TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

October 12-13,  2013 

 

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS for this week

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sat.   5pm: Paul Hsue (liv.)

Sun:  8:30: The Tam Ho Family (dec.)

       10:30: Maria Guerra Ceja (dec.)

       12:30: Michael Smith (liv.)

       7:30pm:  (THE FATIMA DEVOTION) Bro. Christopher Bassen, FSC, Bro. ; 

                       Miss Mildred, AFSC

Mon. 8am: Bill Duffy and Family (liv.)

Mon. 6pm: Filder and Rosa Marquez (liv.)

Tues. 8am: Josephine Hsue (liv.)

Tues. 6pm: Marianne Martinez (liv.)

Wed. 8am: Lynn Murrin (dec.)

Wed. 6pm: Marianne and Ivana (liv.)

Thurs. 8am: Peter and Sylvia Oppenheim (dec.)

Thurs. 12(noon): The Balza Family, Rommel Lopez (liv.)

Thurs. 6pm (N.O.): Lianne Claver (liv.)

Fri.    8am: Vic and Nancy Miloslavich (liv.)

Fri.   2 pm:  Adoration & Confession

Fri.   3pm:   Chaplet & Benediction

Fri.   6pm:  Marianne Martinez (liv.)

Sat.   8am:  Agnes Ainsworth (liv.)

Sat. 10am:  Anne O’Connor (dec.)

Sat. 4pm:   Adoration & Confession

Sat.  5pm:  People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)

          

 

MUSIC FOR TODAY

 

 

Organ Prelude:  Chorale Prelude, Buxtehude
Hymns for today:    #460 Holy, Holy, Holy!   #100 Asperges   #547 Salve Regina
5pm (Sat.)  Mass of St. Margaret Mary, Frank La Rocca.  5pm Offertory:  Sing to the Lord a new Song 
10:30am:  Missa Papae Benedicti XVI, Frank La Rocca.  St. MM Choir
12:30pm:  Missa Brevis, Pacific Collegium
Organ Postlude:  Toccata & Fugue in F Major, Buxtehude

Text Box: Sunday Scripture	

	We carry our faith with us wherever we go. Today's readings both shed light on the gratitude of a leper healed by a man of God, one by Elisha, and one by Jesus, the Son of God. When God grants us an answer to a prayer or affliction, do we respond in gratitude like Naaman and the Samaritan or like the nine other lepers? 
	Naaman, the leper, after he is cleansed by Elisha asks for dirt–the soil of Israel, so that he can worship and thank God on holy ground wherever he goes. A Samaritan returns to thank the Holy One of Israel for his cleansing. Nine others who were cleansed did not return after showing themselves to the priests.

This week’s second collection will be for the Bishop’s Appeal.  Last weeks 2nd collection for the Building Fund totaled $1,062.00.  Next week’s 2nd collection will be for World Mission Sunday.


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 

MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

Text Box: * Monthly Operating Income = Sunday 1st Plate + Parish Development Collections

Weekly update

Oct 5 & 6, 2013

Year-to-Date

Actual - 1st Plate

$  4,197.00

 $179,801.00

Parish Pay 1st Plate

$  2,032.00

        $  55,293.00

Total 1st Plate

$  6,229.00

        $235,094.00

Goal

$  6,400.00

  $262,100.00

Shortfall

$     171.00

  $  27,007.00

Bishop’s Appeal

 $        0.00

  $  12,035.91

Goal for Appeal

 

        $   18,494.25

Assessments &  Ins.

  $          .00

  $     9,474.00

Goal for Assess & Ins.

 

  $   68,182.00

Building Fund

   $ 1,062.00

  $   14,419.76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Fund

 

Year-to-Date

 

 

 

Goal:

 

 

August 2013

Amount

Year-to-Date

OPERATING INCOME*

$  24,094.00

$ 214,247.00

OPERATING EXPENSE

$  29,892.00

$ 251,041.00

SHORTFALL

 -$5,798.00

-$36,794.00

SIGNIFICANT            OPERATING EXPENSE

August 2013

Year-to-Date

Adm - Lay Salaries & Benefits

$  3,973.00

$ 33,950.00

Adm - Non-Personnel

$  3,970.00

$ 24,361.00

Diocesan Assessments

$           .00   

 $ 20,162.00   

Catholic Voice Assessment

$     439.00

$   3,512.00

Package Liability Insurance

$           .00

$ 22.218.00

Parish Priests & Extra Priests - Salaries, Ins/Ret & Stipends

$11,537.00

$ 76,150.00

Rectory Living Expenses

$  2,015.00

$   9,788.00

Bldg & Grounds-Utilities, Maint.,  Repairs & Supplies

$  3,750.00

$ 22,716.00

Liturgy, Music & Catechesis

$  3,714.00

$ 35,593.00

Other (Miscellaneous)

       $     494.00

$   2,591.00