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NOVEMBER 2, 2014 - ALL SOULS DAY 2 DE NOVIEMBRE, 2014 - DIA DE LOS SANTOS DIFUNTOS Christ the King Mission Statement We are a parish of Disciples, guided by the Holy Spirit and strengthened by the Eucharist. We live the mission of Jesus Christ in our love and service to others. Parochial Administrator: Rev. Matthew Henry Parochial Vicar: Rev. Scott Sperry Deacons / Diáconos: Tom Bishop, Will Capistrant, Frank Galarza , Neil Tift, Ron Ruiz Acolyte: Edward Cortez

Save the Date and Celebrate! 5 Year Anniversary of the St. Peregrine Cancer Shrine Mass with the Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted Friday, November 14, 2014 ~ 6:30 pm Christ the King Catholic Church Wine, Cheese and Dessert Reception to follow Music by Tim and Julie Smith RSVP to Andy Romley at 480-844-4462 or [email protected] Parish Office Hours: Mondays 8 am to 12 noon Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 8 am to 4 pm Fridays: closed Welcome Center Hours: Saturdays 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm / Sundays: 8 am to 3 pm Weekend Mass Schedule: Saturdays: 4 pm Sundays: 7 am, 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm (Español), 5 pm Daily Mass: Monday through Friday at 8 am Wednesday at 7 pm Saturday Latin Mass (Novus Ordo) in the Shrine at 8 am Confessions: Monday through Friday: 7:30 am to 8:00 am Wednesdays: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Saturdays: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm Also available by appointment Baptism: See inside bulletin or contact the office for monthly Orientation Class schedule.

Marriage: Call the office at least 9 months in advance. Contact Anthanette Donaldson at (480)844-4478 or [email protected] Prayer Requests/Anointing/Funerals: Call Anthanette Donaldson at (480)844-4478 or [email protected] Religious Education K-8: Contact Sister Mary Beata at (480)245-4100 or [email protected] Religious Education 9-12: Contact Mary Castner at (480)844-4476 or [email protected] Religious Education for Adults: Contact Deacon Tom Bishop at (480)844-4473 or [email protected] To serve as a Lector, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Sacristan, Altar Server, Greeter, Usher: Contact Deacon Tom Bishop at (480)844-4473 or [email protected] Volunteer Opportunities: Contact Maria Caballero (480)844-4467 or [email protected] CTK Catholic Elementary and Middle School: Contact the principal, Shelley Conner, at (480)844-4465 or [email protected]

The month of November gives us an opportunity to reflect on the reality of the communion of saints, one of the articles of the Apostles Creed. What does it mean to believe in the communion of saints? What can we do to grow in our awareness of this reality? By Baptism, a bond has been created with God and with others that is even stronger than the bonds of family and blood that unite us. This bond is not broken by death. Saint Paul tells the Christian community to “rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.” (Romans 12:15) On November 1, the Church on earth--sometimes referred to as the “Church Militant”--rejoices with those who rejoice as we celebrate All Saints Day. Those who rejoice are the saints who have won the victory over sin and death. We know the names of many of those saints, and there are many more whose names remain unknown to history. Those who have won this victory are referred to as the “Church Triumphant”. On November 2, which this year falls on a Sunday, we weep with those who weep, as we pray for the souls of all those who have died, especially in the past year. All Souls Day is a time to remember the great mercy of God and to pray for the souls who are being “purged” of their sins in Purgatory. Those who are experiencing the purifying love of God that prepares them for Heaven are referred to as the “Church Suffering”. They suffer, not because they do not have hope, but because they are being purified in preparation for the life of Heaven. What is Purgatory? The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains, “All who die in God’s grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven.” (1030) The teaching of the Church on Purgatory, although not articulated until the Middle Ages, is closely connected to the practice of praying for the dead, which stretches back into Jewish and early Christian Tradition. Why pray for the dead if the dead are already enjoying the perfect life of Heaven? By asking this question, the Church has always understood the need for a purification after death--a further healing of the effect of sin in our life. Closely tied to this healing of the effect of sin is the Church’s practice of indulgences. An indulgence is an action or prayer that removes the temporal punishment due to sin. “Temporal punishment due to sin” is another name for the effects of sin. If I punch you in the face and immediately say “Sorry!”, even if you forgive me, your face still hurts! Indulgences are part of the healing ministry of Jesus in and through the Church. (see Catechism 1471-1479) From November 1 to November 8, a full indulgence is available to any of the faithful who make a visit to a cemetery to pray for the dead. Throughout the rest of the month of November, a partial indulgence is also available. We are blessed to have a Catholic cemetery close to our parish: Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 1562 E Baseline Road. In addition to the visit to the cemetery, the conditions for receiving an indulgence are the following: (1) Confession a week before or after the visit; (2) Holy Communion a week before or after; (3) prayers for the Holy Father - one Our Father and one Hail Mary are suggested. By placing these conditions on indulgences, the Church clearly teaches that she is not in the business of “holy bribery”, but of healing sin and its effects in our lives and in the lives of those we love. In Christ,


STAFF / PERSONNEL Pastoral Associate

Deacon Tom Bishop (480) 844-4473 [email protected]

Parish Manager

Bridgette Cosentino (480) 844-4463 [email protected]

Christ the King School Principal Shelley Conner (480) 844-4480 [email protected]

Facilities & Maintenance Manager Joseph Calderone (480) 844-4471 [email protected]


Felipe Tomás (480) 964-1719 – (English/Español)

Financial Secretary

Pam Reid (480) 844-4460 [email protected]

Administrative Secretary

Natalie Smith (480) 844-4479 [email protected]

Coordinator of Communications & Media Allan Luke (480) 717-8549 [email protected]

Parish Receptionists

Bertha Simoneau (480) 964-1719 – (English/Español) [email protected] Socorro Molina (480) 964-1719 – (English/Español)

[email protected] Parish Secretary Anny Salazar

Coordinator of Volunteers

Maria Caballero (480)844-4467 – (English/Español) [email protected]

Coordinator of Development Andy Romley (480) 844-4462 [email protected]

Pastoral Care

Anthanette Donaldson (480) 844-4478 [email protected]

Coordinator of Cancer Ministry

Adele Arellano (480) 844-4493 [email protected]

Music Director

Jarrod Townsend (480) 245-4116 [email protected]

Religious Education Adult Sacraments

Deacon Tom Bishop (480) 844-4473 [email protected]

Children and Youth Sacramental Preparation (Ages 4 to Grade 8)

Sr. Mary Beata (480) 245-4100 [email protected]

Youth Ministry and Sacramental Preparation (Grades 9 to 12) Mary Castner (480) 844-4476 [email protected]

ACTIVITIES FOR NOVEMBER 3- NOVEMBER 9 WEEKDAY MASSES WILL BE HELD IN THE ST. PEREGRINE SHRINE DUE TO THE CHURCH REMODEL. Monday, November 3 6:30 pm - Adoration Division Leaders Meeting - St. Teresa 6:30 pm - Music Practice - Presentation Hall 6:30 pm - Bible Study - St. Joe’s B 7:00 pm - Fall Fiesta Committee - St Joe’s A 7:00 pm - Grupo de Oración en Español - 5th Gr. Classroom

Tuesday, November 4 9:30 am - Living Water Bible Study - St. Joe’s A 10:30 am - H.O.P.E. - Community Center 4:30 pm - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - Atrium 6:30 pm - Religious Education Grades 1-8 7:00 pm - Pastoral Council - Conference Room

Wednesday, November 5 6:45 am - Christians in Commerce - St. Joe’s A 8:30 am - Adult Formation Bible Study - St. Joe’s A 3:00 pm - Life Teen Mayhem - Life Teen Room 6:15 pm - Music Practice Make-up Session - Life Teen Room 6:30 pm - Coro Sonrisa de Cristo - Presentation Hall 7:00 pm - Coro en Español - St. Joe’s B 7:00 pm - Formación Espiritual en Español - St. Teresa

Thursday, November 6 9:30 am - Prayer Shawl Ministry - St. Joe’s B 4:30 pm - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - Atrium 4:45 pm - H.O.P.E - Community Center 6:30 pm - Life Teen Bible Study - St. Joe’s B 6:30 pm - Religious Education Grades 1-8

Friday, November 7 6:30 am - Christians in Commerce - St. Joe’s A 8:30 am - Marthas - Church 9:00 am - “Consoling the Heart of Jesus” - St. Joe’ s B 10:00 am - Grandparents & Special Persons Day - Presentation Hall and School Courtyard 6:30 pm - Grupo de Oración en Español - Community Center 7:00 pm - 101 Dalmatians School Play - Presentation Hall

Saturday, November 8 6:45 am - “That Man is You” - St. Joe’s Hall A 8:00 am - Latin Mass (Novus Ordo) - St. Peregrine Shrine 2:00 pm - 101 Dalmatians School Play - Presentation Hall 5:30 pm - “Consoling the Heart of Jesus” - St. Joe’s B

Sunday, November 9 Coffee and Donuts after 7 am, 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm Masses In Presentation Hall Liturgy of the Word for Children at 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm Masses 9:00 am - RCIC - 3rd & 4th Grade Classrooms 10:15 am - RCIA - St. Joe’s B 10:45 am - RICA - 8th Grade Classroom 3:00 pm - Encuentro Matrimonial - Comunidad de Apoyo - St. Joe’s A 5:00 pm - Semilla Maya Rosario Dominical - Community Center

Mass Intentions-Intenciones de Misas

Prayer Chain Ministry

Please pray for...

Monday, November 3 8:00 am - Deceased Members of the Canez Family

Tuesday, November 4 8:00 am - John Szilagy

Wednesday, November 5 8:00 am - Mary Jo Hoffarth 7:00 pm - Rebecca Henry

Janice Luke Alyssa Salemi Anny Salazar Denise Tift

If you or a loved one is in need of prayer or you would like to join us in this mission to pray for another, please contact Anthanette at (480) 844-4478 or email her at [email protected] with your prayer request. Please note we must be contacted by the individual or a family member to add names to our prayer list. Unless we are otherwise notified, all names on the prayer list will be published for one month. Thank you.

Thursday, November 6 8:00 am - Francisco Medina

Friday, November 7 8:00 am - Joseph & Esther Frierdich

Saturday, November 8 8:00 am - Terry Senol 4:00 pm - Frank M Orlia

Infant Baptism (newborn to 6 years old)

Sunday, November 9 7:00 am - Quinton Mitchell 9:00 am - Higgins Family 11:00 am - Larry Taylor 1:00 pm - Parishioners of Christ the King 5:00 pm - Marlene Mendoza

St. Peregrine Shrine Perpetual Adoration “For the real Christian, it is a hunger and a thirst - such as Paul felt - to know all about You [Jesus], to share with love and sympathy as a friend Your life experiences and sufferings and triumphs, until he can say with Paul: I live, now not I, but Christ lives in me!” ~My Meditations on Saint Paul

As each week passes for those committed to an hour with Jesus in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, it does seem indeed we become closer to Him. Let us ask the Holy Spirit to help us find a time in our lives when we can dedicate an hour each week before the Exposed Holy Eucharist to adore and grow in the love of Jesus and to let His love grow in us. We should always have at least two adorers present with Him in our Adoration Chapel. Glance at the ‘Colored Charts’ at the church and Shrine entrances as you go by each week to see how we are progressing to meet this challenge. We cannot be satisfied until all hours have at least two scheduled adorers.

Parents must attend two classes prior to having their children baptized. ♦ Class #1 is Baptism Information for parents only. This is a one hour class. ♦ Class # 2 is Baptism Preparation for parents and godparents. This is a four hour class. ♦ Baptism Information Class (Class #1) is offered in English once a month on a Sunday at 12:30 pm. ♦ Please do not choose your godparents until after you have attended the first class. ♦ Classes begin promptly. If you arrive late, you will be asked to attend the next month’s class. ♦ The Sacrament of Baptism is offered monthly on a Saturday morning at 9:00 am in English and 10:00 am in Spanish. Our next Baptism Information (Class #1) is Sunday, November 9, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm in St. Joe’s B. Class begins promptly at 12:30 pm. If you arrive late, you will be asked to attend next month’s class. Please, no children at class. At Baptism Information (Class #1) you will be given dates for Baptism Preparation (Class #2).

Worldwide Marriage Encounter

Tithing Report Budgeted 10-26-14 Actual Collected 10-26-14 Budgeted Y-T-D 10-26-14 Actual Collected Y-T-D 10-26-14

Saul Ackerman Joanne Brown Paul Buza Paul Henry

$ 22,352.00 $ 18,470.73 $ 383,544.00 $ 375,244.55

The purpose of life is to get to Heaven, and to bring everyone with me that I can. What have I done to help bring me and my spouse to Heaven? The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends are November 14-16 and February 20-22, 2015. For more information visit

CHRIST THE KING KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council 3419 ∗ Mayhem, Wednesdays from 3 pm to 6 pm in the

Life Teen Room. ∗ Bible Study group, Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the LifeTeen Room. ∗ Life Night, Sundays from 6:30 pm to 8 pm in Presentation Hall. ∗ Family/Community Life Nights: ◊ ◊

Download our newsletter “The Chronicle”, from our website or speak with a current member of our Knights of Columbus Council. Men over 18….Join us! Get Involved with your Christian Community!

CTK Men’s Ministry Presents:

11/2: Night of Worship (Adoration & Praise) 11/9: “God’s Not Dead” Movie Night

Music Ministry Do you play piano or keyboards? We are looking for people to play for various Masses and school functions for when the music leader is not playing piano.

For more information, please contact: Jarrod Townsend, Music Director at (480) 245-4116 or email to: [email protected] We’d love to have you join us!

Every Saturday morning, from 6:30 am - 8:00 am. Experience the Power of Transformation and Discovery through this Men’s Leadership Program. Register online at to receive weekly update emails. Please contact Randy Fornoff at (602)397-6778, or [email protected] for more information.

Liturgical Ministry Meeting for Sacristans, Extraordinary Ministers of Communion (EMs) and Lectors

Funeral Arrangements

Tuesday, November 18 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the church

If you have experienced a death in your family and need to make funeral arrangements, please contact Anthanette Donaldson at (480)844-4478.

Fr. Matt would like to meet to discuss guidelines and procedures for liturgical service at Mass.

Annulment Information Seminar There are parishioners in every parish in need of an annulment but do not know about the process, how to petition, or even who to ask. This is a perfect opportunity for those people to find out what they need to know about annulments and how to apply. There will be presentations in both English and Spanish and the opportunity to ask questions. No RSVP is required. Staff will be available after the presentation for individual questions. All are welcome. Handouts will be available. No petitions will be accepted that day. It is a non-committal event to provide information only. This seminar is recommended for: ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗

A divorced Catholic who believes his/her marriage is invalid. A divorced Catholic who would like to remarry. A divorced Catholic who is now remarried outside the Catholic Church. A divorced non-Catholic who would like to marry a Catholic. A divorced non-Catholic who is now married outside the Catholic Church to a Catholic. Anyone who wants to learn more about Annulments.

Diocesan Pastoral Center 400 E. Monroe Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 November 8, 2014 ~ 10 am to 12 pm

Christ the King Catholic School Open House Open House for Enrollment for the 2015-2016 School Year Sunday, January 25, 2015 after the 9 am and 11 am Masses. For more information, please visit: or call (480)844-4480

Annual Veterans’ Mass The Annual Veterans’ Day Mass will be held on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 8 a.m. Please join us for this special Mass with the school children, hosted by the 6th grade class! All past and present military personnel are encouraged to attend. We ask any veterans planning to be there to RSVP by Wednesday, November 5, 2014 to Mrs. Wiseman at [email protected].

Christ the King Catholic School Book Fair

Please join us for the Christ the King Scholastic Book Fair running November 3 - November 9 in the school courtyard. The book fair will be open daily before and after school, from 10 am - 12 pm on November 7 (Grandparents and Special Persons Day), as well as Sunday, November 9, following the 9 am and 11 am Masses.

Communion to the Sick

Marriage, Marriage Preparation and Annulments Couples seeking the sacrament of marriage are required to notify the church of their intent to marry at least nine months in advance of the event. For more information on the marriage preparation process, please contact Anthanette at (480) 844-4478 or by email at [email protected]. ◊ ◊ ◊

Submission of Articles for the Bulletin Submit articles for the bulletin at least two weeks in advance for approval and editing. Submit your article by e-mailing to: [email protected] Please be sure to include your contact information when you submit your article.

If you or someone you know is sick, hospitalized or homebound, please call for the assistance of an Extraordinary Minster of Holy Communion. We can bring communion to those who cannot come to Mass. Please call Anthanette at (480) 844-4478 to arrange a scheduled visit or email her at [email protected].

Christ the King School Presents:

Two Shows!! Friday, November 7 at 7 pm Saturday, November 8 at 2 pm Presentation Hall Christ the King Catholic School 1551 E. Dana Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204

Tickets: Adults (12+) - $7.00 CTK Students & Children (Under 12) - $5.00 Open Seating - Doors Open at 6:30 pm on Friday and 1:30 pm on Saturday All tickets are general admission with open seating. No Reserved Seating.

Please purchase the suggested items for our Thanksgiving week food distribution at H.O.P.E. You may place all but the turkey in a paper bag. Please deliver donations to Christ the King prior to the Mass you usually attend on the weekends of November 8/9 and November 15/16. There will be vehicles in both parking lots to accept your donations those weekends as you are arriving for Mass, or donations may also be delivered to the back side of the Christ The King Community Center at 1616 East Broadway during hours of operation, Tuesday 9 am-noon, and Thursday 4 pm-6:30 pm.

** Please bring the items in a large paper bag** Thank you for your support and generosity. Turkey Yams Vegetable Instant Potatoes Instant Dressing Cookies/Cake Mix Canned Fruit Cranberry Sauce

10 – 15 pounds 1 Large Can 2 Cans {green beans/corn} 1 Package 1 Package 1 Package 1 Can 1 Can

Dinner Rolls Gravy Chicken Broth Carnation Milk Pumpkin Pie Filling (Or other pie filling) Pie Crust

1 Package 1 Can 1 Can 1 Can 1 Package

Por favor compre la lista sugerida para la distribución de comida del Día de Acción de Gracias de H.O.P.E. Usted puede dejar los artículos en las cajas en la parte de atrás de la Iglesia menos el pavo. Por favor coloque el pavo en una bolsa de papel. Por favor traiga sus donaciones a Misa el Domingo 9 de Noviembre o en el fin del 15 y 16 de Noviembre. Tendremos vehículos aceptando sus donaciones en los estacionamientos. También aceptamos sus donaciones en el Centro Comunal Cristo Rey ubicado en el 1616 Este de Broadway durante los Martes de 9 am a 12 mediodía y los Jueves de 4 pm a 6:30 pm ** Por favor traiga sus donaciones en bolsas de papel grandes** Gracias por su soporte y generosidad. Pavo Arándano Vegelates

10 – 15 libras 1 lata grande 2 latas (frijoles verdes

Papas instantáneas Aderezo instantáneo Galletas o pastel Fruta enlatada

1 paquete 1 paquete 1 paquete 1 lata

o maiz)

Bolillos Dinner Rolls Aderezo de pavo Caldo de pollo Leche evaporada Relleno de calabaza (u otro sabor de relleno) Base de pastel

1 paquete 1 paquete 1 lata 1 lata 1 lata 1 paquete

El mes de Noviembre nos da la oportunidad de reflejar sobre la realidad de la comunión de los santos, uno de los artículos del Credo. ¿Qué significa el creer en la comunión de los santos? ¿Qué podemos hacer para crecer en nuestro conocimiento de esta realidad? Por medio del bautismo, se ha creado una unión con Dios y con otros, la cual es más fuerte que los lazos que nos unen en familia y en sangre. Esta unión no se rompe por medio de la muerte. San Pablo invita a la comunidad cristiana a “regocijar con los que regocijan, llorar con los que lloran.” (Romanos 12:15) En el día primero de Noviembre, la iglesia de la tierra—algunas veces calificada como la “Iglesia Militante”— regocija con los que regocijan, al celebrar el día de Todos los Santos. Aquellos quienes regocijan son los santos quienes han ganado la victoria sobre el pecado y la muerte. Conocemos los nombres de muchos de esos santos, y existen muchos más cuyos nombres permanecen desconocidos a la historia. Aquellos quienes han ganado esta victoria se les conocen como “La Iglesia Triunfadora”. En el día 2 de Noviembre, el cual cae en domingo este año, lloramos por quienes lloran, al orar por las almas de quienes han muerto, especialmente en el año pasado. El día de todos los santos es un tiempo para recordar la gran misericordia de Dios y orar por las almas que se están “purgando” de sus pecados en Purgatorio. Aquellos quienes están experimentando el amor purificante de Dios el cual nos prepara para llegar al cielo, se les refiere como “La Iglesia Sufriente”. Ellos sufren, no porque no tienen esperanza, pero porque se están purificando en preparación para la vida en el cielo. ¿Qué es Purgatorio? El Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica explica, “Todos los que mueren en gracia y amistad, pero aun imperfectamente purificados, están efectivamente asegurados de su salvación eterna; pero después de la muerte se someten a una purificación, para lograr la santidad necesaria para entrar al reino celestial.” (1030) La enseñanza de la Iglesia sobre el Purgatorio, aunque no fue articulada sino hasta la edad media, está cercanamente conectada con la práctica de orar por los muertos, la cual se remonta a las tradiciones Judías y de los primeros cristianos. ¿Para qué orar por los muertos si los muertos ya están gozando la vida perfecta del cielo? Al hacer esta pregunta, la Iglesia siempre ha entendido la necesidad de purificación después de la muerte—una sanación extendida del efecto del pecado en nuestra vida. Cercanamente atada a este efecto de sanación de pecado es la práctica de indulgencias en la iglesia. Una indulgencia es una acción de oración que remueve el castigo temporal debido al pecado. “Castigo Temporal debido al pecado” es otro nombre para los efectos del pecado. Si te golpeo en la cara e inmediatamente digo “¡Lo siento!”, aunque me perdones, aun te duele la cara! Indulgencias son parte del ministerio de sanación de Jesús en y a través de la iglesia. (vea el Catecismo 1471-1479) Del primero de Noviembre al 8 de Noviembre, una indulgencia completa está disponible para cualquier fiel quien visite un cementerio para orar por los muertos. A través del resto del mes de Noviembre, la indulgencia parcial también esta disponible. Estamos bendecidos al tener un cementerio Católico cerca de la iglesia: Cementerio Reina del Cielo, 1562 E Baseline Road. Adicionalmente de la visita al cementerio, las condiciones para recibir una indulgencia son las siguientes: (1) Confesión una semana antes o después de la visita; (2) Comunión una semana antes o después; (3) oraciones por el Papa—un Padre Nuestro y un Ave Maria se sugieren. Al poner estas condiciones de indulgencias, la iglesia claramente enseña que ella no esta en el negocio de “soborno sagrado”, pero de la sanación del pecado y sus efectos en nuestras vidas y en las vidas de aquellos quienes amamos. En Cristo,


Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial

BAUTISMOS (recién nacido hasta los 6 años de edad) Los padres deben asistir a dos clases antes de que sus hijos sean bautizados.

Clase # 1 Información de bautismo solamente para los padres. Duración: una hora. Clase # 2 Preparación del bautismo para padres y padrinos. Duración: cuatro horas. Las clases de información (Clase #1) se ofrecen una vez al mes en un domingo a las 2:30 pm. Favor de no elegir a los padrinos hasta después de haber asistido a la primera clase. Las clases comienzan puntualmente. Si llega tarde, se les pedirá asistir a la clase del próximo mes. Por favor, no traer niños a estas clases. Próxima clase de información en español es el 9 de Noviembre a las 2:30 pm en St. Joe’s B

La Escuela de Cristo Rey Presenta:

El propósito de la vida es obtener el Cielo y traer a todos los que pueda conmigo. ¿Qué he hecho para llegar yo y mi esposo al Cielo? El próximo encuentro matrimonial de fin de semana es del 14 al 16 de Nov. o del 20 al 22 de Feb. 2015. Para más información visite la página

Comunión a los Enfermos Si usted o alguien que usted conoce está enfermo, hospitalizado o no puede salir de su casa, por favor llame a la asistencia de un Ministro Extraordinario de la Sagrada Comunión. Podemos llevar la comunión a los que no pueden venir a misa. Por favor llame a Anthanette (480) 844-4478 para concertar una visita programada o por correo electrónico a [email protected] Matrimonio, Preparación para el Matrimonio y Anulacione Se requieren las parejas que buscan el sacramento del matrimonio para notificar a la iglesia de su intención de casarse con al menos nueve meses antes del evento. Para obtener más información sobre la proceso de preparación para el matrimonio, por favor póngase en contacto con Anthanette al (480) 844-4478 o por correo electrónico a [email protected].

¡Dos presentaciones!! Viernes, 7 de Noviembre a las 7 pm Sabado, 8 de Noviembre a las 2 pm Salón de Presentación Escuela Católica de Cristo Rey Boletos: Adultos (12+)-$7.00 Estudiantes de CTK & niños (menores de 12) - $5.00

Seminario de Información sobre Anulaciones Existen parroquianos en cada parroquia con la necesidad de anulación pero no conocen acerca del proceso, como hacer su petición, o aun a quien preguntar. Esta es la perfecta oportunidad para que aprendan acerca de lo que necesitan saber sobre la anulación y como aplicar. Harán presentaciones en ingles y español con oportunidad de hacer preguntas. No se requiere reservación. Empleados están disponibles después de la presentación para contestar preguntas individuales. Todos están bienvenidos. Folletos estarán disponibles. No se aceptaran peticiones ese día. Es un evento sin compromiso de informe solamente. Este seminario es recomendado para: ∗ Un Católico divorciado quien cree que su matrimonio es invalido. ∗ Un Católico divorciado que desea casarse nuevamente. ∗ Un Católico divorciado que se ha vuelto a casar fuera de la iglesia Católica. ∗ Un no-Católico divorciado que desea casarse con Católico. ∗ Un no-Católico divorciado que está casado con un Católico fuera de la iglesia Católica. ∗ Cualquier persona quien quiera saber más acerca de Anulaciones.

Centro Pastoral Diocesano 400 E. Monroe Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 Noviembre 8, 2014 ~ 10 am a 12 pm