1 17 26 May July 2015 The Ascension of the Lord 14 June th Sunday in Ordinary Time 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time The hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs. Psalm 145 Sunday Mass Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM Sunday AM: 6:30, 8:00, 9:45, 11:30 Sunday PM: 1:15 (Español), 5:00 (Teen Mass), 6:30 Weekday Mass Monday Friday: 6:30, 8:30 AM Wednesday: 7:00 PM (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena) (Tagalog Mass every 4th Wednesday of the month) Saturday: 8:30 AM Adoration Weekly: Fridays 9:00 AM 5:00 PM Monthly: 13th of the month 9:00 AM 6:00 AM (on the 14th) Penance Monday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish) Friday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish) Saturday: 3:30 PM or by appointment (English & Spanish) Pastor Fr. Patrick Moses Parochial Vicars Fr. Martin Nguyen and Fr. Rudy Alumam Permanent Deacons José Campos, Del Davis, Steve Germain, Gerald Pyne School Principal Monica Hayden Parish Office Hours 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM* Monday & Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM* Tuesday, Thursday and Friday *Closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00 PM CLOSED SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Sunday New Hope Crisis Counseling Hotline Hot Line (24/7) NEW-HOPE or Evergreen Avenue, Cypress, CA
2 This past Sunday we had an unfortunate incident at the 9:45 am Mass when an individual came into the church, left a couple of bags in a pew and left for the restroom. In our world today, this very action raised concern for those who were seated near the bags. In the attempt of people trying to get out of the church quickly, three people, as has been reported to us, were injured. We have been in contact with these three individuals and have reported their cases to the diocese and other proper authorities so that they may be properly cared for. Please keep them all in your prayers as they continue to heal from their injuries. This incident is a reminder to all of us who come to a very public place where a large number of people gather. In the event we need to evacuate the church quickly, it is important that we know where our nearest available exits are, that we exit as quickly and calmly as possible, and most importantly, in our call to Christian love, that we keep an eye out for and assist anyone who may need help in exiting the church. It is also important that if we come into the church with backpacks, purses, bags or other personal items, we never leave them unattended. If for some reason you must leave the church, please take your personal items with you. The person sitting next to you has no idea what is inside you backpack, purse or bag. At the end of the day, there was nothing in this individual s bags that could have caused any harm and I thank God for that. It was also made clear how many individuals assisted those who needed help in exiting and made sure that the church was secure. The many acts of Christian charity are a tribute to the life of Christ in these individuals. As we read in Scripture, whether we are at Mass or out somewhere in the community, we are always called to Christian love: I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another. This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another (John 13:34-35); and No one has greater love than this, to lay down one s life for one s friends (John 15:13). With my prayers in Christ, Fr. Patrick Parish Office Business Administration Steve Germain, Business Manager Tony Kulassia, Office Manager Sherri Nelson, Admin. Secretary Margie Mendez, Secretary Lisa Giacomi, Bulletin Adult Formation Rebecca Soto, Director Ministerio Hispano Sr. Maria Teresa Salceda, Director Humberto Arreola, Coro Hispano Health Care Ministry Sr. Rita O Connell, Director Worship Kimberly Wargo, Director of Music Stewardship Carlos Ramirez, Director Youth Formation Ruth Bradley, Director Elaine Brewster, Secretary Renee Lloyd, Secretary Youth Ministry Laura Benoit, Director Denise Gonzales, Secretary Parish School Monica Hayden, Principal Infant Baptism It is necessary to attend a Pre-Baptism Information Evening. Register in the Parish Office at least two months prior to the proposed Baptism date. Sacraments To complete sacraments or to become Catholic, adults contact the Parish Office; children and teens contact Youth Formation. Marriage Contact the Parish Office. Six months preparation is required. Anointing of the Sick In case of serious illness or surgery, contact Health Care Ministry.
3 Jesus said to Philip, Where can we buy enough food for them to eat? He said this to test him, because he himself knew what he was going to do." (John 6:5b-6) I had just walked in the door. It was still early and after giving my three assigned homilies (always a stressful time for me), I was in the let down phase of my weekend. It did not last long. Sharon, my wife, handed the phone to me. It was Father Patrick. He gave to me the information that he had just received about a bomb scare at St. Irenaeus! The tension returned - my work week was going to begin early. Several weeks ago we installed some video cameras around the campus. We had experienced some vandalism and thought that they might be helpful. Never did I imagine that I would ever be reviewing recordings of an impromptu evacuation of our worship space! I cannot imagine anything more frightening that hearing the words bomb or gun shouted near me. The images from the news media of the horrors experienced by so many others in the world would certainly flash across my mind. I have been reflecting on what would I do? How would I react? What would I say if it were me? What I CAN say is that I hope and pray that I will react the same way that I observed so many of you respond that were present. The courage, charity and caring for one another that I saw from your actions is humbling. So many of you made certain that others were safe ahead of yourselves by moving carefully and judiciously and looking around to see who else needed help. Without hesitation you followed Jesus command to love one another as I love you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one s life for one s friends. (John 13:12-13) Now that the crisis has passed, there will no doubt be a lot of deliberation as to what could have been done differently to eliminate the possibility of any injuries and keep us safe. Our faith tells us that nothing happens by accident. I surmise that like the story in today s Gospel, He may be testing us - giving us an occasion to reflect on our own personal behavior in times of crisis. Deacon Steve TUESDAY MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS: Please join us in praying the rosary every Tuesday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass in the crying room. WALKING FOR HEALTH: 9:15 a.m. Meet in front of the Ed Bldg for a 1/2 hour walk. CAPACITAR: 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the Education Building. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in the Hall conference room. For more information please call Jay Conklin at AL-ANON MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in Room #7. For more info call Betty at WEDNESDAY MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA: Join us in the crying room after the 8:30 a.m. mass. ROSARY FOR HUMAN LIFE, MARRIAGE, AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM each week at 9:45 a.m. (after the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena ) in the Crying Room. With or without us, please pray for the widest participation in anti-abortion Women Betrayed Rallies across America set for Tuesday, July 28. [womenbetrayed.com]. THURSDAY BIBLE SHARING: 9:30-10:30 a.m. We will be reading and sharing on the upcoming weekend s scripture readings. This week we will meet in the Youth Faith Formation office next to the Parish Hall. August 6, 13 and 20 we will meet in the Education Building. All are welcome. For more information please call Frank at or Fred at FRIDAY LEGION OF MARY: 9:30-11:00 a.m. in the Modular Unit. For more information please call Grace at PENANCE: 6:00 p.m. in English and Spanish. CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP MEETINGS are held Fridays (except the first Friday of the month) at 7:30 p.m. in classroom 6. All are welcome. SATURDAY H.O.P.E. FOOD DISTRIBUTION: Volunteer help is needed to distribute food to registered recipients. Meet at the convent garage at 8:00 a.m. FIRST SATURDAY DEVOTION: Please join us in praying the Rosary after the 8:30 a.m. Mass. Christians have always honored the Blessed Virgin on Saturday because of her constant faith in Jesus on that first Holy Saturday before the Resurrection. PENANCE: 3:30 p.m. in English and Spanish.
4 FALSE ALARM AT SAINT IRENAEUS There was an incident at last Sunday s (July 19) 9:45 a.m. Mass that proved to be a false alarm. A gentleman came to Mass carrying a backpack and a small duffle bag. He went to the restroom and left what he was carrying in the pew. Some parishioners in the area noticed the unattended items, believed that they were a threat and instructed others in the vicinity to leave. Subsequently, the entire church was evacuated. The Police and Fire Department responded and determined that the backpack and duffle bag contained only the personal effects of a parishioner that was late for Mass. We know of three parishioners that were injured during the hasty evacuation. They are under the care of their physicians, as desired, and our staff and diocesan insurance company is, or will be, in touch with each person. If you, or anyone that you know, was also injured, please let the Parish Office know. Please be reminded of these important safety tips: When you take your seat, note where the closest exits are located Always leave as calmly and quickly as possible Care for others around you - help everyone exit quickly Do not return until an All Clear signal has been given from the Police or First Responders Never leave any bulky items such as backpacks, duffle bags or packages unattended. FRIDAY, JULY 31 HEALING MASS FOR THE DIVORCED & SEPARATED 7:00 p.m. at St. Norbert s Catholic Church, Orange Father Pat invites our Catholic Community and all members of our Orange County family that is feeling the pain and loss from divorce or separation. The painful journey through the changing family dynamics is felt through every member of the immediate and extended family. Join us in Mass and prayer as divorce and separation does not have to feel isolating. Community resources will be available after mass with time to share fellowship with others along the journey. All are most welcome. Call Kelly Klaus for additional information at MONDAY, AUGUST 3 LAY APOSTLES Please join us in praying the Rosary on the first Monday of each month after the 8:30 a.m. Mass in the crying room. Everyone is welcome. MONDAY, AUGUST 3 WOMEN S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Faith Formation workroom If you are a cancer survivor, newly diagnosed or dealing with treatment, your presence will be most welcome. Meetings are held the first Monday of each month. If you would like to attend, please contact Terry Arenz, our WCSG Facilitator/Parish Nurse, at TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 CATHOLIC FAITH CONVERSATION 7 to 9 p.m. in a parishioner's home the first Tuesday of the month. We are a small group of Catholics who discuss our faith beliefs... helping us to learn more from each other; helping us to grow closer to God; and share our faith with others with greater faith and conviction. Everyone contributes (no matter how small) which becomes a chain reaction, as one person's input draws another on to thought and speech. The Legion of Mary sponsors and facilitates the meeting. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5 NAMI - NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS - MEETING 7:00 p.m. in classroom #7 Deacon Jerry Pyne and a NAMI representative will present valuable information and literature to help families who are coping with mental illness issues in their lives. Come and be informed of the various agencies that may be helpful as well as some general information that may aid in the caregiving of those with mental illness challenges. This meeting will be offered every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 NEW HORIZONS SUPPORT GROUP 7:00-8:30 p.m. in classroom #14 Planned social activities for single, separated, divorced or widowed, ages 50+. Meets the second Wednesday of each month. Contact: Alicia DeAnda at or Gerry Terpening at SUNDAY, AUGUST 16 FILIPINO APPRECIATION DAY 1:00-4:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall Mark your calendar. For the first time, the Filipino Catholic Federation is hosting a Filipino Appreciation Day. It will be a family affair. There will be games for the kids and adults, dancing and karaoke. This is potluck, please bring your favorite main dish. FCF Curia will provide the drinks and dessert. For more information call Cora Arevalo at or Terry Arenz at Hope to see you all. It will be a lot of fun.
6 JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY Grades 7 & 8 PEACEMAKERS is on summer break. Registration for next year is beginning now. Have a great & safe summer! HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY Grades 9-12 SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE is on summer break keep an eye on this page for summer activities! CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION Registration for high school students wishing to begin Year I of Confirmation preparation is going on now. Contact Laura at or A copy of your student s baptismal certificate is required for registration and must be turned in with the form. CHILDREN S MINISTRY Pre-school-6 th Grade (and Sacrament Preparation for older students) REGISTRATION FOR 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR HAS BEGUN and will close on September 11, If your child is in the program this year, a telephone call or can re-register your student(s) after June 1. If your child was NOT in classes this year, please come to the Youth Faith Formation Office to register. SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. It would be good to call before you come REFLECTION There are always a lot of practical reasons not to help. I don t have the time. I don t have the money. I don t have any special training. I m too young. It might make me uncomfortable to be with people in need. I wouldn t know how to act around people who are different than I am. I d have to go out of my way. Some of those things may be true. All of them might be true even. But none of them is a sufficient reason to do nothing. When Jesus asks the disciples how they will feed the crowd there are two responses. Phillip says there s no way, we haven t got the resources. It s impossible. Andrew takes the opposite stance well, here s what we do have. Today s readings are a great reminder that you may not have much, but offer what you have. God can make a miracle. ACTION Feed somebody this week. Whether you just share your lunch with somebody who forgot theirs, pick up fast food to give to the homeless guy you pass on your way home, or get yourself down to the soup kitchen or Food Bank to help. SIDEBAR RESOURCES Listen to the song Beautiful City from the revival version of the Broadway show Godspell, which is based on the Gospel according to Matthew. JOURNALING QUESTIONS Write about an experience you ve had that reflects this quote from Helen Keller: I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do. What do you have to offer? How can you help build the Kingdom of God? God s Word, Your World! 2014 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. All rights reserved. Written by Nora Bradbury- Haehl. Permission to publish granted by the Most Reverend Francis J. Kane, dd, Vicar General, Archdiocese of Chicago, on January 7, 2014.
7 St. Irenaeus Parish School learning, believing, and serving together ST. IRENAEUS ALUMNA SHINES Dominique graduated this year from Cornelia Connelly High School. She will be pursing a double major next year in Philosophy and Film Production at USC in the fall. She was also accepted to Loyola Marymount University, University of San Diego, American University, and California State University Long Beach. While at Connelly, Dominique was on the Swim and Tennis Teams. She was the Varsity Swim MVP twice and a 3-time CIF qualifier. She was the Senior Class President, a Connelly Ambassador, and her Class Play Director. This year she wrote an original one-act play and was offered the opportunity to work with a theater professional to develop it further. Dominique has also received First Honors throughout her four years. BRAIN POWER POINTS OVER THE SUMMER St. Irenaeus Parish School will once again be a part of the Brain Power Mania Program sponsored by the Buena Park Mall in the fall. Over the summer, we can earn points every time a St. I supporter goes to a summer concert or free movie Tuesday. The Krikorian Theater offers a FREE movie every Tuesday at 10am and 12:30pm. If you take your ticket stub immediately after to customer service our school earns 500 points. The upcoming movies are: July 28 - Rio 2 August 4 - Paddington August 11 - Penguins of Madagascar August 18 - Dolphin Tale 2
8 6038 Ball Rd, Buena Park, CA In the Ralphs Center at Ball and Valley View Join us each Thursday in August for beer and a talk Aug 6 at 7:30 pm - Made to be more than pretty good - Fr. Patrick Aug 13 at 7:00 pm Called to Holiness - Charise Casiano Aug 20 at 7:00 pm - Be Bold...speak His name - Katherine Coolidge Aug 27 at 7:00 pm - What is Worship? - Tony Medeiros **Arrive early for food and drinks** Hebrews 10: We must consider how to rouse one another to love and good works. We should not stay away from our assembly, as is the custom of some, but encourage one another, and this all the more as you see the day drawing near.
9 TO PRAY FOR THE SICK PARA PEDÍR POR LOS ENFERMOS Estela Aguirre Margaret Akong Kevin Allan Rick Anderson Elaine Asbury Nancy Barajas Anne Cortes Delores DeGuzman Graziella DeLuca Maria Diaz Reina Duncan Adelina Duran Joanne Estes Ralph Galindo Lorenzo Griarte Mary Hall Carol Huff Agnes Jacob Theresa Kholoma Martin Kirk Juanita Macias Nathan Manier Jean Martella Steve McCoy Michael Mezzacappa Pablo Ninofranco Pete Palacpac Bobbie Pritchard Nick Rabanera Mary Ritenhour Rose Ritenhour Luisito Salvador Michael Sysak Nick Tekstra Alex Terrazat Jerard VanDieren Teiya VanMeter Lydia Vizcarrondo Pauline Vonderharr Wedding banns Maria Austria and Brian Aguirre Audrey Manalo and Eric Sam READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY 2 August 2015 Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Exod 16:2-4, / Eph 4:17, John 6:24-35; L113B Sharing Questions: What I most seek in my daily living is What most satisfies is I encounter Jesus as the bread of life when Compartiendo Preguntas: Lo que más busco en mi vida diaria es... Lo que más satisface es... Encuentro a Jesús como el "pan de vida" cuando... Frank and Denise Gonzales 35 years ARE YOU CELEBRATING AN ANNIVERSARY? If you re celebrating your 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 or 60 th wedding anniversary, please let us know so we can celebrate with you. Names: Celebrating years married on: (anniv. date) (Please return to the Parish Office) COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS! If you have food in your home and enough to eat every day, COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS! There are many people in Orange County who do not have enough to eat every day and we at H.O.P.E. are trying to help some of our local people. In a 2013 national survey Orange County was rated #10 of counties across the nation with children living in food insecure households affecting over 155,000 children, causing a food insecurity rate of over 21% in Orange County in affluent Orange County! H.O.P.E. here on the St. Irenaeus campus is the area s largest food bank serving the communities of Cypress, La Palma and parts of Buena Park and Anaheim. Each month, on the first and third Saturdays, a food bank is conducted for registered recipients. Families can pick up bags of canned and packaged goods as well as breads and produce and at times poultry/meats that may be available, and even infant supplies. This month first Saturday was on July 4th a holiday but hunger does not take a holiday! Volunteers were here running the food bank for the over 150 families that may show up. Yes, watermelons were given out this past July 4th food bank day! Additionally, homeless individuals can come into the H.O.P.E. office in the Parish Office to receive emergency food bags five days a week between 9:15 and 11:00 a.m. H.O.P.E. receives food from several sources: YOU (our parish), USDA surplus, food drives, local stores/ businesses /groups, and purchases at Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County which can be made with funds that are donated or funds from H.O.P.E. fundraising events. At Second Harvest $1.00 buys 10 pounds of food, $25 buys 250 pounds of food, and $100 buys 1000 pounds of food. COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS and help us serve the less fortunate and needy in our area. You can make monetary donations, food donations, even time donations. We are an all-volunteer organization and can always use more hands. For information call If nothing else, please support our fundraising events like the big one coming up on November 14th - a very fun dinner-dance!
10 El domingo pasado tuvimos un desafortunado incidente en la Misa de 9:45 am cuando un individuo entró a la iglesia y dejó un par de bolsas en las bancas y se fue para el baño. En nuestro mundo de hoy, esta misma acción planteó la preocupación a los que estaban sentados alrededor de este individuo. En el intento, de las personas que trataron de salir de la iglesia con rapidez, tres de ellas, según fuimos informando, resultaron heridas. Hemos estado en contacto con estas tres personas y estas han informado de sus casos a las autoridades correspondientes de la diócesis y otros para que puedan ser adecuadamente atendidos. Por favor, mantenga a todos ellos en sus oraciones a medida que continúan a sanando sus heridas. Este incidente es un recordatorio para todos los que vienen a un lugar público donde se reúnen un gran número de personas. En el caso de que tengamos que evacuar la iglesia rápidamente, es importante que sepamos donde se encuentran las salidas disponibles más cercanas; que debemos salir rápido y con toda la calma como sea posible; y lo más importante, en nuestra llamada al amor cristiano, que pongamos cuidado para asistir a cualquier persona que pueda necesitar nuestra ayuda para salir de la iglesia. También es importante que si entramos en la iglesia con mochilas, monederos, bolsas u otros artículos personales, nunca los dejemos solos. Si por alguna razón debes salir de la iglesia, por favor toma tus artículos personales y llévalos contigo. La persona que se sienta tu lado, no tiene idea de lo que está dentro de tu mochila, bolso o cartera. Al final del día, no había nada en las bolsas de este individuo que hubiera podido haber causado ningún daño y le doy gracias a Dios por eso. También se dejó en claro: cuántas personas ayudaron a los que necesitaban salir y asegurarse de que la iglesia estaba segura? Los numerosos actos de caridad cristiana son un homenaje a la vida de Cristo en estos individuos. Como leemos en la Escritura, si estamos en misa o en algún lugar en la comunidad, siempre estamos llamados a amor cristiano: "Os doy un mandamiento nuevo: amaos los unos a los otros. Como yo os he amado, así también amaos unos a otros. De esta forma conocerán todos que sois mis discípulos, si os tenéis amor los unos a los otros "(Juan 13: 34-35); y "Nadie tiene más amor que este, que uno que de su vida por sus amigos" (Juan 15:13). Con mis oraciones en Cristo, Padre Patricio FALSA ALARMA EN SAN IRINEO Hubo un incidente el domingo pasado (19 de julio) en la Misa de las 09:45 am el cual resultó ser una falsa alarma. Un señor vino a Misa trayendo una mochila y una pequeña bolsa de lona. Se fue al baño y dejó lo que llevaba en la banca. Algunos feligreses en el área notaron los artículos desatendidos, creyeron que se trataba de una amenaza y pidieron a los otros sentados en las proximidades que se movieran de allí. Posteriormente, toda la iglesia fue evacuada. El Departamento de Policía y los Bomberos respondieron y determinaron que la mochila y la bolsa contenían sólo los efectos personales de un feligrés que llegó tarde a misa. Sabemos de tres feligreses que fueron lastimados durante la evacuación apresurada. Ellos están bajo el cuidado de sus médicos, según sus deseos y, el personal de la parroquia y el seguro diocesano de nuestra iglesia ha sido contactado y estos se han puesto en contacto con cada persona. Si usted o alguien que usted sepa, también resultó herido, por favor, haga que la oficina de la parroquia sea notificada. Por favor, recuerden estos importantes consejos de seguridad: Cuando tome asiento en la iglesia, tenga en cuenta dónde se encuentran las salidas más cercanas Siempre salga con calma y tan rápidamente como le sea posible Ponga atención a las demás personas a su alrededor - ayude a todos a salir rápidamente No regrese hasta que la señal de "No hay Peligro" haya sido dada por la Policía o los que hayan llegado primero a prestar auxilio Nunca deje objetos voluminosos tales como mochilas, bolsas de lona o paquetes desatendidos.
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