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Pentecost ...The Coming of The Holy Spirit THE COMMUNITY OF ST. PETER & ST. PAUL PARISH 9135 BANYAN STREET, ALTA LOMA, CA 91737—909-987-9312-FAX 909-980-9404 or www.facebook.com/spspaltaloma.com Faith Formation for Children (Grades 1-5) Baptism (909) 980-9423 School (Preschool - Grade 5) (909) 987-7908 www.stpeterstpaul.com VERY REV. ROMEO SELECCION, MS—PASTOR REV. CYRIACUS OGU—PAROCHIAL VICAR/PASTORAL DELEGATE
REV. TONG NGUYEN, PAROCHIAL VICAR
DEACON DONNIE GEAGA
DEACON JOHN BARNA
MASS SCHEDULE MONDAY through FRIDAY— 7:30 am Mass SATURDAY 4:00 pm & 1st Saturday Mass 7:30am SUNDAY 7:30, 9:00 & 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Spanish); 5:00 pm (Life Teen) (Filipino Choir - Fourth Sunday of Each Month, 9:00 am)
EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT - Chapel
Every Friday there is 24-Hour Adoration - 8:00 am ending with Benediction at 7:45 am Saturday –Every Wednesday from 8am to 8pm
CONFESSIONS: Saturday 8:15am & Thursday 7pm HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION: As Announced in the Bulletin
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT We the people of St. Peter & St. Paul Parish, as members of the Roman Catholic Church, are a sacramental, worshipping community on a journey towards the fulfillment of Christ’s Kingdom. We strive to provide a spiritual haven for all people without distinction. We are equally committed to the challenge of the Gospel message. We accept its call to ongoing conversion, the use of our gifts for the benefit of the community, and loving service to one another.
Parish Event Schedule Sunday, May 15 7:00 am 3:00 pm Coffee & Donuts - (Hall) 9:30 am 10:15 am RCIA Dismissal - (Chapel) 11:00 am 1:00 pm Filipino Choir Practice - (Music Room) Monday, May 16 10:00 am 12:00 pm Prayer Shawl Ministry - (JPII, 2nd Fl) 6:00 pm 9:00 pm Boy Scouts - (Hall) 7:00 pm 8:30 pm Adult Bible Study—M. Andel-(JPII, 1st Fl) 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Liturgy Committee Mtg. Tuesday, May 17 7:00 pm 8:30 pm Life in the Spirit - (Adoration Chapel) 7:30 pm 9:30 pm RCIA Session - (Library-Hall) Wednesday, May 18 8:00 am 8:00 pm Eucharistic Adoration - (Adoration Chapel) 9:00 am 11:00 am “Lectio-Eucharist” - AFF - J. Campbell-(JPII, 2nd Fl) 10:00 am 3:00 pm Fifty Plus Club - (Library) 5:30 pm 7:00 pm RCIA for Children - 1st Confessions - (JPII, 2nd Fl) 6:30 pm 9:00 pm A.C.T.S. Women’s Community - (Hall) 7:00 pm 9:00 pm “Lectio-Eucharist” - AFF - -J. Campbell-(JPII, 2nd Fl) 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Grief Support - (JPII, 2nd Fl) 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Choir 9AM - (Church) Thursday, May 19 9:00 am 10:30 am Adult Bible Study - M. Andel - (Library) 9:00 am 10:30 am CFF-Children’s Faith Formation Parent Mtg - (JPII, 1st Fl) 6:45 pm 8:30 pm Spiritual Motherhood - (Adoration Chapel) 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Adult Confirmation - M. Andel - (JPII, 1st Fl) 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Confessions - (Church) 7:00 pm 7:30 pm El Rezo del Santo Rosario—(Cry Room) 7:30 pm 9:00 pm Estudio Biblico - (JPII, 2nd Fl) Friday, May 20 8:00 am 8:00 am Eucharistic Adoration - (Adoration Chapel) 10:00 am 12:00 pm Holy Spirit Bible Study - (JPII, 2nd Fl) 6:30 pm 9:00 pm Filipino Ministry - (Library) Saturday, May 21 7:45 am 8:00 am Benediction - (Chapel) 8:00 am 10:00 am Confessions - (Church) 8:00 am 8:00 pm Life in the Spirit Seminar - (Hall) 9:00 am 11:00 am HLMM - Hopeful Loving Memory Ministry
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Mass Schedule & Intentions Saturday, May 14 4:00 PM
Mothers Day Novena
Sunday, May 15 7:30 AM
Mothers Day Novena
Mothers Day Novena
Mothers Day Novena
Mothers Day Novena
5:00 PM Monday, May 16 7:30 AM Tuesday, May 17 7:30 AM
Mothers Day Novena Mothers Day Novena †Edward Bozek †Elvira Perez
Wednesday, May 18 7:30 AM David Hector Marge Herson Thursday, May 19 7:30 AM †Joseph Gaglio †Othello Fermin Kirby Repko Friday, May 20 7:30 AM Gloria B. David †Jose R. Becerral Saturday, May 21 4:00 PM †Achille Nardi George & Patricia Holder †Irene Jenkins Sunday, May 22 7:30 AM People of the Parish 9:00 AM †John Hao Nguyen †Julia Ramirez Tagoroda †Gerson Ochoa 11:00 AM †Minda Gamalinda †John Urquizu 1:00 PM (Spanish) †Martin Umanzor †Felipa Blanco †Claudio Fernandez 5:00 PM Libby Hogan - Happy Birthday †Antinina & †George Bakaitis †Eva Gutierrez “Let us pray for the Repose of their Souls and give thanks for their love that has touched our hearts forever”
†Larry Mathis †Eleanor Mathis †Nancy Marie Gasway †Sean Geske †Maria G. Britzman †Mario Melendez †Dominick Bruno Martino †Irene McCloskey Jenkins
†Sandi Hartman †Eva Gutierrez †Mary Bostic †Ginger Reeves †Gustavo Ossa †Fred Madrid Jr. †Victoria Marroquin
Page Three Our Parish Financial Corner Sunday Collection 5-08-16: Misc. Income for 5-08-16: Total weekly income: Total weekly expenses:
$ $ $ $
29,979.24 5,605.07 35,584.31 31,426.00
(From estimated current budget)
John Paul II Bldg. Fund: Total weekly donations 5-08-16: $ 524.00 Balance on Parish Debt: $ 1,147,598.09
Save the Date! June 27th – July 1st Ages 3 – 5th grade
(Includes April interest $3,297.58)
“All 3 year old spots are full at this time. We will have a waiting list and will try to open another section.”
Registration opens May 2nd! We are happy to announce that starting on May 8th at the 9 am Mass we will have a person trained in Liturgical Sign Language to assist any of our deaf brothers and sisters here at St. Peter & St. Paul. Stephanie George is a parishioner and will be positioned on the East wing of the church to assist all those in need of this means of communicating. This is a three month pilot program to assess the need in our parish. If you have an questions please contact Karen at the parish office (909)987-9312 ext 230
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Dominican Pilgrimage in the Year of Mercy The Dominican Sisters of Mary,
Mother of the Eucharist invite you to join us on a pilgrimage in honor of two coinciding Jubilees: The 800 Year Anniversary of the Dominican Order & the Extraordinary Year of Mercy.
Nov. 10-21, 2016
We will tour LOURDES/BOLOGNA/FLORENCE /SIENA/ORVIETO/ROME For more info: Sister Joseph Andrew Bogdanowicz, OP 4597 Warren Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 313-565-8888 X 121 or 150
We now have on-line giving available. You can access it through our website, stpeterstpaul.com, our Facebook, www.facebook.com/ spsaltaloma.com or [email protected]/1801. If you use online bill pay through your bank, you can also donate to the church by setting us up as a regular payment using your envelope # as your account. If you do not have envelopes and would like to receive them, please contact the parish office @ (909)987-9312. Thank you to our parish family members who faithfully support our parish. May God bless you and your families during this new year.
2016 DDF Annual Appeal Campaign 2016 Diocesan Development Fund Diocese Goal: Pledges Made: Gifts Received: Donors:
$ 138,400.00 $ 119,407.00 $ 67,941.00 326
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Women's Cancer Support Group Meetings will be every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month. 4-6 pm ( JPII, 2nd Fl ) Cancer affects a person physically, emotionally, psychologically, mentally, spiritually, and socially. Many times it is difficult to share one’s feelings with family members or friends. This group provides an opportunity to share your feelings and experiences with others in a caring and safe environment. By your sharing and supporting one another it will help give you the courage to cope with your journey regardless of what type of cancer you have.
Judy Nelson, 909-880-4389 Contact/Facilitator “I refuse to walk in the shadow of cancer and look forward to my future with hope, endurance, love, and laughter.” Judy Nelson, 02/08/08
Marriage Moments: On Pentecost we remember how the apostles became strengthened in their commitment. Sure, they loved being with Jesus most of the time, but Pentecost sealed the deal. Yes, we can do this! Share one experience that strengthened your marriage.
St. Vincent de Paul Corner— Helpline– 1-800-716-0646 Mike Parker—President Looking for volunteers to learn how to help the neediest in our community. Can work out of your home. Come see how. Our next meeting is on May 25 @ 7:30 pm (JPII)
Tagalog Corner Romans 8:8-11 At ang nabubuhay ayon sa hilig ng laman ay hindi maaaring kalugdan ng Diyos. Ngunit hindi na kayo namumuhay ayon sa laman, kundi ayon sa Espiritu. Sa katunayan, nananatili na sa inyo ang Espiritu ng Diyos. Kung wala sa isang tao ang Espiritu ni Cristo, hindi kay Cristo ang taong iyon. Ngunit dahil nananahan sa inyo si Cristo, mamatay man ang inyong mga katawan dahil sa kasalanan, ang espiritu naman ninyo ay buhay sapagkat itinuring na kayong matuwid ng Diyos. Kung nananahan sa inyo ang Espiritu ng Diyos na siyang muling bumuhay kay Jesu Cristo, siya ang muling bubhay sa inyong mga katawang mamamatay, sa pamamagitan din ng kanyang Espiritung nananahan sa inyo. (Those who are in the flesh cannot please God. But you are not in the flesh, on the contrary, you are in the spirit, if only the Spirit of God dwells in you. Whoever does not have the spirit of Christ does not belong to him. But if Christ is in you, although the body is dead because of sin, the spirit is alive because of righteousness. If the Spirit of the one who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, the one who raised Christ from the dead will give life to your mortal bodies also through his Spirit that dwells in you.)
Our Charity in Action 2016 Calendar of Events May 14th & 15th Men’s Tee Shirts, Undies, Sox & Wipes Women’s Undies, Sox, Cammies & Wipes Children’s Tee shirts, Undies, Sox & Wipes Babies: Diapers and Wipes
Sept. 18th Pop-Go-the-Tops Pop-Topped canned foods Note: All dates are subject to rescheduling. Please check bulletin for confirmation as the dates draw near.
In the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis calls us to make the world a better place: “Let us be renewed by God's mercy… let us enable the power of His love to transform our lives and let us become agents of this mercy,” by practicing the corporal and spiritual works of mercy. With this message in mind, the Office of Asian-Pacific Ministry invites everyone, Asian-Pacific and Non-Asian-Pacific parishioners to attend this Annual Conference.
Date: Venue: Time: Fee:
May 28, 2016 Diocesan Pastoral Center, 1201 E Highland Ave, SB 92404 8:45 am – 5:30 pm $5.00 (include workshops & lunch)
The Breakout session workshops will be presented in Filipino (English), Chamorro, Indonesian, Korean, Samoan, Tongan and Vietnamese. Online registration: http://www.lhcla.org/asianpacificministry (click on the “Upcoming Events” tab and “Register Here” to register.) For more information, please contact Sr. Jennifer Nguyen 909-475-5348 or at [email protected]
Welcome to our God-Sent Ministry
Are you seeking a place to share your heart as you journey through The Care giving of a loved one? Please join us!
This is a Hopeful Loving Memory Ministry ♥ HLMM We want to reach out to you in support of your loved ones impaired dementia so you can share your heart, feelings and your story.
“Please Come and be blessed, be heard and be loved” Our next meeting is Sat., May 21st - 9-11am (JPII, 2nd Fl)
For more information, please contact: Deborah Waters 909-899-7125
Holy Spirit Bible Study
Heaven On Earth…..
Please come join us! Come be inspired by the holy spirit!
Come spend some time in the quiet presence of our Lord. Bask in the warmth of His love.
We are studying …
"Adoration will heal our Church and thus our nation and thus our world... Adoration touches everyone and everything... [because it touches the Creator, Who touches everything and everyone]... When we adore, we plug into infinite dynamism and power. Adoration is more powerful for construction than nuclear bombs are for destruction,"
The Acts of the Apostles
Led by Fr. Ogu Every Friday, 10am—Noon (JPII, 2nd Fl)
For more information please contact: Josie at 909-987-7348
A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, Western USA Lieutenancy And St. Peter & St. Paul Church
- Peter Kreeft, philosopher at Boston College
If you would like to sign up for 1 hour, please contact Karen Hein at (909) 987-9312 ext. 230 Times: Wed. 8am-8pm - Fri. 8am-12am - Sat. 12am-7:45am
Spiritual Motherhood Rosary for Priest Ministry
12-Days: November 7 to 18, 2016
Under the Spiritual Direction of: Rev. Sir Stephen Porter, S.T.L., KCHS Group Coordinator: Lady Jenny Campbell, M.A., LCHS For More Information Contact: Jenny Campbell, M.A., LCHS (909) 987-9312 x243 Email: [email protected] Download a Brochure to Share with a Friend: www.GoCatholicTravel.com/CampbellPorter
This Apostolate was started by the Vatican to help sanctify priests.
We are inviting all women of the parish to please join us in making this beautiful time of prayer a community effort. We meet every Thursday evening in the Adoration Chapel from 7-8pm For more info please contact: Sylvia Flambures at (909) 989-1138.
Knights of Columbus Are you interested in serving your Church, shoulderto-shoulder with other Catholic men in the Parish? If so, then the Knights of Columbus may be the way to get involved. Your Council 13403 serves in many ways, including: Culture of Life Activities - Seminarian Support - Pancake Breakfast Support Individuals w/ Intellectual Disabilities - Lenten Fish Fry - Food Drives
If you would like to join us in serving your fellow parishioners, our priests and the Parish in general, contact Nick Ewell, GK at [email protected] or (909) 235-6425. Are you 50 years Plus??? and up for some fun & fellowship?
Ageless and Young at Heart!! Come join the Fifty Plus Club We meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month In the Parish Library from 10 am ~ 3 pm Enjoy some time meeting other women & men over games, refreshments and laughter!! For more information please call: Betty Farren 909-987-8826
DIVORCED, WIDOWED & SEPARATED WOMEN & MEN SUPPORT GROUP ”Yesterday is experience, tomorrow is hope… today is getting from one to the other” Any adult who is currently experiencing (or within the last 3-4 years), a separation, divorce, or widowhood is invited to join this group, there is no age limit. There will be discussions on various topics and you will have the chance to share. It takes time but you will begin to realize that there is life after death of a marriage or death of a spouse. You will move forward with peace and happiness in your hearts to the new plan God has for you. Please call for more information.
Contact & Facilitator: Judy Nelson 909-880-4389 We meet every 2nd & 4th Tues of the month @ 7-9pm (JPII, 2nd Fl)
Domingo de Pentecostés LA PLENITUD DEL ESPÍRITU SANTO La Iglesia se despierta esta mañana con un asombroso mensaje. Mira a tu alrededor a ver quién ha sido llamado. Escucha las voces de los que proclaman que Jesús es el Señor. Encontrarás que ningún pueblo ni raza ha sido excluido; ningún idioma del mundo es incapaz de proclamar la gloria de Dios. Decimos que el Domingo de Pentecostés es el “cumpleaños de la Iglesia”. En diversas maneras, la Iglesia todavía está naciendo. Sólo cuando todos conozcan la paz que Jesús ofrece en el Evangelio de hoy es que de veras conoceremos la plenitud del Espíritu Santo. San Pablo nos asegura en la segunda lectura de hoy que “a todos se nos ha dado a beber del mismo Espíritu”. Cuando pasamos nuestra mirada por la Iglesia, deberíamos de ver a todos. Pero no es así. Todavía no, ¿qué barrera nos impide abrazarnos en un solo Cuerpo de Cristo? ¿Cuándo vamos a reconocer que nuestras diferencias son manifestaciones de un mismo Espíritu Santo?
MOMENTOS MATRIMONIALES: En Pentecostés recordamos el fortalecimiento del empeño de los apóstoles. Desde luego que les encantaba estar con Jesús constantemente, pero con el Pentecostés fue trato hecho. ¡Sí se puede! Comparte una experiencia que fortaleció su matrimonio.
El Ministerio de Bautismo Nuestra comunidad parroquial extiende una cálida y cariñosa bienvenida a todos los que deseen prepararse para la celebración del Sacramento de Bautismo. Somos una comunidad acogedora de creyentes dispuestos a compartir nuestra fe y abrazar a nuevas personas. Como padres se prepararan para el bautismo de sus hijos, nuestro Ministerio de Bautismo ofrece amor y apoyo durante todo el proceso. El Sacramento de Bautismo se ofrece en Inglés y Español. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Tony Mandala para más información (909) 980-9423 x 231 or [email protected]
15 de mayo de 2016 Looking for a few good Men and Women… The Serra Club is a prominent Catholic Organization that encourages and promotes Catholic Vocations for men – for priests, for Religious Brothers and for Deacons – as well as for women – for Religious Sisters and Nuns! Hoping to start a Serra Club in this West End Vicariate, I invite anyone who might be interested to make the considerations necessary to serve and contribute, and if you are curious and available, and if you are willing to be a blessing to His Church – the Body of Christ – and blessed by God, please pray about this invitation and “calling.” The next 3 scheduled and planned “meetings” will be at Sacred Heart Parish in Rancho Cucamonga (except as noted) on the following dates: DAY, DATE AND TIME:
GOAL AND EFFORTS:
Saturday, May 21, 2016 – 10AM
Ordinations at St. Paul the Apostle in Chino Hills
For more information, please contact Plácido J.T. Andrade by email at [email protected] or by cell phone at 909.952-4741
LECTURAS DE HOY Primera lectura — Llenos del Espíritu Santo, los apóstoles empezaron a hablar en lenguas (Hch 2:1-11). Salmo — Envía, Señor, tu Espíritu, a renovar la tierra. Aleluya (Salmo 104 ). Segunda lectura — Fuimos bautizados en el Espíritu para formar un sólo cuerpo (1 Corintios 12:3b-7, 12-13) o Romanos 8:8-17. Evangelio — Jesús se aparece a los discípulos y los envía en su misión con el poder de perdonar o retener los pecados mediante el Espíritu Santo (Juan 20:19-23) o Juan 14:15-16, 23b-26.
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES Domingo: Lunes: Miércoles: Viernes: Sábado:
Domingo de Pentecostés Séptima Semana del Tiempo Ordinario San Juan I San Bernardino de Siena San Cristóbal Magallanes y compañeros; Santa María Virgen; Día de la Fuerzas Armadas
Youth Ministry Life Teen (High School) EDGE (Junior High) Confirmation (High School)
Office Hours— Mon. –Thurs 1-6pm Fri. 9am-12:30pm Christian Gross—Coord. Of Confirmation & Youth Ministry Phone Ext. 225 Email: [email protected] Maegan Odicino—Coord. Of Middle School (EDGE) Ministry Phone Ext. 301 Email: [email protected] Luis Chavez—YM Secretary Phone Ext. 300 Email: [email protected] “For any Youth Ministry questions or concerns, please call 909-987-9312 Ext. 300 or email [email protected]
From the desk of …
VERY REV. ROMEO SELECCION, MS—PASTOR
A Warm Welcome to All -
You enter this Church, not as a stranger, but as a guest of God. As a baptized person, you enter it as a son or daughter of the Father united with our brother, Jesus Christ. As a nonbaptized person, come in as a wonderful creature of God. This House of God, therefore, is your family home. Come in with humility of mind; come in with joy of heart; and come with gratitude on your lips for God’s mercies. Come in and pause in prayerful silence, so that, in the midst of a busy and worrisome life, you may find peace and comfort.
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Sunday School Children’s faith formation is not just about sacramental preparation – it is on-going discipleship formation that should be life-long!
May 2016 Schedule
Is during the 11:00 Mass Please drop off your children by 10:50am Ages 3-6 - Come join our team! We need teachers and aides! Please contact the Children’s Faith Formation Department at 909-980-9423 for more information.
Week of 5/2 – 5/4 – Regular Class Schedule
Sacrament of the Sick Friday, May 6th - First Communion Rehearsal for All Classes 5:45 P.M. – In the Church One Parent/Guardian must attend rehearsal with the Child. Saturday, May 7th - First Communion Mass for All Classes 10:00 A.M. – In the Church *Parents must drop off child in the Hall by 9:15 A.M. Week of 5/9 – 5/11 – Regular Class Schedule/Last Week of Classes Please call the Children’s Faith Formation Office if you need additional information. 909-980-9423
RCIA - RITE Of CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS Is God calling you to become Catholic? It begins with an awareness...or stirring in one’s heart for something more. It could be a curiosity or a sense of long for fulfillment. Maybe it’s God calling you to explore the life of faith, love, and justice within the community of the Catholic Church. The RCIA process offers an opportunity for you to learn and ask questions about the Catholic faith. It is primarily for the un-baptized, but also includes a special tract for those baptized in another faith tradition. We also invite inquiring Catholics to also come and join us for refreshers on what they learned as children. We meet all year round. Please come and join us Tuesday evenings from 7:30PM to 9:30PM in the Parish Library. For more information on the process, please call Danny or Vicki Centurioni at 909-987-7971
RCIA - Teaching Moments: the word “Covenant”?
How does the Church define
A covenant is a solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a human being involving mutual commitments or guarantees. The Bible refers to God’s covenants with Noah, Abraham, and Moses as leader of the chosen people, Israel. In the Old Testament or Old Covenant, God revealed his law through Moses and prepared his people for salvation through the prophets. In the New Testament or New Covenant, Christ established a new and eternal covenant through his own sacrificial death and resurrection. of our Lord Jesus Christ. See The Catechism of the Catholic Church paThe Christian economy is the new and definitive Covenant which will never pass away, and no new public revelation is to be expected before the glorious manifestation ragraph # 56 thru # 66. These paragraphs will give you a through explanation “Covenants”.
The Sacrament of the Sick is a Sacrament offered by the Church for healing in sickness. This sickness may be physical, mental or emotional. Anyone of any age can receive the Sacrament as often as needed, but not usually not less than a 3 month period. Unfortunately, many still refer to this Sacrament as the “Last Rites” and often call the parish for a priest when an individual is critical and close to end of life. The Church has not used the term “Last Rites” since the Vatican II Council; asking the faithful to call for a priest when in the need of Healing. One of the realities of the Church today is a priest shortage. If a call is made to the Church for the Sacrament, when someone is close to the end of life, there might not be enough time for a priest to reach the person prior to them passing away, or a priest might not be available, at that important moment. Only a priest can offer the Sacrament of the Sick. A Deacon is not permitted to administer the rite of this Sacrament because it includes the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The Church will do everything possible, in case of an emergency. However, it may be difficult if it is “last minute”. May this be a reminder to take advantage of the healing Sacraments of the Church ~ For Sacrament of the Sick … Please contact the Parish Office at 909-987-9312 During hours the office is closed, call 909-532-3312 for Emergencies
The Baptism Ministry Our parish community extends a warm and loving welcome to all who wish to prepare for the celebration of the Sacrament of Baptism. We are a welcoming community of believers eager to share our faith and embrace new people. As parents prepare for the Baptism of their children, our Baptism Ministry offers love and support throughout the entire process. The Sacrament of Baptism is offered in both English and Spanish. Please contact Tony Mandala for further information (909) 980-9423 x 231 or [email protected]
(RCIA) Adapted for Children and Teens
Children (ages 7-12) and Teens (ages 13-17) who are interested in joining the Catholic Church are invited to participate in the RCIA adapted for Children and Teens. The goal is to provide a means of conversion suited to the student’s age and understanding, and to prepare them for the reception of the Sacraments of Christian Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation). Parents and sponsors share a loving journey with the student’s by attending sessions with them and assisting them as they learn about Jesus and the Church, and ensuring that they experience a Catholic environment in the home. To participate more fully in this journey, we encouraged you to attend scheduled retreats, weekly Mass, special celebrations, and the Easter Liturgy. Our sessions begin in September and end in June.
Sessions held every Wed.5:30-7pm. – (JPII, 2nd Fl)
Feel free to contact us anytime throughout the year for program information
Tony Mandala at (909) 987-9312 ex. 231
St. Peter & St. Paul Catholic School
St. Peter & St. Paul Catholic School Preschool - Sixth Grade
Kelly Burt - Principal Laura Onopa - Business Manager Annie Valtier - Administrative Assistant Telephone: (909) 987-7908 Fax: (909) 987-6779 Email: [email protected] Website: www.stpeterstpaulschool.com
Our May calendar: 17 18 20 27 30
Family Fun Night at Shakey's Pizza SAB Meeting Spirit Day School Mass 9:00 a.m. Memorial Day - No School
Please join us for our next Family Fun Night at Shakey’s Pizza Parlor in Victoria Gardens-RC Tuesday, May 17th 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Fun, Food, & Fundraising!
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Catholic Faith-Based Grief Support Group Christ reminds us in the Sermon on the Mount: “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4)
Losing a loved one is perhaps the most painful and overwhelming of life's experiences. It challenges you physically and emotionally and raises questions about the future -- about where God is in the midst of your pain. Our Heavenly Father wants us to find consolation in His loving arms. You don’t have to walk this journey alone, there is hope. With the encouragement of our Grief Support Group, you will begin to form an understanding and healing of many emotions. Join us as we search for God’s Healing Love and Comfort, as you share with others, who have experienced loss and loneliness.
We meet each Wednesday, 7-9 pm (JPII, 2nd Fl)
Contact: Andrea Woore, Grief Facilitator at 909-261-3487 or Debby Leonardo, Pastoral Care at 909-987-9312 Ext 302 for more information
Please join us!! Are you interested in sharing your God-given talent with others? We meet every Mon. 10am - Noon (JPII, 2nd Fl) This ministry creates shawls and lap blankets for those suffering from illness and would appreciate any donations of skeins of yarn and/or medium size gift bags for presenting the shawls and lap blankets to the recipients. There are blessings of fellowship, sharing creative ideas, prayerful encouragement, and refreshments. If you would like to contact the Prayer Shawl Ministry, please call Anne Napolitano at 909-935-9080. Please bring your donations to Debby Leonardo, Pastoral Care, in the Parish Office. Thank you and May God Bless you for your support…. Military Photo Update If you have a family member actively serving our country and would like their picture included in the Military Frame of our Soldiers honoring our Men and Women for their service; please bring a photo of your Soldier to the Parish Office and fill out the Military Personnel Information Form. The Military information consists of their rank, stationed location, branch of service, address of soldier, along with Parish family contact. These photos provide the community with recognition of those parishioners and family members serving in the military. Many of our parishioners will keep the names and faces in their hearts and prayers, along with all of our Military Men and Women serving our country. Please contact Debby Leonardo for more information at 909987-9312
Military Prayer List PFC Patrick Daniel Alenbaugh Justin Andrews, National Guard PFC Patrick Daniel Alenbaugh AMN Jacob Beckham Capt. Andrew Bowne Hadji R. Cabangcalan SPC Andrew Cavazos LTC Joel Carbon Maj Jon W. Clanton LTC Jeffrey Conbalecer PFC Candace Cordero SGT Joshua Cornell CPL Justin Crabbe PvVT Jeddah J. Deloria SA Adrian Dominguez SSG Gilbert D. Frasquillo CWO Anthony Gannuscio SSgt Cassie Crough-Guerra Cpl. Mark Steven Guerra
Col. Frank Guerrera SPC Christen Jamsa Andrew Jimenez, National Guard SPC Kevin Bovi-Jones SSgt Juan Manuel Juarez, Jr. PFC Shyanna Irwin Cpl Robb McCandlish PFC Kevin McCarthy A1C James A. Montminy PO2 Luke Myers SSG Kamrin Pavlos PFC Paul Perez Sgt. Kurt Rehnberg SSgt Victor Sanez LCpl Zachary Smith A1C Jordan Stone A1C Matthew Toms PFC Riley Villalpando Capt Alex J. Williams SR Nicole Woodall
Prayer For Our Sick
“Please Pray for the Healing of our Family & Friends” Please call Debby Leonardo at Ext. 302 in the parish office, to add a person to the prayer list. Due to the many prayer requests, the name will remain on the list for 4 weeks. If additional prayers are needed, call to re-submit the name. Thank You & May God Bless You. Frances Nicole Magsambol & Family David & Lydia Queen Frances Barron Angelina Rodriguez Christopher Csik & Family Spagnolo Family Mary Lee Blow John & Gloria Garcia Kathy Perez Elba Ramirez Patricia Holder Olivia Madrid Paula Smith Josie Emery Kori Marie Kolstad Kate McRae & Family Baby Isabella Cruz Mendez Mary Lou Harshman Mark Schabowski Diane Frend Cathy Fontana Isaiah Valtier & Family David & Anna Gardner Gary Lacy Juliet Castanar Evie Onteberos John- John Leon Ariel Mirote Sarah Tompkins Elbert & Louise Wilkerson Sheri Rose Shepherd Baby Maisie Helton Marco Villegas Jr. Carol Uhlack Vicki Coyle Joe Catlin Jonathan Tercero Gerri Baldasano Shelley Mills Ron Gasca Noli Dominguez Ray & Ann Williams Samantha Campbell Vicki Ambrosini Rosann Hildum Frances Cozza Violet Timko Charla Nelson Gene Tessier Jack Catlin Dolores Trujillo Isaiah Wilson Dolores Ahumada Elizabeth Martina Velazco Gina Anderson Baby Jackson Martinez Heather Bailes Noreen McCord Sandra Bonsall Mary Musico Leonard Hernandez
Larry Shinkle Chase Preston Tianna Smith Stephanie Moran Alma Yeakel
Rosario de Jesus Manny Rubio Jr. Chuck & Sally Murray Robert Dillingham Richard Kearney Kelly Garcia Dylan Matreyek Carol Rathbei Josephine Cancilla Shelly Van Noy Kathy Lopez Sandra Hardenbrook Helen Bidinian Matthew Decoteau Art Wood Susan Quinton Elena Esparza Paul Gasca Robert Santana Leonardo Mirote Cassy Seanoa Eileen Hernandez Yvonne Morrow Mary Woo Angie Kramer Pat Alonzo Baby Kayden Wesley Yount & Family Paul Pozo Marcella Bryones Consuelo Dominguez Terry Fierro John Macias Tina Schubert Fran Shafer Kenneth Smith Louise Marvulli Virginia Murphy Karen Seraj Mike Meyerhoffer Frank Crapson Sue Capallo Tibbet Csik Verne Morrison Fernando Flores & Family Pio Radaza Maria Cabrellero Lillian Sandom Shari Green David Barahona Jennifer Pones Joseph Husava Catherine Flambures Janet Huerta Estella Acosta Carla Castor Larry Shinkle Annabelle Guadez Dan Chipchak Michael Matthew Jim Benson Randy & Glenda Goff
Page Eleven READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:
Jas 3:13-18; Ps 19:8-10, 15; Mk 9:14-29 Jas 4:1-10; Ps 55:7-11a, 23; Mk 9:30-37 Jas 4:13-17; Ps 49:2-3, 6-11; Mk 9:38-40 Jas 5:1-6; Ps 49:14-20; Mk 9:41-50 Jas 5:9-12; Ps 103:1-4, 8-9, 11-12; Mk 10:1-12 Jas 5:13-20; Ps 141:1-3, 8; Mk 10:13-16 Prv 8:22-31; Ps 8:4-9; Rom 5:1-5; Jn 16:12-15
TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — Filled with the Holy Spirit, the apostles begin to speak in tongues (Acts 2:1-11). Psalm — Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth (Psalm 104). Second Reading — In one Spirit we are baptized into one body and given to drink of one Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:3b-7, 12-13) or Romans 8:8-17. Gospel — Jesus Christ appears to the disciples and sends them on their mission with the power to forgive or retain sins through the Holy Spirit (John 20:19-23) or John 14:15-16, 23b-26.
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Monday: Wednesday: Friday: Saturday:
Pentecost Sunday Seventh Week in Ordinary Time St. John I St. Bernardine of Siena St. Christopher Magallanes and Companions; Blessed Virgin Mary; Armed Forces Day
LECTIO - EUCHARIST Jesus said “This is my Body” and “This is my Blood.” Some say they’re merely symbols of remembrance. Others say they’re really the Body and Blood of Christ, but can’t explain how that’s possible. The Eucharist is the center-point of the Mass – but why? The answers are here. Renowned teacher Dr. Brant Pitre guides us through Scripture, history, and Church teaching to illuminate the wonder and miracle of the Eucharist. With deep insight, Dr. Pitre gives a fresh perspective for understanding the mystery that is the Eucharist. The episodes were filmed at the studios of the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado. Materials fee per participant/couple sharing is $25, which includes a thorough study guide. For questions, contact Jenny Campbell at 909-987-9312. The same session is offered at 2 different times each Wednesday: Wednesday mornings 9:00 – 10:30 AM (upstairs JPII) Wednesday evenings 7:00 – 8:30 PM (upstairs JPII) May 18: Miracles of Jesus: Water, Wine, Loaves, and Fishes May 25: Bread of Life Discourse: John 6 and the Real Presence June 01: The Last Supper and the Cross: The New Passover of Christ June 08: The Mass: Emmaus and the Mystery of the Eucharist June 15: Revelation: Heavenly Worship and the End of Time
Respect Life Family Rosary Every 4th Monday of the month 7:00 – 7:30 in the Church Pray the Joyful Mysteries with the whole family. All ages welcome! Next rosary May 23rd
All are welcome "Prayer is the breakfast of Champions" What is Prayer? Prayer is the practice of the present of God. He is present to each of us when we draw near to him in friendship and conversation.Praise, Thanksgiving, worship and adoration are all part of this conversation. Please join us Tuesday evenings as we join in conversation with God. We meet in the chapel 7-8:30pm. All are welcome. For more info: please contact parish office.
And Mary said, “My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior…” Luke 1:46
All are welcome to join us in prayer, praise and worship
For information: Deborah (909) 240-6419
For more information contact parish office.For info: Please call the Parish Office for more information. Group leaders: Susan Sabahi Maureen Malady
in the chapel Tuesday evening 7-8:30 pm
15 May 2016
Directory of Parish Ministries Pastoral Liturgical Life Ministries Liturgical Ministries Altar Servers Art and Environment Children’s Liturgy Director of Liturgy Eucharistic Adoration Eucharistic Ministers EMHC to the Sick/HB Master of Ceremonies Music Ministry Director Readers *English Readers *Spanish Ushers/Hospitality
David & Terry Di Giuseppe 730-9067 Parish Office 987-9312 Jacquie Hotchkiss 980-9423 Dan Centurioni 987-7971 Karen & Mike Hein 987-9312 Teri & Alan Guindon 392-7235 Debby Leonardo 987-9312 Cheryl Harshman 973-8766 Audrey Donaldson 987-9312 Larry Lastrapes (562) 209-4684 Carmen Fernandez
Prayer Groups El Rezo del Santo Rosario Life in the Spirit Rosary Group Talleras de Oracion y vida Rosary Runners
A.C.T.S. Missions Boy Scouts Cub Scouts
Lorene Santoyo (951) 217-1765 Marc Cobb 483-3434 Tania Kiley (626) 483-3063 Chis Patterson 615-7801 DWS (Divorced, Widowed & Separated Group) Judy Nelson 880-4389 Filipino Community Min. Dr. Grethel Cabison 989-1555 Grief Support Andrea Woore 261-3487 Hopeful Loving Memory Ministry HLMM ♥ Deborah Waters 899-7125 Library Ministry Parish Office 987-9312 Mary’s Table Elaine Hein 980-8666 Our Charity In Action Linda Hahn & 730-0206 Irene Charrette 261-9940 Pastoral Care Debby Leonardo 987-9312 Prayer Shawl Ministry Anne Napolitano 935-9080 Respect Life Deborah Cummins 240-6419 Rosary Making Group Mary Catherine Kim 980-4248 Weddings & Annulments Norm Anderson 987-9312 Women’s Cancer Support Group Judy Nelson 880-4389
You Are Valued ~ God’s Love is Great
Life can be challenging Those in crisis… please seek Counseling….reach out to others. To counsel with our Priests, please call 909-987-9312 for an appointment. After hours, there is an emergency prompt for a call back from a priest. National Suicide Hotlines – Toll-Free / 24 hours / 7 days a week / USA 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) National Hope line Network
1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-877-YOUTHLINE (1-877-968-8454) Youth America Hotline – Teens Community Crisis Response Team – CCRT San Bernardino West Valley Phone 909-458-9628 or Pager 909-535-1316 1-888-628-9454 (En Espanol) Or don’t hesitate to call 911
Catholic Daughters Cursillos in Christianity
Knights of Columbus Marriage Encounter MEMC St. Vincent De Paul Society World Apostolate of Fatima
Linda Teran Leslie & Donna Roman Dennis & Aileen Gamalinda Nicholas Ewell, GK Jon & Lynde Peralta Helpline
944-0231 989-7507 484-8720 235-6425
(951) 285-0270 (800) 716-0646
Patrick Cabildo Bryan Dopp
Councils/Committees Finance Council Pastoral Council
Catechetical Ministries Adult Confirmation Mary Ann Andel Adult Faith Formation Jenny Campbell Baptism—English/Spanish Tony Mandala Bible Study - English Mary Ann Andel Bible Study - Spanish Jose Henriquez Bible Study—Holy Spirit Josie Urquizu Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) Dan & Vicki Centurioni Children's Faith Formation Grades 1-5 Tony Mandala Confirmation—Teens Christian Gross Heart of Mary Women's Fellowship Michelle Workman Immaculate Heart Radio Yvette Weilacker AM930 (L.A.) - AM1000 (San Diego) Jr. High-EDGE Maegan Odicino Life Teen Christian Gross RCIA for Children & Teens Tony Mandala St. Joseph’s Coven. Keepers- Fernando Montanez Sunday Preschool Jacquie Hotchkiss Young Adult Ministry: WY Day 2016 Christian Gross JVA Karina Silva
Our Pastoral Clergy / Staff 987-9312 Parochial Vicar/Pastoral Delegate Fr. Cyriacus Ogu Pastor Very Rev. Romeo Seleccion, MS Parochial Vicar Rev. Tong Nguyen Deacons John Barna Donnie Geaga
Ext. 223 Ext. 304 Ext. 304 Ext. 221 Ext. 221
The Catholic Community of St. Joseph, Upland
Our Parish Office Staff 987-9312 Annulments/Weddings Business Manager Liturgy-Office Clerk Music Director Life Teen Music Coordinator Pastoral Care Parish Admin. Assistant & Bulletin Editor/Registration Parish Office Secretary IT Specialist/Ministry Support
Norm Anderson Karen Hein Cheryl Harshman Audrey Donaldson Austin Ott Debby Leonardo Debbie Uhlack
The practice of a jubilee year has ancient roots in the Jewish tradition and evidence for it can be found in the Old Testament (for example, see Leviticus 25). The jubilee year was called every fifty years and was a time for forgiveness. It stood as a reminder of God's providence and mercy. The dedication of a year for this emphasis provided the community with a time to come back into right relationship with one another and with God. As the practice of the jubilee year was adopted into the Catholic Church, these themes of mercy, forgiveness, and solidarity continued.
Will be presenting “A Night of Music in Celebration of God’s Infinite Mercy”
Sat., May [email protected] 7pm (Church) 877 North Campus Avenue, Upland, CA 91786 For more information please contact Carlo Argoti, Director of Music at (909) 981-8110 Ext. 21
♥Heart of Mary Our next Women’s Fellowship is Sat., June 4th At Heart of Mary we gather for a morning of faith sharing and friendship! Please call Michelle at 909-297-0714 if you have any questions.
We are very excited to bring to you another powerful 2016 Catholic Women's Conference! Sat., Aug 13th This year's theme is: "Living Waters" The Woman at the Well - John 4
This theme brings us confirmation of our Lord's unconditional love and mercy for us. He reminds us that in following Him, we will we have eternal life. Once again, the conference will be held at St. Peter and St. Paul Catholic Church in Rancho Cucamonga. Pre-registration is required. You may register online at http://heartofmarywf.com/ conference2016 or you may use the attached conference application for mail-in registration. Please pass along this information to your moms, sisters, and girlfriends! Copy it and post it to your social media accounts. Send it to every woman and teen girl that you love. You will be blessed! We can't wait to see you! ;) With Love and In Jesus through Mary, Your Heart of Mary Women's Fellowship Conference Team
St. Peter and St. Paul Roman Catholic Church 9135 Banyan St, Alta Loma, Ca 91737
Theme for the Weekend:
“I Love You More Today Than Yesterday” July 29,30, and 31, 2016
The Marriage Everlasting Ministry was created by parishioners of St. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church and is spiritually lead by Very Rev. Romeo Seleccion, M.S. The Ministry Coordinators, having a combined experience of over 40 years of marriage services, want to share their love and enjoyment of the Sacrament of Marriage with the St. Peter and St. Paul community. Marriage Everlasting Ministry aims to help married and engaged couples understand the importance of Christ’s role in achieving a better Christian marriage. Participants will interact with other couples, participate in thought provoking and loving activities, and gain a better understanding of the value of their Christian relationship to the community. We are limited as to the number of couples we can accommodate, and encourage you to sign up quickly, as space availability is on a first-come first-serve basis. There is a non-refundable $40 registration fee that is to accompany the application form (see attached page). This will cover dinner on Friday, three meals on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday. You go home each night. The cost of the weekend will be a voluntary donation. The location of the weekend is at St. Peter and St. Paul Church in the Parish Hall and Pope John Paul II Room
Gain a new and wonderful insight on your role as a married Christian couple. Answer His calling and register today! Dates and Times of Event: Friday, July 29 ..................6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Saturday, July 30 ..............7:30 AM – 9:00 PM
(Pope John Paul II Room)
Sunday, July 31 ................9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (MASS)
(Parish Hall and Church)
If you have any questions or need further information, please contact:
Ricardo & Junieth Perez at 909.223.0006
A note to: JS Paluch Bulletin Editor - Debbie Uhlack - Ext. 242 Mon—Thurs. 8:30—1:30 Off on Friday NOTE: Please contact Karen Hein Ext. 230 if you are unable to reach Debbie after 1:30 Thurs. Thank you so much!