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March 29, 2015
215 Crescent Pkwy, Sea Girt, NJ 08750 Phone 732-449-6364 Web www.stmarksseagirt.com
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Maynard Nagengast, OSB, and Rev. Bernard N. Mohan (Visiting Priests)
Deacon Michael Keary
Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:30 PM, Sunday 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 Noon
and 5 PM (in Spanish)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Fridays
after 11 AM Mass with Benediction at 3:45 PM
Daily Masses
7:30 AM and 11 AM (except Saturday)
Miraculous Medal Novena after Masses on Wednesdays
Our rectory hours
Monday thru Friday 8 AM-12:00 PM
1 PM-3 PM (Tuesdays until 6 PM)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30 PM to 4:15 PM on Saturdays and
after 7:30 AM and 11:00 AM Masses on Thursdays
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Mass Intentions
Monday, March 30
7:30 AM † Paul Motzenbecker
† Donald Healy
† Virginia Venier
11:00 AM † Don Curtis
† Griffith X. Clarke
† Margaret J. Dugan
Judy and Gene Mulvaney
Jim and Mary Power
Rose and Dan Crimmins
Janet and Art Ferrante
St. Mark's Religious Education Program
Edmund and Margaret Burke
Tuesday, March 31
7:30 AM † Elmer Matthews
† William Pyontek
† Everett F. Smith
11:00 AM † Thomas Kenah
† Ryan Family
† Judy Maniscalco
Gerry O'Connor
Rose and Dan Crimmins
Family
Tom and Pam Kenah
Marion Bohen
Joan and John Blanchard
Wednesday, April 1
7:30 AM † Anthony Ostrowski
† Don Healy
† John Shustowicz
11:00 AM † Stephan and Michael Dushnick
† Margaret Mary McDermott
† Charlene Hanson
Thursday, April 2
Don and Alice Healy
Tom and Sara Lynch
Family
Parents
Ertle and Sullivan Families
Adelaide Avena
Holy Thursday
7:30 PM Mass of the Lord's Supper
Friday, April 3
Good Friday
3:00 PM Passion of the Cross
Saturday, April 4
Easter Vigil
8:00 PM For the Confirmandi
Sunday, April 5
Easter Sunday The Resurrection of the Lord
8:00 AM For the People of the Parish
10:00 AM † Living and Deceased Members of
Cronin and Buckley Families
† Sister Anne Powers
† Florence Beneduce
12:00 PM † Maroon Abraham
† Kathleen Lynch
† Gloria and Frederick Raffetto
2:00 PM Special Intention Samantha Gonzalez
† Rumualdo Astorga
Family
Family
Family
Millie and Sally Abraham
Lynch Family
Family
Family
Zuna Benitez Family
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Holy Week and Easter Schedule
Holy Thursday Mass:
7:30 PM. Bilingual Mass with
combined choirs of Breath of
Life, Ageless Spirit, Adult
Tradi onal and Spanish
ensemble, followed by
Exposi on of the Blessed
Sacrament un l 10 PM.
Note: Those who are
parƟcipaƟng in the foot
washing are asked to arrive by
7:20 PM for brief instrucƟon.
Good Friday: 3 PM. Solemnity
of the Passion of the Lord
(Venera on of the Cross and
Holy Communion). Music by
Ageless Spirit and Adult
Tradi onal choirs.
Good Friday: 5 PM. Prayer
Service (Spanish)
Good Friday: 7:30 PM.
Way of the Cross (CYO
presents live Sta ons of the
Cross) and Venera on of the
Cross.
Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
Isaiah 50:4-7 I hid not my face from shame and spitting.
Psalms 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24 I can count all my bones–
they stare and gloat over me; they divide my garments
among them, and for my raiment they cast lots.
Philippians 2:6-11 And being found in human form he
humbled himself and became obedient unto death, even
death on a cross.
Mark 14:1--15:47 And when they had sung a hymn, they
went out to the Mount of Olives. And Jesus said to them,
“You will all fall away; for it is written, ‘I will strike the
shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered.’ But after I am
raised up, I will go before you to Galilee.” Peter said to
him, “Even though they all fall away, I will not.” And
Jesus said to him, “Truly, I say to you, this very night,
before the cock crows twice, you will deny me three
times.” But he said vehemently, “If I must die with you,
I will not deny you.” And they all said the same.
Blessing of Easter Food on
Saturday at 1 PM.
Easter Vigil on Saturday at
8:00 PM (Bilingual)* with
Ageless Spirit, Adult Choir and
Spanish ensemble, including
trumpets, guitars, and
percussion.
Easter Sunday Masses:
8:00 AM with organ/cantor
10:00 AM with Children’s Choir
and Breath of Life and
instrumentalists
12:00 Noon with organ/cantor
and small schola choir
2:00 PM (Spanish) with Spanish
ensemble
*The Vigil Mass will welcome
new adult RCIA candidates into
the Church. The Mass includes
BapƟsm, 1st Holy Communion
and ConfirmaƟon of candidates.
The Knights of Columbus, Council
#3231, will also present giŌs to
our newest members.
Good Friday is day of fasting and abstinence from
meat. Every person 14 years of age or older must
abstain from meat. Anyone over the age of 18, but
under the age of 59, should eat only one full meal or
can also have small amounts of food in the morning
and the evening.
What’s Inside?
Shroud of Turin Talk .............................................. 5
Don’t Just Be a Bystander!....................................... 5
On Good Friday, Find the Way .............................. 6
Regular Features
■ Liturgical Minister Schedule 4 ■ Pray for Military 4
■ Prayers for Healing 5 ■ Week at a Glance 5
■ Community Activities 7 ■ CYO News 7
Bulletin deadline: Monday at 2:00 PM (except before holidays)
Joanne Gibson, Editor Diana Zuna, Associate Editor
Email submissions to: [email protected]
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Next Weekend’s Liturgical Minister Schedule
Easter
April 4/5
Easter Vigil
8 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM
Sunday
10:00 AM
Sunday
12:00 Noon
Sunday
2:00 PM
Special assignments
for Easter Vigil
Tom Hayes
Bob O’Neill
Patrick Ahern
Leo Hurley
Richard Siderko
Harry Dunne
Ed Robinson
Usher needed
James Revel
Jim Mulvihill
Brendan Heslin
Usher needed
Silvestre Fierro
Filegonio García
Miguel Ramírez
Anastasio Paz
Readers
Rose Crimmins
Jamie Heaney
Ann Carville
María Valdez
Raúl Pérez
Extraordinary
Ministers of
the Eucharist
Rose Crimmins
Dan Crimmins
Tara Malia
Marianne Sheridan
Nancy Schatzman
Barbara Kane
Carlos Zuna
Francisca González
Martha Rojas
Altar Servers
Meghan Gallagher
Evan Crilley
Ellen Boyle
Christina González
Jose Alberto
Kelly Medina
Brianna Alvarado
Sandra Jiménez
Luis Jiménez
Margaret Price
Organ/cantor
Victoria Napolitano
Claire McGowan
Jillian Ludwig
Children’s Choir
Breath of Life
Pam Pertgen
Organ/cantor with
small schola choir
Néstor Román
Espíritu de Vida
Ushers
Cantors/
Choirs
Helen Foerst and Joan Murphy
Altar Ladies
Readings for the Week
Monday: Is 42:1-7; Ps 27:1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Tuesday: Is 49:1-6; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Wednesday: Is 50:4-9a; Ps 69:8-10, 21-22, 31, 33-34;
Mt 26:14-25
Holy Thursday: Chrism Mass: Is 61:1-3a, 6a, 8b-9; Ps 89:21-22,
25, 27; Rv 1:5-8; Lk 4:16-21. Lord’s Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14;
Ps 116:12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Good Friday: Is 52:13–53:12; Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-17, 25;
Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1–19:42
Please Pray for Our Military on Active Duty
Col. Thomas Crimmins, USAF, Cpl. Ian Michael
Rivera, USMC, Staff Sgt. Carmen Maffucci, USAF,
IS First Class Brian Maffucci, USCG,
Lt. Nicholas Guariglia, USMC,
Specialist (SPC) Colin P. Marvel, US Army,
Lt. Commander Brenden Piccolo, USN,
Major Sean P. Cox, USMC, Major Kevin Ward,
US Army, Lt. Robert J. Bennett, USN
Please send an email to [email protected] if you would
like to add a name or change a rank. If you do not have email,
please call the Rectory at 732-449-6364 x100.
In Loving Remembrance
We ask your prayers for our beloved parishioners,
family members, and friends who have
recently died. Our parish family extends
its sympathy and assurance of prayer to
their family, friends, and to all those
mourning the death of a loved one who
died, especially Nelda Ragan and
Mary Birle. May the Lord Jesus sustain
them with His peace.
Please note: Due to early bulletin deadlines, the Easter
bulletin is already printed.
Cover art: “Jesus Washes Peter’s Feet” by Ford Madox
Brown (1856) is available at Wikimedia Commons.
Upcoming Special Collection: On Good Friday,
April 3rd, an offering will be taken up for Peter’s Pence,
a pontifical collection for the Holy Land.
Last Weekend’s Collection
$10,244.00
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Parish News and Upcoming Events
Easter Egg Hunts This Sunday!
Easter Egg Hunts Palm Sunday, March 29th,
after 10 AM and 5 PM Masses. This year, bring
children directly outside and CYO teens will take
them to join their age group!
Don’t Just Be a Bystander!
Because of Easter, St. Mark's
Altar Rosary Society will have its
April meeting and luncheon on the
2nd Monday in April, April 13th,
following the 11 AM Mass and Rosary.
The guest speaker will show attendees how to perform
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
Shroud of Turin Talk
Dr. Larry Mueller, a St. Mark’s parishioner and
thoracic surgeon, will offer an encore presentation from
his unique perspective of “The Shroud of Turin”
on Tuesday, March 31st, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM, here
at St. Mark’s. A thoracic surgeon is a medical doctor
who performs operations on the heart, lungs,
esophagus, and other organs in the chest. You won’t
want to miss this amazing talk!
Explore the Shroud in Detail
A new app, called Shroud 2.0, is available for
iphones and smartphones at https://itunes.apple.com/
us/app/shroud-2.0/id614248391?mt=8. The app is the
result of a digitalization process that recomposed 1,649
photographs into one single 12 billion pixels image
(72 Gb). These new images of “The Shroud of Turin,”
along with scientific and theological interpretations
prepared with the Diocese of Turin and the
International Center of Sindonology, dispute earlier
findings to date the shroud from between 300 BC and
400 AD, in the era of Christ. The high resolution
image also purportedly shows nail wounds at the wrists
and pinpricks around the brow, consistent with the
"crown of thorns" mockingly pressed onto Christ at the
time of his Crucifixion. While many experts have stood
by a 1988 carbon-14 dating of scraps of the cloth
carried out by labs in Oxford, Zurich and Arizona that
dated it from 1260 to 1390, this testing was done with
infra-red light and spectroscopy (the measurement of
radiation intensity through wavelengths). The tests also
reaffirmed the 1988 findings where traces of dust and
pollen on the shroud could only have come from the
Holy Land.
Prayers for Healing
Patrick Wypler
Efraín Montoya
Virginia Barnes
Michael Sheridan
Anne Fleming
Enedina Marquez
Richard McCarthy
Maralyn McKeon
George Lister
This list of parishioners, relatives, and friends are in need of
your prayers for healing. Please note that the pastor’s policy to
ensure the consent of the person whose name appears here
requires that only they or a family member may request a name
be added to this list.
Spring Cleaning?
If you have any gently-used
or new spring-weight clothing
for babies or toddlers, our
Spanish ministry has a great
need! We also need clothing
donations in styles for teens.
If you are looking for a way
to help the poor in your community this Easter, we
always welcome donations of new clothes and small
kitchen appliances in working order for our families.
Please bring your donation to the church basement on
Sundays at 4 PM when volunteers are on hand to sort
and distribute them!
Readers Needed
Readers are needed at all Masses. Volunteers are
only asked to par cipate in one or two Masses each
month. Our readers o en find the experience is
especially rewarding. Please contact Donna in the
Rectory at 732-449-6364 ext.100.
This Week at a Glance
Weekend, March 28/29 Palm Sunday
Easter Egg Hunts after the 10 AM and 5 PM Masses.
See left for details on changes this year.
Monday, March 30
Rosary makers meet at 1 PM in the Church basement.
Tuesday, March 31
Dr. Larry Mueller presents “The Shroud of Turin” at
7 PM in the main Church. (See left.)
Wednesday, April 1
Holy Name Society meets at 7 PM in the Church
basement.
See Holy Week Schedule on page 3. Rectory office will be
closed on Holy Thursday through Easter Monday.
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On Good Friday, Find the Way
The Stations of the Cross
13. His body is taken down
(also known as the Way of the
from the cross (Luke 23:53)
Cross) is a narration of the
14. His body is laid in the tomb
final hours of Jesus’ life on
(Matthew 27:60)
earth. They reveal how Jesus
And the Scripture-based version of
was willing to set aside any
St. John Paul II:
privilege of Deity in order to
provide a path to salvation
1. Jesus in the Garden of
through His sacrifice. The
Olives (Matthew 26:36-41)
biblical Stations shed light on
2. Jesus betrayed by Judas
the tragic role of the various
(Mark 14:43-46)
characters involved, and the
3. Jesus condemned to death
struggle between light and
by the Sanhedrin (Luke 22:66-71)
darkness, truth and falsehood.
St. Mark’s CYO and Spanish Ministry invite you to join
4. Jesus denied by Peter
They all participate in the
them on Good Friday at 7:30 PM for live Stations of the
(Matthew 26:69-75)
mystery of the Passion, taking
Cross followed by Veneration of the Cross.
5. Jesus judged by Pilate
a stance for or against Jesus
(Mark 15:1-5, 15)
(Lk 2, 34).
6. Jesus flogged and crowned with thorns (John 19:1-3)
The traditional form of the Stations show fourteen
7. Jesus bears his cross (John 19:6, 15-17)
stations placed in the same order, as first appearing in
Spain during the first half of the 17th century (especially
8. Jesus is helped by Simon of Cyrene (Mark 15:21)
in Franciscan communities). Next, they appear in
9. Jesus encounters women of Jerusalem (Luke 23:27-31)
Sardinia, at that time under the dominion of the Spanish 10. Jesus is crucified (Luke 23:33-34)
crown, and onto Italy. There they found an effective
11. Jesus promises the kingdom to the good thief
champion in St. Leonard of Port Maurice (1751), a friar
(Luke 23:39-43)
minor and a tireless missionary. He personally saw to the
12. Jesus speaks to His Mother and His beloved disciple
construction of 572 Stations of the Cross, including the
(John 19: 25-27)
famous one erected inside the Coliseum, which were
13. Jesus dies on the cross (Luke 23: 44-46)
done at the request of Benedict XIV in December 1750
14. Jesus is placed in the tomb (Matthew 27: 57-60)
to commemorate the Holy Year.
In the traditional form of the Stations of the Cross,
however, stations 3, 4, 6, 7, and 9 are not explicitly
biblical. In 1991, St. John Paul II
instituted a new series of fourteen Stations of Cross,
each of which was based on Scripture alone. However,
Pope Francis has reverted to practicing the traditional
form as follows:
1. Jesus is condemned (Luke 23:24)
2. Jesus carries his cross (John 19:17)
3. Jesus falls the first time (By inference from stations 2 & 5)
4. Jesus meets his mother (By inference from John 19:25-27)
5. Simon of Cyrene helps carry the cross (Matthew 27:32)
6. Veronica wipes Jesus’ face (Not recorded in Scripture)
7. Jesus falls a second time (Not recorded in Scripture)
8. Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem (Luke 23:27-31)
9. Jesus falls the third time (Not recorded in Scripture)
10. Jesus is stripped of his garments (John 19:23)
11. Jesus is nailed to the cross (Mark 15:24)
12. Jesus dies on the cross (Mark 15:37)
In 1st Corinthians, St. Paul says, “...but we
preach Christ crucified.” Why does St. Paul preach
Christ crucified? Through the power of the crucified
Christ on the Cross, the bonds of sin and death are
broken.
“For I decided to know nothing among you
except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.” St. Paul
explains that an empty cross has no power. The
Cross that bears the beaten, ba ered, and bloodied
body of Jesus Christ, however, that Cross is the
“power of God.”
The Crucifix reminds us not only of God's
power, but also His love for us–giving His only
bego en Son up for suffering and death.
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CYO News and Lenten Schedule by Mary Reilly, CYO Director
Sunday, March 29: Easter Egg Hunts after 10 AM and
5 PM Masses. Volunteers should arrive by 9:15 AM and
4:30 PM.
7:15-8:30 PM. Dress rehearsal for the Stations of the
Cross. All cast and crew members from CYO and the
Spanish ministry must attend this rehearsal.
Thursday, April 2: 7:20 PM. CYO volunteers for
washing of the feet must report to church no later than
7:20 PM for the evening Mass of the Last Supper.
Friday, April 3: 6:30 PM: Final run-through for the
Stations of the Cross. Present the Stations of the Cross
followed by Veneration of the Cross.
Many thanks to all who worked at the soup kitchen last
weekend. Special thanks to all who stuffed the eggs for
the Easter Egg hunts and to the parent volunteers: Lou,
Christina, Rick, Maureen and Patti! A warm welcome to
new members Lauryn, Peter, Danny, Madeline, Katie,
Jenna, DJ and Pete. It’s great to have all of you in CYO!
PLEASE COME TO THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS
THIS GOOD FRIDAY AT 7:30 PM,
EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!
God bless you, my CYO angels! Mrs. R.
[email protected]
Community Activities
DOVES Seek Donations of Household Items
On Saturday, April 11th, 11 AM to 2 PM, the DOVES
will collect bagged household items in the St. Denis
School parking lot, 119 Virginia Avenue, Manasquan.
Proceeds will benefit the DOVES 8th annual summer
mission trip to Richmond, VA. The following items will
be accepted: coats, bedding, drapes, purses, linens,
towels, stuffed animals and shoes. Please bag the items
securely. Receipts for donations will be available. Start
cleaning out those closets now! For details, call Pat at
732-528-7347 or email her at [email protected]
Respect Life Committee Looking for
New Members
Monmouth Coastal Respect Life Committee
(MCRLC) consists of six Catholic Churches in our
area. The Committee meets the First Wednesday
of the month at 7:30 PM. Our next meeting is
Wednesday, April 1st, at 7:30 PM, in
St. Catharine’s convent, Spring Lake. MCRLC’s
mission is the protection and defense of all human
persons from conception to natural death.
If you feel a call to this mission, you are most
welcome. For details, email Mary Reilly at
[email protected]
Michael’s Feat
Michael’s Feat Annual Gala is being held Saturday,
April 11th, 6-11 PM, at the Sheraton Eatontown
Hotel, Rt. 35, Eatontown. This special celebration
raises funds to help families with seriously ill
newborns. Featuring premium open bar, formal
dinner, entertainment, gift auction and more, it is
quite a treat for a feat! For information regarding
sponsorships, donations and tickets ($125 per
person), visit www.michaelsfeat.org.
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Iglesia de “San Marcos” Apostolado Hispano
Msgr. Sean P. Flynn, Pastor
Rev. Jose Fernandez-Banqueses, Vicario Parroquial
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 122
Misa Dominical: Domingo 5:00 PM
CONFESIONES: Todos los domingos de 4:00 PM-4:45PM.
También pueden llamar a la rectoría en caso de emergencia
ext. 122.
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO: Los padres de familia que
deseen celebrar el sacramento del Bautismo. Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
CLASES DE RELIGION: Se ofrecen clases de Religión todos los
domingos antes y después de la Santa Eucaristía desde los grados:
(Pre-k, K hasta el 8th grado).
Para los adultos se ofrece RICA en Español. Las inscripciones se
llevan a cabo cada año entre los meses Mayo a Septiembre. Para
más información llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
SACRAMENTO DEL MATRIMONIO: Las parejas que deseen
celebrar el Sacramento del Matrimonio, Para más información
llamar a la oficina ext. 100.
Horario de oficina en Español:
Lunes, Martes & Miércoles 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Diana Zuna, Apostolado Hispano
[email protected]
Teléfono: 732 449-6364 ext. 100
Fax: 732 449-1646
MINISTERIO DE MUSICA: Les invita a las personas que deseen
cantar otocar cualquier instrumento musical, les invitamos a que se
integren al coro en español de San Marcos, la persona Néstor
Román. Vengan a cantar al Señor Jesús.
CIRCULO DE ORACION: La Renovación Carismática en el
Espíritu Santo “Al Encuentro con Jesús” te invita a que vengas a
encontrarte con El Señor Jesús a través de oraciones y alabanzas,
ven y gózate en la presencia del Señor, ahora con el Ministerio de
Música Carismática: “Sembrando Esperanza.” Te esperamos todos
los días viernes a las 6:30 PM. No faltes, Cristo te espera Salmo
150! Alabe al Señor todo ser que respire!
TRANSPORTACION: Ofrecemos transportación a las personas
que viven en Pt Pleasant, Brielle, Manasquan, Sea Girt, Bradley
Beach & Belmar durante todo el año. Mandar un texto o llamar los
domingos a Diana Zuna al 908-783-4221 antes de las 2:00 PM si
necesitas este servicio.
Domingo de Ramos
Lecturas y Calendario para esta Semana
Primera Lectura: Isaías 50, 4-7. Los sufrimientos de
Jesús son narrados por las palabras de Isaías.
El elegido de Dios ha recibido injurias y escupos.
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 21, 8-9. 17-20. 23-24.
Dios mío, Dios mío, por qué me has abandonado?
Segunda Lectura: Filipenses 2, 6-11. Jesús, siendo Dios,
no se aferró a sus condición divina. Se humilló tomó la
condición de siervo y se hizo semejante a los humanos.
Ante su nombre todos deberán arrodillarse.
Evangelio: Marcos 14, 1—15, 47. Narración de la
traición, condenaciones, sufrimiento y muerte de Jesús.
No hay amor más grande que este.
30 Lunes Santo: Is 42:1-7; Sal 27 (26):1-3, 13-14;
Jn 12:1-11.
31 Martes Santo: Is 49:1-6; Sal 71 (70):1-6, 15, 17;
Jn 13:21-33, 36-38.
1 Miércoles Santo: Is 50:4-9a; Sal 69 (68):8-10, 21-22, 31,
33-34; Mt 26:14-25.
2 Jueves Santo: Termina la Cuaresma a la puesta del sol.
Misa del Crisma: Is 61:1-3a, 6a, 8b-9; Sal 89 (88):21-22,
25, 27; Apo 1:5-8; Lc 4:16-21. Cena del Señor: Ex 12:1-8,
11-14; Sal 116 (117):12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18;
1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15.
El Triduo Pascual de la Pasión, Muerte y Resurrección del
Señor Misa Vespertina de la Cena del Señor.
3 Viernes Santo de la Pasión del Señor. Primer día del
ayuno pascual. Is 52:13—53:12; Sal 31 (30):2, 6, 12-13,
15-17, 25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1—19:42.
Presentación de las Ofrendas para Marzo 29
Carmen Medina y familia
El Camino de la Fe–Introducción a la Doctrina Católica
¡! Atención Catequistas, los registros para la Certificación
de Catequesis, ya esta disponibles desde ahora ¡!
Estás clases serán por la Internet y estos cursos duraran
7 semanas, las fechas disponibles son:
April 13, 2015
Junio 8, 2015
Agosto 31, 2015
Para más información y registración, por favor hablar con
Diana Zuna.
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