THEME OF OUR LITURGY - “ From death comes new life
and new hope”
Jeremiah 31:31-34 I will place my law within them write it upon
Hebrew 5:9-7 Christ became the source
of eternal salvation for all who obey him.
John 12:20-33 Whoever serves me must follow me, and where I am, there also
will my servant be.
AS A PARISH COMMUNITY
We pray for all
the sick in our parish, especially:
Maureen Dan, Tom Cathey, Richard Jordan, John Duran, Margaret Caylao,
John Hartlein, Lory Manzano, Victor Fernandez, Emil Valdes,
Guina Tablante, and,
Second Collection next Sunday is
for the support of the Parish Improvement Fund. Please be generous.
Pope John Paul II
said “I place much of my hope for the future in
marriage encounter.” Would
you like to know why? Call Paul & Yvonne at 650-366-7093 or go to www.lovemoredeeply.org. Next SF-WWME Weekend: July 14-16, Burlingame.
“Whoever lives the truth comes to the light, so
that his works may be clearly seen as done in God…” Today’s Gospel urges us to live a life
centered on Christ. Let Worldwide Marriage Encounter help your marriage
to be more Christ-centered. Call Paul & Yvonne at 366-7093 or go to www.lovemoredeeply.org Next SF-WWME Weekend: July 14-16, Burlingame.
First Collection for March 26th (Total: 4553.50)
Currency Coins 154
1’s : $407
5’s : $ 480 Average
10’s: $230 $19.84
for March 26th
Services) Total : $1837
Currency Coins 72
1’s : $338 $849
5’s : $290
10’s : $140 Average
20’s : $220
Total : $1837
Cost of running the Parish for the week: $5200.
Registered Families: 1039
Thank you for your support!
We are urging all San Mateo County registered
voters to sign ”The Parents’ Right to Know and Child
petition after the Saturday and Sunday Masses on April 1,2,22,23,29,30
and May 7. This
initiative is for a
physician to notify parents or guardians 48 hours before an abortion is
performed on an unemancipated minor.
There will be no
5pm Sunday Evening Mass during Summer Months. The last Sunday Evening
Mass will be May 21st. Mass will resume in the Fall beginning on September 10th.
51 states: “A clean heart create for me, God.” Now that God has come
to live among his people, we will never be the same. His wondrous deeds,
proclaimed by the prophets and witnessed by his apostles, remind us
of our littleness and our limits. When we genuflect toward the presence of Christ in
the tabernacle upon entering MD, we show God that we know how small
we are and how great he is. To carry this awareness into our daily
lives, we ask God to clean our hearts so that we may be open to
receive him. As we begin
the second half of our Lenten Season, may I kindly remind you that only God can give us
all that we need. We do
penance for our past sins so that we may renew our desire to follow
Jesus. We also should
make a special effort to share the gifts we have: “For I was hungry
and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger
and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for
me, in prison and you visited me.”
Parish Lenten Reconciliation Service is this coming Tuesday, at 7:30
p.m. in the Church. I hope as many of you as possible can come to
this service and allow God to “create a clean heart within you.”
know this is the cold and flu season, but please,
do not leave your used Kleenex in either the Church or the Parking
Lot. It really is a health
hazard. Thank you!
a great Lenten Week!
you for allowing us to come to your Church on March 26, 2006 to sell the
hand made carved religious articles made of olive wood and other
appreciate all your help for us so you gave us the chance to come to your
church and for your announcing in the bulletin and during the masses for
the parishioners and it is highly appreciated by the Christian Community
in Bethlehem because all the
proceeds will help them survive and encourage them to stay in the holy
land. The sale of this item is their only source of income; due to the
difficult situation they have no ability to sell these items locally to
tourist who as a result of strife is few in number.
regards for all the parishioners, for their support, they were very kind.
God Bless you and your parishioners for helping us in this mission.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
SUN. APR 2
8:00 AM People
of the Parish
10:00 AM Manuel Borg (D)
12:00 PM Blinky
& Amy D. Santos (L)
5:00 PM No intention
MON. APR 3
8:00 AM Souls
of Jurkota Family
7:30 PM Sally
TUE. APR 4
8:00 AM Bernadette M. Thompson
7:30 PM NO MASS
WED. APR 5
8:00 AM Roy Pasini (D)
7:30 PM Violeta Carnero (L)
THU. APR 6
8:00 AM Maria Sarzaba (D)
7:30 PM Eileen Costello (L)
8:00 AM Leonard Ostiowski (D)
7:30 PM Stations of the Cross
SAT. APR 8
8:00 AM Daniel Tan (D)
We are in need of more Eucharistic Ministers. If
interested, in serving the Community of MD, please contact Sister Agnes
at 244-9764 or Rosemary at 583-4131.
Grand Opening! Pauline
Books & Media, operated by the Daughters of St. Paul, is hosting a
grand opening week beginning April 22nd – 29th.
Come join the celebration which will include music, refreshments,
door prizes and much more.
The Center features books, music, DVD’s and religious gifts.
Located at 2640 Broadway, Redwood City, (off El Camino Real) just one
block from Cal-Train
(Hours 10 AM. – 6
PM; Monday – Saturday.)