Home >Documents >Saint Peter Catholic Church - Amazon Web › bulletins › ... · PDF file...

Saint Peter Catholic Church - Amazon Web › bulletins › ... · PDF file...

Date post:23-Jun-2020
Category:
View:0 times
Download:0 times
Share this document with a friend
Transcript:
  • Saint Peter Catholic Church 100 Saint Peter Drive

    P.O. Box 248 Douglas, MI 49406

    Parish Office: 269-857-7951 Fax: 269-857-8164 Website: www.stpeter-douglas.org Facebook: @stpeterdouglas

  • 2

    ST. PETER SAN FELIPE DE JESÚS

    View this bulletin online at www.parishesonline.com

    Collaborative of St. Peter, San Felipe de Jesús and St. Basil

    Catholic Churches

    This Week at a Glance

    ¨Youth & Adult Faith Formation, Sun. 9:15 - 10:15am ¨Graduates Mass, Sun 10:30am Mass ¨Confirmation Class, Year 2 Students, Sun 3:30 - 6pm ¨Mass, weekdays at 8:30am ¨Knitting Group, Mon. 10 - 11am ¨RCIA, Mon, 6pm ¨AA Meeting, Mon. at 8pm ¨Bible Study, Tues. 9am - 10am ¨Open Vessels Women’s Faith Sharing, Tues. 9:30 - 11am ¨Choir Practice, Wed. 7pm ¨Catholic Men’s Fellowship, Sat. 8 - 10am ¨AA Meeting, Sat. 12 - 1pm ¨Sacrament of Reconciliation, Sat. 3:30-4:30pm ¨Carmelites, Sun. 1 - 3pm

    Saint Peter Catholic Church

    Pastor/Párroco: Fr. Fabio H. Garzón, VF Parochial Vicar: Fr. Daniel Rodriguez, SSP Deacons/Diáconos: Dcn. Tony Nethercott (Retired) Dcn. Maximino Rodríguez

    Sisters: Sr. Olivia Latiano, SND Hna. Maryud Cortés, MSDE Hna. Yuliana Rúa, MSDE Hna. Maria Eugenia Gómez, MSDE Hna. Yurani Henao, MDSE

    Business Administrator: Ralph Hensley Director of Adult Formation, Pastoral Care & Administrative Assistant: Marianne Hoffman Music Director: Sr. Olivia Latiano, SND Director of Faith Formation & Evangelization: Alisha Giles Liturgical Director: Nancy Maslanka Director of Communications: Geri Pantelleria Director of Youth Ministry: Christina Firmiss Maintenance: 857-7951 Funeral Planning: Parish Office Senior Luncheon: Barbara Borst

    Pastoral Council: [email protected] Finance Council: [email protected] ST. PETER MASS SCHEDULE Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:30 am Week Days: 8:30 am Morning Prayer: 8:15am, M - F Holy Days: 8:30 am and 7:00 pm Confessions: Saturdays: 3:30 to 4:30pm HORARIO DE MISAS EN SAN FELIPE Domingo: 12:30pm Jueves: 6:30pm Confesiones: Jueves por la tarde o por cita ST. BASIL MASS SCHEDULE Saturday: 5:00pm & 7:00pm (Spanish) Sunday: 9:00am and 11:00am M T & W: 9:00am Friday: 5:00pm Confessions: Saturdays 4pm

    Saturday, May 19 5:00pm † Tom, Mike & Alden Loew by Jim & Kathy Loew Sunday, May 20 8:00am † In honor of Sts. Francisco & Jacinta of Fatima 10:30am † Evelyn Leja Monday, May 21 8:30am Byk Family by Frances Byk Tuesday, May 22 8:30am Edna Powers by Maureen Hepps Wednesday, May 23 8:30am The People of St. Peter Parish Thursday, May 24 8:30am All the sick of St. Peter Parish Friday, May 25 8:30am All the sick of St. Peter Parish Saturday, May 26 5:00pm † Beverly Hagger by Joe & Rose Ramirez Sunday, May 27 8:00am 101st Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima by Terry & Sue Spans 10:30am Bill & Tony Alwin by Joe & Rose Ramirez

  • 3 View this bulletin online at www.parishesonline.com

    PENTECOST SUNDAY DOMINGO DE PENTECOSTÉS

    POPE FRANCIS ON THE MASS The Liturgy of the Word (part 2)

    The meal of the Liturgy is a lavish one which draws largely from the treasures of the Bible (cf. SC, 51), both the Old and the New Testaments, because in them, the Church proclaims

    the one and the same mystery of Christ (cf. Lectionary, Introduction, 5). Let us think about the richness of the Bible readings offered by the three Sunday cycles, which in the light of the

    Synoptic Gospels, accompany us throughout the Liturgical Year: a great richness. Here I wish to also recall the importance of the Responsorial Psalm whose function is to foster meditation

    on what was heard in the reading that precedes it. It is preferable that the Psalm be enriched by song, at least in the response (cf. GIRM, 61; Lectionary, Introduction, 19-22).

    The Liturgical proclamation of the very same readings with the songs derived from Sacred Scripture expresses and fosters ecclesial communion by accompanying the journey of each and every one. It is the Lord who is speaking to us.

    Substituting that Word with other things impoverishes and compromises the dialogue between God and his people in prayer. On the contrary, the dignity of the pulpit and the use of the Lectionary, the availability of good readers and

    psalmists [are required]. But we must look for good readers! Those who know how to read, not those who read [distorting the words] and nothing is understood. This is how it is. Good readers. They must be prepared and rehearse

    before the Mass in order to read well. And this creates a climate of receptive silence. We know that the Word of the Lord is of indispensable help so as not to get lost, as is clearly recognized by the

    Psalmist who, speaking to the Lord, confesses: “Thy word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path” (Ps 119 [118]:105). How can we face our earthly pilgrimage with its difficulties and its trials without being regularly nourished

    and enlightened by the Word of God which resounds in the Liturgy? Of course it is not enough to listen with our ears without welcoming into our heart the seed of the Divine Word,

    allowing it to bear fruit. Let us remember the Parable of the Sower and of the results achieved by the different types of soil (cf. Mk 4:14-20). The action of the Holy Spirit which renders the response effective needs hearts that allow them-

    selves to be fashioned and cultivated in such a way that what is heard at Mass passes into daily life, according to the admonishment of the Apostle James: “But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves”

    (Jas 1:22). The Word of God makes a pathway within us. We listen to it with our ears and it passes to our hearts; it does not re-

    main in our ears; it must go to the heart. And from the heart, it passes to the hands, to good deeds. This is the path which the Word of God follows: from our ears to our heart and hands.

    Let us learn these things. Thank you!

    May Crowning 2018

    Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church

    In a decree dated February 11, 2018, Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments announced that “Pope Francis has decreed that the Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church, should be inscribed in the Roman calendar on the Monday after Pentecost and be celebrated every year”

    Therefore, in the Latin-rite Church, the celebration of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church - as an obligatory memorial - will have precedence over any other memorial of a saint or blessed on the Monday following Pentecost.

    For more information regarding this new feast, there are pamphlets in the kiosk in the vestibule.

    WORDS TO INSPIRE

    “The wind and fire of the Holy Spirit must continually break down those barriers that we continue to build between us; we must continually pass from Babel to Pentecost.”

    --Pope Benedict XVI

  • 4

    ST. PETER SAN FELIPE DE JESÚS

    View this bulletin online at www.parishesonline.com

    Sun: Pentecost Sunday Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34; 1 Cor 12:3-7, 12-13 or Gal 5:16-25; Jn 20:19-23 or Jn 15:26-27; 16:12-15 Mon: Mary, Mother of the Church Gen3:9-15, 20; Ps 87; 1-3 and 5-7; Jn: 19: 25-34 Tue: St. Rita of Cascia, Religious Jas 4:1-10; Ps 55:7-8, 9-11, 23; Mk 9:30-37 Wed: Jas 4:13-1; Ps 49:2-3, 6-7, 8-11; Mk 9:38-40 Thu: Jas 5:1-6; Ps 49:14-20; Mk 9:41-50 Fri: St. Bede the Venerable, Priest & Doctor of the Church; St. Gregory VII, Pope; Jas 5:9-12; Ps 103:1-4, 8-9, 11-12; Mk 10:1-12 Sat: St. Philip Neri, Priest Jas 5:13-20; Ps 141:1-3 and 8; Mk 10:13-16 Next Sun: The Most Holy Trinity Dt 4:32-34, 39-40; Ps 33:4-5, 6, 9, 18-19, 20, 22; Rom 8:14-17/Mt 28:16 20

    JESUS IN DISGUISE

    This week-end, we are taking up The Catholic Relief Services Collection to respond to Jesus in disguise. This collection helps six different Catholic agencies to provide relief and support to struggling communities and to work

    toward peace and reconciliation among our marginalized brothers and sisters here and around the world. Please prayerfully consider how you can support the collection. Learn more at www.usccb.org/catholicrelief

    St. Peter 80th Anniversary Event! June 29th - July 1st

    Volunteers are needed to help plan and execute this fun- filled event.

    There is a list of Volunteer Opportunities in the kiosk located in the vestibule.

    Virtus: Protecting God’s Children Adult Training Session

    Sunday, June 10 at 1:00pm Vatican Room

    Our Parish and Diocese is committed in keeping our youth safe. Any adult who wishes to volunteer with our youth must complete a Virus: Protecting God’s Children training session.

    To sign up for this session logon to, www.virtusonline.org and click First Time Registrant and select Kalamazoo Diocese to find the training session at St. Peter.

Click here to load reader

Reader Image
Embed Size (px)
Recommended