1 WELCOME To The Regional Parishes of Tacoma The Bulletin of Information and Activities 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time July 5, 2015 Your Pastoral Team: Fr. Tuan Nguyen, D. Min. Regional Pastor Fr. Laga Paulo Olaaiga PV Parochial Vicar Fr. J. Carlos Saenz PV Parochial Vicar Emergency Contact Sr. Mary: (253) Little girl, I say to you, arise! (Mark 5:41) MABUHAY! Welcome! Hafa Adai! Shalom! Chào Mừng Afio mai! Bienvenidos! Sacred Heart Parish 4520 McKinley Avenue Tacoma, WA (253) Masses / Misas Sunday 10:00am English Mon & Fri 8:00am English Dominical Español Sábado 7:00pm Domingo 8:00am y 12:00 Medodía Jueves 7:00pm Español Reconciliation / Confesiones During office hours only: Tue to Fri Make sure Fr. Kokol (Carlos) is in. Call office or him. No appointments! St. Ann Parish 7025 South Park Avenue Tacoma, WA (253) English Masses & Reconciliation Reconciliation: Sat. 4:00pm Saturday at 5:00pm Sunday at 9:30am Weekdays (Tue/Wed/Thu) at 8:00am Tuesday Mass at 5:00pm Friday Mass at 7:00pm Vietnamese Mass: Reconciliation: Sun. 3:00pm Sunday at 4:00pm St. John of the Woods Parish th Avenue East Tacoma (Midland), WA (253) English Masses & Reconciliation Reconciliation: Sat. 4:30pm Saturday at 5:30pm Sunday at 8:00am & 11:00am Weekdays (Tue/Wed/Fri) at 9:30am You can find more information and activities on the web at
2 Pastor s Letter Dear Parishioners, Happy Independence Day to you! We welcome all guests and visitors to our regional parishes, and may you have a wonderful time with the event that you are participating in. Some of you are here for the celebration of the Vietnamese Youth Convention (In Christ Alone!) at The Pacific Lutherans University. This event is very special for the Vietnamese Youth Group throughout the United States of America who gathers once every three years to pray and to celebrate the spirit of youth. At this gathering they will remember the formal Cardinal Francis Nguyen van Thuan, who started this event (youth gathering) before he died. We thank all the guests and visitors for stopping by to visit our parishes. We thank you for joining us to celebrate the Independence Day weekend and may the Lord continue to bless upon you and your family! It is a joyful weekend and we thank God for the blessing upon our country and our family. We thank you for remembering your parish and Faith Community while you are away for your vacation. We have a wonderful online giving program and you are very faithful with your stewardship to share your blessing with your parish. Summer is a wonderful time for being with the family, as we are able to have the time to celebrate our life and family events. We have the parish grounds that need us to water it during the dry season (summer), so all the plants and flowers can remain green and alive. We thank all the volunteers for keeping our parishes ground green. It is hard for only a few people and this makes it difficult for them to fulfill their tasks. If you are around for the summer, please come to assist us with what you can do to keep all the plants alive and flowers blooming. I met with the parish team for our transition of the Priests at Sacred Heart s Church. Father KoKol and Father McDermott met at the Priest s Day. I also had the opportunity to meet with both of them and I am working with the parish leadership to have a date to thank Father Juan Carlos for taking his time to care for us and to welcome Father McDermott for his willingness. We will keep you informed on what I know so we can prepare on what we need to do at this time of transition. I thank you for enrolling your children into the summer school at St. Ann s Church. The children will learn how to appreciate their parents, how to take care of themselves, how to enjoy time with their friends in study, in playing the games together and in praying together to support the ministry of the parish. We thank you for your support of the Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA). We are asking you to participate in the campaign, so if you have not filled in a commitment card or returned it in to the parish office, please do so. It is important to assist this campaign, because we will receive the rebate for our parish s special project. We are very happy to have both parishes of St. Ann s Catholic Church and St. John of the Woods Church reach their goal. We are still praying for our Sister Parish of Sacred Heart s Church to also reach her goal, so it will be a successful ACA campaign (each parish obtaining its goal). We had a wonderful time with a big group of the Eucharistic Youth Group from the Vietnamese Catholic Community. They spent time to know each other, support each other to learn the Bible, and how to be a good leader through practice. They have a good leader who has a strong formation in the Church s teaching, Bible study, and discipline areas of life. It was wonderful for me to witness them by observing them to practice their leadership in leading each other at the summer camp. I met with the committee for the Parish Picnic both at St. Ann and St. John of the Woods Church. There is information for the parish picnic and you are cordially invited to come. Father Laga is on vacation and he will be back on July 20 th. He has not visited his family for several years, so it is a good time for him to go and visit them. We thank you for your support of his ministry. I thank the outreach ministers who continue to assist us to bring Communion to the homebound. Father Laga is away for a vacation, so Fr. Kokol and I will fill in to celebrate the Nursing Home Mass. I thank the homebound ministers who assist me when I am visiting in the nursing home that you are serving. We ask those parishioners who are concerned about the project of planting the new trees in the field (that we had harvested a few years ago) to come to a meeting. We planted the first round and a few survived and we are planning to plant again (the second time). Before, we do this, we would like to invite someone who has some knowledge on logging and planting the new trees to meet with us. So, we invite Joe to give us his information and insights. Please assist us by coming to this meeting, so we can make the right decision on what is best for our parish. I love this prayer when I heard it from Bishop Michael Barber, who shared it with us at Priest s Day (he found it from a newspaper and had cut it out and kept it in his pocket for many years and uses it as it reminds him of the priest) so I like to share it with you. The Priest no matter where he is located, the diocesan priest has to be the sharer of secrets, the carrier of burdens, the fountain of consolation, and the pillar of strength, Solitary, he called father by thousands; poor, he enriches the lives of thousands; weak, he gives strength thousands; unimportant he does things each day whose importance cannot be told in any tongue on earth. He is never too busy to hear another s sorrows; often too busy to realize his own burdens. He is a 24-hour-a-day man. He is called from his dinner; wakened from his sleep; disturbed at his prayers. He is at the beck and call of any of his people. He is the target of God s enemies, the magnet of God s needy. Occasionally, he attracts attention; but usually he works unnoticed and unacclaimed while he does the noblest work on earth ---keeps Christ in the lives of the people. During this period of transition, please keep the Priests in your prayers. I thank you for your support and prayers. May the Lord continue to bless upon you and your family! Sincerely Yours in Christ, Fr. Tuan Nguyen, D. Min Regional Pastor Our website: Please remember your parish in your Will.
3 Community Center Emergency Contact Sr. Mary: (253) PRIESTS: Fr. Tuan Nguyen D. Min., Pastor (253) Fr. J. Carlos Saenz, Parochial Vicar (253) Fr. Laga Paulo Olaaiga, Parochial Vicar (206) Fr. Joseph Dang Vu, In Residence (360) Para información en Español vea las páginas 8-9 CONFESSIONS: on weekends before each scheduled mass or by appointment CONFIRMATION: Fr. Laga Paulo Olaaiga (206) or RELIGIOUS EDUCATION and BAPTISM: Sr. Theresa Nguyen (253) ; BULLETIN EDITOR & CONTACTS: Sr. Theresa Nguyen - (253) or ACCOUNTANT: Anna Nichols (360) MAINTENANCE: Don McMakin (253) OUTREACH/ HOME BOUND MINISTRY: Sr. Mary Van Vu (253) MARRIAGE PREP/ANNULMENTS: Deacon Mike Teskey (253) WEDDINGS: Fr. Tuan Nguyen Arrangement should be made with the Pastor at least 6 months in advance. Save the Date: REGIONAL FAITH FORMATION WORKSHOP Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015 Time: 9:30am to 1:30pm Place: St. Ann Church and Hall Preparation of Marriage Class Congratulations to nine people who just completed the two months Preparation of Marriage Class at St. Ann s. Thank you Fr. Tuan and the Core Team for your talents and time for helping young marriage couples so they can be ready for their future family. Thank you and may God bless you all. Baptism Preparation Class in July 2015 Class will be offered for parents and godparents who have new born babies and children under 7 years old. Class on this week July 11th from 10:00am -12:00 noon at St. Ann s Library. Please call Sr. Theresa at Marriage Preparation Visitation Church 3314 S. 58 th Street in Tacoma October 16/17 th, Friday time is 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm - Saturday time is 8:45am to 5:30 pm. The cost is $275 per couple to cover materials expense, room cost, lunch and refreshments. Some additional study time is required. Contact Deacon Mike Teskey, Formation Coordinator at (253) for registration/questions. It is almost time for our Annual Parish Picnic Religious Education Looking for a way to give back to the church? Stewardship-time-Talent? Teaching Religious Education or helping with the Confirmation Program may be for you. As Catholics our responsibility is to play an active part in educating the young people of our parish. If you do not feel you can be a teacher, please consider being an aide. Please contact Sr. Theresa: DON T FORGET YOUR CHURCH!!! St. Ann: Parish Picnic and celebration of the Feast Day of our Patron Saint Ann Sunday, July 26th, Mass at 11:00 A.M. Prizes for the raffle at the picnic will be on sale after weekend Masses and on the day of the picnic. St. John of the Woods: Parish Picnic Day August 16, 2015 Mass at 11:00 A.M then picnic follow after Mass. All are invited. During the summer months, many of parishioners are away from the parish on weekends. We hope and pray that it is a much needed time of recreation and relaxation for you. The Sunday collection is very important for us to maintain our fiscal responsibilities. So, if you are away on a Sunday, ENJOY; but, remember YOUR church. Thank you 2
4 Regional Center Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament (In Church Only) ST. ANN: 8:30am - 7:00pm Thursdays 5pm - 7pm Tuesdays Divine Mercy & Mass (Samoan Comm.) 7:00pm Fridays Mass (Vietnamese Language) ST. JOHN OF THE WOODS: 10:00am - Noon Wednesdays 7:00-9:00pm - Mondays SACRED HEART: 9:00AM-6:30PM Every Thursday 8:30am - Noon Every first Friday Mass Schedule for July at Nursing Homes Date Time Nursing Home Thursday 16th 10:00 am King s Manor Outreach If you or someone you know is homebound, or if you have family members who need a visit at this time, please call Fr. Tuan or parish offices to arrange the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick or to receive Holy communion. Sr. Mary and the Sisters will be at their annual retreat. Please pray for them. "Serra Club of Tacoma-Pierce County will meet at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Parish in Tacoma on Wednesday, July 15th. Mass will be celebrated at NOON followed by a luncheon with a guest speaker. The Serra Club promotes vocations to the Priesthood and religious life. If you wish to attend this event in order to learn more about Serra Club or would like more information about Serra, please contact: Clarence and Barbara Leingang at or Florence and Jim Reardon, , Supper for our Priests Priests would like to say thank you to those who have been making meals for them every Thursday. The number of priests are four. They would appreciate your care and generosity. If you are interested, please call Sr. Theresa (253) Meals could be brought around 3:30-4pm to the St. Ann s Rectory. Support Your Parish With Online Donations Make online Donations with a credit card or debit card. There are 3 ways to enroll online donations through ParishPay: Online: go to ParishPay.com and click the Start Giving. Phone: or 866-PARISH-1. Call parish office, we are glad to assist you. Parishioner Benefits * Set up your contributions & change them any time at any location * No need to write checks * Select credit card or checking account for contributions * Account & contribution information encrypted and stored securely * Contributions are scheduled for your convenience 3 Our Treasured Tradition... Ember Days by Barbara & Clarence Leingang Ember Days are special days set aside by the Church to focus on God through His marvelous creations. They have their beginning in the early Church and were in conjunction with the natural seasons. History tells us that the origin of Ember days goes back to pagan Rome and the observance of agricultural practices. The early Church had always tried to sanctify heathen practices into the life of the Church if they could be utilized for a good purpose. The name came from the Latin Quator Empora and refers to the start of a new season (four times a year). The time frame for the three days (Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) of the seasonal week is: Winter after the feast of St. Lucy; Spring: after Ash Wednesday; Summer: after Pentecost; Fall: after the Feast of the Holy Cross. The specific days were representative as such: Wednesday the day Jesus was betrayed, Friday the day He died, and Saturday the day He was entombed. The Ember days were special penitential days of partial abstinence (meat at the principal meal) and of fast (one main meal and two smaller ones). Within the Church, these days continue to be observed on the liturgical calendar by those using the Indult to follow the Tridentine liturgical regulations. They do not occupy fixed days on the calendar of the current Roman Rite. The General Instruction does provide for the establishment of such days by episcopal conferences. More specifically, Pope Paul VI, in 1966, did exclude Ember Days in his Apostolic Constitution (Paenitemni). In 1969, the liturgical reforms altered how Ember Days would be observed in Parishes. Read Eccl. 3:1-8 Á time to be born etc. for a Biblical reference to the origin behind the Ember Days. Reference: EWTN, Acquinas website, Catholic Encyclopedia Marriage questions from the USCCB website by Barbara & Clarence Leingang Why does the church teach that marriage is a sacrament? The sacraments make Christ present in our midst. Like the other sacraments, marriage is not just for the good of individuals, or the couple, but for the community as a whole. The Catholic Church teaches that marriage between two baptized persons is a sacrament. The Old Testament prophets saw the marriage of a man and woman as a symbol of the covenant relationship between God and his people. The permanent and exclusive union between husband and wife mirrors the mutual commitment between God and his people. The Letter to the Ephesians says that this union is a symbol of the rela- St. Ann s Adult ESL Program Saturday 6:00-8:00 pm; Sunday 5:30-7:30 pm Classes for English as a Second Language (ESL) are being planned for Vietnamese, Samoan and Spanish speaking parishioners. This class will help students communicate and survive using English. In this class, you will learn how to have everyday conversations, how to go to the doctor, as well as apply for a job. While learning these skills, you will improve speaking, listening, writing, and reading in order to help you communicate and understand. You will also learn about American culture so that you can effectively handle American social situations both formal and casual. Please contact Sr. Mary or
5 Regional Center Come Join us in Prayer for Our Country Patriotic Rosary & Mass Thursday, July 2, :00PM St. Ann Church 7025 So Park Ave. Tacoma, Wa The Patriotic Rosary is prayed for every state in our country and for all of our legislative offices. It takes approximately 50 min and will be followed by Mass. Military and Veterans are encouraged to wear uniforms. All are invited. Questions: Janet Byard Prayer of the Faithful ~ July 5th That Church leaders may have the courage to stand firm in the teachings of Christ and preach the true freedom that he brings, we pray to the Lord... Respect Life Regarding the June 26th Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage "Regardless of what a narrow majority of the Supreme Court may declare at this moment in history, the nature of the human person and marriage remains unchanged and unchangeable. Just as Roe v. Wade did not settle the question of abortion over forty years ago, Obergefell v. Hodges does not settle the question of marriage today. Neither decision is rooted in the truth, and as a result, both will eventually fail. Today the Court is wrong again. It is profoundly immoral and unjust for the government to declare that two people of the same sex can constitute a mariage." ~Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz; President of the USCCB Celebrate Catholic Sisterhood with Lunch on the Norwegian Jewel! The Seattle Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women invite you to Pier 66 on Saturday, August 8 from 11am to 2:30pm. "Fun"draiser is $50 per person and preregistration by July 31 required. Register at: vrqx4d. If unable to come, you can support Seattle ACCW projects including Seminarian Aid with our BIG 5 Raffle. For tickets call Suzanne Lindergren or Kathleen Tansey More information at Youth Summer Camp The Eucharistic Youth Group at St. Ann s took off for Summer Camping at Game Farm Wilderness Park at Auburn. There were 60 children from St. Ann s who gathered with 150 from Auburn and Olympia including youth leaders and a few parents. Thank you all of the chaperones for taking time to help our children. They were so excited to go and to prepare many different games, activities and performances. We enjoyed camping and learned from each other at the camp as well as have a relaxing summer for the year Thank you the leaders and parents. Up dated for Annual Catholic Appeal 2015 Your gift can still help the Annual Catholic Appeal by its support of more than 60 ministries and services that are offered to thousands of individuals across Western Washington. If you haven t already made your gift, won t you please consider making a gift this year? No gift is too small. We appreciate you participation. You can go online to or use a pledge envelope. You can call or Thank you! St. John of the Woods Goal: $27,128 Household: 335 Pledges: $38,733 Potential Rebate: $11,604 Participation: 51% Thank you for your participation. St. Ann Goal: $36, 511 Household: 544 Pledges: $61,643 Payment: $47,145 Participation: 51% Thank you for your participation Sacred Heart Goal: $28,600 Household: 1755 Participation: 8% Pledges: $30,952 Payment: $19,788 We need more participation 4
6 ST. ANN PARISH (253) Fax (253) Parish Secretary: Carmen Lozano Ext. 100 Pastoral Assist., Vietnamese Contact: Sr. Theresa (253) Samoan Contact: Filipo Faleono Pastoral Council: Cathy Bunger (253) Liturgy Ministry: Emma Caintic (253) Finance Council: Bob Richardson (253) St. Vincent DePaul: Richard McMakin (253) Mission Statement: We, parishioners of St Ann Parish, are a Catholic faith community in the south end of Tacoma who proclaim the Gospels and embrace our many cultures and the gifts we share. We come together as one faith community to celebrate the Eucharist and the Sacraments. We are grateful to those who built this place of worship with faith, sacrifice and sanctified it with their many years of devotion. We remain focused on our Roman Catholic traditions and promote an environment of hope, where all can grow into the likeness of Christ. This week in our Parish July 6, 2015 Monday: 6 PM Samoan Choir- Tuesday: 8 AM Mass 10 PM SVDP M.C. 5 PM Divine Mercy /No evening Mass Wednesday: 8 AM Mass 6 PM Samoan Choir Church Thursday: 8 AM Mass Adoration after Mass 7PM 10 AM SVDP-M.C. Friday No A.M. Mass 5 PM Outreach-Chapel 6 PM Confessions 7 PM Vietnamese Mass-CH 7 PM Emmanuel Choir- Chapel Saturday 10 AM Baptism Class-MC 4 PM Confessions 5 PM Mass 6 PM Samoan Choir-Church Sunday: 9:30 AM Mass Coffee & Donuts after Mass/Hall Vietnamese Community 1 PM Youth Class-School 1:30 PM TNTT Youth-M.C/Old Chapel 3 PM Confessions 4 PM Vietnamese Mass Stewardship In Our Parish Weekend of: June 27th & 28th $3,691 Thank You! Please Pray for: Yvonne Boukal Bob Bockman Sr. Janet Curtright Charlotte DiStefano Joshua Gallagher Kathleen Genge Ed Glass George Harmon Jr. Virginia Haywood Doug Herzog Jackie Lane Michelle Lane Samantha Lawrence Donna Majeres Terry Mathern Wesley McMakin Neagle Fam. John Nolte Dale Philips Bob Richardson Thad Richardson Valerie Rochefort Jerry Rochefort Charles Salle Milla Schlatter Georgia Williams Joan Woodring Alisa Wooten Virginia Wooten Gerry Johnson Lillian Erdman In our prayers We pray for all servicemen and women and for their families. Eternal Rest..We pray for the fullness of eternal life for Aitogi Taase, Rita Fernandez, and Ron Dent who died recently. Our prayers and sympathy are with their families. Outreach If you or someone you know is homebound, or if you have family members who needs a visit at this time, please call Fr. Tuan or parish offices to arrange the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick or to receive Holy communion. Sr. Mary and the Sisters will be away at their annual retreat. We have not heard from everyone in the parish if you have not yet given to the 2015 Annual Catholic Appeal Campaign, I am asking you to consider a gift of a $1/day or $365, although gifts of any amount are needed and greatly appreciated! (spread payments out until April 2016) Your gift will help us fund our parish project once we surpass our goal and start collecting our rebate! It s not just about the money we raise for more than 60 ministries and services, but more importantly, it s about all of us participating to help support the mission of the Church in Western Washington. Thank you to all that have returned your pledge envelope! We have received 295 pledge envelopes. We have 544 registered parishioners Thank You! A clap of hands and thumbs up to all the volunteers, especially those who work daily, keeping our grounds in such beautiful condition. The flowers are gorgeous and make our corner of the city look special! Congratulations to Carmela St. Pierre Who celebrated her birthday July 1st She has been an active member of St. Ann parish for over 23 years. Thank you and may God bless Carmela!! K of C If you are a member of The K of C or are interested in joining, please come to the meeting on July 14th in the school building. Representatives from St. John Bosco will be here to provide information at 6:30 p.m. Up Coming Parish Events Seniors July Meeting You are invited to attend Mass and anointing of the sick on Thursday, July 16th at 11:00 a.m. followed by potluck lunch in the Parish Hall. Please bring a favorite dish to share. The seniors monthly meeting will follow the lunch. We look forward to having you join us. For more information, please call Kathy at or Angela at Join us for an evening of fun! Friday, July 17th in the Parish hall at 7PM St. Ann Parish Picnic Our annual parish picnic will be held on, Sunday, July 26th, the feast day of our patron St. Ann. We are asking for volunteers to donate items for the raffle for our picnic. Please call the following contact persons for further information: Gale Jensen or Eldon Weber The Mass on Sunday, July 26th will be at 11 AM. There will be no 9:30 AM and 4 PM Mass that day.
7 ST. JOHN OF THE WOODS PARISH (253) Fax (253) Parish Secretary: Susan Teskey Pastoral Assistant: Sr. Theresa (253) (Tuesday & Friday) Parish Pastoral Council: James Hardesty (253) Liturgy Ministry: Joan O Shea (253) Finance Council :Gaye Dolan (253) Lazarus Commission: Natalie Vieira (253) Facilities Council: Richard Severson (253) Music Ministry: Nancy Burkholder (253) Bible for Adults: Brenda Kelly (253) Stewardship Commission: Tom & Marge Berntsen (253) Youth ministry: Jacob Hayden (253) or Mission Statement: St. John of the Woods is a rural Catholic community centered in Jesus Christ, growing in faith and sharing the Word of God through the Eucharist and our Sacraments. We are a welcoming parish of active, involved people of all ages and cultures, serving families and recognizing the gifts that each person brings. 14th Sunday Ordinary Time Weekly Calendar July 5, 2015 MONDAY July 6: NO MASS Blessed Sacrament Adoration 7pm 8pm TUESDAY July 7: Waxing Hall Floor Mass 9:30am WEDNESDAY July 8: Waxing Hall Floor Mass 9:30am Adoration 10am Choir 6:30pm THURSDAY July 9: NO MASS FRIDAY July 10: Mass 9:30am SATURDAY July 11: Confessions 4:30pm Mass 5:30pm SUNDAY July 12: Masses 8am & 11am Coffee hour after all Masses Congratulations'! & THANK YOU to all the parishioners who participated in this years 2015 Annual Catholic Appeal 12 caramel apple, 9 apple, 8 peach, 8 cherry, 8 blueberry 10 apple (no sugar added) Stewardship Corner Are your meals a sacramental experience? Do you say Grace before every meal? If not Why? At our home we say Grace at every meal. If we are eating out at a restaurant we also pray and we are not uncomfortable doing so. It has become a way of life to Thank God for the gifts he affords us. When celebrating an event at church Grace is a wonderful blessing that we say and enjoy! I have a special Grace Prayer to share with you: Bless us O Lord and all the people whose Labor and love makes this meal and God s Mission through us possible; The farmers and workers, the truckers and merchants, The shopkeepers and sellers, And all who work for an honest day s wage. Bless our family and friends, living and dead, Whose prayers and generosity sustain us In our life and work to share God s gifts with all we meet. Through Christ our Lord, Amen (Fr. Joseph Veneroso, M.M. Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers) Time Talent Treasure June 28, envelopes used Total $3, Thank You! Stewardship Commission St John of the Woods Reforestation Project Do you have questions? Do you have concerns? Come to the parish hall on Thursday July 9th at 6:30pm to meet with Joe Staley of NorthWind Forest Consultants to ask questions and get answers. Come Join us! Serra Club (vocations) will be meeting at Our Lady Queen of Heaven on Wednesday July 15th with Mass at noon followed by a luncheon Anyone from the parish is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there. 6 Margaret Wojtanowicz, Adam Gallagher, Daniel E. Parker, Theresa Riendeau, June Dye, Alice Doidge, Larry & Jan Tally, Hilde Salzbur, Joe Penry, Brandon Clarno, Lil Copeland, Ann Gannon, Arthur Curvier, Isaiah Williams, Dan & Susan Kitaji, Jan Gratzer, Chris Burkholder, MaryAnn Straling, Ken Knobbe, Esther Wilder, Robert Taitano, Nancy Mazzine, Steven Borris, Ivern Rubida, Beckett Eells, Wanda Swanson, In Military Service: SPC-Sean Gilson & Cody Matheason Mom s PE What: For mothers looking for some exercise. We will be doing several different types of exercises. When: Starting Saturday, July 11th 8am to 9am Meeting every Saturday Where: St John of the Woods Hall Who: Amber Goldade or Melanie Hendershot teaches the homeschool children PE on Fridays. Now she s going to teach the mothers on Saturday. Come check us out!
8 SACRED HEART PARISH Tel. (253) Fax (253) STAFF / PERSONAL: PASTOR / PARROCO......Ext. 103 Fr. Tuan V. Nguyen PAROCHIAL VICAR / VICARIO PARROQUIA...Ext. 107 Fr. Juan Carlos Saenz PARISH SECRETARY / SECRETARIA......Ext. 100 Luz M. Paredes Lazarus Ministry Chuck Ross St. Vincent De Paul Claudia K. Ehreth MISSIONERIES EXT 109 EDIBERO LUNA web: trparishes.org MISSION STATEMENT We are a people of God unified in his love. As Roman Catholic Community, we are faithful to Jesus teachings and our Sacred Catholic Tradition. Our devotion to the Lord comes from the Liturgy, the Sacraments and multiethnic people who embrace our community and welcome all newcomers. We foster the unique expressions of each culture and honor the gifts they bring. Through our commitment to Christ s Commandments, we provide an environment that will foster spiritual growth and reflect Jesus love for all in our community. Parish calendar Rosary 30 minutes before Mass Monday, July 6 8:00 am Mass Tuesday July 7 Choir practice 7:00 pm Thursday July 9 Exposition of the blessed Sacrament 9:00 am to 6:30 pm Friday July 10th 8:00 am Mass Sunday, July 12 10:00 am Mass 11am Coffee Hour REMINDER: Reconciliation held after each Mass Stewardship in Our Parish For : Weekly budget June $ 3, We need your help for 1-2 Sundays / month to serve at Mass. Ushers, Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors and altar Servers are needed to serve our community at 10:00 am Sunday Mass Please contact: Bernie Wymore at or Leave a message at SAN VINCENT DE PAUL Mass Intentions Onosai Aulava, Ruth Bones, Billy Bones, Josie Bigler, Chris Bilyeu, Louis Castrilli, Hellen Castrilli, Katherine Carson, Rosario Delgadillo, Juana Freeman, Ben Freudenstein, Ernesto Fuentes, JoAnn Garner, Claire M. Hickey, Diene Holby, Helen Horak, Joshua Horak, Brenda Hurtado, Lois Jensen, Pam Knoll, Veronica Maltatti, Dianne Martin, Janet Miller, JoAnn Paul, Sharon Penhale, Ashley Remigton, Theresa Rotter, Sherry Simpson, Evelyn Stankevich, Robert Stets. Pray for those in need of prayer, all the sick and homebound members of our faith community, For our military: All men and women in Iraq and other parts of the world and their families. Your gift can still help the annual Catholic Appeal, if you haven t already made your gift, won t you please consider making a gift this year? Sacred Heart Goal is : $28, Answering phone calls Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 to 11:00 am only MUST BE IN CHURCH BOUNDARIES Call at: ext. 104 Offering only food vouchers and Utility UNIQUE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Do you have a genuine concern for the welfare of vulnerable adults and the desire to make a difference in their lives? Our dedicated volunteers are trained to listen to the concerns of adults residing in long-term care facilities, answer their questions and help resolve their problems. We empower residents and provide them a voice. If you would like more information about joining us, please contact your- Pierce County Long Term Care Ombudsman. By phone: By 7
9 14 domingo del tiempo ordinario 5 de julio 2015 Queridos Feligreses: Feliz día de la Independencia! Damos la bienvenida a quienes nos visitan en nuestras tres parroquias que pasen un buen tiempo en cualquier evento que vayan a participar. Algunos han venido a la convención de jóvenes de Vietnam se reúnen a orar y a celebrar el Joven Espíritu (A solas con Cristo) que se lleva a cabo cada tres anos en los Estados Unidos se llevo a cabo en la Universidad Luterana del Pacifico. En este evento se hará mención de el Cardenal Nguyen Van Tuan fue quien fundó este programa antes de Morir. Gracias a los visitantes e invitados por pasar a saludar a los sacerdotes. Les agradecemos por unirse a nosotros para celebrar el día de la Independencia que nuestro Señor continúe bendiciéndoles a todos!, fue un fin de semana maravillosos Le dimos gracias a Dios agradeciendo a Dios por las bendiciones sobre nuestra nación y a nuestra familia. Les doy las gracias por no olvidar nuestra parroquia mientras salen de vacaciones, tenemos un buen programa de donación en el internet y eres fiel con tu corresponsabilidad compartiendo tus bendiciones con la parroquia. El verano es maravilloso para estar con la familia, pues nos da tiempo para celebrar diferentes eventos con la familia. Nuestras plantas, flores y pasto necesitan agua en esta época de verano, para que se mantengan vivas se necesitan voluntarios para que vengan a regar, doy gracias a los voluntarios por ayudar en dar mantenimiento a los alrededores del templo. Es muy difícil con muy poca ayuda, si durante el verano tienen tiempo denos una ayudita. Para que las plantas mantengan vida. Me reuní con el Nuevo sacerdote Padre McDermont y padre Juan Carlos en el retiro de sacerdotes que tuvimos. Tuve también la oportunidad de planear una reunión con los líderes de la parroquia pues necesitamos prepararnos en lo que necesitaremos para la transición les tendré informados al respecto. Agradezco a todos los que ayudaron en la Campana Católica Anual (ACA) les pido a los que completaron su tarjeta de compromiso que continúen enviando su mensualidad. Esta campaña es muy importante para que podamos recibir el reembolso para nuestro proyecto. El Obispo Michael Barber compartió con nosotros en el retiro de sacerdotes esto: No importa en la diócesis donde se encuentre el sacerdote debe compartir los secretos, la carga de la carrera, la fuente de consolación, debe ser el pillar de la fuerza, de solidaridad, el es llamado Padre por muchos, en la pobreza enriquece la vida de miles; en la debilidad da fuerza a miles; cada día hace cosas sin importancia dando importancia a quienes ninguna lengua en la tierra puede decir. Nunca está ocupado para escuchar otra tristeza; frecuentemente está ocupado para darse cuenta de sus propias preocupaciones. El es un hombre de 24 horas día a día. Olvida su hora de comida; le despiertan cuando duerme; lo distraen cuando esta orando. El es la persona de los enemigos de Dios, el imán de los necesitados de Dios. Ocasionalmente atrae atención; pero usualmente trabaja sin darse a conocer, sin reclamos mientras hace trabajos nobles en la tierra mantiene a Cristo en la vida de las personas Durante esta época de transición por favor lleve en sus oraciones a los sacerdotes. Gracias por tu apoyo y oraciones. Que nuestro Señor continúe derramando bendiciones sobre ti y tu familia! Atentamente de Ustedes en Cristo, Fr. Tuan Nguyen D. Min Padtor Pastor ADORACION AL SANTISIMO Todos los Jueves de 9AM a 6:30 PM primer Viernes de Mes 9AM a 12 pm Y de 6:30 pm a 9:00 pm Grupo de Adoracion Nocturna solo para mujeres Vigilia Adoracion al Santisimo cada segundos viernes de mes 8:30 pm a 5:00 am MISAS en ESPAÑOL Jueves y Sábado 7:00PM Domingo 8am y 12 medio dia En Inglés: Domingos 10 :00 am - Lunes y Viernes 8:00AM Movimiento Sacerdotal Mariano invita a rezar el Rosario todos los Miercoles 6:00 PM EN EL TEMPLO COLOR LITURGICO PARA EL TEMPLO: Jueves 9 verde Sabado 11 y domingo 12 verde LECTURAS: JUEVES 9 Leccionario II Pagina # 487 SABADO 11 Y DOMINGO 12: Lecionario II pagina 125 Nuestro Diezmo Collecta del 28 de Junio, 2015 $ 3, Por su generosidad TEN PIEDAD DE NOSOTROS, TEN PIEDAD Ez 2: 2-5; 2Co 12: 7-10; Mc 6: 1-6 Lunes 6 de Julio Gn 28: 10-22; Mt 9: Martes 7 de Julio Gn 32: 22-32; Mt 9: Miércoles 8 de Julio Gn 41: 55-57; 42, ; Mt 10: 1-7 Jueves 9 de Julio Gn 44: ; 45, 1-5; Mt 10:7-15 Viernes 10 de Julio Gn 46: ; Mt 10: Sábado 4 de Julio Gn 49: 29-50, 15-26; Mt 10:
10 INFORMACION COMUNITARIA Nuestra Página Regional Web: trparishes.org PLATICAS PRE-BAUTISMALES 25 de Julio en el Salon parroquial De 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Por favor pase a la oficina para hacer los tramites necesarios REQUISITOS ANTES DE VENIR A LA CLASE : Necesita la visita de un sacerdote, o * Acta de nacimiento del Niño (a) que que le lleven la communion a su casa o va a bautizar al hospital? * Padrinos casados por la Iglesia, traer por favor llame a: comprobante de que estan casados oficina por la Iglesia. Misioneros Si vienen de otra parroquia deben traer permiso para poder bautizar aqui CONFESIONES No necesita Hacer cita solamente llame ala oficina y pregunte por el Sacerdote. MINISTERIOS Presidente del Consejo Pastoral Hector Andres Vicepresidente del Consejo Pastoral Miguel A. Domingo Coordinadora de Liturgia/Español Herlinda Martin Cordinadora de Catequesis María Esther Morales * Coordinadora de procesos de Matrimonio/Español Gloria Gómez en la Extensión 105 * coordinador de Bautismos: Salvador Delgadillo * Coordinador de Confirmaciones de jóvenes Manuel Morales * Coordinador de Quinceañera: Brenda Heredia Misioneros Servidores de la Palabra Tienen materiales religiosos a la venta Biblias * rosarios Libros * CD s ydvd y Renta de películas Puede contactarles: De lunes a viernes 9:00 am 12:00 medio día y 1:00 a 4:00 pm Al (253) ext 109 o celular: (253) PRIMERAS COMUNIONES REQUICITOS: (Certificado) Boleta de Bautismo Nombre y direccion de la Iglesia donde fue bautizado (a) Acta de nacimiento $30.00 por proceso de papeleria y $20.00 por el libro de trabajo Muchas felicidades a las Familias que celebrant el Inicio de la vida de sus hijos (a) en la fe Catolica Recibieron el sacramento del Bautismo: Andrea Eveleen De Leon Emely Flores Vazquez Erick Elias Perez Gomez Guadalupe Barajas Lagunes Jesus Martinez Reyes Josue Esquivel Rendon Josefina Barajas Lagunes Kendra Beltran Brambila Kevin Jesus Garcia Sanchez Kevin Landeros Sebastian Guzman Herrera Sophia Pelayo Theo Moises Hernandez Estrada Zayden I. Alamilla Sandoval ABRA!! SI ERES UN JOVEN ENTRE 17 A 30 AÑOS DE EDAD, ESTE TEMAS!!! DINAMICAS!!!! ANIMACION!!!! RETIRO ES PARA TI!!! OBRAS DE TEATRO!!! EMPIEZA EL Y MUCHAS SORPRESAS MAS.!!!! VIERNES ALAS 5:00PM Y SACERDOTES INVITADOS TERMINA EL DOMINGO ALAS PADRE:RICARDO FUERTE 3:00PM. PADRE:JUAN CARLOS SOLO NESECITAS PADRE:CAL BIBLIA,CUARDERNO, LA- PADRE:FRANCISCO PIZ,SLEEPING BAG Y TUS COSAS PERSONALES Y MUCHAS GANAS DE TENER UN ENCUENTRO CON CRISTO RESUCITADO!!! ST PIUS X SEATTLE WA. DIRECCION: TH AVE W MOUNTLAKE TERRACE,WA PARA MAS INFORMACION LLAME: MISIONERO (206) MISIONERO (253) NATALI: (509) COSTO :$ 45 E INCLUYE UN REGALO SORPRESA TE ESPERAMOS QUE DIOS TE BENDIGA. 9
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