April 19, 2015 - Mary Star of the Sea Parish

Mary Star of the Sea Parish
Established 1889
870 W. 8th Street
San Pedro, CA 90731
Tel: (310) 833-3541
Fax: (310) 833-9254
[email protected]
www.marystar.org
3rd Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
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OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Thursday
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday - Saturday
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday Closed.
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday—Saturday
8:00 am and 5:15 pm
Sunday
7:30 am (English)
9:00 am (English)
10:30 am (Spanish)
12:00 pm (English)
1:30 pm (Croatian)
5:00 pm (Life Teen)
6:30 pm (Italian)
Holy Days of Obligation
5:15pm evening before
8:00 am
12:00 noon
5:15pm
MORNING PRAYER
Monday-Friday 7:45 am
EVENING PRAYER
Monday-Friday 5 pm
RECONCILIATION
(Confessions)
Thursday and Friday:
after 5:15pm Mass
Saturday: after 8 a.m.
Mass and 4—5 p.m.
PASTOR
Rev. Fr. M. Harrigan
NORBERTINE FATHERS
Serving our High School
(310) 521-1930
ASSOCIATE PASTORS
Padre Manuel Leon Bravo CROATIAN MINISTRY
Rev. Kaspar Reddy Udumala Rev. Ivan Gerovac
MARITIME MINISTRY
Rev. Freddie Chua
DEACON
William Garcia
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Pastor’s Corner
Dear Mary Star of the Sea Parishioners:
I am wishing you all a Blessed Easter Season. Our Lord rose from
the dead to save us and to conquer sin and death. Living in a
World where Human life in all it’s stages seems to threatened and
even cheap, we are reminded that Jesus lived, died, and rose for
each and every soul He has created. All human life is Sacred and
must be cherished. As we continue this hope-filled season let us
continue to defend and pray for the Sanctity and protection of all
Life created in the Image and Likeness of Almighty God. Below is
a beautiful story of Hope that I came accross recently.
Have a Blessed week.
Fr. Harrigan
Pastor
Man in vegetative state for 12 years wakes up to tell
remarkable story
FoxNews.com / Published February 6, 2015
When Martin Pistorius was 12-years-old, he came down with a
strange illness that caused him to lose his ability to walk, talk and
make eye contact, NPR.org reported.
Pistorius, of Harlow, England, appeared to be in a coma-like state,
and doctors scratched their heads over his condition. Their best
bet: crypotococcal meningitis. They told Rodney and Joan
Pistorius, his parents, who were living in South Africa at the time,
to take their son home because his time left was limited.
But, his mother said, “Martin just kept going, just kept going.”
Indeed, Pistorius kept going— insofar as his mind stayed active—
for 12 years. Although his parents thought he’d been akin to a
vegetable physically and mentally, Pistorius, now 39, says he
regained consciousness about two years after the condition
assaulted his body.
"Eight hours later, I'd pick him up, bathe him, feed him, put him in
bed, set my alarm for two hours so that I'd wake up to turn him so
that he didn't get bedsores," Rodney told NPR.
During those days, Martin Pistorius learned to numb his mind. His
thoughts were his only companion, and they weren’t kind to him.
“No one will ever show me tenderness,” he thought. “No one will
ever love me.”
Disengaging from his mind involved thinking of absolutely
nothing, he told NPR. "You simply exist. It's a very dark place to
find yourself because, in a sense, you are allowing yourself to
vanish."
But he couldn’t banish all of his thoughts. The popular TV show
“Barney,” for example, aired on loop in the special care center
where Pistorius’ father left him. "I cannot even express to you how
much I hated Barney," Martin told NPR.
Moving in and out of different care centers, Pistorius says that he
was subjected to various types of abuse, from verbal to physical to
even sexual from caretakers who were under the impression he was
unconscious and unaware of his surroundings.
Pistorius later learned to reframe thoughts regarding statements
like his mother’s. He realized that when she looked at him, she saw
a cruel parody of the once-healthy child he had been.
"For her, it was like her son died when he was 12," Pistorius told
Fox News.
Pistorius talked to Fox News about these years where he lived
trapped in his own body. He developed several coping mechanisms
to pass the time like watching the sun's shadows move across a
room or watching two insects and imagine them racing. Martin
lived in his imagination and would have conversations with
himself and the people in his head.
In sum, he still couldn’t speak or move, but he could think, he told
NPR.
He credits one of his caretakers, Virna van der Walt, for changing
his life when she began to notice signs of comprehension when
“Everyone was so used to me not being there that they didn't notice talking to him. "Having another person validate your existence is
when I began to be present again," he told NPR. "The stark reality incredibly important," Pistorius said about Virna's revelation. "In a
sense it makes you feel like you matter."
hit me that I was going to spend the rest of my life like that—
totally alone."
Virna convinced Pistorius' parents to send him for cognitive
testing, which proved that his mind was perfectly healthy. This
His mother, unaware of her son’s consciousness, didn’t think he
would be the catalyst he needed to regain control of his life.
could process anything she said.
One of the messages that Pistorius hopes people can take away
from his story is to "never underestimate the power of the mind"
and it was Pistorius' powerful mind that motivated him through
“I know that’s a horrible thing to say,” she told NPR. “I just
rigorous rehab, which improved his mobility and communication
wanted some sort of relief.”
skills greatly. He went from a man who depended completely on
The lives of the Pistorius family centered around caring for Martin. others to one who would graduate university, get a job and marry
NPR reported that Rodney Pistorius would wake up at 5 a.m. every the love of his life.
day to get his son dressed and take him to a special care center.
"I am truly happy now, life is worth living," Pistorius told Fox
News.
One day she recalls uttering to him, "I hope you die."
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April 19, 2015
Today’s Readings
First Reading—The author of life you put to death, but God
raised him from the dead (Acts 3:13-15, 17-19).
Psalm—Lord, let your face shine on us (Psalm 4).
Second Reading—We have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus
Christ the righteous one (1 John 2:1-5a).
Gospel—Thus it is written that the Christ would suffer and rise
from the dead on the third day (Luke 24:35-48).
TODAY is the Daughters of Isabella Spring Social
The Daughters of Isabella Our
Lady of Mystical Rose Circle
#1441 cordially invites all ladies
to a Spring Social after the 12
noon Mass on TODAY in the
auditorium. April 19th is the
birthday of our Patroness, Queen
Isabella of Spain whom we are
honoring. Meet us and see what
we're all about. Look through our
small boutique, take a chance with raffle tickets and enjoy light
refreshments.
Savoring the Experience
One of the wonderful things about vacations is the time we
spend two or three weeks afterward savoring the experience,
sharing vacation photos and memories with our family and
friends. This kind of reflection puts us back in touch with the
original experience and reminds us of the relaxation and wonder
the vacation afforded us. Today, on the Third Sunday of Easter,
the Church blesses us with reminders of what we celebrated two
Sundays ago. All three readings are reflections on the meaning
of the death and resurrection of Christ. One of the threads
running through these reflections is that the purpose of the
Lord’s suffering, death, and resurrection was to save us, to
forgive our sins. We are given fifty days to ponder this reality—
fifty days to savor the experience of Christ’s dying and rising for
us.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Readings for the Week
Monday:
Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30;
Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday: Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a,
17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a; Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20;
Jn 6:44-51
Friday:
Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 6:52-59
Saturday: 1 Pt 5:5b-14; Ps 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17;
Mk 16:15-20
Sunday: Acts 4:8-12; Ps 118:1, 8-9, 21-23, 26, 28, 29;
1 Jn 3:1-2; Jn 10:11-18
April 19, 2015
Prayers for the Sick
Please pray for all of the sick of our community , that they may
find healing and comfort in Christ, especially:
Lydia Faria
Paul Mardesich
Susana Sarkany
Raymond Trejo
Gilbert Trejo
Nancy Hall
Sonia Villamizar
Julio Arroyo
Mariza Valentic
Donna LeBlanc
Anibal Morales
Vince Kordich
Joe Cruz
Richard Anderson
Daniel Horeczko
Darby Torres
Paul Caruthers
Maureen Vittorio
Anthony Misetich
Sister Andrew Crean
Grant Garbers
Mary Amalfitano
Virginia Rivera
Debbie Nunez Rocha Joanna Valadez & Baby
Concepcion Salgado Jacqueline Velazquez
Mickey Villa
*Names stay on the sick list for 3 weeks, if you would like them
to continue please call the parish office to have the name added
again. Please notify us of any changes.
In Memoriam
In remembrance, let us pray for all who have gone before us to
rest in eternal life in heaven:
Braulio Guerrero
Florence Gonzales
Ronald Kaloper
Concetta Reiter
Jerry Bogdanovich
Ruza Marinkovich
Joseph Voss
Mary Star's bereavement support group meets Saturdays at
3:30 pm in the MGPC Round Room. For more information, call
Paula Mazzarino at (310) 547-2103
Prayer Intentions of the Holy Father
UNIVERSAL: Creation: That people may learn to respect
creation and care for it as a gift from God.
EVANGELIZATION: Persecuted Christians: That persecuted
Christians may feel the consoling presence of the Risen Lord and
the solidarity of all the Church.
Quotes of the Week
NATURE’S LESSONS:
“Believe one who has tried, you shall find a fuller satisfaction in
the woods than in books. The trees and the rocks will teach you
that which you cannot hear from the masters.”
-St. Bernard of Clairvaux
MARTYRDOM:
“It is not the suffering but the cause that makes the martyr.”
-English Proverb
Divine Mercy Chaplet
The Divine Mercy Chaplet will continue to be
prayed on every third (3rd) Tuesday of the month
after the 5:15 Mass .
Veneration of the relic of St. Faustina following
the Chaplet.
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NEWS & EVENTS
Memorial Brick Campaign
Pave the way to continued success at MSSE. Buy a memorial
brick to honor a graduate, beloved family member or fellow
parishioner. All Proceeds will be used to enrich the academic
programs and improve the physical plant at MSSE. Be part of
the 100 year celebration. Leave your legacy today. Go online
to place your order now at: www.marystarbrick.com. Please call
the school office at (310) 831-0875 for more information!
MSSE 14-15: Annual Elementary School Appeal
In 2014 MSSE celebrates 100
years. We celebrate the past and
look to the future.
Your generosity funds:
School Capital
Improvement Program /
Wish List
Primary Computer Lab
Renovate Student
Restrooms
Upgrade Water Fountains
New School Website
Envelopes are in the pews and
thank you for your gift!
[email protected]
(310) 519-8661
Store Hours:
Wed. 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sun. 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Announcements:
First Communion and
Confirmation items
available.
We honor Mary Star of the Sea Elementary
& High School Scrip!
Together in Mission
100 YEARS…..$100,000.00
Madonna Dell’Arco Feast Day
On TODAY at the 6:30 P.M. Italian
Mass, there will be a celebration of
the feast of the Madonna dell’Arco.
The Italian community has been long
devoted to the Madonna dell’Arco.
The name of the Madonna dell’Arco
originates from an area where there
were many aqueduct with arches
(arco) and columns built during the
Roman Empire. On one of these columns a devoted artist painted
the image of the Blessed Virgin and Child. Many centuries later,
youths were playing bocce ball near the shrine. After a clumsy
throw, the ball of one of the players hit a tree that shaded the
sacred shrine. The youth, blinded by anger, retrieved the ball and
threw it against the image of Our Lady, hitting her the right
cheek. To the shock of all those present, the cheek was seen to
bleed, as if it were of real flesh. The original image is in the
Sanctuary in Naples, Italy. Many miracles were recorded since
then and in March 1675 for about a month, the image of Our
Lady was seen surrounded by stars, while the right cheek
appeared red with blood. A picture of the image of the Madonna
dell’Arco was dedicated on January 27, 2013 at Mary Star by the
Italian Catholic Federation and was placed in the Shrine of Saint
John Joseph of the Cross. Please join us to celebrate the Feast
Day of Our Lady of the Arch. Bring flowers from your garden to
place them at the image.
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Stella Maris
Catholic Books & Gift Store
Goal:
$84,000.00
Amount pledged:
$49,000.00
Spaghetti & Meatball Dinner
Please join us for a Spaghetti and
Meatball Dinner on Sunday, April 26,
2015 in honor of St. Restituta. Join us for
Mass at 12:00 p.m. and witness the
Blessing of the St. Restituta altar.
Dinner will follow in the Parish
Auditorium after the Mass. Dinner will
be prepared by CARLO BORRELLI.
Donations: Adults, $20, Children, $7.
For reservations, please contact: Anna
Bennucci (310) 833-1769 / Neal Di Leva
(310) 433-1044 / Libby Cigliano (310)
832-4479.
April 19, 2015
Did You Know? / ¿Sabia Usted?
Administrative Handbook for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles:
For the first time, the Archdiocese has a Handbook that integrates a
wide range of pre-existing resources, guides, manuals and other
publications to offer a single comprehensive source of information
on archdiocesan administrative policies and procedures. This new
resource also includes Chapter 9, a special section which provides
detailed information about all of the Safe Environment policies,
procedures, programs, forms and other resources utilized by the
archdiocese of the protection of our children and young people.
Manual administrativo para la Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles
La Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles proveerá por primera vez un
manual que reúne una amplia gama de recursos preexistentes, guías
manuales y otras publicaciones para ofrecer una fuente completa de
información sobre las políticas administrativas y procedimientos de
la Arquidiócesis. Este nuevo recurso también incluye el capítulo 9,
una sección especial que proporciona información detallada acerca
de las políticas de la iniciativa, Safe Environment, los programas,
procedimientos, formularios y otros recursos utilizados por la
Arquidiócesis, para la protección de nuestros niños y jóvenes. Para
más información, por favor visite: http://handbook.laarchdiocese.org/chapter-9/section-9-1.
Parish center will be off limits for all events on April 25,
2015 ALL DAY due to fumigation. All events scheduled for
this day will be cancelled.
I.C.F. Laughlin Trip
The Italian Catholic Federation Branch #115 is
having a 2 nights 3 days trip to Laughlin,
Nevada at the Aquarius Hotel and Casino on
April 20-22, 2015. Price $120.00 per person
double occupancy and $155.00 single
occupancy. I.C.F. members will receive $5.00 discount. Please
call Pauline Iacono for reservations at 310-832-0563.
Pechanga Bus Trip
Help support MSSE & PRESCHOOL
Saturday, May 9th
Bus leaves @ 8:00 a.m. sharp & returns
approximately 5:30 p.m. 6 hours of gambling
(instead of the usual 5) Cost: $25.00
person (snack for ride over) Pick-up will be at Mary Star High
School 2500 N. Taper Avenue For more information call: Gina
Ponce De Leon @ (310) 989-9427
Save the Date: 2015 Parish Fiesta
May Crowning
Save the date for the Mary Star of the
Sea Parish Fiesta 2015!
Friday, July 17th: 5 pm to Midnight
Saturday, July 18th: 12 noon to Midnight
Sunday, July 19th: 12 noon to Midnight
Crowning of the 2015 Fiesta Queen will be
on Sunday, July 19th at 7:30 pm.
Family fun, carnival rides, home-made food, beverages, $20,000
cash raffle, vacation trips, games of chance. Free parking, Free
admission.
Watch out for planning meetings in upcoming bulletins or call
the Parish Office for more information at (310) 833-3541 X 203.
Saturday, May 9th at 4:30 pm Rosary will
begin at the Grotto (Five Glorious Mysteries)
with a procession and hymns to the church.
Mass will be at 5:15 pm and crowning of our
lady.
Ethnic Ministries: Please remember to bring
your banners and finger food items for the
reception (bring later to Parish Canter before
rosary - thank you)
Be sure to remind families and friends to attend; bring flowers to
place at the foot of our Lady's statue after the "Rite of Crowning"
Refreshments to be served in the Parish Center after Mass. We'll
see you there!
Fiesta Queen Contest
Looking for a summer job opportunity
while making lasting friendships? Then
why not run for the Mary Star of the Sea
Fiesta Queen 2015?!?
We invite high school age ladies who are parishioners of Mary
Star of the Sea and attend one of our local harbor high schools to
participate in our 2015 Mary Star of the Sea Fiesta Queen
Contest. If you are interested, please call the parish office, (310)
833-3541 X 200 and leave a message with your contact
information with Michelle Downes.
A Message from our Adoration Coordinator
ALL HOURS FILLED! My gratitude to everyone for their
willingness and devotion. It IS a blessing for our Parish to have
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration. “The Eucharist, the Christian’s
treasure, has delight on Earth. Since Jesus is in the Eucharist,
his whole life ought to be drawn like a magnet to its center.” I
do have need of subs from time to time, so please keep this in
mind.. Please come join us. Visit Him often. Thank you. I can
be reached at 310/548-1693 - Barbara West / Coordinator
April 19, 2015
Looking for Client Advocates & Volunteers
The Pregnancy Help Center in Torrance is looking for Client
Advocates (lay counselors) and Nurse Volunteers. We will be
having volunteer training coming up on April 25. If you are
interested and would like more information, contact Mary
at (310) 320-8976 or [email protected]
Spiritual Exercises
DO YOU FEEL AN INTERIOR CALL TO GROW IN
HOLINESS? These classes, offered at St. Peter Chanel in
Hawaiian Gardens and given over a 10-Week period, will greatly
intensify your spiritual life and your desire to go to Heaven. Come
and learn the real purpose of your life, and how to achieve it
through self-knowledge, self-discipline, deep prayer, and
discernment of spirits. You’ll see miracles happen in your life!
There is no charge for the program and all materials are provided.
Donations are accepted. Each meeting lasts 2-2.5 hours. To register
online, go to www.spcomv.com. For more information, please
contact Fr. Ed Broom, OMV at St. Peter Chanel, Mary Martorana
at [email protected] or Veronica Ayson at (562) 9247591.
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FAITH FORMATION
Jesus is Risen, alleluia!
Christ is truly risen, alleluia!!
First Communion Date:
Saturday May 2 - 9:00 am & 12
Noon
Sunday, May 3 - 10:30 am Mass/Spanish
Practice Schedule for First Communion
NEWS:
Confirmation Registration is still OPEN!!
Please register ASAP! Registration Forms
are available in the back of the church.
Turn them into the main Rectory Office
or the Youth Ministry office.
All 1st year Confirmation Candidates need to re-register
More information is available at marystar.org
God’s Word Today
The Easter season is a time of mystagogy. Mystagogy is an
ancient word that simply means “unfolding the mysteries.”
During the Easter season, the Church unfolds the mysteries of
Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection so that the newly
baptized, along with the entire community of believers, can grasp
more fully the meaning of the paschal mystery. Today’s
scriptures offer a lesson in mystagogy for us all. Jesus’ place in
salvation history is recounted by Saint Peter in the first reading
and interpreted by Jesus himself in the Gospel passage. Like
students who sit at the feet of their master, let us gather around
the table of God’s word, asking God to open our hearts and minds
to a renewed sense of the meaning of the paschal mystery in our
lives.
From Saint Margaret Sunday Missal, copyright © J. S. Paluch Company
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1st Communion
Date
Practice Date
Place
Time
9:00 am Mass
Saturday, May 2
Tuesday,
April 28th
Church
7 pm
12:00 Noon Mass
Saturday, May 2
Thursday,
April 30th
Church
7 pm
10:30am Spanish
Sunday, May 3
Thursday,
April 30th
Church
8 pm
CRS Rice Bowls: Please return the Rice Bowls with your
offerings as soon as possible.
Recycling: We continue to do our little bit to save the earth
by recycling and teaching the children the importance of
doing so.
If you need further information on any of the above programs
please call Sister Mary or Carmen at 310-833-3641 ext. 221,
222 or email: [email protected]
BAPTISMS
We welcome infants and young children to the
Sacrament of Baptism. Visit the parish office for a
Baptism Information package and to schedule an
appointment.
We ask parents, when coming to register for infant
Baptism, to please bring the baby’s birth certificate.
Please check our website for necessary information to be
brought to the interview for scheduling a Baptism.
April 19, 2015
OUR SCHOOLS
Mary Star High School News
MSHS News:
Mary Star Elementary School News
Dear Mary Star Parishioners,
Is your child attending Prom this
Friday, April 24th? If so, there is a
mandatory meeting for Parents
of Students attending Prom
scheduled for Monday, April 20th
at 7 p.m. in the Gym.
Thursday, April 23rd follows a Mass Schedule and all
students should wear the Required Uniform that day.
Why Choose Catholic Education?
98% of Catholic High School Graduates go on to a 4
year college. (Compared to 48% to 55% of LAUSD)
Catholic School graduates are more active in their
faith.
Catholic School graduates are more active in
elections and vote in greater numbers.
Catholic Schools give foundation and the drive to
achieve.
Catholic School educates both the mind and the soul!
The effort to support our largest fundraiser of the year
is in the final stretch! A Night of a Thousand Stars
takes place on Saturday, May 2nd and raises money to
benefit our academic, athletic and tuition assistance
programs.
PURCHASE OPPORTUNITY TICKETS!
Ticket prices are: $10 each / 3 for $20 / 10 for
$50. Each student is required to purchase or
sell at least one sheet of tickets (10 tickets).
Parents will be billed for any unsold tickets at
the end of the school year so please sell your
Opportunity Tickets!
Donations to Mary Star of the Sea High School can be
made also through Memorial Pledges in lieu of
flowers. Pay tribute to someone special and their
living faith in God with a donation to Mary Star of the
Sea High School. Donations can be made online at
www.marystarhigh.com or via envelopes can be found
by the entrances of the Church.
The Dollar-a-Day "Phone-A-Thon" is back! Please
support this important endeavor to raise funds for the
school. We heartily thank those who have participated
in the past and hope more will join us this year.
Students will meet each Wednesday night at 6:30
p.m. in the faculty room to make phone calls asking
potential donors to contribute to our "Dollar-A-Day"
Development Drive. Parents interested in providing
assistance can contact the Development Office: 310833-3861 or [email protected] Thank
you!
Upcoming Events:
Monday, April 27th is a Spirit Shirt Day!
April 19, 2015
CALL FOR YOUR PERSONAL TOUR:
310.831.0875
Visit the Classrooms
Experience our Preschool
See technology in action
Pick up an enrollment package
God Bless You,
Noreen Maricich
Principal
Mary Star of the Sea Preschool
Registration is now OPEN for the 20152016 school year for 3-5year olds who are
fully potty trained. Our preschool program
is year round, part time and full time.
Come on over and take a tour! No appointments necessary!
We have a safe environment with qualified, caring teachers
who instruct faith development and age appropriate hands-on
activities in Creative Art, Kindergarten Readiness, Math
Concepts, Science Exploration, Multicultural Exposure, Music/
Movement Activities, Dramatic Play, Outdoor Activities and
Character Development.
For more information about our preschool program please call
(310) 833-3541 ext. 228 and ask for Beth Castagnola, Director,
email at [email protected] or visit
www.MaryStarElementary.com/page.php?p=46
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Saturday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Sunday,
7:30 a.m.—
9:00 a.m.—
10:30 a.m.—
12:00 p.m.—
1:30 p.m.—
5:00 p.m.—
6:30 p.m.—
Monday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Tuesday,
8:00 a.m.—
April 18, 2015 Saturday,
April 18, 2015
8:00 a.m.—San Pietro Dinner Dance Setup—AUD
Luigi, Carmela & Frank Colonna by Family †
Angelina & Silvio Burin by Zemira, Bob & family † 9:00 a.m.—Family of Nazareth—MGPC Chapel
9:45 a.m.—Religious Ed. Pre-k-6th Gr.—MSB 112-218
April 19, 2015 3:30 p.m.—Bereavement Support Group—MGPC Round Room
Davorin Jurak by Maryann Zovak †
For All Parishioners of Mary Star
Benito Padilla Romero by wife & family †
Angelina & Nich Grieco
by granddaughter Jilene Rackemann †
Lovre, Ana, Ivan & Bozidar Blazevic
by Blazevic Families †
Aniello & Jossphine Messano by son & family †
Italian Catholic Federation in honor of:
Madonna Dell’Arco
April 20, 2015
5:15 p.m.—English Baptism—Church
7:00 p.m.—Spanish Prayer Group—MSB 111, 215
Sunday,
April 19, 2015
1:00 p.m.—Daughters of Isabella Spring Tea Fundraiser—AUD
1:00 p.m.—Filipino Group Meeting—MGPC Long Room
3:00 p.m.—English Baptism Class—MSB 111
3:00 p.m.—Spanish Baptism—Church
Monday,
April 20, 2015
5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
6:30 p.m.—Croatian Choir Rehearsal—Church
Anka & David Pavlakovic
by Nikola & Cvjetka Galesic †
Ljubo & Beoa Fizulic
by Mario & Anka Fizulich & Family †
Tuesday,
April 21, 2015
5:15 p.m.—Divine Mercy Chaplet—Church
5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
6:30 p.m.—St. Vincent de Paul Mtg.—MGPC Long Room
7:00 p.m.—Guadalupanos Rosary—MSB 111
April 21, 2015 7:00 p.m.—Knights of Columbus Officers Meeting—K of C
7:30 p.m.—Prayer Group—MGPC Chapel
5:15 p.m.—
Barbara A. Robinson
by son & daughter in-law, Brian & Edita †
Jerko Ursic by wife, Dobrila Ursic & Family †
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Giovanna & Antonio Di Bernardo by Nancy †
Cassandra Rodriguez by Mary “Gimenez” Caulder †
Wednesday,
April 22, 2015
4:15 p.m.—Religious Ed. Class K-6th Gr.—MSB 112-218
Wednesday,
April 22, 2015 5:30 p.m.—Religious Ed. Class 7th & 8th Grades—MSB 112-218
5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
8:00 a.m.— Toma, Kristina & Branimir Matulic
6:00 p.m.—Cub Scouts—MSB 213-218
by Ruza & Family †
6:00 p.m.—Holy Hour—Church
5:15 p.m.— Salvador & Consuelo Romo by Christina Kuis †
7:00 p.m.—Fiesta Food Booth & Auditorium Grp. Leaders
Meeting—Round Room
Thursday,
April 23, 2015 7:00 p.m.—Hispanic Group Practice—MSB 111
Friday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Saturday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Sunday,
7:30 a.m.—
9:00 a.m.—
10:30 a.m.—
12:00 p.m.—
1:30 p.m.—
5:00 p.m.—
6:30 p.m.—
Thursday,
April 23, 2015
9:00 a.m.—Bible Study—MGPC Round Room
April 24, 2015 5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
Bohdan Horeczko by Carolyn Horeczko †
7:00 p.m.—Hispanic Group Enrichment/Growth—MSB 215
Robert Di June by wife, Kathleen Di June †
7:00 p.m.—MSSE 1st Communion Practice—Church
7:00 p.m.—RCIA Session—K of C
April 25, 2015
Friday,
April 24, 2015
3:00 p.m.—Club Trappeto General Meeting—AUD
5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
6:00 p.m.—Authentic Croatian Cuisine—MGPC Kitchen
April 26, 2015 7:00 p.m.—Croatian Language School—MSB 216-218
7:00 p.m.—Croatian Rosary—MGPC Chapel
7:00 p.m.—Prayer Group Mass—Church
Luigi, Carmela, & Frank Colonna by Family †
Dinko & Krsko Skific by sister, Olga & Family †
Davorin Jurak by Anna Yajski †
For All Parishioners of Mary Star
Galo Delgado by Palacios Family
Donald A. Kusar, Sr.
by wife, Lucretia Kusar & Family †
Marijan Uglesic by Joska Duzich & Family †
Marijan Ciklic by Katia Bjazevic †
Mariano & Vinceza Ingrande by Children †
Saturday,
April 25, 2015
9:00 a.m.—Family of Nazareth—MGPC Chapel
9:00 a.m.—MSSE 1st Communion—Church
9:45 a.m.—Religious Ed. Pre-k-6th Gr.—MSB 112-218
12:00 p.m.—NO Baptism—Church
1:30 p.m.—Baptism—Church
3:30 p.m.—Bereavement Support Group—MGPC Round Room
†=deceased 7:00 p.m.—Spanish Prayer Group—MSB 111, 215
Sunday,
April 26, 2015
12:00 p.m.—St. Restituta Mass & Reception—Church / AUD
7:30 p.m.—ICF Officers Meeting—MGPC Long Room
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April 19, 2015
Parish Office: (310) 833-3541
Fax: (310) 833-9254
[email protected]
Business Administrator: Josephine Frka Ext: 205
Parish Secretary: Maria C. Palacios Ext. 201
Bulletin Editor: Vanessa A. Romo Ext: 203
Bulletin Deadline: Saturday by 3 pm to [email protected]
Adult Initiation
Sister Mary (310) 833-3541
Email: [email protected]
Christian Care
Richard and Pat Hildebrandt
(310) 548-1645
853 W. 7th St., San Pedro
Maritime Ministry
Fr. Freddie Chua
Ext. 208
Mary Star of the Sea Elementary
717 S. Cabrillo Ave.
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 831-0875
Website: www.marystarelementary.com
Principal: Noreen Maricich
Youth Ministry & Confirmation
George Vasquez Ext: 220
Email: [email protected]
Bereavement Support Group
Paula Mazzarino
310-547-2103
Bible Study (evenings)
Deacon Garcia
310-831-9839
Bible Study (mornings)
Holly Oldenburg
310-547-3507
Gene Terrazas
310-548-0255
Croatian Catholic Family Guild
Mario Juravich
310-547-3870
Croatian Choir
Margarida Bracco
310-833-6633
Daughters of Isabella
Tina Giles
(310) 519-7786
Divine Mercy Group
Madelyn Walker
Virginia Pagan
310-872-8129
Environment
Lu Barbieri
310-833-3541
Families of Nazareth
Holly Oldenburg
310-547-3507
April 19, 2015
Mary Star of the Sea High School
2500 N. Taper Ave
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 547-1138
Website: www.marystarhigh.com
Principal: Rita Dever
Mary Star of the Sea High School Development Office
(310) 833-3861
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Music Ministry
Jelil Romano Ext: 224
Religious Education
Sr. Mary Glynn , Carmen Garske Ext: 222
Email: [email protected]
Sacristan & Altar Servers
Nick Vilicich Ext: 225
St. Vincent de Paul
Celia Bremer Ext: 223
Vocation Discernment
Website: www.LAVocations.org
Fr. Manuel L. Bravo (310) 833-3541
Email: [email protected]
Fiesta Committee
Neal DiBernardo
310-833-3541 ext. 203
[email protected]
Filipino Community
Danny Vinluan Eslava
424-210-4450
Guadalupanos
Maricela Delgado
424-263-1358
Grupo de Oracion
Amadeo Escobar
323-841-4497
Hispanic Group
Jorge Malca
424-224-0071
Hospitality/Mary & Martha
Josephine Frka
310-833-3541
Homebound Eucharistic Ministries
Sister Ena Maguire, SJC
310-834-5431
Italian Catholic Federation Branch #115
Neal DiLeva
310-833-9444
Jr. Altar Society
Michelle Downes
Vanessa Romo
310-833-3541
Knights of Columbus
Nick Vilicich
310-833-4537
KofC1740.org
Lectors—Ministry of the Word
Bob Costales
310-570-5743
Perpetual Adoration
Barbara West
310-548-1693
Prayer Group
Edna Gonzalez
310-548-5053
Respect Life
Katie Clark
310-514-1493
St. Anne Altar Society
Delight Hernandez
310-831-6214
St. Joseph Table
Josephine Accetta
310-519-0289
San Pietro Society
Grace Ciolino
310-548-8447
Club Trappetto
Sal Cracchiolo
310-548-1228
Velike Gospe Society
Dorothy Bonacich
310-521-8606
Virtus
Nick Vilicich
310-833-3541 ext. 225
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