1 We celebrated last month the amazing gift God has given us in the Incarnation. There is no greater gift than the gift one s self. For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son (John 3:16). Last week we celebrated the Epiphany, where the three Magi encountered Jesus. Their immediate reaction was to give Jesus their treasure. In response to the greatest gift we are inspired to give also. God gives, we give back. This week we commission all the volunteer ministers of the parish at all the masses. This is a special moment to express gratitude for their generous service. To volunteer is a wonderful and special gift in service to our church community. Yet, there is something quite mundane and normal about it also. I am hesitant to make ministry too special. Why? Allow me to answer that question with another question, and hopefully you will see my point. This week we are presented with the baptism of our Lord. Amazingly, the son of God was baptized. Why was he baptized? He had no original sin. He had no need of repentance. If removal of sin and repentance were the only effects of baptism Jesus had no need for it. But those are not the only effects of the sacrament. In baptism we are joined together. By Baptism "we are members one of another" (Eph 4:25), because "by one Spirit we were all baptized into one body" (1 Cor 12:13). By consenting to be baptized Jesus visibly and powerfully joined himself to all the baptized, to us. And by being baptized he received the exact same baptismal call as us: to serve. His baptism marks the beginning of Jesus ministry. Our baptism marks the beginning of our ministry. As one body we are all called to serve just as Jesus was called to serve through baptism. So, we serve. We do it in solidarity with each other and with Jesus in response to our baptismal call. It is not special. It is, in fact universal. You are called to serve. It is simply what disciples do because it is what Jesus did. Those who came down for their commissioning answered the call. The place to answer the call to serve is here in your community. The time to serve is always now. How are you serving? I assure you, you cannot be a disciple unless you serve. Discipleship and service are of one piece. Trust me, if you try to be a disciple without service you are heading down the path of utter spiritual desolation. It is that important. My hope and dream is that next year when I call the volunteer ministers forward the pews will empty! Everyone will be standing around the altar, everyone will answer the call. As your pastor I am formally calling on every parishioner to serve, this year. Make it a new resolution. Frankly, we need your help. We particularly need altar servers, ushers, Eucharistic ministers, lectors, and choir members. Please serve in our liturgical ministries. If not our liturgical ministries then please serve in our religious ed programs, or our outreach ministries. We need you. I m asking for one hour each month from every parishioner. Please contact the parish office to volunteer. You will find, as all our ministers have experienced, that you will receive far more than you can possibly give. And may God richly bless your service! Celebramos el mes pasado el increíble regalo que Dios nos ha dado en la Encarnación. No hay mayor regalo que el darse uno mismo. Porque tanto amó Dios al mundo que dio a su Hijo unigénito (Juan 3:16). La semana pasada celebramos la Epifanía del Señor, donde los tres Reyes Magos se encontraron con Jesús. Su reacción inmediata fue dar a Jesús su tesoro. En respuesta al mayor don que nos inspira a dar también. Dios da, nosotros damos de vuelta. Esta semana comisionamos a todos los voluntarios de ministerios de la parroquia en todas las misas. Este es un momento especial para expresar nuestra gratitud por su generoso servicio. El ser voluntario es un regalo maravilloso y especial en el servicio a nuestra comunidad de la iglesia. Sin embargo, hay algo muy mundano y normal en ello también. Estoy indeciso de hacer el ministerio demasiado especial. Por qué? Permítanme responder a esa pregunta con otra pregunta, y esperamos que puedan ver a mi punto. Esta semana somos presentados el bautismo de nuestro Señor. Sorprendentemente, fue bautizado el hijo de Dios. Por qué fue bautizado? Él no tenía pecado original. No tenía necesidad de arrepentimiento. Si la eliminación del pecado y el arrepentimiento eran los únicos efectos del bautismo, Jesús no tenía necesidad de hacerlo. Pero esos no son los únicos efectos del sacramento. En el bautismo estamos unidos. Por el Bautismo "somos miembros los unos de los otros" (Ef 4:25 ), porque "por un Espíritu somos todos bautizados en un cuerpo" (1 Corintios 12:13). Al dar su consentimiento para ser bautizado, Jesús se unió visiblemente y poderosamente a sí mismo a todos los bautizados, para nosotros. Y al ser bautizado, recibió la misma llamada bautismal exactamente como nosotros: servir. Su bautismo marca el inicio del ministerio de Jesús. Nuestro bautismo marca el comienzo de nuestro ministerio. Como un cuerpo, todos estamos llamados a servir como Jesús fue llamado a servir a través del bautismo. Así que servimos. Lo hacemos en solidaridad con los demás y con Jesús en respuesta a nuestro llamado bautismal. No es especial. Es de hecho universal. Estamos llamados a servir. Es simplemente lo que los discípulos hacen porque es lo que hizo Jesús. Los que vinieron por su comisionado respondieron al llamado. El lugar para responder al llamado de servir está aquí en su comunidad. La hora de servir es siempre ahora. Cómo estás sirviendo? Te aseguro que no puedes ser un discípulo a menos que sirvas. El discipulado y el servicio son de una sola pieza. Confía en mí, si tratas de ser un discípulo sin el servicio te diriges por el camino de la desolación espiritual absoluta. Es tan importante. Mi esperanza y mi sueño es que el año que viene cuando llame a pasar al frente a los voluntarios de ministerios las bancas se vacíen! Todos estarán de pie alrededor del altar, cada uno responderá la llamada. Como su pastor estoy llamando formalmente a cada feligrés a servir, este año. Que sea una nueva resolución. Francamente, necesitamos su ayuda. En particular, necesitamos monaguillos, ujieres, ministros de la Eucaristía, lectores, y miembros del coro. Por favor, sirva en nuestros ministerios litúrgicos. Si no en nuestros ministerios litúrgicos, por favor, sirvan en nuestros programas de educación religiosa, o nuestros ministerios de alcance. Te necesitamos. Estoy pidiendo por una hora cada mes de cada feligrés. Por favor, póngase en contacto con la oficina de la parroquia para ser voluntario. Va a encontrar, como todos nuestros ministros lo han experimentado, que va a recibir mucho más de lo que pueda dar. Y que Dios bendiga abundantemente su servicio!
2 This week at Holy Rosary... Sunday, January 12 - Saturday, January 18, 2014 Tear out this calendar & keep in a handy place. Contact the parish office at if you would like more information about any parish events this week. The parish office is open Mon - Fri 9:00am -12:00pm & 1:00pm - 5:00pm, Sun 9:00am - 12:00pm (c) Church/Chapel, (fc) Family Center, (cm) Casa Maria, (po) Parish Office, (l/d) Living Deceased, (h) Health, (b) Birthday, (a) Anniversary, (s/i) Special Intention Sunday, Jan 12 Readings: Is 42:1-4, 6-7; Ps 29; Acts 10:34-38; Mt 3:13-7 7:00am Mass - Gerardo Ontiveros (s/i) Arcelia Venzor (s/i) 8:00am Breakfast, sponsored by Altar Society (fc) 8:30am Mass - Katie Faith Martinez John B. Mondragon (a) 10:15am Mass - Eileen & Joseph Nuere (s/i) Art Ortega & Rosalie Espinoza 10:15am Preschool & Liturgy of the Word (fc) 12:15pm Mass - Paul Chavez Abran B. Apodaca 2:00pm Spanish Marriage Enrichment (fc) 2:00pm Baptism Class (c) 3:30pm Youth Mass Choir Set up (c) 5:00pm Mass - Elfego Herrera 6:15pm Youth (fc) Monday, Jan 13 Readings: 1 Sm 1:1-8; Ps 116; Mk 1: :00am Mass - Gerardo Ontiveros (s/i) Arcelia Venzor (s/i) 10:30am SCC-Esperanza y Alegria (fc) 4:30pm Religious Education (fc) RCIA/RICA (fc) Youth Mass Choir Rehearsal (c) Charismatic Prayer Group (c) Tuesday, Jan 14 Readings: 1 Sm 1:9-20; 1 Sm 2; Mk 1: :00am Intercession Santisimo (c) 5:00pm Mass - Susi Ness (b) Deceased members of Sedillo Family 5:30pm Altar Society (fc) 6:00pm Coro (c) 6:00pm Liturgy Committee (fc) Family Catechesis (fc) Choir Rehearsal (fc) ACTS Core (c) Crecimiento-Grupo de Oracion (fc) Escuela de la Cruz (fc) Estudio de Biblia (fc) Adult Confirmation (po) Wednesday, Jan 15 Readings: 1 Sm 3:1-10, 19-20; Ps 40; Mk 1: :00am Mass - Chris Herrera (s/i) Arcelia Venzor (s/i) 9:15am Moms in Prayer (fc) 10:00am Estudio de Biblia (fc) 4:30pm Religious Education (fc) 6:15pm Midschool (fc) Grupo de Matrimonios (fc) Clase de Guitara (fc) Thursday, Jan 16 Readings: 1 Sm 4:1-11; Ps 44; Mk 1: :30am CDA Pro-Life Rosary (c) 5:00pm Mass - Ernest Trujillo Alberto Romero (a) Grupo de Oracion - Unidos En Cristo (fc) Formacion de Fe-Educacion Religiosa (fc) Choir Rehearsal (c) Clase de Bautizo (c) Estudio de Biblia (fc) We are in need of more people. This is a great way to be a part of Holy Rosary. Consider becoming a Extraordinary Minister of Communion, an Usher or Minister of the Word (Lector). Sign up today! Friday, Jan 17 Readings: 1 Sm 8:4-7, 10-22a; Ps 89; Mk 2:1-12 7:00am Mass - Danny Vivian (b) Chris Avitia (b) Saturday, Jan 18 Readings: 1 Sm 9:1-4, 17-19, 10:1a; Ps 21; Mk 2: :00am Word Service w/communion 9:00am Ben Baran Scripture Study (fc) 9:00am Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest (fc) 5:00pm Mass - Frank A. Padilla (b) Beverly Pohl Zamora Mass - Youth of the Parish (s/i) Connect with us! Conectese con nosotros!
3 Today s Readings: Is 42:1-4, 6-7; Ps 29; Acts 10:34-38; Mt 3:13-7 Today s Feast of the Baptism of the Lord invites us to reflect on the fact that, through our own baptism, we are claimed by God. Just as it was said to Jesus, so may it be said of each of us: This is my beloved son (daughter), with whom I am well pleased. In what ways do you experience being God s beloved son/ The Baptism of the Lord ~ El Bautismo del Señor daughter? Just as it called Jesus, baptism calls us to ministry. To what ministry/ministries are you called and how have you responded? Who do you know who is living his/her call to ministry? How is that person an example to you? Lecturas de hoy: Es 42:1-4, 6-7; Sal 29; Hechos 10:34-38; Mt 3:13-17 La fiesta de hoy del Bautismo del Señor nos invita a reflexionar sobre el hecho de que, a través de nuestro propio bautismo, somos reclamados por Dios. Así como se dijo a Jesús, así puede decirse de cada uno de nosotros: "Este es mi hijo(a) amado(a) con quien tengo complacencia." De qué manera experimentas el ser el amado(a) hijo (a) de Dios? Del mismo modo que llamó a Jesús, el bautismo nos llama al ministerio. A qué ministerio/ministerios has sido llamado y cómo has respondido? A quién conoces que está viviendo su llamado al ministerio? Cómo es esa persona un ejemplo para ti? WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS BIENVENIDOS NUEVOS PARROQUIANOS Stanley Vargas & Jacquelyn Sandoval and family Luis Alvarado & Ana Ortega and family Stephanie Sanchez Jose Adrian & Eva Salgado and family David Schindler & Sarah Medina & family Joseph & Melissa Lane & family Julian & Janelle Coca and family Aregni Aguilar Martin Serna Rosalie Sanchez Maria Rodriguez and family If you are interested in registering as a member of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Community, contact the parish office. Registering in your parish is a statement of faith and confidence in the life and work of your parish. Si usted está interesado en registrarse como miembro de la Comunidad Católica de Nuestra Señora del Santo Rosario, comuníquese con la oficina de la parroquial. El registro en su parroquia es una declaración de fe y confianza en la vida y obra de su parroquia. In honor of The Octave for the Week of Christian Unity two Albuquerque parishes will be holding ecumenical prayer services and inviting neighboring communions. We hope that you will be able to attend and join the Archdiocese of Santa Fe s Office for Ecumenical and Inter-religious Affairs in celebrating this event which is held yearly on January Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Community located at 5415 Fortuna Road NW in Albuquerque is hosting an Octave Prayer Service on January 20 at 7:00 p.m. The homilist this year will be the Rev. Dr. Donna McNiel, Executive Director of the NM Conference of Churches. Our Lady of the Annunciation, located at 2621 Vermont NE in Albuquerque will also be holding an ecumenical prayer service on Thursday, January 24 th at with a small reception afterwards. Please remember the following people in your prayers: Por favor recuerden a las siguentes personas en sus oraciones: Vivian Schlagel, Grace Sandoval, Larry & Anita Anaya, Albert Sanchez, Eddie Andrade, Baby Joshua Chavez, Baby Nicholas Trujillo, John Anthony Salas If you or someone you know in our parish community is sick or is in need of prayers, please call the Parish Office. Si usted o alguna persona en nuestra comunidad parroquial esta enfermo o necesita oraciones, por favor de llamar la oficina parroquial. RECOGNIZING OUR SENIOR PARISHIONERS Please remember the following senior parishioners celebrating their birthdays: January 12 - Victoria Gaillour, Jessie Vigil January 13 - Becky Candelaria January 14 - Caroline Barros January 15 - Grace Aufderbeck, Emma Deraad, Lila Gonzales, Paula Villegas Chavez January 16 - Rose Andrade January 17 - Leonella Armijo Happy Birthday! Your Financial Gifts to Holy Rosary Collections for the Weekend of 01/05/14 Sus regalos financieros a Santo Rosario Colecciones para el Fin de Semana de 01/05/14 Sunday Collection $18, St. Vincent de Paul $4, Building Fund $ New Years Eve/Day $4, Thank you for your time, talents and treasure!
4 THE LITURGY PAGE ~ LA PÁGINA DE LA LITURGIA We are in GREAT NEED of more people to serve as EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF COMMUNION at our weekend Masses. You need not be perfect or holy only willing to serve your brothers and sisters in Christ. Tenemos una GRAN NECESIDAD de más personas que sirvan como MINISTROS EXTRAORDINARIOS DE LA COMUNION durante nuestras misas. No necesitas ser perfecto o santo solamente estar dispuesto a servir a tus hermanos y hermanas en Cristo. Se proporciona entrenamiento y formación. Contact: or ATTENTION PARENTS: Is your child age 9 or older and already celebrated their First Communion? YOUR CHILD can become an ALTAR SERVER for Mass at Holy Rosary. This essential ministry is a great way for your child to learn more about their faith while assisting the priest at Mass. ATENCIÓN PADRES DE FAMILIA: Su hijo/a tiene 9 años o más y ha celebrado ya su Primera Comunión? SU HIJO/A puede llegar a ser un MONAGUILLO/ A (Servidor del Altar) para las misas en el Santo Rosario. Este ministerio esencial es una forma maravillosa de que su hijo/a aprenda más acerca de su fe mientras que ayuda al sacerdote. Se proporciona entrenamiento y formación. Contact: or THE MINISTRY OF USHER helps to welcome and guide us through our liturgical celebrations. Ushers are essential to our weekend masses, funerals and weddings, and special celebrations. EL MINISTERIO DEL UJIER ayuda a darnos la bienvenida y guiarnos en nuestras celebraciones litúrgicas. Los ujieres son esenciales en nuestras misas de los fines de semana, funerales, bodas y celebraciones especiales. Se proporciona formación y entrenamiento. Contact: Vita Saavedra at THE MINISTER OF THE WORD (Lector) (Lector) proclaims scripture and helps lead prayer at each of our weekend Masses. EL MINISTRO DE LA PALABRA (Lector) proclama la escritura y ayuda a guiar la oración en cada una de nuestras misas del fin de semana. Se proporciona entrenamiento y formación. Contact: or
5 Get Ready for the Lenten Season! Explore the Extraordinary Lenten Scriptures Introduction to the Lenten Scriptures from John s Gospel The Woman at the Well The Man Born Blind The Raising of Lazarus In a FOUR PART Special Event series with Dr. Megan McKenna Tuesday, January 21, Holy Rosary Chapel 7PM Monday, January 27, HR Chapel 7PM Followed by a (Reception to follow in Rosario Hall after Monday night only.) Tuesday, January 28, HR Rosary Chapel 7PM Thursday, January 30, HR Rosary Chapel 7PM Come to all sessions or any possible. Free of Charge. Don t miss this powerful opportunity for spiritual renewal! For more information call Louise at x225. FAMILY PROMISE A sincere thank you to all who participated in hosting four Family Promise families during their recent stay in our Family Center. In spite of illness, fractured limbs, and a number of small bumps in the road, our volunteers and core team were there all the way to ensure a successful week for our guests. We hosted 4 moms with 6 small children who all were fed delicious hot dinners, as well as provided with breakfast and food to take along for their lunches. A nice warm bed was enjoyed by all. The families expressed their gratitude as they were leaving us last Sunday. During our fifth week of hosting, we were happy to welcome several new volunteers to our ranks. Many thanks to them and to our seasoned helpers. Our next week of hosting will be May 25 through June 1, We look forward to welcoming new families as well as all our volunteers. We will have signups for volunteers in early May. God bless our families and volunteers, Family Promise Core Team Opportunity to Help the Homeless Trinity Catholic Worker House, located at 1925 Five Points Rd. in the South Valley, offers overnight hospitality to homeless people. To support this ministry, Holy Rosary parishioners provide a 6:30 p.m. dinner for 8-10 people every Monday. There are three options regarding the meal: Preparing the meal at home and delivering it by 6:00 p.m. Using your own ingredients, preparing the meal at Trinity House and having it ready to serve by 6:30 p.m. Preparing the meal either at home or at Trinity House and staying for dinner to meet the guests and Catholic Workers If you are interested in coordinating Holy Rosary s participation in this ministry or if you would like to sign up your family, community or organization for providing dinner on a Monday, please call Christina Spahn, Pastoral Associate for Outreach, at X236 or her at Sacrament of Confirmation for Adults Are you a Catholic adult (out of High School or older) who has not completed the Sacrament of Confirmation? This would be a good time to complete your sacraments. This important sacramental preparation process is available at Holy Rosary Parish. NOW is the time to register and prepare for the May 2014 Confirmation Mass. Call Louise or or in Spanish at or the Holy Rosary Parish Office. Take your place as a fully initiated Catholic adult and join in this wonderful process. The Inner Pilgrimage tothetree of Life: A Meditative Writing Retreat with Fr. Francis Dorff, O.Praem., Saturday,February1,9 a.m.-4 p.m. Without using any biblical words, this pilgrimage leads us through the movement that underlies the whole Bible. It takes up to the taproot of the Tree of Life and lets us experience the flowering of the Tree Cross that comes from there. No previous experience of creative writing is needed. The retreat takes place at the Norbertine Hermitage Retreat, 5825 Coors Blvd. SW. Lunch is included in the $55.00 cost for the retreat. To register, call or by Wednesday, January, 29th. In observance of the Annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and Dr. Martin Luther King s Birthday, you are invited to an Ecumenical Prayer Service which will include a process of Scriptural reflection led by the Rev. Dr. Donna McNiel, the Executive Director of the New Mexico Conference of Churches at 7:00 PM on Monday, January 20, 2014 at Holy Rosary Church Fortuna Rd. NW Please plan now to join us in prayerful gratitude for all that unites us in faith and Christian discipleship. A reception will follow the prayer service. Please contact Christina Spahn for more information at ext or KATERI CIRCLE FORMING AT HOLY ROSARY What is a KATERI CIRCLE? If you are a Native American Catholic, come and find out! The first meeting of the Holy Rosary Kateri Circle will take place on Sunday, January 26 th after the 10:15am Mass, at Noon, in Room 11 of the Family Center. All Native American Catholics who belong to our parish or who wish to join are invited to participate! For information, contact Deacon Joe Herrera, Jr. at or just come and greet your brothers and sisters in the Spirit!
6 Sanctity of Life Awareness and Unity Day Wednesday, January 22, 2014 in Santa Fe Join us as the three Dioceses of New Mexico prayerfully mark the 41th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade legalizing abortion with a Sanctity of Life Awareness and Unity Day on January 22, The day includes a Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis in Santa Fe, a prayer procession and rally at the Roundhouse and visiting legislators. Noon Mass at Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis in Santa Fe: ***Participants are asked to bring baby items like diapers, blankets, bottles, etc. and/or socks and toiletries for the elderly to be collected at the Mass and distributed to organizations that provide support to expectant mothers in need or nursing homes. 1:30pm Procession to the Roundhouse 2:30pm Rally at the Roundhouse on Life Issues and Visiting Legislators Sponsored by the NM Conference of Catholic Bishops. For more information, call the Archdiocese of Santa Fe Office of Social Justice and Respect Life, Note: Other groups are hosting events surrounding the Mass, march and rally. Archbishop Michael J. Sheehan and the Office of Development of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe invite you to a free public lecture presented by Dr. Kathleen Holscher Chair of Roman Catholic Studies at the University of New Mexico The Vatican II Vision: 50 Years of Experience in the United States and New Mexico DATE: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 TIME: to 8:30pm LOCATION: The Catholic Center 4000 St. Joseph s Place NW Albuquerque Light refreshments will be served before and throughout the presentation. Please RSVP to or by calling Tina at by January 28th.
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2 Come & Hear A former New Age Practitioner, Moira Noonan, now a Catholic convert, speak about the New Age, its influence in our lives, and what we can do. Monday, Jan. 23rd at 7pm (overview of New Age