The Parish Community of Our Lady of the Angels

The Parish Community of Our Lady of the Angels founded July 2005
Church of the Immaculate Conception (ICC), est. 1875
Church of Saint Joachim (SJC), est. 1901
Parish Office: 21-23 Bayard Street, Trenton, NJ 08611-1344
Email: [email protected]
Parish Office Hours:
Monday–Thursday -9:00am-8:30pm
Friday – 9:00am-5:00pm
No Office Hours on Saturday & Sunday
Parish Clergy:
Rev. Fr. Cesar Rubiano, ext. 119
(Pastoral Administrator)
Rev. Fr. Raymond Hughes
(Weekend Assistant)
Rev. Fr. Philip Cordisco, O.Ss.T
Mr. Guido Mattozzi, Deacon
Mr. Benito Torres, Deacon
Parish Overseers:
Mr. & Mrs. Benedict & Clara Gioe
Mr. & Mrs. Carlos & Maritza Lopez
Mr. & Mrs. Robert & Barbara Sanna
Business Manager:
Mr. Edwin Sevillano, ext. 115
Faith Formation:
Sr. Carolyn Houck, MPF ext. 121
Pastoral Care:
609-695-6089
fax: 609-695-4376
www.olanj.org
THE SEASON OF ADVENT
Today we will look at the four weeks of Advent to determine what this
season represents, based on prayers said during the lighting of the
Advent Wreath candles and some of the readings and gospels for this
period.
Today is the 1st Sunday of the Advent Season. The prayers of the
Mass ask that hope become a part of our life. We pray that with hope,
we can live in peace, that all people will share their riches with the
poor and that those who are strong will protect those who are weak.
We remember that hope is renewed every Advent Season. The Gospel
communicates hope to us by revealing how God will save faithful
people from evil sources.
During the 2nd Sunday of Advent, we pray for peace. We realize
through our prayer, that peace comes from loving one another and that
only for our devotion to our Lord, comes true peace. We acknowledge
that His love is stronger than our weaknesses, our pride and our fears.
During the 3rd Sunday of Advent, we pray for joy, but know that all
people are not joyful. The readings and Gospel tell us that “The Lord,
your God, is in your midst...” and that we can rejoice in the Lord
always. John the Baptist tells us, what Jesus later affirms, that caring
for those in need, fairness in all our actions and no violence, leads to
authentic joy.
During the 4th Sunday of Advent, we pray for God’s love to dwell in
our hearts. We pray that His love will teach us to love Him and our
neighbors as we love ourselves. The readings and Gospel contain the
basic revelation of the full identity of Jesus, God made man. God so
loves the world that He gave His only Son, so that all who believe in
Him might have eternal life. The Word became Flesh, not to suffer but
to live and to share divine love.
A season of Hope, Peace, Joy and Love is what Advent is about.
Sr. Domenica Troina, MPF ext. 110
(Para la versión en español vaya a la pagina10)
Worship & Music:
Miss Yuko Unehara, ext. 106
Mr. Joseph Pucciatti, choir director
Ms. Monica Pollich, organist
Mr. Alvaro Rivera
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PARISH COMMUNITY OF
OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS
$775.00
In memory of Mary Foldetta
Gift of family and friends at the time of her funeral
Office Support Staff:
Mr. Walter Muñoz ext. 102
Mrs. Jennifer Campos (eve) ext.100
Ms. Felícita Martínez (eve) ext.127
$500.00
Facilities Staff:
$100.00
Mr. Joseph Pica ext. 104
Mr. Mario Huitz
Mrs. Xinia Monge
In memory of Marie Babecki
Gift of family and friends at the time of her funeral
In memory of John Bruni
Gift of family and friends at the time of his funeral
Please remember Our Lady of the Angels in your will
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THANK YOU, FROM THE HEART!
In a number of Bible passages we find that the heart is the bases of our
emotions, passions, moral decisions, attitudes, and thoughts of our lives. It
is God Himself who is the creator, and we like David cry out “create in me
a pure heart” (Psalm 50). What has happen to our hearts then? Why have
we allowed corrosion, sin, and temptation to live in our hearts? We have
allowed this organ to become deceitful and beyond cure (Jer 17:9).
Undoubtedly our condition is of vital importance for our emotional and spiritual
wellbeing,. For now, just for this time, I would like for us to concentrate on the heart of
which the Bible speaks, grateful and dwelling of the spirit.
Each day in our lives, in all events big or small, we should truly become meticulous and
careful about the details. Now that we have had time to share with our families, did we
truly express our love and consideration for them? If you had the opportunity to sit at the
table and pray to God; to eat a delicious turkey dinner… did you think about the
importance not being about the food but in the strength and unity that came from the
gathering, where the fraternity, simplicity, and at the same time elegance, we could enjoy
not only a good dinner, but more so of the great company.
Many of us might not have had the opportunity to sit at the table; it could be because our
families are far away, it could also be, if indeed they were close, that they did not celebrate.
In any case did this day serve to show you the worth of who you are, of who your loved
ones are and those closest to your heart?
In our parish and in our Church, little by little, we are growing in our love and respect for
God and for ourselves. It shows in the way our space is filling up, not only because of the
number of faithful or parishioners, but of love, compassion, service, and the cry for justice.
Today on this first Sunday of Advent, I hope each of us will call out from the most
profound place: Come Lord Jesus!
It is from a grateful heart that we should pray for one and other. Remember before going to
mass to entrust your brothers and sister to our Lord, at that time they will probably be
leaving the church; equally, we should also remember as we leave the mass those who will
come to occupy the same space we ourselves occupied… All this gratitude in our midst.
Cultivating a gracious heart is no easy task. We have so many conscious and unconscious
obstacles that we need to overcome. Once there is forgiveness and healing we will jump
with joy for all we have discovered, that God is in our lives because we have given Him
control of all that we are and all that we hope for. Furthermore we have experienced the
enormous joy of calling ourselves children of God and have had the unmatched satisfaction
of knowing that the Holy Spirit guides our journey to please our heavenly Father and to
announce to many others “the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his
wonderful light” (1 Peter 2:9). My humble prayer is for the Lord to motivate us that we may
continue to seek more and more, and for Him to grant us a true grateful heart.
Father Cesar Rubiano.
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CHRISTMAS FLOWERS &
DECORATIONS
You will find included in your
envelope packet a special envelope for
Christmas flowers. Please use it to make
any contributions and indicate a memorial or
dedication for our Christmas decorations. Drop it in
the collection basket along with your usual offering as
soon as possible. A memorial list will be published
later.
CHRISTMAS CLEANING
We will be doing our annual clean at
Saint Joachim Church on Wednesday
December 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM, and we need your
help! Please come to the Church that day. As a
reminder for the confirmation candidates and their
parents, the candidates must complete 20 service
hours (10 hours at first and at second year). We will
need help during the Christmas Cleaning, if you want
to sign up your child for service or if you need more
information please call the Parish Office, ext. 102.
Remember, many hands make light work. Thank you
for all your help.
SOLEMNITY OF THE
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
OF MARY
Holy Day of Obligation
Monday, 8 December is observed as
the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of
Mary and our patroness’ feast of ICC. Mass will
be celebrated at 12:15PM English and 7:00PM
Spanish at Immaculate Conception Church. All
are welcome.
The Parish office will be closed in observance.
FEAST OF OUR LADY OF
GUADALUPE
The observance of the feast of Our
Lady of Guadalupe will be on
Friday, 12 December. Mass in
English will be celebrated as
regulary at 12:15PM SJC. A special celebration
will be held in the evening at SJC starting with a
serenade at 6:00PM, with a solemn mass in
Spanish at 7:00 PM. Join us as we honor Our
Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas.
All are welcome.
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LETTURA DEL GIORNO
PREPARARSI
Oggi e’ il principio di un altro anno
liturgico. Il tono delle letture di oggi
ci mette nel ruolo di studenti che imparano una
solenne lezione. Comincia con la lettura da Isaia,
che ci chiama su una montagna per ricevere le
istruzioni del Signore. In questo brano studiamo la
pace. Poi San Paolo avanza con serie
ammonizioni. Dobbiamo svegliarci, il giorno e’
quasi vicino. Vivete onorevolmente nella luce. San
Paolo ci ricorda che noi sappiamo il tempo in cui
viviamo. In fine, San Matteo presenta Gesu’ il
raccontatore. Immaginate, ci dice Gesu’, come
erano le cose al tempo di Noe’. Egli ci presenta
una vivida imagine di gente ordinaria che vive una
vita ordinaria e ignora gli avvisi di Noe’.
Completamente tranquilli, loro furono distrutti.
Sara’ differente per noi? Nessuno sa quando il
Signore verra’. Ma siamo stati avvisati. Forse
troviamo queste scritture allarmanti e minacciose.
Ma in loro c’e’ una promessa. Dobbiamo vivere
nella luce senza nascondere niente. Dobbiamo
essere pronti.
ADVENT PENANCE SERVICE
Whether it has been just a few
weeks or a few years, celebrate the
Sacrament of Reconciliation this
Advent Season. Our Lady of the
Angels Advent Penance Service
will be held at Immaculate
Conception Church on Tuesday, 16
December 2014 at 7:00PM. A number of priests
will be available to hear confessions that evening.
The pictures of our beloved deceased that were
placed on the altar for the month of November will
be placed in the sacristies. Please pick up yours at
your earliest convenience. Thank you for your
cooperation.
A te, Signore, elevo l’anima mia, Dio mio, in te
confido: che io non sia confuso. Non trionfino su di me i
miei nemici. Chiunque spera in te non resti deluso.
(Sal 25,1-3)
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SAVE THE DATE
Dec. 8
Dec. 12
Dec. 16
Dec. 24
Dec. 25
Dec. 29
Sol. of the Immaculate Conception, ICC
Holy day of Obligation
Parish office Closed
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, SJC
Advent Penance Service, ICC
Vigil of the Nativity of the Lord ICC
Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord
Holy Day of Obligation
Feast of the Holy Family
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ATTENTION ALL RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION PARENTS
Last day of classes this year are Tuesday 16
December and Thursday 18 December, in
observance of the Solemnities of Christmas and
Mary Mother of God. Remember to bring your
children to these liturgies to share with the
community of faith our Christian traditions.
Classes resume Tuesday, 6 January, and Thursday
8 January 2015.
ATTENTION LECTORS
WORKBOOK FOR 2015
The new Church Year will be available in the
Church office. Please make sure you pick up your
copy.
STEWARDSHIP EXPRESSIONS
Advent provides an opportunity for us to begin
again and to prepare ourselves anew for the
coming of Jesus Christ. It is a time of waiting and
expectation, of anticipation and preparation. We
can use the coming weeks for personal prayer,
growth and change in the way we live.
Anticipating the Nativity of Jesus, we can
dedicate special time toward considering our
relationship with him. As we recall previous
Advents, we remember those who inspire us
through their faith and actions. We too can be
memorable mentors and models to others through
our demonstrations of discipleship and
stewardship.
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READING OF THE DAY
GETTING READY
Today marks the beginning of another
liturgical year. The tone of today’s
readings casts us in the role of
students learning solemn lessons. The
reading from Isaiah sets the stage, calling us up a
mountain to receive the Lord’s instruction. In this
passage we study peace. Then Paul steps forth with
sober admonitions. We have to wake up; the day is
almost here. Live honorably in the light. Paul
reminds us that we really do know the time in
which we are living. Finally, Matthew presents
Jesus the storyteller. Just imagine, Jesus tells us,
what it was like in Noah’s time. He paints a vivid
picture of ordinary people living ordinary lives and
ignoring the warnings that Noah heeded. Totally
unconcerned, they were destroyed. How will it be
any different for us? No one knows when the Lord
will come. But we have been warned. Perhaps we
find such sobering scriptures unappealing and
threatening. But within them there is promise. We
are to live in the light with nothing to hide. We are
to be ready.
TODAY’S READINGS: First Reading: Isaiah
63: 16b-17 Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 1: 3-9
Gospel: Mark 13:33-37
Lord, rend the heavens and come down. Come
and save us from our sins. Let us turn again to
you and so be found blameless when you return
in glory. From Ordo 2013
REFLECTION QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK
ADULT: Name one thing you will do each day this
week to remind yourself of Jesus’ coming?
CHILD: What can you do each day this week to get
ready for Jesus to come into your heart?
To you, I lift up my soul, O my God. In you, I have
trusted; let me not be put to shame. Nor let my enemies
exult over me; and let none who hope in you be put to
shame. (Cf. Psalm 25 (24):1-3)
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GRACIAS DE CORAZON!
En muchos pasajes de la Biblia encontramos que el corazón es la sede de
nuestras emociones, pasiones, decisiones morales, actitudes y pensamientos
de nuestra vida. Es Dios mismo quien lo ha creado, y somos nosotros los que
como David, clamamos por tener un corazón puro (Salmo 50). Que ha
pasado entonces con nuestro corazón? Por qué le hemos permitido a la
polilla, la corrosión, el pecado y la tentación habitar en Él? Hemos dejado que
este órgano, se convierta en engañoso y perverso (Jer 17.9). Es indudable que su condición es
de vital importancia para nuestro bienestar emocional y espiritual. Por ahora, por este tiempo
quiero que nos concentremos en el corazón del que habla la Biblia como agradecido y como
morada del Espíritu.
Cada día en nuestra vida, en los acontecimientos pequeños y grandes, debemos volvernos
verdaderamente detallistas y cuidadosos. Ahora que tuvimos la oportunidad de compartir en
familia, expresamos con ellos verdaderamente nuestro cariño y nuestra consideración de
amor? Si tuviste la oportunidad de sentarte a la mesa y de orar a Dios, y de comer un rico
pavo….pensaste que la importancia no estaba en el hecho del alimento, sino en la fuerza y la
unión que venía de esa reunión, en donde con fraternidad, sencillez y al mismo tiempo con
elegancia, pudimos degustar no solo de un buen alimento, sino más aún de una buena
compañía.
Muchos de nosotros, quizá no tuvimos la oportunidad de sentarnos a la mesa. Puede ser que
nuestras familias están lejos, puede ser que incluso si estaban cerca no tuvieron una
celebración…Pero te sirvió este día para reconocer el gran valor de quien eres y de quienes
son los amados y cercanos en tu corazón?
En nuestra Parroquia, en nuestra Iglesia, hemos ido poco a poco, creciendo en un mayor amor
y respeto a Dios y a nosotros mismos. Se puede ver como nuestros espacios se llena más, no
solo de miembros y fieles sino de amor, compasión, servicio y clamor por justicia. Hoy en este
primer domingo de Adviento, espero que nuestro ser clame desde lo más profundo: Ven Señor
Jesús!
Es de un corazón agradecido, que oremos los unos por los otros. Que recordemos que antes
de ir a Misa, encomiendo a mis hermanos que probablemente al mismo tiempo están saliendo
de la Iglesia; debemos recordar igualmente cuando salimos a aquellos que vendrán a ocupar
quizás los mismos lugares que ocupamos…Todo este ambiente de gratitud.
Cultivar un corazón agradecido no es una tarea fácil en sí. Tenemos tantos obstáculos
conscientes e inconscientes que debemos superar. Una vez que este el perdón y la sanación
saltaremos de gratitud por lo que hemos ido descubriendo, pues Él está en nuestra vida
debido a que nosotros le hemos entregado el control de todo lo que somos y anhelamos.
Además, hemos experimentado el gozo inmenso de poder llamarnos hijos de Dios y la
satisfacción inigualable de saber que el Espíritu Santo guía nuestros pasos para agradar a
nuestro Padre celestial y poder anunciar a muchos otros “las virtudes de aquel que nos llamó
de las tinieblas a su luz admirable” (1 P 2.9). Mi pobre oración es para que el Señor nos
motive a todos a seguir buscándolo más y más y que nos permita tener un corazón
verdaderamente agradecido.
Bendiciones,
Fr. Caesar A. Rubiano
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Nuestro Señor Jesucristo, Rey del Universo
Dic. 8
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Dic. 16
PRÓXIMOS EVENTOS
Sol. De la Inmaculada Concepción
Fiesta de Precepto
Oficina Parroquial Cerrada
Fiesta de Nuestra. Sra. de Guadalupe
Servicio Penitencial de Adviento ICC
FLORES Y DECORACIONES
DE ADVIENTO Y NAVIDAD
ADVIENTO Y NAVIDAD
Las temporadas de Navidad y
adviento están cerca necesitamos
de su apoyo para el pago de las flores y
decoraciones para nuestros templos. Usted
encontrará incluido en su paquete de sobres de
colecta, un sobre especial para las flores de
Navidad; utilícelo para hacer su contribución lo
más pronto posible. La lista de las personas que
contribuyeron y sus intenciones, estará disponible.
SOLEMNIDAD DE LA
INMACULADA CONCEPCIÓN
DE MARÍA
Fiesta de Precepto
El lunes 8 de diciembre celebramos
esta Solemnidad la fiesta de nuestra
patrona de Inmaculada Concepción. La misa se
celebrará a las 12:15PM en ingles y a las 7:00PM
en español en la Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción.
Todos son bienvenidos.
La oficina Parroquial estará cerrada este día.
LIMPIEZA DE LA IGLESIA
Nuestra limpieza anual de la iglesia
San Joaquín será el miércoles 10 de
diciembre a las 6:00PM, necesitamos
toda la ayuda posible. Invitamos a todas las
personas que deseen ayudar, especialmente a los
jóvenes que recibirán la Confirmación y a los
estudiantes de RICA a participar. Recuerde que
muchas manos hacen el trabajo más fácil. Muchas
gracias por su ayuda.
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LECTURA DEL DÍA
CÓMO PREPARARSE
Hemos completado el círculo y hoy
empezamos un nuevo año litúrgico.
El tono de las lecturas de hoy nos
pone en la posición del estudiante
que aprende unas importantes lecciones. La
lectura de Isaías prepara la escena, invitándonos
a subir a la montaña para escuchar las
instrucciones del Señor. En este pasaje
estudiamos la paz. Luego Pablo nos presenta
admoniciones sombrías. Debemos estar alertas
porque el día está a la puerta. Vivan
honradamente en la luz. Pablo nos recuerda que
sabemos en qué tiempo vivimos. Finalmente,
Mateo nos presenta a Jesús, el relator.
Imagínense, nos dice Jesús, lo que era vivir en
tiempos de Noé. Presenta una imagen muy
realista de gente común viviendo vidas
ordinarias e ignorando las advertencias que Noé
escuchó. Totalmente despreocupados, fueron
destruidos. ¿Podrá ser diferente para nosotros?
Nadie sabe cuando vendrá el Señor. Pero nos
advirtió. Tal vez pensemos que ese tipo de
Escritura es desagradable y amenazante. Pero
contiene promesas. Debemos vivir en la luz; con
nada escondido. Debemos estar listos.
LAS POSADAS: Una vez más
invitamos a nuestros feligreses a
unirse en la celebración de Las
Posadas. Esta tradición recuerda
el viaje de María y José por
Belén en búsqueda de posada antes del
nacimiento de Jesús. Serán 9 días recorriendo
diferentes hogares. Favor ver la lista adjunta para
las familias que recibirán las posadas. Todos son
bienvenido.
A ti, Señor, levanto mi alma; Dios mío, en ti confío,
no quede yo defraudado. Que no se burlen de mí mis
enemigos; pues los que esperan en ti, no quedan
defraudados. (Salmo 24, 1-3)
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NOTICIAS DE ORGANIZACIÓNES DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LOS ÁNGELS Y DE LA COMUNIDAD
AVANZANDO CON FE 2010
Meta de la campaña $1.200.000
Un millón doscientos mil dólares
¡Si usted no ha hecho su donación o
compromiso aún, hágalo pronto! Muchas gracias por
su generosidad. El primer fin de semana de cada mes
se tomará una 2da colecta para nuestra campaña.
La próxima colecta será el 6 y 7 de diciembre.
NOVENA A LA VIRGEN DE
GUADALUPE
La parroquia realizará la
Novena a la Virgen de
Guadalupe, del 3 al 11 de
diciembre. La lista de familias
que recibirán la novena se
encuentra en el listado adjunto.
Todos son bienvenidos.
Servicio Penitencial de Adviento
Martes 16 de diciembre 2014
a las 7:00PM
Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción
Se oirán confesiones en:
Inglés, italiano, y español
ATENCIÓN PADRES CON NIÑOS EN CLASES
DE CATECISMO
NO HABRÁ CLASES durante dos semanas por las
fiestas de Navidad y Año Nuevo. El último día de
clases en diciembre es el martes 16 y jueves 18.
Recuerden traer a sus niños a nuestras celebraciones
y compartir con ellos la fiesta del nacimiento de
nuestro Salvador Jesús, el Hijo de Dios. Las clases
de catecismo se reanudarán el martes 6 de enero y
jueves 8 de enero de 2015.
CORRESPONSABILIDAD DE OFRENDA
Debido a la publicación temprana del boletín, la
cantidad del dinero recolectado el fin de semana del
22 y 23 de noviembre será publicado en el boletín de
la próxima semana.
Por favor recuerden hacer uso de sus sobres de
ofrenda, es la mejor manera de llevar la cuenta de sus
ofrendas familiares. ¡Mil gracias por su generosidad!
“CON JESÚS Y MARÍA LA FAMILIA SE
SALVA”
LA VIRGEN DE GUADALUPE
PEREGRINACIÓN DIOCESANA
DICIEMBRE 6, 2014 8:00AM A 5:00PM
CATEDRAL SANTA MARÍA
Visita especial de su Eminencia Obispo David
O’Connel, CM.
Predicadores: Reverendo René
Pulgarin y Diacono Benito Torres.
Procesión, Rosario, Serenatas, Obra teatral grupo San
José, Misa, Fuego de Esperanza. Habrá venta de
almuerzo. $5.00 por plato. Para más información
visite: www.dioceseoftrenton.org/guadalupe. Para
registrarse llamar cuanto antes a la oficina parroquial
al 609-695-6089
CLASES DE PREPARACIÓN PARA EL
MATRIMONIO 2015
“La Boda es un día, el Matrimonio Católico es
para toda la vida”
Pre-Cana Para novios comprometidos y Parejas que
viven en unión libre.
Mercer County
17 de enero, 2015 8:00AM a 6:00PM
Catedral Santa Maria-Convento. 149 N. Warren St.
Trenton, NJ 08608.
Asbury Park
21 de marzo, 2015 8:00AM a 6:00PM
Madre de Misericordia-Centro Peter Claver. 1419
Springwood Ave. Asbury Park NJ 07712.
CONVALIDACIÓN (PREP)- 2015
PARA PAREJAS CASADAS CIVILMENTE
(Parte I) 21 de febrero, 2015 9:00AM a 4:30PM
El Centro, Catholic Charities 380 Broad St. Trenton.
(Parte II) 25 de febrero, 2015 6:00PM to 8:30PM
Diócesis de Trenton 701 Lawrenceville Rd., Trenton.
(Parte I) 1 de abril, 2015 9:00AM a 4:30PM
El Centro, Catholic Charities 380 Broad St. Trenton.
(Parte II) 22 de abril, 2015 6:00PM to 8:30PM
Diócesis de Trenton 701 Lawrenceville Rd., Trenton.
Para más información o para registrarse por favor
llame a Jossie Ruiz al 609-403-7151.
Departamento de Juventud, Matrimonio y vida
Familiar. Visite la página
www.dioceseoftrenton.org/matrimonio
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Worship Schedule
INTENTIONS
REQUESTED BY
Saturday, 29 November
4:00 PM (SJC)
English
6:30 PM (SJC)
Spanish
† Josef M. Polich
† Antimo & Antoinete Chiarello
† Rosemary Martin
† Nicholas J. Tolve
Feligreses, ex alumnos, amigos y Benefactores
vivos y fallecidos de nuestra parroquia
Pollich Family
Daughter Sandy Mineli
Michael & Barbara Castiello
JoAnn San Paolo
Parroquia
Sunday, 30 November
8:00 AM (SJC)
Spanish
9:30 AM (ICC)
English
11:00 AM (SJC)
English
12:15 PM (ICC)
Spanish
† Catherine C. Jannotti
†
† Catherine & Angelo Tramontana
† Jenifer Castaldo
† Barbara Carlini
In Thanksgiving for 40 years of Special
Religious Education provided by Holy Cross Center
† Eilen S. Deblois
† Stephen J. Kovacs
† Theresa M. (Cicchetti)Wiliams
† María Cristina Monge
† Anna Marie Cesani Amante
† En acción de Gracias al Divino Niño
Rosemary C. Frascella, MD
Janice C. Swierczek
Helen Potash
Jerry Foley
Holy Cross Center
Colleen & Donald
Ben & Clara Gioe
Bill & Carol Salentre
Su Hija Patricia Monge
JoAnne San Paolo
Intensión especial de Julisa Maza
Monday, 01 December
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Lillian Docie
† Joseph Mellodge
Sam, Lisa, Cristina & Carmela Rubino
Rosa Amodio
Tuesday, 02 December
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Stephen J. Kovacs
† Josephine Scartocci
Rose Lorenzo
Dora Howell
Wednesday, 03 December
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Louise Morganti
† Josephine Radice
Loraine Lee
Joseph & Rosann D’Errico
Thursday, 04 December
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
7:00 PM (SJC)
Spanish
† Vincenzo Riccitiello
† Barbara Kinney
† Angelo & Alessio Nardi
†
Children, Anna Maria & Lena
Family
Godchild, Erma Gallo
Friday, 05 December
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Paul E. Radlinski
† Carl & Antonnette Sesini
Don & Donna Povia
Gilda Persichilli
Saturday, 06 December
4:00 PM (SJC)
English
6:30 PM (SJC)
Spanish
† Nicholas Alexander Capone
† Anna Yole Faraglia
† Gregory Michael Guiliano
† María Giuseppa Antinoro
Aunt D & Uncle Don
Anne Filipponi
Zina Amantia & Family
Godchild Petrina
Sunday, 07 December
8:00 AM (SJC)
Spanish
9:30 AM (ICC)
English
11:00 AM (SJC)
English
12:15 PM (ICC)
Spanish
†
Feligreses, ex alumnos, amigos y Benefactores
vivos y fallecidos de nuestra parroquia
† Louise & Pat Genovario
† Marie Stillwell
† Rose Ditillo
† Barbara Ferrante
† Robert Gerdes
† Donato, Nina & Larry Lorenzo
† The Wagner Family
† 1er año Lidia Solis Guadamuz
†
Parroquia
Elsie & Lou Mimmo
Rosemary Castaldo
Gilda Persichilli
Son Larry
Wife, Carmela & Children
Rose Lorenzo
Parroquia
Su Hijo Erick
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30 November 2014
Page Nine
STEWARDSHIP… A Way of Life
Sharing Our Treasure
SANCTUARY LAMP
Due to the early transmission of the Bulletin,
the stewardship offering for 23/24 November
will be published in next week’s bulletin.
Thank you for your generosity.
(SJC) In Loving Memory of:
Jesse Sanders
Requested by: Nana Dee Pagnani
Tell the heavens and earth to celebrate and sing!
Command every mountain to join in song!
SANCTUARY LAMP
(ICC) In Loving Memory of:
Gerri Silvester
Requested by: Carol Cattani
LITURGICAL MINISTERS SCHEDULE
PROGRAMACIÓN DE MINISTROS, LECTORES Y MINISTROS
Day/Date/Time/Place
Día/Fecha/Hora/Lugar
Sat, 6 Dec 4:00pm SJC
Sab, 6 de dic 4:00pm SJC
P. Donini
D. Povia
Precious Body
Cuerpo de
Cristo
Celebrant I
Deacon
Sat, 6 Dec 6:30pm SJC
Sab,6 de dic 6:30pm SJC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
M. Recinos
L. Chacon
Celebrante I
A. Macario
Sun, 7 Dec 8:00am SJC
Dom, 7 de dic 8:00am SJC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
Ritual Occasion
Celebración
2 Sunday of
Advent
Sun, 7 Dec 9:30am ICC
Dom, 7 de dic 9:30am ICC
Sun, 7 Dec 11:00am SJC
Dom, 7 de dic 11:00am SJC
Readings in Italian/Lecturas en Italiano
2 domingo de
Adviento
Sun, 7 Dec 12:15pm ICC
Dom, 7 de dic 12:15pm ICC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
Mon, 8 Dec 12:15pm ICC
Lun, 8 de dic 12:15pm ICC
Mon, 8 Dec 7:00PM ICC
Lun, 8 de Dic 7:00pm ICC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
Solemnity of
The Immaculate
Conception of
the BVM
Solemnidad de
la Inmaculada
Concepción
de la Virgen
María
Readers
Lectores
O. Cerna
G. Lopez
Celebrante I
C. Rivas
M. Tancredi
N. D'Agostino
Celebrant I
Deacon I
G. Baldassari
Celebrant I
Deacon I
M. Albarran
M. Paz Duarte
Celebrante I
R. Mora
C. Di Costanzo
A. Pantaleoni
Celebrant I
Deacon I
G. Zárate
C. Lopez
Celebrante I
G. Arriola
Precious Blood
Sangre de Cristo
Altar Servers
Monaguillos
C. Carabelli
R. Ponticiello
S. Minelli (CM)
J. Abarca
E. Rhodes
M. Rhodes
Diácono I
R. Barrera
F. Rivera
I. Macario
Diácono I
J. Gomez
T. Martinez
G. Martinez
C. Candelori
J. Swierczek
E. Schmidt
K. Schmidt
B. Gioe
C. Gioe
J. Tancreda
H. Mendoza
Diácono I
E. De Leon
M. Ovalle
R. Contreras
N. Sandoval
R. Hernandez
D. Povia
J. Pege
G. Persichilli
R. Castaldo
M. Huitz
M. Escamilla
M. Velasquez
Diácono I
E. Huitz
A. De Leon
G. Arriola
A. Manzanarez
A. Macario
C. Ortiz
A. Gomez
D. Martinez
G. Cenerino
B. Rodriguez
K. Martinez
J. Foley
G. Funez
F. Berson
M. Rubino
M. Calvo
J. Abarca
J. D. Pérez
D. Perez
D. Ramos
Page Ten
1st Sunday of Advent
Sanctuary Guild Cleaning Group # 5
Saturday, 6 December
Lola Rossi—Sacristan, Rita Capone, Cheryl Baron,
Colleen DeBlois, Theresa Naprawa, Lisa Bronski.
LINEN SCHEDULE
Elda Funez & Elda Cano
Please pick up linens by Friday, 5 December.
Thank you so much for your services!
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE
olanj.org
For Weekly Bulletin, Liturgical Minister Schedule, UpComing Events, Parish Calendar, Sacramental Records
Request, Wedding and Baptism Registration Forms and more.
Please welcome the following children who
were recently baptized in our Parish and
congratulate their parents and godparents.
¡Bienvenidos! A los recién Bautizados en Cristo
y a sus Padres y Padrinos.
Laila Skye Young
Alexa Rodríguez
Talissa DeLima
Jeidy Maza
Julissa Maza
Maria Lidia Landaverde
Emmanuel Pérez Quezada
Juan Vasquez
Shayle Vasquez
Jennifer Vasquez
Katelyn Bartles
Welcome to our recently registered/reregistered families
Damos la bienvenida a las familias que se han
registrado en nuestra parroquia
Mr. Orlando Mora
Mr. Edin De León & Mrs. María Mena
Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Guerra
Mr. Dany Soc
Mr. Miguel Yarigsicha & Mrs. Ana Niola
Ms. Nicole Espinoza
Mrs. Elena Florián Salazar
Mr. Isaac Guerra
Mr. Eddy Lopez
594
EL TIEMPO DE ADVIENTO
Hoy revisaremos las cuatro semanas de Adviento para
determinar lo que esta estación representa,
basándonos en las oraciones recitadas durante el
encendido de las velas de la corona de Adviento y
algunas de las lecturas y los evangelios para este
período.
Hoy es el Primer domingo del Tiempo de Adviento.
Las oraciones de la Misa nos piden que la esperanza
empiece a ser parte de nuestra vida. Oramos para que,
con esperanza, podamos vivir en paz, para que todas
las personas compartan sus riquezas con los pobres y
para que aquellos que son más fuertes, protejan a los
que son más débiles. Recordamos que la esperanza se
renueva cada temporada de Adviento. El Evangelio
nos comunica esa esperanza revelándonos como Dios
salvará a los fieles de las fuentes del mal.
Durante el Segundo Domingo de Adviento, oramos
por paz. Nos damos cuenta que, por medio de
nuestras oraciones, la paz viene amándonos los unos a
los otros, y que solamente con la devoción a nuestro
Señor, alcanzamos la paz verdadera. Reconocemos
que Su amor es más fuerte que nuestra debilidad,
nuestro orgullo y nuestros temores.
Durante el Tercer Domingo de Adviento, oramos por
alegría, pero sabiendo que no todas las personas son
felices. Las lecturas y el Evangelio nos dicen que “El
Señor, nuestro Dios, está entre nosotros…” y que nos
regocijemos en el Señor siempre. Juan Bautista nos
dice lo que Jesús afirmó más tarde que, cuidando de
aquellos más necesitados, actuando con justicia en
todas nuestras acciones y la no violencia, nos lleva a
una auténtica alegría.
Durante el Cuarto Domingo de Adviento, oramos para
que el amor de Dios habite en nuestros corazones.
Oramos para que Su amor nos enseñe a amarlo a Él y
a nuestro prójimo como nos amamos a nosotros
mismos. Las lecturas y el Evangelio contienen la
revelación básica de la identidad completa de Jesús,
Dios hecho hombre. Dios ama tanto al mundo que nos
dio a Su Único Hijo, para que todos aquellos que
crean en Él tendrán vida eterna. La Palabra se hizo
carne, no para sufrir, sino para vivir y compartir amor
divino.
Un tiempo de Esperanza, Paz, Gozo y Amor es lo
que es el Tiempo de Adviento
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OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS PARISH ORGANIZATION &
COMMUNITY PARISHES NEWS
LADIES OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT: Next
Corp. Comm. will be on Sunday, 7 December at
9:30AM Mass at ICC.
SENIOR CITIZENS: Bus trip to Resorts Casino on
Monday December 15th, cost $30.00, return of
$25.00 in slot play. Call Lucille at 609-396-6918.
SANCTUARY GUILD: Corp. Communion will be
on Sunday, 7 December at 11:00AM. Business
meeting to follow.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY: Corp. Communion on
Sunday, 14 December 2014, during 9:30AM ICC
Mass; all active members and spouses are encouraged
to participate. Winning ticket numbers (3) will be
published in the 6-7 December 2014 parish bulletin.
TRENTON COUNCIL # 355
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The calendar runs from January 1, 2015 to
December 31, 2015, your calendar is assigned a
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On the first and third Tuesday of the month
numbers are drawn for the days up to next drawing.
When your lucky number matches those drawn for
the day, you win the dollar amount listed on the
calendar!
The daily winnings vary, with a minimum daily
amount of $25.00 up to $100.00!
You can win multiple times. Follow the lottery
drawing by visiting www.trentonkofc355.org and
the events calendar.
You don’t have to contact us to claim your prize.
Winners are mailed a check bi-monthly.
JOIN US!
Anyone who regularly worships with our parish
community we invite you to register to become a
new member of Our Lady of the Angels. Please
contact the Parish Office 695-6089.
CHRISTMAS TREES SET
UP AND DECORATION
We will be setting up our
Christmas trees at the parish
office, hall and house on
Wednesday
December
3,
starting at 1:30 PM and we are
looking for a team of
volunteers to help us. If you
are gifted with decorating taste and have some time to
spare we need your help! Please call the parish office
at 609-695-6089 to let us know you will be coming.
Thank you for all your help.
MONTAJE Y DECORACIÓN DE LOS
ÁRBOLES DE NAVIDAD Los árboles navideños
de la oficina parroquial, salón y casa serán
ensamblados el miércoles 3 de diciembre desde la
1:30 PM y estamos buscando voluntarios que nos
ayuden. Si usted tiene tiempo disponible, gusto y le
gusta la decoración, necesitamos de su ayuda. Por
favor, llame a la oficina parroquial al 609-695-6089
para dejarnos saber que vendrá. Muchas gracias por
toda su ayuda.
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KUJENGA+ 2015
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 2015
10:00 AM - 4:40 PM (MASS)
The goal of Kujenga is to bring together youth from
all cultures within the Diocese of Trenton to learn
about what it means to be diverse in culture and united
in faith. They will be exposed to the knowledge,
skills and attitudes needed to be culturally competent
leaders as well as be encouraged to bring it all back to
their homes and parishes.
Students Grades 9-12 are invited; 2-5 Youth per
Cultural Group per Parish.
Will be held at St. Robert Bellarmine Church,
Freehold on Saturday, January 10, 2015.
Fee is $10.00 per person. To register please visit
www.dioceseoftrenton.org/kujenga
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