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ST. JUDE CATHOLIC CHURCH
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
MARCH 15, 2015
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Mar 21-22
MASS INTENTIONS AND READINGS
Sat 3/14
8:15am
5:30pm
7:30pm
Hos 6:1-6; Ps 51; Lk 18:9-14
† Robert Garrison – Deacon Gaspar & Barbara
DeGaetano
INT of Deacon Tom McConnell – Rick & Elise
Phillips
Special Intention – Mass in Spanish
Sun 3/15
8:00am
10:30am
12:15pm
5:30pm
2 Chr 36:14-23; Ps 137; Eph 2:4-10; Jn 3:14-21
† Bill Givens – William & Iris Sesko
INT of St. Jude Parishioners
INT of Duvana Shutters – Rosalie Kozloski
Mon 3/16
8:15am
Is 65:17-21; Ps 30; Jn 4:43-54
INT of Yanisa Phillips – Rick & Elise Phillips
Tue 3/17
8:15am
Wed 3/18
8:15am
7:00pm
ADORATION -- Monday through Friday, 6am (or 9am for
Summer Schedule) to 9pm, in the Chapel. Sign up for a weekly
hour or drop in anytime.
Is 49:8-15; Ps 145; Jn 5:17-30
INT of Deacon Gaspar & Barbara DeGaetano –
Ann Hammers
† Roberto Goduco – Deacon Gaspar & Barbara
DeGaetano
INT of Howard & Pat Jabaley – Helena Mendzef
Sun 3/22
8:00am
10:30am
12:15pm
5:30pm
CONTACT PARISH OFFICE REGARDING
Ez 47:1-9, 12; Ps 46; Jn 5:1-16
Fri 3/20
8:15am
ANOINTING OF THE SICK – Anyone entering the hospital or
in serious ill health may be anointed.
BAPTISM – Parents must attend a baptismal preparation class
before having their first child baptized.
CATHOLIC CONNECTION – For adult Catholics who have
been Baptized but not Confirmed, or who are Confirmed but
inactive or not fully practicing.
Wis 2:1a, 12-22; Ps 34; Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30
CONFIRMATION – Classes are required and begin in October.
Must be 9th grade or older.
Jer 11:18-20; Ps 7; Jn 7:40-53
INT of Georgina Ann Neville – Rick & Elise Phillips
INT of Jerry & Peggy Violette – Deacon Gaspar
& Barbara DeGaetano
Special Intention – Mass in Spanish
FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED – If you would benefit from
using a hearing assistance device, please see an usher before
Mass or contact the Parish Office during the week.
Jer 31:31-34; Ps 51; Heb 5:7-9; Jn 12:20-33
MATRIMONY – Four-month notice required.
† Mary Ann Steigelman – Joe & Helen Steigelman
PARISH RELIGIOUS ED (PRE) – For 4-year-old preschoolers
through 8th graders.
† Tom Eggebrecht – Marie Eggebrecht
† Bob Garrison – John & Faye Martin
INT of St. Jude Parishioners
RCIA/INQUIRY CLASSES – For non-Catholics who would like
to learn about the Catholic Faith.
LECTORS: Mar 21-22
Sat
Sun
5:30pm
8:00am
10:30am
12:15pm
5:30pm
ROSARY – Prayed daily in Chapel after the 8:15am Mass, after
7pm Mass for Vocations on the second Monday of each month,
and at 3pm on the first Saturday (Patriotic).
Raleigh Cooper
Donna Gabor
Betty Wing
Bill Laudeman
Ben Byrne
YOUTH – Contact Alicia Bradshaw ([email protected];
870-8002) or Gracie McGuire ([email protected]; 5045864). www.stjudechattanooga.org/youthministry/index.html
ALTAR SERVERS: Mar 21-22
Sat
Sun
5:30pm V Baltz, B DeGaetano, J Grau, J & P Ingram,
J Trochelman
8:00am S & MA Darden, D Gabor, V Givens, A Lunn,
S Ptacin
10:30am C Cravens, R & M Faulkenberg, R Lovelace,
K Snow, J Taylor
12:15pm M Bautista, B McConnell, MR Quito,
P & K Schulz, L Torrence
5:30pm N Brooks, B Byrne, J Clark, M Gaynor, B Malo,
C Moore
If you are an EM and would like to receive an EMAIL schedule, please
write to [email protected]
INT of Jerry & Peggy Violette – Helena Mendzef
2 Sm 7:4-16; Ps 89; Rom 4:13-22; Mt 1:16-24a
† Betty Fillauer – Denny & Julia Borton
7:30pm
Sun
† Neal DePrima – Claire Coffey & Rusty DePrima
Thu 3/19
8:15am
Sat 3/21
8:15am
5:30pm
Sat
5:30pm
8:00am
10:30am
12:15pm
5:30pm
VOCATIONS CHALICE NEXT WEEKEND
Call Erin Wiles at 901-240-3844 to volunteer.
M Solis, A Westhoff, P Westhoff
B Barasha, C Barasha
L Porterfield, O Porterfield, E Steere
R Brumlow, K Dubininkas, C Leckenby
M Fillauer, P Scoggins
Sunday, March 22, at 10:30am
Christopher & Martha Carpenter with Abigail,
Caroline & Ryan
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT
THIS WEEK AT ST. JUDE
SPIRITUAL LIFE
To add, remove, or restore a family member’s name,
please call the Parish Office.
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK
EACH FRIDAY DURING LENT
5:30 pm
Mass in Church
5:30–7:00pm
K of C Fish Fry, Siener Hall
7:00 pm
Stations of the Cross, Church
Monday, March 16
3:30pm Legion of Mary (Youth)
Library
Tuesday, March 17, St. Patrick’s Day
10:30am Fr. Charlie’s Lenten Bible Study
11:00am Pinochle Group
6:00pm World of Hope
7:00pm Fr. Charlie’s Lenten Bible Study
Church
Dupree
Dupree
Church
Wednesday, March 18
9:00am All Things Catholic
6:00pm VISIONS
6:30pm St. Monica Novena
6:30pm PRE
7:00pm RCIA
7:30pm 12:15 Choir Practice
Dupree
Gym
Chapel
School
PLC
Church
Thursday, March 19, St. Joseph’s Day
9:00am St. Joseph’s Day Breakfast
11:00am Librarians
5:00pm Line Dancing
6:00pm World of Hope
7:00pm Rosary Makers
PLC
Library
Siener
Hrwd A
Library
Friday, March 20
9:00am Legion of Mary (Adults)
5:30pm Lenten Mass
5:30pm Fish Fry (until 7pm)
7:00pm Stations of the Cross
Library
Church
Siener
Church
Saturday, March 21
9:00am Church Cleaners
9:00am Schoenstatt Group 1
Church
Harwd A
Sunday, March 22
9:00am Parish Breakfast (until 1pm)
10:45am Children’s Liturgy
11:00am 12:15 Choir Practice
4:30pm 5:30 Choir Practice
Siener
Library
Library
Church
Maria Alder, Kathryn Arnold, Shelly Benjamin, Tom
Black, Landyn Bomar, Elizabeth Booth, Fr. Joe Brando,
Ben Byrne, Tom Cain, Gertrude Camacho, Steve Campbell,
Michael Casey, William Chepul, Margaret Christnacht,
Ann Marie Cooper, Larry Copeland Jr., Bettye Cotter,
Nancy Cunningham, Lauren Dean, Rusty DePrima,
Edward DeVasher, Earl Diehl, Therese Dobard, Mavis
Dove, Marilyn Dyer, Regina Fountain, Joe Fox, Evelyn
Gabor, Renae Gajownik, Steve Gardner, Emily Ghasemi,
Victoria Goduco, Dennis Greenwood, Ann Hammers,
Jenny Hays, Bernadette Hemeyer, Alex Hubbard, Amy C.
Jacob, John Lanaman, Joanie Lee, Linda Lichner,
Campbell Long, Trudy Masic, Theresa McAndrews, Dale
McCaa, Trinity Meade, Ed Moore, Robert Moore, George
O’Dell, Martha O’Neill (mother of Fr. John O’Neill),
Pirtle Family, Charles Plant, Joan Porterfield, Jose Que
Pua, Tina Puleo, John Purvis, Rebecca Randolph, Frank
Rogers, Miryan Rojas, Christina Salamone, Monsignor
George Schmidt, Matilda Sesko, Theresa Slaughter, Gary
Spaniak, Mary Stangarone, Bob Sullivan, Marie Tingle,
Lisa & Glenda Tomasiello, Robert Weekly, Brian White,
Susan White, Carolyn Williams, Victoria Wing, Debbie
Worley, James Wright, Leanna Young, Ellen Zahorec
AND FOR OUR SERVICE MEN & WOMEN
Brandy Bazemore, Thomas Bazemore, Richard Bryant,
John ain III, Matthew Cain, Eric Flerchinger, Nathaniel
Garza, William Garza, Joseph Gaston, Samuel Hunter,
Michael Knee, Luke Lewis, Stephen McGrath, Thomas
McGrath, Erin Cain Poe
Prayer Requests entered into the book in the chapel are prayed for each
weekday by the Rosary Group. For Emergency Requests Only, call
Prayer Help Line volunteers Vicki Baltz (842-6094), Sharon Moss
(875-2230), or Theresa Slaughter (842-7890).
MONTHLY VOCATIONS MASS
Fr. Charlie will celebrate a Mass for Vocations on
Monday, April 13, at 7pm in the Church. Everyone is
invited to attend and pray for vocations to the priesthood
and religious life. Stay after Mass to pray the rosary in the
Chapel for vocations.
LENTEN BIBLE STUDY WITH FR. CHARLIE
You are invited to Fr. Charlie’s Lenten Bible Study on the
Sunday Readings held in the church at 10:30am and
repeated at 7pm each Tuesday through March 24
CHATTANOOGA AREA
LENTEN PENANCE SERVICES
7:00pm
5:30pm
7:00pm
6:30pm
DAILY MASS DURING LENT
8:15am Monday through Saturday;
7pm Wednesday; 5:30pm Friday
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Mar 19
Mar 24
Mar 25
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ST. JUDE CATHOLIC CHURCH
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
MARCH 15, 2015
SPIRITUAL LIFE
PARISH LIFE
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 2015:
FISHING WITH THE FATHER
HAITI MINISTRY SEA CONTAINER SUNDAY
April 19, 7am to 6pm
Mark your calendars now for St. Jude’s
Vacation Bible School 2015: “Fishing with
the Father.” Our traditional VBS
program is back, under the direction of parishioner
Sandy Pricer and will be held June 22-26, 9am to
12:30pm, for PreK4 through 5th Grade. Look for more
details and registration forms in late March. To volunteer,
call Sandy at 619-1163 or Kyra Ross in the parish office.
REQUESTED ITEMS
General
6 cases of 8 ½ x 11 copy paper, 2 cases of 8 ½ x 14 copy
paper, Backpacks (no wheels), Toothpaste, Toothbrushes,
Soap, Twin sheets
School
Spiral or composition notebooks, Pencils, Crayons, Manila
folders (12 x 14)
Hospital
Blood pressure cuffs, Pens (black), Bandages & band aids
(any kind)
Agriculture
Small garden tools (hand tools), Seeds: beets and broccoli
(hybrid ok), No GMO seeds: cabbage, carrots (orange),
leeks, onions, Roma tomatoes, hot peppers, sweet peppers,
eggplant, lettuce
Playground & Sports Items
Monetary donations toward rubber mulch and ground
cover for playground, Balls and sport items: large balls
such as soccer balls and kick balls must be deflated to ship,
Air pumps, Tennis balls, Tennis shoes, Shin guards,
Jerseys, Athletic socks, Soccer cleats, Whistles, Sports
bottles, Jump ropes, Frisbees (no baseball or football items)
RCIA INQUIRY CLASS SCHEDULE
For those interested in learning more about the Church:
Time
7:30 to 8:30pm
Place
St. Jude Parish Life Center Library
The Parish Life Center is to the left when one is facing the
Church and is connected by a breezeway.
Dates
Tuesday, 7:30 pm, April 7,
May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4
Facilitator
Paul Trudel: 843-1611
Coordinator Deacon Gaspar DeGaetano: 596-9669
ST. JOSEPH’S DAY
After the 8:15am Mass on
Thursday, March 19, St.
Joseph's Day, you are invited to
the Parish Life Center for the
blessing of the St. Joseph's
Table and for breakfast. Please
bring a breakfast item to share
and canned food to donate to the Community Kitchen as a
thanksgiving offering in honor of St. Joseph, the husband
of Mary, the foster Father of Jesus, and the patron of the
Universal Church.
BOX TOPS & LABELS FOR EDUCATION
PROGRAMS AT ST. JUDE SCHOOL
Please place your Box Tops and Labels for Education items
in the Campbell Soup logo bin or Box Top labeled
container in the church vestibule. Thank you so very much
for your continued support for these programs!
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH DURING LENT
2014 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
3/27-29 Young Women’s High School Retreat
St. Mary Church, Oak Ridge; $45/person; includes
time with the Dominican sisters; deadline 3/18
3/28
Holiness Revolution Day Retreat for Families
St. Mary Church, Johnson City; Mass with the
Bishop; go to www.stmarysjc.org; deadline 3/18
4/2-3 5th Annual Cross Training Retreat
10th & 12th graders; St. Jude and Silverdale
Correctional Facility; $15/person
To receive a 2014 end-of-year contribution statement,
please fill out this form and return in collection basket
or to the parish office. Email bookkeeper directly at
[email protected]
Name
____________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________
City, Zip _____________________ Phone _______________
Contact Alicia at [email protected] for more info.
Email ____________________________________________
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT
LADIES OF CHARITY OF
CHATTANOOGA
PARISH LIFE
MARCH MADNESS FOR HAITI
 Save the date for the LOCC’s First
Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday,
June 6! You are invited to Brainerd Golf Course for a
fun day of golf that will benefit the LOCC’s charitable
mission. There will be plenty of opportunities to
support this event, whether you’re a golfer or not.
More information will be available soon. In the
meantime, get your name on the list of those who
want to volunteer, sponsor, or donate by calling or
texting planning committee member Ann May at 4133150 or contacting her via email at [email protected]
 Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this
ministry, which serves those who might otherwise
“fall through the cracks.” Donations of funds or
household goods may be made during store hours at
2821 Rossville Blvd, just off I-24 in Chattanooga. Store
hours are 10am to 4pm, Mon through Sat. Financial
and in-kind assistance in February went toward the
following:
During the month of March, our Haiti
Mission team is accepting donations of
sporting goods for the children of our
sister parish in Haiti. Items requested are new or gently
used balls (any sport), cleats, bats, tennis shoes, shin
guards, jerseys, cones, whistles, water bottles, etc. Please
place your donations in the box designated in the church
vestibule. Thank you for your support!
COMMUNITY
CCW CONVENTION IN APRIL
All women of the parish are invited to attend the 26th
Annual Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
Convention to be held April 23-25 in Knoxville. The
weekend will includes Mass with Bishop Stika, inspiring
speakers, silent auction, delicious food, entertainment, and
fellowship. Early bird registration ends April 1; save
money by registering early. For registration form, go to
www.kdccw.org/convention2015regist.pdf.
Electricity
In-Kind Services
Rent
Prescriptions
Lifeline
Layettes
Gas/Propane
Water
Basic Needs
Food Vouchers
Transportation
General Medical
Total Assistance
NOTRE DAME SUMMER CAMPS
Register now! This year NDHS features more full-day
camps. Sports, fine arts, and academic enrichment
programs are available for rising K-12. Register online or
download a brochure at www.myndhs.com. Brochures
are also available at your parish. If you would like to have
a brochure mailed to your home, please call 624-4618.
FAMILY SYNOD SURVEY
In preparation for the Synod of Bishops in October that
will further reflect upon The Vocation and Mission of the
Family in the Church and Contemporary World, the
Vatican has sent a list of 46 questions to all the Bishops
of the Church. The purpose of these survey questions is
to aid in developing the Synod’s agenda and working
document. Though the intended audience for these
questions is academic institutions and church
organizations, Bishop Stika encourages anyone who is
interested to participate. The link for the diocesan survey
is at www.dioknox.org; deadline is March 15.
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$4,311.35
2,237.50
1,467.20
898.94
750.00
500.00
450.92
246.46
120.00
90.00
70.00
49.00
$11,191.37
ST. JUDE CATHOLIC CHURCH
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
MARCH 15, 2015
COMMUNITY
IN SUPPORT OF MARRIAGE
Catholic Engaged Encounter is an in-depth marriage
preparation experience within the context of Catholic
faith and values. The Diocese of Knoxville's Catholic
Engaged Encounter community invites married couples to
get involved in this ministry by praying for a fiancée
couple, helping with logistics, or attending a weekend
retreat to share your experiences as a married couple. For
more information, contact Charles and Blanca Primm at
[email protected] or visit
engagedencounter.org.
NEWS FROM CATHOLIC CHARITIES
On Thursday, March 26, Catholic Charities will host its
33rd Annual Dinner, "Commitment to Caring," at the
Chattanoogan Hotel. Honorees for this year’s event are
Sophia Bridger, Jill Dearing, Sharon Hogan, Betty Jolly,
Father Jim Vick, and Verna Watson. All proceeds support
Chattanooga-area services and programs of Catholic
Charities. For more information or to reserve tickets, call
267-1207 or email [email protected]
Worldwide Marriage Encounter is for couples who
desire a richer, fuller marriage. A very special couple
weekend experience of caring, renewal, affirmation,
enlightenment, emotion, fun, and much more.
Dates: April 17-19
Place: Atlanta Marriott Hotel in Norcross, Georgia
Time: Begins at 8pm on Friday and concludes on Sunday
about 4pm.
Registration: www.gatn-wwme.org or 404-372-6637
Contact: Bill & Carol Louree at [email protected] or 770974-8183
Catholic Charities’ Pregnancy Help Center is looking for
compassionate relationship builders to facilitate the Earn
While You Learn program. Responsibilities will be to
assess client needs, help create personal lesson plans, and
ensure the client’s success by reviewing lessons and doing
follow-up. This volunteer position is done in two-hour
time blocks, and training is provided. If you are interested
in helping people change their lives, contact Sheri Fava at
443-6596 or [email protected]tn.org for more information.
Retrouvaille, Lifeline for Marriages: Twenty-five percent
of surveyed couples say they are “happily married.” For
everyone else, there is Retrouvaille. Are you frustrated
or angry with each other? Do you argue … or have you
just stopped talking to each other? Does talking about it
only make it worse? Retrouvaille helps couples rebuild
their marriages. For confidential information about or to
register for the next program, call Tom & Pat Ackerman at
800-470-2230 or 615-523-0631, email [email protected],
or visit the web site at www.HelpOurMarriage.com.
Catholic Charities’ Interfaith Senior Services is in need of
cheerful volunteer escorts to transport and accompany
seniors to medical appointments and other necessary
errands. For more information contact Jamie at 826-0667
or [email protected]
Catholic Charities’ The Home Place, a residential
program for homeless individuals with HIV/AIDS, is in
need of Ensure, Boost, and other supplemental dietary
products for its clients. If you’d like to help, contact: Krisie
Long-Withey, 698-9079, [email protected], for specifics.
NEW PARISHIONER / CHANGES
_____ New parishioner _____Moving out of parish
Catholic Charities offers confidential Therapeutic
Counseling Services by licensed therapists. Services are
provided on an income-based, sliding-fee scale and are
available to anyone in the community. Call Kathleen
Hotton, LPC-MHSP, at 322-0057 for appointments or
information.
_____ Information has changed
www.stjudechattanooga.org/communication/resources/parishioner_change.html
Name ____________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________
City, Zip ___________________________________________
Phone ____________________________________________
Detach and place in collection basket.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT
WEEKLY FINANCIAL REPORT
MAINTENANCE AND EMERGENCY FUND
Fiscal Year: July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015
Total Budget: $2,861,000
Week 36
Weekly Needs (based on budget)
Weekly Income (03-09-15)
$
$
Year to Date Needs
Year to Date Income
The Maintenance and Emergency Fund is an
outgrowth of the Journey Together Capital Campaign
that ended in December 2013. All monies given to the
fund are placed in reserve in a designated account
for maintenance concerns (the second goal of the
Journey Together campaign).
57,000.00
61,121.36
+4,121.36
Maintenance and Emergency
Fund Donations (03-09-15)
Refund from boiler insurance
Current Total in Reserve
$2,052,000.00
1,958,180.73
$ -93,819.27
The gift you have received, give as a gift.
Matthew 10:8
$
2,787.50
18,365.90
$338,579.65
Wherever your treasure lies, there your
heart will be. Luke 12:34
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Be Not Afraid
26th Annual Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Convention
Cedar Bluff Holiday Inn, Knoxville, Tennessee
April 23 – 25th
Early Bird Registration
Ends April 1st
Save $$ by registering early!
http://www.kdccw.org/convention2015regist.pdf
Don’t Miss Out On:
Mass with Bishop Stika
Silent Auction
Great Food
Entertainment
Fellowship
Inspiring Speakers:
Jane Carter
Nancy Poll
Dr. Ruth Queen Smith
Patty Schneier
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE March 7‐8 March 14‐15 March 21‐22 March 28‐29 Holy Thursday Good Friday Holy Saturday April 5 April 11‐12 April 18‐19 April 25‐26 May 02‐03 Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Sam Powe, Ryan Zeik, Peyton Murphy Sophie Welch, Ryan Welch Eli Cowan, Maggie Martin Andy McGann, Molly McGann, Max McGann Evan Del Carmen, Rettick Wells Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Emma Smith, Riley Mroz Briley Bacher, Lizzette Juarez Lindsay Burns, Bree Schrodt, Amelia Hunt Olivia Mildenberger, Ally Mildenberger, Brandon Price Alex Osborne, Carlos Gomez Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Augusta Westhoff, Pierre Westhoff, Madeline Solis Brock Barasha, Carson M Barasha Emily Steere, Liam Porterfield, Olivia Porterfield Kestutis Dubininkas, Raney Brumlow, Catie Leckenby Peyton Scoggins, Mary Fillauer Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Charles Arnold, Emma Smith, Peyton Murphy John Benedict Tabang, Alex Rodriguez Lindsay Burns, Mark Mariani, Domenic Mariani Olivia Mildenberger, Ally Mildenberger Ryan Zeik, Rettick Wells April 2, 7pm April 3, 7pm April 4 (see bulletin) Brock Barasha, Carson M Barasha, John Benedict Tabang Peyton Scoggins Olivia Mildenberger, Ally Mildenberger, Michael Arnold Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Briley Bacher, Owen Malo Alexa Taylor, Ryan Zeik, Eli Rich Andy McGann, Molly McGann, Max McGann Carlos Gomez, Evan Del Carmen Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Brandon Price, Bree Schrodt, Madeline Solis Lizzette Juarez, Sam Powe Amelia Hunt, Maggie Martin, Lindsay Burns Olivia Mildenberger, Raney Brumlow, Ally Mildenberger Mary Fillauer, Peyton Scoggins Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Peyton Murphy, Sophie Welch, Ryan Welch Augusta Westhoff, Pierre Westhoff Emma Smith, Charles Arnold, Riley Mroz Carson M Barasha, Kestutis Dubininkas, Brock Barasha Alex Osborne, Ryan Zeik Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Eli Rich, Sam Powe Alex Rodriguex, Lizzette Juarez Emma Smith, Evan Del Carmen, Briley Bacher Olivia Mildenberger, Catie Leckenby, Ally Mildenberger Carlos Gomez, Rettick Wells Saturday 5.30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:15pm Sunday 5:30pm Madeline Solis, Bree Schrodt, Brandon Price Owen Malo, John Benedict Tabang, Alexa Taylor Eli Cowan, Liam Porterfield, Olivia Porterfield Andy McGann, Molly McGann, Max McGann Lizzette Juarez, Mary Fillauer PARROQUIA SAN JUDAS EN CHATTANOOGA
930 Ashland Terrace, Chattanooga, TN 37415
Números de Teléfono y contactos
Oficina: (423) 870-2386 (de 9:00AM a 4:00PM)
Fax: (423) 876-8960
Email: [email protected]
Web:www.stjudechattanooga.org
3/15/15
Ministerio Hispano
Padre Moisés (423) 870-2386
Horario Misa
Sábados 5:30pm (ingles)
Sábado 7.30pm (español)
Domingo 8.00am, 10:30am, 12:15pm, 5:30pm (ingles)
Diaria 8:15am (Lunes a Sábado)(ingles)
Miércoles 7:00pm y Viernes 5:30pm (ingles)
Confesiones Miércoles 6:00pm
Requisitos para Sacramentos:
Bautizos:
Tomar las pláticas pre-bautismales para padres
(registrados en la iglesia de San Judas) y padrinos
(que los Padrinos sean Católicos y estén casados
por la iglesia) y separar la fecha del bautismo con
un mínimo de 3 meses de anticipación.
* Pláticas Pre-bautismales para padres y padrinos:
Son a cargo de Alberto Rios por favor llamen a 423355-0495
Matrimonios:
Traer las partidas de bautismo y confirmación recientes
(mínimo 6 meses) de cada uno de los contrayentes,
tomar las platicas pre-matrimoniales con Carlos (12
clases), fijar las fecha de la boda con un mínimo de 5
meses de anticipación
Confesiones: Todos los miércoles a las 6pm o
Sábados a las 4pm, o por cita previa. Por favor noten que
no todos sábados o miércoles hay confesiones en
español. Hablen con las oficinas o con el Padre antes
para asegurar que padre estará confesando si necesita
que sea en español.
Primera Comunión: La primera comunión se
hace en el segundo grado y requiere dos
años se preparación. Por favor apunten a sus
hijos para las clases en el primer grado.
Clases son todos los miércoles entre
septiembre y marzo a las 6.30pm
Catecismo: Se reunen todos los miercoles en a las
6:30pm. Para mas informacion contacten a Irene al
(423)596-0053
ORACIONES
Si usted tiene una necesidad de oración
pueden escribirla en el libro de la capilla y
diariamente se ofrecen rosarios para esas
intenciones
Hermanos en Cristo
Alberto Rios (423)355-0495
Unase a el grupo de estudio de biblia.
Se reúnen los: Domingos a las 7:00pm
dirigido por Alberto Rios y el Padre
Moises en la capilla de la iglesia . Hay
Adoracion al Santismio además de
meditaciones no pierdan esto
oportunidad de acercase más a nuestro
Señor
Para registrar para los eventos contacte a
nuestra Ministra Juvenil Alicia Bradshaw
en [email protected] o 870-8002.
Vea la página web del Ministerio Juvenil
en san Judas en
http://www.stjudechattanooga.org/youth
ministry/index.html
Confirmaciones:
Asistir a las clases, junto con los padres o padrinos,
asistir a los retiros preparatorios, haber recibido los
sacramentos del bautismo y la primera comunión.
Estar dispuesto a hacer servicio a la comunidad.
Atender a misa todos los sábados o domingos.
Familia debe estar registrada en la iglesia de San
Judas. Vean a Alicia Bradshaw para más
información, formas de registro y horarios de clases
e Schedule.
Encargada del boletin Nelly Nunez
Para intenciones llamen a(423)544-9175
Información Monetaria
“Porque donde esta vuestro tesoro, allí estará
también vuestro corazón”
Lucas 12: 34
Colecta del día Domingo 14 de Febrero
Dinero suelto
$511.48
Sobres
(8)
$42.00
“De gracia recibisteis, dad de gracia.”
Mateo 10:8
Refleccion Sobre La Palabra Del Señor
“Hermanos: Dios rico en misericordia...”.
Jesucristo, a quien el Padre envió al mundo es el
sacramento de la benevolencia divina con los
hombres. Dios es Amor. No se comporta con
nosotros cuando le ofendemos como lo hacemos
nosotros cuando alguien nos perjudica o nos
desprecia. Dios es un Padre que no duda en
entregar lo que más quiere: su Único Hijo “para
que el mundo se salve por Él” (Evangelio). Si al
sentirnos queridos por alguien la alegría esponja
nuestro corazón y somos felices, ¿qué pensar si ese
alguien es Dios, Bondad y Sabiduría infinita?
Dios mantiene su oferta de vida y de salvación a
pesar del historial de pecado que cada criatura
humana tiene. Mirar a la Cruz como los israelitas
en el desierto miraban la serpiente de bronce,
símbolo de Ella, y quedaban curados de la
mordedura del mal, es tropezarse con la prueba
evidente del perdón de Dios y de su salvación
prometida. Así es. Jesús murió en la Cruz por
nuestros pecados y éste debe ser un motivo de
consuelo cuando la conciencia, al recordarnos las
ocasiones en que le hemos ofendido, abra paso a
una inquietud mala. “¿Quién acusará a los elegidos
de Dios? Dios es el que justifica. ¿Quién los
condenará? ¿Cristo Jesús, que murió por ellos, más
aún, que resucitó, que está a la derecha de Dios y
que incluso intercede por nosotros?” (Rom 8, 34).
La Iglesia invita al cristiano a alegrarse en la Cruz de
Cristo porque de ahí brota “nuestra salvación, vida
y resurrección” (Antífona Misa Exaltación Sta Cruz).
¡La Santa Cruz, ahí está el testimonio más
elocuente y conmovedor del amor que Dios siente
por el hombre! Este amor de Dios, inmenso y loco,
que no se detiene ante la muerte, debe despertar
en nosotros un afecto grande por Él que esté
pronto a cualquier sacrificio personal. El sacrificio
que todo amor comporta es la sal de esta vida. ¿No
tenemos, a veces, la impresión de que nos
quejamos demasiado, de que somos un poco
melindres, poco sufridos? Una persona que a los 30
ó 40 años no haya tenido una contrariedad seria,
ningún disgusto importante, corre el peligro de ser
un eterno adolescente. El dolor madura a las
personas, las hace más realistas, más humanas.
Hay lugares donde los campesinos pinchan los
higos para que estén más dulces.
El cristianismo no inventó la cruz, no la trajo a un
mundo hasta entonces feliz, sino que nos enseñó y
nos ayuda a llevarla con esperanza. La opción no se
plantea entre llevarla o no porque el dolor aparece
tarde o temprano en nuestra vida, sino entre
llevarla bien o mal. Ciertamente la Cruz a unas
personas las encona contra Dios, como en el caso
del mal ladrón. A otras, en cambio, les abre las
puertas del Paraíso. El sufrimiento es el mismo. El
modo de afrontarlo, no.
No busquemos nunca a Cristo sin la Cruz, si no
queremos tropezarnos con esas cruces sin Cristo,
que no libran del dolor y que carecen del valor
redentor que encierran. Así, el olvido de uno
mismo para hacer la vida grata a los que conviven
con nosotros, el esfuerzo diario para aportar con el
trabajo nuestro grano de arena al bien común, las
contrariedades e injusticias, el dolor físico o moral
inevitables en esta vida, la lucha contra el pecado y
el esfuerzo por influir cristianamente en la cultura
y el comportamiento de nuestros iguales, lo
afrontaremos con alegría, porque “allí donde se
representa la muerte de Cristo, no puede reinar el
pecado. Es tan grande la fuerza de la Cruz de Cristo
que, si se pone ante los ojos..., ningún mal deseo,
ninguna pasión ningún movimiento de enfado o
envidia podrán prevalecer” (Orígenes, Com. in
Rom, 6, 1).
Pidamos a María, que estuvo junto a la Cruz de
Jesús, que sepamos estar con reciedumbre cuando
se haga presente en nuestra vida, y Jesús no
olvidará esta muestra de solidaridad con Él cuando
suene para nosotros el día grande de la
Resurrección de toda carne.
El segundo Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial en español
se realizará el 6 y 7 de junio de 2015 en el Glenstone
Lodge en Gatlinburg, TN. El costo es de $ 250.00 por
pareja e incluye alojamiento, alimentación, y materiales
de trabajo para el encuentro. Más información con el
Padre Andres Cano en la parroquia Santa Cruz - Holy
Cross Catholic Church en Pigeon Forge, TN Telf: 865429-5587.
Aviso a la comunidad el consulado Mexicano estará
en Chattanooga, Tennessee del 24 al 27 de Marzo
en el centro hispano de la Basílica de San Pedro y
San Pablo ,