1 Jesus Teaching by the Seashore c The Life of Christ James Tissot ( ) Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York 721 CHEMEKETA STREET N.E. SALEM, OREGON Visit us at Rectory: Fax: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Religious Education: School: Fax: The rectory business office is located directly behind the Church on the corner of Chemeketa and Cottage Streets. We are open: SATURDAY CLOSED SUNDAY CLOSED Our mission, in service of Jesus and the universal church, is to make our parish A Center of Catholic Life in the Valley thus bringing forth God s Love, Light, and Life in order that all might be invited to know and be known by Him. July 22, th Sunday of Ordinary time MASS SCHEDULE Weekdays 7:05 a.m. and 12:05 p.m. Saturday 7:05 a.m. Saturday Vigil English 4:30 p.m. Spanish 7:00 p.m. Sunday 6:45 a.m.- Latin English 8:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Spanish 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. at the East Salem Community Center Vietnamese 3:45 p.m. CONFESSIONS Mon.-Fri. 30 minutes before the 12:05 p.m. Mass Saturday - English - 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Spanish - 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday - English - 8 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. 9:30 a.m. to 9:50 a.m. 7 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. -Vietnamese -3:15 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.
2 Parish Staff Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Richard Huneger Parochial Vicar: Rev. Jonah Lynch Rev. Paolo Dayto Deacons: Rev. Mr. Allen Vandecoevering Rev. Mr. Leo Rasca Faith Formation/ Youth & Young Adult Ministry Coordinator: Sister Raquel De Leon, HMRF Faith Formation Assistant: Sr. Marta Valdes, HMRF Pastoral Associate for Hispanic Ministry: Maria Elena Ruiz Sacristan/Liturgy Coordinator: Jason Markowski Music Director: Doug Schneider Development Director: Teri Martinez Maintenance Director: Leigh Smith Principal, St. Joseph School: Deb Dewar MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK Sunday July 22, :45 a.m. Ursula Green 8:30 a.m. Intentions of The Walker Family 10:00 a.m. St. Joseph Parish 12:00 p.m. Juan M. San Nicolas 7:30 p.m. Moises & Juan Guerrero Monday July 23, :05 a.m. Gary Cascia 12:05 p.m. Willa Lour McGarry Tuesday July 24, :05 a.m. Robert Warren 12:05 p.m. Laura de Guzman Wednesday July 25, :05 a.m. Rey Aguilar 12:05 p.m. Dick Nyssen Thursday July 26, :05 a.m. Intentions of Archbishop Sample 12:05 p.m. Bernard McGeough Friday July 27, :05 a.m. Intentions of Raschko Family 12:05 p.m. Refugio Chavez Saturday July 28, :05 a.m. Vince Cascia 4:30 p.m. Renee Wadsworth CONTRIBUTIONS: July 8, 2018 Regular Collection $ 21, Thank you for your ongoing support and generosity! If you would like to contribute on line please visit our website: and click on the donate button at the top of the page. St. Joseph Catholic Parish Please continue praying for our men and women serving in the military: Michael E. Nielsen Major Paul Lushenko Capt. Kenneth Strawn Hunter Kellogg Joseph Fuller Taylor McCammon Tom McGovern Kevin Halfman Shawn Stanford Frank (Hank) Wasson III Maj. Michael Cooper Sgt. Kevin Blair David Gonzalez Mark Ramirez Gary Nash Travis Brossard Capt. Jacob Howard Daniel Sheffield Capt. Carlos Ortiz Lt. Cmdr. Jon Lushenko Gabriel Marrel Philip Candello Michael Candello Jason Adams Michael Odgers Sgt. Luis E. Granizo CW4 Erik Anderson Paul Teters Chris Teters Brian P. Baranek Ron B. Atalig Lawrence Concepcion David Martinmaas Sgt. Lisa Marie Nunez Lt. Col. Peter Derouin Johnny Lugo Billy Cooper Kris Kochen PFC. Brooke Rader Lt. Col. Gilbert Shaw E4 Jacob Cravinho Capt. Luke Jaeger Michael Buckley Daniel Sheffield Edward C. Barcenas Capt. John Tuttle Gabriel A. Estes, USAF Sgt. Zachary Millsap PFC Nathan Millsap Major David Wendell Capt. Carlos Ortiz 1st Lt. Ashley Messoline Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Messoline Sgt. Patrick Deleon Guerrero Spec 4, Brian Vergith Col. Esther C. Sablan Sgt. Major Joseph Kumagai PFC Jacob Meisenheimer Rebecca Flinchbaugh Registration Form/ADDRESS & PHONE UPDATE Welcome to St. Joseph Parish. If you wish to register as a new parishioner, please fill-out the form and mail or drop in the collection basket. If you are currently a parishioner and have an address or phone change please fill out and drop in the collection. Name Address: City: Zip: Phone: If you would like to receive ed information from the parish please provide your . Please print legibly. (1)
3 The Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 22, 2018 First Reading: Jeremiah 23: 1-6 Responsorial: 23: 1-3, 3-4, 5-6 Second Reading: Ephesians 2: Gospel: Mark 6: My sheep hear my voice, says the Lord; I know them, and they follow me. NO HOLY HOUR for the month of June, July and August due to maintenance shutdown of the facilities. In Our Parish Wedding Rite of Christian Marriage Robert Paul Sehon & Elizabeth Fernandez Jorge Rico Garcia & Nancy Ruby Cortez M. Baptism Rite of Christian Initiation Thiago Magdiel Medel S. Naia Victoria Medel S. Marjory Rocha Jorge Francisco Alexander Garnica Adriel Alejandro Reyes Ricardo Adriel Calderon Alix Amelia Galvan Leal Abraham Garcia Luna Alexander Maldonado C. Devany Ximena Mondragon C. Dalia Yaned Avila Sanchez Damian Esteban Morales Guadalupe Gabriela Huapeo C. Gael Martinez Hernandez Kaylee Isabella Morales P. Leslie Gines Fierro Miguel Dario Ponce A. Matteo Flores Rosales Samantha Cortes Arreola Yamila Guadalupe Sanchez G. Adriel Alvarez Isabella Zaragoza-Rosales Analiah Evangeline Mendez C. The Pastor s Keyboard Msgr. Richard Huneger In Humanae Vitae (July 25, 1968) #10, Pope Paul VI noted that "conscientious parenthood" involves awareness of one's fertility, of laws inscribed in the body, which pertain to the person, and then a decision to seek to increase or to avoid increasing family size, taking due consideration of physical, economic, psychological, and social conditions, by uniting or abstaining during the potentially fertile time. It is an approach that challenges spouses, as citizens, to cooperation, mutual respect, and a continued conviction of working with God, through the wisdom inscribed in their persons, by which they truly "bond" with each other. It also respects the basic need of a child to enter life within a solid community of love. It has never been easy to get the exercise of sexuality to hew to this divine "center," always within lawful marriage. But without it...? There is a two-way street between government and individuals, in which, to some extent, individuals must "earn" the privilege of being trusted, and "prove" themselves civic-minded in their lives, in order to be valued as agents rather than manipulated as objects, within the life of society. "Subsidiarity" (basic to Catholic Social Teaching), starts from the "social" nature of man, and the necessary "communion" and "reciprocity" that make make us "whole" in "oneanother-ness," but insisting that responsibility should remain at the lowest level possible (the individual, as a spiritual being, with mind and will, capable of exercising free choice); and "help" or "subsidy" should only come in from the higher/larger, level of social organization, if things can't work out at the lower level. It is disastrous to the right ordering of things if the higher order (Big Brother) takes over things it shouldn't. Why? Because, well meaning as it might be, it deprives the social order of incentives and constraints for the individual to develop initiative and ownership of his choices and their consequences, so as to make objectively good choices or suffer the consequences. We are to be self-reliant, and dependable, rather than dependent, participants in the common weal, the complex web of interdependencies that enable human life to flourish. Mopping up bad choices and multiplying handouts works against this. Baby has to go "bump" to learn to walk. Alas, today's inflation of "rights" language translates into "government mandate" activity. But what is a "right"? A right is a claim to what one needs to achieve one's given end. A "moral claim" means that "I need" is more than "I want"; it pre-exists my choice; and it implies something about everyone else: "You ought to allow, or provide, it to me." To make my "right" effective, I may want to get it enshrined as a "legal" right (or entitlement) in some law, enforceable by the government's coercive power. In fact, a good legal system will hew closely to enshrining as legal right, those things which are true moral claims. And it is our moral compass (conscience, philosophical, religious vision) which continuously monitors legal rights in a social system as to how to reflect the moral order (without fundamental consensus among the citizenry on objective moral norms, of course, only power struggles will decide matters, since reason is restricted to reflection within shared common assumptions, as noted by Aristotle). Some "rights" are claims to be "left alone, not interfered with" (liberty rights), but others are a claim to a "piece" of some quantifiable "thing" (a "fungible good," such as property, food, health care). Maximizing liberty rights, without "formation" in moral vision (virtue), leads to social chaos, the terror of being unable to count on anyone or anything. For the claim on "goods" depends on what goods are available, to be divided, as needed. In a time of famine what is it my "right" to eat? Does freedom of speech (a liberty right) entitle me to a taxpayerfunded printing press? However, and most importantly, all "rights" become matters for shouting matches, if rooted in "willfulness" (my "chosen" end, or goal), rather than "nature" (God's purpose for my existence, my "given" end). If that end is "heaven," then my "rights" extend only to what can help me achieve heaven; my duties, to supplying others what they need to get there. Not every claim to a "right" to "do" or "get" something is automatically valid: ask, "how does it hew to our given end?" We need to be clear on what the "given end" is in relationship to which those rights are grounded, so we can sort things out, and separate the wheat from the chaff. We must also commit to the building of "human capital" (as Benedict XVI noted in Veritas in Caritate, 2009). But that creates a certain claim on how individuals "do their thing." I owe it society to be strong (not to government to be big). A transcendent perspective (we're not for this life only) is fundamental. A social order which generously invests in new life will cut its legs out from under itself if it can't keep the family strong. And individuals have to want it to be that way. Think: Subsidiarity.
4 Parish Calendar ESCC East Salem Community PC-Parish Center PC-Parish Center RMR-Rectory RMR-Rectory Meeting Meeting Room Room SJS St. Joseph School CH-Church ERoom Rectory East Room Gym Classrooms upstairs in the Gymnasium 22 July Sunday Regular Sunday Masses: 6:45 a.m. (Latin), 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 12 noon and 7:30 p.m. (English) 10 a.m. at ESCC, 1:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. (Spanish) 3:45 p.m. (Vietnamese) 29 July Sunday Regular Sunday Masses: 6:45 a.m. (Latin), 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 12 noon and 7:30 p.m. (English) 10 a.m. at ESCC, 1:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. (Spanish) 3:45 p.m. (Vietnamese) St. Joseph School, Gym & Parish Center Closed 23 July Monday St. Joseph School, Gym & Parish Center Closed 30 July Monday 7:00 p.m. CH Spanish Divine Mercy 7:00 p.m. CH Spanish Divine Mercy 24 July Tuesday 4:00 p.m. CH Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group 6:00 p.m. CH Medjugorje Prayer Group 31 July Tuesday 4:00 p.m. CH Mother of Perpetual Help Prayer Group 6:00 p.m. CH Medjugorje Prayer Group 25 July Wednesday 1 August Wednesday 26 July Thursday 4:30 p.m. ERoom Light Weigh 7:00 p.m. RMR Youth on Water 2 August Thursday 4:30 p.m. ERoom Light Weigh 5:30 p.m. CH Quinceañera Practice 7:00 p.m. RMR Youth on Water 27 July Friday 7:00 p.m. CH Spanish Prayer Group 3 August Friday 6:00 p.m. ERoom Spanish Baptismal Preparation 7:00 p.m. CH Spanish Prayer Group 28 July Saturday 7:05 a.m. Daily Mass 4:30 p.m. English Vigil and 7:00p.m. Spanish Vigil 4 August Saturday 7:05 a.m. Daily Mass 4:30 p.m. English Vigil and 7:00p.m. Spanish Vigil 12:00 p.m. CH Spanish Baptisms 2:00 p.m. CH Quinceañeras
5 St. Joseph Parish Religious Education Visit stjosephchurch.formed.org and register to use anytime, anywhere that you have Wi-Fi or data. BUILDING A CULTURE OF VOCATIONS IT IS REALLY GOD HIMSELF, the LORD of the harvest, who chooses his laborers. His call is always underserved and unexpected. We are called to cooperate with his providence, and to use the powerful tool which he has placed in our hands: prayer. Jesus said Pray the LORD of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest! August 2 Unlocking the Catechism for Real Living Guest speaker: Sarah Kuenzi Program Manager of Marketing, Alumni & Parent Relations University of Portland 7:00-8:30pm REAL LIFE SPIRITUALITY FOR YOUNG McMenamin s Thompson Brewery & Public House 3575 Liberty Rd. S. Salem, OR Bible Study - Tuesday Nights - 7-8:30pm We look at the readings for the upcoming Sunday, reflect & pray. It s a great way to prepare for Mass! Starting July 3rd, we will meet in Broadway Coffeehouse, Dallas Room, 204, Like our Facebook page for more details Salem-Keizer young adult or contact Sr. Raquel.
6 Information for St. Joseph Parish God s Grandeur The world is charged with the grandeur of God. It will flame out, like shining from shook foil; it gathers to a greatness, like the ooze of oil Crushed. Why do men then now not reck his rod? Generations have trod, have trod, have trod; And all is seared with trade; bleared, smeared with toil; And wears man s smudge and shares man s smell: the soil is bare now, nor can foot feel, being shod. And, for all this, nature is never spent; There lives the dearest freshness deep down things; And though the last lights off the black West went Oh, morning, at the brown brink eastwards, springs Because the Holy Ghost over the bent world broods with warm breast and with ah! Bright wings. KBVM FM 88.3 Catholic Radio Second Collection August 5, This will help them relocate from University of Portland (which is developing the property on which their building stands) to SW Portland. Humanae Vitae and the Sexual Revolution: 50 Years Later Lecture Series - The Archdiocese of Portland offers people the opportunity to reflect with distinguished Catholic intellectuals, authors and scholars on compelling topics concerning the Catholic faith and its relationship to the modern world. Join us! AUGUST 4, 2018, 7PM ST. PIUS X PARISH, PORTLAND FR. TAD PACHOLCZYK Cost: $10 (pay online or at the door). Learn more and RSVP at or contact The Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon presents Journey Together in Hope August Retreat for Catholic Families with Members who have Special Needs at Aldersgate Conference Center in Turner, Oregon. Contact Kelsey Rea or On August 25 & 26, 2018, we will welcome Rev. Carlos Chavez and Rev. Anthony Savarimuthu to St. Joseph Parish to speak about the work being done at Cross Catholic Outreach and how this provides food and hope to the poorest of the poor. SPECIAL PRAYER OPPORTUNITIES: PRO-LIFE PRAYER for an end to abortion (outside Planned Parenthood facility, corner of Coral and Wolverine NE) every Friday, 9:00 a.m. and 2nd Saturdays 8:00 a.m. (Prayer Group), as well as 1st Saturdays 9:00 a.m. (Knights). MEDJUGORJE PRAYER GROUP on Tuesdays, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Church PRAYER CHAIN call Rosi Schaefer or Lonna Bauer with your intentions. All Catholic women in the Salem area are invited to participate in Marie Dorion #230 Young Ladies Institute. Please contact Karen Scharosch or Shannon Vandehey for information. Respect Life Committee The Respect Life Committee invites all pro-life Catholics who want promote the teaching of the Church regarding the Sanctity of Lif Please call for more information. Anna Poynter, , Our Lady of Perpetual Help meets Tuesdays upstairs in the Church at 4:00 p.m. St. Joseph Parish Adoration Chapel Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week Come join our Lord in this beautiful and peaceful place. Our Adoration Chapel is located on the south side of the Church off of Chemeketa Street. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We welcome parishioners to take a regular chapel hour or begin as a substitute until you find an hour that works best for you. Parishioners are welcome to drop by the chapel at any time. Contact: Jean Majka Carol Joye Adorers Needed: Tues. 1 a.m. Wed. 4 a.m. Wed. 9 a.m. Thurs. 1 a.m. Thurs. 4 a.m. Adorers: If you must leave Jesus alone please gently close the tabernacle doors (the light will remain on). Laudato Si Pg 22, #34 It may disturb us to learn of the extinction of mammals or birds, but the good functioning of ecosystems also requires fungi, algae, worms, insects, reptiles, and an innumerable variety of microorganisms. Some less numerous species, although generally unseen, nonetheless play a critical role in maintaining the equilibrium of a particular place. Humans must intervene when a geosystem reaches a critical state. But nowadays, such intervention in nature has become more frequent. As a consequence, serious problems arise, leading to further interventions; human activity becomes ubiquitous, with all the risks which this entails.
7 22 DE JULIO DEL 2018 Decimosexto Domingo Del Tiempo Ordinario LAS LECTURAS DE HOY: 22 de Julio de 2018 Primer Lectura: Jeremías 23:1-6 Segunda Lectura: Efesios 2:13-18 Evangelio: Marcos 6:30-34 El Rito de Iniciación Cristiana (RICA) El RICA es un proceso de preparación para niños mayores de 7años que no han sido bautizados y para adultos de 18 años en adelante que les falte algún sacramento. Inscripciones se llevaran acabo en el gimnasio 9 y 16 de septiembre de 11am 1:00pm. Favor de presentarse con: Para niños traer una copia del certificado de nacimiento. Para adultos traer copia de todos los sacramentos ya recibidos. Para mas información favor de llamar a Maria Elena INSCRIPCIONES PARA EL PRIMER AÑO DE CATECISMO PARA LA PRIMERA COMUNION 9 y 16 de septiembre 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. en el Gimnasio Es un programa de dos años Favor de presentarse con: Una copia de la Fe de Bautismo del niño(a). El costo por cada niño(a) es de $60.00 (se entregará al tiempo de inscribir al niño(a)). Solo se aceptan niños de 8 años en adelante para las clases de español que ya estén bautizados. Para las clases de español los niños tienen que entender, hablar, leer, y escribir bien el español. Para el Primer Año de Catecismo las clases son a las 10:00am el Primer Sábado de cada mes (una vez al mes solamente) pero es indispensable que asistan en familia (Padres y hermanos). Si usted desea inscribir a su niño(a) para el Segundo Año de Catecismo favor de llamar a Sacramento del Matrimonio Requisitos: Hacer una entrevista con el Sacerdote. Certificado de Bautismo (copia reciente). Certificado de 1ra Comunión y Confirmación. El acta de matrimonio civil o licencia del civil. Dos fotos de cada uno, tamaño infantil. Asistir a 7 Clases Pre. Matrimoniales. Clases comienzan el sábado, 8 de sept. de 2018 a las 5:00 p.m. Llamar a la oficina para hacer una cita con el Sacerdote. Comunidad Hispana de San José LA OFRENDA DEL DOMINGO FUE: 8 de julio de 2018 $ 3, Misión 8 de julio $ LECTURAS DIARIAS: Lunes, 23 de Julio: Miqueas 6:1-4, 6-8 Mateo 12:38-42 Martes, 24 de Julio: Miqueas 7:14-15, Mateo 12:46-50 Miércoles, 25 de Julio: Hechos 4:33; 5:12, 27-33; 12:2 Mateo 20:20-28 Jueves, 26 de Julio: Jeremías 2:1-3, 7-8, Mateo 13:10-17 Viernes, 27 de Julio: Jeremías 3:14-17 Mateo 13:18-23 Sábado, 28 de Julio: Jeremías 7:1-11 Mateo 13:24-30 SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO Requisitos para bautizar: 1) Padres tienen que llenar una aplicación para bautismo. 2) Entregarla con una copia del acta de nacimiento del niño(a). 3) Padres deben estar sinceramente dispuestos a criar a sus hijos en la fe Católica y practicarla. 4) Padrinos deben tener 16 años de edad, ser Bautizados, Confirmados, poder comulgar, miembros registrados en una parroquia y recomendados por su párroco como católicos practicantes en buen estado. Si es casado, su matrimonio debe ser válido, reconocido por la Iglesia. Se piden dos padrinos, pero uno solo es suficiente. 5) Anotarse para Platicas Pre-Bautismales. 6) Anotar la Fecha de Bautismo. ANDAREMOS COMO OVEJAS SIN PASTOR? Mucha gente seguía a Jesús porque, al escucharlo, su corazón se llenaba de paz y de esperanza. A pesar del esfuerzo que le implicaba atenderlos, a tal grado de que no les dejaban tiempo ni para comer, Jesús se compadeció de ellos, porque andaban como ovejas sin pastor. Si nosotros no buscamos los momentos y los lugares para estar con Jesús, entonces dejaremos un hueco en nuestro corazón que seguramente será ocupado por pensamientos y deseos que poco a poco nos vayan alejando de la amistad con Dios y nos lleven a cometer actos negativos Sera mejor que hallemos el tiempo y el sitio adecuados para encontrarnos con Jesús, nuestro único pastor.