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St. Edward Catholic Church
January 5, 2014
The Epiphany of the Lord
In Choosing to be Born for Us, God Chose to be Known by Us
A sermon by St Peter Chrysologus
For us, Christ is everything. We
begin in each day in his presence.
We are his people, from many
walks of life, and from many
nations and languages. We
adore the Lord, address him with
the psalms of our ancestors and
enter the sacred Liturgy, the
source and summit in our life in
Christ. Through our Catechetical
programs we pass on the faith
both to adults and children,
training in holiness which calls us
to a Holy life distinguished above
all in the art of prayer. Rising from
prayer we minister to the needs of
those who ask our help, with food
and other assistance. We are the
people of St. Edward Catholic
Church in Newark, California.
Christ is everything. If you have a
wound to heal, he is the doctor; if
you are in need of help, he is
strength; if you fear death, he is
life; if you desire Heaven, he is
the way; if you are in the
darkness, he is light. Blessed are
they who hope in him!
In the mystery of our Lord’s incarnation there were clear
indications of his eternal Godhead. Yet the great events we
celebrate today disclose and reveal in different ways the fact that
God himself took a human body. Mortal man, enshrouded always
in darkness, must not be left in ignorance, and so be deprived of
what he can understand and retain only by grace.
In choosing to be born for us, God chose to be known by
us. He therefore reveals himself in this way, in order that this great
sacrament of his love may not be an occasion for us of great
misunderstanding.
Today the Magi find, crying in a manger, the one they have
followed as he shone in the sky. Today the Magi see clearly, in
swaddling clothes, the one they have long awaited as he lay
hidden among the stars.
Today the Magi gaze in deep wonder at what they see:
heaven on earth, earth in heaven, man in God, God in man, one
whom the whole universe cannot contain now enclosed in a tiny
body. As they look, they believe and do not question, as their
symbolic gifts bear witness: incense for God, gold for a king, myrrh
for one who is to die.
So the Gentiles, who were the last, become the first: the
faith of the Magi is the first fruits of the belief of the Gentiles.
Today Christ enters the Jordan to wash away the sin of the
world. John himself testifies that this is why he has come: Behold
the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the
world. Today a servant lays his hand on the Lord, a man lays his
hand on God, John lays his hand on Christ, not to forgive but to
receive forgiveness.
Today, as the psalmist prophesied: The voice of the Lord is
heard above the waters. What does the voice say? This is my
beloved son, in whom I am well pleased.
Today the Holy Spirit hovers over the waters in the likeness
of a dove. A dove announced to Noah that the flood had
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St. Edward Catholic Church
Schedule for Holy Mass
Horario de la Santa Misa
5:00 pm
Saturday
5788 Thornton Ave.
Newark, CA 94560
(510) 797-0241
En Español
Clergy
Rev. Jeffrey R. Keyes, C.PP.S., Pastor
Rev. James Franck, C.PP.S., Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jaya Babu Nuthulapati, C.PP.S., Parochial Vicar
Sunday
7:15 am
8:30 am
Missa Cantata 10:00 am
11:30 am
Mass in
Portuguese 12:45pm
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
6:45 am
Weekdays
9:00 am
Parish School
Gregory Fonzeno, Elementary School Principal
Kathy McCall, School Secretary
Parish Staff
Irma Ramirez, Administrative Secretary
Sister Mary Mark Schoenstein, OP, Pastoral Associate
Maria Lopes, Bookkeeper and Treasurer
Cruz Calvillo, Buildings and Grounds
Sam Dorlaque, Music Ministry
Faith Formation
Rev. Jeffrey R. Keyes, C.PP.S., Adult Formation/RCIA
Donalyn Deeds, Elementary Faith Formation
Michele Javier Poma, Confirmation
Ana Katsanes, Secretary
Ann Marie Carbonell, Youth Ministry
Saturday
Liturgy of Hours
Finance Committee
Tom DuBeck - Chairperson
Deacons
Deacon Rolito Roque
Deacon Roger Wedl
Deacon Ernie Perez (Retired)
Rectory Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone and Fax
Monday-Friday
Morning Prayer 6:15am
Evening Prayer 4:30pm
Saturday
Morning Prayer 8:15am
Evening Prayer 4:15pm
Sunday
Morning Prayer 6:15am
Evening Prayer 5:15pm
Holy Mass
Extraordinary Form
Thursdays
5:30pm
Rectory (510) 797-0241
Fax (510) 797-4557
Faith Formation/CCD (510)797-5588
Music Office (510) 797-5035
St. Edward School (510) 793-7242
Dominican Sisters (510) 793-9447
Saint Vincent De Paul Helpline (510) 494-9319
Parish Hall Available for Rent (510) 797-0241
9:00 am
Confessions
Confesiones
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
First Friday at 4:30 p.m.
Confesión En Español
Jueves 8:30 am
Primer y tercer Lunes, 7:30 pm
Primer Viernes del Mes, 4:30 pm
Holy Baptism
Sagrado Bautismo
Must be registered in St. Edward Parish
three months prior to baptism.
Deben registrarse en la parroquia
tres meses antes del bautismo.
Holy Matrimony
Sagrado Matrimonio
The Diocese requires six months preparation prior
to marriage. Please contact a priest to schedule
an appointment.
La Diócesis pide que se prepare con seis meses de
anticipación. Por favor, haga cita con
un sacerdote.
Funerals
Email
Funerales
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] (music office)
The priest would like to meet
with the family prior
to the funeral service.
El sacerdote le gustaria reunirse
con la familia antes
del servicio funebre.
On the Web
http://stedwardcatholic.com
http://www.fatherkeyes.com/
7:00 pm
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Parish Support
Weekly Need
$17,167
Sunday, Dec. 22
$11,455
Deficit Reduction
$ 3,209
Christmas and Sunday December 29 are not available
because we had to send bulletins early.
Second Collections
Jan. 5
Jan. 12
Jan. 19
Capital Improvements
C.PP.S. Religious Retirement
Seminary
Thank you for your support!
Mass Intentions for the Week
Jan. 6-12, 2014
Monday, Christmas Weekday
6:45 a.m. Precious Blood Community
9:00 a.m. Living Members of Legion of Mary(Sp.Int.)
Tuesday, January 7, Christmas Weekday
6:45 a.m. Leslie Neill (Thanksgiving)
9:00 a.m. Alicia Exconde †
Wednesday, January 8, Christmas Weekday
6:45 a.m. Marie T. Riley (Thanksgiving)
9:00 a.m. Severina Lopez †
Thursday, January 9, Christmas Weekday
6:45 a.m. Nelia M. Rodriguez †
9:00 a.m. Virginia Barroga †
5:30 a.m. Vocations
Friday,
January 10, Christmas Weekday
6:45 a.m. Asuncion Magcamit †
9:00 a.m. Marge Bremner †
Saturday,
9:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
January 11, Christmas Weekday
Angelita Pamilar (Thanksgiving)
Anthony Lopes †
Miguel Atenta †
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disappeared from the earth; so now a dove is to
reveal that the world’s shipwreck is at an end
forever. The sign is no longer an olive-shoot of
the old stock: instead, the Spirit pours out on
Christ’s head the full richness of a new
anointing by the Father, to fulfil what the
psalmist had prophesied: Therefore God, your
God, has anointed you with the oil of gladness
above your fellows.
Today Christ works the first of his signs
from heaven by turning water into wine. But
water has still to be changed into the sacrament
of his blood, so that Christ may offer spiritual
drink from the chalice of his body, to fulfil the
psalmist’s prophecy: How excellent is my
chalice, warming my spirit.
THE LIGHT OF FAITH
The first reading today is charged with the glory of the
Lord. Everyone who can come to the holy city does
come—whole caravans of people of all ages on foot and
on dromedaries and camels. This description of an irresistible light-filled city prepares us for the story of the
magi. They are guided by their own lights—their study of
astronomy and astrology—and by the light of a peculiar
star. Their study tells them that an unusual event in the
heavens is a sign of an extraordinary birth on earth. They
mean to find out about this, and they set out with gifts
worthy of a king. They are welcomed into an insignificant
house in Bethlehem, offer gifts befitting a king, and receive the gift of faith. Paul reinforces the great gift of faith
available to the Gentiles, whom the magi represent. What
they have seen has changed them, just as it changed
Paul and all who heeded his proclamation. Like the magi
and like Paul, we are invited to receive this life that is
filled with the light of faith. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Christmas Decorations
Sunday, January 12, The Baptism of the Lord
7:15 a.m. Josephine & Anton Mohar †
8:30 a.m. Rebecca Shellcross Lee †
10:00 a.m. Zena Garry †
11:30 a.m. Marcela & Roseo Guevarra (Sp.Int)
12:45 p.m. Parishioners
6:00 p.m. Mike Volz (Sp.Int.)
8:00 p.m. Arsenio Coloma†
Congratulations to another crew of volunteers
who worked so generously to decorate our
church for the Christmas season. We are
grateful also to those parishioners who made
donations for the cost of the flowers that we are
all enjoying.
Bible Study
St. Edward’ Thursday Evening Bible Study Group
will begin on Thursday, January 16, at 7:30 p.m. in
the school library a Ten-week study of ‘The Gospel
According to John’. All are welcome. No previous
bible experience is necessary. For more information
call Deacon Roger at 793-6284.
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Live the Word of God!
Saints and Special Observances
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
The Epiphany of the Lord;
National Migration Week
St. André Bessette
St. Raymond of Penyafort;
Julian Calendar Christmas
Readings For The Week
Today’s Readings
Monday:
1 Jn 3:22 - 4:6; Ps 2:7bc-8, 10-12a;
Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
Tuesday:
1 Jn 4:7-10; Ps 72:1-4, 7-8;
Mk 6:34-44
Wednesday: 1 Jn 4:11-18; Ps 72:1-2, 10, 12-13;
Mk 6:45-52
Thursday:
1 Jn 4:19 -5:4; Ps 72:1-2, 14, 15bc,
17; Lk 4:14-22a
Friday:
1 Jn 5:5-13; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20;
Lk 5:12-16
Saturday:
1 Jn 5:14-21; Ps 149:1-6a, 9b;
Jn 3:22-30
Sunday:
Is 42:1-4, 6-7; Ps 29:1-4, 3, 9-10;
Acts 10:34-38; Mt 3:13-17
First Reading — Rise up in splendor, Jerusalem! The
LORD shines upon you and the glory of the Lord
appears over you (Isaiah 60:1-6).
Psalm — Lord, every nation on earth will adore you
(Psalm 72).
Second Reading — The mystery has been made
known that the Gentiles are coheirs, copartners in the
promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel (Ephesians
3:2-3a, 5-6).
Gospel — Magi from the east arrived, saying, “Where
is the newborn king of the Jews?” (Matthew 2:1-12).
Friends & Fellowship
On January 12, The Spanish Prayer Group
will host the free hot meal for those in need
in our area in the parish hall. Thank you to
them and to all our parish groups who help
us in this good cause. Also thank you to
our Friends & Fellowship Committee.
**Our free hot meals are now the 2nd &
4th Sunday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m.
NEW! Post-Abortion Study Groups, Retreat
The Diocese of Oakland has three healing
opportunities just around the corner:
• Beginning January 28, 2014, the diocese and First Resort
will host an 8-week Spanish Post-Abortion Healing and Bible
Study group in Berkeley.
• Beginning January 29, 2014 the diocese and First Resort
will host an 8-week English Post-Abortion Healing and Bible
Study group in San Mateo.
• February 7-9, 2014, the diocese will be hosting the
Rachel's Vineyard weekend healing retreat in Santa Rosa
(see www.rachelsvineyard.org).
Rachelʼs Vineyard Retreats and Post-Abortion Healing
groups offer hope, help, and healing for the soul in a loving,
supportive environment, and result in life-changing
transformations. Confidential sign-ups for men, women, and
couples are happening now. Don't delay your healing and
renewal in Christ any longer! To register or find out more,
contact Christine at (415) 260-4406, or e-mail
[email protected]sort.net or go to www.afterthechoice.org to
download the flyers.
PLEASE VISIT OUR CYO WEBSITE:
http://www.stedwardcyo.org for all sports.
Registration for Co-ed Track & Field and Boys Sand
Volleyball will start in January, 2014. Practices start the
first week in February, 2014. We are looking for a Boys
Sand Volleyball Athletic Director and Coaches.
ILLNESS
They are as sick,
that surfeit with too much,
as they that starve with nothing.
—William Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice
Jan. 5 Sunday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
7:15 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Mass
10:00 a.m. Mass
11:30 a.m. Mass
12:45 p.m. Portuguese Mass
5:15 p.m. Evening Prayer
6:00 p.m. Mass
8:00 p.m. Mass
6 Monday
7 Tuesday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Confessions
700 p.m. Escuela Pastoral
(Spanish)
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
700 p.m. Escuela Pastoral
(Spanish)
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8 Wednesday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
8:30 a.m. Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Devotion
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Adult Faith
Formation Class
St. Edward Parish News
January 5, 2014
The Epiphany of the Lord
Mark Your Calendars!
January 25, 2014
Thank You!
Four hundred ten Newark children, their parents and
the Society of St. Vincent de Paul wishes to thank
St. Edward parishioners and friends for bringing the
Joy of Christmas to those in need through our Giving
Tree Project. What a blessing you have bestowed to
those who would otherwise not have a gift to open
on Christmas Day.
It is an awesome sight to witness the surprise and
joy of these children when your gifts were handed to
them. Thank you. May the blessings of this Holy
Season be with all of you...
Walk For Life-West Coast, San Francisco
Don’t be left out. Buy your ticket early, Bus ride cost $10
lunch/water not included. Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral at
9:30 a.m. Bus leaves St. Edward at 8:00 a.m.
For more information please contact either Barbara at
510-797-4033 or Susanna at 510-796-5787.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
We congratulate our newly married couple of
St. Edward Church:
Gustavo Alvarez & Maria Bermudez
God Bless you always
Our Wonderful Volunteers
Thank you to all our volunteers, especially the Altar
Society, Legion of Mary, and the Hispanic Prayer Group
who clean our church every week. We are grateful as well
for all our volunteers who help in so many different ways
through-out the year. God bless you for all you do for
Attention!
Faith Formation classes resume this week,
beginning Monday, January 6. Welcome back,
children!
your parish.
National Migration Week
January 5-11
With Grateful Hearts
Our Sambaing Gabi celebration 9 days before Christmas
were profoundly beautiful & prayerful. Thanks to all who
worked to make it so-our wonderful choirs, all our groups
who brought offertory gifts, the servers and our faithful
celebrant, Fr. Jeffrey Keyes, as well as all the people who
brought food for the bountiful breakfast that followed. We
rejoice in the spirit of unity and joy.
Please pray for just immigration laws.
We would like to thank all our advertisers who
support our bulletin. Please patronize them. Also
thanks to J.S. Paluch Company and their workers
who print our bulletins every week. God Bless you!
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!
MARY OF NAZARETH
Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, at 1:00 P.M.
Century 25 Theaters, Union City
32100 Union Landing Blvd.
$12 Tickets, buy ONLY at
St. Edward
5788 Thornton Ave,
Newark
Call the office at (510) 797-0241
Come ALL! Enjoy a great movie and help
St. Edward’s Music ministry raise funds!!
Jan.9 Thurs.
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
5:30 p.m. Ext. Form Mass
10 Friday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:45 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Confessions
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
11 Saturday
8:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Mass
4:15 p.m. Evening Prayer
5:00 p.m. Vigil Mass
7:00 p.m. Spanish Vigil Mass
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12 Sunday
6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
7:15 a.m. Mass
8:30 a.m. Mass
10:00 a.m. Mass
11:30 a.m. Mass
12:45 p.m. Portuguese Mass
5:15 p.m. Evening Prayer
6:00 p.m. Mass
8:00 p.m. Mass
Live Performance of:
Faustina
Please Pray For:
Oren Por Ellos:
Messenger of Divine Mercy
Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 8 p.m.
St. Anne Catholic Church
3223 Cabello St., Union City, CA
For Information call 510-695-9110
Tickets: $20 each
Children & Group Discounts Available
Suitable for ages 12 & up
Brought to you by: Flipside Network & Diocese of
Oakland Divine Mercy Ministry and Apostolate
www.divinemercyaolnadn.org or [email protected]
Proceeds benefit victims of
Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Spec. Johnny A. Caro
Justin Ryan Chairez
Sgt. Eric Revuelta
Sgt. Israel Revuelta
Sgt. Maj. Harry Elid Rivera
Lance Corporal Anthony Elid Rivera
Captain Zack Martin, in North Carolina
SSG. Ernie Paredes
Angelo David Jimenez
Lance Corporal Andrew Voropaeff, in Japan
Steven San Agustin, in Ft. Lewis, WA
Frank Villagomez, in Ft. Lewis, WA
Bryan Fischer, in Afghanistan
Capt. Matt & Jenny Nolte, in Germany
SSGT. Marcus Espinosa, in Fort Irwin, CA
Prt. Nicole Nestell
Corpswoman Arlene T. Alonzo, in Navy Baghdad
Ron Noah F. Buniag
Joseph L.G. Rios, in El Paso, Texas
Candice Weaver DeRamos
Pfc. Jason Brennan, in Afghanistan
SSG Cleophas Sebille, in Afghanistan
John Quenga, in South Dakota
Julian Torres, in Afghanistan
Sargent Raymond Watkinson, in San Diego
Msg. Jason Montgomery, in Fort Campbell, Kentucky
MSGT Camille Stamatokos, in North Dakota
TSGT Peter Stamatokos, in North Dakota
Brian Dimapan, in Texas
LCPL Patrick Johnson, in San Diego-Afghanistan
Marvin Calvo Terlaje
Tyler Talavera, in New Jersey
Samuel Potenti, Marine, in San Diego
Jonathan Shaack, Navy Persian Gulf
Mark Joseph M. Castillo, in Hawaii/Germany
SGT. Andrew Williams, U.S. Army in Afghanistan
SSgt. Liam Williams, USMC in Afghanistan
SPEC Robert Roque, Army Afghanistan
MA3 Jared Reis, Navy, San Diego
Joseph A. Silveira, U.S. Marine
Michael A. Padilla, Army Pakistan
What Is it to
Think With the Church?
Three DSPT Fellows will share their professional lay
Catholic perspective. February 1, 2014, 1:30pm,
2301 Vine Street, Berkeley. This event will be live
streamed.
For more info: www.dspt.edu/convocation.
Hospitality Sunday
January 12 & February 9
Please join us after the 7:15, 8:30, and
10:00 a.m. Masses. Free coffee and
donuts in the parish hall.
SCRIP
The school will be selling SCRIP after all of the
Masses these weekends:
Jan. 12, Feb. 9, and March 9
Please support our school and our tuition assistance
program for families in need.
RELIGIOUS LIFE
DISCERNMENT RETREAT
Jan. 10-12, 2014 (Fri. 6pm to Sun. 2pm) with the
Dominican Sisters of MSJ at Flintridge Sacred Heart
Priory in Southern CA. (For single, Catholic women
college-40) Looking for a sign? Maybe this is it? Is
God calling you to consider consecrated life as a
Dominican Sister of Mission San Jose?
RSVP BY MON. JAN. 6, 2014 AT [email protected] or 510-933-6335.
Free will offering appreciated.
Worldwide Marriage
Encounter Weekend
Pregnant?
Just had a baby?
Have kids under 5 years old and need extra
foods? Please call Alameda County WIC
at 510-595-6400.
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In today’s second reading it tells us
“Over all these virtues put on love”.
Does your marriage reflect the virtues
of a holy family? Let Worldwide Marriage Encounter help you to re-ignite
the vows you made on your wedding
day. Our next Worldwide Marriage
Encounter Weekend is on Feb 7 - 9 held in Pleasanton. Early registration is highly recommended.
For more information contact Ray & Roberta @
916.806.4601 or Joe & Sue @ 925.680.7767 now
or go to oaklandwwme.org
Iglesia de San Eduardo
Enero 5, 2014
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — ¡Levántate y brilla, Jerusalén! La
gloria del Señor amaneció sobre ti (Isaías 60:1-6).
Salmo — Que te adoren, Señor, todos los pueblos
(Salmo 72 [71]).
Segunda lectura — El misterio de que los gentiles son
coherederos, socios en la promesa en Jesucristo, se ha
dado a conocer a los hombres (Efesios 3:2-3a, 5-6).
Evangelio — Magos del oriente llegaron, diciendo:
“¿Dónde está el rey de los judíos que ha nacido?”
(Mateo 2:1-12).
Sustento de la Parroquia
Meta
$17,167
Diciembre 22
$14,315
Reducción del Déficits
$ 3,026
Las colectas de Diciembre 29 y Navidad no están
disponibles porque tuvimos que mandar los boletines en
avanzado por los días de fiesta.
Segunda Colecta
Ene. 5
Ene. 12
Ene. 19
Fondos Parroquiales
Retiro de los Misioneros de la Preciosa
Sangre
Seminario
Gracias por todo su apoyo!
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Domingo:
1 Jn 3:22 - 4:6; Sal 2:7bc-8, 10-12a;
Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
1 Jn 4:7-10; Sal 72 (71):1-4, 7-8;
Mc 6:34-44
1 Jn 4:11-18; Sal 72 (71):1-2, 10, 12-13;
Mc 6:45-52
1 Jn 4:19 - 5:4; Sal 72 (71):1-2, 14,
15bc, 17; Lc 4:14-22a
1 Jn 5:5-13; Sal 147:12-15, 19-20; Lc
5:12-16
1 Jn 5:14-21; Sal 149:1-6a, 9b;
Jn 3:22-30
Is 42:1-4, 6-7; Sal 29 (28):1-4, 3, 9-10;
Hch 10:34-38; Mt 3:13-17
Atención!
La oficina de Catecismo les desean un Feliz Año
Nuevo. Los niños regresan a clases el Lunes 6 de
Enero.
Nuestro Grupo de
Oración los invitan:
**Rosario Bíblico: Primer Martes del mes a
7 p.m. en la Capillita.
**Exposición del Santísimo: Tercer Martes del
mes a las 7 p.m. en la Iglesia.
La Epifania del Señor
Recen por los Enfermos
Pray for the Sick
Lynda Abelgas
Virginia Aguilera
Stephanie Aguilar
Gloria Aguirre
Mely Agustin
John Alejandres
Jean Allen
Fernando Almeda
Miguel Alvarez
Ramona Alvarez
David Arleano
Don Armstrong
William D. Armstrong
Diego Arteaga
Edgar Arredondo
Salome Arroyo
Seffie Avalos
Penny Bantug
Gabriela Barreto
Luis Barron
Javier Barron
Dom Barker
Lamberto Bautista
Paul Becerra
George Bettencourt
Kyong Blackmon
Fred Blackmon
Israel Butron Magaña
Rogelio Bueno
Julie Cattrell
Mariela A. Carcamo
Antonia Caballes
Victor Capaz
Juanito Capistrano
Ben Carbonell
Ramon Castellano
Javier Cervantes
Walter Clifford
Bella Changco
Cecilia Contreras
Ismael Corpuz
Judy Cruz
Jennie Cruz
Joseph Cruz
Timothy C. Cruz
Tony Changco
Irene Delucchi
Valente Dela Cruz
Christie Dela Cruz
Isais Dominguez
Rudy Dominguez
Craig Drysdale
Narcisa Estrelles
Juanita Estrellas
Maria Farsan
Emily Favis
Riza F. Felix
Rosa Ferdin
Maria T. Francisco
Helen Fernandez
Felicia Fernandez
Teresa Flores
Tessie Fojas
Maria Garcia
Francisco Garcia
Fe & Richard Garcia
Angeline Garcia
Tomas Garcia
Rodelo Garcia
John J. Garfield
Anthony Gonsalves
Alfredo Gonzalez
Pati Gonzalez
Harriet Green
Matt Grisom
Manda Grisom
Jose Gustavo
Martha Gilmore
Esther Gladys Grey
Rose Harper
Anthony Moses Hernandez
Zenaida G. Hernandez
Linda Hernandez
Marcos Herrera
Richard Hughes
Danny Ives
Buddy Igne
Clyde Igne
Kitty Imperial-Dizon
Ginger Jennings
Eduardo Jimenez
Ann Joly
Donald Jones
Madley Katarungan
Nancy Keil
Rich King
Roberto Lara
Jorge Lara
David Law
June Lesire
Laura Looker
Jose Loza
Thersita Lum
Gerard V. Limtiaco
Dot Louie
Jacob Lorenzo
Jru Lorenzo
Maria Magaña
Carmen Martinez
Feliciano Martinez
Martin Martinez
Julie Malaspina
Michael McDonnell
Arthur Means
Angel Miague
Julie Miller
Ashley Miller
Ricardo Mitchel
Elisa C. Madero
Adriana Montero
Juan C. Muñoz G.
Rosa Nava
Arcadia Nava
Marcus Nettz
Helen B. Nguyen
Barbara Nickolson
Larry Noda
David Oger
Jonathan Ojeda
Laura Ojeda
Percival Olarte
Virginia Olivera
Manuel Obregon
Alberto Orozco
Jose Ortiz
Edna Pacheco
Hildegardo Perreras
Paciencia Perreras
Ricardo Padilla
Ofelia Pascual
Jeanne Perry
John Pinckney
Kathy Pinckney
Franklin Wayne Quon
Ulises Solano Perez
Rafael Prieto
Phillip Poma
Mathew Putnam
Liza Quisisem
Jeanne Ramirez
Reynaldo Ramos
Helen Rauch
Paul Reddon
Dolores Renteria
Lolita Reyes
Rose Rivera
Carlos Robles, Sr.
Teresa Romero
Maria Rubio
Amelia Rubio
Gildardo Ruiz
Marcial Sandoval
Braulia E.Sanchez
Anabel Santana
Jose M. Santana
Connie Sardeina
Abel Santana
Soledad Sedayao
Julieta Simas
Manuel Simas
Maria A. Simas
Anrico Soriano
Gil Smith
Claudia Soto
Vanessa Soto
Earl J. Stump
Tessi Stump
Norma Santos
Serina Saldivar
Connie Sardinha
Allyn Silva
Francesca Starnes
Alicia Stein
Anita Tampos
Brian Taylor
Hector Tena
Emma Tondag
Julian Torres
Andrea Umipig
Martha Vasquez F.
Delfia Villaflor
Mike Volz
Virginia Wiebe
Margaret West
Julio Worrell
Si usted gusta agregar o quitar un nombre a nuestra lista,
por favor llame la oficina al 797-0241. Please call the parish
7 office at 797-0241 if you want to add or delete any names.
LA EPIFANÍA
Les recordamos que los libritos de
las lecturas del mes de Enero “La
Palabra Entre Nosotros” están
disponibles en la Rectoría.
¡Alégrense todos en este día! Pues celebramos la Epifanía y preguntándome que le llevaría miré a Jesús en
los brazos de María. —Israel-Jesús Martínez
Nuestros Grandiosos
Voluntarios
Todos son Bienvenidos!
Se invita a toda persona que está pasando por muchos
problemas, están solos, o toda persona indigente que no
tiene un hogar y nada que comer. Los próximos
Domingos son las siguientes Comidas: Enero 12 y 26
La Convivencia y Cena es en el salón parroquial de 1-3
p.m. También tienen corte de pelo gratis. El
Domingo, 12 de Enero, El Grupo de Oración
Jesús María y José van a preparar la Cena.
Gracias a ellos y a todos nuestros grupos
que nos ayudan con esta causa tan buena.
También agradecemos a la mesa directiva
por apoyar y dirigir este evento tan
caritativo. Que Dios los bendiga a todos.
Gracias a todos nuestros voluntarios, especialmente
al equipo de la Sociedad de el Altar, la Legión de
María, y el grupo de Oración, quien limpian nuestra
Iglesia cada semana. También le damos gracias a
todos nuestros voluntarios quien nos ayudan en
muchas otras cosas durante todo el año. Que Dios
Nuestro Señor y la Virgen Santísima los colme de
bendiciones por toda su ayuda a su parroquia.
Sacramento de Matrimonio
Esperanza y Sanación después de
aborto SIENTA LA SANACIÓN
Felicitamos a la nueva pareja de matrimonio de
nuestra parroquia de San Eduardo:
Si usted o alguien a quién usted ama está sufriendo tras
el aborto, la esperanza y la sanación están al alcance a
través de un grupo de sanación pos-aborto de 8 semanas
que está basado en las Sagradas Escrituras. Este grupo
es ofrecido por la Diócesis de Oakland y First Resort, es
sostenido en un ambiente de cariño, y causa un cambio
de vida y transformación. El grupo ofrece la sanación
emocional y espiritual para los hombres y las mujeres de
habla hispana y comenzará el 28 de enero, 2014 en
Berkeley a cerca de la Iglesia San José Obrero (1640
Addison St.). Para el grupo de sanación pos-aborto en
español, favor de contactar a Gloria Maldonado, al
número (510) 384-6875 o por domicilio electrónico:
[email protected] Todo es
completamente confidencial y gratis.
Gustavo Álvarez & María Bermúdez
Que Dios los bendiga siempre!
ENFERMEDAD
Están igual de enfermos
los que se hartan de la abundancia,
como los que pasan hambre por no
tener nada.
—William Shakespeare, El Mercader de Venecia
Semana Nacional
de Migración
Enero 5-11
CAMINATA por la VIDA
Recemos por una ley justa de Inmigración.
Porque las Mujeres merecen algo mejor que el aborto.
Marque sus calendarios el Sábado 25 de enero, un
autobús va a salir de San Eduardo a San Francisco a las
8 a.m. y vamos asistir a la Misa de 9:30 a.m. en la
Catedral de St. Mary. La camínate empieza en la Plaza
del Centro Cívico y finaliza en Justin Herman Plaza son
2 millas. Para mas información y para boletos del
camión, llame a Barbará al 797-4033 o Susanna al
796-5787. Los boletos son a $10 y NO incluye lonche.
Jóvenes Para Cristo
Te invita a ti Joven/Adulto, a nuestro grupo todos los
Viernes en el salón de nuestra Parroquia de San
Eduardo a las 7 p.m. Todos son bienvenidos.
Retiro de Iniciación
Jóvenes Para Cristo
Rosario
Febrero 28-Marzo 2 del 2014
Para mas información llamar a Omar al 310-710-3346 o
pasar por una aplicación a la oficina parroquial.
El Grupo de la Legión de María, Madre de Cristo en
Español les hacen una cordial invitación a toda su familia
al Rosario de cada mes el Viernes, 10 de Enero en la
Iglesia de San Eduardo a las 7:00 p.m. Por favor anoten
en sus calendarios.
Necesitas Ayuda?
Embarazada? Acaba de tener bebe? Tiene hijos
menores de 5 años y necesita ayuda extra para
comprar comida? Por favor llame al Condado de
Alameda WIC al 510-595-6400.
Confesiones en Español
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Todos los Jueves a las 8:30 a.m.
Primer Viernes a las 4:30 p.m.
Primer y Tercer Lunes, 7:30 p.m.
Igreja de Santo Eduardo
5 de Janeiro, 2014
Missa Do Epifania Do Senhor
BOLETIM PORTUGUÊS
MISSA DO EPIFANIA DO SENHOR
Comentário: Caminhamos à tua luz! Celebramos a festa
da Epifania: este vocábulo grego significa "manifestação".
Exemplo de uma manifestação é quando se faz um evento
que chegue ao conhecimento do maior número de pessoas
possível; pode ser uma manifestação de protesto, de
solidariedade, ou mesmo uma representação teatral. No que
diz respeito a festa que a Igreja hoje celebra, estamos diante
de uma manifestação de Deus. É a festa na qual Deus se
manifesta a todos os povos. Ele quebra o vínculo com o
povo de Israel para estendê-lo a toda a humanidade. A
manifestação de Deus em Jesus não é destinada a um
grupo restrito de pessoas, mas inclui todo o mundo como
mostra o texto evangélico.
Nele, aparecem três grupos de pessoas e sua relação com o
recém-nascido em Belém: os magos, Herodes e os doutores
da Lei e os escribas. O termo "mago" é muito vago, mas de
certo modo, refere-se aos espertos na observação dos
astros, aos astrólogos. Tinham conhecimento da espera
messiânica pelos judeus e tendo recebido uma indicação do
nascimento do Messias, põem-se a caminho. Conhecem a
direção, mas não sabem exatamente o que os espera. Estão
a caminho. Vêm do Oriente e enfrentam todos os incômodos
de uma viagem cansativa até Belém em busca do Messias
que nasceu. Representam todos os pagãos, chamados a
crer em Cristo. Representam todos nós. Representam a
caminhada de todos os povos, anunciada pelo profeta Isaías
na I leitura: "os povos caminham à tua luz e os reis ao clarão
de tua aurora" (Is 60,1-6). A viagem dos magos é imagem
do caminho de fé e de esperança que o homem de cada
tempo realiza até Deus. A fé é sempre uma busca. Aquele
que crê está sempre a caminho.
Chegando em Jerusalém, são enviados a um outro lugar.
Agora, sabem com mais precisão onde podem encontrar o
rei. De fato, os escribas são espertos na Sagrada Escritura e
dela deduzem o lugar de nascimento do Messias, Belém
da Judeia: "E tu, Belém, terra de Judá, de modo algum és a
menor entre as principais cidades de Judá, porque de ti
sairá um chefe que vai ser o pastor de Israel, o meu povo".
Os magos, que são pagãos, perseveram na busca do rei,
pondo-se de novo a caminho.
Por sua vez, os escribas para quem nasceu o rei, mostramse indiferentes. Assim, o texto bíblico apresenta um grande
contraste: os de fora (magos) buscam e encontram o
Salvador e os de dentro (Herodes e os habitantes de
Jerusalém) ficam indiferentes, rejeitam, têm medo. Herodes
que defendia seu reino com violência e era odiado pelos
judeus porque favorecia o império romano, agora, sente-se
incomodado pela notícia do nascimento do rei dos judeus.
Ele queria matar o menino, como demonstra a matança dos
inocentes. Herodes significa todos aqueles que são tão
apegados aos próprios interesses que não deixam nenhum
espaço para este menino; consideram a este importuno e
ameaçador.
Finalmente, a luz guia os magos até o menino; essa luz é
símbolo de Cristo, luz do mundo. Ele nos chama a si através
de uma grande variedade de sinais e indicadores luminosos,
como a Palavra de Deus. Os magos veem o menino, dão-se
conta que Ele não apresenta nenhum poder externo,
nenhum esplendor; mas mediante a fé, O reconhecem como
Rei, Senhor e Pastor da humanidade. Seus presentes
também são uma forma de reconhecimento: ouro, incenso e
mirra. Ouro destinado aos reis, incenso destinado a Deus e
mirra, planta medicinal de onde se extrai uma resina, que
misturada a óleos, era usada como óleo curativo, cosmético
e unções religiosas: Jesus é o Messias, o Cristo, o Ungido.
Os magos do Oriente não eram nem reis, nem três, nem se
chamavam Gaspar, Melquior e Baltasar como apresenta a
tradição popular. Isto não corresponde ao texto bíblico.
Porém, esta tradição corresponde ao espírito do Evangelho.
São representados por um jovem, um adulto e um ancião;
um asiático, um europeu e um africano (o mundo de então,
já que as Américas e a Oceania não tinham sido
"descobertas".). Tudo isto para significar que todas as
idades e todas as pessoas caminham em direção a esta
estrela que é Cristo, luz do mundo.Jesus veio para todos
nós: para os jovens e os idosos, para os sábios e os
simples, para as pessoas de qualquer cor e de qualquer
forma de vida, a fim de mostrar-nos Deus como Nosso Pai e
ser uma Luz para a nossa vida. Como magos, não devemos
deixar nos desviar do caminho que é Jesus, e sim sermos
guiados por Deus, até atingirmos a meta. Podemos estar
longe ou podemos estar perto, mas que estejamos a
caminho! - Dom Henrique Soares de Costa
MINISTERIOS PARA A
MISSA DOMINGO
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CELEBRANTE:
Pe Antonio Reis
HOSPITALIDADE:
Maria Simas e Antonio Borba
MESTRE DE CERIMONIAS: Daniel Silva
MUSICA:
Maria Clementina, Jose Carreiro,
e João Silveira
CANTICOS:
Antonio Sousa, Isabel Reis, Rita
Fonte, Magarida Filipe, Lucia
Valdão, Filomena Vieira, e Lucia
Martins
LEITORES:
1a. leitura:
Helena Silva
Salmo:
Helena Silva
2a.
Nascimento Ferreira
CORPO DE CRISTO: Celebrante e Maria Dutra
ORAÇÃO DOS FIEIS: Beatriz Bulcão
SANGUE DE CRISTO: Jose Alvarino e Fatima Rosa
USHERS:
Manuel Bulcão e Membros da
nossa comunidade.
INTENCAO DA MISSA:
ANUNCIOS:
Isabel Reis
BOLETIM:
Paul Moreira
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Mary, Virgin and Mother,
you who, moved by the Holy Spirit,
welcomed the word of life
in the depths of your humble faith:
as you gave yourself completely to the Eternal One,
help us to say our own “yes”
to the urgent call, as pressing as ever,
to proclaim the good news of Jesus.
Filled with Christ’s presence,
you brought joy to John the Baptist,
making him exult in the womb of his mother.
Brimming over with joy,
you sang of the great things done by God.
Standing at the foot of the cross
with unyielding faith,
you received the joyful comfort of the resurrection,
and joined the disciples in awaiting the Spirit
so that the evangelizing Church might be born.
Obtain for us now a new ardour born of the resurrection,
that we may bring to all the Gospel of life
which triumphs over death.
Give us a holy courage to seek new paths,
that the gift of unfading beauty
may reach every man and woman.
Virgin of listening and contemplation,
Mother of love, Bride of the eternal wedding feast,
pray for the Church, whose pure icon you are,
that she may never be closed in on herself
or lose her passion for establishing God’s kingdom.
Star of the new evangelization,
help us to bear radiant witness to communion,
service, ardent and generous faith,
justice and love of the poor,
that the joy of the Gospel
may reach to the ends of the earth,
illuminating even the fringes of our world.
Mother of the living Gospel,
wellspring of happiness for God’s little ones,
pray for us.
Amen. Alleluia!
Pope Francis
Evangelium Gaudium