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Valle del Rio Grande.
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La despensa de comida para los más necesitados está casi vacía, Les pedimos que si tienen algún alimento no perecedero que donar lo traigan cuando vengan a Misa o lo pueden llevar a la oficina.
Este miércoles 1ro de Marzo es Miercoles de Ceniza y empieza la Cuaresma. Habra Misa a las 8:00am, 6:00pm y 8:00pm.
Es un día de AYUNO (se puede consumir sólo una comida completa al día. Se permiten dos pequeñas comidas, “lo suficiente para mantener las fuerzas,” pero juntas no deben equivaler a otra comida completa.)
y ABSTINENCIA de comer carne de animales de sangre caliente.
La abstinencia también se debe guardar todos los viernes de Cuaresma.
Los Viernes de Cuaresma los invitamos a venir a rezar y meditar elVía Crucis a las 7:30pm y después se dará la bendición con el Santísimo Sacramento.
El lunes habrá una junta para todos los líderes de comunidades de base, la junta será a las 7:00pm en el salón parroquial.
Las ventas de comida afuera de la iglesia son a beneficio del fondo de Construcción de la Iglesia Nueva, los invitamos a contribuir a la construcción y disfrutando una rica comida.
Fr Mario A. Avilés, C.O. is a member of the Congregation of the Oratory since 1986.
His studies to the priesthood took him initially to Mexico City, México and then to Rome, Italy where he received his Bachelors degree in Philosophy and Sacred Theology at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. In addition he holds a Master's degree in Education Administration and Supervision by the University of Phoenix and is a Certified Teacher in the State of Texas.
Upon his ordination to the priesthood in 1998 he joined the Pharr Oratory school's Governance Board and since then has served as Teacher, Prefect of Discipline, Director and Rector for the School System. In the year 1999 the Newman Institute of the Oratory in Reynosa, México was founded and Fr Mario has served as the Administrative Director and Legal Representative of the school since then. From the spring of 2005 to December 2012 he served as the Director of the Oratory Academy and The Oratory Athenaeum and at present he is the Rector of the School System.
Father Mario serves our community as Pastor in our parish since the fall of 2002 and is the representative for the religious priests in the Diocese of Brownsville's Pastoral Council. In the year 2000 Fr Mario was elected and served for 12 years as member of the Permanent Deputation of the Confederation of the Oratory representing the Oratorian Congregations in Latin America.
On September 6th, 2012 Fr. Mario A. Avilés, C.O., was elected President of the General Congress of the Confederation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri held in Rome, Italy.
On September 10th elections were held to select new officers. Fr. Mario was elected as the new Procurator General of the Confederation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. Fr. Mario will lead 86 Oratories and more than 550 Oratorian priests and brothers around the world for a six-year term.
Very Rev. Mario A. Aviles, C.O. being introduced to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI as the new Procurator General of the Confederation of the Oratory at the Holy Father’s General Audience at the Vatican on Sept. 12
We give thanks to All-mighty God for this blessing for our Oratorian Family!
Congratulations Mrs. Elisa Garza!
Something interesting to know:
Vestments signify the role that a leader has in the Eucharist. “In the Church, which is the Body of Christ, not all members have the same office. This variety of offices in the celebration of the Eucharist is shown outwardly by the diversity of sacred vestments, which should therefore be a sign of the office proper to each minister. At the same time, however, the sacred vestments should also contribute to the beauty of the sacred action itself.”
Most Catholics would readily recognize the alb, stole, and chasuble of the priest at Mass. Concelebrating priests and deacons also have appropriate vestments to signify their particular role in the Mass.
Random Act of Kindness:
Smile more often
Words of a saint:
The Most Blessed Sacrament is Christ made visible. The poor sick person is Christ again made visible.
-Saint Gerard Majella
Let us pray for: That the Christian community, made one by our common baptism, may always welcome the unborn, the stranger, and all who are vulnerable, we pray to the Lord…
Scripture Verse of the month: Romans 8:38-39: “For I am sure that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
LORD, through the Holy Spirit Mary brought forth the Baby Jesus.
We bring forth your creation of human life that we may live in Your image. Protect the innocent babies so mercilessly being murdered by abortion. Give us courage to oppose those who peddle death for profit and convenience. In Your Name. Amen
O God our Creator,
from your provident hand we have received
our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
You have called us as your people and given us
the right and the duty to worship you, the only true God,
and your Son, Jesus Christ.
Through the power and working of your Holy Spirit,
you call us to live out our faith in the midst of the world,
bringing the light and the saving truth of the Gospel
to every corner of society.
We ask you to bless us
in our vigilance for the gift of religious liberty.
Give us the strength of mind and heart
to readily defend our freedoms when they are threatened;
give us courage in making our voices heard
on behalf of the rights of your Church
and the freedom of conscience of all people of faith.
Grant, we pray, O heavenly Father,
a clear and united voice to all your sons and daughters
gathered in your Church
in this decisive hour in the history of our nation,
so that, with every trial withstood
and every danger overcome—
for the sake of our children, our grandchildren,
and all who come after us—
this great land will always be "one nation, under God,
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
We ask this through Christ our Lord.