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Church of SS. Peter and Paul - Saints Peter and Paul Church

January 8, 2012

Church of SS. Peter and Paul

Historic Faith Center of the San Pedro Pastoral Region

SS. Peter and Paul Church 515 West Opp Street Wilmington, CA 90744 ~ The Epiphany of the Lord


Indulgences granted by Pope Benedict XVI for the Golden

Jubilee Year of St. Michael's Abbey of the Norbertine Fathers

15 August 2011 ~ 29 September 2012

OUR HOLY FATHER POPE BENEDICT XVI through his Apostolic Penitentiary in Rome has made a

generous grant of Indulgences on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of St. Michael's Abbey of the Norbertine

Fathers. This is a great gift from the spiritual treasury of the Church, by the power the keys of the kingdom

of heaven given to St Peter and his successors. This apostolic gift is intended to increase the fervor of

the Christian life among the faithful by intensifying their acts of prayer, charity and penance for the living

and the dead. These Indulgences are both Plenary and Partial. They all may be gained for oneself or for the

faithful detained in Purgatory. It is especially praiseworthy to help the departed in this way. An indulgence

is not the forgiveness of sin, but a remission of the temporal punishment due to sin. It is based on the law of

satisfaction taught by the Lord in the Holy Gospels, and on the union of the members of the Church in the One Body of Christ by

their sharing of spiritual gifts and bearing each other's burdens.

PLENARY JUBILEE INDULGENCES

These are gained under the customary conditions of Holy Communion, Sacramental Confession within at least 20 days before

or after the work, and prayer for the intentions of the Holy Father. Those who receive communion at least five days a week

and confess at least every few weeks fulfill the sacramental conditions and do not need to make a special communion or confession.

Any prayers may be said for the Pope, but the Lord's Prayer and a Hail Mary suffice. There must also be freedom from any

deliberate attachment to sin, even venial, and this means simply the contrition and purpose of amendment sufficient to confess

these sins.

A plenary indulgence may only be gained once a day, but when it is not gained fully, a partial indulgence is still always gained, so

one may still perform several acts a day which are ordinarily enriched with a plenary indulgence, since they gain at least a partial

indulgence. This is important especially when we want to apply these greater indulgences to the departed.

The special Plenary Jubilee Indulgences granted in favor of St. Michael's Abbey are as follows:

For a devout pilgrimage to the abbey Church on the solemnities of the Assumption (August 15 th ) and of St. Michael (September

29 th ) of the years 2011 and 2012. The faithful should visit the abbey church and either assist at some public prayer of the Mass or

Liturgy of the Hours, or at least spend some time there in devout reflection, in any case concluding their time with the Lord's

Prayer, the Creed, and an invocation to Our Lady and St. Michael. This pilgrimage may be made individually or together with

others and may be made from noon of the preceding day (August 14 th or September 28 th )and throughout the day of the solemnity

itself. In addition, the common discipline of the Church grants this same indulgence for the faithful who visit the abbey Church on

the solemnity of its Dedication (September 20 th ) and of St. Norbert (June 6 th ).

For visiting on any day the cemetery where the founding confreres of St. Michael's are buried,spending some time there in devout

considerations, and concluding their visit in aid of the departed with the Lord's Prayer, the Creed and an invocation to Our

Lady and St. Michael. This visit may be made on any day of the Jubilee from August 15 th 2011 until September 29 th 2012. This

visit may be made on as many days as the faithful desire. The cemetery is Ascension Cemetery at 24754 Trabuco Road in Lake

Forest.

For performing any work of mercy for those in need for at least an hour in a spirit of gratitude for the innumerable graces

granted to St. Michael's Abbey over the years, concluding the merciful work with the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, and an invocation

to Our Lady and St. Michael. This work does not have to be sponsored by the abbey, it can be any work of mercy. If any of the

conditions of this indulgence are not met, for example, on account of a shorter time or the omission of the prayers, there is still a

partial indulgence granted by general discipline of the Church.

Anyone who is ill or infirm on account of age, or who for some other weighty reason cannot go to the abbey church or cemetery

may gain the plenary indulgence all the same, by uniting their intention with those who can go, offering their sufferings and trials

to God through Our Lady. They should fulfill the general conditions given above as soon as they are able, and pray the Our Father,

the Creed and an invocation to Our Lady and St. Michael.

PARTIAL JUBILEE INDULGENCES

For each and every visit to the abbey church to pray or the cemetery to aid the departed with at least a contrite heart, if even the

conditions for the plenary, indulgence cannot be fulfilled.


Adorers needed to watch over the Blessed Sacrament

Necesitamos adoradores para estar con el Santísimo una hora

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 2012

Telephone

310.834.5215

Electronic Mail

sppc@sbcglobal.net

Home on the Web

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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

Reverend Pastor

Father Raymond L. Perez,

O. Praem.

Parochial Vicar

Father Michael U. Perea,

O. Praem.

Associate Priest

Father Martin R. Benzoni,

O. Praem.

Chaplain to the School

Father Patrick D. Foutts,

O. Praem.

Sunday Auxiliary

Father Adrian J. Sanchez,

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 @ 7:00 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

NORBERTINE SISTERS

Poverty Program and

St. Vincent de Paul Society

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

B

ecause our time is so precious, it is a

beautiful gift. So let us try to be more

generous with our time, more

“present” to others, less distracted. One thing that

would help: Let’s try to turn off our phones and

computers more often so we can really pay attention

to the people we love. ~ Archbishop Jose

H. Gomez

HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, January 7

8:00 am Silao Family and

End to abortion

5:00 pm Fr. Raymond’s

Nameday

Sunday, January 8

6:30 am Eustaquio Tuyor

8:00 am † Luis Villagran

9:30 am Eduardo S. Hingco

11:00 am Dr. Celia and

Mrs. Eugene Beto

12:30 pm Pro-populo

2:00 pm † Rafael Barriga

5:00 pm Nancy Briseño

7:00 pm † Virginia Solorio

Monday, January 9

6:45 am † Vincent Lealuga

8:00 am † Sr. Elizabeth Butler

Tuesday, January 10

6:45 am † Rev. Robert Byrne

and Rev. Lorenzo de Dominici

8:00 am † Patrocinio Martinez

Wednesday, January 11

6:45 am Holy Souls in

Purgatory

8:00 am † Higinio Javier

Hernandez

Thursday, January 12

6:45 am Holy Souls in

Purgatory

8:00 am † Paul Madrigal

Friday, January 13

6:45 am Holy Souls in

Purgatory

8:00 am Veronica Legaspina

The heavens open and multitudes of

angels come to assist in the Holy

Sacrifice of the Mass. ~ St. Gregory

Pray for the Sick

Romeo Escanlar

Corrie Tobias

George Viera

Kenny Terborch

Christopher Acosta

Isabel Pacheco

Lolita Ancheta

Marcela Lacanlale

Delia Chavez

Rosalie Yracheta

Margaret Gutierrez

Joshua Derain

Andrea Mora Markel

David Mora

Maryanne Mattingly

Bertha Rios

Martha Venegas Marquez

Pray for the Dead

Nida Demeterio

Roberto Martinez

Teresa Diaz

Richard Rodriguez

Ethel Wright

Fr. Lorenzo DiDomenici

Heriberto Alvarez

Elias Alberto Mendez

Bruce Clyde

Blas Larios

Sr. Elizabeth Butler, SJC

Otilia Haro

Maria Vargas

Wilfredo A. Castaneto

Victor Briseño

Cecilia Camarena

Mariana Gil

Y

a que nuestro tiempo es tan precioso, es

un hermoso regalo. Tratemos de ser más

generosos con nuestro tiempo, estar más

“presentes” con otros, menos distraídos. Una cosa

que ayudaría: apaguemos nuestros teléfonos y

computadoras más frecuentemente, de modo que

realmente podamos prestar atención a las personas

que amamos. ~ Arzobispo José H. Gómez


The Epiphany

R

ecalling the deeds performed

by the Savior of the human

race brings us great profit,

dearly-if what we venerate as something

believed we also take on to be

imitated. In the arrangement of

Christ’s mysteries, there are both effects

of grace and influence from doctrine,

for we follow in the example of

his works the one whom we acknowledge

in the spirit of faith. Those very

first things which the Son of God experienced

in being born of his Virgin

Mother set us on the road to progress

in holiness.

There appear to those of an upright heart in one and the

same Person both human lowliness and divine majesty.

Whom the cradle shows to be an Infant, heaven and heavenly

things call their Maker. That Boy with a small body

is Lord and Ruler of the world. He who is encompassed

by no limits is held in the arms of his Mother. But it is in

these things that the healing of our wounds and the raising

up of our abasement rest, for, unless such diversity had

together as one, human nature could not be reconciled to

God.

Our remedies, then, have established for us a rule of living,

and a pattern has been given for our conduct, a pattern

from which medicine can be applied to the dead. Not

inappropriately, when the brightness of the new star had

led three wise men to worship Jesus, they did not see him

ruling over demons, not raising the dead, not restoring

sight to the blind or mobility to the lame or speech to the

dumb, nor in any action of divine power. They saw him,

rather, as a Child – silent, at rest, placed in the care of his

Mother-in a situation where there appeared no indication

of power.

From this lowliness, however, a great miracle was presented.

Consequently, the mere sight of that sacred Infancy

to which God the Son of God had adapted himself

was bringing to their eyes a preaching that would be imparted

to their ears. What the sound of his voice was not

yet presenting, the activity of sight was teaching them.

For the entire victory of the Savior, the one that overcame

the devil and the world began in humility and ended in

humility.

SAINT LEO THE GREAT

Saint Leo the Great (†461) reigned as pope from 440 to 461.

He is a Doctor of the Church.

La Epifanía del Señor

R

ecordando

los hechos realizados

por el Salvador de la raza humana

nos trae grandes beneficios, afectuosamente

si lo que veneramos como

algo que creemos, también debe ser imitado.

En la disposición de los misterios

de Jesucristo, hay dos efectos de la gracia

e influencia de la doctrina, pues seguimos

el ejemplo de sus obras en quien reconocemos

el espíritu de la fe. Esas primeras

cosas del Hijo de Dios experimentado en

el nacimiento de su Madre Virginal nos

puso en el camino hacia la santidad.

Parece ser que aquellos de un corazón

recto en uno y la misma Persona

tanto la humildad humana y divina majestad. Quien la

cuna muestra a un Infante, el cielo y las cosas celestiales

llaman a su Creador. Ese Niño con un cuerpo pequeño es

el Señor y Rey del mundo. El quien esta rodeado por no

limites es tomado en los brazos de su Madre. Pero es en

estas cosas que nuestras heridas son sanadas y nuestra

humillación es elevada a descansar, ya que, a menos que

tal adversidad junta sea una sola, la naturaleza humana no

podría ser reconciliada con Dios.

Nuestros remedios, entonces, se han establecido como

una regla de vida, y un patrón se ha dado para nuestra

conducta, un patrón en donde la medicina puede aplicarse

a los muertos. No es inapropiado, cuando el resplandor

de la nueva estrella que guió a los tres reyes magos a adorar

a Jesús, no lo vieron reinar sobre los demonios, ni

resucitar a los muertos, ni devolver la vista a los ciegos o

movilidad a los cojos o hablar a los mudos, ni en la acción

del poder divino. Mas bien lo vieron como un Niño – en

silencio, en reposo, bajo el cuidado de su Madre-en una

situación en la que no aparece ningún indicio de poder.

Desde su humildad, sin embargo, un gran milagro fue

presentado. En consecuencia, la mera visión de la sagrada

Infancia la que Dios el Hijo de Dios adapto para si mismo

trajo ante sus ojos una predicación que seria impartida a

sus oídos. El sonido de su voz todavía no estaba presente,

la actividad de la vista les estaba enseñando. Por la completa

victoria del Salvador, el que venció al diablo y el

mundo comenzó en humildad y terminó en humildad.

SAN LEO EL GRANDE

San Leo el Grande († 461) reinó como papa de 440 a 461.

El es Doctor de la Iglesia


SUNDAY MISSAL

2012 Sunday Missal with New Mass Reponses on sale at

St. Joseph Bookstore for only $5.00 while supplies lasts.

ST. MICHAEL’S PREP

St. Michael’s Prep School serves young men of

moral commitment and academic potential in a

Catholic, five day boarding setting. St. Michael’s

has been ranked as one of the 50 best Catholic high

schools in the United States the last 3 times in a row.

HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM

Pre-registration required

Saturday, January 28, 2012 at 8:30 a.m.

Call 949.858.0222 ext. 23 for more information

WALK FOR LIFE WEST COAST

January 21, 2012 at Civic Center Plaza

(Polk Street across from City Hall)

Please help us spread the word to everyone

you know - this year the Walk for

Life will be held at Civic Center Plaza in

front of City Hall (not Justin Herman

Plaza as in the past seven years). The

schedule of events are as follows:

Info. Faire – 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Rally

– 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Walk (down

Market Street) – 1:30 p.m.

CONTACT US! Walk for Life - P.O. Box 170494 - San

Francisco, CA 94117 - Tel: 415.658.1793 Fax: 415.387.0896

HOME TO HOME NOVENA

The Holy Child~Santo Niño Association is conducting Home

to Home Novena Prayers. Families interested in having the

statue of the Divine Infant Jesus (Santo Niño) visit their homes

are invited to call Mrs. Carmen Ballat @ 310.835.8594 or

Olivia Campos @ 310.346.2310.

2KNIGHTS BULLETIN

FAMOUS KNIGHTS

Many famous Catholic men from all over the world have been

Knights of Columbus. In the United States, the most notable

include John F. Kennedy; Ted Kennedy; Al Smith; Sargent

Shriver; Alan Keyes; Samuel Alito, an associate justice of the

U.S. Supreme Court; Jeb Bush, former Governor of Florida;

and Sergeant Major Daniel Daly, a two-time Medal of Honor

recipient, once described by the commandant of the U.S. Marine

Corps as "the most outstanding Marine of all time" For

more information, contact our worthy Grand Knight, Paul

Hernandez @ 310.830.3091.

PUBLIC SQUARE ROSARY

Pray the Holy Rosary - every 1 st Saturday of each month at

Gaffey and 9th Street, San Pedro. Contact: Linda Neal @

310.539.1073.

Santo Niño, Prince of Peace

God has appeared – as a

child. It is in this guise that he

pits himself against all violence

and brings a message

that is peace. At this hour,

when the world is continually

threatened by violence in so

many places and in so many

different ways, when over

and over again there are oppressors’ rods and bloodstained

cloaks, we cry out to the Lord: O mighty God, you have

appeared as a child and you have revealed yourself to us

as the One who loves us, the One through whom love will

triumph. And you have shown us that we must be peacemakers

with you. ~ Pope Benedict XVI, Homily for

Christmas 2011

HOLY MASS IN HONOR OF THE SANTO NIÑO

Saturday, January 21, 2012

10:00 o’clock in the morning

Bishop Edward Wm. Clark, celebrant and homilist

Auxiliary Bishop of Our Lady of Angels Region

PARENT RETREAT REMINDER

Parents of First Communion and Confirmation

students are reminded that the Second

Mandatory Retreat offered by Mrs. Vangie

Obray will take place on Saturday, January

14, 2012 at 8:00 am in the Parish

Church.

BANNING HIGH SCHOOL REUNION

Class of 1966

June 2, 2012

For information: email Banning1966@gmail.com or

call Bob Hedges at 562 421 1829.

Religion Classes for Adults

Do you have questions about the

Catholic Faith? Are you interested

in becoming a Catholic? Are you a

baptized Catholic but have never

received First Holy Communion

and/or Confirmation? If you can

answer “yes” to any of these questions,

we have a class for

you. Adult Religious Education classes in English will

begin on Sunday, January 29, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in the

parish hall. Come and explore the great richness of the

Catholic Faith! Register now in the bookstore. For

more information, call Kathy Belland at 310.548.4029.


Escuela de la Fe

INSTITUTO CATEQUÉTICO

• Te invita a asistir al curso que impartirá sobre la

Santísima Virgen María (Mariología).

• Ahí conoceremos más de nuestra Madre Santísima,

aprenderemos a dar razones de nuestro gran

amor por Ella y por qué la veneramos con tanto

cariño.

Comenzamos el lunes 9 de enero de 2012 a las 7 pm

Salón San Miguel

Parroquia de S.S. Peter and Paul

LA ESPIRITUALIDAD DE

SAN NORBERTO

El Padre Adrián Sánchez, O. Praem., impartirá

clases de enseñanza sobre la espiritualidad

de San Norberto y para el crecimiento

de nuestra fe Católica. ¡Ven, acompáñanos!

Quién: Todos están invitados (en Español)

Cuándo: Cada tercer Viernes del mes

Dónde: Capilla de San José

(adentro de la Iglesia)

Hora: 7:00 PM

Para más información, favor de hablar a la

Librería San José al 310.952.1965.

RETIRO MANDATORIO

Se les recuerda a los papás de Catecismo y Confirmación

que nuestro Segundo Retiro Mandatorio impartido

por Jesse Romero: será el sábado, 14 de

Enero del 2012 en la Iglesia a las 8:00 am

PLÁTICAS PRE-MATRIMONIALES

Los novios que planean contraer matrimonio o parejas que

viven juntos y desean corregir su anómala situación, pueden

venir gratuitamente a la Sesión de Información

Lunes 13 de Febrero a las 7:00 PM

en la Iglesia San Pedro y San Pablo

Acudan las parejas a la hora citada. Allí les explicaran los requisitos

del curso y todo el proceso para casarse por la Iglesia

Católica. No Necesitan casarse antes por lo civil, solo sigan el

trámite por la Iglesia y así se ahorraran bastante tiempo y dinero.

Para preguntas pueden llamar al señor Jesús Becerra, coordinador

del programa, al (310) 748-2842.

CABALLEROS DE COLÓN

El Coliseo de Los Angeles será el anfitrión de una gran

“Celebración Guadalupana” el 5 de Agosto, 2012 anunció la Arquidiócesis

de Los Angeles y los Caballeros de Colón. El evento

contará con oración, música y predicadores en honor a Nuestra

Señora de Guadalupe, Patrona de las Américas. Por favor marquen

sus calendarios. Para más información, póngase en contacto

con el honorable Caballero Mayor, Paul Hernandez

al 310.830.3091.

NOVENA DE CASA EN CASA

La Asociación del Santo Niño de la parroquia San Pedro y San

Pablo está llevando a cabo el rezo de novenas de casa en casa

con la bendita estatuilla del Santo Niño. Las familias interesadas

en recibir la visita de esta imagen del Niño Jesús (Santo

Niño) pueden llamar a la Srta. Cristina Magdaleno:

310.834.6341 u Oficina Parroquial: 310.834-5215.

SACRAMENTOS PARA ADULTOS

Hombres y mujeres de 18 años de edad en adelante que quieran

prepararse para recibir su Primera Comunión y/o Confirmación,

vengan al curso el Miércoles 18 de Enero 2012 a las 7:00 PM

en la Iglesia San Pedro y San Pablo. Todos son bienvenidos

para prepararse y recibir estos sacramentos. El curso es breve

porque es intensivo y muy participado. Avisen e inviten a sus

amigos y familiares. Recuérdenles que para casarse por la Iglesia

necesitaran estar confirmados, así que, novios muy enamorados:

mejor comiencen a tiempo esta preparación. ¡Vengan ya!

No necesitan registrarse antes en ningún lado, solo vengan y ya.

¿Tienen preguntas? Llamen con toda confianza al señor Jesús

Becerra, coordinador del curso, al 310.748.2842.

REGÍSTRENSE EN LA PARROQUIA

Hacemos un llamado a los feligreses para que se registren ya

como miembros de la parroquia San Pedro y San Pablo: es muy

fácil y ustedes obtendrán muchas ventajas. Como católicos de

todas maneras están viniendo a misa los domingos.

Al estar registrados, se les proporcionarán sus sobres dominicales

numerados para que pongan su limosna. Las familias

que están registradas son las que pueden verificar que están

activas en su religión, y se les podrán dar cartas de constancia

para trámites oficiales diversos.

Pueden pasar hoy a la oficina parroquial para que se registren

y reciban sus primeros sobres. Muchas gracias.

Santo Niño, Príncipe de Paz

Dios se ha manifestado. Lo ha hecho

como niño. Precisamente así se contrapone

a toda violencia y lleva un mensaje

que es paz. En este momento en que el

mundo está constantemente amenazado

por la violencia en muchos lugares y de

diversas maneras; en el que siempre hay

de nuevo varas del opresor y túnicas ensangrentadas,

clamemos al Señor: Tú, el

Dios poderoso, has venido como niño y te has mostrado a

nosotros como el que nos ama y a través del amor vencerás.

Y nos has hecho comprender que, junto a ti, debemos ser

constructores de paz. ~ Homilía del Santo Padre Benedicto XVI

para la Solemnidad de la Natividad del Señor 2011

SANTA MISA EN HONOR AL SANTO NIÑO

Sábado, 21 de Enero del 2012

10:00 de la mañana

Obispo Edward Wm. Clark, celebrante y homilista

Obispo Auxiliar de Nuestra Señora de los Angeles

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