TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Sept 28-29,  2013 

 

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS for this week

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sat.   5pm: Miguel H. Yabut (dec.)

Sun:   8:30: People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)

        10:30: Myrna Lanzar (liv.)

        12:30: Rosalinda Balza, Wilhelmina Balza  Brosas (liv.)

Mon. 8am: Sr. Samuel Mendoza (liv.)

Mon. 6pm: Rosemary Marquez (liv.)

Tues. 8am: Sr. Antonio Landaverde (liv.)

Tues. 6pm: Rosemary Marquez (liv.)

Wed. 8am: Sister Irenae (dec.)

Wed. 6pm: Joram Lanzar (liv.)

Thurs. 8am: Sister M. Agape (dec.)

Thurs. 12(noon): Alice F. Soljack (dec.)

Thurs. 6pm: Novus Ordo

Thurs. 7pm : Holy Hour

Fri.     8am: The Tam Ho Family (dec.)

Fri. 9:30am: TORCH members looking for work

Fri.   2 pm:  Adoration & Confession

Fri.   3pm:   Chaplet & Benediction

Fri.   6pm: Alice F. Soljack (dec.)

Sat.   8am:The Tam Ho Family peace

Sat. 10am: Rosemary Marquez (liv.)

Sat. 4pm: Adoration & Confession

Sat.  5pm: Sister M. Berta (dec.)             

 

MUSIC FOR TODAY

 

Prelude:  Andante, Mendelssohn (from Sonata #1)
Hymns for today:   #612 Praise to the Lord the Almighty, #100 Asperges,
#603 Faith of our Fathers
 
5pm (Sat.) Mass for All Seasons, C. Ellis.and Organ.
10:30am:  Missa Orbis Factor, #218 St. MM Choir
Offertory:  Jubilate Deo, Mozart  
12:30pm: Missa Orbis Factor, Chorus Magnficat
 
Postlude:  Fugue, Mendelssohn (from Sonata D minor)

Text Box: Sunday Scripture	

	How the rich man treated Lazarus is held up to us as an example of how not to act. Like the rich man, many of us have opportunities for good works right outside our door. And, also like the rich man, we can ignore their very presence. As Christians, we are called to be good stewards of God's gifts to us. We are not to overlook those less fortunate, but rather, we are to welcome and care for all God's children.The prophet Amos criticizes the Jewish leaders for enjoying the comforts of wealth while lacking interior morality and justice. Paul exhorts Timothy to seek after integrity, piety, love, steadfastness and a gentle spirit. Jesus tells of the rich man who was judged by his action of ignoring the poor man lying at his door.

This week’s second collection will be for the SVdPS.  Last weeks 2nd collection for the Diocesan Assessments and Insurance totaled 730.00. Next week’s 2nd collection will be for Building Fund.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 

MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

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

Weekly update

Sept 14 & 15, 2013

Year-to-Date

Actual - 1st Plate

$  3,845.00

 $168,694.00

Parish Pay 1st Plate

$  1,108.00

        $  51,165.00

Total 1st Plate

$  4,953.00

        $219,859.00

Goal

$  6,400.00

  $242,900.00

Shortfall

$  1,447.00

  $  23,041.00

Bishop’s Appeal

 $       0.00

  $  12,035.91

Goal for Appeal

 

        $   18,494.25

Assessments &  Ins.

  $       0.00

  $     8,294.00

Goal for Assess & Ins.

 

  $   68,182.00

Building Fund

   $      0.00

  $   13,357.76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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