St. Cecilia Church Iglesia Santa Cecilia

St. Cecilia Church
Iglesia Santa Cecilia
Celebrating 100 Years est. 1913
5105 SW Franklin Ave.
Beaverton, Or 97005 Phone:(503) 644-2619 Fax: (503) 626-7204
Web Site: www.stceciliachurch.org
January 25, 2015
Rev. Cary Reniva, Pastor
Fr. Mark Bentz, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Bill Richardson, Hispanic Ministry, Ext. 176
Deacon David Hammes, Pastoral Minister
Parish Office, Press 2
Cheryl Motal, Office Coordinator, Ext. 160
Jim Cassinelli, Business Manager, Ext. 164
Shelly Schultheis, Accountant, Ext. 162
Michelle Hallett, Development, Ext. 178
Erika Ascencio, Hispanic Asst., Ext. 161
MASS SCHEDULE
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
SATURDAY
5:00pm (Vigil)
SUNDAY
7:30am
9:00am
10:45am
12:30pm
2:30pm (Spanish)
Adult Faith Programs
Betsy Willing, Ext. 163
RCIA
Mike Flanigan 503-524-6922
Deacon David Hammes 503-320-0077
Middle School/High School
Confirmation
Mary Kiefer, Ext. 171
Elementary RE (Grades 1-5)
Amy Maris-Volf, Ext. 172
WEEKDAYS
Monday through Saturday
8:00am
Nursery & Preschool
Betsy Willing, Ext. 163
CONFESSIONS/
CONFESIONES
Spanish RE, K-12
Letty Rodriguez, Ext. 163
Saturday/Sabado
8:40am - 10:00am
3:30pm - 4:40pm
ST. CECILIA SCHOOL
Sue Harris, Principal
Tami McIntyre, Registrar
School Office, 503-644-2619
Press 3
Parish Office Hours (English): Monday through Thursday 8:30am to Noon, 1:00pm to 5:00pm.
Horario de Oficina en Español: para bautismos, quinceañeras y catecismo para niños, jóvenes y adultos,
Lunes-Jueves 2-5pm only
St. Vincent de Paul: 503-643-1702
Infant Baptism: Before scheduling a date for baptism, parents must be registered members of St. Cecilia Parish and attend two
consecutive classes held on Thursdays at 7:00pm in August, November, February and May.
Contact Deacon David Hammes, (503) 320-0077, to register for classes and for more information.
Matrimony: Couples must contact a parish priest and arrange for pre-marriage instructions. No date will be set until there is a
conference with a parish priest, at least six months prior to the wedding.
Ministry to the Sick & Homebound, Anointing, & "Welcome Ministry": Call Joye Boone, (503) 644-2619, Ext. 170.
Are you pregnant and considering your options? Catholic Charities can help: 503-238-5196.
Grief Support Ministry: Call the Parish Office, 503-644-2619.
Funeral Services: Please contact the parish priest before scheduling any funeral services.
Perpetual Adoration: Chapel is open 24 hours and located in the Parish Center.
Bulletin Deadline: 10:00am Monday for the following Sunday.
Please submit bulletin information to a “new” email account, [email protected]
Prayerfully Consider
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to save someone’s life?
A beautiful young lady of our parish, Ana Rivera and her family, had a change of direction
happen in their lives on November 7, 2014. Ana and her mom were attending Friday night
prayer group in the parish center when Ana experienced some discomfort in her arm. She
noticed a large bruise forming on her bicep. She showed her mom and together, with other
friends, decided that she should go to the emergency room and get it checked out. They
were seen at the Kaiser Emergency Room in Hillsboro and within a couple of hours were
told that she had cancer. She was sent immediately to Kaiser Sunnyside Medical
Center in Clackamas and admitted to the Oncology floor. Ana stayed there for six weeks.
Chemotherapy was begun shortly after her arrival, and the seriousness of her condition, an advanced case of Acute
Myeloid Leukemia, was made known to them. She was told that she needed a bone marrow transplant and then another round of
chemotherapy. Her feeling of being tired in the weeks before as she attended classes as a senior at Aloha High School progressed
to her feeling very sick and extremely nauseous in a hospital bed, as the chemo and its good and bad effects took over her body
to fight the cancer. Her mom stayed with her day and night during her hospital stay, reluctantly leaving for a night here and there
when her twin sister offered to stay with Ana. Family and friends pitched in to help on the home front with Ana’s younger
siblings: brothers’ Jose and Salvador and sister Lupe. She was able to come home just before Christmas. The great news came
during the Christmas Season that her brother, Angel, is a perfect match for her, and that he is willing to be her bone marrow
donor. Her bone marrow transplant is supposed to happen sometime in February.
Ana was able to come to a Sunday morning youth gathering on January 4 th where we prayed over her. She has been attending
classes with the help of a home tutor through the Beaverton School District. On January 6 th, she was given news by her doctor
that she would need to go back to the hospital for another round of chemotherapy. She is just finishing that treatment.
Your willingness to help, if you are ages 18-44, would be to sign up to be on the Bone Marrow Donor Registry. “Everyone”
can help spread the word to family, friends and co-workers to help save more lives. Your prayers are all the family has asked
for, but any financial support would also be a great help to the Rivera family. Thousands of patients just like Ana depend on the
Be The Match Registry to find a donor who can give them the chance for a cure. Join us. Save Lives.
If you are 18 to 44 years of age and in good health, your consent to a cheek swab sample will place you on the
Be The Match Registry — you could be the one to save one of the thousands of patients in need of a bone mar r ow
transplant. You’ll only be contacted if you’re a match for someone in need.
Be The Match Marrow Registry Drive
HOSTED BY: St. Cecilia Youth Ministry
DATE: Sunday, February 8, 2015
TIME: 8:30am-1:30pm
LOCATION: St. Cecilia Activity Center
The need for diversity is very important. Of the 10 million members on the registry, only 10% are Hispanic, 7% are
African American, and 7% are Asian. Tissue typing is an expensive process, so financial contributions of any size are
truly appreciated—you can make a donation by visiting www.bethematchfoundation.org/goto/NWMATCHERS .
Please feel free to contact our Be The Match representative, Magda, at 503-310-9349 or [email protected] g if you
have any questions. We hope you will take a few minutes to attend the drive and help save a life.
EMAIL ADDRESS FOR CHURCH BULLETIN ARTICLES
[email protected]
Bulletin Deadline: 10:00am Monday for the following Sunday
Place your food items for
St. Vincent de Paul in the barrels at the
main entrance to the church and
the West annex door:
This weeks food items:
PORK AND BEANS
VOCATION COMMITTEE
We ask each parishioner to pray the following
Petition to God:
“ For an increase in vocations to the priesthood and
consecrated life and for a deeper gratitude for the
priests and religious now serving our diocese by
proclaiming the kingdom of heaven among us,”
We pray to the Lord.
We invite you to join with the Vocations Committee in our
parish prayer activities as we celebrate the World Day (of
Prayer) for Consecrated Life dur ing this year that Pope
Francis has declared as the Year of Consecrated Life.
On Saturday, January 31st, Archbishop Sample will
dedicate the 5:30pm Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral to those
serving the church in a Consecrated Life Vocation. We
invite members of St. Cecilia Parish to attend this special Mass.
If you’re not able to drive there on your own, you can take
MAX to the Cathedral (use the Providence Park station) or take
the car pool that will leave St. Cecilia’s parking lot at 4:15pm
(call Tom Eyer at 503-804-0398 if you’re interested in the car
pool).
Our St. Cecilia Parish family will celebrate the World Day
(of Prayer) for Consecrated Life on the weekend of
February 7-8 at all Masses. We ask that you please pray for all
those who have made commitments to the Consecrated Life,
and be sure to thank them on their special day. May they
continue to be inspired by Jesus Christ and respond generously
to God’s gift for their vocation.
Please go to St. Cecilia’s website to find our prayer for
vocations to a Consecrated Life. Pray that, through the
intercession of the Holy Spirit, there will be an increase in
vocations to the Consecrated Life. For more information on this
vocation, please contact Fr. Cary or Fr. Mark.
MAY 11-20, 2015
Message Phone: 503-646-4435
Web Site: www.CenterForPeaceWest.com
Mass Intentions
Saturday, January 24th
5:00pm †Terry McKinnon—Bill & Margaret Walker
Sunday, January 25th
7:30am Thanksgiving—Barbara McQueen
9:00am People of St. Cecilia
10:45am †Linda Shockman—Lauer Family
12:30pm †Sung Hoon Pang—Jane Murray
2:30pm †Marcella Donoghue—Family
Monday, January 26th
8:00am †Maria H. Pham—Nguyen Family
Tuesday, January 27th
8:00am †Joanne Barta
Wednesday, January 28th
8:00am Int. St. Jude Guild Members
9:00am †Mary Margaret Meagher—Jane Murray
Thursday, January 29th
8:00am †Joe & Anne Rigert
Friday, January 30th
8:00am Int. Jack & Maria Fazio
Saturday, January 31st
8:00am Int. Nick Rigert & College Students
Dolores Doty,
Richard (Dick) Tollisen
JESUS I TRUST IN YOU
Singing of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy
for the sick and dying and pro-life causes
Monday evenings at 7:00pm
in the Adoration Chapel.
TASTY, HOMEMADE CINNAMON ROLLS
Saturday, January 24 after the 5:00 PM Vigil Mass and
Sunday, January 25 after the 7:30, 9:00, and 10:45 AM
Masses, Social Concerns will be selling
Donna’s tasty, homemade cinnamon rolls for
$6.00 per half dozen.
Consider purchasing an extra plate for later — they
freeze beautifully!
Proceeds will support the Archdiocese of Portland’s new
House of Discernment. Vocations Director, Fr. Jeff Eirvin
and men considering seminary will live in a prayerful,
communal setting.
THANK YOU for supporting Social Concerns!
St. Cecilia School News
HOW CAN YOU
SUPPORT
ST. CECILIA SCHOOL?
St. Cecilia School Raffle
Before & After School in the Office
January 25th in the Activity Center
Grand Prize for our 2015 Auction Raffle is a
"Choose Your Own Adventure Package."
The adventure is a choice between a $5,000 Travel Voucher to
Azumano Travel (so the winner can plan their ultimate
vacation) or a $5,000 St. Cecilia Tuition Voucher (to help
fulfill your “Education Adventure”).
REGISTER YOUR FRED MEYER CARD
Our Community Partner # 86648.
1st prize is a $499 Apple iPad Air
2nd prize is $250 in your choice of scrip gift cards
PURCHASE SCRIP GIFT CARDS
Questions? Contact Heather 503-318-4755.
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, January 25th, 2015
10:00 am – 12:30 pm
12250 SW 5th Street
(across from Beaverton Library)
www.stceciliaschool.us
503-644-2619
Tickets are $25; only 1,200 will be sold.
Last year, “all” raffle tickets were sold!
Your continued support would be greatly appreciated!
Raffle drawing will be at 9:30pm on
February 28th, 2015 at the school auction being held at
NW Events and Envirornments.
You don't need to be present to win.
Contact April Werts for tickets:
[email protected] or
(503)747-3498.
Nursery & Pre-K on Sunday’s @ 9:00am
Kinder “Believers”, Sunday’s 10:15-11:30am
Betsy Willing, ext. 163
[email protected]
The Nursery is OPEN
during the
9:00am Mass
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Children, K-5th grades, are invited to attend during the
9:00 am Sunday Mass. Children process to the
Parish Center with adults during the Liturgy of the Word
and then return to celebrate the rest of Mass
in the Church.
Adult/Youth Volunteers are needed.
If interested in helping, please call
Vicki Giampietro at 503-639-8745.
ELEMENTARY FAITH FORMATION
Believers grades 1-2
Disciples grades 3-5
Meet Sunday Mornings 10:15-11:30am
Amy Maris-Volf, ext. 172
[email protected]
Upcoming dates
January 25—Children’s Safe environment class grades 1-5
in the Parish Center
Please note: Today’s lesson will be about safe touch and respect
of our body in regards to sexual abuse, predators, bullies, etc. It
is mandated by the diocese for us to offer it; you may opt out.
February 1—Regular Class
February 1—SEEKERS
First Eucharist Preparation
SEEKERS Grades 2-5,
English Program
Sunday Mornings, 10:15-11:30am
Amy Maris-Volf, ext. 172
[email protected]
*Registration is CLOSED for this year’s Sacrament Preparation.
*Thank you to all who came to the 3rd session!
*Next Session: February 1, 10:15-11:30am
ADULT/Child together in the Parish Center
Homework: Please attend Mass regularly and pay special
attention to the Liturgy of the Eucharist.
Youth Ministry &
Confirmation Sacramental Preparation
Mary Kiefer, ext. 171
[email protected]
February YM Gatherings:
Feb 1- in Parish Center
Feb 8 - Good food at Knights’ breakfast
available between 9:30- 10:00am.
Gathering is from 10-11:30am in Parish
Center
Feb.22. 10--11:30am
FEB 8 : BONE MARROW DONOR DRIVE
HERE to STAND with Ana….ask how you can
GET INVOLVED!
CONFIRMATION CANDIDATES:
DUE on FEB.1 are LOTS OF THINGS!
Saint Report, Sponsor Form, and Baptism
Certificates.
Due on FEB 8 is YM SURVEY!
offered on 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month
with Mark Hart T3 Timeline of the Old Testament
3:00-4:00 OR 6:00-7:00 in Parish Center.
February dates: 3 and 17.
ALL Confirmation Candidates attending public
school need to come to this!
Prayers for Ana – NOTHING BETTER
that we can do…..but to Gather at 9:30am in
the Chapel on Jan 25 - TODAY and EVERY
Sunday before we have YM Gatherings!
Service Opportunities in the Parish:
Night Strike is BACK– Feb. 5
Meet at 6pm.
Drivers and Chaperones nee needed. PERMISSION
FORM REQUIRED.
First Saturdays – 8am Mass and Service. Next one:
Feb. 7th. Invite a friend and COME!!
SVDP – Here at St. C. every Monday –Friday morning at
8:30am people are making food boxes. Contact Mary if you
want to sign up
Faith Café - March 8th 4-6:30pm. There are 4 spots
available…..Contact Mary
Congratulations to the 40 children who celebrated First Reconciliation this Saturday !!!!
Congratulations to those who made a Profession of Faith to enter into our Catholic Faith!!
Tammy Hanna, Sophia Foutch, Jackson Parker!!!!!
Communion Visitors and Welcome Ministry
Joye Boone, ext. 170 [email protected]
HELLO SQUAD
ST. CECILIA WOULD LIKE TO HONOR &
PRAY FOR YOU!
By now you have seen us, on Saturday or
Sunday, waiting by the Church door, to
Greet and Welcome You to St. Cecilia.
We will be listing anniversaries monthly in our parish
bulletin. But we need your help!
Do you have an hour to give to the Lord?
4 Saturdays/Sundays = 1 hour.
An extra 15 minutes for 4 days; a month of Sundays!
You will be surprised how fun it is!
Get to know your fellow parishioners.
Find some dates that fit for you, and JOIN OUR TEAM!
Families too!
Please call or email Joye Boone with your names
(John & Mary Smith), anniversary date (January 31) and
how many years (12) you’ve been married!
HAPPY JANUARY ANNIVERSARIES!
Rene & Shirley Lacambre, January 7, 25 years
Anthony & Loraine VanDomelen, January 13, 63 years
Norman & Marsha Carter, January 16, 55 years
Rick & Peggy Jansen, January 22, 49 years
Paul & Ann Levasseur, January 24, 46 years
Call Joye Boone, 503-644-2619 ext 170 or
email [email protected]
If you have a loved one who is no longer able to come to Mass, has moved to a “care” facility, changed
residences or is hospitalized, please notify Joye at the Parish Office. We want to be a friendly voice from
St. Cecilia Parish to keep in contact and provide Sacraments.
Adult Faith Formation
January 25, 2015
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
First Reading
Psalm
Second Reading
Gospel
Jonah 3:1-5, 10
Psalm 25:4-9
1 Corinthians 7:29-31
Mark 1:14-20
Bible Basics
Everything you wanted
Mark's Gospel is told with a great sense of urgency
and immediacy. Jesus is a person of action, and
events occur in rapid succession. We see this in
today's Gospel. Time is of the essence; the
fishermen immediately put aside their livelihood to
become Jesus' disciples. The Kingdom of God is
here and now. The time of fulfillment is at hand.
to know from Genesis to Jesus
How might our lives be different if we more fully
shared this sense of the immediacy of
God's kingdom?
7:00 pm, Parish Center—Rooms A BC
A Women ’ s Bible Study with Fr. Mark Bentz
Tuesday, January 27th
Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays through May
HAVE YOU EVER HAD A LIFE-CHANGING LENT?
Join Matthew Kelly, the best-selling Catholic author in America, on a life-changing journey through your
Best Lent Ever. Each week, participants will receive short videos and inspiration from Matthew that
explain the genius of Catholicism and empower them to become the best-version-of-themselves.
Go to www.dynamiccatholic.com/bestlentever to sign up!
Respect Life & Other Newsworthy Happenings
Thank you to all who joined the enthusiastic participants at last
Sunday’s Rally for Life in Portland!
Field of Crosses for the Unborn January 30
Join the St. Francis-Sherwood Respect Life Committee to pray for and
remember the lives lost from abortion at the cross memorial site. The crosses,
installed by the Knights of Columbus, are located on the corner of
Tualatin-Sherwood Road and Cipole Roads, next to Columbia Corrugated
Box Company, Inc.
Please meet at 9:15 AM.
Join the Movement!
The U.S. bishops are inviting the faithful nationwide to join a movement of
prayer, penance, and sacrifice for the sake of renewing a culture of life,
marriage, and religious liberty. Visit www.usccb.org/pray or text “fast” to
99000.” Your prayers matter. Your sacrifices make a difference. Watch a
90-second video (www.usccb.org/pray) about the Bishops' Call to Prayer share it with a friend!
FEBRUARY 18—MARCH 29
Join the worldwide movement to protect mothers and babies!
Stay tuned for more details
“Catholic Charities Pregnancy Support & Adoption Services is in need of loving, car ing families
interested in expanding their family through open adoption. We are experiencing a shortage of families
and need couples who are willing to join us in ministry to women facing an unexpected pregnancy.
Our next Orientation Class is February 27 & 28. For more details or to schedule a free informational
interview, contact Shawn Cass at 503-238-5196 or [email protected]”
"If you want peace, work for justice." Pope Paul VI
Health Care for All-Oregon (HCAO) is a non-profit
agency that seeks universal publicly funded health care
for all Oregonians. On February 11, HCAO is planning a
rally at the state capital in an effort to get our legislators
to embrace this movement. Holy Trinity Catholic
Church will be a staging area for buses to take people
to the state capitol rally.
Contact Jerry Osacho, 503-5201638, [email protected], for information and to
reserve a seat on the bus.
Join us for a panel discussion with Q&A regarding
universal health care and Health Care for All-Oregon on
Tuesday, January 27th, 7-8pm, Fireside Room,
Holy Trinity Parish, 13715 SW Walker Rd. Beaverton
Service Opportunity for
ALL Parishioners
Night Strike is BACK– Feb. 5
Meet at 6pm in St. Cecilia Parking Lot.
Drivers and Chaperones needed.
Archdiocese Driver’s Form required if you are taking teens.
PERMISSION FORM REQUIRED.
We’ll be back by 10 pm.
Come serve the homeless alongside our youth
under the Burnside Bridge.
Contact Mary, YM Coordinator, for more details.
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Thursday, February 26, 2015 from 1:30—6:30pm
St. Cecilia Parish Center Parking Lot
To schedule your appointment, contact 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or
www.redcrossblood.org —sponsor code: StCeciliaBeaverton
MINISTERIO HISPANO - PARROQUIA SANTA CECILIA, BEAVERTON
Coordinador: Diácono Bill Richar dson
Sacerdotes: P. Cary Reniva y P. Marcos Bentz
Secretaria: Er ika Ascencio
Teléfono oficina: 503-644-2619, Ext. 161 o Ext. 176
Horas de oficina en español: de Lunes a J ueves de 2:00 a 5:00 PM
TERCER DOMINGO DE TIEMPO ORDINARIO
25 DE ENERO, 2015
JESÚS LLAMA A SUS PRIMEROS DISCÍPULOS
En el evangelio de hoy, Jesús se encuentra en la orilla del
lago de Galilea y llama a 2 pescadores, Simón y su hermano
Andrés para que lo sigan. En una respuesta sencilla pero muy
radical para sus vidas, ellos dejan sus redes y le siguieron.
Sabían bien, nos imaginamos, que sería una gran aventura, pero
no podían saber lo que les iba a costar, ni las maneras en que
cambiarían.
Al corto tiempo, Jesús llama también a Santiago y a Juan,
otros 2 hermanos pescadores, y ellos responden de la misma
manera.
¿De qué manera(s) te ha llamado a ti a seguirle el Señor?
¿Cómo le has respondido? ¿Qué desafíos has encontrado en
este seguimiento?
MISIONEROS CUMPLEN 100 AÑOS
La congregación religiosa de los MISIONEROS DEL
ESPÍRITU SANTO celebraron 100 años desde su fundación el
día de la Navidad, 2014. Esta es la comunidad de la que forman
parte los Padres Joel Quezada y Celso Marquez, junto con el
Diácono Armando, quien se encuentra sirviendo con nosotros en
Santa Cecilia en este último año de su formación para el
sacerdocio en el seminario de Mt. Angel.
Esta comunidad religiosa nació en MEXICO en 1914,
precisamente durante la Revolución Mexicana y su persecución
fuerte del gobierno contra el clero. Las 2 personas inspirando y
dirigiendo estos inicios fueron el Padre Felix de Jesús Rougier, y
Conchita Cabrera.
Agradecemos mucho todo el trabajo que ellos han hecho, y
continúan haciendo, tanto en nuestra diócesis como en otras
partes del mundo. Oramos que Dios les mande muchas
vocaciones.
RELIGIÓN EN AMERICA LATINA
Un centro de investigación y estudios con sede en
Washington llamada Pew Research publicó información sobre
diversas estadísticas de religión en América Latina. Entre otras
cosas relatan que en estos países viven casi el 40 por ciento de
los católicos del mundo entero.
El país más católico es Paraguay, con 89% de la población, y
el menos católico es su vecino Uruguay, con solamente el 42%.
Mexico (81%), Colombia (79) y Ecuador (79) siguen a
Paraguay. Por otro lado, solamente el 8% de latinoamericanos
dicen con seguir ninguna religión.
ACCIÓN EJECUTIVA DE INMIGRACION 2014
La semana pasada se entregó información después de la Misa
de parte de CARIDADES CATÓLICAS a las personas que
querían informarse sobre un nuevo programa. El objetivo es
otorgar acción diferida a los PADRES de ciudadanos
estadounidenses, y CAMBIAR los requisitos para la acción
diferida para los que llegaron a Estados Unidos como niños o
“Dreamers”.
El programa ofrece permiso temporal para quedarse en
este país y protección en contra de la deportación. Las
fechas clave es si estuvieron en Estados Unidos
continuamente desde enero 1 del 2010.
Estos cambios todavía NO HAN EMPEZADO. Por lo
tanto, NO LE PAGUE A NADIE por ayudarle con una
petición o solicitud.
Si desearía usted asistir a una charla o informe más
completo sobre este asunto, avise a la oficina parroquial.
REDESCUBRE EL CATOLICISMO
Si estuvieron aquí en la parroquia para la Navidad,
recordarán que se le regaló a cada familia una copia del
libro “Redescubre el Catolicismo”, escrito por Matthew
Kelly. Nos gustaría mucho que alguien que haya empezado
a leerlo esté dispuesto(a) a compartir con la comunidad sus
impresiones o comentario.
Si pueden escribir con brevedad, unas 2 o 3 o 4 líneas o
frases, algunas las podríamos incluir en el boletín de la
parroquia. Quizás de esa manera otros se motiven a leerlo y
comentarlo.
LAS SIGUIENTES PLÁTICAS PARA BAUTISMO
de niños menores de 5 años se ofrecerán en MARZO.
Inscríbanse en la oficina.
¿TIENE PLANES PARA EL MATRIMONIO?
Si usted y su novio (o novia) están pensando en casarse en
la Iglesia dentro del próximo año, no es demasiado temprano
para averiguar sobre los diferentes pasos que se toman en
preparación para este sacramento.
Las personas tomando estas pláticas típicamente estarían
pensando en casarse en, o cerca del verano del mismo año
(junio, julio, o agosto). Haga una cita con nuestro párroco,
el Padre Cary, a través de la secretaria, para darse a conocer
y empezar el proceso.
MENSAJE MARIANO
“¡Queridos hijos! En este tiempo de gracia nuevamente los
invito a la oración. Oren, hijitos, por la unidad de los
cristianos a fin de que todos sean un solo corazón. La
unidad entre ustedes será real en la medida en que oren y
perdonen. No lo olviden: el amor vencerá sólo si oran, y
vuestro corazón se abrirá.
!Gracias por haber
respondido a mi llamado!” 25 de enero, 2005.
OFERTORIO
Estas cantidades abajo son lo que aportamos en nuestra Misa
de español. No se olviden de ofrecer LA PRIMERA HORA de
nuestro trabajo de la semana a nuestro Señor.
1/11/15
$1,334
1/4/15
$1,477
1/1/15
$ 531
12/28/14
$1,618
12/25/14
$1,326
Gracias por su continua generosidad en el
trabajo de Nuestro Señor.
Action Alert: IRS mailing
The Archdiocese has just learned that the IRS is delayed in issuing IP-PINs. Thus, you may not receive an
IP-PIN during this tax season, even though you had a background check performed in connection with service for
the Archdiocese, a parish or school. The IRS will continue to issue IP-PINs on a rolling basis. If you have received an IP-PIN, you must use it to file your taxes. If you have not received an IP-PIN, the IRS advises that the
best way to protect yourself is to file your taxes early. The IRS apologizes for the delays and the confusion
it has caused.
The FAQs posted in the Archdiocese's website are being revised accordingly and will be updated on
Tuesday, January 20, 2015.
If you have questions, please contact the IRS Identity Protection Special Unit at 1-800-908-4490 or visit a
Taxpayer Assistance Center. Please do not contact the Archdiocese or your parish or school. Neither the
Archdiocese not your parish or school has any further information on the issuance of the IP-PINs.
July 2014—December 2014 Offertory Report
Actual
Budget
Actual to Budget
July 2014-June 2015 Annual Budget
$575,000
$573,000
100%
$1,120,000
2014 Contribution Statements
will be mailed January 26.
Thank you for your support!!!
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Parishioner
(503) 646-5181
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