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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

Fifth Sunday of Lent March 13, 2016 I consider everything as a loss because of the supreme good of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. - Philippians 3:8

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March 13, 2016

From the Desk of Fr. Philip Kollithanath As Catholics we have to acquire peace and a zeal for perfection. Lent is the best time to focus on this and improve the habit. Many a time our lives are controlled by the psychological concern, “what will others think”. This is very true even with gown up adults. Spiritual maturity will liberate and empower us to be in charge of our lives. To enjoy peace of mind one should abstain from meddling in others’ affairs, avoid seeking strange distractions, maintain a certain level of inward recollection. Blessed are the simple of heart for they shall enjoy peace in abundance. The secret of the perfection of saints is good example for us. They tried to mortify all their earthly desires and were able to attach themselves to God with all their heart. This enabled them to freely concentrate their innermost thoughts. In contrast, we are too occupied with our whims and fancies and interest in passing things. Rarely we conquer our vices. There is a lack of interest in holiness. We remain cold and indifferent. To enjoy divine things, we have to mortify our bodies and avoid distractions. The greatest obstacle to our holiness is that we are not free from our passions and lusts. We are easily dejected and turn to human consolations. We have to develop the habit of depending on God for everything. We can eventually feel God’s power leading us to victory. We must be careful not to find satisfaction in external rituals alone. All religious activities should lead us closer to God and experience the joy He alone can give. Every worship should help us keep our minds open to growing more into the divine love. Then we will be free from our passions and have peace of mind. We must focus on bridling our passions and removing our vices. It takes hard labor to establish productive and positive habits. But once established we would be proud of it. It is hard to break old habits but harder to go against our will. In this age they do not want to talk about right or wrong. Likes and dislikes dominate lives. The greed to enjoy is promoted by the world. It will be a while to realize that all these enjoyments will not give any lasting joy. Lasting joy comes from growing in the sense of holy. This happens when we try to eliminate evil habits and promote spiritual life through devotional activities. We learn to live in the presence of God all the time. That will caution us against the evils of the world. The more we try that the more we find peace of mind and success in 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

St. Joseph Catholic Church

March 13, 2016

WEEKLY OFFERINGS

MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF 3/5

Offerings for 3/5/16 Offertory ________________$ Needed _________________$ year to Date $ Over/Under ___________ $

6,122.00 175,083.00 247,000.00 71,917.00

Total Goal: $1,500,000.00 Raised: $1,500,000.00

LITURGICAL SCHEDULES March 19th 6 pm

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Spanish

Eucharistic: Julia Rodriguez, Imelda Acenseo, Marta Luz Cortez, Robert Arrelano, Rosoelba Gonzalez, Hospitalidad David Fuentes, Antonio Alejo, Lupo Ramirez, Eliazar Mojia, Acolitos Jesus & Teresa Barron, Cruz & Luna Corona Lestores: Maaaria, Lupe Jaramillo, Juan Tornero

March 20th 12:00 noon Mass

Sat. 3/5

4:00 pm English † 6 :00 pm Regulo Gutierrez, req.Lus Gutierrez Sun. 3/6 † 9:00 am English 12:00 Spanish Adele Altanirano req. Jackie Vurwink & Family Mon 3/7 8:15 Mass Tues. 3/8 No Mass—Bible Study at 10 am a And English Rosary 1: 00 pm Wed 3/9 5:30 confessions, 6:00 Mass Thurs 3/10 12:15 Mass Fri 3/11 8:15 am Sat. 3/12 † 4:00 pm Mr. & Mrs. R osario LaRocca req. Jean & Lynn 6:00 pm † 6:00 pm Esmera Ida Torres Vargas req. Gabriel Composano

Eucaristia: Guadalupe Alejo, Eudelia Esteban, Bonifacio & Alicia Nievez, Blanca Castro Lectores: Rosalinda Aguilar, Gerardo Barron Acolitos: Maria Delgado, Teresa Barron, Jonathan & Jaritzy 3/8 Mondragon 3/9 Hospitalidad: Hiliaario, Miguel & Agustin Dominguez Annuncion: Patricia Palacios, Roberto Perez 3/10 3/11 March 19th 4:00 PM Eucharistic Dr. Feldman, Marty Hornyak Cheryl Benford, Lectors Mike Leach, Larry Kastner Hospitality Lynn Hyatt, Mike Leach

March 20th 9:00 am English Mass Eucharistic Lynn Herbert, Dr. Pincus, Tom Murphy Carol Rich, Theresa Thornburg. Acolytes: Alex Krasowski, Georgia Smith Hospitality: Wayne Dawson, Rosemary Chriscoe, Ron Stark, Georgia Mc Collom

BIRTHDAY LIST

Jadiva Aguilar-Moveno, Tom Murphy,Isabel Mendieta, Pedro Ortiz, Jada Rau Alejandro Roman, Junior Moveno, Francisco Ahumada, Marcos Alvarez, Edwin Cruz Shawn Allred, Imelda Martinez, Luis Enrique Perez, Enrique Ramirez,Navarette Roman Reyes 3/13 Ram Trinh, Cecilia Cabrera, Dence Gonzalez Flores Gutierrez, Dillon Graham, Lluvia Vasquez, 3/14 Mr. Lori, Gabriel Perez, Rosie Sanchez, 3/15 Jessica Aguilar Moveno, Hernando Rosaldo Castro Jose Martinez, Sherry LaFrance, 3/17 Teresa Pincus, 3/18 William Post,Salvador Tolentino, Carlo Pez, Gezell F;lores ,

BRING IN YOUR SODA CANS FOR RE-CYCLE — THE YOUTH ARE COLLECTING THEM TO RAISE MONEY. THERE IS A CONTAINER NEAR THE SIDE DOOR OF CHURCH TO PUT THEM IN. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU

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COLUMBIETTES There will be a Columbiette Meeting on March 16 at 7 PM COLUMBIETTES MARCH 19TH—ST. JOSEPH’S DAY CELEBRATE THE DAY BY PURCHASING BAKED GOODS FROM THE COLUMBIETTES AFTER EACH OF THE MASSES OR UNTIL THE DESSERTS RUN OUT. OUT

March 13, 2016

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, Colleen Greene, Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins Ralph Evans, Mary Evans, Jose Espiallet Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson, Monica Smith,Patrick Guarion, Raphael Guriel , Josephina Arellano, Baby Victoria Garcia, Fran Stark & Kathleen Woelbl *Military: Adolfo Angel Vasquez, Gustavo Pasillas, Matthew Bryant

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 deceased members of the parish.

MANDATORY CONFIRMATION RETREAT 4/8 from 5:30—11:30 PM March 18th save the date: Knights are having a IT WILL BE HERE AT THE CHURCH— FISH FRY Dinner from 4 pm to 7 pm here at the church. Take out orders which include Fish, THIS IS FOR CONFIRMATION STUDENTS either cod or halibut , French fries, cold slaw, and a roll. Price is $8.00 per plate. ONLY.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

The Knights will be selling tickets after the Masses on the week end of the 13th They would appreciate it if you could buy the tickets before BOX TOPS: hand in order for them to get a good head PLEASE SAVE ALL YOUR BOX TOPS FROM count, if you miss them on the week end—They (CEREALS AND OTHER ITEMS THAT YOU will also be sold in the office during the week. MAY USE.) WE ARE COLLECTING THEM FOR THE PRE-SCHOOL THAT THE SISTERS RUN. THEY ARE IN NEED OF SUPPLIES FOR THE PLAYGROUND AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES . WE WOULD LIKE TO HELP THEM OUT WITH SUPPLIES THAT Anyone interested in joining the Knights of Co- THEY NEED. THERE IS A BOX LABELED NEAR THE CRY ROOM TO PUT YOUR lumbus, please contact Steve Gage, Grand BOX TOPS IN. THANK YOU AND GOD Knight at 301-318-7736 or Chuck Lyon BLESS YOU & THANK YOU FOR YOUR 336-267-6419. HELP.

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TODAY’S READING First Reading — The LORD does something new for the chosen people (Isaiah 43:16-21) or Ezekiel 37:12- 14. Psalm — The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy (Psalm 126) or Psalm 130. Second Reading — The supreme good is knowing Jesus as Lord (Philippians 3:8-14) or Romans 8:8-11 Gospel — A woman caught in the act of a]. dultery is brought to Jesus. He challenges anyone without sin to throw the first stone (John 8:1-11) or John 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday:

Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62]; Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:12-20 (or Jn 8:1-11 if Year A readings were used on Sunday) Tuesday: Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30 Wednesday: Dn 3:14-20, 91-92, 95; Dn 3:52-56; Jn 8:31-42 Thursday: Gn 17:3-9; Ps 105:4-9: Jn 8:51-59 Friday: Jer 20:10-13; Ps 18:2-7; Jn 10:31-42 Saturday: 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or Lk 2:41- 51a Sunday: Lk 19:28-40 (procession); Is 50:4-7; Ps 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24; Phil 2:6-11; Lk 22:14 — 23:56 [23:1-49]

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Monday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday:

Fifth Sunday of Lent; Daylight Saving Time begins Julian Calendar Lent begins St. Patrick St. Cyril of Jerusalem; Abstinence St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary; Spring begins

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION Three years ago, as we made the shift in the Eucharistic Prayer from “Benedict” to “Francis,” we named a “treasure” in our tradition. From apostolic times, the Church has sent disciples on mission with a mandate to proclaim the gospel. Paul and Barnabas and Timothy come to mind as men invested with responsibility for community and mission. First we see bishops, “overseers,” good men appointed by the acclaim of their people, the center of leadership, of prayer, of word and sacrament. Their territories were small initially, small enough to get everyone into one room and for the bishop to know everyone’s name. In time, men were appointed to function as a council of advisers, “elders,” or presbyters. That isn’t a comment on chronological age, rather it indicates the maturity of their wisdom and faith. Before long, and only when the bishop was absent, some of these men “stood in” for him to do what bishops usually did: preaching, presiding at Eucharist. The deacons had a strong and visible role in liturgy and service, especially in the care of the poor, but were gradually overshadowed by the new importance of the presbyter. As the Roman Empire first tottered and then collapsed completely by 476, bishops increasingly became civil servants to maintain order and dispense justice. Conferences and duties summoned bishops away from their home posts, and presbyters were entrusted with the sacramental and preaching duties, even though at one time runners were sent out from the bishop’s Mass to bring fragments of the host to drop into chalices as a sign of the church’s unity around its bishop. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

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March 13,2016

Desde el Escritorio del P. Philip Kollithanath Como católicos tenemos que adquirir paz y un celo por la perfección. La Cuaresma es el mejor momento para centrarse en esto y mejorar el hábito. Muchas veces nuestras vidas son controladas por la preocupación psicológica ", lo que pensarán los demás". Esto es muy cierto incluso con el vestido hasta adultos. La madurez espiritual liberará y darnos el poder para hacerse cargo de nuestras vidas. Para disfrutar de la tranquilidad de uno debe abstenerse de intervenir en los asuntos de los demás, evitar la búsqueda de distracciones extrañas, mantener un cierto nivel de recogimiento interior. Bienaventurados los sencillos de corazón, porque ellos disfrutar de la paz en abundancia. El secreto de la perfección de los santos es un buen ejemplo para nosotros. Trataron de mortificar a todos sus deseos mundanos y fueron capaces de adherirse a Dios con todo su corazón. Esto les permitió concentrarse libremente sus pensamientos más íntimos. Por el contrario, estamos demasiado ocupados con nuestros caprichos y gustos e intereses, de paso, las cosas. Rara vez conquistamos nuestros vicios. Hay una falta de interés en la santidad. Seguimos siendo fría e indiferente. Para disfrutar de las cosas divinas, tenemos que mortificar nuestro cuerpo y evitar distracciones. El mayor obstáculo para nuestra santidad es que nosotros no estamos libres de las pasiones y deseos. Somos fácilmente abatido y volvemos a consuelos humanos. Tenemos que desarrollar el hábito de depender de Dios para todo. Finalmente nos podemos sentir el poder de Dios que nos lleva a la victoria. Hay que tener cuidado de no encontrar satisfacción en los rituales externos solos. Todas las actividades religiosas deben llevarnos más cerca de Dios y experimentar la alegría que sólo Él puede dar. Cada culto debería ayudarnos a mantener nuestra mente abierta a la creciente más en el amor divino. A continuación, vamos a estar libre de nuestras pasiones y tener tranquilidad. Hay que centrarse en refrenar nuestras pasiones y la eliminación de los vicios. Se necesita trabajo duro para establecer hábitos productivos y positivos. Pero una vez establecido que estaríamos orgullosos de ello. Es difícil de romper los viejos hábitos, pero más difícil ir en contra de nuestra voluntad. En esta edad que no quieren hablar bien o mal. Gustos y disgustos dominan vidas. La codicia de disfrutar es promovido por el mundo. Será un tiempo para darse cuenta de que todos estos placeres no darán ninguna alegría duradera. alegría duradera viene de crecer en el sentido de la santa. Esto sucede cuando tratamos de eliminar los malos hábitos y promover la vida espiritual a través de actividades devocionales. Aprendemos a vivir en la presencia de Dios todo el tiempo. Eso nos advierten contra los males del mundo. Cuanto más tratamos de que cuanto más nos encontramos con tranquilidad y éxito en la vida.. Dios los bendiga a todos.

COLUMBIETTES Cualquier persona interesada en unirse a la Columbiettes, por favor póngase en contacto con Jean Hyatt at 336-521-4581 Esta es una organización católica de todo el país para las mujeres de las edades de 18 a 101. Estamos planeando tener una instalación en algún momento en febrero, si usted está interesado , favor de llamar o pasar por laoficina.Dios te bendiga

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

CABALLEROS DE COLON De marzo de 18vo salvamento de la fecha: caballeros están teniendo una cena de fritura de pescado 16:00-19:00 aquí en la iglesia. Tomar órdenes que incluyen pescado, papas, repollo fría, y un rollo. El precio es $ 8.00 por plato.

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LECTURAS DE HOY Primera Lectura — El Señor hace algo nuevo para que el pueblo escogido (Isaías 43:16-21) o Ezequiel 37:12-14. Salmo — Grandes cosas has hecho por nosotros, Señor (Salmo 126 [125]) o Salmo 130(129). Segunda Lectura El bien supremo es conocer a Jesús como Señor (Filipenses 3:8-14) o Romanos 8:8-11

Evangelio —

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Sorprenden a una mujer en el acto de adulterio. Que el que no tenga pecado tire la primera piedra (Juan 8:1-11) o Juan 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45].

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes:

Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62]; Sal 23 (22):1-6; Jn 8:12-20 (o Jn 8:1-11 si es que se usaron las lectu ras del Año A el domingo) Martes: Nm 21:4-9; Sal 102 (101):2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30 Miércoles: Dn 3:14-20, 91-92, 95; Dn 3:52-56; Jn 8:31-42 Jueves: Gn 17:3-9; Sal 105 (104):4-9: Jn 8:51-59 Viernes: Jer 20:10-13; Sal 18 (17):2-7; Jn 10:31-42Sábado:2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Sal 89 (88):2-5, 27, 29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a o Lc 2:41-51a Domingo: Lc 19:28-40 (procesión); Is 50:4-7; Sal 22 (23):8-9, 17-20, 23-24; Fil 2:6-11; Lc 22:14 — 23:56 [23:1-49]

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

Quinto Domingo de Cuaresma; Avance el reloj una hora Inicia la Cuaresma en el calendario juliano San Patricio San Cirilo de Jerusalén; Abstinencia San José, esposo de la Virgen Maria; Comienza la primavera Quinto Domingo de Cuaresma; Avance el reloj una hora

TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Artesanos preparan alfombras de flores y plumas de quetzal en Guatemala para las fiestas de esta semana santa. Grupos de fieles practican su papel de personaje judío o romano para los vía crucis en México, Texas, Chicago y tantos lugares más. Fraternidades penitenciales están preparándose espiritualmente para cargar con imágenes sagradas y pesadas por calles españolas. Muchos más están preparando sus maletas para irse a la playa o las montañas donde, probablemente, nunca recordaran el nombre de Jesús. Estos últimos se perderán las liturgias más significativas de nuestra fe cristiana; ritos llenos de movimiento desde afuera de la Iglesia hasta adentro. Están llenos de símbolos que nos llaman a la verdad de la existencia cristiana y humana: somos personas paradójicas. Comenzamos entre los hosannas del Domingo de Ramos, pasamos por las dolorosas imágenes del Viernes Santo y terminamos entre juegos de oscuridad, fuego y agua en la Vigilia Pascual. Muchas veces honramos al Señor y tantas veces lo negamos, pero él nunca deja de llamarnos. En fin nos recuerda que la condición humana es sagrada y profana a la vez. —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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