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Las Guías de Adoración incluyen la música, respuestas, lecturas y las oraciones para cada Misa.


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Weekly Bulletin

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Lectio divina is a method of prayer from the monastic tradition of Christianity. It is translated as “holy reading,” “divine reading”, “meditative reading,” or “spiritual reading.”

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Ignatian contemplation is a very active way of praying that engages the mind and heart and stirs up thoughts and emotions and is suited especially for the Gospels.

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Weekly Reflection

Holy Spirit Guide Us to Peace

05-20-2022We Celebrate Worship Resource, Vol. 47, No. 2

We will... make our dwelling with him (or her)” (John 14:23), Jesus promises his disciples in his conversation with them at he Last Supper. He tells them that the Holy Spirit will come after he leaves. The Holy Spirit dwells with us, guides us, counsels us, advocates for us, and gives us peace. The leaders of the early church relied on the Holy Spirit when facing issues Jesus had not explicitly addressed. For instance, Paul and Barnabas asked them to decided what Jewish practices were necessary for Gentile Christians. A requirement of circumcision would have been a burden to men with no tradition of the practice. More significantly, it relegated women to second-class status. Guided by the Holy Spirit, the decision they made brought peace to the newly baptized Gentiles. Two thousand years later, the Holy Spirit still dwells with us and guides us. May we allow the Holy Spirit to guide us to peace, the peace that Jesus gave to his disciples with some of the last words before he died and in his first words to them after he rose.

How can you bring the peace of the Holy Spirit to your family, your community, and the world?

Espíritu Santo Guíanos hacia la Paz

"Haremos... haremos nuestra morada con él (o ella)” (Juan 14:23), Jesús promete a sus discípulos en su conversación con ellos en la Última Cena. Él les dice que el Espíritu Santo vendrá después de que él se vaya. El Espíritu Santo mora con nosotros, nos guía, nos aconseja, nos aboga y nos da la paz. Los líderes de la iglesia primitiva confiaban en el Espíritu Santo cuando enfrentaban problemas que Jesús no había abordado explícitamente. Por ejemplo, Pablo y Bernabé les pidieron que decidieran qué prácticas judías eran necesarias para los cristianos gentiles. Un requisito de la circuncisión habría sido una carga para los hombres sin tradición de la práctica. Más significativamente, relegó a las mujeres a un estatus de segunda clase. Guiados por el Espíritu Santo, la decisión que tomaron trajo paz a los gentiles recién bautizados. Dos mil años después, el Espíritu Santo todavía mora con nosotros y nos guía. Permitamos que el Espíritu Santo nos guíe hacia la paz, la paz que Jesús les dio a sus discípulos con algunas de sus últimas palabras antes de morir y en sus primeras palabras después de resucitar.

¿Cómo puedes traer la paz del Espíritu Santo a tu familia, tu comunidad y el mundo?



Bulletin Advertisments/ Anuncios en el Boletín

Please support those local businesses that advertise in our bulletin. Their advertisements allow us to provide you with a weekly bulletin, which describe our many parish activities. If you wish to place an advertisement in our bulletin, please contact Carlos Marulanda at Diocesan Publications at 954-815-1693.


Construction Mission in the Dominican Republic

HELP the Mission Office with building 41 houses in our Sister Diocese of San Juan de la Maguana. Join us and help change lives. Trips limited to 10 volunteers due to COVID-19 safety protocols. Adults must be at least 20 years old.

For more information: Zwamy Parra at 407-246-4890; zparra@orlandodiocese.org


Daily Reflection: Easter to Pentecost

The new Daily Reflections books for Easter are now available in English and Spanish. Get yours today at the Gift Store or Parish Office. Only $1.00 each.

Los NUEVOS libros de Reflexiones Diarias para Pascua ahora están disponibles en inglés y en español. Obtén el tuyo en la Tiendita o en la Oficina Parroquial. Solo $1.00.

Formed Live: The Holy Spirit in the Light of Pentecosta

On June 5th we celebrate the Solemnity of Pentecost, often referred to as the birth of the Church. Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Ben Akers as they discuss Christ’s sending of the Holy Spirit in this monumental event. After watching, you’ll recognize the meaning of Pentecost for our lives today.

In Honor of Deceased Veterans

The Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree, will be honoring all deceased Veterans of military service at all Masses on Memorial Day weekend, May 28-29. If you would like to remember a loved one who has served our country, please submit their name(s) on the form on the bulletin from Sun, May 15, and drop it in the collection basket, or bring, or mail it to the church office no later than Thu, May 26.

St. Francis Maintenance Worker Needed

This is a part-time position with possibility of full-time. If interested, please apply at https://recruiting.paylocity.com/.

Catholic Communication Campaign

Add Sat, May 28 - Sun, May 29

Our special collection next weekend supports the Catholic Communication Campaign. This campaign engages and builds Catholic communities using the internet, television, radio, and print media.


Parish Office Closed

Add Mon, May 30

The Parish Office will be CLOSED Memorial Day, Mon, May 30.

La Oficina Parroquial estará CERRADA el lunes, 30 de mayo.