Bulletin - St Paul Cathedral Parish Yakima Washington

ST. PAUL CATHEDRAL
November 30th, 2014
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
15 S. 12th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902
Parish Phone: 575-3713
Cathedral School: 575-5604
Religious Ed.: 575-3713
Fax: 453-7497
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Page: www.stpaulyakima.org
Introductory Rite
Opening Hymn:
Awaken, Sleepers
Penitential Act:
Kyrie eleison:
I confess to almighty God…
No. 205
Most Rev. Joseph J. Tyson
Bishop of Yakima
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. John A. Ecker—VicarGeneral
Associate Pastor: Rev. Rogelio Gutierrez
Deacon:
Cathedral School: Terry Faletto, Principal
Cathedral School Web Page:
Www.stpaulsch.org
Parish Secretary: Viviana Cárdenas
Pastoral Care: Alma Jauregui
DRE: Sr. Lourdes Colin
R.C.I.A.: Colette Sattler 457-4717
Music Director: Jerry Kaminski
Youth Minister: Shawn Exner
Life Teen Music: Todd and Elise
Physical Plant Mnt.: James Colbert
“The Haven”
Student Outreach for
YVCC students, 249-6238 or Parish Office
Office Hours: Monday—Friday from 8:00
a.m.—12:00 noon and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Weekend Masses:
Saturday Vigil—5:30 p.m.
Sunday 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m., 1:00
p.m. (Spanish), 7:00 p.m. (Life Teen).
Daily Mass:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday—7:00 a.m.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday—8:00 a.m.
Liturgy of the Word
Scripture Readings:
Responsorial Psalm:
No. 1002
M. Guimont
Refrain text from Lectionary for Mass, © 1969, 1981, 1997, ICEL, Music by Michele Guimont, © 1994
GIA Publications, Inc., Reprinted under OneLicense.net #A-706972. All rights reserved.
Gospel Acclamation:
No. 328
Profession of Faith
Liturgy of the Eucharist
Offertory Hymn:
Eye Has Not Seen
at 11:00 a.m: Come, Jesus, Holy Son of God
Holy, Holy:
Reconciliation: Sat., 4:00 p.m. or by Appt. Mystery of Faith:
Baptism: Please call parish office
Amen:
Weddings:
required
When we eat this bread…
Four months preparation—
Exposition & Adoration: All day Friday,
from 7:30 a.m. concluding with Benediction at 6:45 p.m.
No. 393
Agnus Dei:
Communion Song:
No. 713
Handel/Hopson
No. 374
No. 375
No. 376
No. 311
Christ, Be Our Light!
No. 584
Concluding Rite
Closing Hymn:
The King Shall Come
(verses 1, 2, 3 & 5)
No. 403
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Events for the Week of December 1, 2014
Mon., December 1 Advent Weekday
Tues., December 2 Advent Weekday
Wed., December 3 St. Francis Xavier
Thurs., December 4 St. John Damascene, Priest
Fri.,
December 5 First Friday
Sat.,
December 6 St. Nicholas
Sacrificial Offering from Last Sunday $
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT: This Sunday we begin
the great Season of Advent, the beginning of a new Church
year, the year of the Gospel of St. Mark—”Discipleship.”
This Gospel features the response to the call of Jesus. This
is the “B” Cycle of Readings. Advent is the Season of
Preparation for the coming of the Lord, not only at Christmas as a child, but for His second coming and judge as savior, a new beginning for the Family of God.
PARISH MAILING: If you are registered in the parish,
you should have received the November mailing this past
Monday. Included in this mailing are: “Update” for adult
education, the parish letter, a booklet of devotions and
prayers for Advent, a school letter, and the Advent/
Christmas/Epiphany schedule. Extra advent booklets are in
the vestibule pamphlet racks as well as schedules for the
season. If you are not registered, stop at the office and pick
up a card, so that we can keep you informed as to activities
and happenings in your parish!!
at the Pastoral Office of the Diocese, 5301 Tieton Drive.
Next meeting: Sunday, December 14th (time to be announced). For information, call Michelle Wall at 965-4642.
ADVENT SUNG EVENING PRAYER: During this season we encourage your participation in this beautiful meditative experience each week—quiet prayerful preparation for
the Coming of the Lord—Mondays at 5:30 p.m. in our
Chapel.
CDA’s AT ALL MASSES: Next Sunday members of the
Catholic Daughters of the Americas will be here to sell raffle
tickets for their many beautiful gifts to be drawn at their
Breakfast With Santa on the 13th. Stop at their table and help
them in their outreach to others.
UPCOMING EVENTS:
Don’t forget: Monday, December 8th is a HOLYDAY, the
Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Patroness of the United
States of America. Masses on that day at 7:00 a.m. and at
STEWARDSHIP: We are the servants of God each with 12:07 English and 7:00 (bilingual) p.m.
his or her own task. We will be judged good stewards, if at
His coming, He finds us ready and conscientiously pursuing ALTAR OF THE DEAD: Please plan to retrieve your picthe tasks to which we have been called.
tures from our Cathedral Parish “altar of the Dead” today
when you come to Mass. Thank you!!
CDA’S “BREAKFAST WITH SANTA” Is coming to LIFE TEEN MASS AND NIGHT: No Life Teen Mass or
Holy Family Church Hall on Saturday, December 13, 8:30- Niight this weekend, (5th Sunday of the month). Life Teen
11:30 a.m. (Children 3-12 $4.00, 13 and over $7.00) Ques- Mass and Night resumes next Sunday. Mass will be offered
tions, call 910-1691 or 833 4076. Bring your cameras; chil- this Sunday at the regular Mass time, (7:00 p.m.) in the Cadren and adult raffles; country store and breakfast.
thedral.
CONVALESCENT FACILITY MASS: Mass will be of- SPY EDGE: Is held Thursdays at 7:00 p.m., also in our Life
fered at Landmark Convalescent Facility on Tuesday at Teen Room in the school for all Middle School students.
10:30 a..m. for residents and their guests.
Info.? Contact Shawn Exner at the Parish Office.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: To: Salvador Cobar, Charles Dolquist, Doreen Rivard, Tami Scrivner, Maria Carmen Vargas,
Lloyd Bennett, Randy Jenkins, Mack McConnell, David
Reed, ALICIA ROYBAL, Patrick Stadler, Osiel Tello,
Julie Turner, MARIA CARDENAS, Emily Martinez, Saul
Mendoza, Elena Flores, Janette Espinoza, Scott Wingerter,
Patrick Young, Jan Masi, Joe Maxwell, Jason Cook, Bruce
Damaskos, Zachary Ibach, Tamera Marshall, and all who
celebrate this week!!
FOLLOWERS OF JESUS BIBLE STUDY: “For all
adults with developmental disabilities” - meets each month
CAUTION!! Unscrupulous people are breaking into cars
parked on the on the streets and in our (and other) parking
lots during Masses. DO NOT LEAVE ANY-THING VISIBLE IN YOUR CARS, MAKE SURE THEY ARE
LOCKED (AND ALARMED)! We have video cameras on
our lot and do send people out to patrol the lot, but we can’t
be guarding the whole area every minute. Please be careful!! Please report any suspicious vehicles and always inform the police if your car is broken into.
ANNUAL CATHOLIC
APPEAL: We hope and pray
that you have prayed, discerned
and maybe even already made a
pledge to assist our Bishop and
Diocese in the fulfillment of their
responsibilities to the mission
given them by God to go out and
teach….. Baptizing in the name of
the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.”
Don’t leave your responsibility as
Church to someone else. Please
help us in our parish effort to attain our share of this appeal
$91,766.00 Thank you!!
NEXT SUNDAY SCRIPTURE READINGS: If you
would like to prepare for Masses next weekend, the Scripture readings are: * Is. 40, 1-5, 9-11; *2 Pt. 3, 8-14; * Mk.
1, 1-8.
ABUSE HOTLINE: Our Diocese has this private line for
those wishing to report incidents of sexual abuse regarding
clergy, diocesan employees or church volunteers at 1-888276-4490.
CAN YOU HELP? Please contact Msgr. Ecker today after
Mass. Thank you!!
Severe Weather Shelter Daily Meal
Mission: Daily dinner for 80 persons.
The shelter will be open from November 15th to March
15th, a period of 121 days. Goal is to schedule resources
for the meals. Concept is to identify individuals adequate
response each obligation would be for 4 to 5 meals over the
duration of shelter operation.
Catholic Churches of
Yakima: There are 17 days over the span of the shelter op-
eration, with a number of Churches participating, the obligation will be on the order of meals on 4 dates. Tuesday has
been designated for the Catholic Churches. Some basics will
be provided by the Shelter: Potatoes, rice, beans and onions.
NOTICE: DO NOT LEAVE PERSONAL OR CHURCH
POTS OR PANS. FOOD WILL BE TRANSFERRED AT
THE SHELTER. Some light aluminum pans 12” X 17” with
lids will be provided. Meals to be delivered to 808 West
Mead Ave. between 4:00 and 4:30 p.m. Shelter Contact:
Rich Cavaness at 509-952-7488., or call Darlene Anderson
to offer help at 457-8497 Thank you!!
ADVENT WREATH MAKING PARTY!! Bring bases,
candles, decorations, you can buy them at Hobby Lobby, and
a dozen cookies. Greens (fresh) provided, with instruction
and refreshments. Information? Contact Dale Dunn at 4699199 or Sarah Glasscock at 930-0684. Today, Sunday, from
2:30 to 4:00 p.m. at the Assembly Place!!
For more information and events.
E-MAIL: PLEASE E-MAIL YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS TO
US AT [email protected] FOR PARISH LETTERS
AND NEWS.
PARISH MAILINGS: Monthly Letter: We are preparing to
send out another monthly letter. To cut down on increasing
postage costs, we again ask you please to forward your e-mail
addresses—Thank you!!
ONGOING ACTIVITIES:
Spy Edge: Middle School Religious Education - Thursdays at
7:00 p.m. Call Shawn for information at 575-3713.
Life Teen: Sundays: Mass at 7:00 p.m., Life Nite following.
Prayer Line is open for your needs: LaDonna Schoengarth at
574-8194 and Yvonne Lane at 457-8792.
Mother Teresa Grief Ministry: Call Barbara Calhoun at 4537816.
Knights of Columbus: 1st Monday of each month - 7:00 p.m.
- Cathedral Center (3rd floor of the School).
Serra Club: Supporting Diocesan Religious Vocations - 2nd
Wednesday of the month. Call Maggie at 452-7683.
Ultreya: 2nd Monday of Month, 7:00 p.m.- Louis 452-4461 or
Stephanie 949-5457.
Y.L.I.: 2nd Thursday of Month, 7:30 p.m. - Knights of
Columbus Hall 56th Avenue and Chestnut.
C.D.A.: Meeting at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 56th Ave.
and Chestnut. Contact Thereasa Trujillo at 910-1691.
RCIA: Inquiry Sessions weekly on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. Info?
Call Colette Sattler at 457-4717.
EVENING PRAYER: Mondays 5:30 p.m. - Chapel.
ADULT EDUCATION: Call Barbara Calhoun 453-7816 or
John Klingele 457-6085 coming up.
HAVEN: Young Adult Drop in Center - 810 S. 16th Avenue.
Tel. 509-439-9041.
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