1 19 October th Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday Mass Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM Sunday AM: 6:30, 8:00, 9:45, 11:30 Sunday PM: 1:15 (Español), 5:00 (Teen Mass), 6:30 Weekday Mass Monday Friday: 6:30, 8:30 AM Wednesday: 7:00 PM (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena) (Tagalog Mass every 4th Wednesday of the month) Saturday: 8:30 AM Adoration Weekly: Fridays 9:00 AM 5:00 PM Monthly: 13th of the month 9:00 AM 6:00 AM (on the 14th) Pastor Fr. Patrick Moses Parochial Vicars Fr. Martin Nguyen Fr. Daniel Reader Permanent Deacons José Campos Del Davis Steve Germain Gerald Pyne School Principal Monica Hayden Penance Monday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish) Friday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish) Saturday: 3:30 PM or by appointment (English & Spanish) Parish Office Hours Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM* *Closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00 PM Saturday and Sunday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 5201 Evergreen Avenue, Cypress, CA
2 In these final weeks of the Church s year, our reading from Matthew 22:15-21 point towards what lies ahead. Today s gospel and that of next Sunday tell of the growing confrontation with the nation s leaders that will lead to Jesus death. And in our last three readings from Matthew s gospel Jesus warns his hearers that the end is approaching. The exchange recorded in today s gospel is well known. Matthew s brief account tells us a great deal about the situation that was developing in the last days of Jesus life. The Jewish people resented the Roman occupation of their country; now, those who have turned against Jesus exploit this situation to discredit him. The dilemma that Jesus is placed in by the question put to him about the paying of the Roman tax is brought out in Matthew s account by the composition of the group putting the question Pharisees and Herodians. The Pharisees represent Jews who have a real problem of conscience paying the tax. Strict Pharisees would have considered the inscription on the denarius handed to Jesus which almost certainly read, Tiberius Caesar, son of the divine Augustus, great high priest to be blasphemous. This influential group, dedicated to upholding the traditions of God s people, would have asked themselves whether they were compromising their principles by paying their tax with this coin. If Jesus encouraged the paying of the tax, he would not only offend the Pharisees, but also antagonize the common people who so resented the Roman rule. The Herodians, followers of Herod, had no scruples concerning the tax. If Jesus condemned the paying of the tax, he could be denounced for rebellion. The reply of Jesus, Then pay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God (Matthew 22:21) is not a clever evasion, as we may be led to think. With this reply, he turns the question back on his questioners taking the discussion beyond the level of the partisanship they are trying to exploit, he tells them that they are faced by a decision of conscience. As is so often the case think of our own times involvement in the political life of the nation is not a straightforward matter. The Romans had originally occupied the land at the invitation of Jewish leaders, bringing a relative stability that replaced a situation of continuing anarchy. Those living in the time of Jesus must ask themselves whether the presence the Romans was the lesser of two evils. God is Lord of all, certainly, Jesus is telling his listeners; but Jewish conscience must judge whether the Roman presence is providential, preventing a worse situation. We should note that Jesus invites the people to make their own judgment of conscience; he does not make it for them. We would misunderstand the reply of Jesus if we thought it was meant to instruct us about the relationship that should exist between Church and State. His reply concerns, not the order of politics, but the order of moral responsibility the individual s duty to participate in the life of the nation in a way that best promotes the common good of justice and peace. At a later date, when the Roman state became a demonic force intent on destroying the Church, defiance of the authorities was called for, and produced the martyrs who were the glory of the early Church. With my prayers in Christ, Fr. Patrick Parish Office Business Administration Steve Germain, Business Manager Kathy Loch, Admin. Secretary Margie Mendez, Secretary Lisa Giacomi, Bulletin Adult Formation Rebecca Soto, Director Ministerio Hispano Sr. Maria Teresa Salceda, Director Humberto Arreola, Coro Hispano Health Care Ministry Sr. Rita O Connell, Director Worship Kimberly Wargo, Director of Music Stewardship Carlos Ramirez, Director Youth Formation Ruth Bradley, Director Elaine Brewster, Secretary Sherri Nelson, Secretary Youth Ministry Laura Benoit, Director Denise Gonzales, Secretary Parish School Monica Hayden, Principal Infant Baptism It is necessary to attend a Pre-Baptism Information Evening. Register in the Parish Office at least two months prior to the proposed Baptism date. Sacraments To complete sacraments or to become Catholic, adults contact the Parish Office; children and teens contact Youth Formation. Marriage Contact the Parish Office. Six months preparation is required. Anointing of the Sick In case of serious illness or surgery, contact Health Care Ministry.
3 "We give thanks to God always for all of you, remembering you in our prayers, unceasingly calling to mind your work of faith and labor of love and endurance in hope of our Lord Jesus Christ, before our God and Father, knowing, brothers loved by God, how you were chosen." (1 Thes 1:2-3) Kathy Loch (Fr. Patrick's administrative assistant and our office manager) was not available - what a time to take vacation! This week's leader of the counting ministry team dropped off a check on my desk. The numeric amount was written as "$ 5 0 0" and the line that should have verified the giver's intention as "five hundred and no/100" dollars was blank. Kathy always handles these delicate matters and she was nowhere to be found. I decided not to hand this task off to another on our capable staff - it was time for a "new" experience for me. I know, it seems simple - just ask, "is it 500, 50 or 5?" What I thought was, "if the amount is small, how can I ask and not cause any embarrassment?" It sounds silly now and it presupposes that any amount is "small" in God's eyes, but I was new at this and frankly, I was projecting my own feelings of embarrassment that I would feel if I could not give the bigger amount - ugh, the sin of pride. I also did not want to feel disappointment if I heard the smallest amount - ugh, the business manager "hat." She answered after two rings. She could not hear me at first because I was trying to keep my voice low. After posing my question again, in a voice far-too-loud-for-mycomfort, I heard the kindest, most gentle response with the words, "Oh sweetie, five dollars!" followed by words of thankfulness and joy! I thought instantly of the Gospel lesson of the widow's mite (Mark 12:41-44) and how blessed our parish community is to have so many giving and working in faith and laboring in love. The gift of the person that I called, combined with yours amounted to $28,039 in sacred giving this past weekend. Thank you! Deacon Steve TODAY TODAY IS WORLD MISSION SUNDAY! Please keep the Missions in your daily prayers. Please be as generous as you can to today s collection. LAST WEEKEND FOR THE TRAVEL SIZE ITEM COLLECTION: All personal hygiene items are welcome toothpaste, soap, combs, shampoo, hand sanitizer, deodorant and all the rest! Please remember to think SMALL as we are collecting TRAVEL SIZE items which are easier for our homeless brothers and sisters to carry and store. Thanks so much for your generosity and God bless! WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR CIVIL MARRIAGE BLESSED? We will be answering questions on Blessing Marriages for couples who have been married civilly but aren t married in the Church after each Mass (except 1:15) in classroom #16. MONDAY CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER: 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall. WILLS & TRUSTS SEMINAR: 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Education Building. If you have question how to begin or update you own estate plan, please join us. Admission is free; refreshments will be served. Reservations are not necessary but welcome. To make reservations or for information call or TUESDAY MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS: Please join us in praying the rosary every Tuesday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass in the crying room. WALKING FOR HEALTH: 9:15 a.m. Meet in front of the Ed Bldg for a 1/2 hour walk. CAPACITAR: 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the Education Building. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in the Hall conference room. For more information please call Jay Conklin at FALL MEETING FOR LECTORS: 7:00 8:30 p.m. in the Church. Our Fall meeting for current and new Lectors. Workbooks for will be available for purchase at $10. For more information please call Patti Kirby at AL-ANON MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in Room #7. For more info call Betty at WEDNESDAY MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA: Join us in the crying room after the 8:30 a.m. mass. ROSARY FOR LIFE: Please join us each Wednesday morning after Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena in the Crying Room at approximately 9:45 a.m. For more information please call Diane Caldera DIVORCED? SEPARATED? You will find help, discover hope, and experience healing during DivorceCare's two-hour weekly seminars. 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Youth Formation Building conference room (next to the Hall). $15 workbooks. Scholarships available. Call Pat Hansmeyer at for more information. THURSDAY BIBLE STUDY: 9:15 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. in the Ed bldg. We are studying the Psalms. FRIDAY LEGION OF MARY: 9:30-11:00 a.m. in the Education Building. For more information please call Grace at CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP MEETINGS are held at 7:30 p.m. in classroom #6. Anyone who wishes to enrich their prayer life is encouraged to attend. All are welcome. SATURDAY FOOD BAGGING: Volunteer help is needed to bag food for H.O.P.E. s next distribution day. Meet at the convent garage at 8:00 a.m.
4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 PRO-LIFE EVENT CELEBRATE LIFE 8AM to 2PM at Holy Family Parish, Artesia Holy Mass begins at 8AM. FREE admission, breakfast and lunch! MONDAY, OCTOBER 27 CAPACITAR EVENING 7:00 8:30 p.m. in the Education Building Empower yourself by learning these restorative and restful movements. OCTOBER CURSILLO! The powerful God who made the universe tells us how much He loves us in Isaiah 43:4: "You are precious in my sight, you are glorious and I LOVE you". Come closer to Our Father who loves us, get to know His son Jesus even more than you do now. Fill your heart with the fire of Love from the Holy Spirit. Give yourself the gift of Cursillo, where your unique close encounter with the grace of Jesus Christ, will open your heart so you can be filled with the love He longs to share with you so you can share it with those around you. Men's weekends: October 23-26, 2014 Women's weekends: Oct 30 - Nov 2, 2014 For more information please contact Vernon Atwood at or OCTOBER BABY SHOWER During October, in honor of Respect Life Month, our parish is throwing a month-long baby shower for Precious Life Shelter. When dropping off an unwrapped gift, please place it in the playpen located next to the Holy Family statue. To help you select a gift, a flyer will be next to the playpen. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3 WOMEN S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Faith Formation workroom If you are a cancer survivor, newly diagnosed or dealing with treatment, your presence will be most welcome. Meetings are held the first Monday of each month. If you would like to attend, please contact Terry Arenz, our WCSG Facilitator/Parish Nurse, at TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 CATHOLIC FAITH CONVERSATION 7 to 9 p.m. in a parishioner's home the first Tuesday of the month. We are a small group of Catholics who discuss our faith beliefs... helping us to learn more from each other; helping us to grow closer to God; and share our faith with others with greater faith and conviction. The Legion of Mary sponsors and facilitates the meeting. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR GREATER INVOLVEMENT In a few weeks we will begin sending a weekly to all parishioners who choose to receive it. The weekly will tell you about events at our parish that will help you and your family become more engaged in St. Irenaeus (opportunities for fellowship, learning about our faith, becoming more active). If you would like to receive this weekly , please go to to opt-in. There is also an opt-in hotlink on our parish web site (sticypress.org). WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 RESPECT LIFE MINISTRY MEETING 7:00 p.m. in classroom #6 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 H.O.P.E. s 25th ANNUAL FUNDRAISER DINNER DANCE H.O.P.E. will be celebrating the silver anniversary of it s annual fundraiser dinner with This Magic Moment, an evening of great food, great entertainment and great friends. The dinner will be held at Knott s Berry Farm Resort Hotel at 7:00 P.M. with an all new menu for your dining pleasure. There will be a silent auction, raffles and, of course, dancing! Tickets go on sale October 18th. All proceeds will benefit H.O.P.E. s outreach programs. Watch the bulletin for further details. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 NEW HORIZONS SUPPORT GROUP 7:00-8:30 p.m. in classroom #14 Planned social activities for single, separated, divorced or widowed, ages 50+. Meets the second Wednesday of each month. Contact: Alicia DeAnda at or Gerry Terpening at FEBRUARY 21-28, 2015 CRUISE TO THE MEXICAN RIVIERA Catholic Charities Auxiliary Chapter II is sponsoring a Fundraising cruise to the Mexican Riviera. Sailing is on Carnival s newest and most innovative ship Miracle. Cost is only $682/person (inside cabin 4C) or $897/person (Balcony 8B). $100 per cabin will go to our charities. The Spiritual Director will be Fr. Patrick Moses. For reservations and more information, call Diane Halal at or Josie Ninofranco at or Captain Mark and Kathy Furlan of CruiseOne at Wedding Banns Kathrine Dela and Juan Ruiz
6 JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY Grades 7 & 8 PEACEMAKERS - This week is our Mandatory Safe Environment Meeting.. Tuesday, October 21 st at 7pm in the Parish Hall. All junior high students should attend. Parents are welcome. Topic: I Matter, A Catholic Compass for developing healthy boundaries. Next week, October 28 th we will have some Halloween fun!!! HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY Grades 9-12 SNL TONIGHT Join us for a night of community building Hawaiian style. Hawaiian shirts encouraged. Remember to bring $2 for pizza. YEAR I SPONSOR MEETING TONIGHT - Sunday, October 19th at 4:00 p.m. in the Hall (Sponsors Only). CHILDREN S MINISTRY Pre-school-6 th Grade (and Sacrament Preparation for older students) CLASSES FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR HAVE BEGUN. Registration is closed for all classes but we still have the option for Home Schooling open. YOUTH FAITH FORMATION OFFICE HOURS: Sunday 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. and Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN OUR CHRISTMAS PROJECT ONCE AGAIN THIS YEAR. We adopt children of military families in the area, helping provide them a wonderful Christmas. REFLECTION Look out, Jesus, it s a trap! The religious leaders send two groups who are fighting with each other to ask Jesus the question about whether or not to pay taxes. They want him to get in the middle of the fight and whoever he agrees with they ll be able to accuse him of something. Jesus is tricky though and manages to completely bypass the trap. He brings the conversation to a higher level. Give to Caesar what is Caesar s, but give to God what is God s. What is God s? Everything! The coin may have Caesar s picture on it but the work that earned it, the person who holds it, and the merchant or tax collector who will receive it, all have God as their beginning and their end. Even the pagan king Cyrus in the First Reading is part of God s plan. Jesus reminds this argumentative bunch that the petty concerns of power and privilege really have no place in the heart of a person if that person s goal is to seek God. ACTION Start a change the world jar. All the loose change you have or find can go in the jar. When it s full, donate it to a charity that helps change the world! Even the smallest of actions can make a big difference. JOURNALING QUESTIONS What do you give to God already? Is there a skill or talent that you have been given by God that you use for the glory of God? If not, is there something you excel at that could be offered to God? Have you ever been stuck in the middle of an argument? Usually you can t win. If you choose one person s side the other will be mad. Often both sides are a little right and a little wrong. What could you do differently the next time you find yourself stuck in the middle? God s Word, Your World! 2014 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. All rights reserved. Written by Nora Bradbury-Haehl. Permission to publish granted by the Most Reverend Francis J. Kane, dd, Vicar General, Archdiocese of Chicago, on January 7, 2014.
7 St. Irenaeus Parish School learning, believing, and serving together ST. IRENAEUS FUN RUN UPDATE After only two weeks of collecting donations, the students of St. Irenaeus Parish School were half way to their goal! They had collected $12,524 out of their $23,000 goal. Mrs. Hayden, our school principal, promised a crazy hair day once the student got to the half way point. That promise was carried out on Thursday, October 16th. With one more week to collect, students hope to hit the goal. If they do, Mrs. Hayden has promised to ride a scooter for an entire day! That s enough to motivate these kids to hit the mark. BRAIN POWER POINT OPPORTUNITIES We are well on our way in the Brain Power Mania Program sponsored by the Buena Park Mall. St. Irenaeus needs a lot of help, since we are in 23rd place out of 25 schools. For the month of October, we have some great opportunities to get back in the game. If you visit the new TJ Maxx Store and log your receipts by October 31st, our school gets 100 points per dollar. That s a huge opportunity! If you go to the Krikorian Theatre during October, don t take just your receipt to customer service but your ticket stub too. Our school will receive points for the ticket you bought, but also a 200 point bonus for the ticket stub. Lastly, you can support the Giving Children HOPE program that feeds children in Orange County. Many children in our public school communities don t have enough to eat. Giving Children HOPE provides food each weekend for these children to take home to their families. You can stop by customer service in the mall and drop off food items. Our school gets 100 points per pound. What s needed most is peanut butter, water, canned meats, oatmeal, and pasta. Please no glass items.
9 TO PRAY FOR THE SICK PARA PEDÍR POR LOS ENFERMOS Amable Tito Aguiluz Loretta Arredondo Rachel Ayala Teresa Barbarino Scott Basford Bob Biedenharn Pearl Bordas Frances Boudreu Tony Caira Theresa Chavez Gonzalo Contreras Penny Dash Fred Easterling Paula Easterling Roberto Ebias Charlotte Escobar Pat Fitzpatrick Viviano Furtado Sally Gamble Joan Gretz Mary Helen Griego Dusty Hanson Mateo Marcel Hassan Laura Kato Katie Keenan Jose Kua Regina Lai Luke Langohr Mila Grace Lent Dona Lopshire Linda Lush Lois Lyle Vincent Martella Rosemary McGuire Tom McNamara Yvonne McNamara Nita Manalo-Cue Linda Mansolino-Sperry Victor Martinez Jesus Medina Robert Mendoza Tommy Mendoza Denis Montoya Erica Ornelas Donardo Paglinawan Deborah Pickett Jimmy Pontejos Jason Smith Kerry Smith Chris Solan Raymond Tanguay Christine Welsch W e R e m e m b e r O u r D e c e a s e d Rodolfo Alvarez Clara Armstrong Joseph Boccanfuss Adelaida Concepcion David Decos Josie Falvey Christine Galvan Mark Garcia Mary Hill Mary Hogan Helen I. Jank Carmen Madrid Roger Manuzon Gary Minnott Peter Pang Mary Rapisarda Hugo A. Revollo Loretta Stamos Genevieve Sullivan Justin Teopaco Donna Toward Vince Vinceri Brandy Starr Williams READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY 26 OCTOBER TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Exod 22:20-26 / 1 Thess 1:5c-10 / Matt 22:34-40; L148A Sharing Questions: When it comes to loving God, I struggle most with to loving neighbor, I struggle most with to loving self, I struggle most with Those who have taught me the way of righteousness are Preguntas para Compartir: Cuando se trata de amar a Dios, con lo que más lucho es con... de amar al prójimo, me cuesta más y con amor hacia mí mismo, yo lucho más con... Aquellos quienes me han enseñado el "camino de la justicia" son... TO ALL CAREGIVERS IT S OKAY TO ASK FOR HELP! Caregiving Workshop Monday, October 20 th 7:00 PM Parish Hall We need to care for our caregivers, too. This workshop will teach caregivers strategies and coping skills to ensure your own sense of well-being. It will also remind caregivers that it s okay to ask others for help to achieve it! Monday, October 27 th 7:00 8:30 PM EDUCATION BUILDING Empower yourself by learning these restorative and restful movements. CAPACITAR EVENING FALL LABYRINTH WALK MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10 TH Parish Hall 7:00 8:30 PM Feel free to drop by anytime during the walk to experience the calming affect of this rhythmic, full-body prayer. This is a wonderful way to quiet your mind and open your heart. If you re not sure what the labyrinth is all about, PLEASE come and experience the quiet, restorative, contemplative and meditative environment for yourself. It can be a powerful and spiritual moment by merely walking into His presence on your personal journey. Namaste! Contact Monica at CONGRATULATIONS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 8599 ON YOUR 30TH ANNIVERSARY! Dedicated to service to St. Irenaeus Church & the community Created and dedicated to protecting Christian family life. ALL SOULS ENVELOPES are available at the church exits. Please return them before November 2nd so your loved ones will be remembered during our novena of masses.
10 En estas últimas semanas del año de la Iglesia, nuestra lectura de Mateo 22: apuntan hacia lo que viene. El evangelio de hoy y la del próximo domingo hablan de la creciente confrontación con los líderes de la nación que dará lugar a la muerte de Jesús. Y en nuestras tres últimas lecturas del evangelio de Mateo, Jesús advierte a sus oyentes que el fin se acerca. El cambio registrado en el evangelio de hoy es bien conocido. El breve relato de Mateo nos dice mucho acerca de la situación que se estaba desarrollando en los últimos días de la vida de Jesús. El pueblo judío resentía la ocupación romana de su país; Ahora, los que se han puesto en contra de Jesús, explotan esta situación para desacreditarlo. El dilema en el que Jesús es colocado al preguntarle sobre el próximo pago del impuesto romano, se lleva a cabo en el relato de Mateo por la composición del grupo que formulara la pregunta - fariseos y herodianos. Los fariseos representan a los judíos que tenían un verdadero problema de conciencia al pagar el impuesto. Los Fariseos estrictos habrían considerado la inscripción en el denario entregado a Jesús en el que es casi seguro que leía: "Tiberio César, hijo del divino Augusto, gran sumo sacerdote" - como blasfemia. Este influyente grupo, dedicado a la defensa de las tradiciones del pueblo de Dios, se habría preguntado si estaba comprometiendo sus principios mediante el pago de sus impuestos con esta moneda. Si Jesús alentaba al pago del impuesto, no sólo ofendería a los fariseos, sino también antagonizaría a la gente común que resentía la dominación romana. Los herodianos, partidarios de Herodes, no tenía escrúpulos en materia del impuesto. Si Jesús condenó el pago del impuesto, podría ser denunciado por rebelión. La respuesta de Jesús: "Entonces, paguen al César lo que es del César y a Dios lo que es de Dios" (Mateo 22:21) no es una evasión inteligente, como podemos ser llevados a pensar. Con esta respuesta, se vuelve a la pregunta sobre sus interrogadores - tomando la discusión más allá del nivel del partidismo que están tratando de explotar, él les dice que ellos se enfrentan a una decisión de conciencia. Como suele ser el caso - piensen en nuestros tiempos - la participación en la vida política de la nación no es un asunto sencillo. Los romanos habían ocupado originalmente la tierra, por invitación de los líderes judíos, trayendo una relativa estabilidad que reemplazó a una situación de anarquía permanente. Los que vivían en la época de Jesús debieron preguntarse a sí mismos si la presencia de los romanos era el menor de dos males. Dios es el Señor de todos, sin duda, Jesús está diciendo a sus oyentes; pero la conciencia judía debe juzgar si la presencia romana es providencial, evitando una situación peor. Debemos tener en cuenta que Jesús invita a la gente a hacer su propio juicio de la conciencia; él no lo hace por ellos. Nosotros malinterpretaríamos la respuesta de Jesús si pensáramos que esta estaba destinada a instruirnos acerca de la relación que debe existir entre la Iglesia y el Estado. Su respuesta no concierne al orden de la política, sino al orden de la responsabilidad moral - el deber del individuo a participar en la vida de la nación, de una manera que promueva mejor el bien común de la justicia y la paz. Posteriormente, cuando el estado romano se convirtió en una fuerza demoníaca con intenciones de destruir la Iglesia, el desafío de las autoridades era necesario y esto produjo los mártires quienes fueron la gloria de la Iglesia primitiva. Con mis oraciones en Cristo, P. Patrick DOMUND DOMINGO MUNDIAL DE MISIONES Dios ama al que da con alegría» (2 Cor 9, 7). La Jornada Mundial de las Misiones es también un momento para reavivar el deseo y el deber moral de la participación gozosa en la misión ad gentes. La contribución económica personal es el signo de una oblación de sí mismos, en primer lugar al Señor y luego a los hermanos, para que la propia ofrenda material se convierta en un instrumento de evangelización de una humanidad que se construye sobre el amor. ESTA SEMANA EN NUESTRA PARROQUIA LUNES ROSARIO POR LA PAZ Y LAS FAMILIAS a las 6:30pm en la Iglesia. MARTES REUNION DEL EQUIPO COORDINADOR DE JOVENES PARA CRISTO en el salón Modular a las 7pm. JUEVES GRUPO DE ORACION a las 7pm en el salón #7. PRACTICA DEL CORO HISPANO a las 7pm en el salón #16. VIERNES JOVENES PARA CRISTO, grupo de adultos, temas de reflexión y crecimiento espiritual. Se reúnen a las 7pm en el Edificio de Educación. SABADO ASESORIA DE INMIGRACION de 10 a 12 en el salón #9. Por favor hacer cita al tel