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    Father Manuel Leon Bravo, Pastor Deacon Santi & Virginia Gorospe

    Deacon Agustin & Veronica Jimenez Deacon John & Joyce Tullius

    OFFICE HOURS: The Parish Office is closed to the public until further notice.

    MASS SCHEDULE: Daily Mass: Monday-Friday 8AM English Saturday: 5PM English & 7PM Spanish

    Sunday: 8AM English, 9:30AM Spanish, 11AM English & 12:30PM Spanish

    Procedures for Re-Opening (all Masses are held outside in the west yard): All must wear a face mask, Have no symptoms of anything related to cold or flu

    CONFESSIONS: Saturday 3:30-4:30PM Tuesday 7PM (except the 4th Tuesday of the month) ADORATION: After all weekday Masses until noon SICK CALLS: Please call the Church Office. FUNERALS: Please call the Church Office. BAPTISMS: Please call the Church Office. WEDDINGS: Please call the Church Office.

    Called to Renew The second weekend of every month is our Called to Renew weekend. On this weekend every month we will take any new pledges or any payments you want to make to your exist- ing pledge. You may turn in any clearly la- beled pledge, in any Collection Basket on this weekend. Thank you for your support!

    St. Madeleine Catholic Church 931 E. Kingsley Ave., Pomona, CA 91767-5098

    Instagram: @stmadeleinepomona Facebook: St. Madeleine Catholic Church Phone (909) 629-9495

    This months Altar Candles were donated by the Tom Tancredi Family

    Please remember them in your prayers!

    St. Madeleine Catholic School PK3, TK4, Kindergarten, 1st-5th Grade Principal-Ms. Maria Irma Jimenez






    Mateo 20, 1





    Matthew 20:1

  • Saturday, September 19 5:00 pm Chris Lange, Health and Norberto Zarate, Health and Debra Salce & Family, Blessings (Anaeva Padro) 7:00 pm Noel Cabello, RIP (Pablo Cabello) Sunday, September 20 8:00 am Pro Populo 9:30 am Segunda Sandoval, RIP (His Wife & Family) and Guadalupe Martinez, RIP (Familia y Hijos) and Jose Camaneo, Health 11:00 am Olga Diaz de Leon, RIP (Her Family) and Barbara Aguilar, RIP (Her Brother Gilbert) and Constancio Velasquez, Special Intentions on His Birthday and Edna Griffith & Family, Special Intentions 12:30 pm Monday, September 21 8:00 am Irene Casares, RIP (Her Nieces) and Segundo Sandoval, RIP (Wife & Family) and Alguien Miller, Special Intentions on Her Birthday Tuesday, September 22 8:00 am Juan Arreglado, RIP (Wife & Children) and John Paul Arreglado, Special Intentions on His Birthday ( (Mom) Wednesday, September 23 8:00 am Nano, RIP (Manny & Sylvia Ramallo) and Sylvia Ramallo, Health and Jose Antonio Pleites, RIP and Pleites Family, Special Intention Thursday, September 24 8:00 am Friday, September 25 8:00 am Jose Antonio Pleites, RIP and Pleites Family, Special Intention


    Want to learn the classical language that is also the official language of the Catholic Church? Young and old are invited to sign up for weekly classes! Cédric Ebiner is a St. Made- leine parishioner, Pomona resident, husband and father. He has been teaching languages at Loyola High School for the past 20+ years. Classes will be held on Friday after- noons. Contact the office for details.

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    24 Hour Adoration St. Madeleine is offering a 24 Hour Adoration every first and third Friday of every month, if there are enough people to cover every hour. Adoration begins on Friday after the morning Mass and concludes on Saturday at 12 noon. Any- one interested in volunteering to spend an hour or more with Jesus, please call Karen Ortiz at 909-764-7097, Dolores Cazares at 909-634-6112 or Dennis & Anna Duvall at 909- 263-1582.

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    Candles If you want to remind people to pray for your intentions placed at the front of the church, please do not place or light the candle yourself. Make sure the candle is saved for Padre and he will place the candle and make sure it is lit. This is to prevent unnecessary contact caused by passing candles and lighters around. You can pick up a candle from the office or from the Religious Education Office.

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    Missalettes Available We are unable to use the missalettes since articles and books cannot be passed around. This is to prevent the spread of disease. If you would like a missalette for a $2 do- nation, contact the office to make the arrangement.

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    Food Bag Distribution St. Madeleine provides bags of groceries for those in need. As you would expect, the number of families coming for help continues to grow each week. If you can help, we are in need of donations of canned vegetables, rice, beans, pasta & sauce, cereal, oatmeal, oil, jelly, peanut butter, tortillas, bread, and milk. Thank you to the many familiar faces who show up during the week at St. Madeleine with bags of gro- cery donations. If you have questions or would like to help in any way, please call the office at 909-629-9495 and let us know. Thank you for being a loving and caring people and such a great presentation of the Body of Christ in such a troubled time.


    Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!

    Walmart in Pomona on Arrow & Towne for all your generous help and support during this

    difficult time. God bless you!

  • St. Madeleine Catholic School PK3, TK4, Kindergarten, 1st—5th Grade

    To Educate and Empower Our Future Catholic Leaders! or

    Gracias Feligreses por su Generosa Donación! Ahora Tenemos 54 Nuevas Cubiertas Para

    Nuestros Nuevos iPad. Listo Para Educar a Nuestros Hijos Desde la Distancia!

    Thank You Parishioners for Your Kind Donations! We Have Purchased covers for our 54 New iPads!

    1 en 1 Enseñando Desde la

    Distancia! Inscribirse Hoy!

    El Día Comienza Con La

    Oración Diaria a las 8:30am en el Zoom!

    Listo Para Que Regresen Nuesrtos Estudiantes

    Meeting My Teacher!

    Ningún Niño Dejado Detrás

  • Autumn Listen! The wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves, We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves!

    —Humbert Wolfe

    Humility No human being is too big to be humble, but some human beings are too small.


    Humildad Ningún ser humano es demasiado grande para ser humilde, pero sí hay seres humanos demasi- ado pequeños.


    Office of Religious Education Oficina de Educacion Religiosa

    Contact us at: 909-629-7377

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    The Magnificat My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord, my spirit rejoices in God my Savior for he has looked with favor on his lowly servant. From this day all generations will call me blessed: the Almighty has done great things for me, and holy is his Name. He has mercy on those who fear him in every generation. He has shown the strength of his arm, he has scattered the proud in their conceit. He has cast down the mighty from their thrones, and has lifted up the lowly. He has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich he has sent away empty. He has come to the help of his servant Israel for he remembered his promise of mercy, the promise he made to our fathers, to Abraham and his children forever. Amen.

    El Magnificat Proclama mi alma la grandeza del Señor, se alegra mi espíritu en Dios mi Salvador, porque ha mirado la humillación de su esclava. Desde ahora me felicitarán todas las generaciones porque el Poderoso ha hecho obras grandes por mí. Su nombre es Santo y su misericordia llega a sus fieles de generación en generación. Él hace proezas con su brazo, dispersa a los soberbios de corazón. Derriba del trono a los poderosos y enaltece a los humildes. A los hambrientos los colma de bienes y a los ricos despide vacíos. Auxilia a Israel su siervo, acordándose d e su santa alianza según lo había prometido a nuestros padres en favor de Abrahán y su descendencia por siempre. Gloria al Padre y al Hijo y al Espíritu Santo como era en principio ahora y siempre por los siglos de los siglos. Amen.

    Tesoros y Riquezas Yo no estimo tesoros ni riquezas; y así, siempre me causa más contento poner riquezas en mi pensamiento que no mi pensamiento en las riquezas.

    —Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

  • Direction Isaiah tells us something that we already know, and yet seem to forget every now and then. He tells us, essentially, that God is God and we are not. When we’re con- fused and troubled and can’t fig- ure everything out, it might be wise to recall Isaiah speaking on the Lord’s behalf and explaining that God—who is on a much more, well, Godly wavelength than we are— moves in ways we can’t even imag- ine. Saint Paul, by comparison, has everything figured out. Kind of. At least he understands his calling in life—to magnify Ch

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