January 13, 2019 * Baptism of the Lord *
Pastor: Father Nicolas Tumbelaka
Deacon: Kenneth Fung
Children’s Liturgy volunteer in need for Saturday/Sunday service, please call/text Myla Reddy @ 604-783-7141
OUR LADY OF MERCY SCHOOL, BURNABY.
REGISTRATION FOR 2019/2020 at Our Lady of Mercy School
If you have a child ready for Kindergarten for the 2019/2020 school year, please fill out the Waiting List Application form and submit to the school office as soon as possible.
The forms will be available for download from our website www.ourladyofmercy.ca during the last week of December. We will be running a full day kindergarten. Please do not delay as the list fills quickly.
The completed forms can be emailed, faxed or dropped off at the school office starting January 7, 2019.
Email: [email protected] Fax: 604-520-3194
Waiting List Application forms for Grades 1 to 7 will also be available for download from our website during the last week of December.
Please submit completed forms along with a copy of your child’s most recent report card. If a spot becomes available, we will contact you.
WEEKLY MASS SCHEDULE & INTENTIONS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2019
05:00 pm : † Molly Tak
06:30 pm : Healing Prayer Service
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 2019
09:00 am : † Mary McDonough
11:00 am : † Romeo Gerardino
MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 2019
08:00 am : Keshia C. Nelson-28thBirthday – Thanksgiving
† Erich Rabold
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2019
08:00 am : † Isabel & Gullermo Duran
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2019
08:00 am : † Anthonius Padua Hardhono-2nd Death Anniversary
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019
08:00 am : † Rita Harjanti
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019
09:00 am : Cecilia Dicdiquin
07:00 pm : † Julieta Talite
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2019
09:00 am : Agnes Suh Kyoung Won-special intention
If you wish to offer for a Mass intention, please come to the parish office.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our long time parishioner:
† Mr. Erich Rabold
April 08, 1937 – December 20, 2018
He is greatly missed by his daughters Connie and Linda (John), and grandkids, Spencer and Connor.
“John answered them all, ‘I baptize you with water; but he who is mightier than I is coming…he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit… ‘” (Luke 3:16)
The Catholic Catechism states that “Jesus’ immersion in the water is a sign for all human beings of the need to die to themselves to do God’s will.” In other words, as baptized Catholics there is only one gift that we need to give to Jesus – the gift of ourselves. Surrender yourself to God, place your trust in Him and allow the Holy Spirit to work through you for the greater glory of God .
Copyright &2019 Archdiocese of St. Louis
PRAYERS FOR THE SICK
Demetria Rabang, Rosa Maria Santos, Sydney Shanti, Lourdes Andal, Dianne Slaght, Candida De Souza, Jean Lopez, Alan Hall, Linus Ngui, Christina Jasinska, Irwin Rivera, Nilcar Donato, Elvira Acosta, Teresita Nixon, Luz Yamuta, Tomas Oca, Ngu Thi Phan, Quan, Mary and Mollen Tran, Alondra Cornejo, Victoria Obleada.
Holy Communion: Any one who is shut-in and wishes to receive the Holy Eucharist, please let us know. If you have a loved one who is sick and needs our prayers, and would like to insert their name in the bulletin, kindly contact the office.
CHAPTER THREE: I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY SPIRIT
Article 9 I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH
Paragraph 2 The Church—People of God, Body of Christ, Temple of the Holy Spirit
II. The Church—Body of Christ The Church is communion with Jesus
787 From the beginning, Jesus associated his disciples with his own life, revealed the mystery of the Kingdom to them, and gave them a share in his mission, joy, and sufferings.215 Jesus spoke of a still more intimate communion between
him and those who would follow him: “Abide in me, and I in you. . . . I am the vine, you are the branches.”216 And he proclaimed a mysterious and real communion between his own body and ours: “He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides
in me, and I in him.”217
788 When his visible presence was taken from them, Jesus did not leave his disciples orphans. He promised to remain with them until the end of time; he sent them his Spirit.218 As a result communion with Jesus has become, in a way, more
intense: “By communicating his Spirit, Christ mystically constitutes as his body those brothers of his who are called together from every nation.”219
789 The comparison of the Church with the body casts light on the intimate bond between Christ and his Church. Not only is she gathered around him; she is united in him, in his body. Three aspects of the Church as the Body of Christ are
to be more specifically noted: the unity of all her members with each other as a result of their union with Christ; Christ as head of the Body; and the Church as bride of Christ “One Body”.
790 Believers who respond to God’s word and become members of Christ’s Body, become intimately united with him: “In that body the life of Christ is communicated to those who believe, and who, through the sacraments, are united
in a hidden and real way to Christ in his Passion and glorification.”220 This is especially true of Baptism, which unites us to Christ’s death and Resurrection, and the Eucharist, by which “really sharing in the body of the Lord, . . . we
are taken up into communion with him and with one another.”221
791 The body’s unity does not do away with the diversity of its members: “In the building up of Christ’s Body there is engaged a diversity of members and functions. There is only one Spirit who, according to his own richness
and the needs of the ministries, gives his different gifts for the welfare of the Church.”222 The unity of the Mystical Body produces and stimulates charity among the faithful: “From this it follows that if one member suffers anything, all the
members suffer with him, and if one member is honored, all the members together rejoice.”223 Finally, the unity of the Mystical Body triumphs over all human divisions: “For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. There
is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”224
YOUNG ADULT ALTAR SERVER
Young Adult Ministry are now accepting 18-30 year-old single male volunteers for altar serving. Training will be provided. For info, please text Melanie at 604-441-4953
WHAT IS FORMED.ORG
Formed.org is a website of catholic resources (films, podcasts, ebooks, studies). Some parishes have subscribed and provided this resource free of charge to their parishioners and groups for their discussions, studies and faith growth of their children,
family and community. Organizations like RCIA can use it as resource for faith and teaching. We would like to know how many of you would be interested so that the parish can decide whether to subscribe and offer this also. Please
visit https://formed.org/ website to check or call Thelma 778-789-4238 for more info. Please sign up if you are interested in the sheet located at the entrance to the church.
WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY-Jan.18-25
The 2019 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Jan. 18-25, has the theme “Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue” (Dt. 16:18-20) and was prepared by churches in Indonesia. Join with brothers and sisters of various
churches in prayer, song, and witness to unity as followers of Christ. For a schedule of services and more information, visit https://rcav.org/christian-unity
ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGIATE
The St. Thomas More Collegiate Application Deadline is on Monday January 21, 2019.
The Placement Test for students entering grade 8 in September 2019 is on Wednesday January 23, 2019 at 1:00 pm.
To register for this placement test, parents must fill out an application online. Please note: Application to STMC are now done entirely online. For more information on school admission, please visit our website or contact Maria Cirillo, Registrar at [email protected]
OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL PRAYER GROUP
Every 2nd and 4th Monday from 7 pm to 9 pm in the Children’s Room (Adoration Chapel Entrance).
Night Prayer, Rosary, Faith Study, Divine Mercy before the Blessed Sacrament, Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Blessing and Veneration of Holy Relics of Saints.
January meetings: Jan. 14 (Wisdom in Finances) & Jan. 28 (Wisdom in Relationships)
DISCIPLESHIP MEETING – January 23 at 7 pm OLM basement
Come and join RCIA neophytes who are interested about deepening their faith through prayer, scriptures, and faith sharing. This is also a good way integrate practical aspects of being a catholic and to reconnect with others from RCIA after baptism.
Our topic on Jan 23 is an overview of Luke’s gospel and its vision for all disciples of Jesus. For info: Thelma- 778-789-4238
CHANGE OF ROSARY PRAYER SCHEDULE
On Saturdays, the rosary will be recited before the 9 AM morning mass which will include the Litany of the Virgin Mary. Rosary recitation from Monday to Friday will be done after the mass unless there is a need to recite it before
the mass which is seldom.
YOUNG ADULTS LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
Leadership Program is designed to provide valuable skills that will assist you to succeed in the REAL WORLD. Learn to have successful transition from University to Corporate World or move up from entry level to Leadership role.
Sundays-12:15pm at church basement.
Upcoming Monthly Topics:
Date Topics Jan 20, 2019 Strategic Thinking Feb 17, 2019 Key Strength & Core Values Mar 17, 2019 Change, Challenges, Opps Apr 21, 2019 Time Management May 19, 2019 Power Empowerment Jun 16, 2019 Trust, Intelligence, Confidence Jul 21, 2019 Decision Making Skills Aug 18, 2019 Building Network & Mentorship
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULES
|Saturday Mass of Anticipation:||5:00 pm|
|Sunday:||9:00 am and |
WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE
|Monday - Thursday:||8:00 am|
|Friday:||9:00 am and |
|Saturday:||9:00 am Novus Ordo Latin Mass|
|Public Holidays:||9:00 am|
|Indonesian Mass:||6:30 pm|
( 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month )
|Filipino Mass:||7:00 pm |
(1st Sunday of the month )
|Confession:||30 minutes prior to Masses or upon request.|
|Perpetual Adoration Chapel & Devotional Garden: ||Open every day. |
For more information, please call the parish office.
|Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament every Friday:||9:45 am to 6:15 pm , with |
Divine Mercy Novena / Chaplet at 3:00 pm &
Benediction at 6:30 pm.
|Liturgy of the Hour:||Monday - Thursday start at 7:15 am and |
Friday - Saturday start at 8:00 am.
For more info, please contact Linda at 604-440-1482.
|Saint Anthony of Padua Perpetual Novena:||Every Tuesday after morning Mass.|
|Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help:||Every Wednesday after morning Mass and at 6:30 pm in the Church.|
|Perpetual Novena to Saint Therese of Lisieux:||Every Thursday after morning Mass.|
|Healing Prayer Service:||Every 2nd Saturday of the month after 5:00 pm Mass.|
(including: St. Peregrine Healing Prayer)
|The Sacrament of Marriage :||At least six months notice must be given to the Pastor|
|The Sacrament of Baptism :||Parish families who wish to have a child baptized should be registered in the parish. |
Please visit the Parish Office to register.
Mandatory attendance of Preparation Class for parents and godparents.
Class is held every last Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm.
( Note: Baptisms are scheduled on the 2nd Sunday of every month at 12:30 pm )
|Youth Ministry :||All the parish youth from Grade 6 & 7 (Junior) and high school (Senior) are invited for one hour session 4-5 pm every Friday in the church basement. |
Please contact Melanie at 604-441-4953
email: arinzol environmental @gmail.com.
|Sunday Children's Liturgy Of The Word :||Simplified Sunday readings and explanation for children aged 3-7. LWC is offered during Sunday Masses ( 9 am and 11 am ).|
PARISH OFFICE HOUR
|Monday :||8.00 AM to 12.00 PM|
1.00 PM to 3.00 PM
|Tuesday :||8.00 AM to 12.00 PM|
|Wednesday :||8.00 AM to 12.00 PM|
1.00 PM to 3.00 PM
|Thursday :||8.00 AM to 12.00 PM|
|Friday :||8.00 AM to 12.00 PM|
1.00 PM to 3.00 PM
Please remember your parish when you make your will (estate). Thank You!
Domestic Abuse Services
Office : 604.585.6688
Help Line : 604.640.7549
For more information on the Archdiocese of Vancouver please visit: web site at www.rcav.org
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PARISH MINISTRY AND ORGANIZATION
|Organization||Contact & Phone|
|Building Maintenance||Josef Bauer|
|Catholic Women's League CWL||Elaine Tan|
|Choir - 5:00pm||Cherry Ocampo|
|Choir - 9:00am||Maria Mabel Roca|
|Choir - 11:00am||Charles Desouza|
|Co-Worker of MC||Melanie|
|Counters - Group I||Eleanora McGhee|
|Counters - Group II||Elvira Acosta|
|Couples for Christ||Gerry Andrada|
|Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion||Sharon Assumption|
|Flower Arrangement||Clemence Jamen|
|Foods for the Poor||Brad|
|Hand Maids of the Lord||Irene|
|Healing Ministry/St. Peregrine Healing Prayer||Lila Caldera|
|Indonesian Community||Iwan Kuntjoro|
|Knights of Columbus||Raphael|
|Legion of Mary (English)||Terri Oro|
|Legion of Mary (English Jr.)||Edna |
|Legion of Mary (Spanish Group)||Norma|
|Liturgical Committee||Deacon Ken|
|Lord of Pardon Society||Josie Luciano|
|Opus Dei (Ladies)||Melanie Dee|
|Opus Dei (Gents)||Peter Nation|
|OLM Gym Inquiries||Jacqueline Gastaldo|
|OLM School Principal||Neva Grout|
|Migrant Ministry||Ralph Guerra|
|Mustard Seed - Prayer Group||Gina|
|Parish Office||Novita Ong|
|Parish Religious Education Program (PREP)||Marivic Cregan|
|Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) Contacts :|
|RCIA Coordinator||Valder Belgrave|
|Newcomer - Inquiry Coordinator||Susan Silveira|
|Safe Environment||Jane Wangersky|
|Society of Saint Vincent de Paul||Brad Garisto|
|Usher 5:00 PM||Roger Lawrence|
|Usher 9:00 AM||Paul Cunha|
|Usher 11:00 AM||David Huen|
|Youth Ministry||Gustav/Melanie Arinzol|
|VANSPEC One-on-one Catechism Registration||Jane Wangersky|
email : [email protected] bc.ca