Roman Catholic Community Christ the Redeemer Diocese of San Bernardino

Christ the Redeemer
Roman Catholic Community
Diocese of San Bernardino
12745 Oriole Ave. Grand Terrace, CA 92313
The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed
(All Souls’ Day)
November 2, 2014
If we have died with Christ, we believe we shall also live with him.
Romans 6:8— Romanos 6:8
Si hemos muerto con Cristo, estamos seguros de que también viviremos con él.
MASS SCHEDULES & INTENTIONS
Saturday/Sábado November 1 Vigil
5:00 PM † Richard M. Mendoza
Sunday/Domingo November 2
8:00 AM † Ashley Vanover
10:00 AM Mass for Parishioners
12:00 PM Mass in Spanish
5:00 PM
† Pablo Paguio
Monday/Lunes
November 3
PRAY FOR THE SICK
Joseph Digby, Shannon Morse, Tim Paysen, Koral Pier, James
Urbino, Henry Diaz, Tony Ramirez, Marlene Farnum, Querido
Salangad, Ray Lopez, Rebecca Delozier, Daniel Chammas, Donna
Ortega. Donna Jordan, Jennie Villalobos, William L. Kelly, Anthony
Delgado, Teri Ybarra, Sr. Mary Ann Schepers, O.B, Robert
Abacherli, Hannah Higgins, Rose Montagnese
Pray For The Patients
Visited by the Ministry of Love
Grand Terrace Care Center,
The Emeritus Terrace, Loma Linda Medical Center,
Reche Canyon Rehabilitation, Western Healthcare Ctr.
and those who are homebound in the Parish.
8:00 AM † Jennette Paguio
Tuesday/Martes
November 4
8:00 AM † Tonypet Paguio
Wed./Miércoles
November 5
8:00 AM † Joseph John Gilwood
Thursday/Jueves November 6
8:00 AM † Joseph John Gilwood
Friday/Viernes
November 7
8:00 AM † Joseph John Gilwood
PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS
O Lord, our God, You renew the Church in every age by raising up
priests and nuns outstanding in holiness, living witnesses of Your unchanging Love.
In Your Plan for our salvation You provide shepherds for Your people.
Fill the hearts of young men and women at Christ the Redeemer with
the spirit of courage and love that they may answer Your call generously.
Give parents the grace to encourage vocations in their families by
prayer and good example.
Raise up worthy priests for Your Altars and nuns for your vineyard,
ardent but gentle servants of the Gospel.
Give the Church more priests and nuns and keep them faithful in
their love and service. Amen
MILITARY PRAYER LIST
We are blessed with liberty because brave members of our armed
forces have fought to keep us free. Today a new generation of
soldiers, sailors, marines, airmen and guardsmen are serving
gallantly, and we are the beneficiaries. Pray with appreciation
for their service, and ask God to bless them with strength.
NAME
U. S. SERVICE
RANK
Ramon A. Borja
Airforce,
Amn
Matthew Brueggeman
Army
SSG
Benjamin Davis
Navy
SN
Ronnie R. Garcia
Army
PVT
Keith Gatlin
Army
SSG
David Keeling, Jr.
Navy
P03
Joseph Quinones
Marines
LCpl
Sergio Rodarte
Marine
Pvt
Marcus Salas
Marines
LCpl
Conrad Salinas
Army
COL
Reuben Sepulveda
Army
PVT
Nichelle Smith
Navy
PO2
Justin Swartzbeck
Marines
Sgt
LOOKING TO THE LAST DAY
MIRANDO HACIA EL ÚLTIMO DIA
Today the Church remembers all who have walked
the way of Christ and passed from this life. The readings
all look to the last day, when we shall all rise from the
dead and be reunited.
Hoy la Iglesia recuerda a todos los que han caminado el camino de Cristo y han pasado a la otra vida. Las
lecturas todas miran al último día, cuando todos resucitaremos de entre los muertos y nos encontraremos de nuevo.
The prophet Daniel announces words of warning and
welfare. He cautions us against the judgment to come,
but he also comforts us and assures us that all who live a
life of virtue and justice will find life eternal.
The reading from Romans reminds us that, because
of Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection and our entrance into that paschal mystery through baptism, we
now share in the new life won by Christ. This recognition has repercussions: we need to live righteously now,
that we might rise to life forever with Christ on the last
day.
In the Gospel Jesus pledges that all the Father has
given him will not be lost. All the faithful will be raised
to joy and live forever in the presence of God.
El profeta Daniel anuncia palabras de prevención y
bienestar. Nos previene sobre el juicio que ha de venir,
pero también nos consuela y nos asegura que todo el que
vive una vida de virtud y de justicia alcanzará la vida
eterna.
La lectura de romanos nos recuerda que, por la pasión, muerte y resurrección de Cristo y por nuestra participación en ese misterio pascual mediante el Bautismo,
nosotros ahora compartimos esa nueva vida que Cristo
nos ganó. Este reconocimiento tiene repercusiones: necesitamos vivir justamente ahora, para poder alcanzar la
vida eterna con Cristo en el último día.
En el Evangelio Jesús promete que ninguno de aquellos que el Padre le ha confiado se perderá. Todos los
justos serán resucitados para gozar y vivir eternamente
en la presencia de Dios.
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The souls of the just are in the hands of
God, and no torment shall touch them (Wisdom 3:1-9).
Psalm — The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I
shall want (Psalm 23).
Second Reading — Hope does not disappoint, because
the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
(Romans 5:5-11) or Romans 6:3-9.
Gospel — This is the will of the Father, that everyone
who sees the Son and believes may have eternal life
(John 6:37-40).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:12-14
Tuesday: Phil 2:5-11; Ps 22:26b-32; Lk 14:15-24
Wednesday: Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14;
Lk 14:25-33
Thursday: Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 15:1-10
Friday:
Phil 3:17 — 4:1; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 16:1-8
Saturday: Phil 4:10-19; Ps 112:1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9;
Lk 16:9-15
Sunday: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9;
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
Leadership and Life
“We are blessed in the 21st century with crystal-clear
photographs and action films of the living realities
within their pregnant mothers. No one with the slightest measure of integrity or honor could fail to know
what these marvelous beings manifestly, clearly, and
obviously are, as they smile and wave into the world
outside the womb. In simplest terms, they are human
beings with an inalienable right to live….They are not
parts of their mothers, and what they are depends not
at all upon the opinions of theologians of any faith.
Anyone who dares to defend that they may be legitimately killed because another human being “chooses”
to do so or for any other equally ridiculous reason
should not be providing leadership in a civilized democracy worthy of the name.”--Cardinal Edward
Egan, Archbishop of New York (Press release, August 26, 2008).
HELPING HANDS
THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE
With the holiday season upon us, it is time to think about
helping those in need. The Helping Hands ministry is seeking donations of non-perishable food items and/or Stater
Brother gift cards for Thanksgiving food baskets. If you are
able to help, please bring your contribution to the narthex of
the church by November 16. If you or someone you know
can use some help with a holiday meal, please fill out a referral card, also in the narthex, complete with two current
phone numbers. Baskets will be distributed on Saturday,
November 22.
The Youth Ministry will be collaborating
with the Helping Hands ministry to collect
canned goods for the Thanksgiving baskets.
On Sunday, November 16th members of
the Youth Ministry will pick-up donated
canned goods from our parishioners
homes. If you would like to schedule a
donation pick-up, please complete a card
at the Helping Hands table in the narthex.
All Saints & all Souls Day
OUR LADY OF FATIMA CORNER
Sign up sheets for receiving Our lady of Fatima Statue into
your homes for the 2015 year is available after each mass.
The Feast of Our Lady of Fatima is May 13
Did you know that The visions of Fatima were officially
declared "worthy of belief" in October 1930 by the Bishop
of Leiria-Fatima, Popes Pius XII, John XXIII, Paul VI,
John Paul II and Benedict XVI voiced their acceptance of
the supernatural origin of the Fatima events. On May 12
and 13 2010, Pope Benedict XVI visited the Sanctuary of
Our Lady of Fatima and gave reference to the Fatima
prophecy about the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of
Mary and related it to the final "glory of the Most Holy
Trinity". Grant Our Lady's plea that we pray the rosary for
peace and reparation of sinners by attending.
Sunday Rosary Schedule
7:20 AM Rosary– followed by 8:00 AM Mass
9:20 AM Rosary - followed by 10:00 AM Mass
October Schedule Presentation
Arturo & Maria Cerda November 2 12:00 PM Mass
For information call Juanita Bigelow at 909 370-2758.
On Sunday, November 2, 2014, in celebration
of All Saints and All Souls Day, Christ the
Redeemer is going to host a special Memorial
and Remembrance Program. The program
will begin promptly at 6:30 pm; following the
5:00 pm youth mass. Our congregation will
come together to celebrate the lives of our
family and friends who have gone to be with
the Lord. We hope that you and your family
will join us for this inspiring program that will
include music, photos and a heartwarming
candlelight tribute.
Christ the Redeemer
Pro-Life Ministry
We invite you to participate and help in spreading
the Pro Life message. Join us at our next meeting.
Saturday, November 8 at 12:00 PM
Parish Office Conference room.
Youth Ministry News
Youth Mass
Sunday, November 2, 5:00 PM
First Friday of Each Month
Adoration & Benediction Friday, November 7, 2014
6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Adoration continues overnight and hosted by the
Seminarians at Serra House
Saturday Mass, November 8 at 8:00AM
AN INVITATION FROM JESUS
Come! Be with Me! Sit or kneel with Me
Relax with Me.
Enjoy My Divine Presence…
My Divine Friendship…
My Divine Love...Come! Refresh yourself!
Experience My Peace.. My Quiet…
My Comfort...My Closeness.
Come! I am your Strength...Your joy…
Your Delight.
In Me alone will you find…
Total Gladness and Happiness.
All that you could ever desire.
Come! Be with Me...for I love you, and
want you to be with Me!
VETERANS
WALL OF FREEDOM MEMORIAL
VETERANS DAY OBSERVANCE
Come join us to honor those who have or who are bravely
protecting our great nation.
Take this time to thank and support our armed forces.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM
Pico Park, Grand Terrace
VeteransWallofFreedom.org
Mass will be celebrated by Fr. Soney and
Youth Night to follow.
Confirmation II Retreat
November 7, 8, & 9, 2014
St. Anne’s, Running Springs CA
Please keep our Confirmandi, our Retreat team and Chaperones in your prayers this weekend. All Confirmation II Students need to be at St. Anne’s before 7:00 P.M.
NOTICE
There will be no Youth Activity on November 9, 2014 due to
the Confirmation II Retreat.
Up Coming Events
Sunday, November 16, 2014 – Canned Food Collection
Saturday, November 29th & Sunday, November 30th Youth
Bake Sale after all Masses
Christmas Toy Drive – Details to follow.
Prayers by Teenagers for Teenagers
Believe what you believe
Live how you live
Feel as you feel
Enter.
One who really knows
experiences
the pain of mixed emotions
vibrant opinions
lingering sensations
for the living God.
People who have been on
this journey can freely love themselves
and others in harmony,
together, as one.
Amen
RCIA
Prayer to the Holy Family for the Synod
RCIA is the process of helping people who are interested in
knowing more about the Catholic Faith. If you are interested
or know someone who is interested, we meet every Sunday
after the 10:00 Mass in the classroom behind the Religious
Education Office. RCIA means Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults. The process includes prayer, education and reflection on Catholic teachings and practices, and special rites
and sacred moments. Join us, inquirers are most welcome
and immediate commitment is not expected or required.
Come and visit us and discern if that is what you want.
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, in you we contemplate the
splendor of true love, to you we turn with trust.
Holy Family of Nazareth,
grant that our families, too, may be places of communion and
prayer, authentic schools of the Gospel and small domestic
Churches.
Holy Family of Nazareth,
may families never again experience violence, rejection and
division: may all who have been hurt or scandalized find ready
comfort and healing.
Holy Family of Nazareth,
may the approaching Synod of Bishops make us once more
mindful of the sacredness and inviolability of the family, and its
beauty in God’s plan.
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TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE
Life is rapidly changing and keeping up can be a challenge for
everyone. On this ONE DAY retreat you will learn some very
practical and workable exercises that will assist you in dealing
with the times. You will also learn how to use the powerful
and effective LIGHT OF CHRIST to assist you in your daily
living as well as healing.
Select Your One Day Retreat:
Nov. 8,15,22
Dec. 6,13,20
LOCATION;
12710 Blue Mt. Court, Grand Terrace 92313
TIME: 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
DIRECTOR: Sister Joan Marie Sasse, OSB
JOIN US!
Christ the Redeemer is also on Facebook and please “like” us at:
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DONATION:
$25 which includes lunch. (If you are currently out or work
or experiencing financial difficulties please come as my guest)
RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY: Call: 909-783-4121
HEALING FOR THE SICK
On Monday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30pm we gather to pray
for the sick. Please feel free to join us. The sick person need
not be present. Call before coming. 909-783-4121 (Location:
12710 Blue Mountain Court, Grand Terrace.)
Christ the Redeemer Roman Catholic Church
12745 Oriole Ave., Grand Terrace, CA 92313
Parish Office 909-783-3811 ● Religious Education Formation 909-783-3800
MINISTRY ORGANIZATION
LITURGICAL MINISTRY
Altar Server
Eileen Garza 909-783-6548
Altar Society
Terrie Gatlin 909-825-3021
Art & Environment
Terrie Gatlin 909-825-3021
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion
Fernando Hernández
951-778-2768
Usher/Greeter
Gilbert Galvan 951-243-8523
Lector
Lori Cardoza 909-825-2187
Music
Luke Kelly
909-260-3999
Sacristan
Gary Kronmiller
951-235-0408
Ministry of Love
Mary Sanchez 909-796-7223
Helping Hands
Terrie Gatlin 909 825-3021
SACRAMENTAL MINISTRY
Baptism
Fernando Hernandez
Consuelo Hernandez
Joan Hammer
Reconciliation & Eucharist
PARISH OFFICE STAFF
Pastoral Coordinator
Office Manager
Bulletin Editor
Religious Ed. Coordinator
Maintenance
Cantor
Staff Volunteer
Volunteer Specialist
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
WEEKEND MASSES
Saturday
951-778-2768
951-778-2768
909-825-4977
909-783-3811
Maureen Smith 909-824-9338
José Crespo
909-783-3811
José Crespo
909-783-3811
Parish Office 909-783-3811
PARISH LIFE MINISTRY
Bereavement
Open
909-783-3811
Catechetical
Kay Kendall 909-783-3800
Finance Council
Joe Kohorst
909-783-3811
Hospitality
Open
909-783-3811
Pastoral Council
Matthew Kelly 909-241-5231
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA
Maureen Smith 909-824-9338
Technology
Chris Orem
909-783-2389
Youth
John Valdez
909-783-3800
ETHNIC GROUP MINISTRY
Hispanic
Korean
Fernando Hernández
Steve Choi
951-778-2768
909-723-7283
PRAYER GROUP MINISTRY
Mother of Perpetual Help
Our Lady of Fatima
909-783-3811
909-783-3811
909-783-3811
909-783-3800
909-783-3811
909-783-3811
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
5:00 PM Vigil Mass in English
Sunday
8:00 AM Mass in English
10:00 AM Mass in English
12:00 PM Mass in Spanish
12:00 PM Misa en Español
CATECHETICAL MINISTRY
Confirmation
Marriage Preparation
Holy Orders (Vocations)
Anointing of the Sick
José Crespo
Susan Orem
Cecilia Cedillo
Kay Kendall
Frank Villalobos
Jolene Mc Garrah
Tes Crespo
Bud Kelch
Connie Mejia 951-684-9326
Helen Molina 909-783-0648
Juanita Bigelow909-783-3811
COMMUNITY OUTREACH MINISTRY
Youth Mass
First Sunday of Every Month at 5:30 PM
WEEKDAY MASSES
8:00 AM Mass in English
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
As published in the bulletin
RECONCILIATION
Last Saturday of each month at 4:00 PM
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
www.ctrgt.org
Facebook.com/ChristTheRedeemerGT
LIFELINES
Pregnant & Scared? You have Options
1 800 395 HELP / OptionLine.org
Pro-Life
Chris Balsz
951-505-1345
Pequeña Comunidad de fe Rosa Sandoval 951-312-2732
Hurt by an Abortion?
You are not alone.
DIOCESAN APPROVED MINISTRY
English: 1 888 HOPE-790 Spanish: 909 520-3867
RachelsVineyard.org/Natural Family Planning 909 475 5351
Adoption Needs / Holy Family Services 1 800 464 2367
Knights of Columbus
KOFC-12050.ORG or call
Alex Martinez 951-684-5622
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