1 Sunday: Saturday: Weekdays: MASS SCHEDULE 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:00am and 5:00pm 12:45pm Deaf Community Mass 8:00am and 5:00pm 6:30am and 8:00am ST. PEREGRINE DEVOTION First Saturday of the Month - Immediately following 8am Mass. RECONCILIATION / CONFESSIONS Saturday: 3:30pm to 4:30pm 1316 N. ACACIA AVE FULLERTON, CA MISSION AND VISION STATEMENTS BAPTISM Please phone the rectory either before or shortly after the birth of the child. Parents must attend a Baptismal Catechesis. Baptisms are celebrated the 2nd Sunday at 2:30pm by appointment. MARRIAGE Couples planning to be married should contact a Priest or a Deacon at least six months before setting a date for the wedding.. APRIL 1, 2012 PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF OUR LORD CHRIST JESUS HUMBLED HIMSELF, BECOMING OBEDIENT TO THE POINT OF DEATH EVEN DEATH ON A CROSS. ~ PHILIPPIANS 2:8 Order of Friar Servants of Mary United States of America Province St. Juliana Falconieri Catholic Community is a welcoming family dedicated to proclaiming the gospel, celebrating the Sacraments, educating, serving, and providing opportunity for all to enrich their faith. Our vision is...to live as a people of God with Christ at the center of our lives through liturgy, faith formation and community. PARISH OFFICE 1318 N. Acacia Ave. PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: OFFICE HOURS Mon.-Thurs., 9:00am to 5:00pm Fri. 9:00am to 12:00 Noon SCHOOL 1320 N. Acacia Ave. PHONE: FAX: PASTOR Rev. Frank Falco, O.S.M. PAROCHIAL VICAR Rev. Paul Gins, O.S.M. IN RESIDENCE Rev. Patrick Donovan, O.S.M. DEACON Bill Schlater - (retired) PHONE: DEACON Gerhard P. Stadel PHONE:
2 Page Two THE PARISH AS ONE BODY If the whole body were an eye, where would the hearing be? If the whole body were hearing, where would the sense of smell be? But as it is, God placed the parts, each one of them, in the body as he intended The eye cannot say to the hand, I do not need you, nor again the head to the feet, I do not need you. Indeed, the parts of the body that seem to be weaker are all the more necessary. Now you are Christ s body, and individually parts of it. (1 Cor. 12:17-25) The Seven Essen!al Elements of Parish Life constantly interrelate, each nurturing and suppor!ng the other with the communal celebra!on of Sunday Eucharist at the center. LEADERSHIP Pastor Rev. Frank Falco, O.S.M Parochial Vicar Rev. Paul Gins, O.S.M In Residence Rev. Patrick Donovan, O.S.M Deacon Bill Schlater - re!red Deacon Gerhard Stadel Pastoral Council Bob Die"erle! School Principal Manuel Gonzales, Jr Director of Faith! Michael McHenry! ! Forma!on Facility Manager! Mark Augus!n! ! Business Manager Parish Secretary Safe Environment STEWARDSHIP Karen Powell Susan Lazuka Vicki Delaney Advancement &! Rick Price Stewardship Stewardship David Hoferer LITURGY Parish O#ce Altar Servers Rev. Paul Gins, O.S.M Children s Liturgy Donna Reinbold Deaf Community Nancy Lopez Environment! Altar Care Catherine Haydon! Mariana Meurer ! Eucharis!c Ministers Deacon Gerhard Stadel Lector Training Vern Meurer Music Director! Organist! Spirit Group Todd Helm! Claudia Kellogg! Donna Fairrington ! ! Ushers Alberta Saran SERVICE Bereavement Michele Tanaka Italian Catholic Fed. Dolly Church Knights of Columbus Andre Vasquez! Respect Life Barbara Legas! Claire McKellogg ! Spiritual Partners In Care Doris Chiare"a St. Vincent DePaul Paul Durning EVANGELIZATION Catholics Come Home Shawn Graham! ! Deacon Gerhard Stadel Communica!ons!!! Constant Contact! Glenn Casterline! ! Website Jan Young Voca!ons John McElligo" Welcoming &! Belonging/Outreach Kathy Gleeson WORD (Faith Forma!on) Adult Educa!on Michael McHenry! ! Bap!sm Judy Allen Con rma!on/hsym Kerry & Maura Condon! Jr. High Youth Ministry! Sco" Kambak Grades 7-8 RCIA (Rite of Chris!an! RCIA Team Ini!a!on of Adults) School of Religious! Michael McHenry! ! Educa!on Grades 1-8 St. Juliana School! School Parents Club Manuel Gonzales, Jr. Principal! Carole Cassell ! Sunday School 9 a.m. COMMUNITY Julianna Tapia BSA Religious Emblems Hunter Piper Exercise Class Bernade"e Gilwee Fall Fes!val John & Maureen Kohaut Mary s Journey Nina Viscon! Men s Retreat Terry Reinbold Mom s Group Debbie Cusack NAIM Eileen Shannon! ! (Widows / Widowers) Newman Club! (College Students) Prayer Chain Mary Gin Chaille Fr. Mark Aaron Riomalos Chaplain Rita Semple! ! Maggie Armstrong Small Chris!an Communi!es Barbara Die"erle Y.L.I. Catholic Women Debbie Shimaoka
3 Page Three April 1, 2012 ~ FROM THE PASTOR ~ Palm Sunday of the Passion of Our Lord we celebrate this weekend is an interesting festival of contrasts. On the one hand we remember the solemn, parade-like entrance of our Lord into the city center of Jerusalem amid cries of jubilation. On the other hand, we read about persons lurking in the shadows who view the spectacle with chagrin and skepticism. Who is this man on a donkey? What is he up to? Why are the people so joyous? One theme comes through loud and clear during the reenactment of this event as we wave our blessed palm and take it with us to adorn our homes, is the fickleness of human nature. As the events of our Lord s Passion unfolded, almost everyone who lined the streets of Jerusalem were nowhere to be found on the Via Dolorosa as Jesus carried his cross to Calvary. This has some similarity in our own day when Christians gather at Easter to celebrate the Resurrection event and the coming of spring with its warm weather and blossoming gardens, and then vanish for a period of time. This should not be surprising. The church has long been divided between cultural and intentional Catholics. While we enter into Holy Week, it is my hope and prayer that we will renew our commitment to be intentional Catholics. As we honor our Blessed, Risen Lord with shouts of joy this Easter, may our daily lives reflect a lively faith not only in theory but in practice too. At a recent meeting of our Knights of Columbus, Council 4018, Peter Rudyk, Jr. gave a report of the longstanding commitment of our Knights to the homeless through the endeavors of the Armory staff. All the clothes you have donated over the past months have fulfilled one of the most needed Corporal Works of Mercy, clothe the naked! Thank you to our Knights and St. Juliana parishioners. Lane Paulsen from the Knights is our parish representative for the annual Crop Walk which will be held on Sunday, April 29 th. Money raised by walkers will be used to fund our Fullerton Interfaith Emergency Services (FIES) and the international Food for the Hungry. We are in need of walkers and those who are willing to donate on-line to assist with this Corporal Work of Mercy, feed the hungry! Please go to Lane s The new missalette/hymnal in the blue binders we use at Mass is designed to fit into the back clear plastic sleeve but not the front sleeve. The front and back sleeves are designed for the two volume version that is changed seasonally. Some parishioners have inserted the front cover into the front clear sleeve. By doing that, the binding will tear and the hymnal will not be secure in the blue binder. I ask everyone; please do not insert the front cover into the sleeve. It seems logical to do that but it is not designed that way by Oregon Catholic Press, the publisher. The back cover is already inserted in the back sleeve. Pete Lauder, St. Juliana parishioner, is a deacon aspirant in the formation program for the Diocese of Orange and as part of his formation toward ordination to the deaconate he is ministering at the Catholic Detention Ministry and Theo Lacy jail. Along with his wife Jan, Pete participates in monthly Communion Services, each about one hour long. Three to eight inmates attend each service. Pete and Jan are available to the inmates to answer their questions and comments as they learn more about our Catholic Faith. We look forward to Pete s future ordination to the Deaconate. (continued) (continued) I am happy to announce that Bishop Brown has assigned an additional permanent deacon to St. Juliana parish. On March 13th I received a letter from Deacon Frank Chavez, director of the office of the Deaconate. The letter officially assigns Deacon Charles Doidge from Fullerton to serve as deacon here at St. Juliana, effective May 1, Deacon Doidge has been serving at St. Philip Benizi this past year and we look forward as he joins Deacon Gerhard Stadel and retired Deacon Bill Schlater. In the weeks ahead we will work together to plan our collaborative ministry as we continue to serve our parishioners. Your participation in the Get on the Bus dinner and auction helped to raise $12,000 to hire buses to bring children to visit their incarcerated parents on Mother s Day and Father s Day. While this was a collaborative effort with the Congregational Church of Fullerton, St. Juliana was a key partner in this enterprise. The committee promises to improve on some of the hiccups. Better food for dinner and guidelines for the auction. We hope to co-sponsor this again. I wish to thank all who worked for months planning this event, especially the cochairs: Barbara Dietterle and Barbara Johnson, and our Newman Club and Knights of Columbus. We wish our Italian Catholic Federation (ICF) success this weekend as they celebrate the yearly St. Joseph Table Bake Sale in the Parish Center after the Sunday morning Masses. This occasion will benefit our St. Vincent de Paul food outreach. As we approach the Holy Triduum, our school children will celebrate the Living Lent in Church at 10:30am and 11:15pm on Wednesday, April 4th. Everyone is welcome to participate. Divine Mercy Sunday is April 15th The Novena in preparation begins on April 6th and continues for nine days to April 12th. During the Novena we mention the names of the people specified, confession before and for eight days after Easter Sunday, Holy Communion on Divine Mercy Sunday, Chaplet of Mercy and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Holy Hour at 3pm. The bulletin this week has an insert. I began to share with you the Bishops Statement on Religious Freedom and the HHS Mandate in last week s bulletin. I ended with what the Bishops said this debate is not about. Now, with this second installment we hear what the Bishops say the debate is about. An unwarranted government definition of religion. The mandate includes an extremely narrow definition of what HHS deems a religious employer deserving exemption--- employers who, among other things, must hire and serve primarily those of their own faith. We are deeply concerned about this new definition of who we are as people of faith and what constitutes our ministry. The introduction of this unprecedented defining of faith communities and their ministries has precipitated this struggle for religious freedom. Government has no place defining religion and religious ministry. HHS thus creates and enforces a new definition---alien both to our Catholic tradition and to federal law---between our houses of worship and our great ministries of service to our neighbors, namely, the poor, the homeless, the sick, the students in our schools and universities, and others in need, of any faith community or none.and if this definition is to stand, it will spread throughout federal law, weakening its healthy tradition of generous respect for religious freedom and diversity. All---not just some- --of our religious institutions share equally in the selfsame God -given, legally-recognized right not to be forced to act in a manner contrary to their own beliefs. (More next week). In the Joy of Our Faith, Fr. Frank Falco, O.S.M.
4 Page Four PARISH CALENDAR (ALL SCHEDULES) Sun., April 1 PALM SUNDAY - PASSION OF OUR LORD Coffee - ONLY (SCC Hosts) Visit the Bake Sale! ICF s St. Joseph s Table - Bake Sale (PC) 10:30am Deaf Community (Rm 1) 6:15pm HSYM - Yr 1 (PC) Mon., April 2 10am SCC (Rm 1) 6pm Boy Scouts (Rm 3) 7:30pm RCIA (Rm 1) Tues., April 3 7pm Rosary & Benediction 7:30pm K of C (Rm 1-2) 7:30pm SCC (Rm 3) Wed., April 4 8:30am Stretchersize Class (Rm 1) 10:30 & 11:15 Living Stations - School 6pm Finance Mtg (kitchen tbls) 7pm Girl Scouts (Rm 3) 7pm Spirit Group (Church) 7pm SCC (Rm 4) Thurs., April 5 Fri., April 6 Sat., April 7 HOLY THURSDAY Holy Triduum Begins 8am Morning Prayer Noon School Dismissal 6:30pm Cub Scouts (Rm 3) 7pm Mass of Our Lord s Supper -followed by Adoration at Altar of Repose (in PC) GOOD FRIDAY 8am Morning Prayer Noon Living Stations - HSYM 3pm Divine Mercy/ Stations 7pm Our Lord s Passion, Veneration of the Cross, & Holy Communion HOLY SATURDAY 8am Morning Prayer w/ St. Peregrine Devotion 8pm Easter Vigil Sun., April 8 EASTER SUNDAY - THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD (7:30am, 9am, & 11am Masses - no 5pm) ST. PEREGRINE DEVOTION REMINDER: St. Peregrine monthly devotion- after 8am Morning Prayer on Holy Saturday. Come pray with us and receive a blessing with the relic of St. Peregrine. Why not invite a friend to this beautiful and meaningful devotion. ST. JOSEPH S TABLE Italian Catholic Federation s Annual St. Joseph s Table Celebration This Sunday- Palm Sunday, April 1st This honored Italian Celebration is taking place, in our Parish Center, as an incredible bake sale after all Sunday morning Masses. Plan to stop by - sample and purchase a variety of delicious homemade goodies, all hand-made by our community Italian Catholic Federation. Stock-up on goodies and treats for your Easter celebrations. Thank you in advance for your generosity! All proceeds benefit St. Vincent de Paul. MASSES FOR THE WEEK Mon., Apr. 2 6:30am John B. 8:00am Joe Gilbert Tue., Apr. 3 6:30am Fr. Pat Donovan, O.S.M. 8:00am Daniel Pelikan Wed., Apr. 4 6:30am Rick Greene Jr. 8:00am Pompeyo Rosales Thu., Apr. 5 8:00am Morning Prayer 7:00pm Parishioners Fri., Apr. 6 8:00am Morning Prayer 7:00pm Communion Service Sat., Apr. 7 8:00am Morning Prayer / St. Peregrine 8:00pm Parishioners & RCIA Sun., Apr. 8 7:30am Parishioners 9:00am Parishioners 11:00am Parishioners PRAYER INTENTIONS PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL WHO ARE ILL AND IN NEED OF OUR LOVING SUPPORT IN THIS COMMUNITY, Anne Holler (wife of Ed Holler)... and all the names listed in our Book of Healing. PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL OUR BELOVED DEAD: May their souls and all the souls of the faithfully departed rest in peace. Amen LIVING STATIONS THE CROSS Holy Thursday Good Friday Holy Saturday EASTER SUNDAY ALTAR CARE - April 6, 2012 Claire Buckley Irene Luzano Good Friday, April 6th ~ 12:00noon in the Church Please join us as our HSYM present the Station of the Cross. April 5th 8am Morning Prayer 7pm Mass of the Lord s Supper April 6th 8am Morning Prayer 12pm Living Stations of the Cross 3pm Divine Mercy Stations Cross 7pm Our Lord s Passion, Veneration of the Cross, and Communion April 7th 8am Morning Prayer / St. Peregrine Devotion 8pm Easter Vigil April 8th Masses 7:30, 9:00, and 11:00am No 5:00pm Mass on Easter Sunday Barbara Legas Moyra Wilkins SCHEDULE ONLY
5 Page Five KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS NEWS Apr 3 Apr 5 Apr 17 Apr 21 7pm ODM 7pm KC Fellowship 6pm Dinner prior to GBM 7pm Rosary 7:45pm KC GBM Morning - Annual Day of Sharing (Marywood) 7pm Magic Show (see info below) KNIGHTS FAMILY OF THE MONTH February 2012 John and Mary Alice McKenna Congratulations...and thank you for everything you do! ALL NEW ACTS! MAGIC SHOW Knights of Columbus present the 4th Annual Magic Show Saturday, April 21, 2012 ~ 7pm St. Juliana Parish Center Adults $20 / 12 and under $15 / groups of 10+ $15 Tickets on sale after Mass or contact Brian Burley at for more information. Don t miss out on the fun! DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY APRIL 15th 3:00pm - in the Church Please consider joining us for Adoration, Benediction, praise & worship, veneration of first class relic of St. Faustina, and Chaplet of Divine Mercy. EASTER LITTLE WHITE BOOKS This Easter devotion book is available, for a small donation, after all Masses this weekend. Don t forget to pick one up! CROP HUNGER WALK St. Juliana parish will participate in the Annual CROP Hunger Walk on Sunday, April 29 th. Registration begins at Noon and the Walk begins at 1pm - from the corner of Harbor and Wilshire. CROP Hunger Walks help children and families worldwide -- and right here in the U.S. -- to have food for today, while building for a better tomorrow. Each year some two million CROP Hunger Walkers, volunteers, and sponsors put their hearts and soles in motion, raising some $16 million per year to help end hunger and poverty around the world and in our own communities. Our local efforts are making a huge difference!...and you are part of it! For info, go to website or contact Knights of Columbus parishioner, Lane Paulsen at or GOOD FRIDAY COLLECTION The daily news reminds us of the violence and instability plaguing the Middle East, but we rarely hear of the shrinking Christian community there, a community that struggles to remain in the land of Christ s birth, death and resurrection. Please help support our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land by giving to the Good Friday Holy Land Collection. This collection allows us to continue caring for Christianity s holiest sites and for God s people in the Holy Land. Please be generous in your support. SCHOOL HAPPENINGS School Living Stations of the Cross...will be offered by the St. Juliana eighth grade drama class on Wednesday morning, April 4th at 10:30 and 11:15am. The students reenact the Way of the Cross through the eyes of Jesus' mother, Mary. All are invited to attend. Spring Break begins April 5th - 12:00noon Return on Mon., April 16th Have a wonderful break - come back refreshed and renewed! WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS! The Welcoming & Belonging/Outreach Commission is hosting a celebration for those who have joined our parish in recent months. It will be held in the Parish Center, right after the 9am Mass on Sunday, April 15th. All parishioners are invited to join in the celebration and welcome the new people to our faith community. We encourage leaders of parish ministries to attend. New parishioners, please contact, Barbara Legas at , if you plan to attend. FROM THE PSA COMMITTEE... "Our 2012 PSA Campaign is off to a great start! We've accomplished 1/3 of our goal - receiving over 200 pledges totaling approx. $119,000. Keeping in mind our Diocesan assessment was $109,000 - we've already fulfilled our assessment and generated $10,000 for the parish! Any additional donations will continue to be returned to St. Juliana and used to help us reduce our outstanding $1.4mm construction loan. If you have yet to make a pledge please consider making one today. Any amount counts. Whether you can pledge $5, $25, $100, etc. Can we count on you?" FISH FRY SPONSORS - THANK YOU! Once again, we thanks all of our Fish Fry food/supply Donors: Panera Bread Cafe, Orange County Painting, OC Metal Processing, Original Wheels, Alta Vista Country Club, Fullerton Golf Course, Blake's Place, Viele & Sons, Sun Meats Company, La Paz Products, Inc., Game Truck OC, Papa John's Pizza, La Fonda Mexican Restaurant, The Grill, Sam's Club, Arrowhead Nestle Waters, MG Disposal, Polly's Pies, Driftwood Dairy, Mimi's Cafe, Icelandic Seafood, El Cholo Restaurant, Kelly Paper, Sunny Delight Beverage Company, A&I Powder Coating, Restaurant Depot. We would like to also thank these families for their personal donations to Fish Fry: Enke-Giacalone, Sances, Valbuena, Mrs. O'Dononvan, Pettijean, LaBreche, Thiede, Haley, Brojden, Bender, Mathews, James-Trujillo, Molina, Hopkins, Watts, Cassell, Steinberg. Thanks to all those who helped to sponsor this Fish Fry!
6 FAITH FORMATION FAITH NIGHT UPDATE! NO Faith Night, this week! We will see you for FAITH ON FIRE April 11th. Meet in the Parish Center - not in the class. JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY Next Meeting, Wed., April 11th ~ 7:30-9:00pm The speaker is from Diocesan-approved organization BirthChoice - focusing on the topic Love & Responsibility -geared towards teenagers...see you there! April Activity - Downtown Disney, Sun., April 15th ~ 11am Please contact Scott Kambak for details - reservation forms at Parish Office HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY Next Meetings, Sun., April 1st ~ 6:15pm - Yr 1 catechesis Sun., April 15th ~ 6:15pm - Yr 2 catechesis 2nd Year HSYM Retreat Weekend - April 27-29th Sacrament of Confirmation - Sat., May 12th - 10am VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL (VBS) SAVE THE DATE! VBS will be held the week of July 16-20! If you would like to join our planning team contact Mike or Come join the SKY Team! RCIA ELECT SPOTLIGHT SARAH KEY Page Six Sarah Key was born in Whittier and raised in the Fullerton area. She went to Sunny Hills High School and graduated with a Criminal Justice degree from Cal State Fullerton in During her childhood Sarah and her grandmother attended a Mormon church until her mother, Deb, began taking her to a non-denominational Christian church. When that church had to close down Sarah started looking for another church to call home. She met her fiancé, Ray Gomez, in 2006 and began to occasionally attend St. Juliana s, where Ray s brother, Manuel, his wife Alexis, and their children, Brandon and Kiara, are parishioners. Sarah had been considering joining RCIA just before Alexis became very ill in early In August while attending Alexis Celebration of Life at St. Juliana s, Sarah met Claire Buckley, who encouraged her to take the next step and call the parish office to sign up for RCIA. Sarah is so thankful for all the parishioners and RCIA leaders who have been such a blessing during the loss of Alexis and throughout Sarah s RCIA journey. She is also grateful for the support and guidance of her sponsor Manuel. Sarah and Ray are excited to be celebrating their marriage with a full Mass at St. Juliana Church on October 20, 2012! CATHOLICISM SERIES with Fr. Robert Barron The long awaited CATHOLICISM Series is here! This 9 session DVD event will begin on Saturday, April 14th with a mini-retreat from 9-12pm, followed by a light lunch. The series will then be presented on Thursday evenings, April 19th - June 14th 7:00-8:30pm in the Parish Center THE EVENT IS FREE. We should glory in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, for he is our salvation, our life and our resurrection; through him we are saved and made free. -Opening Antiphon, Evening Mass of the Lord s Supper, Roman Missal If you would like to take your experience deeper, you may choose to purchase an official binder that includes all first-rate materials for $45. Contact Mike McHenry now to register! (714) CARING COMPANIONS NEED YARN The outreach ministry, Caring Companions is in need of yarn - new, or remnant.anything you would like to donate! The wonderful ladies of this ministry knit and crochet lap robes for people in convalescent hospitals. Please consider making any yarn donations to Rita Semple at READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Is 42:1-7; Jn 12:1-11 Tuesday: Is 49:1-6; Jn 13:21-33, Wednesday: Is 50:4-9a; Mt 26:14-25 Thursday: Chrism Mass: Is 61:1-3a, 6a, 8b-9; Ps 89; Rv 1:5-8; Lk 4:16-21 Lord s Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15 Friday: Is 52:13 53:12; Ps 31; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 19:42 Saturday: a) Gn 1:1 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; c) Ex 14:15 15:1; d) Is 54:5-14; e) Is 55:1-11; f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 4:4; g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Mk 16:1-7 Sunday: Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 or Mk 16:1-7 or (at an afternoon or evening Mass) Lk 24:13-35
7 Page Seven MAGNIFICAT PRAYER BREAKFAST MARY S JOURNEY Families take Mary s statue for a week and pray the rosary together each night. Mary s Journey is on a mission to welcome prayer back into families. Saying the rosary and meditating on the mysteries allows us to become aware of the life of Jesus, as witnessed in the eyes of his Mother. March 31-5pm Saturday Brian Bodine April 8-9am Sunday Glen and Nina Visconti Please join in a morning of Praise, Prayer, Fellowship & Inspiration! Sat., April 28th ~ 9:30am - 12:30pm Radisson Newport Beach Hotel, 4545 MacArthur Blvd. Newport Beach, CA Registration by April 23rd ~ $25. At the door ~ $30 Visit for a flyer and registration. (Flyers also available at the Parish Office and in the vestibule of the Church.) Mail to Magnificat Ministry, P.O. Box 4381, Orange, CA If you are interested in signing up for a week please contact Nina Visconti, or OPERATION RICE BOWL Your contributions through Operation Rice Bowl support Catholic Relief Services (CRS) projects around the world as well as in your own diocese. Time to Turn the cardboard bowls in! Return in the offertory basket or bring them to the Parish Office. THANK YOU! EASTER FOOD BASKETS Thank you to the many men and women of St. Vincent de Paul for all their work in putting holiday Easter Food Baskets together for the families-in-need in our community. Your Christ -like service is exemplary. Thank you! CATHOLIC SINGLES The Catholic Alumni Club International is looking to expand into the Orange diocese. We provide a group dedicated to social, cultural, civic and spiritual relationships in a Catholic setting. For more information, please check out the following site or contact Steve at PRAYER FOR MILITARY FAMILIES Please pray for the following members of St. Juliana s presently serving in the military and for their families: Tai Le, Jason Romeo, Peter Chavez, Stephen Gapinski, Edward Gonzales, Trey Chiriboga, Robby Longpre, Christopher Simonds, Lance and Trevor Day, Anthony Garcia, Brian Krause, Raul Tito Velazquez. Ave Maria Gregorian Chants conducted by Lucien Diess, CSSp Available on CD ($17) World Library Publications the music and liturgy division of J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. CATHOLICS COME HOME MINISTRY Have you been away from the Catholic Church? Has it been a while since you ve joined us for Mass or any other parish activities? Is your own spirituality enough, or do you need something more? Do you have lots of questions about faith and church? You may be hearing God s loving call to return to the active practice of your Catholic faith. We can help you. This ministry reaches out to inactive Catholics who wish to consider returning to the Church and to the sacraments. We offer support and guidance through a series of non-judgmental growth sessions. For more information please contact Deacon Gerhard , Sean Graham at , or the Parish Office For more info on our programs, and happenings, visit WHY IS IT A man wakes up after sleeping under an ADVERTISED blanket on an ADVERTISED mattress and pulls off ADVERTISED pajamas bathes in an ADVERTISED shower shaves with an ADVERTISED razor brushes his teeth with ADVERTISED toothpaste washes with ADVERTISED soap puts on ADVERTISED clothes drinks a cup of ADVERTISED coffee drives to work in an ADVERTISED car and then.... refuses to ADVERTISE believing it doesn t pay. Later if business is poor he ADVERTISES it for sale. (714) WHY IS IT? TREASURES OF THE VATICAN 2012 WALL CALENDAR Illuminated manuscript art from the Vatican Apostolic Library (The Pope s personal collection!) Charming photographs of Pope Benedict XVI and excerpts from his writings Large Roman Catholic calendar grid with important liturgical and civil dates St Juliana Church (B) 12x9, full color JSP12-VCR $ For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc
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Pray for me as I will for thee that we may merrily meet in heaven. St. Thomas More Catholic Church 1200 N. Indiana Street Mooresville, IN 46158 Parish Office Phone Emergency Phone Adoration Chapel Parish
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Welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Mass Schedule Saturday: Sunday: Holy Day: 4:00 pm 8:30 am & 10:30 am 5:30 pm Page 2 Our Lady of Lourdes, Toledo, December 10, 2017 Rev. Joseph Cardone Pastor
Saint Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church We are thankful that you have chosen to spend April 1, 2018, with us, celebrating Easter! Rest In Peace Our sincerest sympathies go to the family and friends
SAINT MARY S PARISH Palm Sunday March 25, 2018 Weekly Mass Schedule Weekday Masses are held in the Parish Center Chapel Saturday, March 24 5:30 PM Manuel Insua, Sr. Sunday, March 25 7:30 AM Mary Rovito
St. Helena Parish 36 Shaker Hill Road - Enfield, NH 603-632-4263 St. Mary s Mission US Route 4 - Canaan, NH Office Hours at St. Helena Rectory Wednesday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Friday 9:00 am - 12 noon Mailing
MEET & GREET & MINISTRY FAIR The Confirmation Class, along with Pastoral Council, and KofC would like to invite everyone to a parish social as we celebrate our Prince of Peace ministries and the unique
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Holy Spirit Catholic Church April 1, 2018 From The Pastor s Desk WELCOME! We invite you to become a member, by registering at the Welcome Table in the Narthex after Mass, or by visiting the Parish Office!
Saint Peter s Rectory 111 Barilla Street Alamo Heights, San Antonio, Tex. Christmas 1937 Christmas Greetings St. Peter, Prince of Apostles Church Alamo Heights, San Antonio, Tex. **1937** Dear parishioner:
Our Lady of Fatima Parish 3218 W Barrett St. Seattle WA 98199 (206) 283-1456 Our Mission: Love God - Love others - Make disciples Our Vision:To make church matter me! o c l e W We welcome you to join our
Saint Mark Parish Dorchester June 4, 2017 Pentecost Sunday Saint Mark Parish Dorchester, MA 02124 Sacrament Information: Christ Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Baptism First Sunday of each month at 1 pm.
Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church 120 Sussex Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302 Celebrating Our 100 th Anniversary Our Mission The mission of our Parish is to reach out to all people and encourage them
MAY 21, 2017 Fifth Sunday of Easter Weekend Mass Schedule Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:30 am 1:30 pm Spanish Mass Last Sunday of the Month Weekday Mass Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday: 9:00 am
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March 25, 2018 Saint Patrick Catholic Church Canby, OR Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord Sacraments: Adult Baptism Adults seeking baptism are expected to participate in the RCIA (Rite of Christian
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Next Weekend s Special Collection: The envelopes for this collection can be found in the pews. 5th Sunday of Easter April 29, 2018 Our Lady of Victory P.O. Box 29, 120 Oceanway Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-6161,
Family Matters November 2017 Congratulations! Deacon Tom MacLeod We continue to pray God s blessing on you, Colleen, and your family. Welcome to our Parish! WEBSITE: www.holyfamilylondon.ca PH. # (519)
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Pope John XXIII Church 8290 Soule Road, Liverpool, N.Y. 13090 December 17, 2017 Pastor: Msgr. James O Brien Deacon: Deacon Ralph Jahnige Parish Secretaries: Kathy Przytula, Cathy Valente Music Director:
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St. Helena Parish 36 Shaker Hill Road Enfield, NH 603 632 4263 St. Mary s Mission US Route 4 Canaan, NH Office Hours at St. Helena Rectory Wednesday 9:00 am 2:00 pm Friday 9:00 am 12 noon Mailing Address
WELCOME! We invite you to become a member, by registering at the Welcome Table in the Narthex after Mass, or by visiting the Parish Office! - Parish Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 a.m. -12:00 Noon
Saint Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church The Way of the Kingdom is the Way of the Cross. We are thankful that you have chosen to spend May 13, 2018, with us, celebrating the Ascension of the Lord.
ST. MICHAEL CATHOLIC CHURCH P.O. Box 6310 Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 corner of North Fourth & Broome Streets 904-261-3472 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 24, 2016 KEEP PRAYING St. Monica, whose
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5th Sunday of Lent Amen, amen, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains just a grain of wheat; but if it dies, it produces much fruit. John 12:24 WELCOME! We invite
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The Presbyterian Church at Lakehurst, NJ Rooted in God s Love Growing as Christ s Caregivers Nourished by God s Spirit PASTOR - Pastor Donna Lepsky Dear Friends in Christ, Easter is just around the corner!
As you come to Him, the living stone rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Roman Catholic Church 8320 Old C.R. #54 New Port Richey, FL 34653 Phone 727-372-8600 Web Page: www.stanpr.org Pastor: Rev. Eric Peters Associate Pastor: Rev. George P. Varkey Deacon:
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