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Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 4, 2015
ARCHBISHOP: Most Rev. J. Michael Miller, CSB RECTOR: Very Rev. Stanley Galvon ASSISTANT PRIESTS: Rev. Federico Buttner • Rev. Anicet Pinto • Rev. Dennis Flores • Rev. Pablo Santa Maria
IN RESIDENCE: Rev. John Eason (Seaports Chaplain) • Rev. Terry Larkin
646 Richards Street, Vancouver BC V6B 3A3 Tel.: 604-682-6774 / Fax: 604-331-8406 / Email: [email protected] / Web: www.holyrosarycathedral.org
MASS SCHEDULE
Sunday Masses Saturday 5:10 pm anticipated Mass Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am,
12:30pm, 5:00pm, 6:30pm in Spanish; 8:00pm
Weekday Masses Monday to Friday 7:15am, 8:00am,
12:10pm, 5:10pm
4:45pm Saturday 7:45am, 11:45am, 4:00 to 5:00pm
DEVOTIONS & ADORATION
Rosary Monday to Saturday 11:40am, 4:40pm
Chaplet of the Divine Mercy Fridays 3:00pm
Prayers to God the Father Tuesdays at 4:00pm
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament First Friday 12:45pm to 5:00pm
CONTACT INFORMATION
Cathedral Parish Office Office Email [email protected] Office Address 646 Richards Street,
Vancouver BC V6B 3A3
Parish Secretary Angela Burghard Email [email protected] Office Phone 604-682-6774, ext. 5 Fax 604-331-8406
Pastoral Associate Bertilla Watanabe Email [email protected]
READINGS - 27th SUNDAY in ORDINARY TIME
-First Reading: Genesis 2.7, 15-24 The two become one flesh.
-Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 128 R. May the Lord bless us all the days of our lives.
-Second Reading: Hebrews 2.9-11 For the one who sanctifies and those
who are sanctified all have one Father.
-Gospel: Mark 10.2-16 W hat God has joined together, let no man separate.
WEEKDAY READINGS - ORDINARY TIME
Monday October 5 # Weekday Jon 1.1-2.2, 11 / Lk 10.25-37 Tuesday October 6 # Weekday Jon 3.1-10 / Lk 10.38-42 Wednesday October 7 # Our Lady of the Rosary Jon 4.1-11 / Lk 11.1-4 Thursday October 8 # Weekday Mal 3.13-20 / Lk 11.5-13 Friday October 9 # Weekday Jl 1.13-15; 2.1-2 / Lk 11.15-26 Saturday October 10 # Weekday Jl 4.12-21 / Lk 11.27-28 Sunday October 11 # Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Wis 7.7-11 / Heb 4.12-13 / Mk 10.17-30
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DEAR PARISHIONERS and VISITORS:
Early October is a very special time for our Holy Rosary Cathedral Parish. In the church calendar October 3 is the anniversary of dedication of Holy Rosary Cathedral. It was dedicated on this date in 1953 and this date observed as a solemnity in the Masses here. The dedication of a Church usually occurs when the mortgage is paid off.
Construction on the present cathedral started in 1899. Sacrificial giving by generations of parishioners as well as the generosity of the Oblate fathers finally paid down this mortgage in 1953.
We have their fine example to motivate us to continue to keep up the maintenance needs of the Cathedral and to make improvements so that future generations will be blessed to use this fine building.
Project Advance helps us to work together effectively as a cathedral parish to raise money for capital projects. We hope to raise $120,000 this year for Project Advance: $60,000 for the Archdiocese assessment from the Cathedral and $60,000 for our use at the Cathedral. Our capital projects at the Cathedral include a stair lift in the hall for wheel chairs, improvements to the church sound system and funds for planning seismic improvements.
Presently we have collected $77,595 . Thank you to all those who given to Project Advance this year. We ask everyone to prayerfully consider a sacrificial gift to the 2015 Project Advance appeal. Please see the Project Advance display in the Church entrance for more information or call the parish office.
The other special celebration for our Holy Rosary Cathedral parish is October 7. This is the memorial of our Lady of the Rosary. She is the principal patroness of our Archdiocese. Please keep the needs of the Archdiocese and Holy Rosary Cathedral in mind as you pray the Rosary. Fr. Galvon
PARISH NEWS & EVENTS
-PANCAKE BREAKFAST TODAY: take time to meet with visitors and fellow parishioners at Holy Rosary Hall, 650 Richards Street and enjoy BREAKFAST between 9am and 1pm, prepared and served by the Holy Rosary Cathedral Knights of Columbus. By Donation.
-BAPTISM PREPARATION
for parents who have a child to present for Baptism or who are
expecting a child in the next few months, and for Godparents,
consisting of two sessions.
10:00 to 11:00am at Holy Rosary Hall
Session 2: Parents arrange for an interview with Fr.
Pablo after having attended the Saturday session.
Please call or email the parish office to register.
Prayer to Our Lady of the Rosary
Most holy Virgin,
Inspire my heart with a sincere love for this
devotion, so that by meditating on the
Mysteries of our Redemption
that are recalled in it, I may gather the fruits
and obtain the special graces I ask of you,
for the greater glory of God, for your honor,
and for the good of my soul.
O Virgin Mary,
may be for me each day, amid my many duties,
a bond of unity in my actions,
a tribute to filial piety, a delightful refreshment,
and an encouragement to walk joyfully
along the path of my life.
Let the mysteries of your Rosary
form in me little by little
a luminous atmosphere,
my heart and memory,
so that I shall acquire the habit
of praying while I work. Amen.
Refugee Emergency Special Collection
collection for this weekend October 3 & 4 for the
Syrian refugees. He asks the faithful to respond with
financial support, volunteer action, and prayer.
Funds raised will be matched by the federal
government and distributed among three Catholic
agencies with operating programs assisting Syrian
refugees in their countries of asylum. They are:
·Can. Catholic Organization for Development & Peace
·Catholic Near East W elfare Association
·Aid to the Church in Need Canada
Please use the Development & Peace Envelopes
found at the church entrance. You can also donate
directly to one of agencies listed or online at
www.rcav.org/prayer-and-humanitarian-appeals.
hands. Thank you for your help and God bless you.
•Tuesday Bible Sharing 10:30 to 11:30am.
(Please note, there will be no Bible Sharing Class Tues.
October 13 and 20)
For more info please call Shirley 604-879-8295.
-CHORISTERS NEEDED!
Can you read music? Do you have some experience
singing in a choir? W ould you like to sing master-pieces
of sacred music (Gregorian Chant, Palestrina, Victoria,
Byrd, Mozart, Gounod, W illan, etc.)?
The Cathedral Choir sings on Sundays at the 11am Mass
and we are looking for more singers (SATB), especially
men. W e are a friendly and welcoming group who also
strives for excellence.
[email protected] or 604-322-5995, or speak with
Denis after the 11am Mass.
Handmaids of the Lord, a group associated with
Couples for Christ, invites you to share the joy and love of
Christ through a series of talks and fellowship through a
Christian Life Program. It will start on Sunday, Oct. 11,
from 2 - 4pm at the Holy Rosary Upper Hall (music room).
Open to all women searching to know the meaning of
loving God. For more information please contact Grace at
[email protected]
If you are a registered parishioner at Holy Rosary and
have a sincere devotion to the Holy Eucharist, this may be
the m inistry for you. Pick up an application forms at the
church entrance or the parish office and drop off
completed forms at the parish office. For more information
contact Shirley at 604-879-8295.
Ulloa Ramirez, Antonie Gabriel, Donna Hossack, Emilsen
Calderon, W endy Vazquez, Ruth Leon Solana, Maria
Rosa Lopez, Julio Esponda Solana, Yvette Simon, Melvyn
Thomas Lee, Julie Sanderson, and all who are ill,
recovering from surgery, and those whose names we may
not know, and are in need of our prayers.
WHAT’S ON AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE
4th Annual Archbishop’s Dinner
Thursday Oct. 29 at the Hyatt Regency
Proceeds of this dinner will benefit the formation
of future priests in the Archdiocese of Vancouver.
For available tickets please call 604-683-0281 or go to
www.rcav.org/dinner2015
Finding God in All Things Retreat: Finding God in Our
Daily Life and in Our Life Histories
The day includes quiet time for prayer, reflection and faith
sharing. Retreat Director is Ms. Kelly from St. Mark’s
Parish. Saturday, Oct. 31, 9am to 5pm at Rosemary
Heights Retreat Centre, Surrey. Cost: $50 (includes lunch
and snacks). Register by phone (604) 576-8802 or online
at www.rosemaryheights.com/events
Are you interested in deepening your relationship with self
and others? W ould you like to learn how to enhance your
self-esteem, deal with daily stressors, practice coping
skills, and generally improve the quality of your emotional
life? Then join us! DAS-OLGCS invites you to our 8-week
series starting October 7, 10:00 – 11:30am at our office,
#201 – 14045 104th Ave, Surrey. To register please call
Agnes at 604-585-6688 or email: [email protected]
LITTLE FLOWER ACADEMY (1625 Nanton Ave.)
welcomes prospective 2016 -2017 candidates and their
families to an OPEN HOUSE Wed., Oct. 14, 6:00–8:00
pm. Doors open 5:30. Entrance exam applications for
Grade 8 will be available. For more information visit our
website (www.lfabc.org) or contact Kathi W ilson, Registrar
at [email protected] or 604-738-9016 ext. 114.
Solemn Inauguration Ceremony of Little Flower
Monastery at Carmel Hill, 10789 North Deroche Rd, in the
Fraser Valley, October 15, starting 11am. Archbishop
Miller will be concelebrating with Fr. Serrao, OCD, Bishop
Frederick Henry, Bishop David Monroe & Fr. R. D'Souza.
Monastic Life Workshop for Women interested in the
consecrated life. From 7pm Friday Oct. 16 to 2pm Sunday
Oct. 18 at W estminster Abbey, Mission. For information
please call 604-826-8975.
through difficult times in their marriages. Rediscover each
other and examine your lives together in a new and
positive way. For confidential information or to register for
the program in the Lower Mainland, Oct. 16-18, call 604-
530-6710, em ail [email protected] / www.HelpOurMarriageBC.com
Annual White Mass for all Healthcare Providers
celebrated by Archbishop Miller at St. Augustine Parish on
Friday, Oct. 30, 7:00pm. Join us to pray for the protection
of conscience. “Freedom consists not in doing what we
like, but in having the right to do what we ought.” Saint
John Paul II. www.vancouvercatholicphysiciansguild.com
Silent Live-In Retreat for women interested in discerning a call to Religious Life, 7:00pm Friday, Nov. 6 to 3:00pm Sunday, Nov. 8. Sister Denice , 604-985-4872, [email protected]
¡Bienvenidos feligreses de habla hispana
y visitantes a la Catedral del Santo Rosario!
Servicios _ CONFESIONES en Español con el Padre Federico Buttner. Mier, Jue y Vier 11:45am y 4:45 pm. Sábado - 11:45 am y de 4 a 5 pm. ¡Pregunta por él! _ ROSARIO EN ESPAÑOL: Domingos 6:05 pm _ EXPOSICION DEL SANTISIMO Primer sábado de cada mes, 6:30pm. ¡Jesús resucitado te espera! _ Participa como voluntario de la tienda de artículos religiosos de la Catedral. _Escríbenos a nuestro email: [email protected] www.facebook.com/comunidadhispanahrc
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Se acercan los fariseos para formular a Jesús una pregunta
con dos claras intenciones, tanto para conocer su opinión
sobre un tema controvertido, como para ponerlo a prueba;
" , ¿ Le es lícito a un hombre divorciarse de su esposa ? "
La Ley visualizaba que sólo el hombre podía repudiar a la
mujer. El que contaba era el marido. La mujer estaba sólo
a merced de lo que el esposo quisiera.
Jesús recurre a dos textos de Génesis para situar en su
respuesta el plan de Dios para la pareja humana; " Él los
hizo varón y hembra " (Gén 2,24); " Por eso dejará el
hombre a su padre y a su madre, y los dos se harán una
sola carne " (Gén 2,24).
La Palabra en tu vida
El mejor medio para la estabilidad de la pareja y de la
familia es consolidar el proyecto matrimonial cada día,
creciendo más y más en el amor y en la madurez personal.
Recordemos que el amor no actúa con bajeza, ni busca su
propio interés. (1 Corintios 13, 5).
Génesis
Es un grupo de laicos comprometidos que ofrece facilitar el
conocimiento de las Sagradas Escrituras a quienes desean
conocer mejor la Palabra de Dios. Nos reunimos los 2dos.
y 4tos Sábados del mes. Se ha dado que de ahí salen
miembros para otros ministerios. ¡ Conócenos y participa,
sabemos que te agradará !
ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITY!!
THANK YOU to our current advertisers and all of our parishioners and visitors who frequent their businesses. If you or your company are interested in placing an ad on the back of the Holy Rosary Cathedral Bulletin please contact Max Madrussan for information at 778-899-6388 or email
[email protected]
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Organ Prelude: Chorale
Praised Be Thou, O Jesus Christ (2 versions) - J. S. BACH
Kyrie, Sanctus, Agnus Dei:
Missa Quinta - V. E. HORAK
Offertory: Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Choir) - J. S. BACH
Communion:
1. Adagio from Sonata IV (Organ) - C. P. E. BACH
2. Ave Verum (Choir) - W. A. MOZART
Organ Postlude: Prelude in C - J. S. BACH
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Anima Mea - M. DE RIVAFLECHA
Benedic Anima Mea - C. DE SERMISY
Organ music by E. GIGOUT, J. LANGLAIS & L. BOËLLMANN
Public Rosary Rally - All Welcome!
Saturday October 10, 12 noon in
front of the Vancouver Art Gallery
(South Plaza along Robson Street).
The intentions include to make
reparation for the sins committed
against the Sacred Heart of Jesus
and the Immaculate Heart of Mary,
and for all souls who have no one to pray for them.
Approved by the Art Gallery & City of Vancouver.
Climate of Change: Symposium on Laudato Si
Join Mayor Greg Robertson and Archbishop J. Michael
Miller on W ednesday Oct. 21 from 6:30 to 9pm at the John
Paul II Pastoral Centre, 4885 Saint John Paul II W ay, for a
dialogue on Laudato Si. They will be joined by
representatives of First Nations, Environmental Groups,
Charitable Organizations and Faith Communities to explore
how Laudato Si might help give new energy to cooperation
between governments, faith communities, environmental
interests, businesses and individuals in caring for our
common home and each other. Registration is required.
More information at www.rcav.org/laudato-si-symposium .
PARISH LIFE
Baptisms Sundays at 2:00pm. Preparation classes are held on the second
Saturday of each month. Please contact the parish office to find out more. Marriages
Appointments should be made at least six months in advance. Couples please contact the Parish Office for information. Altar Servers
The Cathedral has a team of dedicated servers who are scheduled to help at specific Masses. Help is needed at weekday Masses too. Contact: Bertilla Watanabe 604-682-6774 ext. 6 Cathedral Bell Ringers
A skilled and dedicated team of bell ringers rings our eight bells by hand. New ringers, experienced or not, are welcome always. Practices are held on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm. Visit www.vscr.ca Email: [email protected] Cathedral Gift Shop:
The Gift Shop aims to be open before & after the noon & evening weekday Masses, as well as Sunday morning & evening Masses, and is staffed by a crew of dedicated ladies. Thank you for your support. Catholic Women’s League The CWL is rooted in gospel values and calls its members to holiness through service. They organize and support a wide range of spiritual and social events. They meet in Rosary Hall on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. Contact: Jane Rosenthal Email: [email protected] Church Care & Cleaning
The sanctuary is given a thorough cleaning every Tuesday morning, 9 - 11am, and on the last Saturday of each month. More hands are always welcome. Contact the parish office at [email protected] Choirs
Three choirs offer a variety of music repertoires to enrich our prayer and worship experience. If you would like share your talents, find out which of our choirs is right for you. Contact: Catherine Walsh 604-222-8072 Development & Peace
D & P is the official international development organization of Catholic Church in Canada. It helps the world's poor and disadvantaged by advocating policy change in government and corporations and by donating time and money to support development efforts. Contact Bertilla Watanabe: Email: [email protected] Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
If you are a regular at the parish and live by the principles of a faith- filled Catholic, this ministry may be your calling. Lay members help with the distribution of the Eucharist when additional help is required. Contact: Shirley Wang 604-879-8295 Handmaids of the Lord
This is an all-women ministry of the Couples for Christ. It aims to provide Christian pastoral support for personal renewal. By sharing in the gifts of the Holy Spirit, the members grow as witnesses to the faith through continuing conversion, service and evangelization work. Contact: Grace Inonog, Email: [email protected]
Hispanic Community The weekly Spanish Mass now caters to the Spanish-speaking
community in our parish. The Genesis Group reaches out to young adults within this community. If you would like to serve as an usher, lector or in any other way please let us know. [email protected] www.facebook.com/comunidadhispanahrc
50+ and Seniors If you are 50 and older, join this group for a range of activities - Bible
Sharing on Tuesdays 10:30 -11:30am, Gentle Chair Yoga on Thursdays 10:30-11:30am as well as short excursions and lunch gatherings. Contact Shirley Wang at 604-879-8295.
Karol Wojtyla Club The KWC is the Cathedral’s young adult group. We provide a
welcoming, comforting community in which to cultivate our faith through prayer, education, charity, and fellowship in Christ. Join us Sunday at 1:45 pm in Rosary Hall. www.holyrosarycathedral.org/karol-wojtyla-club.
STEWARDSHIP IN OUR PARISH
MELENDREZ
45 years
Motto: “I love the Lord and I want to
be the instrument of His love.”
Thanks, Melendrez, for your joyful
service and artistry
A STEWARDSHIP REFLECTION
formed every beast of the field and
every bird of the air, and brought them to the man to see what
he would call them; and whatever the man called every living
creature, that was its name.” (Gen 2:19) The creation story
reminds us of two important points. First, since the start, God
has put the entire world into our care. Second, stewardship
has been around since the beginning of mankind, it isn’t
something recently invented by the Church. Just as past
generations built our Church, it is now our responsibility to
continue to nurture and develop these gifts for future
generations. http://www.archstl.org/stewardship/page/bulletin-inserts
PARISH LIFE continued.....
Knights of Columbus The K of C a fraternal benefit society founded on the principles of charity,
unity and fraternity. Fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational and charitable and social welfare works. Contact: Grand Knight Sean Fox, 604-608-1326 Email: [email protected] or Deputy Grand Knight James Faulkner [email protected] Legion of Mary
The men & women of the Legion are a well-established organization in the parish. They serve in all areas of parish life as greeters, ushers and prayer leaders. They also make house visits to visit the sick, pray the rosary and evangelize. A number of praesidia meet during the week in the Parish hall. Contact: Rufina Armandiz, 604-325-9921 or the Parish Office. Lectors
The sacramental celebration of the Word of God is a proclamation which must enlighten the minds of the listeners and inspire them in the journey towards God. New lectors welcome. Attendance at a Lector’s Workshop is compulsory. Contact: David Cuan, [email protected] Project Advance
Project Advance is an annual diocesan appeal beginning in Spring. If you can help at the launch and follow-up, it would certainly be appreciated. Contact: Bertilla Watanabe Email: [email protected] RCIA
(Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) Classes are held on Tuesday evenings from Sept. to May, 7:00 - 9:00 pm at Holy Rosary Hall, 650 Richards St. Call the office for info and registration. Ushers & Greeters
Help is needed to distribute bulletins, take up the collection, welcome all who come to Mass and generally be ready…