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ST. At0RFw CATH0llC CHuRCH
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Rev. Msgr. Hugh Marren, Pastor ~ Rev. Juan Areiza, Parochial Vicar

Deacons: Rev. Mr. William Keen, Rev. Mr. Tom Gotschall, and Rev. Mr. José Campos
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OFFICE HOURS:
Monday ~ Friday
9:00am to 4:00pm

REGULAR MASSES:
Monday ~ Friday:
9:00am, and 12:15pm

Saturday: 9:00am, 5:00pm
Family Vigil

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am,
10:30am, 12:00pm,
5:00pm Life Teen
7:00pm Spanish

Civil Holidays: 10:00am

NURSERY:
Sunday 9:00am and
10:30am Masses

ADORATION:
Monday ~ Friday
9:30am ~ 9:00pm

MIRACULOUS MEDAL
NOVENA IN CHAPEL:
Mondays at 7:15pm

CONFESSIONS:
Saturdays 9:30am ~
10:30am & on request
Spanish:
Monday 7:00pm-9:00pm

VISITATION OF SICK:
Please keep us informed so
that we can be attentive to
those who are ill.

Transfiguration of the Lord, Thursday, August 6, 2009



Monday, August 3
9:00 a.m. Eleanor Engel (SI)
12:15 p.m.

Tuesday, August 4
9:00 a.m. †Cindi Hearn & †Pat Bratton
12:15 p.m.

Wednesday, August 5
9:00 a.m. Marilyn Hoesley (SI)
12:15 p.m. For all those in the Armed Forces and their
families

Thursday, August 6
9:00 a.m. †Katherine Deegan
12:15 p.m.

Friday, August 7
9:00 a.m. †Nancy Proctor
12:15 p.m.

Saturday, August 8
9:00 a.m. †Frances Inzerillo
5:00 p.m. Bill & Babs Keen 50th Anniversary

Sunday, August 9
7:30 a.m. †Ethero Gadau Wella
9:00 a.m. †Kelly Smentek
10:30 a.m. †Don Booker
12:00 p.m. †Fred Hachtel
5:00 p.m. People of the Parish
7:00 p.m. Spanish Mass

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up to heaven, He said the blessing and gave the loaves
to the disciples, who in turn gave them to the crowds.

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Mf l4·22·36) Command me to come to you on the wa-
ter.

Wodnosdnv· Wodnosdnv· Wodnosdnv· Wodnosdnv· ÐodIcnfIon of fho InsIIIcn of Sf. Mnrv
Mnjor In !omo íÞm l3·l·2, 25·l4·l, 26·29n, 34·35, Is
l06, Mf l5·2l·28) O woman, great is your faith!

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·l4, Is 9?, 2If l·l6·l9, Mk 9·2·l0) This is my beloved
Son.

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íÐf 4·32·40, Is ??, Mf l6·24·28) What can one give in
exchange for one’s life?

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If you have faith, nothing will be impossible for you.

Sundnv· Sundnv· Sundnv· Sundnv· ÞInofoonfh Sundnv of OrdInnrv TImos íl
Kgs l9·4·8, Is 34, Iph 4·30·5·2, Jn 6·4l·5l, ) I am the
living bread that came down from heaven.



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Mass Intentions for The Week
ST. ANDREW CATHOLIC CHURCH
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SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
CONFERENCE AT ST. ANDREW: The St. Vin-
cent de Paul Society provides financial, material, edu-
cational and spiritual support to those in need regard-
less of background or faith and collaborates with other organiza-
tions to empower people to achieve self-sufficiency. Our next
meeting is Tuesday, August 4th at 7:00pm in the Multi-Purpose
room. Come join us as we grow in spirituality through helping the
poor in our community.

tFwS FR0H THF 0l0CFSF.
Pope Benedict XVI has named Monsignor Luis Rafael Zarama, 50,
vicar general of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, to be auxiliary bishop of
Atlanta. The appointment was announced in Washington, July 27,
by Archbishop Pietro Sambi, apostolic nuncio to the United States.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory will hold a press conference in At-
lanta at 10:00 am, July 27, 2009, at the Catholic Center of the Arch-
diocese of Atlanta to announce the appointment to the local com-
munity.
Archbishop Gregory said, “I am deeply grateful to His Holiness for
this appointment which so favorably responds to the growing pas-
toral needs of our burgeoning local Church. The Holy Father’s se-
lection of Monsignor Zarama from among our own generous and
zealous priests is an affirmation not only of the gifts of this very fine
priest, but of the quality of all of the priests who serve us. I heartily
congratulate Bishop-elect Zarama and I look forward to working
with him in the Episcopal service of the needs of all of our people.”
Luis Zarama was born November 28, 1958, in Pasto, Colombia. He
entered the seminary of Pasto and the Universidad Mariana, where
he studied philosophy and theology, from 1982-1987. He studied
canon law at the Universidad Javeriana, in Bogata, from 1987-
1991. He was ordained a priest in Atlanta in 1993.
Monsignor Zarama’s archdiocesan assignments have included pa-
rochial vicar, Sacred Heart Parish, Atlanta, 1993-1996; Administra-
tor, St. Helena Mission, Clayton, Georgia, 1996-2006; pastor, St.
Mark Parish, Clarkesville, Georgia, 1996-2006; Advocate, Court of
Appeals, Ecclesiastical Province of Atlanta, 1993-1997; Defender of
the Bond, Court of Appeals, Ecclesiastical Province of Atlanta, 1997
-present; Assistant Director of Vocations, 2000-present; and Vicar
General, 2006-present. He also has been a member of the Com-
mittee for Continuing Education of Priests, 1996-present, and a
member of the Personnel Board, 2004-present.
In 2007, he was named a chaplain of His Holiness and received the
title “monsignor.” He became an American citizen July 4, 2000.
2007, he was named a chaplain of His Holiness and received the
title “monsignor.” He became an American citizen July 4, 2000.
The Atlanta Archdiocese has a population of 6,773,819 people, with
750,000, or 11 percent, of them Catholic.
The Episcopal Ordination of Bishop-Elect Luis R. Zarama will take
place on Tuesday 29 September, 2009,the Feast of the Archangels
Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael at the Cathedral of Christ the King
Atlanta, Georgia
CANCER HOME RAFFLE: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home pro-
vides a free room to patients with incurable cancer. Every year we
sell tickets for their Medical Supply Fund. Tickets will be in boxes at
each of the doors for the next 3 weekends. Donation is a book of 6
tickets for $5.00 for $1.00 per ticket. Feel free to take the ticket
home to fill out (name and phone number) and bring back the next
week. Checks made out to OLPH Aux.
WELCOME VISITORS
AND NEWCOMERS!
We invite you to register and become
part of our St. Andrew parish family!

Please fill out a registration form located on the information wall in
the narthex (main church entrance) or stop by the parish
office during the week. Welcome!

Join our Q&A sessions about our
Catholic Faith
most Sundays from 9-10am in the RCIA room
(upstairs in Building B). Questions? Please call
Deacon Tom Gotschall: 7/490-9436
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Religious Education Registration
Fall Religious Education Classes begin Sunday,
September 13, 2009 during the 10:30am Mass
for PK to K. Classes will also take place on
Monday evenings from 6:00pm to 7:15pm grades
K to 8.Registration forms are available in the
Narthex of the Church and at the front desk. All
registrations must be in no later than August 1, 2009.

CATECHETICAL SUNDAY

St. Andrew Department of Religious Education is hosting a
retreat for all volunteer catechists from 2008—2009—2010

The Spirituality of the Catechist Retreat
Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, September 20
at
The Lodge at Simpsonwood
Norcross, GA 30092

Please call Eileen DeJulio to reserve your spot
770-641-9720 ext 231

or e-mail your reservation to
religioused@standrewcatholic.com
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Meghan Austin: 4/293-2999, littleflowerpower@hotmail.com

Tonight-Stone Mountain Laser Show after the 5pm Life Teen
Mass. Those who have signed up in advance, please meet in
the Life Teen Lounge after Mass.
August 9-No Life Teen (Last night of summer)
August 23-Dinner at Chili’s (on Mansell Rd. and North Point
Pkwy. Bring our own money and meet after the Life Teen Mass)
August 30-No Life teen
September 6,-No Life Teen (Labor Day Weekend)
September 13-9th Grade Parent and Student confirmation Infor-
mation Meeting in the Life Teen Lounge after the Life Teen Mass
September 20-10th Grade Parent and Student Confirmation
Information Meeting in the Life Teen Lounge after the Life Teen
Mass
September 27-Life Teen Fall Kick off with Trivia Night!!

Note to Parents of rising 9th and 10th grade students: Don’t forget
to register your teen for the Sacrament of Confirmation. Forms can
be found outside the Life Teen office. Each student must have a
completed current form on file each year!

Life Teen is collecting new and gently used baby items for families in
need. We are collecting clothes, bottles, lotions, diapers, bibs, etc.
Please place them in the bin outside the Life Teen office.

Volunteer Catechist Applications
The St. Andrew Office of Religious Education is
accepting applications for volunteer catechists for
the Fall 2009/2010 school year. Volunteer forms
are available on the information wall of the Church
Narthex and at the front desk of the administrative
offices. Please prayerfully consider sharing your
faith with the children of St. Andrew Parish. No experience neces-
sary. Training, prayers, love and support provided.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
July 18th at the 5pm Mass, Msgr. Marren installed
the officers for the 2009-2010 year.
He was assisted by Dave Capano and Dennis Klein.
The elected officers were:
Grand Knight- Tom Hoover
Deputy Grand- Knight Ed Schroeder
Chancellor- Dimitri Tripodi
Financial Secretary- Abe Kassis
Recorder- Phil Cote
Warden- David Moore
Treasurer- John Healy
Trustee 3Year- Brian Peabody
Trustee 2 Year- Tom D'Errico
Trustee 1 Year- Chuck Langgood
Advocate- Bill Zaryski
Inside Guard- Bill Campbell
Outside Guard-Terry Petrukovich
After Mass, a meal was served in the Parish hall. After dinner,
Grand Knight, Tom Hoover, presented the “Knight of the Year”
award to Dimitri Tripodi and “Family of the Year” award to John
and Paulette Healy.
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Journey in Faith Formation will kick off its new series this
September. Our fall classes will begin with:
EPIC: A Journey Through Church History. The first
10 sessions of this program will be offered on Sunday
afternoons at 3:00pm facilitated by John Harvey. They
will also be offered from 10:00 to 11:30 at the Tuesday Morning
Bible Study facilitated by Christine Caveness. The fee for the pro-
gram is $35. Contact Cassi Villanueva at 770-641-9720 Ext. 230
for the Sunday Program and Christine Caveness at 770-393-1816
for the Tuesday morning program.

JIFF will also be offering other programs throughout the year in-
cluding: Liturgy—The Mass—January, 2010 and Catholic Meth-
odology—Handing on the Faith

These classes are open to adults who are interested in learning
more about the Catholic Faith. As an added benefit, those who
attend the classes will receive credit toward Advance Catechist
Certification.
Two Hearts Vigil August 7th
First Friday/First Saturday Mass
8:00 pm – Rosary & Confessions
9:00 pm – Mass for Sacred Heart
10:00pm – Adoration
1:00 am - Mass for Immaculate Heart
ST. ANDREW CATHOLIC CHURCH
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Blue Candle of Life
Burns in the Chapel for the Anniversary of
John & Marie Vicario
For your intentions sign-up in the Pro-Life book by
the Chapel door.
$10 donation to the Pro-Life Ministry.

THE ELIJAH CUP
The Elijah Cup is a chalice that is given to parishioners
and families to take home from Mass to use as a focal
point while praying for vocations. You may sign up for
the Mass of your choice in the main church entrance or
call Liz Schantz: 7/518-6836.

Sunday 7/26 10:30am The Regan Family
St. Andrew Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Date: July 9, 2009

Attendees: John Miles (President), Margaret Ward (Vice-President),
Ginny Boll, Susan Demaso, Renay Miller, Evelyn Shanni, Jeanne
Faas

Not Present: Bob Ouellette (Secretary), Mike Lerch, Rick Medina,
Liz Schantz, Diana Zabala, Monsignor Marren, Father Areiza (all
excused)

Meeting called to order:
The meeting was called to order by John Miles, President at
6:40p.m. Quorum was established and the meeting was opened with
a prayer by John.

Approval of minutes:
The June minutes were approved as previously distributed.
Old Business:
Discipleship Program Update – Eileen DeJulio and Al
Fuehrer met and are getting their group going. All
other sections have been submitted.
St. Andrew Statue – Evelyn Shanni reported that the
artist will soon have pictures to show his progress
on the statue. Also she was not able to find a pro-
gram through any of the grocery stores for raising
statue funds, but will look into alternatives.
Ministries Survey – Susan Demaso is in the process of
contacting all the ministries to determine their
status. It was decided to divide the ministries
among the council members to obtain updated
contact information on each by the next meeting.
New Business:
Annual Parish Picnic - The date of the picnic has been
changed to November 7
th
. Of all the ministries
contacted to help, there has been an enthusiastic
response. The core team is almost complete.
Council Vacancy – John Miles informed the council of
the resignation of Dave Capano from the council.
As directed in the council by-laws, John will make
a recommendation of a parishioner to finish
Dave’s term.
Helping Hands Fall Projects – It has been decided to
have a one day clean up that will include inside
and outside chores. The date picked is Saturday,
November 14
th
. Parish council members will
compile “to do”
lists and try to solicit help from parishioners with
the right skills and tools to complete the tasks.
Stations of the Cross Park signs – Wording was ap-
proved for signs to be erected at the two entrances
to the river. It is to be presented to Monsignor
Marren for final approval and then Jeanne Faas
will order and have them put up.
Adjournment:
The meeting ended at 7:35p.m. John led us in a closing prayer.
ST. MARTIN DE PORRES NEEDS VOLUNTEERS:
St. Martin de Porres is in need of mentors for the Drake
House. Mentors assist the mother and child(ren) for three
months, spending approximately 2 hours a week, in pro-
moting success as the family works toward their goals. If
you would like to volunteer or need more information, please contact
Ann Bornhorst at loramie@aol.com.

BAPTISM CLASS: All parents who wish to have
their children baptized in the month of September
need to attend a Baptism Class on Monday, August
17th Please call the office to register. Parents will
need to be registered and active members of the parish for a mini-
mum of three months prior to taking the class.
SECOND COLLECTION FOR ST. VINCENT DE PAUL ATLANTA
SUNDAY AUGUST 23, 2009
Why would I contribute to the Annual 2
nd
Collection in
support of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Atlanta?
1. This is the only collection that funds Society wide pro-
grams such as our Education, Pharmacy, Sweet Dreams
Bed, and Uplift Mentoring Programs.
2. Our central Conference Support Center supplies admin-
istrative, legal, and fiduciary services to all 68 parish
Society Conferences.
3. The needs supported by this Annual Collection provide
critical services, that otherwise would go unmet
throughout the Atlanta Archdiocese.
Once a year, the St. Vincent de Paul Atlanta Council Office requests
donations to help cover the costs of providing new and existing pro-
grams to each of its 68 parish based societies through North and Mid-
dle Georgia.
Please give generously and help us help others during these
turbulent economic times?
Visit www.svdpatl.org to learn more about St. Vincent de Paul. To
find out how you can further support the Society of St. Vincent de
Paul contact Joe O’Farrell at jofarrell@svdpatl.org or call 770-576-
4091.
ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS: St. Joseph’s Hospi-
tal needs volunteers one Sunday or Saturday a month to work in the Gift
Shop. The Rose Hayes Gift Shop in the main lobby of the hospital is a
brand newly built gift shop that is light and airy with a wonderful merchan-
dise. If you have the time one a month from 10:00 to 3:00 to volunteer,
please call Carol Glass at 678-843-7292. One Sunday a month we have 2
openings so you could sign up with a friend! You will be trained and lunch
is free on the day you work.
EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME AUGUST 2, 2009
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Ministry Contacts
Parish Activities at a Glance Parish Activities at a Glance
Weekly Events
Adoration M to F 9:30am-9:00pm
Divine Mercy Chaplet Fri. 3:00pm
Legion of Mary Thurs. 10:00am
Miraculous Medal Novena Mon. 7:15pm
Spirit and Truth Mon. 8:00p.m
Respect Life Rosary Sun. at 1:00pm
RCIA Sun. at 9:00am
Rosary M to F. 8:25am
Rosary M to F 12:45pm
Sp. Divine Mercy Chaplet Mon. 6:00pm
Toastmasters Thurs. 7:45pm
Monthly Events
Columbian Squires 2nd Sun. at 3:45pm
Knights of Columbus 1st Mon. at 7:30pm
Parish Council 2nd Thur. at 6:30pm
St. Vincent de Paul 1st Tue. at 7:00pm
St. Vincent de Paul 3rd Sat. at 8:00am
Venturing Crew 2nd & 4th Monday at 7:00pm
Catholic Therapists

St. Andrew has several professional therapists who provide services in
an office area here at church. Each is a licensed and independent prac-
titioner, and a member of the Catholic Therapist Association. You may
call them individually for an appointment:
Tom Spudic, Ph.D. (7/596-5869), Ann Howe, Ph.D. (6/887-7800),
Mary Cheryl Henderson, L.P.C. (4/936-1144)
Altar Care Trudy Scully 770/998-8752
Altar Servers Sheryl Hess 770-998-6766
American Heritage Girls Kim Wunschel 770-363-2012
Bereavement Ministry Jenny Smentek 770-645-2307
Bible Study (Friday Night) Elaine Ruppenthal 770-754-6104
Bible Study (Friday Morning) Gene O’Brien 770-664-5639
Bible Study (Tues. & Wed.) Christine Caveness 770-393-1816
Caring Connection Ginny Boll 770-993-8738
Catholics Returning Home Larry/Tracie Vicario 770-998-5971
CHAMPS Youth Group 4th & 5th Grade
Christen Barrett 770-641-9720 x230
Christ Renews His Parish Deborah Stevens 678-461-0868
Columbian Squires Don Boyle 770-410-9237
Cub Scout Pack 2006 Phil Vance 770-597-1401
EDGE Youth Group Christen Barrett 770-641-9720 x230
Elijah Cup Liz Schantz 770-518-6836
Eucharist Adoration Guardians Carol Meurer 770-641-9720
Eucharistic Ministers Parish Office 770-641-9720
Familia Lydia Hazelwood 770-752-7381
GIFT (Growing in Faith Together) Christy Medina 770-521-2857
Homeschoolers of St. Andrew Carolyn Rittmueller 770-346-7557
Homestretch Karen Schneider 770-998-9398
JIFF-Journey in Faith Formation Cassi Villanueva 770-490-1229
Knights of Columbus Tom Hoover 770-641-9720
Lectors Gert Mullin 770-772-6280
Legion of Mary Carol Albright 770-993-7903
Life Teen/High School Youth Group Meghan Austin 404-293-2999
Marriage Encounter Dave/Ronnie Gorzynski 770-594-7608
Men’s Fellowship Mike Lerch 678-521-1583
Moms of St. Andrew Meg Clark 770-642-1652
Chris Curtin 770-643-0358
Music Ministry Bernie Sotola 770-641-9720 x231
Natural Family Planning Don/Sara Boyle 770-410-9237
Over 55 Club Gert Mullin 770-772-6280
Parish Council John Miles 770-518-8512
Prayer Shawl Ministry Regina Fueher 770-640-6122
Preschool Carol Hastings 770-642-1636
Chris Lovejoy 770-642-1636
Religious Education Eileen DeJulio 770-641-9720x228
R.C.I.A. Tom Gotschall 770-490-9436
Respect Life Eileen Schuster 770-587-2611
St. Martin de Porres Sandy Lashley 770-641-9720
St. Vincent de Paul Denise Fisher 770-641-9720
Spanish Ministry Cecilia Campos 770-649-9392
Ushers Guild John Miles 770-518-8512
Venture Crew 2006 Jerry Cross 770-330-9382
Wedding Coordinators Carol Meurer 770-641-9720
Welcoming Committee Claudette Piper 770-518-9604
Women’s Guild Lisa Biagioni 770-777-5912
Please Pray For Our Sick Please Pray For Our Sick
Jean Austin, Donald Bedell, David Benjamin, Rebecca Benjamin,
Settembrina Biagioni, Darlene Bixler, Julia Blyth, Kristie Buck,
Graciela Buzeta, Michael Camuti, Stephen Capano, Juan Jose
Chico, Bonnie Chico, San Juanita Chico, Lorelei Clapper, Amy
Coddington, Patsy Crow, Josh Davis, Elizabeth DeBuys, Dawn
DeLucia, Mary DeLucia, Jane Demaso, Hank Deren, Jeannette
Derum, Alvin Dieter, , Kaitlynn Donahue, Jerry Dooley, Margit
Dvorak Kathleen Ebeling, Claire Ehrmann, Miriam Flanagan,
Marge Fleming, Paula Frederick, Linda Frescona, Marie Gaede,
Lucille Gallagher, Margaret Gavin, Iris Gotschall, Elizabeth Jane
Gricus, Pat Groetsch, Mary Ann Gulitozi, Brittany Healy, Michael
Healy, Kim Henderson, Heidi Hendricks, Will Hodges, Harry
Hodgins, Bruce Holt, Kerri Horton, Jill Ingenito, Rose James, Joan
Johnson, Art Johnson Tom Loesch, Marie Lourdes, Martha Kas-
sis, James Kelly, Merrell King, Tom Knox, Johnny Kranyecz,
Dolores Lamb, James Lasneski, Laura Lawton, Mary-Gay Li, Jane
Mayer, Gary Meader, Ursula Medlen, Jackson Moore, David
Morsa, James Nielsen, Carol Anne Palermo, Maggie Paoletti, Erin
Patrick, Paulette Pettorosi, Peggy Plunkett, Bill Plunkett, Lynn
Ponder, Mary V. Quinlan, Alice Reid, Deborah Ritter, David Run-
dell, Paul Scibona, Julie Shannon, Chris Singh, Deacon Bob
Smith, Jack Smith, Wayne Smith, Paul Stahlschmidt, Donna St.
Pierre, Elaine Stephens, John Stevens, Jr., John and Shirley
Stevens, Rick Stradtman, Graham Troline, Nilca Trujillo, Tim Trux-
illo, Tom Valentine, Ruth Voorhis, Colton Walker, Julie Walker,
Reilly Walsh, Jacki Webb, Kim Weber, Calvin Ray White, Debbie
Williams, Janet Viney, Brian Wynn-Higgins

To add or delete names please
contact Carol Meurer at 678-641-9720
or andrewreception@bellsouth.net.

MAGNIFICAT PRAYER BREAKFAST: Magnificat Prayer
Breakfast for all Catholic women will be held Saturday, Au-
gust 8, 2009, 9:30-12:30. The speaker will be Aggie Neck,
full-time ministry director of Servant House, a Catholic charis-
matic house of prayer in Louisiana. Mrs. Neck will share her
journey toward a deeper relationship with God that began
while recovering from an auto accident. Reservations are
$10. Please mail check payable to Magnificat Joyful Visitation
to Lynda Cupell, 2140 Briarwillow Dr. Atlanta, GA 30345 by
July 29th. For further info please call Lynda at 404-634-8303.
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER-MAKING GOOD MARRIAGES
GREAT:. Invite the warmth of summer into your marriage. Bask
in the refreshing environment of a “get away” designed just for the
“two of you”. Our next Marriage Encounter Weekend is August 21
-23 at the Holiday Inn Doraville at I285 & Buford Hwy. You can
register or learn other dates for 2009 at www.wwmeatlanta.org or
call Bob & Joy Lambie at 770-587-1506. We also offer Spanish
Speaking weekends. Call Esteban & Gloria Nolasco at 770425-
1328 for those dates
DOMINGO DECIMO SEXTO DE TIEMPO ORDINARIO JULIO 26, 2009
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BIENVENIDOS: HORARIO DEL MINISTERIO HISPANO
Martes, Miércoles , Jueves:y Viernes 10:00am a 3:00pm. Cerrado Lunes .
Ministerio Hispano: Padre Juan Areiza: 770-641-9720 ext. 233
Cecilia Campos 770-649-9392
Deje su nombre, número telefónico y un breve mensaje, su llamada tendrá respuesta.
MINISTERIO DE EDUCACION RELIGIOSA







LA CATEQUESIS ES UN PROCESO CONTINUO:
Al igual que un niño no puede aprender a leer en un año, tampoco pue-
de aprender todos los conocimientos que deben saber de nuestra reli-
gión con la preparación que reciben EN LOS DOS ANOS DE para la
primera comunión. Es por lo tanto importante que sigan el estudio que
comenzaron, para que puedan almacenar un arsenal de conocimientos
que los guiaran y ayudaran a vivir y defender su Fe. .

Las clases para la catequesis del ano 2009-10 comienzan el
domingo 13 de septiembre a las 5:30 PM con asistencia a la
misa de 7:00pm requerida.
La matricula esta abierta, el cupo es limitado. Nos guiare-
mos por la fecha de inscripción para asignarlos a un salón
( sin excepciones) TODOS LOS ALUMNOS TIENEN QUE
INSCRIBIRSE ANUALMENTE. La matricula es de $50
dólares por alumno que debe acompañar la inscripción antes
del 10 de Agosto. DESPUES DEl 10 DE AGOSTO HABRA
UN RECARGO DE $10. Las planillas se encuentran en el
vestíbulo.

REUNION DE MAESTRAS, PADRES Y NINOS EL 6 DE
SEPTIEMBRE A LAS 5:30PM. SALON FAMILIAR.

ATENCION CATEQUISTA: Le extendemos una invitación
a TODAS las Catequistas y Asistentes a la cena-reunión
general el 14 de agosto en el salón RCIA. Cena y tiempo
social de 6-7pm. La reunión comenzara puntualmente a 7-
9pm. Esperamos tu asistencia.

SEGUIMOS NECESITADOS DE CATEQUIS-
TAS Y AYUDANTES. Preferentemente dos
catequistas bilingües para séptimo y octavo
grado. EXPERIENCIA NO ES NECESARIA.
Te guiamos, te ayudamos a desarrollarte y
te apoyamos PARA QUE PUEDAS DAR LO
MEJOR DE TI. Pasa por el Ministerio Hispa-
no para mas información

FORMACION PARA CATEQUISTAS
Iglesia de Santo Tomas de Aquino, Alpharetta, GA
PROGRAMA DEL 24 DE JULIO AL 14 DE SEPTIEMBRE

Julio 24 1ª Sesión 6:30 PM a 8:20 PM: Ministerio de la Catequesis
2ª Sesión 8:30 PM a 10:00 PM: Revelación Divina y Tradi
ción Sagrada (Escritura y Magisterio).
Julio 31 3ª Sesión 6:30 PM a 8:00 PM: Creencias de la Iglesia, El Cre
do
4ª Sesión 8:10 PM a 10:00 PM: La Oración y la Espiritualidad
CONFESIONES: El lunes 22 de Junio, el 6 y 13 de Julio no
habrá confesiones en Español..
BAUTIZOS. REQUISITOS: Estar registrados
en la Parroquia por UN PERIODO DE TRES MESES
antes de la fecha del bautizo. Acta de Nacimiento del
niño/a. Los padrinos deben ser Católicos activos y
haber recibido los Sacramentos del Bautismo, Primera
Comunión y Confirmación. Casados: Copia del certifi-
cado de Matrimonio. Solteros: mayores de 16 años de
edad. Certificado de Bautismo.
Pláticas de Preparación: Se requiere la asistencia
obligatoria de los padres y los padrinos en el Salón
RCIA. No hay guardería. Primer Martes del mes de
7:30pm – 9:00pm Ceremonia Bautismal: En la Capilla, segundo Sábado
del mes a las 11:00am
MATRIMONIOS: Requisitos: Estar inscritos
en la Parroquia. Reunirse con el Sacerdote.
Participar en el curso de preparación LLASU
(Llamados A Ser Uno). Reservar la fecha con 6
meses de anticipación. Consignar los docu-
mentos de Bautizo y Confirmación.
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RESPETEMOS LA CASA DE DIOS.
Les recordamos la importancia de vestir adecuadamente en el Tem-
plo donde Radica Nuestro Señor. Para las damas y Jovencitas: Las
camisas escotadas, de tiritas, Shores y Pantalones apretados no
están correctos para asistir a Misa. A los hombres se les sugiere no
usar pantalones cortos ni T-shirt(camisetas) sin mangas .

NUESTRAS ACTIVIDADES

GRUPO DE ORACION SEMILLAS DE PAZ Y AMOR:
No importa el nivel de espiritualidad en el que te encuentres, TODOS
SON BIENVENIDOS! Salón 202. Coordinador: Marina Urrea. Martes:
7:00pm – 9:00pm

MINISTERIO JOVENES ADULTOS: Están cordialmente invitadas las
personas mayores de 18 años.
Viernes: 8:00 pm.. – 9:30pm. Coordinador: Diácono José Campos

PEQUEÑA COMUNIDAD DE FE Y DEVOCION A LA DIVINA MISERI-
CORDIA: Las reuniones se realizan en la Capilla. Lunes: 6:00 – 7:00pm.
Enseñanza en el Salón 207. Lunes: 7:00pm - 9:00pm. Coordinadora:
María Consuelo Olaya
El Ministerio de los enfermos JESUS DIVINA MISERICORDIA Ofre-
ce llevar el mensaje de amor Misericordioso de Jesús a todos
los hogares e n donde se encuentre un enfermo en cama. Si usted
tiene familiares o conoce del algún enfermo por favor regístrenlo
en el libro de los enfermos, El grupo orara por el y s e pondrá en
contacto para visitarlo.
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18TH DOMINGO DE TIEMPO ORDINARIO AGOSTO 2, 2009