April 26, 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
4th Sunday of Easter
April 26, 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
ASSOCIATE PASTORS
Padre Manuel Leon Bravo
NORBERTINE FATHERS
Serving our High School
(310) 521-1930
Rev. Kaspar Reddy Udumala
CROATIAN MINISTRY
Rev. Ivan Gerovac
MARITIME MINISTRY
Rev. Freddie Chua
DEACON
William Garcia
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Pastor’s Corner
“Memorandum
San Pedro Pastoral Region
To: Clergy, Religious, Principals and Religious
Education Directors
From: Bishop Oscar A. Solis
Date: April 20, 2015
What: Easter Message
Easter Greetings to everyone! We continue our
spiritual journey and ministry during the Easter
Season mindful of the blessings the Risen Christ
brings to us- renewed faith, hope and joy. The spirit
of joy emanates from the compassion and mercy of
God made manifest in Christ's suffering, death and
resurrection. Pope Francis puts emphasis on this by
declaring a Jubilee Year of Mercy so that the
Church may offer more evident signs of God's
presence and closeness and to rediscover the
meaning of the mission entrusted to her by the Lord
on the day of Easter: to be a sign and an instrument of
the Father's mercy.
The Motto is: "Merciful as the Father." with a strong
call fur works of corporal and spiritual mercy in
order to reawaken our conscience that has grown
indifferent to the poverty around and to enter more
deeply into the heart of the Gospel where the poor
have a special experience of God's mercy. Our
Holy Father encourages us to open our hearts to
God who never tires of extending mercy and ever
patient in offering compassion, pardon and comfort
to everyone and share his love with us. He wishes
that the Jubilee of Mercy may help us carry out in
our daily lives the mercy which the Father
constantly extends to all of us.
Finally, we continue to celebrate the Year of
Consecrated Life as declared by Pope Francis in
order to honor the women and men who fulfill their
baptismal vocation by formally consecrating their
lives to service, prayer and care for others. Our
brothers and sisters living consecrated lives make
great contributions to our society through a vast
number of ministries: teach in our schools; take care
of the poor and the sick; bring compassion and the
love of Christ to those ignored by society; others
lead lives of prayer in contemplation for the world.
This is a great time to thank them for their faithful
service to God and to the Church as well as to
emphasize the importance of the religious vocation.
So please take note of the coming celebrations in
our pastoral region in their honor.
Pope Francis issued the Papal Bull "Misericordiae
Vultus" convoking the Extraordinary Jubilee of
Mercy which coincides with the 50th anniversary
of the closing of the Vatican H Ecumenical
Council. The Year of Divine Mercy begins on
December 8'\ the Feast of the Immaculate
Conception and concludes on the Solemnity of
Christ the King on 20 November 2016. The Holy
Blessings to all!”
Father envisions tl1ias a year of blessing where we
can experience the warmth of God's love m:d tender
mercy. Transformed by His mercy, we are called to
be witnesses of God's grace, instruments of His
mercy to bring healing, forgiveness and reconciliation
to everyone.
A special feature of this Jubilee Year is that it will
be celebrated not only in Rome but also in all the
other dioceses of the world. Pope Francis continues
the teaching of St. John XXUI, who spoke of the
"medicine of Mercy", and of Paul VI who identified
the spirituality of Vatican U with that of the
Samaritan.
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Today’s Readings
First Reading — There is no salvation through anyone
else (Acts 4:8-12).
Psalm — The stone rejected by the builders has become
the cornerstone (Psalm 118).
Second Reading — See what love the Father has
bestowed on us that we may be called the children of God
(1 John 3:1-2).
Gospel — The good shepherd lays down his life for the
sheep (John 10:11-18).
Treasures from Tradition
Many of our customs surrounding
critical illness come from antiquity, and
yet attitudes have certainly changed.
Death was an all too-familiar presence
then, and people tended to see it as a
natural and unavoidable part of life, not
a personal catastrophe. People tried to review their lives,
settle their affairs, say farewell to their dear ones, and
welcome the deathbed vigils and prayers that assured them
of God’s love and forgiveness. What people most feared
was sudden death. It was dreaded and never discussed.
The faithful filled the catacombs with consoling
images of the good shepherd carrying the sheep to safe
pasture, or the faithful in glory seated at banquet tables.
The prayer texts from the time are consoling and positive,
and many inspired our modern prayers. The care of the
dying flowed directly from Roman pagan practice; it was
home based and family centered. Pagans didn’t
especially fear death, but they were terrified by the dead.
Christians, on the other hand, consoled their sick with
psalms of joy and faith in the Resurrection. The goal was
to assure the sick person of God’s love, and that the ties
that bind the dead and the living would endure.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Readings for the Week
Monday: Acts 11:1-18; Ps 42:2-3; 43:3, 4; Jn 10:1-10
Tuesday: Acts 11:19-26; Ps 87:1b-7; Jn 10:22-30
Wednesday: Acts 12:24 — 13:5a; Ps 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8;
Jn 12:44-50
Thursday: Acts 13:13-25: Ps 89:2-3, 21-22, 25, 27;
Jn 13:16-20
Friday:
Acts 13:26-33; Ps 2:6-11ab; Jn 14:1-6
or (for the memorial) Gn 1:26 — 2:3 or
Col 3:14-15, 17, 23-24; Ps 90:2-4, 12-14,
16; Mt 13:54-58
Saturday: Acts 13:44-52; Ps 98:1-4; Jn 14:7-14
Sunday:
Acts 9:26-31; Ps 22:26-28, 30-32;
April 26, 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
ON WEALTH
“Nothing is more fallacious than wealth. It is a hostile comrade, a
—St. John Chrysostom
domestic enemy.”
THE GLORY OF GOD
“The glory of God is humanity fully alive.”
—St. Irenaeus
Eucharistic Holy Hour
The only time our Lord asked the Apostles for
anything was the night He went into agony. Not for
activity did He plead but for an Hour of
companionship. Every Wednesday there is a Holy
Hour in the church from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
Within the hour there is a rosary with beautiful
reflections, the chaplet of Divine Mercy, and time
for silent adoration and Benediction. Please come and spend one
hour with Jesus. This is a time of abundant blessings for all!
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 Renovate Student
years. We celebrate the past and
Restrooms
look to the future.
Upgrade Water Fountains
New School Website
Your generosity funds:
Envelopes are in the pews and
School Capital
thank you for your gift!
Improvement Program /
Wish List
100 YEARS…..$100,000.00
Primary Computer Lab
Attention Eucharistic Ministers
Our annual training and retreat will be on
Saturday June 6,. 2015. Be sure to mark
this date in your calendar. It is very
important that you attend. All lectors and
liturgical ministers are also invited to
attend. If you want to be a Eucharistic
minister contact Robert Hohman Jr. at 310-935-9318 before the
retreat, a formation program and answer to your questions will
be addressed. Program will run from 9:00 am. to 3:00 pm. with
breaks for refreshments.
Charity Breakfast
Stella Maris
Catholic Books & Gift Store
[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
Goal:
$84,000.00
Amount pledged:
$49,000.00
Spaghetti & Meatball Dinner
Charity Breakfast at Marymount California
University (30800 Palos Verdes Dr E
Rancho Palos Verdes).
Sunday, May 3rd 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Please join us for a Spaghetti and Meatball
Dinner TODAY in honor of St. Restituta.
Join us for Mass at 12:00 p.m. and witness
the Blessing of the St. Restituta altar.
All proceeds go to United World Schools an
organization that teaches the unreached.
Dinner will follow in the Parish
Auditorium after the Mass. Dinner will be
prepared by CARLO BORRELLI.
Donations: Adults, $20, Children, $7.
$10.00 a ticket. Bring friends and family! Fun for all! Enjoy the
beautiful MCU campus in the Palos Verdes Hills, next to the
Pacific Ocean! E-mail [email protected] with
questions.
For reservations, please contact: Anna
Bennucci (310) 833-1769 / Neal Di Leva
(310) 433-1044 / Libby Cigliano (310)
832-4479.
“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen
you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
Isaiah 41:10
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Did You Know? / ¿Sabia Usted?
Job Opportunity
The Continuing Commitment to Protect Children and
Young People: As part of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
continuing commitment to protect children and young people,
this past year, the Office of Safeguard the Children trained
30,514 adults and 166,850 children in the VIRTUS® Child
Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs. In addition the
Fingerprinting Department completed background checks on
approximately 10,000 new clergy, employees and volunteers.
For information about the VIRTUS® Programs contact:
[email protected] or go to www.virtus.org.
El Continuo Compromiso de Proteger a los Niños y Jóvenes:
Como parte del compromiso de la Arquidiócesis de
Los Angeles para proteger a los niños y jóvenes, el año pasado,
la Oficina de Protección a Menores entrenó a 30.514 adultos y
166.850 niños en los programas de prevención de abuso sexual
VIRTUS ®. Además, el Departamento de Toma de Huellas
Dactilares verifico los antecedentes de aproximadamente
10.000 nuevos miembros del clérigo, empleados y voluntarios.
Para obtener más información sobre los programas de VIRTUS
® contacte a: [email protected] o
visite www.virtus.org.
Construction company looking for money/career motivated
people: Remodel USA specializes in providing customers with
energy efficient home-improvement products. We are seeking
outgoing individuals (who like to work outdoors) to talk with our
customer’s neighbors for the purpose of generating interest in our
company’s services. For those individuals looking for a career,
we offer the opportunity to double your income potential within
the first year.
To schedule an interview, call Jordan at 310-222-8662
Save the Date: 2015 Parish Fiesta
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
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 Client Advocates & Volunteers
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 26, 2015
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
The Good Shepherd
This Fourth Sunday of Easter is traditionally referred to as
“Good Shepherd Sunday.” Today we listen to the words of the
Lord as he refers to himself as the “good shepherd who lays
down his life for the sheep.” It is sometimes so difficult for us
to grasp the reality that anyone would lay down his or her own
life for the sake of someone else. This is especially true in a
society that places high value on power and personal
advancement, often at the cost of “trampling” on other people
in order to climb the ladder. Today’s scriptures point to the
one we are called to emulate—the one who lays down his life
for his sheep. Today’s scriptures challenge us to discover
ways to bring life to those around us—to build up rather than
to tear down.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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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
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 26, 2015
OUR SCHOOLS
Mary Star High School News
MSHS News:
Spring Blood Drive - Donate in the name of Chris Joya:
Sophomore Chris Joya has been battling brain cancer since the
school year began. To honor his family and his fight with cancer,
we are asking our Mary Star community to donate blood in his
name. The spring blood drive is scheduled for Tuesday, April
28th in the gym between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Parishioners and
parents can sign-up through the main office by calling 310-5471138. Students can sign-up in Homeroom or with a Junior Class
Officer. Students who are 16 years old must have a parent
signature to donate. Students 17 or older may donate without
parental consent. Also, if we match the 50 pints of blood our Fall
Blood Drive collected, the high school will earn a $500
scholarship for a graduating senior.
Congratulations to Principal Rita Dever! Ms. Dever was
recognized by Assembly member Patrick O’Donnell (D-Long
Beach) as one of his 2015 70th District Women of Distinction.
The assembly member selected women who “go above and
beyond for their community.” Women from across the 70th
District were nominated by colleagues in five categories: Arts,
Business, Community Service, Education and Health Services.
Thank you, Ms. Dever for all you do for our school!
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. Please contact the main
office.
 PURCHASE GALA TICKETS! Ticket prices are $175
per person for dinner, dancing and access to silent and live
auctions.
 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: 310-833-3861 or
[email protected]
Upcoming Events:

Monday, April 27th is a Spirit Shirt Day!
April 26, 2015
Mary Star Elementary School News
Dear Mary Star Parishioners,
Congratulations to our 2nd Grade Class who
received their First Holy Communion
yesterday. They have been preparing for 2
years to receive the Holy Eucharist and the
excitement and anticipation at school this
week was tangible! This marks an
important step in their faith journey; thank you for your
prayers.
Congratulation to Mary Star Elementary students Jamaal
Walker and Jeremy Blackwell who received their sacraments
at the Easter Vigil Mass!
This week we highlight our Schoolwide Learning Expectation:
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
The Kindergarten Class is celebrating Earth Day all week
with stories, art, reading and writing assignments.
The 8th grade class has been practicing converting
Standard American Measurement into metric units.
1st grade is completing a unit on Poetry and Prose. This
week they practiced writing poems of their own in a
variety of formats.
4th grade is converting fractions to decimals and relating it
to using money in the world outside of the classroom.
7th grade has been working on the skills needed to write a
strong persuasive argument in an opinion paper.
Registration is open for the 2015-2016 School Year
Visit Preschool through 8th Grade
Call for your personal tour 310.831.0875
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.—
April 25, 2015 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
April 26, 2015 12:00 p.m.—NO Baptism—Church
1:30 p.m.—Baptism—Church
3:30 p.m.—Bereavement Support Group—MGPC Round Room
7:00 p.m.—Spanish Prayer Group—MSB 111, 215
Luigi, Carmela, & Frank Colonna by Family †
Dinko & Krsko Skific by sister, Olga & Family †
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.—
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 †
Monday,
April 27, 2015
5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
April 27, 2015 6:30 p.m.—Croatian Choir Rehearsal—Church
Monday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Tuesday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Sunday,
April 26, 2015
12:00 p.m.—St. Restituta Mass & Reception—Church / AUD
7:30 p.m.—ICF Officers Meeting—MGPC Long Room
Toribio Abarro Trevias by husband and father,
Kenneth B. Trevias (son) †
Giuseppe & Niccolina Briguglio by Frank Briguglio
& Sarah Galetti †
Tuesday,
April 28, 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
April 28, 2015 7:00 p.m.—Guadalupanos Rosary—MSB 111
Pham & Aroza Garkovich by nieces †
7:00 p.m.—Knights of Columbus Officers Meeting—K of C
Mate & Bozica Fizulic by son, Mario & Anka &
7:30 p.m.—Prayer Group—MGPC Chapel
Family †
Wednesday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
His Immanency Di Fimon Cardinal Lourdusany by
Dorothy Bonocich †
Bonnie Popper by Patricia Fadden †
Thursday,
8:00 a.m.—
5:15 p.m.—
Friday,
8:00 a.m.—
April 29, 2015
April 29, 2015 4:15 p.m.—Religious Ed. Class K-6th Gr.—MSB 112-218
Wednesday,
April 30, 2015
5:30
5:45
6:00
6:00
7:00
p.m.—Religious Ed. Class 7th & 8th Grades—MSB 112-218
p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
p.m.—Cub Scouts—MSB 213-218
p.m.—Holy Hour—Church
p.m.—Hispanic Group Practice—MSB 111
Penphal Bapiancila by Irma Camarillo (Birthday)
Nada Skific by Maya & Zvonko Ilic †
Thursday,
April 30, 2015
9:00 a.m.—Bible Study—MGPC Round Room
5:45 p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
May 01, 2015 7:00 p.m.—Hispanic Group Enrichment/Growth—MSB 215
Grgo & Ivo Fistonich by Antica Fistonich and
7:00 p.m.—MSSE 1st Communion Practice—Church
Family †
7:00 p.m.—RCIA Session—K of C
5:15 p.m.— Dinka Kalanj by friend †
Friday,
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.—
May 01, 2015
May 02, 2015 9:00 a.m.—MSSE May Crowning—Church
Thomas Martin by wife †
Griogio & Christina Pesce by daughter, Mario
Baccari & family †
May 03, 2015
Mario & Carmen Lauro by Joe & Janice Lauro †
For All Parishioners of Mary Star
Benito Padilla Romero by wife & family †
Vido & Ana Druskovich by daughter & family †
Mate & Tereza Kaleb by children †
Perina, Joseph, Anton, & John Burich by Steve &
Fanica Burich †
Giuseppe Cammareri by wife & family †
5:45
6:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
p.m.—Perpetual Adoration Devotion—Church
p.m.—Authentic Croatian Cuisine—MGPC Kitchen
p.m.—Croatian Language School—MSB 216-218
p.m.—Croatian Rosary—MGPC Chapel
p.m.—Prayer Group Mass—Church
Saturday,
May 02, 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
7:00 p.m.—Spanish Prayer Group—MSB 111, 215
Sunday,
May 03, 2015
†=deceased 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 26, 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
Jospi Mardesic
310-548-0450
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 26, 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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