St. Pius X Catholic parish

August 23, 2015
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
Thank you to our unsung heroes of St. Pius X! (Photo left) Rosa and Lisa clean our
buildings late at night. (Photos middle and right) Gabriel and Rogelio do the upkeep
of our buildings and grounds. Thank you for all you do!
¡Gracias a nuestros trabajadores no reconocidos de San Pío X! (Foto izquierda)
Rosa y Lisa limpiando nuestros edificios a altas horas de la noche. (Fotos de centro
y derecha) Gabriel y Rogelio haciendo el mantenimiento de nuestros edificios y
terrenos. ¡Gracias por todo lo que hacen!
St. Pius X Catholic parish
1280 NW Saltzman Rd., Portland, OR 97229 (503) 644-5264 www.stpius.org
MASS SCHEDULE Horario de Misas
Saturday Sabado
Sunday Domingo
4th Sunday
5:00 pm
7:00 pm en Español
7:30 am 9:00 am 10:30 am
1:00 pm en Español
5:30 pm Youth
8:30 pm Contemplative
2:45 pm Adapted Mass
Daily Mass Misa Diaria
8:15 am Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat
Wednesday Miercoles
8:15 am (& also 9:15 am during the school year)
Thursday Jueves
7:00 pm en Español
Communion Service: 6:30 am Monday - Friday
RECONCILIATION Confesiones
Saturday 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm or by appointment
Pr ayer Chain
Email requests to [email protected]
or call the parish office (503) 644-5264
Eucharistic Adoration Chapel
Questions - Roberta Schreck (503) 645-4607 or
[email protected]
Parish Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
We are Called to be the Eyes and Hands and Hear of the Risen Jesus.
pastor’s note
Dearest St. Pius X Parish Family,
because I will be organizing from that end.
It is with deepest gratitude and
ambivalent emotions that I am
writing to you. When Bishop
Isaac Amani of Moshi visited
St. Pius X in 2013, he announced
that he was going to call me back
home in the summer of 2014.
However, he spared me a little
longer as I was completing more schooling on Christian
Clinical Counseling. Last month, I successfully finished
school and my dissertation was approved. Thanks be to
God! I am planning to publish this work as a self-help
book, all things being equal. The call has come that I am
needed to go back to Tanzania to help with the ministries
of the Diocese of Moshi and possibly outside the diocese
as well. I will be leaving St. Pius X on September 12.
My last day of ministry here will be September 11.
Thank you again for everything. May God bless you
and your families.
Thankfully yours in Christ,
Fr. Peter Siamoo
Leadership
CHURCH
Rev. Sean Weeks, Pastor
(503) 644-5264 / [email protected]
Rev. Francisco Bringuela, Parochial Vicar
(503) 644-5264 / [email protected]
Rev. Peter Siamoo, Priest in Residence
I would like to take this chance to express my sincere
and heartfelt gratitude to our Pastor Fr. Sean Weeks,
my brother Priest Fr. Kiko, the St. Pius X Staff, and the
most loving and caring parishioners of St. Pius X, and
the administration of the Archdiocese who allowed me
to share the gift of my priesthood to the loving people
of this community. Because of you, I accomplished more
than what I anticipated in terms of school, ministry and
life of service. Without you, there is no way I could have
done what I did. My accomplishments are definitely
yours. Thanks a million.
(503) 644-5264 / [email protected]
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447 / [email protected]
ADMINISTRATION
FR. PETER SIAMOO
Fr. Peter has been called back to his Diocese of Moshi by
his Bishop Isaac Amani. We plan to thank Fr. Peter for
his years of service at St. Pius X by offering a mission
second collection for his Diocese (see page 3 for details).
We will also have an expanded Coffee and Donuts to say
our goodbyes, his last weekend with us, on September 6.
Please pray for me as I begin a new adventure of
continuing with church ministry in Tanzania. I do not
know where I will be, but I have a hint that sooner
or later I will have the task of establishing the first
counseling clinic in the Diocese, as well as working
with our Catholic University to establish an Education
Leadership Doctoral Program. I will let you know for
sure where I will be. I feel confident and ready for any
ministry because of the experience and care you gave me
for more than seven years of service here at St. Pius X.
Please join us in our celebration of Fr. Peter.
PARKING STRIPES GONE FOR NEXT
WEEKEND
I wish you all the best as we all continue to learn and
grow in the love of God and love and service for each
other. I promise my prayers for you all. I extend a warm
welcome for you all to come to Tanzania. The
Tanzania trips will continue and will now be better
We will be doing “seal-coating” on our parking lot this
week, so parking stripes will be missing in front of the
church and school for Masses next weekend, August 29
and 30. Without lines to indicate where to park, please
use your best common sense.
(Continued in next column)
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administration, cont.
WORSHIP AND LITURGY
CALLED TO PROTECT TRAINING
SECOND COLLECTION FOR
TANZANIA
As we look forward to the upcoming program year, it
is time to think about the necessary training you need
to complete in order to volunteer in Faith Formation, at
school events, etc. Called To Protect training is required
for adults who will be volunteering with minors four
or more times per year. Please attend if you have not
completed this training before and you plan to volunteer.
Dear Parishioners of St. Pius X:
Bishop Isaac Amani sends his sincere love and
gratitude to you for the way you have been supporting
the ministry of the Diocese of Moshi. Surely, you are
not new to the mission and ministry to the needy and
poor children of Moshi, because you have shown them
the face of Christ; you have proved to them that God
loves and cares for them. When Bishop Amani visited
our Parish, you responded to his cry for children and
teenagers with disabilities who had been neglected,
forgotten, marginalized and denied of their basic right
of education and a better future like other children.
Your response made it possible to begin construction
of a special high school for people with disabilities.
This summer, 15 St. Pius X members were among 24
Americans who traveled to Tanzania and participated
in sanding and painting the classroom building of that
school. We now need to add a dormitory, dining hall
and kitchen, in order for the school to open. Parents
of the children with disabilities across the country are
constantly asking when this school will open. Please
help us once again to restore hope to these children and
their families.
Even if you will not be volunteering, all parents, aunts,
uncles, grandparents or godparents are encouraged to
attend a session.
You’ll learn the following, plus more:
1. Facts and myths about child sexual abuse.
2. How offenders gain access to children.
3. Warning signs to look for in children, or adults.
Training sessions will be held in the St. Pius X Parish
Office on the following dates:
• Tuesday, September 15, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Wednesday, September 16, 8:30 am – 10:30 am.
• Tuesday, September 22, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Wednesday, September 23, 1:00 pm – 2:45 pm.
• Tuesday, September 29, 8:30 am – 10:30 am.
• Thursday, October 1, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Tuesday, October 6, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Wednesday, October 7, 1:00 pm – 2:45 pm.
• Thursday, October 15, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Tuesday, October 20, 8:30 am – 10:30 am.
• Tuesday, October 27, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Tuesday, November 3, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
• Tuesday, November 17, 8:30 am – 10:30 am.
In the same way, we still have orphans to feed and
care for. Your contribution this year will also benefit
this group. They have to share with their fellow kids
who have no one to care for them except the Catholic
Church. For this purpose, we will have a second
collection the weekend of August 29-30. Thank for
your generosity, as always.
Due to the sensitive nature of the topic, these classes
are for adults only -- no children please. No childcare
provided.
In Christ,
Fr. Peter Siamoo
RSVP is required. Please register by contacting Cheryl
Hopkins, Training Administrator, at (503) 213-1449, or
[email protected]
SUNDAY ROSARY PROGRAM
The St. Pius X Knights of Columbus invites you to
join us during Rosary after the 8:15 am Saturday Mass
on August 29, 2015. The Knights 5th Sunday Rosary
Program enables the Knights to express their faith in
praying to our Mother Mary for the salvation of the
world. The Rosary will be led by Knight John Rickman.
Following the Rosary, refreshments will be available in
the Church Hall. Please note that this month’s Rosary
Program will take place on a Saturday.
Support the businesses that help make this
bulletin free to the church.
Comfort Keepers
(503) 643-2010
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WORSHIP AND LITURGY
CONT.
SANCTITY OF LIFE
FIRST 1,000 DAYS - A CATHOLIC
CULTURE OF LIFE INITIATIVE
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL REFLECTION
Where All Are Welcomed and Loved With Mercy - Day
161
In today’s Gospel, Jesus asks “Do you also want to
leave?” We must ask ourselves if we really want to
hear the good news of his love for us and for others. Is
the word of God able to break into our consciousness,
change us and call us to hear the cries of the poor?
“Among the vulnerable for whom the Church wishes
to care with particular love and concern are unborn
children, the most defenseless and innocent among us.”
Pope Francis
As you give your gift to those in need through the
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, in your heart you also
will find the good news of God’s love. Ready to take
your generosity a step further? Join us at our next
meeting to explore this rewarding ministry on Tuesday,
September 8, (this month only due to the Labor Day
holiday), at 7:00 pm, in the Church Hall.
POPE FRANCIS’S ENCYCLICAL
LAUDATO SI
God, who calls us to generous commitment and to give
him our all, offers us the light and the strength needed
to continue on our way. In the heart of this world, the
Lord of life, who loves us so much, is always present.
He does not abandon us, he does not leave us alone, for
he has united himself definitively to our earth, and his
love constantly impels us to find new ways forward.
Praise be to him!
SCRIPTURE FOR AUGUST 30
Deuteronomy 4:1-2, 6-8; James 1:17-18, 21-22, 27;
Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
Jesus warns that the real roots of sin are our inner
attitudes. What attitude is giving me trouble lately
and pushing me toward wrong actions?
SCRIP GIFT CARD
PROGRAM
OUTREACH/PEACE AND
SOCIAL JUSTICE
FUNDRAISING FOR ST. PIUS X
CHURCH AND SCHOOL
SUMMER CLEANING FOR BABY
CORNER AT ST. PIUS X
Are you ready for back-to-school? Use Scrip gift cards
to buy all your school supplies - Office Depot, Fred
Meyer, Target and more!
Baby Corner provides assistance to mothers for babies
and young children who are in need in our local
community. Please remember Baby Corner when you
are cleaning out your children’s closets and drawers for
summer.
Need school uniforms? We have Dennis Uniform and
Lands End scrip gift cards in stock! You can use the
cards in-store and online.
Current Needs of Baby Corner: PACK & PLAYS,
strollers, books, used clean clothing newborn to size
4T, diapers sizes 2, 4, and 6 most needed at present,
diaper cream and wipes. Please no car seats, cribs or
stuffed animals.
Purchase Scrip gift cards on Sundays (8:00 am - 12:00
pm) in the Community Center. Can’t make it to St.
Pius X on Sundays? Send an email to [email protected]
with your order request and you can pick it up in the
Parish Office during office hours. Once school begins,
Scrip will be available daily during drop-off and pickup times, and on Sundays.
Bring donations to St. Pius X Church office Monday Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Questions? Call Marty (503)
614-9630, or Jennifer (971) 404-8040.
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SHARED LEADERSHIP NIGHT COMMISSION NOTES
Pastoral Council Executive
Committee:
Fr. Sean Weeks……………..Pastor
Jodi dePinna…………….Co-Chair
Matt Anderson…………..Co-Chair
Faith Formation Commission:
Jen Fast…………………..Co-Chair
Annie Eynard…………....Co-Chair
Marie Morris……………..PC Rep.
Steve Franey………...Jenny Emslie
Kristin Mombert………...Dori Pan
Julie Rentz……..Jennifer Bateman
Paul Ditter……………Jill Thomas
Patty Stalp…………….Billie Olson
Molly Washburn….....Staff Liaison
Latino Commission:
Ruth Parra Lopez, Carmen Lopez,
& Jose Flores Alfredo……PC Reps.
Juan Tellez……Guillermo Martinez
Pablo & Maria Salcedo..Jorge Arias
Jose Amador…… Francisca Rosas
Silvia Garcia…Patricia Hernandez
Jose & Angelica Huapeo
Daniel Rodriguez..Josefina Nicolas
Lupita Santamarina..Anabel Garcia
Veronica Rodriguez…Rosa Macias
Rosario Mendoza…Socorro Huerta
Blanca Sandoval..Angelica Magana
Marcela Sevilla…..Erika Villasenor
Fermin Martinez…Leonel Beristain
Maria Elena Amador… Reina Luna
Manuel Hidalgo
Jaime Sevilla ............ Staff Liaison
Outreach Commission:
Melliza Palazo ..................PC Rep.
Dorothy Presnell…..Chris Kondrat
Joyce Bergstrom…….Pat Montone
Jo Cooper…………..Colleen Lucas
George Venne…….…..Pat Schreck
Michelle Schleh ........ Staff Liaison
Prayer and Spiritual Life
Commission:
Dennis Simonsen ............ Co-Chair
Noreen Soares…………..Co-Chair
Pat Wieber ........................PC Rep.
Gina Burton ........ Wendy O’Hearn
Neeta d’Souza……...Mark Kearns
Jane Franey.......... Ricardo Gaerlan
Christy Simon……Britt McNamee
Bob Little ................. Staff Liaison
School Advisory Council:
Tracy Reeve Rickman .... Co-Chair
Bob Rosson .................... Co-Chair
Jennifer O’Neill…………PC Rep.
David Gorman……...Scott Kienow
Natalie Labossiere ........ John Naro
Heather Ortiz ....... Jim Scherzinger
Kim Pasion…...Brian Santa Maria
Pat Lautenbach…...Will Mahoney
Marisa O’Neill
Mary Thompson ....... Staff Liaison
PASTORAL COUNCIL & COMMISSION REPORTS
Pastoral Council
• Discussed the Sunday experience.
• Shared ideas how to best use the Information Booth.
• Each Commission provided feedback in response to the Rebuilt model and the
Strategic Ministry Plan.
Faith Formation Commission
• Get Registered Today! Children’s Faith Formation classes begin Sunday, September
27-28.
• Women’s Tuesday morning Ministry begins September 29, at 9:00 am, in the
Community Center.
• Men’s ACTS Retreat October 22, 2015. Sign up at the Parish Office.
• Mark Your Calendar! Women’s ACTS Retreat April 28-May 1, 2016.
Latino Commission
• We agreed that all leadership be involved in the hospitality and Sunday celebrations.
• The Ministry of Evangelization will have tamales for sale on August 29 and 30 after
all Masses.
• We discussed the great blessing of the visit of Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez
Maradiaga to our Parish.
• Organized details to implement the Open Family Forum.
• We requested all groups and ministries to be involved in the Catechism of children.
Prayer and Spiritual Life Commission
In response to the efforts of reading and responding to Rebuilt and to the St. Pius X
Strategic Ministry Plan, the commission spent time addressing the supplied discussion
questions:
• We discussed how the Worship Commission members can support the effort to focus
on the weekend, which included reaching out to those who have left the church.
• We discussed possible activities for the 10:00 am to 11:00 am time-frame, including
time for moms and dads, couples and family concerns.
• We discussed what the Parish could do to help people with their prayer life, which
included environmental and educational information.
Outreach Commission
• Reviewed construction updates.
• Discussed Mass time changes and Parish participation opportunities.
• Developed input for Pastoral Council in regards to “Rebuilt” ideas for upcoming
year.
School Advisory Council (SAC)
• Discussed the Parish Strategic Ministry Plan and different kinds of activities/
offerings that could support the efforts of Evangelization.
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COMMUNITY LIFE AND GROUPS
ST. PIUS X ALL PARISH PICNIC 2015
Sunday, September 13th
11:00 am Mass
Noon-3:00 pm Picnic
(No Sunday Masses at 10:30 am, 1:00 pm, or 5:30 pm)
THIS YEAR’S FUN INCLUDES:
x Authentic homemade Indian food, Mexican Food, Filipino food,
hotdogs and bratwurst – plus tasty cookies and ice cream
x Inflatable Slide
x Face Painting and Kids’ Activities
x THPRD Nature Mobile
Join the Fun & Lend a Hand!
We need LOTS of volunteers!
Sign up online at: www.stpius.org
Or contact Lori Fletcher at
[email protected]
Please remember to bring
along your folding chairs, picnic
blankets, and water bottles!!
Please notify Molly Washburn if you will need extra assistance as chair seating will
be limited. (503) 644-5264 ext. 130
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COMMUNITY LIFE AND GROUPS, CONT.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
BLOOD DRIVE
St. Pius X is excited to partner with the
American Red Cross on September 1 to
launch what we hope will be many blood drives. We
will be working together to give back to the community
in another truly life changing way since each donation
we collect can save up to three lives.
Important Blood Drive Information:
Date: September 1, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: St. Pius X Community Center
Identification is required to donate
Call: (503) 896-2224 to schedule your appointment,
OR, go to their website: http://www.redcrossblood.org.
Sponsor Code is: stpiuspdx.
Each donation usually takes less than one hour of your
time. You leave knowing that your time was well spent
and that you were a part of saving lives. Thank you for
your time, outpouring of love and support for those in
need.
FALL CYO SPORTS UPDATE
HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE TRIP
St. Pius X CYO Fall Sports Registration is now OPEN
for Volleyball and Hot Shots Basketball.
If you are interested in joining Fr. Sean Weeks, April 3,
2016, for a 10 day Holy Land Pilgrimage Trip, please
visit our website at http://stpiusweb.org/holylandtrip for
all information and to register.
Volleyball is for girls in grades 3rd-8th.
Hot Shots Basketball is for girls and boys in grades 1st2nd.
FESTA ITALIANA CELEBRATION AND
MASS
Please visit our website for more information –
cyostpiusx.bonzidev.com.
The 24th Annual Festa Italiana, celebrating Italian
culture in Portland, Oregon, takes place August 27-29,
at Pioneer Courthouse Square.
Registration closes on Wednesday, September 9, 2015.
ESL CLASS REGISTRATION
Festa Italiana Mass will be celebrated in Italian by
Most Rev. Archbishop Alexander K. Sample, on
Saturday, August 22, at 7:00 pm, at St. St. Philip Neri
Catholic Church, 2408 SE 16th Avenue, Portland.
Reception follows with Italian desserts. All are
welcome.
Time to register for ESOL, GED, Citizenship classes.
Classes will be held at Valley Catholic School this year
and begin in September. Flyers will be available soon!
Call Sr. Catherine Hertel for an appointment and
information at (503) 644-9181.
For further information, visit festa-italiana.org.
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COMMUNITY LIFE AND GROUPS, CONT.
AND THE WINNER IS...
“Take courage...Jesus is calling you.”
Mk. 10:46-52
The Knights of Columbus held their 13th
week’s raffle drawing for “Win One for
the Pastor,” which benefits the St. Pius X
Youth Ministry, providing scholarships to youth retreats
and other activities for those in need of financial support.
The raffle provided $1,500 to our St. Pius X Youth!
Thank you to all who participated in the raffle.
St. Pius X Men’s Retreat
A.C.T.S.
Adoration * Community * Theology * Service
October 22-25, 2016
Register Today
in the Parish Office
The Winner of the Week 13 Drawing to receive $100
is Ticket #124, Bob Weisend. Congratulations, Bob!
Please call the Parish Office at (503) 644-5264 to
arrange pick up of your $100 prize.
Information:
Matt Anderson, [email protected]
Molly Washburn, [email protected]
LITTLE SAINTS
Will you be
3
by September 1?
If, YES, then register for our Little Saints
Sunday School.
Forms are available at the back of the Church, in the
Parish Office and online at stpius.org.
NEW LOCATION: Community Center
Classes are offered during the 8:45 am
and 11:00 am Masses.
Grow with us in Christ. Our Little Saints Sunday
School program is Faith Formation for our youngest
Parishioners. Children ages 3 (by September 1,
2015) through those entering Kindergarten have
the opportunity to explore the stories of the Bible in
a fun, interactive and creative program set up to
meet their specific developmental needs.
Questions: Molly Washburn at [email protected]
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ST. PIUS X SCHOOL
ST. PIUS X SCHOOL
OPENINGS
SCHOOL SUMMER OFFICE HOURS
UPDATE
We currently have openings available
for the 2015-16 school year in grades K, 1, 2, 5 and 6. If
you are interested in enrolling your child(ren), or would
like further information, please contact the school office
at (503) 644-3244, or visit the school website at www.
stpiuspanthers.org.
August 24 - September 2
The school office will be CLOSED.
The school office will be in transition
to the new building.
Voicemail, emails and mail will be responded to
in a timely manner.
All correspondence may be turned in
at the Parish office.
JOB OPPORTUNITY
Thursday, September 3
Open House 4:00 pm - 5:00pm.
St. Pius X School is accepting applications for teaching
assistants in their Extended Care Program for the
2015-16 school year. The hours are Monday, 2:00
pm - 6:00 pm, and Tuesday-Friday, 3:00 pm - 6:00
pm. The teaching assistants work with the Extended
Care Program Coordinator in the development and
implementation of the program’s activities for students
K-8.
VOCATIONS
CHILDREN OFTEN TALK about what they want to
be “when they grow up”: doctors, lawyers, athletes,
nurses, movie stars, teachers, carpenters. They may
talk about these roles, but do they ever talk about being
a priest, sister or brother? You are the hand of God —
encourage your children to consider Church ministry.
Please email your resume to Ashley Hodges at
[email protected], or contact her if you need
additional information.
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Ministerio latino
la Nota del parroco
y menos aún aduladores engañosos y frívolos.
Tras el discurso de Jesús sobre el pan
de vida, la incredulidad aumenta más
incluso en algunos de los discípulos,
que se niegan a caminar con él por
más tiempo. Jesús, sin embargo, no
renunciará a la exigencia de la fe. Pero
señala la imposibilidad de lógrala a
través del poder humano, pues solo es
posible por el poder de Dios. Repite
la oposición entre imperecedero y
perecedero que se encuentra en la introducción al discurso
(Juan 6:27). “El espíritu es el que da vida; la carne es inútil”.
El trabajo del discípulo es la fe.; la vida es un don de Dios.
Se cuenta que cuando Cronwell hacía su entrada triunfal
en Londres, alguien le hizo notar la enorme afluencia de
pueblo que acudía de todas partes para verle. “La misma
habría -respondió él fríamente- y mucha más aún para verme
ahorcar”. ¡Así de veleidosas son las multitudes! Jesús lo
sabía muy bien y, por eso, no se dejaba impresionar por la
respuesta de las masas: ni el aplauso de los hombres le hacía
sentirse más “importante”, ni se alteraba por la más o menos
frecuente “impopularidad” de su mensaje. Por ello gozaba de
tanta libertad de espíritu: porque no se peocupaba por lo que
los demás pensasen de El.
Nuestro Señor sabía que mucha gente -incluso entre sus
discípulos- no creía en El. Sabía que era piedra de escándalo
para muchos y “signo de contradicción”. Pero eso no lo
amedrentaba ni le hacía echar marcha atrás: “¿Esto os hace
dudar? ¿y si vierais al Hijo del hombre subir a donde estaba
antes?”. Y enseguida invita a sus oyentes a “subir” otra vez
a la esfera de la fe: “El espíritu es el que da la vida; la carne
no aprovecha para nada. Las palabras que os he dicho son
espíritu y son vida. Pero algunos de vosotros no creéis”.
Volvemos otra vez a la primera condición, indispensable,
para seguir a Jesús: tener FE en El, querer creer en El, tener
el valor de jugarse el todo por el todo por El.
“¿Quieres dejarme?” Esta pregunta conmovedora nos impulsa
a tomar nuestra posición con respecto a Jesús: ¿Vamos a
unirnos a los no creyentes o los Doce? “Señor, ¿A quién
iremos? Si solo Tú tienes palabras de vida eterna “. El
compromiso no debe ser tomado por completamente otorgado.
El seguidor de Cristo debe depender de él y en el pan que da
apoyo. Que cristiano, tratando de ser creyente, no sufre todos
los días de la diferencia entre su profesión de fe y la forma
en que se convierten en la realidad? Pero la fragilidad de la
fe también sirve como un grito, una llamada que el Padre
escucha muy especialmente cada vez que se nos regala, en
la eucaristía, con la misma vida de su Hijo. ( St. Andrew’s
Missal, Pg 734).
En la santa Misa, inmediatamente después de la
consagración, el sacerdote dice: “Mysterium fidei, ¡Este
es el sacramento de nuestra fe!”. Y enseguida toda la
asamblea aclama: “Anunciamos tu muerte, proclamamos tu
resurrección, ¡ven, Señor Jesús!”. La Eucaristía es, ante todo,
un misterio y un sacramento de fe en la Pasión, muerte y
resurrección del Señor. Juan Pablo II, en su última encíclica,
dedicada al tema de la Eucaristía, nos dice que estas palabras
se refieren a Cristo en el misterio de su Pasión, pero revelan
también el misterio de la Iglesia. Ella, en efecto, tiene su
fundamento y su fuente en el “Triduo pascual”, pero éste está
como incluido, anticipado y “concentrado” en el don de la
Eucaristía.
Con la Gracia de Dios,
Padre Sean Weeks
Parroco
Del santo Evangelio según san Juan 6, 55. 60-69
REFLEXION
El discurso eucarístico de Jesús llega a su fin. Pero, como
hemos ido meditando en estas últimas semanas, cuando no
se escuchan las palabras de nuestro Señor con fe, sino que
se las interpreta de un modo humano, demasiado “carnal”,
“tierra-tierra”, las cosas acaban mal. Querer interpretarlas al
pie de la letra es un absurdo y una locura. Y es lo que les pasó
a los judíos. Pero no por culpa de Jesús, sino por las malas
disposiciones de sus oyentes. Ya El se lo había anunciado y les
había insistido, más de una ocasión, en la necesidad ineludible
de la fe. Pero fue inútil. Y ahí tenemos los resultados...: el
escándalo, la deserción y el abandono del Señor: “Duras son
estas palabras –concluyen escandalizados-. ¿Quién puede
oírlas? Es inaceptable este discurso. ¿Cómo hacerle caso?”.
Pero tener fe no es un mero sentimiento de la presencia de
Dios, ni creer solamente en los dogmas y verdades que nos
enseña la Iglesia Católica. Creer es confiar ciegamente en
Jesús, entregarse a El, ponerse en sus manos, sabiendo que
con El estamos seguros, en medio de todas las dificultades
de la vida. Como la historia de aquel equilibrista de Nueva
York. Para sus espectáculos solía atar un cable entre dos
edificios, a gran altura, y luego caminaba por dicho cable con
una barra de equilibrio. Al bajar, era ovacionado por todo
el mundo. En una ocasión, durante uno de sus espectáculos,
dice a los presentes: “Subiré nuevamente, pero ahora con una
carretilla. Sólo necesito que crean que lo puedo hacer”. Hay
un silencio sepulcral entre la multitud. Al fin, uno grita: “Sí,
adelante, yo creo que tú puedes”. A lo cual el equilibrista
Pero a nuestro Señor no le preocupa “la opinión pública”,
ese tirano que esclaviza a tantos hombres, incluso a aquellos
que se consideran más inteligentes y libres. ¡Cuántos de
nosotrossomos víctimas de la opinión de los demás! Jesús no
se retracta ni mitiga sus palabras para que sus discípulos no se
le vayan. El quiere gente convencida, no admiradores fáciles,
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responde: “Si en verdad crees que lo puedo hacer, ¡ven y
súbete en la carretilla!”... Algo así es la fe.
RICA/RCIA. Les recordamos a los Neófitos que asistan
reuniones todos los Viernes a las 7:00 pm en el Centro
Comunitario. Mayores informes con José Flores.
¿Serías capaz de subirte tú a la carretilla con Jesús? Si de
verdad creemos en Cristo, debemos ser capaces de hacerlo,
sin pensarlo dos veces. El no falla. Sólo entonces podremos
afirmar, como Pedro al final del discurso de Jesús: “Maestro,
¿a quién vamos a ir si no te seguimos a ti? Tú tienes palabras
de vida eterna, y nosotros creemos que tú eres el Mesías, el
Santo de Dios”.
MONAGUILLOS. Si su hijo desea ser un monaguillo, por
favor comuníquese con la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano al
tel. (503) 213-1446 o con la Señora Patricia Hernández al Tel.
(503) 828-7014.
MINISTERIO DE EVANGELIZACION PARROQUIAL.
Bienvenidos a los nuevos miembros del Ministerio de
Evangelización San Pio X que vivieron su Retiro de
Evangelización. Se les invita a todos los que han participado
del Retiro de Evangelización Parroquial a nuestras reuniones
todos los Jueves a las 7:00 pm iniciando con la Santa Misa.
Comenzaremos a estudiar el Calendario Litúrgico.
Con la gracia de Jesucristo
Jaime Sevilla
PLÁTICAS PRE-BAUTISMALES
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MINISTERIO FAMILIAR CRISTIANO ST PIUS X. A
todas las parejas, casadas y no casadas, les invitamos a
nuestras reuniones los días Domingos a las 3:00 pm. Estamos
estudiando La Familia y sus retos en nuestra sociedad.
La plática es de 9:00 am a 1:00 pm.
Solamente tiene que asistir a una sola plática.
No tiene que registrarse antes para tomar la plática/clase.
Traer una copia del acta de nacimiento de su hijo(a).
Durante la plática se le darán los documentos necesarios
para bautizar.
Si va a bautizar fuera de nuestra parroquia, le daremos un
comprobante de pláticas.
El cupo para tomar la plática/clase no es limitado.
Padrinos de fuera, pueden tomar su plática de donde son,
y traer un comprobante.
No tenemos cuidado de niños. Favor de dejar sus niños
con alguien a cuidar.
CATEQUESIS. Ya están abiertas las matrículas para las
clases de la Catequesis. Niños de 3 años a 5 para Pre-K, y
del primero al quinto grado escolar. Para aquellos que ya se
encuentran en el segundo grado o mayor de 7 años, podrán
hacer su Primera Comunión en el primer año de estudio de
la catequesis. El costo es de $50.00 por niño.
FORUM FAMILIAR ABIERTO
DEL 18 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 7:00 PM A 8:45 PM.
¿Quién es Dios? ¿Quién se lo inventó? ¿De donde viene el ser
humano? ¿Qué dice la Biblia? ¿Qué dice la Ciencia? ¿Qué dice
la Historia? Estas y muchas otras preguntas serán abordadas en
el Fórum Familiar Abierto.
Invitados especiales de la Universidad de Portland: El Biblista,
Dr. Will Deming; el Historiador, Dr. Michael Cameron; el
Científico, Fr. Thomas Josinski, CSC. Mayores informes con
sus coordinadores o la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano de la
Parroquia.
Fecha de Próximas Platicas
Septiembre 12, 2015
Diciembre 5, 2015
Octubre 10, 2015
Enero 9, 2016
Noviembre 7, 2015
Febrero, 13, 2016
Fecha de Próximos Bautizos
Los Bautizos inician y son a las 10:00 am.
Es obligatorio estar en la iglesia a las 9:40 am.
Septiembre 19, 2015
Diciembre 12, 2015
Octubre 17, 2015
Enero 23, 2016
Noviembre 14, 2015
Abril 2, 2016
ES TIEMPO PARA REGISTRARSE A LOS PROGRAMAS
DE ESL, GED, CLASES DE CIUDADANÍA. Llamar a la
Hermana Catherine para hacer una cita al tel. (503) 644-9181.
ANUNCIOS
TAMALES PARA LA VENTA. Les invitamos a hacer sus
órdenes de tamales que estarán a la venta el 29 y 30 de Agosto
después de la Santa Misa. Mayores informes en la Oficina
Parroquial.
CLASES DE FORMACIÓN DE LA FE.
Domingo: 3:00 pm Introducción a la Biblia
Miércoles: 9:00 am y 7:00 pm Introducción al Antiguo
Testamento
Jueves: 7:00 pm Cristología
Viernes: 7:00 pm Formación de Ministerios.
En todos los cursos hay cuidado de niños mayores de 5 años,
menos los viernes y miércoles por la noche.
Mayores informes en la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano de la
Parroquia.
TALLER DE CATEQUISTAS. A todos los catequistas y
ayudantes, como también aquellos que deseen serlo, se les
invita a un taller a realizarse el 5 de septiembre de las 8:30 am
a 7:00 pm en el salón de la Oficina Parroquial.
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contacts and resources
Parish Office
(503) 644-5264 / [email protected]
Administration
Fr. Sean Weeks, Pastor
(503) 644-5264
Fr. Francisco Bringuela, Parochial Vicar
(503) 644-5264
Fr. Peter Siamoo, Priest in Residence
(503) 644-5264
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Anthony Vuky, Business Services Manager
(503) 213-1444
Adult Education and Enrichment
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Annulment Advocacy
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon
(503) 234-5334
Baptisms
Tom English, Sacristan (English)
(503) 644-5264
Jaime Sevilla, Latino Ministry Coord. (Spanish)
(503) 644-5264
Baby Corner
Marty Abts
(503) 213-1376, Voice mailbox
Bereavement
Arlene Lee
(503) 579-9822
Bookkeeping
(503) 213-1445
Bridge Group - Social
Hilary Hutchinson
(503) 526-0650
Bulletin Items
Cheryl Hopkins
(503) 213-1449
Burnside Meals
Rebecca Gaerlan
(503) 372-9176
CYO
Anthony Vuky
(503) 213-1444
Confirmation (Adult)
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Confirmation (9th - 12th grades)
Kristin Mombert
(503) 213-1448
Elizabeth Ministries
Jennifer Radosavljevic
(971) 404-8040
ESL (English as a Second Language)
Michelle Schleh
(503) 213-1460
Facility Reservations
Anthony Vuky, Business Services Manager
(503) 213-1444
Faith Café
Joan Andersen-Wells
(503) 642-2764
Parish Nurse Ministry
Fran Breiling
(503) 645-3775
Faith Formation
Molly Washburn, Little Saints - Preschool - K
(503) 213-1450
Chris Kirnak, Sacramental Preparation
(503) 644-5264
Michelle Schleh, Faith Formation-Elementary
(503) 213-1460
Janell Hoekstra, Middle School Ministry
(503) 644-5264
Kristin Mombert, High School Ministry
(503) 213-1448
Amy Lopez - Faith Formation Secretary
(503) 644-5264
Peace and Justice
Mary Ryan Hotchkiss
(503) 646-5449
Filipino Community
Melliza Palazo
(503) 804-6510
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Geneal Kanalz
(503) 646-9547
RCIA / Returning Catholics (Landings)
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Reception / Parish Office / Mass Intentions
Jackie LaCasse
(503) 644-5264
Sanctity of Life
Jo Cooper
(503) 646-2250
Funeral Coordination
Evelyn Gibbons
(503) 614-9415
Habitat for Humanity
Patrick Wheeler
(503) 645-1645
IT Support
Jim Shaffer
(503) 644-5264
Serra Club
Dan Jones
(503) 645-2172
Special Needs Committee
Mary Ann Hassold
(503) 617-4965
Stewardship
Anthony Vuky, Business Services Manager
(503) 213-1444
Indian Community
Presenta Almeida
(503) 466-4799
St. Francis Dining Hall
Debra DiPaola
(503) 533-0984
Knights of Columbus
Pat Schreck, Grand Knight
(503) 819-2844
Mike Haney, Membership Director
(503) 640-4940
La Casita
Pat Pitz
(503) 806-0389
Latino Ministries
Jaime Sevilla, Latino Ministry Coordinator
(503) 213-1446
Liturgy and Worship
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Loaves and Fishes
Anne Fornay
(503) 646-0487
St. Pius X School
Mary Thompson, Principal
(503) 644-3244
Mary Beth Anderson, School Secretary
(503) 644-3244
Fran Wilson, School Secretary
(503) 644-3244
St. Joseph Toolbox
Knights of Columbus
(503) 644-5264
St. Vincent de Paul
Bob Weisend
(503) 688-7761
Vocations
Art Diederich
(503) 645-6142
Wedding Coordination
Barb English
(503) 643-3144
Mary’s Pantry
Mike and Nan Fey
(503) 626-8772
Women’s Club
Colleen Lucas
(503) 645-5646
Meals on Wheels
Tess Pimentel
(503) 645-3728
Ministry to the Sick and Homebound
Bob Little, Deacon
(503) 213-1447
Music Ministry
Wendy Reimann-O’Hearn
(503) 644-5264
Outreach
Michelle Schleh, Faith Formation/Outreach
(503) 213-1460
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Community Resources:
Care to Share-Food Assistance
(503) 591-9025
Child Abuse Reporting
(800) 275-8952
Pregnancy Resource Center
(503) 643-4503
Housing Assistance
(503) 846-4794
St. Pius x community calendar
Sunday
7:30 am 9:00 am 1:00 pm 5:30 pm -
August
23 Monday
Jackie Miller 
Mac McNeil 
Philomena Mary
Phyllis Ranere 
8:15 am -
8:15 am -
8:15 am -
Social Bridge
10:30 am - Church Hall
Rosary Group
2:30 pm Community Center M1
26 Thursday
John LaCasse 
8:15 am -
Latino Adult Faith Formation
9:00 am - Community Center M1/M2
Chaplet of Divine Mercy
3:00 pm - Church
Latino Adult Faith Formation
7:00 pm - Community Center M1/M2
Saturday
8:15 am 5:00 pm -
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Tony Eisele 
TC Smith 
Coyote Club
7:30 am - Youth Center
Latino Tamale Sale
Church Hall - Following All Masses
Tony Lameraner 
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Adaptive Liturgy Mass
2:45 pm - Church
Latino Bible Study
3:00 pm - Community Center M1/M2
Youth Choir Rehearsal
3:30 pm - Church
Wednesday
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24 Tuesday
Bob Murphy 
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Michael Martin 
Friday
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Jane Cox 
Al-Non
10:00 am - Youth Center
Funeral: Joe Moore
10:30 am - Church and Community Center
Latino Youth Choir
6:00 pm - Church
Adult Faith Sharing Group
7:00 pm - Community Center M1
Latino Evangelization Group
7:30 pm - Church Hall
Latino Adult Faith Formation
7:30 pm - Community Center Nursery
Latino Adult Choir
7:00 pm - Church
Sunday
Intercessions
7:30 am 9:00 am 5:30 pm -
30
Mary Packer 
Waivel Johanneck
Timothy Paul Jones
Latino Tamale Sale
Church Hall - Following All Masses
Latino Bible Study
3:00 pm - Community Center M1/M2
Youth Choir Rehearsal
3:30 pm - Church
For additional information regarding our calendar, visit our
website -www.stpius.org.
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For those who are suffering illness . . .
For those who have died . . .
Joe Moore
Feliciana Ramos
New members
Loretta Adamski
Joseph and Ginusha Perera
James and Kamila Price, Jr.
David and Oyendrila Kennedy
BEYOND OUR PARISH WALLS
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREAT
The Continuing Education for Young Parents (CEYP)
program needs people to help take care of babies and
toddlers while their teen parents attend high school.
Volunteers are asked to give one morning or afternoon
a week at a beautiful facility at Merlo Station High
School. You can satisfy your love for babies and at the
same time help a young mom or dad complete her or
his high school education. If you are interested or have
any questions, please contact Kate Richman at (503)
297-3861, or [email protected] We would love to
have you join us.
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you? Is there a dividing point in your life: “before the
abortion,” and “after the abortion”? Have you convinced
yourself that you have dealt with your abortion
experience, but you still feel uncertain? Have you
been looking at the Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat ad in the
bulletin for years, and wondering what it is all about?
September 18-20, there will be a retreat near the Bend
area at the Powell Butte Retreat Center where healing,
forgiveness, hope, and transformation are offered in a
safe, caring, and strictly confidential environment. For
more information, contact Patricia Hutchinson, Project
Rachel Coordinator, at (800) 249-8074, or [email protected]
CatholicCharitiesOregon.org.
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
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The St. Patrick Prayer Shawl Ministry is sponsoring
the 4th Bi-Annual Prayer Shawl Retreat on Saturday,
September 26, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, at 498 NW 9th,
Canby, OR. Keynote speaker is Brian Doyle with the
University of Portland. Lunch is provided.
Our 5th Annual Benefit Auction is on Friday, September
11, at 6:00 pm, at St. John the Baptist Church Parish
Center. We will have complimentary wine and
hor d’oeuvres.
For registration or questions, contact Patty Meyerhofer
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