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    8:00 AM 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM

    Rebeca Martinez † Nguyen Thi Lac Giuse Dong Van Huong † Giuse Tran Ngoc Kha † All Souls †


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    Peter Dang Phaolo Do Anh Duy † Mendez Family Memers † Ignacio Huu Dang Nguyen † Oracio Oregel † Phaolo Pham Van Tiet † Javier Mendez Sergio Rigoberto Carranco †


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    Gioan Phaolo II Tran Huy Tai † Vincente Nguyen Huu Hai †


    8:15 AM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM

    Nicolas Tran Dinh Kha † Maria Nguyen Ngoc Nga † Alejandro &Amparo Grijalva†


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    Maria Nguyen Thi Na † Phero Ha Nhut Tuyen †


    6:30 AM 8:15 AM

    Maria Phan Thi Tuyet Minh † Phero Vu Thai De †


    8:15 AM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM

    For Parishioners Phero Kieu Cong Tu † Maria Sofia Palacios Corrales†








    June 8, 2019– June 14, 2019

    TODAY’S READINGS .First Reading — Filled with the Holy Spirit, the apostles begin to speak in tongues (Acts 2:1-11). .Psalm — Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth (Psalm 104). .Second Reading — In one Spirit we are baptized into one body (1 Corinthians 12:3b- 7, 12-13) or Romans 8:8-17. .Gospel — Jesus Christ appears to the dis- ciples and sends them on their mission (John 20:19-23) or John 14:15-16, 23b-26.

    _____________________________________ SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES .Sunday: Pentecost Sunday .Monday: Tenth Week in Ordinary Time; Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church .Tuesday: St. Barnabas .Thursday: St. Anthony of Padua .Friday: Flag Day .Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY ! Your donations for the weeks of

    May 25— May 26, 2019: $26,086.00 2nd collection: $13,727.00

    June 01– June 02, 2019: $28,917.00

    Thank you for your continuing support to sustain the ministries and ongoing needs of our parish.


    Spirit of Jesus, poured out in flames of fire upon your

    disciples on the day of Pentecost,

    we pray to you: Set afire the hearts of your faithful

    so that they will announce in all the languages of the world

    the wonders of the salvation of God.

    --From Come, Lord Jesus by Lucien Deiss, CSSP

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    Javier Mendez, Joel Buskirk, Aggie Smith, Robert Smith, Chris Luna, Maria Huynh Thi Thuy, Greg Malagon, Tam- my Dawson, Sandy Chirico, Socorro Medina, Fr. Richard Kennedy

    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 salvation and sustain them in body and soul, for you live and reign for ever and ever. Amen.

    Phero Nguyen Van Chau, Teresa Nguyen Thi Nhi, Joseph Tran Cong Liem, Giacobe Trinh Cong Thanh, Eugene Tran Ba Thanh, Hieroni- mo Le Them, Anna Nguyen Thi He, Anna Nguyen Thi Phuong, Maria Cao Thi Thao, Maria Nguyen Thi Mui, Anthony Ngo Khac Nguyen Huynh

    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 fullness of redemption. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.

    REFLECTION ON THE WORD OF GOD The mystery of the Trinity refers to one God in three persons. We frequently acknowledge Jesus as “the second person of the Trinity,” but referring also to the Spirit as a “person” comes less naturally. In religious art, the Holy Spirit often ap- pears as a dove or, as in today’s reading from the Acts of the Apostles, tongues of fire. Much rarer are images of the Spirit as a “person” in recognizable human form. Today’s readings do not settle the issue of how to picture the Spirit, but they certainly give shape to the Spirit’s active power in the world and in each human heart. In Acts, the Spirit enables people to speak and understand a variety of languages. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians praises the Spirit for all kinds of spiritual gifts, services, and “workings.” Finally, in John’s Gospel, Jesus calls the Spirit our Advocate and our divine teacher. COME, HOLY SPIRIT As the Gospel of John depicts the Last Supper, Jesus leaves the disciples with these words before they rise from the table: “The Advocate, the Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you every- thing and remind you of all that I told you” (John 14:26). Jesus knows that he will be arrested that very night. He knows the kind of death he will suffer the next day, Good Friday. We might think Jesus tells his disciples to watch for the coming of the Holy Spirit because he simply runs out of time to leave them complete instruc- tions about how to build the church. Rather, Jesus tells his disciples to look forward to the Spirit because the ongoing work of teaching and guiding is what the Spirit does best. The Advocate is not a hand-me-down re- placement for the risen Jesus; the Holy Spirit is fully God, with mysterious power to help us grow in holiness. COME TOGETHER Jesus speaks grandly of the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity. He promises that the Spirit will teach “everything.” Everything! Jesus’ words reveal the completeness of God’s plan. God, who could have chosen any method in the world to offer salvation to humanity, insists on acting as a unity of three persons in perfect complementarity. This is a profound and delightful mystery. We praise the one, undivided God, whose very existence is a communion. Contemplating God, we feel the awesome power of community. God prefers exist- ing in relationship, and so must we. We recognize the sacred call to interdependence. This glorious feast of Pentecost invites us to consider all the people we know—and maybe especially the ones we tend to fear, re- ject, ignore, or dread—and ask the Spirit to teach us how to form better relationships with them. Even if we have tried before and failed, we boldly ask again. As Jesus says, the Spirit teaches everything. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    *+*+*+* WORK OF THE SPIRIT: Where the human spirit fails, the Holy Spirit fills. —Anonymous

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    St. Barbara’s Parish News Congratulation Deacon Joseph Anh Nguyen

    for your new assignment at Holy Spirit Church in Fountain Valley.

    We pray and wish you the best at Holy Spirit Church.

    We thank you for all what you have done for Saint Barbara. We miss you and pray for you.

    Priests and Parishioners—Saint Barbara

    Felicitaciones al diácono Joseph Anh Nguyen por su nueva asignación en la Iglesia del Holy Spirit en Fountain Valley.

    Oramos y te deseamos lo mejor en la Iglesia del Espíritu Santo. Te agradecemos todo lo que has hecho por Santa Bárbara.

    Te extrañamos y rezamos por ti. Sacerdotes y Paroquinos - Saint Barbara

    Xin chúc mừng Thầy Phó Tế Nguyễn Ánh nhiệm sở mới

    tại Giáo Xứ Thánh Linh, Fountain Valley. Xin chân thành ghi ơn Thầy trong những năm phục vụ tại Giáo Xứ Saint Barbara.

    Xin Chúa chúc lành cho Thầy trong nhiệm sở mới. Quý Cha, Quý Phó Tế và Cộng Đoàn Dân Chúa Saint Barbara.

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    Please always keep our facilities clean and safe! Thank You for your cooperation!

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    9 tháng 6- Thánh Ephrem (306-373) Là nhà thơ, nhà giáo, nhà hùng biện và bảo vệ đức tin, Thánh Ephrem là người Syria duy nhất được xưng tụng là Tiến Sĩ Giáo Hội. Ngài tự mặc cho mình một trọng trách là chống với các học thuyết lầm lạc đang lan tràn vào thời ấy, và luôn luôn là người bảo vệ đức tin Công Giáo mạnh mẽ. Sinh ở Nisibis, Mesopotamia, Thánh Ephrem được rửa tội khi là thanh niên và nổi tiếng là một thầy giáo nơi quê của ngài. Khi hoàng đế nhượng lại phần đất Nisibis cho người Ba Tư, Ephrem cùng với các Kitô Hữu khác trốn sang Edessa (thuộc Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ ngày nay) để tị nạn. Ngài được cho là đã đem lại vinh dự lớn lao cho một trường kinh thánh ở đây. Ngài được phong chức phó tế nhưng không muốn làm linh mục. Ngài có tài sáng tác văn chương và các tác phẩm phản ảnh sự thánh thiện của ngài. Mặc dù không phải là một học giả vĩ đại, các văn bản của ngài cho thấy sự hiểu biết s


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