Bulletin: 3/29 - Saint Francis of Assisi Parish

St. Francis of Assisi Parish
March 29, 2015 • Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
From the Pastor’s Desk
hope you are as grateful as I for the parish staff ’s willingness to spend me in reflec ng on the meaning of Lent
as it touches their souls through their ministries, and to
share their reflec ons with us in this column over the past
several weeks. It is easy to simply “do” things out of the
ordinary during this Lenten Season, but it is another thing to
integrate what we “do” for Lent with who we are at the place
where God touches us and we touch others.
It seems that there are four mes a year when the
Church is overflowing with people: Christmas, Ash Wednesday, Passion Sunday (Palm Sunday), and Easter Sunday. Today
is one of those mes. These days mark events in the life of
Jesus that speak to the deepest parts of our spiritual selves,
and seem to go beyond the rules of religious tradi on or pracce. We gather on these days, not because of the fear of sin,
but because something of the human dimension of the life of
Jesus—and, today in par cular, of the sufferings of Jesus, resonates with our lived experience. Something within us drives us
to face the contradic ons in our own lives and thus enter into
the contradic ons of the Passion Sunday liturgy.
The Liturgy on Passion Sunday begins with Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. His entry into Jerusalem, into the
most Holy City, is not casual and discreet! But, at the same
me, his entry is not in a chariot drawn by mighty horses, surrounded by legions of soldiers and guards; instead, he rides a
simple donkey accompanied by the simple people whose lives
he touched and renewed by showing the face and the heart
of a merciful God. His entry is ordinarily triumphal for ordinary people. These people wave simple branches of palm and
olive shou ng praise to what he has accomplished for them.
This is an experience of the moment for these crowds,
an experience of joy and hope for a wonderful future. In
the midst of these crowds, there is no men on of poli cal or
religious authori es. Yet, within a very few days, this clamor
of acclama on and praise turns to denial, betrayal, and a call
for Jesus’ death.
Somehow, then and now, evil quietly speaks. Instead of
following and proclaiming Jesus as the One Who Has Come In
The Name Of The Lord, our minds and hearts can become fickle
Weekend Masses
Saturday Vigil 5:15 pm
Sunday 7:30 am, 9:30 am, Noon
Weekday Masses
(in St. Clare Chapel)
12:10 pm
to the mood of the day and place. This is the trickster at work!
It is easy to be faithful when that which is of value in our lives
provides favor and grace. But, how hard it is to remain faithful
when it all turns around and our reputa on, self respect, our
very lives are on the line because we iden fy with what was
once a power and, more so, a savior in our lives.
Jesus’ journey into Jerusalem does not end in a celebraon of majesty and power at a stately banquet upon a throne,
with accolades or praise of his authority and power. It ends
with a simple Passover meal with his most in mate friends,
with his throne the cross and his crown, not one of heavy
sparkling gems, but a simple crown of painful thorns. The
last words of Jesus that we hear from Mark are not words of
blessing and gran ng of favors, but of despera on and hopelessness, “My God Why Have You Forsaken Me!”
As the beloved Children of God, we are invited not only
to be present to the events of this Passion Sunday, but also
to iden fy with them—our own experience of acclama ons
and betrayal, as well as the fickleness of our human and
divine rela onships.
The en re Triduum celebra on invites us to be present
to and iden fy with Jesus’ experience. On Holy Thursday, we
are invited to experience the Lord’s Supper and the washing
of the feet. We make present through these ritual acts that
we are part of the deep desire of Jesus to remain with us
through the gi of the Eucharist, the food for the journey of
our lives, where Jesus walks with us in our service and love of
others. The Good Friday liturgy of the Passion, Venera on of
the Cross, along with prayer and the recep on of the reserved
Eucharist, proclaims that, through Jesus’ willingness to die to
his humanity, we are called to let go of all that keeps us from
loving deeply, even to the point of sacrificing all that we hold
dear and important in our lives. The Easter Vigil and Easter
Sunday celebra ons are truly about the new life that bursts
forth when we love deeply and are willing to let go, when we
are filled with the faith that God does not abandon us, but
walks with us in the events of our lives.
May this be The Great Week for each of us….
May the Lord give you peace…. Un l next week….kjl
Saturdays 4:00 - 5:00 pm
or by appointment
Church Hours
M-Th 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fri 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
Triduum: Journey to the Heart
Triduum: Journey to the Heart
Holy Saturday/ Easter vigil
n just a few short days, we will arrive at our highest holy
days, the Everest of our liturgical year, the core of our story,
the heart of our faith.
e begin with the Easter fire, bless
the Easter candle, and in candlelight, remind ourselves of our history
through readings and song. We call upon
our family to join us in a litany of saints,
return the Alleluia, and proclaim the resurrec on in the gospel reading. These readings, the exultet, the blessings of fire
and paschal candle, occur only on this night.
Whether we are ready or not, whether we’ve fulfilled
our good inten ons of Lent or not, we find ourselves on the
doorstep of Triduum—Holy Thursday to Easter Sunday—those
three days that take us from the Last Supper to the empty
tomb, when Jesus gives himself to the world: in a supper
of bread and wine, in the washing of feet, in the Passion of
the crucifixion, in taking our place on the cross, in rising into
forever-with-us. Will you enter?
We ini ate our newest members—24 this year, and
renew our own bap smal vows. Finally, we join one another
in Eucharist.
This year set aside your regular ac vi es and enter into
the holiest days of the year. Take the me. Make me.
Come be renewed in your faith, your rela onship with
God and one another. A recep on for our newest members
directly follows in Brunsman Hall and is open to all.
In the garden of Gethsemane Jesus asks his disciples—
asks us—“remain here with me.”
From the Last Supper to his rising from the tomb—three
days, one glorious liturgy—together let us walk beside Jesus.
Holy Week Schedule
Holy Thursday 7:00 pm
Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:00 pm in the Church
followed by
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 11:00 pm
in Brunsman Hall
No 12:10 pm Mass on Holy Thursday
ne Mass is celebrated on this day
remembering the ins tu on of the
Eucharist and the ministry of priesthood.
The gospel focuses on the maundatum, the
direc on Jesus gives to Peter to do as he
has done—serving one another as Jesus
did, as we have had done for us, as we are called to do for
one another.
Service of the Lord’s Passion with
Adoration of the Cross and Communion
12:10 pm and 7:00 pm
No 12:10 pm Mass on Good Friday
This service is joined to the celebra on of the Passover
meal, now changed from a remembrance of freedom from
oppression and pursuit through the Red Sea to a new life in
God. Jesus recalls all of that in the upper room, yet says to
his friends as he shares the unleavened bread and the blessed
cup, “this is my Body… this is my Blood.”
We end with a procession of the Blessed Sacrament to
the altar of respose and me for reflec on in Brunsman Hall.
Please come and celebrate this most precious gi of Eucharist
in Mass and in reflec on on this holy night.
Easter Vigil 8:15 pm in the church followed by a
Reception in Brunsman Hall
No scheduled confessions or 5:15 pm Mass
on Holy Saturday
Good Friday 12:10 and 7:00pm
Mass: 7:30 am, 9:30 am, Noon
n this sacred day, we do not
celebrate Mass anywhere in
the world. We recount the passion
of Jesus, the one who laid down his
life for us. We walk with Jesus on his
journey to Calvary, pray for one another and the world. And
we share in the acceptance and honoring of our own crosses,
the difficult and painful areas of our lives that can only be born
with one another, and the firm belief that God can bring new
life and resurrec on out of every sorrow and death.
Holy Smoke!
f you are allergic or sensi ve to incense,
please note: we will use incense during our
Holy Thursday and Easter Vigil liturgies.
Good Friday
Easter Vigil
“We gather to remember
in fire and in flood... in Word and in song...
and in bread and in wine...”
“Behold the wood of the cross…”
Journey to the Heart
Holy Thursday
“I have given you a model to follow,
so that as I have done for you,
you also should do."
t Vi
“Up from the waters God has claimed you,
up from the waters, child of light!
Pra to the One who called and named you
up from the waters into life.”
Your Financial Support
Holy Thursday Collection
(Includes direct deposit and online donaƟons)
March 15
Year-to-date (7/1/2014-3/18/2015)
Last year
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ur tradi on at St. Francis is to donate our
Holy Thursday collec on to the poor. This
year’s collec on will go to support Bridget’s
Dream, which provides immediate care, emergency housing coordina on, needs assessment
and referral support to vic ms of human trafficking in need of
immediate crisis interven on. Bridget’s Dream was founded
in 2010 in honor of Bridget Grey, a young women who lost her
life to America’s violent epidemic of sex-trafficking. Human
trafficking survivors deserve the opportunity to be restored
to dignity and purpose. Your dona ons on Holy Thursday will
help this happen. Thank you!
(Includes direct deposit and online donaƟons)
Building Fund (includes ONE Campaign 25% share)
Dona ons to date (7/1/2014-3/18/2015)
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Good Friday Collection
our dona ons on Good Friday—
and those of Catholics throughout
the world, go to support Chris ans in the
Holy Land. Franciscans have been in the Holy
Land since 1209, walking in Jesus’ footsteps,
caring for the poor, educa ng young people, providing scholarships, protec ng the Holy shrines, conduc ng pastoral ministries and keeping Chris anity alive. Our St. Francis Good Friday
collec on goes to support this work. This year, more than
ever, they ask that you support their work in the land that
Jesus made holy: providing presence, care and service. More
info: www.myfranciscan.com.
Step Ministry
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Francis House (March 2015)
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Easter Flowers
elp us to celebrate Easter with flowers!
Please use one of the offering envelopes
marked “FLOWER DONATION” in your pew to
contribute to our Easter Flowers Fund. Thank you!
Prayer Requests
For Those Who Are Ill or in Pain
Evelyn Villanueva • Michele Dyke
Breakfast Items Needed for Our Step Guests
For Those Who Have Been Called to Eternal Life
he first weekend of every month
we have shopping carts by the
front doors—why? We are invited to
bring breakfast items for our homeless
guests to enjoy a er spending the night
in our Parish Center courtyard (individual serving packets of
oatmeal, chewy cereal bars, cheese and crackers, nuts, trail
mix, and cocoa; also, cans of coffee—regular and decaf; and
large boxes of cereal—like Frosted Flakes, or Raisin Bran.
Nellie Trimboli • Paul Eugene Blankenship
Mass Intentions for this Week
Mar. 28 Sat.
Mar. 29 Sun.
Mar. 30 Mon. 12:15pm
Mar. 31 Tue. 12:15pm
Apr. 1 Wed. 12:15pm
Apr. 2 Thur. 12:15pm
Apr. 3 Fri.
Rudy Schneider†
Pro Populo (for parishioners)
Nellie Trimboli†
Dorothy McMullen†
Jacqueline Sare†
Every week we purchase perishable items, like milk and
cheese s cks, to supplement your dona ons. If you would like
to make a monetary dona on towards these purchases, special
goldenrod envelopes are available in the church literature racks.
No Mass
o request that your loved one be added to our bulle n
prayer request list, contact Galen Unruh (443-8084 x114
or [email protected] rancisparish.com). To request a Mass Inten on,
contact SJeanay Willis Bolden, Parish Secretary (443-8084 or
[email protected] rancisparish.com).
Thank you for your con nued care of our brothers and
sisters who are guests of our Step and Breakfast ministries.
And thanks to each of you who shares your me in being
present to them nearly every day of the year in the evenings
or mornings.
All Are Welcome!
Adult Confirmation
Easter Egg Hunt
in the Parish Center
e invite all bap zed,
catechized Catholic adults to receive the fullness of
the Holy Spirit in your life this year through the Sacrament of
Confirma on. Wednesday evening sessions with Jacquie Embs
and Peggy Chambers will prepare you for Adult Confirma on,
which will take place on Saturday, May 23, at 5:00 pm at the
Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, with Bishop Jaime Soto
presiding. Please contact Peggy for more informa on (4438084 x103). The world awaits your gi s!
The St. Francis Young Adult Ministry presents:
Christian Life Community – Spiritual Formation
Wednesday, April 1
7:00 - 8:45 pm
Parish Center
ould you like to
meet other youngadult Catholics in the midtown area? Discover new ways to live your faith and see how
it fits into your life? Find more purpose, passion and connecon in your rela onship with family and friends and in your
work place? If any or all of these ques ons interest you, then
come and check out St. Francis’ Young Adults faith groups,
called Chris an Life Communi es (CLC).
There is no commitment, just a end the introductory
mee ng and go from there. This group will meet weekly or
twice monthly, depending on the availability of the group
members or the group consensus.
We hope that you will plan to join us on Wednesday,
April 1, 7:00 - 8:45 pm. If you have any ques ons or concerns
at all please don’t hesitate to contact Patrice Clemons at
[email protected] rancisparish.com.
Easter Sunday, April 5
Following the 9:30am Mass
Sutter’s Fort Park
(across the street from the church)
e will divide the egg-hun ng area into 3 age-specific
Infant through pre-school
Kindergarten through 5th grade
6th grade through junior high
Bring your Easter Basket and join the celebra on!
Hosted by our St Francis of Assisi Parish Youth Ministries
Francis of Rome and Francis of Assisi:
A New Springtime for the Church
with Brother Mark Schroeder, OFM
Three Sundays in April, Starting April 12
11:00 am - Noon
Parish Center Chapel
he tle of our series comes from a book
wri en by Franciscan theologian Leonardo Boff. We will explore some of the themes he suggests, in
looking at the accomplishments of Pope Francis in light of the
charism of St. Francis. (There is no need for you to have read
the book; just come with an open heart and mind.)
April 12 The Spirit of Saint Francis, an inspira on for
Pope Francis
April 19 Francis, a Pope who will preside in charity.
April 26 What has Pope Francis brought us that is new?
Thank You!
hank you to the anonymous donor of many wonderful Now You Know It audio books for our Parish Library
collec on. Audio books are very popular with our library
patrons, and the donor’s generous gi is much appreciated!
Pray the Franciscan Crown
Beginning Saturday, April 4
9:00 - 10:00 am
Parish Center
new group is forming to pray the
Franciscan Crown rosary once a
month. We will meet the first Saturday
of the month, beginning April 4. The Franciscan Crown dates
from the 1400’s and focuses on the seven Joys of Mary. For
more informa on, please contact Carli Zarzana (524-3212).
Fasting and Abstinence
Abstinence from Meat: Observed on Ash
Wednesday, Good Friday, and all the Fridays
of Lent by all Catholics 14 years and older.
Fasting: Observed on Ash Wednesday and
Good Friday by all Catholics 18 to 59 years old. The tradi onal norm for fas ng is to eat only one full meal. Smaller meals
throughout the day, if all added up, should not be more than
one full meal.
Ongoing: All Are Welcome
Other Opportunities
Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW)
The 14th Annual Way of the Cross
Sundays during the Liturgy of the Word at our 9:30 am
Mass, children K-4th grade are escorted from the church to
the Parish Center Chapel by an adult catechist for CLOW. No
registra on required. Parents may accompany their children.
April 3, Good Friday Begins 9:00 am in Crocker Park (at
the corner of N and 3rd) and ends at 11:15 am on the steps
of the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (11th and K Streets).
The Way of the Cross, a tradi onal Catholic procession recalling
the suffering and death of Jesus Christ, includes Gospel readings, choral music, readings from Giussani, Claudel and Péguy.
All are invited to join in this procession, organized by the lay
Catholic movement, Communion and Libera on. For more
informa on, please contact Eric Lee at (209) 600-8298.
Church Tours: 4th Sundays a er Noon Mass.
Communion Visitation
To request a visit for you or a loved one, please email:
SFCommunionVisita [email protected] Please include your
phone number in your email. Or call Galen (443-8084 x114).
3rd Annual Holy Saturday Pilgrimage
Healing Prayer ministers are available to pray for you or
your loved ones. Email your prayer pe ons to [email protected]
s rancisparish.com, or call the parish office (443-8084).
April 4, Holy Saturday star ng at 7:00 am at St. Elizabeth
Church and con nuing to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, St. Francis, Sacred Heart, and Immaculate Concep on.
This year we will add a “new house” in the Food Bank Center,
and conclude at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. We will
also briefly stop at the Capitol.
This beau ful Hispanic tradi on was adopted two years
ago by the Diocese of Sacramento during the observance
of the Year of Faith. It offers the faithful an opportunity to
prepare their hearts for the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday.
Over 500 people have par cipated each year. The pilgrimage
is conducted bilingually, but primarily in Spanish. We extend a
special invita on especially to youth and young adults.
High School Youth Ministry
Freely Given: Diocesan Young Adult Conference
Contemplative Prayer
Mondays 6:00 pm in the Parish Center Chapel.
Tuesdays a er 12:10 pm Mass in St. Clare Chapel.
Gospel Series
Sundays 11:00 -11:45 am in the Parish Center. Reflecon and medita on on the gospel. Sponsored by the Peace &
Jus ce Commi ee. More info: Mary Myrick (536-9753).
Healing Prayer
1st and 3rd Thursdays from 6:00-8:00 pm in the Parish Center.
Light dinner provided. Bring a friend!
Saturday, April 11 9:30 am-5:00 pm at St. James Parish
in Davis, with an op on to stay for the 5:30 pm Vigil Mass.
Calling all young adults ages 18-39! Learn, worship, and be
in community with other young adults from throughout the
diocese. The day will focus on the Church as “a place of mercy
freely given,” drawing from Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortaon, Evangelii Gaudium. Registra on is $15 and includes
lunch. Price will increase to $20 a er April 4, so register
early! For more info or to register: www.yaconference.com.
Sundays a er 9:30 am Mass. Join us for coffee and donuts
in Brunsman Hall.
Library Hours: Thursdays, Noon - 2:00 pm and
1st and 3rd Sundays, 8:30 - 11:30 am in the Parish Center
Nursery Program
Sundays: Child care for children ages 1-3 during 9:30 am
Mass in the room opposite the cafeteria on the first floor of
our school. Registra on is on-site.
Weekly Readings
Prayer Service: Led by our school children Mondays at 8:10 am
in the church (when school is in session).
Taizé Prayer: Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00 pm, in the church.
T’ai Chi Chih
Saturdays: 9:05 am in St. Clare Chapel or, weather permi ng,
in the park across from the church.
Wednesdays: 6:00 pm in the church (during Taizé Prayer).
Thomas Merton Circle: Meets bi-monthly. Refreshments
provided. More info: John (482-6976).
Young Adults (20’s-30’s)
Come try out our young adults groups called Chris an
Life Communi es (CLC), where you will become part of a
young adult community (approximately 4 - 10 people). There
is no commitment—just a end once and go from there. Our
CLCs are based on Igna an as well as Franciscan spirituality
and are a place for growth, companionship, and transformaon. More info: Patrice at [email protected] rancisparish.com.
Monday: Is 42:1-7; Ps 27:1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Tuesday: Is 49:1-6; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Wednesday: Is 50:4-9a; Ps 69:8-10, 21-22, 31, 33-34;
Mt 26:14-25
Thursday: Lord’s Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116:12-13,
15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Is 52:13 — 53:12; Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-17, 25;
Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 — 19:42
Saturday: a) Gn 1:1 — 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Ps 104:1-2, 5-6, 10,
12, 13-14, 24, 35; or Ps 33:4-7, 12-13, 20-22;
b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; Ps 16: 5, 8-11;
c) Ex 14:15 — 15:1; Ex 15:1-6, 17-18;
d) Is 54:5-14; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13;
e) Is 55:1-11; Is 12:2-6;
f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 — 4:4; Ps 19:8-11;
g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Ps 42:3, 5; 43:3-4 or
Is 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 or Ps 51:12-15, 18-19;
h) Rom 6:3-11;
i) Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Mk 16:1-7
Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23;
Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9
Parish Information
St. Francis Parish Center Ofϐices: 1066 26th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 • Phone: 916.443.8084
Fax: 916.443.7356 • Website: www.stfrancisparish.com • Office Hours: MON-FRI, 9AM-5PM
St. Francis Elementary School: 2500 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 • Phone: 916.442.5494
Website: www.stfranciselem.org • Office Hours: MON–THUR, 8AM–4PM and FRI, 8AM-2PM (during the School Year)
Associate Pastor
Pastoral Associate
Director of Liturgy
Director of Faith Formation
Director of Outreach
Administrative Associate
Plant Manager
Office Assistant
Parish Secretary and Wedding Coordinator
Communion Visitation Ministry Coordinator
Infant Baptism Coordinator
Library Coordinator
Membership Coordinator
Parish Council Chair
Young Adults Ministry Coordinator
Youth Ministry Coordinator
In Residence at the Friary:
Ken Laverone OFM
Sebas an Sandoval, OFM
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Sebas [email protected] rancisparish.com
Ivan Hrga
[email protected] ranciselem.org
Peggy Chambers, OMC
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Deborah Jones
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Skip Bacon
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Galen Unruh
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Fran Anderson
[email protected]
Joe Prassa
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Pamela Caballero
[email protected] rancisparish.com
SJeanay Willis Bolden
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Jacquie Embs
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Peggy Briggs
SFCommunionVisita [email protected]
Carol Spinella
InfantBap [email protected] rancisparish.com
Pat Pavone
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Christelle Cobian
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Michelle Hernandez-Flores
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Patrice Clemons
[email protected] rancisparish.com
Traci Bean
[email protected]
Ray Bucher, OFM • Ken Laverone, OFM • Sebas an Sandoval, OFM
Mark Schroeder, OFM • John Summers, OFM
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