November 4, 2018 Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Joseph Parish

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1 November 4, 2018 Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Joseph Parish 1162 Lincoln Way Auburn, CA Tel (530) Fax (530) Monday-Thursday 9am-4:00pm Pastor Father Cesar Ageas, JCL Deacon Mark Ruiz Office Manager Kathleen Barr Religious Education Tracy Steele Bookkeeper Rhonda Bricker Parish Receptionist Maria Pena Daily Mass: Rosary: Sat. Vigil: Sunday: Foresthill: Adoration: Confession: Holy Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Rosary, Confession Weekly Schedule: Monday Saturday 8:30am First Friday 7:00pm, First Saturday 7:00am (No 8:30am Mass that day), & Second Wednesday 12:00pm Daily 7:55, Vigil and Sunday 35 minutes before Holy Mass 5:00pm 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:30(Spanish) 4:00pm Thursday 9am-6pm with Benediction 1st Friday 7:30pm-6:30am with Benediction Saturday 3:30-4:30, Last Thursday 9:00am First Friday 8:00 pm English and Spanish. Call office for an individual Confession appointment Bulletin Coordinator Please to (All bulletin articles are due in the parish office no later than 12:00pm on Mondays.) St. Joseph Catholic St. Teresa of Avila Church Atwood Road, Auburn, CA, Serving Students from K-8 th Grade Jennifer Oliver, Principal Phone St. Joseph Catholic Preschool Program Jaime Anderson, Preschool Director Atwood Road Auburn, CA, Phone St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery-Foresthill: Call the office

2 Page 2 COMMUNITY PRAYER St. Joseph s Mass Intentions November- Sunday, November 4-THIRTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 8:00am All Souls 10:00am Arlene Theis SI 12:30pm Missa Pro Populo 4:00pm Foresthill Rosary Group SI Monday, November 5-8:30am Jackie Coelho +, Tony Coehlo SI Tuesday, November 6-8:30am All Souls Wednesday, November 7-8:30am Anna Garcia + Thursday, November 8-8:30am All Souls Friday, November 9-THE DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA 8:30am Anita Smith + Saturday, November 10-St. Leo the Great, Pope, Doctor of the Church 8:30am 5:00pm Thomas Kane Jr SI Our Parish Week at a Glance ~ Every evening from Sept 8th-December 8th Rosary at 7:00PM in the Church Sunday, November 4-9:00AM Choir Practice 10:00AM Sunday Catechism Office Monday, November 5-9:30AM Families of Nazareth Office Tuesday, November 6-10:30AM Catechism of the Good Shepard Office 4:30PM Catechism of the Good Shepard Office 4:30PM Youth Group Hall Wednesday, November 7-9:00 AM Prayer for Priest Church 9:00 AM Church Cleaning 5:00PM Bingo by Knights of Columbus at St. Teresa s 6:30PM RCIA- Joseph School (Next to St. Teresa) Thursday, November 8-9:00 AM Exposition and Adoration Church 9:15 AM Women s Bible Study LCR 5:30 PM Benediction Friday, November 9-6:00 PM Special Remembrance Mass Saturday, November 10- Anointing of the Sick This Sunday November 4 December 2 January 6 Jerry Addy Grace Arredondo Al Baldoni Nancy Batmale Mark Biesecker Karen Budde Marianne Corcoran Cheryl Driggs Marie Dutra Dennis Dark Maria Fregosi Gloria Flores Delia Giuliani John Giudicessi Norma Harris Chree Hall Rany & Ronda- Horsman Benedicta Horsnyi Kathy Jorgensen Dennis Kalkowski 8:00AM 10:00AM 12:30 PM John Paul Letcher Samuel G. Letcher Joanne Lichau Roland Lujan Marilyn Landry Larry Leedy Marilyn Lynch Denise Martin Madeline McCormick Mary Minton Yanira Muniz Stephen Metz Flo Mooneyham Mandy Millhouse Joan Murdoch Georgie Nicosia Joe Nicosia Christine Niece Shirley Petersen Lucille Potter Ken Prust Elfie Reissmein Rico Puccioni Dustin Rhoby Nicole (Dwyer)Selcuk Cecilia Smith Brian Stephen Gary Stephen Frank Stephen Sawyer Stephen Bernard Theis Esther & Dan Sanchez Tinoco Doris Viera Mary Taylor Miriam Winder Debra * Frank Venturini.Jr Gabrielle Klapperich Dear Lord, We pray for all that are in need of a healing touch from you. We ask for physical, emotional and mental healing. Father, we believe that all things are possible through you and by Christ s stripes we are healed. We believe that you see every need before we ask. You are the Great Physician and we thank you in advance for what you will do. In Jesus Holy Name we pray. AMEN! READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:12-14 Tuesday: Phil 2:5-11; Ps 22:26b-30ab, 30e, 31-32; Lk 14:15-24 Wednesday: Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Lk 14:25-33 Thursday: Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 15:1-10 Friday: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9; 1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22 Saturday: Phil 4:10-19; Ps 112:1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9; Lk 16:9-15 Sunday: 1 Kgs 17:10-16; Ps 146:7-10; Heb 9:24-28; Mk 12:38-44 [41-44]

3 Page 3 A Gospel reflection by Father Cesar Ageas 31 st Sunday in Ordinary Time The Greatest Commandment: Love of God and Love of Neighbor In Jesus time, it is common to make queries on many religious issues, like what the scribe asked: which is the first of all the commandments. In the Gospel, we are not told if the scribe is just testing Jesus. But Jesus entertains the question, He is cordial; he does not comment on the man s intent. And he gives something more in his answer. In his response, Jesus picks up from the Book of Deuteronomy (6:4-5) something that all Jews are familiar with- the Shema. The Jews recite this prayer twice a day. The First Reading says more about the commandment. It is a command not only to hear God s voice but also to keep and observe all his commandments, The Second Reading, from the Letter to the Hebrews recognizes Jesus as a high priest whose priesthood is superior to that of the priests in Jerusalem. Jesus priesthood does not pass away, while theirs dies because the Levitical priests die. Jesus practices his priesthood not in the Temple, but in heaven. We, ordained and lay members of the Church, share in the priesthood of Christ. As priests we are called to be number one observers of his command. We follow God s commandment to love God and to love our neighbor. God bless! Low Gluten Eucharistic Hosts According to the General Instruction of the Roman Missal and canon law, in the Roman Catholic Church, bread for the Eucharist must be made with unleavened wheat flour. Wheat flour contains gluten. A Mayo Clinic-led analysis published in 2012 estimates that roughly 1.8 million Americans have Celiac disease or gluten intolerance and many are unaware of it. Because of the serious health risk to several of our parishioners, both St. Joseph and St. Teresa Parishes now provide Vatican-approved, low gluten altar bread with a gluten content of less than.01% If you or anyone with a gluten intolerance condition would like to receive a low gluten host during communion, please notify the Sacristan or Fr. Cesar prior to each Mass. The Doctor is in Do you have a Rosary that is broken or needs a crucifix or beads? Please drop your Rosary off at the Church office and we can have him fix it for you for FREE Pray the Rosary for families PLEASE REMEMBER ST. JOSEPH S PARISH IN YOUR ESTATE PLANNING St. Joseph Offertory October 27/28 $ 4, September Online Giving $ Foresthill Offertory October 28 $ September Online Giving Foresthill $ Hall Fund $

4 Page 4 LAY MINISTRY SCHEDULED NOVEMBER 10TH AND 11TH Ministry Saturday 5:00PM vigil 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:30 PM Altar Servers TBD TBD TBD TBD Lectors Peggy Meadows Scott Holthaus Ken Dougherty Gary Brittner Bob U ren Royce Birks Sergio Ramirez Elsa Ramirez Extraordinary Ministers Lillibeth Golbinec Greg Reimer Dave Vargas Sheila Taylor Susan Tidball Linea Schroeder Joe Schroeder Hugh Paxton Margarita Rosales Joel Rosales Domitila Brambila Trinity Catholic Books & Gifts FORESTHILL EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS & LECTORS November 11: L: Geri Grant and Chris Taylor EM: Shirley Petersen November s special : 10-25% off of Rosaries Located next to St. Joseph s Church 1132 Lincoln Way We are open until 6:30pm on Tuesdays in the month of November Thru December 8th All Marian Books 20% Off Family Catechism! Reminder that parents are to stay on the Church grounds during class times! Registration is closed for the year Youth Group Tuesdays at 4:30pm Questions? Please call Tracy Steele:

5 Page 5 33 Days to Morning Glory needs to be started tomorrow, Monday, November 5th for our December 8th Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary If you are interested in the 33 Days to morning Glory the 33 Day at-home retreat book to prepare you for the consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary you can purchase the book at the Trinity Catholic Shop next door. We are also still enrolling parishioners who are interested in the brown scapular. If you are interested either sign up by the side door or call the office at We will be proving the scapulars. -True devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary consists in three things: VENERATION, CONFIDENCE AND LOVE. By simply wearing the Scapular, we can tell her every moment of the day that we venerate her, love her and trust in her protection. (Sister of Carmel website) Advent is coming and the giving tree will be back. Please consider helping a child in need along with your Christmas gift giving this year St. Joseph s Thrift Shop Mon-Wed & Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm St. Joseph Thrift Store WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! Please consider helping out our Parish Thrift Store, we have different positions for those with different talents! We accept volunteers from 12 years old on up! If you are interested please call Peggy Meadows Young and Married For all Catholic couples Come meet married couples in your community of faith Openly discuss important issues How to live in today s world as a Catholic couple Being married with children Sharing your marriage journey with others Meets 3:00pm-5:00pm October 21, November 18, January 20, and February 17th Christ the King Passionist Retreat Center 6520 Van Maren Lane Citrus Heights, Our next RCIA class will be on Wednesday, November 7th Come join St. Joseph & St. Teresa for RCIA Classes at St. Joseph School located next to St. Teresa s in Auburn For question about RCIA class call: Tracy Steele Adam Crawford (530) , or Monica Durant (925)

6 Page 6 Ministry, Council & Committee Information Baptism: Preparation classes are held the 1 st Saturday of every month. Please call the office to register. Confirmation: The Sacrament of Confirmation is a two-year preparation process for teens. For adults not yet confirmed, please call the parish office. Marriage: If you are a member of our parish, please contact our priest at least six months in advance of your desired wedding in order to participate in the process of marriage preparation. Altar Society: Phyllis Whitney Bible studies: Ginny Huckins (Thursday AM ) Confraternity of Catholic Mothers: Rebecca Gonnella or Catholic Ladies Relief Society: Barbara O Rourke Eucharistic Adoration: Barbara & George Coelho Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: Dianne Wilford Finance Council: Fr. Cesar Funeral Reception Ministry Doreen Wood Barbara O Rourke Garden Committee: Karen Thomas Guild of St. Tarcisius (Altar Sever): Hugh Paxton Hall Committee: Fr. Cesar Hispanic Coordinating Cmte. Porfirio Perez Italian Catholic Federation: Mary Ann Mikles Knights of Columbus: Grand Knight-Tim Schott Cell: Knights of Columbus Council # Lector Ministry: John Mlakar Liturgy Hispanic Community: Cristina Martinez Ministry of the Sick: Gina Bollinger Music Ministry: Gellimy Sescon Practice is on Tuesday's at 6:30-8pm in the Church Pastoral Council: Chairman Mark Capik, , Placer County Jail Ministry: Lyn Mazur, Prolife Ministry: Penny Gowring & Christine Jonas Religious Education: Tracy Steele Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA): Tracy Steele Sacristan Mike Newell Dave Vargas Special Events Committee: Bonnie Amaro-Letcher St. Vincent de Paul Society of Auburn: Thrift shop: Mon-Wed & Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm Ushers & Greeters: Kevin Letcher Vocations: Doreen Wood Wedding Coordinator: Holly Letcher Youth Ministry: Frank Smith Are you interested in being involved here at St. Joseph s Parish? Please give us a call at the office and we will help you find a Ministry to join or an upcoming event to volunteer at! (530) Mission Statement: Guided by the Holy Spirit and following the teaching of the Holy Catholic Church, the Mission of St. Joseph is to be the best administered and most caring parish in Sacramento Diocese, through our liturgies, faith formation and social services for the benefit of the community of Auburn and vicinity. Come sit with Me Mark your calendar for November 2 FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION Mass at 7:30PM All night adoration to follow There will be a sign up board located in the Church the week before First Friday We need you! Jesus the Good Shepherd calls you by name! Come and visit! The Real Presence is the real Jesus In thy presence there is fullness of joy. -Psalm16:11 Adoration is also on Thursdays 9am to 6pm. Call the parish for more information.

7 Page 7 Horas de oficina y directorio Horario de la oficina de lunes a jueves 9:00am-4:00pm Maria Peña-recepcionista: hablo español y estoy en la oficina del lunes al jueves 9:00am-12:30pm Por favor diríjase a la oficina para bautizos, bodas, quinceañeras, para el salón y salas de conferencias, etc. Cristina Martinez: Sacristan, Catecismo para Quiceanera, & Evento Especiales. Llame a la oficina para programar Porfirio Perez: Las Clases de Preparación Bautismal y de Bodas: (cada clase es sólo un fin de semana al mes) Una reflexión del Padre Cesar Ageas Trigésimo Primer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario El mandamiento más grande: Amar a Dios y amar al prójimo En los tiempos de Jesús era común de realizar consultas sobre muchos temas religiosos, como lo que el escriba le preguntó: "cuál es el mandamientos más importante de los diez mandamientos." Evangelio, no nos dice si el escriba está probando a Jesús. Pero Jesús se entretiene con esta pregunta, es cordial; no comente la intención del hombre. Y les da algo más en su respuesta. En su respuesta, Jesús recoge del libro de Deuteronomio (6:4-5) algo que conocen todos los judíos-el Shemá. Los judíos recitan esta oración dos veces al día. La primera lectura dice más acerca del mandamiento, es un orden no sólo oír la voz de Dios, pero también a mantener y observar todos sus mandamientos, La segunda lectura de la carta a los Hebreos reconoce a Jesús como un sumo sacerdote, cuyo sacerdocio es superior a la de los sacerdotes en Jerusalén. El Sacerdocio de Jesús no pasará, mientras que el de ellos muere porque mueren los sacerdotes levíticos. Jesús practica su sacerdocio no en el templo, sino en el cielo. Nosotros hombres somos licos miembros de la iglesia podemos ser Ordenados como Sacerdote, compartimos en el sacerdocio de Cristo. Como Sacerdotes estamos llamados a ser observadores del mandamiento número uno de su orden. Nosotros seguimos el mandamiento de Dios que es amar a Él y amar a nuestro prójimo. Que Dios nos bendiga a todos! El Padre Cesar

8 Page 8 Conoces a alguien interesado en convertirse en católico? Tienes preguntas sobre la fe? Fueron bautizados, pero nunca recibió la primera comunión o confirmación? Si es así, únete a nosotros! Proxima clase es el 4 de Noviembre Los Invitamos cada miércoles a las 6:30 pm en San José Escuela (ubicado al lado de la Iglesia Católica de St Teresa En Atwood Road) Para pregunta sobre clase de rica por favor llame a Monica Durant (habla español) LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: Fil 2:1-4; Sal 131 (130):1bcde-3; Lc 14:12-14 Martes: Fil 2:5-11; Sal 22 (21):26b-30ab, 30e, 31-32; Lc 14:15-24 Miércoles: Fil 2:12-18; Sal 27 (26):1, 4, 13-14; Lc 14:25-33 Jueves: Fil 3:3-8a; Sal 105 (104):2-7; Lc 15:1-10 Viernes: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Sal 46 (45):2-3, 5-6, 8-9; 1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22 Sábado: Fil 4:10-19; Sal 112 (111):1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9; Lc 16:9-15 Domingo: 1 Re 17:10-16; Sal 146 (145):7-10; Heb 9:24-28; Mc 12:38-44 [41-44] Trinity Libros Católicos Y Regalos El Especial de noviembre: 10-25% de Descuento los Rosarios Ubicados junto a la iglesia de San José 1132 Lincoln Way Estamos abiertos hasta las 6:30pm los martes todo el mes de noviembre Respuesta de la Parroquia de San José en acción en la corrupción a la Iglesia Católica La sanación y verdad en nuestra iglesia Oración, ayuno, penitencia- Oración El Santo Rosario se recitara en San José a las 7:00pm, todos los días de la semana comenzando el 8 de Septiembre hasta el 8 de Diciembre. El ayuno Le pedimos que se nos unan en ayuno todos los viernes y el miércoles si es posible. Penitencia/La confesión Estamos ofreciendo confesión todas las noche durante el Rosario! (Estaremos invitando a otros sacerdotes de la diócesis) Consagración a María En preparación para consagrarnos al Corazón Inmaculado de María. Les estaremos dando a cada uno una guía sobre el proceso. Su consagración personal comenzará en 5 de Noviembre y culmina en 8 th Diciembre (la Inmaculada Concepción). También estaremos consagrando la Parroquia de San José al Corazón Inmaculado de María el 8 de Diciembre. El Escapulario El Escapulario marrón (café) es una poderosa devoción a María, es una oración silenciosa constantemente. Inscribiese para recibir un Escapulario solo se tomó unos minutos. Escapularios son hechos a mano por las Hermanas Carmelitas para cualquier persona que desea ser inscrito. Si usted está interesado por favor llame a la oficina Hasta el 8 de diciembre TH Todos los libros de Marian 20% de descuento Catecismo familiar! La inscripción está cerrada para el año Grupo juvenil martes a las 4:30pm Póngase en contacto con Tracy Steele en

9 Page 10 St. Joseph will be having Fr. Tom Bonacci from Christ the King Passionist here for a 3 day Advent Retreat Monday, December 3rd to Wednesday, December 5th. There will be both morning and evening sessions! Mark your calendars! This Sunday begins National Vocation Awareness Week November 4-10, 2018 Please pray for an increase in Religious Vocations...and talk to your kids/grandkids about their vocations. This week is a special time to spread awareness of the need for men and women to answer God's call and do His work here on Earth. Please ask Our Lord for more dedicated, holy priests, deacons and consecrated men and women. by praying the following prayer (or one of your own) each day this week. Loving God, You speak to us and nourish us through the life of this Church community. In the name of Jesus, we ask you to send your Spirit to us so that men and women among us, young and old, will respond to your call to service and leadership in the Church. We pray especially, in our day, for those who hear your invitation to be a priest, sister, or brother. May those who are opening their hearts and minds to your call be encouraged and strengthened through our enthusiasm in your service. Amen. Every evening at 7:00pm here at St. Joseph Parish Join us in saying the Rosary for the Healing of our church! We are sad to announce that Fr. Ronan Brennan Passed away on Friday, October 26th. His Funeral Mass will be held at St. Teresa de Avila Parish in Auburn on Wednesday, November 7th at 11:00am. There will be a Vigil Rosary on Nov. 6th at 6:00pm at St. Teresa We would like to thank the special events committee and all those who helped support Fr. Cesar s Birthday Fundraiser this past weekend! We will announce the amount raised next week! Last weekend was Priesthood Sunday, Fr. Cesar is very grateful to all of our parishioners who thanked him in various ways for his service to our parish! Also, a Thank you also to thank Jeffrey Bogaczyk and Michael Finn for their generous donation towards our parish Hall Timely talks for November... The Last Four Things* plus Purgatory! *(Death, Judgement, Heaven & Hell) Jason Theis of our parish will be giving series of three talks about the Catholic teaching on these fascinating topics. It is perfect timing for November, which is, in Church tradition, the month in which we remember the Holy Souls in Purgatory and we focus more than typical on the richness and beauty of our Faith in its teaching on what awaits us. Dates: Mondays, 11/5, 11/12 and 11/19 Time: 6-7pm (You can attend the Parish Rosary afterward!) Place: Large Conference Room For more information, please see the bulletin insert and/or call Jason Theis at