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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 Randolph County area, may we invite you to register as a member of the parish? Registration forms are available in Parking Lot Vestibule or call the office 336-692-0221

512 West Wainman Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203 Ph: 336-629-0221 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.stjoenc.org

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 Holy Days: 7:00pm Vigil / 8:15am, 12:15pm,

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

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ May 29, 2016 As often as you eat this bread and drink the cup,you proclaim the death of the Lord until he comes.-- 1 Corinthians 11:26

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From the desk of Father Philip Being truthful is very important in the Catholic Tradition. The revelation of Truth brings real happiness. It is common knowledge that our opinions and senses often deceive us because we discern very little. Our ignorance of many silly matters will not be held against us at the Judgement Day. Many a time we neglect necessary and spiritually profitable things and waste time with undue concern regarding irrelevant and harmful things. It is true that we have eyes but do not see! We do not have to worry about any philosophical erudition. One to whom the Eternal Word speaks is free from theorizing. This Word is the source of all knowledge. Without this word no person understands or judges aright. To ease the heart and remain at peace with God one has to trace all things to it and see all things in it. Until we become focused on God we are frequently wearied by many things we hear and read. God is the Truth and we must constantly pray to God to make us one with Him in love everlasting. The more recollected we become, the simpler our heart is, the easier we understand sublime things because such a person receives knowledge from above. When we do all things for the honor of God we will not be distracted by many labors and will become pure, simple and steadfast. Then the person will enjoy interior peace and will not seek selfish end. Such a prudent person knows that uncontrolled desires of the heart will give trouble and affliction. A devout person plans things not according to the whims of evil inclination but according to the dictates of right reason. Our catholic spiritual tradition encourages us to conquer self, become stronger each day, and advance in virtue. Being truthful is knowing our limits and remaining open to God the Absolute Truth. Every perfection in this life has some imperfection mixed with it. Every learning has some darkness attached to it. Humble knowledge of self is surer path to God than ardent pursuit of learning. We must always prefer a clean conscience and a virtuous life. Mostly people try to become learned rather than live well. We spend lots of time discussing problems whereas to reduce scandals, evil, and laxity in religious organizations, we must focus on uprooting vices and implanting virtues. On the day of Judgement we will be asked not what we have learned but what we have done, not how well we have spoken but how well we have lived.It is very common that famous scholars and personalities are ignored once they are replaced by new hires. Those who considered themselves as something while in office, now they are seldom remembered. The glory of the world is very short lived. Many so called smart people perish because of vain worldly knowledge and too little care for serving God. They are vain in their own conceits because they chose to be great rather than humble. To be great we have to have charity and humility. To be truly wise we have to look at earthly things as folly that we may gain Christ. One who does God’s will and renounces one’s own is truly very learned, truthful about oneself and oriented to the Absolute Truth, God. We must promote this virtuous pursuit in our children. God bless you all.

Sacrament 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

St. Joseph Catholic Church

May 29, 2016

WEEKLY OFFERINGS Report for week end of May 22,2016

MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF 05/29

Sun. 29th 9:00 am English Mass 12:00 noon Spanish Needed: _________________$ 312,000.00 4:00 pm Youth Mass—Albert Hodges for favors Year to Date ___________$ 235,696.00 rec’d from St. Joseph Over/Under ___________ $ (69,022.00) May 30th No Mass May 31st Tues. No Mass—Doors of Total Goal: $1,500,000.00 Mercy 10:00 am and Rosary Group 1:00 pm June 1st No Mass Raised: $1,500,000.00 June 2nd 12:15 Thurs. Mass June 3rd 8:15 First Friday Mass and Adoration FATHER’S DAY It is time to think of FATHER’S DAY. June 4th 12:00 noon Misael Nerisuarez We are going to compile a booklet for Father’s Day in memory of or 1:00 pm Quinceanera Joaane Mondragon in honor of our fathers or men in our lives who are dear to us. 4:00 pm English Mass Offertory _______________$

5,718.00

There will be sign-up sheets at each door. You can have the person or persons name listed in the booklet for a fee of $2.00 each name or an appropriate donation.. Profits will go to the Building Fund.

MOTHER’S DAY BOOKLETS ARE ON THE TABLE IN BACK OF CHURCH HELP YOURSELF.

BIRTHDAY LIST 5/26 5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/30 5/31

Katherine Garcia, Ruben Toledo Mondragon, Pedro Jaimes , Ana Jasmine Perez , Gina Barton, Cynthia Gage, Sara Post Agustin Arellano, Alondra Rosado, Fabiola Tumbelaka Diego Ortiz, Keith Bryant, Fernando Bolanos, Diego Ortiz Juan Rodriguez,

June 1st Ana Marie Hurtado, Colleen Mitchell, Francisco Mendoza , Jennifer Vasquez Romero 6/2 Christian Arellano, Luis Armando Dominguez, Christopher Leon, Jenny Roman, Cremilda Senra, Tayanare Uscacanga 6/3 J. Santos Alvarado-Garay, Santos Banuelos, Mary Beth McAvoy,Daisy Pacheco, Keith Pinson, 6/4 Faustina Amaro, Maria Fernandez, Maria Fiscal Salinas

Have a very Happy & Blessed Birthday For those who were not mentioned please let me know.. .

Liturgical Ministers for Spanish 6/4/16 Saturday Eucaristia: Silverio Sanchez, Maria Sanchez, Gustavo Ruiz, Ana Ruis, Juanita Flores Lectores Olga Avila, Valentin Corona, Maria Plata Hospitalidad Alandra Corona, Nicolasa ominguez, Juan Garcia,Brayan Martinez 06/05/16 Sunday Eucaristia: Jose &Altagracia Grullon,Jose Flores, Blanca Castro, Mria Xinaxtle Lectores Kenia & Jose Frias Announcios: Francisca Muro, Manuela Torres, Acolitos: Tania Soto,Jessica & Jaquy Palma,Teresa Barron Hospitalidad : Blanca & Natalia Avila, Lisbel Dominguez

6/04 /16 Sat. English Schedule for Liturgical Ministers Lectors: Michael Leach, Larry Kastner Eucharistic: Marty Hornyak, Libby Nault Hospitality: Lynn Hyatt , Mike Leach

6/05/16 Acolytes: Lector: Eucharistic:

David Appel, Henry Sloyan Joan Sloyan, Ruth Scanlan Lynn Herbert, , Teresa Thornburg, Pat Knudsen, Rosemary, Chriscoe , Dr.Pincus Hospitality: Rosemary Chriscoe, David Poupore ,Georgia McCollom,Wayne Dawson,

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

May 29 2016

PLEASE TAKE MOMENT TO PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL & our

The Knights are looking for some men to join the young men serving our country Knights of Columbus . They meet once a month and and have requested prayers: do projects to help out with Church needs and other programs. If you would like to get more information Christopher Gardner, Grace Gizzi, Lillian Hazelwood & please call Steve Gage at 301-318-7736 or Chuck Lyon Roamona Shepard, Ardist Holyfield, Colleen Greene, Flora at 336-267-6419

******************* Squires meet every 2nd Sunday of the month after the 4 pm Mass. Any young male Youths interested, Please call Chuck Lyon at 336-267-6419 or come to the meetings. DOORS OF MERCY EXPLORING GOD’S COVENENT WITH YOU If you I want to understand God and His mercy more than you do today, or if you’d like to understand how God’s justice relates to God’s mercy, or sometimes you know that don’t offer mercy to others when you could, and you’d like to better understand God’s covenant with you…..then this is the program for YOU!!If you have questions or comments, please call Patti Knudsen (336 209-8327)

Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins Ralph Evans, , Jose Espiallet Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson, Monica Smith, Patrick Guarion, Raphael Guriel , Josephina Arellano, Kathleen Woelbl, , Laurie Wills,

Military: Adolfo Angel Vasquez, Matthew Bryant 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.Please pray for all deceased members of the parish.

WOMEN’S MINI RETREAT

Fr.Bob Ferris is going to have a mini retreat for the Women of the Parish on June 11th from 10 am to 3 pm All women are invited. We need to have some kind of count so Fr. Bob will know what to prepare for, This retreat is sponsored by the Columbiettes.

We will serve lunch at noon and continue the retreat until 3 pm . There will be sign up sheet near the cry room door .

Annual Knights of Columbus youth & family camping trip will be on June 24th to 26th. Registration fee is $10.00. To be paid prior to date. Cut off date for registering is June 15th. Father will be offering mass on Sat. evening. Contact Chuck Lyon at 336-267-6419 or Steve Gage 301-318-7736. Sign up sheets are on door near cry room.

BOX TOPS: Please bring in your BOX TOPS for the Sisters who run the Academy TOTUS TUUS REGISTR@TION for Pre-Schoolers. You can put Rising 7 – 12 Grade: them in the mail slot of the office Sunday, June 26 – Thursday, June 30 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm door. Thank you Rising 1 – 6 Grade: Monday, June 27 – Friday, July 1 for your help. 9:00 am – 2:30 pm Bring a packed lunch th

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MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER Let Jesus feed your marriage by attending an upcoming Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends are: Sep 30-Oct 2, 2016 in Myrtle Beach, SC and Nov 4-6, 2016 in Atlantic Beach, NC. Early sign up is recommended. For more information visit our website at: http:// NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us at [email protected] or 704-315-2144.

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TODAY’S READING First Reading — Melchizedek, the king of Salem and a priest of God Most High, brought out bread and wine and blessed Abram (Genesis 14:18-20). Psalm — You are a priest forever, in the line of Melchizedek (Psalm 110). Second Reading — Paul gives his description of the institution of the Eucharist (1 Corinthians 11:23-26). Gospel — Jesus speaks to the crowd about the kingdom of God and then feeds them with five loaves and two fish (Luke 9:11b-17).

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: 2 Pt 1:2-7; Ps 91:1-2, 14-16; Mk 12:1-2 Tuesday: Zep 3:14-18 or Rom 12:9-16; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Lk 1:39-56 Wednesday:2 Tm 1:1-3, 6-12; Ps 123:1b-2; Mk 12:18-27 Thursday: 2 Tm 2:8-15; Ps 25:4-5ab, 8-10, 14; Mk 12:28b-34 Friday: Ez 34:11-16; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5b-11; Lk 15:3-7 Saturday: 2 Tm 4:1-8; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd; Lk 2:41-51 Sunday: 1 Kgs 17:17-24; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13; Gal 1:11-19; Lk 7:11-17

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION Once the early Christians realized that Christ’s coming in glory was delayed, there was a need to provide for the governance and everyday needs of the church. The various “orders” within the church carried forward the apostles’ ministry, but also allowed for a measure of creativity. The sacrament we call “holy orders” evolved somewhat slowly. At first, it made sense for Christians to use the forms they knew, adapting them to new situations. Synagogues, for example, were administered by a board of “elders,” translated into Greek as presbyteros. We know from the Acts of the Apostles that a system of presbyters was a normal feature of church life from earliest days. They stood in relationship to another order, that of “overseers,” translated into Greek as episkopos, giving us the English “bishops.” The bishop was the shepherd, the faithful tender of the flock, one who offered the Eucharist, forgave sins, and maintained the bond of charity. Just as the deacons were the chief advisers for the charitable life of the church, so were the presbyters meant to advise the bishop on the spiritual life of the faithful. They were trusted advisers at first, not pastors or priests as we understand those terms today.—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

PROTECTING GOD’S CHILDREN:

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES

MANDATORY FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS WHO DEAL WITH THE CHILDREN OF THE PARISH.

Sunday:

SPANISH CLASS IS ON JUNE 17th FROM 7-9 PM ENGLISH CLASS IS ON JUNE 24 th FROM 7-9 PM SIGN UP SHEETS NEAR CRY ROOM DOOR.

Monday:

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Ninth Week in Ordinary Time; Memorial Day Tuesday: The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Wednesday: St. Justin Thursday: Ss. Marcellinus and Peter Friday: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus; First Friday Saturday: The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary; First Saturday

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Del escritorio del Padre Felipe Ser honesto es muy importante en la tradición católica. La revelación de la verdad trae la verdadera felicidad. Es de conocimiento común que nuestras opiniones y los sentidos nos engañan a menudo porque discernimos muy poco. Nuestra ignorancia de muchas cuestiones tontas, no se llevará a cabo en contra de nosotros en el día del juicio. Muchas veces descuidamos las cosas necesarias y rentables espiritualmente y perder el tiempo con una preocupación excesiva con respecto a cosas irrelevantes y perjudiciales. Es cierto que tenemos los ojos, pero no vemos! No tenemos que preocuparnos acerca de cualquier erudición filosófica. Uno de los que habla la Palabra Eterna está libre de teorizar. Esta Palabra es la fuente de todo conocimiento. Sin esta palabra ninguna persona entiende o juzga rectamente. Para aliviar el corazón y permanecer en paz con Dios uno tiene que rastrear todas las cosas a ella y ver todas las cosas en él. Hasta llegar a ser centrado en Dios con frecuencia se nos cansamos por muchas cosas que oímos y leemos. Dios es la verdad y hay que orar constantemente a Dios para hacernos uno con Él en el amor eterno. Cuanto más recolectaron nos volvemos, más simple es nuestro corazón, más fácil entender que las cosas sublimes, porque tal persona recibe el conocimiento de lo alto. Cuando hacemos todas las cosas por el honor de Dios, no vamos a distraer con muchos trabajos y se convertirá en pura, simple y firme. A continuación, la persona va a disfrutar de la paz interior y no buscará fin egoísta. Tal persona prudente sabe que los deseos incontrolados del corazón van a dar problemas y aflicciones. Una persona devota planea las cosas no de acuerdo a los caprichos de inclinación al mal, pero de acuerdo con los dictados de la recta razón. Nuestra tradición espiritual católica nos anima a la conquista de uno mismo, ser más fuerte cada día, y avanzar en la virtud. Ser honesto es conocer nuestros límites y que permanece abierto a Dios la Verdad Absoluta. Cada perfección en esta vida tiene alguna imperfección mezclado con él. Cada aprendizaje tiene algo de oscuridad que se le atribuye. humilde conocimiento de uno mismo es más seguro camino para Dios que la búsqueda ardiente de aprendizaje. Siempre hay que preferir una conciencia limpia y una vida virtuosa. Sobre todo la gente tratan de convertirse aprendido en lugar de vivir bien. Pasamos mucho tiempo discutiendo problemas mientras que para reducir escándalos, mal, y la laxitud en las organizaciones religiosas, que debe centrarse en el desarraigo vicios y virtudes del implante. En el día del Juicio estaremos no se le preguntó lo que hemos aprendido, pero lo que hemos hecho, no lo bien que hemos hablado, pero lo bien que hemos lived.It es muy común que los académicos y personalidades famosas se pasan por alto una vez que sean sustituidos por nuevos AVIS. Aquellos que se consideraban como algo mientras que en la oficina, ahora rara vez son recordados. La gloria del mundo es de muy corta duración. Muchos de los llamados inteligentes personas perecen debido conocimiento del mundo vano y demasiado poco de cuidado para servir a Dios. Son vanas en su propia opinión, ya que eligieron para ser grande en lugar de humilde. Ser grande que tenemos que tener caridad y humildad. Para ser verdaderamente sabia que tenemos que mirar las cosas terrenales como la locura que podamos ganar a Cristo. El que hace la voluntad de Dios y renuncia a la propia es verdaderamente muy culto, la verdad sobre uno mismo y orientado a la Verdad Absoluta, Dios. Debemos promover su persecución virtuoso en nuestros hijos. Dios los bendiga a todos.

BOX TOPS: Por favor traiga en su Box Tops para las hermanas que dirige la Academia para preescolares. Usted puede poner en la ranura del buzón de la puerta de la oficina. Gracias por tu ayuda.

El aumento de 7º - 12º Grado: TOTO TUUS Domingo por, 26 de de junio de - Jueves 30 de de junio de 19:00-21:00 El aumento de primero hasta sexto grado: Lunes por, 27 de de junio de - el viernes, 1 ª de julio de 09 a.m.-02:30 pmTrae un almuerzo para llevar (Habrá abandono temprano de despegue disponible)

DÍA DEL PADRE Es hora de pensar en el Día del Padre en memoria y honor de nuestros padres u hombres en nuestra vida a quien queremos mucho. Tendremos una hoja en cada puerta de la iglesia para que escriban sus nombres y contribuyan con $2 por cada nombre o pueden hacer la donación que ustedes deseen. La colección de este dinero será destinada a los fondos para la construcción de na nueva iglesia.

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Lectures de Hoy

Primera lectura — Melquisedec, el rey de Salem y sacerdote del Dios Altísimo, sacó pan y vino y bendijo a Abram (Génesis 14:18-20). Salmo — Tú eres sacerdote para siempre (Salmo 110 [109]). Segunda lectura — Pablo da su descripción de la institución de la Eucaristía (1 Corintios 11:23-26) Evangelio — Jesús habla a la multitud sobre el reino de Dios y luego la alimenta con cinco panes y dos pescados (Lucas 9:11b-17)

LECTURAS DE LA SALMANA Lunes: 2 Pe 1:2-7; Sal 91 (90):1-2, 14-16; Mc 12:1-2 Martes: Sof 3:14-18 o Rom 12:9-16; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Lc 1:39-56 Miércoles:2 Tm 1:1-3, 6-12; Sal 123 (122):1b-2; Mc 12:18-27 Jueves: 2 Tm 2:8-15; Sal 25 (24):4-5ab, 8-10, 14; Mc 12:28b-34 Viernes: Ez 34:11-16; Sal 23 (22):1-6; Rom 5:5b-11; Lc 15:3-7 Sábado: 2 Tm 4:1-8; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd; Lc 2:41-51 Domingo: 1 Re 17:17-24; Sal 30 (29):2, 4-6, 11-13;

LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES Domingo: Lunes: Martes: Miércoles: Jueves: Viernes: Sábado:

El Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo Novena Semana del Tiempo Ordinario; Día de los Caídos Visitación de la Santísima Virgen María San Justino Santos Marcelino y Pedro El Sagrado Corazón de Jesús; Primer viernes El Inmaculado Corazón de María; Primer sábado

************************************** TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Perú tiene más de 3000 fiestas cada año, normalmente en torno al santo patrón de algún pueblo. La celebración de Corpus Christi es celebrada en todo el país. Pero es más llamativa en Cusco. Durante el día se escucha el repique de María Angola, la campana más grande de todo Perú, que existe desde el siglo XVI. La celebración incluye una procesión con quince santos y vírgenes del siglo XVII, que vienen desde sus santuarios hasta la barroca Catedral de Cusco para honrar el Cuerpo de Jesús. Estas imágenes son cargadas por la plaza de armas antes de llegar a la catedral donde se quedarán hasta el octavo día. Según los peruanos los santos y vírgenes pasan las siete noches platicando con el Señor de los temblores, bromeando y planificando el año que viene para sus parroquias. El último día los santos y vírgenes regresan a sus santuarios con otra procesión. Estas dos procesiones nos recuerdan que por mucho que los latinoamericanos amemos y veneremos a los santos y vírgenes reconocemos que tanto ellos como nosotros están al servicio de Cristo Jesús.—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

*********************************** PROTECCIÓN los hijos de Dios: Obligatorio para todos los voluntarios que hacer frente a los niños de la parroquia. CLASE DE ESPAÑOL ES El 17 de junio de 7-9 pm INGLÉS clase es el 24 de Junio de 7-9 pm

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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