THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS

Saturday / Sunday September 13-14, 2014 

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

 

 

 

Sat. 5pm: Piotr and Anna Zak

Sun: 7am (E.F.):

     8:30: Canon Joel Estrada (liv.)

   10:30: Florent & Nadine Kindy - Baillot (liv.)

   12:30: People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)

Mon. 8am: Cheryl Nguyen (liv.)

Mon. 6pm: Helen Geiger (dec.)

Tues. 8am: Brian Walker (liv.)

Tues. 6pm: T.E. Fifta

Wed. 8am:

Wed. 6pm: Thomas Russel (liv.)

Thurs. 8am:

Thurs. 12pm (E.F.): Paul D. Herbert (liv.)

Thurs. 6pm (N.O):

Fri. 8am:

Fri.   2 pm:  Adoration & Confession

Fri.   3 pm:  Chaplet

Fri.   6pm: T.E. Fifta

Sat.   8am: Craig Shepherd (liv.)

Sat.  10am: Barbara Powell (liv.)

Sat.  4pm: Adoration & Confession

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

MUSIC FOR TODAY

 

 

Organ Prelude:  Sonata X, Prelude, Rheinberger

Hymns for today: #560 The Church's One Foundation; #100 Asperges, #606 Lift High the Cross 

5pm (Sat.) The Deutsche Mass, Schubert

Mass at 10:30am:  Missa Orbis Factor, #218 St. MM Choir

Offertory choir:  Crux Fideles, from the Liber     Meditation:  "We Bow in Worship"

Mass at 12:30pm:  Pacific Collegium choir

Organ Postlude:  Sonata X, Fugue, Rheinberger

Text Box: Sunday Scripture	
      
	                              The Cross of Christ is a rich source of faith. It offers both wisdom and courage for our daily living. The cross was an instrument of punishment and suffering. Christ transformed it into a symbol of resurrection, courage, love and victory over all that is evil in our world. When we gaze at the cross of Christ today, may our lives also be transformed as we seek a deeper relationship with him and strive to serve those in need in our world. In the first reading, the Hebrews were saved from the desert snakes if they looked at the bronze serpent mounted on a pole. In the second reading, Saint Paul tells us that Christ emptied himself, became human and was crucified. Jesus tells Nicodemus that God so loved the world he sent his Son to save it, not condemn it.

This week’s second collection will be for the Retired Clergy Fund. Last week’s second collection for the Building Fund totaled $1,191.12. Next week’s second collection will be for our Holy Father’s Peter’s Pence Collection.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 

MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

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

 

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PARISH NEWS

 

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CALENDAR OF SAINTS

 

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INFO ON THE INSTITUTE OF CHRIST THE KING

 

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INSTITUTE NOTICES IN OUR PARISH

 

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Weekly update

 Sep 06 & 07, 2014

Year-to-Date

Actual - 1st Plate

$  5,304.00

 $  157,843.00

Parish Pay 1st Plate

$  1,550.00

       $    55,288.00

Total 1st Plate

$ 6,854.00

       $  213,131.00

Goal

$           .00

 $              .00

Shortfall

$           .00

 $              .00

Bishop’s Appeal

$           .00