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April 14, 2019 DAILY MASS Monday - Saturday 7:30 am Wednesday Evening 7:00 pm WEEKEND MASS Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am, 11:00 am, 4:00 pm RECONCILIATION Monday - Friday 7:00 am
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April 14, 2019 DAILY MASS Monday - Saturday 7:30 am Wednesday Evening 7:00 pm WEEKEND MASS Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am, 11:00 am, 4:00 pm RECONCILIATION Monday - Friday 7:00 am Saturday 4:00 pm RECITATION OF THE ROSARY Monday - Saturday 7:00 am Wednesday 3:00 pm Saturday 4:30 pm Sunday 7:30 am, 10:30 am PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Friday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Sundays of the Month 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Closed Wednesdays 11:00 am - 1:00 pm PASTORAL STAFF PAROCHIAL ADMINISTRATOR, Fr. Bing Colasito PAROCHIAL VICAR, Fr. Noel Ancheta PARISH STAFF Office Administrator, Alicia Gonzales Ext. 104 Accountant, Josie Sagisi Ext. 107 Office Assistant, Cheyanne Bosn Ext. 100 Discipleship Coordinator, Bryan Hartlen Ext. 101 Youth Ministry Coordinator, Ext. 102 RE Coordinator, Renee Hunsaker Ext. 105 Music & Media Director, Matt Ficarra Ext. 106 Maintenance/Custodian, Ray Lopez Parish Mission Statement A welcoming and joyful community committed to making disciples, by igniting and strengthening faith in Christ, and the celebration of Gods grace. MISSION OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD North 12th Street New River, Arizona WEEKEND MASS Sunday RECITATION OF THE ROSARY Sunday 9:30 am 8:45 am C A L E N D A R p. 2 Sunday, April 14, 2019 Palm Sunday 9:15 am Sun PreK - 4th RE Class 9:15 am EDGE Caurus 2:30 pm EDGE (7-8) Office 4:00 pm Life Teen (High School) Monday, April 15, :00 pm Bible 7:00 pm Boy Scout Meeting Tuesday, April 16, :00 pm Prayer Shawl Group Wednesday, April 17, :00 pm OLPH/Divine Mercy Novena 3:30 pm SVdP Conference Meeting 4:30 pm Wed PreK 4th RE Class 7:00 pm Wednesday Evening Mass Thursday, April 18, 2019 Holy Thursday-Office Closed 7:30 am 3rd Thursday GSM 7:00 pm Holy Thursday Mass Friday, April 19, 2019 Good Friday Office Closed 7:00 pm Good Friday Liturgy 7:00 pm Stations of the GSM Saturday April 20, 2019 Easter Vigil 8:00 pm Easter Vigil Mass Mission of the Good Shepherd North 12th Street New River, Arizona Please join us in praying the Rosary at 8:45am on Sunday, before the 9:30 am Mass. Come join us for coffee and donuts after Mass on the 2nd Sunday of the month. Adoration will be held on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 7:30am 12:00pm. Sunday, April 14, :00 am +Gabriel Gimarino 9:30 am +Trevor Gervais 11:00 am +Purificacion Maristela 4:00 pm All Parishioners Monday, April 15, :30am +Rafael Gimarino Tuesday, April 16, :30 am +Rhoda Medrano Wednesday, April 17, :30 am Janice Pepper-birthday 7:00 pm +Madeline Guerriero Thursday, April 18, :00 pm Sal Augone-Healing Friday, April 19, :00 pm +Carol Murphy Saturday, April 20, :00 pm Al Bosn-Healing The Parish Office will be closed on Easter Sunday. March 23rd and March 24th 2019 Weekly Offering: $17, (includes online giving of $5,159.00) Mortgage Retirement: $2, (includes online giving of $1,688.34) To sign up for Online giving go to stroseanthem.com and click on giving PA R I S H E V E N T S p. 3 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord Today starts our Holy Week Journey with the celebration of Palm Sunday. This week is like no other week in the Liturgical Calendar of the Church, a week filled with intense emotion and drama, all about the Son of Man who suffered greatly in the hands of men. He died an excruciating death and on the third day rose again to give us all new life. We journey with the greatest love story, Jn. 3:16 God so loved the world, He gave us His only Son Jesus Christ our savior, His most precious one. We are loved so much, we are given the greatest HOPE, and we are invited to level up, to a new level of existence. I invite everyone this Holy Week to journey with Him, the Son of God, to really get to know, appreciate, and love Him more. Luke s Gospel of the Passion Narrative presents an account of how Jesus, before Pilate was condemned by the very same people who, a few days earlier were singing, Blessed is the king who comes in the name of the Lord. Peace in Heaven and glory in the highest. And when His hour came, He no longer said much, He no longer needed to say anything. His whole life, suffering and death, was itself the message, powerful, loud and clear. Let us all journey with Jesus this Holy Week. To get to know Him more be still, be silent, and really listen and may we all find quiet moments to journey with Him in prayer. Fr. Bing Thank you for supporting the Pontifical Good Friday Collection, as encouraged by Pope Francis. The Holy Land Appeal Through the Pontifical Good Friday Collection, you join with Catholics around the world to stand in solidarity with the Church in the Holy Land. When you contribute to the Pontifical Good Friday Collection, you become an instrument of peace in a troubled land. D I S C I P L E S H I P p. 4 Why Prayer, Fasting & Almsgiving? Following on with our Lenten theme, I thought I d share a few thoughts on fasting. I ll attempt to paraphrase a short article A Reflection on Lenten Fasting by Rev. Daniel Merz which can be found on the USCCB website. In the early Church there were two fasts. One was the total fast that preceded all major feasts or sacramental events. It was a means of watching and waiting preparing for something (Christ). The second fast was a fast of abstinence from certain foods, e.g., meats or fats. This was more an act of self-discipline and self-control. We re going to focus on the first which is generally referred to as fasting. Christian fasting is revealed in an interdependence between two events in the Bible: the breaking of the fast by Adam and Eve (when they ate the apple); and the keeping of the fast by Christ at the beginning of his ministry (His 40 days in the desert being tempted by the devil). During his fast Christ said, Man does not live by bread alone. (Mt. 4:4; Lk. 4:4) This liberates us from total dependence on food, on matter, on the world. Thus, for the Christian, fasting is the only means by which man recovers his true spiritual nature. In order for fasting to be effective, then, the spirit must be a part of it. Christian fasting is a matter of prayer and the spirit and true fasting may well lead to temptation, and weakness and doubt and irritation. It will be a real fight between good and evil. It will be a time when we can and should call out to God for assistance and grace. It s likely that we may fail many times in these battles. But it s in the sacrifice, the failing, the calling to God, His forgiveness and the triumph that we grow. The very discovery of the Christian life as fight and effort is an essential aspect of fasting. Christian tradition can name at least seven reasons for fasting (read Rev Merz s full article to appreciate the context of each): From the beginning, God commanded some fasting (from the tree of knowledge), and sin entered into the world because Adam and Eve broke the fast. For the Christian, fasting is ultimately about fasting from sin. Fasting reveals our dependence on God and not the resources of this world. Fasting is an ancient way of preparing for the Eucharist the truest of foods. Fasting is preparation for baptism (and all the sacraments) for the reception of grace. Fasting is a means of saving resources to give to the poor. Fasting is a means of self-discipline, chastity, and the restraining of the appetites. We re expected to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, but many Catholics practice regular fasting as a means to grow in their prayer life and ultimately their relationship with God. Are you ready to give it a try? Will You Serve at Mass? Please consider serving in our liturgical ministries: Greeters, Ushers, Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers and Sacristans. Call the office for more information. Register for free at StRoseAnthem.Formed.org RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS p.6 CONFIRMATION & FIRST EUCHARIST MASS Saturday, April 10am MASS REHEARSAL Thursday, April 6:30pm High School and Adult Volunteers needed for VBS Contact Renee if you are interested in volunteering for this program Vacation Bible School June 10th - 14th. **Rehearsal is required for all Candidates and their Sponsors** Questions: Contact the Parish Office Catholic Charities Collection Not sure what to do with any unwanted clothing items? The program is open to kids age 4 (PreK) - 5th grade Please Donate Any Gently Used, Wearable Items The Orange Container is located in the St. Rose parking lot!! Registration for the Religious Education programs will be held at Wednesday and Sunday classes beginning April 10th **Take advantage of the early registration discount** $100 deposit is now due to the office VBS registration will begin Wednesday, April 10th PA R I S H N E W S P. 5 You re Invited to a Group Orientation for Foster Care Refugee Children Catholic Charities Unaccompanied Minor Program (UMP) It provides services for foreign-born children who have arrived in the United States without a parent or legal guardian. You re invited to learn more! Wednesday, April 17, :30PM to 7:30PM Catholic Charities 5151 N. 19th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ RSVP Erika Peña at or call at (602) ext: Refreshments will be provided. Charity Golf Ou ng Registra on at 6:30 a.m. Tee Off 7:30 a.m. Call for Informa on or Ques ons: Registra on a er mass All registra ons must be submi ed by Easter Flower Memorials A beautiful way to remember loved ones in all our Easter Masses. Names will be inscribed and placed in a basket placed at the foot of the altar, inviting the prayers of our people, and the intercession of the Communion of Saints for those being remembered. Name(s) of person(s) to be memorialized: Name of person requesting the memorial: Phone: Donation to Easter Flower Memorial Fund: $ FREE EMERGENCY VISIT Includes emergency exam and one x-ray Free Whitening for Life New patients upon paid cleaning, exam, x-rays & completion of recommended treatment New Patients Free $ 25 Gift Card * Patients with insurance upon paid completion of exam, x-rays, cleaning Free Second Opinion Exam & Consultation New patients only MOST INSURANCE ACCEPTED *Coupons not valid with any other offer. Coupons expire 4/30/ N Venture Dr. Suite B-118 Anthem, AZ FOR ALL YOUR HOME REPAIR NEEDS! HANDY MAN Freeman Income Tax Service * Multi-State Tax Preparation * Personal and Business Tax Preparation * IRS Representation Kerry Freeman EA New Client Discount With This AD. 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