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CHURCH OF THE

INCARNATION 8220 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. • TAMPA, FLORIDA 33615 http://www.icctampa.org Clergy - 813-885-7861 Very Rev. Michael Suszynski, Pastor Rev. Diego Ossa, Parochial Vicar Rev. Philip Clement, Parochial Vicar Deacon Joseph Krzanowski Deacon Frank Julian Deacon Pablo Maldonado

Phone: 813- 885-7861

5124 Gateway Drive (mailing address) • Fax: (813) 884-3624 PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm November 20, 2011

Christ the King

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 dnoonan@icctampa.org Carmen Cayon

Director of Faith Formation carmen_dre@tampabay.rr.com Philomena Johnson

Grades Pk-12 ; Sacrament Preparation & Youth Ministry pjohnson@icctampa.org Jane Rullier Co-Peer Minister Administrative Assistant jrullier@icctampa.org

Monday through Friday - 7am & 8:30am

MASS SCHEDULE 

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

INCARNATION SCHOOL

813 884-4502 http://www.icstampa.org Mr. Michael Zelenka, Principal

DEVOTIONS: 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: Saturdays - 2:30 to 3:30pm in the Church


Church of the Incarnation, Tampa, FL

Phone: (813) 885-7861

Incarnation Parish celebrated The Rite of Confirmation on Nov. 13, 2011. We were blessed with the following adults who are now fully initiated Catholic parishioners. Thank you to Father Michael Suszynski for celebrating this Rite and to Deacon Frank Julian who prepared these adults for this wonderful day. Daniel Bandy (Made a profession of Faith into the Catholic Church) Aylene Bula Aidamid Cruz Zaida Gonzalez-Carvalho Cindy Gonzalez Josephine Quezada Suzanne Jenanne Kelly-Rodriguez Beatriz Vega Emily Ann Velez If you are an adult who would like to be confirmed into the Catholic faith, please call Carmen Cayon at the parish office or email her at ccayon@icctampa.com for an interview. Classes for Confirmation preparation for adults will begin again in January.

Thank you to everyone who supported the Arts & Crafts Festival last weekend!

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Our Lord Jesus Christ the King

† Mass Intentions † SUNDAY - NOVEMBER 20 - OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST THE KING 7:30 A.M. +James Parker by Mom and Dad 9:00 A.M. +Mary Adele Wilson by Walter and Geri Stapleton 10:30 A.M. +Deceased Members of ICCW by ICCW 12:00 P.M. PEOPLE OF INCARNATION 1:30 P.M. +Souls in Purgatory by Rosa Genao MONDAY - NOVEMBER 21 - THE PRESENTATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 7:00 A.M. +Rafael Ferrer by Heran Hernandez and Family 8:30 A.M. (SI) Grace Gocon by Mom TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 22 - ST. CECILIA, VIRGIN AND MARTYR 7:00 A.M. (SI) Joyce Kielpinski by Regina Gregory 8:30 A.M. +Lazaro Soldo by Jorge Rey WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 23 - ST. CLEMENT 1, POPE AND MARTYR 7:00 A.M. +All Souls 8:30 A.M. +Lazar Philip by Beena Thomas THURSDAY - NOVEMBER 24 - ST. ANDREW DUNG-LAC, PRIEST AND MARTYR 7:00 A.M. NO MASS 8:30 A.M. +Pablo and +Ana Perilla by Family FRIDAY - NOVEMBER 25 - ST. CATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA 7:00 A.M. 8:30 A.M. +Veronica V. Gonzalez by Carmen and Angel Gonzalez 6:30 P.M. +Emilio Urena by Daughters SATURDAY - NOVEMBER 26 8:30 A.M. (SI) Conrad Vinalon, Sr. by Family 4:30 P.M. +Victor Gergel by Donald Costello SUNDAY - NOVEMBER 27 - FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT 7:30 A.M. PEOPLE OF INCARNATION 9:00 A.M. +Manny Garcia by Alexis 10:30 A.M. +Jay Cerra by Cerra Family 12:00 P.M. +Osvaldo Castro by Hilda Lyons 1:30 P.M. +Belkis Guerrero 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 11/13/2011 Offertory Donations .................... $19,761.78 Shortfall ............................................................ $ 3,238.22 Tuition Assistance ........................................... $ 899.00 Helping Hand ................................................... $ 57.00 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.

November 20, 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. Sheila Gildea Kirk Goetz Maria Gonzalez Paula Hague Patrick Hardy Robert Hasty Steven Harman Greg Jackson Doris Jansen Cal Johnson Trudy Jorge Rodrigo Jurado Colleen Kramer Sue Ellen Krick Jim and Gail Colegrove Mimi Kuhla Barbara Cunningham Ann Kuratnick Marta De La Rosa Mary Larkin Wandy Del Valle Daniela C. LaRosa Christopher Dempsey Grace Leiva Sara Desrocher Michael Lloyd Gail Diestler Paige Macfarlane Joseph Dintino Matthew T. McLane, Sr. Tammy Dominguez Andrea Mkleska Sr. Anne Dupuis Beba Montero Shirley Duran Noah Nero Dylan Edward Linda Nicholas Manuel Escamilla Fr. Jonathan Niehaus Tom Esgro JR Pearce Mary Ferreira Angelo Perez Bertha Fyda Carol Perez William Gareau Tom Phillips Mary Gibson Anne Patchil Betty Alberico David Boyd Mariana Brandao Alice V. Brown Kenneth Brown Jose Caldevilla Linda Casarez Kathy Castle Zachary Cayon Ray Chiarmonte Delma Chimelis Mary Childers Mike Childers Frank Chinchar

Peter Proley Lydia Quesada Evette Reas Violet Riche Christopher Rivera Irvin Rivera, Jr. Delores Roberta Maria Robles Evaristo Rodriguez Ewen Rosale Humberto Sanchez Kiki Santiago Brenda Sandy Gina Schmidt Kaylala Silva Bill and Angie Spink

Noah Spivey Howard Stables Janet Taylor Sheli Thomas Jaime Torres Rhoda Toscano Adrian Valentin Thomas Vassil Joan Vassil Jerry Wegman Ty Wegman Selwyn Williams Steven Yudicky Bruno Zabuka

11/13/2011 Renovation Donations .................... $ 2,415.50

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY! If you have any questions about our finances or parish renovation activities, please contact Business Manager, Paul Hunter at 813-8857861 or by e-mail: iccphunter@tampabay.rr.com.

EVERY DOLLAR $ MATTERS! Don’t forget to put your $1 in the 2nd collection basket. Thank you! DEADLINE 12PM!

SSGT Angelique Vazquez, Japan LCPL Almoris E. Lugo, Jr. SGT Ryan Wegman, Iraq PFC Joshua Luckey, Afghanistan

PFC James Blackwelder, Afghanistan MAJ Marty Maldonado, Afghanistan CW2 William Garcia, Afghanistan David Valencia

We are happy to report that Terry Stegman is back home safe from his tour of duty in Afghanistan! Thanks for your prayers

BULLETIN DEADLINE The deadline to submit announcements for the Dec. 4th bulletin is this Tuesday. Email written announcements to irenemartz@tampabay.rr.com.

Rest in peace…. Victoria Ritorto (11/07/2011) Anthony J. Valenti (10/19/2011) Roger Urbanski (11/05/11) Page 3


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

Co-Peer Minister Administrative Assistant

Grades Pk-12 Sacrament Preparation & Youth Ministry

Jane Rullier jrullier@icctampa.org

Philomena Johnson pjohnson@icctampa.org

WE ARE LOCATED NEXT TO THE PARISH OFFICE! HOURS: Mon to Thurs: 10am to 3pm Faith Formation Office is looking for families to help put the Thanksgiving Baskets together, for the poor and needy of our Parish, this Monday evening at 6PM in St. Michael’s Hall. A HUGE THANK YOU to Donal and the choir for their beautiful music and help in getting all the food donations for the needy of our Parish.

There are NO Faith Formation Sessions on Sunday, November 27th & Sunday, Dec. 4th.

Our Lord Jesus Christ the King November 20, 2011 “I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink.” — Matthew 25:35

THE SHEPHERD KING The job of shepherd and the job of king couldn’t be more different from each other. Shepherds are on the lowest rung of society, kings are at the top. But God says, through the prophet Ezekiel, that the Messiah will lead in a way very different from earthly authorities who lord it over their people and cause harm with their poor leadership. Our King takes on the job himself. Christ, like a shepherd, will give rest, seek out the lost, bring back the strayed and scattered ones. He will heal the wounded and bind up the injured. He does not delegate, but will “shepherd them rightly.” We have a king who cares for us and who is not afraid to “judge between one sheep and another” (Ezekiel 34:17). © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co. Page 4

CLOSED ON FRIDAY

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Thank You to all of the Youth and their families who helped in passing out food to the homeless with Joy Ministries on Nov. 18th. A BIG thank you to all of you who donated food to this worthy cause, it was greatly appreciated. Please continue to watch the bulletin for future opportunities to help this wonderful ministry. God Bless You!!

The Faith Formation Staff pray that you and your family have a very blessed Thanksgiving. We are especially grateful to all of our catechists and volunteers who donate so much of their time, talent and treasure to help the children and youth grow in a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday:

Dn 1:1-6, 8-20; Lk 21:1-4 Dn 2:31-45; Lk 21:5-11 Dn 5:1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28; Lk 21:12-19 Dn 6:12-28; Lk 21:20-28

Thanksgiving Day–Suggested: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

1 Kgs 8:55-61; 1 Cor 1:3-9; Lk 1:39-55 Dn 7:2-14; Lk 21:29-33 Dn 7:15-27; Lk 21:34-36 Is 63:16b-17, 19b; 64:2-7; Ps 80; 1 Cor 1:3-9; Mk 13:33-37

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Our Lord Jesus Christ the King

November 20, 2011

Incarnation Catholic School “Preparing Students for the Future” ‐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     ‐2nd, 3rd and 4th Child Discounts are afforded to  families with multiple children attending ICS     ‐We have morning care (before school, free of  charge) and after school care (until 6:00 p.m. for a  fee)  

5111 Webb Road Tampa, FL 33615

 

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

‐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.   

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

Good news for families wanting to enroll their children at Incarnation Catholic School!

STEP UP FOR STUDENTS (scholarships worth up to $4,011.00) has re-opened the application period until November 30th. The online application log-in for new parents can be found at (www.stepupforstudents.org). Contact Mrs. Michele Moody in the school office if you have any questions.

SCRIP NEWS Thanksgiving and Christmas Employee Incentives If your company or business would like to give their employees a Thanksgiving or Christmas incentive, WE CAN HELP!! ICS sells gift cards for many national stores, restaurants, and spas. All you have to do is take our order form (available in St. Michael’s Hall from 8:15am until 11:45am) to the boss and suggest buying gift cards for the employees this holiday season. Visit www.glscrip.com for a complete list of vendors available, besides the ones on our order form. Please allow one week when placing a special order. If you order this Sunday, the gift cards will be available next Sunday. The Scrip Gift Card table is open this weekend! We will be closed on Nov. 27 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Please call 813-884-4502 for more details and other options for purchasing gift cards or picking up ordered gift cards. Page 5


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PARISH ACTIVITIES Religious Articles  Store 

Hours of Operation Open 1/2 hour before & after all Sunday Masses & the 4:30 Mass on Saturday For Information: Call Connie at 884-8326

SUNDAY - NOVEMBER 20 FELLOWSHIP, COFFEE AND DONUTS IN ST. MICHAEL’S HALL FAITH FORMATION IN ALL CLASSROOMS MONDAY - NOVEMBER 21 TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 22 9:00 A.M. Job Search Support Group St. Brendan 7:00 P.M. Alcoholics Anonymous St. Patrick’s Room 7:00 P.M. Spanish Prayer Group St. Michael’s Hall 7:00 P.M. Music Ministry Church WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 23 7:00 P.M. Alcoholics Anonymous St. Patrick’s Room 7:00 P.M. Al-Anon St. John’s Room 7:00 P.M. Al-Anon Spanish St. Francis Room 1 7:30 P.M. Spanish Choir Music Room THURSDAY - NOVEMBER 25 9:00 A.M. Legion of Mary St. Brendan 11:30 A.M. Our Lady of Mercy Prayer Group Chapel 7:00 P.M. Spanish Intercessions Group Chapel 7:00 P.M. Music Ministry Church FRIDAY - NOVEMBER 26 7:00 P.M. Spanish Youth Group St. Patrick’s Room SATURDAY - NOVEMBER 27 7:00 P.M. Spanish Young Adults St. Patrick’s Room

ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE November 27/28 4:30 pm:

Joseph Budny, Bridget Budny, Brianna Shelton

7:30 am:

Margaret Parker, Matthew Walsh

9:00 am:

Mickey Carney, Sarah Cureton, Jordan Jankowski

10:30 am:

Aaron Raju, Alan Raju, Amberlyne Rosario

12:00 pm:

Jeff Miraflor, Nicholas Ortega, Rafael Villa

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.

Phone: (813) 885-7861 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 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 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 GROUP ANA MARSICANO…………………..886-0091 PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY SILVIA RIVERA ...…………………..885-7861 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE CONNIE HENNESSEY……………... 884-8326 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 BAPTISMS

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

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 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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Our Lord Jesus Christ the King

November 20, 2011

Congratulations to our parishioners who attend Academy of the Holy Names and are Honor Roll students during the first Quarter. President’s Honor Roll Aubrey McGuire Nicole Branwell Li Stadler Colleen McInerney Jackelynn Mendoza Priscilla Vasquez Carmelle Kuizon Eleeza Santos

Principal’s Honor Roll Demi Limberg Nicole Segovia-Pintus

Academy of the Holy Names 3319 Bayshore Blvd, Tampa, FL 33629 office 813-839-5371 ext. 391 fax 813-839-7103 lhathaway@holynamestpa.org

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When we face death, discouragement, loss or pain, we can take great comfort in knowing that no sorrow is too deep that God cannot feel it with us. And God wants to help deliver us from it. He wants to bring us His divine comfort and healing. - Reflections from Footprints

Next Rachel’s Retreat is Feb. 17-19, 2012. Project Rachel - Abortion AfterCare-Healing 1-888-456-4673 eboe@ccdosp.org www.rachelsvineyard.org

PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS ST. JUDE AWARDS CEREMONY TODAY!  Our parishion‐ ers, Harry & Helen Sheridan will receive the St. Jude the  Apostle medal TODAY at  a very special awards ceremo‐ ny taking place at the St. Jude Cathedral  in St. Peters‐ burg at 3:00 pm. Everyone is invited!

The Parish Office will close for the Thanksgiving Holiday this Wednesday at 12:00 pm and will reopen at 9:00 am on Monday, Nov. 28th A Mass of Thanksgiving will be celebrated at 8:30 am on Thanksgiving Day. You are invited to bring your Thanksgiving basket (dinner beverage, wine or rolls) to be blessed. There will NOT be a 7:00 am mass. PINELLAS HOPE SERVICE OPPORTUNITY! Incarnation Parish Family is once again blessed to serve the homeless of Pinellas Hope on Sunday December 4th. We are in need of volunteers to help with preparation and serving our less fortunate brothers and sisters in Christ. If interested in participating in this ministry event please call Theresa Salamone at 476-4587. ITEMS NEEDED: Ground beef 29 oz. can of tomato sauce 28 oz. of diced tomatoes

16 oz. can of kidney beans 15 ¾ oz. of pork and beans

Thank You To Buds, Blooms & Beyond, Floral & Gift Shop for their donations of flower arrangements for our Weekend Liturgies. 11234 W. Hillsborough. 813.818.9600

Keep Christ in Christmas Thank you to those parishioners who purchased their cards and car magnets. Santa wants you to please display the magnets on your car trunks early to spread the After observing their Corporate Communion, the Knights of Columbus proceeded to the Monument to the Unborn where Fr. Michael held a short prayer service on November 6.

true message of Christmas. Christmas cards and the few remaining car magnets available this weekend. Page 7


Church of the Incarnation, Tampa, FL

Phone: (813) 885-7861

Today, we take up a Collec on that helps fight poverty at its  roots. For over 40 years, the Catholic Campaign for Human  Development (CCHD) has provided funding for groups that  make las ng change and upli  the poor in the United States.  The Collec on has helped secure funding for low‐income day  care centers, programs that emphasize educa on, and  affordable housing in low‐income neighborhoods. It has  contributed to efforts to implement laws that enforce fair  wages. Fight poverty in America. Defend human dignity.  Give to the CCHD Collec on. 

The ICCW is accepting donations for the Children’s Bazaar. Needed are new, inexpensive items for men, women & children. All items will be sold for .50 to $5. Also needed are gift bags, bows & tissue paper. Please leave items in Religious Articles Store on weekends or call Shirley Polak at 813-884-8016 to arrange for pickup.

Tickets on Sale TODAY in the Gazebo & Dec. 4th

Kids come do your Christmas shopping   for mom, dad and other family members!    Affordable Gi s ‐ from .50¢ to $5.00  & we’ll wrap them for free!    

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Coffee & Donuts ….

Lunch…

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Nuestro Señor Jesucristo Rey del Universo 20 de noviembre de 2011 “Estuve hambriento y me dieron de comer, sediento y me dieron de beber”. — Mateo 25:35 LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS OBSERVANCIAS Domingo: Nuestro Señor Jesucristo, Rey del Universo Lunes: La Presentación de la Santísima Virgen María Martes: Santa Cecilia Miércoles: San Clemente I; San Columbano; Beato Miguel Agustín Pro Jueves: San Andrés Dung-Lac y compañeros Día de Acción de Gracias Viernes: Santa Catalina de Alexandria

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icen que el agradecimiento es la memoria del corazón. Pero también es la esperanza del corazón. Un corazón agradecido está atento a todo lo bueno que va a venir. Aunque noviembre parezca contradictorio–se conmemora la muerte, se espera la venida de Cristo, se habla del fin de los tiempos, y se celebra el Día de Acción de Gracias–eso es sólo la superficie. La realidad es que nada de esto es contradictorio. Se recuerda todo lo bueno y se da gracias por ello y, como se espera todo lo bueno–de la otra orilla de la muerte/vida, también se da gracias por ello. Noviembre es una invitación a tener un corazón muy despierto: consiente plenamente del pasado y vigilante a la venida del tiempo de la venida final. El agradecimiento impulsa a una acción inspirada en el bien; la vigilancia inspira a una acción inspirada en la urgencia de estar preparados. En ambos casos, la llamada es a dar frutos de vida. En ambos casos, es una llamada a la felicidad plena de los bienaventurados. ©Nuestra Parroquia ¡FELIZ DÍA DE ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS A TODA NUESTRA COMUNIDAD PARROQUIAL! La Misa será el 24 de noviembre a las 8:30am. Únete a nuestra Familia Parroquial en la Misa de Acción de Gracias. También pueden traer los panes y bebidas que van a servir en su Cena ese día para que sean bendecidos en la Misa. (NO tendremos Misa de 7:00am este día)

CAMPAÑA CATÓLICA PARA EL DESARROLLO HUMANO (CCHD)

Hoy día se llevará a cabo la Colecta que ayuda a luchar contra las raíces de la pobreza. Luche contra la pobreza en América. Defienda la dignidad humana. Contribuya a la Colecta de CCHD.

La oficina parroquial estará cerrada desde el miércoles, 23 de noviembre a las 12:00md y re-abrirá el lunes, 28 de noviembre a las 9:00am.   BAZAR DE NAVIDAD PARA NIÑOS 4 de diciembre, 2011 8:30am - 3:00pm - Salón St. Michael ¡¡Buenos regalos a bajo precio!!

El Comité de Ministerios de Vida estará llevando a cabo la colecta anual de “Shoeboxes for Seniors”, el fin de semana del 17/18 de diciembre. Por su generosidad, residentes de Rocky Creek Retirement Center recibirán la sorpresa el día de Navidad con el regalo de estas cajas. Gracias por compartir el amor de Dios con otros y por bendecir a una persona de edad avanzada esta Navidad.

MUSIC FOR FOOD 2010 Por favor únase a nuestro Ministerio de Música hoy, 20 de noviembre a las 7:30 PM para una noche de música contemporánea de alabanza y adoración aquí en la Iglesia de Incarnation. Bajo la dirección de nuestro director musical Donal Noonan. La entrada para el concierto será una bolsa de productos enlatados por persona, para donar a las familias necesitadas de nuestra parroquia.

MARQUE SU CALENDARIO 18 de diciembre 5PM Navidad en Incarnation ¿Conoce la tradición de las fiestas navideñas en el mundo? Necesitamos familias interesadas en exponer como su país celebra la Navidad. Para más información llamar a Jonathan Fernández (813)-484-1173. Más información en el próximo boletín. Page 9


20 de noviembre de 2011

FIESTA DE LA FE La misa no termina El sacerdote nos saluda una vez más, como nos saludó al principio. Nos da la bendición y luego, el sacerdote o diácono despide a la asamblea con una encomienda muy propia, ir en paz. La misa no se da por concluida, como quien rompe lo sagrado y lo separa de lo no-sagrado. Es un envío pleno que hace el ministro ordenado para que vayamos al mundo, a nuestra vida diaria a ser el pan que hemos partido y compartido; a ser el vino alegre que lleva a la vida a los ambientes más distantes que, a veces, son los nuestros. La asamblea ha de ir animada por la Palabra de Dios que se le ha proclamado a ser la palabra viva de Dios en medio del pueblo mismo. Vamos fortalecidos por la comunidad eclesial con la que nos hemos hecho uno en comunión y con quienes hemos compartido de un mismo pan; vamos a ser comunidad en nuestros barrios y lugares de trabajo, a compartir nuestro pan con quien tiene hambre y a vivir la comunión aún por encima de nuestra diversidad de pensamiento. Somos enviados a transformar el mundo, a “cristificarlo”, a hacer que sea como Cristo, a quien hemos recibido en la comunión. —Miguel Arias, © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.

NUESTRA CULTURA La solidaridad con los necesitados a nuestro alrededor es un rasgo muy característico de la cultura hispana, donde siempre se guarda pan para quien pueda no tener, y donde las fuerzas se movilizan fácilmente ante cualquier necesidad.

Un pensamiento: "La celebración de la Santa Misa tiene tanto valor como la muerte de Jesús en la Cruz." Santo Tomas de Aquino

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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: Dn 1:1-6, 8-20; Lc 21:1-4 Martes: Dn 2:31-45; Lc 21:5-11 Miércoles: Dn 5:1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28; Lc 21:12-19 Jueves: Dn 6:12-28; Lc 21:20-28 Día de Acción de Gracias (sugerencia): 1 Re 8:55-61; 1 Cor 1:3-9; Lc 1:39-55 Viernes: Dn 7:2-14; Lc 21:29-33 Sábado: Dn 7:15-27; Lc 21:34-36 Domingo: Is 63:16b-17, 19b; 64:2-7; Sal 80 (79); 1 Cor 1:3-9; Mc 13:33-37

22 de noviembre ♦ Santa Cecilia Tenemos poca información sobre esta mártir que vivió en Roma entre los siglos II y III. Parece ser que pertenecía a una familia acomodada e hizo generosas donaciones a la iglesia. Fue mártir y está enterada en una de las catacumbas romanas. Es patrona de la música. ¿Qué talentos podrías tú poner al servicio de la comunidad? Sabías que... Los seguidores de Jesús fueron llamados "cristianos" recién desde el año 43 en la evangelización de Antioquía, cuando los paganos empezaron a identificarlos despectivamente con ese nombre por ser seguidores de Cristo, dejando la expresión de "nazarenos" para referirse a ellos.

ICC Bulletin1120'11  

Incarnation Catholic Church bulletin

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