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CHURCH OF THE

INCARNATION 8220 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. • TAMPA, FLORIDA 33615 http://www.icctampa.org

Phone: 813- 885-7861

5124 Gateway Drive (mailing address) • Fax: (813) 884-3624  

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

 

Clergy - 813-885-7861

Monday - Friday

Rev. Michael Suszynski, Pastor Rev. Diego Ossa, Parochial Vicar Rev. Philip Clement, Parochial Vicar Deacon Joseph Krzanowski Deacon Frank Julian Deacon Pablo Maldonado

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time August 28, 2011 Be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect. — Romans 12:2

Staff - 813-885-7861 Paul Hunter Parish Business Administrator iccphunter@tampabay.rr.com Dave Arnold Facility Manager - 919-4284 iccdave@tampabay.rr.com Irene Martinez Parish Secretary/Bulletin Editor irenemartz@tampabay.rr.com Silvia Rivera Receptionist/ Asst Editor iccsrive@tampabay.rr.com Donal Noonan Music Director donal@tampabay.rr.com Carmen Cayon Director of Faith Formation carmen_dre@tampabay.rr.com Philomena Johnson Grades Pk-12 ; Sacrament Preparation & Youth Ministry pjohnson@icctampa.org

INCARNATION SCHOOL

9am - 4pm

THE CROSS OF JESUS The perception of a cross changed dramatically after Jesus’ crucifixion. Before that event, death on a cross was not only horrible, it was degrading. It was a penalty reserved only for the most wretched of criminals. The word “glory” would not have found its way into the same sentence containing the word “cross.” But all that changed with Jesus. Over time, believers began to venerate and honor the cross. They painted, sculpted, and carved images of it. Many lost their own lives for their association with it. Today our reverence for and relationship with the cross recalls little of the con-

tempt originally associated with it. As it has been through the ages, it is our perception of the cross that determines how we follow Jesus. © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.

THIS WEEKEND WE ARE TAKING UP A COLLECTION FOR SOMALIA RELIEF. Please make all checks payable to Diocese of St. Petersburg and note on the memo area of your check that the donation is intended for "SOMALIA RELIEF" Please join us for fellowship, coffee and donuts in St. Michael’s Hall after morning Mass! MASS SCHEDULE Monday through Friday - 7am & 8:30am

Misas en Español:

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

Cada domingo a la 1:30pm

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am (signed), 12pm

Cada viernes a las 6:30 pm

DEVOTIONS:

813 884-4502

http://www.icstampa.org Mr. Michael Zelenka, Principal 

Morning Prayer Group: Liturgy of the Hours Mon., Tue., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. from 8:10am - 8:25am First Friday Adoration following the 8:30 am Mass until 6:15pm Rosary every Thursday at 11:30am in the chapel Rosario en español cada jueves a las 7:00pm en la capilla

CONFESSIONS: Saturday - 2:30 to 3:30pm in the Church


Church of the Incarnation, Tampa, FL

Phone: (813) 885-7861

THIS WEEKEND WE ARE TAKING UP A SPECIAL COLLECTION FOR SOMALIA RELIEF.

Please make all checks payable to Diocese of St. Petersburg and note on the memo area of your check that the donation is intended for "SOMALIA RELIEF” Photos courtesy of : www.chrf.org/somalia.

TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — The name of the LORD has become like fire burning in Jeremiah’s heart (Jeremiah 20:7-9). Psalm — My soul is thirsting for you, O Lord my God (Psalm 63). Second Reading — Be transformed; renew your mind; discern what is good (Romans 12:1-2). Gospel — Those who lose their lives for Jesus’ sake will find them (Matthew 16:21-27).

Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

READINGS FOR THE WEEK 1 Thes 4:13-18; Mk 6:17-29 1 Thes 5:1-6, 9-11; Lk 4:31-37 Col 1:1-8; Lk 4:38-44 Col 1:9-14; Lk 5:1-11 Col 1:15-20; Lk 5:33-39 Col 1:21-23; Lk 6:1-5 Ez 33:7-9; Ps 95; Rom 13:8-10; Mt 18:15-20

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time Monday: The Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist Tuesday: Eid al-Fit’r (Islamic feast of the conclusion of Ramadan) celebrated this week Friday: First Friday Saturday: St. Gregory the Great; First Saturday

NEXT WEEKEND IS THE MISSIONARY COOPERATIVE APPEAL WEEKEND TO BENEFIT THE APOSTLES OF JESUS/ ST. AMBROSE CLINIC. Fr. Peter Bwayo will be preaching at all Masses! Page 2

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Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

† Mass Intentions † SUNDAY - AUGUST 28 - TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 7:30 A.M. +James Stitt by Wife 9:00 A.M. PEOPLE OF INCARNATION 10:30 A.M. +Lois Fedon by John and Arlene Wille and Family 12:00 P.M. (SI) Esther Olson by Krick Family 1:30 P.M. +Jose Bienvenido by Rosa Genao MONDAY - AUGUST 29 - THE MARTYRDOM OF JOHN THE BAPTIST 7:00 A.M. +Carol Watson by Lowell Watson 8:30 A.M. +Dorothy Fetrow by Elaine and Christine TUESDAY - AUGUST 30 7:00 A.M. (SI) Alex D’Angelo by Family 8:30 A.M. +Martin Haitz by Family WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 31 7:00 A.M. +Manuel Rodriguez by Daughters 8:30 A.M. +Richard Dooley by Incarnation School Staff THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 1 7:00 A.M. +Ramon Olivo by Jose Olivo and Family 8:30 A.M. +Dorothy Fetrow by Mary Perkinson and Eileen FRIDAY - SEPTEMBER 2 7:00 A.M. +Graciela Armayor by Richard Armayor 8:30 A.M. (SI) Christopher Rivera by Friends 6:30 P.M. +Mercedes Maldonado by Family SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 3 - ST. GREGORY THE GREAT, POPE 8:30 A.M. +Carol Geary by Daughters 4:30 P.M. +Mary and +Mose Taylor by Mark Taylor SUNDAY - SEPTEMBER 4 - TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 7:30 A.M. +Stan Bufkin by Members of ICCW 9:00 A.M. (SI) Ralph and Martha Cerra 50th Wedding Anniversary 10:30 A.M. PEOPLE OF INCARNATION 12:00 P.M. +Rosalia Reyes by Family 1:30 P.M. +Hugo and +Wilfredo Hernandez by Family

SACRIFICIAL GIFTS OF TREASURE OFFERTORY (First Collection) is used solely for the operation and maintenance of the parish. Weekly Target ................................................. $23,000.00 08/20/2011 Offertory Donations .................... $18,955.00 Tuition Assistance ........................................... $ 50.00 Helping Hand ................................................... $ 167.00 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.

August 28, 2011

Sick Prayer List: New names appear in bold. Other than critical or terminal conditions, the names will remain on this list for 30 days. Please help us keep our prayer list current. If you would like to add a name, e-mail Silvia Rivera at: iccsrive@tampabay.rr.com or call the office. Please pray also for our parishioners who are in hospitals, nursing homes and our shut ins. Annlee Acevedo Patricia Alfonso Linda Alvarez Pablo Aviles Brent Benson Suzanne Bessler Kelly Bianchi Gene Biittner David Boyd Alice V. Brown Kenneth Brown Margaret Brown Ted Brown Stan Bufkin Marty Butler III Pat Butler Jeanne Calvert Linda Casarez Tony Castro Delma Chimelis Ray Chiarmonte Mary Childers Mike Childers Mendel Claxton Julia Colon Eddie Contreras Lincoln Corra Joy Covalesky Bob Cramer Jacqueline Cramer Dora Cuellar John Dawes Marta De La Rosa Christopher Dempsey Sara Desrocher Lucy Dietz Raymond Diez Joseph Dintino Lorraine Dodson Amy Donovan Shirley Duran Dylan Edward Daren R. Engelberger

Manuel Escamilla Tom Esgro Kathy Fitzgerald Lila Frankeo Albert Frietzsche Bertha Fyda William Gareau Sheila Gildea Cassidy Gonzalez Luis Gonzalez Maria Gonzalez Marleny Gonzalez Paula Hague Leonard Hamilton Patrick Hardy Robert Hasty Steven Harman Greg Jackson Trudy Jorge Rodrigo Jurado Colleen Kramer Mimi Kuhla Mary Larkin Daniela C. LaRosa Florence Lasswell Grace Leiva Frank Lettiere Michael Lloyd Paige Macfarlane Andea Maleska Ana Mariscano Dolores Mastrino Pat Munroe Noah Nero Kathleen Newell Ernesto Nieves Mila Oquendo Bernie Owens Barbara Painter Maria A. Patton JR Pearce Angelo Perez Carol Perez

Ana C. Pineira Peter Proley Lydia Quesada Bill Ramputi Evette Reas John Reitzel Bob Remick Ivan Reyes Violet Riche Carmen Rivera Irvin Rivera, Jr. Christopher Rivera Zoraida Rivera Maria Robles Evaristo Rodriguez Ewen Rosale Humberto Sanchez Kiki Santiago Flora Santos Miguel Santos Kaylala Silva Anne Marie Sims Noah Spivey Mildred Sylvester Janet Taylor Ardith Ternes Sheli Thomas Bridget Thompson Valerie Topmiller Rhoda Toscano Doug Trent Adrian Valentin Bridget Vitto Maria Vizcarra Robert Walton Jerry Wegman Ty Wegman Selwyn Williams Steven Yudicky Lillian Zayas Laura

08/20/2011 Renovation Donations .................... $ 2,109.00

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY! If you have any questions about our finances or parish renovation activities, please contact Business Manager, Paul Hunter at 813-885-7861 or by e-mail: iccphunter@tampabay.rr.com.

SGT Robert Caruso, Iraq SSGT Angelique Vazquez, Japan LCPL Almoris E. Lugo, Jr. SPC Ryan Wegman, Iraq PFC Joshua Luckey, Afghanistan SGT Michael Haley

CPT Raymundo Resendez PFC James Blackwelder, Afghanistan Terry Stegman, Afghanistan MAJ Marty Maldonado, Afghanistan CW2 William Garcia, Afghanistan David Valencia

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Church of the Incarnation, Tampa, FL

Phone: (813) 885-7861

FAITH FORMATION STAFF Director of Faith Formation & R.C.I.A. Carmen Cayon carmen_dre@tampabay.rr.com

Grades Pk-12 ; Sacrament Preparation & Youth Ministry Philomena Johnson pjohnson@icctampa.org

Co-Peer Minister Administrative Assistant Jane Rullier jrullier@icctampa.org

813-885-7861 FAITH FORMATION BEGINS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH

Grades 1st – 5th – English Sessions are from 10:15AM – 11:45AM Grades 1st – 5th – Bilingual Sessions are from 12:00PM – 1:15PM Grades 6th – 12th Sessions are on SUNDAY 4:30PM – 6:00PM ****Please note changes for when we gather for sessions this year. If you would like to volunteer in Faith Formation this year please contact Philomena Johnson in the Faith Formation Office at 885 -7861. ALL PARENTS ARE INVITED TO JOIN THEIR CHILD ON SEPT 11TH FOR AN OPEN HOUSE. Take this opportunity to meet their catechist and find out what they will be learning about this year in Faith Formation. It’s still not too late to register your child for Faith Formation Sessions this year. Registration will be held in St. Francis Room on Sept. 11th from 9:00AM – Noon and 3:00-5:00PM

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Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 28, 2011

Incarnation Catholic School “Preparing Students for the Future”

Incarnation Catholic School Opens the 2011-12 School Year on August 22, 2011!   ‐Spaces Are Still Available! Register Today! -Pre-K through 8th Grade Catholic Education -In-Parish Tuition is an affordable $5,250 (much lower than other schools and no other hidden costs) -We accept Florida School Choice Step Up For Students Scholarships -Guided tours are available 5111 Webb Road Tampa, FL 33615

-2nd, 3rd and 4th Child Discounts are afforded to families with multiple children attending ICS

Phone: 813.884.4502 Fax: 813.885.3734 Website: http://www.icstampa.org/

-We have morning care (before school, free of charge) and after school care (until 6:00 p.m. for a fee)

Inspiring life-long learners Challenging each individual to develop spiritually Striving to serve each other and the community

-Contact the school by phone: 813.884.4502 or email: icsmmood@icstampa.org for more information! Become who God created you to be at ICS.

GIVE BACK TO SCHOOL - Citrus Park Mall Contest Citrus Park Mall is sponsoring a "Give Back to School" Contest from August 1 to September 12. There is still plenty of time to help Incarnation Catholic School bring home the $2,500.00 cash prize. Visit: http://www.westfield.com/ citruspark/specialoffers/GiveBackToSchool.html for more information and shop at Citrus Park Mall to help ICS! Just stop by the Westfield Concierge or Management Office to log your receipts for ICS to receive points (Concierge days and hours: Tuesday - Thursday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm; Friday - Saturday: 10:00am - 9:00pm; Sunday: 12:00pm 6:00pm). Thank you for your support of Incarnation Catholic School! Page 5


Church of the Incarnation, Tampa, FL

Job Search Support Ministry The Incarnation Job Search Support Ministry meets on Tuesday mornings from 9 to 11 at their new location in St. Brendan’s Rm the office next to St. Michael’s Hall.

Phone: (813) 885-7861

PARISH ACTIVITIES SUNDAY - AUGUST 28 FELLOWSHIP, COFFEE AND DONUTS IN ST. MICHAEL’S HALL MONDAY - AUGUST 29 TUESDAY - AUGUST 30 9:00 A.M. Job Search Support Group 7:00 P.M. Alcoholics Anonymous 7:00 P.M. Spanish Prayer Group WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 31 7:00 P.M. Alcoholics Anonymous 7:00 P.M. Al-Anon 7:00 P.M. Al-Anon Spanish 7:30 P.M. Spanish Choir THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 1 9:00 A.M. Legion of Mary 11:30 A.M. Our Lady of Mercy Prayer Group 7:00 P.M. Spanish Intercessions Group FRIDAY - SEPTEMBER 2 7:00 P.M. Spanish Youth Group SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 3 7:00 P.M. Spanish Young Adults

St. Brendan St. Patrick’s Room St. Michael’s Hall St. Patrick’s Room St. John’s Room St. Francis Room 1 Music Room St. Brendan Chapel Chapel St. Patrick’s Room St. Patrick’s Room

ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE

September 3/4 4:30 pm:

NO SCHEDULE AVAILABLE

7:30 am: 9:00 am: 10:30 am: 12:00 pm:

Anointing of the Sick gives spiritual strength in the face of suffering. A Parish priest is on call 24 hrs. in cases of emergency. 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.

HOMEBOUND & HOSPITAL MINISTRY - Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring Holy Communion to the sick AT HOME or in TOWN ’N COUNTRY HOSPITAL. Please call the Parish Office at 885-7861 to make arrangements.

LITURGY GROUPS ALTAR SERVERS DAVID SMITH……………………….885-7861 KAITLIN JOHNSON………………………….885-7861 Or via e-mail iccaltarservers@gmail.com EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS DEACON JOE KRZANOWSKI…….. 885-7861 READERS WILL BERAN ………………………. 882-0178 MUSIC DIRECTOR DONAL NOONAN………….…..……885-7861 ENVIRONMENT/ART LINDA GRIFFITH……………884-1217 CONNIE HENNESSEY ………………...884-8326 USHERS RAY POMPONIO…………………...884-1366 VISITORS OF THE SICK FR. PHILIP CLEMENT...….………. 885-7861

PARISH ORGANIZATIONS BIBLE STUDY CARMEN CAYON…….………….... 885-7861 CARNIVAL PAUL/NORMA HUNTER …………...854-1171 COFFEE & DONUTS ALMA SHAMBLIN…………………..886-9365 Or via e-mail afshamblin@aol.com 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 FELIX CAYON………………….. … 884-4052 MEMORIALS-TREE OF LIFE CONNIE HENNESSEY….. ……….. 884-8326 OFFICE VOLUNTEERS IRENE MARTINEZ………………….885-7861 PRAYER GROUP ANA MARSICANO…………………..886-0091 PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY SILVIA RIVERA ...…………………..885-7861 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE CONNIE HENNESSEY……………... 884-8326 RESPECT LIFE THERESA KNECHT………………....290-0064 SCRIP SANDY REY…...…………………….884-4502 SPECIAL EDUCATION ISABEL MORAES……………...…….852-1501 MARY THOMSON………………….. 884-8040 STEWARDSHIP PAUL HUNTER…….………………...854-1171 VOCATIONS COMMITTEE MICHELE & ROGER CARUSO……..962-4556 WELCOMING COMMITTEE EVELYN ROBERTS…………………886-6436 & DORIS WHITTLE………………...920-1089

RECEIVING SACRAMENTS

TREE OF LIFE - MEMORIALS 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. Page 6

BAPTISMS CARMEN CAYON ……………….885-7861 RCIA CARMEN CAYON……….……….885-7861 FIRST EUCHARIST PHILOMENA JOHNSON……….887-5110 CONFIRMATION PHILOMENA JOHNSON…….…887-5110 MARRIAGE PREPARATION FR. PHILIP CLEMENT… .…………...885-7861 To receive Sacraments you must be registered in the parish. Registration forms are available at the Welcome Table in St. Michael’s Hall on Sunday mornings or at the Parish Office during the Week.

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Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 28, 2011

The Office of Worship conducts workshops for Readers and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC) who serve at Mass. Those who are preparing for or just entering either of these ministries are encouraged to attend one of these sessions. Any current EMHC and Readers who might want to participate for a “refresher” are welcome. New for this workshop we are including hospitality ministers: Ushers and Greeters. Workshop in Spanish: Saturday, September 17, 2011- Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Tampa

• 8:30 a.m. - Registration & Hospitality • 9:00 a.m. – Prayer & Breakout Sessions • 12:00 p.m. - Adjourn Workshops in English: Friday, September 16, 2011 - St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Tampa

• 6:45 p.m. - Registration & Hospitality • 7:00 p.m. - Prayer & Breakout Sessions (Cantors included) • 9:30 p.m. - Adjourn8:30 a.m. - Registration & Hospitality Workshop in English: Saturday, September 17, 2011 - Cathedral of St. Jude, St. Petersburg

• 8:30 a.m. - Registration & Hospitality • 9:00 a.m. - Prayer & Breakout Sessions (Cantors included) • 12:00 p.m. - Adjourn

Prayer for Protection against Storms & Hurricanes Our Father in Heaven through the intercession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, spare us during this Hurricane season from all harm. Protect us and our homes from all disasters of nature. Our Lady of Prompt Succor, hasten to help us. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen

Liturgical Bits & Bytes

SACRIFICE

Joining in one common act of worship is essential to the proper understanding of the Mass as a sacrifice. There is only one acceptable sacrifice in the New Testament – that of Christ himself. The Mass is a sacrifice because it brings us into contact with that eternal sacrifice of Christ. We share in the sacrifice by joining ourselves to Christ’s act of worship of the Father. There are obviously great depths of meaning linked to our sharing in this sacrificial act of worship. This brings us to the heart of Christianity and the heart of the Eucharist. The death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus is the central fact of history and the central theme of Christian spirituality. Thus full, active participation in Christ’s act of worship is the basic goal of liturgy. It is through that action that we are transformed. Copyright © 2008 Resource Publications, Inc. All rights reserved.

Saturday, Sept. 3 from Monday, Sept. 19 from Saturday, Sept. 24 from

SAVE THE DATE! 9am - 10:30am 7pm - 8:30pm 9am - 10:30am

Fr. Clement will be offering instruction on the REVISED Roman Missal on these dates in the church. All are welcome! Page 7


Church of the Incarnation, Tampa, FL “BU“BUILDING THE KINGDOM!!” 1ST ANNUAL PARISH PICNIC COME join us under the Pavilion to meet your “pew neighbor” while seeing all that our Parish offers you and your family through our different Parish Ministries. There will be food, drinks, deserts, games, music and much more!! Mark your calendars for SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Please continue to check the bulletin for updates and further information.

Blessed Prayer Shawls are available for anyone that you know who could use one. You can pick up a request form in the Church narthex or in the Parish Office. All parishioners are asked to pray for all those who have received a prayer shawl from Incarnation Prayer Shawl Ministry. The next Prayer Shawl Ministry Gathering is September 11, 7-8:30pm in the Faith Formation Office. All parishioners are invited and the only talent you need is to be able to pray. Please join us!

Phone: (813) 885-7861

The Monthly Food Collection is next weekend.

First Friday Adoration

Please bring non perishables and place them in the plastic bins located in the church foyer. Or, you can put a monetary donation in the Helping Hand Boxes located at the rear of the church. Thank You!

This Friday in the Chapel after the 8:30 am Mass to 4:30am, Saturday. A Spanish Mass will be celebrated at 5:00am. Please maintain silent reverence...no talking or communal prayers.

MANDATORY MEETINGS! THIS MONDAY ALL MINISTRY & ORGANIZATION LEADERS ARE CALLED TO ATTEND A MEETING WITH OUR PASTOR, FR. MICHAEL. THE MEETING WILL BE HELD IN ST. MICHAEL’S HALL FROM 7 TO 8PM. PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE AS THE MEETING WILL START PROMPTLY AT 7PM. THIS MEETING IS MANDATORY AND ATTENDANCE WILL BE TAKEN.

September 12, 2011, 7-8 p.m. In the Church

Liturgical Ministers Meeting

Eucharistic Ministers, Readers and Ushers are asked to attend this meeting with Fr. Michael. CRAFTERS NEEDED! The Incarnation Council of Catholic Women will host its Annual Arts and Crafts Festival Sunday, November 13, 2011. Exhibitors interested can contact Connie Hennessey at 813-884-8326. Do not wait; there are limited inside/outside spaces available! Event Description: A fun filled Arts and Crafts Festival featuring music, delicious food and an art fair. Nice family event! Page 8

USED REFRIGERATORS NEEDED Color and appearance do not matter as long as they get cold. These will be used for the Carnival next year. We can pick them up if you can get them outside of your house. You will receive credit for a donation. Contact Paul Hunter at the parish office. 885-7861 on the web @ www.icctampa.org


Vigésimo segundo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 28 de agosto de 2011 Dejen que una nueva manera de pensar los transforme internamente, para que sepan distinguir cuál es la voluntad de Dios, es decir, lo que es bueno, lo que le agrada, lo perfecto. — Romanos 12:2 Colecta de Alimentos Enlatados El próximo fin de semana estaremos colectando productos enlatados para el Banco de Alimentos de la Iglesia Luterana de Our Savior, el cual ayuda a muchas familias de esta área de Town ‘N Country. ¡Gracias! FIESTA DE LA CARIDAD DEL COBRE La celebración diocesana de Ntra. Señora de la Caridad del Cobre, patrona de Cuba, será en nuestra parroquia de Incarnation, el sábado, 10 de septiembre a las 7:00PM. Homilía Rev. Juan Sosa de la Parroquia San José en Miami Beach, Florida. La Misa será dedicada a los de Peter Pan. Todos están invitados. FESTIVAL DE ARTESANíA Y MANUALIDADES ¡Se necesitan exhibidores! El Consejo de Damas Católicas de Incarnation esta patrocinando el Festival de Artesanía y Manualidades en el Salón St. Michael–Para información por favor llame a Connie Hennessey al 813-884-8326. Solo hay una cantidad limitada de espacios disponibles.

SE NECESITAN REFRIGERADORES La apariencia física no importa pero si es importante que la unidad enfrié. Estos se utilizarán para el Carnaval el año próximo. Nosotros podemos recogerles si lo pueden sacar fuera de su casa. Usted recibirá crédito por su donación. Póngase en contacto con Paul Hunter en la Oficina Parroquial al 813-885-7861. ¡PINELLAS HOPE NECESITA AYUDA! Marque su Calendario! Pinellas Hope es un refugio para los desamparados en el Condado de Pinellas, es un ministerio de Misericordia de la diócesis. Nuestra parroquia se ha ofrecido para ayudar a alimentar a estas personas sin hogar en Pinellas Hope el martes, 27 de septiembre y el domingo, 4 de diciembre. Más información en los próximos boletines. EXPOSICIÓN DEL SANTÍSIMO SACRAMENTO Este viernes en nuestra Capilla de 9:00am hasta las 6:15pm y de 7:30pm a 4:30am para luego concluir con la Misa a las 5:00am. Esta es una excelente oportunidad para que nos acompañen en oración. Por favor procuren mantener un ambiente de ORACIÓN y SILENCIO durante la Exposición en la capilla.

LA OFICINA DE CULTO DE LA DIÓCESIS Tendrán un Taller en Español para Ministros Extraordinarios de la Sagrada Comunión, Lectores, y nuevo para este taller estamos incluyendo a los ministros de hospitalidad y ujieres. Fecha: sábado, 17 de septiembre, 2011 de 8:30am –12md Lugar: Iglesia Our Lady of Perpetual Help en Ybor City. Para inscribirse llamar a la Oficina Parroquial al 813-885-7861.

MINISTERIO DEL CHAL DE ORACIÓN El Ministerio del Chal de Oración (Prayer Shawl Ministry) se reúne todos los 2° y 4° martes del mes a las 7:00PM en la nueva Oficina de Formación de Fe. Todos están invitados a participar. Para más información o para solicitar un chal o manta para un enfermo, por favor comuníquese con Silvia Rivera en la oficina parroquial al 813-885-7861.

FORMACIÓN DE FE COMIENZA EL DOMINGO, 11 DE SEPTIEMBRE

Grados 1 – 5–Sesiones en Inglés de 10:15AM – 11:45AM Grados 1 – 5–Sesiones Bilingües de 12:00PM – 1:15PM Grados 6 – 12–Sesiones son el domingo de 4:30PM–6:00PM ****Por Favor fíjese en el cambio de horario para las sesiones de este año. Aún esta a tiempo para inscribir a su hijo/a para las sesiones de Formación de Fe este año. Inscripciones se llevarán a cabo en el Salón St. Francis el 11 de septiembre de 9:00am ̶12:00md y de 3:00pm ̶5:00pm.

RETIRO EMAUS-MUJERES Sept.16-18, 2011 Les invitamos a participar en nuestro Primer retiro Emaús para mujeres de nuestra parroquia. Sept.16-18, 2011 Es necesario previa registración. Solicite una ficha a uno de los hermanos Emaús de la Parroquia, o llame a la Oficina Parroquial y hable con Sylvia Rivera Pg 9


28 de agosto de 2011

Misa Diocesana Hispana 2011 Dedicada a Nuestra Señora de la Merced Patrona de Perú Sábado, 15 de octubre 2011 Catedral de San Judas 5815 5th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 10:00AM-Santo Rosario 10:30AM procesión de Banderas 11:00AM Misa

1 de octubre ♦ Santa Teresa de Lisieux Nació en una pequeña cuidad de Francia en el siglo XIX. Desde muy pequeña sintió la vocación a la vida contemplativa. Con permiso especial del Papa, logro entrar en un monasterio de carmelitas antes de la edad permitida. A los nueve años de vida religiosa murió de tuberculosis. Llego a ser santa a base de abandonarse con plena confianza como niña pequeña en las manos de Dios. Es doctora de la Iglesia y patrona de las misiones. ¿En qué momento sentiste la llamada de Dios a servirle? ¿Respondiste inmediatamente?

Sabías que… A los primeros cristianos se les acusó de ser ateos por negarse a dar culto a los dioses.

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LA CRUZ DE JESÚS La percepción de una cruz cambió dramáticamente después de la crucifixión de Jesús. Antes de ese suceso, la muerte en una cruz no era tan solo horrible, sino que era degradante. Era un castigo reservado únicamente para los más horrendos criminales. La palabra “gloria” no habría hallado su lugar en una oración que contuviera la palabra “cruz”. Mas todo esto cambió con Jesús. Con el pasar del tiempo, los creyentes comenzaron a venerar y a honrar la Cruz. La pintaron, esculpieron, y tallaron imágenes de la misma. Muchos perdieron su vida por asociarse con ella. Hoy nuestra reverencia y relación con la cruz poco recuerda el desprecio al que originalmente estuvo asociada. Con el curso de los años, es nuestra percepción de la Cruz la que determina cómo seguimos a Jesús. © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: 1 Tes 4:13-18; Mc 6:17-29 Martes: 1 Tes 5:1-6, 9-11; Lc 4:31-37 Miércoles: Col 1:1-8; Lc 4:38-44 Jueves: Col 1:9-14; Lc 5:1-11 Viernes: Col 1:15-20; Lc 5:33-39 Sábado: Col 1:21-23; Lc 6:1-5 Domingo: Ez 33:7-9; Sal 95 (94); Rom 13:8-10; Mt 18:15-20


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