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St.

Peter the Apostle
Roman Catholic Church
204 S. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, NV 89015
702-970-2500
Fax: 702-970-2555
Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 am - 4 pm
Closed 1 pm - 2 pm Lunch
email: info@stpahend.org
www.stpetertheapostlecatholicchurch.org
Facebook: stpetertheapostleromancatholicchurch
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Parish Clergy

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Fr. Gem Bandivas, Administrator
Rev. Mugagga Lule, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Mr. Daniel De Pozo, Permanent Deacon
Rev. Mr. Bill Davis, Permanent Deacon

Tues: 8:30 - 9:00 am
Sat: 3:30-4:30 pm English & Spanish

Mass Schedule

Eucharistic Adoration

Church Open by 3 pm

Saturday
5:00 pm English Youth Mass

Friday: 8:30 am to noon

Sunday
Church Open by 7 am

Faith Formation
Office: Rm 8 - Faith Formation Complex
Phone: (702) 970-2525
Hours: Sunday - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday 1:00 - 6:00 pm

8:00 am, 10:00 am
12:00 pm English Children’s Mass
2:00 pm Spanish Mass
5:00 pm English Tagalog Songs

Daily Mass
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am

Sacrament of Baptism
Baptism is the first step to become a Catholic Christian. Parents who wish to baptize their children agree to raise them in the Catholic faith. For more
information about the requirements for infant baptisms, check the bulletin or call Deacon Dan. Classes are the 2nd Saturday of each month in the Faith
Formation Complex room 13 at 9 am. For Spanish, classes are the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in the Faith Formation Complex room 13.

Sacrament of Reconciliation
God loves us and wants to forgive our sins. You can experience God’s unconditional love through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. This
sacrament is available on Tuesdays from 8:30 to 9:00 am, and on Saturdays, English & Spanish, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm, or at other times by
contacting a priest.

Sacrament of Marriage
Please contact the parish a minimum of six months prior to the wedding. Do not set a date prior to your first appointment with a priest or
deacon. If the wedding is to take place elsewhere, please seek advice from our clergy. For more information, please contact the Parish
Office at 702-970-2500.

Funeral Arrangements
Please contact the Parish Office at 702-970-2500 as soon as possible after a death to make the funeral arrangements. Services can be in
English, Spanish or Bilingual.

Emergency Calls
A hospital chaplain covers all hospitals. In an emergency, please contact the hospital. After hours, please leave a message with the Parish
Office and you will be contacted the next business day.

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Saturday, July 16, 2016
5:00 pm Pearl Gayeski †
Sunday, July 17, 2016
8:00 am
Sancho Lim Hong Jr. †
10:00 am Maureen Becker †
12:00 pm Frank Ellis Sr. †
2:00 pm
People of the Parish
5:00 pm
Fred Gallegos †
Monday, July 18, 2016
8:00 am
John & Gloria Goebert
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
8:00 am Jackie Pitelli †
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
8:00 am Jackie Pitelli †
Thursday, July 21, 2016
8:00 am Romula Tugade †
Friday, July 22, 2016
8:00 am Fr. Mugagga
Saturday, July 23, 2016
5:00 pm Karen Rumchaks †
Sunday, July 24, 2016
8:00am
Tyler Merkel †
10:00am Fernandes Family †
12:00pm Emmanuel Cayetano †
2:00pm
Magdalena Salcedo †
5:00pm
People of the Parish
Intentions of Pope Francis
For the month of JULY

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JULY 17, 2016

St. Peter the Apostle Gift Shop
MONDAY –THURSDAY
8am-4:30 pm
(Closed for Lunch
1pm-1:30pm)
SUNDAY
9am-4pm
(Closed for Lunch
12pm-1pm)
Now Accepting Credit
Cards
Please Support our Gift
Shop!!!

Week Day Devotions
Monday - Friday: 7:15 to 7:45 am
- Rosary before Mass in the Church.
Tuesday
- Pro Life Rosary after 8:00 am Mass in the Chapel.
Wednesday
- Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena after 8:00 am Mass
in the Church.
- Our Mother of Perpetual Help 6:00 pm in the Chapel.
Thursday
- St. Jude Novena after 8:00 am Mass in the Church.
- Spanish Prayer Group at 6:00 pm in room 13.
Friday
- Eucharistic Adoration after 8 am Mass until 12 noon
in the Chapel (We need at least two people at all
times)

Universal: Indigenous Peoples
That indigenous peoples, whose identity and very
existence are threatened, will be shown due respect.

Evangelization: Latin America and the
Caribbean
That the Church in Latin America and the Caribbean,
by means of her mission to the continent, may
announce the Gospel with renewed vigor and
enthusiasm.

Prayer of the Faithful, we Pray for
the names written in our book of
Intentions.

Readings for the week of July 17, 2016
Sunday: Gn 18:1-10a Ps 15:2-5 Col 1:24-28 Lk 10:38-42
Monday: Mi 6:1-4, 6-8 Ps 50:5-6, 8-9, 16b-17, 21, 23 Mt 12:
38-42:
Tuesday: Mi 7:14-15, 18-20 Ps 85:2-8 Mt 12:46-50
Wednesday: Jer 1:1, 4-10 Ps 71:1-4a, 5-6b, 15, 17 Mt 13:
1-9
Thursday: Jer 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13 Ps 36:6-7b, 8-11 Mt 13:10-17
Friday: Jer 3:14-17 (Ps) Jer 31:10-12d, 13 Jn 20:1-2, 11-18 see
603: Sg 3:1-4a or 2 Cor 5:14-17
Saturday: Jer 7:1-11 Ps 84:3-6a, 8a, 11 Mt 13:24-30
Next Sunday: Gn 18:20-32 Ps 138:1-3, 6-8 Col 2:12-14 Lk 11:
1-13

ST. PETER THE APOSTLE

HENDERSON, NV

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ANOINTING MASS
Wednesday,
July 20, 2016 @
11am in the Church
Luncheon
after Mass
in the Parish
Center

Gift shop
July Sale:
20% off
Our beautiful
Wind Chimes

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
Dear God,
IF TODAY I LOSE MY hope PLEASE
REMIND ME THAT YOUR PLANS
ARE BETTER THAN MY dream.

St. Peter Choir Rehearsals
Wednesday:
5:00-6:30—Children’s Choir
6:30– 8:00—Tagalog Choir
Thursday:
5:00 –6:30—Spanish Choir
6:30– 8:00—10:am Mass Choir

IMPORTANT
New office and gift shop hours:
Monday thru Thursday 8am to
4:30pm lunch from
1:00pm – 1:30pm the gift shop is also
open on …
Sunday from 9:am to 4:pm lunch
from 12:00 to 1:00pm
The office will be closed
Friday-Sunday

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Summer break
Faith Formation closed for
the month of July.
Rosary-Making Ministry
will not have their
meetings for the month of
July and August.
Important
The gates of the parking lot behind Faith
Formation will be locked after the 5 pm Mass
approximately by 6:30 pm. . .

How Can You Help?

Faith Formation is in need of 3 NEW
Computers, your generosity on this regard is
greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your continuing support

REMINDER!!!
If you recently moved or changed your
telephone number, we would appreciate
an update with your new information.
Please complete and return the updated
information to the office; make sure to
check the box labeled “change of
address”. This keeps us from issuing
you a new member number.

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St. Peter The Apostle
Catholic Community
welcomes
Our New Parishioners
May & June
Frank & Patricia Tumminello
Christian Pham
Kim Dang
Miguel & Maria Torres
Martha Joan Hunsaker
David & Marta Patlan
Jose & Hortencia Gutierrez
Timothy & Andrea Fung
Fnu & Marlinah Widjaja
Mathew Leboeuf & Ashley Bowers
Rose Falocco
Allan & Catalina Diaz
Dan & Linda Smith
Heriberto Ramos & Nelly Tabon
Andrea Fuentes
Zenaida Miranda
David & Alicia Miller
John Lowther
John Jeffery
Blanca G. Escobar
Alejandro & Claudia Colin
Haydee Castillo
Roberto Abad
Secilio Medina
Saul Barragan& Maria Alvarenga
Marlene Giron
Wilbur Ladera
Mar & Gemeve Punzalan
Joseph Azzara
Carmen Chacon
Jose Francisco & Josefina Lopez
Dagmar Peasley
Milton & Lily Fletcher
Anthony Estampador & Madelene Anderson
Brian & Marilyn Ahakuelo
Carlos Corrales Jr. & Kristin Vevante
Gloria Valdez
Patricia Kielty
John & Cilla DeCarlo
Yen Nguyen
Christopher & Sherry Cabrera

In order that we may better serve you,
please register with the parish.

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HENDERSON, NV

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CANONICAL- LITURGICAL FORUM
BY FR. GEM BANDIVAS, JCL, MBA, PhD

PRIEST REFUSING TO ABSOLVE VENIAL SINS
Dear Father Gem: A visiting priest was hearing confessions one
weekend at my former parish when the pastor was away. He
refused to grant me absolution, because he said that I hadn’t
sinned! I confessed some venial sins, but he told me that you
shouldn’t go to confession unless you’ve committed a serious sin.
I didn’t know what to say. Was he correct in refusing me
absolution for my venial sins? Your opinion please…
— Angelina, Concerned Catholic
Dear Angelina: As I always say, Canon law is grounded in theology.
That’s why applying bad theology can also lead to a violation of Canon
Law, which is what appears to have happened in this case.
Let’s first take a look at the Church’s theological teaching regarding
this sacrament. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states clearly
that Catholics are bound to confess serious sins at least once a year.
But it also notes that, “without being strictly necessary, confession of
everyday faults (venial sins) is nevertheless strongly recommended by
the Church” (1458). If you, therefore, mentioned at least one venial sin
in your confession, you provided enough material, from a theological
standpoint, to warrant absolution.
Now let’s take a look at what Canon Law has to say. Canon 989
states that all Catholics who have reached the age of reason
(traditionally understood to mean roughly the age of seven, which is
about the time that most Catholic children make their first confessions)
are obliged to confess all grave sins at least once a year. But canon
988§2 notes also that it is recommended — though not required — that
Catholics also confess venial sins. It should be obvious that the canons,
which address this issue, are in perfect accord with Catholic theology.
From both the theological and the canonical points of view,
therefore, the priest was not justified in denying you absolution simply
because you failed to indicate that you had committed any mortal sins.
And in keeping with theology, Canon Law provides clear guidelines for
determining when a Catholic must be allowed to receive not just the
sacrament of penance, but all the sacraments. Canon 843§1 states that
no sacrament may be denied to one who (1) opportunely asks for it, (2)
is properly disposed, and (3) is not prohibited by law from receiving it.
This canon sets forth the fundamental right of all Catholics to receive
the sacraments, and as such it deserves further examination.
Firstly, a Catholic “opportunely asks” to receive a sacrament when
he approaches a priest (or a deacon, if appropriate) at the time and
place where that sacrament is regularly conferred. We opportunely ask
to receive Holy Communion, for example, when we approach a priest
who is distributing Communion during Mass. You opportunely asked to
receive the sacrament of penance by going into the confessional at the
time when confessions are regularly held in your parish. In contrast,
trying to get a priest to hear confessions while in a movie theater, or at 2
AM, is not “opportunely asking,” and a priest may justly refuse such a
request—unless the person is dying, in which case the person has the
right to the sacraments no matter where he is or what time it is.
Secondly, a Catholic is “properly disposed” to receive a sacrament
if he manifests the dispositions appropriate for its reception. One who
reverently approaches to receive Holy Communion, for example,

indicates outwardly that he is properly disposed, whereas one who is
chatting on a cell-phone while in the Communion-line does not. To cite
another example, engaged couples who seek to marry in a Catholic
ceremony must show their pastor that they sincerely accept the
Church’s teachings about marriage; if they are open to the notion of
divorce whenever a marriage doesn’t work out, they are not manifesting
all the dispositions proper for the reception of the sacrament of Catholic
matrimony, and a priest may rightly refuse to permit them to marry in the
Church. In your case, unless you were acting in an inappropriate
manner in the confessional, or otherwise indicated that you did not take
the sacrament seriously, it is difficult to think of a reason why the priest
would have denied you absolution on this ground.
Finally, there are many possible reasons why a Catholic may be
“prohibited by law from receiving” a sacrament. If, for example, a person
is under excommunication, he is forbidden to receive the sacraments
until the excommunication is lifted (c. 1331§1 n. 2). He may simply be
too young to receive a particular sacrament. If the sacrament may be
received only once (as is the case with baptism, confirmation, or holy
orders), a Catholic who has already received it once may not receive it
again. Or there may be an impediment barring a person’s reception of a
sacrament — a Catholic may not receive the sacrament of matrimony,
for example, if he is in holy orders, or is already married to someone
else. The chances are slim-to-none that the priest hearing your
confession could have denied you absolution because he believed that
in some way you were prohibited by law from receiving it.
We priests are well trained in receiving the confessions of our
faithful, with provision to grant or not grant absolution (Whatever you
bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on
earth shall be loosed in heaven - Mt. 18:18), and (thank God, rarely) we
come in contact with a person who is frozen in sin, refuses to change, or
adamant in changing a sinful life style, and so we just give a blessing at
best but normally refuse absolution. As I have said, this happens very
rarely. If the person is not penitent, the priest is duty-bound not to give
him absolution. To tell you the truth, incidents like this make it a sad day
for the priest.
I’d like to share to you a personal experience. As a teenager, I too
was refused absolution once because I vowed in the confessional that I
would never forgive some bigger guys who had bullied me at school. I
snorted and told the priest that ‘it’s not a sin never to forgive a bully’. In a
way, I mocked the sacrament to the priest. I was fourteen at the time,
and sassy, cheeky and had no clue about the meaning of absolution.
The priest, a good Franciscan in a brown habit, pleaded with me “you
need to rethink that. You must forgive them.”
He was right. Confession is for people to confess the wrong they
have done – not to defend the wrong they wish to persist in.
Angelina, although I was not, of course, privy to the whole
conversation in the confessional between you and the confessor, but I
honestly think that this priest wrongly refused you absolution. Please
pray for him and all the priests that we may be effective channels of
God’s grace and mercy.
—Father Gem

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Our Love Offering. . .
July 10, 2016 Parish Offertory: $ 8,718.04
July 10, 2016 2nd Collection: $ 2,820.12

Second Collections Schedule
July 17, 2016 Operating Deficit
Reduction
Thank you for your continuing support.

Please consider including a
bequest to St. Peter the Apostle
in your will or living trust.

CSA UPDATES!!!
Our goal for the 2016
Catholic Stewardship Appeal
is $67,415.00.
In order for this noble cause to be
successful, we are asking for your
kindness and generosity
to support this appeal!
Please send in your pledge cards.
If you don’t have one yet,
pledge cards are provided
in the vestibule of the Church.
As of July 10, 2016
the cash received by the
Diocese of Las Vegas is

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St. Peter the Apostle
Catholic Church
Celebrates the outstanding
Renovation!

Our sincerest gratitude to
all who supported this
noble cause.
PLEASE CONTINUE
TO SUPPORT OUR VERY OWN
ST. PETER THE APOSTLE
CATHOLIC CHURCH!
The total cost of construction is

$300,000.00
The amount we have
collected so far is:

$161,826.56

with 280 families participating.

Mass cards are now available with your Mass
Intentions for 2016. The cost of the intention
is $15.00 and will come with a card that has
the name of your loved one and the date of
the Mass intention. Please come to
the church office to request a Mass Intention.

May The Good Lord continue to
bless you and your loved ones
a hundred times over!

There are 6 Masses left to close our 2016
book of Intentions. The opening of the 2017
book of intention will be posted on our
bulletin.

$58,365.50

ST. PETER THE APOSTLE

HENDERSON, NV

PARISH OFFICE…………………...……….. 702-970-2500
Fr. Gem Bandivas, Parish Administrator ……….Ext. 2509
Fr. Mugagga Lule, Parochial Vicar ……………...Ext. 2510
Deacon Dan DePozo, Wedding/Baptism ………Ext. 2508
Elizabeth Schoeter, Office Manager ………..…..Ext. 2502
Sandra Gaeta, Receptionist/Gift Shop ……..…..Ext. 2501
Cindy Blatchford, Finance Office ………………..Ext. 2505
Don Grizzard, Maintenance ………………...……Ext. 2500
Luz Elnar, Housekeeping…………………………Ext. 2500
LITURGICAL MINISTRIES
Liturgy Coordinator……………………………...Ellen Lerum
Music Directors ………………………….Ken & Ellen Lerum
Sacristans ……………………………………….Jay Frumkin
Altar Servers ………………………………….Roger Pepper
Extraordinary Ministers ………………….José Martinez, Sr.
Lectors ………………………………………..Daniel Potucek
Ushers …………………………………………..John Ramos

FINANCE COMMITTEE:
Tim Lawler (Chair), Kenny Allwein, Lou LaPorta,
William J. Sheehan, David Sanchez, Janel Potucek

OTHER MINISTRIES
Grief Support …………….………..…..Deacon Dan DePozo
Homebound ……………………………….José Martinez, Sr.
Pro-Life …………………………………….Monica Caffarella
Environment …………….…………………...
Rosary-Making ………………………………...Emely Cortez
Altar Care……………………………………….Susan Mirasol
DEVOTIONS
Mother of Perpetual Help ……………..……….Ernie Mirasol
St.JudeThaddeus ………………………………….Sacristans
Guadalupanos .………………………………Linda Gonzales
Spanish Prayer Group .…………………………..Jose Leyva
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Knights of Columbus .…………………………...Sam Greene
St. Vincent de Paul ………………………………Pat Dockins

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