Heart to Hand - Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral

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Heart to Hand - Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral
Saint Thomas
Aquinas
7 September 2014
Cathedral
310 West 2 nd St
Re n o NV 8 9 5 0 3
775/ 329-2571
Heart to Hand
Recently, a local physician
and his wife, in order to offer
thanks for the blessings they
themselves have received,
founded a Nevada non-profit
called Heart to Hand. Their
intention is to offer health
care at the most minimal cost
to persons without coverage.
Heart to Hand is already
offering medical consultation
to the homeless who make
use of other services at Saint
Vincent’s. Nonetheless, this
spring they asked me if we
would be willing to host a
Heart to Hand clinic here at
the Cathedral. Offering a
clinic at the Cathedral targets
an entirely different demographic than CCNN and
intends to provide families
and working or unemployed
adults without adequate
health care coverage an
opportunity for some
assistance in that regard.
We’re planning the first of
these clinics for Saturday,
September 13 from 9:00 AM
to 12:00 noon. We’ll have a
section of Righini Hall set up
for consultation.
Heart to Hand is administered by Bethany Weber;
her husband, Dr Shaheen Ali
MD, a local internist, is the
consulting physician. In his
professional practice, Dr Ali
treats diabetes, hypertension,
high cholesterol, sinus infections, coughs, urinary tract
infections, acid reflux,and, of
course, obesity, which usually
impacts all of the aforementioned problems. Both Heart
to Hand and the Cathedral
require participants to sign a
liability waiver.
Heart to Hand es una clínica
que se ofrece acá a la
catedral el 13 de septiembre
para personas de la parroquia
que no tienen seguro. A
continuación se muestra una
lista de las condiciones con
las cuales la clínica Heart to
Hand puede ayudar, si los
pacientes tienen ya una edad
de doce años en arriba: la
diabetes, la hiper-tensión, el
colesterol alto, las infecciones
simples como sinusitis e
infecciones de cabeza, la tos,
las infecciones del tracto
urinario, el reflujo ácido, y
por supuesto la obesidad, que
por lo general, abarca todos
los problemas anteriormente
mencionados. Para niños de
cuatro años en arriba también
pueden tratar la sinusitis.
+ Pax vobis et bonum,
Fr Francisco Nahoe OFM Conv
Budget News
Date
August 31
September 7
September 14
September 21
September 28
st
1 Collection
$7,931
$
$
$
$
nd
2 Collection
-
2nd Collection To Benefit
No 2nd collection
Payment to Loan
Refugees in Syria, Gaza & Iraq
Seminarian Education
No 2nd collection
THE FIRST DAY OF RELIGIOUS ED CLASSES IS FAST APPROACHING
Confirmation & Continuing Education for 7th & 8th graders classes will begin on
Tues, September 9th from 5:15-7:00PM.
First Holy Communion, Kindergarten & Continuing Education for children 12 &
under will begin on Saturday, September 13th from 8:30-10:30AM.
THERE WILL BE A PARENT’S MEETING ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.
PLEASE MAKE SURE AT LEAST ONE PARENT ATTENDS.
THE FRIAR’S PANTRY
We’re in need of many vital staples: Spam, chili, Ravioli, Spaghetti-O’s, Soups, Sloppy Joe
Mix, Beans & Franks, cans of fruit, Hamburger & Tuna Helpers, Peanut Butter, jelly/jam,
boxed and dry milk, personal care items. Please bring in your non-perishable donations to
the Sacristy or to the Bookstore. Thank you for your constant generosity.
CATHOLIC PROFESSIONALS
Thursday, September 11th from 7:00-8:30AM at the Silver Legacy Casino. Join us to welcome Jesse
Romero, Catholic author, radio host, & founder of On Fire Evangelization. For additional information/reservations: CatholicProfessionals.org. Clergy & religious are free!
MINISTRY OF MOTHERS—MOMs
(MOMs) invites all mothers to come & see what we are about. The purpose of MOMs is to educate
women about the Catholic faith, particularly concerning their primary vocation as wives & mothers,
& to assist them through mutual support in cultivating a deeper spirituality. MOMs is open to all
mothers from all parishes. We meet from 9:30-11:30AM on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the
month, at Immaculate Conception Parish in Sparks. If you are interested in being a guest or would
like more information, please contact Molly Blum 775-343-2874 or [email protected]
MARRIED COUPLES
It has been said the greatest gift you can give your children is two parents very much in
love with each other. If you would like to enrich the communication in your marriage, consider attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend.
Early registration is highly recommended. The next weekend in Reno-October 10-12. For more
information: www.sacramentowwme.org or contact John & Angelica Angarita at 866-825-2046 or
[email protected]
C A T H E D R A L
MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday, September 6
7:30 AM † LaRee Carmella
5:00 PM Cindy Buchanan
Sunday, September 7—XXIII Ordinary Sunday
7:30 AM Daniel Magee & Family
9:30 AM End to abortion
† Ernest David Vargas
11:30AM Parishioners, especially the Grady Family
5:00 PM † Dale Ghilieri
7:00 PM Samantha Inurriaga-Birthday
Monday, Sept 8—Nativit of the Blessed Virgin Mary
7:00 AM † Issac Jackson
12:10 PM † Cesar Garcia
Tuesday, September 9—Saint Peter Clever
7:00 AM Gerald Herbst
12:10 PM † Arlene Freitas
Wednesday, September 10—Weekday
7:00 AM † Muriel McCarthy
12:10 PM Greg Taylor
Thursday, September 11—Weekday
7:00 AM † LaRee Caramella
12:10 PM The Poirier Family
Friday, September 12—Weekday
7:00 AM † Allen Newton, Jr
12:10 PM † Dr. George F. Magee
Saturday, September 13—
7:30 AM † Teresita Reithel
5:00 PM † LaRee Caramella
Readings for the Week
Mon:
Tues:
Wed:
Thurs:
Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
Mi 5:1-4a; Rom 8:28-30; Ps13:6; Mt 1:1-16, 18-23
1 Cor 6:1-11; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Lk 6:12-19
1 Cor 7:25-31; Ps 45:11-12, 14-17; Lk 6:20-26
1 Cor 8:1b-7, 11-13; Ps 139:1b-3, 13-14ab, 23-24;
Lk 6:27-38
1 Cor 9:16-19, 22b-27; Ps 84:3-6, 12; Lk 6:39-42
1 Cor 10:14-22; Ps 116:12-13, 17-18; Lk 6:43-49
Nm21:4b-9; Ps78:1-2, 34-38; Phil2:6-11; Jn3:13-17
U P D A T E
SEPTEMBER
Tuesday, September 9,
5:15 PM Confirmation & 7th & 8th Grade and
Continuing Education Classes
6:30 PM RCIA
Wednesday, 10, 17,24
6:30 PM Grupo de Oración Carismático
Thursday, 11, 18, 25
3:00 PM Divine Chaplet of Mercy
5:30 PM Vespers / Confessions
6:30 PM Benediction
Saturday, September 13
8:30 AM First Holy Communion Classes
Saturday, September 20
6:00 PM Parish Picnic Pot luck
WHY DOES THE FREE EXERCISE OF
RELIGION MATTER TO NEVADANS?
Nevada Religious Freedom Conference
Friday, 19 September 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
University of Nevada, Joe Crowley Student Union
Theatre-1664 N Virginia Street
Libertas NV, in collaboration with Nevada Students for Life & the Alliance Defending Freedom,
presents the First Annual NV Religious Freedom
Conference in order to answer this pressing
question & to address a range of issues impacting religious & civil liberties for Catholics and for
everyone. Bishop Randolph R Calvo, will inaugurate the conference with prayer & blessing.
PARISH PICNIC
POT LUCK
SEPTEMBER 20TH
after the 5:00PM Mass.
The Knights of Columbus will provide
hotdogs & burgers, please bring your
favorite dish to share!
FROM THE DESK OF DEACON RICHARD
Remember CSA * Our Lord needs your help* Remember CSA
STAIN GLASS WINDOW
The large stained window by the elevator
has been dark since the Renovation.
There have been some major
improvements in lighting this past year.
We are trying to add light to this window
so it can be viewed during certain times.
The lighting you see now is temporary just
to test different lighting fixtures capability.
As we progress I will keep you informed.
THE ANSWER IS:
God's gift to us is Forgiveness
Theme logo of the Diocesan Synod
The logo depicts disciples, the Church on
the road, on the move, on a journey. We
walk together on that journey, with the
mountains in the background symbolizing
northern Nevada. The Holy Spirit both
accompanies us and leads us on our
journey.
FROM THE SENIOR MINISTRY
It is our primary goal to assist the
senior community by an association
with a group of caring, dedicated and
determined volunteers. Our mandate is
to Educate, Keep Seniors Active, and
Involved and to be a source of
information for the many local, state
and federal programs available at little
or no expense. Samples of our current
activities include: “Lunch and Learn”
programs, Monthly Newsletter,
Learning New Technologies, Guidance
on Comfort and Aging in place, Free
Groceries (as appropriate), Weekly
Phone Calls to visit and check on a
member’s physical, mental and spiritual
health, Recreation Activities,
Assistance with Utility Bills (Per Health
& Human Services Guidelines), plus a
Christmas Celebration. Our programs
are funded by the receipts generated
from The Little Thrift Shop at 94 E.
Glendale, in Sparks plus donations
from caring individuals. It is important
to note that the Senior Ministry is an
unpaid legion of volunteers who donate
their time, energy and occasionally
their own funds to help.
There are NO paid volunteers.
Reno Diocesan Synod–December 3-5, 2015.
JOK
An old man went to the Doctor complaining that his wife could barely hear. The Doctor suggested
a test to find out the extent of the problem.
“Stand far behind her and ask her a question, and then slowly move up and see how far away you are when she first
responds.”
The old man excited to finally be working on a solution for the problem, runs home and sees his wife preparing
supper. ” Honey” the man asks standing around 20 feet away “what’s for supper?” After receiving no response he
tried it again 15 feet away, and again no response. Then again at 10 feet away and again no response. Finally he
was 5 feet away “honey what’s for supper?” She replies “For the fourth time it’s lasagna!”
Entrada
Yo canto amor porque Tú eres amo, yo canto paz porque Tú eres la paz. (2)
Canto con todos los pueblos, Señor, con los que esperan de ti redención;
canto con todos los que sufren, con todos los que ríen, con todos los que buscan amor; canto,
Señor con la confianza que vive en la esperanza, del día que vendrás a salvar.
Canto con todos los pobres, Señor, los que llamaste a tu mundo mejor; canto con todos los que lloran,
con los que nada tienen, los que solo Tú puedes saciar; canto,
Señor, con la confianza que vive en la esperanza del día que vendrás a salvar.
Salmo
Ojala escuchen hoy su voz: “no endurezcan su Corazón”.
Ofertorio
Gracias, quiero darte, por amarme; gracias, quiero darte, yo a ti, Señor;
hoy soy feliz porque te conocí, gracias, por amarme a mí también.
Yo quiero ser, Señor amado, como el barro en manos del alfarero;
toma mi vida, hazla de nuevo yo quiero ser un vaso nuevo.
Te conocí y te amé, te pedí perdón y me escuchaste;
si te ofendí, perdóname, Señor, pues te amo y nunca te olvidaré.
Comunión
Como por las fuentes de agua, el ciervo sediento brama, así por verte Dios mío, mi alma sedienta clama.
Cuando veré tu rostro, Señor, de frente, de frente; cuando estarás presente ante mí, por siempre, por siempre.
Mis lágrimas fueron pan de cada noche y de día, mientras todos me decían: "dime donde está tu Dios"
y recuerdo cuando iba con el pueblo en procesión, con canciones alabanzas a casa de mi Señor.
¿Porqué estás triste alma mía? ¿Porqué te turbas así? Espera en Dios y confía, tu nostalgia tendrá fin.
Y en mi mente te recuerdo desde el Jordán y el Hermón, y desde el pequeño monte, porque tu eres mi creador.
Final
Tu palabra me da vida, confío en ti Señor; tu palabra es eterna, en ella esperaré.
Dichoso el que con vida intachable, camina en la ley del Señor;
dichoso el que guardando sus preceptos, lo busca de todo corazón.
Postrada en el polvo está mi alma, devuélveme la vida tu palabra;
mi alma está llena de tristeza, consuélame Señor con tus promesas.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
EDUCACION RELIGIOSA
Las clases de Confirmación y Educación Continua para los grados 7 y 8 comenzarán el Martes 9 de Septiembre de 5:15-7:00PM.
Las clases de Primera Comunión, Kínder y Educación Continua para los niños de
12 años o menos comenzaran el Sábado, 13 de Septiembre de las 8:30-10:30AM.
HABRA UNA JUNTA PARA LOS PADRES DE FAMILIA EL PRIMER DÍA DE CLASES.
POR FAVOR ASEGURESE QUE POR LO MENOS UNO DE LOS PADRES ASISTA.
SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS CATHEDRAL
310 WEST 2ND STREET, RENO, NV 89503 –
Most Rev R andolph R Calvo JCD DD, Bishop of Reno
Parish Office Business Hours
Monday: 1:30—4:00 PM
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday:
8:30-Noon & 1:30-4:00 PM
Friday: 8:30-Noon
OFFICE 775/329- 2571
STAFF:
Friar Francisco Nahoe OFM Conv, Rector
Friar Paul Fazio OFM Conv, Parochial Vicar
Friar Thomas Hamilton OFM Conv , Franciscan
community
Robert Dangel, Joseph Bell, Deacons
FAX 775/329- 2824
BOOKSTORE 775/329- 3011
Rocío Grady-Parish Secretary 100
Deacon Richard Ramm-Administrator for Temporalities 127
Jack-Bookstore Mgr 112
Diane 107 ° Mary Ann 108-Bookkeepers
WEB stacathedral.com; E-MAIL [email protected]
renocatholicnetwork.com for homilies, Bible study & catechetics.
S UNDAY M ASS
W EEKDAY M ASS
C ONFESSION
M ATRIMONY
B APTISM
A NOINTING
DIVINE MERCY
B ENEDICTION
FRIAR’S PANTRY
Saturday 5:00PM, Sunday7:30AM, 9:30AM, 11:30AM, 5:00PM &
7:00PM (Misa en español)
7:00AM & 12:10PM (Monday-Friday); 7:30AM (Saturday)
Saturday 3:00PM; & Thursday 5:45PM
Contact Parish Office.
Contact Parish Office. Parents must be active, registered
parishioners for at least six months prior to setting date.
Contact Parish Office
Thursday 3:00PM
Thursday 6:30PM
Located at 434 Washington Street, Suite D, Reno. 329-2571 Ext. 111.
Distribution on: 3rd Friday & 3rd & 4th Saturday of the month from 11AM-1PM.
Donations may be delivered to the Gift Shop, Sacristy or Parish Office.
Let us pray for…/Oremos por…
US servicemen & women, & Caruso Family, Eric Knight, Jovita Mendoza, Chris Janoski, Alexus Chacon,
Gloria, Flor & Nica Mendoza, Margie Herdon, Tovi Hilbish, Cindy Volk, Gregoria & Armando Zumaya,
Anne Marie Breese, George Glaesman, Ana Farfan, Mary Beaubriand, Joe Miner, Mina Dibitonto, Martin
Chagolla, Margarita Aguirre, Douglas Todd, Janet Fleming, Blanca Gonzalez, Ben Koepsell, Jorge Campos,
Michelle Thompson, Dora Steiner, Ana Maria Chaidez, Josh Floyd, Jesus Alvarez-Rodriguez, Vinny Cecere,
James Czeck, Ann Dvorak, Mike Edmond, Jack Murphy, Patch Wolfe, Dawn Harris, Antonia Ibarra, Dennis
Gribbin, Sayra Gutierrez, Louie & Vangie Elordieta, Nikos Theologitis, Margaret Marshall, Terri Alff, Juan &
Guadalupe Cabrales, Monet Rodriguez, Abigail Ledezma, Steven Vogel, Shari Ann Burton, Martin
Brandtner, Aaron Spangenthal, Anna Buchanan, Dawn Hanson, Rick Slaughter, Fr Chris Dietz OFM Conv,
Nancy & Carl Came, Ryan McGrail, Barbara Crose, Kenneth Dean, Heidi Gibson, Harlyne & Bob Caruso,
Steve Tucker, Tim Bauer, Jack Crawford, Linda Kelley, Lawrence Reeder, Sarah & Clare & Monica Munns,
Kristen Monibi, Maureen Flynn.
†Nancy Came

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