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Saint Joseph Catholic Church Iglesia Catolica De San Jose Welcome to Visitors & New Members

You are welcome to worship with us at any time. If you are new to the Randolph County area, may we invite you to register as a member of the parish? Registration forms are available in parking lot vestibule or by calling the office. 336—629-0221 512 West Wainman Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203 Ph: 336-629-0221 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.stjoenc.org Office Hour Monday - Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation Para Confesarse Saturday at 5:00pm / Wednesday at 5:30 pm or by appointment Pueden confesarse los sábados a los 5:00pm y Miercoles a los 5.30 pm de la tarde o puede llamar al Párrocco, el Padre Philip por cita especial Eucharistic Adoration Adoracion Eucaristica First Fridat/Primer Viernes 9:00 am—Saturday 6:00

Mass Schedule / Horario de Misas Saturday/Sábado 4:00pm English , 6:00pm Español Sunday/Domingo 9:00 am, 4:00 pm in English 12:00 pm en Español Daily Masses: Monday and Friday: 8:15am, Wednesday: 6:00pm, Thursday: 12:15 Holy Days: 7 pm Vigil 8:15, 12:15,& 7 pm Espanol

Parish Staff Fr. Philip Kollithanath: Pastor, Email: [email protected] Jean Hyatt: Parish Secretary; Teresita Ramirez: Office Assistant Colette Estes Music Coordinator Jason Kroeger Faith Formation Coordinator (English) Manuela Torres: Hispanic Faith Formation Coordinator Rosemary Chriscoe: Parish Council; Scott Harris: Finance Council

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time August 30, 2015 Humbly welcome the word that has been planted in you and is able to save your souls. -- James 1:21b

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From the Pastor’s Desk Fr. Philip Kollithanath Talking to the children and young people, Pope Francis reminds us that our Christian life is a constant dialogue with the Father, with the Son , and with the Holy Spirit. On a more personal level, Jesus saved us, He walks with us leading us on our journey and nourishes us and gives us strength with His Body through Holy Communion. Jesus remains in our hearts always. Children should be trained to dialogue with Jesus when they are very little so that the friendship with Jesus becomes spontaneous and very endearing all their lives. In the language of the Pope, we have to help children to, “put on faith” and “put on love”. Pope continues that if you “put on Christ” you will see wings of hope spreading and letting your journey with joy towards the future, and your life will be full of his love, and will be a fruitful that is life-giving for others.”(p.117). This will make their lives very dynamic and positive. Put on Christ is a real thing. Christ awaits you in his words. If you listen to Him His presence will arouse your heart. At the sacrament of penance, his mercy will cure the wounds caused by your sins. Christ is waiting for you in the Eucharist, the sacrament of His presence and his sacrifice of love. You will learn from him the language of love, goodness and service. We are members of the large family of faith. The fraternal communion and the habit of solidarity and sharing will counter the world’s focus on selfishness, Pope urges the young people to listen to the Lord speaking in their hearts, and “do not be afraid” but be generous to bear witness to his Gospel. Young ones have to become prophets in the world to break down evil and violence, over throw barriers of selfishness, intolerance, and hatred so as to build a new world (p.125). Jesus is counting on the youth so does the church. Blessed Mary Mother will accompany them and support them. We are all called to holiness through different vocations of life. There are ideologies in the world against Christian values. Tho se who talk against the Traditional Christian Marriage insist on “enjoying” the moment. They do not believe in a lasting commitment because they do not know what tomorrow will bring. As people of faith, we have to be revolutionaries against the culture that sees everything as temporary. To be fruitful disciples we have to practice the three languages of the Gospel: the language of the heart, the language of the mind, and the language of the hands. Applying the cognitive behavioral approach of thinking, feeling and action makes our faith life bound. Pope invites the youth to rebel against the modern tendency to reduce love to sexual aspect alone which deprives it of the essential characteristics of beauty, communion, fidelity, responsibility etc. Reminding of the Emmaus experience of the Disciples ( Lk.24:13-35) the youth are invited to prayerfully read the Bible and let the voice of the Lord burn their hearts. it will open your eyes to recognize His presence with you and discover the loving plan he has for your life. God Bless you all

Sarcament of Baptism—Baptism is a highly sacred event and deserves careful and complete readiness. Please contact the church office (336-629-0221 to register for the Baptism Preparation Class, which is done on a regular basis. Parents must be registered and participating members of our parish community.

Sacrament of Marriage

‐ Couples should contact the Pastor (336-629-0221) at least 6 months prior to the wedding date for necessary preparation.

Ministry of the Sick— Please call the church office (336-629-0221) to inform us of an illness or hospitalization of a family member. Federal Privacy Law prohibits the hospital from giving room numbers, so we must have prior knowledge of a patient’s room number before we visit the hospital. The Sacrament of Anointing is done upon request prior to surgery or a illness. Prayers for our Military—please call the office (336-629-0221) to notify us of their Military Status Faith Formation: Registration has begun after each of the masses or you can stop by the office please be sure to bring your birth certificate and baptismal certificate if your child was not baptized here at St. Joseph.

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Parish of St. Joseph

WEEKLY OFFERINGS

WEEKLY MASS SCHEDULE 8/30-9/5

Weekly Offerings: Offertory:

8/30th Sun. 9:00 am Annette Conley, req.Ladies guild B-day 12:00 noon Spanish Mass 4:00pm Youth Mass 8/31 Mon. 8:15 am Antoinette Conley (B-day) Georgia Carl 9/1 Tues. No Mass—Rosary Group 1:00 pm 9/2 Wed. 5:30 pm confession 6:00 pm Mass 9/3 Thurs. 12:15 Marilyn Hutchins Req. Columbiettes 9/4 Fri. + 8:15 Mass for Rose Titilo Columbiette req. by St. Joseph’s chapter 9:00 am 1st Friday Benediction— Adoration all day until early Sat. am 9/4 Sat. 12:00 noon Baptism Jennifer Gonzalez, Dillon Avilia 1:00 pm Wedding Raul Leon Barahona & Joy Martinez Teodocio 4:00 pm Carol Shauttauer req. Mr.&Mrs. Bohaboy 6:00 pm Spanish Mass

$

Year to Date._______________ $ Needed___________________ $ Under/over _______________ $

5,073.00 40,608.00 52,000.00 11,392.00

Buildng Fund Goal $1,500.000.00 Raised :1,419 ,809.88

Sept.12th 6 pm Eucharistic:

Jose Castro, Guadalupe Badillo, Sofia Badillo, Liliana Ocampo, Juanita Montoya Hospitalidad David Fuentes, Eliazar Mejia, Antonio Elejo, Lupe Romero Acolitos Eduardo, Julieta, Ana Laura, Teresa Barron Lectoros: Fernando Hernandez, Litzia Cortex, Javier Mercado

Spanish

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9/13/2015

12:00 noon Mass Eucaristia:

Roberto Arellano, MaLuz Cortez, Ana Moncion, Jose Flores, Guadalupe Alejo Lectores: Kenia & Jose Frias Hospitalid Blanca & Natalia Avila, Lisbel Dominguez Acolitos: Luis Martinez, Tania Soto, Orlando Martinezz, Teresa Barron Annuncios : Patricia Palacios, Roberto Perez

4:00 pm Mass Acolytes: Lectors: Eucharistic Hospitality

9/12/2015

Jenna Larry Kastner, Cheryl Benford Marty Hornyak, Cheryl Benford, Keith Bryant Lynn Hyatt, Mike Leach

Sept.13,2015

9:00 am English Mass

Acolytes: Henry Sloyan, Marion Sloyan, David Appel Lectors: Tom Murphy Kim Price Tom Murphy Eucharistic: D. Hedrick, Carol Rich, Dan Higgins, Dr.Pincus, , Joan Sloyan, Hospitality: Ron Stark, Wayne Dawson, Abigail Lizardo, David Poupore

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE TURNED IN THEIR PLEDGES FOR DSA. We are still short of our assessment. Please consider making your pledge soon in order for us to reach our goal Please be informed that we are short of $1,500.00 to meet the DSA Goal. Since our building plans are currently under the review of the Diocese, they will look into our liabilities first. DSA is a parish liability which we have to meet the goal. Please help our progress twoards the building project.

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Knights of Columbus & Squires Any Catholic male 18 yrs & over who may be interested in joining the Knights, please contact Jason Kroeger at 301-4418. All the men of the parish are welcome to join SQUIRES: Will meet every 2nd Sunday of the month after the 4pm mass. *************************** The St. Joseph's Knights of Columbus is conducting a raffle from now until the end of September for a single Scholarship at the Harley Davidson Riding Academy at Cox's Harley Davidson outlet in Asheboro. You will learn from certified instructors by the Motor Safety Foundation and Harley Davidson safe riding skills and prepare you for the motorcycle license test. Tickets can be purchased from the Knights for $1 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5 dollars. The value of this scholarship is $295.00

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Fall Festival on the

20th of September we will be having a booth and will be selling crafts & food & Desserts and a White Elephant Sale. We will be working along with the Ladies Guild, Squires Knights of Columbus and all the Spanish Communities . Come join the fun and comradery. There will be games for the for children and adults. ******************************

Eucharistic Congress 2015

The Theme for the 11th Eucharistic Congress for the Diocese of Charlotte is “Behold I Make all Things New”. Did you know that it costs approx. $35.00 per person to stage the Eucharistic Congress? Your gifts to the Congress help offset the cost of this free event. You can make a donation online at www.GoEucharist.com or send a check to the Diocese of Charlotte

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PLESE TAKE A MOMENT TO PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL who have requested prayers: Christopher Gardner, Bob Green, Grace Gizzi, Lillian Hazelwood & Roamona Shepard, Ardist Holyfield Colleen Greene, Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins Ralph Evans, Jose Espiallet Clayton Rozsel & Ken Jalgert, Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson, Larry Thornburg, Sherwood Hamm Military: Adolfo Angel Vasquez, Gustavo Pasillas If there is anyone you would like to add to the prayer list please calll the office & let us know. 336-629-0221

BIRTHDAY LIST FOR Sept. 1 9/1 9/3 9/4 9/5

Suzanne Donnelly, Roger Anderson, Joseph DiDona Fabiola Sanchez Monreal, Maria Avila, Linda Rich Delia Hernandez, Rosalio Teodocio Monica Calderon, Karina Calderon , Nancy Garcia, Catherine & Vanessa Guerrero , Monserrat Perez, Egrain Garcia Higini 9/6 Alexis Fuentes Perez,Mayte Fuentes Perez, Brandon Fuentes Perez , Damien Guetierrez, 9/7 Roberto Belman, Jason Kroeger, Sophia Lopez, Emilio Romero , Eleazar Perez, Hope everyone has a very Happy & Blessed Birthday

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Squires will be raffling off a picture of the Last Supper, starting this week end. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 Money will go towards the building fund. Thank you for your support. ****************** Spanish Groups are raffling off a Bike and Nativity Set, and Bibles, 3 different prizes, tickets are $3.00 each or 2 for $5.00. ****************** If you think it is your alarm clock that woke you up this morning, try putting it beside a dead body and you will realize that it is the GRACE OF GOD THAT WOKE YOU UP.

FAITH FORMATION—CONFIRMATION CLASSES Jason will start the classes on Sept. 20th—afternoon classes for the first session, need to have their parents be at the meeting also. If you both can’t make it one of you has to be here. It is a mandatory meeting. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm and Mass at 4:00 pm dismissal approximately 5:30 pm.

Looking for children to join us in singing to the Lord Cherub Choir practice every Friday at 6 pm and Youth Choir at 7:00 pm

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TODAY’S READINGS —

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES

First Reading — Moses directs the people to observe the commandments of the Lord (Deuteronomy 4:1-2, 6-8). Psalm — The one who does justice will live in the presence of the Lord (Psalm 15). Second Reading — Welcome the word that you have received and become doers of the word, not hearers only (James 1:1718, 21b-22, 27). Gospel — You disregard God’s commandment but cling to human tradition (Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23).

Sunday:

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday:

1 Thes 4:13-18; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 11-13; Lk 4:16-30

Tuesday:

1 Thes 5:1-6, 9-11; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Lk 4:31-37

Wednesday: Col 1:1-8; Ps 52:10-11; Lk 4:3844 Thursday:

Col 1:9-14; Ps 98:2-6; Lk 5:1-11

Friday:

Col 1:15-20; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 5:33-39

Saturday:

Col 1:21-23; Ps 54:3-4, 6, 8; Lk 6:1-5

Sunday:

Is 35:4-7a; Ps 146:7-10; Jas 2:1-5; Mk 7:31 -37

TREASURES AND TRADI TIONS

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Gregory the Great First Friday Blessed Virgin Mary; First Saturday

There is hope, healing and forgiveness following abortion. Rachel's Vineyard is a weekend retreat for women and men to begin their healing journey. The next NC retreat is September 18-20, 2015 in the Asheville area, and there will be one in the Charlotte area October 9-11, 2015. For more information, please contact Shelley Glanton at 828-230-4940/ [email protected] or Jennifer Ganser at 336-209-2161/ [email protected], or visit: rachelsvineyard.org. Sponsored by the Respect Life Program Catholic Charities

WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER In the second reading we are told, “Be doers of the word and not hearers only”. Does your marriage show others Christ’s love? The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends are Nov 6-8, 2015 in Atlantic Beach, NC and Feb 5-7, 2016 in Asheville, NC . Early sign up is highly recommended. For more information visit our website at: http:// NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us at [email protected] or 704-315-2144. .

Last week’s discussion of the permanent diaconate and its restoration will lead inevitably to questions about “deaconesses,” something certainly under study as historians and liturgists research our tradition’s treasures. Today, there are some settings in which women are entrusted with pastoral administration and have been called to preach and to officiate at weddings. Lay people can lead the funeral rites and daily prayer. Yet the question of ordination to the diaconate for women is complex. Yes, we have had deaconesses in our tradition. We know that they assisted with the baptism of women, and that ministries were entrusted to them. We also know that some early church councils took care to call them lay persons, and specifically forbade ordination. What confuses the picture is that they may have been the wives of deacons, who, like the wives of priests and bishops, were expected to serve the community as exemplars of the Christian life. Long after deaconesses disappeared, their ministry was treasured and carried on by religious women in consecrated life. It is clear that one of our greatest treasures is the vibrant engagement of women in ministry over the centuries. What is not as clear is where our questions will lead. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Thursday: Friday: Saturday:

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EDUCATIONAL MINUTES Anyone that would like to ask Kim Price any questions regarding (“Educational Minutes) or if anyone has a topic of interest to present to the congregation please e-mail her at [email protected] or by cell phone 336– 653-1201. Kim will be glad to discuss your recommended topics.

You can pick up the “Handbook for Todays Catholic” in the Office—they are$5.00 each A LIFELINE FOR MARRIAGE –Retrouvaille helps couples through difficult times in their marriages. It is designed to provide the tools to help get your marriage back on track. It will give you the opportunity to rediscover each other and examine your lives together in a new and positive way. This program has helped couples experiencing all levels of marital difficulty, even those in deep misery. For confidential information call 800470+2230 or email at [email protected], or visit the web www .retrouvaille.org.

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Del escritorio del Padre Felipe Hablando con los niños y los jóvenes, el Papa Francisco nos recuerda que nuestra vida cristiana es un diálogo constante con el Padre, con el Hijo y con el Espíritu Santo. En un nivel más personal, Jesús nos salvó, Él camina con nosotros guiándonos en nuestro viaje y nos alimenta y nos da fuerza con Su Cuerpo a través de la Sagrada Comunión. Jesús permanece en nuestros corazones siempre. Los niños deben ser entrenados para el diálogo con Jesús cuando son muy poco para que la amistad con Jesús se convierte espontáneas y muy entrañables toda su vida. En el lenguaje de la Papa, tenemos que ayudar a los niños a "poner en la fe" y "poner en el amor". Papa sigue que si "pone en Cristo" verá alas de la esperanza difusión y dejar que su viaje con alegría hacia el futuro, y tu vida estará llena de su amor, y será una fructífera que da vida a los demás. "(p.117). Esto hará que sus vidas muy dinámico y positivo. Ponga en Cristo es una cosa real. Cristo le espera en sus palabras. Si usted escucha a Él su presencia despertará tu corazón. En el sacramento de la penitencia, su misericordia curará las heridas causadas por sus pecados. Cristo te está esperando en la Eucaristía, el sacramento de su presencia y su sacrificio de amor. Usted aprenderá de él el lenguaje del amor, la bondad y el servicio. Somos miembros de la gran familia de la fe. La communion fraterna y el hábito de solidaridad y de reparto serán contrarrestar la atención del mundo en el egoísmo, El Papa insta a los jóvenes a escuchar al Señor que habla en sus corazones, y "no tengas miedo", pero ser generoso para dar testimonio de su Evangelio. Los jóvenes tienen que llegar a ser profetas en el mundo para romper el mal y la violencia, sobre barreras tiro del egoísmo, la intolerancia y el odio con el fin de construir un mundo nuevo (p.125). Jesús está contando con los jóvenes también lo hace la iglesia. María Santísima Madre los acompañará y apoyarlos. Todos estamos llamados a la santidad a través de diferentes vocaciones de vida. Hay ideologías en el mundo en contra de los valores cristianos. Los que hablan en contra del matrimonio cristiano tradicional insisten en "disfrutar" del momento. Ellos no creen en un compromiso duradero porque no saben lo que pasará mañana. Como personas de fe, tenemos que ser revolucionarios en contra de la cultura que ve todo como temporal. Para ser discípulos fructíferos tenemos que practicar los tres idiomas del Evangelio: el lenguaje del corazón, el lenguaje de la mente y el lenguaje de las manos. Aplicando el enfoque cognitivo-conductual del pensamiento, sentimiento y acción hace que nuestra vida de fe obligado. El Papa invita a los jóvenes a rebelarse en contra de la tendencia moderna para reducir el amor con aspecto sexual solo que la priva de las características esenciales de la belleza, la comunión, la fidelidad, la responsabilidad, etc. recuerda la experiencia de los discípulos de Emaús (Lk.24: 13-35 ) Se invita a los jóvenes

a leer la Biblia con oración y dejar que la voz del Señor a quemar sus corazones. que le abrirá los ojos para reconocer su presencia con ustedes y descubrir el designio de amor que él tiene para su vida. Salud.

Columbiettes Columbiettes Festival de Otoño el 20 de septiembre vamos a tener un stand y será la venta de artesanías y comida y postres y un elefante blanco Venta. Vamos a trabajar junto con el Ladies Guild, Escuderos Caballeros de Colón y todas las Comunidades españolas. Venga a unirse a la diversión y camaradería. Habrá juegos para los niños y adultos. MANUAL PARA LA CATÓLICA DE HOY Cualquier persona que desea comprar la pequeña Handbood rojo para el día de hoy católica, los tenemos en la oficina en Inglés, la versión española no ha llegado todavía, pero llegará pronto. Hemos de tener instancias de su oficina. Ellos serán de $ 5.00 uno. Dios Bendiga Grupos españoles están rifando una bici y Natividad Set y Biblias, 3 premios diferentes, los boletos son de $ 3.00 cada uno o 2 por $ 5.00. Planificación Familiar Natural Que es el Metodo de Planificacion Familiar Natural y como utilizarSus BeneficiosRiesgos y efectos secundarios de la contraception hormonal Enseñansas de la IglesiaCurso Gratis, Lunes, 17 de Agosto, Iglesia Católica de San Francisco de Asis, Franklin, de 6 pm a 9 pm, contacto Edith Jennings, (828)-421-4863.

Le informamos de que estamos por debajo de $3,000.00. para cumplir con el Objetivo de DSA. Desde nuestros planes de construcción están actualmente en la revisión de la Diócesis, que se verá en nuestros pasivos primero.DSA es una responsabilidad de la parroquia, que tenemos que cumplir con el objetivo.Por favor, ayudar a nuestro progreso hacia el proyecto de construcción.

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TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA Pobres fariseos, cómo les echamos piedras. Durante el ministerio público de Jesús los fariseos no tenían mucho poder, pues la clase sacerdotal era la que dominaba la vida religiosa de los hebreos. Los fariseos eran gente común: eran laicos. No obstante, estos laicos no se conformaban con sólo cumplir el requisito de la oración y asistir a la sinagoga. Los fariseos pueden compararse con los carismáticos, ministros de la comunión y otros cristianos laicos que no se conforman sólo con asistir a la misa cada semana. Los fariseos también deseaban aprender más acerca de la Palabra de Dios y practicar su fe en todas partes. Probablemente, Jesús mismo, en algún momento perteneció al grupo de los fariseos. Entonces ¿de dónde viene el pleito cristiano con los fariseos? Con la destrucción del Templo judío (año 70 d.C.) se acabó la clase sacerdotal. Cuando se escribieron los cuatro evangelios, quienes estaban al frente de la religión hebrea eran los fariseos, no los sacerdotes. Ellos, en su afán de preservar la fe judía, no permitían novedades como las de los judíos cristianos. Por esto se creó una división entre los fariseos y los cristianos, división que aparece en los evangelios una y otra vez. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES LECTURAS DE HOY Domingo:

Vigésimo primer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario

Lunes:

San Bartolomé

Martes: Calasanz

San Luis de Francia; san José de

Jueves:

Santa Mónica

Viernes:

San Agustín

Sábado:

El martirio de san Juan Bautista

Hay esperanza, sanación y perdón después de un aborto. Viñedo de Raquel es un retiro de fin de semana para las mujeres y los hombres para comenzar su viaje de sanación. El próximo retiro NC es 18 a 20 septiembre, 2015 en el área de Asheville, y habrá uno en el área de Charlotte 9-11 de octubre de 2015. Para más información, póngase en contacto con Shelley Glanton al 828-230-4940 / sglan1234 @ aol .com o Jennifer Ganser al 336-209-2161 / [email protected] o visita: rachelsvineyard.org. Patrocinado por el Programa de Respeto a la Vida,or el Programa de Respeto a la Vida,

Una de las diferencias básicas entre Dios y los seres humanos, es decir, Dios da y perdona. Pero el ser humano se pone, se pone, se pone y se olvida. Sea agradecido en la vida FE CLASES DE FORMACIÓN- CONFIRMACIÓN Jason comenzará las clases en Sept. 20 clases de la tarde para la primera sesión, necesitan que sus padres estén en la reunión también. Si ambos no pueden hacer que sea uno de ustedes tiene que estar aquí. Es una reunión obligatoria. Gracias por su cooperación en este asunto. 14:30-15:30 y la misa a las 4:00 pm el despido de aproximadamente 17:30.

Primera lectura — Moisés ordena al pueblo guardar los mandamientos de Yavé porque así serán conocidos como pueblo sabio e inteligente (Deuteronomio 4:1-2, 6-8). Salmo — ¿Quién será grato a tus ojos, Señor? (Salmo 15 [14]). Segunda lectura — Reciban la palabra sembrada entre ustedes, y pongan por obra lo que dice la palabra y no se conformen con oírla (Santiago 1:17-18, 21b-22, .Evangelio — Lo que nos hace impuros son las maldades que salen de dentro, de nuestro propio corazón, no las cosas de afuera (Marcos 7:18, 14-15, 21-23).

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes:

Ap 21:9b-14; Sal 145 (144):10-13, 17-18; Jn 1:45-51 Martes: 1 Tes 2:1-8; Sal 139 (138):1-6; Mt 23:2326 Miércoles: 1 Tes 2:9-13; Sal 139 (138):7-12ab; Mt 23:27-32 Jueves: 1 Tes 3:7-13; Sal 90 (89):3-5a, 12-14, 17; Mt 24:42-51 Viernes: 1 Tes 4:1-8; Sal 97 (96):1, 2b, 5-6, 10-12 Mt 25:1-13 Sábado: 1 Tes 4:9-11; Sal 98 (97):1, 7-9; Mc 6:1729 Domingo: Dt 4:1-2, 6-8; Sal 15 (14):2-5; Stgo 1:17- 18, 21b-22, 27; Mc 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23

Congreso Eucarístico 2015 El tema para el 11º Congreso Eucarístico de la diócesis de Charlotte está "He aquí que hago un mundo nuevo". El Congreso incluirá una procesión de la Eucaristía por las calles del centro de Charlotte. Plan para asistir a este importante evento, el 11 y 12 de septiembre de 2015 en el Centro de Convenciones de Charlotte. Visita www.GoEucharist.com para más infor-

CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS St. Joseph Church #000033 512 W. Wainman Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203

TELEPHONE 336 629-0221

CONTACT PERSON Jean Hyatt

EMAIL: [email protected]

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