Church of the Epiphany
The Most Holy Trinity
May 18th, 2008 Bulletin


Meetings This Week

Sunday, May 18

9:00am CAF Knights of Columbus
11:00am RH RCIA
12:15pm CHP Guitar Lessons
1:00 pmYM Latino Youth Group
2:00pm CAF Filipino Society
2:30pm CH Baptisms
6:30pm CH Flores de Mayo


Monday, May 19

11:00an CH School: Grandparents’ Day Mass
5:00pm CRY Legion of Mary5:00pm LIB Alliance Meeting
5:30pm CAF Sports Nights for Boys Basketball grades 6,7,and 8
6:00pm CH Flores de Mayo
8:00pm DR Grupo Progreso


Tuesday, May 20

8:00am OCH Over 50’s Casino Trip
5:00pm RH Youth Ministry
6:00pm CH Flores de Mayo
7:00pm 7W Talleres de Oracion y Vida
7:00pm CAF Knights of Columbus


Wednesday, May 21

6:00pm CH Flores de Mayo
6:30pm CH School Spring Concert
8:00pm DR Grupo Progreso


Thursday, May 22

6:00pm CH Flores de Mayo
7:00pm CAF Grupo de Oracion
7:00 pmYM Latino Youth Group
8:00pm DR AA (English)


Friday, May 23

6:00pm CH Flores de Mayo
6:00pm CAF Youth MInistry’s End of the Year Dance


Saturday, May 24

11:00am CH Baptisms
4:00pm CH Confessions
6:30pm CH Flores de Mayo
8:00pm DR Grupo Progreso


Sunday, May 25

12:15pm CHP Guitar Lessons
1:00pm YM Latino Youth Group
2:00pm RH Filipino Consul. Board
2:30pm CH Baptisms
6:30pm CH Flores de Mayo


Mass Intentions

Sunday, May 18

6:30am Francisco Gilbuena
8:30am People of the Parish
10:00am Julian Panopio
11:30am Enrique Roman
1:00pm Lety Aquino
5:30pm Georgia McLaughlin


Monday, May 19

6:30am Marie Reinhardt
8:00am
Community Mass:

Willy Giron


Tuesday, May 20

6:30am Evelyn C. Grossmann
8:00am Jacinta Astudillo & Bernardino Abad


Wednesday, May 21

6:30am Juana Cabahug
8:00am Jerome Lippi


Thursday, May 22

6:30am Emily Quigley
8:00am Desmond Family


Friday, May 23

6:30am Msgr. Charles Durkin
8:00am Lucia Agpoon


Saturday, May 24

8:00am Lina Bilotta
5:30pm Eduardo Bautista


Sunday, May 25

6:30am Thanksgiving: Ana Luz Cierra
8:30am Juvencio Javinas
10:00am Elizabeth Tyrpin
11:30am Carmen Chia
1:00pm Emilio Bumanglag
5:30pm Lester & Catherine Callaghan


Pray for the Sick

Carolina R. Alonzo
Connie Anderson
Mary Anduha
Richard Anduha
Olga Anley
Arnold & Allyson Artes
Marie Buccaellato
Nathan Carzon
Crystal Chan
Bro. Haig M. Charshaf
Fanny Cruz
Magdalena A. David
Charito Garcia
Jeremy Gillikin
Dennis Gillikin

Mary Elizabeth Green
Guillermo Guillen
Jerardo Ibarra
Enrique Monroy
Elvira Navarro
Mamerto Nieto
James Peter
Peg Philpott
Dolores Quattrin
Robert Reyes
Anthony Trejo
Mila Viterbo

To keep these names on the list,
please notify us every 2 weeks
.


Pray for the Dead

All those who have died from violence this past week.

Josefina Arcilla
Edward Bennett
Henry Lee Jones
Felicidad Jose



News from the Church of the Epiphany

Coming Up Soon


How Did you hear the Good News Today?

Next week’s collection supports the Bishops’ CATHOLIC COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGN (CCC). For more than 25 years, the CCC has been spreading the Gospel message locally and nationally on radio, television , in print, and on the Internet. It is only through donations from Catholic parishioners that the work of the CCC is possible. Please contribute generously to the Campaign in the upcoming parish collection. Half of the collection will remain in our (arch)diocese to fund local Catholic communication efforts.

Visit www.CatholicCommunicationCampaign.org for national program information. The Catholic Communication Campaign—it’s how the Good News gets around.


Cache Creek Casino

The Over 50 Club invites you to join them on Tuesday, May 20th to Cache Creek Casino. The cost is $26 per person with bonuses. For reservations please call Steve at (415) 239-7740.
The bus will leave at 9:00am exactly from Italy & Naples Streets.


Feather Falls Casino

The Grupo Hispano invites you all to Feather Falls Casino on Saturday, May 31st. The cost is $17 per person with $10 cash-back. The bus will depart from Italy & Naples at 7:00am sharp.
For information and reservations, please call Maria Elena (415) 585-7878.


Today’s Second Collection

This week’s second collection is for our Religious Education Program.


Next Week’s Second Collection

Our second collection next week is for the Catholic Communication Campaign


Last Week’s Collection Totals

Offertory: $9,091.73
AAA Collection: $3,249.83


Announcements

Sports Awards Night

Congratulations to all our athletes for a fun sports year! Pizza and soft drinks will be sold between 5:30pm-8:00pm in our cafeteria. There will be three different dates,according to grades:

*Boys Basketball for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade will be on Monday, May 19th.
*Boys Basketball for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades will be on Tuesday, May 27th.
*Boys & Girls Baseball for Kinder- 8th grade will be on Monday, June 9th.

All proceeds support our athletic programs.


“ Fingerprinting Frenzy”

We need all our volunteers fingerprinted!

If you help in any of our ministries e.i. a coach or assistant coach, a catechist, help with Children’s Liturgy, volunteer at the school, or are anyone who has contact with minors, we need to have you fingerprinted in order to be in compliance with the Archdiocese.

This process is mandatory for School employees and for Parish employees and volunteers with on-going, unsupervised contact with minors.

Where: at Epiphany’s Nano Nagle Hall
When: Friday, May 30 from 12noon to 8pm & Tuesday, June 3 from 12noon to 8pm.


Spring On-Air Pledge Drive

Immaculate Heart Radio will have an on-air pledge drive from May 20 to May 22 each day from 6am-6pm at Mater Dolorosa School in So.San Francisco.

Help is needed to answer phones, run errands or help with hospitality.
Please call Debora at (916) 535-0500 ext. 221 or email:
dheinrichs@ihradio.org


2009 Mass Intentions

The Mass Intention Calendar for 2009 will open on Monday, June 2nd at 9:00am. Only one intention will be taken per Mass except for Community Masses, which are held every Monday at 8:00am. In order to accommodate all our parishioner’s requests, we are limiting requests to 10 per person.

Forms are available at the Parish Office.
Please note that ALL requests must be made in person.


For Your Information

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE:

To date, $928,227.96 has been pledged. Of that pledged amount, $244,983.25 has been received.
Thank you for your continued commitment to help us reduce our interest payments and to help move our vital programs and services forward!


Archbishop’s Annual Appeal:

Thank you to all those who have returned their Archbishop’s Annual Appeal pledges and donations. As of last week, we have reached 28.5% or $24,000.00 of our assigned goal, which is $84,800.00 If you have not received a letter or a brochure, please pick one up at any entrance of the church.


Make Sunday your Family Day

Weekly family routines can be busy. Between homework, practices, and lessons, many families even find it difficult to sit down for a family meal each day. Sundays are often no different, yet, God intended Sunday to be the day when we rest and reconnect with our greatest blessings. Try these tips for making Sunday your Family Day.

Sunday morning, light a candle and announce that Family Day has begun. If you can do so safely, let it burn all day to remind everyone that God wants us to rest and keep Sunday holy. (Of course, never leave a burning candle unattended.) Make breakfast the night before and put it out so you can all eat together.

Pick a Mass time that everyone can make. Play sacred music while getting dressed.

After Mass, take a walk together, play games, or watch a movie. No matter what you do, try to do it together. No work. No chores.

After dinner, blow out the “Sunday Candle” and feel ready to face the week ahead.


Reflections GOSPEL: John 3:16-18


In today’s gospel reading, Jesus is speaking to a Pharisee named Nicodemus. Nicodemus has come to consult Jesus because he recognizes that Jesus is a great teacher sent by God. However, Nicodemus has not yet recognized that Jesus is the Son of God, who has come to save all who believe in him. Those who hear Jesus and accept his word will have eternal life.

1.) There is a saying, “God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.” And in a way, there is only “one of us.” Each one of us is unique. As the song says, “There Will Never Be Another You.” Fill in your own name in each of the blank spaces:

God so loved ________________ that he gave his only Son, that ___________________, who believes in him, may have eternal life. God did not send the Son to ________________ to condemn him/her, but that ________________ might be saved through him.

What is your response to this message? How can you share it with others?