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RECOLLECTION  PARA SA MGA GAYS NG ATING PAROKYA

 

ISANG SPECIAL RECOLLECTION ANG ALAY NG PAROKYA PARA SA MGA GAYS SA JANUARY 25, 2014, SABADO, IKA-7 NG GABI. 

 

ITO AY UPANG MAGABAYAN AT MAPALAPIT SA PANGINOON ANG LAHAT NG KANYANG MINAMAHAL NA ANAK.

 

ANG NAIS LUMALIM ANG PAGKILALA SA SARILI AT PAGKILALA SA PANGINOON AY MAGPALISTA LAMANG PO SA ATING PARISH OFFICE.

FOURTH WEEK OF ADVENT

A: Is 7:10–14; Rom 1:1–7; Mt 1:18–24

B: 2 Sm 7:1–5, 8b–12, 14a, 16; Rom 16:25–27; Lk 1:26–38

C: Mi 5:1–4a; Heb 10:5–10; Lk 1:39–45

Welcome to Humanity!

Advertising works by exaggeration. Jesus comes in just the opposite way: a baby too tiny to notice in an unimportant speck of the empire. We may work toward the ideal holiday—beautifully wrapped gifts and delicious meals, but there may still be awkward lapses in conversation, tired and cranky people, screaming children, and barking dogs that disrupt the caroling.

 

12/17: Gn 49:2, 8–10; Mt 1:1–17

A Mighty Growl

Lest we get too sentimental, Genesis compares Judah, Jesus’ ancestor, to a lion. It’s appropriate to roar at injustice, to work fiercely so that the Gospel permeates our world.

 

12/18: Jer 23:5–8; Mt 1:18–25

Uprooted

Matthew describes an unsettled time—no social approval or family nest welcomes Jesus. Much as we distrust such unstable times ourselves, they often give birth to the greatest growth.

 

12/19: Jgs 13:2–7, 24–25a; Lk 1:5–25

Stalled?

“You will have joy and gladness,” the angel tells Zechariah. But he becomes bogged down in the negative (“I am an old man, and my wife is advanced in years”) and he misses the great good, the undreamt possibility becoming real.

 

12/20: Is 7:10–14; Lk 1:26–38

Many Annunciations

Many people who learn they’ll be a parent or become responsible for others feel perplexed and astonished as Mary did. But for all those starting a perilous new adventure comes the same reassurance: “Nothing will be impossible for God.”

 

12/21: Sg 2:8–14 or Zep 3:14–18a; Lk 1:39–45

An Unborn Infant Leaps

What’s good news without girlfriends to share it? Not a word of complaint from Mary or Elizabeth though their pregnancies are hardly routine. What can I praise today?

 

12/22: 1 Sm 1:24–28; Lk 1:46–56

Sing Praise

Today’s calendar door opens to song. Find a musical version of “The Magnificat” (YouTube has many), listen to or sing Mary’s canticle, and reflect on it.

 

12/23: Mal 3:1–4, 23–24; Lk 1:57–66

The Importance of the Name

“Making all things new” starts with John’s name, a change from the clan’s past and its patriarchy. The name “Emmanuel” was first used during Ahaz’s corrupt rule. Ours isn’t the first era of disruptive change, war, and disaster.

 

12/24 (morning): 2 Sm 7:1–5, 8b–12, 14a, 16; Lk 1:67–79

Soon and Very Soon

“The tender mercy of our God” will blossom forth tomorrow. What glimpses of Advent grace have prepared you for this?

 

12/25: The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)

A, B, C (Midnight): Is 9:1–6; Ti 2:11–14; Lk 2:1–14

A, B, C (Day): Is 52:7–10; Heb 1:1–6; Jn 1:1–18 or 1:1–5, 9–14

God’s Pure Gift

Some suggest that Jesus became human not to atone or rescue, but because God wanted to be better known. So God is revealed through the touch of a baby’s hand. Jesus knows how hard it is to be human, so he joins us. That is cause for rejoicing.

 

 

Author Kathy Coffey gives many retreats and workshops. For more information about her books and talks, see kathyjcoffey.wordpress.com.

FOURTH WEEK OF ADVENT

A: Is 7:10–14; Rom 1:1–7; Mt 1:18–24

B: 2 Sm 7:1–5, 8b–12, 14a, 16; Rom 16:25–27; Lk 1:26–38

C: Mi 5:1–4a; Heb 10:5–10; Lk 1:39–45

Welcome to Humanity!

Advertising works by exaggeration. Jesus comes in just the opposite way: a baby too tiny to notice in an unimportant speck of the empire. We may work toward the ideal holiday—beautifully wrapped gifts and delicious meals, but there may still be awkward lapses in conversation, tired and cranky people, screaming children, and barking dogs that disrupt the caroling.

 

12/17: Gn 49:2, 8–10; Mt 1:1–17

A Mighty Growl

Lest we get too sentimental, Genesis compares Judah, Jesus’ ancestor, to a lion. It’s appropriate to roar at injustice, to work fiercely so that the Gospel permeates our world.

 

12/18: Jer 23:5–8; Mt 1:18–25

Uprooted

Matthew describes an unsettled time—no social approval or family nest welcomes Jesus. Much as we distrust such unstable times ourselves, they often give birth to the greatest growth.

 

12/19: Jgs 13:2–7, 24–25a; Lk 1:5–25

Stalled?

“You will have joy and gladness,” the angel tells Zechariah. But he becomes bogged down in the negative (“I am an old man, and my wife is advanced in years”) and he misses the great good, the undreamt possibility becoming real.

 

12/20: Is 7:10–14; Lk 1:26–38

Many Annunciations

Many people who learn they’ll be a parent or become responsible for others feel perplexed and astonished as Mary did. But for all those starting a perilous new adventure comes the same reassurance: “Nothing will be impossible for God.”

 

12/21: Sg 2:8–14 or Zep 3:14–18a; Lk 1:39–45

An Unborn Infant Leaps

What’s good news without girlfriends to share it? Not a word of complaint from Mary or Elizabeth though their pregnancies are hardly routine. What can I praise today?

 

12/22: 1 Sm 1:24–28; Lk 1:46–56

Sing Praise

Today’s calendar door opens to song. Find a musical version of “The Magnificat” (YouTube has many), listen to or sing Mary’s canticle, and reflect on it.

 

12/23: Mal 3:1–4, 23–24; Lk 1:57–66

The Importance of the Name

“Making all things new” starts with John’s name, a change from the clan’s past and its patriarchy. The name “Emmanuel” was first used during Ahaz’s corrupt rule. Ours isn’t the first era of disruptive change, war, and disaster.

 

12/24 (morning): 2 Sm 7:1–5, 8b–12, 14a, 16; Lk 1:67–79

Soon and Very Soon

“The tender mercy of our God” will blossom forth tomorrow. What glimpses of Advent grace have prepared you for this?

 

12/25: The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)

A, B, C (Midnight): Is 9:1–6; Ti 2:11–14; Lk 2:1–14

A, B, C (Day): Is 52:7–10; Heb 1:1–6; Jn 1:1–18 or 1:1–5, 9–14

God’s Pure Gift

Some suggest that Jesus became human not to atone or rescue, but because God wanted to be better known. So God is revealed through the touch of a baby’s hand. Jesus knows how hard it is to be human, so he joins us. That is cause for rejoicing.

 

 

Author Kathy Coffey gives many retreats and workshops. For more information about her books and talks, see kathyjcoffey.wordpress.com.

SIMBANG GABI 2013

DEC 15-23

ANTICIPATED (EVENING) MASSES

6:30PM:  STV PARISH           

6:30PM: ST. FRANCIS

7:00PM: DELA PAZ

7:00PM: SAN LORENZO

8:00PM: ICC

 

DEC 15: SUNDAY

NO 4PM AND 5PM MASSES

 

DEC 16-24

DAWN MASSES

4:00AM: STV PARISH

 

DEC 22 (SUNDAY):

STV PARISH

4AM

8AM

10AM

BAPTISM

6:30PM (ANTICIPATED)

 

DEC 24: MIDNIGHT MASS

PARISH

8PM:

10PM:

CHAPELS

7:00PM – DELA PAZ

8:30PM- ST. FRANCIS

9:00PM – SAN LORENZO

10:00PM –ICC

 

DEC 25: CHRISTMAS DAY

7AM

9AM

BAPTISM

NO PM MASSES

 

DEC 29: SUNDAY

REGULAR SCHEDULE

(no chapel masses)

 

DEC 31: NEW YEAR’S EVE

PARISH

6AM

7PM

8PM HOLY HOUR

9PM

CHAPELS

7:00PM – DELA PAZ

8:00PM- ST. FRANCIS

8:00PM – SAN LORENZO

9:00PM –ICC

 

JAN 1

MARY, MOTHER OF GOD

7AM

9AM

BAPTISM

NO PM MASSES

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FIRST FRIDAY HOLY HOUR AT DEVOTION

 

SA APRIL 4, 2014 AY FIRST FRIDAY. 

 

DUMALO TAYO SA MISA,

 

HOLY HOUR AT PARISH RECOLLECTION

SIMULA 6 PM,

 

KUNG SAAN MARIRINIG NATIN ANG MENSAHE

 

NG SACRED HEART PARA SA ATIN SA BUWANG ITO.

 

MAYROON DING PAGPAPAHID NG LANGIS SA

 

KARANGALAN NI STO TOMAS.

 

MAGKITA-KITA PO TAYO!

 

 

PAANYAYA PARA SA MGA KABATAAN

kabataan,

MAGING malapit sa diyos at DAGDAGAN ANG KAIBIGAN AT BARKADA! 

dumalo sa parish youth ministry,

ang kilusan ng mga kabataan ng ating parokya. 

magkita-kita tayo sa parish hall tuwing sabado

simula alas-7 ng gabi

para sa kwentuhan, pagdarasal,

pakikipag-kaibigan sa diyos at sa isat-isa. 

ISAMA ANG LAHAT NG mga TROPA!

 IBA ANG SAYA KASAMA SI KRISTO!!! 

PAANYAYA PARA SA LOVE OFFERING SA PANGINOON

ANG MGA LOVE-OFFERING ENVELOPES NA IPINAMIMIGAY SA ATIN SA HARAP O PINTO NG SIMBAHAN AY MALAKING TULONG NINYO PARA SA MGA GAWAIN NG ATING SIMBAHAN.  UGALIIN NATIN NA SUPORTAHAN AT TULUNGAN ANG ATING PAROKYA.  BAGAMAT ITO AY HINDI SAPILITAN, SANA’Y MAUNAWAAN NATIN NA ANG ATING SIMBAHAN AY PANANAGUTAN NATIN NA ITAGUYOD SA KANYANG MGA PROYEKTO, MAINTENANCE AT MGA PLANO PARA SA IKADARAKILA NG DIYOS.  MAAARING IBALIK SA OPISINA O KAYA’Y IALAY SA OFFERTORY PROCESSION NG MISA ANG ATING MGA LOVE OFFERING.    ANG BUKAS-PALAD SA DIYOS AY PINAGPAPALA NIYANG LUBOS.  SALAMAT PO.

SCHEDULE OF LITURGICAL SERVICES
HOLY MASS:

SUNDAYS        6:00 AM         

8:00 AM         10:00 AM
4:00 PM           5:00 PM

6:30 PM

MONDAYS    6:00 PM

TUESDAYS
    6:00 PM

WEDNESDAYS
   6:00 AM and 6:00PM

followed by Perpetual Help Novena

THURSDAYS
    6:00 PM

FRIDAYS          6:00 PM

followed by Sto. Tomas Devotion

1st FRIDAYS     6:00 PM

followed by Holy Hour and Parish Recollection                      

SATURDAYS    6:00 AM and
5:30 PM ANTICIPATED MASS

PANALANGIN NG PAROKYA NI STO. TOMAS DE VILLANUEVA

 

AMANG MAPAGMAHAL

TUNGHAYAN MO PO AT KAAWAAN

ANG IYONG MGA ANAK

SA DELA PAZ AT SANTOLAN

NA BUMUBUO SA PAROKYA

NI STO TOMAS DE VILLANUEVA.

NAWAY MAG-UMAPAW

ANG PAGKAKAISA, PAGMAMAHAL

AT PAGLILINGKOD SA AMING LAHAT

KAUGNAY NG AMING OBISPO, KURA PAROKO

AT MGA PARING LINGKOD.

MARANASAN NAWA NG BAWAT

PAMILYA AT PAMAYANAN

ANG IYONG PAGGABAY AT

PAGPAPALANG MATERYAL AT ESPIRITWAL.

ITAGUYOD NAWA NAMIN

ANG MISYON NG SIMBAHAN

NA MAY MALASAKIT SA AMING KAPWA

AT TUNAY NA PAGBIBIGAYAN.

SALAMAT PO SA PAROKYA

NAMING ITO NA SIYANG

TAHANAN NG AMING PUSO

AT BUONG PAGKATAO.

SA PAMAMAGITAN NI KRISTO

KASAMA NG ESPIRITU SANTO

MAGPASAWALANG HANGGAN.  AMEN.

STO. TOMAS DE VILLANUEVA,

IPANALANGIN MO KAMI.  

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