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					            PARISH STAFF
     Rev. Hector J. Madrigal, Pastor

          Mary Louise Vigil
      Administrative Pastoral Asst.
           Parish Secretary
                   *
     Leo Ramos and Willy Montano
               Deacons
                   *
            Sandy Brisley
              Bookkeeper
                   *****
 Phil Seidenberger - Parish Council President
 Angie Warren - Finance Council President
  Gerry Ault - Altar Society President
   Angela Uriega - Adult Faith Formation
   Evelyn Mula - Children’s Faith Formation                 January 23, 2011
   Sonia Higgins - Youth Director                     Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
   Lola Wooten - Saint Luke’s Ministry
              Music Ministry :                    St. Joseph Parish Mission Statement
   Vacant - 5:00 pm Saturday Mass
   Jane O’Grady - 8:00 am Sunday Mass
                                                  We are a family united in our Catholic faith:
   Pat Carathers - 11:00 am Sunday Mass                To welcome all God’s children,
                                                       And continue Christ’s mission of
                      *                                  Love, Service and Education
              Angi Seidenberger                               To the Community.
         Saint Joseph School Principal
                       *
                Jimmy Gonzales                  Saint Joseph Catholic Church
            School Board President
                        *                                4122 South Bonham Street
                  Amy Phillips                            Amarillo, Texas 79110-1113
     Parent Teachers Organization President       806-355-5621 (Office) / 806-355-5622 (Fax)
                       *                          Email: stjosephschurchamatx@yahoo.com
                   Gail Saiz                      Website: stjosephamarillo.com
     St. Joseph Day Care Center Director          Diocesan website: amarillodiocese.org
           Office Hours:
  Monday—Thursday 8:30am—3:30pm                              CAMPUS OFFICES
      Friday 8:30am—12:00pm                     Saint Joseph Elementary School 806-359-1604
       Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm                      Saint Joseph Day Care Center 806-353-7043
                                                 Holy Cross Catholic Academy 806-355-9637
    Sacrament of Reconciliation
                                                Confraternity of Christian Doctrine ( CCD )
          ( Confession )                                For Children (Grades 1—5)
       Saturday 3:45 PM - 4:30 PM
            or by appointment                           Sundays 9:15am -10:45am
                                                      Saint Joseph School Classrooms
      Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
Saturday 5:00PM Sunday 8:00 & 11:00 AM,           Youth Ministry—”I.T.” Impacting Teens
            Spanish Mass 1 PM                           Sundays 5:00pm—7:00 pm
    Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 8:15 AM
             Tuesday 6:30 PM                                 Adoration Chapel
                                                    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Sacrament of Baptism & Matrimony                       Monday 8:00 a.m. — 10:00p.m.
                                                     Tuesday-Friday 5:00a.m.-10:00p.m.
         Contact the Parish Office                     Saturday 5:00a.m. —6:00p.m.
                                 Welcome to St. Joseph Catholic Church!
                                          4122 S. Bonham St.
                                          Amarillo, TX 79110
                                                                                      Parish News
                                                                                      Bingo News
                                                             Thank you to all our Bingo Players! We brought in
                                                             $600.00 to go towards our 21st Century
                                                             Classrooms. Our 21st Century classrooms project
                                                             is almost complete and we are 4 months ahead of
                                                             schedule. Now St Joseph ’ s Church School
                                                             Quality Steering Committee can move on to the
                                                             next project to improve our precious little school. Our Bingo
On those dwelling in a land overshadowed by death            winners were: Kim Huseman ( 2xs ) , Micah Matlock, Willie
light has arisen.                                            Faye Huseman, Jessica Fajardo, Nora Huelster, Brian Blanford,
From that time on, Jesus began to preach and say, "Repent,   Eric Fajardo, Andy Friedrichsen, Barbara Leedy, and Yolanda
for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." - Mt 4:16b-17         Grimes.
                                                                                       Please Note
                                                                           Remember that we are serving a free breakfast to
3rd      Sunday          in     Ordinary            Time                   show our appreciation to our parishioners next
                                                                           Sunday, January 30th starting at 9:00 a.m. To
After reading today's Gospel, I found myself wondering                     12:30 p.m. The breakfast will not start at 8:00
what would be the kind of call for which I would leave       a.m. as previously scheduled. This breakfast is courtesy of K of
at once what I was doing as Simon Peter and Andrew           C #4621 and our School PTO. Thank you.
did. I know if my next-door neighbor with a disabled                                 Silent Auction
daughter would call for help I would run over right          We are working on our Silent Auction for the
away. The same goes if I got a phone call for help from      upcoming Smorgasbord which is scheduled for
my ninety-three-year-old mother. If there were an            February 13th. If you have any treasures that you
accident in front of my house I would run out right          would consider donating to our silent auction,
                                                             please contact Pam Aragon at 206-2300 or Gerry
away. And if someone important called-the president,         Ault at 676-82
the mayor, the bishop (all unlikely probabilities), my
boss-I would respond. I tried to think for whom I would                                 Help Needed
get up from my work and leave immediately, and I was         Helpers are needed to roll meatballs for the upcoming
hard-pressed to come up with an answer.                      Smorgasbord. We will be rolling meatballs on January
                                                             29th in the School Kitchen. We will start at 8:30 a.m. and
        All this leads me to wonder about the Gospel.        be done by noon. Come when you can and share in the
Did Peter and Andrew already know Jesus? Were                fellowship and fun. If you have any questions call Irene Acker at
James and John familiar with his teaching? Matthew           353-2019.
doesn't give us much to go on other than the fact that
Jesus had started preaching a message of repentance                                         Smorgasbord
                                                                           The 55th Annual Smorgasbord will be held February
and the advent of the kingdom of heaven. So what made                      13, 2011, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the school
them       get      up    at     once       and    go?                     cafeteria. Tickets are $7.50 in advance for adults
        Certainly the spontaneous response of these                        and $8.00 at the door. Advance tickets for children
four fishermen to Jesus involved the action of God's                       ages     five to eleven are $4.00. The
grace. Maybe they had already considered getting out         Smorgasbord is an all-you-can-eat event featuring the
                                                             famous St Joseph ’ s Swedish Meatballs, ham, turkey,
of the business. Or possibly they were mesmerized by         and a wide variety of salads and desserts. There will
this charismatic preacher. For whatever reason, Peter        also be a quilt raffle, country store, children bazaar,
and Andrew, James and John chose to cooperate with           and silent auction. Please make plans to attend. Invite all your
God's grace by responding to the call that Jesus gave to     family, relatives, and friends to come and eat with us.
them. Their response changed their lives forever. We
                                                                                    St. Joseph ’ s School News
know they still did fishing, even after the Resurrection              The St Joseph Book Fair will begin after the 11:00a.m.
(see Jn 21), but they became apostles and spread the                  Mass on January 30, which kicks-off our celebration of
good news of Jesus throughout the world. God's call to       Catholic Schools Week. On this Sunday, our school wants to
each of us may not be as dramatic as someone walking         feed you breakfast in our gym between the hours of 9 a.m.
up to us in the workplace and saying, "Follow me." But       to12:30 p.m. You can come before Mass or you can come after
                                                             you have attended Mass. It will be scrambled eggs, pancakes,
the call comes just the same. Are we ready to cooperate      sausage and bacon, cooked by the K of C #4621.We invite you
with God's grace?                                            to stop by the Book Fair located in the Library before or after
                                                             your meal. Reading is the gateway to learning!
                                     ADORATION CHAPEL


Your commitment to fill the following hours (even on a tem-
porary basis) would be greatly appreciated, in order to re-
lieve the few who have kept these hours covered at great
sacrifice. Please call the Parish
Office if you can help with day or night time hours. ADORA-
TION NEEDS:

SATURDAY: 8AM & 2PM                                                                       This Week in the Parish
Could you not watch one hour with Me?           (Mt. 26:40)                               January 23—29, 2011
                                                                         Sunday:
                                                                                       8:00 a.m.       Mass
                      Around the Diocese
                                                                                       9:15 a.m.       Children Faith Formation
                                                                                       11:00 a.m.      Parish Intentions
              St Anne’s Sewing Circle of St Mary’s
                                                                                       1:00 p.m.       Spanish Mass
            This circle will be hosting a sewing re-
                                                                                       4:00 p.m.       Sudanese Rosary
            treat at the Bishop DeFalco Retreat Cen-
                                                                                       5:00 p.m.       Impacting Teens
            ter on Wednesday, February 2, 2011 to
            Friday, February 4, 2011. This retreat is
designed for women of faith who enjoy the art of                         Monday:       8:15 a.m. Mass
needlework, machine work, quilting, crafts, or scrap-                                  7:00 p.m. Marian Movement for Priest
booking combined with fellowship. Bring a project                                                         Adoration Chapel
and join us. For more information contact the Bishop
Retreat Center at (806)383-1811. Ask for Dari or                         Tuesday:      6:15 p.m. Evening Prayers
Robert.
                                                                                       6:30 p.m. Mass
         Catholic Campus Ministry Dinner
                                                                                       7:00 p.m. Adult Formation Classes
You’re invited to our annual auction, steak dinner,
and dance fundraiser (music provided by Young
Country), Saturday, February 5, 2011 from 6:00 p.m.                      Wednesday: 8:15 a.m. Mass
to midnight at St Thomas Catholic Church in Ama-                                    9:00 a.m. Golden Faith Seekers
rillo. Tickets are $25.00 per person in advance or                                                         Holy Family Room
$35.00 at the door. Come support our ministry to stu-
dents of WTAMU and Amarillo College. To pur-                             Thursday:     8:15 a.m. Mass
chase ticket or make a donation call Betty at 655-                                     7:00 p.m. Hispanic Adult Formation
4345                                                                                                          Holy Family Room
                     Note From the WTC
The annual Graduation Issue of the West Texas Catholic will be Friday                8:15 a.m. Mass
printed in mid May and dated Sunday, May 22. The WTC needs
information on all graduation Catholic Seniors by Friday, April                      6:30 p.m. Why Catholic
1, 2011. Please print the name of the graduate, the parish they
attend, and the high school they attend. Send this information Saturday:            5:00 p.m. Mass
by email to: copa.home@gmail.com or westtexas-
catholic@gmail.com. Do not send photo yet. We will work on
                                                                “I can do nothing on my own authority; I judge only as God tells me, so my
that from our end. Any list submitted after April 1 will not be judgment is right, because I am not trying to do what I want, but only what He
used in the WTC Graduation issue, so please get those lists to who sent me wants.” John 5: 30
us ASAP. If you have any questions, please call one of us here
at the Chancery Office, 338-2243. Thanks for your help in ad-                           Sacrament of Baptism
vance.
                                                                         If you are a member of the parish and have a child you
                        Please Pray for our Sick
                                                                         would like to Baptize, please contact the Parish Office.
Rod Green, Carmen Oviedo, Sylvia Gleason, Randy Oehlert, Kelly
Stringer, Deacon Ambs, Ray Ollinger, George Huber, Theresa Manno,        You must fill out a “ Sacristy Record of Baptism” before
Mary Biggers, Rosina Newhouse, Josephine Underhill, Tony Castillo,
Charles Handley, Debbie Vigil, Priscilla Garcia Johnson, Mary Prather,   you take the classes required. Thank you.
Fr. Hector, Olivia Telamantez
  Lecturas para la semana del 23 de enero de 2011

Domingo:        Is 8, 23---9, 3/1 Cor 1, 10-13. 17
Lunes:          Heb 9, 15. 24-28/Mc 3, 22-30
Martes:         Hch 22, 3-16 o 9, 1-22/Mc 16, 15-18
Miércoles:      2 Tim 1, 1-8 o Tit 1, 1-5/Mc 4, 1-20
Jueves:         Heb 10, 19-25/Mc 4, 21-25                                        Readings for the Week of January 23, 2011
Viernes:        Heb 10, 32-39/Mc 4, 26-34
Sábado:         Heb 11, 1-2. 8-19/Mc 4, 35-41                                    Sunday:         Is 8:23---9:3/1 Cor 1:10-13, 17
Domingo siguiente:        Sof 2, 3; 3, 12-13/1 Cor 1, 26-31
                                                                                 8:00 a.m.       Michelle Webb
                                                                                                                   by Angi Seidenberger
                Nuevas del Bingo                                                 11:00 a.m.      Parish Intentions
Gracias a todos los juegadores del bingo! Se hizo                                1:00 p.m.       Spanish Mass
$600 para nuestro Century 21 Classrooms. Este
proyecto ya esta cerca de completarse. Estamos 4                                 Monday:         Heb 9:15, 24-28/Mk 3:22-30
meses adelantados. Ahora el Comité de Quality                                    8:15 a.m.       Tony Sisneros Happy Birthday
Steering puede empezar con el siguente proyecto para me-                                                   By Rosie & Henry Sisneros
jorar nuestra escuelita. Los ganadores del bingo fueron los
siguientes: Kim Huseman 2 veces, Micah Matlock, Willie                           Tuesday:        Acts 22:3-16 or 9:1-22/Mk 16:15-18
Faye Huseman, Jessica Fajardo, Nora Huelster, Brian Blan-
                                                                                 6:30 p.m.       Dorene Gilfillen
ford, Eric Fajardo, Andy Friedrichsen, Barbara Leedy, and
Yolanda Grimes.                                                                                                  by Angi Seidenberger
                      Noten por Favor
Recuerden que estamos serviendo almuerzo, gratis, a la pa-                       Wednesday:      2 Tm 1:1-8 or Ti 1:1-5/Mk 4:1-20
rroquia en agradecimiento, el dia 30 de enero empesando a                        8:15 a.m.       Sister Mary Pia by Angi Seidenberger
las 9:00 a.m. hasta las 12:30 p.m. Este amuerzo es cortesía
de los K of C #4621 y el PTO de la escuela. Gracias.                             Thursday:       Heb 10:19-25/Mk 4:21-25
                                                                                 8:15 a.m.       Cindie Rodriguez
                    Subasta Silenciosa                                                                          by Angi Seidenberger
Estamos trabjando en nuestra Subasta que sera el dia 13 de
febrero durante el Smorgasbord. Si tiene tesoros que quere
                                                                                 Friday: Heb 10:32-39/Mk 4:26-34
donar para nuestra Subasta por favor llame a Pam Aragon al
teléfono 206-2300 o a Gerry Ault, teléfono 676-8266                              8:15 a.m.      Alex Miller   by Angi Seidenberger

                           Alerta del Smorgasbord                                Saturday:       Heb 11:1-2, 8-19/Mk 4:35-41
Se necesita ayuda para hacer las bondigas para el Smorgasbord. Estaremos         5:00 p.m.       Oscar Trevino by Angi Seidenberger
trabajando en esto el dia 29 de enero en la cocina de la escuela. Empezare-
mos a las 8:30 a.m.hasta medio dia. Vengan cuando puedan a ayudarnos y
compartir con nosotros. Si tiene preguntas puede llamar a Irene Acker al                           January 29—30, 2011
teléfono 353-2019. Gracias.
                                       Smorgasbord                               Altar Ssrvers
              El 55 Smorgasbord Anual sera el dia 6 de febrero, 2011 en la       5:00 p.m.       Bailey H., Janae, D., Luke B.
              cafetería de la escuela de las 11:00 a.m. hasta las 3:00 p.m.      8:00 a.m.       Anthony T., Hunter W., Daniel H. .
              Los boletos se venden adelantados a $7.50 por adultos o $8.00      11:00 a.m.      Jarod P., William P.
              en la puerta. Los boletos adelantados para niños de cinco a
              once años de edad se venden a $4.00 por niño. El Smorgas-
              bord es un evento donde puede comer todo lo que puede de           Communion Minister:
              albóndigas sueco, pavo, jamon, una variedad de ensaladas, y        5:00 p.m.    Andrew Fiedrichsen, Jeanette Herring
              postre. Habra una rifa para una cobija, una tiendita, bazar para   8:00 a.m.    Belen Ramos, S. Bellinghausen
niños, y una subasta en silencio. Haga planes para atender y invite a su
familia, parientes, y a sus amigos.                                              11:00 a.m.   Jacque & Thomas Portillo, Ray Barbosa,
                                                                                              Debbie Morales
                           Nuevas de la Escuela
La feria de libros de la escuela empieza el dia 30 de enero después de la        Lectors:
Misa de las 11:00 a.m. Esto comienza la semana de Escuelas Catolicas. En
este domingo la escuela les dara desayuno en el gimnacio a las 9:00 a.m.         5:00 p.m        Howard Birkenfeld
hasta la 12:30 p.m. Pueden venir antes de la Misa o después. Habra juevos        8:00 a.m.       John Anderson
revueltos, pancakes, salchicha, y tocino cocinado por los Caballeros de C.       11:00 a.m.      Greg Anderle
#4621. Los invitamos que visiten la feria de libros localizada en la bibliote-
ca antes o después que han comido. Leer es el mejor modo de aprender.
                                                                                                 Weekly Collection Report:
                   Informe Semanal de Colección:
           Proyectado                          $ 4,403.80                                Projected                $ 4,403.80
           Enero 15 y 16                       $ 6,832.60                               January 15 &16            $ 6,832.60
           Mas/Menos                           $ 2,428.80                                Over/Under               $ 2,428.80
           Iglesia en Latin America            $    606.61                              Church in Latin America   $ 606.61
           Colecta de los niños                $     17.03                              Children’s Collection          17.03

				
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