Text Box: Third Sunday of Easter
May 8, 2011
Text Box: MASS INTENTIONS for this week

Sat. 5pm:       All Parishioners (l. & d.)
Sun.   8:30:    Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (1)
        10:30:    Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (2)
        12:30:     Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (3)                   

Mon. 8 am:     Paulina Benoza (dec.)
Mon. 6 pm:     Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (4)

Tues. 8 am:     Dennis Hamilton (dec.)
Tues. 6 pm:     Michelle St. Lezin (liv.), Leon Melendres (liv.)

Wed. 8am:      Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (5)
Wed. 6pm:      Linda Bellavia (liv.)

Thurs. 8 am:    Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (6)
Thurs. 6pm:    Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (7)

OUR LADY OF FATIMA
Fri. 8 am:       In Honor of Five Sacred Wounds
Fri. 2 pm:       Adoration & Confession
Fri. 3pm:       Chaplet & Benediction
Fri. 6pm:        Wilfredo Balza (liv.), Charles Humphreys (liv.),
                       Gail Diaz (liv.)
Fri. 7:30pm:   Stephen Finehirsh (liv.)

Sat. 8am:       Fr. Don McDonnell (liv.), Fr. Stan Zak (liv.),
                      Fr. Joseph Fiedorowicz (dec.)
Sat. 10am:     Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (8)
Sat. 5pm:       Novena for all Mothers (l. & d.) (9)

Text Box: MUSIC FOR TODAY

Organ:   Sheep May Safely Graze, JSB 
Hymns for today:  #419 Good Christian Men, Rejoice   #102 Vidi Aquam,   #546 Regina Caeli 
Mass at 5pm (Sat.) Psallite Mass, Cantor and Organ.
Mass at 10:30am: Missa Lux et Origo, ST. MM Choir  
choir:  "Ave Maria", Arcadelt
Mass at 12:30pm: Missa Brevis, Pacific Collegium
Organ:  Toccata in F, J. Cabanilles
Text Box: Novena for all Mothers

Novena Masses for all Mothers  will be celebrated between May 8th and May 14th
1. May 8, Sunday, 8.30am
2. May 8, Sunday, 10.30am
3. May 8, Sunday, 12.30pm
4. May 9, Monday, 6.00pm
5. May 11, Thursday, 8am
6. May 11, Thursday, 6pm
7. May 14th, Saturday, 10am
8. May 14th, Saturday, 5pm

Special forms are available in the back of the church. 



Text Box: Sunday Scripture 
	Disciples of Jesus have a responsibility to share the gospel message with others. How is it possible that the two travelers on the road to Emmaus did not recognize Jesus? Even they, themselves, asked this question! Important, though, is what they did after realizing that they had encountered Jesus. They immediately returned to Jerusalem to tell others. We, too, should tell others when we encounter Jesus in our daily lives.
	In today's first reading, Peter boldly proclaims the death and Resurrection of Jesus, showing how it fulfills God's promise made to King David. The second reading urges proper conduct, for our salvation was won with the blood of Christ. In the Gospel, Jesus joins two disciples on the road to Emmaus. They come to recognize him as they break bread together.
Text Box: Last week’s collection for the Building Fund amounted to $1,491.00. Lenten Rice Bowl Collections for the Poor have amounted to $2,782.60.  This week, the 2nd collection is for the Bishop’s Appeal. Next week, the 2nd collection will be for Catholic Charities. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR PARISH. MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

Weekly update

April 23/24

Year- to Date

Actual - Plate

$ 5,215.00

$ 87,369.75

Goal

$ 5,900.00

$ 113,600.00

Shortfall

$ 685.00

$ 26,230.25

Bishop’s Appeal

$ .00

$ 3,519.00

Goal for Appeal

 

$ 13,066.89

Par.  Dev. Fund

$ 5.00

$ 3,241.00

Building Fund

$ 1491.00

$ 13,141.32