Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

June 20, 2010




Sat / Sun April 03 & 04, 2010

Text Box: MASS INTENTIONS for this week

Sat.  5 pm:   All Parishioners (l. & d.) 
Sun.  8:30:   All Parishioners (l. & d.) 
         8:30:    Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (1)
        10:30:   Mrs. Maria Chan (dec.)
        10:30:   Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (2)
        12:30:   Int. Rio Bella J. Cuz (liv.)

Mon. 8 am:   The Souls in Purgatory
Mon. 6 pm:   Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (3)             
Tues. 8 am:   The Souls in Purgatory
Tues. 6 pm:   Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (4)
Wed. 8am:     The Souls in Purgatory
Wed. 6pm:     Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (5)
Thurs. 8am:   Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (6)         
Thurs. 6pm:   Novena for all Fathers (l. & d.) (7)
Fri.     8 am:   In honor of the Five Sacred Wounds. 
Fri. 6 pm:       Joyce Linton (dec.)
Sat. 8 am:      Int. Fr. Stan Zak (liv.)
Sat. 10am:     Joyce Linton (dec.)
Sat. 4pm:       Adoration and Confession
Sat. 5 pm:      Int. Ana Ramirez– Palmer (liv.)

Text Box:        MUSIC FOR 5:00, 10:30 & 
                  12:30 MASSES
Organ Prelude:  
Pre & Fugue in E Minor, J. Pachelbel
Hymns for today:  
#484 Come Thou Almighty King 
#100 Asperges
#603 Faith of our Fathers
Mass at 5pm (Sat.) 
Missa Corpus Christi, R. Proulx. 
Cantor & organ.

Mass at 10:30am:  
Missa Orbis Factor, Gregorian 
Mass XI . MM Choir
"O Memoriale", Palestrina

Mass at 12:30pm:  Missa Orbis Factor, Gregorian Mass XI, 
Mixed Schola
Organ Postlude:  Toccata & Fugue in BbM,  J. Pachelbel 
Text Box: Last week, the second collection for the Bishop’s Appeal  amounted to $ 883.00. 
This week, the 2nd collection  is for the Bishop’s Appeal Fund. 
Next week, the 2nd collection will be for the Catholic Communications & Black & Indian Missions . 
Text Box: Father’s Prayer

Lord, please bless our fathers, these men who mean so much to us, who are greatly responsible for who we are and who we are becoming. Bless them for having the courage to do what's necessary to keep us out of trouble, for making us do the right thing, for helping us build our character, even when it makes us angry; and bless them for pushing  us to do our best, even when they just want to love us. 

Bless our fathers for being our protectors, for leading us through stormy times to safety, for making us believe that everything will be all right and for making it so. Bless our fathers for quietly making a living to provide for those they love most, for giving us food, clothing, shelter and the other material things that really matter, for unselfishly investing time and money in us that they could have spent on themselves. 

Bless our father, Lord, for saving some energy for fun, for leading us on adventures to explore the outer reaches of ourselves, for making us laugh, for being our playmates and our friends. Bless them for being our secure foundation, our rock, for holding on tight to us... until it's time to let us go. 

Lord, bless these men we look up to, our role models, our heroes, our fathers.

In Jesus' name we pray.

Text Box: Sunday Scripture

	Jesus offers us eternal happiness, but there is a cost to consider. While Jesus is the Messiah and Savior, as foretold in prophecy, he calls his followers to a life of suffering and sacrifice with him, not the comforts of an earthly Kingdom. He calls us to die to self by putting the needs of others first, before our own. The reward He offers is nothing less than eternal happiness.
	Today's first reading is a prophecy about the fountain that will purify God's people. In the second reading, Paul says that through Baptism we are made heirs of the promise to Abraham. In the Gospel, Peter acknowledges that Jesus is the Messiah. Jesus foretells his Passion, offering a challenge to his disciples to take up their crosses and follow him.

Weekly update

June 05 & 06

Year- to Date


$ 6,234.00

$ 129,747.78


$ 5,900.00

$ 139,300.00


$ 0.00

$ 9,886.22

Bishop’s Appeal

$ 883.00

$ 7,095.00

Goal for Appeal


$ 9,182.00

Par.  Dev. Fund

$ 86.00

$ 5,021.00

Building Fund

$ 1,245.00

$ 7,854.00

April 2010


$ 34, 872.03

April 2010


$ 30,092.87

April 2010


$ 4,779.16



$ - 32,568.39