St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church

St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2015     "Amen, I say to you, this poor widow pu
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St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2015

   

"Amen, I say to you, this poor widow put in more than all the other contributors to the treasury. For they have all contributed from their surplus wealth, but she, from her poverty, has contributed all she had, her whole livelihood."

“Yo les aseguro que esa pobre viuda ha echado en la alcancía más que todos. Porque los demás han echado de lo que les sobraba; pero ésta, en su pobreza ha echado todo lo que tenía para vivir” Marcos 12:41-44.

Mark 12:41-44

TRIGÉSIMO SEGUNDO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO, 8 DE NOVIEMBRE 2015 CLERGY PRIESTS: Rev. Salvador Guzmán Rev. James Yamauchi DEACONS: George Polcer, John Rapier, Sid Little, Juan Jorge Hernández Parish Office: 972-542-4667 Fax: 972-542-4641 Faith Formation Office: 972-542-4685 Mailing Address: 411 Paula Road McKinney, Texas 75069 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm Office is closed on Saturday & Sunday After Hours Sick Call & Funeral Request: 469.667.7324

Weekend Mass Schedule: Saturday: Vigil Mass 5:00pm Sunday: 8:00am & 11:30am Spanish: 9:30am & 1:30pm

Confessions

Adoration

Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm Saturday 3:0pm - 4:00pm

Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm 1st Friday of the month   - 12noon  8:30am

Daily Masses Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:00 am Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30 pm

Holy Family (Quasi-Parish) 919 Spence Road  P.O. Box 482 Van Alstyne, Texas 75495  903.482.6322 Website: www.holyfamily-vanalstyne.org Mass Times: Sunday 9:00am English 12 noon Spanish Thursday 9:00am English

Mass Readings for November 8 - 15 8 Nov. – Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 1 Kgs 17:10-16; Ps. 146; 1 Heb 9:24-28; Mk 12:38-44 Monday, 9 Nov. – Dedication of the Lateran Basilica Ez 47:1-2, 8-9,12; Ps 46;1 Cor 3:9-11,16-17;Jn 2:13-22 Tuesday, 10 November – St. Leo the Great Wis 2:23-3:9; Psalm 34; Mt 16:13-19 Wednesday, 11 November - St. Martin of Tours Wis 6:1-11; Psalm 82; Lk 17:11-19 Thursday, 12 November – St. Josaphat Wis 7:22-8:1; Psalm 119; Lk 17:20-25 Friday, 13 November – St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Wis 13:1-9; Psalm 19; Lk 17:26-37 Saturday, 14 November Wis 18:14-16; 19:6-9; Psalm 105; Lk 18:1-8 15 Nov. – Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Dn 11:1-3; Psalm 16; Heb 10:11-14, 18; Mk 13:24-32

OUR WEEKLY OFFERING Sunday 1st Collection: $14,057.00 Online Giving: $2,316.00 Total Giving: $16,373.00 Sunday 2nd Collection (Mortgage Reduction): $3,723.00 Online Giving: $467.00 Total Giving: $4,190.00 Attendance: 3,200 National Collection Catholic Charities: $2,029.00 All Souls Day Collection: $2,913.00 Online Giving: $70.00 Total Giving: $2,983.00 The collection for Catholic Foundation will be held next weekend November 14—15. Please be generous with your tithe. Mass Intentions for the Week November 7 - 13 Saturday, November 7 5:00 pm Patricia Trejo  Harry McKillop Sunday, November 8 8:00 am  Morris Lenchner  Carmela Villanueva 9:30 am Víctor Galván  Matilde Villa, Legionaria 11:30 am  For Souls in Purgatory  Richard Rodney 1:30 pm Gena Griffin Jesús y Victoria Rios y Familia Monday, November 9 8:00 am Carmela Pérez  Family of Emile Haydel Tuesday, November 10 5:30 pm  Theresa Le Blanc Christy Lane Wednesday, November 11 8:00 am Friends of Suffering Souls, esp. deceased members of FOSS Thur., Nov. 12 5:30 pm  María de Jesús Morales Friday, November 13 8:00 am  Roy McBride Jr.

Praise the Lord, my soul, my soul! psalm 146

We pray for those in need of healing May the Holy Spirit Light Their Way Milagros de la Torre, John Biancamano, George Nixon, Petra Herrera Garza, Audrey Kinney, Mary Glenn, Raul Lopez Bernal, Pat Guidry, Pam Godie, Marge Rodkey, Connie Aubrey, Berth Godoy-Montecillo, Ana Rodriguez, Sandy Catin, Alan Mesta, Miguel Gil, Evelyn Matias, Walt Simmons, Stephen Kalitta, Lorenzo Vasquez, Margarita Rodriguez, Cecilia Vasquez, Carmen Valdivia, Margaret Burns Fincher, Rachel Willis, John E. Deibel, Sr., Odalis Meza, Caiden Meza, Lupe Gomez, Apolina Pacheo, Katherina Mercado, Al Frettoloso, Marcie Roberts, Virginia Macias, Moises Trejo, Walker Phillips, Patricia Liseth Bueno, Martha Gonzalez, Celia Pearson, Maria Portillo, Kenadi Pearson, Leticia Glavan, Kristina Ruiz, Claudia Carreño, Maricela Granados, Carmen Galvan, Melissa Rubio Zuniga, Terry Good, Bertha Garay, Juan Arellano, Tom Fox, David Thrower, Stella Thrower, Virginia Guzmán, Richard Flores, Barbara Cowart, Ed Kalupa, Lloyd Bryant, Judy Bryant, Jesus Posada, Ricky Balak, Jesus Garcia, Olivia Duplessy, Daniel Carrasco, Beatriz Salas, Abel Chavez, Jose Sanchez, Kathryn Schmitt, Idolina Gonzalez Santos, Zane Dayton, Kay Dayton, Irma Avila, Leonor Dominguez , Alejandro Gomez, Kristina Greer, Frank Stevens, Art Burke, Kathryn Hale, Gavin Warrick, Tabitha Warrick, Joseph Bell, Kay Stevens, Starnes Family, Andrew Hernandez, Elizabeth Sanchez, Jose Arturo Ramos, Gabriela de la Torre, Susan Heer, Jonathan Martinez, Bertha Villasana, Bonnie Wilkerson, Maria Faz Hernandez, Casimiro A. Diaz, Madeline Prugh, Priscilla Rodriguez, Cipriano Castillo Aguilar,Cheri Mills, Janis Whalen, Narciza Bravo, John Christopher Cortes, Sonia, Claudia Perez, Patricia Trejo, Luis Gonzalez, Florene Hendricks, Deborah Patrone, Susie Alvarez, Fabiola Afanador, Narcisa Bravo, Lourdes Diaz, Maria Louise Sanchez, Dan Crum, Cara Hall, Collville Bain

To add someone to the prayer list for healing, please kindly call the parish office. Holy Family Hall Food Distribution is held on the Tuesday & Thursday Open: 2 - 4 pm Second Saturday of the month 8:30 am-9:45 am Helpline: 214-314-5698 Email: [email protected] Thrift Store Donation Pickup Hotline 214.373.7837

Feast of Christ the King November 22 is the Feast of Christ the King, a reminder to us that this world is under the judgment of Christ. From the context of European Catholicism, it is easy to understand why earthly kings became a symbol of Jesus’ eternal reign. Even in the fourth century there are images of Christ as the all-powerful ruler. The Gospels according to Matthew, Mark, and Luke all speak of the “reign of God” or the “reign of heaven,” which was proclaimed by Christ and described in parables. So it was an easy transition to understand Jesus as a king. Indeed, much of the Christian art of the post-Constantine era depicts Jesus as the great ruler—pantokrator—who was envisioned wearing a crown and garbed as a Greco-Roman emperor.  The Bible refers to Jesus as King (Jn 18:36-37); King eternal (1 Tim. 1:17);   the King of Israel (Mt 27:42, Mk 15:32, Jn 1:49).   Jesus is called “King of the Jews” by Roman officials and by the Magi   (Mt 2:2, Mt 27:11, cf. Jn 18:33-37).   Jesus is called “king of kings” in the later New Testament books (1 Tim. 6:15; Rev. 19:16).  He is also called “King of the ages” (Rev. 15:3) and “Ruler of the kings of the Earth” (Rev. 1:5).  This celebration of Christ the King marks the end of the Church’s liturgical year. This feast reminds us that our faith teaches that, at the end of time, Christ will come again to judge “the living and the dead.” In 1925 Pope Pius XI made the Feast of Christ the King part of the Church year. Why so late? The answer lies in the cultural wars of modernity. Beginning with the Enlightenment, various social and political movements sought to secularlize governments to ensure that there would be no church control or interference in the affairs of nations. Few people wanted a king or a bishop dictating what they must do. In the search for freedom and power, for example, political leaders in France (and later in Mexico), denounced church interference in civil government; however, there were serious reactions. During the French Revolution, Vendean insurgents fought against the suppression of the Catholic Church. Their motto was “God is the King.” In Mexico, secular rulers sought to remove every vestige of Catholic influence, but they were opposed by the Cristero movement, which made Christ the King its symbol of defiance. When Pope Pius XI instituted the Feast of Christ the King, he reminded Christians that their first allegiance was to their spiritual ruler in heaven, not to their earthly ruler or head of state. In addition he pointed out that the rule of Christ was not attained by violence. Today I think it would be wrong to defend our faith by violent means; nevertheless, I believe that all of us Catholics should be prepared to defend the faith by the lives we lead and by our ability to speak the truth of the gospel to others. Happy feast day! source: Father Dan Kroger, O.F.M., a native of Cincinnati, joined the Franciscans in 1967 and was ordained in 1973. He taught high school and served in rural parishes in the Philippines. Dan earned a Ph.D. in Christian ethics at Notre Dame. He also taught at De La Salle University, Manila, until he was assigned to his present post as publisher/CEO at Franciscan Media in 2006.

Thanksgiving Mass (Bilingual) Thursday, November 26th at 10am

Come Join Us

When: Tuesday, November 17th at 6:00pm Where: St. Michael’s Hall

God is faithful, and by him you were called to fellowship with his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. - 1 Corinthians 1:9

The office will be closed at 12noon Wednesday, November 25th We will not have confessions or adoration on Thursday.

Calling all young folks! Christmas will be here before you know it, and so will the Christmas Program, on Christmas Eve at 3:15 p.m. in the church (before 4:00 p.m. Mass) . Speaking and non-speaking parts are available. There are age-appropriate roles for all school-aged kids, grades 1 - 12. Auditions are SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15th from 3:00 - 4:00 IN THE CHURCH. Parts are assigned before Thanksgiving break and rehearsals follow on Sunday afternoons: December 16th, 13th & 20th.

Save the Date!

Our priests will not be available for Confessions on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 3pm.

For more information, please call 972.542.4667 extension 3 Bring your favorite dish to share!

The St. Michael's Women 's Guild will hold their monthly meeting Tuesday November 10th at 6:45 P.M. in St Michael Hall. We welcome any ladies in the parish to join us .

Saturday, December 12th 8 A M. to 7:00 P.M. Sunday December 13th 8: A.M. to 3:30 P.M. St. Michael's Hall For all who love to bake and love to be crafty, please consider making a donation to this year’s sale. All proceeds of this sale will go to the St. Michael 's Building Fund. Thank you in advance for your help. Prayers and Squares is a ministry at St. Michael’s which makes and distributes quilts for people who have spiritual or physical needs. In the past two years, we have given out over 60 quilts. Each year, we raffle off a quilt which is our only fundraiser. This fundraiser allows us to con-

tinue this ministry. Tickets will be on sale Sunday, November 29th after Mass for this year’s quilt. Tickets are just $1 each or six for $5. Raffle will be held on Monday, December 7th. Every stitch is a prayer…..

St. Vincent de Paul will place the Magi Trees in the church narthex next weekend. If you’d like to make this year’s Christmas a little brighter for those in need, please consider taking an ornament off the Magi Tree.

SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY OF NAZARETH invite you to… A day with the sisters for young women! Ages 14 and up are welcome November 14, 8am-6pm! Discernment Weekend, Nov. 13-15 for 18 and older November 14, 2015 Good Shepherd Convent 1814 Egyptian Way Grand Prairie, TX 75050 Need to pre-register to attend: Sr. Mary Paul Haase

[email protected] 972-641-4496

Prayer for the Jubilee Year of Mercy - Pope Francis

12521 Inwood Rd., Dallas, TX 75244 (972)934-8388 Marriage Enrichment Program For married couples that wish to enrich, rekindle and renew their marriage Attention Married Couples: Do you want to spend some quality time with your spouse, away from distractions, and focus on your relationship? St. Rita is offering a Marriage Enrichment program, open to any and all married couples. When: program consists of 3 sessions on February 4, 11 and 18, 2016 (Thursday evenings) from 7 – 9 pm Where: Sweeney Hall, St. Rita How much: NO FEE How do we register: contact Susan Podkrash at [email protected], or call 972-934-8388 Questions? Contact Phil Taken at [email protected] Couples are encouraged to register early for this program St. Rita is a loving community, committed to the support of sacramental marriages.

Cistercian Preparatory School Admissions Coffee November 19 Cistercian Preparatory School will hold an Admissions Coffee on Thursday, November 19th from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. for prospective parents. No reservations are necessary. Cistercian educates boys grades 5 – 12 in an all-honors Catholic tradition. Please call 469-499-5400 or see the school website www.cistercian.org for information.

Lord Jesus Christ, you have taught us to be merciful like the heavenly Father, and have told us that whoever sees you sees Him. Show us your face and we will be saved. Your loving gaze freed Zacchaeus and Matthew from being enslaved by money; the adulteress and Magdalene from seeking happiness only in created things; made Peter weep after his betrayal, and assured Paradise to the repentant thief. Let us hear, as if addressed to each one of us, the words that you spoke to the Samaritan woman: “If you knew the gift of God!” You are the visible face of the invisible Father, of the God who manifests his power above all by forgiveness and mercy: let the Church be your visible face in the world, its Lord risen and glorified. You willed that your ministers would also be clothed in weakness in order that they may feel compassion for those in ignorance and error: let everyone who approaches them feel sought after, loved, and forgiven by God. Send your Spirit and consecrate every one of us with its anointing, so that the Jubilee of Mercy may be a year of grace from the Lord, and your Church, with renewed enthusiasm, may bring good news to the poor, proclaim liberty to captives and the oppressed, and restore sight to the blind. We ask this through the intercession of Mary, Mother of Mercy, you who live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit for ever and ever. Amen.

Sagrada Lectura noviembre 8 – 15 Trigésimo Segundo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 1 Re 17:10-16; Salmo 146; Heb 9:24-28; Mc 12:38-44 lunes 9 de nov. – Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán Ez 47:1-2, 8-9,12;Sal 46;1 Cor 3:9-11,16-17;Jn 2:13-22

martes, 10 de noviembre – san León Magno Sab 2:23-3:9; Salmo 34; Mt 16:13-19 miércoles, 11 de noviembre – san Martín de Tours Sab 6:1-11; Salmo 82; Lc 17:11-19 jueves, 12 de noviembre – san Josafat Sab 7:22-8:1; Salmo 119; Lc 17:20-25 viernes, 13 de nov. – sta. Francisca Xavier Cabrini Sab 13:1-9; Salmo 19; Lc 17:26-37 sábado, 14 de noviembre Sab 18:14-16; 19:6-9; Salmo 105; Lc 18:1-8 Trigésimo Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Dt 11:1-3; Salmo 16; Heb 10:11-14, 18; Mc 13:24-32

NUEVOS días de la despensa de comida cada martes y jueves de 2 pm a 4 pm El segundo sábado del mes de 8:30 am-9:45 am (Nuevo Horario) Teléfono: 214-314-5698 Email: [email protected]

Alaba, alma mía, al Señor. salmo 146 NUESTRA OFRENDA

domingo, Primera Colecta: $14,057.00 Donaciones Online: $2,316.00 Total: $16,373.00 domingo, Segunda Colecta (Reducción de Hipoteca): $3,723.00 Donaciones Online: $467.00 Total: $4,190.00 Asistencia: 3,200 Colecta Nacional: Caridades Católicas: $2,029.00 Colecta del Día de los Fieles Difuntos: $2,913.00 Donaciones Online: $70.00 Total: $2,983.00 La colecta para la Fundación Católica será el 14 y 15 de noviembre. Por favor sean generosos con su donación ese fin de semana. Se les agradece su apoyo.

Misa el Día de Acción de Gracias Jueves, 26 de noviembre - 10am

Dios es fiel, el que los ha llamado a esta comunión con su Hijo Jesucristo, nuestro Señor. – 1 Corintios 1:9

NO HABRÁ CONFESIONES sabado, 14 de noviembre a las 3pm. San Vicente de Paúl pondrá sus Arboles de los Reyes Magos en el vestíbulo. Si quieren ayudar a una persona o familia en esta Navidad, tomen una tarjeta del árbol.

No habrá confesiones o adoración al santísimo el jueves. Cerraremos a partir de medio día el miércoles, 25 de noviembre.

La oración del Papa Francisco para el Jubileo de la Misericordia

sábado, 12 de diciembre 8 A M. a 7:00 P.M. domingo, 13 de diciembre 8: A.M. a 3:30 P.M. Salón San Miguel Todos aquellos que les gusta hornear y ser creativos, por favor consideren hacer una donación en la venta de este año. Lo que se recaude en esta venta será para el Fondo del Edificio de San Miguel. ¡Muchas gracias por su ayuda!

Amonestaciones David Huerta Guapo y Fátima Rodríguez Cervantes se quieren casar en la Parroquia de San José de Cortázar en la Diócesis de Celaya (Guanajuato, México). La boda será el 15 de diciembre, 2015. Si conoce de algún impedimento, háganlos saber.

Señor Jesucristo, tú nos has enseñado a ser misericordiosos como el Padre del cielo, y nos has dicho que quien te ve, lo ve también a Él. Muéstranos tu rostro y obtendremos la salvación. Tu mirada llena de amor liberó a Zaqueo y a Mateo de la esclavitud del dinero; a la adúltera y a la Magdalena de buscar la felicidad solamente en una creatura; hizo llorar a Pedro luego de la traición, y aseguró el Paraíso al ladrón arrepentido. Haz que cada uno de nosotros escuche como propia la palabra que dijiste a la samaritana: ¡Si conocieras el don de Dios! Tú eres el rostro visible del Padre invisible, del Dios que manifiesta su omnipotencia sobre todo con el perdón y la misericordia: haz que, en el mundo, la Iglesia sea el rostro visible de Ti, su Señor, resucitado y glorioso. Tú has querido que también tus ministros fueran revestidos de debilidad para que sientan sincera compasión por los que se encuentran en la ignorancia o en el error: haz que quien se acerque a uno de ellos se sienta esperado, amado y perdonado por Dios. Manda tu Espíritu y conságranos a todos con su Unción para que el Jubileo de la Misericordia sea un año de gracia del Señor y tu Iglesia pueda, con renovado entusiasmo, llevar la Buena Nueva a los pobres proclamar la libertad a los prisioneros y oprimidos y restituir la vista a los ciegos. Te lo pedimos por intercesión de María, Madre de la Misericordia, a ti que vives y reinas con el Padre y el Espíritu Santo por los siglos de los siglos. Amén.

BENEDICTO XVI ÁNGELUS Domingo 9 de noviembre de 2008 Queridos hermanos y hermanas: La liturgia nos invita a celebrar hoy la Dedicación de la basílica de San Juan de Letrán, llamada "madre y cabeza de todas las Iglesias de la urbe y del orbe". En efecto, esta basílica fue la primera en ser construida después del edicto del emperador Constantino, el cual, en el año 313, concedió a los cristianos la libertad de practicar su religión. Ese mismo emperador donó al Papa Melquíades la antigua propiedad de la familia de los Laterani, y allí hizo construir la basílica, el baptisterio y patriarquio, es decir, la residencia del Obispo de Roma, donde habitaron los Papas hasta el período aviñonés. El Papa Silvestre celebró la dedicación de la basílica hacia el año 324, y el templo fue consagrado al Santísimo Salvador; sólo después del siglo VI se le añadieron los nombres de san Juan Bautista y san Juan Evangelista, de donde deriva su denominación más conocida. Esta fiesta al inicio sólo se celebraba en la ciudad de Roma; después, a partir de 1565, se extendió a todas las Iglesias de rito romano. De este modo, honrando el edificio sagrado, se quiere expresar amor y veneración a la Iglesia romana que, como afirma san Ignacio de Antioquía, "preside en la caridad" a toda la comunión católica (Carta a los Romanos, 1, 1). Queridos amigos, la fiesta de hoy celebra un misterio siempre actual: Dios quiere edificarse en el mundo un templo espiritual, una comunidad que lo adore en espíritu y en verdad (cf. Jn 4, 23-24). Pero esta celebración también nos recuerda la importancia de los edificios materiales, en los que las comunidades se reúnen para alabar al Señor. Por tanto, toda comunidad tiene el deber de conservar con esmero sus edificios sagrados, que constituyen un valioso patrimonio religioso e histórico. Por eso, invoquemos la intercesión de María santísima, para que nos ayude a convertirnos, como ella, en "casa de Dios", templo vivo de su amor. Fuente: https://w2.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/es/angelus/2008.index.html

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