Fifth Sunday of Easter May 3, 2015

Archdiocese of Galveston Houston
St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church
816 Park Dr. La Porte, Texas 77571
281-471-2000 Fax:281-471-9365
E-mail: [email protected]
Parish Office Hours
Monday - Friday
9:00 am-12:00 Noon
1:00 pm-4:00 pm
CCE Office Hours:
Sunday 8:30 am-12:00 pm
Fifth Sunday of Easter
May 3, 2015
Sacrament of Baptism
Baptisms are celebrated on the 1st Sunday of the
month. Classes are held on
the 2nd & 3rd
Tuesday of each month. Please come by the Parish
Office to register or call for more information.
The Sacrament of Penance is offered on Saturdays,
from 4:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. or by appointment.
Sacrament of Marriage
Please contact the Parish Office at least (6) six months
prior to your desired wedding date to arrange a
meeting with Father Tony or one of the Deacons. If
you want a Mass, you must call Father Tony.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Are you a non-Catholic who is interested in joining the
Catholic faith? Are you a baptized Catholic who has
never received the sacraments of 1st Communion and
Confirmation? If your answer is yes to either of
these questions, call the Parish Office.
Sacrament of First Communion
First Communion candidates must be baptized, at least
in the second grade, and have been attending CCE
classes for two full years previous to their receiving
the Sacrament. Adults needing First Communion
should refer to the rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Sacrament of Confirmation
Confirmation candidates must have previously
received the Sacraments of Baptism and First
Communion. They must have faithfully attended Life
Teen for at least one full year prior to beginning preparation for the Sacrament (more than three
absences without a valid excuse can alter the process). A
signed form stating that the parent/guardian and the
candidate understand all requirements is also
necessary before the preparation begins. Adults
needing confirmation should refer to the Rite of
Christian initiation of adults.
Eucharistic Celebrations
Saturday: 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 10:00 a.m.,
12:30 p.m. (Spanish)
4:00 p.m. Life Teen Mass
Weekday Masses in St. Joseph’s Chapel
Monday (No Mass)
Tuesday – 12:00 noon
Wednesday – 8:30 a.m. &
(1st Wednesday Only 6:30 p.m.)
Thursday, & Friday – 8:30 a.m.
Parish Staff
Rev. Tony A. Castro, Pastor
Deacon Hector Cantu
Deacon Julio Matallana
Deacon Stan Avallone
Parish Secretary-Debbie Heasty
C.C.E. Director-Jessica Jaramilllo
EDGE Director-Renee Cortez
Life Teen Director-Shari Davis
Vision Statement
St. Mary of the Immaculate
Conception is a Catholic Community
of Believers called to serve Christ by
gathering together at the Lord’s
Table in worship and praise, by
serving our brothers and sisters in
Christ, and by being a welcoming
beacon of light to all. We are many
parts, yet one body in Christ.
MAY 3, 2015
“God is at Work Here”
Loan Balance
Tuesday, May 5:
Theresa Barnett†
By:Rosie Molina
Wednesday, May 6:
Wanda Byas†
By:Rosie Molina
Samaritan Monthly Memorial Mass
Thursday, May 7:
Rev. Robert Ritz, C.S.B.†
Friday, May 8:
Rosa Villarreal†
By:Rosie Molina
Saturday, May 9:
Mother’s Day Special Intention
Sunday, May 10:
Mother’s Day Special Intention
Mother’s Day Special Intention
Mother’s Day Special Intention
Mother’s Day Special Intention
Sunday April 25 & 26, 2015
Weekly Goal $12,000.00
Sunday Collection
$ 8,585.00
Second Collection (Home Missions) $ 1,824.00
Please Note: You must be registered in the parish to receive a
tax statement at the end of the year for your contributions.
Also, you must be registered to receive offering envelopes. If
you are not registered and use Visitor envelopes, no
record is kept of your contributions. Registration forms
are available by the main doors of the Church, or you
may pick one up in the office.
“Gabriel’s Angels”
Mother’s Day Donation Outreach
St. Mary’s Church and the Gabriel Angels
would like to greatly acknowledge the
Cameron Foundation for their generous
support of the Gabriel Project. If you would
like to join the foundation in supporting the
Gabriel Project, you may bring a baby item to all the
Masses on May 9th and 10th. If you would like to
make a monetary donation, please place you donation
in a white envelope in the collection basket marked
“Gabriel Project” on the envelope, or come by the
office to make your donation.
The Gabriel Project is designed to help women and
teenagers who are in a crisis pregnancy. If you are in
need of assistance or know someone who is, please
contact Belinda @ 713-805-4961 or the Church Office.
Principle Balance
Monthly Payment
Donation this Week
$ 200,761.01
$ 8,000.00
$ 1,926.00
God’s blessings to each of you for your
generosity and support to our parish with your
time, talent and treasure.
Parish Goal $50,000.00
Total Amount Pledged $ 30,935.00
Total Amount Paid
$ 21,940.00( 43.88%)
Total # of Participants 111
“Be Rich in Good Works, Ready to Share”
The Diocesan Services Fund offers all of us an
opportunity to let others experience the teachings and
the grace of the Lord. More than 60 programs are
under the DSF umbrella of ministries serving hundreds
of thousands of people in the Archdiocese. Please
support DSF with your gift
today. Envelopes are
located at the back of the church, or you can go online
to make your donation @
God’s Blessings to each of you for your generosity.
Come Join Us…
Inspirational Tours, Inc.
9 Day Shrines of Italy Tour
Dec. 26, 2015 ~ Jan. 3, 2016
Cost: 3,250.00
Per Person ~ Double Occupancy
Spiritual Director: Fr. Tony Castro
Are you thinking you may want to make
this trip? If so, please make your $300.
deposit as soon as possible. Several
people have picked up brochures, and
only have limited spaces available. Brochures are
available at the back of the church or in the office.
All monies will be due in September.
For additional information, please contact Tracy
@ 713-817-2640 at [email protected] or
call the church office.
Save the Date...
Life Teen Spaghetti Dinner
Sat. May 9th @ 6pm
Dear parish family,
5 Sunday Easter B
Seeing flowers and fruits on a vine during springtime and this wonderful season of Easter bring to mind the
images in this Sunday’s Gospel. “I am the vine, you are the branches.” Jesus wants to point out the basic and simple
truth in our spiritual life. Separated from the vine, we are, “a withered, rejected branch which can do nothing.” Living
within the vine, we “will produce abundantly.” Without the vine, the branches dry up and die. But when we live by the
words Jesus has given us, we produce abundantly all that is good.
We must admit that in our day to day life there are times we feel we are spiritually dry; there are times we
feel distant from the Lord; there are times we don't have the joy, peace, and happiness, and light of life that we ought
to have as those belonging to the Lord. Why is this so? Is it not that at times we have been “separated” to the good
vine, our Lord of life, who is Jesus?
Surely along the way maybe we have been cut off ourselves from vine in some way or another. When we insists on our will rather that the will of God, when we do not adhere consciously to the teachings of the Lord, when we
don't keep his words in the gospel, or when we do not avail the sacraments that Lord gave to the Church then they
are those times we cut off ourselves to the source of grace. Or when we feel so lazy to pray, those are the times we
have cut off ourselves from receiving the grace of the Lord our vine.
We need to remain attached to that vine. We need the graces that come to us through the Sacraments. We need to give of ourselves so the Church may grow and thrive. We need to continue to break open God's
word and be nourished by the Eucharist. We certainly don't want to be that disconnected branch that is thrown into
the fire and burned. God calls us to be living branches, intimately connected to God's life and cooperating with God to
continue building the Body of Christ here on earth.
"Remain in me." Cut off from Jesus, we are nothing. For by ourselves we cannot receive the gift of divine life
nor pass it to others. This realization can make us humble and thus keep us away from over-estimating our worth and
abilities. Remaining attached to the vine means to be united with him in love, and the ultimate measure of this love is
that we bear fruit of good life and of holiness. Remaining as a good branch simply means a life of commitment to God,
a life of prayer, a life of faithfulness in keeping God's word, and a dedicated life of faith. It is also the basis for our
bearing much fruit. Remaining in Jesus, we can bring to reality our potentials -- big or small.
Blessings to all and have a good week!
Fr. Tony
Querida familia parroquial,
5to Domingo de Pascua B
Observando las flores y frutas en un árbol durante la primavera y en este maravilloso tiempo de Pascua traen a la
mente las imágenes en el Evangelio de este domingo. "Yo soy la vid, vosotros los sarmientos." Jesús quiere señalar la verdad básica y simple en nuestra vida espiritual. Separado de la vid, se refiere a nosotros ", una rama marchita, desechada
no puede hacer nada." Vivir conectados a la vid, es cuando "vamos a producir en abundancia." Sin la vid, las ramas se
secan y mueren. Pero cuando vivimos por las palabras que Jesús nos ha dado, es que producimos en abundancia todo lo
Debemos admitir que en nuestros días cotidianos de la vida hay momentos en que sentimos que estamos
espiritualmente secos; hay momentos en que nos sentimos distantes del Señor; hay veces que no tenemos la alegría, la paz y
la felicidad, y la luz de la vida que debemos tener como los que pertenecemos al Señor. ¿Por qué es así? ¿No es
que a veces nos hemos "separado" de la vid, del Señor de la vida, que es Jesús?
Seguramente en el camino nosotros mismos nos hemos separado de la vid de una u otra manera. Cuando insistimos
en hacer nuestra voluntad en lugar de la voluntad de Dios, cuando no nos adherimos conscientemente a las enseñanzas
del Señor, cuando no mantenemos sus palabras del Evangelio, o cuando no aprovechamos los sacramentos que el Señor
dio a la Iglesia; entonces cortamos nosotros mismos la fuente de la gracia. O cuando nos sentimos tan perezosos para
orar, esas son las veces que nos hemos desconectado a la recepción de la gracia del Señor nuestra vid.
Tenemos que permanecer unidos a la vid. Necesitamos las gracias que nos llegan a través de los sacramentos.
Tenemos que dar todo de nosotros mismos para que la Iglesia pueda crecer y prosperar. Tenemos que seguir proclamando
la palabra de Dios y ser alimentada por la Eucaristía. Desde luego, no queremos ser esa rama desconectada que se echa
en el fuego y se quema. Dios nos llama a ser ramas vivas, íntimamente conectados con la vida de Dios y cooperando con
Dios para continuar la construcción del Cuerpo de Cristo aquí en la tierra.
"Permaneced en mí." Separados de Jesús, no somos nada. Porque por nosotros mismos no podemos recibir el
don de la vida divina, ni pasarlo a otras personas. Esta toma de conciencia puede hacernos humildes y así mantenernos
alejados de sobreestimar nuestro valor y habilidades. Permaneciendo unidos a la vid significa estar unidos con El, en el
amor, y el propósito final de este amor es que llevemos fruto de la buena vida y de la santidad. Permaneciendo como una
buena rama simplemente significa una vida de entrega a Dios, una vida de oración, una vida de fidelidad en guardar la
Palabra de Dios, y una vida dedicada a la fe. También es la base del propósito en producir mucho fruto. Permaneciendo en
Jesús, podemos hacer realidad nuestro potencial - grande o pequeño.
Bendiciones a todos y que tengan una buena semana!
Padre Tony
Juan & San Juana Gaona
~ April Baptisms ~
Kevin Orlando Alfaro, Jionni Martin Huitron,
Judith Alejandra Marroquin,
Gabriel Manuel Munoz, Jesse Ayden Ortega,
Orlando Bryce Ortiz, Dayanara G. Sandoval
~ RCIA Catechumen ~
David Jason McConnell
Anointing of the Sick ….
will be held Friday, May 8th during the 8:30am Mass in
St. Joseph’s Chapel. If you are seriously ill, suffering
from a terminal illness or going to have a life-threatening
surgery, this sacrament is for you. If, however, you are
going to have a routine surgery Father will be glad to
give you a blessing. Just call the office and make an
appointment to come by at your earliest convenience.
May 2/3: In Loving Memory of Shirley Stanton
By:Pat Stanton
May 9/10:In Loving Memory of Ann Eileen Swenson
& Bernadine Narandic
By: Dennis & Victoria Swenson
May 16/17:
Special Intention First Holy Communion Students
May 23/24: In Loving Memory of Marie Estes
By: Villarreal Family
Altar Flower Dates Available
May 30/31 June 6/7,13/14, 27/28 July 25/26
Please contact the office or Carolyn O’Neal @ 832-465-4689 to
reserve your date.
Church Candle
In Loving Memory of Luis Antonio Lemus
By:Lemus Family
Chapel Candle
In Loving Memory of Emil Schaider
May Altar Duty Assignments
Hostess: Banquet
Altar Duty: Jan Hughes, Gloria Rinche
Laundry Duty: Belinda Guerrero
Mothers, Daughters, Grandmothers,
Grandaughters, etc.
Mother’s Day Tea...
Today @ 1:30pm
Adults: $10.00
Children(4-11): $5.00
MAY 3, 2015
Los Testigos del Poder de Dios
Nuestra Asamblea de Oración les invita a reunirse
como hermanos en Cristo para ALABAR,
BENDECIR, y GLORIFICAR a nuestro Dios,
Padre, Hijo y Espiritu Santo. Vengan pequenos y
grandes todos los viernes de 7:15-9:00p.m. en la
capilla de San Jose. Les invitamos a participar con
nosotros con un Servicio de communion cada primer
viernes del mes. Gracias por escuchar el llamado de
Dios! Dios te bendiga!
A Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Weekend is like Springtime. It’s a
weekend of fresh air, the rebirth of
romance and new beginnings. If you’d
like to make your marriage even more
special than it already is-call now! The
next Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Weekends are May 15-17 or June 19-21.
Register early to reserve a spot. Contact
Brian & Tina Little @ 281-773-4014 or for go online to
~ Giving to Give ~
If you have a rosary in need of repair, or if you would like
to have one made, please contact Rena
Hellstein @
281-889-8043. ***New Rosaries ~ $20.00 & up
(Available in the office) Repairs ~$5.00 & up. All
proceeds are donated to the building fund.
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store
Mon.-Wed., Fri., Sat. 9:00-11:00am
Store Closed Thurs. & Sun.
In the Gospel today, Jesus says “Whoever remains in me
and I in him will bear much fruit, because without me you
can do nothing.” Indeed, by helping the poor we can “bear
much fruit” and we find that with Jesus we can do
Your gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul will
show that you are indeed the disciple of Jesus as it
will bring your love to those who live in fear and
doubt, loneliness and dread.
Our Resale Shop here at St. Mary’s is in desperate need of
volunteers. Several of our regular volunteers have had to be
taken off of the schedule due to medical issues. The store hours
are 9-11am, and the store is open every day but Thurs. & Sun.
You can pick any day you are able to work. If you are available
to help out, please contact the church office.
Upcoming Baptismal Dates
June 7th, July 5th, August 2nd
Our regularly scheduled baptism classes are on the 2nd
Tuesday of each the month in English and 3rd Tuesday of
each month in Spanish @ 7pm. Baptisms are the first
Sunday of the month after the 10am and 12:30pm Masses. To register please call the office.
MAY 3, 2015
Acts 14:5-18; Ps 115:1-4, 15-16;
Jn 14:21-26
Tuesday: Acts 14:19-28; Ps 145:10-13ab, 21;
Jn 14:27-31a
Wednesday:Acts 15:1-6; Ps 122:1-5; Jn 15:1-8
Thursday: Acts 15:7-21; Ps 96:1-3, 10; Jn 15:9-11
Friday: Acts 15:22-31; Ps 57:8-10, 12; Jn 15:12-17
Saturday: Acts 16:1-10; Ps 100:1b-3, 5; Jn 15:18-21
Sunday: Acts 10:25-36, 34-35, 44-48; Ps 98:1-4;
1 Jn 4:7-10 or 1 Jn 4:11-16; Jn 15:9-17
or Jn 17:11b-19
Scholarship applications are available in the office for all high school
seniors who will be graduating in
May. Applications are due back in
the office by May 10th.
Please Pray For
Our Troops and …
Shirley, Emma Christy, Eloy Lara, Richard & Gwen Tilley,
Robert Molina, Cruz Acosta, Adam Acosta, Leo Villarreal,
Karen Bounds, Chemin Family, DiBora Family, Rudy Garcia, Rena Hellstein, Espinoza Family, Kenyan Lewis Family, J.B. Buentello, Veronica Duran, Maria Elisa, Daneal,
Yo Baña Cantu, Diane Lemons, Paula Lambright, Augustine Pineda, Geopge Lopez, Gary & Debbie McFadden,
Jessica Redou, Miranda Salinas, Steve Stewart, Emperatiz Cortes, Alfred Molina, Chad Henson, Abel Benitez,
Marty Montemayor, Luke Lewllan, Mary Dean, Sue Gonzalez, Jordon Bright,
Candalaria Ortiz, Jennifer
Wade, Craig Wade, Gilson Family, Harry Roland, Carlos
Rodriguez, Benjamin Barragan, James Hagler, Jeremy
George, Danny Miguel Saul, Cody Caits, Lois Johnson,
Mark LeClair Sr.,Gloria LeClair, Mary Lee Leake, Phil
Leake, Ralph Garza, Bill Bianchini, Sharon Darden
Continue to Pray for Clarence Clipper, Diana Garza,
Kay Gold, Red Cornejo, Nancy Isla Castro, Irlinda, Beatriz
Gamboa, Kathryn Coleman, Norman & Joanne
Hartman, Marita Hooper, Linda Jaramillo, Janie Cavazos,
Janet Lodge, Rose Moreno, Lois Johnston, Joe Funda,
Minnie Lopez, Baby Gavin Binkley, Deacon Merce Leal,
Charlotte Boudreaux, Marcos Vasquez, Margarita Klock,
John & Sue Crockett, Joanne Jarrell, Joanie O’Neal, Ben
Munoz, Nell Turk, Diana Ortiz, Ophelia Pinard, Bob
Davis, Dot Ryan, Janet Hoffpauir, Nick Martin, Geraldine
Christensen, Teresa Eidt, Barry Armstrong and those
requesting prayer via our web site.
Remember Our Shut-Ins Ann Blair, Soledad Hernandez,
Elida Peterson, those battling terminal illness and the
residents of La Porte Care Center and Parson’s House.
Repose of the Soul of Chad Henson, Mrs. Vernon
Our Sympathy to Valeria Key and family on the loss of
her nephew, Chad, and Wal’Dean Lundquist and family
on the loss of her mother, Mrs. Vernon Selllers
Please Note: Names on our “Please Pray For” list are left
on for four weeks. If someone needs to be put back on
the prayer list or added please call the Church Office
during regular office hours.
Knights of Columbus Upcoming…
All Parishioners Welcome
May 11th-Please join us in praying the Holy
Rosary asking for our Blessed Mother’s
intercession for the unborn, elderly, disabled,
sick and all special intentions every 2nd Monday
of the month in St. Joseph’s Chapel @ 6:30pm.
May 31st-BBQ Chicken Plates to benefit the
Scholarship Fund. You can pre-order starting
May 2nd.Fundraiser chair Ernest Molina @ 281924-7954 or [email protected]
June 6th-Garage Sale & BBQ Luncheon. If
you have any items that need to be picked up for
the sale, please contact Gerardo Gonzalez @
If you have any questions about any of the above
information, please contact Jaime Vasquez @ 832-3398849 or [email protected]
Last CCE Class Today
First Communion Sun. May 17th
12:30pm (Spanish) & 4:00pm (English)
Pictures will be available in July or Aug. in the
office. Information will be posted in the bulletin.
CCE, EDGE, Life Teen
Registration in August
CCE Classes Sun. 8:4 5am & 11:15am
Jr. High/High School Sacraments ClassSun. 2pm
EDGE (Jr. High classes) Sun. @ 5pm
Life Teen Sun. @ 5:15
If you have any questions please call the Church office
during regular office hours @281-471-2000.
Clases de Crecimiento I
En el Rosary Hall
Lunes de 7:00 a 9:00 pm
Si te perdiste la primera clase,
todavía estas a tiempo de participar...
Información, favor de llamar
Nelida Velez (978) 930-1769
MAY 3, 2015
Houston Museum of Fine Arts
In the early 1620’s, Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens
completed one of his greatest achievements: designing
the Triumph of the Eucharist tapestries. The exhibit is
ongoing until May 10th in the Law Building, Mezzanine,
1001 Bissonnet. Go to
Bible Study Classes
Will Resume in the Fall…
Sunday Morning Bible Study with Deacon Stan & Tracy
Avallone will resume again in the fall and will follow the
CCE schedule. The program they use is called “Bringing
Faith Home”. (Fall CCE Schedule @ 8:45am & 11).
Bible Study ~ The remaining schedule for this week
will be tonight @ 5:15pm, Wed, May 6th @ 9:15am.
Wed. will be the last session for this semester. “The
Bible Timeline” study will resume again on Sunday
evenings and Wednesday mornings in the fall. This
study goes deep into each period of Salvation history and
teaches about major people, places and events of the
Bible and shows how together they form the foundation of
our Catholic faith.
St. Mary’s Music Ministry Needs You...
Sat. 6pm Mass– Rehearsals before Mass at 5:15
Contact Kathy McBride 713-628-8387
Sun. 7:30am Mass - Rehearsals before Mass at 7am
Contact Yvonne Fisher 832-581-5974
Sun. 10:00am Mass - Annelise Lagasse 281-459-6453
Sun. 12:30pm Spanish MassContact Jose Vazquez 832-868-4081
Sun. 4pm Life Teen Mass- Rehearsals-Sunday 2pm
Contact Alex @ 281-543-7794 or
[email protected]
Monthly Memorial Mass
The Samaritan Monthly Memorial Mass will
be held on Wednesday, May 6th @ 6:30pm
in St. Joseph’s Chapel. Those being
remembered at Mass this month will be Jose Manuel
Alvarez Bernal, Reynaldo Cantu, Hemma Annette
DiVora, Isidro Gutierrez, Tracy Howard, Trieni Sandoval,
Emil Schaider and Bill Sorells.
You have a plan for each one of us,
You hold out to us a future full of hope,
Give us the wisdom of your Spirit so that we can see
the shape of your plan in the gifts you have given us,
and in the circumstances of our daily lives.
Give us the freedom of your Spirit,
To seek you with all our hearts,
And to choose your will above all else.
We make this prayer through Christ our Lord.
Based on Jeremiah 29:11-13
Activities of the Week
Sun. May 3:
Last CCE, EDGE, Life Teen
Adult Conf. Class 2pm Rosary Hall
Bible Study 5:15pm
Mon. May 4: Clases de Crecimiento 7pm Rosary Hall
Wed. May 6:
Bible Study 9:15am Conf. Rm
10 AM Choir Practice 6pm Rosary Hall
Samaritan Monthly Memorial Mass 6:30pm
Thurs. May 7: Spanish Choir Practice 7pm Church
Knights of Columbus 7:30pm Rosary Hall
Fri. May 8:
EDGE Lock-In Rosary Hall 7pm
Sat. May 9: Life Teen Spaghetti Dinner Parish Hall 6pm
May 9 & 10, 2015
Altar Servers
A. Nguyen, J. P. Nguyen
F. Novak
P. Stanton
Extraordinary Ministers W. Hayes, P. Holland,
of the Eucharist
G. Rodriguez
Altar Server
E. Kappil, R. Kappil
N. Broussard
J. Sturm
Extraordinary Ministers O. Mathews, S. Mathews
of the Eucharist
K. Sturm
Altar Server
D. Colburn, N. Trevino
L. Patten
K. Regan
Extraordinary Ministers L. Colling, R. Florance,
of the Eucharist
C. O’Neal
Altar Servers
A. Calvillo, N. Gallegos
R. Calvillo, S. Calvillo
Extraordinary Ministers C. Cirnigliario, G. Cirnigliario
of the Eucharist
Altar Servers
A. Brinkley, D. Rowan
N. Barrera
Extraordinary Ministers A. Brinkley, J. Lopez, M. Reyes
of the Eucharist
St. Joseph’s Chapel
Are you someone retired who would consider
spending one hour with Our Lord each week in
the chapel? Often, during the daytime hours
especially, our adorers have appointments or are
out of town and find it difficult to find a sub. We
are hoping to have two people assigned to each
hour to alleviate this issue. If you feel God is
calling you or you would like to be placed on our
substitute list, please contact the office.
Class Today 8:45 & 11:15 am
First Communion Rehearsal
Tues., May 12th @ 6:30pm
CCE questions contact Jessica @ 281-515-5429 or
[email protected]
VBS 2015 July 27-31
We are in need of blue plastic tablecloths
and gallon milk jugs. Please bring to class
next week or by the office.
Class Tonight @ 5:15pm
Rene Cortez @ 832-283-8758
Sacrament Rehearsal
Tues. May 12th @ 6:30pm
Info. Contact Deacon Stan Avallone 281-507-2253
Life Teen Mass Today 4PM
Class Tonight @ 5pm
Next Confirmation Class
May 13th, 6-7pm
ADORE WED. May 6th
Save the Date...
Spaghetti Dinner May 9th
Steubenville on the Bayou
June 26-28 ~ $100. Deposit Due
Contact Shari Davis @ 281-471-6066 if you have
any questions about our Life Teen Program.