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1 Seventh Sunday of Easter A Roman Catholic Stewardship Church MAY 28, 2017 Fr. Thomas Paul K. Naval PASTOR Fr. Gregory Dick, O. Praem WEEKEND ASSISTING PRIEST Dan Diesel DEACON Fr. Greg Márquez parochial vicar Fr. Joseph Young Priest in Residence Humberto Ramirez deacon MASS SCHEDULE: PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Saturday Vigil 5pm Sunday 7am, 8:30am, 10:15am, 12pm M, T, W, T, F 8:30am 1pm, 2pm 8:30pm Sunday 9am 12pm, 1pm 5:30pm PARISH OFFICE: RECONCILIATION: PARISH FAX: Friday 4pm 5pm BULLETIN/WEBSITE/PARISH APP: x236 Saturday 3:30pm 4:30pm FACILITIES SCHEDULING: x226 PERPETUAL ADORATION: FINANCE & BUSINESS MGR: x224 First Friday 8am 7:45am Benediction Saturday 8am HISPANIC MINISTRIES: x239 MAINTENANCE: x237 MASS WITH ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Second Saturday MUSIC MINISTRY: x229 of the Month 8am R.C.I.A: x231 HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: x230 Vigil 6pm YOUTH MINISTRY: x233 Holy Day 8am, 6pm, 7:30pm (Español) lake forest drive, lake forest, california, sdccatholic.org Daily (Mon Sat) 1:45pm, 6pm (Español) 8am (Rosary following Mass) First Friday 8am National Holidays 8am

2 Sunday/Domingo, May 28 9:00am Library Open 4:00pm Youth Ministry Training (Rm B & C) Monday/Lunes, May 29 PARISH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED IN OBSERVATION OF MEMORIAL DAY 7:00pm Ministerio del Rosario (Chapel) Tuesday/Martes, May 30 2:00pm Home School Music Class (Rooms A,B,K) 2:00pm Crafts for Christ (Library) 6:30pm Cub Scouts (Room A) 7:00pm Cristo Rey (Library) 7:00pm Christian Life Community (Santiago Rm) 7:00pm Coro (Church) 7:00pm St. Ignatius Spiritual Exercises (Chapel Rm) Wednesday/Miércoles, May 31 6:00pm Children s Choir (Room A) 6:30pm Liturgy Committee (Library) 7:00pm Ensemble Music Ministry (Church) 7:00pm Our Lady Queen of Peace (Chapel) Thursday/Jueves, June 1 6:45pm Estudio de Biblia (Rooms D,E,F,G,H,I) 7:00pm Writer s Group (Library) 7:00pm Chorale Music Ministry rehearsal (Room A) 7:00pm Adult Confirmation class (Rooms B,C,J,K) 7:30pm Santiago Minstrels choir practice (Church) Friday/Viernes, June 2 7:00am Christian Men in Commerce (Room A) 9:30am Al-anon (Room G) 2:30pm Home School dance class (Room A) 3:30pm Home School etiquette class (Library) 4:00pm Confessions (Church) 5:00pm Groupo de Crochet (Library) 6:00pm Youth Ministry Leader Meeting (Rm E,F,G,H) 6:30pm Holy Hour for Vocations (Church) 7:00pm Baptism Class (Rm A) 8:00pm 24-hour Adoration (Church) Saturday/Sabado, June 3 7:00am Catholic Men s Fellowship (Rms E,F,G,H) 8:00am Burrito Ministry (Kitchen) 8:00am Baptisms (Church) 2:00pm Marriage Blessing (Cou) (Church) 3:00pm Kyrie Music Ministry rehearsal (Room A) 3:30pm Confessions (Church) 5:00pm Saturday Vigil (Church) 6:00pm Appreciation Dinner (Rm B-K) Schedule Subject to Change Prayers for the Sick Sophia Ahn, Myrna Alferos, Ofelia Alvizo, Matthew Burges, Mr. Caschetta, Castro Family, Laura Espinoza, Jose Espinoza, Burgos Family, Frank La Franco, Luis Enrique Fuentes, Michael S. Garcia, Bill Goebel, Kathy Goebel, Carmen Gonzalez, Bea Gougeon, Rev. Dave Gruver, John Gutierrez, Mary Jane Haas, Andy Heidesch, Robert Holohan, Takoa Last, Norine Lawlor, Mike Madigan, Lenore McCracken, Guadalupe Meza, Jesus Meza, MAY Karim 21, 2017 Moftakhar, Mary Odierna, Lumi Palacio, Erika Pena, Liliana Pena, Benito Ramirez, Cyrus Rhee, Michelle Robillard, Anita Rodriguez, Rachel Ruelas, Rose Ruiz, Ilda Sánchez, Doris Sinclair, Irene Sullivan, Hai Tran, Guadalupe Villegas. Please note: In order to keep the list current, names will remain on the list for six weeks. Please resubmit after that time by contacting: Mass Intentions for the Week of 5/29 to 6/4 Monday (8am) Wayne Ellis Tuesday (8am) Maria Suh Chung Wednesday(8am) Ed Bowling Thursday (8am) Helenann Clarke Friday (8am) Ruth Brossfield Saturday (8am) Raul M. Villena Saturday (5pm) Vincent Ucci Sunday (7am) Micheal Tuquero Sunday (8:30am) Jacob Mathews Sunday (10:15am) Ryan Palacio Sunday (12pm) Irma & Vince Vazaquez Sunday (1:45pm) Roman Sanchez Sunday (6pm) Jerica E. Enriquez Readings for the Week Monday: Acts 19:1-8; Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab; Jn 16:29-33 Tuesday: Acts 20:17-27; Ps 68:10-11, 20-21; Jn 17:1-11a Wednesday: Zep 3:14-18a or Rom 12:9-16; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd -6; Lk 1:39-56 Thursday: Acts 22:30; 23:6-11; Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11; Jn 17:20-26 Friday: Acts 25:13b-21; Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab; Jn 21:15-19 Saturday: Acts 28:16-20, 30-31; Ps 11:4, 5, 7; Jn 21:20-25 Sunday: Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or Ez 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5; Ps 104:1-2a, 24, 35c, 27-28, 29bc-30; Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39 Day: Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34; 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13; Jn 20:19-23 In Memoriam 2017 Oscar Vargas, entered into Eternal Life on May 5, His Funeral Mass was held on Tuesday, May 30, 2017

3 Seventh Sunday of Easter May 28, 2017 For these gifts we are grateful: Sunday Offertory (5/21/17) Sunday Offertory: $ 13, Average Weekly Parish Pay: $ 4, $ 18, Total Budgeted Sunday Offertory: $ 22, $ (4,340.76) Building Fund: $ Seventh Sunday of Easter The Son will give eternal life to all those who are given to him by the Father -John 17:1-11a PSA 2017 Parish Assessment: $122, MAY 21, 2017 Total Pledged to Date: $154, Total Paid to Date: $106, Number of Pledges: 285 Mass Intentions 2017 The Reception Office will be taking Mass Intention Requests for the third quarter of 2017 (July through September) after June 1st, and will continue to do so until that quarter is booked. The requested donation remains $10 per Mass. For more information please contact our Reception Office. Catholic faith and by helping others we are actively The rest of the schedule for quarterly start dates are as follows: Living Our Faith. Thank you for your participation and generosity in the life of the parish and diocese. June 1st = July - September September 1st = October - December Second Collection Parishes in Collaboration June 3rd and 4th This collection is for the purpose of assisting parishes in the Diocese of Orange that exhibit ongoing needs that cannot be paid for by their ordinary income and has urgent needs (such as repairs, maintenance, and safety issues). All Money donated to this collection is put into a restricted fund that will be administered by a group consisting of laity and clergy of the diocese. Parishes with needs as stated above will apply for grants from this fund to be used for their specific needs. Thank you for your generosity. Please continue to prayerfully consider the amount of your pledge. Together we are united in the Holiday Parish Office Closure Memorial Day, Monday May 29th our parish offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day. The daily mass will be offered at 8am. Friday Evening Confessions Each Friday evening from 4pm to 5pm, Confessions will be heard by one or both of our parish priests, depending on availability. Unless both priests are away on retreat, there will always be at least one priest in the confessional that time. Santiago de Compostela s Annual Adult Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm Fr. Thomas, Fr. Greg, and the Staff invite you and your guest or spouse to attend this year s Hawaiian Themed Adult Volunteer Appreciation Dinner in the parish hall. Wear you favorite Hawaiian Shirt for this fun and informal event. The evening is complimentary and in gratitude of your service to our parish. Please RSVP in the Reception Office ASAP at We need to know who is coming to plan accordingly. Thank You!

4 T-Shirt Design Contest The 2017 Camino de Santiago committee is calling all artists, future artists and creative parishioners! Enter the contest to create the 2017 Camino de Santiago T- Shirt and win a free registration, a t-shirt that you designed and $50. Your creation can be the face of the 2017 Camino de Santiago. Don't forget to include key elements of the Camino like the arrows, shell, Camino cross, rocks, and/or elements of our own church, etc. The contest will start the weekend of May and ends June 3-4. Hurry and submit your entry to Ann-Marie Blaney at Why Tithe with Envelopes or ParishPay? Why is it important to actually use envelopes (or ParishPay) to make your weekly contributions rather than just putting cash into the collection basket? Because somewhere down the line you will probably come to the parish in need of contribution verification, especially for income taxes purposes or to qualify for Catholic Tuition Rates at your child s Catholic School. We are able to track weekly donations only when our parishioners use their envelopes or utilize electronic fund transfer through ParishPay. Loose cash or checks do not get posted to our database. To have your tithing documented please be sure to use either the envelopes or ParishPay so we may properly record your contribution to the parish. When including a check in the donation envelope, please write your envelope number (which is also your Parish ID number) in the memo line of your check, as well as list the check number on the envelope. Thank you for your assistance and God bless you for your continued generosity. Immigration Seminar Sunday May 28th, 2017 Update on latest understanding of the Immigration Directive (signed by President Trump). Understanding of the legal rights of the undocumented. Supporting data cards. Presentation and workshops on developing a Family Emergency plan. ParishPay We invite you to try ParishPay to make your monthly parish contributions. Convenient, Automatic, Consistent! Enroll and manage your account online using your Checking, Savings, MasterCard, Visa, Amex or Discover. Visit or call the Parish Office at for assistance. We can enroll you in just a few minutes. Picture 0n Front Cover Formación en la Fe Students who received their First Communion on Saturday, May 20. Submitted by Gloria Glenn. The Month of May is Dedicated to Mental Health Awareness Please keep those affected by any MENTAL HEALTH disorder in your thoughts and prayers. Statistics indicate 1 of 4 adults and 1 of 5 children suffer with some type of mental disorder. MAY 21, 2017 Senior Activities 2017 June 20- Lunch at DINH HO in Ralph s Shopping Center Lake Forrest Drive and Trabuco. Meet there at 11:00am. July 18- Lunch at JOLANDA S on El Toro Road (Across from Smart & Final Foods). Meet there at 11:00am. Wills and Bequests Please consider placing Santiago de Compostela Church in your Will so that your legacy might continue through the important works and ministries of the parish. You or your estate planner can contact the Orange Catholic Foundation at for information. Please be sure to stipulate Santiago de Compostela Church in Lake Forest, California! UNLAWFUL SOLICTATORS As you may know in recent weeks we've been visited by unwelcome solicitors. Originally they were not on Santiago property, last Sunday they violated Lake Forest City Ordinance covering private property and came on our property to the Parish Hall in front of the Church. We will have them removed either voluntarily or by the police. Please do not be confused the Lake Forest police know of this group, its much larger than we see and in fact are bused into Lake Forest. This is not a family living on the fringes, its a scam. However recognizing "who are we to judge" we recommend you DO NOT give them money, instead tell them to call is Orange County services hot-line it's answered by a human with lists of resources where one can obtain almost any service they need. food, shelter, health issues, both mental and physical. Please DO NOT give them money Bishop Johnson Council Charity Golf Tournament (hosted by Santiago's KofC) Sunday June 11th at Tijeras Creek Golf Club in RSM. 1 PM shotgun start with registration starting at 11:30 AM. $145 per player includes golf/cart; tri-tip dinner and one entry to helicopter ball drop fundraiser. Ball drop grand prize will be up to $500 (or 10% of the total ball drop sales whichever is less). Ball drop entries are 1 for $10; 3 for $25 or 5 for $40. Tee sponsors needed for $125 minimum per hole. Tournament sponsors also needed. Contact Al Gamarra or ) for details on playing or how to help with the tournament. Sign up and fundraiser tickets will be available after all Masses starting May 20th.

5 JMJ 28 May 2017 My Dearest Parish Family, God be with us always. A Blessed Feast of Ascension to all. Congratulations to the families of those who receive First Communion in our Spanish Religious Education. After presiding at three Masses one after the other, then having a lunch meeting with a lovely couple whose Wedding Vows I will witness this coming July, then celebrating the Christening (Baptism) of four precious children Edward Jr., Hazel, Ruby and Autumn and then finally receiving Elijah the grandson of friends from my former parish in Anaheim... all last Sunday s event... I remember muttering to myself is yeah love is dynamic difficult but not impossible. Before our Lord ascended to Heaven, he had two parting words: one an assurance that we will never be alone even at the same breath He tells us to go and spread, be witnesses to all the world. We have gots a lot to do people, an expression y friend during seminary days would often say. It gives me so much joy, consolation and inspiration how people responded in the PSA Update and Appeal made last weekend. You have all been great in your willingness to come together so we can accomplish much. Hats off to Pat Walloch and Jeanine Sansone for being brave enough to speak to us. Surely that thermometer will see northern movement. Gratitude and blessings to all! I leave space for the Camino now; only after humbly asking that we pray for those receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation this coming weekend. God bless and take care. Love and prayers, 28 de mayo de 2017 Mi Querida Familia Parroquial, Que Dios este siempre con nosotros. Para todos una Bendita Festividad de la Ascensión. Felicidades a las familias de aquellos que recibieron la Primera Comunión de nuestro Catecismo en Español. Después de haber celebrado tres misas una tras otra, luego tener una comida de trabajo con una hermosa pareja de quien seré testigo de sus Votos de Boda este próximo julio, luego celebrar el Bautismo de cuatro preciosos niños; Edward Jr., Hazel, Ruby y Autumn y finalmente recibir a Elijah el nieto de amigos de mi previa parroquia en Anaheim todos los eventos del pasado domingo me recuerdo susurrando a mí mismo si que el amor MAY 21, 2017 es dinámico, difícil pero no imposible. Antes que el Señor ascendiera al Cielo, dejo dos palabras de despedida: la primera fue de una promesa, que nunca estaremos solos, y en el mismo respiro nos dice que vayamos y nos difundamos, para ser testigos en todo el mundo. Gente, tenemos mucho que hacer, era una expresión amigable durante mis días en el seminario que a menudo decíamos. Me da mucha alegría, consolación y inspiración en cómo la gente respondió en la actualización de la Campaña de Servicios Pastorales que les hice la semana pasada. Todos ustedes han sido grandiosos en su disponibilidad de venir juntos para que podamos lograr mucho. Me inclino el sombrero por Pat Wallach y Jeanine Sonsone, las cuales fueron tan valientes para hablar en frente de nosotros. Realmente el termómetro se dirigirá hacia arriba. Gratitud y bendiciones para todos! Le dejo el espacio para lo del Camino; solo después de pedirles humildemente que oremos por los que han de recibir el Sacramento de Confirmación esta próxima fin de semana. Dios los bendiga y cuídense. Amor y oraciones, Fr. Thomas Camino de Santiago Compostela What and Why? For the next three weeks we will answer the questions: What is the Camino, and, Why do Pilgrims walk the Camino? St James the Apostle traveled from Jerusalem to the Iberian Peninsula, now Spain, where he evangelized for approximately two years. In 44 CE, James returned to Jerusalem where King Herodes Agrippa tortured him to death, thus he become one of the first Christian martyrs. Here history gives way to legend as it is said that the king forbid the burial of James body, which was stolen by disciples, placed in a marble sarcophagus, and brought by boat to the Spanish coast in Galicia. The body was transported to a hillside north of Flavia and buried, remaining undiscovered for nearly 800 years. Once discovered through miraculous intervention, the Bishop of Flavia, decided to investigate. The Bishop found the tomb, containing the bodies of St. James and two of his followers, Athanasius and Theodore. A shrine was built/dedicated to St. James at Santiago de Compostela in the 9th century. Pilgrimages to the shrine became the most renowned of medieval pilgrimages, with those who returned from Compostela to carrying back with them a Galician scallop shell, as proof of their completion of the journey. The scallop shell became a Christian symbol for St. James, which many pilgrims wore as a sign to anyone on the road that they were pilgrims. Next week: Our Lady of the Pillar Two weeks: Tradition of Carrying a Stone Fr. Thomas Camino de Santiago Compostela Qué es? y Por qué? Durante las próximas tres semanas estaremos respondiendo a las preguntas: Qué es el Camino?, y, Por qué los peregrinos caminan por el Camino? * Santiago el Apóstol viajó de Jerusalén a la Península Ibérica, ahora España, donde evangelizó durante aproximadamente dos años. * En el año 44 AD, Santiago regresó a Jerusalén donde el rey Herodes Agrippa lo torturó hasta la muerte, por lo que se convirtió en uno de los primeros mártires cristianos. * Aquí la historia da paso a la leyenda, ya que se dice que el rey prohíbe el entierro del cuerpo de Santiago, que fue robado por discípulos, colocado en un sarcófago de mármol, y llevado por barco a la costa española en Galicia. * El cuerpo fue transportado a una ladera al norte de Flavia y enterrado, permaneciendo sin descubrir durante casi 800 años. * Una vez descubierto a través de una intervención milagrosa, el obispo de Flavia, decidió investigar. El Obispo encontró la tumba, que contenía los cuerpos de Santiago y dos de sus seguidores, Atanasio y Teodoro. * Un santuario fue construido y dedicado a Santiago en Santiago de Compostela en el siglo IX. Las peregrinaciones al santuario se convirtieron en las peregrinaciones medievales más renombradas, con los que regresaron de Compostela a llevar consigo una concha de vieira, como prueba de su finalización del viaje. * La concha de vieira se convirtió en un símbolo cristiano de Santiago, que muchos peregrinos usaban como una señal, y que mostraba a cualquier persona en el camino que ellos eran peregrinos. Próxima semana: Nuestra Señora del Pilar En dos semanas: La Tradición de llevar una piedra

6 RE Classes in the Fall: Religious Education will begin in the Fall of Registration forms for those preparing and for those that have already received First Communion are located at the Receptionist Office in The Hall. Gloria will be present at Sign Up Sunday! on June 11 th after all of the morning Masses, be sure to stop by and say hi! Congratulations First Communicants! If you forgot to pick up your child s First Communion Certificate, please stop by the Receptionist Office in The Hall to retrieve it. VBS 2017 August 7th - 11th 8:45am to 12:30pm Save the Date! Join us for a fun filled week of creating, playing and learning about God! VBS enrollment is open; you can pick up the various registration forms (Camper, Student Leader or Adult Volunteer) at the Receptionist Office in The Hall. For more information contact First Friday Holy Hour June 2 Each first Friday of the month we have a 24 hour Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament (from 8am Friday to 8am Saturday) with the Holy Hour of Prayer on Friday at 7pm. Adoration ends Saturday morning with Benediction before the 8am Mass. Mass with Anointing of the Sick Mass with Anointing of the Sick will be celebrated on the second Saturday (June 10) of every month during the 8am Mass. Come and experience the power of faith and the healing presence of God. Please submit all articles for the bulletin to Articles must be submitted NO LATER than Wednesday morning at 9am. Confirmation News: Leadership training for the new youth and young adult leaders will begin in June: We will be starting the leadership training next month on June 4 th in the parish hall. We hope you will consider becoming a part of next year s leadership team. There are all kinds of leaders. Let me know what your interest is for parish or peer leadership. Newly Confirmed Teens: MAY 21, 2017 If you forgot to pick up your confirmation certificate, please call or stop by the parish office to get it. We have extra copies of the program if you would like one too. Next FNL meeting is 5/27 from 2-4 in the parish hall. Join us! Sticker chock and merchant ed event is 6/3. Incoming 9 th graders: Registration for Confirmation Preparation opens June 1. Please stop by the youth ministry office to pick up the registration form. This program is available for all baptized high school students. ****Baccalaureate Mass is Saturday, June 10 at the 5pm mass. Please plan to attend this mass in your cap and gown if possible. You will process with Father Thomas into mass then be seated and process out. This is for any graduate, kindergarten through graduate school. Attention Knitters All knitters and crocheters are invited to join us from 2 to 4pm on the last Tuesday of each month. May 30th, this month. We make scarves, hats, blankets etc., for the military, the homeless, and Obria. We welcome yarn donations suitable for our projects. For information call Joyce McCarthy at Are You Prepared for Your Child s Baptism? Baptism classes are held the first Friday evening of every month (June 2nd). Class attendance by parents and godparents must be completed in order for your baby to be Baptized. The Baptism procedures and Baptism registration forms can be easily downloaded from our website. Contact Parish Office at with your questions. Renew Your Prayer Life Would you like to learn how to have an intimate relationship with God? The same God who created the entire universe and everything in it. A God who loves us and desires only the best for each one of us. The Ignatian Ministry will be holding a 4 week Light Works version of the well-known Spiritual Exercises starting 7:00 PM June 5 th 2016 in the Santiago Room. Please contact Grant Stockton at or Kathleen Collins at for more information and to preregister. Facility Scheduling Attention all ministry leaders: In an effort to avoid any scheduling issues or conflicts, all requests for scheduling the church, parish hall, or any other part of our facilities needs to be submitted through

7 Seventh Sunday of Easter May 28, 2017 Zumba Class Segunda Colecta Our next Zumba Class will be on Monday, June 5th from 5:30pm to 6:30pm in Rooms J and K in the Parish Hall. This class is for adults 18 years and older, led by parishioner and Zumba Instructor, Maria Rodriguez, and will meet every other Monday. To attend, we ask a free-will donation at each class that will go to the parish. To contact Maria, please her at: Colecta de Colaboración para las Parroquias con necesidades económicas 3 y 4 de Junio Esta colecta es para asistir a parroquias en la Diócesis de Orange que tienen gastos continuos que no pueden ser pagados por sus ingresos ordinarios y tienen necesidades MAY 21,Todo 2017el urgentes (como reparaciones o mantenimiento). dinero donado en esta colecta es puesto en un fondo restringido que será administrado por un grupo conformado por laicos y el clero de la diócesis. Más recientemente el comité ha enfocado las subvenciones a cuestiones de seguridad incluso reparaciones de emergencia eléctricas y de plomería. Gracias por su generosidad! Grupo de Oración Cristo Rey Ruth Burns, Group Leader 4306 Via Norte Cypress, CA El grupo de oración Cristo Rey te invita a la noche de alabanza y oración este próximo viernes 16 de junio de Nuestras reuniones comienzan con la Santa Misa a las 6:30 pm. Phones: ; Crochet con Amor Catholic Men's Fellowship presents, Marriage: How to be a Catholic husband in a secular world! Saturday, June 3, 2017 (All are welcome to attend) Mass at 8:00am in the Church, followed by breakfast and program in the Parish Hall. Guest Speaker: Jim Blackburn, Catholic Apologist, Author, and Speaker There is no charge for this event. A freewill offering will be taken to help defray cost of meal. PSA 2017 Objetivo Parroquial: $122, Total prometido hasta la fecha: $154, Total pagado hasta la fecha: $106, Número de promesas: 285 Por favor continúe considerando la cantidad de su compromiso. Juntos estamos unidos en la misma Fe católica y ayudando a otros estamos activamente viviendo nuestra fe. Gracias por su generosidad y participación en la vida de la parroquia y de la diócesis. Aquí en Santiago contamos con un grupo muy bueno y divertido de personas que se reúnen a tejer (crochet y tejido a dos agujas) todos los Viernes de 5pm a 8pm en la biblioteca localizada en el Parish Hall. Si sabes poco o nada de tejido o eres experto aquí todos son bienvenidos. Para cualquier información puedes llamar a Blanca Gutiérrez al Aceptamos donaciones de estambre. Las Oficinas Parroquiales estarán cerradas con motivo del Memorial Day Este próximo 29 de mayo de 2017 La Misa diaria será ofrecida a las 8:00 am Las oficinas reabrirán el martes 30 de mayo en su horario regular.

8 Felicidades a todos los niños que este sábado 20 de mayo recibieron por primera vez a Jesús Sacramentado en su Primera Comunión. También felicitamos a sus padres, padrinos y demás familiares en esta ocasión tan especial. Perdonar no es un sentimiento, perdonar es una decisión! Para perdonar a una persona no tienes que sentirlo porque perdonar es un acto de la voluntad, es una decisión. Nuestra fe está basada en dos principios: El amor y el perdón. La palabra perdón en inglés se dice: For-give y en español per-dón. En otras palabras, el perdón es un don, y un don es un regalo. Cuando una persona guarda un resentimiento o rencor en su corazón el más afectado es la misma persona. Cuántos de nosotros guardamos rencor contra otra persona por muchos años y esta persona ni cuenta se da! En cambio, cuando damos el perdón a otro, los más beneficiados somos nosotros mismos. En el Evangelio de San mateo, capítulo 18, versículo 21, San pedro le pregunta a Jesús: Señor cuántas veces tengo que perdonar a mi hermano, si me hace algo malo? Hasta siete? Jesús le contesto: No te digo hasta siete veces, sino hasta setenta veces siete Hermano, Hermana, si has guardado rencor contra alguien te invito para que te des la oportunidad de perdonar a aquella persona que te hizo daño. Tal vez se trate de alguien que ya murió o se encuentra lejos. No importa cuánto tiempo ha pasado, solo invoca al Espíritu Santo para que, Él, que es el gran intercesor, interceda por ti para que puedas otorgar el perdón. Si la persona está lejos o simplemente no está, o incluso si esa persona está cerca de ti, ponte en la presencia de Dios y en contexto de oración escribe una carta a esta persona dándole el perdón. Luego, rompe o quema esa carta. Toma la decisión y perdónale! No esperes más! Perdona y serás una persona libre! Dios te bendiga! Diácono Humberto Ramirez Inscripciones para la Catequesis en Español Para niños de 6 a 12 años Las inscripciones para la catequesis del año escolar comenzarán a partir del 5 de Junio Pasa por la MAY oficina 21, de 2017 la recepción parroquial y completa la forma de inscripción. Recuerda traer el certificado de bautismo del niño(a) cuando vengas a inscribirlo(a) Estudio de la Biblia en Español La próxima semana continuaremos el estudio de las cartas de san Pablo a los Romanos, capítulo 13. Estaremos estudiando acerca de: Cómo el amor resume la ley! Acompáñanos, todos los jueves de 6:45 a 9pm en el salón parroquial. Adultos solamente. GRUPO DEL ROSARIO Ahora nuestra comunidad de Santiago de Compostela tiene un grupo de oración en español que es devoto al rezo del Rosario. Ven a la Capilla del Santísimo todos los lunes a las 7 pm y acompáñanos a rezar el Rosario por las intenciones de todas nuestras familias. Te esperamos! Novena al Espíritu Santo Ven acompáñanos y prepárate para celebrar la Fiesta de Pentecostés. Comenzando el viernes 26 de mayo a las 7 pm en la Capilla del Santísimo Sacramento. La Novena finaliza el viernes 3 de junio.

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