January 8, 2012 Page 1
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH
10800 HENDERSON RD., VENTURA, CA 93004 (805) 647-3235; FAX (805) 647-8087
Visit us on the WEB at: www.sacredheartventura.org
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SACRED HEART SCHOOL
10770 Henderson Rd., Ventura, CA 93004 (805) 647-6174
Visit us on the WEB at: www.sacredheartschoolventura.org
OUR SHARED MISSION
We are called to be an unconditional loving and welcoming community.
We have been called by our Baptism, into the body of Christ, and we celebrate our
relationship in Word, Sacrament, and family celebration.
Rev. Cyprian Carlo, Pastor Vivian Nichols, Business Manager
Rev. Bill Bolton, Associate Pastor Karen Oishi, Office Manager
REV. Daniel O’Sullivan, Pastor Emeritus Marion Inglis, Bulletin Editor
Deacon John Barry Aurora Gonzales, Secretary
Deacon Fernando Flores Sr. Margaret Mary, SND, DRE
Deacon Phil Conforti Justin Wilburn, Youth Ministry
Deacon Humberto Guzman Christine Benner, Principal
Don Mulville, Maintenance; Sp. Events Coord.
BAPTISMS: Parents & godparents are required to RELIGIOUS SERVICES
attend a class focused on their responsibilities & the
meaning of the Sacrament prior to the ceremony. (SERVICIOS RELIGIOSOS)
Classes are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month. WEEKEND EUCHARIST:
Call the parish office to set an appointment. After the Saturday and Eves of Holy Days: 5:30 p.m.
initial interview the office will call you to schedule the Sundays: 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
class and the Baptism. 12:00 noon (Español), and 5:30 p.m.
MARRIAGES/QUINCEAÑERAS: They need to be
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE:
arranged at least six months prior by calling the parish
office & scheduling an appointment with a priest or Monday - Friday: 7:00, 8:30 a.m.
deacon. Wednesday: 5:30 p.m. (Español) & Friday 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.
VOCATIONS: If you think that God might be calling
you to serve God as a priest, a brother, or sister CONFESSION SCHEDULE:
contact: Fr. John Love at (805) 968-1078 or Friday: 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
email@example.com. Saturday: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
UPCOMING AT SACRED HEART Morning Prayer: Monday - Friday 6:40 am, 8:15 am
Rosary: Monday—Friday 6:25 am 9:00 am
Youth Ministry—Edge Night Tonight Saturday 6:00 am
Religious Education Parent Meeting Jan 9 Sunday 7:00am
Confirmation—Santa Barbara Youth Day Jan 14 Holy Hour: Friday 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Young in Spirit Luncheon Jan 19 First Friday for Vocations
Last Friday of the Month 7-8 p.m. (Español)
Divine Mercy Chaplet & Rosary: Friday 3 p.m.
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“Unconditionally Pro-Life, Pro-Family”
The Epiphany of the Lord
January 8, 2012
All kings shall pay him homage, all nations shall serve him.
— Psalm 72:11
BETWEEN OURSELVES best gift we can offer is actually listening to those who feel
isolated or alone. If you need hints, on the Feast of Christ
From Fr. Bill
the King Jesus posted His wish list (Matthew 25: 31-46).
Have I Lost Sight of The Star? You may not know what you can offer, but check with
Traffic jams, constant noise, getting twitter or facebook our St. Vincent de Paul Society, or even the weekly
updates of people’s random thoughts… like an overly volunteer opportunities found in the Ventura County Star,
stimulated infant, we may drift into mediocrity and or maybe pray and open your eyes to see the Star that
apathy. We often slowly slide into the numbing, mindless God places before you… where you find yourself saying
rituals of television, shopping, computer games, the “How can God allow that?” or “That is so sad.” Or “Why
Internet, gambling — all that drags on us, snatching our isn’t something doing something about that?”
money and time. God has made us to know Him, to love Him and to
What am I doing here? Why am I alive? What is the serve Him in this life, and to be happy with Him in the
point of life? Sometimes these questions rise up in our next. (Or at least that is what I both remember and
darkest moments, during sleepless nights, when we are believe from my Baltimore Catechism.) Epiphany is a
battling personal crisis or feeling helpless in the face of great time to get out of our darkness and bring our gifts
disaster and tragedy. Yet many of us long to know what into the Light.
we are doing here. What is life’s purpose? What are we
supposed to do, and how do we know what we are WHOLE COMMUNITY CATECHESIS
meant to do with life? Reflection: Gold was given to Jesus in recognition of
In the Gospel readings during the Christmas season, His kingship to come. Frankincense, touted for its
we hear about shepherds (“The shepherds went in haste medicinal and restorative properties, was given to Jesus
to Bethlehem… they made known the message that had acknowledging His priesthood. Myrrh, known for its
been told them about this child”) and magi (“They healing properties, was given to Jesus foretelling His
prostrated themselves and did him homage. Then they death. These symbols carry certain meaning in our
opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, reflection on the epiphany of our Lord, but the underlying
frankincense and myrrh”). They had clear intentions; they theme that is present in the first and second readings as
felt compelled to do something. They had a determined well as the gospel is that a new and wonderful light has
purpose to their journey even though they were uncertain come into the world and gathered unto itself all, both Jew
where it might lead. and Gentile.
We as Catholics believe that God has made each and Question of the Week: In keeping with the spirit of unity
every one of us on purpose, for His purpose. We believe and inclusiveness for all, as shown in our readings and
that God has given each of us gifts that we can offer to gospel, how have we lived this spirit our in our lives?
the King of Kings, and the Lord of Lords. For example, Resolution: We may rail against those who intrude into
Our Children’s Choir has begun singing once a month our lives preaching the gospel message of Jesus Christ
at two of our local senior living communities, “The as savior and yet still admire their zeal for doing so.
Bonaventure” and “The Palms.” Like the little drummer Yet, that is just what our Lord calls us to do; we must be
boy, they are offering their gift of music. Additionally, we a light to the nations. It is by our words and in our lives
require all of our Confirmation Candidates to do at least that others see our God as a light calling to them. Unity
twenty hours of Christian Service. Whether they are and inclusiveness exist only when we can turn to those
coaching, tutoring, assisting at Religious Education, who are not us and approach them as brothers, sisters
helping at a nursing home or a daycare or food-pantry, all and children of God.
of God’s children, regardless of age should be taught to
use their time, talents, and energy in God’s service. THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
(Parents/sponsors it would be helpful to make time to
learn about your child’s project...and make sure it won’t
be left to the last minute.) The Baptism of the Lord, which is the
What is it that I am offering Him? He is present in the end of the Christmas season, is the feast
unemployed, the hungry, unwed mothers, prisoners, the day commemorating the baptism of Jesus
elderly, the young, the ill or in hospice. Sometimes the in the Jordan River by John the Baptist.
January 8, 2012 SACRED HEART NEWS Page 3
Youth Ministry News
From Fr. Bill
Tonight is our junior high edge night entitled "The
Deep End". It is a night about praise and worship
with a unique opportunity to partake in adoration Sr. Margaret Mary
with praise and worship. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
On January 9 & 10 our confirmation classes will
be resuming. These classes are for both year 2 Classes this week are:
and year 1 students. Also, all year 1 students a. Sunday, January 8th, 10:30-11:45 a.m.
need to receive a permission slip for Santa b. Tuesday, January 11th, 6:30-8:30 p.m. for Older
Barbara youth day. First Communion.
Santa Barbara youth day is on January 14 from c. Wednesday, January 11th, 3:45-5 p.m.
9am to 4pm and is a requirement for all year 1 Religious Education Congress is in March. We are
students. We still need two more parents to drive happy to have 9 religious education volunteers
so if you are interested please contact the office of attending this year. Congress books are still available
youth ministry ASAP. at the welcome booth.
PARENT MEETING for those whose children are
making first communion this year.
SACRED HEART WOMEN’S RETREAT Monday, January 9th (tomorrow)
Attention Sacred Heart Women! Our Biedermann Hall — 7 p.m
annual Women’s Retreat will be held At least one parent is required to attend.
February 24-26, 2012 at Mission Renewal Important information regarding First Confession will be
Center, Old Mission Santa Barbara. The presented. Adults only. No children under 12 allowed.
theme is: The Choices We Make Become 4. Reminder to parents of students receiving first
The Story Of Our Lives, presented by Paula D’Arcy, a communion this year that all children must know
writer, playwright and retreat leader. She has spoken at the before the end of February:
Religious Education Congress several times. Pick up your a. Act of Contrition
registration from the rectory or welcome booth. The cost is b. Ten Commandments
$225 for single occupancy and double occupancy $195 c. Spiritual and Corporal Work of Mercy
each. Sacred Heart Women and the San Lorenzo
Women’s Retreat Group get first priority. Make your ST. VINCENT DE PAUL NEWS...
reservations soon. A $50 non-refundable deposit is
In fiscal year 2011 which ended on September 30 our
required to secure your place at this retreat. Any questions
St. Vincent de Paul Conference received a total of
call Jeannette at 667-6660.
$47,078 in monetary donations. Most of that was donated
by members of Sacred Heart. We feel an obligation to
CAN YOU HELP? report to you on how it was spent. $19,290 went to rental
A senior member of Sacred Heart is in need assistance. $6,284 went to utilities, including water.
of an older, reliable car. Older, because she $3,300 went for temporary housing of families with
can't afford newer. Reliable, because she children and/or ill homeless. $1,500 was used to repair
needs to be able to get to appointments and cars, pay insurance and/or DMV fees. $11,333 was used
Mass. Her present car is no longer reliable. Please call in the purchase of food cards. The "misc." column had a
St. Vincent de Paul at 216-2787 if you have such a car total of $12,000. In that column went expenses for
for sale or to donate. running the conference, including phones, the van for
food collection, and help with prescriptions and other
medical needs of those we serve. Our members made
Young in Spirit New Year Luncheon 767 visits to those asking for help, along with visits to sick
Thursday, January 19th and elderly in hospitals and retirement centers. We took
11:30 a.m. in Biedermann Hall calls from 350-400 people whom we referred to other
Bring a dish to share, bring a friend. sources of aid, but did not help directly. Our food drives
For information call Marie, 659-4652 and our loyal food collectors brought in an estimated
For transportation call Carol, 647-5345. $25,000 worth of food which was distributed by local
pantries. Our Bundle Sundays helped supply our Thrift
Store with items to give to those in need and to sell to
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLETS raise funds to help the Society of St. Vincent de Paul help
Please join us in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplets in others. We thank God for the wonderfully generous
response to our Lord’s request conveyed to St. Faustina, members of this parish who give us the means to help
followed by the rosary every Friday at 3 p.m. in the those who call on us. May He bless you abundantly
church. throughout 2012.
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MONTHLY INCOME VS. EXPENSE REPORT
Oct 2011 Nov 2011 Dec 2011 Fiscal YTD 2012
Intenciones de la Semana
ordinary 77,551 62,012 65,804 428,739
Christmas — — 17,665 17,665 (†)Deceased (-)Intentions
Liturgy don. — — — 4,000 Sunday, January 8
Fiesta 16,565 468.00 (31.00) 20,683 5:30 pm (Sat) † Donald H. Price
Expenses: 7:30 am † Ernest Javier Guzman
ordinary (71,372) (67,656) (66,860) (439,684) 9:00 am - Dunn Family
rectory 10:30 am † Omaira Rodriguez
flooring — — — (13,330) 12:00 pm Parishioners of Sacred Heart
rectory 5:30 pm † Angel Flores
sidewalk (7,265) — — (7,265)
Monday, January 9
7:00 am † Marilynn Connelly
lighting (3,500) (2,156) — (5,656)
8:30 am † Beth Brock
roof work — (1,800) (475.00) (2,275) Tuesday, January 10
Net 7:00 am † William Raymond, Sr.
Income: 11,979 (9,132) 16,103 2,877 8:30 am † Juanita Misbeek
TOGETHER IN MISSION Wednesday, January 11
7:00 am -
Parish Goal: 70,956.00
8:30 am †
Amount Pledged: 72,927.00
5:30 pm(Español) † Angelina Navarro
Amount Paid on Pledges: 69,027.00
Remaining Balance: 1,929.00 Thursday, January 12
The final statement for this year have gone out. All pledge 7:00 am Communion Service
payments made through January 2012 will apply toward the 2011 8:30 am †
campaign. If you have a remaining balance on your pledge, you
Friday, January 13
may send it in to the Together In Mission office, or drop it by the
church office. Thank you for supporting the parishes and schools
7:00 am † Frank E. Vrtis
that are not financially able to make it on their own. 8:30 am †
5:30 pm † Joseph Ai Nguyen
Saturday, January 14
Parish Support : $17,125.76 Building Fund: $3,045.50
8:30 am - Alexandra Sequeira
School Support: $362.00 SVdP: $1,208.50
Children’s env : $77.31
5:30 pm † Donald H. Price
Archdiocesan collection: $68.50
TOTAL COLLECTION: $21,887.57
PLEASE PRAY FOR
How successful has our offertory been?
518 families pledged a total of $625,776 annually. The following The Sick of our Parish — Enfermos de Nuestra
monthly income comparison has been provided for your review. Parroquia: Hugo Aguilera, Anthony Baird
October November December 3 mo average Died in Christ — Murio en Cristo: Helen Klipfeld,
2010 61,644 72,003 61,780 65,142.33 Jeanne Serleto, David Reis, Karen Reis, Julia Rivas
2011 67,100 55,623 56,705 59,809.33
Friday 9 a.m. — Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Let us remember that He who is in the Host is the God who made us, who has given us everything, who loves us and
who alone can understand the secrets of our hearts. Christ the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, who became man, born
of the Virgin Mary, is present. The same Jesus Christ is still with us, really, truly and substantially. He will remain with us till
the end of the world.
~St Peter Julian Eymard
Can you return His love? We need one more adorer on Saturday at 7AM. Please call Elaine 659-4931. This week’s
vocal Holy Hour in English @ 7p.m. is for Vocations.
WORDS OF WISDOM…
“The greatest of worries can’t pay the smallest of debts.”
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MISA DEL MEDIODIA, 12 P.M.
Diácono Fernando Flores-Director
La Epifanía del Señor
La Epifanía de nuestro Señor Jesucristo fue una BAUTISMOS: En Español son el Tercer Domingo del
manifestación triple: A través de la estrella que los guió Mes, a la 1:30 p.m. Clases pre-bautismales son
hacia Belén; A través de la voz celestial en Su Bautismo requeridas para los padres y padrinos. La clase para
en el Jordán; A través de la conversión del agua en vino bautismos es el Segundo Viernes del mes a las 7:00
en las bodas de Cana. Así Él se manifestó como Dios y p.m. La entrevista & registración requieren de dos
Rey de todas las naciones del mundo. meses de anticipación hablando a la oficina del
Felicidad CASAMIENTOS/QUINCEAÑERAS: Favor de hacer una
Hijos míos, los tres actos de fe, esperanza y caridad cita previa de 6 mes, llamando a la rectoria.
contienen toda la felicidad de los seres humanos sobre la tierra.
IN THE COMMUNITY...
FAITH & MIGRATION ST. BONAVENTURE EINSTEIN & WINE
A Three-part Discussion Series Saint Bonaventure High School (SBHS) is
San Buenaventura Mission invites you to attend a three- privileged to host some of Ventura County's finest
part discussion series on Faith and Migration on restaurants and exceptional wineries for an
Wednesdays, January 18, 25 & February 1. This afternoon of food and wine tasting. A reserve
informative issue is sponsored by the Catholic Circle of wine tasting, silent auction and a live auction will be part
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE) for of your afternoon's entertainment.
Ventura County. Join as at 7 pm each Wednesday evening Proceeds will go towards the SBHS Academic
in the San Bonaventura Room on the first floor of Holy Enrichment Programs. Please join us on:
Cross School, behind the Mission, for films and discussion Saturday, January 28, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Serra Center,
on this important topic and how our faith calls us Padre Serra Parish, 5205 Upland Rd, Camarillo.
to respond. For more information, call Juana at (805) The reserve tasting will be from 3:45 - 4:45 for an
701-0321. additional $25. Food/wine tasting and auctions are from
4:00-7:00 p.m. at a cost of $50. Tickets may be purchased
ROE V. WADE ANNIVERSARY MASS online by following the links on the school's website at
www.saintbonaventure.com. For additional information or
Around the January anniversary of the Roe v. Wade questions, please contact Annemarie Sacher at (805)
Supreme Court Decision a beautiful Mass and Ceremony 650-2708 or Tina Castro, Vice Principal at (805) 648-6836.
is celebrated each year in the Cathedral of Our Lady of
the Angels. As an Archdiocesan family we affirm our
belief in the sanctity of all human life. St. Bonaventure Open House
The liturgy will conclude with a moving ceremony of St. Bonaventure High School will host an Open
light during which members of the assembly will bring House on TODAY, January 8th from 3:00-4:30
forward candles – one candle for each life lost to abortion p.m. Take advantage of the opportunity to receive
that day in the County of Los Angeles. These candles, information on school academic and extra-curricular
each representing a life no longer with us, will remain lit programs, meet teachers and administrators and take a
and displayed on the Cathedral Plaza for the following tour of the campus. SBHS is accepting applications for the
week as a vivid reminder of our continuing commitment to 2012-13 school year. Applications submitted by January
life. 18th for incoming freshmen will guarantee registration
Saturday, January 21, 2012 for the entrance exam on Saturday, January 21st. For
6:00 p.m. more information contact Deacon Don Huntley at
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles email@example.com or 648-6836 x107.
(A discounted parking rate of $5 per car will be in effect
for the event; carpooling encouraged) ANNUAL WALK FOR LIFE WEST COAST
VIRTUS TRAINING Please save the date! The 8th Annual Walk for Life
Keeping the Promise Alive, Recertification (Only) Training West Coast in San Francisco is set for January 21,2012.
St. Julie Billiart Catholic Church (Newbury Park) With 7,000 participants the first year & 50,000 last year,
Saturday, January 28, 2012 — 9:00 AM the Walk for Life is the fastest growing movement in the
Call (805) 499-0979 ext. 2 to reserve a place West Coast. For more info: www.WalkforLIfeWC.com.
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SACRED HEART PARISH OFFICES LITURGICAL MINISTRIES
SACRED HEART SCHOOL: 647-6174
Christine Benner, Principal ALTAR SERVERS MINISTRY: 525-0010
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE: 647-3235 Sandie Dominguez
Sister Margaret Mary Scott, S.N.D., Director Ext. 306 BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY: 667-6660
HISPANIC MINISTRY (Ministerio Hispano): 647-3235 Jeannette Longwill
Deacon Fernando Flores, Director Ext. 311 EUCHARISTIC MINISTRY COORDINATOR: 647-4078
YOUTH MINISTRY: 647-3235 Tom Chess
Justin Wilburn Ext. 313 INFANT BAPTISMS: 647-3235
PLANT MANAGER: (Cell) 797-4474 Dcn. John Barry Ext. 314
Don Mulville LECTOR MINISTRY: 340-3983
SCRIP OFFICE: 647-0713 Rick Goulette
Shaune Ramirez MARRIAGE COORDINATOR: 647-4490
Mary Jane Wallace
MINISTRY TO THE SICK: 667-6660
ORGANIZATIONS Jeannette Longwill, Facilitator
USHERS MINISTRY: 647-4843
BIBLE STUDY 647-3235
BOY SCOUTS 320-1369 MUSIC COORDINATOR: 279-7595
Dan Seemiller Sarah Hardcastle
CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP 647-5648 CHILDREN’S CHOIR: 647-3235
Tony & Maria Lozano R.C.I.A. ADULT ED: 647-3235
CUB SCOUTS 469-9870
DETENTION MINISTRY 340-3983 CORDINADORES DE LITURGIA
EUCHARISTIC APOSTLES OF DIVINE MERCY 647-3086 LECTORES:
Bob & Zaida Worthley Jose Cancino 525-4327
FAMILY TO FAMILY 650-8557 MINISTROS DE EUCARISTIA:
Nita Perkins Maria Lopez 612-8887
FINANCE COUNCIL 659-3839 UJIERES:
Cindy Fanning Cesar Alviso 421-6558
GUADALUPANAS 647-3603 SERVIDORES DEL ALTAR:
Maria Anguiano Ornelia Martinez 647-4328
ITALIAN CATHOLIC FEDERATION 659-2255 MINISTERIO DE MUSICA: 647-3235
Carol Eller Dcn. Fernando Flores Ext. 311
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 647-4843 CORO:
Joe Lee, Grand Knight
Hector Reyes 701-2253
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING 647-7306
David & Wilhelmina Stoll
PARENT TEACHER COUNCIL 644-8863 Roberto & Josie Piña 659-1084
Anna Hall, President Alejandro & Mayela Vasquez 647-4975
POLISH COMMUNITY 659-3751 Dcn. Fernando & Rosa Flores 659-3412
Ed Osiadacz RICA (Iniciación Cristiana):
RESPECT LIFE 647-2426 Rosa Flores 323-5688
SENIOR ASSISTANCE 647-5345
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 216-2787 PARISH REGISTRATION OR
Person on call CHANGE OF ADDRESS
WELCOMING MINISTRY 794-3613
If you are new in our Parish Community or have a new
Dcn. John Barry
address or phone number; please complete this form and
WORLD APOSTOLATE OF FATIMA 658-8941
Huguette Johnston place in the collection basket or return to the parish office so
JOVENES ADULTOS PARA CRISTO 317-9043 we can keep our records current. Thank you.
(Young Adults for Christ)
Jose Arroyo, Coordinator
Cesar Alvizo, Sub-coordinator 421-6558 ADDRESS
Read bulletin online at the Sacred Heart Church ZIP
Please email all bulletin announcements by Fridays PHONE
at 5 p.m. (10 days before bulletin is distributed) to □ Moving Out of Parish □ New Registration
firstname.lastname@example.org. □ Change of Address/Phone Number
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bathes in an ADVERTISED shower
shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
brushes his teeth
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washes with ADVERTISED soap
puts on ADVERTISED clothes
drinks a cup
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drives to work
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and then . . . . SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
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believing it doesn’t pay. YEAR AFTER YEAR!
Later if business is poor
he ADVERTISES it for sale.
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TREASURES OF THE VATICAN
2012 WALL CALENDAR
• Illuminated manuscript art from the Vatican Apostolic Library
(The Pope’s personal collection!)
• Charming photographs of Pope Benedict XVI and excerpts from his writings
• Large Roman Catholic calendar grid with important liturgical and civil dates
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Remodels - Additions
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