Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Parochial Vicar

November 23, 2014
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Maynard Nagengast, OSB, and
Rev. Bernard N. Mohan (Visiting Priests)
Deacon Michael Keary
Catholic Church
Romans 1:19-20: For what can be known about
God is evident to them, because God made it
evident to them. Ever since the creation of the
world, His invisible attributes of eternal power
and divinity have been able to be understood
and perceived in what He has made.
Our rectory hours
Monday thru Friday 8 AM-12:00 PM
1 PM-3 PM (Tuesdays til 6 PM)
Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:30 PM, Sunday 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 Noon and 5 PM (in Spanish)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Fridays
after 11 AM Mass with Benediction at 3:45 PM
Daily Masses
7:30 AM and 11 AM (except Saturday)
Miraculous Medal Novena after Masses on Wednesdays
Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30 PM to 4:15 PM on Saturdays and
after 7:30 AM and 11:00 AM Masses on Thursdays
On Thanksgiving Day, there will be only one daily Mass at 9 AM!
Happy Thanksgiving!
215 Crescent Pkwy, Sea Girt, NJ 08750 Phone 732-449-6364 Fax 732-449-1646 Web
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Mass Intentions
Monday, November 24
St. Andrew Dung-Lac and Companions
7:30 AM † John and Joyce Sheridan
† Rosaleen Connolly Kaminski
† Margaret Strenz
11:00 AM † Elizabeth Culhane
† Mark J. Eulner
† James Foerst
Tuesday, November 25
Janet and Art Ferrante
Dan and Rose Crimmins
Mary Campi Murphy
Stader Family
Thomas and Delores Critchley
St. Catherine of Alexandria
7:30 AM † Victor Bini
† Marie Wingard
11:00 AM † Emma V. Morris
† Anna Ammiano
† Dorothy Henriques
Jennifer and Frank Favata
Hirsch Family
Robert J. Schuster
Kathy and Bob Flammer
St. Mark's Altar Rosary Society
Wednesday, November 26
7:30 AM † Bob Schenk
† Mary Elizabeth VanRiper
11:00 AM † Bridget Morris
Special IntenƟon Charlene Hanson
† Raymond F. DeVoe, Jr.
Thursday, November 27
Robert J. Schuster
Barbara and John McManus
Thanksgiving Day
9:00 AM † John Power
† Anne Egan Czech
† John and Joyce Sheridan
Jim and Mary Power
Keller Family
Friday, November 28
7:30 AM † Jane L. Heilmann and Salvatore Costello
Special IntenƟon White Family
† Barbara Kuklinski
11:00 AM † George O'Neil
† James Foerst
† Ann G. Prather
Heilmann Family
Kathy and Ed Gunnell
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Karen and Glenn Skola
Saturday, November 29
7:30 AM Special IntenƟon Heather Saake
† Msgr. William J. Carton
4:30 PM † 2nd Anniversary Francis Cronin
† Anita and James Kearse
† Catherine Korotky
Sunday, November 30
Saake Family
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Carolyn and Peter Korotky
First Sunday of Advent
8:00 AM For the People of the Parish
10:00 AM † 3rd Anniversary John Lytle
† Norbert Van Bergen
† Sean McDonough
12:00 PM † Very Rev. Michael J. Ripple, O.P.P.G.
† Demetria Nieves
† Edward McKeon
5:00 PM Special IntenƟon SebasƟian Cameron
† John Kevin Morales
† Joao Vicuna
Mary Lou Lytle
Van Bergen Family
Rissy and Catherine
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Reiner Family
Ginny and Jim Mulvihill
Diana Zuna
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Introducing Our New Pew Missal
The decision to change
missal publishers from
OCP to Ignatius Press
was made after
reviewing all aspects of
the choices: musical,
liturgical and pastoral.
For the new liturgical season starting
next weekend, we are changing to the
Pew Missal, an annual subscription
offered for the first time by Ignatius
Press. Assembled with the input of
many US pastors and parish priests, it
includes Mass Readings and Propers
along with hymns for the entire year.
It means no more switching between
missalette and hymnal, replacing and
disposing of quarterly issues, flipping
pages to find the “Nicene Creed” (nope,
haven’t memorized the new translation
yet!) or Mass parts. Each pew rack will
now hold just two copies of the Pew
Missal instead of two seasonal Today’s
missalettes and a hard cover hymnal.
Although the new missal integrates
189 hymns, 51 of which are in our
current hymnal, it does not have some
of our parish favorites since OCP owns
the copyrights. Be assured that we are
looking into ways to address that
In order to try to give everyone at
Mass something to sing about, at the
10 AM Mass and one Sunday a month
at the 12 Noon, the congregation will
continue to use the Voices songbooks,
which will be stored at the ends of the
pews. For those who attend the
Saturday 4:30 PM Mass and Sunday
8 AM Mass, you may be pleased to
find some familiar traditional hymns
are back.
With the introduction of this new
missal, we are striving for active
participation at Mass to bring us into a
closer encounter with Almighty God
through the Sacred Liturgy.
The Universe According to Holy Scripture
One of the largest Hubble
mosaics ever assembled, the
magnificent Sombrero Galaxy
(on cover and at right) has a
diameter that is nearly onefifth the diameter of the full
moon. The Hubble Heritage
team used Hubble's Advanced
Camera to take six pictures of
the galaxy and then stitched
them together to create the
final composite image. The
photo reveals a myriad of stars
in a pancake-shaped disk as
well as a glowing central bulge
of stars.
Object Name: Sombrero Galaxy, M104, NGC 4594
Object Description:
Edge-on Spiral Galaxy
Position (J2000): R.A. 12h 39m 59s.43
Dec. -11° 37' 23".0
Constellation: Virgo
Distance: 28 million light-years
The spectacular images
from Hubble have helped
confirm what the Bible
teaches. Consider Isaiah
40:22 which mentions the
“circle of the earth.” When
the earth is viewed from
space, it always appears as
a circle. Although many
credit Pythagoras from
around 500 BC for being
the first to assert that the
earth is round, Isaiah
appears to have been
written in the 700s B.C.
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Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
Ezekiel 34:11-12, 15-17 As a shepherd seeks out his flock
when some of his sheep have been scattered abroad, so
will I seek out my sheep; and I will rescue them from all
places where they have been scattered on a day of clouds
and thick darkness.
Psalm 23:1-3, 5-6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow
me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house
of the LORD for ever.
1 Corinthians 15:20-26, 28 When all things are
subjected to Him, then the Son Himself will also be
subjected to Him who put all things under Him, that
God may be everything to every one.
Matthew 25:31-46 When the Son of man comes in His
glory, and all the angels with Him, then He will sit on
His glorious throne.
What’s Inside?
Giving Tree 2014 .................................................... 5
Gift for Our Parish Families ................................... 6
Operation Christmas Socks .................................... 6
Regular Features
■ Liturgical Minister Schedule 4 ■ Pray for Military 4
■ Prayers for Healing 5 ■ Week at a Glance 5 ■
Community Activities 7 ■ CYO News 7
Bulletin deadline: Monday at 2:00 PM (except before holidays)
Joanne Gibson, Editor Diana Zuna, Associate Editor
Email submissions to: [email protected]
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Next Weekend’s Liturgical Minister Schedule
Nov. 29/30
4:30 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 Noon
5:00 PM
Glenn Skola
John Kemper
Anthony Granato
Jerry Zoufaly
Joe Walsh
Tom Hayes
Bob O’Neill
Patrick Ahern
Richard Siderko
Harry Dunne
Ed Robinson
James Revel
Jim Mulvihill
Brendan Heslin
Cezar Suarez
Lucio Hernández
Javier García
Juan Carlos
Susie Hannon
Bernie Ricciardi
Joseph Stillo
Nancy Schatzman
Raúl Pérez
María Valdez
Ministers of
the Eucharist
Rich Sudowsky
Peter Warshaw
Amy Perry
Tom Greenan
Pat Holt
Jay Lorenzo
Marge Loenser
Helen Hopkins
María Sánchez
Margarita Benítez
Carlos Zuna
Altar Servers
Emily Brown
Matthew Brown
Brian Brown
Michael Anthony
Connor Prior
Casey Prior
Casey Campbell
Gerardo Medina
Kelly Medina
Sebastián Medina
Karen Sánchez
Rolando García
Marjorie Zaccaro
Rebecca Mueller
Amanda Mechlinski
Nora McClean
Kelsey White (Psalm)
Children’s Choir
Breath of Life
Margaret Price
Néstor Román
Espíritu de Vida
Jerry Flynn and Pam Zusi
Altar Ladies
Readings for the Week
Monday: Rv 14:1-3, 4b-5; Ps 24:1bc-4ab, 5-6; Lk 21:1-4
Tuesday: Rv 14:14-19; Ps 96:10-13; Lk 21:5-11
Wednesday: Rv 15:1-4; Ps 98:1-3ab, 7-9; Lk 21:12-19
Thursday: Thanksgiving Day (suggested): Sir 50:22-24;
Ps 145:2-11; 1 Cor 1:3-9; Lk 17:11-19
Friday: Rv 20:1-4, 11 — 21:2; Ps 84:3-6a, 8a; Lk 21:29-33
Saturday: Rv 22:1-7; Ps 95:1-7ab; Lk 21:34-36
Notice of Early Bulletin deadlines: As we enter the holiday
season, bulletin submissions are due early. Please submit all
columns and announcements as early as possible. Some are
due two or three weeks in advance during December.
Cover photo: Image of the Sombrero Galaxy is provided by
courtesy of NASA and is available at Known
as the Sombrero Galaxy because of its unique halo shape,
this image was taken in 2003 by the Hubble telescope and
colors approximated with an infrared technique. The
glowing central bulge of stars harbors nearly 2,000 globular
clusters of stars, 10 Ɵmes as many as orbit our Milky Way
Please Pray for Our Military on Active Duty
Cpl. Ian Michael Rivera, USMC, Staff Sgt. Carmen
Maffucci, USAF, IS Second Class Brian Maffucci,
USCG, Lt. Nicholas Guariglia, USMC,
Specialist (SPC) Colin P. Marvel, US Army,
Lt. Commander Brenden Piccolo, USN,
Major Sean P. Cox, USMC, Major Kevin Ward,
US Army, Lt. Robert J. Bennett, USN
Please send an email to [email protected] if you would
like to add a name or change a rank. If you do not have email,
please call the Rectory at 732-449-6364 x100.
Sick, Homebound or Hospitalized?
We will gladly arrange to bring Holy Communion
to parishioners who are ill or otherwise unable to get to
Mass. Please call the rectory at 732-449-6364 ext. 100 to
schedule or to let us know if any loved one is
hospitalized. Rectory hours are Monday to Friday,
8 AM to 3 PM (closed from 12 noon to 1 PM for lunch)
and Tuesday until 6 PM.
Last Weekend’s Collection
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Parish News and Upcoming Events
Harrigan’s Pub’s Free Thanksgiving for Seniors
Route 71 & Baltimore Blvd
Harrigan’s Pub in Sea Girt is again hosting a free
dinner for seniors on Thanksgiving Day at noon.
A full, sit-down meal will be served.
The Knights of Columbus is coordinating the
annual event and will provide rides if needed.
Please call Bob Phelan at 732-681-1126 for reservations
and rides. Reservations are required.
Giving Tree 2014
The Christmas season is fast
approaching, and St. Mark's Social
Concerns Committee is pleased to
sponsor the Giving Tree, which
provides gifts to those who are less
fortunate. Requests have come to
us from charitable agencies,
such as Mercy Center,
Habcore, Madonna House,
and Epiphany House. As in
prior years, the committee is asking for your support.
The response has always been exceptionally generous,
and we hope this year's effort will continue to show our
desire to share with others. The 2014 Giving Tree is
already up in the vestibule. Please take an ornament
from the tree, and follow the directions listed. (Note:
Some gifts are to be wrapped and others unwrapped but all
must have their tags attached. Gift cards must also be tagged
but please do not leave them under the tree. They must be
delivered to the rectory or dropped in the rectory mail slot.)
Please be sure to attach your ornament to your gift,
and pay close attention to the return date, as many
agencies distribute their gifts LONG before Christmas.
Deadline for most gifts is Sunday, December 7th.
Thank you and God bless you for your generosity.
Each gift you donate helps to make the birthday of
Christ a happy time for you and the recipient!
Prayers for Healing
Patrick Wypler
Charlene Hanson
Virginia Barnes
Michael Sheridan
Anne Fleming
Enedina Marquez
Richard McCarthy
Maralyn McKeon
Ken Hauck
Don Healy
George Lister
Efraín Montoya
This list of parishioners, relatives, and friends are in
need of your prayers for healing. Please note that the
pastor’s policy to ensure the consent of the person whose
name appears here requires that only they or a family
member may request a name be added to this list.
Also, call 732-449-6364 ext. 100 if you would like a
Communion visit or anointing of the sick.
Thank You!
Thank you to all the families, the CCD classes and
teachers, and all the volunteers who brought the
Thanksgiving baskets to their destinations and the
helpers who packed those baskets. To all parishioners
and friends who donated turkeys, pies and canned
goods, your response was overwhelming! Your efforts
and generosity will feed many families in need.
We ask Our Lord to continue to bless all those
who responded to helping the needy in our
This Week at a Glance
Weekend, November 22/23
The second collection at all weekend Masses is for
the Campaign for Human Development, the national
anti-poverty and social justice program of the United
States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
A representative from Domestic Church Media,
Catholic Radio (89.3FM or download the WFJS smart
phone app) will be here to discuss their radio program.
Monday, November 24
Rosary Makers meet at 1 PM in Church basement.
Rosary Makers need new members and encourage
anyone with interest to come to the meeting to observe
what they do.
Thursday, November 27 Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving Mass at 9 AM. There is no 7:30 AM or
11 AM Mass today.
Rectory office is closed for the holiday. Reopens on
Monday at 8 AM.
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Gift for Our Parish Families
The Holy Name Society, with the approval of Msgr.
Flynn, will be giving all parishioners a gift this Christmas.
It is a beautifully written and inspirational book by
Matthew Kelly titled, “Rediscovering Catholicism.” For over
a decade, the author has traveled the globe, sharing
answers and offering the truth. He’s the first to admit,
they aren’t his. They’re the ones that have been taught by
the Church since the first century. They’re the ones that
have been lived by holy and happy men, women and
children of faith since the time of Christ. This book, in a
simple, convincing, and entertaining style, provides
answers that many are looking for in today’s world.
To make sure that all our parish families get a book,
we are handing them out at Christmas Masses and to all
CCD classes and CYO members. This exciting spiritual
initiative needs your prayers of support. More details will
appear in an upcoming bulletin.
Operation Christmas Socks
Who: The Missionaries of Charity sisters visit local prisons on Christmas Day.
Our CYO assists them with this each year.
What: White “crew socks” only and hard candies (no fillings).
When: Collection at Masses on the weekends of November 22-23, and November 29-30.
Where: Please leave white crew socks or a bag of hard candy in the bins labeled
“Operation Christmas Socks.”
Why: Corporal work of mercy to visit the imprisoned. Christmas is best shared with everyone.
Thank you!!! St. Mark's CYO
Questions: Call Patrick Walsh 732-974-8656
The Universe According to Holy Scripture (continued from page 3)
According to Job 26:7, God “hangs the earth on
nothing.” This verse expresses the fact that the earth is
unsupported by any other object—something quite
unnatural for ancient writers to imagine.
The Bible indicates in several places that the universe
has been “stretched out” or expanded. For example,
Isaiah 40:22 teaches that God “stretches out the heavens
like a curtain, and spreads them out like a tent to dwell
in.” This would suggest that the universe has actually
increased in size since its creation. God has stretched it
out. He has expanded it (and is perhaps still expanding
it). Today, most astronomers acknowledge that the
universe is indeed expanding.
Genesis 22:17 teaches that God would multiply
Abraham’s descendants “as the stars of the heaven, and
as the sand which is on the sea shore.” Genesis 32:12
makes it clear that this represents a number which is
uncountable by humans: “the sand of the sea, which
cannot be numbered for multitude.” These are excellent
analogies. Clearly the sand of the sea and the stars in the
universe cannot be counted exactly by humans, though
they can be roughly estimated.
It was not always believed that the stars were so
numerous. Claudius Ptolemy, an astronomer from
AD 150, cataloged 1,022 stars. The total number of stars
that can be distinctly seen (from both hemispheres under
ideal, dark sky conditions) with the naked eye is around
Powerful telescopes today allow us to estimate that
our single galaxy alone contains over 100 billion stars.
And astronomers believe that there are more galaxies in
the visible universe than there are stars in our own
galaxy. When Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., an
American Jesuit planetary scientist for the Vatican
Observatory and recipient of the Carl Sagan Award from
the American Astronomical Society, was asked what is
the greatest congruence between his Catholic faith and
his scientific work, he replied, “Beauty. I know I have
touched God when I experience the joy of living in beauty.
The universe is beautiful. It didn’t have to be; it could have
been just logical, or it could have been hopeless chaos. But it
isn’t. It’s beautiful. And the way science can explain it is also
beautiful. Indeed, a good compass to use when testing different
theories is to look for the ones with the greatest internal
And Jesus, our Lord, is King of the Universe!
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CYO News by Mary Reilly, CYO Director
Thanks to all our CYO members who
worked at the Soup kitchen last
Saturday and all those who
participated in Operation Christmas
Child. Yes, 70 of our 90+ CYO
members attended! You are all the
Sun., Nov. 23: 7:45-8:45 PM.
Thanksgiving with our families. Please
bring a favorite appetizer or dessert from
your Thanksgiving table.
Note: Also on both weekends of Nov. 23 and Nov. 30:
Collection for Operation Christmas Socks. Men’s white tube
socks and hard candies without fillings can be put in the bins in
the vestibules. These will be distributed by the Missionaries of
Charity sisters in local prisons on Christmas Day.
Sat., Nov. 29: 9:30 AM-2 PM. Service Day at Asbury
Soup kitchen. Must wear a hat or cap and bring a signed
permission slip.
Dec. 6-7: All Masses. Christmas Wreath Sale for many
charities. Please be there at 4 PM for 4:30
Mass, 7:30 AM for 8 AM Mass, 9:40 for
10 AM Mass and 11:45 for noon
Mass. Thank you!
Sun., Dec. 7: 7:30 PM. Our CYO
Christmas party. Please bring a
wrapped $5 gift to exchange with
another CYO member. Seniors bring
Sun., Dec. 14: 5-6:15 PM. Christmas
caroling at Care One at Wall nursing home.
Permission slip required.
Happy Thanksgiving to our amazing CYO members and
their families and to all members of St. Mark’s parish
PS: Please support out Christmas Wreath sale before and
after Masses on the weekend of Dec. 6-7. It benefits
many charities such as Madonna House, Uganda
Missions, Missionaries of Charity, Manasquan Doves,
etc. Thank you!!!
Community Activities
An Irish Christmas: A Musical Celebration
On Thursday, December 18th, departing from Spring
Lake train station at 3:30 PM, .join a bus trip to the
upper west side of NYC to Symphony Space for a
mirthful evening of storytelling, dancing and seasonal
music of the Christmas season. Tickets are $95 for rear
orchestra concert seats. Dinner is on your own at
suggested restaurants, a list will be provided when you
call or register. Call Catherine Branch at Sherry Callahan
Travel, Sea Girt, at 732-449-9155. Ireland at Christmas.
Nothing quite like it!
Women’s Community Christmas Program
The Manasquan Ministerium invites the women of the
community to the Women's Community Christmas
Program at First Presbyterian Church, 16 Virginia
Avenue in Manasquan on Tuesday, December 2nd at
11:30 AM. This “Gathering of Women Seeking a
Peaceful and Spiritual Approach to Christmas” will be
led by Pastor Reggie Albert of United Methodist Church
of Manasquan. Gathering with feature choirs from
participating churches and a bell choir. Child Care is
available and lunch will follow. This is a time for women
from the local and surrounding communities to come
together to participate in a quieting spiritual worship.
Bring a friend!
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Iglesia de “San Marcos” Apostolado Hispano
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Vicario Parroquial
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 122
Misa Dominical: Domingo 5:00 PM
CONFESIONES: Todos los domingos de 4:00 PM-4:45PM.
También pueden llamar a la rectoría en caso de emergencia
ext. 122.
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO: Los padres de familia que
deseen celebrar el sacramento del Bautismo. Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
CLASES DE RELIGION: Se ofrecen clases de Religión todos los
domingos antes y después de la Santa Eucaristía desde los grados:
(Pre-k, K hasta el 8th grado).
Para los adultos se ofrece RICA en Español. Las inscripciones se
llevan a cabo cada año entre los meses Mayo a Septiembre. Para más
información llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
SACRAMENTO DEL MATRIMONIO: Las parejas que deseen
celebrar el Sacramento del Matrimonio, Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
Horario de oficina en Español:
Lunes, Martes & Miércoles 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Diana Zuna, Apostolado Hispano
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 100
Fax: 732 449-1646
MINISTERIO DE MUSICA: Les invita a las personas que deseen
cantar otocar cualquier instrumento musical, les invitamos a que se
integren al coro en español de San Marcos, la persona Néstor
Román. Vengan a cantar al Señor Jesús.
CIRCULO DE ORACION: La Renovación Carismática en el
Espíritu Santo “Al Encuentro con Jesús” te invita a que vengas a
encontrarte con El Señor Jesús a través de oraciones y alabanzas,
ven y gózate en la presencia del Señor, ahora con el Ministerio de
Música Carismática: “Sembrando Esperanza.” Te esperamos todos
los días viernes a las 6:30 PM. No faltes, Cristo te espera Salmo 150!
Alabe al Señor todo ser que respire!
TRANSPORTACION: Ofrecemos transportación a las personas
que viven en Pt Pleasant, Brielle, Manasquan, Sea Girt, Bradley
Beach & Belmar durante todo el año. Mandar un texto o llamar los
domingos a Diana Zuna al 908-783-4221 antes de las 2:00 PM si
necesitas este servicio.
Presentación de las Ofrendas para Noviembre 23
Jorge Medina y familia
Señor Jesucristo Rey del Universo
Lecturas y Calendario para esta Semana
Primera Lectura: Ezequiel 34, 11-12. 15-17. El Señor
Dios dijo: “Yo mismo iré a buscar a mis ovejas y velare
por ella”.
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 22, 1-6. El Señor es mi
pastor, nada me falta.
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 15, 20-26. 28. Cristo
tiene que reinar “hasta que el Padre ponga bajo sus pies
a todos sus enemigos”.
Evangelio: Mateo 25, 31-46. Como el pastor aparta a las
ovejas de los cabritos, así el hijo del Hombre vendrá en
su gloria a separar a los que dieron de comer al
hambriento de los que no lo hicieron.
24 Lunes: Memoria de san Andrés Dung-Lac y
compañeros mártires. Trigésima Cuarta Semana del
Tiempo Ordinario. Apo 14:1-3, 4b-5; Sal 24 (23):1bc-4ab,
5-6; Lc 21:1-4.
25 Martes: Memoria opcional de santa Catalina de
Alejandría. Apo 14:14-19; Sal 96 (95):10-13; Lc 21:5-11.
26 Miércoles: Apo 15:1-4; Sal 98 (97):1-3ab, 7-9;
Lc 21:12-19.
27 Jueves: Día de Acción de Gracias (Estados Unidos).
Apo 18:1-2, 21-23; 19:1-3, 9a; Sal 100 (99):1b-5;
Lc 21:20-28 Día de Acción de Gracias: Sir 50:22-24;
Sal 145 (144):2-11; 1 Cor 1:3-9; Lc 17:11-19.
28 Viernes: Apo 20:1-4, 11 — 21:2; Sal 84 (83):3-6a, 8a;
Lc 21:29-33.
29 Sábado: Memoria opcional de la Santísima Virgen
María. Apo 22:1-7; Sal 95 (94):1-7ab; Lc 21:34-36.
Misa de Acción de Gracias Jueves, Noviembre 27, 2014 Hora: 10:30 AM
Acción Deferida
Para los que desean obtener el estatus de “Acción
Deferida” para evitar la deportación se puede hacer una
solicitud por las “Catholic Charities “ de Lakewood. Las
Catholic Charities, pueden procesar su solicitud de
renovación o la aplicación inicial. Para ser elegible a este
programa, tiene que ser menor de 32 años, haber estado
en este país entre el 2007 y 2012, haber llegado a los
Estados Unidos antes de los16 años, haberse graduado
de la High School o tener un certificado de GED, y no
tener ninguna convicción contra la ley. Para más
información , llamar a Carmen Pagan de la Catholic
Charities en Lakewood al: 732-901-3261.
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Llenar sus intenciones y ponerlas en la cajita verde al frente del Altar los domingos, para la Fuego
de Esperanza. Para más Información e inscripción, pueden hablar con:
Carlos Zuna, Margarita Benítez, Emilio Conde y Silvia Vélez.
Mas informacion:
Estudio de las Lecturas del Domingo con el Padre José
Desde: Miércoles, Diciembre 5, 2014
Hora: 7:00-8:30 PM en clases del sótano.