1 ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC COMMUNITY Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston 215 East Tenth Street Houston, Texas Parish Office Fax Web page Seraphic Icons, Trinity icon, by Robert Lentz, OFM, Courtesy of Trinity Stores, Parish Staff Rev. Msgr. Adam S. McClosky, Pastor Gary Hilbig, Deacon Rodolfo Cerda Deacon, Juan F. Pareja, Deacon Cecilia Garcia, Pastoral Assistant David V. Dwigans Business/Facili es Manager Chris ne Anguiano Reyes, Secretary Dalia Mendoza, Recep onist Mary Gahr, Director of Music Eduardo Casas, Spanish & Children Choir Jeanenne Hagerman, Bookkeeper Dan Schwieterman,Director of Religious Educa on Irene Chavez, R.E. Administra ve Assistant Adriana Guzman, Youth Minister John Guzman Hispanic Ministry Coordinator Baldemar Gonzales Custodian Maria Crouch, Custodian MASS SCHEDULE Saturday 5:30 pm (English) Sunday 8:30 am, 10:30 am (English) 12:30 pm (Spanish) Weekdays: Tues. - Fri. 8:00 am ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT Wednesday 8:30 am - 9:00 p.m. RECONCILIATION Saturday 4:30 pm or by appointment ANOINTING OF THE SICK First Friday of the month after Morning Mass. Baptism...Classes offered five times a year. Marriage...Allow six months for preparation. Call church office for appointment. Instructions for Adults...First Holy Communion. Confirmation-Call the church office.
2 Order Apple Strudel for the Holidays All Saints will be preparing homemade Apple Strudels for sale November 15 th & 16 th. The strudels will be unbaked & frozen for your convenience. Simply pop in the oven and bake for a hot, delicious dessert on special occasions. They will make a great dessert for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, or as a gift for family and friends! Our goal this year is to prepare and sell 250 strudels. Order now to reserve one or more of these delicious strudels. Strudels will be available for pickup in the Parish Hall on Saturday, November 15 th from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM or after all Masses on Saturday & Sunday, November 15 th & 16 th. The Apple Strudels will be sold for $20.00 each. Order forms are available at the entrances to the church, or you may contact Jeanenne Hagerman at or call to order. If you are unable to pick up on the weekend of the sale, please make arrangements for someone else to pick up for you This weekend we celebrate the first rite of Christian initiation: the Rite of Acceptance into the Order of Catechumens and the Rite of Welcoming. Chika Ayozie Christopher Burke Jackie M. David Jason Harrison Jerry Gause Jonathon Rodgers Kenneth Street Merritt Britton Ryan Paine For the past several weeks, these adults have freely and willingly been among us as Inquirers of the Catholic faith, with weekly instruction of what we believe. Today, they have embraced the cross, and accepted the Sacred Scriptures; today, they became known to us as catechumens and candidates. From this day on, until they complete their preparation and are called to the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist, we will walk with them, sharing our liturgy of the word, our Tradition, our works of charity and justice, and our life in community. Today the Church asks us to care for them as a mother cares for her children. MARK YOUR CALENDAR Sunday, November 2 ALL SOUL S DAY 8:30 a.m. Mass (English ) 9:15 a.m. ECO classes in English 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Study 10:30 a.m. Mass (English) 10:30 a.m. Raffle after Mass 11:15 a.m. CCE Classes en español 11:30 a.m. Marriage Prep Classes in St. Vincent De Paul Room #2 12:30 p.m. Mass (en Español ) DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ENDS Monday, November 3 8:00 a.m. Communion Service 8:00 a.m. TALC classes Tuesday, November 4 8:00 a.m. Mass ( English) 10:00 a.m. Ukulele Practice 6:00 p.m. Zapata Ballet Folklorico 7:00 p.m. RCIA Weekly Meeting in SVDP room 2 7:00 p.m. Guadalupanas Meeting Wednesday, November 5 Eucharistic Adoration from 8:30 a.m. till 9:00 pm 8:00 a.m. Mass ( English) 6:45 p.m. ECO Classes 7:00 p.m. Legion of Mary Meeting Span in SVDP Rm # 2 7:00 p.m. Spanish Choir Practice in SVDP Room 1 Thursday, November 6 8:00 a.m. Mass ( English) 3:00 p.m. Day of the Dead Display 6:00 p.m. Zapata Ballet Folklorico 7:00 p.m. English Choir Practice in SVDP Room 1 7:00 p.m. Knight of Columbus Monthly Meeting Friday, November 7 6:20 a.m. That Man is You in the Parish Hall 8:00 a.m. Mass (English) 3:30 p.m. Day of the Dead Display 4:30 p.m. Wedding rehearsal Nelson Saturday, November 8 9:00 a.m. Day of the Dead Display 3:00 p.m. Guadalupana Loteria in the Parish Hall 3:00 p.m. Wedding for Nelson 4:30 p.m. Confession 5:30 p.m. Mass (English) Sunday, November 9 8:30 a.m. Mass (English ) 9:15 a.m. ECO classes in English 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Study 10:30 a.m. Mass (English) 11:15 a.m. CCE Classes en español 11:30 a.m. Marriage Prep Classes in St Vincent de Paul Room #2 12:30 p.m. Mass (en Español )
3 My Beloved Brothers and Sisters, Today we begin the month of November, the Month of All Souls, when we pause and reflect on eternal life and honor our beloved family members and friends who are now among the Faithful Departed. We pray more fervently during this month: "Eternal rest grant to them oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace, Amen." Since the Liturgy (The Mass) is considered the foretaste of Heaven) perhaps it is fitting that we are concentrating on a deeper understanding of the Liturgy during these weeks. I hope the inserts of the last two weeks have helped to shed some light o the great prayer that the Church gives us. The Liturgy is really about God and the time and effort we give to Him during the Liturgy. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI really captured this truth when he said "The Liturgy if about God; not about us." It is very important that we adore something/someone greater than ourselves. If we do not do this, then eventually we will start to adore our selves. This was the sin of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Our hearts must be focused on God. The great theologian Pierre Teilhard de Chardin said as much when he wrote that "we reach moral maturity on the day that we realize that we really only have one choice in life: Genuflect before something higher or begin to self-destruct." Simone Weil agreed: Despite being a fierce defendant of independence and private conscience, she makes it clear that the deepest need within the human soul is the need to be obedient to something beyond ourselves. Without this, she states, we inflate and grow silly, even to ourselves. The Liturgy/the Mass is the prayer of the whole assembly gathered for worship. We are joined to this divine action through Baptism, which incorporates us into the risen Christ. This action We are called to participate in this action which lies at "the center of the whole Christian life." In the celebration of the Mass the faithful form a holy people, a people of God's own possession and a royal priesthood, so that they may give thanks to God and offer the unblemished sacrificial victim not only by means of the hands of the priest but also together with him, so that they may learn to offer their very selves. this will be shown by their charity toward their brothers and sisters who participate with them in the same celebration. Have a blessed week, Msgr. Adam Daylight saving time Daylight saving time or summer time is the practice of advancing clocks during summer months so that people get up earlier in the morning and experience more daylight in the evening. Typically, users of DST adjust clocks forward one hour near the start of spring and adjust them backward in the autumn. Bible Study in English: The Sunday Bible study Luke 24 verses 1-35 discussion group gathers in the parish conference room on Sundays from 9:45 to 10:30 AM. ALL SAINTS TALC TO HOST VETERAN S DAY CELEBRATION All Saints Third Age Learning Center (TALC) is hosting their annual Veteran s Day Celebration on Tuesday, November 11. The festivities will begin at 10:30 a.m. and will be held in the All Saints Parish Hall. The celebration will feature entertainment by Big Ed and the Happy Band, a color guard, patriotic music, singing, refreshments, door prizes, and recognition of veterans in attendance. Each attendee will receive a small American flag and each veteran will receive a certificate of appreciation from TALC. All veterans in the area and their families are invited to attend this special event honoring their service to our country. A full course hot lunch, cooked on-site, will be served at 12 noon for the nominal fee of $2.00. For reservations, call by 10 a.m. Monday, November 10. Veterans and seniors in the community are also invited to a special showing of the motion picture The Monuments Men on Wednesday, November 12 in the All Saints Parish Hall at 12:30 p.m. The Monuments Men is based on the true story of a WW II platoon tasked with going into Germany to rescue artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and returning them to their rightful owners. Popcorn and lemonade will be available during the movie. This is a free event. For information, call TALC at THANKSGIVING DINNERS SPONSORED BY FOOD PANTRY Groceries required to make a complete Thanksgiving Dinner will be given this year to approximately 100 families who are clients of the All Saints St Vincent de Paul Food Pantry. You may sponsor a family by purchasing the non-perishable grocery items needed. St Vincent de Paul will provide a frozen turkey or chicken to make the meal complete. If you want to sponsor the cost of a turkey also, please include a $10 Gift Card from your grocery store. Beginning the weekend of November 1 st / 2 nd, grocery bags will be available at the altar in the front of the church. Please pick one up, and purchase the items on the list below. The approximate cost of these items is $10 to $15. If you would like to personalize the bag by adding items that are a part of your family tradition, please do so. Please return the bags to the church no later than the weekend of November 15 th / 16 th. The meals will be distributed to the families beginning November 17 th. Box of stuffing 3 to 4 sweet potatoes, fresh or canned Package of gravy mix Package of bread mix Can of cranberry sauce Box of cake or brownie mix 2 to 3 cans of green vegetables
4 Adult Formation Bible Discussion in English Tuesday Nov. 4 and 18 from 7-8 p,m. TALC 3 Michel Lesher, facilitator UPCOMING EVENTS Anuncios para la Comunidad Habla Hispana 11/2/2014 Si desea preparación para el Sacramento de Matrimonio, información sobre una anulación, o desea prepararse para el Sacramento de la Primera Comunión y/o la Confirmación de Adultos, por favor de llamarle a John Guzmán al , Ext. 216, o escriba por correo electrónico al o al Favor de dejar un mensaje si no contesta. Regresare su llamada lo más pronto posible. Si no alcanzo la última sesión del Estudio de Biblia, no pierda la siguiente sesión cada domingo en el salón 3 (TALC). Traiga su Biblia para poder participar en el estudio. Si no tiene una Biblia, hay Biblias disponibles para comprar. Si necesita el Sacramento de la Primera Comunión o el Sacramento de Confirmación, por favor de llamar a la Oficina Parroquial al , Ext Ya estamos formando el estudio que empieza el No se quede afuera! Recibió su Invitación Personal? Si usted no ha recibido su invitación personal para ser parte de nuestra familia de servidores, perdónanos por no ponerle atención. No deje pasar la oportunidad de servirle a DIOS como un acomodador, lector, catequista o en nuestro coro. Llámenos al , Ext. 216, para coordinarle con la persona que DIOS le envía para ser parte de este bella vocación. Building an altar of Remembrance for Day of the Dead: We invite you to participate in building an altar of Remembrance to honor your departed relatives or friends. How do you do that? You will find many sources on the internet, but the basic things are already somewhere in your home. You need a photograph of the deceased and any objects that you can related to the dead friend or relative, such as some tools or other objects of interest to them, a glass of water or canned soft drink that is their favorite, candles, their favorite foods (can be paper mache or plastic), images of their favorite saints, and flowers, either the typical marigolds or their favorite flower or even paper flowers. Bring some covers for your altar, although we will have plastic tablecloths available. PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY- THING OF VALUE. These are arranged in tiers on tables or boxes which will be available on Friday October 31 and Saturday November 1 from 10 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Father Adam will bless the altars on November 2 after each mass and the Zapata folkloric group will do a special dance after the 12:30 mass. Les invitamos a construir un altar en memoria de sus queridos difuntos. Como se hace esto? Puede buscar en la red, pero usted ya tiene muchas cosas que se pueden utilizar. Traiga una fotografía y algo relacionado con la persona, un vaso de agua y su bebida favorita, unas velas, imágenes de su santo favorito, y flores, ya sea las tradicionales flores amarillas o cualquier flor que le gustaban, o aun flores de papel. También traiga manteles o algo para cubrir las cajas o mesa. Tendremos plástico para cubrir las cajas si no trae algo para cubrir. POR FAVOR NO TRAIGA NADA DE VALOR. Estaremos allí el viernes 31 de octubre de 4 a 7 p.m. y sábado 1 de noviembre para ayudarles. El Padre Adam bendecirá los altares después de todas las misas el domingo 2 de noviembre y el grupo folklórico Zapata danzara un baile especial después de la misa de 12:30 p.m. Feast of All Saints Our Parish Feast Day Make this weekend more than a Friday night of Spooks, Witches and Monsters. Join us to honor the true meaning of the Feast. Halloween from the old English word meaning the holy evenimg. Make it that on Friday by visiting our Church with your family for a Tour of the Icons visit some Saints for whom this evening is celebrated as holy. There is an icon tour each half hour from 6:30 to 8 PM. Treats for the participants. Altars of Remembrance are being prepared in the parish hall on Friday evening. Come to add a memento of a loved one from your family to our Parish Altar. Observe how others are remembering their deceased and reflect on the gifts of those who have died in your family. Thank God for these saints. Trunk and Treat an event by the youth for all in the parking lot outside the Parish Hall 6 to 8 PM. A fun time. Feast of All Saints Saturday, Nov. 1: Mass at 9 AM. Icon Tour at 10 AM and 6:45 PM. Family movie night in the Parish Hall - Exorcism of Emily Rose - 7:15 9:30 PM with snacks and refreshments. A short presentation before the movie to help understand the church s understanding and practice of exorcism by David White. Fall Festivals/Festival de Otoño With the youths/con los jóvenes Festividad de Todos los Santos Nuestra Festividad Parroquial: Celebren este fin de semana más que solo un viernes de Fantasmas, Brujas y Monstruos. Únanse a nosotros para honrar el verdadero significado de la Festividad. Halloween en el Inglés antiguo significa noche santa. Celébrenlo bajo este significado, visitando el viernes nuestra Iglesia en compañía de su familia. Altares de Recordación en exhibición en el salón parroquial el viernes en la noche. Vengan a agreguen un recuerdo de un ser querido de su familia, en nuestro Altar Parroquial. Observen cómo otros recuerdan a sus muertos y reflexionen en el regalo que significó en sus vidas sus propios familiares ya fallecidos. Gracias a Dios por esos santos. Travesura o Golosina, será un evento que harán los jóvenes, en el estacionamiento cerca del Salón Parroquial de 6 a 8 PM Un tiempo para divertirse!... Día Festivo de Todos los Santos el Sábado 1º. De Noviembre: Misa a las 9 AM, Recorrido por los Iconos a las 10 AM y a las 6:45 PM. Noche de cine Familiar en Salón Parroquial El Exorcismo de Emily Rose 7:15 9:30 PM, con botanas y refrescos. Tendremos una corta presentación antes de la película para explicar el conocimiento y la práctica sobre el exorcismo de la Iglesia, el orador es David White. Festividad de los Fieles Difuntos en Nov. 2 - (Día de los Muertos): Misa en el horario regular. Todos están invitados a visitar los Altares de Recordación en el Salón Parroquial después de cada misa del día. La rifa se hará después de la Misa de las 10:30 AM en el Salón Parroquial. Tendremos una especial celebración del Día de los Muertos al terminar la Misa de las 12:30 PM, con comida y refrescos, así como la presentación del Ballet Folklórico de 2 a 3 PM, también en el Salón Parroquial. Un recorrido por los Iconos es a las 3 PM en la Iglesia, en Español.
5 Mass Intentions & Readings for the Week/ Lecturas De la Semana November 1, 2014 November 9, 2014 Saturday Nov 1 All Saints Day 9:00 a.m. People of the Parish 5:30 p.m. All the Saints in Heaven Wis 3:1-9; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5-11 or 6:3-9;Jn 6:37-40, or any readings from no. 668 or from Masses for the Dead, nos Sunday November 2 ALL SOUL S DAY 8:30 a.m. Souls of Purgatory 10:30 a.m. Gloria Casarez 12:30 p.m. Gente de la Parroquia Wis 3:1-9; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5-11 or 6:3-9;Jn 6:37-40, or any readings from no. 668 or from Masses for the Dead, nos. Monday November 3 St. Martin de Porres 8:00 a.m. Communion Service Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:12-14 Tuesday November 4 St Charles Borromero 8:00 a.m. Russell McClaine Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:12-14 Wednesday November 5 8:00 a.m. Mary Tamayo Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Lk 14:25-33 Thursday November 6 8:00 a.m. Pauline & Manuel Alcoser READINGS /LECTURAS Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 15:1-10 Friday November 7 8:00 a.m. Luisus Wall Phil 3:17 4:1; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 16:1-8 Saturday November 8 ( BVM) 8:30 p.m. Emil J. Veselka Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9;1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22 Sunday November 9 The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica 8:30 a.m. Forian Konieczny 10:30 a.m. Pauline Kutach 12:30 p.m. Graciela Vargas Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9;1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22 St. Martin de Porres was born at Lima, Peru, in His father was a Spanish gentleman and his mother a colored freed-woman from Panama. At fifteen, he became a lay brother at the Dominican Friary at Lima and spent his whole life there-as a barber, farm laborer, almoner, and infirmarian among other things. Martin had a great desire to go off to some foreign mission and thus earn the palm of martyrdom. However, since this was not possible, he made a martyr out of his body, devoting himself to ceaseless and severe penances. In turn, God endowed him with many graces and wondrous gifts, such as, aerial flights and bilocation. St. Martin's love was all-embracing, shown equally to humans and to animals, including vermin, and he maintained a cats and dogs hospital at his sister's house. He also possessed spiritual wisdom, demonstrated in his solving his sister's marriage problems, raising a dowry for his niece inside of three day's time, and resolving theological problems for the learned of his Order and for bishops. A close friend of St. Rose of Lima, this saintly man died on November 3, 1639 and was canonized on May 6, His feast day is November 3. Patron of barbers. TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Cuando era niño tuve problemas con inaguantables dolores de cabeza. Después de casi tres meses batallando con esta enfermedad una señora me regaló una estampita de san Mar n de Porres que contenía un pedacito de su hábito. Dormí con esta estampita debajo de mi almohada y al tercer día sané de mi dolor. Fue así como conocí por primera vez a este santo negrito y a sus animalitos. Mar n fue un religioso dominico de nacionalidad peruana que vivió de 1579 a 1639 y fue canonizado en Sin lugar a dudas, es uno de los santos más populares de América La na. En él encontramos una persona con la cual nos podemos iden ficar ya que muchas veces a nosotros nos limitan las oportunidades debido a nuestro origen y el color de nuestra piel. Por su origen (era hijo de un español y de una africana) ilegí mo y su color mulato, Mar n tuvo problemas para ingresar a la Orden de los Predicadores. Eventualmente la san dad de sus obras y la fama de sus milagros le abrieron camino para Incorporarse plenamente a los dominicos.normalmente es representado con una escoba y unos animalitos, recordando la humildad de su servicio pastoral. Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co. TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION For those of Mexican heritage, November 2 means celebra on of el Dia de Los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. One of the most important days of the year for many, they join All Saints and All Souls together, visi ng the graves of babies and children on All Saints Day, since they are san tos (li le saints) or angelitos (li le angels). Flowers, their favorite toys, favorite music, and so on, are taken to them. The following day, people spend me some of them all day at the cemetery with their loved ones who have died. From the ancient customs of the Indians the families pray, talk with them, and take them their favorite food. It is a most solemn but joyful day. It is a day to celebrate Christ s victory over death: Death, where is your s ng? There is a mocking of death as people make skeletons, candy that represents death, and Pan de los Muertos (bread of the dead) and consume them in a kind of role reversal. One of the customs is to build an altarcito (li le altar) where one places mementos and pictures of those who have died. There are also favorite foods, candles, statues or pictures of favorite saints, books, and Bibles. some parishes have begun to build an altarcito where all parishioners can join in honoring the deceased. A remembrance book can be placed to write names in. The altarcito is tradi onally le up for the month of November. Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.
6 Discover Subiaco Academy Subiaco Academy a Catholic, Benedictine boarding/day College prep school for boy grade 7-12, in Western Arkansas (east of Fort Smith), is offering the opportunity for prospective student and parents to visit and experience Subiaco. Shadow Days is scheduled for Friday, November 21, Families can register for a Shadow Day or schedule a visit at another time by contracting: or The events are FREE of charge, including Meals and overnight accommodations. For more information, visit our website at RAFFLE, RAFFLE, RAFFLE Raffle Time at All Saints is here! You received your raffle tickets in your bulletin several weeks ago. If you do not have your raffle tickets there is someone to help you after all the masses. Every parishioner should buy or sell your tickets. We have some great prizes and you just might be the lucky winner, Drawing is Nov 2, 2014, in the grotto. SUPPORT YOUR RAFFLE, TURN IN YOUR MONEY DO NOT PUT RAFFLE MONEY IN COLLECTION BASKET DRAWING RIGHT AFTER 10:30 MASS IN THE GROTTO GARDEN. There is no cross, big or small, in our life which the Lord does not share with us. Pope Pontifex TRUE VOCATION The voca on of every man and woman is to serve other people. Leo Tolstoy VERDADERA VOCACIÓN La vocación de todo hombre y de toda mujer es servir a los demás. León Tolstoy ALL SAINTS OFFERTORY COLLECTION REPORT For the Week Ended Sunday, 10/26/2014 Week Actual Budget Variance Wkly Offering 9, , (464.39) Electronic Offering Bldg Imp Fund TOTAL 9, , (464.39) For the 17 Weeks Ended Sunday, 10/26/2014 Year-to Date Actual Budget Variance Wkly Offering 164, , (21,503.86) Electronic Offering 22, , Bldg Imp Fund 4, , (969.00) TALC TRIP INFORMATION The trip to DELTA DOWNS has been changed to Thursday November 6, 2014, It was originally scheduled for November 4, If you have registered you need to be here by 8:00 a.m. We will leave at 8:30. And will return at 6:00 p.m. Please call to verify that you are going on the trip. Or for any information, contact Liz 713/ BE SAFE AND HAVE FUN TOTAL 190, , (22,472.86) Special Collections World Mission Sunday
7 PRAYER LIST Please keep the following persons in your prayers. If you have a family member, friend or neighbor who is in need of prayer, let the church know by either calling the parish office or ing Monroe Johnson, Marie Ellis, Beth Pennington, John Garza, Susan Cernosek, Norma J. Garcia, Sadie Morales, Bob Bark, Doctor Alpesh, Tony Fontana, Rory Hernandez, Connor O Leary, Jacob & Joshua Peters, Rudy Martinez, Carmene Romero, Estella Naranjo, Deborah & Socorro Castillo, Richard Tristan, Brandon Tristan, William Samohyl, James Tarazoff, Myrle Bullock, Nicholas Rowell, Emma Mimi Newhouse, Angel Flores, Pete Bolds Jr., Delia Lozano, The Lozano Family, Dorothy Scalco, Rosi Hernandez-Curtis, Sue Ann Schwantes,Ralph Lasher, Juan Ygnacio, Miguel Perugache, Camile Nick & Gloria Herminia, Alexie Alcoser, Altagracia Flores, Dubelza C. Garcia, Sylvia G. Reyes, Blanche Perez, Refaela DeLeon, Jaclyn Aguirre, Mike Komkov, Janie Alcoser, Jonah Robert Reda, Terry Lee Smith, Laura LuLu Reyes, Joyce Waire, Dudley Richard, Yvonne Davila, Leo Munguia, Louis Freeh, Corina Pizzini, Ellie Perez, Rachael Soza, Sandra Martinez, Lorenzo Diaz, Emily Hilbig, Ian & Elizabeth Alveraz, Virginia Zamarripa, Roberto Varela, John Manuel Ortiz, Joyce Ashmore, Angela Perkins, Barbara Alban, Bettye Martinez, Joe B. Cortez, Mary Louise Flores, Griselda Ramirez Please contact the Church Office with an update. PRAY FOR THOSE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY Many parishioners have family or friends who are active in the military. Join us in supporting their families as we pray for their safe return: Cecilio D. Flores, Robert Padilla, Michael Rodriguez, Randy Boyorquez, Rocio Marquez, Jr., Adrian Rodriquez, Francisco G. Martinez, Mark Lubinski, Brett A. West, Christian Flores, John Mark Hamm, Jillian Dougherty, Dianne Keister, Major Michael Huerta, Michael Jones, Michael Katkoski, Luis Espinoza, Andrew Munoz, Leo (Leo Getz) Richardson, Eric Michael Wilganowski, Patrick Ryan Alban, Anthony Brian Garcia, Lt Colonel Christopher Goodyear PASTORAL MINISTRIES Altar Society Liz Lester Altar Servers Matthew Ardoin / Marisela Villarreal Art & Environment Jeanenne Hagerman / Barry Connor Eucharistic Ministry Isaac Tapia Lectors Jimmy Phillips Sacristans Maggie Tyerina / Wendy Nugent Hispanic Ministry John E. Guzman RCIA Kelly Hawkins Third Age Learning Center Jo Kelley Parrish Homebound Ministry Jo Kelley Parish /Cecilia Garcia Knights of Columbus Joel Syzdek Ushers Richard Kercho / John Ortiz St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry Jeanenne Hagerman Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. & First Saturday of the month, 9:00-10:30 a.m. PASTORAL COUNCIL Charles Adams Chairperson Pedro Amador Duane Bradley Esteban Caro Christopher Cola Charla Macicek Trevor Pinkerton Stephanie Sullivan Paul Taverna Mike Towns PARISH S Msgr. Adam McClosky, Pastor Gary Hilbig, Deacon Cecilia Garcia Pastoral Assistant cecilia allsaints.us.com David V. Dwigans Business/Facilities Manager Christine Anguiano Reyes, Secretary Dalia Mendoza, Receptionist Mary Gahr, Music Director and English Mass Choir Director Eduardo Casas, Spanish Choir & Children Choir Jeanenne Hagerman, Bookkeeper Dan Schwieterman, DRE Adriana Guzman, Youth Ministry Irene Chavez, RE Adm. Asst. John Guzman Hispanic Ministry BULLETIN INQUIRIES: