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Parish Office/Oficina Monday (lunes) - Friday (viernes) 9-12; 1-4:30 MASS/MISAS SATURDAY/SABADO: 5:00pm., 7:00pm (Spanish), SUNDAY/DOMINGO: 8:00am WEEKDAYS/DIARIAS: Tues. (martes)-Fri. (viernes) 8:30am RECONCILIATION: (Saturday) 4:30pm., (Sunday) 7:30am. Any time by appointment Communally during Advent, Lent, and as scheduled. MISSION STATEMENT The parish family of St. Canera sees as its mission to work together and in the larger community to know, love, and serve God. Based on Scripture, the sacra- ments, and our Roman Catholic tradition, we seek to recognize our dependence on God, grow spiritually, become images of Christ, educate adults and assist in educating children, and as God’s instruments, share our faith with and welcome others. WELCOME: If you are new to our parish we wel- come you and invite you to become a member of Saint Canera. Registration forms can be found in the church or in the office. Sacrament of Marriagecontact the church of- fice six months in advance. Baptism contact or come by the church office for information on classes. Hospital visitation contact the church office with name, location, and room number. MISION DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA La Familia Parroquial de Santa Canera considera que su mi- sión es trabajar unidos e integrarse a la comunidad cristiana más amplia para conocer, amar, y servir a Dios. Fundamenta- dos en la Escritura y en la Tradición de nuestra Iglesia Cató- lica Romana, procuramos reconocer nuestra dependencia de Dios, crecer espiritualmente, convertirnos en imagen de Cristo, educar a los adultos y acompañar la educación de los niños y jóvenes; y, como instrumentos de Cristo, compartir nuestra fe y acoger a los otros. Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time August 30, 2015 XXII Domingo Ordinario 30 de agosto DEl 2015 INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC? Please call the parish office and ask for informa- tion on the RCIA program or send an e-mail to [email protected] Saint Canera, patroness of Irish Sailors, is sitting in a boat with an oil lamp, the symbol of wisdom and virginity, with a monastery on an island in the background where she sought spiritual rest. She was refused entrance to the island but was given Eucharist just before she died. The shamrock speaks to her Irish ancestry. BIENVENIDOS: Si usted es nuevo en nuestra parroquia le demos la bienvenida y lo invitamos a hacerse miembro de Santa Canera. Las formas de registro se puede encontrar en el templo o en la oficina. Sacramento de matrimonio Contacta la oficina parroquial seis meses antes. Bautismocontacta o visita la oficina parroquial y pedir información de las clases de preparación. Visita al hospital Contacta la oficina de la igle- sia con nombre, lugar, y número de cuarto. ¿Quisieras ser católico? Por favor, llamar a la oficina de la iglesia y pedir información del programa RICA o envia un e-mail a [email protected] SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. Derek Swanson, C.M. [email protected] 504 S. WASHINGTON NEOSHO, MO 64850 (417) 451-3411 (417) 451-3432 (fax) [email protected]
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Page 1: SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH · LECTURAS DE ESTE DOMINGO Primera Lectura: Deuteronomio 4, 1-2. 6-8 Salmo Responsorial: 14, 2-5 Segunda Lectura: Santiago 1, 17-18, 21-22, 27 Evangelio:

Parish Office/Oficina

Monday (lunes) - Friday (viernes)

9-12; 1-4:30

MASS/MISAS

SATURDAY/SABADO: 5:00pm., 7:00pm (Spanish),

SUNDAY/DOMINGO: 8:00am

WEEKDAYS/DIARIAS:

Tues. (martes)-Fri. (viernes) 8:30am

RECONCILIATION: (Saturday) 4:30pm.,

(Sunday) 7:30am. Any time by appointment

Communally during Advent, Lent, and as scheduled.

MISSION STATEMENT The parish family of St. Canera sees as its mission to

work together and in the larger community to know,

love, and serve God. Based on Scripture, the sacra-

ments, and our Roman Catholic tradition, we seek to

recognize our dependence on God, grow spiritually,

become images of Christ, educate adults and assist in

educating children, and as God’s instruments, share our

faith with and welcome others.

WELCOME: If you are new to our parish we wel-come you and invite you to become a member of Saint Canera. Registration forms can be found in the church or in the office.

Sacrament of Marriage—contact the church of-

fice six months in advance.

Baptism — contact or come by the church office

for information on classes.

Hospital visitation — contact the church office

with name, location, and room number.

MISION DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA

La Familia Parroquial de Santa Canera considera que su mi-

sión es trabajar unidos e integrarse a la comunidad cristiana

más amplia para conocer, amar, y servir a Dios. Fundamenta-

dos en la Escritura y en la Tradición de nuestra Iglesia Cató-

lica Romana, procuramos reconocer nuestra dependencia de

Dios, crecer espiritualmente, convertirnos en imagen de

Cristo, educar a los adultos y acompañar la educación de los

niños y jóvenes; y, como instrumentos de Cristo, compartir

nuestra fe y acoger a los otros.

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 30, 2015

XXII Domingo Ordinario

30 de agosto DEl 2015

INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC? Please call the parish office and ask for informa-tion on the RCIA program or send an e-mail to [email protected]

Saint Canera, patroness of Irish Sailors, is sitting in a boat with an

oil lamp, the symbol of wisdom and virginity, with a monastery on

an island in the background where she sought spiritual rest. She

was refused entrance to the island but was given Eucharist just

before she died. The shamrock speaks to her Irish ancestry.

BIENVENIDOS: Si usted es nuevo en nuestra parroquia le demos la bienvenida y lo invitamos a hacerse miembro de Santa Canera. Las formas de registro se puede encontrar en el templo o en la oficina.

Sacramento de matrimonio –Contacta la oficina parroquial seis meses antes. Bautismo—contacta o visita la oficina parroquial y pedir información de las clases de preparación. Visita al hospital — Contacta la oficina de la igle-sia con nombre, lugar, y número de cuarto.

¿Quisieras ser católico? Por favor, llamar a la oficina de la iglesia y pedir información del programa RICA o envia un e-mail a [email protected]

SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH

Fr. Derek Swanson, C.M.

[email protected] 504 S. WASHINGTON

NEOSHO, MO 64850

(417) 451-3411

(417) 451-3432 (fax)

[email protected]

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LECTURAS DE ESTE DOMINGO Primera Lectura: Deuteronomio 4, 1-2. 6-8

Salmo Responsorial: 14, 2-5

Segunda Lectura: Santiago 1, 17-18, 21-22, 27 Evangelio: Marcos 7, 1-8. 14-15. 21-23

LECTURAS DEL PROXIMO DOMINGO Primera Lectura: Isaías 35, 4-7

Salmo Responsorial: 145, 7. 8-10

Segunda Lectura: Santiago 2, 1-5 Evangelio: Marcos 7, 31-37

Presentación para niños de 3 años . . . favor parar a la oficina con 3 semanas de anticipacion para apartar la misa y dar sus datos.

Donaciones son bienvenidos. Gracias.

Balance de la Construcción del Centro Parroquial

Total recibidos para construcción: $655,713

Total compromisos recibido en Agosto: $ 3,554

Pago al préstamo hecho cada mes: $ 9,918

¡Por favor recuerde su compromiso con la

construcción. Necesitamos de sus pagos!

Hoy, en el Evangelio de de Marcos (Marcos 7: 1-8, 14-15, 21-23), Jesús se enfrenta una vez más a los fariseos y los escribas por las violaciones de la ley con respecto a la pureza de los judíos. Sus discípulos fueron acusados de no lavarse las manos antes de tomar los alimentos. Jesús rebate a estos expertos en la ley (los fariseos), citando a Isaías a "Este pueblo me honra con los labios, pero su corazón está lejos de mí; es inútil el culto que me rinden, porque enseñan doctrinas que no son sino preceptos humanos" (Isaías 29:13), y dice: "Ustedes dejan a un lado el mandamiento de Dios, para aferrarse a las tradiciones de los hombres". (Marcos 7: 8). A los fariseos no les importaba oír hablar del pecado, mientras que no se aplicara a ellos. Eran justos, pero sólo consigo mismos eran justos. Ellos honraban sus propios estereotipos e imágenes, así como sus propias tradiciones, pero no veían la hipocres-ía de sus propias acciones. Como discípulos, nosotros tam-bién somos retados por el Evangelio a evaluar nuestras pro-pias creencias y percepciones a la luz del camino de Dios en cada aspecto de nuestras vidas. Entonces, se nos invita a ver si vivimos esto en nuestras vidas en vez de decir que seguimos el camino de Dios y luego andamos juzgando a otros por una falta aparente del seguimiento de una verda-dera vida cristiana. Para mí, esto es un aguijón que lastima un poco. Aprecio las palabras de Jesús y trato de vivirlas cada día, sin embargo, a veces hay momentos en que suelo juzgar a otros injustamente, cuando en realidad lo que ne-cesito es desafiarme a mí mismo para vivir el camino de Dios de una mejor manera en mi vida. ¿No debo estar vigi-lante para checar que mi corazón está en el lugar correcto? Un consuelo secreto es este: si nuestros corazones son pun-zados por el aguijón del desafío de Jesús en contra de los fariseos, podemos decir que nuestros corazones están en un proceso de sanación. Pero, debemos estar constante-mente atentos en nuestras vidas para ser "Practicantes de la palabra y no sólo nos limitemos a escucharla." (Santiago 1:22) Una mujer talentosa y decisiva, me habló una vez acerca de una revelación terrible que ella tuvo: se dio cuen-ta a través de la oración que tenía muchas actitudes farisai-cas, porque solía juzgar continuamente a los demás y por-que era ella la que no confiaba en Dios. Qué gran momento espiritual. Si ustedes piensan que son un fariseo, lo más seguro es que no lo son. Si ustedes piensan que no lo son, entonces hay que tener mucho cuidado.

-P. Derek

¡Atención!

El absoluto último dia para registrarse para las clases de doctrina es el 6 de septiembre.

Notas del

Párroco

La PCCW solicita donanciones de la

artensía / artículos hechos a mano

para vender en la Festival de Otoño

de Neosho el 3 y 4 de octubre,

Para obtener más información,

Llame al Diane Strouss at: 451-9441.

Adoración del Santísimo Sacramento Cada jueves en la capilla

(salón después de la oficina) 9:00 AM a 4:30 PM 7:00 PM a 8:00 PM

Desayuno Los caballeros de Colón servirán desayuno el domingo, 30 de agosto después de la Misa. Se aceptan donaciones. Todos están invitados.

Según el plan de Dios, el matrimonio es la

Fundación de la comunidad de la familia,

desde la institución misma del matrimonio y

amor conyugal están ordenados a la pro-

creación y educación de los niños, en

quienes encuentran su coronación.

—Familiaris Consortio. 14

Yo soy la luz del mundo, dice el Señor;

el que me sigue no caminará en tinieblas,

sino que tendrá la luz de la vida.

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Parish Center Building Fund Summary

Building Project Total Expenses Paid: $ 805,900

Original Loan (excludes interest): $ 395,865

Outstanding Loan (excludes interest): $ 183,435

Total Pledges: $ 714,435

Total Pledge Pymnts. Rcvd. (thru 8/23/15): $420,929

Additional Building Fund Donations: $234,784

Total Building Funds Received: $655,713

Loan principal & interest due each month: $ 9,918

Pledge pymnts received (August, 2015) $3,554

Non-pledge receipts (August, 2015) $ 210

Total Building Fund Receipts (Aug., 2015) $3,764

PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS

RECUERDE LAS SIGUIENTES

PERSONAS EN SU ORACIÓN:

Don Wall, Cherri Link, Dorothy Mulik, Josephine Nault,

Janet Ducommun, David Garnett, John Barnes, Jerrie Stone,

Frank Evers, Toye Chavez, Nettie Bradley

(Names stay on list for four weeks, unless renewed.)

Remember your donations for CROSSLINES !

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults RCIA will start in early October. If you know someone who is interested in joining the Church, please have him or her call the church office (451-3411).

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEETING Thursday, September 3

at 7:00 PM in the Rock House

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Thursday

9:00 AM to 4:30 PM 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

In the chapel (Wilma Hahn Room in the basement of the rectory)

The PCCW requests donations

of crafts/handmade items to

sell at the Neosho Fall Festival

on October 3-4.

For more information, call

Diane Strouss at: 451-9441.

Please note:

The absolute last day to register for PSR is September 6.

Attention: The Bright Futures

Backpack program provides back-packs filled with food for children who don’t have enough to eat.

Currently Bright Futures needs 16-oz Jars of peanut butter for the Backpack program. They can also use cans of ravioli. Please consider helping this program feed children. They can also use cans of ravioli. Please place your donations in the marked container in the vestibule.

Thanks for your help!!

Community Day of Service

September 13, 2015 1:45 PM—8:00 PM

Sponsored by Neosho Area Clergy Coalition

Schedule 1:45 PM Meet at Big Spring Park for work project assignments 2-5 PM Teams will be working throughout the Neosho area 5-8 PM Gather back at the park for a cook out, fellowship and fun!

A sign-up sheet is on the table in the vestibule.

For more information call 417-648-9205, or see the flyer on the bulletin board in the vestibule.

Note from the Knights of Columbus . . .

5th Sunday Breakfast Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus on

Sunday, August 30 after the 8:00 Mass.

Eggs, sausage, pancakes, biscuits & gravy, drinks

Donations are accepted for the breakfast.

Fellowship is “on the house”.

Sharing your faith

Do you want to share your faith with others?

If so, please consider being part of the RCIA Team. There

are several roles as a member of the RCIA Team.

For instance, you can:

Be a sponsor.

Facilitate one or more RCIA sessions.

Lead one or more break-out sessions after Mass.

Attend the RCIA sessions, and support the discussions.

If you are interested, please speak with Fr. Derek, or call the

parish office (451-3411). The team will be forming soon.

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SCRIPTURE FOR NEXT SUNDAY

1st Reading: Isaiah 35:4-7

Responsorial Psalm: 146:6-10

2nd Reading: James 2:1-5

Gospel: Mark 7:31-37

SCRIPTURE FOR THIS SUNDAY

1st Reading: Deuteronomy 4:1-2, 6-8

Responsorial Psalm: 15:2-5

2nd Reading: James 1:17-18, 21-22, 27

Gospel: Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23

YOUR GIFTS FOR THE PARISH TO FURTHER GOD’S WORK

BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS Please bring written announcements to

the church office or email to

[email protected] by 9 AM Tuesday

PARISH STAFF

PASTOR

REV. DEREK SWANSON, C.M.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT DEBBIE GORHAM

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS JERRY MAHAN (451-7919)

PCCW (WOMEN’S GROUP) DIANE STROUSS

PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION (PSR) CASEY BURKHART HENSON

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS RALPH FREDERICK

In the today’s Gospel from Mark (Mark 7:1-8, 14-15,

21-23), Jesus is once again confronting the Pharisees and the scribes over apparent violations of Jewish

purity laws. His disciples were accused of not wash-ing their hands before they ate a meal. Jesus quotes Isaiah to these ex-

perts in the law (the Pharisees), “This people honors me with their lips,

but their hearts are far from me; in vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines human precepts,” (Isaiah 29:13) and says, “You disregard

God’s commandment but cling to human tradition.” (Mark 7:8) The Phari-sees did not mind hearing about sin, as long as it didn’t apply to them.

They were righteous, but self-righteously so. They honored their self-images and projections and their own traditions, but did not see the hy-

pocrisy of their own actions. As disciples, we are also challenged by this

Gospel to evaluate our own beliefs and perceptions in light of following God’s way in every aspect of our lives. Then, we are invited to see if we

live these out in our lives as well instead of saying we follow God’s way and then judging others for an apparent lack of following a Christian life-

style. For myself, this stings a bit. I cherish the words of Jesus and try to

live them out each day, yet I find moments when I judge others unfairly, when really I need to challenge myself to live out God’s way better in my

life. Must I not be vigilant that my heart is in the right place? A secret consolation is this: if our hearts are stung by Jesus’ challenge to the

Pharisees, our hearts are almost healed. But, we must be constantly vigi-lant in our lives to be “doers of the word and not hearers only.” (James

1:22) A gifted and forceful woman once told me of a horrifying revela-

tion. She realized at prayer that she was the Pharisee, she who judged others, she who did not trust God. What a lovely moment. If you think

you are a Pharisee, you most surely are not. If you think you are not, watch out.

--Fr. Derek

COMING EVENTS

9/3 Knights of Columbus meeting

9/9 Youth Group meeting

9/9 PCCW meeting

9/13 Community Day of Service

9/16 Parish Council meeting

9/17 Hispanic Committee meeting

Remember when you are considering your will to think about

including the parish among your beneficiaries. Planned giving

involves leaving something for the next generation of Catho-

lics at St. Canera. Your support will make the difference.

SCRIPTURES FOR WEEKDAYS

Mon: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 Lk. 4:16-30

Tues: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-6, 9-11 Lk. 4:31-37

Wed: 1 Colossians 1:1-18 Luke 4:38-44

Thu: 1 Colossians 1:9-14 Luke 5:1-11

Fri: 1 Colossians 1:15-20 Luke 5:33-39

Saturday—August 29

5:00 PM +Kevin Morrow (S/J Morrow)

7:00 PM Parish Family

Sunday—August 30

8:00 AM +Virginia McKenzie (A. Hamlet)

Monday—August 31

No Mass

Tuesday—September 1

8:30 AM +Deceased of the Parish

Wednesday—September 2

8:30 AM +Maurice Ambrose McAuliffe

Thursday—September 3

8:30 AM +Rev. William John Connell

Friday—September 4

8:30 AM +Mary Rosella McAuliffe

Saturday—September 5

5:00 PM +Margaret Patton (R/J Holden)

7:00 PM Ventura Garcia (B. Lopez)

Sunday—September 6

8:00 AM Parish Family

Thank you

for your

generosity!

OUR FISCAL YEAR

TOTAL

$18,871

Find bulletins, schedules, and information on

St. Canera’s website:

www.canera.org

REGULAR

COLLECTION

$2,849


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