TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Saturday / Sunday September 20-21, 2014 

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

 

 

 

 

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

Sun: 7am (E.F.):

        8:30: Carl Gary (liv.)

      10:30: People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)

      12:30: Anthony Roberts (liv.)

Mon. 8am: Alvin and Anthony Cailan (liv.)

Mon. 6pm: Lola (Navarini) Dardi (dec.)

Tues. 8am:

Tues. 6pm: T.E. Fifta

Wed. 8am:

Wed. 6pm: Jillermo and Tania Jimenez (liv.)

Thurs. 8am: Rodolfo and Catalino Ponce (dec.)

Thurs. 12pm (E.F.): Ramon and Myrna Lanzar

                           (51st wedding anniversary)

Thurs. 6pm (N.O): Francis J. Mahoney (dec.)

Fri. 8am: Nancy Miloslavich (liv.)

Fri.   2 pm:  Adoration & Confession

Fri.   3 pm:  Chaplet

Fri.   6pm: Fr. Miguel Alcantara (dec.)

Sat.   8am: Larysa Rutkowska (liv.)

Sat.  10am: Matilde Jimenez

Sat.  4pm: Adoration & Confession

Sat.  5pm:

MUSIC FOR TODAY

 

 

 

 

Prelude:  Ave Maris Stella, G. Dufay

Hymns for today:   #624 O God Our Help in Ages Past   #100 Asperges; #606 Lift High the Cross

5pm (Sat.) The Deutsche Mass, Schubert

10:30am:  Missa Orbis Factor, St. MM Choir 
Offertory:  All Earth Rejoice, Vivaldi.   Meditation:  Ave Maria, Arcadelt  

12:30pm:  Missa Orbis Factor, Chorus Magnificat

Postlude:  Voluntary on “St. Anne”, Healey Willan 

 

Text Box: Sunday Scripture	
      
	
     Let us seek the Lord so we may receive the many good gifts he wishes to lavish upon us. The first reading offers a beautiful admonition: “Seek the Lord while he may be found, call on him while he is still near.”  Some reasons why it is important to do this is because God is good and loving, gracious and merciful, and offers us peace and salvation. Let us seek the Lord so that we may receive God’s good gifts. The first reading exhorts us to seek the Lord while he may be found. The reading from Philippians reminds us to conduct ourselves in a way that is worthy of the Gospel of Christ. In the Gospel, Jesus tells a parable about a landowner hiring laborers to work in his vineyard. Its lesson is that the first shall be last and the last shall be first.

This week’s second collection will be for the Holy Father’s Peter’s Pence. Last week’s second collection for  Clergy Retirement  totaled $1,732.00. Next week’s second collection will be for Diocesan Assessments & Liability Insurance.

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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