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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: 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-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 18, 2015 Through his suffering, my servant shall justify many. -- Isaiah 53:11b



From the Desk of Fr. Philip Kollithanath

October 18,2015

Pope Leo XIII personally started the practice of designating October to the Ro-

sary devotion. In a letter of September 1, 1883, mindful of the Rosary's power to strengthen faith and foster a life of virtue, he outlined the triumphs of the Rosary in past times and admonished the faithful to dedicate the month of October to the Blessed Virgin through the daily recitation of her Rosary in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament, in order to obtain through her intercession the grace that God would console and defend His Church in her sufferings. History of the Rosary Since the Rosary is composed, principally and in substance, of the prayer of Christ and the Angelic Salutation, that is, the Our Father and the Hail Mary, it was without doubt the first prayer and the principal devotion of the faithful and has been in use all through the centuries, from the time of the apostles and disciples down to the present. It was only in the year 1214, however, that the Church received the Rosary in its present form and according to the method we use today. It was given to the Church by St. Dominic, who had received it from the Blessed Virgin as a means of converting the Albigensians and other sinners. Saint Dominic, seeing that the gravity of people's sins was hindering the conversion of the Albigensians, withdrew into a forest near Toulouse, where he prayed continuously for three days and three nights. During this time he did nothing but weep and do harsh penances in order to appease the anger of God. He used his discipline so much that his body was lacerated, and finally he fell into a coma. At this point our Lady appeared to him, accompanied by three angels, and she said, "Dear Dominic, do you know which weapon the Blessed Trinity wants to use to reform the world?" "Oh, my Lady," answered Saint Dominic, "you know far better than I do, because next to your Son Jesus Christ you have always been the chief instrument of our salvation." Then our Lady replied, "I want you to know that, in this kind of warfare, the principal weapon has always been the Angelic Psalter, which is the foundation-stone of the New Testament. Therefore, if you want to reach these hardened souls and win them over to God, preach my Psalter." So he arose, comforted, and burning with zeal for the conversion of the people in that district, he made straight for the cathedral. At once unseen angels rang the bells to gather the people together, and Saint Dominic began to preach. At the very beginning of his sermon, an appalling storm broke out, the earth shook, the sun was darkened, and there was so much thunder and lightning that all were very much afraid. Even greater was their fear when, looking at a picture of our Lady exposed in a prominent place, they saw her raise her arms to heaven three times to call down God's vengeance upon them if they failed to be converted, to amend their lives, and seek the protection of the holy Mother of God. God wished, by means of these supernatural phenomena, to spread the new devotion of the holy Rosary and to make it more widely known. At last, at the prayer of Saint Dominic, the storm came to an end, and he went on preaching. So fervently and compellingly did he explain the importance and value of the Rosary that almost all the people of Toulouse embraced it and renounced their false beliefs. In a very short time a great improvement was seen in the town; people began leading Christian lives and gave up their former bad habits. ( curtsey to the web) October Rosary Devotion is very active all over the Catholic World. In addition to the daily rosary in their homes, almost all families join their church celebration of 10 days Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, mostly after the Holy Mass. The present happenings in the world reminds us of the importance of Rosary every day. Queen of the most holy Rosary Pray for us.

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. Any questions, please contact Jason Kroeger at 336-629-0221

October 18,2015

Parish of St. Joseph


WEEKLY OFFERINGS Weekly Offerings: Offertory: $ Year to Date._______________ $ Needed___________________ $ Under/over _______________ $


5,819.00 76,029.00 97,500.00 (21,471.00)


Raised: $1,442,575.20

Oct. 24th 6 pm


Eucharistic: Maria Luisa Torres, Salvador Flores, Rosalinda Gaeta,Francisco Palma, Lucia Flores Hospitalidad Jose Flores, Antonia Ramos, Victor Rodriguez, Carlos Leon Acolitos Teresa Barron, Isack & Luis Martinez, Samantha Garcia Lectoros: Dolores Torros, Felicitas Aviles, Migues Dominguez

Oct. 25

12:00 noon Mass


Bonifacio & Alicia Nieves, Ana Moncion, Guadalupe Alejo, Jose Flores Lectores: Leonila Osorio, Patricia Palacios Hospitalid Hiliario , Miguel & Agustin Dominguez Acolitos: Teresa Barron, Edyardo, Orlando Martinez, Jenny Vasquez Annuncios : Leonila Osorio

ENGLISH 4:00 pm Mass Acolytes: Lectors Eucharistic Hospitality



Jenna Michael Leach, Cheryl Benford Marty Hornyak, Keith Bryant , Jean Hyatt Mike Leach,

9:00 am English Mass 10/25/2015 Acolytes: Henry & Joseph Sloyan Lectors: Joan Sloyan Dan Higgins Eucharistic: Dr.Pincus Tom Murphy, Teresa Thornburg, Fran Stark Hospitality: Wayne Dawson, , Georgia Mc Collom, Ron Stark

4:00 pm English Mass 6:00 pm Spanish Mass 10/18 9 am Deceased Knight of Columbus 10/19 8:15 Mass 10/20 No Mass—Bible Study at 10:00 am and Rosary at 1:00 pm 10/21 5:30 Confessions 6:00 pm Mass 10/22 12:15 Mass 10/23 8:15 Mass 10/24 4:00 pm English 6:00 pm Spanish ************************** 17th Sat. Noon Baptism Melany Encisco & Nolan Howard 24th Sat Noon 3 yr. Presentation Christopher Gutierrez 1:00 pm Quinceanera Alejandra Sandoval

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 join us. COLUMBIETTES:

The Trip to St. Lawrence Basilica is all set—The Bus leaves here at 6 am—so please be here by 5:45 The Bus driver will stop if anyone wants breakfast.



October 18, 2015

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

Knights of Columbus & Squires Any Catholic male 18 yrs & over who may be interested in joining the Knights, please contact Steve Gage at 307318-7736. All the men of the parish are welcome to join *************** SQUIRES: Will meet every 2nd Sunday of the month after the 4pm mass.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS CONGRATULATIONS: To Michael Russell who won the Motorcycle class raffle held last month. The Class would normally cost $295.00 .Knights will be sponsoring a: ALL SAINTS COSTUME PARTY FOR OUR YOUTH Children may dress up as a saint or a religious theme or they do not have to dress it is up to the child. NOV.1ST after the 9 am Mass. also They will be taking orders for CHRISTMAS TREES, WREATHS AND GARLAND starting Nov. 1st. Help them make this Fund Raiser a success.


All certificates are ready, if you would like to pick them up, during office hours 8am —5 pm Monday thru Friday, or call the office and we can arrange for you to pick them up at a different time. ******************

YOUTH GROUP ACTIVITIES; October 4th Youth Night Oct. 18th Youth Night October trip to the Sister’s Convent to be announced.

PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL and have requested prayers: Christopher Gardner, Grace Gizzi, Lillian Hazelwood & Roamona Shepard, Ardist Holyfield , Robert Barker, Juan Romero, Maryann Gardner Colleen Greene, Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins Ralph Evans, Mary Evans,Jose Espiallet Clayton Rozsel & Ken Jalgert, Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson, Larry Thornburg, Sherwood Hamm, ************************


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 Please pray for all Deceased members of the Parish.

BIRTHDAY LIST Oct.19th 10/19 Michael Alba, Maricela Dominguez, Alejandra Morales, Tayde Sanchez Gonzalez, Yaneth Vasquez Avila 10/22 Ana Moncion, Charles Lathe, Lizette Tornero, Jolanta Stobnicki 10/23 Diana Aviiiiles, Crisanta Beitzel, Lillian Hazelwood, 10/24 Aurelio Juarez, Eleazar Mejia, Ana Morales, Jose Osorio, Anabella Perez, Catherine Hamm 10/25 Lucinda Gomez, Pedro Ortiz, Jose Rivera, 10/26 Ralph Evans, Dorothy McCleary, Eduardo Perez, Kevin Valdovinos



First Reading — My servant shall justify many, and their guilt he shall bear (Isaiah 53:10-11). 

October 18,2015



Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time; World Mission Sunday

Monday: Ss. John de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, Psalm — Lord, let your mercy be on us, as we place and Companions our trust in you (Psalm 33).                                                                                                                                                                                                                Tuesday: St. Paul of the Cross  Second Reading — Let us confidently approach the throne of grace to receive mercy and to find grace for Thursday: St. John Paul II timely help (Hebrews 4:14-16).     Friday: St. John of Capistrano Gospel — Whoever wishes to be first among you will be the slave of all (Mark 10:35-45 [42-45]). Saturday: St. Anthony Mary Claret; Blessed Virgin Mary


Rom 4:20-25; Lk 1:69-75; Lk 12:13-21


Rom 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21; Ps 40:7-10, 17; Lk 12:35-38 Wednesday: Rom 6:12-18; Ps 124:1b-8; Lk 12:39-48 Thursday: Rom 6:19-23; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 12:49-53 Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

Rom 7:18-25a; Ps 119:66, 68, 76-77, 93-94; Lk 12:54-59 Rom 8:1-11; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 13:1-9 Jer 31:7-9; Ps 126:1-6; Heb 5:1-6; Mk 10:46-52

WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE Allow God to strengthen, renew and rekindle your marriage sacrament so that it can flourish and reflect his love. The Next WorldWide Marriage Encounter weekends are Nov. 6-8, 2015 In Atlantic Beach, NC and Feb. 5-7th 2016 in Asheville, NC. Early sign up is highly recommended . For more information visit our website at or contact us at [email protected] or 704-315-2144

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 redisTREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION cover each other and examine your lives together in a The Irish are rightly tired of being the subject of jokes about guilt. In new and positive way. This program has helped couples fact, it is from the Celtic church that the whole experience of reconciliation in our tradition was creatively rescued and revived. The Irish experiencing all levels of marital difficulty, even those in church was unique in its origins, not so much organized around dio- deep misery. For confidential information call ceses, but around monasteries. Aspects of religious community life 800-470-2230 or email at [email protected], or readily spilled over into ordinary gatherings of the faithful, including the way people looked at sin and applied remedies. Unlike the public visit the web www nature of canonical penance, the Irish method was linked to a kind of mentoring process they called “soul friending.” Just as young novice monks might find a mentor in the wisdom of a senior guide, so did a way of penance open up to ordinary folks. Monks were accustomed to frequent confession of faults to the abbot or mentor, who would suggest penances. In time, abbots with a certain flair for this began to share lists of sins and corresponding “tariffs” with others. Some of these books survive, and provide a hair raising view of long ago sins like cattle rustling, and a great deal of self correction involving dips in icy streams and rolling about in thickets of thorns. After the penance was performed, the penitent returned to the confessor, and in a private act marked by the laying on of hands, or perhaps a kiss of the altar, the sinner was restored.

Irish monks were committed travelers, and their methods were widely copied. We might say that they saved a sacrament, but at the expense of shifting attention to the sins of the individual and away from the actions of the reconciling community. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co. .

God’s work of salvation is the focus of this weekend’s readings. From the prophetic event of Isaiah to Jesus’ understanding of the human condition in Hebrews, concluding with Jesus paying our ransom in Mark, God is in control. There may be failings and misunderstandings along the way. We may move away from God, but at our conversion, God leads us back. Like James and John, we may let greed and power blur our vision of what Jesus wants us to know about the Kingdom; but tirelessly we are taught and re-taught what life in the Kingdom will be. Jesus has paid our ransom to ensure that we will share in the Kingdom. It is not unusual to think of Jesus’ ransom as a punishment that he endured. However, it is more accurate, and more like Jesus, for us to recognize ransom as God’s gift to us.Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.


Iglesia De San Jose

October 18, 2015

DEL ESCRITORIO DE FR. PHILIP El Papa León XIII inició personalmente la práctica de designar octubre a la devoción del Rosario. En una carta de 1 de septiembre de 1883, consciente del poder del Rosario para fortalecer la fe y fomentar una vida de virtud, esbozó los triunfos del Rosario en tiempos pasados y amonestó a los fieles a dedicar el mes de octubre a la Santísima Virgen a través de la recitación diaria de su Rosario en presencia del Santísimo Sacramento, con el fin de obtener por su intercesión la gracia que Dios iba a consolar y defender su Iglesia en sus sufrimientos. Historia del Rosario Desde Rosario se compone, principalmente, y en cuanto al fondo, de la oración de Cristo y de la salutación angélica, es decir, el Padre Nuestro y el Ave María, fue dudan sin la primera oración y el director de la devoción de los fieles y ha estado en uso durante todo el largo de los siglos, desde la época de los apóstoles y discípulos hacia abajo hasta el presente. No fue hasta el año 1214, sin embargo, que la Iglesia recibió el Rosario en su forma actual y de acuerdo con el método que utilizamos hoy en día. Se le ha dado a la Iglesia por Santo Domingo, que había recibido de la Santísima Virgen como un medio para la conversión de los albigenses y otros pecadores. Santo Domingo, ya que la gravedad de los pecados de la gente estaba impidiendo la conversión de los albigenses, se retiró a un bosque cerca de Toulouse, donde rezó continuamente durante tres días y tres noches. Durante este tiempo él no hacía más que llorar y hacer penitencias severas con el fin de apaciguar la ira de Dios. Utilizó su disciplina tanto que su cuerpo estaba lacerada, y finalmente cayó en coma. En este punto, la Virgen se le apareció, acompañado por tres ángeles, y ella dijo: "Estimado Dominic, ¿sabes qué arma la Santísima Trinidad quiere usar para reformar el mundo?" "Oh, mi señora," respondió Santo Domingo, "usted sabe mucho mejor que yo, porque al lado de su Hijo Jesucristo, que siempre ha sido el principal instrumento de nuestra salvación." Entonces Nuestra Señora respondió: "Yo quiero que sepas que, en este tipo de guerra, el arma principal ha sido siempre el Angélico Salterio, que es la piedra angular del Nuevo Testamento. Por lo tanto, si quieres llegar a estas almas endurecidas y ganarlos para Dios, predica mi Salterio. " Y él se levantó, consoló, y la quema de celo por la conversión de las personas en ese distrito, hizo directamente a la catedral. Inmediatamente ángeles invisibles sonaron las campanas para reunir al pueblo, y de Santo Domingo comenzó a predicar. En el comienzo de su sermón, una tormenta terrible se desató, la tierra tembló, el sol se oscureció, y había tanto truenos y relámpagos que todos estaban muy asustados. Aún mayor fue su miedo cuando, mirando a una imagen de la Virgen expuesta en un lugar visible, la vieron elevar sus brazos al cielo tres veces para hacer descender la venganza de Dios sobre ellos si no pudieron ser convertidos, que modifiquen sus vidas, y buscar la protección de la Santa Madre de Dios. Dios quiso, por medio de estos fenómenos sobrenaturales, para difundir la nueva devoción del Santo Rosario y para que sea más ampliamente conocido. Por fin, en la oración de Santo Domingo, la tormenta llegó a su fin, y él continuó predicando. Así que con fervor y convincente no pudo explicar la importancia y el valor del Rosario que casi todos los habitantes de Toulouse abrazaron y renunciaron a sus creencias falsas. En muy poco tiempo una gran mejora se observó en la ciudad; la gente comenzó a llevar una vida cristiana y renunciaron a sus antiguos malos hábitos. (Reverencia a la web) Octubre Rosario devoción es muy activo en todo el mundo católico. Además de el rosario todos los días en sus casas, casi todas las familias se unen a la celebración de la iglesia de 10 días Rosario y Bendición con el Santísimo Sacramento, sobre todo después de la Santa Misa. Los actuales acontecimientos en el mundo que nos recuerda la importancia de Rosario todos los días. Reina del Rosario santísima Ruega por nosotros.


Caballeros de Colón y Squires

Nos toca volver a aprender una y otra vez cuán pródigo es nuestro Dios. Es como si Dios no pudiera decir “no”. Por supuesto, que estamos de acuerdo cuando Dios es pródigo conmigo—rico en misericordia y perdón, generoso con su gracia. Pero cuando se trata del otro –¿el enemigo, el pecador, el hereje, el excluído? Pues entonces queremos que Dios sea tan tacaño con esa persona como yo soy.

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.

Moisés y Josué también querían un mundo así de conveniente. Se preguntaban cómo es que el espíritu de Dios se había posado sobre los dos que no se aparecieron a la reunión –la Iglesia de hoy. Y los apóstoles en el Evangelio se quejaron porque habían unos haciendo milagros que en definitiva no eran seguidores de Jesús. La extensa y libre generosidad de Dios los confundió a todos. Que así sea, dice Jesús. Por su parte, ustedes que guían a otros, continúen siendo dignos de su vocación. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

VIAJE A ST. LAWRENCE BASILICA: Asheville - Necesitamos saber quién le gustaría ir por el 30 de septiembre. Habrá una hoja de registro publicado cerca de la sala de llorar. Usted sólo tendrá que pagar por su comida a menos que usted quiere dar la donación hacia el autobús. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta por favor póngase en contacto con uno de RHE Columbiettes o llame a la oficina.

Iglesia De San Jose

October 18 ,2015



Santiago y Juan, además de ser hermanos, eran tipos muy atrevidos. Se acercaron a Jesús para pedirle puestos de poder y autoridad en el Reino que estaba estableciendo. Al darse cuenta, los demás discípulos se molestaron con ellos, probablemente porque deseaban los mismos puestos. La tentación y el deseo de poder es algo muy común a todos los seres humanos. Todos deseamos el primer puesto y la estima de los demás. No obstante, Jesús nos recuerda que no es fácil tener responsabilidad. La autoridad es un cáliz difícil de beber ya que muchas veces contiene una bebida amarga y el peso o decisión de ser fieles al Evangelio, aún a costa de la propia vida. Por tal motivo, la persona que quiera estar cerca de Jesús tendrá que aprender a ser como Cristo, quien no vino a imponer su autoridad buscando ser servido, sino que vino a servir. Él, siendo Dios, no se aferró a su condición divina, sino que se hizo uno de tantos, cuidando a su madre por muchos años, juntándose con pecadores, lavando los pies a sus discípulos y dando la vida por todas las personas. Estar al lado de Jesús no es cuestión de poder, sino de amor y servicio, hasta dar la vida. Él nos puso el ejemplo. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.


Vigésimo Octavo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario; Día Nacional de los Niños


Día de la Raza

Miércoles: San Calixto I Jueves:

Santa Teresa de Jesús


Santa Margarita María de Alacoque; Santa Eduvigis; Día Nacional de los Jefes

LECTURAS DE HOY Primera lectura — Ya que él ofreció su vida como sacrificio por el pecado, el proyecto de Dios prosperará en sus manos (Isaías 53:10-11). Salmo — Muéstrate bondadoso con nosotros, Señor (Salmo 33 [32]). Segunda lectura — Porque tenemos un sumo sacerdote que ha sido probado en todo, a excepción del pecado, acerquémonos con plena confianza al Dios de bondad (Hebreos 4:14-16).



La obra de Dios de la salvación es el enfoque de las lecturas este fin de semana. Desde el acontecer profético de Isaías hasta la visión de Jesús sobre la condición humana en Hebreos, y terminando con el rescate que paga Jesús por nosotros en san Marcos, Dios está al mando. Puede que ocurran caídas e incomprensiones por el camino. Puede que nos alejemos de Dios, pero Dios nos trae de vuelta a su lado mediante la conversión. Al igual que Santiago y Juan, a veces dejamos que la avaricia y el poder empañen nuestra visión de lo que Jesús nos quiere enseñar sobre el Reino; pero sin tregua nos enseña y nos repite cómo ha de ser la vida en el Reino. Jesús ha pagado por nuestro rescate para garantizar que compartamos el Reino con él. No es raro que pensemos sobre el rescate que pagó Jesús en términos de un castigo que tuvo que sufrir. Sin embargo, es más acertado y más como Jesús, reconocer que el rescate es un regalo de Dios para nosotros. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Lunes: Martes:

********************** VISIÓN Y TRABAJO Visión sin trabajo es un sueño; Trabajo sin visión es monotonía; Visión con trabajo es un amanecer Nueva esperanza y un nuevo día.—Anónimo

Rom 4:20-25; Lc 1:69-75; Lc 12:13Rom 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21; Sal 40 (39):7-10, 17; Lc 12:35-38

Miércoles:Rom 6:12-18; Sal 124 (123):1b-8; Lc 12:39-48 Jueves: Rom 6:19-23; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Lc 12:49-53 Viernes: Rom 7:18-25a; Sal 119 (118):66, 68, 7677, 93-94; Lc 12:54-59 Sábado: Rom 8:1-11; Sal 24 (23):1b-4ab, 5-6; Lc 13:1-9 Domingo: Jer 31:7-9; Sal 126 (125):1-6; Heb 5:1-6; Mc 10:46-52 .ALL SANTOS TRAJE DEL PARTIDO PARA NUESTRA JUVENTUD niños pueden vestirse como un santo o un tema religioso o no tienen que vestir le corresponde al niño. NOV.1ST después de 9 am Misa. También estaremos tomando pedidos para ÁRBOLES DE NAVIDAD, coronas y Garland Desde 01 de noviembre Ayúdanos a hacer esta recaudación de fondos un éxito.

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