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Sunday, June 6, 2010 Telephone 310.834.5215 Electronic Mail sppc@sbcglobal.net Home on the Web http://sppc.us Parish Office 515 West Opp Street Wilmington, California 90744 Parish Hall 1015 Lagoon Avenue Wilmington, California 90744 Parish Office Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Saturday & Sunday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Pastor Father Raymond Perez, O. Praem. Parochial Vicar Father Michael Perea, O. Praem. Parochial Vicar and Chaplain to the School Father Godfrey Bushmaker, O. Praem. Sunday Auxiliary Father Patrick Foutts, O. Praem. Baptisms, Weddings & Quinceañeras Please call the rectory during office hours Sick or Hospitalized Call 310.834.5215. Leave message with receptionist or follow voicemail instructions Perpetual Adoration 24 Hour Eucharistic Adoration. To become an adorer of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, please call 310.952.1965 HOLY MASS Saturday 8:00 am (English) 5:00 pm (English) Sunday 6:30 am (Latin) Tridentine Mass* * Latin Novus Ordo Third Sunday 8:00 am (Español) 9:30 am (English) * * Tridentine High Mass Third Sunday 11:00 am (English) 12:30 pm (Español) 2:00 pm (Español) 5:00 pm (English) 7:00 pm (Español) Monday through Friday 6:45 am (English) 8:00 am (English) CONFESSION Fridays @ 7:30 pm Saturdays @ 4:00 pm Sundays during the following Masses: 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00, 12:30 pm, & 2:00 pm St. Joseph Bookstore 1015 Lagoon Ave., Wilmington, CA 90744 (in the Parish Hall) 310.952.1965 SS. Peter & Paul School 706 Bay View Avenue Wilmington, CA 90744 310.834.5574 Principal Miss Nancy Kuria Poverty Program FOOD PANTRY 943 Lagoon Avenue Wilmington, CA 90744 310.952.0144 Harbor Pregnancy Help Center/La Cuna 705 West Pac. Coast Highway Wilmington, CA 90744 310.518.4135 Religious Education Office 310.830.3007 We are called to a mature faith, We want to stand confidently before our Lord, with full assurance that we know his will for our lives. We must not let ourselves be confused or led astray by a culture that would have us avoid truths of the Gospel we might find challenging or uncomfortable. ~ Coadjutor Archbishop Jose Gomez Holy Mass Intentions Saturday, June 5 8:00 am Sanctity of Life 5:00 pm † Margaret & Lloyd Belland Sunday, June 6 6:30 am † Eustaquio Tuyor 8:00 am † Raul Armenta 9:30 am † Bella Ramos 11:00 am † Corazon and Clemente Escanlar Susbilla 12:30 pm † Julia Diaz 2:00 pm Jessica Garduño 5:00 pm † Margaret & Lloyd Belland 7:00 pm † Santiago Robles Monday, June 7 6:45 am Bill Jeff 8:00 am † Severino Limon Pray for the Sick Celia Ochoa Jacob Diaz Pamela Yonan Sr. Mary Elizabeth McKeever Carlitos Ropper Joaquin Alvarez Antonio Catbagan Alberto Gutierrez Lucille & Josephine Gonzalez Lucia Moreno-Linares Isabel Pacheco Arthur Paul Tony Luera John Arroyo Erika Steip Consuelo Rubio Tuesday, June 8 6:45 am † Wan Soo & Sy Sam 8:00 am † Susana Ibay Wednesday, June 9 6:45 am Bill Jeff 8:00 am † Deacon Russell Harrison Thursday, June 10 6:45 am Bill Jeff 8:00 am Isabel Pacheco Friday, June 11 6:45 am Bill Jeff 8:00 am Michelle Nichole Acosta "When you look at the Crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look at the Sacred Host you understand how much Jesus loves you now. ~ Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta Pray for the Dead Patricio Gilbuena Benjamin Cerda Thomas Sturdivant Artemio Ontog Josef Kamau Kuria Eugenio “Nonoy” Ealdama, Jr. Antonio Catbayan Jack Slater Rufina Escanlar Romulo David, Jr. Barbara Miller Ricardo Gallo Joseph Sims Elena B. Eugenio Louie Ortiz Benigno Relis Estamos llamados a una fe madura, queremos estar confidencialmente ante nuestro Señor, con plena confianza de que sabemos que nos depara en nuestras vidas. No debemos confundirnos o dejarnos guiar por una cultura que nos lleva a evitar las verdades del Evangelio las cuales podemos encontrar difíciles o incómodas. ~ Coadjutor Arzobispo José H. Gómez

The Gift of the Eucharist [The] spiritual food [of the Eucharist] is likened unto bodily nourishment in this respect that without it spiritual life in the soul cannot exist; just as without as food for the body, bodily life will not exist. But it means more than bodily food, for the Sacrament of the Eucharist causes everlasting life in the person receiving it worthily, whish is not caused through corporal food; since he who eats bodily food lives not forever. For as Augustine says, “it frequently happens, that many who live sumptuously, and partake of other cause.” On the other hand, he who receives this divine food and drinks of the Body and Blood of the Lord, “has everlasting life”, and is therefore compared to the tree of life. “She is a tree of the life to them that lay hold on her, and he that shall retain her is blessed” (Prv3: 18). Hence the Blessed Eucharist is called the “Bread of Life.” “With the Bread of Life and understanding, she shall feed him” (Sir 15: 3). And therefore, John says, “everlasting life.” This is because he who eats this [divine] Bread has Christ within him, who is the true God and Life eternal. Moreover he has life everlasting who eats and drinks not only sacramentally, but also spiritually; that is by receiving not only the Sacrament but the very virtue of the Sacrament. For the worthy receiver is united by faith and charity to Christ, who is contained in this Sacrament of the altar; so that the communicant becomes his member. For this divine food is not converted into the receiver, but it converts the receiver into Christ; according to Augustine, “you shall not convert me into you, but you shall be converted into me.” Consequently, this food of the Blessed Eucharist is capable of making men divine, and of filling them with divinity. But this Sacrament is also great, for it gives eternal life likewise to the body, and therefore, Christ says , “ I will raise you up on the last day.” For whosoever eats and drinks of this food spiritually becomes a sharer in the gifts of the Holy Spirit, through whom we are untied to Christ, in a union of faith and charity, and through whom we are made members of his Church. Saint Thomas Aquinas (Â 1274) El Don de la Eucaristía [El [alimento espiritual] de la Eucaristía] es semejante al alimento corporal en el aspecto que sin la vida espiritual el alma no puede existir; al igual que sin la alimentación para el cuerpo, la vida corporal no existiría. Pero significa más que el alimento del cuerpo, puesto que el Sacramento de la Eucaristía causa la vida eterna en la persona que lo recibe dignamente, que no es causada por los alimentos corporales; ya que el que come los alimentos del cuerpo no vive para siempre. Porque como dice San Agustín, "ocurre con frecuencia, que muchos viven entre placeres, y participan en otra causa." Por otro lado, el que recibe este alimento divino y bebe del Cuerpo y la Sangre del Señor, “tiene vida eterna”, y por lo tanto es comparado con el árbol de la vida. "Es árbol la abrazan, y ¡feliz quien la retiene!" (Prv3: 18). Es por eso que la Sagrada Eucaristía se llama "Pan de Vida." “Le alimentará con el Pan de Vida y inteligencia" (Sir 15, 3). Y por lo tanto, San Juan dice: "la vida eterna." Esto es porque el que come de este [divino] Pan tiene a Cristo en su interior, quien es el verdadero Dios y la Vida eterna. Además, él que come y bebe tiene no sólo sacramentalmente tiene vida eterna, sino también espiritualmente, es decir, al recibir no solamente el Sacramento sino la virtud misma de ese Sacramento. Para el digno receptor está unido por la fe y la caridad de Cristo, quien está contenido en este Sacramento del altar, de modo que el comulgante se convierte en su miembro. Por este alimento divino el receptor no se convierte, pero el receptor se convierte en Cristo, según San Agustín, "tu no me convertirás en ti, pero tú te convertirás en mí." En consecuencia, el alimento de la Eucaristía es capaz de hacer que los hombres sean divinos, y de llenarlos con la divinidad. Pero este Sacramento es también grande, porque da la vida eterna al igual que al cuerpo, y por lo tanto, Cristo dice: "Yo le resucitaré en el último día." Porque todo aquel que come y bebe de este alimento espiritual se convierte en un partícipe de los regalos del Espíritu Santo, por quien estamos unidos a Cristo, en una unión de fe y caridad, y por el cual somos miembros de su Iglesia. Santo Tomas de Aquino (Â 1274)

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