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1 ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD CATHOLIC CHURCH 3910 Spring Avenue SW, Decatur, AL Main: Fax: Emergency: Web: June 24, 2018 Nativity of John the Baptist MASS SCHEDULE / HORARIO DE MISA Saturday/Sábado: Sunday/Domingo: Monday/Lunes: Tuesday/Martes: Wednesday/Miércoles: Thursday/Jueves: Friday/Viernes: First Friday/Primer Viernes: 5:00 PM (English) 8:30 AM, 11:00 AM (English) 1:30 PM, 6:30 PM (en español) 6:00 PM (English) 6:30 PM (en español) 12:30 PM (en español) 6:00 PM (English) 10:00 AM (English) 10:00 AM (English) 7:00 PM (bi-lingual)

2 Annunciation of the Lord Parish Office Father Ray Remke, Pastor; Ext. 101 NEXT SUNDAY S SCRIPTURE READINGS Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Wisdom 1:13-15; 2:23-24 Psalm 30:2, 4-6, Corinthians 8:7, 9, Mark 5:21-43 Father Wyman Vintson, Associate Pastor Hispanic Ministry Ext. 131 Javier Ramirez, Deacon c: Dennis Kobs, Deacon h: Patrick Lappert, Deacon h: Sister Teresa Walsh, Pastoral Associate Ext: 107 h: Jan Gile, DRE Ext: 108 h: Connie Schartung, Youth Minister Ext: 148 h: Debbie Bailie, Music Director Donna Akers, Organist Arvel Childers, Facilities Manager Ext: 109 Anne Palmer, Secretary Ext: 101 Joan Mustain, Financial Manager Ext: 121 Jenny Brown, Financial Assistant Ext: 103 Alma Uriostegui, Custodian Kris Staudt, Wedding Coordinator Read: EM HM AS Sac Music Read: EM HM AS Sac Music Read EM Office Hours: M F 8:00 AM 4:00 PM BAPTISM For families who already attended the Pre-baptismal Class, call the Church Office to set a date for the baptism of your child. MARRIAGE Arrangements must be made 6 months in advance. Call Parish Office. RECONCILIATION Saturdays 3:30-4:30 PM or by appointment Tuesdays 7:15-8:30 (Spanish or English) ANOINTING OF THE SICK OR SICK CALLS To schedule, please call the Parish Office including if a family member is in the hospital. FUNERALS Please contact the Parish Office before making funeral home arrangements. RCIA Sundays, 9:30-10:50 AM September - May HM AS Sac Music 6/30/2018 5:00 PM L1 Rosie Catanach L2??? H1 H2 Deacon Dennis H3 Fr. Ray H4 C1 Jan Gile C2 C3 Teresa Edwards C4 Bob Catanach C5 C6 Anne Werling 1 Tom DiGiulian 2 TJ Finley 3 Art Mays 4 Bill Koval ϯ Hope Harrell A1 Lauren G. Acupan A2 Nyah Lang S Richard Vernetti Julia Davenport 7/1/2018 8:30 AM L1 Elizabeth Hutchings L2 Therese Harrison H1 H2 Deacon Dennis H3 Fr. Ray H4 C1 Kay Woods C2 C3 Laura Adamsky C4 Frank Adamsky C5 C6 Lou Sciaroni 1 Arvel Childers 2 Jim Pence 3 Steve Bridgford 4 Robert Cunningham ϯ Bailey Elder A1 Peyton Elder A2 Johncarlo Ortiz S Pat Shaffer Doug M., Kris S., Donna R., Ben M. 7/1/ :00 AM L1 Jean Paradise L2 Dan Doud H1 H2 Deacon Dennis H3 Fr. Ray H4 C1 Liz Doud C2 C3 Marynell Morris C4 Marsha King C5 C6 Maura Trainor 1 Bob McKenzie 2 Pedro Carulo 3 Errol Rayl 4??? ϯ Adrian Cortes A1 Valerie Velazquez A2 Wesley Irish S Judy Angel Margarita de Quesada, Larry Littleton For those in need of food or financial help Society of St. Vincent de Paul answers calls to on Wednesdays from 10 am to 12 noon. Emergency Food Pantry Thursdays from AM

3 Calendar of Events Sunday June 24, :30 am Mass (Church) 9:30 am Fr. Ray Farewell Reception (Gathering Space) 11:00 am Mass (Church) noon Fr. Ray Farewell Reception (Gathering Space) 1:30 pm Misa en español (iglesia) 2:30 pm Fr. Ray Farewell Reception (Gathering Space) 2:30 pm Pláticas Pre- Bautismales (salas A, B, & C) 4:00 pm Rosary (Church) 6:30 pm Misa en español (iglesia) 7:30 pm Fr. Ray Farewell Reception (Gathering Space) Monday June 25, 2018 Noon Adoration Begins 6:00 pm Mass (Church) 7:00 pm Escuela Biblica de Formacion en la Fe (sala C) 7:00 pm Scout Meeting (Cafeteria) Tuesday June 26, 2018 Noon Adoration Ends 6:30 pm Mass (iglesia) Wednesday June 27, :30 pm Misa (iglesia) 4:30 pm St. Vincent de Paul (Fatima Room) 6:00 pm Mass (Church) 7:00 pm Misioneros Guadalupanos (Fatima Room) 7:00 pm Neocatechumenal Liturgy of the Word (Emmaus Room) Thursday June 28, :00 am Mass (Church) 10:00 am SVdP Food Distribution (Youth Hall) 6:00 pm Taller de Oracion Y Vida (Room A) 7:00 pm Adoration Adults (Church) Friday June 29, :00 am Mass (Church) 10:50 am Bible Study (Youth Room) 6:00 pm Grupo de Oración (iglesia) 7:00 pm Grupo de Jovenes (Cafeteria) 7:00 pm Hispanic Ultreya (Youth Room) Saturday June 30, :00 am St. Joseph s Men s Group (Chapel & Youth Room) 3:30 pm Confessions (Church) 5:00 pm Mass (Church) 7:00 pm Neocatechumenate Mass (Room A) Sunday July 1, :30 am Mass (Church) 11:00 am Mass (Church) 1:30 pm Misa en español (iglesia) 4:00 pm Rosary (Church) 6:30 pm Misa en español (iglesia) Farewell Fr. Ray Please join us this weekend in the Gathering Space after Mass as we wish Fr. Ray a fond farewell. He will be celebrating Mass with us next weekend, then travelling to his new assignment at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Birmingham. Update on Sister Teresa Sister Teresa continues to improve from her pelvic fractures. The Sisters at the Sacred Heart Monastery in Cullman have graciously welcomed Sister at their infirmary. She is receiving wonderful care and enjoying their camaraderie as she continues her physical therapy and healing. Sister Teresa can be reached at or at Sacred Heart Monastery; 916 Convent Road, NE; Cullman AL Visitors are welcome, but please contact Sister first to make sure the visit fits in with her therapy schedule. Chapel Partitions Our chapel partitions have arrived! The ideas and efforts of many parishioners went into the design and creation of the movable partition walls. Do you recognize the image? It is a picture of one of our stained glass windows from the former St. Ann Church on Johnston Street. You may or may not remember it because for some time it may have been blocked from view. FYI: We have all the windows from St. Ann Church stored in the basement of the school. Many of them are in disrepair, however. Thank you to all who helped with this project. Formal Choir is on vacation. Practice will resume on July 18 th. Sanctuary Cleaning June 22-28: Trudy Spain & Karen Capone June 29-July 5: Rita & Richard Vernetti Small Altar Linens Month of June- Judy Irish Month of July - Elizabeth Hutchings Hospital Ministry Jun 22-24: Mary Susan Shaver Jun 25-27: Bill Green Jun 28-30: Corey Cordell Jul 1-3: Anne Chandler GUMBO (frozen) will be on sale in the cafeteria after all weekend Masses through July 8 th. Get it while you can! $7 Quart; $25 a Gallon

4 June 21, 2018 Dear Parish Family, Life is always changing and everything, whether good or bad, will eventually come to an end. As we age, our bodies change. We have health problems, emotional problems, and spiritual problems. Nothing in this life remains the same; only God is unchanging and constant in His love at all times. In a parish from time to time a new pastor is appointed and the parish adapts to the new spiritual leader of the community. In June 2006 I was fortunate enough to become the 20 th pastor of the Catholic community in Morgan County. This began as St. Ann and eventually joining with its mission, Holy Family, became Annunciation of the Lord. I fell in love with Annunciation of the Lord parish quickly because of the dedicated and committed parishioners. I could see from the start that the people here were strong in their faith and in their desire to serve God and one another. In 2011 a small chapel was established for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. At this time we have adoration each week from Monday noon until Tuesday noon. My hope and desire is that this devotion will thrive and bear much fruit in the future. This has been a great blessing to the parish because we have come to realize that Jesus is the greatest blessing we could possibly have. If there were one thing I could encourage the parish to do it would be to expand the adoration of the Blessed Sacrament; moving toward perpetual adoration. In June 2018, after serving my second 6-year term as pastor, I will be stepping down and turning the parish over to the new pastor, Fr. Charles Merrill. I will then become the Associate Pastor of St. Francis Xavier in Birmingham. This year I am celebrating my 30 th Anniversary as a parish priest. During that time I have been stationed in four parishes and I can honestly say that Annunciation of the Lord has been the most rewarding and the best parish community that I have encountered. I trust that you will give the same love and support to the new pastor as I take my leave. Finally, I want to thank all of you for your love, prayers, and support. It is hard to leave you, but as I said in the beginning of this farewell note, change is inevitable and all of us have to adjust to it. Never say No to Jesus -- Just say Yes as Mary did. Father Ray P.S. Smile God Loves YOU!

5 Help us meet our 2 nd $10,000 match on the way to meeting our GOAL! Saint Ann School Annual Appeal 2018 The Foundation has again received a challenge from a donor who will match up to $10,000 in donations to the Foundation. Last week we received $1,478 toward our 2 nd $10,000 Challenge Match that brings us to $55,386 (69%) toward our Goal of $80,000. Thank you to all who have contributed to get us to this point. Let s continue to pull together once again to help our children. Whatever amount you choose to give will be a great blessing to the school. Your gift to St. Ann Catholic School is tax deductible. Please make all checks payable to St. Ann s Educational Foundation. 100% 75% 50% 25% Introducing Mr. Benjamin Leach Principal of St. Ann Catholic School It is with great excitement that we introduce our new principal of St. Ann Catholic School Mr. Benjamin Leach. Mr. Leach comes to us from Christ Our King Catholic School in Charleston, South Carolina. He holds a M. Ed. in Catholic Administration and Supervision from Marymount University and a B. A. in Science Teaching and Biological Sciences from Clemson University. A recent participant in the Charleston Diocese s Leadership Program for prospective principals, Ben will be here on July 1 st to begin his ministry at St. Ann School. Ben and his wife, Chanel, are newlyweds. Together, they teach swing dance classes in Charleston. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 704 and is currently writing a book involving his faith. Mr. Leach is anxious to get started at St. Ann School and to meet our students and families. Please join us in welcoming Ben and Chanel to our parish and school family. Thank you to all who served on our Search Committee and all who offered prayers on their behalf. Teaching Position Opening A full time teaching position for a lower elementary grade is available immediately at St. Ann School. Teaching experience, state certification, and a practicing Catholic are preferred. The ability to speak Spanish is a plus. To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and list of professional references to Mr. David Weimer at or in person to the school office between 10 AM - 2 PM weekdays. St. Ann Catholic School is accepting applications for the school year. Applications may be picked up at the school, Information Desk, or downloaded at If you would like more information about the school, please call and make an appointment to visit. Mr. Weimer and soon Mr. Leach will be glad to discuss all options. Summer Hours 10 AM - 2 PM Closed July 2-6

6 Parish Pastoral Plan A summary of the status of our implementation efforts As you may recall, in 2017 we identified nine major goals we desired to accomplish over the next five years. These goals were further broken down, by various implementation teams, into specific objectives or steps that needed to be accomplished to fully achieve these goals. I am happy to report that since embarking on this renewal process in 2017, we have made excellent progress. To accomplish all nine goals we identified 78 individual objectives. To date we have implemented or begun to implement 40 of these objectives; this is approximately 51% of our objectives for the parish and school. Below is a set of pie charts for each major goal which visually depicts our status towards fully implementing each goal. We welcome your interest and participation in implementing our Pastoral Plan. We want to thank everyone that has played a part in developing and/or implementing this plan.

7 Finance Council Team Implemented 17% Implementation Team Objectives Implemented 18% In Progress / On Going 83% Awaiting Future Actions 49% In Progress / On Going 33%

8 Youth Groups Wednesday Evenings during the Summer 6:30-8:30 PM Jun 27: No Youth Group Jul 4: No Youth Group - Happy Birthday USA!!! Jul 8-12: Totus Tuus (7:30-9:40 PM) Jul 18: Youth Group Jul 25: Youth Group Aug 1: Youth Group Aug 8: Youth Group Aug 15: Youth Group Assumption of Mary Aug 22: Youth Group Queenship of Mary!! Aug 29: Youth Group Registration needed for: Registration needed for Rising 7 th -12 th grades Tuesdays: Wednesdays: Fridays: Weekends: Gift Shop is open: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM After Mass Gift Shop Special this Month: 25% discount on Books HONEY now available $10/bottle The Pictorial Directories are in! If you had your picture taken, your copy is available for pick-up at the office Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until 4:00 PM. Please ask for Jenny Brown. Directories will be available for those who did not take pictures after all who had their pictures done receive theirs. The remaining directories will be $10. MARRIED COUPLES: Time Together! Enhance your relationship and enjoy a love-filled weekend away together. A Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend is a private weekend full of fresh love, rebirth, romance, passion and new beginnings. All married couples deserve a richer, fuller life together. The next weekend in the diocese is scheduled in Huntsville, Jul at the DoubleTree Hotel-South. You can get more information or register online at or by calling Bob & Joy Hernandez at Information Sessions Scheduled for the Next Permanent Diaconate Formation Program Dates and locations for a series of information sessions to open the Inquiry phase for the next permanent diaconate formation program have been announced by the Office of the Permanent Diaconate. All Catholic men in the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama who may be interested in the vocation of the permanent deacon, and their wives, are invited to attend. No registration is necessary. The sessions will be held at St. Francis University Church in Tuscaloosa at 10 AM on June 30; St. Peter the Apostle Church in Hoover at 4 PM on June 30; Our Lady of Fatima Church in Birmingham at 10 AM on July 1; St. James Church in Gadsden at 9:30 AM on July 8; St. John the Baptist Church in Madison at 10 AM on July 14; St. Mark the Evangelist Church in Birmingham at 9:00 a.m. on July 15; and at Holy Spirit Church in Winfield at 10 AM on July 15. Additional details are available by contacting Deacon J. S. Anzalone, Ph.D., Director of Diaconate Formation, at the Chancery Office ( ) or Deacon Christopher J. Rosko, M.D. ( ). Mass Confusion??? The Homily Preach the word in season and out of season, convince, rebuke, and exhort, be unfailing in patience and in teaching (2 Timothy 4:2). The homily is an integral part of the Mass, reserved to priest celebrant himself, or entrusted by him to a concelebrating priest or occasionally, according to circumstances to a deacon, but never to a lay person (GIRM, art. 65). The homily may be an explanation of the Gospel, of the other Mass readings, or of the responsorial Psalm. It may call attention to other texts of the Mass or develop the feast or mystery being celebrated on a given day. The homily is the Word in other words. The best preaching is prepared in silence. Before preaching the Word, the priest listens to it, repeats it, and allows it to germinate in his heart. The homily is a bridge in two ways. It connects the first part of the Mass, the Liturgy of the Word, to the second part, the Liturgy of the Eucharist; and it connects the Mass to the rest of life. The homily sends God s people, full of thanksgiving, into the Sacrifice of Christ renewed on the altar, and prepares them to go forth into a world hungry for goodness, beauty, and truth. Archdiocese of Philadelphia

9 Registration forms for First Communion and Confirmation Preparation for the school year are available at the Parish Office or online. First Communion/First Reconciliation Preparation is a one-year program for children in second grade or above. Confirmation Preparation is a two-year program for youth in eighth grade and above who have already celebrated their First Holy Communion. For those registering for First Communion or Confirmation preparation, a copy of the Baptism Certificate must be turned in with the registration form. YES (Youth, Education, and Spirituality) is our Religious Education Program that doesn t involve Sacramental Preparation -- K5 through 12 th grade. GRACE UPON GRACE A POWERFUL CHARISMATIC HEALING & DELIVERANCE SERVICE Tuesday, July 24, :00 6:00 pm This Charismatic Healing and Deliverance Service led by Rev. Fr. Dominic Valanmanal, Director of the Marian Retreat Center in Anakkara, Kerala, India, will take place at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church; 334 Main Street; Gardendale, Alabama Confession will be available beginning at 1:00 PM. For more information: call or see our website: Everyone is invited to join us for this service. All are welcome! When the streams of God s grace are opened, your hearts are drenched with the Holy Spirit; it becomes Krupabhishekam a grace anointing experience. Bible Study Moving The Tuesday morning Bible Study on the Psalms is moving to Fridays from 10:50 AM - 12:30 PM. We are using The Psalms: Gateway to Prayer from the Word Among Us. All are welcome to join us. Prayer Shawl Ministry July 5 th 6-8 PM in the Youth Room We meet the first Thursday of the month to knit or crochet prayer shawls to be given to those who are ill, grieving or even rejoicing! Join us in prayer and needlework! ROMEOs Group (Retired Old Men Eating Out) Tuesday, July 10 th, 8 AM Libby s Catfish Restaurant This group is open to all retired men of our parish who like to eat out and enjoy each other s company. We meet for breakfast the second Tuesday of each month. The Parish Book Club meets on the 2 nd Thursday of the month, at Java Jaays at 10:30 AM. which will be July 12 th. Read a good book and share it with us on July 12 th at 10:30 AM at Java Jaays. See you then!

10 Mass Intentions Monday, Jun 25, :00 pm Jesus Gonzalez Gonzalez (RIP) David & Kiernan Smith Tuesday, Jun 26, :30 pm Bob & Madonna Brunson (RIP) Bob & Becky Laremore Wednesday, Jun 27, :30 pm Denise Lemmon (SI) The Wahoski Family 6:00 pm Tim Kyle (RIP) St. Vincent de Paul Thursday Jun 28, :00 am Bruno Wozny (RIP) Iris Seehafer Friday, Jun 29, :00 am Jesus Gonzalez (RIP) David Weimer, Staff & Faculty of St. Ann School Saturday, Jun 30, :00 pm Rita Kyle (RIP) Bob & Anne Chandler Sunday, Jul 1, :30 am Rita Kyle (RIP) Anne Palmer & Family 11:00 am The Parish (SI) Join us on Sundays at 4:00 PM in the church as we gather to pray the Rosary together. Please pray for the repose of the soul of Eddie Roosa, father of Linda D Antonio, and the souls of all the faithfully departed. May they rest in peace. Men and Women Serving in the Military Jack Bissell James Bissell Michael Bissell Nick Simon Sergio Mungia Nick Anderson Ray W. Canafax Chuck Bell Harrison Green Jason Haynes Kara Bumbarger Todd Eaves Alex Shelton Chris J. Russell McKenna Green Richard Dean Zubeck Sarah Furey Johnny Govarts Rob Green Sean MacKinnon Oliver Pascua Royce Gent Will Green Valerie Mascho Johnie J. Ogden Jeff Holm Scott Allen Dan Wallace Joseph Reisz Emil Casciano Sam Stalons Jamie Ciciora Devon Stewart Tom Juric Brian Kociuruba Adam Holzer Steven Ciciora Adam Childers Xavier Quinn Cortez Peter Sabatini Chris Schneider Nathan Banishes Jack Sims Ashley Hollingsworth Heath Garrison Kari Kociuruba John Paul Lappert Jodi Marie Williams A.J. D Antonio Jonathan D. Spurlock Matt Tortorano Matthew Rogers Michael Sanders Gary Rodgers Tony Shelton Tyler Torres Paul Schartung Robert Remke Timothy A. Thomas, Jr. Joseph Criscione Connor Hancock Joshua Raynor Your Love and Prayers go out to: Joe Acosta, Jackie Agee, Donna Akers, Beverly Amoroso, Holly Amoroso, Daryl Anderson, Dan Angel, Raoul Avila, John Baade, Tom Baade, Byron Bailey, Donald Bailie, Frank Baltes, Kevin Baltes, Ann Barron, Britney Bash, Cindy Bass, Gene & Jean & David Bazzel, Christina Beck, Beth, Logan, & Julia Bello, Louis Birchmeier, Sr. Jane Bishop, O.S.B., Evelyn Biskey, Loretta Boyle, Eric Brennaman, Christopher & Tammy Burgett, Matt Burley, Calleigh Rose Campbell, Eva Campbell, Wendy Carrier, Peter Clarke & Clarke Families, Paren Clarke, Billy Click, Jenny Codding, Donnie Coe, Frances Collins, Marie Coleman, Hunter Cooper, Horace & Glynnis Crawley, Jan Crosby, Sam Culotta, Rick de Sloover, Emilia Delamoora, Catherine Doss, Darren Drain, Shyquan Draper, Conrad Dudziec, Nancy Duncan, Cuthbert & John Eastmond, Cameron Edwards & family, Hugh Edwards, John Edwards, James Elliott, Jaye Ellis, Lisa Firestine, Joey Fortune, Furey Family, Mucio Garcia-Morales, Lief Garrison, Robbie Gilchrist, Loretta Gilliam, Vikki Glanschneg, Clay & Mary Kay Goodwin, Jim Gottler, Anne Green, Baby Theodore Tobias Green & family, Joseph Guido, Teresa Ann Hairrell, Ciera & James Hale, Anita Hamblen, Billy Hancock, Judith Hardin, Tommy Hardin, Julie Harrison, Michael Hart, Janice Harris, Amerlia Harrison, George, George Jr. & Jo Ann Harvey, Linda Hayes, Barbara Henderson, Bill & Bernie Henderson, Pipper Curley Hickman, Jim Hilmerson, Shamalita Hines, Bud Hollman, Thomas Howard, Alfred Howery, Don & Marie Jackson, Romilda Jacobs, Sarah James, Wayne James, Jeannie Jefferson, Michael Jefferson, Alicia Jimenez, Ronald Johnson, Will Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Tim Joseph, Margret Kane, Barbara Kanuck & family, Lexi King, Kleier Families, Janice Knighten, Dianne Kornowski, Thelma Krueger, Bob Laremore, Matthew David Laremore, Doris Larson, Marie Levy, Meg Lipsey, Suzanne Littleton, Britton Lobo, Jerry Long, Kyle Long, Cesar Lozano, Amy Luckett, Brendan MacDonald, Sean Macfarlane, Catie Madison, Kara Marsac, Nell Marsh, Terri Marsh, Michael & Therese Martin, Ron Martini, Bob & Shirley Matasick, Elise Means, Harold Means, Heather & Susan Mechler, Jennifer Merriman & Family, Trish Miller, Mooney Family, Ray Mitchell, Robbi Migacz, Robin Moore, R. Jane Morton, Amanda Murphy, Troy Neeley, Barbie Nelligan, Caroline & Davis Nelson, Yvesnick Nicholson, Jane O Connell, Terry & Faye O Reilly, Carol Overcamp, John Overmeyer, Tom Owens, Carol Parker, Thomas Ptak, Woodrow Prewitt, Dennis Quintavalle, Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Radtke, Donna Ragland, Thomas Raines, Steve Raley, Jamie Ramirez, Ron Redler & family, Rende Family, Mimi Retter, Riely Family, Joel Rivera, Jamie Roberts, Sharon Robinson, Bob Roedersheimer, Guffey Ross, Aida Ruiz Marinez, Juan Ruiz, Bobby Russel, Joleen Ruth, Edna Rutsey, Rick Sautter, David Schacht, Tony Sciaroni, Liz Schick, Rita Schick, Robert Schick, Cheryl Scott, Anne Stamps, Perry Sharp, Curtis Slaten, Lori Slaten, Lincoln Smith, Tim Summers, Anita Kay Stewart, Dana Stewart, Judy Stidger, Catherine Taylor, Catherine Teague, Siobhán Trainor, Teresa Tennyson, Lawrence Terry, Remi Tessier, Robert Tetzlaff, Bill Thornton, Maria Thornton, Tut Thublin, Brenda Tinger, Lorraine Tomlinson, Charlotte Tsareff, Carla Turner, Wells Turner, Robert Tweedy, Gay Ulrich, Charles Urban, Robert & Mary Vernetti, Sherry Vickery, Donna Waddle, James Wahoski, Lindsey Walden, Walker Families, Sr. Teresa Walsh, Pamela Weems, Paul Werling, Hayden White, Sylvia White, Calvin Whitt, Phillip Wickwire, Maggi Wiesneth, Jodi Williams, Larry Wilson, Nick, Glorie & Lee Winnike, Darlene Wuesthoff, Myra Yates

11 FINANCIAL REPORT: June 17, 2018 La Ofrenda de la Semana 17 Junio 2018 Pre-K - 8th grade David Weimer, Principal Ben Leach, Incoming Principal OFFERTORY ACTUAL BUDGETED ofrenda gastos WEEKLY la semana FYTD 2018 Hasta hoy VARIANCE diferencia $24,433 $18,184 $6, ,996 $436,418 ($18,422) Special Collection: Annual Appeal to date: $55,386 PAID IN FULL CAMPAIGN INCOME / LOAN PAYMENT INFORMATION Fondos de Construcción /Informacion de Pago y Prestamos ACTUAL ofrenda Due to summer travel and sports, SCRIP availability will be limited after weekend Masses. Please buy SCRIP in the Parish Office during normal business hours. If you have good accounting skills and would be interested in helping raise funds for our school by selling SCRIP after Mass, please contact Joan Mustain at the Parish Office. CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES 1010 CHURCH STREET, HUNTSVILLE (256) Catholic Family Services offers quality Individual, Marriage, and Family Therapy to all ages and all faiths in a Christian setting. Sliding scale, affordable rates without insurance filing. Free pregnancy counseling. Licensed, Catholic therapists with 30 years experience. To schedule an appointment or for questions, call Catholic Family Services at the number above. We do not tell or impose our will on God; in silence like Mary, we await an Annunciation. Venerable Fulton J. Sheen BUDGETED gastos VARIANCE diferencia WEEKLY la semana $3,888 $6,971 ($3,083) FYTD Hasta hoy $134,314 $167,308 ($32,993) OUTSTANDING DEBT Deuda pendiente LOAN PAYOFF DATE Fecha de Pago de Prestamo $310,565 JUNE 2019 Junio 2019 Check out the App: ConnectNow Giving" Our E-giving provider is ConnectNow Giving and our link is: Stewardship Today's readings present John the Baptist, someone called into servanthood while in the womb, as God using him in the fulfillment of His plans. You and I are no different. We, too, were called to serve the Lord from the time we were in the womb. Remember the Parish and/or School in your will!


13 Información para la Parroquia Horarios En caso de Emergencia Llame a la Oficina Parroquial (256) ext 131 Horas de oficina Lunes y Viernes: concita Martes: 2:00-4:30 pm Miércoles: 2:00-5:00 pm Confesiones: Martes: Miércoles: 7:45-9:00 pm 1:10-2:00 pm Ministerios Grupo de Oración Viernes: 7:00-9:00 pm (iglesia) Infórmese con Benito Jiménez (256) Francisco Pascual Ramírez (256) Misioneros Guadalupanos Miércoles: 7:00-9:00 pm (guardería) Infórmese con José Orta (256) Grupo de Jóvenes Viernes: 7:00 9:00 pm (cafetería) Infórmese con Félix Avilés (256) o Pedro Silverio Pedro Juan (256) Ultreya Parroquial: Viernes 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm infórmese con; Alberto Castillo (256) ; Carmen Zapata (256) Escuela de Dirigentes Cuarto sábado de cada mes, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Próxima reunión: Julio 28 Infórmese con Alberto Castillo (256) Carmen Zapata. (256) Escuela Biblica de formación en la Fé. En la iglesia Salón C. Lunes: 7:00-9:00 pm Infórmese con Saúl Vergara (256) Próximos Eventos. Platicas Pre-Matrimoniales. Sábado 22 de Septiembre; de 8:30 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. Traiga su Biblia No traiga niños. Regístrese con el Diacono Javier. Para inscribir a sus niños para Primera Comunión y Confirmación para el próximo año debe de ir a la oficina de la Parroquia en horas de oficina. Debe tener una copia de su certificado de bautismo con usted para inscribirse en las clases. Esto también se aplica a los adultos jóvenes, que es cualquier persona de 16 años o más. Servicios/Consejería Para Familias Católicas 1010 Church Street, Huntsville Tel Doctora, Isabel Oliveras Pláticas Pre- Bautismales El cuarto Domingo de cada mes. La próxima platica Bautismal, será en Junio 24 Después de Misa de 1:30 p.m. Requisitos: Ser puntuales Asistir padres y padrinos Traer copia del Certificado de Nacimiento del niño(a) Para ser Padrinos Tienen que haber recibido los sacramentos de bautizo, confirmación y primera comunión. Y si son pareja deben estar casados por la Iglesia Católica, papás y padrinos deben venir a Misa los domingos.

14 Para celebrar sus 15 años, necesita: 1. Haber recibido el sacramento de la confirmación. 2. Las jovencitas que quieran celebrar su quinceañera en la primavera o verano, deberán asistir a cuatro pláticas pre-quinceañeras que las dará la Hermana Teresa después de la misa de la 1:30pm los domingos. Las próximas clases serán en el otoño, pero por el momento no hay fechas disponibles, deberá mantenerse al tanto y revisar el boletín para ver las próximas fechas. 3. Hablar con el padre o el diácono para fijar la fecha; no haga planes hasta tener la fecha fijada. 4. Un mes antes de la quinceañera hagan el favor de entregar $ en la oficina de la parroquia a la secretaria, Anne Palmer. Esta cantidad es para ayudar con los gastos de mantener el edificio. 5. Si usted quiere el coro en su celebración, hablar con ellos para ver si están disponibles. 6. Confesarse antes de su celebración. Para recibir el Sacramento del Matrimonio: 1. Entrevista 6 meses antes de la boda con el Ministro de la Iglesia que los va a casar (el Sacerdote o Diácono) para cumplir la investigación pre-nupcial. 2. Hablar con el Ministro para escoger la fecha de boda. 3. Si son católicos, la novia y el novio deben tener el Sacramento de Bautizo. Lo ideal es que tengan también los Sacramentos de 1ª Comunión, y Confirmación. (Si están viviendo juntos en unión libre o casados por el civil la situación cambia y deben hablar con el Padre para saber lo que necesitan para casarse). 4. No haber estado casado/a por la Iglesia previamente; o una copia de la anulación del Matrimonio; o un certificado de muerte de su esposo/esposa. 5. Asistir a una plática pre-matrimonial. Próxima reunión: Septiembre 16 en el cafetería, 8:30am- 4:00pm. 6. Acta de Bautizo reciente, no la que tienen guardada. (Por lo menos 3 meses antes de la Boda) Mandar traerla a su País de origen. 7. Licencia de Matrimonio o copia del acta de matrimonio civil. En cualquier corte de un Condado de Alabama les dan la Licencia. Pagando lo que está estipulado por el Estado. Para obtener su licencia de Matrimonio necesitan llevar Identificaciones, tales como Pasaporte, licencia de manejar, acta de nacimiento, etc. 8. Un mes antes de la boda hagan el favor de entregar $ en la oficina de la parroquia a la secretaria, Anne Palmer. Esta cantidad es para ayudar con los gastos de mantener el edificio. 9. Confesarse antes de la Boda. 10. Si usted quiere el Coro en su celebración, hablar con ellos para ver si están disponibles. Introducción Sr. Benjamin Leach Principal de Escuela Católica Santa Ana Es con gran emoción que le anunciemos a nuestro nuevo director de la escuela Católica de Santa Ana el Sr. Benjamín Leach. El Sr. Leach viene de Cristo nuestro Rey, escuela Católica de Charleston, Carolina del sur. Posee una Educación de Maestría en administración católica y supervisión de la Universidad de Marymount y un Bachillerato en Ciencias de Enseñanzas y Ciencias Biológicas de la Universidad de Clemson. También es un reciente participante en el programa de liderazgo de la diócesis de Charleston para futuros directores, Ben va estar aquí el 1 de julio para comenzar su ministerio en la escuela Santa Ana. Ben y su esposa, Chanel, son recién casados. Juntos, ellos enseñan clases de baile de swing en Charleston. Es también miembro de los caballeros de Colón Consejo 704 y actualmente está escribiendo un libro sobre su fe. El Sr. Leach está impaciente por empezar en la escuela de Santa Ana y en conocer a nuestros estudiantes y sus familias. Por favor únase a nosotros en darle la bienvenida a Ben y Chanel a nuestra familia parroquial y escuela. Gracias a todos los que sirvieron en el Comité de búsqueda y a todos los que ofrecieron oraciones en su nombre. Oportunidad de empleo Una posición para una maestra de grado elemental de tiempo completo está disponible inmediatamente en la escuela Santa Ana. Experiencia docente, certificación estatal y preferiblemente que sea practicante católico (a) y la habilidad de hablar español seria beneficial. Para aplicar, por favor, envíe su currículo, carta y lista de referencias profesionales al Sr. David Weimer a en persona o a la escuela durante las horas de oficina 10 AM-2 PM de lunes viernes.