1 June 1, 2014 Seventh Sunday of Easter 300 East Taft Avenue Orange, CA Telephone: (714) Fax: (714) CLERGY Rev. Patrick Rudolph, Pastor Rev. Agustín Escobar, Parochial Vicar Rev. Kiet Ta, Parochial Vicar Rev. Antonio Zapata, In Residence Deacon Dave Blake Deacon Joseph Esparza Deacon Juan Espinoza Deacon William Goldin MINISTRY CENTER STAFF Irene Ahedo, Office Manager Margie Balch, Christian Service Charlene Dumitru, Adult Faith Formation John Erhard, Music Ministry Carmen Estrada, Hispanic Ministry Janine Kilgore, Liturgical Ministries Kirsten King, Youth Faith Formation & Confirmation John Loffer, Principal, St. Norbert Catholic School Maria Martínez, Business Manager Robin Mayes, School of Religious Education SCHEDULE OF MASSES Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12 noon, 2 p.m. (Spanish), 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. (Spanish) Monday Friday: 6:15 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. (Spanish) Saturday: 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Sunday Vigil) Holy Days of Obligation: as announced CONFESSIONS Saturday: 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. First Friday of each month: 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. MINISTRY CENTER HOURS Monday Friday: 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION First Friday of each month beginning at 9 a.m. and concluding at 8 a.m. on Saturday with Benediction. BAPTISMS Please call the Parish Office for information and to schedule Baptism Preparation. Programs are available in English or in Spanish. MARRIAGES Please call the Parish Office for information. Six months advance notice is required. Marriage Preparation is available in English or in Spanish. ANOINTING OF THE SICK, C OMMUNION FOR THE SICK & HOMEBOUND Kindly call the Parish Office to make arrangements. FUNERALS At the time of death, kindly call the Parish Office for assistance in making arrangements. St. Norbert Parish is a dynamic community of disciples of Jesus Christ striving to continue His ministries of prayer, love and service.
2 ST. NORBERT CATHOLIC CHURCH 2 Stewardship Seventh Sunday of Easter 1 Peter 4:13 16 The Light of Contradiction Our faith is at the center of our being. It forms part of our identity. We make decisions based on values we hold, and we cannot act contrary to what we believe without causing ourselves discomfort. To share faith with someone is to share something close to the heart. Intimate friends often worship together and serve together. To pray aloud from the heart is to share something very private how we think of God and how we talk to God. For these reasons, when we meet someone who does not share our faith, the difference can cause strong feelings of distance. In the worst conditions, religious wars have been waged by peoples who think that God is on their side, even though their opponents believe the same. The First Letter of Peter says, If you are insulted for the name of Christ, blessed are you, for the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you. We all prefer to live in harmony with one another, but sometimes differences bring benefits. When someone disagrees with us or disputes with us, we think harder about what we believe. We understand our beliefs better in the light of contradiction. If people insult us for our beliefs, we try to respond with charity. By putting our faith in action, even in the face of opposition, we are true to what we believe and we share it in the way we live. We can experience blessedness even in conflict. Paul Turner Copyright 2010, Resource Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission. Welcome to our 2014 St. Norbert PSA Information Corner! Each weekend this box contains current pledge information. Diocesan Assessment: $150,000 Number of pledges received: 501 Amount Pledged: $259,056 Amount Paid: $143,943 Feast of St. Norbert June 6 (1080? 1134) Norbert realized that nothing could be effectively done without God s power. Finding this help, especially in devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, he and his brothers praised God for success in converting heretics, reconciling numerous enemies and rebuilding faith in indifferent believers. Catholic saints are holy people and human people who lived extraordinary lives. Each saint the Church honors responded to God's invitation to use his or her unique gifts. God calls each one of us to be a saint. (www.americancatholic.org) Mrs. Debevec is Retiring! As the school year winds down, our parish school is preparing to bid farewell to one of our beloved staff members, Mrs. Sally Debevec, who is retiring after teaching second grade here for 30 years! We celebrate Mrs. Debevec s retirement this Sunday, June 1, with Mass at noon and a reception immediately following in the Ministry Center Hall. While we are sad to say goodbye to this loving and dedicated educator, we praise God for her beautiful service at this school for so many years. Taco Sunday & Mini Boutique Be sure to stop by the Ministry Center next Sunday, June 8, for Taco Sunday and the Christian Service Mini Boutique. Christian Service will be serving delicious homemade tacos, tamales, burritos, taquitos, tostadas and quesadillas. Food will be served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the boutique will be open after the 7:30 a.m. Mass until 2 p.m. Coffee & Doughnuts will be available during Boutique hours. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion All parishioners who serve as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (church and homebound) are requested to attend our yearly formation workshop in the church on Monday, June 23, at 7 p.m. OR on Tuesday, June 24, at 10 a.m. All who are interested in joining this ministry are most welcome to attend, especially those who would like to bring the Eucharist to our brothers and sisters who cannot come to Mass. Extraordinary Ministers must be fully initiated Catholics (have received the sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation), at least 25 years of age, and married in the Church (if married). Weekly Parish Offering Thank you for your continuing support of St. Norbert Parish. For the fiscal year July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014, our parish budget calls for $27,900 to be donated weekly at the Sunday collection. The collection for Sunday, May 25, was $29, These collections are not only for operating expenses each week, but also for any ongoing repair work, upgrades, etc. to our parish facility. Your regular donations are needed for the good of St. Norbert Parish and the spread of the Gospel.
3 3 JUNE 1, 2014 SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Parish Life On Sale Now! Veritas Jazz Concert On Saturday, June 14, at 7 p.m., Veritas returns with an outdoor concert of vocal jazz entitled, Singing with a Swing. Come partake of delicious wines and appetizers under starry June skies as you enjoy some of the best music from the 1930s and 1940s. This concert will benefit St. Norbert Music Ministries. The suggested donation for tickets is one for $30.00 and two for $ Tickets are available for purchase at the Ministry Center office. Please see the flyer on the back page of this bulletin for more information. Vacation Bible School We re looking forward to Weird Animals VBS which will be held June 23 27! Our registration has closed. Confirmation letters to all registered families will be mailed out the first week of June. All student volunteers are required to attend the Student Volunteer Retreat on Sunday, June 8, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in the Family & Youth Center. We d love some help with painting, making decorations, and sorting supplies every Saturday in June from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. We meet next to the Family & Youth Center in the outdoor school courtyard area. Volunteers age 12 and up, please! We are looking for donations of brown paper bags, CD players, rolls of brown craft paper and pool noodles! Please drop off to the Ministry Center marked VBS. Please contact Amy Glenane at or (714) with general VBS questions. Contact Sharon Pearson at or (714) with questions regarding student volunteers. Marriages Congratulations! Felicidades! Ruben Vasquez & Perla Bautista Married on May 3 Kevin Archer and Natalie Bui Married on May 24 Antonio Aguilar & Maclovia Garcia Married on May 31 David Hanson & Stephanie Smith Married on May 31 Application Deadline Extended! 2014 Guadalupana Scholarships Three $1,000 St. Norbert Guadalupana Scholarships are being offered to our parish graduating seniors who plan to continue their studies full time at a community college, university or vocational/trade school. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, June 13. The Gaudalupana Scholarships will be awarded on Sunday, July 20, at the 5:30 p.m. Mass. For more information, please go to and click on the Youth Ministry tab. _ Liturgy Schedule during Priests Retreat June 3 June 6 This week Frs. Pat, Kiet and Antonio will be away on the annual Diocesan Priests Retreat. Fr. Agustín will stay home to continue his chemo treatment, and will celebrate some of the regularly scheduled weekday Masses. We will observe our regular morning weekday Mass schedule on Monday, June 2, Tuesday, June 3, and Wednesday, June 4. There will be Communion Services at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4 (Spanish) and on Thursday, June 5 at 6:15 and 8:30 a.m. in place of the regular weekday Masses. Please pray for our priests, and all the priests of the Diocese of Orange, during their week of retreat. _ Spiritual Bouquet Cards for Fr. Agustín Should you wish to join in prayer for Fr. Agustín as he begins chemotherapy, kindly indicate your prayer gift on one the cards in the pews and put it in the collection basket or bring to the Ministry Center Office. Baptisms Welcome! Bienvenidos! to our Church Family Luke Fredrick Bucher Samantha Moreno Mason Cruz Campos Liam Alessandro Nájera Joseph Michael Carlson Andrew Jonathan Nguyen Briana Chavez Logan Daniel Nobles Eliana Jenny Gomez Charles Lundvall Raquipiso Nathan González Jenevi Jazmín Ramírez Abel Enrique Hernández Alan Rodríguez Henry Jencarlo Hernández Gavin Leo Tyler Rosecrans Rosaura Moreno A ilani Mirena Vu Robert Jeffrey Zermeno Baptized in May at St. Norbert Church
4 ST. NORBERT CATHOLIC CHURCH 4 Youth & Teen Ministries School of Religious Education The SRE School year has come to a close. Thank you to all those who helped teach and support this Ministry. Your time was invaluable and you were truly a gift from God. SRE Registration Early Bird Registration for the Faith Formation classes officially begins today, June 1. If you have children aged 3 4 (PK) and 5 (K) or children who will be in Grades 1 through 6 in the fall, you will register through the SRE program. Children in Grades 7 and 8 will register through Junior High Ministry. Early Bird registration runs until July 31. The fees go up starting August 1, so please make every effort to register your children early and save. Registration forms are available in the Ministry Office or can be downloaded off the St. Norbert Church website: religiouseducation.html The Religious Education Office is open weekdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday to meet with you and to answer any questions you may have about our Faith Formation program. Please call Robin Mayes a call at (714) St. Norbert Catholic School FRIDAY, JUNE 6 6 p.m. Anaheim Hills Country Club St. Norbert Catholic School Auction Both Mr. Loffer and Mrs. Debevec will be retiring at the end of this school year, and we invite all of you to attend the annual school auction to help celebrate their many years of service and dedication and send them off in style. Can't attend? Kindly consider donating an item or service, or send in your monetary donation to sponsor a teacher s attendance. Please contact Haley Eaton at if you have any questions, or you may call the school office at (714) for more information. June Christian Service Food Collection This month we re collecting individual serving packages of raisins and nuts for the sack lunches we give away. Kindly leave your donations in the bin in the vestibule next Sunday, June 8, or in the Ministry Center any time during the month. Thank you for your continued assistance in helping us feed those who are hungry. Youth Ministry & Confirmation Teen Holy Hour Friday, June 6, from 7 to 8:15 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there! Come spend an hour in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. Invite your family and friends. Teen Holy Hour includes music, meditation, teen testimonies, silent time and prayer together. _ Confirmation Registration for Registration for incoming C1 teens begins this Sunday, June 1. You can find the registration packets in the Youth Ministry office, the Ministry Center Office, and on our website at Our first Re Registration Open House for incoming C2 Teens will be on Wednesday, June 11, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Youth Ministry Room. _ Junior High Ministry Registration for next year s Junior High Program begins this Sunday, June 1! Returning Junior High students (incoming 8th graders) should re register at the Open House on Wednesday, June 11. _ Vision Leadership Team Formation: Wednesday, June 4, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. We will gather for formation and fellowship in the YM Room. This will begin our summer discernment process for Leadership. Please bring Vision Registration and Retreat paperwork with you. Social: Wednesday, June 18, from 6 to 9 p.m. Join us for fellowship and fun as we spend time together dreaming and building fellowship, leadership potential and leadership skills. ALL incoming Juniors and current Vision leaders are welcome and encouraged to attend both meetings! _ Service Project Opportunities All teen volunteers must sign up in advance with Helen via e mail at Catholic Worker Yogurt Bar: Saturday, June 14, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Taco Sunday: Sunday, June 15, from 8 to 11 a.m. OR 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. YM Help Day: Tuesday, June 24, from 12 to 4 p.m. Help prepare the July newsletter for mailing, prepare for YM Open Houses, and do a bit of late Spring Cleaning around the office! Christian Service: Saturdays in June from 8 to 11 a.m. OR 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Join us to help our Christian Service Ministry to serve our community.
5 5 JUNE 1, 2014 SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Faith Formation & Enrichment R.C.I.A. This Thursday, June 5, is the last meeting for our Neophytes. We will talk about Pentecost and the Holy Spirit. Inquiry sessions will continue on Thursday evenings. Those considering becoming a Catholic are invited to come to the Inquiry sessions which also take place on Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9 in the Ministry Center Library. The Inquiry groups are casual meetings to answer initial questions that people may have, to reflect upon God s presence throughout their lives, and to begin to become familiar with the Sunday scripture readings. If you would like more information, please call Charlene at (714) x114. Anyone who hopes to be received into the Church by Easter next year, 2015, should begin the RCIA process as soon as possible. Adult Faith Formation Easter Study: Resurrection! We will continue our series on Resurrection and Afterlife this Wednesday evening, June 4, at 7:30 p.m. This series will reflect on Catholic belief in the afterlife as revealed in the Gospels, the Letters of St. Paul, and the Book of Revelation. This week s topics will be The Heavenly Jerusalem, based on the Book of Revelation, Chapters 21 and 22, and Ethics, Pedagogy, and the Afterlife, which will conclude the series. These recorded presentations will be given by Professor Candida Moss, a professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of Notre Dame. Each evening we will hear two 25 minute presentations with time for discussion after each section. Our meetings will be from 7:30 to 9 p.m., and it will be helpful for participants to bring a Bible. Prayer & Meditation with Scripture Our prayer group will gather in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel this Tuesday, June 3. This hour of prayer time utilizes varying prayer forms each week, including Lectio Divina, centering prayer, prayer of remembrance, Taizé prayer and Ignatian meditation. The prayer group is facilitated by Sr. Breda and Mary Prather. It is a time to meet with others in quiet and peace away from the busyness and noise of the world. We gather for prayer in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Please feel free to join us you are most welcome! Wondering Why This Sunday the Church celebrates the Ascension of the Lord, the post Easter event when the disciples experience the last appearance of the Risen Christ as he returns to the Trinity forever united to the Father and Holy Spirit. This solemn feast used to be called Ascension Thursday, and was celebrated 40 days after Easter, as that is the time given in Acts of the Apostles between the Resurrection and the Ascension. So, why did it change from a Thursday holy day to a Sunday celebration? Bishops have the authority to decide in their own dioceses what Holy Days are observed, and when. In some dioceses, this feast still falls on a Thursday, in our Diocese it is moved to a Sunday. Actually, we do not know what day of the week it was when Jesus ascended into heaven. In John s Gospel it seems to happen very quickly, in conjunction with the Resurrection. Matthew does not specify a time, and Mark does not mention the event at all in the oldest texts of that Gospel, and only in an addendum which was added on to the Gospel probably in the second century and written by someone other than the original author. Luke s gospel mentions the ascension of Jesus as the last of his appearances, but without mentioning a time frame, but the same author continues his story in the Book of Acts of the Apostles, which is where the 40 days appears. Forty is one of those mystical numbers that appear in scripture. It is not intended as a literal number falling between 39 and 41. The number 40 is always a sign of some transforming event, of completion, or promises fulfilled. Basically, it just means when the time was completed. We can find many incidents of the number 40 in the Bible: the days and nights of rain in the story of Noah, the years the Israelites spent in the desert, the number of days Moses was on Mt. Sinai, the time it took Elijah to walk to Mt. Horeb, the number of days Jesus fasted in the desert. In the ascension story, Jesus physical time on earth is completed, he returns to his eternal reign in heaven and commissions his disciples to continue his ministry of healing, forgiveness and love. But, without the immediate physical presence of Jesus, that may have seemed an impossible goal. The disciples are uncertain how to begin, and go back to the upper room where they had celebrated the last supper with Jesus, secluding themselves in prayer. We hear in Acts of the Apostles that they prayed together until the Jewish Feast of Pentecost. That would have been nine days of prayer, which is the origin of our Catholic devotional tradition of Novenas. Before he left the disciples, Jesus had made a promise. They would not be left orphans, but rather he would send the Holy Spirit upon them, who would continue to teach them, and who would remind them of everything that Jesus taught and did. They did not know what that meant, so they waited and they prayed. And, when the Spirit came upon them they were filled with energy to set out on their mission of telling the whole world about Jesus, a mission that continues today in all of us. In our lives we all face impossible missions at times. We may all sometimes feel that the Lord has left us alone, and we may feel inadequate, frightened, and weak. But Jesus promised that God would continue to dwell with us in the Person of the Holy Spirit, and when we pray and wait for the presence of the Spirit in trust and hope, we find the way, we are led to where we need to be, and the impossible becomes possible, with God through Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.
6 LA IGLESIA CATÓLICA DE SAN NORBERTO 6 Ministerio Hispano Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios Gertrudis se lo dijo a Elena. Elena llamó a Archí y éste llamó a Ileana y a Eduardo. Eduardo se lo dijo a Violeta. Violeta se lo comunicó a Clara y a Camilo. Y así se fue corriendo la voz. No, no se trataba de compartir el último chisme. Era una cadena de oración, que iba añadiendo nuevas intenciones a la lista, para pedirle al Espíritu que inspirara el corazón de muchas personas y las trajera a la próxima misión parroquial. El Evangelio y la primera lectura de esta semana de Pascua nos presenta a personas que dedican tiempo a orar por la misión de la Iglesia. Jesús comienza esta cadena de oración en el aposento alto orando para que sus discípulos puedan cumplir su misión en la tierra. Después de la ascensión de Jesús al cielo Lucas presenta a los discípulos reunidos de nuevo para orar. Antes de ir a cumplir su misión necesitan sabiduría, fortaleza, conocimiento y todos los muchos otros dones del Espíritu Santo. Es a través de la oración que ellos recibirán esos dones. Y una vez que han comenzado su misión nuestra segunda lectura nos recuerda que ellos sufrirán, dudarán y serán perseguidos. Una vez más la oración será necesaria a fin de poder perseverar para la gloria de Dios. Si es que vamos a participar en esta misión no nos atrevamos a romper la cadena de oración que comenzó con Jesús. Virginia Stillwell Derechos de autor 2013, World Library Publications. Todos los derechos reservados. Bienvenidos a nuestro rincón de información sobre la PSA 2014 de San Norberto! Cada fin de semana este recuadro contendrá información actualizada sobre sus promesas. Compromiso Diocesano: $150,000 Número de promesas recibidas: 501 Cantidad prometida: $259,056 Cantidad de promesas pagadas a la fecha: $143,943 La fecha ha sido extendida! Becas Guadalupanas 2014 El Fondo de Becas Guadalupanas de San Norberto otorgará tres becas de $1,000 cada una a estudiantes que estén cursando su último año de escuela preparatoria (high school), y que hayan sido aceptados como estudiantes de tiempo completo en una institución de estudios superiores como colegio comunitario, universidad, o un colegio vocacional. La fecha para la entrega de solicitudes se ha extendido al vienes 13 de junio. Las solicitudes están disponibles en la oficina del Centro de Ministerios, o pueden bajarlas por Internet en seleccionando Guadalupana Scholarship. Para más información o para hacer donativos al fondo de becas, favor de comunicarse con Pat Robles Friebert a o (714) Retiro de Catequistas El sábado 7 de junio Si no se han anotado, favor de hacerlo lo antes posible ya que tenemos que dar la cantidad de personas que nos acompañarán. Favor de Comunicarse con Carmen al (714) x106 o Shyntia al x105. Después de un año de arduo servicio, necesitamos un día de reflexión y compartimiento. Dios les bendiga por su servicio a la comunidad. Si Están Pensando Casarse El grupo de parejas de preparación matrimonial les hace la cordial invitación para que se anoten a las clases de preparación al matrimonio que se llevarán a cabo el 28, 29 y 30 de junio. Las bodas comunitarias se celebrarán el sábado 18 de octubre a las 12 del mediodía. Para más información pueden comunicarse con los señores Medina al (951) o con Ángel y Carla Jaime al (714) Ofrenda Semanal Parroquial Agradecemos su apoyo continuo a San Norberto para el año fiscal de julio 1, 2013 a junio 30, Sus donaciones dominicales aportan al presupuesto que nuestra parroquia necesita para cubrir los gastos de cada semana, el cual es de $27,900. La colecta del domingo pasado 25 de mayo, fue $29, Se necesita de su donación semanal para el bienestar de nuestra parroquia y para la promoción del Evangelio. La parroquia de San Norberto es una comunidad dinámica de discípulos de Jesucristo que se esfuerza por continuar sus ministerios de oración, amor y servicio.
7 7 1 DE JUNIO DE 2014 SÉPTIMO DOMINGO DE PASCUA Ministerio Hispano Inscripciones de Catecismo del Programa en Español Tiene niños de 3 a 12 años que deseen asistir a clases de formación en la fe? La Iglesia de San Norberto le puede ayudar a usted padre de familia a que sus niños empiecen a conocer quién es Jesús y quiénes son sus discípulos en estos tiempos. Tenemos paquetes de inscripciones en la oficina del Centro de Ministerios que puede pasar a recoger en horas de oficina. Por favor léalo, llénelo y posteriormente haga una cita para traerlo junto con el certificado de bautizo, anote las preguntas que tenga al respecto para cuando venga a inscribir a su(s) niño(os) no se quede con dudas. Recuerde que tenemos solamente 20 niños por salón y 10 niños en los salones de la catequesis del Buen Pastor. Para más información favor de comunicarse al (714) x105 o 106 con Carmen o Shyntia. No deje para mañana lo que puede hacer hoy! Inscripciones para el Programa en Inglés Padres de familia que deseen que sus niños se inscriban en el programa de catecismo en inglés, favor de tomar nota que, este domingo 1 de junio da inicio oficialmente las inscripciones para el próximo ano escolar. Los paquetes se encuentran en la oficinas del Centro de Ministerios o pueden comunicarse con Robin Mayes al (714) x107. Inscripciones de Confirmación Inscripciones para el año uno (jóvenes que por primera vez se inscriben) será el domingo 1 de junio. También pueden pasar a recoger un paquete en las oficinas del Centro de Ministerios o del Ministerio Juvenil, o imprimirlo del Internet: Casa Abierta e inscripciones para el año dos (jóvenes que se inscriben al segundo año) dará inicio el miércoles 11 de junio de las 4:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m. en el Centro Familiar y Juvenil. No falten; les esperamos. Veritas en Concierto El sábado 14 de junio a las 7 p.m. vuelve nuevamente el concierto vocal de Jazz al aire libre Singing with a Swing. Venga y disfrute de deliciosos vinos y aperitivos mientras disfruta de la música de los años 30s y 40s. Este concierto será a beneficio de los ministerios de música de San Norberto. La donación sugerida es $30 por persona y $55 por dos. Les esperamos a que vengan y disfruten el inicio del verano. Pueden comprar sus boletos en las oficinas del Centro de Ministerios, dense la oportunidad de disfrutar ese tarde de música inolvidable. Ramillete Espiritual para el Padre Agustín Si desean unirse en oración para apoyar espiritualmente al Padre Agustín, ahora que ha comenzado su quimioterapia, por favor anoten su ofrenda de oración en las tarjetas que se encuentran en el vestíbulo y en las bancas, y deposítelas en las canastas de la colecta. También pueden llevarlas a la oficina. Parish Calendar June 1, 2014 ~ June 7, 2014 Sunday, June 1 9:00 a.m. Children s Liturgy of the Word 12:00 p.m. Mrs. Debevec s Retirement Celebration 3:00 p.m. Grupo de la Divina Misericordia Monday, June 2 9:15 a.m. Monday Morning Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Divine Mercy Prayer Group 7:00 p.m. Baptism Prep Class 7:00 p.m. Estudio Bíblico para Grupo de Oración 7:30 p.m. Filipino Ministry Tuesday, June 3 7:00 p.m. Reunión Mensual de los Ministros de Eucaristia 7:00 p.m. RICA 7:00 p.m. Praying with Scripture Wednesday, June 4 6:45 p.m. Men s Basketball 7:00 p.m. YM Vision Team Formation Meeting 7:00 p.m. Jóvenes para Cristo 7:45 p.m. Grupo de la Divina Misericordia 8:00 p.m. Entrenamiento para Ministros de Eucaristía Thursday, June 5 6:00 p.m. RCIC 7:00 p.m. Grupo de Oración 7:30 p.m. RCIA & Inquiry Friday, June 6 / Feast of St. Norbert First Friday / Adoration Day 9:30 a.m. Confessions 6:00 p.m. St. Norbert Catholic School Auction Fundraiser at Anaheim Hills Country Club 7:00 p.m. Teen Holy Hour 7:00 p.m. Jóvenes para Cristo 7:00 p.m. Estudio Bíblico para Niños 7:00 p.m. Adolescentes Saturday, June 7 9:00 a.m. VBS Prep Day 10:00 a.m. Bautizos 10:00 a.m. Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL) 10:00 a.m. Preparación para la Ciudadanía 12:00 p.m. Christian Service Food Distribution 3:30 p.m. Confessions
8 ST. NORBERT CATHOLIC CHURCH 8 Community Life & Groups Filipino Ministry Meeting The Filipino Community of St. Norbert Church will hold their monthly general meeting on Monday, June 2, in the Mother Teresa Room at 7:30 p.m. Please come and meet our kababayans. Monthly meetings are every first Monday of the month. For more information, please call Lucille at (714) Annual Altar Server Meeting & Training for New Servers The annual altar server meeting for experienced servers will be Saturday, June 28, at 9 a.m. in the church. We will also train students interested in becoming altar servers on this date. Students must be in fifth grade or above as of September 2014, and have received their First Holy Communion in the Catholic Church. If you have any questions, please e mail Karen Purpura at Childcare Co-Op 9 a.m. Mass Do you have a child between the ages of 9 months and 4 years of age? Would you like one hour on Sunday to focus on your faith while your children are happily playing? Please consider joining the 9 a.m. Co op! Come visit us in the Preschool Center. If you are interested in finding out more information, please contact Michelle Navarro at (949) or St. Norbert Mothers Group We are a diverse group of women gathering together for mutual support, fellowship, service and love. We welcome you to join in our upcoming events and become a part of this great group of moms. Here s what we have planned for June: Friday, June 13: Faith & Fellowship Movie Night Monday Friday, June 23 27:May 27: Vacation Bible School! Contact Barbara Brule at (714) or for more information. Recycle Your Grocery Bags at Christian Service Ministry Keep those bags coming! We need your clean paper or plastic grocery bags for Saturday food distribution. You may drop off bags anytime at the Ministry Center or the Christian Service Office. Thank you and God bless! Pray for the sick... Jane Black Bishop Tod Brown Patricia Betts Jackie Burica Sophie Burke Irene Cabrera Giovanni Camponovo Eileen De Brita Grace Di Nardo Maureen Ensch Pauline Erhard Fr. Agustín Escobar Louise Garcia Nicholas Jennison Poppy Jeppesen Margaret Kilgore Debbie Springe Kilroy Eugene Wynsen Teresa Lewis Dennis McCarthy Juana Mondragon Nick Nguyen Oliver Ochoa, Jr. Georg Payne Bette Ponzio Steve Sabo Bud Sprinkles Christine Stevens Addie Tanolas Sheila Utrup Lourdes Vega Thomas Watson Terry Weincek Theresa Whaley Cris Wong... and for those who have died. _ Mass Intentions Saturday, May 31, :00 p.m. + Russ & Erminia Heck Sunday, June 1, :30 a.m. + Sister M. Adolorata Watson 9:00 a.m. + Bill Reilley 10:30 a.m. St. Norbert s Parishioners 12:00 p.m. + Robert Blankenship 2:00 p.m. + Carolina Sanchez Torres 5:30 p.m. + Teddy Bernabe 7:00 p.m. Familia Camponovo Vera Monday, June 2, :15 a.m. + Guillermina Pena 8:30 a.m. + Marcelina Pradera Tuesday, June 3, :15 a.m. Constance Goldin 8:30 a.m. + Joan Pohl Wednesday, June 4, :15 a.m. Heto Soto 8:30 a.m. Bishop Cirilo Flores 7:00 p.m. Communion Service Thursday, June 3, :15 a.m. Communion Service 8:30 a.m. Communion Service Friday, June 6, :15 a.m. Robert Ahedo 8:30 a.m. Tanya Salcido Saturday, June 7, :30 a.m. + Robert Wynsen
9 9 JUNE 1, 2014 SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Our Parish & Beyond Moving Pictures: Friday Night Film Series Friday, June 6, 6:30 p.m. Vanishing of the Bees 87 Minutes, 2010 Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives. Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon has brought beekeepers to crisis in an industry responsible for producing apples, broccoli, watermelon, onions, cherries and a hundred other fruits and vegetables. Commercial honeybee operations pollinate crops that make up one out of every three bites of food on our tables. It examines the alarming disappearance of honeybees and the greater meaning it holds about the relationship between mankind and mother earth. St. Joseph Center, Mother Louis Room 480 S. Batavia Street, Orange Sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, Justice Office. For more information, visit or contact (714) x7716 or Summer Youth Camps at Rosary High School Rosary High School is offering summer youth camps for students in grades 2 8 in the following sports soccer, basketball (team discounts available), softball and volleyball. Come out and meet the coaches, returning players, and become more familiar with the Rosary community. Visit our website, and click on the Summer School button to sign up for these camps which will take place throughout the summer. We look forward to seeing you this summer! Youth Camps at Mater Dei Mater Dei High School is hosting a variety of youth camps in its state of the art facilities. The camps will provide competitive skill development in a positive and fun environment. Camps being offered are: Band & Drum Line, Color Guard, Baseball, Basketball, Cheer and Song, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Robotics, Soccer, Softball, Swim, Tennis, Theatre Arts, Track and Field, Volleyball, Water polo and Wrestling. Mater Dei youth camps are open to boys and girls who are entering K through eighth grades. Visit to register today! Live in a Christ-Like Manner In the Cursillo Movement we approach evangelization as a very natural act of being Christ like within each of our daily activities. We realize that while most people would like to live their lives in a Christ like manner, the pressures of the world often make this difficult, if not impossible. The Cursillo Movement provides a method and a technique to provide each of us with the tools, the mentality, the strength and the support to make this natural type of evangelization possible. If you would like to bring Christ into your life, take the first step and sign up for Cursillo. The next Cursillo weekends will be in October Please contact Ron Accornero at (714 ) for more information about Cursillo. _ Icon Retreat Workshop An Icon Retreat Workshop will be held at St. Angela Merici Parish in Brea on Monday, June 16, through Thursday, June 19, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $350. All materials will be provided. No art background is required. Fr. Damian Higgins, a Ukrainian Catholic priest, will be the instructor. A non refundable deposit of $50 is due by May 18, to reserve your place. The balance of $300 is due by June 1. For any additional questions please contact Cecilia Witchey at (714) _ Summer Open House & Spaghetti Dinner Tuesday June 10, at 6:30 p.m. Consider Connelly as a high school for your daughter. Visit our campus. Meet our exceptional teachers and students. Learn about our International Exchange Program. For more information, call (714) x221, or e mail connellyhs.org Cornelia Connelly School is located at 2323 W. Broadway in Anaheim. Giving Thanks When You Shop Please be sure to patronize and thank the generous advertisers in our bulletin. Through their participation, our parish receives our weekly bulletin free of charge. New Hope Crisis Counseling Center Telephone Hotline & Online Counseling A faith based response 24 Hours a day/ 7 Days a Week Trained crisis workers provide peer counseling to people who are struggling to cope with day to day life. (714) New Hope (Hotline) (Online)
11 Thanks to all who are supporting the Family & Youth Center through the Pastoral Services Appeal or gifts directed to the Building Fund. PSA 2014 Donors as of May 28, 2014 Gracias a todos los que han apoyado al Centro Familiar y Juvenil, a través de la Campaña para los Servicios Pastorales, o mediante donaciones directas a la cuenta del inmueble. Corazon Abitan Ronald & Deborah Accornero Barry & Jane Acton Claudio & Margaret Aguilar Gerardo & Martha Akli Serpa William & Maria Albright Mary Ale Gregory & Corrine Allen Martin Almazan & María Jiménez Carlos Alvarado Frances Alvarado Connie Alvarez Maritza Anaya Hazel Anderson Elaine Andrews Carmen Angodung Zenaida Arcos Robert & Carolyn Arnold Joel Arroyo Rene Avalos Stephen & Jiuan Aylward Anthony Azzopardi Charles & Judith Azzopardi Aaron Babinski Roy & Jodi Bahner Maria Balagtas José Luis & Laura Barajas Gary & Kathleen Barbee Michael & Cindy Barnett Roberto & Moe Barretto Gilberto & María de la Luz Barron Terrance & Elizabeth Barry Robert & Carmen Bartlett Cory & Jeanne Baumann Wilbert & Marie Baumann Allen & Vernice Bauzon José & Laura Becerra Len Beckman María de la luz Belman Ellen Benefield Family Bennett Jim & Sandy Benuzzi Robert & Violet Berg The Bermudez Family Mary Beth Bewersdorf Edwin & Betty Bick Colin & Ann Bilash Brett & Denise Bittel John & Ann Eda Blache Jane Black Marc & Deanna Bolton José & Rachel Bonilla James & Carol Booth Bill & Lisa Borbridge Andrew & Patricia Bornhop Christopher & Amy Boserup Bob & Janice Bosworth Kelly & Donna Boulger Jeanette Boy Jeffrey & Victoria Brady Tom & Sara Brand Lucino & Carmen Bravo James & Rosalie Bray James J. Brennan David & Donna Brooks John & Jean Broussard Chris & Shannon Brown Shawn & Barbara Brule Helen Brunet Aida Bucago Emily Bucago Sean & Trudy Buckner Cheryl Bugg Steve & Sheena Bui Bill & Jeanne Bullington Thomas & Myrna Burinski Nancy Buxton Reynaldo & Eileen Cabero Ramón & Cecilia Cabrera Juan José & María de Jesús Calderón Peter & Joyce Camacho James & Karrin Cameron William & Mary Campbell Eulalia Candela Timothy & Mary Carey Tracy Carter Raymond & Colleen Casciari Anthony & Yvonne Castellana Jorge & Julie Caucas Brian Cebula Robert & Carol Cebula Raymond & Adelina Ceja Vincenzo & Mary Celeste Luis & Dolores Cervantes Dave & Kelli Cervino Gabino & Monserrat Chanteiro Michael & Kathleen Chauvin Emilia Ching Geraldine Cibellis Deborah Clapp Theodore & Wanda Clark Lee Cleary Terence & Gloria Clingan Sean & Kellie Colbert John & Christina Conley Arthur & Lina Cooper Claudio & Belen Corona Peter & Lois Corti Ronnie & Angela Cosme Anthony Costello Roger & Maureen Cotton John & Jacqueline Crawford Carlos & Concepción Cruz Jennifer Cruz Larry & Linda Cucovatz Monte & Yolanda D'Asta Joseph & Mariana Darlington Margarito de Gómez Erlinda De La Cruz Erica De León Sam De León Eduardo & Cecilia Deduyo Eduardo & Hind Del Pilar Mark & Eileen Deluca Thomas & Rita Dembrosky James & Susan Dempsey Frances Derham William & Colleen Derham Gary & Mary Des Rochers Bruce & Patricia Detterich Maria Dexter Gregory & Tonya Dhuyvetter John & Joan Dieball Manuel Digall Bernard & Grace DiNardo Thomas & Lisa Dobyns George Dore Martin & Maureen Doty John & Yolanda Doyle Michael & Joan Doyle Robert & Joan Dubrish Guillermo & Magaly Dupleich James & Charmaine Duquesnel Allan & Diane Durdella Kevin & Mary Jo Durkin Seth & Cecy Easley, Jr. Tom & Patti Eccles Gertrude Eckart Joan Eichinger Angelo & Jan Emanuele Stephen & Grace Engler Rodney & Bernadette Enríquez Joseph & Barbara Esparza Ramiro Esteban Jaime & Carmen Estrada James & Margaret Ettinger Thomas & Monica Everling Jean Ewing Steven & Monica Farley Danilo & Belen Farol Edward & Kathleen Felix Joe & Patricia Fernández Pablo & Alicia Fernández Juan Ferrerra José & Marilu Ferreyra Salvador & Sandra Ferreyra William & Maureen Fetter David Fey Maria Figuero Calatina Figueroa Elizabeth Finamore Rita Finnerty Kenneth & Joan Fitz Bruce Fox Alicia Francisco Teodoro & Cristy Francisco Joseph & Christine Franco Terry & Constance Frederick Casiano & Jovita Frez Michael & Marcia Fris Raymond & Rebecca Gaitan Kathleen Galloway Patricia Gandsey Victor Garcia Janet Gardner Felix & Emeline Gaw Michael Giannini Susan Gilley James & Monica Gillis Thomas & Bonnie Gilmore Joseph & Joann Glasman Peter & Amy Glenane Jason & Sheri Gomez Rodrigo & Michele González Eileen Grabowski Luis & Denise Gracia Patrick & Bridget Greaney Isabel Green Gerald & Dorothy Grimaldi Mark Guillermo Silvia Gutiérrez Emerio & Rosa Guzmán Enrique & María del Rocio Guzmán Robert & Patricia Hamilton Terry Hanna Steven Hauerwaas Fuaiapi Hauser John & Susan Hayes Stephen & Juliane Hayward Donald & Rosemary Heilbrun John & Teresa Heim Lawrence Heim Mark Hendrickson Steven & Maria Hepps Juan & María Hernández Justin Hernández Maurice Hoffmann Scott & Kathleen Hogate Clark & Marilyn Hollingsworth Kirk & Sandra Hollingsworth
12 Lawrence & Jeanne Honikel Jessica Hoskinson Dale & Diane Hovinga Edward & Amanda Howard Glen & Kathleen Howard Jim & Anne Hughes James & Laura Hunter Gregory & Patricia James Michael Jerry Ángel & Sara Patricia Jiménez Laura Jimenez & Kevin Breen Duane & Mary Jorth Anthony Julik Jesús Jurado Florentino & Lucille Justiniani Carmella Kenneth Timothy & Janine Kilgore Zachary & Kirsten King Carmina Kissinger Thomas & Dorothy Kleinbauer Kenneth & Sandra Knicker Linda Kodis Albert & Norma Koob William & Kay Kroman John Kupfer & Marie Todd Leonardo & Cynthia Lanza Jonathan & Nellie Lara Gaspare & Josephine LaRosa Sam & Wendy Lawmaster Dino & Hermine Leiva Edward & Joanne Leukanech Maria Leynes Willie & Theresa Lim Jeanette Lisak Phillips Lawrence & Stephanie Little Raúl & Ana Zamora López Lola Loritz Mario & Alice Losi Terrence & Debbie Loughran Maricel Macaraig Ken & Phuong Ninh MacKay Sidney & Laurel Mackin Chloe Maestrejuan José & Angélica Magdaleno Edward & Helen Majcher Mary Malk Jorge & Marisa Manligas Brian & Staci Manson Emigdio & Bertha Manzo Rosendo & Martha Manzo Carl Marazzo John & Lynda Maresca LaVerne Maresh Michael & Mary Markus Sean & Shana Martin Atilia Martínez Francisca Martínez Samuel & Dianne Martínez Ruth Marusin Robert & Susan McCormick Jimmy & Patricia McDaniel Cecil & Margarita McFarland, Jr. James McGuine Gary & Patricia McKimmey John & Maureen McLaren Marion McLaughlin Michael & Marilyn McNulty Dionicio & Fausta Medina Maria Mehegan Perry & Laura Mendoza Raymond & Cecilia Mendoza James & Nell Meng Ken & Mary Miller Ronald & Judy Mitchell Chester & Regina Mojica Pablo & Evangeline Mojica John & Luella Montesanto Carol Montgomery Steve & Maggie Mora Margarita Morales David. & Theresa Moran Michael & Jeannette Morcos Albert & Patricia Moreno Nicco & Miryam Mouleart Lindsay Mouzakis Shaun Mouzakis Kevin Moynahan Carlos & Ana María Muñoz Jess Muñoz Robert & Janine Murdock Russell & Mary Murphy Thomas & Susan Murphy John & Peggy Musico Fran & Sharon Kay Needham Patrick Neild & Monica Fernandez Neild Irma Nery Giao & Lan Ngo Timothy & Bich Christina Ngo Ann Nguyen Hai & Naomi Nguyen Son & Carla Nguyen Thu Trung Nguyen Tien & Judy Nguyen Kenny & Mary Nichols Hans & Elizabeth Niederberger Michael & Tara Nielsen Barbara O'Brien William R. & Jean O'Connell Daniel & Karen O'Keefe Carmen Ocampo Guillermo & Emma Ocampo Thomas Ohta Thomas & Delores Oldham Jack & Ann Otley Michael & Kathleen Packer Vanessa Padilla Teófilo & Remedios Pagaduan Madeleine Pahl Min Ung & Hwa Sook Pak Rene & Erin Paquin Adrian Pastrana Anthony & Kathleen Paukstis Jenaro & María de Jesús Pérez Robert & Alice Pernell Delores Petty Thuan & Chi Pham Guy & Barbara Pinette Fernando & Sandra Po Thomas & Kathy Polson Carolyn Polston Jesús & Mayra Poot Manuel & Elizabeth Porto Mark & Mary Prather Anthony & Mary Provost Adan & Lorena Pulido Louis & Therese Purpura Richard & Karen Purpura Kevin & Patricia Rafferty Eric & Rachel Ragadio Mark & Edith Rahlwes Ronald & Elizabeth Rangel Jay & Kathleen Rapport Maxine Raus Gladys Rennebu Michael & Margaret Reta Alejandro Reyes Carlos & Patricia Reyes Lazara Reyes Estefanee Rhodes Peter & Valerie Ricks Sergio & Maria Rivadeneyra Carlos & Mary Ellen Rivera José Rocha Adriana Rodríguez Carlos Rodríguez Rigoberto & Ángeles Rodríguez Hortencia Rodríguez Noel & Amanda Rojas Bernardo & Gregoria Rosete Kenneth & Elizabeth Rosol Ronald Rotunda Charlene Roxas Robert & Victoria Rubino Fr. Patrick Rudolph F.C. & Remy Ruiz José & María Ruiz Linda Ruth Cecelia Ryan Franco & Roxanne Sabalones Corey & Maureen Saenz Don & Carol Safarik Gus & Anita Sagen William Sagey Carmen Salazar Helen Salmond George & Tomasa Sánchez José & Aurora Sánchez Lorena Sánchez Martin & Lori Santillana Maria Saucedo Lawrence & Marlyn Schima William & Anna Schlegel Margaret Scholz Rick & Heather Schram Richard & Rosario Sells Agustín Serrano Carlos Serrano Gregory & Rose Setten Elsa Severiano Ron & Elizabeth Severin Robert & Susan Sheppard Lawrence & Mary Ellen Signaigo, Jr. Allen & Cassandra Silva Narry Silva Jamie Skipton Helmut & Carmen Skubacz Bill & Nancy Smith Richard & Lynnette Smith Gregson & Anna Somes Donald & Annette Southwell Steven & Joy Stanowicz Theodore & Doris State Lois Jackie Stenger Neil & Nancy Stenton Grant & Kathleen Stephens Jordan Stephens Michael & Lisa Stephens Paul & Ilyn Stock Charles & Michelle Stream David & Cynthia Stuetzel Robert & Cheryl Suda Evodius & Besty Suhwayudi Roger & Jerri Sullivan Dorothy Svoboda Michael & Catherine Svoboda John & Lisa Swenerton Michael & Kathleen Swenson Lisa Swinbank Fr. Kiet Ta Kenneth & Valetta Tait Gertrude Talavera Cuahutemoc & Dora Yvonne Tapia Jeremy Taylor Timothy & Janice Taylor Ruben & Gilma Tenorio Matthew & Sherri Terrones Yvonne Torrence Kevin & Stephanie Trefzger Richard & Lesta Trollinger Carol Ann Trujillo Frank & Lan Truong Roselyn Tuerffs Mark & Margarita Turner Clyde & Susan Ujiki Susan Utterberg Joseph & Monica Valle John & Catherine Van Meter Juan & Alicia Velázquez Patricia Vera Albert & Yvonne Verkuylen Robert & Joan Vicario Laura Villa Dennis & Roxanne Villaroman Ted & Ofelia Villaroman Divina Villegas Bernard & Mary Vitchus Jill Volkman Fred & Gloria Vuittonet Hanam & Laura Vuong Jeff & Janet Wallace Barbara Ward Donald & Cathy Ward Jackie Warner Wendy Watkins Donald & Mary Watson Richard & Lorrie Weiland Teri Wetter Stephen & Catherine Whitehouse William & Gillian Wilkinson Michael & Kristen Wilson Steven & Patricia Wright Robert & Sharon Writer Richard & Sally Wurth Gabriela Yánez Gianpier Yanez Julio & Joy Yánez Judy Yarnovich Roginelli Yu Jess Ryan & Sharon Zabala Sharon Zabala Mary Zahnzinger Norma Zimmerman
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