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Incarnation Catholic Church

February 10, 2013 The 5th Sunday Ordinary Time

GOD’S SUMMONS Confronted with God’s power and majesty, the first response of the prophet Isaiah was to acknowledge his sinfulness. “Woe is me, I am doomed! For I am a man of unclean lips,” he said aloud. Likewise, with his empty fishing nets dramatically filled at Jesus’ instruction, Peter fell to his knees and cried out, “Depart from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man.” Next, Peter got up. He docked his boats then left to follow Jesus. Isaiah also had a dramatic change of heart. When he heard the Lord say, “Whom shall I send? Who will go for us?” Isaiah answered, “Here I am, send me.” We are summoned daily by the Risen Lord. We are reminded of the saving power of the gospel and know in our heart of hearts that, as St. Paul wrote, believing in anything else won’t lead to anything. What will it take for you to move past your sinfulness? What will it take for you to get off your knees? What will it take for you to bring to dock what is unimportant and to accept your call to be God’s messenger? Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Save These Dates ! FRIDAY LENTEN DINNERS March 1, 8, 15 & 22 4:30pm - 7pm St. Michael’s Hall (More info. on page 8)

STATIONS OF THE CROSS Fridays of Lent 5:45 pm - Spanish 7:30 pm - English

CONFESSIONS Saturdays 2:30 - 3:30pm

LIGHT IS ON FOR YOU (Diocesan-wide Confessions) MARCH 7th 5:00 - 8:30pm

LENTEN PENANCE SERVICE March 18 at 7pm SEDER MEAL - March 25 Holy Week: March 25 - 29 Easter Sunday: March 31

Schedule of Services Daytime: 7am, 8:30am, 12:10pm Evening: 6pm- Spanish & 7:30pm Regulations on Fasting and Abstinence The dual disciplines of fasting and abstinence have a long history in the Catholic Church. Going back to the early Church, the purpose behind the custom of self denial is not punishment; it is to simplify our lifestyles so that we create a certain emptiness. In this way, freed from all distractions, we are able to hear and respond to God’s continued call to conversion and holiness.

Note: If a person is unable to observe the above regulations due to ill health or other serious reasons, they are urged to practice other forms of self denial that are suitable to their condition. Fasting, almsgiving, and prayer are the three traditional disciplines of Lent. The faithful and catechumens should undertake these practices seriously in a spirit of penance and of preparation for baptism or of renewal of baptism at Easter.

 Fasting is to be observed on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday by all Catholics between the ages of 18 to 59 years (inclusive). On days of fasting, one full meal is allowed. Two smaller meals, sufficient to maintain strength, may be taken according to one’s needs, but together they should not equal another full meal. Eating between meals is not permitted, but liquids are allowed.  Abstinence from meat is to be observed by all Catholics who are 14 years of age and older. Ash Wednesday, all the Fridays of Lent, and Good Friday are days of abstinence.

Parish Office: 5124 Gateway Dr. , Tampa, FL 33615 | 813.885.7861 | Fax: 813.884.3624 |www.icctampa.org

School Office: 5111 Webb Rd. , Tampa, FL 33615 | 813.884.4502 | Fax: 813.885.3734


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813-885-7861 813-885-7861 grace that turned a former enemy into a friend also gave him the strength to spread the gospel farther For a humble guy, St. Paul really tells it like it is. than anyone else at that time. It seems some of the Corinthians did not believe In today's Gospel, Peter has a similar experience. that Christ rose from the dead, or that resurrection He was a fisherman who knew his business and was a spiritual symbol of forgiveness of sins. So knew that some days, the fish just aren't there. So Paul lists those witnesses who actually saw the when Jesus tells him to go out one more time, try risen Jesus, last and least of these being Paul him- one more cast of the nets, Peter probably thought self. Now we are used to thinking of Paul as one of he'd show Jesus that it was no use. Then when the greatest apostles, even though we know he they caught enough fish to fill both boats, he realonce persecuted Christians. So you might think he ized that his pride was sinful. He was unworthy to is being overly humble, like someone fishing for a receive such bounty from the Lord. And yet Jesus compliment. No, Paul is only interested in making tells him that "you will be catching men" (Luke sure the Corinthians understand just how much 5:10). God has done. How many of us are like Peter and Paul, thinking Besides being "born abnormally" (1 Corinthians we know just what our place in the world is, rely15:8), that is, coming to follow Christ in such an ing on our own strengths to do our jobs? Surely unusual way, he felt unworthy because of so many that's all God expects of us, right? They found Christians he hurt before his conversion. Yet he Jesus calling them to a much more challenging turns that unworthiness into an example of how life. Do we have the courage to listen to God's call much God has done through him, so he can say to serve? that he worked harder than any other apostles be- Tom Schmidt, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. cause of God's grace, not Paul's strength. The same Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Clergy - 813-885-7861 Very Rev. Michael Suszynski, Pastor Rev. Jairo Atehortua Parochial Vicar Rev. Philip Clement, Parochial Vicar Deacon Frank Julian Deacon Pablo Maldonado

Staff - 813-885-7861 Parish Business Administrator - Paul Hunter phunter@icctampa.org Facility Manager - Dave Arnold darnold@icctampa.org / 919-4284 Parish Secretary/Bulletin Editor Irene Martinez imartinez@icctampa.org Receptionist/ Asst Editor - Silvia Rivera srivera@icctampa.org Music Director Cal Leferink Director of Faith Formation - Carmen Cayon ccayon@icctampa.org Sacrament Prep. & Youth Ministry Philomena Johnson pjohnson@icctampa.org Faith Formation Apprentice Meg Kanatzar mkanatzar@icctampa.org

Monday: Gn 1:1-19; Ps 104:1-2a, 5-6, 10, 12, 24, 35c; Mk 6:53-56 Tuesday: Gn 1:20 -- 2:4a; Ps 8:4-9; Mk 7:1-13 Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17; 2 Cor 5:20 -- 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Thursday: Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mt 16:13-19

Mass Schedule

Friday: Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Lk 9:22-25

Monday through Friday: 7am & 8:30am

Saturday: Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32

Saturday: 8:30 am & 4:30pm (Vigil)

Sunday: Dt 26:4-10; Ps 91:1-2, 10-15; Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am (signed), 12pm Misas en Espa単ol: Cada domingo a la 1:30pm Cada viernes a las 6:30 pm Latin Mass Every Sunday at 4:30pm Confessions Saturdays - 2:30 to 3:30pm in Church Devotions Morning Prayer Group: Liturgy of the Hours Mon., Tue., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. from 8:10am - 8:25am Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Every 1st Friday following the 8:30 am Mass until 6:15pm Rosary every Thursday at 11:30am in the chapel Rosario en espa単ol cada jueves de 5:30pm-6:30pm en la capilla

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Please come out for the blessing of our new statue of St. Michael next Saturday after the 8:30am Mass. We will go directly to the statue for the blessing after Mass.


5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

February 10, 2013

† Mass Intentions † SUNDAY - FEBRUARY 10 - FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 7:30 A.M. +Bruno Zabukas by Wife 9:00 A.M. PEOPLE OF INCARNATION 10:30 A.M. +Chantal Varga by Vila Family 12:00 P.M. +Petronila Paredes de Huamani by Family 1:30 P.M. +Mariano Fermin by Felipe Fermin 4:30 P.M. MONDAY - FEBRUARY 11 - OUR LADY OF LOURDES 7:00 A.M. (SI) David Fernandez by Parents 8:30 A.M. +Milton Scotty Scott by Wife Christa TUESDAY - FEBRUARY 12 7:00 A.M. +Robert Martinez, Sr. by Rania Saade 8:30 A.M. +Pablo Nunez by Alexandra Nunez WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 13 - ASH WEDNESDAY 7:00 A.M. 8:30 A.M. +Robert Zelenka by ICS Faculty and Staff 12:10 P.M. +Roger Urbanski by Sandy and Sons 6:00 P.M. +Jocelyn Rodriguez by Mother-in-Law 7:30 P.M. THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 14 - ST. CYRIL, MONK, ST. METHODIUS, BISHOP 7:00 A.M. +Frank Fernandez by Celia 8:30 A.M. (SI) Jadon Gage Rivera by Grandma FRIDAY - FEBRUARY 15 7:00 A.M. +Gloria Handle by Steve Handle 8:30 A.M. +Filomeno Moguel by David and Diana Coughlin 6:30 P.M. +Luz Mery Montenegro by Daughters and Family SATURDAY - FEBRUARY 16 8:30 A.M. +James J. Kelly by Peggy 4:30 P.M. +James Henschel by Thomas and Regina Henschel SUNDAY - FEBRUARY 17 - FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT 7:30 A.M. +John Cariello by Charles and Lisa Nardello 9:00 A.M. +Louise Rogers by George and Thelma Schmidt 10:30 A.M. +Gustavo and +Maria Milian by Vila Family 12:00 P.M. +Fr. Jeldo Schiavone by Edith L. Murway 1:30 P.M. +Malvina Martinez by Felipe Fermin 4:30 P.M.

SACRIFICIAL GIFTS OF TREASURE

Please Pray for One Another If you would like to add a name, e-mail Silvia Rivera at: srivera@icctampa.org or call the parish office. Lord, hear our prayers for the sick listed below and for all those who are not listed, but are in need of our prayers: Jeannette Abrenica Janice and Addie P. Nora Alonso Amauri Agosto Benedetto Artino, Jr.

Colleen Beran Michelle Boylan Chuck Burton Mike Childers John Colombo Jacqueline Colon Bernice Cox Jack and Lucy Dietz Antero De La Rosa

Manuel Escamilla Aurora Esparza Nila Espinola Beverly Esser Freddy Fellner Deborah Fisher Dominick Fridella William Gareau Judy Gauthier Robert Hasty Tyler Head

Kathy Holecek June Jebson Peter Jebson Anthony Joseph Scott G. Kennedy Joyce Kielpinski Helen King Mimi Kuhla Betty Hunziker Natalie Lasko Tom Lom Mary Loper Lily Lough Sandy Loy Ana Marsicano Matthew McClane, Sr.

Joe Mininno Beba Montero Noah Nero Veronica Pacitti Bob Patterson JR Pearce Gloria Perez Kim Perez Jose Luis Quezada

Herman Quijano Rosemin Ramos Jorge Rodriguez Roland Rodriguez Kiki Santiago Bill Seemann Christine Screeton Helen Sheridan Bill Skiffington Kaylana Silva Bill and Angie Spink

Jaime Torres Bibiana Oria Vazquez

Ines Velazquez Pauline Villegas Rose Vinalon Bridget Vitto Rose Vrabel Michael Warren Jerry Wegman Linda Wilson Charles Young

OFFERTORY (First Collection) is used solely for the operation and maintenance of the parish. Weekly Target ..................................................$23,000.00 02/03/2013 Offertory Donations .....................$22,308.00 Shortfall ............................................................$ 692.00 Tuition Assistance ............................................$ 195.00 Helping Hand ...................................................$ 881.00 Dominican Parish .............................................$ 1,057.00 RENOVATION & BUILDING FUND (Second Collection) is used to pay the monthly principal and interest obligation on our Church Renovation Loan and to fund repairs and updates to our Church building. 02/03/2013 Renovation Donations.................... $ 3,559.00

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY We came very close to our weekly goal !!! If you have any questions about our finances or parish renovation activities, please contact Business Manager, Paul Hunter at 813-8857861 or by e-mail: phunter@icctampa.org.

Request your 2012 Contributions Statement Email phunter@icctampa.org or Call 813-885-7861

Sergio Pages, Jr. PV2 Chad Michael Burgess 1LT Orlando R. Zambrano Ryan Wegman, Afghanistan SPC Janet E. Pagan, Afghanistan

SPC Janice E. Pagan, Afghanistan David Valencia, Japan Franciana Tertulien, Afghanistan MAJ Anthony Bianchi, Afghanistan PVT2 Angelique Burgess

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813-885-7861 Dear Fellow Parishioners, Recently Father Michael and Dante Sanchez, of our parish, visited our sister mission Espiritu Santo Church, in LaVega, Dominican Republic. In the next few weeks we will be sharing the photos that were taken of the pastor, Father Chelo, the sisters who serve the people, the structures and most importantly the people. On the property is a structure which was once the church. Now it is a concrete floor with a roof in need of repair. Father Chelo is hoping to expand this area to accommodate more children and adults since it is the most used area for recreation and socializing. We as a parish have already contributed to the expansion of this area and will continue to support this project as one of several contributors.

Within the parish boundary is a boy's home, comprised of 51 young men aged 4-14. Some of them are orphans, others have been abused and have been removed from their homes. They live here while attending school outside. They treasure the musical instruments they've been given and play with enthusiasm and heart. They are happy and well taken care of and families, under supervision, may visit on Sundays.

As Lent approaches, the mission committee is presenting a way for all of us to get into the spirit of the Lenten season. This Sunday there will be photos posted of the boys and a name and address card to be filled out by the family/group/individuals who choose to support a child. During the weeks of Lent we will pray for our child and all the people of our sister mission. It takes $75 a month to support a child. We hope to be able to support the home for 4 months, since each child will have more than one supporter. We will also be aware of what opportunities present themselves as financial sacrifices, to include in our alms giving. We can do this by simple acts of sacrifice such as giving up a movie or not going out to dinner and putting that saved money in the "kitty" for the mission and your child. On Monday of Holy Week, we ask that you turn in the monies saved, along with the name/address cards you received. The money will be sent to Espiritu Santo with only the name of the beneficiary. In turn your child will send a personal "thank you" to our parish and we will send it along to you. Note: no address will be shared. We have never had a sister parish in all 50 years of the Church of the Incarnation. What better time to start than our 50th anniversary year. Thank you and God bless you. Your Mission Committee

Fr. Michael

Dante Sanchez

Maria Witonski

Aminta Taveras

Rondon Paul

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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

February 10, 2013

OUR PARISH LENTEN PROJECT As Lent approaches, the mission committee is presenting a way for all of us to get into the spirit of the Lenten season. This Sunday in our church foyer, there will be photos posted of the boys from the “Hogar Del Niño” home for boys in the Dominican Republic and a name and address card to be filled out by the family/group/ individuals who choose to support a child. During the weeks of Lent we will pray for our child and all the people of our sister mission. It takes $75 a month to support a child. We hope to be able to support the home for 4 months, since each child will have more than one supporter. We will also be aware of what opportunities present themselves as financial sacrifices, to include in our alms giving. We can do this by simple acts of sacrifice such as giving up a movie or not going out to dinner and putting that saved money in the "kitty" for the mission and your child. On Monday of Holy Week, we ask that you turn in the monies saved, along with the name/address cards you received. The money will be sent to Espiritu Santo with only the name of the beneficiary. In turn your child will send a personal "thank you" to our parish and we will send it along to you. Note: no address will be shared.

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PARISH ACTIVITIES TUESDAY - FEBRUARY 12 7:00 P.M. AA Men’s Closed Meetings in St. Patrick’s Room 7:00 P.M. Spanish Prayer Group in St. Michael’s Hall 7:00 P.M. Prayer Shawl Ministry in Faith Formation Office 7:00 P.M. Music Ministry in Church WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 13 7:00 P.M. AA Closed Meeting in St. Patrick’s Room 7:00 P.M. Al-Anon Closed Meeting in St. Francis Room 2 7:30 P.M. Spanish Choir in Music Room THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 14 11:30 A.M. Our Lady of Mercy Prayer Group in Chapel 5:30 P.M. Spanish Intercessions Group in Chapel 7:00 P.M. Music Ministry in Church 7:00 P.M. Columbiettes in St. Patrick’s Room 7:30 P.M. Young Adults in St. John’s Room FRIDAY - FEBRUARY 15 7:30 P.M. Youth Group in St. John’s Room

TREE OF LIFE MEMORIALS OPEN 1/2 HR BEFORE & AFTER THE 4:30PM SAT. MASS & ALL SUNDAY MASSES

In memory of a loved one that has passed away you may want to consider the Tree of Life Memorial at the church’s entrance. You may also want to remember a special Anniversary or a family member with a Leaf on the Tree. For information call Connie Hennessey at 884-8326. Anointing of the Sick gives spiritual strength in the face of suffering. A Parish priest is on call 24 hrs. in cases of emergency and is available for appointments. Call the Parish Office at 885-7861. Matrimony (Marriage) - Couples need to contact the Parish Office at 885-7861 before setting a date. The preparation process takes a minimum of 6 months. Holy Orders is for single men answering the call to priesthood. Any man or woman interested in the religious life should contact one of our parish priests or the Diocesan Vocations Director at 345-3338.

NEW ITEMS!

HOMEBOUND MINISTRY - Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring Holy Communion to the sick at home. Please call the Parish Office at 885-7861 to make arrangements. MINISTERIOS HISPANOS

Monaguillos: Doris Quirindongo - 817-9321 Coro Hispano: David Funes - 952-0359 Ministros de Eucaristia: Tito Bello - 516-2619 Lectores: Alan Aguilar- 315-0928 Ujieres: Jose Guaba-504-5538 Emmaus / Mujeres - Karla Navas - 408-2741 Emmaus/ hombres - Rafael Tamayo - 403-4272 Escuela de Evangelizacion Juan Pablo II: Ma. Teresa Aguilar - 315-0925 Grupo de Jovenes: Johnatan Fernandez - 484-1173 Grupo de Jovenes Adultos: Ana Acevedo - 359-7722 Grupo de Matromonios: Lecy & Dante Sanchez - 850-4526 Grupo de Oracion: Maria Rodriguez - 926-6436 Legion de Maria: Brunilda Reyes - 961-8505

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LITURGY GROUPS ALTAR SERVERS DAVID SMITH……………………….885-7861 Or via e-mail iccaltarservers@gmail.com EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS FR. PHILIP CLEMENT……….…….. 885-7861 READERS WILL BERAN ………………………. 882-0178 MUSIC DIRECTOR CAL LEFERINK………….…..……885-7861 ENVIRONMENT/ART CONNIE HENNESSEY ………………...884-8326 USHERS TOM OSBORN..……………….…...885-3829 VISITORS OF THE SICK FR. JAIRO ATEHORTUA .………. 885-7861

PARISH ORGANIZATIONS BIBLE STUDY CARMEN CAYON…….………….... 885-7861 CARNIVAL PAUL/NORMA HUNTER …………...854-1171 COLUMBIETTES DALE ZGURZYNSKI…......................885-5228 FINANCE COUNCIL DEACON FRANK JULIAN ………………….... 885-7861 HELPING HAND PARISH OFFICE…..……………..…..885-7861 INC. COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN ALMA SHAMBLIN…………………….886-9365 Or via e-mail afshamblin@aol.com INC. HOME & SCHOOL KIM FIELD….. ….….884-4502 (School Office) JOB SEARCH SUPPORT HILDA LYONS……icjobsupport@hotmail.com KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS STAN ZGURZYNSKI………….. … 885-5228 LIFE MINISTRY TERESA TRUBILLA……….….……..841-6563 Or via e-mail T2DeskTop@aol.com MEMORIALS-TREE OF LIFE CONNIE HENNESSEY….. ……….. 884-8326 OFFICE VOLUNTEERS IRENE MARTINEZ………………….885-7861 PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY SILVIA RIVERA ...…………………..885-7861 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE CONNIE HENNESSEY……………... 884-8326 SPECIAL EDUCATION ISABEL MORAES……………...…….852-1501 MARY THOMSON………………….. 884-8040 STEWARDSHIP PAUL HUNTER…….………………...854-1171 WELCOMING COMMITTEE

RECEIVING SACRAMENTS BAPTISMS CARMEN CAYON ……………….885-7861 RCIA CARMEN CAYON……….……….885-7861 FIRST EUCHARIST PHILOMENA JOHNSON……….885-7861 CONFIRMATION PHILOMENA JOHNSON…….…885-7861 MARRIAGE PREPARATION FR. PHILIP CLEMENT… .…………...885-7861


Church of the Incarnation FAITH FORMATION NEWS Director of Faith Formation & R.C.I.A.

813-885-7861

Carmen Cayon

Grades Pk-12 Sacrament Preparation & Youth Ministry Philomena Johnson

ccayon@icctampa.org

pjohnson@icctampa.org

Faith Formation Apprentice

Young Adult Ministry

Meg Kanatzar

Fr. Philip Clement

mkanatzar@icctampa.org

fclement@icctampa.org

"Proeliatores Dei" is our parish's young adult group. Young adult parishioners ages 18-28 are welcome to join us every Thursday night from 7:30 - 9:00 in the Lion's Lair for faith, fun, and fraternity. For more information, please go to our website: www.thewarriorsofgod.org or call Fr. Philip at the church office (813-885-7861). We hope to see you there!

Have you ever relaxed to the sounds of monks singing Gregorian Chant? Have you ever allowed it to elevate your spirit in prayer? Gregorian chant was traditionally sung by choirs in churches, or by religious orders in their chapels. It is the traditional music of the Roman Rite performed in the Mass and the monastic Office. We are honored to host Fr. Samuel Weber, O.S.B., an expert in Gregorian Chant, who will share with us his love for sacred music and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Extraordinary Form. Since beginning grade school in 1953, Fr. Weber has been studying and singing Gregorian chant. In April 2008, he became the founder and first director of The Institute of Sacred Music in the Archdiocese of Saint Louis. The Institute of Sacred Music was established by Archbishop Raymond E. Burke to promote the sacred liturgy and Gregorian Chant. The goals of the Institute are to carry out the directives of the Second Vatican Council and papal documents regarding the role of Gregorian Chant and sacred polyphony in the life of the Church. Join us February 21-24 at Incarnation parish for the Latin Mass seminar entitled The Solemn High Mass and Other Liturgies: the Prayers, Rituals and Chants. In this three part seminar, Fr. Weber will speak on the Solemn High Mass, the High Mass, the Low Mass, Gregorian Chant, and the primacy of place of sacred music in the liturgy. He will also give two sessions to train our schola and our altar servers, both of which are open to registrants who may wish to sit in and learn more about how Gregorian Chant is sung and why the altar servers do what they do.

As a most noble closing to this seminar, Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J. will sing a High Mass at 4:30pm on Sunday, February 24, 2013 at Incarnation Church. This will be the first High Mass at Incarnation as we transition to offering the High Mass twice per month in our regular Traditional Latin Mass schedule. It is a high honor to have Fr. Weber visit with us to teach us and train us, and we would love to have you join us for this seminar to learn more about and to help usher in the celebration of the sung High Mass at Incarnation.

WHEN & WHERE PART II PART I

Thursday, February 21, 2013 6:30-8:30pm in the Church

Schola Rehearsal ~ Fr. Weber will be working with our newly formed schola in the church, teaching them the music for Sunday's Sung Mass.

Saturday, February 23, 2013 9:30-11:30am in the Church

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Solemn High Mass and other Liturgies: The Prayers, Rituals & Chants (Session A)

Altar Server Training ~

This is the major part of Fr. Weber's seminar. In this meeting he will address: how to attend the Low Mass, how to attend and understand the High Mass and Solemn High Mass, how to understand other liturgies such as the Requiem Mass, and how to sing Gregorian Chant. You don't want to miss this part! If you are unable to attend Session A, Fr. Weber will repeat this information is Session B (see below).

Saturday, February 23, 2013 6:30-8:30pm in the Church

Solemn High Mass and other Liturgies: The Prayers, Rituals & Chants (Session B) This is a repeat of the morning session

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PART III 1:30-3:00pm in St. Michael's Hall

In this session, Fr. Weber will train the altar servers in serving the Low Mass and, in particular, the High Mass. Time permitting, he will address the role of the MC in the High Mass and Solemn High Mass. While this session is specifically for altar servers, if you're interested in understanding better what they do, you are welcome to sit in on this session


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MASS MINISTERS WORKSHOPS – VARIOUS LOCATIONS March 2, 2013 – 8:30 am to 12:00 noon The Office of Worship is conducting workshops for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC/MESC), Readers/Lectores, and Cantors/ Coros in English and Spanish who serve at Mass in your parish: There will be two (2) EMHC/Reader/Cantor workshops in English: 1. Saturday, March 2, 2013 at St. Anthony the Abbot Parish, Brooksville 2. Saturday, March 2, 2013 at St. Patrick Parish, Tampa There will be one (1) MESC/Lectores/Coros workshop in Español: Spanish, Saturday, March 2, 2013 at St. Anne Parish, Ruskin The workshops begin with hospitality at 8:30 a.m. and then go from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Register on line by February 25, 2013. Click the following link which can be found on the Office of Worship webpage: http://home.catholicweb.com/DOSP_OFW/ index.cfm/NewsItem?ID=239773&From=Home

The Incarnation Council of Catholic Women present ... FRIDAY LENTEN DINNERS March 1, 8, 15 & 22 St. Michael’s Hall 4:30 - 7pm

Take Out Available

Each dinner served with roll, beverage, dessert & choice of two of the following: French Fries, Cole Slaw or

Annual Incarnation Columbiette Auxiliary Bake Sale, Gifts in a Jar & Basket Raffle

February 17, 2013 10:00am – 3:00pm St. Michael’s Hall Cakes, Cupcakes, Cookies, Brownies, Pies, & More MEMORIAL OPPORTUNITY 40 Light Electronic Votive Stand For our Chapel If interested please call Irene at the Parish Office at 813-885-7861

The Jubilee Mass of Thanksgiving with Bishop Robert Lynch honoring couples throughout the diocese who will celebrate their 25th, 50th or more years of marriage during 2013 will take place at St. Catherine of Sienna Parish on Sunday, March 3rd at 3:00pm. A reception with light hors d’oeuvres will follow. This Monday is the last day to pre-register. Contact the parish office 813.885.7861

BLOOD DRIVE THIS SUNDAY! EVERY DONOR GETS A FREE MOVIE TICKET

INCARNATION JOB SUPPORT MINISTRY  NEW MEETING LOCATION!   A en on job seekers, the Incarna on Job Support Group has moved  its mee ngs to the Town & Country Library on Paula Drive.  We meet  on Tuesday’s from 10:30am to 12:30pm.  If you are looking for a job  stop by and see what we have to offer.   

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Quinto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 10 de febrero de 2013 Escuché entonces la voz del Señor que decía: “¿A quién envaré? ¿Quién irá de parte mía?” Yo le respondí: “Aquí estoy, Señor, envíame”. — Isaías 6:8 Domingo 10 de Febrero. Quinto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Reflexionando la Palabra de Dios Todos hemos recibido diversas llamadas por parte de Dios. Nuestra profesión la debemos considerar como una llamada divina a trabajar en el ambiente social en el que nos movemos, a construir un mundo más humano según el designio y la voluntad de Dios, en conformidad con las enseñanzas de los mandamientos. Dios nos ha dado muchas y buenas cualidades para que las pongamos al servicio de los demás, para que por ellas hagamos el mundo agradable y placentero para el ser humano y para que encaminemos al ser humano hacia Dios. Dios, nuestro Padre, nos ha dado todo lo bueno que tenemos para que lo compartamos con los demás, con nuestros hermanos, los seres humanos, hijos de Dios. El matrimonio es una vocación, una llamada a la santidad, a la salvación, a conseguir la felicidad eterna a través del amor auténtico entre los esposos, amor que se prolonga en los hijos. La vocación matrimonial supone una responsabilidad muy grande, ya que si el matrimonio va bien irá bien toda la familia. Y el bienestar de la familia se proyecta en el bienestar de la sociedad. Está, también, la llamada de Dios al sacerdocio. Llamada a ser pescadores de hombres, a dedicarse de una manera especial a salvar a los demás, a administrar los misterios de Dios a través de los sacramentos, a enseñar de una manera más directa el camino que conduce a Dios Padre. Las vocaciones sacerdotales proceden de las familias, de los matrimonios que viven su cristianismo con convencimiento, de las familias auténticamente cristianas. Las familias cristianas se deben sentir muy honradas si ven nacer en ellas vocaciones sacerdotales y a la vida consagrada, jóvenes que se dediquen de una manera especial al servicio de Dios y de los demás anunciando el evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Todos, cada uno en su ambiente, nos deberíamos sentir llamados. No sólo para salvarnos nosotros mismos, sino para ayudar a otros a liberarse de tantas ataduras, a conocer mejor la verdad, a gozarse en la salvación de Dios y acogerla. Eso no se refiere sólo a la vocación sacerdotal o para la vida religiosa. Todo cristiano es testigo y colaborador de Cristo en este mundo, para con las personas que están bajo su círculo de relación: un niño puede ayudar a sus compañeros, una joven puede ejercitar una influencia benéfica y constructiva en su ámbito de amistad y de trabajo, los hijos para con los padres, y los padres para con los hijos, pueden ser testigos facundos de fidelidad y autenticidad humana y cristiana. Los varios servicios y ministerios en una parroquia o comunidad son una vocación para ayudar a los demás. Pidamos a Dios que correspondamos a toda llamada, a toda inspiración que surja en nosotros y que nuestra respuesta positiva contribuya a mejorar el mundo y llevar almas a Dios.

13 de febrero - Las Misas serán: 7:00am, 8:30am (Escuela), 12:10pm, 6:00pm (Español), 7:30pm.

Servicios Litúrgicos durante la Cuaresma Vía Crucis en español todos los viernes a las 5:45pm en la Iglesia. Vía Crucis en inglés los viernes a las 7:30pm.

AYUNO Y ABSTINENCIA DURANTE LA CUARESMA Se les anima a todos los miembros de la Iglesia a cumplir con el ayuno durante la Cuaresma. Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo son días de ayuno y de abstinencia de comer carne. Todos los viernes de Cuaresma son días de penitencia y de abstinencia de comer carne. Todos los Católicos desde 14 años están comprendidos bajo la ley de abstinencia. Todos los Católicos de 18 a 59 años están obligados al ayuno. Si alguna persona debido a una enfermedad o cualquiera otra razón no puede seguir estas regulaciones se le pide que practique cualquier otro sacrificio según su condición.

LA OFICINA DE CULTO DE LA DIÓCESIS Tendrán un Taller en Español para Ministros Extraordinarios de la Sagrada Comunión, Lectores y Coros. Fecha: sábado, 2 de marzo, 2013 de 8:30am-12md Lugar: Iglesia St. Anne en Ruskin. Para inscribirse llamar a la Oficina Parroquial al 813-885-7861.

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TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Cuando era niño mi padre me llevaba al rancho de mi abuelito en México. En una de esas visitas mi abuelo y mis tíos estaban quemando la tierra en su rancho. Mientras el fuego ardía, papa Manuel nos explicaba que era necesario reducir todo en cenizas para que la tierra recobrara sus fuerzas y quedará más fértil. Sin saberlo, mi abuelo me dio la imagen que hasta hoy sostiene mi concepto del Miércoles de Cenizas y de la cuaresma. El Miércoles de Cenizas es la fiesta cristiana que por lo menos doce siglos ha señalado el comienzo de la Cuaresma. No cabe duda que para los Latinos este día es de particular atracción. Es uno de los pocos días del año litúrgico en cual llegamos al templo en masa por tal de recibir las cenizas en la frente. Nosotros somos un pueblo enraizado en la tierra y sabemos que la tierra necesita quemarse de vez en cuando para seguir produciendo. Nosotros como la tierra necesitamos dominarnos y cultivarnos para producir frutos y flores para el Señor y los demás. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Todos los Viernes durante la Cuaresma

1, 8, 15 y 22 de marzo, 2013 Las Damas Católicas de Incarnation (ICCW) como todos los años durante la Cuaresma tendrán la venta de pescado frito. Traiga a toda su familia. Si desea puede poner su orden antes de participar en las Estaciones de la Cruz. Salón St. Michael - Horario: 4:30pm - 7:00pm

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: Gn 1:1-19; Sal 104 (103):1-2a, 5-6, 10, 12, 24, 35c; Mc 6:53-56 Martes: Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Sal 8:4-9; Mc 7:1-13 Miércoles: Jl 2:12-18; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 12-14, 17; 2 Cor 5:20 — 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Jueves: Dt 30:15-20; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Mt 16:13-19 Viernes: Is 58:1-9a; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 18-19; Lc 9:22-25 Sábado: Is 58:9b-14; Sal 86 (85):1-6; Lc 5:27-32 Domingo: Dt 26:4-10; Sal 91 (90):1-2, 10-15; Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13

El Ministerio de Teatro de Incarnation los invita a que formen parte de el Vía Crucis Viviente que se llevara a cabo el viernes Santo. Los ensayos serán todos los domingos después de la Misa de 1:30pm en los patios de campo de la escuela. Si deseas ayudar de otra manera puedes contactar a Johhatan Fernández, Bertica Juanpere, o Tito Bello.

ICC Bulletin 02102013  

Incarnation Catholic Church bulletin for February 10, 2013

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