Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sat / Sun June 27 & 28, 2009

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS for the week

 

Sat. 5 pm:      All Fathers (l. & d.) 8

Sun. 8:30:      Int. Stan Nalepa & Family (liv.)

        10:30:   All Fathers (l. & d.) 9

        12:30:    Int. The Tannady Family (liv.)

Mon. 8 am:   Int. Ba Van Dinh Family (liv.)

Mon. 6 pm:   Int. Lizzie Biscevic (liv.)

Tues. 8 am:    Int. Lianne Claver (liv.)

Tues. 6 pm:   Int. Canon Michael Wiener (liv.)

Weds. 8 am: E. C. Gieger (dec.)

Weds. 6 pm: Int. Linda Bellavia (liv.)

Thurs. 8 am:    The Souls of Purgatory

Thurs. 6 pm:    Int. Wilfredo Balza (liv.)

Thurs. 7pm:      Holy Hour & Benediction

Fri. 8 am:       The Souls of Purgatory

Fri. 9:30am:   In the Honor of the Five Sacred Wounds

Fri. 2-3:30pm:  Adoration, Chaplet & Benediction

Fri. 6 pm:      Frances Gonzalez (dec.)


4th of July - Independence Day

Sat. 8 am:      The Souls of Purgatory

Sat. 10 am:    Angelo & Thaddeus Cannizzaro (dec.),

 

Sat. 4pm:      Adoration and Benediction

Sat. 5 pm:      Basilio Benoza (dec.)

MUSIC FOR 5:00, 10:30 & 12:30 MASSES


Organ Prelude:          
Symp # 5 Mvt. 1 (frag)
                                -Ch. M Widor

Hymns for today:                   
#100 Asperges
#560
The Church’s One Foundation
#616
I Sing the Mighty Power of God


Mass at  5:00
pm (Sat.):
Missa Adoro Te Devote, Proulx.

                            Cantor & organ.

Mass at 10:30:       
Missa Orbis Factor, # 218 Hymnal.

                                St. MM Choir

Mass at 12:30:       
Missa Brevis, Pacific Collegium.


Organ Postlude:    

Symp # 5, Mvt 1 (frag)
                                 -Ch. M Widor

 

       Last week, the second collection for the Catholic Communications &  for Black and Indian Missions in the United States amounted to $ 686.00.

 

This week, the 2nd collection  is for the Parish Development Fund.

 

Next week, the 2nd collection is for the Building Fund.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

 

PARISH FAMILY NIGHT

       This Sunday, June 28th we would like to invite all our parishioners—young and old-—with children and without, to celebrate that afternoon together. You can come to the 3:30pm Holy Mass (Marian Movement of Priests) and Holy Hour afterwards, or just come to the Parish Hall for the 5:00pm Potluck Dinner. Bring some food to share.  After the dinner, we will watch the Ignatius Press movie “Paul - Contending for the Faith”, the latest movie of the “Footprints of God” series of Steve Ray (catholicconvert.com).  On the next day, June 29th, we will celebrate the ending of the “Year of St. Paul” (1000 years from his birthday).

       For more information, please call Lily Mullen at (925)827-1946.

 

FIRST THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY

This  week we celebrate – First Thursday  July 2nd - a day of special prayer for our priests, religious & seminarians. After 6.00PM Holy Mass, we expose the Blessed Sacrament and we celebrate THE HOLY HOUR.  First Friday -   July 3rd. After the Holy Masses, we expose the Blessed Sacrament and recite the Litany to the Sacred Heart, followed by Benediction. An extra Mass for home-schooling children & their parents will be at 9:30 AM. Other parishioners are also welcome to come and to pray with us.  First Saturday - July 4th. After 8.00AM Mass, there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and the Litany to the Blessed Virgin Mary will be recited.

 

BLESSING OF EXPECTANT MOTHERS

Will take place next weekend, Sat. July 4th, at 5:00pm, & Sun. July 5th, at the 8:30 & 10:30am Masses.

 

 

 

Sunday Scripture

          The life we receive with Christ is everlasting.

Over the normal course of life,it most of us experience births and deaths among our loved ones. New life is usually a cause for joy; while we grieve at the death of someone special to us. However, our belief in Jesus Christ offers us a hope that transcends death and, if we persevere in faith, it will bring us to the joy of eternal life in heaven.

          In today's first reading, we hear that death is the result of evil. In the second reading, Paul teaches that those who are blessed with material goods should be generous, as God has been generous to them. In the Gospel, Jesus heals a woman. She simply touches his clothing, showing her great faith. Jesus also restores a child to life.

Weekly update

06/20-21

Year- to Date

Actual

$ 4,590.00

$ 126,992.29

Goal

$ 5,100.00

$ 139,916.00

Shortfall

$ 510.00

$ 12,923.71

Bishop’s Appeal

$ 0.00

$ 5,954.00

Goal for Appeal

 

$ 9,182.00

Par.  Dev. Fund

$ 0.00

$ 5,109.00

Building Fund

$ 0.00

$ 13,135.00