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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

Second Sunday of Advent December 6, 2015 God has commanded that every lofty mountain be made low.-- Baruch 5:7

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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH

December 6,2015

From the Desk of Fr. Philip Kollithanath When we follow the Traditional Catholic Spiritual path we are cautioned against our instinctual tendency for unbridled affections. We all know that intellect and affect have to be prudently balanced and managed such a way that addictions and inordinate attachments will not be allowed to disturb any normal functioning of our faculties. As we say always, virtue stands in the middle. Either extreme is abnormal. Mature people will know where to strike the balance. The psychological process is very simple. Strong desire for something will disturb the mind and the person becomes ill at ease. Pride and greed will turn a person restless. A person of humble heart will enjoy peace. An unmortified man is easily tempted, has a weak spirit, and is very inclined to sensual things. It is very difficult for him to abstain from earthly desires. Such deprivations will drive him sad. Once his impulses are satisfied, remorse is generated and his conscience is overwhelmed with guilt or shame for following his passions that did not lead him to the peace he thought he would reach. True peace will be found in resisting passions and temptations, not in satisfying them. It is difficult to enjoy peace for a carnal person and for a person given to vain attractions. This is why in Catholic Tradition Spiritual discipline and devotions are important for everyone. A fervent and spiritual person enjoys real peace,. This thought is very real in the family life and in the religious and priestly life styles. When people do not have the discipline of passions, they cave in to the numerous immoral and destructive opportunities around them. This can be sexual infidelity, pornography, or a strong desire for substance abuse. Married people and celibates are victimized by over exposure to sensual digressions. In this instant gratification age many a marriage is broken due to inordinate attachments developed outside the marital context. When they recognize the mistake, it is too late to withdraw and damage is already inflicted. Regular spiritual exercises, family prayer and personal prayers on a regular basis, meditations and prayerful reflections on current life and on eternal salvation are easy ways to bring a certain discipline to our lives. A frequent examination of Conscience will assist us to recognize our passions and inclinations that are detrimental to our state of life and our final salvation. If we participate in daily Holy Mass which begins with such a brief overview of our life and acknowledging our failures before the Lord will give us the grace we need to resist temptations and cleanse our lives and keep on the right path. Advent is a time for such a special focus on our holiness. May 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: Faith Formation classes are in session. The cut-off date is Nov. 1st. If you have any questions, please Contact Jason Kroeger at 336-629-0221 .

December 6, 2015

St. Joseph Catholic Church

WEEKLY OFFERINGS

WEEKLY MASS FOR WEEK OF 11/29 WEEKLY MASS FOR WEEK OF

Weekly Offerings:

Sun. 29th

Offertory: _ $ 5,114.00 Year to Date: __________ $ 111,761.00 Needed___________________ $ 143,000.00 Under/over _______________ $ 31,239.00 Goal

$1,500,000.00

Raised: $1,442,575.20

Dec.12th 6 pm Eucharistic: Hospitalidad Acolitos Lectoros:

Spanish

Sofia Badillo, Jose Castro, Santiago Alejo, Liliana Ocampo, Samuel Uscanga Jose Garcia, Silvano Perez,Mejia, Marina Castro, Daniela Corona Yanca & Josue Castro, Teresa & Jesus Barron Kenneth Alejo Tornero, Jose Luis Cardoso, Victor Alvarenga

Dec. 13th 12:00 noon Mass Eucaristia: Bonifacio & Alicia Nieves, Ma Luz Cortez,Roberto Arellano, Ana Moncion Lectores: Felicias Ayllon, Faustino Uribe Acolitos: Julieta, Carino Tornero, Teresa Barron, Melany Ponce Hospitalidad: Miguel,Hilario, & Agustin Dominguez,, Annuncion: Leonila Osorio, Isidro Fuentes

Dec. 12th Eucharistic Elizabeth Nault,Carol Rich, Keith Bryant Acolytes: Lectors Cheryl Benford, Larry Kastner Hospitality Lynn Hyatt, Mike Leach

Dec.13th Eucharistic

9:00 am English Mass

Fran Stark, Teresa Thornburg,Dorothy Hendrick, Joan Sloyan, Dr. Pincus Acolytes: Henry Sloyan, Georgia Smith Lectors: Dan Higgins, Tom Murphy Hospitality: Rosemary Chriscoe, Wayne Dawson, David Poupore

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+ 9:00 am Agueba Duenes – Marie Shandor +12:00 noon Spanish Mass Jesis Ortiz, req. Esperanza Medina Mon.30th + 8:15 Tom Hellwig req. Mary White Tues.Dec.1 No Mass – Rosary Group at 1:00 pm Wed. Dec.2 5:30 Confessions 6:00 pm Mass Thurs.Dec.3 +12:15 Maria Krasowski – Dr.Krasowski’s Mother Fri.Dec.4 +8:15 First Friday Jared Cox – Laurie Newsome’s Nephew Dec5 +4:00 pm HOLY SATURDAY Luz de Saavedra Mrs. Dulac’s Mother 6:00 pm Spanish

Cherub & Youth Choir 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, If you are interested Please come and sing for the Lord. 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 800-470-2230 or email at [email protected], or visit the web retrouvaille.org FORGIVENESS God forgives like a mother who kisses the offense into everlasting forgiveness. —Henry Ward Beecher

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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH

December 6, 2015

There are some Christmas Cards here in the office that have been paid for but not picked up. Please stop by the office and get them up. Knights of Columbus & Columbiettes P LEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL and have requested prayers:

Will be sponsoring a Christmas Party at CJ’s Res- Christopher Gardner, Grace Gizzi, Lillian Hazelwood taurant on Dec. 19th 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Tur- & Roamona Shepard, Ardist Holyfield , key & Ham dinner with all the fixin’s $7.00 per Robert Barker, Juan Romero, Colleen Greene, Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins Ralph Evans, adult 6 and under free. SANTA will be there Mary Evans, Jose Espiallet Clayton Rozsel & Ken and we ask whoever has children to bring a gift Jalgert, Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson, Larry for their Child or Children. Tickets will be on Thornburg, Sherwood Hamm, *********************** sale as of this week end. DEADLINE FOR SIGNING UP WILL BE 12/15. There is a sheet Military: Adolfo Angel Vasquez, Gustavo Pasillas, Matthew Bryant up for people to sign up and state how many are coming. If there is anyone you would like to add We will have a raffle of Cheese & Wine Basket. to the prayer list please calll the office &let us know. 336-629-0221 If anyone has any questions please contact anyPlease pray for all Deceased members of the Parish. one of the Knights or Jean in the office. Larry Thornburg our most recent Deceased member of the Parish, please pray for Teresa and Larry as well. Schedule for Holiday Masses Dec. 8th Immaculate Conception Vigil 7:00 Holy Day 8:15—12:15 & 7:00 pm

Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec. 12—Mass at 4pm in the Church and celebration to follow at the High School.

BIRTHDAY LIST Dec.8th Dec.9th Macias, Dec10 Dec.11 Dec.12 Dec.13 Dec.14

Christmas Eve. 5:30 pm & 12:00 Midnight Christmas Day 9:00 am & 12 Noon

Mirian Juarez, Emily Valdovinos Bridget Cornwall, Guadalupe Ciriiza, Emily Sjao;a A;ejo Va;dez. Angel Avila, Teresa Barron. Eliana Francisco, Carlos Jimenez, Leonardo Perez, Emily Estrada Macias, Neida Fiscal, Xavier, Gonzalez Mendoza, K Poh Lieiy Hot EdwinJesus Chavez, Gallegos, Maria Fuentes , Alexa Mendoza, Denisse Sanchez, Tanya Soto, Heather Stutts,

PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH

TODAY’S READINGS

First Reading — Stand on the heights, Jerusalem; see your children rejoicing that they are remembered by God. A merciful and just God leads Israel in joy (Baruch 5:1-9). Psalm — The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy (Psalm 126). Second Reading — May your love increase in knowledge to discern what is valuable that you may be blameless for the day of Christ (Philippians 1:4-6, 8-11). Gospel — John proclaims a baptism of repentance for

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Is 35:1-10; Ps 85:9-14; Lk 5:17-26 Gn 3:9-15, 20; Ps 98:1-4; Eph 1:3-6, 11-12 Lk 1:26-38 Wednesday: Is 40:25-31; Ps 103:1-4, 8, 10; Mt 11:2830 Thursday: Is 41:13-20; Ps 145:1, 9-13ab; Mt 11:11-15 Friday: Is 48:17-19; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mt 11:16-19 Saturday: Zec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab; Jdt 13:18bcde, 19; Lk 1:26-38 or Lk 1:39-47, or any readings from the Common of the Blessed Virgin Mary, nos. 707712

December 6,2015

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday:

Second Sunday of Advent;

Monday:

St. Ambrose;

Tuesday:

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin

ary

Wednesday: St. Juan Diego Friday: St. Damasus I Saturday:

Our Lady of

Monday: Tuesday:

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION By now, trees are beginning to appear in living rooms throughout the parish. To a complete outsider to our culture, it must seem an odd thing indeed. The “roots” of this custom are in liturgical drama: religious plays performed in the churches and town squares of medieval Europe. The favorite theme for this time of year was the “Paradise Play,” a dramatic history of the human race from the Garden of Eden to the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. The language and music varied from place to place, but one feature was always in place: a great tree decorated with apples. As a prop, it provided lots of material for the actors: the temptation, shelter for the manger, and a reminder of the wood of the cross. Soon people began to bring “paradise trees” into their homes, decorating them with gifts and lighted candles. Many Germans give credit to Martin Luther for transforming the “Paradise Tree” into the evergreen Christmas tree. Walking home on a starry Advent night, he was so awed by the beauty of the night that he hauled a pine tree inside and decorated it with lighted candles. Americans were holdouts. It took until 1856 for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to decriminalize Christmas decorations, the old Puritan dislikes falling before the waves of Irish and German immigrants with traditions firmly in hand!—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

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Advent The word Advent is from the Latin adventus for "coming" and is associated with the four weeks of preparation for Christmas. Advent always contains four Sundays, beginning on the Sunday nearest the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, (November 30) and continuing until December 24. It blends together a penitential spirit, very similar to Lent, a liturgical theme of preparation for the Second and Final Coming of the Lord, called the Parousia, and a joyful theme of getting ready for the Bethlehem event.Since the 900s Advent has been considered the beginning of the Church year. This does not mean that Advent is the most important time of the year. Easter has always had this honor. The traditional color of Advent is purple or violet which symbolizes the penitential spirit. Religious traditions associated with Advent express all these themes. The Advent Wreath represents the long time when people lived in spiritual darkness, waiting for the coming of the Messiah, the Light of the world. Each year in Advent people wait once again in darkness for the coming of the Lord, His historical coming in the mystery of Bethlehem, His final coming at the end of time, and His special coming in every moment of grace. Jesse TreeDuring Advent, biblical persons representing the

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Iglesia De San Jose

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Del escritorio del Padre Tradición Philip Kollithanath Cuando seguimos el camino espiritual católica tradicional somos advirtió en contra de nuestra tendencia instintiva por el afecto desenfrenadas. Todos sabemos que la inteligencia y afectar hay que ser prudente equilibrada y administrado de tal manera que las adicciones y apegos desordenados no podrán perturbar cualquier funcionamiento normal de nuestras facultades. Como decimos siempre, la virtud está en el medio. Cualquier extremo es anormal. Las personas maduras saben dónde encontrar el equilibrio. El proceso psicológico es muy simple. Deseo fuerte por algo va a perturbar la mente y la persona se vuelve incómodo. El orgullo y la codicia se volverán una persona inquieta. Una persona de corazón humilde disfrutará de la paz. Un hombre inmortificada es fácil caer en la tentación, tiene un espíritu débil, y es muy inclinado a las cosas sensuales. Es muy difícil para él de abstenerse de los deseos mundanos. Tales privaciones impulsarán lo triste. Una vez que sus impulsos se cumplen, se genera remordimiento y su conciencia se siente abrumado por la culpa o vergüenza por seguir sus pasiones que no le llevan a la paz que él pensaba que iba a alcanzar. La verdadera paz se puede encontrar en la resistencia a las pasiones y tentaciones, no en satisfacerlas. Es difícil disfrutar de la paz para una persona carnal y para una persona dada a las atracciones vanas. Es por esto que en la tradición católica la disciplina espiritual y devociones son importantes para todos. Una persona ferviente y espiritual goza de una paz real ,. Este pensamiento es muy real en la vida familiar y en los estilos de vida religiosa y sacerdotal. Cuando las personas no tienen la disciplina de las pasiones, que ceder a las numerosas oportunidades inmorales y destructivas que les rodean. Esto puede ser la infidelidad sexual, la pornografía, o un fuerte deseo de abuso de sustancias. Las personas casadas y célibes son víctimas de la exposición excesiva al digresiones sensuales. En esta era de gratificación instantánea muchos matrimonios se rompe debido a las afecciones desordenadas desarrollados fuera del contexto matrimonial. Cuando ellos reconocen el error, es demasiado tarde para retirarse y daño ya se inflige. Ejercicios espirituales regulares, la oración familiar y oraciones personales de forma regular, meditaciones y reflexiones de oración en la vida actual y en la salvación eterna son maneras fáciles para traer una cierta disciplina a nuestras vidas. Un examen frecuente de conciencia nos ayudará a reconocer nuestras pasiones e inclinaciones que son perjudiciales para nuestro estado de vida y nuestra salvación final. Si participamos en todos los días la Santa Misa que se inicia con una breve descripción, tales de nuestra vida y reconociendo nuestros fracasos antes de que el Señor nos dará la gracia que necesitamos para resistir las tentaciones y limpiar nuestras vidas y seguir el camino correcto. El Adviento es un tiempo para un enfoque tan especial en nuestra santidad. Que Dios los bendiga a todos.

Caballeros de Colón y Squires Cualquier católicos masculina de 18 años y más que puedan estar interesados en formar parte de los Caballeros, por favor póngase en contacto con Steve Gage al 307-318-7736. Todos los hombres de la parroquia son bienvenidos a unirse

SQUIRES: se reunirá cada segundo domingo del mes después de la misa 16:00.

Querubín y Coro Juvenil buscando a los niños a unirse a nosotros en el canto a la práctica Señor .Cherub Coro todos los viernes a las 6 pm y el Coro Juvenil a las 7:00 pm, si usted está interesado por favor venga y únase a nosotros.

Iglesia De San Jose

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December 6,2015

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA

Lunes: Rom 10:9-18; Sal 19 (18):8-11; Mt 4:18-22 Martes: Is 11:1-10; Sal 72 (71):1-2, 7-8, 12-13, 17; Lc 10:21-24 Miércoles:Is 25:6-10a; Sal 23 (22):1-6; Mt 15:29-37 Jueves: Is 26:1-6; Sal 118 (117):1, 8-9, 19-21, 25-27a; Mt 7:21, 24-27 Viernes: Is 29:17-24; Sal 27 (26):1, 4, 13-14; Mt 9:27-31 Sábado: Is 30:19-21, 23-26; Sal 147 (146):1-6; Mt 9:35 — 10:1, 5a, 6-8 Domingo: Bar 5:1-9; Sal 126:1-6; Fil 1:4-6, 8-11; Lc 3:1-6

LECTURAS DE HOY Primera lectura — Sube a la altura, Jerusalén; contempla a tus hijos gozosos porque Dios se acordó de ellos. Un Dios misericordioso y justo guía a Israel con alegría (Baruc 5:1-9). Salmo — Grandes cosas has hecho por nosotros, Señor (Salmo 126 [125]). Segunda Lectura — Que su amor siga creciendo más y más y se traduzca en un mayor conocimiento y discernimiento de lo que vale la pena para que lleguen irreprochables al día de Cristo (Filipenses 1:4-6, 8-11 Evangelio — Juan proclama un bautismo de arrepentimiento para el perdón de los pecados. Todos podrán ver la salvación de Dios (Lucas 3:1-6)

VÍSTETE DE GOZO

Domingo: Segundo Domingo de Adviento; Januká comienza al atardecer Hoy Baruc nos habla del esplendor que se acerca para la ciudad de Jerusa- Lunes: San Ambrosio; lén y para todos nosotros, sea donde fuere nuestro hogar. Despójate de conflicDía para Recordar Pearl Harbor tos, nos dice, y vístete de gozo. Como una vieja cobija favorita, el gozo nos que- Martes: La Inmaculada Concepción de da a la medida, y qué bien nos mantiene calientes, por muy frío que sople el la Virgen viento. Pablo sabe de ese María gozo cuando escribe su carta a los filipenses, orando para que crezcan en su Miércoles: San Juan Diego habilidad de discernir lo que es bueno y justo. Y Lucas nos habla de Juan, el Viernes: San Dámaso que fue anunciado por Isaías y que canta una canción parecida: “Preparen el camino del Señor” pues la salvación está al llegar.

Hombre adelantado a su época, Baruc se pasó la vida alegremente esperando una gloria lejana. En este segundo Domingo de Adviento, Pablo y Juan saben que esta gloria se acerca.

Sábado:

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE En 1726, Juan de la Cruz (1542-1591) fue canonizado por el Papa Benito XIII. Nació en la región de Castilla en España, este doctor de la Iglesia junto con Teresa de Ávila fue reformador de la Orden Carmelita. Muchas órdenes religiosas del siglo XV sufrieron grandes decadencias. Por eso mientras los Protestantes se separaban de la Iglesia, los religiosos descalzos, recoletos y observantes buscaban reformar órdenes religiosas, como la Orden de la Bienaventurada Virgen María del Monte Carmelo, uniéndose siempre más a la Iglesia Romana. Para los reformadores católicos quedarse en la Iglesia no fue fácil, ¡sin embargo se quedaron! Aunque sus reformas fueron apoyadas por los Papas, muchos de ellos como Juan de la Cruz tuvieron que aguantar muchas oposiciones y persecuciones para lograr sus reformas. Estas reformas ardían con el deseo de amar bien a Cristo Jesús y a su cuerpo que es la Iglesia. En sus poesías, Juan de la Cruz muestra la fuerza de esta llama de amor vivo a pesar de la oscuridad de la noche que no lo deja encontrar al amante (Dios). —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

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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