1 Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 1000 North Jefferson Avenue, Goldsboro NC Rev. Patrick Keane, Pastor Deacon Webster James February 9, 2014 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time GOD'S SUMMONS If we are not able to witness concretely to the love of Christ in our lives, then we are truly salt that has gone tasteless. Our flavor and impact are lost. How difficult it is to get them back again. In the late 1940s the Christophers movement began in the United States. The Christophers' motto, "It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness," attracted many through the Christophers' effective use of the media, advertising, and the encouragement of its members to proclaim Christ in the workplace. Jesus calls us to be that candle and to set ourselves in the most visible place. Jesus, who brought eternal light to the world, tells us that we, too, are the light of the world. Through our words and actions we must let our light shine in the sight of all so that in seeing our good works, everyone may give praise to God. Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. EUCHARISTIC LITURGY Weekend Saturday Vigil 5:00PM English Sábado ~ 5:00 PM En Inglés 7:00PM Spanish Sábado ~ 7:00 PM En Español Sunday 10:00 AM English Domingo ~ 10:00 AM En Inglés 1:00 PM Spanish Domingo ~ 1:00 PM En Español Weekdays 9:00 AM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday lunes, martes, jueves, Viernes 7:00 PM jueves en Español No Mass on Wednesday No hay Misa los miércoles Holy Days 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM No Vigil Masses Adoración al Santisimo 9:00 AM y 7:00 PM First Friday Adoration begins after morning Mass and ends with Benediction at 7:00 PM. Todos los viernes primero de mes de 10:00 AM a 7:00 PM WELCOME VISITORS AND NEWCOMERS New members may register by calling the parish office (weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM). Mission Statement Saint Mary is a diverse Catholic community working together to live the Gospel, grow in faith through the Eucharist, and share our gifts in service to others. WELCOME HOME RETURNING CATHOLICS Awakenings is designed to help people return to Mass and the Sacraments. Call the office for information.
2 Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 1 Goldsboro, N. C. PARISH DIRECTORY CHURCH Office (Oficina): FAX: Web: PARISH STAFF Rev. Patrick Keane, Pastor.....ext. 27 Deacon Webster A. James....ext. 29 Director of Faith Formation Mrs. Carole Sears..ext. 34 Liturgy Coordinator Mrs. Debbie Gambella, Parish Secretary.....ext. 10 Mrs. Kathy Hennessy, Parish Secretary.....ext. 26 Mrs. Tracey Davis, Parish Bookkeeper.....ext. 28 Mrs. Elvira Ponce, Hispanic Ministry..ext. 22 Mrs. Vicki Ellis, Choir Director, 10:00 AM Mr. Philip Eubanks, Organist Mr. Van Tran, Sacristan SCHOOL Office: FAX: SCHOOL STAFF Mrs. Lynn Magoon, Principal..ext. 33 Mrs. Anne Marie Gambella, Admn. Assistant...ext. 11 MAINTENANCE STAFF Mr. Harold Jones, Supervisor.ext. 31 Mr. Larry Jones, Assistant...ext. 31 PASTORAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Chair Hank Daniels, Vice-Chair John Marguglio Secretary Sharon Thomas Finance Council Chair John Heeden Steve Balli, Richard Conger, Sheila Covar, Tiffany Ingram, Sam Jernigan, Joseph Jones, Paula Long. SACRAMENTAL LIFE Penance and Reconciliation Saturday ~ celebrated from 4-4:30 PM and by appointment. Baptism Baptisms are during Mass the third weekend of each month. Preparation is required before scheduling the time and date. Call the Parish Office to register for baptismal class. Marriage Contact the Deacon six months in advance of the ceremony. Sacrament of the Sick If you wish to receive the sacrament of the sick during a prolonged illness or before surgery, please call the office. Communion If you wish to receive communion from a Eucharistic Minister due to illness, age, or handicap, please call the the office. These visits are made after the Mass has been celebrated. Mass Intentions for February 8 to 16, 2014 Saturday, Sunday, 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. John D. Wolfe, dec. by Henri & Marianne Andrews Ryan McCullough, dec. by Deacon & Mrs. W. James 58th Anniversary Remembrance for Michael & Joan Todaro Pro Populo Monday, 9 a.m. Mikiala M. Etheridge, dec. by St. Mary Ladies Guild Tuesday, 9 a.m. Margaret Price, dec. by Saint Mary School Wednesday Thursday, 9 a.m. 7 p.m. No No Mass Evelyn Smith, dec. by Rick & Vicki Ellis Spanish Mass Friday, 9 a.m. For a Special Intention by Kuczynski Family Saturday, Sunday, The Sanctuary Lamps for the week of February 9 to February 15 Church Lamp: will be lit for a very special intention for Mrs. Bryant & Family Chapel Lamp: will be lit for a very special intention for Mrs. Bryant & Family 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. Altar Flowers The week of February 9 are in honor of Ramona Ames on the occasion of her Birthday Holly Farfour, dec. by Aunt Judy Farfour & John Farfour Shirley Burbidge, dec. by Deacon & Mrs. W. James Henry Labrecque, dec. by Bill Smyk 1 p.m. Pro Populo
3 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2 February 9, 2014 A Special Valentine s Evening for Married Couples Thursday, February 13th St. Mary School Auditorium Starting at 7PM Light hors d oeuvres will be served while you are lead through an evening of song, story and reflection with Bob Donius Cost: $15.00 per couple To Register call the Parish Office at ext. 10 or 26 World Marriage Day Sunday, February 9, 2014 World Marriage Day honors husband and wife as head of the family, the basic unit of society. It salutes the beauty of their faithfulness, sacrifice and joy in daily married life. Take the time today to tell your spouse how much your marriage means to you. Plan to enrich your marriage by attending the next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. World Marriage Encounter Weekend May 16-18, 2014 Raleigh, NC Early sign up is highly recommended. For more information visit the website at or contact us at or call Knights of Columbus State Raffle Tickets available from all Knights after Masses on Feb. 8/9, 15/16, 22/23 and March 1/2, 8/9, 15/16, and 22/23 Drawing: May 17, 2014 at the state convention (need not be present to win). First Prize: 7 Day Alaskan Cruise including airfare for 2 plus $700 cash. Second Prize: 7 Night Hawaiian vacation including airfare for 2 plus $500 cash. Third thru seventh prizes: $200 each. Principal Immaculata Catholic School seeks an experienced educational leader to serve as principal for its PK-8th grade school for the school year. Immaculata Catholic School (enrollment of 160) has provided 88 years of quality Catholic education for Henderson County in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and is fully accredited by AdvancED through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Full job posting and application can be found at employment. To be considered for this position, please submit an application and resume by March 5, 2014 to Fr. Martin Schratz, OFM Cap. Pastor, Immaculate Conception Parish, 208 7th Avenue West, Hendersonville, NC or Sunday, February 9 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time * Faith Formation Middle School & High School, classrooms 11:15am to 12:45pm * Faith Formation K thru 5th, classrooms, 11:30am to 12:30pm * RCIA, Lounge, after 10:00am Mass * Spanish Language Choir Practice, Church, after 1:00pm Mass Monday, February 10 * No Meetings Tuesday, February 11 * SVDP Meeting, 6th grade classroom, 6:00pm * Perpetual Novena, Chapel, 6:45pm * Legion of Mary, Library, 7:00pm Wednesday, February 12 * Bible Study, Galatians, 6th grade classroom, 7:00pm Thursday, February 13 * SMS H.S.A. Executive Board Meeting, Cafeteria, 8:15am * 10:00am Choir Practice, Church, 7:00pm * Diocesan Valentine s Evening for Married Couples, Auditorium, 7:00pm Friday, February 14 * School Liturgy, Church, 9:00am * Spanish Language Choir Practice, Church, 6:00pm Saturday, February 15 * 5:00pm Choir Practice, Church, 3:30pm * TYM Pork BBQ Dinner, Auditorium, 5:30 to 7:30pm Sunday, February 16 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time * No Faith Formation Classes today * RCIA, Lounge, after Mass * Spanish Language Choir Practice, Church, after 1:00pm Mass January 26 $8, Budgeted: $7, Over (Under) $ Parish Calendar The following food items are needed by our St. Vincent de Paul Society to help them in assisting those in Wayne County. Peanut Butter (large and small), jelly, cereal, peas, mac n cheese, potted meats (salmon, Treet, Spam, chicken, tuna), soups but not chicken or tomato soups. Thank you for your generosity! Offertory Report Church in Latin America: $1, Feb. 16: no second collection
4 Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 3 Goldsboro, N. C. In our thoughts and prayers: Pray for the intentions of those in nursing facilities, the homebound, the chronically ill, and those who are critically ill. Please remember in a special way the following parishioners who have requested your prayers: Ralph Bailey, Judy Cordeiro, Lee Davis, Marjorie Dixon, Hattie Evans, Agnes Harris, Bertha Kish, Erma Lawrence, Denise Lewis, Dorothy Lewis, Billie Myers, Benjamin Raposa, and Terry Williams. If you would like your name included in the Prayers for the Sick in the Bulletin please contact our coordinators for Prayers for the Sick, Gloria at or JoAnn at Please also remember in your prayers all of our parishioners who are in the military especially those who are deployed. READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Tuesday: 1 Kings 8:1-7, 9-13; Psalm 132:6-7, 8-10; Mark 6: Kings 8:22-23, 27-30; Psalm 84:3-5, 10-11; Mark 7:1-13 The 2014 Bishop s Annual Appeal funds 30 ministries in the areas of charity, evangelization and worship. The BAA impact each parishioner and visitor to our Diocese every week through the area of worship. In addition to the ongoing formation of the Priests and Deacons currently serving in our Diocese, the BAA funds nearly the entire amount needed to educate our future Priests. There are currently 25 Seminarians in Priestly formation for the Diocese including the 8 young men who entered this past Fall. The BAA also now funds seven college Campus Ministry Centers. Last year, a new Center was opened on the Campus of NC Central University. College campuses have an average Catholic population of 28% but receive no funding from non-catholic institutions. Without the BAA, there would be no opportunity for our college age youth to practice their religion or learn about the Catholic faith for the first time. Overall, the BAA will provide over $6 million in the upcoming year to help those in physical and spiritual need. You are invited to learn more through the parish, in today s bulletin insert or online at BAA.DioceseOfRaleigh.org. Thank you for your participation. Wednesday: 1 Kings 10:1-10; Psalm 37:5-6, 30-31, 39-40; Mark 7:14-23 Thursday: Friday: Saturday: \ Sunday: 1 Kings 11:4-13; Psalm 106:3-4, 35-37, 40; Mark 7: Kings 11:29-32; 12:19; Psalm 81:10-11ab, 12-15; Mark 7: Kings 12:26-32; 13:33-34 Psalm 106:6-7ab, 19-22; Mark 8:1-10 Sirach 15:15-20; Psalm 119:1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34; 1 Corinthians 2:6-10; Matthew 5:17-37 [20-22a, 27-28, 33-34a, 37] Memorial Donations have been received in Memory of Tempie B. Farfour Given by John, George & James Farfour (her sons) Mrs. Gloria Kennedy TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION You need more than water for a bath. Most family bathrooms contain an arsenal of soaps and emollients, lotions, shampoos, and conditioners to combat grime and honor the body. A bath without oil is still unthinkable. No wonder early Christians used lavish amounts of oil to "paint" the skin of people drawn dripping wet from the baptismal font on Easter. There were two oils used in baptism long ago. "Oil of exorcism" protected candidates from "evil spirits"; it strengthened their resolve and purified their purposes. The second oil, slathered over them after baptism's bath, "sealed" them, making them like Christ, the anointed one, the priest, the prophet, the king. Chrism has always had a powerful odor; rich resinous perfumes are stirred in before it is consecrated. As the newly baptized were embraced by new brothers and sisters in Christ, the scent permeated the hall of Eucharist, a sign of our connection to Christ and to one another. --Rev. James Field, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
5 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 4 February 9, 2014 HSTYM ST. MARY S TOTAL YOUTH MINISTRY MSTYM Respect Life Making A Difference for Jesus Do You Have To Be Religious To Be Pro-life? Faith Formation Schedule Sunday, February 9 Faith Formation Classes for Middle & High School. Sunday, February 16 No Faith Formation Classes. St. Mary TYM Information February 15th Pork BBQ Fundraiser Tickets on sale in the Parish Office cost is $7.00. March 1st Youth Mass and Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser in place of Youth Event. March 8th All Day Ice Skating Event, lunch, and Mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Saint Mary School Corner Keeping Spirit and Faith in Education From a scientific perspective, what fundamentally constitutes an organism as a certain type of being is its genetic structure. Trees have tree DNA. Dogs have canine DNA. And humans have human DNA. Humans receive their basic genetic structure at the moment of conception. Written into the single fertilized cell possessing 46 chromosomes is all the information that the human zygote will need to grow towards full development. No other extraneous genetic material will ever be needed. Science tells us, therefore, that from the moment of conception we have a genetically living human being (and the "development" continues throughout life until death). This means that human life is to be respected and protected; it is not to be taken capriciously, especially from the innocent. You certainly don't have to be religious to understand the critical importance and dignity of human life. Even most atheists can agree to this basic idea. But let s say that my Christian belief is the sole grounding for my opposition to abortion. Would this be so bad? Would I be imposing my beliefs on others to say that abortion is immoral? Think throughout the history of America ---- many if not most of those who opposed slavery and championed human rights were Christian believers who allowed their faith to guide their opposition to evil. Think of Harriet Beecher Stowe, William Lloyd Garrison, and the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Should their opposition to moral evil have been dismissed because of their religious beliefs? Of course not. ~http://www.pro-lifearticles.org Did you or someone you know miss our Open House in January? Don t worry you can still have a personal tour of Saint Mary School with our Principal, Mrs. Magoon. Just call the school office at ext. 11 or to arrange a date and time for your tour. We are still accepting registrations for the school year 2014/2015. Some grades do have limited openings. Happenings at SMS for the week of February 10 to 14: H.S.A. Executive Board Meeting, Thursday, February 13th at 8:15am 45th grade has the Bake Sale on Thursday, February 13th. Friday, February 14th is Valentine s Day and students should wear Valentine Colors with uniform bottoms. Friday, February 14th School Liturgy at 9:00am in the Church. Donations have been received For the Family Life Center In Memory Of Josephine Bannon By Dr. & Mrs. Donald Nobers Golden Agers of Goldsboro Mr. & Mrs. Gary Vaccaro Baddour, Parker & Hine, P.C. The Commons on Country Day Mrs. Gloria Kennedy
6 Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church 5 Goldsboro, N. C. Preserving and Sharing the Rich Culture and Inspiration of Gospel Music Members of the Diocesan Gospel Choir will be providing the music for our 5:00pm Mass on Saturday, February 15th. The information below has been graciously provided by Mrs. Ann Hurrey, a member of our Parish and an active member of the AAMEN Chapter here at St. Mary. This will give you a little idea of why and how the Diocesan Gospel Choir came to be. On Saturday, February 15th you can hear this wonderful choir as they will be providing the music for our 5:00pm Mass. During the 2013 Year of Faith and Service, the Commission of AAMEN Chapters in the Diocese asked for permission to form a choir of members from across our diocese who had an interest in sharing gospel music as a means of evangelization. Gospel music is spiritually-based and comes directly from the experiences of African Americans. Prayers & scriptures were put to music & rhythm as an expression of the hope & faith of the African Americans, many of whom were slaves. As Catholics we are asked by our church to share our talents fostering a better understanding and respect for all cultural groups. To this end and to follow the mandate to share our talents, Lauren Green, the Director of the Office of AAMEN, presented the proposal to form a Gospel Choir to our Bishop. Bishop Burbidge granted his permission and Gloria Burton, Minister of Music, Holy Cross Catholic Church, Durham, NC agreed to direct and play for the choir. There were approximately members, who met in Raleigh for rehearsals a couple of times a month at their own expense. Initially they sang for MLK Mass 2013, Chrism Mass 2013 and African Heritage Mass 2012 & This year, they have been given permission to sing at Parish programs & Masses by special invitation and permission of the Pastor. Participation in this choir is opened to all people in the diocese who have a love and interest in gospel music. Many of the songs & Masses come from, but are not limited to Lead Me, Guide Me, 2 nd. Edition, GIA Publications. For further information about the choir, contact Mrs. Gloria Burton,
7 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 6 February 9, 2014 TYM BBQ PORK DINNER SATURDAY,FEB.15TH ONLY 200 TICKETS Get yours now and enjoy a great meal and help support our TYM activities. Cost: $7.00 Where: Saint Mary Auditorium Time: 5:30 to 7:00pm The food is going to be great...so be sure you have a ticket! Join the St. Mary Book Club The Highnooners Guest Speaker Deacon Webster James Modern Day Media The effect on our lives and why he gave up a career in broadcasting Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 at 6pm East Coast Wings 101 N. Berkeley Blvd., Goldsboro, NC Young adults are invited to come and meet other people & explore faith in a comfortable setting. Sponsored by: St. Michael Catholic Community Young Adult Ministry We meet in the Faith Formation Office the 3rd Thursday of each month October through May. Bring a brown bag lunch if you like and come and discuss varied generes. Our next meeting is Thursday, February 20th and the book we are reading is; Wildflower Hill by Kimberley Freeman. St. Mary Parishioners donated 61 dozen cookies to the USO of North Carolina Cookie Drop at Seymour Johnson Air Forde Base. This cookie drop is part of the mission of the USO of North Carolina to lift the spirits of our troops and their families and is only possible because of the generosity of individuals like the wonderful members of St. Mary Catholic Church. Thank You from the USO and our local airmen and women.
8 Iglesia Católica Romana Santa María 7 Goldsboro, N. C. Directorio Padre Patrick Keane ext. 27 Bautismos Elvira Ponce Sacramentos Afirmación de misión La parroquia de Santa María es una comunidad católica y diversa que trabaja junta para vivir el evangelio, crecer en fe por la Eucaristía y compartir nuestros talentos en servicio a otros. Bautismo: Asistir a la preparación, padres y padrinos y fijar la fecha con el sacerdote. Confesión: Sábados de 4:00pm a 4:30pm Para enfermos en el hospital o en casa comuníquese con la parroquia. Unción de los Enfermos: Si usted quiere recibir el sacramento por enfermedad u operación favor de comunicárnoslo. Comunión para enfermos: Si tiene algún familiar en el hospital o en casa que desee recibir la comunión comuníquese con la parroquia. Matrimonios: Iniciar la preparación con seis meses de anticipación. LUZ DEL MUNDO Si no podemos dar testimonio concreto del amor de Cristo en nuestras vidas, entonces, sin duda, somos sal que se ha vuelto desabrida. Nuestro sabor y nuestra influencia se han perdido. Qué difícil es recuperarlos de nuevo. A fines de la década de 1940 el movimiento cristóforo empezó en Estados Unidos. El lema de los cristóforos: "Es mejor encender una vela que maldecir la oscuridad", atrajo a muchos a través del uso eficaz de los medios de comunicación, los anuncios y la inspiración de sus miembros para proclamar a Cristo en el lugar de trabajo. Jesús nos llama a ser esa vela y a ponerla en el lugar más visible. Jesús, que trajo la vida eterna al mundo, nos dice que nosotros también somos la luz del mundo. Mediante nuestro mundo y nuestras acciones tenemos que dejar que nuestra luz brille ante todos para que al ver nuestras buenas obras, todos puedan glorificar a Dios. Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. Platicas Pre-Bautismales Requisitos: Asistir a las pláticas, padres y padrinos Traer copia del acta de nacimiento del niño (a) Traer copia del acta de matrimonio de los padrinos Llenar una solicitud por niño. Estar registrados o registrarse en la parroquia. Confirmaciones Estar bautizado Haber hecho la primera comunión Ser mayor de 15 años Presentación de 3 Años Requisitos: Solicitarla 2 meses antes Estar bautizado (a) Donación XV Años Si cumples y/o deseas celebrar tus XV años en los primeros 6 meses del año te invitamos a inscribirte para la preparación: Requisitos: Estar bautizada Haber hecho la primera Comunión Inscribirse con 4 meses de anticipación Asistir a la preparación Donación Abogado Certificado en Migración El ministerio social católico tiene un abogado autorizado y reconocido para casos de migración Si usted necesita algún servicio comuníquese con: Jim Palmer Tel. (252) (Habla español) 2717 Memorial Boulevard, Greenville TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE La primera santa americana fue Rosa de Lima, peruana de nacimiento. Murió en 1617 y fue canonizada en 1671, diez años después de la primera fundación inglesa en lo que hoy son Estados Unidos de América. Esta santa americana es acompañada por otros santos como san Felipe de Jesús (mexicano) canonizado en 1862 y Madre Francisca Cabrini (italoestadounidense y la primera santa de EE. UU.) canonizada en Oficialmente hay 60 santos y 77 beatos que nacieron o trabajaron en América. La mayoría de estos son 50 mexicanos, 33 brasileños, 12 canadienses, nueve estadounidenses, ocho colombianos, siete peruanos, tres argentinos y tres chilenos. Guatemala, Cuba, República Dominicana, Uruguay y Venezuela tienen un santo(a) cada uno. Estados Unidos y Canadá comparten siete mártires. La mayoría de los santos o santas del continente americano fueron beatificados o canonizados durante los últimos 100 años. Sólo ocho de ellos y ellas fueron canonizados durante los últimos ocho años. No todos estos santos nacieron en América, pero sí dedicaron su vida a evangelizarla. Estos 137 santos de la Iglesia universal son un testimonio de la obra del Espíritu Santo en el continente americano. --Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
9 Quinto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 8 9 de febrero de 2014 LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA La Campaña Anual del Obispo 2014 financia 30 ministerios en el área de caridad, evangelización y culto. El área más grande donde se utilizan sus donaciones es por medio de la caridad con aquellos más necesitados. La Campaña Anual del Obispo proporciona un tercio los fondos a Caridades Católicas. El año pasasdo solamente se asistieron a más de 63,500 personas; a muchos de ellos ayudándoles de muchas veces al año. Además de alimentos, ropa, y casa, Caridades Católicas proporciona educación para aquellos necesitados a ser auto suficientes. La Campaña Anual del Obispo también brinda fondos a través de la parroquia a lo largo de la Diócesis para quienes se encuentran físicamente necesitados en nuestra comunidad o personas abusadas por su cónyuge, como de edad avanzada que no pueden costear sus medicinas necesarias para combatir las enfermedades. En general, la Campaña Anual del Obispo brindará más de $6 millones de dólares este año para ayudar a aquellos necesitados física y espiritualmente. Usted está invitado a aprender más a trevés de la parroquia, en el boletín de hoy o en línea ingresando a BAA.DioceseofRaleigh.org. Gracias por su participación. Lunes: Martes: Miércoles: Jueves: Viernes: Sábado: Domingo: 1 Reyes 8:1-7, 9-13; Salmos 132 (131): 6-7, 8-10; Marco 6: Reyes 8:22-23, 27-30; Salmos 84 (83):3-5, 10-11; Marco 7: Reyes 10:1-10; Salmos 37 (36):5-6, 30-31, 39-40; Marco 7: Reyes 11:4-13; Salmos 106 (105):3-4, 35-37, 40; Marco 7: Reyes 11:29-32; 12:19; Salmos 81 (80):10-11ab, 12-15; Marco 7: Reyes 12:26-32; 13:33-34 Salmos 106 (105):6-7ab, 19-22; Marco 8:1-10 Eclesiástico 15:15-20; Salmos 119 (118):1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34; 1 Corintios 2:6-10; Mateo 5:17-37 [20-22a, 27-28, 33-34a, 37] Divorciado? Vuelto a casar? Pensando en casarse con alguien que se divorció? Tiene preguntas acerca de la libertad de casarse en la Iglesia Católica? Sabía usted que el Tribunal está disponible para responder a estas y otras preguntas que usted pueda tener acerca de volverse a casar en la Iglesia? Por favor, póngase en contacto con el Padre Jonathan Woodhall ( ) con sus preguntas, o usted puede visitar nuestro sitio web para más información.