1 Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa Pro Cathedral Founded September 1, 1772 Mass Schedule Saturday: 7:00 am, and 5:30 pm Vigil Sunday:: English Sunday English:: 7:00 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 6:00 pm Spanish: 12:30 pm and 7:30 pm Weekdays:: 7:00 am and 12:10 pm Weekdays Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday:: 4:00-4:30 pm Saturday The Most The Most st Holy Ho H ly Trin Trini inity niity May M Ma ay a y 31, 31, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament First Friday, June 5, :30 am to 4:30 pm in the Oratory of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (former Sister s chapel). Divine Mercy Rosary at 3 pm, Petitions at 3:30 pm and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at 4 pm. Come! Find true peace and tranquility. Our Lord is waiting for you. We need people to commit to a half hour or one hour schedules. Sign up at the church exit garden door or call Sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America. For more information call A CONTEMPLATIVE ROSARY MISSION SAN LUIS OBISPO DE TOLOSA Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 10 a.m. With Mission Singers, and Piano Praying the Luminous Mysteries with Scripture and Song. A Contemplative Rosary is a pastoral response to Pope JohnPaul II s Apostolic Letter on the Most Holy Rosary (Rosarium Virginis Mariae), composed by Bob Hurd insan Jose, California, May 2005 Very Rev. Kenneth Brown, V.F. June 1, 1949 to May 23, 2015 We received the sad news that Fr. Ken Brown passed away on Saturday, May 23rd. Many of us knew him as a Cal Poly Professor and member of Old Mission Parish before he entered the Seminary in the early 2000 s. He was ordained priest here at the Mission in June of We were truly blessed to have him as part of our community and as a priest in our Diocese. His services will take place at St. Patrick s Church in Arroyo Grande where he has served as Pastor since Vigil Service and Rosary 6 pm, Wednesday, June 3rd Funeral Mass 11 am, Thursday, June 4th
2 PAGE 2 Parish Center Administration Rev. Russell Brown, Pastor Rev. Braulio Valencia, Parochial Vicar Rev. Jim Nisbet, In Residence Deacon Chuck M. Roeder, Permanent Deacon Deacon Jim Burrows, Permanent Deacon Mr. James D. Childs, Principal Mission College Prep Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal Old Mission Elementary Offi ce: 751 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, CA Phone: (805) Fax (805) Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 5 pm Wednesdays Noon to 5 pm Chapel Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 4 pm Website: Use your bar code scanner for quick access to our Parish Website Parish Staff & Ministries Unless otherwise noted, all phone numbers are Ext. # (Voice Mail Extensions) 26 Fr. Russell Brown Pastor 16 Fr. Braulio Valencia Parochial Vicar 32 Deacon Chuck Roeder Permanent Deacon 14 Deacon Jim Burrows Permanent Deacon 11 Theresa Shipsey Business Practices 13 Corina Onato Office Manager 20 Erika Havens Office Assistant 15 Terry Burrows Faith Formation, Altar Servers 35 Donna Gibson Youth Ministry 18 Rosalba Torres Faith Formation Assistant 19 Patty Moyer Pepper ( ) Pastoral Care Ministry 38 Gayne Pinto-Bennett ( ) Bereavement Ministry Eucharistic Ministers/Lectors 36 Minerva Soto Gift Shop Manager 22 Iva Svitek Music Ministry Jocelyn Roeder ( ) Liturgy Coordinator Nancy Kelso-Doody ( ) Events & Environment Coordinator Jack & Eunice Pierce ( ) Landings Program Finance Council Gayla Newman Ann Palmer Charles Porter Bernie Suttle Chris Will Schools & Campus Ministry Old Mission School ( ) Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal 761 Broad St., SLO Mission College Preparatory ( ) Mr. James D. Childs, Principal 682 Palm St., SLO Newman Catholic Center ( ) Fr. John Ulrich, S.M. and Fr. Kevin Duggan, S.M Foothill, SLO Ministries Gift Shop & Museum ( ) Open 7 days per week 9 am - 4 pm (Winter hours) (9-5 Summer hours) Social Justice Ministry Delores Winje ( ) St. Vincent de Paul ( ) Public Assistance Tuesdays at Prado 2-3 pm Thursdays at Old Mission 3-4 pm by Appointment only Catholic Charities Office Old Mission Thrift Store Broad Street, SLO ( ) Mon-Sat 10 AM - 6 PM, Sunday 12-4 PM Old Mission Cemetery ( ) Gift Shop News Words of Wisdom Be still and know that I am god We are in the process of evolution with new ideas and new people helping us to grow and learn from each other. There will be new faces and adjustments but we welcome Grace and Brandon and hope they will enjoy their experience with us this summer. As always we invite you to come in and browse sit a while and read listen to the music and share a little fellowship. We are here 7 days a week from 9-5PM. Our staff is friendly, knowledgeable and eager to be of service. Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court # 1162 will meet Saturday June 13, 2015 at 10 AM in the Serra Room Mission SLO. We will be celebrating the three students and their families for 2015 CDA Scholarship Winners presented at the 8th Grade Graduation at Mission Elementary School. For more information, please call or Have a great summer and pray for rain. The Little Ones Need Help with the Rosary A local care facility has requested that someone from the Mission Parish come in once a week to say the rosary with about six to eight of the Catholics there. The Activities Director at the facility will work with the Volunteer/Minister to discover a day and time that works for everyone. Please contact Patty Moyer Pepper, Coordinator of Pastoral Care Ministries at (805) if you are interested in taking on this wonderful ministry. She will be happy to share the specifics with you. Thank you. P lease, Pray for Rain. Jim Burrows 2015 Jim Burrows
3 R CIA Congratulations and Welcome! Please pray for our newly welcomed candidates for Full Communion (baptized in another Christian tradition and preparing for Confirmation and Eucharist in the Catholic Church): Michael Shannon Congratulations to our newly initiated: Please pray for our newly confirmed: Teresa Sanchez and Danna Baquero and for the newly initiated Michael Blank, Shayli Swaim and Lisa Winn, that God may continue to guide them on their journey in relationship with Christ. P astoral Care If you know of anyone who is unable to attend Mass and would like Communion brought to their home, please contact Patty Moyer Pepper, Coordinator of Pastoral Care Ministries. She can be reached on her cell phone at (805) We are a large parish, and we should try and look out for each other. If you notice someone who regularly attends one of our Masses is obviously missing, let us know that as well and we will check on them to see if they need a visit. Thanks for helping us care for each other. Old Mission School Old Mission Catholic School is currently accepting applications for preschool through eighth grade. Our entire school community is dedicated to the development of socially responsible citizens for the twenty-first century who are spiritually empowered, academically enriched, and morally accountable for their actions. For more information or to obtain an application, please visit our website at or call Come see us. We have openings, and we have financial assistance. A Catholic education is an advantage for life. E lementary Faith Formation Happy First Communion weekend Wishing our families of First Communion candidates a joyful celebration and time with family. At our English masses they will be at the Saturday, 5:30 pm Mass, and Sunday at the 9 am & 11 am Masses. At our Spanish Mass, children will be receiving at 12:30 pm. Our last faith formation session is June 7. See you then! Terry Burrows at ext. 15, or Y outh Ministry ALL YOUTH ARE WELCOME! Find us on Facebook: Mission Nativity On Break for Summer. See you in the Fall. Infant Baptism: Registered parishioners may call , x35 for information and dates about baptism for their children. Baptism classes: Spanish class will be June 1 at 7 pm English class will be June 28 at 2 pm Confused Catholic? Inactive Catholic? Alienated Catholic? An Invitation to Consider COMING HOME AGAIN (We ve missed you.) If you ve been away from the church, or are drifting away from it, if you ve been hurt by the church, or are confused or angry because of your Catholic experience, please consider our invitation to come and talk with us. If you are an active Catholic who would like to assist with this ministry, we welcome your help. LANDINGS Mission San Luis Obispo Jack Pierce Mass Intentions SATURDAY MAY 30 7:00 (BV) Gerard Cain Msgr Steiger 5:30 (RB) Antonio Lopes PAGE 3 Initials in italics indicate scheduled Presider SUNDAY MAY 31 The Most Holy Trinity 7:00 (RB) Pauline Perozzi Jerome Schuetze 9:00 (RB) William Jeong, Jose Koo & Family John Hiensen & Family Marlene & Frank Souza 11:00 (RB) Hilda J. Roza Int of Maria Barrows, MD 12:30 (BV) Int of Iris Oliva Justo 6:00 (SA) Int of Fr. Stephen Paul Akers (First Mass) 7:30 (BV) Intention of Parishioners MONDAY JUNE 1 7:00 (JN) Patti Moerman 12:10 (JN) Elias Val Fornoles Carlos Soto TUESDAY JUNE 2 7:00 (RB) Rita Marie Goehner Richard Witt 12:10 (RB) Joseph Ferraro Jr. Dan Harrington WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 7:00 (JN) Herman & Kathryn Weskamp Carmen & Rose Mauro 12:10 (BV) Hilda J. Roza THURSDAY JUNE 4 7:00 (BV) Very Rev. Kenneth Brown, V.F. 12:10 (BV) P.R. Corda FRIDAY JUNE 5 7:00 (BV) Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends 12:10 (BV) Int of all Living & Deceased Veterans Roman Ricolcol SATURDAY JUNE 6 7:00 (BV) Msgr. Steiger 5:30 (RB) Int of Theresa Salazar Horace & Jill LaMarre SUNDAY JUNE 7 The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ 7:00 (JN) Jim Zanoli Bill & Joan Clark 9:00 (RB) Joe & Lena Parotti William Jeong, Jose Koo & Family John Hiensen & Family 11:00 (RB) Hilda J. Roza Sam Campise 12:30 (BV) Int of Domingo Valerio 6:00 (BV) Fr. Ken Brown 7:30 (BV) Intention of Parishioners
4 PAGE 4 Prayer Requests... If you or a member of your family would like the faith community of Mission Parish to join you in prayers for special needs, contact the parish office at We do occasionally take some names off of the list printed in the bulletin. The current list contains names received since August 1, If we have taken a name from the printed list of a person still in need of prayers, please give us a call and we will happily put him or her back on. Please take some time this week to remember the following in your prayers: For all in our parish family who are suffering serious or terminal illness For Armed Forces Men and Women on Active Duty, and for Sally Equinoa Gloria Rosinni & Family Claude Alvis Dave Anderson Virginia Aranico Santos Arrona Margaret Askelund Celia Bautista Delia Bautista Ereberto Bautista Cindy Bebereia Taylor Blete Ines Bongio Paul Bonjour Jerry Bonsato Barbara Boyle Kevin Bright Karen Brown Jolene Carman Donna Casalegno Charlene Casciola Sylvia Cazier David Cicinato Maryanne Cicinato Regina Clarke Shawn Clarke Jeff Cole Helen Collins Cathy Connor Elena Corbelli Renee Curco Anna Dahan Nancy & John Deering John Deering, Jr Imelda Delossanpos Santiago, Camila Diaz Kambria Doherty Joan Duclos Jinah Duncan Richard Engel Griffth Flick Kay Foster Gladys Fraund & Family Charles Freeman Mary Ella Garder Nadia Ghobrial Hank Gibbs Spencer Godsey Dorothy Ellis Goldberg Walt Gonyer Mary Grimes Median Guideal Paula Gurney Garney and Vicky Hall Christopher Hernandez Li Way Way Hernandez Kay Heton Gary Hitchcock R.I.P. Fr. Ken Brown, Teresa Illicete Bea Jeong Russ Kiger Jimmy Kitchens Curry Koehler Nate Kovesdi Rachel Kovesdi Jason Lal Maria Limon Manuel Luvano Javier Maldonado Yaneli Maldonado Norma Mangabat Cathy Martin Ernie Martin Cipriano Martinez Justeniano Martinez Pedro Martinez Rufina Martinez Nancy McDonough Marsha McGowan Christina M McMasters Georgina Mele Enrique Melendez Ellen Miller Judith Moreno Cecilia Nievez Eliodoro Nievez Jesse Nieves Julian Nieves Julianna Nievez Nievez Family Nancy Ochs Bill Oldson James Oldson Don Owens Mabelle Pence Brian Porterfield & Family Sean Porterfield Frank Reed Joan Rostain Jerry Salmina Peter Schellin Steve Smith Karen Strand Donna Strong Diane Suderman Derek Thoele Pax Thomas Shannon Thompson Emily Tilton Felipe Trejo Veronica Trejo The Vargas Family Juana Velasquez Susanna Velasquez Paul Willis All who have died this week. ADULT ENRICHMENT Fr. Jim Nisbet s Scripture Class 7:00 pm Mondays in the Hall 10:30 am Tuesdays in the Hall The classes run one hour each in the form of a lecture with opportunity for questions at the end. They are separate areas of studies. NOTE: Fr. Jim s Classes - both Monday and Tuesday - WILL NOT MEET this week. He will resume his classes the week of June 22nd. Scripture Study Reflect on Readings for this coming Sunday s Masses. Scripture study meets each Wednesday at l:00 pm, following the 12:10 Mass in the Serra room. We read the scripture for the following Sunday and reflect on and discuss the readings. As a group we nourish one another by sharing our faith and reflecting on our own experiences in our journey. Missalettes and other materials are provided. Any questions? Please call the Parish Center at Pray the Rosary With Us Every MONDAY evening at 5:45 pm, we pray the Rosary. Share devotions and petitions while praying as a spiritual community in our historic Old Mission CHAPEL. Please join us and stay for one or more decades of the rosary. Ave Maria, Friends! Interested in Becoming Catholic? Is God calling you? If you are someone who is not Catholic, or has not completed your sacraments, but you feel like you are being called in this direction - come and explore. Call Terry in the parish office for more information ext. 15 or Social Justice Ministry meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7 pm in the Serra Center. Join us to learn what our new projects are, and what you can do to help. This Tuesday, June 2, members of the Social Justice Ministry will wind up the year before taking a two month hiatus over the summer. Discussion of Pope Francis s Joy of the Gospel and possible ways it might be applied to Old Mission parish is on the agenda. Additionally, a workshop on the Pope s upcoming encyclical on the environment is being discussed for the Fall. All parishioners are welcome to attend, 7:00 Tuesday evening, in the Serra Center, on the far side of the gardens. Upright is the word of the Lord, and all his works are trustworthy. He loves justice and right, of the kindness o f the Lord the earth is full. The Responsorial Psalm for Trinity Sunday GREGORIAN CHANT WORKSHOP Pastor Robert of St. Rose of Lima Church in Paso Robles cordially invites adults, families and teens as guests of the parish to attend the first ever Gregorian Chant Workshop to be conducted by Gregorian chant specialist Mary Ann Carr Wilson of San Diego! This sacred music workshop will take place on Friday, June 12 (6-8 pm) and Saturday, June 13 (10-12 noon) in the parish hall. For more information, please contact MARY LEGREID at Holy Land Pilgrimage! Join Fr. Mike Miller and other pilgrims from November 3-14, You will spend 5 days in Galilee and 5 days in Jerusalem. Cost $4,000. Pilgrimage : ancient prayer form that is reverent, adventurous, fun. For a brochure, contact Fr. Mike Miller at or (831) St. Margaret Mary Church Central Avenue, Chino, CA Mary, Queen of Peace Pilgrimage, September 7-18, 2015 This fall, Fr. Rodolfo Contreras from Paso Robels will lead a beautiful pilgrimage to Italy and Fatima devoted to the love of our Blessed Mother. We will visit various renowned Marian sites in Rome, Assisi, Naples and Pompeii. On 9/11, we will celebrate a private Mass for Peace at the Altar/Tomb of St. Pope John Paul II in St. Peter s. We will also attend the weekly public audience with our beloved Pope Francis. There will be private Masses throughout Italy, including the Sunday High Mass at St. Peter s. The finale of our journey will be a blessed trip to Fatima, including a Mass there.detailed brochures are available. Please contact: Todd Corgill, HappyPilgrimsTravel.com, (805)
5 Spanish Worldwide Marriage Encounter $$$ TAMALES FUNDRAISER $$$ The Spanish Worldwide Marriage Encounter will be selling tamales on Sunday, June 14, 2015 outside of all the masses at SLO Mission. Here are the details to PRE-ORDER: 1 dozen tamales for $18 or ½ dozen tamales for $10 choice of chicken or pork (chile verde) Order via phone: Norma or Susana or ALL ORDERS AND MONEY MUST BE TURNED IN BY FRIDAY, JUNE 12, NO EXCEPTIONS You may pick up your Tamales on Sunday, June 14 between 8 am and 3 pm at SLO Mission or make other arrangements with us. (Of course, if you d like to contribute more, feel free to do so!) Make checks payable to: ENCUENTRO MATRIMONIAL MUNDIAL Thank you and God Bless You! St. Francis Retreat Day of Recollection June 5th, 9:30 am to 2 pm Creation as Family of God with Br. Keith Warner, OFM and Fr. Paul Botenhagen, OFM Francis of Assisi is celebrated for his love of creation. Join two Franciscan Friars as they reflect on how creation has played a role in their vocational journeys. This day will connect Trinity Sunday and Corpus Christi Sunday with care for God s Creation. St. Francis Retreat 549 Mission Vineyard Rd, San Juan Bautista, CA (831) PAGE 5 May 31, 2015 The Most Holy Trinity Readings For This Week Listen and remember through Word and Bread Sun, 5/31: Dt 4:32-34, 39-40; Ps 33:4-6, 9, 18-20, 22; Rom 8:14-17; Mt 28:16-20 Mon, 6/1: Tb 1:3; 2:1b-8; Ps 112:1b-2, 3b-6; Mk 12:1-12 Tue, 6/2: Tb 2:9-14; Ps 112:1-2, 7-9; Mk 12:13-17 Wed, 6/3: Tb 3:1-11a, 16-17a; Ps 25:2-5ab, 6-7bc, 8-9; Mk 12:18-27 Thur, 6/4: Tb 6:10-11; 7:1bcde, 9-17; 8:4-9a; Ps 128:1-5; Mk 12:28-34 Fri, 6/5: Tb 11:5-17; Ps 146:1b-2, 6c-10; Mk 12:35-37 Sat, 6/6: Tb 12:1, 5-15, 20; Tb 13:2, 6efgh-8; Mk 12:38-44 Sun, 6/7: Ex 24:3-8; Ps 116:12-13, 15-18; Heb 9:11-15; Mk 14:12-16, REFLECTION OF THE WEEK May 31, 2015 The Most Holy Trinity The gospel reading today concludes the book of Matthew. It was at this point that Jesus, knowing he was about to return to the Father, commissioned the apostles to carry the message of the Good News into all the world. They would baptize, make more disciples, and teach the message Jesus had brought them. Jesus made it clear that his ascension did not mark an absence; he would always be with them. This gospel message is the foundation of the Church and makes clear what we are called to do and be. Reflection question: Adult: What can I do to proclaim the Good News of Jesus and help people fall in love with him? Child: What can I do to be a witness of Jesus and to live as his disciple? Reflection and questions from RCL Benziger. Our Weekly Offering The Old Mission Budget requires $10, per week to meet expenses. The collection for Sunday, May 24, 2015 was $ 9, * *includes $ Electronic Funds Transfer donations this week. We thank you for your continued support and generosity. 12,500 11,500 10,500 9,500 8,500 7,500 6,500 This Week... Saturday May 30 9 am Docent Training -Serra Center 4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation 5:30 pm First Communions - at Mass Sunday May 31 The Most Holy Trinity 9 am Coffee & Donuts Social -after mass 9 am First Communions - at Mass 11 am First Communions - at Mass 12:30 pm Primera Comunión - en la Misa 6 pm Thanksgiving Mass Fr. Steven Akers (Ordained - Friday, May 22, 2015) Monday June 1 5:45 pm Rosary Group -Chapel NO Fr. Jim s Scripture Study -Back 6/22 Tuesday June 2 NO Fr. Jim s Scripture Study -Back 6/23 6 pm Knights of Columbus -Hall 7 pm Social Justice -Serra Center Wednesday June 3 1 pm Scripture Study -Serra Ctr NO ProCathedral Choir -til Sept 2nd 7 pm Knights of Columbus -Hall Thursday June 4 6:30 pm MCP Baccalaureate Mass Friday June 5 6:30 pm MCP Graduation -Plaza NO Youth Night -Summer Break Saturday June 6 9 am Docent Training -Serra Center 10 am - Church 10 am Sung Rosary - Church 4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation 2nd Collection -Catholic Communications Sunday June 7 The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ NO Coffee & Donuts Social -until Sept 10:30 am Elementary Faith Formation - Grades 1-6 at Old Mission School Second Collection NEXT Week Next weekend we will taking up the annual Catholic Communications collection
6 LA VOZ LATINA Domingo de la Santísima Trinidad NIÑOS DE LA PRIMERA COMUNION FELICIDADES! Un día dijo Jesús: "Sabed que yo estoy con vosotros todos los días hasta el fin del mundo" (Mt 28,20). Y es verdad. Reunidos ante la Eucaristía y recibiendo con fe la Sagrada Comunión, experimentamos con particular intensidad en ese momento la verdad de la promesa de Cristo: Él está con nosotros! Eucaristía, Misterio de vida! Qué aspiración puede ser más grande que la vida? Y sin embargo ese anhelo humano se ve amenazador: por las sombra del crimen y del egoísmo de aquellos que no llevan a Dios en su corazón. Necesitamos el "pan vivo bajado del cielo". Este pan es Jesús. Alimentarnos de él significa recibir la vida misma de Dios (cf. Jn 10,10), abriéndonos a la lógica del amor y del compartir con los demás a nuestro rededor. Siempre que comulguen los invito a que oren así: Señor Jesús: Bendice a los niños, a los jóvenes, a los ancianos, a las familias y particularmente a los enfermos. Bendice a los sacerdotes y a las personas consagradas. Bendice a toda la humanidad. En la Eucaristía te has hecho "remedio de inmortalidad": danos el gusto de una vida plena, que nos ayude a caminar sobre esta tierra como peregrinos seguros y alegres, mirando siempre hacia la meta de la vida sin fin. Quédate con nosotros, Señor! Quédate con nosotros! Amén. Felicidades y gracias por abrir su corazón a Jesús, el amigo que nunca falla. P. Braulio Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial $$$ VENTA DE TAMALES $$$ El Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial estará tomando órdenes para la venta de tamales que tendrán el domingo 14 de junio después de todas las misas. Aquí están los detalles para que haga su orden de tamales: 1docena de tamales por $18 o ½ docena por $10. Pueden ordenar de Pollo en salsa roja o de Puerco en chile verde. Por favor hagan sus pedidos por teléfono con Norma Esguerra al o con Susana Cruz al o por correo-e: LA FECHA LIMITA PARA HACER SU PEDIDO Y PAGAR LOS TAMALES ES EL VIERNES, 12 DE JUNIO Puede recoger sus Tamales el domingo, 14 de junio entre las 8 am y 3 pm en la Misión de SLO o hacer otros arreglos previamente con nosotros. Por supuesto, si gusta hacer una donación adicional se lo agradecemos muchísimo! Favor de hacer los cheques a nombre de: ENCUENTRO MATRIMONIAL MUNDIAL Muchísimas gracias y que Dios lo bendiga! NUESTRO CATECISMO Feliz fin de semana de Primeras Comuniones. Deseando a los niños que reciben su Primera Comunión y a sus familias, una celebración llena de gozo en compañía de sus seres queridos. Muchas Felicidades! Nuestra última sesión de formación en la fe es el 7 de junio. Hasta entonces! Terry Burrows ext. 15 y en Español con Rosalba Torres ext.18 Tiene amigos y conocidos que se preguntan cuál es el significado del Catolicismo? Tiene familiares o amigos que se han alejado de la fe o que no han recibido todos tus sacramentos? Invítelos a investigar la verdad de ser Católico. Haga una cita con Terry Burrows llamando al , ext. 15 o por BAUTISMOS Los feligreses registrados en la Misión de San Luis Obispo pueden llamar al para obtener información y fechas para bautizar a sus hijos. Las clases de bautismo en español son el primer lunes de cada mes. BODAS Tendremos bodas comunitarias (en grupo) para facilitar el tramite y la recepcion del sacramento del Matrimonio para aquellos que asi lo deseen. Se invita a las parejas que llevan tiempo juntos y no se habian decidido a casarse por la Iglesia a que lo piensen y aprovechen esta oportunidad. Para mas informacion hablar a la oficina o con el P. Braulio. Las Bodas comunitarias seran el dia 8 de Agosto del 2015 a las 2:00 p.m. Quinceañeras Avisar a la oficina con seis meses de anticipación. 1. Llame para verificar que el templo y el sacerdote están disponibles para la fecha deseada. 2. Llame a la coordinadora de Ceci Pimienta, al (719) para seguir el proceso de preparación. Recordatorio Los biberones de Alpha se tiene que regresar el día 21 de junio, Dia del Padre. Gracias por audarnos a ayudar.
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