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WELCOME TO

Holy Angels Church

107 SAN PEDRO ROAD COLMA, CA 94014 JANUARY 10, 2016 THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD Pastoral Staff

Devotions

Rev. Alex L. Legaspi, Pastor Rev. Mr. Juan Ruiz, Permanent Deacon Rev. Mr. Lerny Prudenciado, Permanent Deacon

Rosary Daily After 7:30AM Mass Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH)Mondays After 5:45 PM Mass Marian Congregation & Rosary Wednesdays 7:00PM (Spanish) Adoration of the First Friday After 7:30AM Mass Blessed Sacrament until the 5:45 PM Mass Sacred Heart/Devotion First Friday After 5:45PM Mass

Music Coordinators Margaret Anne Kerns Tito Rangasajo Laura Reyes Rudy Valeros, Sr.

Confessions/Reconciliation

Educational Staff Sr. Leonarda Montealto, O.P., School Principal K to 8th

Saturday………….3:30-4:15PM (or by appointment with a priest) Telephone Numbers Rectory (Parish Office) ..…………….…..…….……(650) 755-0478 Parish Fax…………………………………………….(650) 755-7653

Support Staff

School K to 8th ……………………………………….(650) 755-0220 Holy Angels Pre-School……………………………...(650-303-1478 School of Religion (CCD)…………………………... (650) 992-5539 Deacon Lerny Prudenciado …………………….…..(650) 758-3480 Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)…………….…..(650) 758-3480

Connie Gonzalez, Director of Holy Angels Pre-School Sr. Delia Obenza O.P., Coordinator, School of Religion (CCD) and Confirmation

OFFICE HOURS: MON-FRI 8:00AM–12PM, 1:00PM–5PM;

Nymia Tolentino, Bookkeeper Ning Ludovico, Secretary Lynne Horan, Secretary/Receptionist Magdalena Turcios, Housekeeper Roger Turcios, Maintenance

Organizations

Parish Council Finance Committee Filipino-American Club (FIL-AM) Italian Catholic Federation (ICF) Knights of Columbus (K of C - Council 10948) Legion of Mary Charismatic Prayer Group St. Vincent de Paul Society Grupos Latinos

Teen/Youth Groups Latin Youth Group Holy Angels Youth Ministry

Masses

4th Thursday Quarterly 3rd Sunday 2nd & 4th Monday 2nd Sunday & 1st Monday Every Saturday Every Thursday 1st & 3rd Thursday 1st Sunday

7:30PM 7:30PM 12:30PM 7:30PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 9:30AM 7:00PM 7:00PM 10:00AM

Every Friday 7:00PM Every 4th Sunday 5:30PM

Saturday ............................. 7:30AM, 4:30PM (SUNDAY VIGIL) Sunday ................................ 7:00AM, 8:30AM, 10:00AM (Español), 11:30AM, 1:00PM & 4:30PM Weekdays…...7:30AM, 5:45PM First Friday & Holy Days of Obligation………………..7:30AM, 5:45PM

Baptism: Pre-Baptismal preparation is necessary. Call the rectory two months in advance to register and to make an interview appointment. Marriage: Arrangements must be made with a Priest or Deacon at least six months prior to the wedding date.

Sacraments for the Sick: Call the parish office when you know of a parishioner who is ill. A priest will administer the Anointing of the Sick when necessary; if the parishioner is unable to come to Mass contact the rectory at 650-755-0478.

www.holyangelschurchcolma.com

Page 2 The Baptism of the Lord—Jan. 10, 2016 He saved us through the bath of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit. — Titus 3:5 A Blessed & Happy New Year to you all. On behalf of our Pastor, Fr. Alex L. Legaspi, and the Parish Fund Raising Committee, we would like to extend our deepest ‘THANK YOU’ to the following donors for their much needed help with our New Year’s Eve Dinner-Dance, without whom the said event would not have been what it was: a great success. Everyone who came had a wonderful time: Lucky Chances - for donating the Prime Rib & Salmon Republic Services/Allied Waste - “50” Flat Screen TV Sweet Dreams & Duggans Serra Mortuary - for the Desserts Estella & Homer Arevallo - Champagne Deacon Lerny – Wine and acting as “the errands-runner” Ning Ludovico - 2 $25.00 Target Gift Cards as part of consolation prizes Romy Dela Cruz/Fil-Am - 2 surprise gift Boxes Rose Valencerina - Printing of Dinner/Dance & Raffle Tickets & Flyers Kim & Ruben Rocha - Decorations Felipe Dy & Relatives, Emy Nicdao, & Marilyn Panopio Kitchen Crew aids to ‘Chef’, Jeannette Luna Christine Prudenciado – ticket sales with Ning Ludovico Ed Vocal - Bar Tender Jarvi Rosales – “DJ” We would like to also extend our deep appreciation and gratitude to all those who attended and brought friends to join us in celebrating the ending of Year 2015 and the Ushering in of the brand New Year 2016. Indeed, a “Big Thank” you to all of you! Jeannette Luna – Parish Fund Raising Chairperson MANIFESTING THE SPIRIT The Christmas season closes this Sunday with the Baptism of the Lord. This feast is a sister to last week’s feast of the Epiphany. Each of them celebrates an “epiphany,” or a manifestation of the Spirit of God in Jesus—first in his birth, and now at his baptism. The divine Spirit is manifested in all of the scriptures for this feast. Psalm 104 highlights the Spirit of God creating and renewing the earth, while the reading from Isaiah describes God restoring Israel. In Luke’s account of the baptism of the Lord the Holy Spirit descends upon Jesus. And the letter to Titus reminds us that the Holy Spirit was “richly poured out” on us also, through the “bath of rebirth” (Titus 3:5, 6) .

Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Why was Jesus Baptized If He Was Without Sin? Much of what Jesus did in his ministry was to be an example for us. Though he was sinless, Jesus allowed himself to be baptized by John as a visible sign of his willingness to obey the Father’s will. Doing the Father’s will is what he wants from us. After Jesus was baptized, the skies opened up and the Holy Spirit descended on Jesus. “And a voice came from the heavens, saying, ‘This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased’” (Matthew 3:17). Baptism is often called, “The Gateway Sacrament,” because it is the first one we receive when coming into the Catholic Church and the Sacrament that precedes all the others. It is usually administered to infants for that reason. Baptism is key to our own redemption so it is fitting that Jesus led the way. We follow him. “There is the whole mystery: he died for you. In him you are redeemed, in him you are saved” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, No. 1225). God bless you. Fr. Alex

FORGIVENESS God forgives like a mother who kisses the offense into everlasting forgiveness.

—Henry Ward Beecher

School Registration Holy Angels School is now accepting applications for ALL GRADES for the school year 2017-2016. Registration will continue until all places have been filled. Children must be five years old before September 1st and attend a licensed pre-school to be eligible for Kindergarten registration. Individual testing begins in mid-Janaury. Applications may be found in the rectory or the school office and also on-line at www.holyangelscolma.com. Holy Angels School accepts BASIC Fund financial scholarships and has a limited amount of private financial aid available. If you are interested in a quality Catholic education for your child, please do not let finances keep you from applying. For more information call the school at 650-755-0220. Holy Angels School accepts children of all races, colors, and national or ethnic origins, providing they pass the entrance test and we have room for them. Latin Community Invitation Sunday, 01/31/2016, the Spanish Prayer Group "Fountain of Light" with the Latin Community will have a PUPUSA SALE benefiting our Parish. Your collaboration is appreciated.

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As a parish community we welcome into our faith Palma Gonzalez de la Torre, Santiago Sagatume through the Sacrament of Baptism Saturday, January 23 Mass: 9:30 am, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Archbishop Cordileone, Celebrant. Walk for Life Rally: 12:30-1:30 pm, Civic Center Plaza. Speakers: Emmanuel, Fr. Frank Pavone, Dr. Alveda King, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, Mother Agnes Donovan, SV, David Daleiden, Obianuju Ekeocha, Pastor Clenard Childress. Walk for Life: 1:30 pm, walking down Market Street from Civic Center Plaza. Important: Due to the building of Super Bowl Village in the usual ending location (Justin Herman Plaza), a new location at the end of Market Street is still being identified. Check the website above for updates on this. Students for Life Youth Rally and Movie Screening: 5:00 pm, St. Mary’s Cathedral. Speakers: Fr. Pavone, Bryan Kemper, Missy Stone, Kristina Garza. Showing of the movie Voiceless. Registration required at the website above. Barbeque and Holy Hour: 5:30 pm, Star of the Sea church. Including talk by Sisters of Life before the Holy Hour.

Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord . . . Mary Pierce, Maria Ablang, Christian Fregoso . . . and let perpetual light shine upon them.

Archbishop Cordileone’s Parish Visitation of Holy Angels The archbishop of San Francisco, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, will be starting his first parish visitation of Holy Angels Parish with the Confirmation Mass on Saturday, January 16, 2016 at 1:00 PM. He will stay here overnight that day and will celebrate the January 17th, Sunday 11:30 AM Mass, followed by a fellowship/finger food reception at the parish hall after the Mass to culminate his visit. He will come back on Monday, January 18th to celebrate Mass for the school children at 9:00 AM, visit the classrooms and have lunch with the pastor, principal, teachers and staff of Holy Angels School before ending his visit. TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — Isaiah speaks of the Servant whom the Lord upholds; he shall bring forth justice to the nations (Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7) or Isaiah 40:1-5, 9-11. Psalm — The Lord will bless his people with peace (Psalm 29) or Psalm 104. Second Reading — Jesus was anointed by God with the Holy Spirit; he went out healing and doing good (Acts 10:34-38) or Titus 2:11 -14; 3:4-7. Gospel — A voice comes from heaven proclaiming Jesus as the beloved Son, with whom God is well pleased (Luke 3:15-16, 21 -22). The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the ctionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy

NEW – Divorce Support Group Saturday, January 16, 7:30-9:00 pm, St. Stephen Church, O’Reilly Parish Center, 451 Eucalyptus Dr., San Francisco Fr. Al Grosskopf, S.J. 415-422-6698—This support group is part of the Separated and Divorced Catholic Julia Padreddii, David Novi, Ministry in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Gatherings begin with prayer, move Norma Edar-Cosiac, Dora into introductions, sharing around what is Guerrero, Greg Kenney, Jr., going on in everyone’s lives, and close with prayer. This is a drop-in support group. All Flor Macalma are welcome. For more information please contact Fr. Al Grosskopf, S.J., see above.

HURTFUL SIN Sin is not hurtful because it is forbidden, but it is forbidden because it is hurtful. —Benjamin Franklin

MASS INTENTIONS Mon., 1/11 7:30 Evelyn Armanino 5:45 Yesith Murillo Tues., 1/12 7:30 Jeffrey Eric Stephen Borrero 5:45 Rosalio Dometita Leonida Dometita Wed., 1/13 7:30 Isagani Galang 5:45 Lolita Flippo Thu.,1/14 7:30 Intentions/Carl Ryan Cervantes Roberto R. Cuenca 5:45 Intentions/ Ines & Norma Carbonell Matty Fitzgerald Fri., 1/15 7:30 Intentions/Martin Family 5:45 Segundina Mallari Sat., 1/16 7:30 Intentions, Conchita Sabale 4:30 Intentions.Edward Jaurigue & Family George Mejia Dionisia Laquian Arsenio Juarigue & Family Federico Jaurigue & Family Sun., 1/17 7:00 Orlando, Irene, Angelo & Yolanda Disperati 8:30 Int./Vermadel & Melen Saguban Leila Macalalag 10:00Clara Carlos Gonzalez Martin Gomez 11:30John Lagomarsino 1:00  Able Masangcay 4:30 Esperanza Ruiz

December 27 - December 28 January 2-January 3 12/27The first collection amounted to $7,381.00and the second collection for the Archbishop’s amounted to $1,743.00. 1/3 The first collection amounted to $9,412.28 And the second collection for Holy Angels School amounted to $2130.00.

2015 Assessment: Raised to Date: Percentage of Goal: Pledges to Date:

$63,400.00 $61,642.00* 95% 56

TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE La costumbre del bautismo infantil debe ser mucho más que un acto social o una tradición cultural, donde el ropón y los regalos son más importantes que la doctrina cristiana, y los padrinos se escogen no por su buen ejemplo sino por su cuenta bancaria. Según los Hechos de los Apóstoles, familias enteras se bautizaban cuando el padre de familia decidía hacerse cristiano. Esta práctica de bautizar, no solo al nuevo creyente sino también a su mujer y a sus hijos, poco a poco, quedó solo en bautizar los niños del original creyente. El mundo en aquel tiempo estaba basado sobre la familia así como muchas culturas latinas de hoy. El bautizo infantil nació en la Iglesia primitiva y al pasar de los siglos llegó a transformarse en un rito religioso muy importante en la catequesis del nuevo cristiano. El niño viste de ropita blanca que recuerda la presencia de Cristo en su alma, se le regala una vela que lo invita a brillar con la luz de Cristo y se le da una madrina o un padrino que le enseñará a vivir en Cristo. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Sábado, 23 de enero Misa: 9:30 am, la Catedral de Santa María, el arzobispo Cordileone, Celebrante. Caminata por la Vida Rally: 12: 30-1: 30 pm, Plaza del Centro Cívico. Ponentes: Emmanuel, Fr. Frank Pavone, el Dr. Alveda King, el arzobispo Salvatore Cordileone, Madre Agnes Donovan, SV, David Daleiden, Obianuju Ekeocha, Pastor Clenard Childress. Caminata por la Vida: 13:30, caminando por la calle del mercado de la Plaza del Centro Cívico. Importante: Debido a la construcción del Super Bowl Pueblo en la ubicación final habitual (Justin Herman Plaza), todavía está siendo identificado una nueva ubicación al final de la calle del mercado. Visite el sitio web de arriba para las actualizaciones en este. Estudiantes por la Vida Rally Juventud y Proyección de la película: 17:00, la Catedral de Santa María. Ponentes: Fr. Pavone, Bryan Kemper, Missy Stone, Kristina Garza. Mostrando de la película sin voz. Es necesario registrarse en el sitio web arriba. Barbacoa y Hora Santa: 17:30, Estrella de la iglesia mar. Incluyendo charla de Hermanas de la Vida antes de la Hora Santa.

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RECTORIA DE LA PARROQUIA Diacóno Juan Ruiz…………………………………(650) 755-0478 Entrevistas para Bautismo los diás Miercoles 4 Y los diás. Jueves Matrimonio 4 Call (650) 755-0478 to schedule an appointment. COORDINACÍON DEL GRUPO LATINO DE HOLY ANGELS

Reunión primer domingo de cada mes después de misa Coordinadora: Sub-Coordinadora: Secretaria: Tesorero:

Gladys Gomez...………...….(650) 290-3462 María Locon.……………. (650) 455-6811 Jessica Cuellar…....……… .(650) 204-0701 Erick Cojulun………………..(650) 731-4792

PASTORAL HISPANO Julio Locon………………………………………….(415) 412-1288 CONGREGACIÓN MARIANA Francisco Hernández………………………………(650) 994-5451 Federico Tobar……………………………………...(650) 756-5537 Miércoles 7:00 p.m. Rezo del Rosario en sala de San Miguel. 1er. Miércoles de cada mes HORA SANTA GRUPO DE INTERCESIÓN Alex Torres………………………………………….(415) 933-1975 Oración intercediendo por los enfermes, necesidades de la Parroquia y sus miembros……………...Jueves: 7:00 p.m. en la Sala de San Miguel GRUPO DE ORACIÓN ¨CRISTO FUENTE DE LUZ” Sábado 7:00 p.m. en la Capilla de la Iglesia. Oración por enfermos, necesidades, alabanza y acción de Gracias a DIOS, con testimonios para crecer en nuestra FE. Arcelia Gómez……………………………...………(650) 755-8685 Oscar Valencia……………………………...……...(415) 724-2413 GRUPO DE JOVENES “CRISTO VIVE CON LA JUVENTUD” Alejandro Ordoñez………………………………….(415) 678-7200 Karen Santizo……………………………………….(650) 271-1979 Fortalecer la FE de los jóvenes, Oración y compartir en comunidad………………...Reunión cada Viernes a las 7:00 p.m. CORO JUVENIL HISPANO Yolanda Casco…………………………………… (650) 290-1528 Teresa Morales………………………………….….(650) 583-4502 Ensayos, cada Viernes 6:30 p.m. en Sala de San Miguel HERMANDAD “NUESTRO SEÑOR DE ESQUIPULAS” Mario Y Lilian Santizo……..……………………… (650) 271-2595 HERMANDAD “DIVINO SALVADOR DEL MUNDO” Rodolfo Castro……………………………………...(650) 992-4762 HERMANDAD “LA PURISIMA” Vilma Alvarez……………………………………….(650) 755-8859 HERMANDAD “GUADALUPANA” Enrique Y Mary Cruz……………………………….(650) 954-5507