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Veterans Day: November 11th Office Closed
Mothers’ Prayers: November 13th at 6:30 pm in OLOG Church
Knights of Columbus: November 13th at 7 pm in KC Hut
Lectors/Commentators Training: November 14th at 7 pm in OLOG Church
Adult Spirituality/Meditation: November 14th at 7 pm & 15th at 9am in Hall
Movie Discussion: November 15th at 7 pm in Parish Hall
Saint Vincent de Paul Collection: All Masses November 16th & 17th
Ushers Training: November 19th at 7 pm in OLOG Church
Mothers’ Prayers: November 20th at 6:30 pm in OLOG Church
Adult Spirituality/ Meditation: November 21st at 7pm & 22nd at 9am in Hall
Men’s Coffee Group: November 23rd at 7 am in Parish Hall
Sunday Peralta 8:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
Sunday Valencia 9:30 a.m.
Weekdays Tuesday - Friday 8:00 a.m.
Rosary 30 minutes before each Mass
Saturday 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. or by appointment
Baptisms: 3rd Sunday of each month at the 11:15 Mass.
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m
Telephone : 505-869-2189
Father Emmanuel UC Izuka's Office Hours:
9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. or by appointment
Faith Formation Office Hours
Summer Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 9:00 am-1:00 pm
We celebrate Mother’s Day in the month of May every year; we celebrate Father’s Day in the month of June and on the 4th Thursday of November every year, we celebrate Thanksgiving Day. The Church has offered us an opportunity on All Souls Day, November 2nd, and all through the month of November to pray for all our deceased loved ones. Some of them are already in heaven and some are in purgatory. The fate of those in Purgatory depend on the prayers, Masses and good works we offer up for them.
The Knights of Columbus will be hosting their annual Turkey Bingo, Sunday, November 10, at the Bosque Farms Rodeo Arena. Two sessions, 1 pm and 5 pm. Cost $10/20 games. Tickets will be sold after the Masses.
The Parish Office will be closed Monday, November 11th for Veterans Day. Thank you.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish is hosting a Ministry Appreciation Dinner on November 24th, to show all ministers how much the entire parish appreciates them. The dinner will be held after the 11:15 am Mass, and each minister will be allowed to bring one guest. We ask that you contact the Parish Office as soon as possible to get on the list because we are limited to 185 seats. The last day to accept reservations will be November 19th. We are thankful to all our ministers for being a part of the different ministries in our parish. You help us to grow and prosper each day. Thank you.
The 2nd Annual Wreaths Across America Event is just around the corner. Patsy Vega and her Wreaths Across America Committee did such a wonderful job of getting this event together last year for all the fallen/deceased veterans in our cemetery. Patsy will begin selling wreaths after all the Masses. Wreaths will be $15 with part of the proceeds going to our cemetery. If you’d like to purchase a wreath or have any questions, please call the Parish Office.
Special thanks to all those who have returned their pledge cards for the building of our New Parish Hall and Faith Formation Complex and God bless. Special thanks as well to all those who have been so faithful in sending their donation and money every month. We encourage you to continue to make this sacrifice to our parish to enable us to achieve our goal. If you are in need of a pledge card, they can be found at the back of the church, in the Parish Office, or on our website. For more information, please contact the Parish Office.
The fundraising group for the new parish hall and faith formation complex will begin taking orders for Christmas luminarias this week. The cost will be $10 per dozen. Please contact the office to place an order, look for the order form at the back of the church or in your bulletin next week.
Thank you to everyone that helped make our first Calcutta Event so successful! Everyone’s helping hand and generous hearts played a big part in helping us raise money for our Building fund. Thank you to the Fundraising Committee, Parish Staff, and all the volunteers for all your hard work to make this event a success. Your hard work paid off and the event ran beautifully. Thank you to all our donors of monies, prizes, and so much more. All 600 tickets were sold resulting in $60,000 being made in ticket sales. $14,407.00 was made on the night of the event with the silent auction, raffle, food, and so much more. A final amount of what was made on this event, after prizes are paid out, will be announced. Thank you for your continued support in helping to raise money for our new Parish Hall/Faith Formation Complex.
Readings for the week of November 10, 2019
- Sunday: 2 Mc 7:1-2, 9-14 / Ps 17:1, 5-6, 8, 15 [15b] / 2 Thes 2:16—3:5 / Lk 20:27-38 or 20:27, 34-38
- Monday: Wis 1:1-7 / Ps 139:1b-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-10 [24b] / Lk 17:1-6
- Tuesday: Wis 2:23—3:9 / Ps 34:2-3, 16-17, 18-19 [2a] / Lk 17:7-10
- Wednesday: Wis 6:1-11 / Ps 82:3-4, 6-7 [8a] / Lk 17:11-19
- Thursday: Wis 7:22b—8:1 / Ps 119:89, 90, 91, 130, 135, 175 [89a] / Lk 17:20-25
- Friday: Wis 13:1-9 / Ps 19:2-3, 4-5ab [2a] / Lk 17:26-37
- Saturday: Wis 18:14-16; 19:6-9 / Ps 105:2-3, 36-37, 42-43 [5a] / Lk 18:1-8
- Next Sunday: Mal 3:19-20a / Ps 98:5-6, 7-8, 9 [cf. 9] / 2 Thes 3:7-12 / Lk 21:5-19
Saint of the Day
11/13/19 3:00 am
On November 13, the universal Church honors St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, an Italian missionary who spent much of her life working with Italian immigrants in the United States. Mother Cabrini, who had a deathly fear of water and drowning, crossed the Atlantic Ocean more than 30 times in service of the Church and the people she was serving. St. Frances Cabrini, from a young age, longed to be a missionaryÂ in China, but God had other plans for her. Orphaned in Italy before she was 18, she joined the Sisters of the Sacred Heart and took on the name â€œXavierâ€� in honor of St. Francis Xavier, the great missionary to the Orient. At the advice of Pope Leo XIII, who told her â€œNot to the East, but to the West,â€� she focused her missionary efforts on the United States. Accepting Archbishop Corrigan of New York's invitation, she came to America and spent nearly 30 years traveling back and forth across the Atlantic Ocean as well as around the United States setting up orphanages, hospitals, convents, and schools for the often marginalized Italian immigrants. Eventually, St. Frances became a naturalized U.S. citizen. She died in 1917 and was canonized in 1946, just before a new wave of immigrants began to arrive in the U.S. St. Frances Cabrini is the patron of immigrants.Read More