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    St. Barbara Catholic Church

    November 7 – November 13, 2015

    Saturday 8:00 AM All Souls † RIP 4:00 PM Anton Vu Quang Ninh † RIP 5:30 PM Gladis de Rivadeneira † RIP 7:00 PM Maria Nguyen Thi Hao † RIP 8:30 PM All Souls † RIP

    Sunday 6:30 AM Giuse Doan V. Cuong † RIP 8:00 AM Ignacio HuuDangNguyen† RIP 9:30 AM Anh Thy Giusti SI

    11:00 AM Maria Pham Thi Roan† RIP 12:45 PM Alfonso Chavez † RIP

    4:00 PM Anna † RIP 5:30 PM MariaMagarita Do T Lan† RIP 7:00 PM Emanuel Delgado † RIP

    Monday 6:30 AM All Souls† RIP 8:15 AM Ignacio HuuDangNguyen† RIP

    Tuesday 8:15 AM Ignacio HuuDangNguyen† RIP 5:30 PM All Souls† RIP 7:00 PM Aurora&Alfonso Tamayo † RIP

    Wednesday 6:30 AM Maria Thuyet † RIP

    8:15 AM Ignacio HuuDangNguyen† RIP Thursday

    6:30 AM GioanBaotixitaDinhQuang†RIP 8:15 AM Giuse & Maria† RIP

    Friday 8:15 AM Stephano Quy Nguyen† RIP 5:30 PM Maria & Gioan Baotixita† RIP 7:00 PM Francisco & Mary Lara SI

    Today’s Reading TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — The widow of Zarephath had only a handful of flour and a little oil, but made a little cake for Elijah (1 Kings 17:10-16). Psalm — Praise the Lord, my soul! (Psalm 146). Second Reading — Christ will appear a second time to bring salvation to those who eagerly await him (Hebrews 9:24-28). Gospel — Beware of those who like to go around in long robes and ac- cept greetings in the marketplaces and places of honor at banquets (Mark 12:38-44 [41-44]). READINGS FOR THE WEEK

    Monday: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9; 1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16- 17; Jn 2:13-22 Tuesday: Wis 2:23 — 3:9; Ps 34:2-3, 16-19; Lk 17:7-10 Wednesday: Wis 6:1-11; Ps 82:3-4, 6-7; Lk 17:11-19 Thursday: Wis 7:22b — 8:1; Ps 119:89-91, 130, 135, 175; Lk 17:20-25 Friday: Wis 13:1-9; Ps 19:2-5ab; Lk 17:26-37 Saturday: Wis 18:14-16; 19:6-9; Ps 105:2-3, 36-37, 42-43; Lk 18:1-8 Sunday: Dn 12:1-3; Ps 16:5, 8-11; Heb 10:11-14, 18; Mk 13:24-32


    Sunday: Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time Monday: The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica Tuesday: St. Leo the Great Wednesday: St. Martin of Tours; Veterans Day Thursday: St. Josaphat Friday: St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary; First Saturday


    Your donations for the week of October 31– November 1, 2015

    $28, 960 .00 Your weekly support have been used to sustain the ministries and ongoing operating needs of our parish.

    Mass of Thanksgiving Thursday, November 26th

    at 6:30am & 9:30 am No afternoon Mass

    All parishioners are invited to our annual trilingual Thanks- giving Masses. This year the Thanksgiving Masses will be at

    6:30am and 9:30am in the Church. Come and let us give thanks to God for all the blessings He has bestowed on us

    throughout the year.

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    Tom Williams, Travis Johnson Huis- mans, Pamela Hall, Timothy Padilla, Ivan Torres, Jean Fermoile, Norma Faura, Le Van Loc, Rosita Chargu- alaf, Richard Zamora.

    Lord Jesus Christ, Redeemer of the world, you have shouldered the burden of our weakness and borne our sufferings in your own passion and death. Hear this prayer for our sick brothers and sister whom you have redeemed. Strengthen their hope of salva- tion and sustain them in body and soul, for you live and reign for ever and ever. Amen.

    God, our shelter and our strength, you listen in love to the cry of your people: hear the prayers we offer for our departed brothers and sisters. Cleanse them of their sins and grant them the full- ness of redemption. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.

    Carmen Morrisette, Ross G. Moores, Bulmaro Artieaga, Anton Hung Vu, Maria Hang Thi Chu, Dominico Mieng Dinh, Maria Mien Trinh, Giuse Chris Bui, Jean H. Fermoile, Maria Nghiem Thi Sen, Duc Thang Tran, Dzung-Anh Nguyen.

    TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION In 1974, a revised ritual of penance was given to the Church, and at forty years distance, we still are dis- covering its treasures and tentative about some of its provisions. The rite reaches deep into our tradition for an early insight: when we turn to God, we are re- stored to life in the Church. There are three different forms of penance. The familiar individual confession is preserved, but with tremendous enrichment. It is less rushed, anchored by a reading from scripture, and the confession of sins is seen as an opportunity to proclaim faith in God’s power to save. In a sense, what is “confessed” is the penitent’s faith in God’s gift of forgiveness. The priest suggests a penance that may be directly con- nected to the virtue that the person seeks as a means of overcoming the fault. There are formulas for contrition suggested, but the penitent might even express sorrow for sin and desire for mercy in his or her own words. The prayer of absolution grounds the event in the life and ministry of the Church. Harking back to the joyful dance of bishops leading penitents into the church, the rite now ends with a prayer of thanksgiv- ing for God’s mercy, and may in- clude the gesture of laying on of hands. Af- ter forty years, we struggle to claim this rite forged of memory, tra- dition, and grace. Histo- ry tells us to be patient; we do not always rec- ognize a treasure at first.

    —Rev. James Field

    GIVING ALL Trusting widows play a significant role in this weekend’s readings. At the point of poverty, when giving even the smallest amount of what they had could imperil their health and well-being, they trusted God and gave anyway. What is important about their giving is not what or how much they gave, but how they gave it. Without selfishness, they gave to help others. Their giving was from the heart, with little hope or intention of receiving any sort of reward or recognition for their generosity. The monetary values of the widows’ gifts were small, but their value meas- ured in the Kingdom was priceless. There is a significant similarity between their gift and the gift Jesus gave each of us. The widows of- fered their lives for God. Jesus offered his life for us.

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    Thánh Lễ Đầu Năm của Chương Trình Giáo Lý Song Ngữ 2015-2016


    Urge OC Supervisors to Approve Kraemer Multi- Service Center for the Homeless Send a message today: County Su- pervisors are preparing to vote on the 1000 N. Kraemer location in Anaheim for the placement of a Multi-Service Center that will provide not only emergency beds but also coordinated assessment and a continuum of care for per- sons struggling with homelessness. An estimated 15,291 persons became homeless over a 12 month period this past year. Families with children represent 31% of this population. Veterans represent 12% of population in Or- ange County. In Washington D.C., Pope Francis bluntly stated: “We can find no social or moral justification what- soever, for lack of housing.” To participate in prayer and advocacy in SUPPORT of the center at the hearing, morn- ing of November 17th, please contact the Office of Life, Justice and Peace, (714) 282-3105,

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    COÄNG ÑOAØN THAÙNH GIUSE Chúa Nhật 32 Thường Niên Năm B

    Bỏ Vào Tất Cả (Mc 12,38-44) 

    "Bà goá này đã bỏ nhiều tiền hơn người khác, vì mọi người lấy từ cái dư thừa mà bỏ vào, còn bà, bà lấy từ cái túng thiếu của mình mà bỏ vào tất cả những gì bà có, tất cả của nuôi thân."

     Suy Niệm "Bà goá này đã bỏ nhiều tiền hơn người khác,

    vì mọi người lấy từ cái dư thừa mà bỏ vào, còn bà, bà lấy từ cái túng thiếu của mình mà bỏ vào tất cả những gì bà có, tất cả của nuôi thân."  Gợi Ý Chia Sẻ Có khi nào bạn đánh giá sai người khác không? Có

    khi nào bạn bị lừa vì cái bề ngoài của người khác không?

    Mỗi người đều ít nhiều có tính giả hình. Làm sao có thể sống thành thật với chính mình, với tha nhân và với Thiên Chúa?  Cầu Nguyện Lạy Chúa Giêsu, khi đến với nhau, chúng con

    thường mang những mặt nạ. Chúng con sợ người khác thấy sự thật về mình. Chúng con cố giữ uy tín cho bộ mặt dù đó chỉ là chiếc mặt nạ giả dối.

    Khi đến


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