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St. Pius X Catholic Church 10827 South Pioneer Blvd., Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Phone: (562) 863-8734 Website: https://saintpiusxla.org Rectory Office Hours: Closed temporarily. Please call and leave your name, number, and a brief message. Someone will return your call. School (562) 864-4818 Faith Formation (562) 567-7242
Rev. Artur Gruszka, Pastor Deacon Ron Elchert Deacon Juan Hernandez Rita Freeborg Manager
Priscilla Galdamez Part-time Secretary
Rita Amador Faith Formation
MISSION STATEMENT:
We are a Catholic community. Our mission is to save the souls. MASSES IN ENGLISH:
Mon-Tues: 7:00 AM Wed-Thurs: No Mass Friday: 8:00 AM School Mass Sunday: 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM MISAS EN ESPAÑOL:
Lunes-Martes: 8:00 AM Miércoles-Jueves: No hay misa. Viernes: 8:00 AM (si no hay escuela) Domingos 8:00 AM, 1:00 PM MASS IN VIETNAMESE: Saturday (Vigil) 5:30 PM CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES:
Friday/Viernes: 7:00 PM—8:00 PM No appointment required No se requiere cita DEVOTIONS: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Exposición del Santísimo Sacramento Friday/Viernes: 8:00 AM—12:00 Noon
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S S O Sunday: The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Monday: Tenth Week in Ordinary Time Wednesday: St. Ephrem Friday: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Saturday: Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
The cup of salvation I will take up, and I will call upon the name of the Lord.
— Psalm 116:13
SACRIFICE. Today the Church focuses on the Eucharist. Today’s readings remind us how connected to ancient blood sacrifices we are when offering our unbloody sacrifice. The reading from Exodus describes a solemn ritual designed so June / junio 6the Israelites would never forget their covenant with God.
The reading from the Letter to the Hebrews turns us from those ancient animal sacrifices, the first efforts to worship the living God. Our sacrifice is the body and blood of the Son of God. Because of Christ we have a new covenant.
The Gospel from Mark retells the establishment of that covenant, the familiar story of the Last Supper. Juxtaposed with the story of animal sacrifice as it is here, we are challenged to listen with new attention, to remember the great price paid for our salvation. Jesus gave his body and every drop of his blood for us. —Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
R W Monday: 2 Cor 1:1-7; Ps 34:2-9; Mt 5:1-12 Tuesday: 2 Cor 1:18-22; Ps 119:129-133, 135; Mt 5:13-16 Wednesday: 2 Cor 3:4-11; Ps 99:5-9; Mt 5:17-19 Thursday: 2 Cor 3:15 — 4:1, 3-6; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14; Mt 5:20-26 Friday: Hos 11:1, 3-4, 8c-9; Is 12:2-6; Eph 3:8-12, 14-19; Jn 19:31-37 Saturday: 2 Cor 5:14-21; Ps 103:1-4, 9-12; Lk 2:41-51 Sunday: Ez 17:22-24; Ps 92:2-3, 13-16; 2 Cor 5:6-10; Mk 4:26-34
T ’ R First Reading — This is the blood of the covenant that the Lord has made with you (Exodus 24:3-8). Psalm — I will take the cup of salvation, and call on the name of the Lord (Psalm 116). Second Reading — Christ is the mediator of a new covenant (Hebrews 9:11-15). Gospel — This is my body. This is my blood (Mark 14:12-16, 22-26). The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
The Corpus Christi Procession In the thirteenth century, a Belgian nun by the name of Juliana had a vision: she saw the full moon silvery and radiant except for one dark spot. The meaning of the vision was revealed to her: the moon was the Church’s liturgical year, the dark spot a missing feast in honor of the Blessed Sacrament. Today’s feast of Corpus Christi—the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ— grew from Juliana’s vision. On this feast, many parishes observe the traditional Corpus Christi procession, giving honor to the Eucharist by carrying this greatest treasure out of the safety of our churches and into our streets. At the end of every Mass we are not just let out, we are sent forth, strengthened by the Eucharist, to be the Body of Christ in the world. The Corpus Christi procession is the dismissal writ large! We take Jesus with us, not only in our hearts, but carried in our midst and exposed in a monstrance. It is a public profession of faith and a blessing of the world. Jesus walks with us on these streets that we walk day after day, among those who know him but yearn to know him better, and among those who do not know him. The Eucharist is a mystery to be believed, to be celebrated—and to be lived. —Corinna Laughlin, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
saints snippets June 8
OUR SACRIFICE. Let us offer Christ the great universal sacrifice of our love. For he offered his cross to God as sacrifice in order to make us all rich. —St. Ephrem
STARTING. It’s the start that stops most people. —Anonymous
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Primera lectura — El Señor hace una alianza con su pueblo y la sella con sangre (Exodo 24:3-8). Salmo — Levantaré el cáliz de la salvación (Salmo 116 [115]). Segunda lectura — La sangre de Cristo obtiene la redención eterna para el pueblo (Hebreos 9:11-15). Evangelio — Jesús, mientras celebraba la Pascua con sus discípulos, establece la nueva Alianza. (Marcos 14:12-16, 22-26). Salmo responsorial: Leccionario Hispanoamericano Dominical © 1970, Comisión Episcopal Española. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados L S Lunes: 2 Cor 1:1-7; Sal 34 (33):2-9; Mt 5:1-12 Martes: 2 Cor 1:18-22; Sal 119 (118):129-133, 135; Mt 5:13-16 Miércoles: 2 Cor 3:4-11; Sal 99 (98):5-9; Mt 5:17-19 Jueves: 2 Cor 3:15 — 4:1, 3-6; Sal 85 (84):9ab, 10-14;
Mt 5:20-26 Viernes: Os 11:1, 3-4, 8c-9; Is 12:2-6; Ef 3:8-12, 14-19; Jn 19:31-37 Sábado: 2 Cor 5:14-21; Sal 103 (102):1-4, 9-12; Lc 2:41-51 Domingo: Ez 17:22-24; Sal 92 (91):2-3, 13-16; 2 Cor 5:6-10; Mc 4:26-34
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Domingo: El Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo Lunes: Décima Semana del Tiempo Ordinario Miércoles: San Efrén Viernes: El Sagrado Corazón de Jesús Sábado: El Inmaculado Corazón de María
SACRIFICIO. Hoy la Iglesia se centra en la Eucaristía. Las lecturas de hoy nos recuerdan la gran conexión que existe entre los sacrificios de sangre de la antigüedad y el sacrificio incruento que ofrecemos ahora. La lectura del Éxodo describe un rito solemne para que los israelitas nunca olviden su pacto con Dios.
La lectura de la Carta a los Hebreos nos lleva de los antiguos sacrificios de animales a los primeros esfuerzos para adorar al Dios vivo. Nuestro sacrificio es el Cuerpo y la Sangre del Hijo de Dios. A causa de Cristo tenemos una nueva alianza.
El Evangelio según San Marcos relata la creación de ese pacto, la conocida historia de la Última Cena. Si contrastamos la historia del sacrificio de animales que vemos aquí, se nos desafía a escuchar con nueva atención, para recordar el gran precio que pagó por nuestra salvación. Jesús dio su cuerpo y cada gota de su sangre por nosotros. —Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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Plegaria universal
La Liturgia de la Palabra concluye con una oración de petición llamada Plegaria universal u Oración universal. El pueblo la identifica como “Peticiones”, porque son oraciones de petición que se dirigen a Dios en nombre de toda la Iglesia, rogándole “por la salvación de todos”. Estas oraciones siguen una estructura muy sencilla: Por y para, concluyendo con la fórmula: roguemos al Señor, a la que el pueblo responde, Te lo pedimos Señor o con otra respuesta semejante. Estas plegarias tienen un orden propio. Pedimos primero por las necesidades de la Iglesia, como institución; por los jefes de Estado y quienes gobiernan el mundo en todos sus niveles; por las personas que sufren cualquier tipo de opresión, sea económica, física, mental, de salud, de libertad de conciencia, de falta de expresión, de marginación, etcétera. El cuarto momento de esta oración está directamente enfocado a las necesidades de la comunidad local y, este es precisamente el momento de recordar nuestros difuntos. Este es el momento de presentar nuestras necesidades particulares, sea en voz alta o en voz baja, según lo indique quien preside la litúrgica, sea eucarística o sacramental. Estas plegarias pueden también cantarse de tal forma que favorezcan la participación del pueblo. —Miguel Arias, © J. S. Paluch Co.
recortes de los santos 3 de junio
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Levantaré el cáliz de salvación e invocaré el nombre del Señor.
— Salmo 116 (115):13
NUESTRO SACRIFICIO. Ofrezcámosle a Cristo el gran sacrificio universal de nuestro amor. Él ofreció su cruz a Dios como sacrificio para enriquecernos a todos. —San Efrén
EL COMIENZO. Lo más difícil es comenzar. —Anónimo
Weekly Collection Colección Semanal
Thank you for your donations Gracias por sus donaciones
Thank you for your continued generosity. Please continue to mail in or drop off your offertory envelopes in the rectory office mail slot to help support the upkeep and maintenance of the church. Gracias por su continuo apoyo, Por favor envíe por correo o deje sus sobres de oferente en el buzón de correo de la rectoría para ayudar a mantener el mantenimiento de la iglesia/edificio, oficinas, centro y sala.
ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC CHURCH MINISTRY LIST
MINISTRY ...................................................................... CONTACT Apostolado de la Cruz.................................................. Jose N. Marquez Bulletin Preparation ........................................................... Nelia Abarro Encuentro Matrimonial (Marriage Encounter) ................. Petra Carcamo ENDOW ............................................................................ Dulce Briones English Altar Servers ..................................................... Glenda Casillas English Choir ........................................................................ Sal Rangel English Eucharistic Ministry ....................................... Shanay Castanon English Lectors .............................................................. Joella Holbrook English Legion of Mary .................................................... Isabel Ornelas English Ushers .................. George Felix, Sr. / Lorenzo & Norma Apostol Evangelización (SINE) .................... Juanita Amador / Guillermo Valdez Filipino Community ......................................................... Filipino Group Grupo de Oracion ...................................................... Antonio Gonzalez Grupo de Sanacíon ................................................................ Oscar Lara Guadalupanos .................................................................... Maria Garcia Knights of Columbus ...................................................... Richard Aguilar Ministerio de Niños y Adolescentes .... Monica Bribiesca/Daniel Olivas Neocatecumenal .............................................................. Elizabeth Loya Post Bereavement / Post Duelo .................................... Bertha Renteria RCIA (Adult) .................. Deacon Ron Elchert / Jackie Castanon-Moreno Semilla Del Reino ................................................................ Javier Sosa Spanish Altar Servers ........................................................... Jose Flores Spanish Choir ............................................................... Arcadio Guijarro Spanish Eucharistic Ministry ................... Juan & Maria Luisa Hernandez Spanish Lectors ........................................................... Guillermo Valdez Spanish Legion of Mary .................................................. Martha Estrada Spanish Ushers .......................................................... Antonio Gonzales St. Pius X Kids Ministry ....................... Monica Bribiesca / Daniel Olivas Talleres de Oración ....................................................... Maria Gonzales Vietnamese Communications ............................................ Diem Nguyen Vietnamese Liturgy .............................................................. Thinh Dinh Vietnamese Operations ........................................................ Tung Dinh Vietnamese Youth Group ................................................. Diane Nguyen Young Adults ................................................................. Nereida Galvan Young at Heart Seniors ............................................ Al & Margie Castillo
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Bible Study in English with Deacon Ron Elchert every Thursday at 7:00 PM
Via Zoom Meeting ID: 831 6398 2676 Password: 854123
ONGOING
please log in to https://lacatholics.org/emergency/
False Church Representation
In light of the on-going issues from the Archdiocese, wherein persons are pretending to be priests, missionaries, and other representative of the Church, please be alerted that Fr. Art did not approve any one during this pandemic to come in our church or in our offices to speak on any subject matter.
We are changing our name, Religious Education to Family Faith Formation. Why? As Parents/ Guardians you are your child’s primary teacher of faith, it is your responsibility to educate your child. We as catechists are here to assist you in forming your child in their faith. In addition to our name change we have merged elementary, JrHi and high school programs together. What does this mean for you? If you pay with check – you can pay with one check. Office hours will be the same for all. We are taking registrations for 2021-22 – please email, [email protected] and we will email you an instruction and registration sheet. You can also email this address if you are interested in volunteering. Please read this section every Sunday – there will be more information forthcoming in the weeks ahead. Rita Amador Parish Catechetical Leader (formerly titled Director of Religious Education) St Pius X Catholic Church 562-567-7242
https://saintpiusxla.org
Our website is updated weekly with copies of the bulletin, events, parish activities and news. Check it out at your convenience. Read the NEWS section to check if anyone reported COVID-19 illness contracted after hearing Mass in our church and if you were in that Mass, call your doctor immediately. Nuestro sitio web se actualiza cada semana con copias del boletín, eventos, actividades parroquiales y noticias. Visítelo a su conveniencia. Lea la sección de NOTICIAS para revisar si alguna persona ha reportado haber contraído COVID-19 después de asistir a misa en nuestra iglesia y si usted estuvo presente en esa misa. Llame a su doctor inmediatamente.
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Cómo denunciar la explotación sexual infantil
Si sus hijos están expuestos a materiales abusivos y de explotación en línea, o si descubre dichos materiales en línea, reporte estas exposiciones para ayudar a proteger a otros niños y a familias. Puede reportar un incidente al Centro Nacional para Niños Desaparecidos y Explotados (NCMEC, por sus siglas en inglés) las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana en report.cybertip.org. Incluya el nombre de usuario de la persona que compartió contenido explícito, cuándo sucedió, qué URL se usó y cualquier otra información relevante. El NCMEC trabajará con las autoridades policiales para iniciar una investigación y eliminar la actividad inapropiada. El NCMEC también tiene materiales y recursos para ayudar a los padres de familia y a los niños a comenzar a recuperarse de la exposición a materiales abusivos y de explotación en línea. Para obtener más información, visite missingkids.org.
Reporting child sexual exploitation
If your children are exposed to exploitive and abusive materials online, or if you discover such materials online, please report these exposures to help protect other children and families. You can report an incident to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) 24/7 at report.cybertip.org. Include the username of the person who shared explicit content, when it happened, what URL was used, and any other relevant information. NCMEC will work with law enforcement officials to start an investigation and shut down inappropriate activity. NCMEC also has materials and resources to help parents and children begin to recover from being exposed to exploitive and abusive materials online. To learn more, visit missingkids.org.
PROMISE TO PROTECT / PLEDGE TO HEAL
The forms and documents for reporting child abuse are located at the website
https://lacatholics.org/reporting-child-abuse/ and if you have any questions regarding these forms,
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PROMESA DE PROTEGER / COMPROMISO PARA SANAR
Las formas y documentos para reportar abuso infantil están localizadas en la Página de Internet:
https://lacatholics.org/reportins-child-abuse/ y si tiene alguna pregunta acerca de estas formas, por favor llame a la Oficina de la Arquidiócesis de Asistencia a Víctimas al teléfono (213) 637-7650.
o al teléfono gratuito (800) 355-2545.
A parishioner reported testing positive on Tuesday, May 11. The person was in the May 9, Sunday 8 AM Spanish Mass. The person has no symptoms and isolated in their house. The person is fine waiting for next testing. El martes 11 de mayo, un feligrés nos reportó que salió positivo. Esta persona estuvo presente en la misa de español de las 8 am del domingo 9 de mayo. Esta persona no tiene síntomas y esta aislado en su casa. Esta persona se encuentra bien esperando por su próxima prueba.
COVID-19 Update
"We must protect unborn babies from Conception in the Womb” —-Pope Francis "Debemos proteger a los bebés no nacidos desde la cocepción en el vientre” —-Pope Francis “God created each of us and endowed all of us with the Right to Life” —So. Dakota Governor Kristi Noem "Dios nos creó a cada uno de nosotros y nos otorgó el derecho a la vida" —So. Dakota Governor Kristi Noem
PRO-LIFE ARTICLES AND QUOTES www.Pro-LifeArticles.org
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PARISH PROJECTS UPDATE Special thanks to the donors who support the Parish Repair Fund, and all the volunteers who work in the projects, organize the parish, and clean up the Church and its premises. Your continued support is greatly appreciated! Ongoing Projects: • Immediate repairs of parish grounds as required per Safety
Rules. Completed Projects: • New flooring and painting of Parish Center completed in
July 2020. • Completed the Parish Hall kitchen plumbing repair/installed
new sink and faucet, tankless water heater with separate valves, June 2020
• Completed the installation of new phone system in the rectory office on November 22, 2019.
• Repadding of the church’s kneelers end caps completed. • Pest control treatment done in July 2019. • Removed and installed new Parish Census database. • Installed 4 new water heater in the Parish Center in
June2019 • Plumbing in Parish Center completed in June, 2019. • Repaired/Re-roofed the Rectory Office. • Installation of glass windows in the confessional doors for
priest and penitent, completed in June 2019 • Church choir loft pest control treatment completed in March
2019. • Re-sealing/water-proofing of exterior walls of the Parish
Center Patio completed in March 2019. • Baptismal Font repair completed in March 2019. • Brand-new website officially launched on February2019. • Sound system replacement completed in November 2018. • Replacement of T-stat cable on 5 A/C units in the Rectory. • Repainting of Loading/Unloading Zone in front of church • Purchase of priest’s car. • Removal of overgrown palm trees in the rectory courtyard
for safety in August 2018. • Rectory major plumbing repair completed in July 2018. • The parking lot lights installed. • The cleaning chemical dilution systems have been installed
in the Parish Center in February 2018. • Stripping of the Parish Parking Lot completed in Jan. 2018. • The electrical panels and lighting fixtures in the Parish
Center completed in 2017. • Exterior painting of the Church; re-upholstery of the
church’s front/back chairs; repair of the crying room; remodel of the Church restrooms; major termite repair/ treatment completed in 2017.
• Sunday Bulletin turned bi-lingual in 2017 to support Spanish community.
• Repair/remodel of rectory office and reception area for safety measures/compliance was completed in 2017.
To place an advertisement in our Sunday Bulletin, please contact J.S. Paluch at 800-231-0805.
Churchgoers see bulletin advertisers as supporters of our community and place great trust in them. Also, your ads help pay for our weekly bulletins.
Vietnamese Saturday Vigil Mass, June 5 5:30pm
Sunday/Domingo, June / junio 6 8:00 am S Asociación Guadalupana 10:00 am † Silvia Montalvo 11:30 am † Jack Noriega 1:00 pm † Guillermo Flores
Monday/Lunes, June / junio 7 7:00 am † Carmen Mendoza 8:00 am † Jack Noriega
Tuesday/Martes, June / junio 8 7:00 am † Jack Noriega 8:00 am † Jack Noriega
Friday/Viernes, June / junio 11 8:00 am † Jack Noriega
Vietnamese Saturday Vigil Mass, June 12 5:30pm
†-RIP, S-Special Intention, B-Birthday
Please note: Daily Mass intentions scheduled on the days that masses were cancelled (Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday) are moved to Friday Mass at 8:00 a.m. Tenga en cuenta: Las intenciones diarias de misa programadas en los días en que se cancelaron las misas (miércoles, jueves y sábado) se trasladan a la misa del viernes a las 8:00 a.m.
For names inadvertently misspelled or omitted,
please accept our sincere apologies.
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