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675 Riverside Road Roswell, GA 30075 ~
770/641-9720 ~ 770/641-8584 fax
Rev. Msgr. Hugh Marren, Pastor and Rev. Carlos Vargas, Parochial Vicar
Deacons: Rev. Mr. William Keen, Rev. Mr. Tom Gotschall,
Rev. Mr. José Campos and Rev. Mr. Gary Schantz



Monday ~ Friday
9:00am to 4:00pm

Monday ~ Thursday
9:00am, and 12:15pm
Friday Do you have questions about why we do the things we do?
6:30am, 9:00am &12:15pm
Would you like to have a deeper understanding of your faith?
Saturday: 9:00am, If you have been away from the Church for a while or would just like to know more about your
5:00pm Family Vigil Catholic faith, these sessions are for you!

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, If you know of someone who has been away from the Church, please invite them to return home
10:30am, 12:00pm, by attending these sessions.
5:00pm Life Teen
7:30am & 7:00pm Spanish Our sessions cover a variety of topics and will allow time for your questions and concerns. We
Civil Holidays: 10:00am want to address issues concerning you. Each session is a separate topic. You may attend any or
all of the sessions below. Sessions are Monday nights 7:30-9:00pm in the Bethlehem Room.
NURSERY: For information, call Larry or Tracie Vicario at 770-998-5971.
Sunday 9:00am
and 10:30am Masses Session Topics:
ADORATION: February 7 – Reconciliation
Monday ~ Friday Whether you’re actively going to Confession, or whether it’s been a while, this
9:30am ~ 9:00pm session can provide a better understanding of this sacrament. What is the Scriptural
and historical basis for confession? What are the types of sin? We will also discuss
Mondays at 7:15pm February 14 – Understanding the Mass
Let Mass become a full sharing in the mystery of Christ’s gift to us. This session
helps to foster a deeper appreciation of the Mass by explaining not just the mechanics
Monday 7:00pm-9:00pm of the Mass, but why we do some of the things we do? What is the history behind
in Fr. Carlos Vargas office it? Do you recognize the Scriptural references throughout the Mass?
Saturdays 9:30am -10:30am
in church & on request February 21 – Dogma and Doctrine
What are we required to believe as Catholics?

VISITATION OF SICK: February 28 – Overview of the Bible

Please keep us informed so If you feel you should know more about the Bible, this session is for you. We
that we can be attentive give an overview of the Bible, discussing the different types of books and highlighting
to those who are ill. some of the major stories and themes, with a little history of the development of the
Mass Intentions for the Week
Monday, February 7 Congratulations to Gary Edward Schantz who was
9:00 a.m. †Joyce Angotti ordained to the Sacred Order of the Diaconate by the Most
12:15 p.m. Reverend Wilton D. Gregory at the Cathedral of Christ the King.
Tuesday, February 8 Also, to Rick Medina who was instituted as an Acolyte and to
9:00 a.m. Carrie Hoover Washburn (SI) John Harvey who was admitted into candidacy for the Diaconate
12:15 p.m. at a celebration by Bishop Zurama.
We ask that everyone continue to pray and support our deacons
Wednesday, February 9 and pray for future vocations.
9:00 a.m. †Virginia Fischer
12:15 p.m. For those in the Armed Forces and their families.
Thursday, February 10 Next week’s Collection is for the Catholic Communication Campaign
9:00 a.m. Elizabeth Hoover Papetti (SI)
(CCC). Through your generous donations, CCC is able to spread the
12:15 p.m.
gospel message in our community and all over the world. CCC funds
the development of traditional and new media programs that inspire
Friday, February11 and minister to their audiences. Half of the collection from our archdio-
9:00 a.m. †Francis McLister cese stays here to support local communication efforts, while the other
12:15 p.m. half supports national Catholic media initiatives. Please give gener-
ously in next week’s Collection to help us spread the Good News. To
Saturday, February 12 find out more about the work of CCC, please visit
9:00 a.m. Elva & Dominic Saltaformaggio (SI)
5:00 p.m. †Louis Reck
Sunday, February 13
7:30 a.m. Spanish Mass in the Family Center Help support Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cancer Home by purchasing
7:30 a.m. †Jack Snyder raffle tickets after all Masses this weekend. Prize is 4 Business Class
9:00 a.m. †Louis Reck Round Trip Domestic Tickets on Air Tran. All proceeds go to OLPH so
10:30 a.m. †Mr. & †Mrs. Henry Szumlanski please be generous.
12:00 p.m. People of the Parish
5:00 p.m. †Deceased Priests of the Archdiocese
7:00 p.m. Spanish Mass Life is Sweet! The Respect Life Ministry at St. Andrew will
be holding its annual St. Valentine Bake Sale fundraiser
Readings for the week after all masses in the Narthex the weekend of February 12-
13. Please stop by our table and get a treat for yourself or
Monday: (Gn 1:1-19, Ps 104, Mk 6:53-56) As many as touched it your sweetheart. If you wish to donate baked goods for the sale, you
were healed. can drop them off in the kitchen across from the choir room anytime on
Tuesday: St. Jerome Emiliani; St. Josephine Bakhita (Gn 1:20- Feb.11 or 12. For questions, contact Sally Mrus at (678) 352-9337 or
2:4a, Ps 8, Mk 7:1-13 ) You disregard God’s commandment but Proceeds will benefit local pro-life charitable
cling to human tradition. institutions.

Wednesday: (Gn 2:4b-9,15-17, Ps 104, Mk 7:14-23) What comes VALENTINE’S DAY LUNCHEON
out of the man, that is what defiles him.
Over 55 Club Luncheon: Come join us on Valentine’s
Thursday: St. Scholastica (Gn 2:18-25, Ps 128, Mk 7:24-30) The Day, February 14th at the Sage Restaurant for lunch
dogs under the table eat the children’s scraps. at 1pm and meet some of your fellow parishioners and
enjoy an informal and friendly get together. The cost is $17 cash or
Friday: Our Lady of Lourdes (Gn 3:1-8, Ps 32, Mk 7:31-37 ) He check. Please contact Roselyn Pritchard at 770-993-0388 by Febru-
makes the deaf hear and the mute speak. ary 7th if you are interested. Come, have some fun.
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary (Gn 3:9-24, Ps 90, Mk 8:1-10 )
They ate and were satisfied.
Sunday: Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Sir 15:15-20, Ps 119,
1 Cor 2:6-10, Mt 5:17-37 or 5:20-22a,27-28,33-34a,37) So it was
said to your ancestors; but I say this to you.
APRIL 6-16, 2011
Calling all doctors, nurses and medical personnel to help us with
another successful Medical Mission to Ghana Africa. Please con-
tact Mary Tapia at or 770-355-9774 if you
can join us on this mission April 6-16, 2011.
Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Pharmacists and Dentists are
January 30, 2011 $18,454.00
especially needed.

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Welcome Visitors and Newcomers LIFETEEN WINTER SEMESTER 2010
Sundays 5:00pm-8:00pm
We invite you to register and become For more information please contact Cassi Villanueva at
a part of our St. Andrew parish family!
All High school teens are invited to join us on Sundays for the Teen
Please fill out a registration form located on the infor- Mass at 5:00pm followed by Lifenite directly after in the Parish
mation wall in the narthex (main church entrance) or stop Hall. We enjoy a homemade dinner, games, fellowship and teachings
by the parish office during the week. Welcome! on topics ranging from the Holy Bible to hot topics in the lives of teens
today. Bring a friend and come hang out with us!
Join our Q&A sessions about our
Catholic Faith Our current schedule:
most Sundays from 9-10am in the RCIA room Tonight-February 6 - Monsignor Marren will lead us through an ex-
(upstairs in Building B). Questions? Please call planation of "The Mass" and describe what sets the Catholic Mass
Deacon Tom Gotschall: 7/490-9436 apart from a "Christian Service".
February 13 -It’s Amore!” Join us for an Italian Valentine’s Dinner
open to the whole parish! $5 per person or $20 for a family. All pro-
Youth Ministries ceeds go toward our Teens-World Youth Day Trip this summer to see
the Pope!
The Confirmation Retreat will be March 4-6. If you are receiving
the Sacrament of Confirmation this Spring and have not yet registered
PLEASE JOIN US for the retreat, please contact Cassi as soon as possible at 770-490-
1229 or
Do you have a child in 4th-8th grade? If so, give your child a
chance to get involved with other Catholic youth in our par-
PARISH HALL ish! RSVP to any event your child plans to attend at If you would like to be added
to my email list and notified of upcoming events (or last minute changes
FOR A regarding event details), contact Christen Barrett at the email listed above.
Many of the events need volunteers for transportation. All volunteers must
have a completed volunteer packet and drivers form on file with the Archdio-
SPAGHETTI DINNER! Youth Night meeting for 2011:
February 16th: February is National Friendship Month! Tonight's
THAT’S “AMORE” FAMILY STYLE DINNER session will go over friendship and why we should celebrate it. Bring
a friend!


Monday, February 28: St. Patrick's Day has come early this
LIFETEEN MASS year! Join us for ‘craic’ (Irish for "fun"), Irish food, and music. Don't
forget to wear green! Meet in the Life Teen room from 6-7:15pm.
ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH. Sunday, May 1: Catholic Youth Day at Six Flags. Details will be
posted as the date nears.
THE COST IS $5.00 PER PERSON Dear Parents and Champs, Edge participants:
OR $20.00 PER FAMILY. The Champs and Edge Youth groups will be on a brief hiatus during
the Spring. However, events may be added last minute but will not be
THE DINNER IS HOSTED BY LIFETEEN posted in the bulletin. In order to keep up with last minute events,
please be sure you're on the email list. Thank you for your patience
AND and support! We'll see you in the Summer and Fall!
CHAMPS & EDGE Coordinator


PLEASE NOTE CHANGES The St. Patrick's Day Dinner and Dance is back!
Sat., March 12 from 6:00-10:00 in the Parish Hall
TO FIRST COMMUNION SCHEDULE This will be a World Youth Day Fundraiser.
Details coming soon!
Thursday, February 17, 2011 Mandatory First Communion Parent
Meeting 7:00-9:00pm in Multi-
purpose Room
Saturday, February 19, 2011 Rite of Welcome Mass at 5:00pm for Mass of Thanksgiving for the Ordination of
All families with children preparing Gary Edward Schantz
to receive the Sacrament of First To the Sacred Order of the Diaconate
Communion. Saturday, February 5, 2011at St. Andrew Catholic Church

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CHARITY CAR RAFFLE St. Andrew’s Parish Council Meeting

St. Vincent de Paul of Date: January 20, 2011, Members present: John Miles, President,
St. Andrew’s Catholic Church Car Raffle Margaret Ward, Vice-President, Fran Schroeder, Secretary, Bob
Ouellette, Phil Cote, Lisa Biagioni, Susan Demaso, Rhett DeBuys, Liz
St. Vincent de Paul helped 481 individuals in 2010. Schantz, Dennis Klein, Michael Walsh. Also Present, Jeanne Faas
Additional families could not be served due to limited funds. Excused: Chuck Langgood
Proceeds from the raffle will go exclusively to
St. Andrew’s St. Vincent de Paul Ministry. Meeting called to order
Maximum of 1,850 tickets—3 fantastic prizes: The meeting was called to order by President John Miles at
Grand Prize: 2011 Nissan Altima 6:40pm. Roll call was conducted. Quorum was established
2nd prize: $1,500 cash and we opened with prayers.
3rd Prize: $1,000 cash Opening Remarks/ Approval of Minutes
One Ticket: $50 Three tickets: $100 Motion by Dennis Klein to approved minutes, seconded, voted
Alternate Prize/ 50/50 Drawing if less than 1,000 tickets are sold. and approved.
The drawing will be held on March 12th at the It was stated that we need to set a calendar for the year.
St. Patrick’s Day Party.
Welcome of new board members
You do not need to be present to win! Welcome to our new board members Rhett DeBuys and Michael
Tickets are available after Masses, also at the St. Andrew church Walsh. In addition to the two new members, Phil Cote and
office and other Catholic church offices in the area. Margaret Ward will remain on the council. He gave special
thanks to the outgoing board, Renay Miller, Liz Schantz and
Margaret Ward.


New officers for 2011 are:
St. Martin de Porres will once again feed the homeless at
Margaret Ward – President
the cold weather shelters at the Shrine of the Immaculate
Lisa Biagioni – Vice-President
Conception and Central Presbyterian on the following
Fran Schroeder – Recording Secretary
evenings (all Mondays) February 7, and March 7.
There are three ways to help: prepare food (we provide We welcome the new members on the Parish Council and thank them
recipes), serve the food at the shelters (only requires about 3 for coming forward to serve our church community.
The remainder of the meeting was spent setting up the calendar for the
hours, usually home between 8:30 & 9:00 PM), stay overnight until
6:30 am (safe atmosphere with private sleeping quarters). We have
the most difficulty finding overnight volunteers, but it is really easy Meeting was adjourned at 8:08pm with a prayer led by Phil Cote.
duty. We break the night up into watches, and since guests sleep
between 9:00pm and 5:30am, there is plenty of quiet time to catch
up on reading, paperwork, etc. The more volunteers we have, the
more sleep we get! Eileen (Helena) Nelson will once again be coor- Around the Diocese
dinating the volunteers.
For more information please e-mail
CATHOLIC DAY AT THE CAPITOL , or call the parish office. Fifth Annual Catholic Day at the Capitol, “Faith in Action.” The Archdio-
cese of Atlanta and Diocese of Savannah invite Georgia Catholics to
the State Capitol in Atlanta to exercise our baptismal call as advocates
WOMAN’S GUILD NEWS for public policy that protects those who are vulnerable and promotes
the common good. Join us on Tuesday, February 8 from 8:30–
Keep Tuesday, February 15 open to learn about making beautiful
2:30pm Catholic Day at the Capitol will start with a legislative briefing
jewelry. Melanie Medina from Colorstones in Roswell will be our
at 8:30am at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. We will walk
speaker. Bring money as she may have kits for purchase. We will
together to the Capitol to view the opening of the session, meet your
start with rosary at 7:00pm in the church and the presentation will be
legislators, and lunch on your own. The event is free, but registration is
in the Family Center at 7:30pm.
required so that we can communicate last minute changes.
For more information and to register please log onto:
All parents who wish to have their children baptized in the or call Joy
month of March will need to attend a Baptism Class on Place at 404-885-7201.
Monday, February 14th. Please call the office to register.
Parents will need to be registered and active members of BLACK TIE DINNER DANCE FOR OLPHCH
the parish for a minimum of three months prior to taking the class.
Help support Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cancer Home on Saturday,
March 5th at 7:00pm at the Dunwoody Country Club. Cost of the
dance is $85. For reservations contact Joe Perniciaro at 770-889-
Blue Candle of Life
burns in the Chapel for the special intentions of
For your intentions sign-up in the Pro-Life book Birthright of Atlanta, a pro-life emergency pregnancy service is hosting
by the Chapel door. an Orientation for those interested in volunteering. It will be held Sat.
$10 donation to the Pro-Life Ministry. February 12th from 9-11am For more information please call 770-451

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All married couples are invited to a romantic evening of din- WELCOME SOMEONE HOME
ing and dancing on February 13, 2011, just in time for Val-
Thirsting for something more? Join hundreds of people at Catholic
entine’s Day. World Marriage Day honors husband and wife
UNDERGROUND! Breathtaking Adoration experience, then Coffee-
as head of the family, the basic unit of society. It salutes the
house with Live Music, desserts and beverages. C.U. is for everyone
beauty of their faithfulness, sacrifice and joy in daily married
all ages and faiths are welcome! Saturday, February 12th at St. Jude
life. For the last 24 years Worldwide Marriage Encounter
from 7-9:30pm. Great “first step home” event to connect friends/
has hosted a World Marriage Day Ball on the Second Satur-
day of February. This year’s ball is being held at the Marriott family to our faith. Hosted by
near I-75 and I-285. For more information go to: http:// then press Upcoming Events and Catholic Therapists
World Marriage Day – Valentine’s Ball. 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:
WEEK AT A GLANCE Dr. Tom Spudic, Ph.D. (7/596-5869), Ann Howe, Ph.D. (6/887-7800)
Mon. Feb. 7 Adoration 9:30am to 9:00pm
Rosary 8:25am and 12:50pm
Religious Education Classes at 6:00pm
Novena at 7:15pm
Ministry Contacts
Knights of Columbus at 7:15pm
Tues. Feb. 8 Adoration 9:30am to 9:00pm Altar Care Trudy Scully 770/998-8752
Rosary 8:25am and 12:50pm Altar Servers Sheryl Hess 770-998-6766
Tuesday Morning Bible Study at 10:00 American Heritage Girls Sara Boyle 770-410-9237
Bereavement Ministry Jenny Smentek
Wed. Feb. 9 Adoration 9:30am and 9:00pm Bible Study (Friday Night) Elaine Ruppenthal 678-665-1100
Rosary 8:25am and 12:50 pm Bible Study (Friday Morning) Gene O’Brien 770-664-5639
Bible Study (Tues. Morning) Christine Caveness 770-393-1816
Thu. Feb. 10 Adoration 9:30 to 9:00pm Boy Scout Troop 2006 Victor Wunschel 770-363-2013
Rosary 8:25am and 12:50 pm Caring Connection Ginny Boll 770-993-8738
Legion of Mary at 10:00 am Catholics Returning Home Larry/Tracie Vicario 770-998-5971
Fri. Feb. 11 Men’s Fellowship at 7:00am CHAMPS Youth Group 4th & 5th Grade Christen Barrett 404-242-6029
Adoration at 9:30am to 9:00pm Christ Renews His Parish Katie Troline 678-352-1311
Columbian Squires Circle 4976 Don Boyle 770-410-9237
Rosary 8:25am and 12:50pm
Cub Scout Pack 2006 Bill Leach 404-717-7706
Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3:00pm EDGE Youth Group Christen Barrett
Cub Scout Meeting at 7:00pm Elijah Cup Liz Schantz 770-518-6836
Sat. Feb. 12 Respect Life at 10:00am Eucharistic Adoration Guardians Christa Frye 678-277-8930
Sun. Feb. 13 RCIA Gabriela Smith
PK & K Religious Education Classes Carol Meurer 770-641-9720
Pro Life Bake Sale after all Masses Eucharistic Ministers Parish Office 770-641-9720
Familia Sara Sullivan 678-965-5351
Homeschoolers of St. Andrew Carolyn Rittmueller 678-524-4950
Homestretch Sandy Lashley 770-641-9720
Please Pray for the Sick JIFF-Journey in Faith Formation Rick Medina 678-687-8308
Knights of Columbus Bill Leach 404-717-7706
Lectors Gert Mullin 770-772-6280
Christy Albright, Oliver Appel, Jean Austin, Donna Bateman, Donald Bedell, Legion of Mary Carol Albright 770-993-7903
Howard Bennett, Jillian Bendtsen, Settembrina Biagioni, Mary Blake, Mary Life Teen/High School Youth Group Cassi Villanueva 770-641-9720
Lou Bornhorst, Carol Valentine Boyd, John W. Boyle, Mary Boyle, Graciela Marriage Encounter Dave/Ronnie Gorzynski 770-594-7608
Buzeta, Stephen Capano, Cooper Card, Joseph Charles, Justin Chekoua, Men’s Fellowship Mike Lerch 678-521-1583
San Juanita Chico, Noel Childs, Marijane Cross, Mike Crowley, Bill Davis, Moms of St. Andrew Julie Franklin 678-320-0444
Josh Davis, Elizabeth DeBuys, Juan DeMiguel, Jane Demaso, Christopher Shannon Wiggins 770-552-0701
Denny, Hank Deren, Jeannette Derum, Fr. John C. Druding, Rita Dusza, Music Ministry Bernie Sotola 770-641-9720 x231
Miriam Flanagan, Marge Fleming, Julia Friedman, Pam Frost, Montye Gard- or
ner, Tom Flynn, Nancy Fowler, Lucille Gallagher, Montye Gardner, Dorothy Over 55 Club Gert Mullin 770-772-6280
Gould, Iris Gotschall, Richard Granath, Elizabeth Jane Gricus, Bob Hamlin, Parish Council John Miles 770-518-8512
James Hardin, Brittany Healy, Michael Healy, Kim Henderson, Heidi Prayer Shawl Ministry Regina Fueher 770-640-6122
Hendrick, Martha Hill, Pat Hodges, Carol James, Rose James, John Johns- or Christy Medina 770-521-2857
ton, Jim Jordan, Mary Karamarkovich, Andrew Korn, Johnny Kranyecz, Preschool Carol Hastings 770-642-1636
Dolores Lamb, Deacon Mike Landaiche, Jr., James Lasneski, Jane Lennon, Chris Lovejoy 770-642-1636
Jackie Lewis, Joan & Francis Logan, Martha Macias, Lee Means, Leyda Religious Education Eileen DeJulio 770-641-9720x228
Martinez, Nancy Mattox, Jane Mayer, Phil Mayer, Ursula Medlen, Victoria or
Moon, David Morsa, Reginald Morris, Lori Nichols, James Nielsen, Rita Neil- R.C.I.A. Tom Gotschall 770-490-9436
son, Alexandra Odish, Audrey & Mike Pascual, Erin Perfetto, Eugenia Pie- Respect Life Sally Mrus 678-352-9337
drahita, Peggy Plunkett, Bill Plunkett, Renee Poole, Kelly Ross, Trenton Hope Gricus 770-552-1168
St. Martin de Porres Sandy Lashley 770-641-9720
Ross, Elva Saltaformaggio, Edward Schuster, Barbara Sicard, Steve Smith,
St. Vincent de Paul Denise Fisher 770-641-9720
Colleen Solomon, Sharon Somers, Emmett Stallings, IV, Elaine Stephens,
Spanish Ministry Cecilia Campos 770-649-9392
Shirley Stevens, John Stevens, Rich Sullivan, Bill Swiger, Noel Tiu, Sarah Ushers Guild John Miles 770-518-8512
Todd, Edward Tomko, Laila Utley, Tom Valentine, Ruth Voorhis, Blake Venturing Crew 2006 Bill Leach 404-717-7706
Wood, Brian & Honor Wynn-Higgins, Susan Yannantuona Wedding Coordinators Carol Meurer 770-641-9720
To add or delete names please contact Carol Meurer at Welcoming Committee Claudette Piper 770-518-9604
770-641-9720 or Christy Medina 770-521-2857
or Women’s Guild Lisa Biagioni 770-777-5912

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MINISTERIO HISPANO. Rev. Padre Carlos Vargas. Telf. 770-641-9720 ext.233
Horario: Martes, Miércoles, Jueves de 10:00 am a 3:00 pm. Viernes 9:00 am –5:00 pm
Cerrado los Lunes, Sábados y Domingos

1. Taller de Oración y Vida para adultos. Todos los viernes de 7-9 pm. -18 ANOS. Moda Real quiere realizar lo que la moda tiene de
Inscripciones abierta hasta el 11 de Febrero. Información con Lupe positivo. Le habla a la adolescente de hoy en su lenguaje.
4/630-3447, 770-518-9690 Pretende resolver las inquietudes propias de esta edad de
estar guapas por fuera, al tiempo que les descubre su digni-
2. Clases de Ingles, primer nivel, TODOS LOS LUNES 7-9 pm. Profeso- dad como mujeres. Aprenden a conocerse a sí mismas, a
ra Lorain Dib. cuidar su belleza interior y a integrar ambas dimensiones
para llegar a ser mujeres auténticas y de una pieza; mujeres
3. Retiro para parejas Renovación Conyugal. Abril 09 2011 de 8:00 am- modernas y con valores; mujeres capaces de ser espejos de
6:00 pm. St. Andrew.
lo bello y hermoso, de lo que merece la pena, espejos que
4. Retiro para parejas: Renovación Carismática Agosto 20 en St An- reflejen lo que es invisible y no por eso es menos real…
drew Catholic Church. Quien descubre la auténtica belleza está preparado para
hacer un mundo mayor.

2. Reuniones: Febrero 27, Marzo 06 y 20. Abril ensayos.


El pertenecer a la parroquia le permite recibir múltiples beneficios 1. Seis reuniones que cambiaran tu vida.
como: participar de clases, talleres, seminarios de crecimiento espi-
ritual como personal y profesional. De igual manera le da la oportu- GRUPO DE ORACION SEMILLAS DE PAZ Y AMOR. Para to-
nidad de integrarse y hacer nuevas amistades, de recibir el numero dos los que deseen conocer al Señor leyendo la palabra y
de inscripción que lo identificara como miembro de St. Andrew aprendiendo a orar en un ambiente amoroso y relajado. Todos
los martes de 7-9 pm. Salón 202. Coordinadora Marina Urrea.
Catholic Church Este numero es el que debe usar en los sobres que
se les entregaran todos los domingos para que deposite su diezmo. EXPOSICION DEL SANTISIMO EN LA CAPILLA. Dedícale una
Al usar el sobre para el diezmo cada domingo, usted deja constan- hora a la semana de oración y silencio al Señor expuesto.
cia de que cumplió la obligación de oír misa y que es un miembro Apúntate para hacerle guardia. HORARIO de lunes a viernes
9:00 am a 9:00 pm. Llamada urgente para llenar el horario de
activo de la comunidad. 2:00-3:00 pm y de 4:00-5:00 pm.
Si llegara a necesitar una carta para la escuela de sus hijos,
constancia de que vive en el condado o para inmigración, solo GRUPO DE LA DIVINA MISERICORDIA. Se reúne todos los
podemos confirmar esa información si usted está inscrito como lunes a las 6:30 pm en la capilla. Estudio a las 7:00 pm salón
miembro activo. De igual manera cuando necesite ayuda econó-
mica o medica de San Vicente de Paul debe de estár inscrito en la
parroquia. SACRAMENTOS
Por su beneficio tome una hoja de inscripción en el vestíbulo o pase
directamente por la oficina del Ministerio Hispano en horario de BAUTISMO. Los padres tienen que estar registrados EN NUES-
TRA IGLESIA y asistiendo a la misa dominical por tres meses antes DE
presentar Acta de Nacimiento del niño/a. DEBEN los padrinos estar
Si desea ofrecer una misa por intenciones personales; de salud o
difuntos apúntese en el Ministerio Hispano. Para mas información casados sacramentalmente Y traer copia del certificado de
Matrimonio. Solteros: DEBEN ser mayores de 16 años de edad,
La familia debe estar registrada en St. Andrew. La joven tiene que estar
en proceso de preparación para la confirmación, pertenecer al grupo UNION LIBRE NO CALIFICAN PARA SER PADRINOS. Platicas de prepa-
juvenil y asistir a tres charlas de preparación. La misa de Acción de ración: OBLIGATORIAS PARA PADRES Y PADRINOS EN EL HORARIO
Gracia se celebra el tercer sábado de mes en el horario de 11:00 am,
1:00 pm y 3:00 pm. Registrarse en la oficina del Ministerio 5 meses DE :7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Primer Martes de mes. Ceremonia Bautismal SE-
antes de la fecha.
GUNDO SABADO de mes a las 11:00 am. Todos los documentos tienen

Cuando cambie de dirección o número de teléfono, por favor comuní- que ser entregados antes del día de la platica. LOS BAUTISOS SE
quense con la oficina parroquial para darnos los cambios. Es muy impor- HACEN EN ESPANOL , NO BILINGUES.
tante que nos ayuden a mantener nuestros archivos actualizados.
MATRIMONIO. Inscritos en la parroquia. Reservar la fecha con
EL DIEZMO. Una hora de salario a la semana es lo mínimo que debes seis meses de anticipación. Certificado de bautismo actualizada, licen-
considerar ofrecerle al Señor. Pon tú donación en los sobres que encon- cia pre-matrimonial, clases de preparación LLASU (Llamados a ser
traras en las bancas. Al usarlos con tu numero de registro nos dejas
saber que estas cumpliendo con la misa dominical. uno). Cita con el padre.

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