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August 9, 2015
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time August 9, 2015 I am the living bread that came down from heaven. — John 6:51
Decimonoveno Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 9 de agosto de 2015 Yo soy el pan vivo que ha bajada del cielo. — Juan 6:51
Michelle Acevedo, Charlie Baca, Don Brimmer, Pam C., Alejandra Campos, Linda Castro, Yuly Corzo, Pat Dittenhaver, Sister Fintan, Diana Fitzgerald, R.J. Jackson, Lenni, Egor Lisizin, Cathy Mess, Ellen Molina, Marihna Monroe, Patricia y Julia Moya, Pam O'Camb, CJ Reynolds, Joan Sefirt, Derek Sherrier, David Shupe, Ken Sousa & Lee Walker TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — AŌer resƟng and taking nourishment twice, Elijah is strengthened to walk to the mountain of God, Horeb (1 Kings 19:4-8). Psalm — Taste and see the goodness of the Lord (Psalm 34). Second Reading — Be sealed by the Holy Spirit of God so as to be imitators of God and live in love (Ephesians 4:30 — 5:2). Gospel — Jesus professes that he is the living bread and whoever eats this bread will live forever (John 6:41-51). READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: 2 Cor 9:6-10; Ps 112:1-2, 5-9; Jn 12:24-26 Tuesday: Dt 31:1-8; Dt 32:3-4ab, 7-9, 12; Mt 18:1-5, 10, 12-14 Wednesday: Dt 34:1-2; Ps 66:1-3a, 5, 8, 16-17; Mt 18:15-20 Thursday: Jos 3:7-10a, 11, 13-17; Ps 114:1-6; Mt 18:21 — 19:1 Friday: Jos 24:1-13; Ps 136:1-3, 16-18, 21-22, 24; Mt 19:3-12 Saturday: Vigil: 1 Chr 15:3-4, 15-16; 16:1-2; Ps 132:6-7, 9-10, 13-14; 1 Cor 15:54b-57; Lk 11:27-28 Day: Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab; Ps 45:10-12, 16; 1 Cor 15:20-27; Lk 1:39-56 Sunday: Prv 9:1-6; Ps 34:2-7; Eph 5:15-20; Jn 6:51-58 SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Monday: St. Lawrence Tuesday: St. Clare Wednesday: St. Jane Frances de Chantal Thursday: Ss. PonƟan and Hippolytus Friday: St. Maximilian Kolbe Saturday: Assump on of the Blessed Virgin Mary
LECTURAS DE HOY Primera lectura — Después de descansar y alimentarse nuevamente dos veces, Elías se fortalece para caminar a la montaña de Dios, el monte Horeb (1 Reyes 19:4-8). Salmo — Haz la prueba y verás qué bueno es el Señor (Salmo 34 ). Segunda lectura — Han sido marcados por el Espíritu Santo de Dios para que imiten a Dios (Efesios 4:30 — 5:2). Evangelio — Jesús profesa que él es el pan de vida y todo el que coma ese pan vivirá para siempre (Juan 6:41-51).
Meeting Spaces For Ministries All ministries requesting meeting space, (even those which are regularly scheduled ministries): Please submit all of your dates in writing, to the parish office to verify availability of room, as soon as you are able.
Thank you, and may God bless you and our planning for the new season.
Confirmation Classes have moved from Thursdays to Sundays at 2:30pm to 4pm, beginning with the Registration and Orientation Meeting on Sunday, September 6th at 2:30pm
What is RCIA for children? The RCIA for children is a process that invites children, ages 7 to 14, interested in searching the Catholic Faith to discover what the Catholic Church teaches and believes. It is open to unbaptized children, children baptized in another faith, and children who may be baptized but who have not practiced their Catholic faith regularly. Like the RCIA for adults this process is accomplished in a comfortable, friendly and informal environment, but especially designed for children. Separate sessions of Catechesis (education) are presented in dialog format. Certain Rites are celebrated in the church and are combined with the Adults at the same Mass. RCIA for children is two years of formation and begins Monday, October 5th at 5:30-6:45 pm. An orientation meeting for parents will be September 28th at 5:30 pm. For more information contact: Maria Rivera-Mena (909) 882-2931 Ext. 22 R
Que es RICA para niños(as)? La iniciación cristiana de los niños en edad catequética tiene su referente en el catecumenado de adultos, por eso su modelo es el descrito en el que se indican las adaptaciones propias para un catecumenado de niños. Especialmente, se deberá tener presente la gradualidad, que expresa la dimensión maternal de la Iglesia que acoge y acompaña, y la condición de los destinatarios, en concreto, su edad y situación. La iniciación de los niños, por lo tanto, también se desarrolla durante un proceso adecuado antes de acceder a los sacramentos. En este proceso de distinguen varios tiempos, a la vez que comporta algunos ritos. RICA para niños(as) es dos años de formación e incia lunes Octubre 5 a las 5:30-6:45 pm. Reunión de Orientación para padres Septiembre 28 a las 5:30 pm. Para mas información comunicarse con: María Rivera-Mena (909)882-2931 Ext. 22
Students must a end with their Parents in order to register their student for Confirma on Classes The Sacrament of Confirma on has 4 essen al eﬀects for our lives: ♦
Completes our Sacraments of IniƟaƟon so we become more deeply rooted as a son or daughter of God ♦ Unites us firmly in our Lord, Jesus Christ ♦ So that we may more fully receive the 7 GiŌs of the Holy Spirit ♦ Gives us special strength of the Holy Spirit to spread and defend our faith Please contact me with any quesƟons or for more informaƟon. May God abundantly bless you and your family, Kathleen Estrella Director of Youth ConfirmaƟon (909) 882-2931 ext. 16 - [email protected]
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Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School
We are also so pleased to announce the grand o p e n i n g o f o u r O L A P r e s c h o o l ! Our first day is September 1st and we are accepting registrations, now! Without your help, it wouldn’t have been possible. God bless you and thank you for sharing your gifts! As we prepare for the 2015-2016 school year we would like to take a moment to thank you for your continued prayers and support and to invite you to consider giving to your young loved ones the opportunity for a strong, faith-filled education. By receiving a spiritual and educational foundation that maximizes personal growth and development, our students are prepared for the future. Please take the time to contact us and explore how we can assist in your child’s success. Summer office hours are: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM or email/call for an appointment. [email protected]/909-881-2416 We’ll be happy to arrange for campus tours. Please mark your calendars with these Important School dates and times: August 10th – Payment of fees in the hall 3:00pm – 6:00pm. Fundraising info will be available at that time. True Grits Uniforms will also attend. If you are unable to attend on this date, please contact the office before August 10th to make payment arrangements. Miss Rina can take credit card payments in the office during regular summer hours. August 15th – School clean-up 7:30 – noon. Parents earn double service hours! Please bring cleaning supplies such as brooms, rakes, paper towels, Windex, etc. Don’t worry, you’ll be done by 11:30; plenty of time to get ready for the 4:00pm celebration Mass for Our Lady of the Assumption!
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Durante los últimos años, la Iglesia católica en los Estados Unidos de América ha reconocido un poco más la presencia hispana. Por tal motivo, muchos músicos han compuesto cantos bilingües, en inglés y español. Por ejemplo, el cantautor Bob Hurd, quien escribió el canto: “Pan de vida, cuerpo del Señor”. Este himno, basado en Gálatas 2:3 y Juan 6:35, mezcla el español con el inglés para hablar de que todos somos uno en el cuerpo del Señor. No hay raza, género humano o condición social que sea mejor o peor que la otra. En Cristo todos podemos estar unidos en servicio mutuo, amor y humildad. Para la jerarquía de la Iglesia católica en Estados Unidos, este mensaje es de suma importancia porque a veces le cuesta trabajo compartir su liderazgo con los que no son angloparlantes. Como comunidad hispana, nos corresponde desafiar con amor a la Iglesia jerárquica de este país para que sea más fiel al pan de vida, hecho de múltiples granos de trigo, cada uno de valor inestimable ante los ojos de Dios. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM
August 17th – New parent meeting in the Grade 8 at 6:00pm. Parents of Kindergartners, please bring two photos of your child. August 18th – Mandatory meeting in grade 4 for parents of 6th-8th graders, last names beginning with A-L. August 19th – Mandatory meeting in grade 4 for parents of 6th-8th graders, last names beginning with M-Z. August 20th – Meeting in grade 4 for parents of 4th and 5th graders. August 24th – First day of school! School dismisses at noon. School dismissal is 2:40pm (new dismissal time for the entire school) Tuesday and Wednesday the first week. Noon dismissal Thursday, August 27th; no school Friday. Although our 8th grade class is closed, we still have space in grades K – 7. If you are interested in providing your children or grandchildren with quality, Catholic education, please contact our office. We will work with you to build a strong learning foundation for your children.
May the rest of your Summer provide you with happiness and peace!
We are Catholics. We are Americans. We are proud to be both, grateful for the giŌ of faith which is ours as ChrisƟan disciples, and grateful for the giŌ of liberty which is ours as American ciƟzens. To be Catholic and American should mean not having to choose one over the other. Our allegiances are disƟnct, but they need not be contradictory, and should instead be complementary. That is the teaching of our Catholic faith, which obliges us to work together with fellow ciƟzens for the common good of all who live in this land. That is the vision of our founding and our ConsƟtuƟon, which guarantees ciƟzens of all religious faiths the right to contribute to our common life together. —USCCB, Our First, Most Cherished Liberty: A Statement on Religious Liberty
THE BEGINNING OF EVERYTHING Everyone recognizes the truth of good proverbs, and so they endure from generation to generation. The Russians have a surprisingly bold one that fits this Sunday’s Gospel: “Bread is the beginning of everything.” Judging from the first reading, Elijah might have felt that it was too late for bread—too late for life itself. This great prophet was at the end of his rope and endurance. Then, not one, but two angels visit him. One offers food and drink. The other gives startling directions. For Elijah, this food from the angels is bread for his journey. On the strength of the heaven sent gift of food, he walks to the mountain of God. In today’s Gospel, Jesus offers himself, not just as bread for the journey, but as bread for life itself. He gives his flesh as life for the world. “I am the bread of life” (John 6:48). He is the beginning of everything. EL COMIENZO DE TODO Todo el mundo reconoce la verdad de los buenos proverbios, y por eso perduran de generación en generación. Los rusos tienen uno sorprendentemente audaz que le pega al Evangelio de este domingo: “El pan es el comienzo de todo”. De acuerdo a la primera lectura, puede ser que Elías sintiera que era demasiado tarde para ser pan –demasiado tarde para la vida misma. Este gran profeta estaba ya al final de sus fuerzas y de su aguante. Entonces no uno, sino dos ángeles lo visitan. Uno le ofrece comida y bebida. El otro le da unas sorprendentes instrucciones. Para Elías esta comida de los ángeles es pan para su camino. Fortalecido por este regalo celestial de comida, él sigue su camino a la montaña de Dios. En el Evangelio de hoy, Jesús se ofrece a sí mismo, no sólo como pan para el camino, sino como pan para la vida misma. Él da su carne para dar vida al mundo. “Yo soy el pan de vida” (Juan 6:48). Él es el comienzo de todo. MAKE DEPOSITS Friendship is like a bank account. You can’t continue to draw on it without making deposits. —Anonymous OTROS DEPÓSITOS La amistad es como una cuenta bancaria. No se puede sacar constantemente sin hacer depósitos. —Anónimo
History of the Rosary by Fr. Larry Rice Without a doubt, one of the most wellknown and easily recognized Catholic devotional practices is praying the Rosary. The actual origin of the Rosary is very hard to trace. According to tradition, an apparition of the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Dominic began as a way for the laity to imitate the monastic practice of praying the Liturgy of the Hours. Because most of the laity, and even many monks, could not read, they substituted 150 repetitions of the Our Father for the Psalms, sometimes using a knotted cord to keep count of the prayers. In the twelfth century, the rule of English Anchorites, Ancrene Wisse, specified how groups of 50 Hail Marys were to be broken into five decades of ten prayers each. The practice of meditation while praying the Rosary is attributed to Dominic of Prussia, a Carthusian monk. Other monastics added additional prayers. There was very little change in the structure of the Rosary between the sixteenth and twentieth century. In the years following World War II, Holy Cross Father Patrick Peyton began the Family Rosary Crusade, promoting the devotion on radio and television until his death in 1992. In the year 2002, Pope John Paul II instituted five new optional mysteries: the Luminous Mysteries. Rosaries can be made from a wide variety of materials, from cheap plastic beads to precious jewels. Once they have been blessed, they are considered a sacramental and should not be bought or sold. Oh, and a rosary should not be worn around the neck like a necklace. Fr. Rice is VocaƟons Director for the Paulist Fathers.