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Month of Our Lady Fifth Sunday of Easter May 10, 2020 Lord, let your mercy be on us, as we place our trust in you. Psalm 33 Saint Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church Laguna Beach, CA
  • Month of Our Lady

    Fifth Sunday of Easter May 10, 2020

    Lord, let your mercy be on us, as we place our trust in you. Psalm 33

    Saint Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church Laguna Beach, CA

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    Welcome to Our Parish

    SUNDAY EUCHARIST (MASS) Saturday: 5:30 p.m. (Sunday Vigil) Sundays: 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m.,11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. Spanish Mon - Sat 8:00 a.m.

    HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION MASS SCHEDULE 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

    ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA CHURCH 1042 Temple Terrace Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    Phone: (949) 494-9701 www.stcathchurch.org

    OFFICE HOURS Mon—Thurs 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fri 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    Closed Saturday & Sunday


    Susan Daley-Ministry Coordinator/Office Manager Ext. 8534 or [email protected] Lisa Marcus-Parish Administrator & Bookkeeper Ext. 8533 or [email protected] Charles Stephenson-Director, Music Ministry Gina Stewart-Director, Youth Religious Education/Informacion en Espanol Ext. 8535 or [email protected] General Voicemail Box - Ext. 8531

    CLERGY Rev. Pat Rudolph—Pastor Ext. 8532 or [email protected]

    Rev. Gabriel Stack, O. Praem—Sunday Assistance

    MISSION STATEMENT—We, the community of St. Catherine of Siena Parish, located within the larger, diverse and artistic seaside community of Laguna Beach, recognize and celebrate the uniqueness which is grounded in the sacred mysteries and traditions of the Roman Catho-lic Church and in the history and lives of our individuals, families and leaders. Built on these roots, and in order to see the world as God sees it, we commit ourselves to: being a welcoming sanctuary and a place of prayer and worship, nurturing, assisting, encouraging and serving all those in need, offering all generations opportunities for personal and communal growth, and, by these commitments, to honor our call to evangelization.

    EUCHARISTIC ADORATION On the First Friday of each month we gather in prayer and praise before the Blessed Sacrament. Following the 8 a.m. Mass and concluding at 8 p.m. SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM Parents of infants requesting information about Baptism may contact Father Pat in the parish office. Infant baptisms are celebrated on the second Saturday of the month.

    CELEBRATION OF CHRISTIAN FUNERALS At the time of death, a family member should contact the parish office, as soon as possible, to arrange the date and time for the Funeral Liturgy.

    SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY Couples must begin preparation for their Sacrament at least six months prior to their proposed wedding date. Please call the parish office for more information.

    SACRAMENT OF THE SICK The third Saturday of each month after the 8:00 a.m. Mass. In the event of serious illness or medical emergency, Anointing of the Sick and Eucharist may be arranged by contacting the parish office

    CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA) Adults requesting information about full initiation and communion with the Roman Catholic Church (the sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirma-tion) may contact the office for more info.—949-494-9701

    SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION) Saturdays: 4:00—5:00 p.m. (or by appointment)

    ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA PARISH SCHOOL (Transitional Kindergarten—8th Grade)

    30516 So. Coast Hwy w Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Phone: (949) 494-7339 Fax: (949) 376-5752 www.stcathschool.org

    Angie Trudell —School Principal

    Ext. 211 or [email protected]

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    At Our Parish

    Armed Forces Day is celebrated on the third Saturday in May. Thanks to President Harry S. Truman, it’s a day to pay special tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces. President Truman led the effort to establish a holiday in order for citizens to unite and to honor our military heroes for their patriotic ser-vice in support of the United States of America.

    Armed Forces Day be celebrated on Saturday, May 16, 2020

    The History of Armed Forces Day

    Although, originally, there were single day celebrations for each branch of the military, the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Space Force; this format changed on August 21, 1949, when Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of Armed Forces Day. Stemming from the unification of the Armed Forces under the Department of Defense, the annual celebration now commemorates all branches of the military during one solitary day.

    The first official Armed Forces Day took place on May 20, 1950, and was themed “Teamed for Defense.” In honor of the special day, B-36 Bombers flew over state capitals, a march was led by more than 10,000 veterans and troops in Washington, D.C., and over 33,000 people participated in a New York City pa-rade.

    In addition, the first Armed Forces Day also played an essential part in educating society and expanding public knowledge of the military and the role they play in the community. Therefore, it wasn’t only a means to honor those who serve or who have served in the military, but also a way to showcase its top of the line equipment and abilities used to protect those in our country.

    Interestingly, the marked celebration isn’t just limited to the United States. Other countries who honor this victorious day include Armenia, Australia and New Zealand, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, Cuba, Egypt, Finland, France, Georgia, Guatemala, Hungary, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Lebanon, Mali, Malaysia, Mauritania, Mexico, North Korea, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Venezuela, and Vi-etnam.

    In 1961, John F. Kennedy declared Armed Forces Day a national holiday. It’s celebrated on the third Sat-urday of every May and is exhibited by exercises, parades, and receptions that highlight and honor our amazing military and all of its strength.

    An excerpt taken from an article written in the New York Post on May 17, 1952, sums up Armed Forces Day’s utmost importance, “It is our most earnest hope that those who are in positions of peril, that those who have made exceptional sacrifices, yes, and those who are afflicted with plain drudgery and boredom, may somehow know that we hold them in exceptional esteem. Perhaps if we are a little more conscious of our debt of honored affection they may be a little more aware of how much we think of them.

    Read more: https://militarybenefits.info/armed-forces-day/#ixzz6L783ysDB

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    Readings, Intentions, Saints & Special Observances

    Please pray for the sick:

    Sun: Mothers’ Day Novena Pacheco Family (D) Mon: Mother’s Day Novena Tue: Mothers’ Day Novena Wed: Mothers’ Day Novena Francis Quentin Cabang Sr. (D) Francis Quentin Cabang Jr. (D) Thurs: Mothers’ Day Novena Fri: Mothers’ Day Novena Sat: Mothers’ Day Novena

    Intentions—8:00 a.m. Mass

    Erin Bevacqua, Captain, USMC Evan Dineen, Major, USAF

    Ryan Raffo, Lieutenant, USN

    Pray for those in the Armed Forces:

    SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Fifth Sunday of Easter; Mother’s Day Tuesday: Ss. Nereus and Achilleus; St. Pancras Wednesday: Our Lady of Fatima Thursday: St. Matthias Friday: St. Isidore the Farmer Saturday: Armed Forces Day

    Harry Allen Pola Munoz Malea Anderson Hiroko Nishimaya Donna Beam Zachary Quick Charles Cambruzzi Anthony Ramirez Jakie Canali Trudy Rideout Rick Ciaccio Richard Robertson Myrla Clark Karen Schaeffer Jim Cook Eleanor Schmidt Conor Davis Ann Shea Therese Davis Mike Soto Sarah Delacruz Halina Stanaland Laura Ewing Regine Stanaland Paul Freeman Burton Swann Ruby Garcia Francis Szeibert Diane Gendron Virginia Thomas Patricia Gonzalez Aria Tremblay Mike Helin Sam Vasquez Mary Hobson Richard Watson Ed Johnson Ghinka Wilson Teresa Johnson Lauriann Meyer Melinda Munoz

    READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Acts 14:5-18; Ps 115:1-4, 15-16; Jn 14:21-26 Tuesday: Acts 14:19-28; Ps 145:10-13ab, 21; Jn 14:27-31a Wednesday: Acts 15:1-6; Ps 122:1-5; Jn 15:1-8 Thursday: Acts 1:15-17, 20-26; Ps 113:1-8; Jn 15:9-17 Friday: Acts 15:22-31; Ps 57:8-10, 12; Jn 15:12-17 Saturday: Acts 16:1-10; Ps 100:1b-3, 5; Jn 15:18-21 Sunday: Acts 8:5-8, 14-17; Ps 66:1-7, 16, 20; 1 Pt 3:15-18 or 1 Pt 4:13-16; Jn 14:15-21 or Jn 17:1-11a

    VOCATION Roman Catholics in the United States spend a good deal of time speaking of “vocation” and the manner in which each of us discerns our vocation for life. In today’s apostolic letter, howev-er, Peter gives us the “cornerstone” of our vocation, the descrip-tion of what each of us is called to first and foremost by our bap-tism. He describes our vocation as “a chosen race, a royal priest-hood, a holy nation, a people of [God’s] own, so that you may announce the praises” of Christ, who called us out of darkness into light (1 Peter 2:9). All of us, no matter what path our life’s vocation may take us down, have been chosen by God, made holy, and anointed as priests in the high priesthood of Christ through baptism. All of this, so that we may announce the praises of Christ. Vocation is given for proclamation at home, in the workplace—wherever life takes us—in service, in word, and in sacrament. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

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    Altar Servers Susan Daley 494-9701, x118 Extraordinary Ministers Susan Daley 494-9701, x118 Extraordinary Ministers To Sick & Homebound Susan Daley 494-9701, x118 Homeless Shelter Dinners Lisa Staight 949-852-4442 Jovenes Para Cristo Sebastian Mejia 949-525-5089 Victoria Ramirez 949-202-9410 Lectors Susan Daley 494-9701, x118 Life, Justice and Peace Ministry Beth Healy [email protected] Men’s Fellowship Joe Bevacqua 714-747-3122 Music Charles Stephenson [email protected] Prayer Line Parish Office 494-9701 Religious Education Gina Stewart 494-9701, x119 RCIA please leave message 494-9701 Sacristans Susan Daley 494-9701, x118 Sick & Homebound Visits Parish Office 494-9701 Ushers Susan Daley 494-9701, x118 Women’s Council Stephanie Andrews [email protected] Ministry Coordinator: Susan Daley, 494-9701, x118 or [email protected]

    Are you thinking of joining the Church? Do you have a family member or friend you would like to

    introduce to the Catholic faith? Do you have questions about what we believe?

    If our Catholic faith attracts you, or if you are a baptized Catholic who would like to be Confirmed and receive the Eucharist, our Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) process can help you. YOUR FIRST STEP: Contact the parish office to set up a meeting with one of our RCIA Team Leaders. Please call 949-494-9701. All inquiries are welcome. No immediate commitment is necessary at the time of initial inquiry.

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    My Baptismal Vows

    This Easter season, spend some time each week pondering the questions below to discern how your ordinary world might better reflect the Baptis-mal promises you renewed on Easter Sunday. Do you renounce Satan? And all his works? And all his empty show? Do you believe in God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth? WEEK FIVE: Do you believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was born of the Virgin Mary, suffered death and was buried, rose again from the dead, and is seated at the right hand of the Father? Because of Jesus’ incarnation, death, and resurrection, everyone on earth is invited to the heavenly banquet. What does this mean for your interactions with those on the margins of your ordinary life: philosophical/political opponents, those of other cultures or religions? How can you better honor them as bearers of God’s image?.

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    “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” — St. Teresa of Calcutta

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    School News

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    Lecturas y Noticias

    SAN ISIDRO LABRADOR (1070-1130) 15 de mayo

    Isidro nació en Madrid y toda su vida trabajó como campesino cerca de su ciudad natal. Siendo campe-sino trabajó siempre con el mismo patrón, quien lo explotó y sometió a largos jornales de trabajo. Aun así, Isidro se daba tiempo para asistir a la Santa Misa y hacer oración a lo largo del día. Para él habían tres amo-res indiscutibles: Dios, su familia y la tierra. Siendo muy pobres, él y su esposa María, fueron capaces de ayudar a otros pobres, de tal suerte que la gente llegaba a su casa de piedra por algo más que pan. De hecho, los mismos animales encontraban en ese hogar un lugar de descanso. En los pueblos de América Latina, campesinos por naturaleza, se le considera a Isidro como el patrono de los campesinos y este día se hace una gran procesión con su imagen para pedir a Dios que bendiga la semilla y los instrumentos de trabajo que se-rán utilizados en el período de cosecha. San Isidro enseña que la explotación es injusta y que aun así, es po-sible amar al explotador. —Miguel Arias, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

    Quinto Domingo de Pascua 10 de mayo de 2020 “Yo soy el camino, la verdad y la vida. Nadie va al Padre si no es por mí”. — Juan 14:6

    VOCACIÓN Los católicos en los Estados Unidos pasan mucho tiempo hablando de “vocación” y la manera en que cada uno de nosotros discierne nuestra vocación en la vida. Sin embargo, en la carta apostólica de hoy, Pe-dro nos da la “piedra angular” de nuestra vocación, lo primero y principal en el llamado de cada uno de no-sotros a raíz de nuestro Bautismo. Él describe nuestra vocación como “estirpe elegida, sacerdocio real, na-ción consagrada a Dios, pueblo de su propiedad para que proclamen las obras maravillosas de aquél [Cristo] quien nos llamó de las tinieblas a su luz admi-rable” (1 Pedro 2:9). Todos nosotros, sin importar la senda por la cual nuestra vocación de vida nos lleve, hemos sido elegidos por Dios, hechos santos, y ungi-dos como sacerdotes en el alto sacerdocio de Cristo por nuestro Bautismo. Todo esto, para que podamos anunciar las maravillas de Cristo. Se nos da una voca-ción para que proclamemos mediante el servicio, la palabra y el sacramento dentro del hogar, en el trabajo y dondequiera que nos lleve la vida. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

  • Lecturas y Noticias


    Primera lectura — Eligieron a siete hombres, llenos del Espíritu Santo (Hechos 6:1-7). Salmo — Señor, que tu misericordia esté con nosotros mientras ponemos nuestra confianza en ti (Salmo 33 [32]). Segunda lectura — Ustedes son una raza elegida, un reino de sacerdotes (1 Pedro 2:4-9). Evangelio — Yo soy el camino, la verdad y la vida (Juan 14:1-12). Salmo responsorial: Leccionario Hispanoamericano Dominical © 1970, Comisión Episcopal Españo-la. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.

    LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES Domingo: Quinto Domingo de Pascua; Día de las Madres Martes: San Nereo y san Aquiles; San Pancracio Miércoles: Nuestra Señora de Fátima Jueves: San Matías Viernes: San Isidro Sábado: Día de las Fuerzas Armadas


    Lunes: Hch 14:5-18; Sal 115 (114):1-4, 15-16; Jn 14:21-26 Martes: Hch 14:19-28; Sal 145 (144):10-13ab, 21; Jn 14:27-31a Miércoles: Hch 15:1-6; Sal 122 (121):1-5; Jn 15:1-8 Jueves: Hch 1:15-17, 20-26; Sal 113 (112):1-8; Jn 15:9-17 Viernes: Hch 15:22-31; Sal 57 (56):8-10, 12; Jn 15:12-17 Sábado: Hch 16:1-10; Sal 100 (99):1b-3, 5; Jn 15:18-21 Domingo: Hch 8:5-8, 14-17; Sal 66 (65):1-7, 16, 20; 1 Pe 3:15-18 o 1 Pe 4:13-16; Jn 14:15-21 o Jn 17:1-11a

    BAUTISMOS Nuestros bautizos de infantiles en español están programados contactando Gina Stewart en la ofici-na parroquial. (949)494-9701 Ext. 119 Los padres deben ser miembros de la parroquia de Santa Catalina y los padres necesitan venir a la oficina de la parroquia para la aplicación Bautismal. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o necesita información adicional, por favor contáctenos al (949) 494-9701 ext. 8535 o también puede contactar Gina Stewart en [email protected]

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