1 Saint Louis Catholic Community 7270 SW 120th Street Pinecrest, FL Church/School: FAX:
2 PASTORAL STAFF Pastor Rev. Fr. Paul Vuturo Parochial Vicars Rev. Fr. Michael Garcia Rev. Fr. Fredy Yara Vicar Emeritus (Retired) Rev. Fr. Michael Kish Administrator of the Mission of St. Augusitine of Hippo Rev. Fr. Pedro Toledo Deacons Rev. Dr. James Dugard Rev. Mr. John Green Rev. Mr. Thomas Hanlon Rev. Mr. George Labelle Rev. Mr. Alex Lam Rev. Mr. Vincent McInerney Rev. Mr. John Peremenis Rev. Mr. Jeff Reyes Rev. Mr. José Villena Rev. Mr. Bob Yglesias School Principal Mr. Edward Garcia Director of Religious Education Mrs. Jeannie Modroño Director of Youth Ministry Mr. Mark Witkowski Director of Music Mr. Juan Salazar Coordinator of Ministries & Music Ms. Cecelia Columbro HOLY EUCHARIST (MASS) Sunday: (English) 5:30 PM (Sat. Vigil) 7:00, 9:30, 11:00 AM 12:30, 5:30 PM (Español) 8:15 AM, 7:15 PM 6:30 AM Monday - Friday English 8:30 AM Monday - Saturday English 7:30 PM Miércoles Español RECONCILIATION (Confessions) Saturday: 3:30-4:30 PM 7:30-8:30 PM Anytime by appointment MATRIMONY Please contact the parish office at least six months prior to the proposed date. BAPTISMS (Infants - 5 yrs. old) In English the 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sunday when there is a 5th Sunday. Please call the Office TWO months in advance. PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM PASTORAL HISPANA Misa en Español Los domingos - 8:15 AM, 7:15 PM Los miercoles - 7:00 PM Bautismos - En Español el último domingo del mes. Favor de llamar a la oficina con DOS meses de anticipación. Matrimonio - Favor de llamar a la Oficina con SEIS meses de anticipación. Hora Santa -Tercer jueves de cada mes en la Capilla a las 7:30 PM. Baptisms MIGUEL JULIAN LIRIANO son of Miguel & Jhimena Liriano Remember the Departed Mitt Ninon Landrin Rosaura Diaz Pray for the Sick Conchita Acosta Aloma Ahkin Pablo Arevalo Mary Arnold Isabel Avila Alejandro Baldelomar Marcio Baltodano Nora Bendheim Verónica Bermúdez Jeannette Bernard Maria Eugenia Bolaños Giana Brendeke Joyce Bryan Jerry Byrne Joanne Calfo Margaret Caruso Keith Chin Sandra Chung Michael Connor Cici Culverhouse Mary Frances Degen Luis DeVarona Sal DiFede Alba Diaz Xioriliz Diaz Lorraine Ditzel Iris Echevarria Vincent Evans Eddie Fung Bertina Garcia Ralphy Garcia Bill Gerrard Mary Glynn Daisy Guerrero Julia Guerrero Dorothy Haiduven Robert Hall Alyse Hernández Salvador Hernández Andrés Hidalgo Norman Hinton Lidia Hoadleg Carole Howard Aida Jackson Irene Johnson Matthew Joseph Oliver & Mary Ann Kerr Jim Kern Mary Kilcoyne Gerry Knowlan Paul Kolodziejczak Robert Kopp Pat Krupczak Joseph Kuethe Helen Labime Gene LaNeve Evelyn López Manolito López Isabel Luperón Adelaida Maldonado Dan Millott Adelina Muzaurieta Harrison Margulies Matthew Martin William Martinez William Mayer Jane McKeon Luis Magallanes Vivian Malave Wendy McLendon Reinaldo Meléndez Angela Mitchell Isabella Morales Francisco Morejon Leonardo Moreno James Morris Michael Mulsford Luis Munilla Dana Munsey Patricia Murphy Rodney Oziemski Jim Petee Javier Piñeda David Pritchard Betty Quinn Shawn Rice Bryce Richardson Remberto Rodríguez Rolando Rodríguez Clara Romero Graciela Rosas Josephine Sánchez Joseph Santella Jesse Santera Jimmy Sarandis Sylvia Sharpe John Shubeck Eleanor Simons Colin Smith Pita James Smith Ernest Steinhilber,III Isah Marie Tomas Aurora Van de Water Pedro Verastegui Concepción Villaborres Aisha Wade Peter White Elizabeth Woods Giancarlo Zamora Nick Zwatney Please remember to contact the Parish Office when it is appropriate to remove a name from this list or they will be removed after two months. To provide the Eucharist at home for ill parish members or family, call Pedro Valentin at or the parish office at Si estas enfermo o impedido de asistir a la Misa y deseas recibir la Comunión en tu casa, puedes comunicarte con Adriana Morales, Ministry to The Sick
3 St. Louis Parish invites YOU and your family Sunday, June 28th to the Community Breakfast Buffet Serving 8 AM to 11 AM Parroquia de San Luis le invita TU y tu familia estan invitados Domingo, 28 de junio al Desayuno Buffet Comunitario Servicio de 8 AM a 11 AM One Nation under God Saturday, July 4, 10 AM Mass Independance Day Picnic 11-3 All other morning Masses cancelled. 5:30 PM Vigil Mass will be the usual Sunday Mass. Join us in prayer for our country, blessings in celebration of unity, in respect for diversity in a spirit of solidarity in a demonstration of faith in God and his goodness with Liberty and Justice for All in thanksgiving for Our picnic will be FREE for kids 17 and under. Adults 18 and over is $5. We will have a bounce house, water slide, snow cones, kid s games and prizes Kids Life in the Spirit years old July :30 AM - 1:30 PM Be transformed by the power of the Spirit. What is it? Where: Assembly Hall It is not a Bible camp, Cost: $30 it is not a summer camp, Contact: Natalie Bauta at it is not a daycare or It is this:
4 Registration Now Open For Religious Education Classes Early Discount Tuition until August 1, 2015 Baptism Certificate Required for All New Students For Schedule of Classes, Registration Form, Fees, Curriculum, etc. please check our website at org or contact us at: Office of Religious Education , Ext 7017 The One Church One Family Capital Campaign If you made a donation of a $1,000 or more and have not yet filled out your brick inscription, please do so at: You can also take a brick form available at the parish office and fill out manually and return back to us anytime. Here are the instructions for ordering your brick online: * Once at the site, fill out your contact information and choose your brick size ($1,000 donation= 4x8 brick; $2,500 donation= 8x8 brick) * You will then be prompted to fill out your brick inscription. * Once you are finished with inscription, you will be promoted to the payment screen. * If you are enrolled in our automatic recurring credit card payments (or sending monthly pledge payments) just choose payment option Check by Mail and click continue. * You will be promoted to enter a check number. You can either enter your check # related to pledge payments or just enter 1234 and click continue. * You will then have an option to create another order (if you are ordering multiple bricks). If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Angelica Bertot Santibanez, Capital Campaign Director, at , ext or at
5 MorningStar Summer Adult Programs Opportunities for Silent Retreat Mini Retreats - Come to the Quiet: Choose one, two, or all three: Fee: $35 per session or $100 for all three. 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Wednesday, July 1st Thursday, July 23rd Thursday, August 13th Read the Bible 101 New to the Bible? Want to read it but not sure where to begin? This seminar is for you! Fee: $15 Tuesday, June 30th 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM Lectio Divina Learn the long standing tradition in the Church of meditating on Scripture. Fee: $15. Monday, June 29th 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM Exploring Prayer Want to expand your prayerlife? This is an opportunity to learn and experience different prayer forms from the traditions of the church. Fee: $15. What is Spiritual Direction? The gift of discernment is a gift of the Spirit. Learning to listen often happens in relationship. Come explore what Spiritual Direction is and has been for centuries in the lives of God s people. Fee: $15. Tuesday, June 30th 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Monday, June 29th 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Please call or register online * Ph: * web:
6 A Weekend Retreat for Men that are Law Enforcement & Firefighters (past and present) -What is the Men s Law Enforcement & Firefighter Emmaus? It is a retreat put on by men of the law enforcement and fire fighting community, based on the appearance of Jesus to the disciples walking along the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35). -Why a Men s Law Enforcement & Firefighter Emmaus? Because every emergency first responder could use some time away from the hustle and bustle of today s busy world; allowing his Christian brothers in the law enforcement & fire fighting community to serve him. -What happens during the weekend? You will hear a few talks given by different men from different parishes. Still, no lectures or assignments. -When? From Friday evening, July 17 th, through Sunday afternoon, July 19 th, Where? Morning Star Renewal Center 7275 SW 124 th Street Pinecrest, Florida Is there a donation required? Yes, a donation of $ However, do not let this prevent you from attending. If you need any assistance, speak to anyone of the below listed brothers. -If I have any questions, whom should I contact? Mike Kirkland (MDPD) Wil Fleites (MDFR) Robert Costa (MDFR)
7 Stay Connected With Us! twitter.com/stlcatholic1 stlcatholic.org/homilies-from-the-pastor/ stlcatholic.org/live-feed/ Sunday/domingo Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time June 28th Wis 1:13-15; 2: 23-24; 2 Cor 8; 7, 9, 13-15; Mk 5: :00 am + Recently Deceased/St. Louis Parish Family + Arthur DeVillier/Loving Family 8:15 am + Ligia Lugo/Loving Family + Pepe & Gene Garcia/Cary Garcia 9:30 am + Peter Puhlick/Hacker Family Ted & Verónica Credo/Carole Spinger 11:00 am St. Louis Parish Family/Parish Priests + Mercedes Mora/Loving Son Hugo 12:30 pm Gordon Marzouca & Family/Powell Family + Rolando Pastor/Loving Family 5:30 am + Roseline Antoine/Ghislaine Johnson + José Antonio de la Lama/loving Family 7:15 pm + Leandro Garcia/Antonia Hernández + Nicolas Cordero/Isabel Baca Monday/lunes Sts Peter & Paul, apostles June 29th Acts 12: 1-11; 2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18; Mt 16: :30 am + Carlos Garcia-Perez/Juan Carlos Perez 8:30 am Betty Quinn - Happy Birthday/Muffin Ten Girls Tuesday/martes First Martyrs of the Holy Roman Church June 30th Gn 19: 15-29; Mt 8: :30 am + Phyllis Donley/Susan Dunning 8:30 am In Thanksgiving Wednesday/miércoles Bl. Junipero Serra, priests Jul. 1st Gn 21: 5, 8-20; Mt 8: :30 am + Souls in Purgatory 8:30 am + Alex Pattinson/Loving Mother 7:30 pm + Amanda Otero/Peddy Otero + Inés Fuentes/Lorraine Fuentes Mass Intentions, Saints and Readings for the Week Intenciones de la Misa, Santos y Lecturas para la Semana Thursday/jueves Jul 2nd Gn 22: 1-19; Mt 9: 1-8 6:30 am + Souls in Purgatory 8:30 am Oswald A. Joseph - Happy Birthday Friday/viernes St. Thomas, apostle Jul. 3rd Eph 2: 19-22; Jn 20: :30 am + Dennis Phang-Sang/Anita Friedlander 8:30 am Special Intention Saturday/sábado Independence Day Jul. 4th Gn 27: 1-5,15-29; Mt 9: :00 am St. Louis Parish Family/Parish Priests 5:30 pm Julieta Casianan - Special Intention Sunday/domingo Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Jul. 5th Ez 2: 2-5; 2 Cor 12: 7-10; Mk 6: 1-6 7:00 am Mass for Life/Respect Life Ministry 8:15 am + Ligia Lugo/Loving Family + Miguel Antonio Monteverde/Cecilia Monteverde 9:30 am + Lilia Lyden/Mary Pat Berg 11:00 am St. Louis Parish Family/Parish Priests + Jesús Castiel/Loving Daughter 12:30 pm + Souls in Purgatory 5:30 pm Special Intention 7:15 pm + Genaro Llave/Loving Family Isabel Baca - Happy Birthday Next Week s Schedule MASS ALTAR SERVERS LECTORS VOCATION CHALICE* 5:30 pm Witkowskis Mowbray/magluta Stephen Porter ( ) 7:00 am Bailey Waddell/Wiggins Lourdes Manning ( ) 8:15 am Stanham/Reyes -- Zoraida Torres ( ) 9:30 am DeFerraris Ball/Palczynski Bob & Pat Desbiens ( ) 11:00 am Vilomars McDonald/Menicocci Lauren Chue-Sang ( ) 12:30 pm Fuentes/Bauta Icaza/Ceballos Milagros Marrou ( ) 5:30 pm Ortiz/Dunn Youth Miriam Columbro ( ) 7:15 pm Chuy/Hernández -- Oriele Joya-Lobaton ( ) *These are the persons in charge of the scheduling of the Vocation Chalice for the respective Mass. Please call them.
8 Midnight Musings / Pensamientos de Media Noche Victims or Victors Víctimas o Victoriosos Mother Emanuel must be proud of her children! They made a great showing of how Christians can live and die. Although Emanuel African American Methodist Church in Charleston, SC, had to bury nine children, the Church must rejoice in the victory that they share in God s kingdom. The nine who died shared much in common. They were faith-filled: the last hour of their lives they were sharing the Word of God in scripture and praying. They were welcoming: they opened their bible study to a young white man to make him feel at home in their Black community. They were united: made one in Christ, in prayer, in his Word and in service, they became one in death that would lead them to eternal life. On Wednesday night, they went to Church in Charleston, and they ended up going on to eternal life in heaven. The 41-year-old pastor, Rev. Clemente Pinckney, and the eight others shot to death probably lived as committed Christians, if anything can be judged from the comments of their families and friends after the horrific killings. They spoke of forgiveness, even as they addressed the court and the murderer at his arraignment. I acknowledge that I am very angry, said Bethane Middleton-Brown, the sister of one of the murdered parishioners. But she taught me that we are the family that love built. We have no room for hating. Another relative, talking about his sister who died, asked that people not call her a victim. He made the point that she was not a victim, but she was a Christian, who lived her faith she was victorious! Whether Christians die at the hands of Mideastern terrorists or American racists, they live out the indomitable hope that St. Paul proclaimed to the Church in Rome: I consider that the sufferings of this present time are as nothing compared with the glory to be revealed for us We know that all things work for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose What then shall we say to this? If God is for us, who can be against us? What will separate us from the love of Christ? Will anguish, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or the sword? As it is written: For your sake we are being slain all the day; we are looked upon as sheep to be slaughtered. No, in all these things we conquer overwhelmingly through him who loved us (Romans: 18, 28, 31, 32-15) St. Paul makes it clear the dead in Charleston are not victims but victors! La Madre Emanuel debe estar muy orgullosa de sus hijos. Hicieron una buena presentación de cómo los Cristianos pueden vivir y morir. Aunque Emanuel, una Iglesia Metodista Afro-Americana en Charleston, Carolina del Sur, ha tenido que dar sepultura a nueve de sus hijos, la Iglesia debe regocijarse en la victoria que comparten en el Reino de Dios. Los nueve que murieron tienen mucho en común. Estaban llenos de fe: la última hora de sus vidas estaban compartiendo la Palabra de Dios en las escrituras y en las oraciones. Estaban dando la bienvenida: abrieron su estudio bíblico a un jóven blanco para hacerlo sentir acogido en una comunidad negra. Estaban unidos: uno en Cristo, en oración, en su Palabra y en su servicio, pasaron a ser uno en la muerte que los conduce a la vida eterna. El miércoles en la noche, fueron a la Iglesia en Charleston, y terminaron llendo al cielo a la vida eterna. El Pastor de 41 años, Reverendo Clemente Pinckney, y los otros ocho muertos probablemente vivían como una comunidad Cristiana, si juzgamos de acuerdo con los comentarios de sus familiares y amigos después de la horrible masacre. Ellos hablaron de perdón, aún cuando se presentaron en la corte y ante el jóven arrestado. Reconozco que tengo mucho rencor, dijo Bethane Middleton-Brown, hermana de una de los feligreses muertos. Pero ella me enseñó que somos una familia creada en el amor. No tenemos lugar para el odio. Otro pariente, hablando sobre su hermana muerta, pidió que no la llamaran víctima El aclaró que ella no era una víctima, que ella era Cristiana, que vivió su fe - ella era victoriosa. Sea que los Cristianos mueran a manos de terroristas del Medio-oriente o racistas americanos, ellos viven la indomable esperanza que San Pablo proclamó a la Iglesia de Roma: Estimo que los sufrimientos del tiempo presente no se pueden comparar con la gloria que se ha de revelar en nosotros... Qué podemos decir ante esto? Si Dios esta en nuestra parte, quién estará en contra? Quién nos apartará del amor de Cristo? Tribulaciones, angustia, persecución, hambre, desnudez, peligro, espada? Como dice el texto: Por tu causa somos entregados contínuamente a la muerte, nos tratan como a ovejas destinadas al matadero. En todas esas circunstancias salimos más que vencedores gracias al que nos amó (Romanos 8:18, 28, 33-35). San Pablo lo dice claro - los muertos en Charleston no son víctimas sino victoriosos.