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St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, JANUARY 24, 2016

“Hoy mismo se ha cumplido este pasaje en la Escritura que acaban de oír”.

“Today this Scripture passage is fulfilled in your hearing”.

Lucas 4:21

Luke 4:21

TERCER DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO, 24 DE ENERO 2016 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 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm 1st Friday of the month   - 10am  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 Intentions for January 24-31 Saturday, January 23 5:00 pm   Felipe & Guadalupe Perez Jesus & Victoria Rios and Family Sunday, January 24 8:00 am For the People  Ida Gastelum 9:30 am   Anita Perez 11:30 am  Richard Rodkey  1:30 pm Jose M. Galvan Monday, January 25 8:00 am For the Souls in Purgatory Tuesday, January 26 5:30 pm  Charles Griffin Wednesday, January 27 8:00 am  Family of Emile Haydel Thursday, January 28 5:30 pm Jesus & Victoria Rios and Family Friday, January 29 8:00 am   James W. Pazora Saturday, January 30 5:00 pm   John & Joyce Williams and Family Sunday, January 31 8:00 am For the People  Tony Reyna 9:30 am   Padre Alejandro Palacios 11:30 am   James W. Pazora 1:30 pm Isac Capiz

Your words, Lord, are Spirit and Life. Psalm 19

Mass Readings for January 24 - 31 24 January – Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Neh 8:2-4, 5-6, 8-10; Ps 19; 1 Cor 12:12-30; Lk 1:1-4; 4:14-21

Monday, 25 Jan. – Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle Acts 22:3-16; Psalm 117; Mk 16:15-18 Tuesday, 26 January – Sts. Timothy and Titus 2 Tm 1:1-8; Psalm 96; Mk 3:31-35 Wednesday, 27 January – St. Angela Merici 2 Sm 7:4-17; Psalm 89; Mk 4:1-20 Thursday, 28 January – St. Thomas Aquinas 2 Sm 7:18-19, 24-29; Psalm 132; Mk 4:21-25 Friday, 29 January 2 Sm 11:1-4, 5-10, 13-17; Psalm 51; Mk 4:26-34 Saturday, 30 January 2 Sm 12:1-7, 10-17; Psalm 51; Mk 4:35-41 31 January – Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Jer 1:4-5, 17-19; Ps 71; 1 Cor 12:31 – 13:13; Lk 4:21-30

OUR OFFERING

Sunday, Jan. 17th 1st Collection: $14,710.00 Online Giving: $2,364.00 Total Giving: $17,074.00 Sunday, Jan. 17th - 2nd Collection (Mortgage Reduction): $6,018.00 Online Giving: $802.00 Total Giving: $6,820.00 Total Attendance: 3,284 Thank you for your constant giving. We pray for those in need of healing  May the Holy Spirit Light Their Way Zane Dayton, Kay Dayton, Irma Avila, Antonio Garcia, Leonor Dominguez, Alejandro Gomez, Kristina Greer, Frank Stevens, Art Burke, Al Frettoloso, 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, Narciza Bravo, Cipriano Castillo Aguilar, Cheri Mills, Janis Whalen, 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, Judy Coenen, Andrew Karl, Kelly Claffey, Alexandra Venegas, Maria Niño, Yuritza Huerta Ibarra, Antonio Garcia, Kathryn Schmitt, Andrew Hernandez, Christy Lane, Erin Knapik, Walker Phillips, Carroll Family, Marcy Roberts, Cathy Greise, Maria Nerios, Mary Williams, Maria del Rocio Garcia Calles, Evan Flores, Antonio Fernandez 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: 2:00 - 4:00 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 Columbian Squires of the Knights of Columbus Would like to invite you to the Sunday Donut Social We look forward for this opportunity to serve our parish! We will be available after 8am & 9:30am masses We are accepting donations to help cover the cost Hope to see you all there!

FREE TAX ASSISTANCE Roy & Helen Hall Memorial Library 101 E. Hunt Street McKinney, Texas 75069 The AARP will provide tax assistance from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Dulaney Room beginning Friday, February 5th. This service will be available every Friday & Saturday thru Saturday, April 9th.

Mercy Alive in Me! How to Put Mercy into Practice… an interactive and engaging event where participants will consider: • How is God’s mercy present in my life? • How do I deal with conflict and difficult people? And really forgive? • In this world of violence, can I be an instrument of peace and mercy? This diocesan event will be held on Saturday, February 13 from 8:30 to 2:30 at St. Paul the Apostle Parish Center at 900 St. Paul Dr. in Richardson. The fee of $20 includes lunch and all participant materials. For more information or to register, go to www.cathdal.org/mercyalive or contact Donna Chesshir at 214-379-2849 or [email protected].

Come Join Us When: Tuesday, January 26th at 6:00pm Where: St. Michael’s Hall For more information, please call 972.542.4667 ext. 3 Bring your favorite dish to share!

January 25, 2016: National Collection for the Church in Latin America The Collection for the Church in Latin America will take place the weekend of January 25th. Your gifts to the collection will fund catechesis, pastoral programs, marriage and family life projects, seminarian education, and many other necessary programs for our brothers & sisters living in remote areas of Latin America and the Caribbean who otherwise would not have access to the Faith. Please give generously to plant seeds of faith that will grow for years to come.

St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) Feast day: January 28

By universal consent, Thomas Aquinas is the preeminent spokesman of the Catholic tradition of reason and of divine revelation. He is one of the great teachers of the medieval Catholic Church, honored with the titles Doctor of the Church and Angelic Doctor. At five he was given to the Benedictine monastery at Monte Cassino in his parents’ hopes that he would choose that way of life and eventually became abbot. In 1239 he was sent to Naples to complete his studies. It was here that he was first attracted to Aristotle’s philosophy. By 1243, Thomas abandoned his family’s plans for him and joined the Dominicans, much to his mother’s dismay. On her order, Thomas was captured by his brother and kept at home for over a year. Once free, he went to Paris and then to Cologne, where he finished his studies with Albert the Great. He held two professorships at Paris, lived at the court of Pope Urban IV, directed the Dominican schools at Rome and Viterbo, combated adversaries of the mendicants, as well as the Averroists, and argued with some Franciscans about Aristotelianism. His greatest contribution to the Catholic Church is his writings. The unity, harmony and continuity of faith and reason, of revealed and natural human knowledge, pervades his writings. One might expect Thomas, as a man of the gospel, to be an ardent defender of revealed truth. But he was broad enough, deep enough, to see the whole natural order as coming from God the Creator, and to see reason as a divine gift to be highly cherished. The Summa Theologiae, his last and, unfortunately, uncompleted work, deals with the whole of Catholic theology. He stopped work on it after celebrating Mass on December 6, 1273. When asked why he stopped writing, he replied, “I cannot go on.... All that I have written seems to me like so much straw compared to what I have seen and what has been revealed to me.” He died March 7, 1274. Source: http://www.americancatholic.org/Features/Saints/Saint.aspx?id=1274

From the constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of The Second Vatican Council (Sacrosanctum Concilium, nn. 7-8. 106)

Christ is present to his Church Christ is always present to his Church, especially in the actions of the liturgy. He is present in the sacrifice of the Mass, in the person of the minister (it is the same Christ who formerly offered himself on the cross that now offers by the ministry of priests) and most of all under the Eucharistic species. He is present in the sacraments by his power, in such a way that when someone baptizes, Christ himself baptizes. He is present in his word, for it is he himself who speaks when the holy Scriptures are read in the Church. Finally, he is present when the Church prays and sings, for he himself promised: Where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there in their midst. Indeed, in this great work which gives perfect glory to God and brings holiness to men. Christ is always joining in partnership with himself his beloved Bride, the Church, which calls upon its Lord and through him gives worship to the eternal Father. It is therefore right to see the liturgy as an exercise of the priestly office of Jesus Christ, in which through signs addressed to the senses man’s sanctification is signified and, in a way proper to each of these signs, made effective, and in which public worship is celebrated in its fullness by the mystical body of Jesus Christ, that is, by the head and by his members. Accordingly, every liturgical celebration, as an activity of Christ the priest and of his body, which is the Church, is a sacred action of a preeminent kind. No other action of the Church equals its title to power or its degree of effectiveness. In the liturgy on earth we are given a foretaste and share in the liturgy of heaven, celebrated in the holy city of Jerusalem, the goal of our pilgrimage, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God, as minister of the sanctuary and of the true tabernacle. With the whole company of heaven we sing a hymn of praise to the Lord; as we reverence the memory of the saints, we hope to have some part with them, and to share in their fellowship; we wait for the Savior, or Lord Jesus Christ, until he, who is our life, appears, and we appear with him in glory. Source: http://www.liturgies.net/Liturgies/Catholic/loh/week3sundayor.htm

Feast day: February 3 Blaise of Sebaste BM (RM), also known as Blase, Blasien, Biagio; Died c. 316. Many Catholics might remember Saint Blaise's feast day, February 3, because of the Blessing of the Throats that take place on this day. Two candles are blessed, held slightly open, and pressed against the throat as the blessing is said. Very few facts are known about Saint Blaise. It is believed he was a bishop of Sebastea in Armenia who was martyred under the reign of Licinius in the early fourth century. Feast Day of Saint Blaise, Wednesday, February 3rd Please join us as we will have the Blessing of the Throats after the 8:00am Mass

“Through the intercession of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr, may God deliver you from ailments of the throat and from every other evil. In the Name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Blessing of St. Blaise).

The legend of St. Blaise tells us that he was born into a rich and noble family who raised him as a Christian. He became a bishop. Later, a new persecution of Christians began. He received a message from God to go into the hills to escape persecution. Hunters discovered a cave surrounded by wild animals who were sick. Blaise walked among them unafraid, curing them of their illnesses. The hunters recognized Blaise as a Bishop, so they captured him to take him back for trial. On the way back, he talked a wolf into releasing a pig that belonged to a poor woman. When Blaise was sentenced to be starved to death, the woman, in gratitude, sneaked into the prison with food and candles. Finally, the governor had Blaise killed. Saint Blase is the patron of physicians, sick cattle, wax- chandlers, woolcombers, and of wild animals because of his care for them and of those with throat maladies. He is invoked against afflictions of the throat (Bentley, Roeder). Source: https://www.ewtn.com/Devotionals/novena/blaise.htm

Sagrada Lectura enero 24 - 31 24 de enero – Tercer Domingo del T.O. Ne 8:2-4, 5-6, 8-10; Salmo 19; 1 Cor 12:12-30; Lc 1:1-4; 4:14-21

lun 25 de enero–Conversión de san Pablo, Apóstol Hch 22:3-16; Salmo 117; Mc 16:15-18 martes, 26 de enero – santos Timoteo y Tito 2 Tim 1:1-8; Salmo 96; Mc 3:31-35 miércoles 27 de enero – santa Ángela de Mérici 2 Sm 7:4-17; Salmo 89; Mc 4:1-20 jueves, 28 de enero – santo Tomás de Aquino 2 Sm 7:18-19, 24-29; Salmo 132; Mc 4:21-25 viernes, 29 de enero 2 Sm 11:1-4, 5-10, 13-17; Salmo 51; Mc 4:26-34 sábado 30 de enero 2 Sm 12:1-7, 10-17; Salmo 51; Mc 4:35-41 31 de enero – Cuarto Domingo del T.O. Jer 1:4-5, 17-19; Salmo 71; 1 Cor 12:31 – 13:13; Lc 4:21-30

NUESTRA OFRENDA Domingo , 10de enero – Primera Colecta: $14,710.00 Donaciones Online: $2,364.00 Total: $17,074.00 Domingo, 10 de enero– Segunda Colecta (Reducción de Hipoteca): $6,018.00 Donaciones Online: $802.00 Total: $6,820.00 St. Vicente de Paul: $ Donaciones Online: $ Total: $ Asistencia: 3,284 Gracias por su apoyo contínuo.

Salón Sagrada Familia 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

Tus palabras, Señor, son espíritu y vida. Salmo 19

Teléfono: 214-314-5698 Correo Eletrónico: [email protected] Tel para Donar a Thrift Store 214.373.7837

25 de enero de 2016: Colecta Nacional para la Iglesia en América Latina La Colecta para la Iglesia en América Latina se llevará a cabo el fin de semana del 25 de enero. Sus donativos a la colecta financiarán la catequesis, programas pastorales, matrimonio y proyectos de vida familiar, educación de seminaristas y muchos otros programas necesarios para nuestros hermanos y hermanas que viven en áreas remotas de América Latina y el Caribe, quienes de lo contrario no tendrían acceso a la Fe. Les pedimos que sean generosos al realizar su donativo para sembrar las semillas de la fe que crecerán durante los próximos años.

Aprender a Orar Para Aprender a Vivir es una escuela de oración y vida, donde descubres la infinita ternura del Padre para saberse amado y dejarse amar, te ayuda a mejorar tu relación con Dios, contigo mismo y con los hermanos. Aprendes a liberarte de angustias, miedos y tristezas, para avanzar a la liberación interior y recobrar la estabilidad emocional y el encanto de vivir. Fundador: +Padre Ignacio Larrañaga 15 Sesiones - Iniciamos el sábado, 23 de enero y jueves, 28 de enero. Registraciones después de Misa hoy.

El grupo de hombres tendrá su primer retiro en Español durante el mes de febrero.

CRISTO RENUEVA SU PARROQUIA

Las fechas del retiro serán el 6 - 7 de febrero, 2016.

En las próximas semanas tendremos más información acerca de las inscripciones para el retiro. - Gracias

Anuncios: La clase de Formación de Lideres será hoy a las 3 pm en el salón Santa Rosa. ¡Los esperamos! Reiniciaremos las clases de Biblia los martes a las 11 am en el salón North Drake. ¡Los esperamos! Tendremos clases del Método Grief Recovery Los sábados a las 5:30 pm En el salón S. Drake Del 16 de enero al 12 de marzo 2016 a través del cual puedes superar las perdidas emocionales causadas por el fallecimiento de un ser querido, por un divorcio o por cualquier otra de las muchas pérdidas que vivimos como seres humanos. Para más información favor de llamar a la Hna. Yolanda Pérez al 972-542-4667 ext. 110

SAN BLAS

Día Festivo: 3 de febrero San Blas, obispo y mártir, que, por ser cristiano, padeció en tiempo del emperador Licinio en la ciudad de Sebaste, en Armenia (c. 320). Etimología: Blas = Aquél que es tartamudo, de origen latino Día Festivo de san Blas, miércoles, 3 de febrero Bendición de gargantas después de Misa a las 8am el miércoles. Blas, obispo de Sebaste de Armenia, es un personaje bastante incierto desde el punto de vista histórico, pero todavía goza de mucha popularidad por un milagro que se le atribuye y que ha perpetuado la conocida bendición contra el mal de la garganta. En efecto, se conoce en su Pasión que mientras llevaban al santo al martirio, una mujer se abrió paso entre la muchedumbre y colocó a los pies del santo obispo a su hijo que estaba muriendo sofocado por una espina de pescado que se le había atravesado en la garganta. San Blas puso sus manos sobre la cabeza del niño y permaneció en oración. Un instante después el niño estaba completamente sano. Este episodio lo hizo famoso como taumaturgo en el transcurso de los siglos, y sobre todo para la curación de las enfermedades de la garganta. Gracias a esta tradición, el nuevo calendario litúrgico ha colocado en este día la memoria del santo, aunque se trata de un personaje históricamente incierto. San Blas fue obispo de Sebaste a comienzos del siglo IV, y sufrió la persecución de Licinio, el colega del emperador Constantino. Puede, pues, considerarse como uno de los últimos mártires cristianos de esa época. Era el año 316. Parece que San Blas, siguiendo la advertencia del Evangelio, huyó de la persecución y se refugió en una gruta. La leyenda, como de costumbre, abunda en particulares amenos y nos presenta al anciano obispo rodeado de animales salvajes que lo visitan y le llevan alimento; pero como los cazadores van detrás de estos animales, el santo fue descubierto y llevado amarrado como un malhechor a la cárcel de la ciudad. A pesar de los prodigios que el santo hacía en la cárcel, lo llevaron a juicio y como no quiso renegar de Cristo y sacrificar a los ídolos, fue condenado al martirio: primero lo torturaron y después le cortaron la cabeza con Por: P. Ángel Amo | Fuente: Catholic.net una espada.

La conversión de San Pablo

Oración de Sto. Tomás de Aquino

Fiesta Litúrgica, 25 de enero "Y sucedió que, al llegar cerca de Damasco, de súbito le cercó una luz fulgurante venida del cielo, y cayendo por tierra oyó una voz que le decía: Saulo, Saulo, ¿por qué me persigues? Dijo: ¿Quién eres, Señor? Y él: Yo soy Jesús, a quien tú persigues. Pero levántate, y entra en la ciudad y se te dirá lo que has de hacer. Y los hombres que le acompañaban se habían detenido, mudos de espanto, oyendo la voz, pero sin ver a nadie. Se levantó Saulo del suelo y, abiertos los ojos, nada veía. Y llevándole de la mano lo introdujeron en Damasco, y estuvo tres días sin ver, y no comió ni bebió" (He 9, 3-9).

Concédeme, Señor, un corazón: vigilante, que ninguna curiosidad lo aparte de ti, noble, que ninguna influencia indigna lo envilezca, recto, que ninguna intención siniestra lo desvíe, firme, que ninguna tribulación lo debilite, libre, que ningún afecto violento lo reclame. Concédeme, Señor Dios mío, inteligencia que te conozca, diligencia que te busque, sabiduría que te encuentre, conducta que te agrade, perseverancia que te espere confiada y confianza de que un día al final te abrazaré.

Fuente: http://es.catholic.net/op/articulos/32147/cat/725/la -conversion-de-san-pablo.html

Fuente: http://www.dominicos.org/espiritualidad/oracion/ dominicanas/santo-tomas-de-aquino

III Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario, Ciclo C

Autor: Padre Antonio Izquierdo NEXO ENTRE LAS LECTURAS Tanto la primera lectura como el evangelio hablan del libro de la Escritura. Esdras, en la primera lectura, lee el libro de la Ley ante todo el pueblo, "aclarando e interpretando el sentido, para que comprendieran la lectura". En la sinagoga de Nazaret, Jesús se levanta, un día de sábado, para hacer la lectura del volumen del profeta Isaías, que le fue entregado por el sacristán de la sinagoga (evangelio). Para dar vida a la Escritura y hacerla real, Dios puso en la Iglesia los apóstoles, los profetas, los maestros, el don de lenguas, el don de interpretación..., de modo que la Palabra de Dios sea viva, vivifique y permanezca para siempre. Fuente: http://www.homiletica.org/antonioizquierdo/antonioizquierdo013.htm

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