Jesus, Servant and King

Jesus, Servant and King by Rev. Richard Barker My dear parishioners, the use of human use power is never benign or genuinely collabora ve. It never goes away, nor does it submit quietly to anything that threatens it. The human use of power is the fruit of original sin. Man idolizes himself and seeks to dominate both nature and his fellow human beings. The ul mate abuse of power is human supremacy over life itself, whether in the form of a terrorist mili a’s murderous assault against Chris ans in the name of their religion or a solitary person’s killing of an unborn child at an abor on clinic in the name of personal hygiene or lifestyle. Power, a rac ve to the person possessing it and repulsive to the person without it, is exemplified in Pon us Pilate, the Roman governor. Exasperated with Jesus he demands of him: "You will not speak to me? Do you not know that I have power to release you, and power to crucify you?" [Jn 19:10] What is authority? Unlike power which demands subservience, authority is persuasive influence that respects man’s freedom of will to choose for or against what is being proposed. Power impels man outward, however, to control everything within his reach. Authority, in contrast, draws man inward to engage truth in his own soul and upward to encounter the only lawful power in the cosmos: the God of Truth. Authority, direc ng man beyond his own experience, invokes Divine Truth as its guarantor. It seeks the collabora on and consent of every individual not by mastery, but by a free act of human will. What did Jesus say? "I can do nothing on my own authority; as I hear, I judge; and my judgment is just, because I seek not my own will but the will of him who sent me." [Jn 5:30] Jesus Christ fulfills what is expected of a king. He chooses to leave Nazareth his boyhood home … (con nued on page five)
Thoughts on Communion
[Excerpt from St. John Vianney’s wri ngs) MY CHILDREN, all beings in crea on require to be fed, that they may live; for this purpose God has made trees and plants grow; it is a well-served table, to which all animals come and take the food which suits each one. But the soul also must be fed. Where, then, is its food? My brethren, the food of the soul is God. Ah! what a beau ful thought! The soul can feed on nothing but God. Only God can suffice for it; only God can fill it; only God can sa ate its hunger; it absolutely requires its God! There is in all houses a place where the provisions of the family are kept; it is the store-room. The church is the home of souls; it is the house belonging to us, who are Chris ans. Well, in this house there is a store-room. Do you see the tabernacle? If the souls of Chris ans were asked, "What is that?" your souls would answer, "It is the store-room. " O my children, how beau ful will a soul be in eternity that has worthily and o en received the good God! The Body of Our Lord will shine through our body, His adorable Blood through our blood; our soul will be united to the Soul of Our Lord during all eternity. There it will enjoy pure and perfect happiness. My children, when the soul of a Chris an who has received Our Lord enters paradise, it augments the joy of Heaven. The Angels and the Queen of Angels come to meet it, because they … (cont. on page four) St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church, Huffman, Texas
November 23, 2014 “Ac vely striving to be a holy and loving Family of Faith, serving God and neighbor.”
We welcome you to our parish. If you would like to become a member please fill out a registra on form located on the counter underneath the glass display case or visit our website: www.stphiliphuffmantx.org. Mass Inten ons and Scripture Readings
Monday, November 24 (St. Andrew Dung-Lac and Comp.) 8:30 am - Special inten ons of Tillie Wiedemann Readings: Rv 14:1-3, 4b-5; Ps 24:1bc-4ab, 5-6; Lk 21:1-4 Tuesday, November 25 (St. Catherine of Alexandria) 8:30 am - Special inten ons of Barbara Glenn Readings: Revela on 14:14-19; Ps 96:10-13; Lk 21:5-11 Wednesday, November 26 8:30 am - +Repose of the soul of Daniel Bielamowicz, Sr.+ Readings: Revela on 15:1-4; Ps 98:1-3ab, 7-9; Lk 21:12-19 Thursday, November 27 8:30 am - +Repose of the soul of Celso Ramon Guglielme + Readings: Rv 18:1-2, 21-23; 19:1-3, 9a; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 21:20-28 Friday, November 28 8:30 am - Special inten ons of Father Barker Readings: Rv 20:1-4, 11 -- 21:2; Ps 84:3-6a, 8a; Lk 21:29-33 Saturday, November 29 8:30 am - +Repose of the soul of Charles Cleary+ Readings: Revela on 22:1-7; Ps 95:1-7ab; Lk 21:34-36 Sunday Masses
Saturday, November 29 5:00 pm - Special inten ons of Nick and Janie Jaramillo Sunday, November 30 8:30 am - +Repose of the soul of Gloria Fontenot+ 11:00 am - For the People of Our Parish Readings: Is 63:16b-17, 19b; 64:2-7; Ps 80:2-3, 15-16, 18-19; 1 Cor 1:3-9; Mk 13:33-37 Altar Flowers
Are given by Terri and Kur ss Fontenot
In Memory of Gloria, Danton and Huey Fontenot
and Roland Navarre
Collec ons
Sunday Collec on (11/9/14) $11,257.00 Children’s Collec on 12.23 Debt Re rement (Building Fund) 1,427.00 Second Collec on: SVdP 1,579.00 Thank you! Thank you!
Dress Standard for All Masses/Adora on
Men/Young Men/Boys (who have made 1st Communion): Shirts and pants. Women/Young Women/Girls (who have made their 1st Communion): Modest Dresses, Coordinated Ensembles, or Shirt/Blouses with Pants. Clothing not proper: flip-flops, shorts, cutoffs, t-shirts, body shirts, sloppy jeans, tank tops, & revealing clothing. Please do not bring bo led water, soda, food, candy or
gum into the Sanctuary and Day Chapel of the Church.
Please honor the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
and wear modest clothing.
The parish office will be closed on
Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th
Adora on has been canceled for
Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th
Feast of the Immaculate Concep on
Masses:
Monday, December 8th
8:30 am and 7:00 pm
The Blessed Virgin Mary was born without the stain of original sin and full of grace - the Immaculate Concep on. Thus she was a holy vessel of honor for our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us rejoice and give honor and thanks to our Blessed Mother, Mary Most Holy. A Women’s Advent Tea by Candlelight
Please join us for a special evening for women hosted by Familia and our Women’s Guild. They will gather together on Friday, December 12th from 7:00—9:00 pm. It’s a me sparked with special reflec on, soothing music, sweet desserts and quiet conversa ons among friends old and new. There will be reflec ons given with music provided by Bridget Meyer. Ladies of our parish are invited to host or co-host a table. The responsibili es of a hostess include providing: Candles and decora ons for the table, place se ngs for each guest, your favorite dessert and invi ng your family and friends to fill a table of eight. If you would like to be placed at tables please call Margarita Rath. There’s no cost to the evening, but reserva ons are required. Reserve your table early as there are a limited number of tables available. To RSVP and for more info please contact Margarita Rath at 281-989-9291 or e-mail at [email protected] Pray the Rosary with the Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus will be leading the rosary at all Sunday Masses on November 29th and 30th. They will begin 30 minutes before the Vigil and Sunday Morning Masses. Usher’s Mee ng and Morning of Reflec on
A en on all ushers. Mark your calendar for the morning of Saturday, December 6th. We will a end Mass at 8:30am then meet in one of the classrooms a er Mass and conclude around 11am. The topic of the mee ng will be "Discipleship". This is a mandatory mee ng for all ushers. Those not in a endance will have an alter-2- nate, Sunday evening mee ng scheduled. Feast of Christ the King — Cycle A; The Year of Grace
When entering and depar ng the Church, please guard the silent prayer of others.
SVdP Adopt a Family for Christmas
Christmas will be here very soon and SVdP has received a list of 10 families in the Huffman school district in need of assistance to provide for their Christmas joy. They consist of 3 families with 2 children, 2 families with 3 children, 3 families with 4 children, 2 families with 5 children. If it is in your heart to bring Christmas joy to one of these families please call 832-655-1214 to offer your assistance. Tell us which size family you would like to adopt and we will get the detail informa on to you. The families have given us the clothing sizes and wish list of each child. School closes December 19th for the holidays and we need to have everything delivered by that date. You may choose the method you wish to use to provide for the children, either, purchase the items and deliver them yourself or purchase gi cards to cover the items and deliver them yourself. Our Lords Blessings be with you this Christmas season as you provide for his li le children. Pine Shadows Nursing Home Gift Giving
Every Christmas our youth group takes donated gi s to the Pine Shadows Nursing Home in Porter. Look for gi tags on the Christmas tree in the Church ves bule the weekend of November 29th and 30th. Gi s can be returned and le under the tree the following two weekends (December 6th/7th, December 13th/14th). Our middle and high school youth will deliver the presents to the residents on Friday, December 19th from 2pm – 4pm. Christmas Eve Na vity Pageant Calling All CCE and Parish Children ages 6 and up…...we need your help retelling the birth of Christ on Christmas Eve! We will share the Greatest Story Ever Told, at the 5:00pm Christmas Eve Mass, with a living na vity….the birth of Jesus in a manger, over two thousand years ago in Bethlehem….The First Christmas. We will have two prac ces to prepare on Saturday, December 13 and Saturday December 20th from 9:30-11:00 am. Any parent who is Virtus-trained who would like to assist with the pageant is asked to call Becky Pursell at 713-516-7376. Please contact the CCE office at 281-324-1934 if you have any ques ons or to confirm your child’s ability to par cipate! Thank You for allowing your child to share in this very special -3- parish event. Deacon John’s Corner
“Come and See”
Do you know that you are the sum total of all your acquaintances and experiences? That thought came to me as we were on our way home from the Holy Land a few weeks ago. My wife Danee and I saw so many wonderful and holy places and made new friends from other parishes. In addi on, I got to serve at Mass with Bishop Vincent Rizzo o, Father Francis Macatangay from St. Cecilia Catholic Church and two other deacons. One of the deacons, Frank Davis, was a former classmate of mine who sat behind me in class for four years. To say we traveled back into an quity was an understatement as we walked in the footsteps of Jesus, not to menon the holy way of holy bishops, priests and deacons of past genera ons. As we visited these sites I couldn’t get over how close in proximity everything was. Of course, we live in a different and very modern age. Traveling is defined in minutes as opposed to days. However, some places in Israel were just over the next hill from each other or just a stone’s throw away like the ancient synagogue (men oned in the gospels) adjacent to Peter’s house in Capernaum. I was once told that my forma on would not be complete un l I visited the holy land and its biblical sites. I agree. To read the Gospels is one thing, to experience them quite another. I was reminded of what Jesus said when his disciples asked where he was going: “Come and see.” (John 1:39). I was in awe of the sights but also felt a bit like the bewildered apostle Thomas as the Lord “proved” his presence at each loca on of our pilgrimage. I am so glad my wife and I made that trip. Put the holy land on your bucket list. One thing that was reaffirmed for us . . . Jesus LIVES! Confirmation Class Updates
St. Catherine of Alexandria, Pray for Us!
Feast Day: November 25th
Patron Saint of Lawyers, Librarians, Young Girls
Thoughts on Communion (from front page)
... recognize the Son of God in that soul. Then will that soul be rewarded for the pains and sacrifices it will have endured in its life on earth. My children, we know when a soul has worthily received the Sacrament of the Eucharist, it is so drowned in love, so penetrated and changed, that it is no longer to be recognized in its words or its ac ons. . . . It is humble, it is gentle, it is mor fied, charitable, and modest; it is at peace with everyone. It is a soul capable of the greatest sacrifices; in short, you would not know it again. Go, then, to Communion, my children; go to Jesus with love and confidence; go and live upon Him, in order to live for Him! Do not say that you have too much to do. Has not the Divine Saviors said, "Come to Me, all you that labor and are burdened, and I will refresh you"? Can you resist an invitaon so full of love and tenderness? Do not say that you are not worthy of it. It is true, you are not worthy of it; but you are in need of it. If Our Lord had regarded our worthiness, He would never have ins tuted His beau ful Sacrament of love: for no one in the world is worthy of it, neither the saints, nor the angels, nor the archangels, nor the Blessed Virgin; but He had in view our needs, and we are all in need of it. Do not say that you are sinners, that you are too miserable, and for that reason you do not dare to approach it. I would as soon hear you say that you are very ill, and therefore you will not take any remedy, nor send for the physi-4- cian. Dear St. Philip’s family, Recently, the Confirmandi were blessed to have Fr. Barker teach the class. He addressed the rela onship man has with God and our desire to know God. This is a basic concept that demands our a en on. We have to nurture our hearts and minds with God’s goodness and His abundant love for us. It takes effort on our part and a desire to spend quality me with God through prayer, Mass and taking part in the Eucharist. Taking God for granted is wrong. Some of the teaching points Fr. Barker made answered the age of science ques on about “crea onism” or “evolu onism”. Are they exclusive and are they right? Neither is right if they are exclusive and dogma c. We, as Catholics, can accept the theory of evolu on as a helpful explana on of the progress of man. We can also accept the Biblical data of Genesis 1 as a way to understand God’s hand in our existence. God’s me is not our me. God created everything. That is the main point to understand. Another teaching point was “why does God allow evil”? God, in His infinite wisdom and goodness, has given man the gi s of Free will and intellect. This is what separates us from the rest of God’s crea ons. God doesn’t allow evil. God created the world and all on it for good, but we are not complete. Physical evil is the manifesta on of things out of our hands. Moral evil is the misuse of freedom in the world. God allows us to make choices and to fail as humans. Upcoming topics include Heaven and Hell, angels and our interac on with them, and ge ng to know Jesus. Sincerely in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Lyne e Zaunbrecher Confirma on Coordinator Serra Club
You are invited to the Serra Club Northeast Monthly Mee ng on Monday, Nov. 24th at Italiano’s Restaurant, in Humble. They start with a 6:30 pm social, 7:00-8:30 pm the dinner and program. This month their speaker is Seminarian Xavier Bilavendiran from St. Martha’s who will speak about our Blessed Mary, a model of faith hope and charity. Serra Clubs foster and promote voca ons to the priesthood and religious life; encourage and affirm voca ons to the consecrated life and nurture the spiritual growth and forma on of its lay members. The cost for dinner is $10.00. Please rsvp to Diddy Muck at 281-615-2015 or [email protected] Have you looked at our website lately? You can access it at www.stphiliphuffmantx.org. There you will find vital informa on regarding our parish and ministries. Jesus, Servant and King (from front page)
St. Vincent de Paul Thoughts
...to meet his des ny, suspended between earth and heaven on Golgotha. Forsaking comfort and security, he sets out on the kingdom road to preach and teach, to heal and perform miracles in the lives of the poor in desperate need. When vast numbers of persons faint from exhaus on and hunger, he gathers them to himself as a mother hen would her brood. [cf. Mt 23:37] He feeds them with bread and the Good News of his father’s kingdom. He washes their feet. Those who accept his friendship, he saves. Long a er his disciples succumb to sleep, Jesus keeps watch at night in prayer. By the sweat of his own back, Jesus carries the cross upon which he will suffer crucifixion for the sake of the world. The Messiah offers himself as the perfect sacrifice to free mankind from its slavery to sin and death. The harshest burden Jesus willingly accepts; he alone can and should bear the world’s sins upon his shoulders. Our Lord Jesus Christ, far from being indifferent to the travail of man, le his heavenly abode to embrace the human world as his own home. [cf. Jn 1:11] That his own people disoriented and bewildered upon the field of Roman conquest refused to acknowledge his authority did not deter him from his mission. The Son of God sought them out in the "howling waste of wilderness" [Deu 32:10] and in the appointed me emp ed himself of his divine preroga ves "taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he humbled himself and became obedient unto death, even death on a cross". [Phi 2:7-8] Thus Jesus Christ did not seclude himself in his own tent. Jesus, Son of God and Servant of Man, was nailed to the cross because he staked his life on the truth. He consented to the destruc on of his earthly tent [cf. 2Cor 5:1] trus ng that his heavenly Father would raise him up on the third day. Therefore, Christ the King the first fruits of the resurrec on from the dead has won for God a holy people. The King of Kings and Lord of Lords has secured for us a house not made by human ingenuity or cruelty, but rather a mansion built by the loving hands of God our provident father. Sincerely in the hearts of Jesus and Mary. Your pastor, Reverend Richard Barker Today we celebrate Christ the King, we hear Jesus say: “...whatever you did for one of the least brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Knowing that we find the face of Christ in the poor, this month, through your gi s, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was able to serve local residents who were in financial need. Daily Mass in Downtown Houston? It is available at Holy Cross Chapel, 906 Main Street, Houston. They are open from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, and offer Mass at 11:35 am and 12:15 pm. Confession and spiritual direc on are also available during the day. Safe Environment Training
New Volunteers ‐ Virtus
For all new volunteers: the Archdiocese of GalvestonHouston maintains a mandatory educa onal program of protec on for our children consis ng of going to an informaonal class and comple ng required forms. All volunteers, ages 18 and over, who have any consistent and ongoing contact with our children and youth must take the Virtus training program. Upcoming classes in local area are at: St. Mar n de Porras,
Barre Sta on, Saturday, December 13th, 9:00 am‐Noon;
St. Martha, Kingwood, Tuesday, January 13th, 6:30‐9:30 pm. Current Volunteers Refresher Class
-5- All parishioners who have taken the Virtus Class between the years of 2003-2009 are required to take a refresher class, “Keeping the Promise Alive”. For new volunteers, please visit www.archgh.org and click on “Safe Environment”. From there pick the “Virtus” and you will be able to access upcoming workshop dates. Pick the loca on of where you would like to take the class. For current volunteers, please go to www.virtusonline.org and signin to your account to register. Please call the parish office if you need help at 281-324-1478 Receiving Holy Communion
DJM Corner
When you receive Communion during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, it is the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ that you are receiving. Holy Communion, in the Catholic Church, is reserved for those who have received the sacrament of First Holy Communion, have been catechized (taught) in our Catholic faith and have made a profession of faith. One should abstain from Holy Communion if they are in mortal sin and have not received the sacrament of reconcilia on. If you are not Roman Catholic or are in need
of the Sacrament of Reconcilia on, we ask that you refrain
from receiving Holy Communion in the Mass. However, you
may go up to one of the ministers for a blessing when Holy
Communion is being offered. By crossing your hands over
your heart, the Priest or Eucharis c minister will know to give
you the blessing. Fr. Santan Pinto SOLT
Disciples of Jesus and Mary Founder
He called a child over, placed it in their
midst, and said, Amen, I say to you,
unless you turn and become like chil‐
dren, you will not enter the kingdom
of heaven”
– Mt 18:2‐3
Steps in Li leness
“There are 50 simple steps in li leness. Try them one step at a me. Look at your struggles and tempta ons. You will find one step that will suit you the most at that stage in your life. Do not hurry – remember you’re li le!” Step 9 (con nued)
Also, if you choose to receive only the Blessed Sacrament and not from the Chalice, it is fi ng nevertheless to pause for a moment to honor Christ’s presence in the Precious Blood—with an appropriate sign of devo on. We would not think to pass a friend on the street without some acknowledgement. Our Lord Jesus Christ deserves no less, and most assuredly, a great deal more. LET THE LORD FIGHT YOUR BATTLES, DEAL WITH YOUR
PROBLEMS AND DIRECT YOUR DECISIONS
Know that the Lord is present in every struggle, trial, and
tempta on
“Come to me all you who labor and are weary, and I will give you rest.”  You will understand the problem and find solu ons easily.  Accept problems as challenges and know that “His grace is sufficient for you.”  Consider whether you allow others to influence your decisions.  Involve the Lord in your daily decisions: the big and small alike.  Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all will be given to you. “May the li le child Jesus bless you and accompany you on your journey” ‐Fr. Santan Pinto SOLT (2011+)
Please pray for our fellow parishioners and loved ones as they face illness and recupera on: David Banmiller, George Baker, Sylvester Leonards,
Millie Lochridge, Rachel Honza, Charlene Stephenson,
Pat Gizinski, Jackie Clark, Daniel Yarbrough, Robert Murray,
David Walts, Rita Long, Mary Comeaux, Thelma Carrier,
Mary Zycha, Noma Sughrue, Pam Thang, Jeane e Malburg,
Roberta Heath, Wayne Glenn, Margaret Fann,
Maria Crowley, Charles Jenny, Barbara Glenn, Jake Guerrero,
Sue Pantalion, Lera Cordova, Joe Lumbreraz, Fritz Kemper,
Dcn Bob Keller, Juanita Acosta, Darren Hilton,
Juan Alvarez, Steve McMichael, Dominic Kasper,
Shirley Sims, Preston Fann, Rosie Colle e
For more informa on about DJM Spiritual Forma on contact Jan Williams: [email protected]/ or visit our website: www.discipleso esusandmary.org A PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS
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Please pray for the repose of the souls of:
+Maria Nicolas Palacios, John Pilgreen, Helen Meyer,
Dubelsa Vasquez, Donald Hammes, Lilly Paris,
Delia McMahon, W. E. Nelson, Brenda Carr, James Kirby,
Pete Pantalion, Maureen Mellon, Felix Zaunbrecher,
Bobby Pantalion, Melba Pantalion, Margaret Dennis,
Daniel Bielamowicz, Sr., Anita Huval, Jackie Drewe ,
Frances Jaramillo, Amalia Singler, Colleen Oakes, Bill Sims,
Leo Schweers, Gilbert Shippers, F. Fisher Reynolds, Jr.+
Disciples of Jesus and Mary (DJM) God our Father, we thank you for calling men and women to serve in your Son’s Kingdom as priests, deacons, religious, and consecrated persons. Send your Holy Spirit to help us respond generously and courageously to your call. May our community of faith support voca ons of sacrificial love in our youth. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, One God for ever and ever. Amen. -6- LITURGICAL/OFFICE SCHEDULE
Sunday Masses: Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm; Sunday: 8:30 & 11:00 am First Friday: Chaplet of Divine Mercy First Saturday: Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary Daily Masses: Monday - Saturday: 8:30 am Office Hours: Monday-Thursday: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm; Friday: 9:30 am - noon; Lunch 12:00-1:00 pm SACRAMENTS
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION EUCHARISTIC ADORATION (40 Hours)
Saturday: 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Weekdays: a er 8:30 am Mass (please call in advance) SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY Exposi on of the Blessed Sacrament takes place following the Thursday morning 8:30 a.m. Mass in the main Church. Eucharis c Adora on begins at 9:00 a.m. in the Adora on Chapel. Adora on concludes with benedic on on Friday at 4:45 p.m. If you have been par cipa ng ac vely at least six months a er registra on in the parish, you may ask for an appointment with the pastor to begin marriage prepara on. Marriage prepara on requires six months. SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM If you have been par cipa ng ac vely at least six months a er registra on in the parish, you may call the parish office to begin bap smal prepara on. Children age 6 or younger; documents are required before bap sm date may be scheduled: parish & bap smal registra ons, birth cer ficate, and bap sm class cer fica ons. FUNERAL SERVICES
To ensure that parish ministers can assist you, please call the parish office before se ng dates and mes for funeral services. Regarding personal spoken remembrances at funeral liturgies, St. Philip parish adheres to the policies of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Holy Anoin ng is offered on the first Monday a er the 8:30 am daily Mass for the healing and spiritual strengthening of those who are seriously ill, impaired by advancing age or in danger of death. MINISTRIES AT ST. PHILIP
Pastor - Rev. Richard E. Barker Deacon ‐ John Sarabia (281) 923-9659 Ins tuted Acolyte/Sacristan - John Comeaux (281) 324-2044 Ins tuted Acolyte - Troy Hill (713) 336-3321
Secretary ‐ Windy McMichael Maintenance - Roy Ayala
Parish Mailing Address: PO Box 2363, Huffman, TX 77336 Parish Physical Address: 2308 3rd St, Huffman Parish Phone - (281) 324-1478 Parish Fax - (281) 324-2775 Parish E‐Mail - stphilipoffi[email protected] Parish Website - www.stphiliphuffmantx.org Liturgical
Altar Servers
Father Barker (281) 324-1478 Eucharis c Ministers
Kathy O’Donnell (832) 276-3830 Home Bound
Kathy O’Donnell (832) 276-3830 Sacristan Assistant
Lilia Lee (832) 527-8006
Lectors
Sylvester Leonards (281) 852-2975 Adornment of the Sanctuary
Jan Williams (281) 852-4389 Music Ministry Geralyn Moulds (281) 540-4682 Valerie Sivil (281) 324-6625 Windy McMichael (281) 324-1478 Usher Ministry Michael Reding (713) 385-4985 Social Outreach / Concern
St. Vincent de Paul Society
For assistance (832) 655-1214 Marie Hohmann (281) 360-9032 Prime Timers (50+)
Claudia Herron (281) 324-1101 Rosemont Assisted Living
Judy Abdelnoor (281) 360-9728 Prison Ministry
Josie Angell (281) 324-1747 Transi ons Ministry
Lane Coco (281) 324-2163 Con nuing Chris an Educa on (CCE)
CCE Office (281) 324-1934 Elementary Coordinator Marie Hohmann (281) 360-9032 First Sacrament Coordinator Lupe Cupples (281) 414-3705 Middle School Coordinator Becky Pursell (713) 516-7376 Confirma on/High School Coordinator Lyne e Zaunbrecher (281) 386-9783 Chairperson and Youth Ac vity Coordinator Becky Pursell (713) 516-7376 Parish Nursery
Becky Pursell (713) 516-7376 Spiritual Development
Disciples of Jesus and Mary ‐ Laity Spiritual Forma on
Jan Williams (281) 852-4389
Order of Carmelite Discalced Seculars (OCDS)
Parish Office (281) 324-1478 Knights of Columbus
Bill Steed (832) 316-8191 Women’s Guild
Maureen Rode (281) 852-4692 Familia for Families Celina Sconochini (281) 797-3959 Eucharis c Adora on/Holy Face Prayer Group
Janet Hays (281) 852-3444 Prayer Chain
Sylvester Leonards (832) 423-9646