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  • St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Community Roman Catholic Diocese of Reno

    Rev. William Nadeau, Pastor 701 Mt Rose Hwy, Incline Village, NV 89451 775.831.0490 office 775.831.2045 fax www.sftahoe.org

    July 8, 2018—14th Week of Ordinary Time 8 de Julio, 2018—XIV Semana de Tiempo Ordinario

    ENTRANCE ANTIPHON: Your merciful love, O God, we have received in the midst of your temple. Your praise, O God, like your name, reaches the ends of the earth; your right hand is filled with saving justice. Psalm 48 (47): 10-11

    ANTÍFONA DE ENTRADA: Recordaremos, Señor, los dones de tu amor en medio de tu templo. Que todos los hombres de la tierra te conozcan y alaben, porque es infinita tu justicia. Salmo 47, 10-11


    Hacer discípulos que compartan con alegría sus regalos y vivan el Evangelio con Jesucristo.


    Making disciples who joyfully share their

    gifts to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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    Welcome to Saint Francis of Assisi /

    Bienvenida a St. Francisco de Asís OFFICE HOURS

    Monday through Saturday 9 am to 5 pm

    Mass Times / Horario de Misa:

    Saturday: 5 pm in English

    Sunday: 9 am & 11 am in English / 5 pm en Español

    Weekdays: 9 am—Tuesday through Friday Reconciliation: Saturdays at 4 pm or by appointment.

    Sacraments /Sacramentos

    Baptism/Bautizo: Pre-baptismal English Classes are held the first Tuesday of each month; call Cathy Cecil at (775) 622-3378

    or Sue Marshall at (908) 872-6054. Spanish Classes are held on

    the first Monday of each month. Call Natividad Morales (775)

    815-6835. Clases Pre-bautismales en ingles cada primer

    martes del mes; hable con Cathy Cecil at

    (775) 622-3378 o Sue Marshall a (908) 872-6054. En español,

    cada primer lunes del mes hable Natividad Morales,

    a (775) 815-6835.

    Ministry to the Homebound / Eucaristía en Casa: Please call the parish office, 831-0490. Hable a la oficina.

    Marriage Preparation/Preparación de Matrimonio: For English, call Beth & Dieter Krewedl at (530) 414-4653.


    Pastor: Reverend William “Bill” Nadeau [email protected] Deacon: Don Korson [email protected] OR (775) 852-3650 Deacon: Jose Castro [email protected] Parish Office Manager: John Keehan [email protected] Pastoral Associate: Katie Christensen [email protected] Music Liturgy & Media Director: Lynne Cibulsky [email protected] Assoc. Music Director: Tim Callicrate [email protected] Director of Religious Education: Becky Massingill [email protected] Youth Minister: David Willems [email protected] Front Office: Barbara Allio & Dora Diaz [email protected] Bookkeeper: Saundra Whitt [email protected] Director of Latino Ministries: Natividad Morales (775) 815-6835 / [email protected] Director of Stewardship: Helen Neff [email protected] Grounds & Building Maintenance: John McManus (775) 831-0490

    Parish Ministries & Programs / Ministerios y Programas de Parroquia In a wonderful and committed sense of Christian stewardship, St. Francis of Assisi disciples are active in over 40 ministries and programs. We strongly

    encourage you to get involved in a ministry which serves as a good use of your passion, time, talent, and treasure. For

    a complete listing of all ministries, programs, and contacts, please visit our website at SFTahoe.org. You can also

    access our bulletins, homilies and a wide array of information. We especially encourage you to take advantage of

    Online Giving (OLG), a feature which allows you to make donations — regular and one-time — all online. This

    mode of giving is convenient and simple to use, and provides year-end tax statements for your charitable giving.

    BULLETIN REQUESTS: Please submit notices and articles for the church bulletin to Lynne Cibulsky at [email protected] by Tuesday at 5 pm. All requests are subject to approval and space-availability.

    DECLARACION de MISION: Hacer discípulos que

    compartan con alegría sus regalos y vivan el Evangelio con Jesucristo.

    DECLARACION de VISION: Ser una comunidad vibrante que celebra, ora, estudia, da y que comparte su fe. Nos guiamos por el Espíritu Santo y nos involucramos en el Ministerio con otros a través del amor por Dios.

    MISSION STATEMENT: Making disciples who joyfully

    share their gifts to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

    VISION STATEMENT: To be a vibrant community that welcomes, prays, studies, gives, and shares our faith.

    We are guided by the Holy Spirit as we engage in ministry with others through our love of God.

    mailto:[email protected]

  • Stewardship & Community / Administración y Comunidad

    Good Stewardship: Sharing Our Treasure

    Weekly Collection (thru July 1, 2018)

    Envelope $ 3,658

    Non-Envelope $ 7,557

    Online Giving $ 2,778


    Primary Collection

    $ 13,993

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    Adoration of the Eucharist is held on the first

    Thursday each month from 8-9 am before Daily Mass.

    Anointing of the Sick is offered on the fir st Fr iday of

    each month immediately after Daily Mass or by


    Reconciliation is scheduled on Saturday at 4 pm and

    by appointment.

    Low-Gluten Hosts* are available for Communion.

    Please ask one of our Hospitality Ministers or our

    Cantor for assistance. (*sanctioned by the USCCB)


    Tuesday, July 10th at 9 am Jean Schaaf † by John Keehan

    Wednesday, July 11th at 9 am The Lynch Family (Comfort & Healing)

    by Marianne Mika

    Thursday, July 12th at 9 am Maureen Mika (Healing) by Marianne Mika

    Friday, July 13th at 9 am Mike Threadgill † by Karen & David LaBarge

    Saturday, July 14th at 5 pm Karen LaBarge & Kathy Brumbaugh by David LaBarge

    Sunday, July 15th 9 am: Janey Mucio † by Mom

    11 am: Joan Covec † by Julie Ashton 5 pm: Rich Caravelli † by Pam Pech

    July 8 - 15, 2018

    Sunday, July 8th

    w/2nd Collection for Peter’s Pence

    9 am & 11 am Masses (English)

    5 pm Mass (Spanish)

    Monday, July 9th

    4 pm Centering Prayer Group

    5:30 pm Knights of Columbus Mtg.

    6:30 pm Crecimiento Carismático

    Tuesday, July 10th

    9 am Daily Mass

    9:30 am St. Francis of Assis Camino

    Wednesday, July 11th

    9 am Daily Mass

    9:30 am-2 pm United for Action

    6-8 pm YM Movie Night (in Hall)

    Thursday, July 12th

    9 am Daily Mass

    2:30 pm Choir Rehearsal

    5:30 pm ALPHA Connect

    Friday, July 13th 9 am Daily Mass

    4-6 pm Fridays at the Beach

    6:30 pm Rosario y Grupo Carismático

    “Planned Giving” presentation

    at all Masses this weekend

    Saturday, July 14th

    9 am Baptism

    4 pm Reconciliation

    5 pm Mass

    Sunday, July 15th

    9 am & 11 am Masses (English)

    5 pm Mass (Spanish)

  • In Today’s First Reading, the prophet Ezekiel tells us how he was called by God:

    “As the Lord spoke to me, the spirit entered me and set me on my feet, and I heard the one who was speaking to me...” Yes, he heard what God was asking of him. God knew He was not giving Ezekiel an easy task, but that is part of what being called by the Lord sometimes involves.

    Being called is something to which we often make reference, as each of us is called in Baptism. God does not forsake us when we are called, just as He did not abandon Ezekiel. He is with us through the Holy Spirit, to strengthen us and assist us. We must allow the Lord to help us. At the same time, we must strive to be disciples of the Lord. We are called to spread the light of the gospel in everything we do.

    Adapted from www.catholicsteward.com

    The OUTREACH MINISTRIES at St. Francis of Assisi serve our greater community with spiritual and physical comfort. Disciples serving in these ministries truly spread the light of the gospel through their work. Activities range from knitting blankets to preparing care packages to fixing a meal for someone in need. If you can help, please contact the ministry leaders directly. And, monetary contributions are always welcome! Blanket Healing Ministry Knits blankets which are blessed by Father Bill and given to the sick. Julie Cromwell [email protected] From the Heart Ministry Supports parish college students in “prayer and packages” by providing care packages and continuing prayer. Jodi Clothier [email protected] Stacey Hanna [email protected] Homebound Ministry Visits and provides for the spiritual needs of the homebound. Sandy Franklin [email protected] Living My Faith Ministry Raises awareness and seeks solutions for social issues in our community, county and the world. Donna Caravelli [email protected] Monica Armanino [email protected] Project Dresser Ministry Coordinates with Casa de Vida in Reno to help young, expectant mothers with needed baby items. Denise Azzara [email protected] Read with Me Ministry Works with local schools to help students improve reading skills Roberta Klein [email protected]

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    “Whoever had much did not have more, and

    whoever had little did not have less.”

    2 Corinthians 8:15

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    Human Dignity and Human Decency By Bishop Randolph Calvo

    The key words to the pro-life stance of the Catholic Church are sanctity of human life, respect, and human

    dignity. They express our belief that every human being is created in the “image and likeness of God” and our

    obligation to respect the life and dignity of the human person, from conception to natural death. There are many

    ways we respect human life; one that is indispensable is human decency: how we treat one another. “Do unto

    others whatever you would have them do to you,” (Mt. 7:12) is the Golden Rule. Decency is more a matter of

    fairness than compassion. It is our conduct towards one another in word and deed that refrains from inflicting

    unnecessary harm. This is not political correctness but behavior basic to the well-being of society. The lack of human decency degrades human dignity, erodes moral sensibility and tears apart the social fabric.

    Events in our nation raise concerns about our standard of decency. The separation of families on our southern

    border is one example. This is not about politics; it is about children being taken away from their parents. This is

    not simply about law enforcement, for the standard of human decency applies to all who are detained, arrested or

    incarcerated. Decency demands assessing whether the trauma inflicted on a child by separation or the resulting

    terror in a mother’s heart is commensurate with the transgression or even necessary. Did our government plan

    ahead for the eventual reunion of families or, failing to do so, possibly render as orphans hundreds of children? To claim deterrence as the reason for separating children from parents is to use people as a means to an end, an

    affront to human dignity. A human being is not a pawn to be manipulated by policy makers. A person cannot be

    held hostage for the enforcement of law.

    The people crossing our southern border cannot be lumped together as a bunch of drug traffickers, criminals or

    undesirables. To do so would neither be fair nor honest. Many have traveled hundreds of miles in search of what

    our nation’s founding fathers in the Declaration of Independence asserted as “certain inalienable rights” endowed

    to people by their Creator, among which are “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” They seek asylum to keep their children and themselves out of harm’s way. They came because they believed in the United States as a

    land that would give them refuge, opportunity to escape poverty, and liberty from the threat of violence. Many of

    our forebears came to our country for these same reasons.

    We are a fractured nation and our immigration policy is broken. Speech that disregards the standards of human

    decency only deepens the divide and paralyzes our ability to fix things. We need civil discourse that allows for

    disagreements; speech that respects the person holding opposing views. Only by according one another the

    dignity each person deserves, can we work together to solve the problems facing our society. For the sake of our

    nation, let us choose life, by respecting the God-given dignity of each person and treating one another with decency.

    COME… Join the St Francis Pilgrims

    COME… Tuesday, July 10th at 9:30 Sharp

    COME… See God's great beauty!

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    MILITARY PRAYER LIST: If you would like to add a family member or friend to our prayer list, please send to [email protected], call (775) 831-0490, or drop off a note in our parish

    office. Due to current armed forces recommendations, we will no longer include the location of our

    military men and women, but will simply list name, rank and branch of service.

    U.S. Air Force U.S. Army Michael Caretti SPC Estevan Ruiz Benavidez

    SSgt Alexandria J. Cibulsky PFC Jamie Bonnenfant

    Lt. Col. Michael Drew LT Michael Boutte

    Lt Col Greg Ebert Capt Sarah Casper

    Col Michael Eltz LT Conor Keenan

    Col Chris Hardgrave Gen Tim McGuire

    Nicholas Hooker Lt Col Darren Moniot

    Lt Col Robert “Bobby” Houston Capt David Nuletelich

    A1C Stetson J. Martin

    The Mills Brothers

    U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Corps of Engineers LT Jeannie Crump MG Michael C. Wehr

    U.S. Marine Corp U.S. Navy LT Jeffrey Caraway Payden Armstrong

    LT Kylee Caraway LT Nathan Davey

    Alex Herron MIDN 3/C George Hamilton

    Cpl Ross P. McGrath LT Ashley Huff

    Lt Mackenzie Spaich LT CDR Nelson Keyser IV

    LT Joshua Kovach

    Unlisted Branch of Service LT Robert Nordlund Capt. Michael Cox Nate Scott, Blue Angel

    Anna Verbeke, United Nations LT Jessica Sheffield

    Pray for Peace

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    Prayers for the Living ...Oraciones para la Vida Johnny A. O’Connor III

    Coie O’Malley John Odin

    Sofia Orduno Hank Oskam

    Betsy (Gast) Ossler Robert Parrish Simona Peralta

    Dolores Peterson Bonnie Poe

    Amy, Reese & Mark Potts Joan & Leon Pujale

    Victor & Maria Ramirez

    Chris Reyes Carol & Don Rischow

    Sonia Rivas Bob Roberts

    Gilda Rodriguez Richard Rubsamen

    Bob Rudloff Mary Ann Sabia

    Guadalupe Tatengo Sanchez Maria Sanchez

    Orlando Sanchez Laura Santimore

    Scott Sawyer Steven Schmitz

    Bobby Schreiber Ron Schurter Carter Scott

    Mike Serrano Kim Sharp

    Patti Sharpe Laurie & Jim Sibley

    Rick Slavenes Sr. Marianne Smith, SRF

    Andrew Solomon Jean Starkey

    Barbara Stedman Jerry Stohlgren Andrea Tatengo

    Petti & Rich Thall Carolyn Thompson

    Theresa Tidwell Rich Todd

    Breeanna Torsen Ellen Tuazon

    Renato Tuazon Nancy Tupper

    Gary VanHouten Saul Viveros

    Noel VonHarten Tyler Whisler

    Cody & John White The Michael Williams Family

    Letty & Joe Wolpert The Zilis Family: Andy, Deb & Kara

    Chuck Goble Familia Orosco Gonzalez

    Javier Garcia-Raso & Family Shirley Hack

    Donna Hagemann Patricia Hames Kyla Hartman Sheldon Haun Alexis Herrera

    Maryanne Heyde Les Inman

    Charlene Jackson Mike Jackson Terry Jarcik

    Marcie Johnson Rick Johnson

    Michael Ryan Jones Joe Kambeitz Claire Keeys Katie King

    Gerald Klein Charleen Knieriem Mary Ellen Kositzin

    Marian LaFerla Maureen Lahey Della Laidlaw William Lamb Barbara Landis

    Annabelle LeFrere Taylor Lietaert

    Barbara A. Lowell Mary Ann Lowell Marjory Lucido Patrick Lynch

    Tim Lynch Sherry McBride Miley McCrary

    Lauren McLaughlin Kayla Mariani Toni Marszalek

    Bob Mason Lori Mayo

    Sharon Mazza Leslie Medeiros Vilma Merlos

    Michael Mimiaga Stephen Mimiaga

    Scott Mitchell Kathy Montalbano Eduardo Morales

    Suso Morales Tony Moulding Bob Mulcahy

    Jill Mulcahy and Family Annabell Munoz-Rangel

    Judi Neely Yvonne Nelson

    Please help us maintain this “Prayers for the Living” list

    by letting us know when a name can be removed.

    Emma Alden Al D. Asti

    Violetta Avila Jimena Ayala

    Michael Bacon Patti Barth

    Meera Beser Dayann Barrios Bianca Bernal

    Scarlette Bertolina Sandra Simko Blair

    Jeanne Bomar Al Bonnenfant

    Diana & Dale Borman Carole Bostick

    Hayley Bosworth Josie Bowman Kyle Bradshaw

    Bea Brenner Robert Brenner Meg Brenton Kitt Brosnan

    Marie Cameron Maria Elena Canales

    Esther Cano

    Richard Caravelli † († June 29, 2018)

    Victor Cardiel Barbara Carmody

    Christopher Carrette Polly Cash

    Tony Chirico Betty & Will Clarke

    Cathie Collier Iola Cook

    Gira Cooper Pat Crow

    Brad Daniel The Danowski Family

    Barbara Delaney Susan Devyak

    Melba Edwards Chance Eichner

    Jim Essling Sharon Filardo

    Joshua Figueroa Lucia Flores Rose Flores Jim France

    Carol Frenney Theresa Garstang Fr. Michael Glenn

  • Saint Francis of Assisi Parish Welcomes You!

    ¡San Francisco de Asís le da la Bienvenida!

    Registration & Change Form / Formulario de inscripción

    Family Name: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Nombre de Familia

    Physical Address : _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Dirección Física

    Mailing Address: ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dirección Postal

    Phone : __________________________________ Numero Telefónico



    Children’s Names & Dates of Birth:


    Nombre de Hijos y fecha de nacimiento ________________________________________________________________________________

    I am interested in receiving: Envelopes_____ Electronic Bulletin_____

    Learning More About Stewardship Opportunities _____

    Husband: ___________________________________________________ Esposo

    Wife: ____________________________________________ Esposa

    □ Seasonal / Part-Time

    □ Full time

    From the Office of the Bishop

    Notice of 2nd Collection for July 7-8, 2018 (THIS weekend)

    Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,

    Our dioceses takes the Peter’s Pence Collection to support the Holy Father as he reaches out in mercy and

    charity to people who are suffering. Your generosity will help Pope Francis ease the suffering of some of the most

    marginalized throughout the world and show them the tender love of God.

    Pope Francis challenges us to look at those around us with the eyes of mercy. He says, “We encounter so many

    weary and oppressed people today...And how is our heart? Is it merciful? And our way of thinking and acting, is it

    inclusive?” (Jubilee Audience, Nov. 12, 2016). I invite you to reflect on how you feel moved to answer the call to


    Please prayerfully consider supporting this collection as an act of mercy and charity. Join with our brothers and

    sisters in faith from around the globe to help Pope Francis reach the most marginalized in our world. For more

    information about the collection, please visit www.uscccb.org/peters-pence.

    Thank you, and may God bless you abundantly.

    Sincerely yours in Christ,

    Most Reverend Randolph R. Calvo, Bishop of Reno

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    Because we appreciate all you do during the year, Fr. Bill Nadeau and the Staff of St. Francis of Assisi cordially invite you to


    At all Masses:

    Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 5 pm Sunday, July 22, 2018 at 9 am, 11 am and 5 pm

    Disciples serving in a parish ministry will be recognized with a special prayer and blessing at Mass

    Followed by Special Hospitality in the Outdoor Gathering Area for friends, family, and everyone attending Mass

    St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Incline Village, Nevada

    Porque apreciamos todo lo que haces durante el año, el Padre Bill Nadeau y todos los que trabajamos en la Iglesia de San Francisco de Asís cordialmente te invito a


    En todas las misas:

    Sábado, 21 de julio del 2018 a las 5 pm Domingo, 22 de julio del 2018 a las 9 am, 11 am y 5 pm

    Los discípulos que sirven en uno de nuestro ministerio parroquial serán reconocidos con una oración especial y bendición en la misa.

    Después continuaremos con un convivio de hospitalidad en el área de reunión al aire libre para amigos, familiares y todos los que asistan a misa.

    Iglesia Católica de San Francisco de Asís, Incline Village, Nevada

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    Toiletries Ministry

    We received word from Matthew Vaughan of Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada that they are in desperate need of items they distribute on a daily

    basis. They are asking for our assistance in providing deodorant, shampoo, bar soap, toothpaste and brushes, adult wipes and baby wipes and size 4 diapers, and any other toiletries such as shaving items and feminine hygiene products. They are currently OUT of these toiletries!

    If you can help with this ministry, please bring the items to the Gathering Area in the front entry of the church and place them in the basket provided. As you travel this

    summer, remember to gather the unused amenities left in your hotel rooms and bring them to the church for the homeless and less fortunate in Northern Nevada. We take these items for granted in our daily personal hygiene but to many, they are a much needed but unavailable necessity.

    God bless you for your continued support of this ministry. Denise Azzara

    Movie Night Hosted by the Youth Ministry Program

    Movie: Paul, Apostle of Christ

    When: July 11th 6:00-8:00 PM at St. Francis

    Who’s Invited: ANYONE ages 13 to 18

    Food will be provided!

    RSVP to David Willems at [email protected]

    Synopsis: PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST is the story of two men. Luke, as a friend

    and physician, risks his life when he ventures into the city of Rome to visit Paul, who

    is held captive in Nero’s darkest, bleakest prison cell. But Nero is determined to rid

    Rome of Christians, and does not flinch from executing them in the grisliest ways

    possible. Before Paul’s death sentence can be enacted, Luke resolves to write another

    book, one that details the beginnings of “The Way” and the birth of what will come

    to be known as the Church.

    50th Anniversary of the papal encyclical Humanae Vitae To Love Is toWill the Good of Others (Humanae vitae no. 9)

    “Married love is above all fully human, a compound of sense and spirit. It is not, then, merely a question of natural instinct or emotional drive. It is also, and above all, an act of the free will, whose trust is such that it is meant not only to survive the joys and sorrows of daily life, but also to grow, so that husband and wife become in a way one heart and one soul, and together attain their human fulfillment.”

    Touch the heart and soul of your spouse by learning Natural Family Planning. For more information and to learn about local and online classes, call Mark and Gail Struble at (775) 841-4631 and see www.ccli.org

    mailto:[email protected]://www.ccli.org

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