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EnglishSpanish Sunday: English Rosary and Novena every Wednesday at 6 p. First Fridays, after 8: Mass until 8 a. Vigilia del Domingo Domingo: Lunes, Martes, Miercoles, y Viernes Confesiones: Adoracion del Santisimo Sacramento: Mensajeros de Cristo Choir: Cenacle meals for the hungry: Jovenes para Cristo, ministerio: Jovenes para Cristo, equipo: Faith Formation support group: Singers for Jesus and Mary: Iglesia, Salon 1, 3.

Novena for San Bartolome: Novena to San Bartolome: Meeting room name changes: In Excelsis Deo Choir: Misa por San Bartolome: Rose of Ez Grace Divino Lima Mt Frank Beigbeder Marir 1: Frank Beigbeder Sunday in William Mendoza Ordinary Eph 5: Time [2a, ]; Jn Alba, Nuccitelli Team 15 6: Justin Martyr Parish website: Balsis, Principal, Faith Formation Office: Vincent de Paul help line: Contact the Parish Office or go to at least six weeks in advance for guidelines and forms.

Arrange marttir a priest or deacon at least six months in advance. Information at and in the Parish Office. Submit articles to the Parish Office or to All are subject to editing and approval. These changes will take effect beginning August In preparation for next year s opening and dedication of our new Christ Cathedral, he has reviewed some practices and wishes to ensure that we as Catholics show proper reverence and awe for the Most Holy Eucharist.

Two changes will be made during all Masses in the Diocese of Orange: They will remain in their pews until the priest is ready to distribute Communion, then they will enter the sanctuary, receive Communion, and be given one of the sacred vessels containing the Body or Blood of Christ. Distribution of Communion will remain the same. To help foster a sense of veneration and gratitude for the gift of the Eucharist, Bishop Vann has asked jusino we make these changes.

These will hopefully help us become more conscious and intentional about our sense of reverence and awe of Jesus Body and Blood. There are occasions when kneeling won t be possible, such as when an individual is prevented by ill health, or for reasons of lack of space, of the large number of people present, or for another reasonable cause.

These martjr are in keeping with the directives that we have been given in the General Instruction to the Roman Missal GIRMwhich is the instruction manual for how we celebrate Mass.

It gives authority to a Diocesan Bishop to establish norms for the benefit and well-being of the faithful for his particular diocese.


This will take effect at St. Justin Church at the Masses on August Are you an adult who would like to become a Catholic? If you wish to journey with us in the ways of Catholic Faith, or to receive the Adult Sacraments Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation please join us.

Psalm — Taste and see the goodness of the Lord Psalm Second Reading — Be filled with the Spirit, giving thanks always and for everything Ephesians 5: Gospel — I am the living bread that came down from heaven John 6: When we celebrate a holiday, we have a meal; when we celebrate a significant event, we have a feast. In today’s first reading, Lady Wisdom is setting a feast, a sign of celebrating the covenant that Israel has with God.

Israel’s central remembrance of its saving Exodus covenant is the Passover meal. So it is natural– and not coincidental–that the Christian celebration of the new covenant sealed by the blood of Christ on the cross happens at a meal, our Eucharist, offered first by Jistino in the context of Passover remembrance. It is easy for us, sometimes, to forget the very long and rich religious and human origins of our eucharistic feasting on the bread and cup that are the Body and Blood of Jesus.

Today, and mwrtir the next few Sundays that we hear the “Bread of Life” discourse from John, let us bring to mind the loving covenant that God makes with us, and be filled with great joy at this marvelous feast that we have come to attend!

Please join the men of St. Please contact Chris Bulone at for further information. We hope you are able to attend to experience the peace intended for you. Second collection today for our parish electric bill Power up the parish! Please help us with this major expense by contributing to our monthly second collections to help cover the costs of our parish electric bill. In the summer ofpopular sentiment against the presence of the Ursuline nuns near Boston reached a boiling point.

An influx of Irish laborers had an impact on the work force in the city, and a deep-seated resentment against Catholics fueled the fire. The nuns supported themselves with a school, and most of the young women students were drawn from patrician Protestant families. Nevertheless, rumors fed by justinl saga of an unhappy junior sister and a later episode of a senior sister fleeing the place increased tensions.

The marfir selectmen were given a tour by the disgruntled sister, who by msrtir had returned, and found all things in good order. That didn’t please the mob, and the mother superior didn’t help matters when she said that the bishop had platoons of Irishmen at hand, twenty thousand strong, to do marauders harm. By August 11, the convent had been invaded, ransacked, and burned to the ground.

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The nuns fled to Maine and Canada. The diocese attempted to recover losses, but the commonwealth offered only ten thousand dollars, which was rejected. Years later, a legislative bill for the state to rebuild the convent and school was roundly defeated. Yet the enterprise of Catholic education had great resilience, and inmore than a hundred years after the riots, the Ursulines returned to Boston to re-establish an academy that endures to the present day.


James Field, Copyright c J. Thank you We were pleased with the recent Blood Drive at St. Justin Martyr Church, and the willingness of the donors to share this life saving gift. The blood collected will go a long way towards replenishing blood supplies and ultimately saving lives. In addition, we very much appreciate your efforts during this crucial time.

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Here is a justini of how the blood drive went: Out of these donors who presented, 10 were first time donors!!! Thank you for your contribution and ongoing support of this important community program. Warmest regards, Valerie Allaeddini, Sr.

Justin are being planned, tentatively in Octoberand January and April of next year. Please watch the bulletin for notices. I am inviting you and all the members of our groups to an important meeting on Thursday, August 23 rd at in the Parish Hall.

After consulting the Parish Pastoral Council, it has been recommended that we begin a monthly weekend of hospitality after the morning Masses.

It will be an opportunity to have a little something to eat and drink. This is not to be a fundraising event, but an opportunity for parishioners to get to know one another better and enjoy each other s company.

It will require all of your support to make it successful. We will need people to be at the doors of the church after the Masses to invite parishioners to come and share a little food over in the Lunch Shelter area. We will need people to prepare food and drinks beforehand. We will need people to serve the food jusitno drinks after each of the Masses. Please mark your calendars to be at this important meeting.

Please respond to the parish office that you will be attending Fr. Justin Martyr by Fr. Casual Light dinner between 7: Vicky Norie Belen We Pray for the Deceased Please pray for these members of our parish family who passed away recently: May their souls and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace.

Tuesday, August 21, Justin Martyr Church August 19, St. Vincent de Paul Society at Msrtir.

Justin Martyr Church in conjunction with the USDA provides food distribution every fourth Saturday monthly for those with low income we will not verify.