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Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church Revealing the Light of Christ

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SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME / 23º DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 / 7 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2014

A Eucharistic Community Living the Good News Daily 105 n. la esperanza san clemente, ca 92672 949-492-4101 Fax 949-492-4856 www.OLFChurch.net @FatimaChurchSC

PAR ISH INFOR M ATION AND CALENDAR / CALENDARIO PARROQUIAL SEPTEMBER 7-14, 2014 Our parish calendar is online! Please visit www.olfchurch.net/ calendar.html for the most up-to-date information on events and activities in our parish. ¡Nuestro calendario de la parroquia esta en línea! Por favor visite www.olfchurch.net/calendar.html para la información más actualizada sobre ventos y actividades en nuestra parroquia.

PARISH OFFICE 949-492-4101

Fr. Jim Ries, Pastor [email protected] / ext. 111

Fr. William Hubbard, Parochial Vicar whubbard @olfchurch.net / ext. 102

Deacon Chris Ciraulo [email protected] / ext. 118

STAFF Robin Margraf, M.A., M.S., Pastoral Associate [email protected] / ext. 113

Bridget Goodreau Jr High Youth Ministry [email protected] / ext. 105

Lourdes Rojas Office Manager [email protected] / ext. 101

Cate Girskis Confirmation - Youth [email protected] / ext. 117

Rosa Rama Faith Formation- Children & Adults [email protected] / ext. 104

Aida Lopez Maintenance, Spanish Music Coordinator ext. 101

Maria Juul Admininstrative Assistant, Faith Formation, Online Giving [email protected] / ext. 119

PARISH SCHOOL Joanne Williams, MA Ed, Principal [email protected] 949-492-7320

Cindy Clark, Administrative Assistant [email protected] 949-492-7320

MASS SCHEDULE Saturday: Sunday: Daily Mass: Reconciliation:

8:00am, 5:30pm 7, 9, 11am, 1 pm(Sp), 5:30pm M-F 8:30am, S 8:00am Saturday 4-5pm

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: 9-10am; noon-7pm 8:30am-noon

PARISH OFFICE HOURS M-F Phone

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@FATIMACHURCHSC THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY/ GRACIAS POR SU GENEROSIDAD AUGUST 31/ 31 DE AGOSTO

CLERGY

M–F: Sat:

OLF is on Twitter

9am-12pm; 1-6pm 949-492-4101

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OFFERTORY August 31st: $12,986.33 MISSIONARY COOPERATION PLAN $5,337.00 God has given us all we have, let us rejoice and be glad. Please use envelopes or consider giving online. You can call the Parish Office to request envelopes or to learn more about online giving. Dios nos ha dado todo lo que tenemos, gocemonos y alegremonos. Utilice sobres o considere la posibilidad de donar en línea. Usted puede llamar a la Oficina Parroquial para solicitar sobres o para aprender más sobre las donaciones en línea.

STEWARDSHIP REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 7/REFLEXIÓN MAYORDOMÍA PARA LA SEMANA DEL 7 DE SEPTIEMBRE As we review and reflect upon the readings for any given Sunday, it is good to try to connect what is proclaimed with our lives and our understanding of stewardship. Sometimes it may be an entire passage, like the Parable of the Good Samaritan. Other times it may be just a phrase, or even a single word. In today’s first reading from Ezekiel, God declares, “You, son of man, I have appointed watchman for the House of Israel.” Ezekiel lived and prophesied some 600 years before the birth of Christ. If we listen carefully and attentively to Holy Scripture, we may notice that Jesus almost always refers to Himself as the Son of Man. Here is a reference to that phrase centuries before He came. The other key word in that sentence is the word “watchman.” We may think of a watchman as a kind of security guard, but that is not exactly what the word meant in Ezekiel’s time. It was synonymous with “steward.” This is God declaring that Jesus, the Son of Man, is appointed the steward of Israel and all of us as well. The appointment is from God, not from a human. We are called in the same way, by God, to be good stewards. Read more at www.thecatholicsteward.com. Al revisar y reflexionar sobre las lecturas para un domingo cualquiera, es bueno tratar de conectar lo que se proclamó con nuestras vidas y nuestra comprensión de la corresponsabilidad. A veces puede ser un pasaje completo, al igual que la parábola del buen samaritano. Otras veces puede ser sólo una frase o incluso una sola palabra. En la primera lectura de hoy de Ezequiel, Dios declara: “Y tú, hijo de hombre, te he puesto a vigilar la Casa de Israel.” Ezequiel vivió y profetizó unos 600 años antes del nacimiento de Cristo. Si escuchamos con cuidado y atención a la Sagrada Escritura, podemos notar que Jesús casi siempre se refiere a sí mismo como el Hijo del Hombre. Aquí hay una referencia de la frase siglos antes de que viniera. La otra palabra clave en esa frase es la palabra “vigilante”. Podemos pensar de un vigilante como una especie de guardia de seguridad, pero eso no es exactamente lo que la palabra significaba en la época de Ezequiel. Era sinónimo de “corresponsabilidad.” Este es Dios que declara que Jesús, el Hijo del Hombre, es nombrado mayordomo de Israel y todos nosotros también. La cita es de Dios, no de un ser humano. Estamos llamados de la misma manera, por Dios, para ser buenos administradores. Lea más en www.thecatholicsteward.com.

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f r o m o u r pa r o c h i a l v i c a r ,

fr. William Hubbard

Dear Parishioners and Friends of Our Lady of Fatima,/ Queridos parroquianos y amigos de Nuestra Señora de Fátima, Continuing my theme of preparing for Mass, I want to continue with composure. Last week I wrote about how composure allows us to quiet our minds and our souls before Mass. There are practical consequences of being composed for the celebration of the Mass. It shows in how we act and in how we participate. Being composed at Mass brings great dividends. One of the ways to think of how composed we are is to try and view our congregation through the eyes of an unbeliever or as someone who has no idea what we do in church. What would that person see? Would they see people flop into a pew like onto a couch at home or entering church mindful that this building represents heaven to us? Would see a Sign of the Cross that is haphazard and careless or something intentional? Will they see people slouched and inattentive or with posture indicating something incredible is happening? Will they see people shuffle up to Communion focused on those around them or processing toward their King and their God? An easy assessment for composure is: where do my eyes land at Mass? The gaze directed to the altar is exactly as profound as the composure from which it comes. We do not come to church to watch Mass or listen to it; we are not spectators. We come to serve God. When we are composed, our actions at Mass reflect that and we enhance our participation. When we are not composed for Mass we may hear a word or some particular action may stick out for us but that is barely participation. Collecting our minds’ thoughts allows us to enter the stream of the Mass and be caught up in the current so to participate as fully as possible this side of heaven. When we are composed we sing. We see the songs not as something cute to fill the space but as integral to our worship and aid our own participation. We kneel and stand and sit with greater dignity when we are composed. Most importantly, when we are composed the Lord is more able to work in us through the Mass.

Continuando mi tema sobre la preparación antes de la misa, quiero continuar con la compostura. La semana pasada escribí acerca de cómo la compostura nos permite centrar nuestras mentes y nuestras almas antes de la Misa. Hay consecuencias prácticas de guardar la compuesta antes de la celebración de la Misa. Se nota en nuestra forma de actuar y en la forma en que participamos. Al estar centrados en la Misa nos benéfica. Una de las maneras de pensar en que tan centrado estamos es tratar de ver a la congregación por los ojos de una persona que no cree en Jesús o que no tiene idea de lo que hacemos en la iglesia. ¿Qué vería esa persona? ¿Verá a la gente que se sienta en la banca en una manera aflojerada, como en un sofá en la casa o entrar en la iglesia consciente de que este edificio representa el cielo para nosotros? ¿Verá que hacemos la ‘señal de la cruz’ en una manera desordenada y descuidada o como algo intencional? ¿Verá a la gente encorvada y de falta de atención o con la postura que indica que algo increíble está ocurriendo? ¿Verá a la gente distraída en la procesión para la Santa Comunión, enfocada en las otras personas en la iglesia o en la procesión enfocada en su Rey y su Dios? Una evaluación fácil para la compostura es: ¿Qué miran mis ojos durante la Misa? La mirada dirigida hacia el altar es exactamente tan profunda como la compostura de la que procede. No venimos a la iglesia solamente para ver la Misa o escucharla; no somos espectadores. Venimos a servir a Dios. Cuando estamos centrados, nuestras acciones durante la Misa reflejan y mejoran nuestra participación. Cuando no estamos centrados durante la Misa podemos escuchar una palabra o una acción que en particular puede atraernos, pero eso, no participación. Centrar nuestros pensamientos nos permite entrar en la corriente de la Misa y participar lo más plenamente posible este lado del cielo. Cuando guardamos la compostura cantamos. Vemos las canciones no como algo lindo para llenar el espacio, sino como una parte integral de nuestra adoración y una ayuda a nuestra propia participación. Nos arrodillamos y nos sentamos con mayor dignidad cuando estamos centrados. Aún más importante, cuando guardamos la compostura, el Señor es más capaz de trabajar en nosotros a través de la Misa.

MASS INTENTIONS/INTENCIONES

READINGS/LECTURAS

SUNDAY 9/7

Daily Readings can be found at www.usccb.org/bible/index.cfm

7am 9am 11am 1pm 5:30pm

FRIDAY 9/12

Armando Lopez Margaret O’Neill + Misa Pro Popolo Alfonso Martinez + Alice Rivera

MONDAY 9/8

8:30am

Mary Zeek +

TUESDAY 9/9

8:30am

Manuel Perez +

WEDNESDAY 9/10

8:30am

Danny Southward +

THURSDAY 9/11

8:30am

Talarico Family

8:30am

Kathy Knueven +

SATURDAY 9/13

8am 5:30pm

Chuchi Vehemente + Manuel Perez +

SUNDAY 9/14

7am 9am 11am 1pm 5:30pm

Leticia Flores Daniel Fitzpatrick + James Murray + Misa Pro Popolo Maria Cubillo

SUNDAY 9/7

THURSDAY 9/11

Ez 33:7-9; Ps 95:1-2, 6-9; Rom 13:8-10; Mt 18:15-20

1 Cor 8:1b-7, 11-13; Ps 139:1b-3, 13-14ab, 23-24; Lk 6:27-38

MONDAY 9/8

FRIDAY 9/12

Mi 5:1-4a or Rom 8:28-30; Ps 13:6; Mt 1:1-16, 18-23 [18-23]

1 Cor 9:16-19, 22b-27; Ps 84:3-6, 12; Lk 6:39-42

TUESDAY 9/9

SATURDAY 9/13

1 COR 6:1-11; PS 149:1B-6A, 9B; LK 6:12-19

1 Cor 10:14-22; Ps 116:12-13, 17-18; Lk 6:43-49

WEDNESDAY 9/10

SUNDAY 9/14

1 Cor 7:25-31; Ps 45:11-12, 14-17; Lk 6:20-26

23nd Sunday in ordinary Time / 23º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario

Nm 21:4b-9; Ps 78:1-2, 34-38; Phil 2:6-11; Jn 3:13-17

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PARISH NEWS, EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES

MOPS Park Play Date

Knights of Columbus Pancake Breakfast

All moms of preschoolers invited to join this great opportunity for fellowship with other Moms!

SEPTEMBER 14 / MCGOWAN HALL

Next Sunday the Knights of Columbus are holding their fabulous Pancake Breakfast, featuring pancakes, toppings, scrambled eggs, sausages and beverages. Come to McGowan Hall after the 7am and 9am Masses and before the 11am Mass for food, friendship and fraternity!

Endow - St. John Paul II’s “Letter to Women” Study Group EVERY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 – NOVEMBER 19, 9:30-11:30AM / MCGOWAN HALL - E

What is the New Feminism ? And what does the Church’s teaching about being a woman mean in my life? Join other Catholic women for faith, fellowship, and fun while we engage our intellect and discover our role in humanizing and transforming society — without any homework! Sign up at www.endowgroups.org. For additional information please contact Kathy at 933-8019 or Tamara at 481-1003.

SEPTEMBER 10, 9:30AM / SUNSET PARK, DANA POINT

Please bring a snack to share. Contact Sarah Donovan at [email protected] for more info.

Donate the Gift of Life!-Blood Drive/Done el Regalo de la Vida!-Donación de Sangre SEPTEMBER 21, 8:30AM - 2:45PM / MCGOWAN HALL - A / 21 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 8:30AM - 2:45PM / SALON PARROQUIAL - A

All the blood collected will be designated for Mission Hospital. To make an appointment, please go to www.redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: FATIMA. Identification is required. Walk-ins welcome! Volunteers are needed for set up, reception area, and refreshments. Please contact Daisy Nueva at 492-5427 for more information.

Dotar - " Carta a las mujeres " de San Juan Pablo II Grupo de Estudio se ofrecerá en español , en San Felipe De Jesús Iglesia . Por favor, póngase en contacto con Alejandra Baker en 690-7315 .

Toda la sangre recolectada será designado para el Hospital Mission. Para hacer una cita, por favor vaya a www.redcrossblood.org e introducir el código patrocinador: FATIMA. Se requiere identificación. Son bienvenidos sin cita! Se necesitan voluntarios para preparar, para el área de recepción, y refrescos. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Daisy Nueva al 492-5427 para más información.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study Resumes on September 17

Teen Confirmation Update! /Informacion para los Adolescentes de la Confirmacion

7– 9PM / MCGOWAN HALL - A

Attention Teens! OLF is beginning a new Confirmation program this year. We are excited to announce that we will be utilizing Matthew Kelly’s new and engaging program called “Decision Point.” To register, please visit www.olfchurch.net and click on the Youth Ministry tab on left, and then click on Confirmation Teens. Then choose “click here for application” and fill in all the information requested. Click “Submit” and your information will be sent directly to the Confirmation Office. Second Year Confirmation Teen Candidates also need to register for their second year.

Please join us each Wednesday evening for the next 26 weeks as we study the Gospel of St. Luke. Luke is recognized as our first church historian. Bring your Bibles! A student guide, weekly CD lecture, group discussions, friendships and fun will be provided. If you can’t attend every week, come when you can. Call Kathy Godbout at 3618910 to register or just come to class.

Eucharistic Ministers Wanted Would you like become a Eucharistic Minister at the parish and be able to help give communion during Mass? Or, how about bringing the Eucharist to those who cannot come to Mass? If you would like to become a part of this amazing and rewarding ministry there will be more information and sign-up sheets available following all of the Masses on September 13 & 14. Stop by the information table and find out more! You can also contact Deacon Chris Ciraulo at [email protected] . The gift you bring by joining this ministry will be a great blessing to others.

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Adults! Faith enrichment opportunities are available for adults interested in volunteering with the Confirmation Program. Please contact Confirmation coordinator Cate Girskis at [email protected] or 492-4101 x117. Atención Adolescentes! OLF está comenzando un nuevo programa para la Confirmación este año. Estamos muy contentos de anunciar que estaremos utilizando el nuevo y atractivo programa de Matthew Kelly llamado “punto de decisión”. Por favor, revise en nuestra página web parroquial para informarse más a medida que se desarrolla. www.olfchurch.net. Oprima Youth Ministry que se encuentra a la izquierda → oprima Confirmation Teens. Haga clic en aplicación de confirmación, complete toda la información solicitada. Haga clic en Enviar y su información será enviada directamente a la oficina de la Confirmación. Candidatos de segundo año de Confirmación también tienen que registrarse en para su segundo año.

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Registration for Ignite Middle School Youth Ministry is underway! Ignite Middle School Youth Ministry is for those youth in 6th, 7th and 8th grade to continue their journey to Christ. Ignite youth nights take place every Wednesday starting at 6:30pm in room B of McGowan Hall and will end around 8:30pm. Each Ignite youth night is filled with games, socializing and community building activities as well as discovering what it means to be a child of God and how to live life as a member of the Catholic Church. Each night is led by a group of amazing individuals that make up the Core Team. These individuals range in age from sophomores in high school and beyond. We are looking for new members of this Core Team. If you are interested, please email Bridget Goodreau at [email protected] for more information. This is a great way to volunteer and become involved in Our Lady of Fatima Parish Youth Ministry.

FUEL Are you running on empty? Come and join Our Lady of Fatima Parish and fill your spiritual tank! FUEL is a unique opportunity to encounter Jesus Christ through others, praise and worship, and through Eucharistic Adoration. FUEL takes place on the second Saturday of every month immediately following the 5:30pm Mass. This event is open to all middle school, high school, young adults, adults young at heart, and families (that means you!). Deacon Chris Ciraulo will be the speaker at the next FUEL event that is taking place on Saturday, September 13 after the 5:30pm Mass. Come and experience Christ in a whole new way! #FUELFatima #cuzjesus

Women’s Silent Retreat Weekend OCTOBER 3-5 / SACRED HEART RETREAT HOUSE, ALHAMBRA

Please consider this wonderful opportunity of quiet time with the Lord, and relax, reflect and recharge in a beautiful setting. Private, semi-private and double rooms are available, as well as a Saturday only option and carpooling. Please call Mary Harrigan at 949-4928945 or 714-290-6174 for more information and reservations.

OLF PARISH SCHOOL NEWS School is in session! Give your child the benefit of a Catholic school learning environment that offers small class sizes and innovative technological learning opportunities with the implementation of 1:1 student iPads in a Christfilled family oriented atmosphere. OLF School offers transitional kindergarten through 8th gradel. If you are considering enrolling your child or children please contact Kris [email protected] or 492-7320 to learn more. The administration and staff wishes to thank all parishioners for your support of our school and our mission; “to nurture individuals to discover their God-given gifts, to encourage them to use these gifts in the service of others and to empower them to be models of integrity and peacemakers who work for justice. We - the parents, school staff and parish community - collaborate in striving for excellence in the education of our children.”

OLF Parish School Celebrates 50 years in 2015! If you are, or happen to know, an alum of OLF Parish School we would love to hear from you as we plan our BIG celebration. Please contact Kris Windes at [email protected] or 492-7320.

Dinner Circles Kickoff Event

Save-the-Date: OLF Casino Night

SEPTEMBER 21, 6:30PM / MCGOWAN HALL

OCTOBER 4, 6-10:30PM / MCGOWAN HALL

Are you interested in getting to know your fellow parishioners through a fantastic dinner circle? A dinner circle is a group of six to eight parishioners who gather monthly, in their home, to enjoy a meal together. All adult couples and singles are invited to join. Each group meets about once a month for six months. Give it a try - registration forms are available at the exits and online at www.olfchurch.net/ parish_lift.html or contact Carolyn ([email protected]), Barbara ([email protected]) or Carol ([email protected]).

All parishioners are invited to join in the camaraderie to help support Catholic education.

Catholics in Recovery - Working 12 Steps EVERY SATURDAY, 9:30AM / MCGOWAN HALL - E

Please note our new meeting location - McGowan Hall! This meeting is for all who struggle with addictions or bad habits, or with depression and other emotional challenges including the loss of a loved one through death, divorce, or rejection, and anyone who is suffering because another family member or friend is suffering For more information call 939-9079.

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AROUND THE DIOCESE Diocesan Ministries Celebration (DMC) 2014 /Celebración Diocesana de Ministerios ( DMC ) 2014 OCTOBER 4, 7AM – 4:30PM / MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL

All parishioners interested in learning more about our faith are invited to attend this educational and enriching experience. This year we will be offering workshops in English, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese for adults, and we are offering a special session for high school youth between the ages of 14-18. For information please call 714-282-3078. To register, please visit www.rcbo.org/ipm. The cost is $30 if you register before September 12. Scholarships are available for those in need of financial assistance.

Priesthood Discernment Evening SEPTEMBER 10, 6PM / DIOCESE OF ORANGE PASTORAL CENTER AT CHRIST CATHEDRAL

The Vocations Office cordially invites men interested in diocesan priesthood to this opportunity to become familiar with the life, prayer, and possible call to priesthood in the Diocese of Orange. There is no commitment on your part, other than the expression of interest to participate. Please contact the Director of Vocations, Rev. John Moneypenny at (714) 282-3036 or [email protected] if you have any questions.

Magnificat Prayer Breakfast with Bishop Kevin W. Vann SEPTEMBER 13, 9:30AM - 12:30PM / EMBASSY SUITES ANAHEIM–SOUTH, GARDEN GROVE

Come and be blessed by “A Shepherd’s Journey”, the powerful testimony of our devoted and enthusiastic Shepherd of Christ. Register by mail until September 5, $28 per person. Mail to Magnificat Ministry: P.O. Box 4381, Orange, CA 92863. Registration at the door is $33 per person. Visit Magnificat-ministry.net for registration information or contact Dely Pili at 714-670-7332 or [email protected].

WE PRAY FOR ALL THE SICK/ OREMOS POR LOS ENFERMOS Brian Babin Herb Raul Aida Perales Edith Benitez Patricia Schlutz Armando Lopez Mateo Nuñez Katherine Shultz Rafael Garcia Bob Adragna Adele Keough Angela Mastrangelo Zaragoza Garza Linda Greulich

Rafael Garcia Jerry Becker Carla Graham Geoff Maddocks Josine Kummetz Ronny Robertson Linda Grey Diane Gleason Holden Zimmerle Guadalupe Flores Ellen Gregory Odilon Mercado Marilyn Burtt Andrew Smith

AND OUR BELOVED DEAD/Y POR NUESTROS QUERIDOS FALLECIDOS Joseph Napolitano Daniel Fitzpatrick Trent Graham Orinda Dickey Mariano Molina Eddie Mergelmeyer Raymond Solis Luis Cardenas Margaret O’Neill Alicia Diaz Maria G. Cortes Antonio Gudiel Azul Mena Fr. Ned Rocks

Kirk Rinaldi Martin Miller Nidia Ojeda Jose Ojeda Isabel Silva Ana Maria Robles Tom Grace Efren Torres Beatrice Brennan Kevin Kosinski Matthew Espinoza and all victims of war and violence.

National Day of Remembrance of Aborted Children SEPTEMBER 13, 9:30AM / HOLY SEPULCHER CEMETERY

Please California Nurses for Ethical Standards and Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life for this service which will be followed by a half-day pro-life conference “Be Normal & Change History” at the Ayers Inn in Orange featuring, among others, Fr. Pavone and Brian Johnston of the California Pro-Life Council. For additional information go to www.ethicalnurses.org and www.calforniaprolife.org and click on “news.”

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