve Nov 30,th
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Rectory Office Closed:
Thanksgiving -Thu, Fri & Sat on
Nov. 27th, 28th & 29th
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Our Lady of Peace
November 16, 2014
NEXT TALK: Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Guest Speaker: Fr. Raymond Gawronski, S.J.
“The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell: Two Certainties, one option.”
Theology-on-Tap SV (Silicon
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Events begin at 7:00pm and end
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November 16, 2014
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Our Lady of Peace
November 16, 2014
Enjoy the convenience of electronic giving!
SATURDAY, NOV 15
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
All Souls Novena
Kristen Trojel, Special Intentions
7:30 PM
+Leticia S. Esconde
SUNDAY, NOV 16
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12 NOON
5:00 PM
6:30 PM
+Asuncion Covarrubias y +Faustina Padilla
8:00 PM
+Legion of Mary deceased members
MONDAY NOV 17
8:00 AM
12 NOON
5:15 PM
To set up an electronic giving schedule, you can:
 Complete a paper authorization form, sample given below.
Forms are available in each pew and in the rectory or,
For The People
Patrick & Jacob Ycaro, Special Intentions
Kim & Jason Bascos, Special Intentions
+Ubdulia Remo & + Luis King, DA
All Souls Novena
Alessandra Harris & Family, Special Intentions
2:00 PM
We are pleased to announce that we now offer electronic
giving as a way to automate your regular offering. Electronic
giving is convenient for you and provides much-needed
donation consistency for our congregation.
All Souls Novena
+Cherry A. Payle
Jeff Clarence Cruz-Taduran, Birthday
 Visit the church website at http://www.olop-shrine.org/
and look for the donation link.
When you click on this button you will get the screen
below. It will walk you through the process step-by-step.
TUESDAY, NOV 18
8:00 AM
12 NOON
5:15 PM
Our Lady of Peace Church, Thanksgiving
All Souls Novena
Lorizel & Gerry Leones, Thanksgiving
WEDNESDAY, NOV 19
8:00 AM
12 NOON
5:15 PM
7:30 PM
Victor E. Campos & Maria Teresa E. Tupas
+Eduardo & +Matias Valenzuela
All Souls Novena
Alyssa McConnell & Lawrence Ycaro
THURSDAY, NOV 20
8:00 AM
12 NOON
5:15 PM
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Emmanuel Hoang, Birthday
FRIDAY, NOV 21
8:00 AM
12 NOON
5:15 PM
Maurice Agcaoili & Michelle Mui, birthdays
All Souls Novena
+Consuelo & +Clemente Basinillo
SATURDAY, NOV 22
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
7:30 PM
Ludivic Lopez, Birthday
All Souls Novena
Tom & Katherine Dubsky, Special Intentions
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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL: FOOD DONATIONS
Need donations of canned food: vegetables, fruit,
soup and also, small boxes of cereal and crackers.
Please check expiry dates: no outdated food & no
fresh food
Your donations are very much appreciated.
We regret, due to the office being closed on Veteran's
Day we are not able to report the collections for the
weekend of November 8th & 9th. They will be available in next week’s bulletin.
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PARISH EVENTS
CONSECRATION TO JESUS THROUGH MARY
“SPECIAL CONFESSION HOURS”
Thursday, November 20:
Saturday, November 22:
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and
4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
spiritual penance and approach consecra on in a spirit of
mor fica on.
The Act of Consecra on will be said during the mass a er the Homily.
A copy of the Act of Consecra on will be provided to you in the
Church which you will sign.
In prepara on for Consecra on Day on November 23rd, addi onal
Congratula ons on your Consecra on to Jesus through Mary!
priests will be available for confession during the mes noted above.
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Par cipants of the Total Consecra on to Jesus through Mary program
are recommended to go to confession where available, before or
Tuesdays, Nov. 4 & 18: 7:15 – 8:45 pm Catholic Faith Fellowship: The
a er 8 days from Consecra on day.
Liturgical Year with Fr. Anthony Hernandez at Room No. 1101, Our
Lady of Peace Church & Shrine, 2800 Mission College Blvd., Santa
THE ACT of TOTAL CONSECRATION TO JESUS THROUGH MARY WILL
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TAKE PLACE ON
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd @ 12:00 NOON
Monday, Nov. 17: 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm : A talk on Death, Purgatory,
FEAST OF THE SOLEMNITY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST
Saints and Relics by Fr. Michael Pintacura, US Vice Postulator @ The
KING OF THE UNIVERSE
Learning Center 2800 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, Ca. 95054.
Par cipants of the Total Consecra on to Jesus through Mary
program, mark your calendars! We have passed the halfway mark of Monday, Dec. 1: An Evening of Healing for Men and Women by Fr.
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 Going to confession within 8 days from your consecra on day.
 On the day of consecra on, either fast, give alms, or offer a vo ve
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Our Lady of Peace
Upcoming Feast Days & Events
Feast Days
Nov 17:
St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Nov 18:
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne
Nov 21:
Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary
Nov 22:
St Cecilia
Nov 24:
St. Andrew Dung-Lac & Companions
Nov 25:
St. Catherine of Alexandria
Nov 30:
First Sunday of Advent
Dec 3:
St. Francis Xavier
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SCHEDULE OF
CHURCH DEVOTIONS
Full
15-Decade
Rosary
Weds-Mon
6-7 PM
Santo Niño
Novena
Mondays
7:00PM
Rosario en
Español
Mondays
8:00 PM
Men of the
Sacred Heart
Tuesdays
12AM-1AM
Holy Hour
Tuesdays
11AM
St. Anthony
Novena with
Mass
Tuesdays
6 PM
Rosary in
Vietnamese
Tuesdays
8 PM
Events
Nov 17:
Talk: Death, Purgatory, Saints & Relics
Nov 19:
Theology on Tap — Mexicali Grill
Nov 23:
Consecration to Jesus thru Mary
Nov 27-29
Thanksgiving – Rectory Office Closed
Nov 30:
First Day of Advent & Beginning of the
Year of Consecrated Life.
An Evening of Healing-Fr. Samuel
Leonard
Dec 1:
Please see pull-out calendar on pages 6 & 7.
Mother of
Perpetual
Wednesdays
Help Novena
7 PM
& Mass
St Joseph the
Worker’s Hour
Thursdays
7PM
On-Going Parish AcƟviƟes
Thursday Mornings @ 10:45 A.M. Pray
the Rosary for the protec on of the
unborn and born babies at star ng at
10:45 a.m. at the Mountain View Planned
Parenthood (intersec on of California &
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Saturdays @ 9:30 A.M. Rosary Making
Classes held in the Old Hall, 9:30 to 11
a.m. for adults & children (materials
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Every 2nd Saturday Rosary at the Shrine
a er 8am Mass for the bea fica on of Fr.
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Every 3rd Sunday
Altar Society Bake Sale
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Cenacle Holy Hour to pray for Priests,
Seminarians & Voca ons at 3PM
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