Our Lord Jesus Christ the King (Last Sunday of the Liturgical Year)

Sat / Sun November 21 & 22, 2009

Text Box: MASS INTENTIONS for the week

Sat.  5 pm:        Int. Kirk Patrick Autrey (liv.)
Sun.  8:30:        Int. Fr. Joseph Fiedorowicz (liv.)
       10:30:        Int. Giovanni Mancarti (liv.)
       10:30:        Joseph Cumbelich (dec.)
       12:30:        Int. Hugo & Grace da Silva (liv.)
Mon. 8 am:       Int. Betty Garland (liv.)
Mon. 8 am:       Int. Kirk Patrick Autrey (liv.)
Mon. 6 pm:       The Souls of Purgatory
Tues. 8 am:       Int. Kirk Patrick Autrey (liv.)
Tues. 8 am:       Valerie Burkart (Birthday)
Tues. 6 pm:       Int. Jonathan Dela Pena (liv.)
Weds. 8 am:      Int. Henry Funcke (liv.)
Weds. 6pm:       Int. Jonathan Dela Pena (liv.)
THANKSGIVING DAY
Thurs. 8am:      Int. Henry Funcke (liv.)
Thurs. 10:30am: Thanksgiving Mass for all Graces received
Thurs. 12pm:     Martin Hee (dec.)
Fri. 8 am:           In Honor of the Five Sacred Wounds
Fri. 6 pm:           Int. Vladimir Kozina (liv.)
Sat. 8 am:           Int. Betty Garland (liv.)
Sat. 10 am:         Fr. Edgar Hassal (dec.)
Sat. 5 pm:           People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)

Text Box: MUSIC FOR 5:00, 10:30 & 12:30 MASSES
November 22 Christ the King 

Organ Prelude: Brigg Fayre, Richard Purvis

Hymns for today: 
#480 To Jesus Christ Our S. King; #100 Asperges, 
Christus Vincit (antiphon)

Mass at 5pm (Sat.) 
The Heritage Mass by O. Alstott. 
Cantor & organ.

Mass at 10:30am: The Mission Mass, by Padre Narciso Durán. 
St. MM Choir 

Mass at 12:30pm: Missa Brevis. Choir of the Angelus.

Organ Postlude: Thanksgiving, Richard Purvis
Text Box: Last week, the second collection for the Catholic Voice. Fund amounted to $ 1,194.00. 

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

Next week, the 2nd collection will be for the SVDPS.  

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. 

MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.
Text Box: SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING
       This Sunday we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King. It is the last Sunday of the Liturgical Year. The Solemnity of Christ the King  is a Holy Day in the liturgical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church. This feast was instituted by Pope Pius XI on 11 December in 1925 in his encyclical ''Quas Primas''. At that time he saw the rise of Atheism, Communism and Secularism as a direct result of man's turning away from Christ's sovereignty, and man's denying of the authority of Christ's Church. This result was "disorder" or a move away from the Divine Order. The Feast of Christ the King was set on the last Sunday in October. After the Second Vatican Council, the calendar reforms of 1969 moved the date of the Feast of Christ the King to the last Sunday before the next liturgical year's Advent (Advent marking the start of the liturgical year; Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas Day. Before this change, the Sunday before Advent bore the designation "Last Sunday After Pentecost" and had its own special Mass), regardless of the number of Sundays there were between Pentecost and Advent (23 to 28) in that particular year.

MARIAN MOVEMENT 
of PRIESTS CENACLE - 
4th Sunday of every month at 3:30 p.m. in our church. 
       This Sunday, November 22, at 3.30PM, Holy Mass will be said for the Marian Movement of Priests (this is a movement for lay people, priests and religious who wish to pray for priests), followed by Holy Hour with Benediction afterwards. Please come to pray for our priests. Everybody is welcome. Please inform and invite others. Next month Marian Movement Mass: Dec. 27, 2008, at 3.30pm.
Text Box: Sunday Scripture
       Christ is King over all creation. Christ reigns over all creation. From His throne of the Cross he won for us forgiveness; by his Resurrection he defeated death. He now sits at the right hand of the Father in triumph. As His disciples, we are to make Christ the King of our lives so that we, too, may come to share in eternal life.
         In the first reading, Daniel has a vision of one like a Son of man who will rule over all things forever. In Revelation, we are told Jesus is ruler of the earth's kings. He is the Alpha and the Omega–the Almighty One. In the Gospel, Pilate examines Jesus, questioning if he is a king. Jesus states that his kingship is not of this world.

Weekly update

11/14-15

Year- to Date

Actual

$ 5,539.00

$ 229,921.54

Goal

$ 5,100.00

$ 247,016.00

Shortfall

$ 0.00

$ 16,094.46

Bishop’s Appeal

$ 0.00

$ 10,572.00

Goal for Appeal

 

$ 9,182.00

Par.  Dev. Fund

$ 0.00

$ 9,026.00

Building Fund

$ 0.00

$ 20,124.00