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  • St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church

    June 28, 2020

    Parish Mission Statement: St. John the Evangelist Parish is a welcoming and responsive

    faith community, nourished by the Word of God and the Eucharistic Table. We are open and trusting in the love of

    Jesus Christ to advance the power of the Holy Spirit, within the parish and beyond, by living the Gospel.

    Schedule of Masses Sunday Mass:

    SATURDAY VIGIL: 5 pm (Trad. Mass) SUNDAY: 8 am (Trad. Mass);

    11 am (Family Mass); 5 pm (Teen/Contemporary Mass)

    Daily Mass:

    6:30 am & 8:30 am (MON-FRI) 8:30 am (SATURDAY)

    Holy Days: 6:30 am & 8:30 am; 7:00 pm

    Parish Information

    5751 Locust Avenue Carmichael CA 95608-1320

    Parish Office: (916) 483-8454

    Web: www.sjecarmichael.org

    Email: [email protected]

    Parish Office Hours Monday-Friday 9 am to 4 pm

    Contact Us by Phone or Email

    St. John the Evangelist School

    WWW.STJOHNEV.COM

    5701 Locust Avenue Carmichael, CA 95608 Phone: (916) 481-8845

    Fax: (916) 481-1319 Email: [email protected] Principal: Christie Horton

    Parish Clergy and Staff Pastor Pastor Emeritus Mercy Hospital Chaplain Deacon Deacon Deacon Emeritus SJE Business Manager Religious Education Coordinator Director of Music & Liturgy Youth Minister SJE Pastoral Council Chairperson SJE Finance Council Chairperson

    Fr. Bernardin Mugabo Fr. Thomas Bland Fr. Alban Uba Keith Johnson Jack Wilson Larry Niekamp Linda Gospodnetich Sr. Hannah Mary O’Donoghue Cara O’Shea Cara O’Shea Tom Ennis Mary Ellen Meier

    Registration/Change of Address: Allow at least 3 months to receive envelopes or for any changes. I want to register in the parish. I have changed my address; my envelope # is ___________

    Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________

    Address: _________________________________________________ City: _____________________ ZIP ________

    Phone: _______________________________ E-mail: __________________________________________________

    SUNDAY MASS LIVE-STREAMED THROUGH FACEBOOK @ 11 AM

    ST. VINCENT DE PAUL (916) 483-2161 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (916) 483-4628

  • Pastor’s Page

    PURIFICATION: In fire, gold and silver are tested, and worthy people in the crucible of humilia-

    tion. (Sirach 2: 5). Did you know that the ancient method of refining precious metals is still practiced

    today? Craftsmen still subject gold or silver to intense heat in a metal container called a crucible until

    it melts. Then the hot, molten metal is carefully stirred, and the impurities that rise to the top are

    skimmed off. The process was, and still is, dangerous, time consuming, and painstaking. But what

    emerges is beautiful, lustrous and of great worth.

    In times of adversity, sickness, pandemic diseases or isolation, we may feel as if we are trapped in a

    fiery hot crucible far more often than when life is going smoothly. The heat of our trials can cause

    sinful thoughts, attitudes, and actions to bubble up to the surface.

    Fortunately for us, Jesus is a skilled craftsman who knows how to refine us. He is sitting patiently by

    the cauldron with a watchful eye and a skilled hand, carefully and meticulously removing every little

    impurity that floats to the surface.

    Sometimes it is painful to see these impurities bubbling up in us. We may even want to ignore or hide

    some of them because we are embarrassed or afraid of God’s reaction to them. He sees all of them,

    of course, so our best response to His work of refining us is to cooperate with Him. Let those impuri-

    ties see the light of day so that the Master Refiner can skim them away.

    Let’s say you’re feeling exhausted or stressed, and you end up reacting harshly to a family member

    who needs your help. Don’t hide in shame! Don’t make excuses for yourself! Just bring that over-

    the-top reaction to the Lord. Ask Him, and the person you have hurt, to forgive you. It may be un-

    comfortable, but that’s what refining is all about. Keep the end result in mind, and that will make it

    easier.

    God doesn’t cause our difficult circumstances, but He can bring good out of them--and He often does.

    So when you find yourself in a fiery furnace, try to cooperate with Him, let those impurities come out

    so that He can skim them away. Over time, your life will shine--not with fake gold of Christ; but with

    the real gold of Christ.

    “Lord, give me patience whenever I find myself in a “crucible of faith”. Help me to stay close to You

    so that You can continue to purify me.” From The Word Among Us of February 2019, page 26.

    Dear Parishioners, let us see this pandemic disease as a way of God to help us see clearly that our life

    here on earth is very fragile; thus we can rely only on God's Kingdom. Losing a job as an opportuni-

    ty to rely on God, who provides even for the birds of the sky. Getting sick to realize that I need others

    to help me, most of all, God Himself, who can solve all the puzzles that life brings. Losing a loved

    one or a friend only to know that life is precious and is very limited here on earth.

    God bless, Father Bernardin MUGABO

    Important SJE Parish Reminders

    Holy Communion Procedure (COVID-19): Holy Communion is distributed with Congregants RE-MAINING in their Seats. For those wishing to receive in their hand, please STAND in place and we will come to you. After those have received and are seat-ed, those wishing to receive in the mouth will be asked to STAND and Father will come to you.

    Offertory Procedure (COVID-19): Per the 5/20/2020 Diocesan Guidelines, ”a box must be placed at a convenient and secure location (new wood “Offertory” Boxes are on both sides of our main Nave entrance) where Parishioners are to place their Offertory as they come in for or leave Mass”. Mail-in or on-line Giving is also welcome.

  • Fr. Bernardin’s Homily (June 28, 2020)

    13th Sunday In Ordinary Time “A”: HOSPITALITY.

    Dear Parishioners, we want to be welcomed, but we must know that we need to welcome others as well. I heard many people telling me that they go to this Church because they felt welcomed. Our parish needs to be a welcoming parish otherwise our faith stands for nothing. Thank you if you do, if you don’t, this is the time.

    The Ten Commandments are summarized in loving God and neighbor. The “Golden Rule” reminds us to treat others as we would like to be treated. If these were followed to a letter by everybody on the planet, we would all get along and the world would be a better place. The readings of this Sunday are teaching us to be hospitable to one another.

    The book from the 2nd book of Kings tells us be beautiful story of the couple of Shunem who welcomed Elisha the prophet. They went to even remodel their house to give the prophet a suitable place. Since their dream was to have a child, the prophet of God promised them that next year the woman will be fondling a baby son. God has always a wonderful way to reward people who fulfill the commandment of love one another as He has loved us.

    The second reading Saint Paul reminds us about our baptismal promises. We became Christians to act just as Christ did. We must be dead to sin that brings division and hatred among us. If we really love one another, we will live with Jesus forever in Heaven.

    In the Gospel, Jesus gives us the priority of all priorities. To love God more than ourselves even more than our parents is highly appreciated for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven. After all, all relationships ends with death but the love of God is eternal. Remember you cannot love God whom you do not see and hate your brother or sister whom you see. Jesus raised the antenna of hospitality way too high by saying to His Apos-tles, “Whoever receives you, receives Me, and whoever receives Me receives the One who sent Me. Whoever receives a prophet because he is a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward, and whoever receives a righteous man because he is a righteous man will receive a righteous man’s reward. And whoever gives only a cup of cold water to one of these little ones to drink because the little one is a disciple- Amen, I say to you, he will surely not lose his reward. ” Wow, this blew me away. Can you imagine receiving Jesus and God the Father and of course God the Holy Spirit too since they are inseparable, in your own house? God is willing to reward us so much just for the little action of hospitality toward His disciples. By the way, a cup of cold water doesn’t cost too much, not even a penny. It is not the amount that counts but the generosity that counts, the disposi-tion of heart willing to do good to somebody in need. Dear Parishioners here present and all of you following us on livestream, God is willing to reward us if we show good actions of hospitality.

    Do you know that the last judgment on the last day will depend on how we showed hospitality to our fellow brothers and sisters? (Matthew 25: 31 -46)

    Loretto Chapel in New Mexico: The Miraculous Staircase. In 1852 the sisters of Loretto responded to Bishop Lamy’s pleas by sending seven sisters who agreed to make this arduous journey to Santa Fe. They left a safe, secure and very civilized Kentucky and arrived in Santa Fe to be surrounded by mud huts and dirty streets. They built a chapel but the architect died before he could design the staircase to the choir loft 22 ft. high and theyran out of money to build it. They prayed the Novena to St. Joseph the Carpenter asking God for help and this went on for a while. One evening came an unknown traveler with a donkey and a couple tools who need-ed a place to stay. He was an old man with a grey beard. The nuns were very kind and gave him a shelter. After the staircase was completed, that next morning, the man was gone and there was a beautiful spiral staircase. This staircase is built such that no modern craftsman can do it. The wood used doesn’t belong to that area and there are no nails to hold it. God answered their prayers by sending a miraculous man to build it. The church believes that this person may be Saint Joseph the Carpenter.

    The chapel remains a historical museum and is supported by the guests and visitors who come daily. Next time you go to New Mexico, be sure to visit this miraculous staircase. “Do not neglect hospitality, for through it some have unknowingly entertained angels.” (Hebrews 13:2)

  • Readings for the Week

    Masses for the Week of June 29-July 6, 2020

    Monday: Sts. Peter and Paul, Apostles 6:30 am Mary Jo Kwett + 8:30 am Steve Robinson + Tuesday: The First Martyrs of the Holy Roman Church 6:30 am Jay & Linda Barry (I) 8:30 am Michael Endres +

    Wednesday: St. Junipero Serra, Priest 6:30 am Herminia Cruz + 8:30 am John DePiazza & Family (I) Thursday: 6:30 am Karolina Schartl + 8:30 am Joe & Rose Cannariato + Friday: St. Thomas, Apostle 6:30 am Jack Bland + 8:30 am Jackie Huesing & Family (I) Saturday: 8:30 am John DePiazza & Family (I)

    Liturgy (Intercessory Prayers) for June 28, 2020

    Monday: Acts 12:1-11; Ps 34:2-2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18; Mt 16:13-19 Tuesday: Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12; Ps 5:4b-8; Mt 8:23-27

    Wednesday: Am 5:14-15, 21-24; Ps 50:7-13, 16bc-17; Mt 8:28-34

    Thursday: Am 7:10-17; Ps 19:8-11; Mt 9:1-8

    Friday: Eph 2:19-22; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 20:24-29

    Saturday: Am 9:11-15; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14; Mt 9:14-17 or, for Independence Day, any readings from the Mass “For the Country,” nos. 882-886, or “For Peace and Justice,” nos. 887-891

    Sunday: Zec 9:9-10; Ps 145:1-2, 8-11, 13-14; Rom 8:9, 11-13; Mt 11:25-30

    Mass Intentions

    God of life, death and resurrection, we bring our own words of prayer before you today:

    For the Church: that we who have died with Christ in baptism, may recognize our dignity in being children of God, and sisters and brothers to one another

    Lord hear our prayer

    For governmental and civic leaders: that God will give them wisdom to address the unrest, insight into righting the injustices, and words that will unite society

    Lord hear our prayer

    For a reordering of our pursuits: that God will free us from idolatrous struggles for power, fame, social status, and possessions and help us find fulfillment in loving service and life-giving relationships

    Lord hear our prayer

    For our RCIA members who were received fully into the Church this weekend, may they continue to be attentive to God’s call and al-low the Spirit to guide their life.

    Lord hear our prayer

    For all those hospitalized, recovering from surgery and those who suffer chronic illness especially our parishioners Rick Di Regolo, Ollie Claussen, and Barbara Young.

    Lord hear our prayer

    For all who have died, for our loved ones who have died, that God will welcome them into the fullness of His vision that we begin to know through the Eucharist.

    Lord hear our prayer

    For these intentions, the intentions shared by the community throughout the week that we bring to the altar, and all those intentions written in the silence of our hearts.

    Lord hear our prayer

    With grateful hearts we dedicate these prayers to your care, confident in your power to make life and make it new.

    In Jesus’ name we pray. AMEN.

  • In Memoriam

    June 27/28, 2020

    RELIGIOUS-EDUCATION/CCD/CFF Phone: 916-483-4628

    Email: [email protected]

    13th Sunday of Ordinary Time

    Communion Antiphon today: “O Father, I pray for them that they may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You have sent Me, says the Lord.”

    A Prayer for Racial Healing in Our Land: “Wake me up Lord, so that the evil of racism finds no home within me. Keep watch over my heart, Lord, & remove from me any barri-ers to your grace, that may oppress and offend my sisters and brothers. Fill my spirit, Lord, so that I may give services of justice and peace. Clear my mind, Lord, and use it for your glory. Finally, remind us, Lord, that you said, “ Blessed are the peace-makers for they shall be called the children of God ” Amen. (By the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: USCCB)

    Pope Francis’ July intention: “We pray that today’s fami-lies may be accompanied with love, respect and guidance”

    Mass from SJE each Sunday at 11:00 am on Facebook:

    htpps://www.facebook.com/sjecarmichael.org

    Opportunities to grow in the spiritual life: Websites: Parish: www.sjecarmichael.org

    Diocese: www.scd.org U.S. Bishops: www.usccb.org

    General Catholic: www.americancatholic.org www.catholic.org www.saintoftheday.org

    Daily three minute retreat: www.LoyolaPress.org

    We recommend that you also listen to Catholic/Relevant Radio on 1620AM and send inquiries to:

    [email protected] Also check out EWTN T.V.

    Contact www.christthekingretreatcenter.org or call 916-725-4720 for daily reflections. (Give them your email address)

    CALENDAR:

    We will soon be in touch with you regarding plans for the recep-tion of sacraments: First Reconciliation, First Holy-Communion & Confirmation. We will also hope to have some plans for the return to classes for all…

    Personal Note: As of June 30, 2020 – I will be retiring as Director/Coordinator of Religious-Education. Pastors & Bishops retire at 75. I was 76 on my last birthday! (Some of you will say “no way!” I’m sure!) But it is the truth! Who will take my place? Talk with Fr. Bernardin about that. I will be around to help with the sacra-mental liturgies & I plan to return to SJE Parish & volunteer. Thank you for the many blessings that have been part of my ministry at SJE.

    God bless & guide your/our week.

    Religious Education Parish Information

    St. John’s Blessed Sacrament Chapel is OPEN from 9am to 5pm Monday

    through Friday for private prayer--6 ft. Social Distancing (separation) required.

    CONFESSIONS: SATURDAYS from 3:45 to 4:45 pm in the

    Sacristy (6 feet Social Distancing) with no more than 10 persons total in the Narthex at one time.

    ADORATION at

    BLESSED SACRAMENT CHAPEL Fr. Bernardin invites you to spend an hour/some time with Jesus on Wednesdays & Fridays from 9 am

    to 5 pm

    6 ft SOCIAL DISTANCING RE-QUIRED & Less than 18 Persons in the Chapel at one

    Please pray for the soul of SJE Parishioner, Mary Trudeau, who passed away last week. May God grant her eternal rest and strengthen and comfort her family.

    COMING BACK TOGETHER!!

    St. John’s has resumed PUBLIC MASS!

    Attendance is limited and new Guide-lines in Place.

    Please visit our Website -sjecarmichael.org or FlockNotes for next Weekend Mass Time Regis-

    tration

    PER DIOCESE REGULATIONS,

    FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO BE WORN AT ALL MASSES.

  • Sje Prayer List

    Please Pray for our sick and their caregivers: Andrea Armstrong, Bob Bodem, Robert Burns, Geoff Carter, Alicia Cor-tez, Russ Davis, John DePiazza, Melissa Duran, Kate Ellis, Karen Emmons, Debbie Erichs, Teri Erickson, Velia Escalante, Juanita Estrellas, Martin Fiorino, Anthony Gabriele, Lillian Geoffrey, Ella Gomes, Jimi Grant, Steve Guerrero, Donna Harris, Tom Harvey, George Heffner, Sr. Marion Hicks, Dick Hill, Mary Jeffries, Eduardo Jimenez, Yelena Kanavalchuk, Michelle Keyawa, Sayed Kian, Pat Lobrovich, Kim Louder, Karen Lydon, Angelica & Cheryl Martin of Tennessee (COVID-19 positive), Jennifer Martin, Arielle McLeskey, Pat Minnard, Manuel Molina, Michael Niekamp, Tony Nolasco, Gilles Ouellet, Lynn Parry, Mike Peterson, Alex Quiroz, Max Rankin, Jeff Reynolds, Ruth Salazar, Rena Scherman, Robert Scholtes, Christopher Scott, Paul Scurti, Lili Simic, Joan Smith, Hank Thompson, Kim Van Blaricom, Bob Walker, Katie Walker, Theresa West (Cheryl Martin’s daughter) and all those with COVID-19.

    St. Vincent de Paul

    Our St. Vincent de Paul Society thanks you for your continued support, which allows us to help the poor and needy in our neighborhood.

    Welcome! St. John’s is reopened and ready for Mass!

    BUT no hugging, we have to hold off on that for a while. Virtual hugs are permitted though.

    SVdeP’s food closet is open on Wednesdays from 8 am to 10 am if you find yourself in need of food. Everyone is welcome! Also if you can, SVdeP could use some egg cartons,

    top ramen and dried beans (i.e. pinto).

    The Giving Wing is accessible again and items can be left there.

    YOU make a difference! God bless you! Stay safe!

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    To purchase tickets, please mail your check payable to St.

    Vincent de Paul to 4216 Tyrone Way, Carmichael 95608 &

    your tickets will be mailed to you! Aloha.

    Dear SJE Parishioners:

    St. John the Evangelist Catholic School is EXCITED to get back to on-

    campus learning when our school year begins again in August!

    If you would like to help us as we make some changes to our campus to

    better accommodate our students' health needs, we could use dona-

    tions to help purchase sanitation supplies.

    Any level of support would be greatly appreciated; please contact Principal Christie

    Horton at (916) 481-8845 or email [email protected] Thank you!!

    SJE School News

  • Parish Notes---Adoration

    ADORATION HELP NEEDED!! Because of health issues or other commitments, some of our long-time faithful members of our Parish who have been keeping an hour of Adoration for years are unable to do it any longer. Therefore, there are a number of hours that have just one person committed (need two).

    If, for some reason, you are unable to keep your hour, you can call your partner to make sure the hour is covered. There is a list of Parishioners who are willing to substitute when needed.

    If you visit the Chapel during Adoration and you are not on the schedule, please check the schedule in the back of the Chapel to see if one or more times works for you.

    For those who aren’t in the habit of of visiting the Chapel, do you feel Jesus encouraging YOU to come and spend an hour in His presence on Wednesday or Friday each week? Please consider it--pray about it--try it for three months. You will be happy you did!

    The schedule will be in the back of the Chapel for you to see the hours that need to be covered. Please sign your name, phone number, time you will cover and whether Wednesday or Friday.

    More than two people can sign for the same time!

    If you have any questions, please call Jackie Sanders at (916) 481-0398.

    A Little Humor...

    HELP

    URGENTLY

    NEEDED!!

    Our Eucharist Ministry is shrinking in size due to various reasons. We are a small group of volun-teers who need your help to serve at our week-end Masses.

    I will happily train you to become a part of this vital ministry. It is easy and quick. Requirements are that you are Catholic, 18 years or older, in good standing with the Church, and willing to serve.

    Padre Pio said, "You don’t have to be perfect. You just have to be willing”. (paraphrase)

    Please contact Bernadette Hicks

    [email protected]; 916-296-9047

    Parish Notes--Eucharistic Ministry

    CFS - Rice Bowls

    CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES

    Remember the Catholic Relief Service Rice Bowls we took home during Lent? It is time to collect them now that we can have public Mass. Please bring your Rice Bowls to Mass this weekend and deposit them in the box at the reg-istration table in the Narthex. Thanks in advance for supporting the work of the Catholic Relief Services. Deacon Jack Wilson

    Parish Notes

    This weekend, we will celebrate the Rites of Initiation - Baptism, First Holy Communion and Confirmation for our RCIA class at the Saturday

    5:00 pm Mass

    Please give them a big welcome to our Parish community.

    In a convent in Ireland, the 98-year-old Mother Superior lay dying. The nuns gathered around her bed try-ing to make her last journey comfortable. They tried giving her warm milk to drink but she refused it. One of the nuns took the glass back to the kitchen. Then, remembering a bottle of Irish Whiskey that had been received as a gift the previous Christmas, she opened it and poured a generous amount into the warm milk. Back at Mother Superior's bed, they held the glass to her lips. The frail nun drank a little, then a little more and before they knew it, she had finished the whole glass down to the last drop. As her eyes brightened, the nuns thought it would be a good opportunity to have one last talk with their spiritual leader. "Mother," the nuns asked earnestly, "Please give us some of your wisdom before you leave us." She raised herself up in bed on one elbow, looked at them and said: “DON’T SELL THAT COW!!”.

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St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church June 28, 2020 Parish Mission Statement: St. John the Evangelist Parish is a welcoming and responsive faith community, nourished by the Word of God and the Eucharisc Table. We are open and trusng in the love of Jesus Christ to advance the power of the Holy Spirit, within the parish and beyond, by living the Gospel. Schedule of Masses Sunday Mass: SATURDAY VIGIL: 5 pm (Trad. Mass) SUNDAY: 8 am (Trad. Mass); 11 am (Family Mass); 5 pm (Teen/Contemporary Mass) Daily Mass: 6:30 am & 8:30 am (MON-FRI) 8:30 am (SATURDAY) Holy Days: 6:30 am & 8:30 am; 7:00 pm Parish Information 5751 Locust Avenue Carmichael CA 95608-1320 Parish Office: (916) 483-8454 Web: www.sjecarmichael.org Email: offi[email protected] Parish Office Hours Monday-Friday 9 am to 4 pm Contact Us by Phone or Email St. John the Evangelist School WWW.STJOHNEV.COM 5701 Locust Avenue Carmichael, CA 95608 Phone: (916) 481-8845 Fax: (916) 481-1319 Email: [email protected] Principal: Christie Horton Parish Clergy and Staff Pastor Pastor Emeritus Mercy Hospital Chaplain Deacon Deacon Deacon Emeritus SJE Business Manager Religious Education Coordinator Director of Music & Liturgy Youth Minister SJE Pastoral Council Chairperson SJE Finance Council Chairperson Fr. Bernardin Mugabo Fr. Thomas Bland Fr. Alban Uba Keith Johnson Jack Wilson Larry Niekamp Linda Gospodnetich Sr. Hannah Mary O’Donoghue Cara O’Shea Cara O’Shea Tom Ennis Mary Ellen Meier Registration/Change of Address: Allow at least 3 months to receive envelopes or for any changes. I want to register in the parish. I have changed my address; my envelope # is ___________ Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________ City: _____________________ ZIP ________ Phone: _______________________________ E-mail: __________________________________________________ SUNDAY MASS LIVE-STREAMED THROUGH FACEBOOK @ 11 AM ST. VINCENT DE PAUL (916) 483-2161 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (916) 483-4628
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