St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church
1649 Kingsley Avenue Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 264-0577 Website: www.stcatherinesiena.com
(904) 264-7999 fax email: email@example.com
Father James R. Boddie, Jr., Pastor Ext. 325
Father Jose Maniyangat, Parochial Vicar Ext. 311
Father Dan Nelson, Parochial Vicar Ext. 313
Deacon Peter Dang firstname.lastname@example.org
Deacon Larry Hart email@example.com
Deacon Ralph Martinez firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Thompson, Business Manager Ext. 305
Jennifer Kollasch, Worship Coordinator Ext. 324
Vincent Reilly, Director, Faith Formation Ext. 322
Robin Shipley, Youth Coordinator Ext. 326
Cheri Forster, Social Ministries Coordinator Ext. 310
Lyn Hall, Stewardship Coordinator Ext. 306
Victoria Loreto, Hispanic Ministry Coordinator Ext. 337
Perpetual Adoration Coordinators:
Patty Archambault, 269-5030 & Mary Hartwell, 264-1904
Annunciation Catholic Interparish School
Susan Altieri, Principal 282-0504
Monday-Friday 7:00AM and 9:00AM
Saturday Vigil Eucharist 5:00PM
Sunday Eucharist 8:00AM & 10:00AM
12 Noon, 5:00 PM
Nursery Available: 10:00AM
Sacrament of Penance: Saturday 3:30-4:30PM
and by appointment
Parish Office Hours:
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7:00 A.M. SUNDAY, JULY 22ND:
Monday +Carol Sparer 9:00am Men’s CRHP, Rooney Hall
Tuesday +Jerry Mendoza 2:30pm NAIN, Siena Room
Wednesday +Dativo & Pascuala Bartolome MONDAY, JULY 23RD:
Thursday +Vincent Lockwood 7:00pm Diocesan Hispanic Youth, Room K
Friday +Dick Shipley 7:00pm Women’s CRHP, Church Conf. Room
9:00 A.M. 7:30pm Christian Meditation, Siena Room
Monday +Margaret DeFilippi TUESDAY, JULY 24TH:
Tuesday +Jerry Iaccarino 10:00am Church in Deuteronomy, Siena Room
Wednesday +Frank & Betty Plato 12:00pm Mahjong, Rooney Hall
10:00am Jennie Hawkinson, for healing 7:00pm Spanish Charismatic, Church Conference Room
10:00am +Dolores Flood 7:00pm K of C 4th Degree, Siena Room
Thursday Teresa Riancho, Birthday 7:30pm Boy Scouts, Haut Hall
Friday +Bob & Frances Tormento WEDNESDAY, JULY 25TH:
Saturday +Edward Ingram 9:30am Handicrafts, Haut Hall
5:00pm +Maria Romero 10:00am ESL, Upper Room
7:00pm NFP Informational Session, Siena Room
SUNDAY, July 29, 2012 7:00pm RCIA Sponsor Training, Upper Room
8:00am +Robert T. Wood 7:00pm Eucharist workshop with Fernando, Haut Hall
10:00am St. Catherine’s Parishioners 7:00pm Legion of Mary, Church Conf. Rm.
12Noon Jose Maria Esquivia, Birthday THURSDAY, JULY 26TH:
5:00pm Dr. & Mrs. Hector Rivera 9:00am Young at Heart, Rooney Hall
6:30pm Jose Antonio Valencia & Family 10:00am Rose White Small Group, Church Conference Room
7:00pm K of C Social, Haut Hall
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
FRIDAY, JULY 27TH:
4:00pm Chicken Foot, Rooney Hall
Monday: Mi 6:1-4, 6-8; Mt 12:38-42
SATURDAY, JULY 28TH:
Tuesday: Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Mt 12:46-50
Wednesday: 2 Cor 4:7-15; Mt 20:20-28
Thursday: Jer 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13; Mt 13:10-17
Changes to Mass Intention Policy:
Friday: Jer 3:14-17; Mt 13:18-23
Saturday: Jer 7:1-11; Mt 13:24-30 Because our parish is so large and we have
Sunday: 2 Kgs 4:42-44; Ps 145; Eph 4:1-6; many requests for Mass Intentions for a
Jn 6:1-15 loved one, we find it necessary to limit
the number of Mass intentions per weekend
to one (1) per family per month.
This segment of the Bulletin focuses on Faith Sharing you can Mass Intentions for the coming year will not
do at home with your family. Each week a new question will be taken until May of the current year. (For example,
appear, based on next Sunday’s readings. You can use the
we are currently taking 2013, but 2014 will not be
above guide for the readings, taking time to go over the upcom-
ing Sunday’s readings with your family and using the questions available until May of 2013.)
below, share your faith with one another. Parish groups meet- Your prayerful respect of this new policy is
ing during this next week will also be sharing their faith with one appreciated. It is our objective to pay respect to
another using these same questions. as many families as possible.
Adult: In what ways do you generously provide for the
needs of others who have little or nothing?
Child: How do you share what you have with others?
Everyday this week, write or draw what you have
done to share with a classmate or neighbor. Wedding Banns are announced for the second time:
Between: Adam Williams and Sharlene Velez
Welcome to the Eucharistic and Charismatic Healing Wedding Date: August 7, 2012
Ministry at St. Catherine Catholic Church. Those who are
looking for the healing of the mind, body & soul come to Wedding Banns are announced for the third time:
see the healing power of Jesus Christ, who is the Between: Mackenzie Griffith and Jennifer Nee
supreme healer. Next healing Mass August 4, 2012
Wedding Date: July 28, 2012
July 22, 2012 Page 3
FORMATION SUNDAY OFFERING
Are you interested in Weekly Stewardship Offering Budget $29,845.00
learning more about the Weekly Receipts Received 25,304.50
Catholic faith? People Under/Over Budget -4,540.50
are drawn to explore the
Catholic faith for many Weekly Mortgage Budget $5,844.00
reasons. Some have be- Weekly Receipts Received 4,339.00
come curious after Under/Over Budget -1,505.00
experiencing the prayer Monthly Mortgage Payment 25,324.00
and ritual of a Catholic Mortgage Balance 946,297.68
Mass at a funeral or a wedding. Some have seen the
hope and comfort a Catholic friend, relative or co-
worker found in the Catholic faith when they were ex-
periencing a difficulty or crisis. Others are either con- Nursery News- Registration is open for
templating marriage to a Catholic or are already married
to a Catholic and desire to know more about what their
Mother’s Day Out Pre-School
mate believes. September-May 2012/2013 school year.
Program is open to children 2-5 years
If you or someone you know fits the description above, old. MDO is on Tuesday, Wednesday
join us Wednesday, August 1st at 7:00pm in Haut Hall and/or Thursday from 9am-1pm. For
to learn more about the process of becoming Catholic or more information, contact the parish or
to begin the journey into our faith. You will be glad you call Margaret @ 504-9699.
came and we will be happy to help you!
Why choose ANNUNCIATION CATHOLIC SCHOOL?
SPONSORS NEEDED VPK – 8th grade
We are in need of Sponsors for the coming year. We will
have a training session this Wednesday, July 25th at · Christian values are part of the daily curriculum
7:00pm in the Formation Center. If you are interested · High academic standards
in this important ministry, please contact Vincent at · Healthy athletic program with twice weekly PE
264-0577 or Vincent@stcatherinesiena.com classes and school sports for 6th-8th graders
· Inspiring humanities courses in the Arts & Sci-
ence Wing with weekly classes in music, art, and in
the science lab
I Am The Bread of Life · Structured and disciplined learning environment
Every three years, during the Year of on a safety-conscious campus
Mark (Year B), we take a pause from · Exceptional, highly qualified faculty brings out the
his Gospel, to focus on the Gospel of hidden academic, artistic, and athletic talents of our
John’s theology of the Eucharist. This students
year, we will be having an in-depth · Graduates who are motivated, college-bound stu-
study of these readings from John’s
Gospel on Thursday nights at 7:00pm
dents and accepted into high school Honors classes,
in the Formation Center beginning Advanced Placement classes, IB programs, and Cam-
July 26th. We hope you will join us bridge Academy
for discussion and reflection on the
gift of the Eucharist. Registering for the 2012-13 school year
Parish financial assistance is available. Contact your pas-
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS SUFS (Step-Up for Students) scholarships accepted.
Regular Religious Education registration is ongoing. Please
Visit the school website at www.annunciationcatholic.org
stop by the parish Office during regular office hours or print
or phone 904-282-0504 to arrange a tour with Mrs. Alti-
out the registration forms online at www.stcatherineseina.com
eri, Principal, and discuss what Annunciation can offer
under the Religious Education tab.
CATECHISTS NEEDED Living Stewardship Now
We are need of 6 Catechists beginning September 2012 on Look at your life and try to add up how you spend your
Sundays at 10:30am.. If you feel God calling you to share week. How much time is devoted to God, family, work, and service?
your faith, give Vincent a call at 264-0577 who will be happy Do you rest and relax or just change activities? What are your time-
to share more information and answer all your questions. wasters?
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Pray for the sick: Danny Pacheco, Maria Cristina, Flora Help Raise Funds and Enjoy Great Food!
Bada, Kathryn Schlofman, Katie Starnes, Walter Skulsky,
Elizabeth Hartley, Joyce Cooper, Carmella Keeler, Margaret Eat at The Loop on Wells Road
Tasso, Robert Timby, Gertrude Cullwell, Loretta Schick, Sor anytime, any day; have your re-
Aminta De La Trinidad, Pat Foerster, Bobby Degraff, Josefa
Pacheco, Sandy Logue, Dana Tarter, Ryan Hathaway, Alexis ceipt stamped St. Catherine’s,
Lato, Mary Keeton, Johnny Hankel, Carlo Pacheco, Sr., Marie turn it in to the church, and at
Bills, Ada Rauco, Theresa Maniyangat, Christy Corum, Ber-
nadine Scroggins, Ann Setinsek, Jennie Hawkinson, Robert the end of the month we get 10%
Melson, Barry Scartoti, Beverly Kendrick, Maria de Jesus of the sale!
Valencia, James Carbonell, Todd Kelley, Carol Jones, Jean
Schuler, Eloisa Garcia, Ann. Melissa Staley and family,
Bernie Edmond, Jay Levenson, Kathy Lancaster, Marjorie The Urban Plungers thank you
Goyer, Robert Melson, Tommy Ippolito & Family, Rosa again for all of your support!
Herrera, Jim Slezak, Margaret Harvey, Daniel Kamara, Belen
Baran, Maria de Jesus Valencia, John Duncan, Ernesto &
Clara Palomino, Luis A. Bonilla, Julio Hanze, David Hause,
Brendon Porres, Debby Beaulieu, Dorothy Rogero, Diana
Dantic, Henry Simanoski, Yvonne Kosson, Noemi Ofarreolli.
Please visit the youth website
The Deceased: Ednamae Harding, Carmelo Augusto Intra- http://stcatspirit.tripod.com
vaia, Jeanne Marie Zimmer, Paul M. Guyette, J. Carmen Mar-
tinez, Peter Timothy Walls, and Kerry Ann Spencer. And
Follow us on Twitter: Stcatsyouth
The Flowers on the altar are Join our FACEBOOK Group!
in honor of the
Most Precious Blood.
Prayer House will meet Thursday,
July 27th in
LITURGICAL MINISTERS FOR The Youth Room at 7:15. We hope
JULY 29—SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY ORDINARY TIME
to see you there and please bring a
SAT. 5 PM—Altar Server: E. Miller, A. Hanson; Reader: E. friend or two!
Murray, J. Palazzolo; EMHC: N. Wetherbee, J. Steineck, M.
Ziegler, M. Anastas, T. Avena, R. Kerschen, R. Smith, A.
Marino, J. Ford, M. Scruby, V. Avena.
SUN. 8 AM—Altar Server: J. Delgadillo, T. Schad; Reader: The Youth have license plates
S. Granger, L. Caron; EMHC: F. Azer, DA. Armoogam, D.
Hall, G. Harris, P. Parot, B. Mayette, B. Schaeffer, J. for $20 in the Church office.
Yacalavitch, J. Sikora, D. Lake, J. Hardin, P. Sikora.
SUN. 10 AM—Altar Server: R. Gillette, C. Allen, A. Lloyd;
Reader: C. Cuevas, S. Higginbotham,; EMHC: V. Counts, M. Discernment Retreat, July 27-29 – The Office of Vocations
Cordor, J. Monroe, R. Gillette, V. Counts, A. Kerins, J. is sponsoring a discernment retreat at Marywood Retreat and
Heather, M. Wehby, D. Fiscus, R. Surio, K. Bagalacsa, M. Conference Center, St. Johns, FL. This retreat is open to men
Holmes, K. Vadnais. ages 16-40 who may be considering a vocation to the priest-
SUN. 12 PM—Altar Server: C. Hall, C. Hall, N. Yrigollen; hood. For more information please visit the Vocations Events
Reader: S. Hughes, C. Hall; EMHC: C. Forster, T. Muldrew, page on our diocesan website at www.dosafl.com. Pre-
M.L. Handy, I. Waters, M. Azenaro, J. Dang, C. Almojera, A. registration is required, so please call (904) 262-3200 ext.
Knowles, L. Soberano, K. Downing, M. Almojera, T. 101 or email email@example.com.
Schaffer, K. Forster.
SUN. 5 PM—Altar Server: H. Schwartz, J. Schwartz; La corresponsabilidad vivida ahora
Reader: M. Amy, H. Monahan; EMHC: C. Lopresti, G. Reflexiona sobre tu vida y trata de hacer un recuento de
Shwartz, M. Mullin, S. Bell, T. Lopresti, R. Schwartz. cómo pasaste la semana. ¿Cuánto tiempo dedicaste a Dios, la
SUN. 6:30 PM—Altar Server: M. Vasquez, G. Rodriguez; familia, el trabajo y los servicios? ¿Descansas y sabes relajarte, o
Reader: P. Portillo; EMHC: M. Galeano, D. Vasquez, L. M. sólo cambias de actividades? ¿Dónde pierdes el tiempo?
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XVI Domingo Ordinario News from Social Ministries …
¿Nuevo en la parroquia? ¡BIENVENIDO!
Para más información llame a Victoria Loreto al
904- 264-0577 ext..337 This July we will be redoing our
Confesiones en español:
• Los domingos antes de la Misa de las 6:30 p.m. Please contact Cheri in
the parish if you would
like to update your
“Vengan picture or if you would
conmigo a like to have someone
added. We will also
have a section for our
solitario fallen members.
un poco” NAMI FAMILY TO FAMILY CLASS - Free 12 week course
for families of individuals with schizophrenia, bipolar,
schizoaffective, depression, PTS, anxiety or obsessive
Mc 6,31 compulsive disorders… Excellent, comprehensive information
and support…Thursday evenings, beginning August 23, 2012,
from 6:00-8:30 PM., St. Catherine’s Rooney Hall…
¿Estamos conscientes que la falta de amor es la causa de Pre-registration required…Class limited to 25…Call Judy
nuestros males? Bennett (904-264-6402) or e-mail Judy Bennett at
Cenáculo de la Divina Voluntad: Cada Miércoles
firstname.lastname@example.org to register/ ask questions.
de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m. Salón de Conferencias.
Adoración Perpetua en la Capilla: Libre de 6:30 Words to live by ….
a.m. a 3 p.m. Otras horas, hablar con Mary Hartwell. Pope Benedicts XVI Encyclical letter CARITAS
Reunión de Jóvenes Hispanos: Martes a las 7 de la For the Church, instructed by the Gospel, charity is
noche. Informan Victoria Toledo, Mercedes Argueta, Silvia everything because, as Saint John teaches (cf. 1 Jn 4:8,
16) and as I recalled in my first Encyclical Letter,
Ensayo del Coro Infantil: Martes a las 6 de la tarde. “God is love” (Deus Caritas Est): everything has its ori-
Informan Itzel Ehrman y Alejandro Paez. gin in God's love, everything is shaped by it, everything
Clases de Inglés: Miércoles a las 10 de la mañana. Habrá is directed towards it. Love is God's greatest gift to
clases el mes de Julio. humanity, it is his promise and our hope.
Clase de Bautismo en español: La próxima será el 19 de
Agosto. Favor inscribirse en la oficina. Gracias Thinking about Catholic High School
Clases de RICA: Empiezan en Agosto. Si sabes de alguien que
Do you have a child entering the 8th grade at a public or non-catholic
quiera ser católico, invítalo, por favor. GRACIAS. private school this fall? Would you like that student to be able to take
advantage of all that Bishop Kenny has to
offer for teir high school years?
MAGNIFICAT Ya estamos recibiendo las suscripciones The registration list for the 2013-2014 school year opens on
para la renovacion de la revista Magnificat. Esta revista Wednesday, August 1, 2012. By placing your student’s name on our
contiene lecturas para todos los días, meditaciones y ora- list you’ll be assured of receiving informational literature, an invitation
ciones. Para quienes quieran renovarlo, podrán encontrar to our open house, placement test information and more. This is the
el formulario en la tienda de regalos. Para quienes esten same literature that is sent to 8th grade students in the Catholic ele-
interesados en adquirirla favor llamar a la oficina mentary schools. All you have to do is call the office of Admissions at
Parroquial.. 398-7545 to be included on the list..
Catholic Teaching on Marriage, Married Love and
…the nature of marriage
God Himself is the author of marriage, endowed as it is with
various benefits and purposes. All of these have a very deci-
sive bearing on the continuation of the human race, on the per-
sonal development and eternal destiny of the individual mem-
bers of a family, and on the dignity, stability, peace and pros-
perity of the family itself and of human society as a whole. (The
Second Vatican Council, Gaudium et spes, no. 48) By their very nature,
the institution of matrimony itself and conjugal love are or-
dained for the procreation and education of children, and find in
them their ultimate crown. (The Second Vatican Council, Gaudium et
spes, no. 48)
Marriage is not, then, the effect of chance or the product of
evolution of unconscious natural forces; it is the wise institution of the Creator to realize in mankind His design of love.
(Humanae vitae, no. 8) Marriage is more than a civil contract; it is a lifelong covenant of love between a man and a woman. It
is an intimate partnership in which husbands and wives learn to give and receive love unselfishly, and then teach their chil-
dren to do so as well. Christian marriage in particular is a “great mystery,” a sign of love between Christ and His Church
(Eph 5:32). (Married Love and the Gift of Life, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2006, p. 3)
The Church speaks of an inseparable connection between the two ends of marriage: the good of the spouses themselves
as well as the procreation of children. The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that “these two meanings or values
of marriage cannot be separated without altering the couple’s spiritual life and compromising the goods of marriage and
the future of the family.” This inseparability arises from the very nature of conjugal love, a love that “stands under the two-
fold obligation of fidelity and fecundity.” (See,
Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2009, p. 15)
2012 Candidate Questionnaire Project: What’s a Catholic voter to do? Catholic faithful are urged to choose their
political leaders to principle, not party affiliation or mere self-interest. To help parishioners become informed on where
candidates stand on key issues, the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops has polled those running for office in the
U.S. Congress and Florida Legislature. To see how candidates on the August 14 primary election/November 6 general
election ballot respond to the questionnaire, visit www.flaccb.org/CQP/2012.
2012 Candidate Questionnaire Project: Let your conscience be your guide. Catholic faithful are called to political
engagement shaped by the moral convictions of well-formed consciences and focused on the dignity of every human
being, the pursuit of the common good, and the protection of the weak and the vulnerable. To help parishioners become
informed on where candidates stand on key issues, the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops has polled those running
for office in the U.S. Congress and Florida Legislature. To see how candidates on the August 14 primary election/
November 6 general election ballot responded to the questionnaire, visit www.flaccb.org/CQP/2012.
2012 Candidate Questionnaire Project: An informed voter is a responsible voter. The U.S. bishops remind us, “In
the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation.’ To help
parishioners become informed on where candidates stand by on key issues, the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops
has polled those running for office in the U.S. Congress and Florida Legislature. To see how candidates on the August
14 primary election / November 6 general election ballot responded to the questionnaire, visit www.flaccb.org/
FATHER JOHN NEEDS YOUR HELP…..
St. Augustine Parish in Ghana is opening a preschool and they are in need of ...
Toys, Puzzles, Crayons, pencils Reading books,
Blocks, & more Scissors, paper Backpacks, clothing
(no batteries ) etc. And shoes
Bring them to the parish office no later then August 15th
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LIVING THE PASCHAL MYSTERY CHICKEN FOOT is here! (for Adults only)
every Friday at 4:00pm in Rooney Hall.
Today we celebrate the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary
Time. How nice if all of us would hunger for Jesus’ teach- Chicken foot owes its name to the shape the
ing as much as we desire our physical, spiritual, and emo- tiles make when playing the game. It is usually
tional needs to be met! One way to assure that we are al- played with a double-12 set of dominoes; how-
ways able to hear and receive Jesus’ teaching is to depart, ever, there is no resemblance to the traditional game of
like the apostles, to a deserted place to rest. Part of living dominoes. The object of the game is to play all of your
the rhythm of the paschal mystery is to discern when to tiles first. Players find it best to be ready to laugh a lot.
care for others and when to care for ourselves. This is not
always such an easy balance to achieve. So we look to the
Good Shepherd to learn when to teach and good deeds, The Diocesan Center for Family Life has a job opening for a
and when to rest. We look to the Good Shepherd to know part-time Marriage and Family Life Assistant. Assists the Mar-
when to pursue the good we think we need and when to let riage and Family Life Coordinator and ensures smooth operation of
that good lead us to something even greater. We look to both the ministry and the office by managing administrative func-
the Good Shepherd to give us unexpected good beyond our tions. Intermediate to advanced proficiency in the Microsoft Office
imagining. suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and
Many of us could never imagine ourselves serving one
Access needed. Minimum high school diploma or equivalent re-
another through the Liturgy, but perhaps when you “draw
away” like the apostles, you may discover that you yearn quired plus knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church on
to share the word as a reader, or sing your prayers in the Marriage and Family Life issues. Occasional weekend hours. Inter-
choir, or even to hold and share the Body of Christ as an ested candidates should mail a cover letter, ‘Employment Application’
Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist. Do not limit and resume to: Diocesan Center for Family Life, Attn: Mike Day,
yourself or your thoughts when you are within the walls of 2577 Park Street, Jacksonville, FL 32204 no later than July 27,
our Church and our Liturgy. Be open to the Call! 2012. The ‘Employment Application’ can be found on the diocesan
website (www.dosafl.com) under ‘Employment’. For a complete job
The Diocesan Center for Family Life has a job opening for a description or more information, email email@example.com.
part-time Respect Life Administrative Assistant. Assists the Re-
spect Life Coordinator and ensures smooth operation of both the
ministry and the office by managing administrative functions. Inter-
mediate to advanced proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, includ-
ing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and Access
needed. Minimum high school diploma or equivalent required plus
knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church on Respect Life
issues. Occasional weekend hours. Interested candidates should
mail a cover letter, ‘Employment Application’ and resume to: Dioce-
san Center for Family Life, Attn: Mike Day, 2577 Park Street, Jack-
sonville, FL 32204 no later than July 27, 2012. The ‘Employment
Application’ can be found on the diocesan website (www.dosafl.com)
under ‘Employment’. For a complete job description or more informa-
tion, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diocesan Marriage Renewal weekend, August
17-19 – This weekend is an opportunity to spend
time with each other to rekindle and renew your
love. The weekend consists of talks given by a
priest and married couples, time for reflection
alone with your spouse and plenty of privacy to
foster the growth of your sacramental union in
Christ. There is no forced sharing. For more infor-
mation, contact John and Tina Morrissey at
(904) 744-6843 or see our website at: