Welcome to Corpus Christi! Felices Pascuas! Happy Easter!

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Office Hours- Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 9-5

(Closed for Lunch) Please call before coming to

the office. Mass Schedule Saturday (vigil): 4:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am, 11:30 am (Spanish) Weekdays: Wednesday 9:00 am Thursday 9:00 am Friday 12:10 pm Confessions Saturdays 3:00-3:30 pm or by appt. Confesiones cada sábado de 3:00 a 3:30 pm Baptisms Preparation Class required, call for an

appointment Sacrament of Holy Matrimony 6 months advance preparation, call for an

appointment Anointing of the Sick By appointment, please call

the office

Holy Days of Obligation Times vary– please check the

schedule—regularly sched-uled daily Mass is usually cancelled Parish Email-generaloffice@

ccchurchcc.org Parish Website- www.ccchurchcc.org

Welcome to Corpus Christi!

¡Felices Pascuas!

Happy Easter!

Corpus Christi Catholic Community

3597 N. Sunridge Drive, Carson City, NV 89705 x (775) 267-3200

Pastor- Rev. Father James J. Setelik, Jr.

Second Sunday

of Easter

April 3, 2016

Receptionist- Susan Zampirro

Pastoral Assistant (DRE, Youth Minister, Ministry Development, Facilities Director, Art and Environment) - Karen Smeath


Palm Sunday Collection/ Colecta Semanal Regular $3017.00 Project Completion $1,066.00 Thank You ! ¡Gracias!

Reflection of the Week

The purpose of Sacred Scripture is in part to teach us about the faith, to provide to us what the Church calls “divine revelation.” Our Second Reading from the Book of Revelation provides insights of which we need to be aware. The name of this Book – Revelation – is derived from the very first words of the Book, which are “The revelation of Jesus Christ…”

Written in Greek, the word translated as “revelation” is apokalypsis, meaning “unveiling” or indeed “revelation.” As indicated in today’s reading this book is written by “John…on the island called Patmos.” Our Catholic tradition tells us that this is John the Apostle, although scholars sometimes disagree with that assessment and conclusion. We do nonetheless know what and where Patmos is.

The Island of Patmos was the Roman Empire’s version of Alcatraz Island, a place where some were exiled and forced to work in the marble quarries found there. Ten miles long and six miles wide, Patmos has been described as lonely and desolate. Yet for John, the writer of this Book, it does not separate him from God or from his fellow Christians. He describes in today’s narrative the revelation which came to him there, but to experience such a revelation he had to be aware and open to the Words of the Lord.

We may at times feel just as exiled, just as lonely, but if we remain open and conscious of God’s presence, we, too may find solace and comfort and instructions. That is what being a steward is all about — being attentive to what God is saying to us.

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Gifts to God...Have You Given Yours?

Please add the following to our monthly “pray

for” list in our Just for You newsletter…..

†Alex Andrae, Patricia Kast Minshew (military), †Rita Tumbusch., †Olive Thielbar, Jennifer Picasso(military), Eric

Elliott, Jeannie Adams, †Lana Gibbs, Billy Gibbs, Bob Smeath., Ann & Tom Maccarrone, Shane Marin., Steven

& Josephine Horvath, Cecilia Horvath., Hal Minshew, Wayne H. Jones, Arley McBride, Tom Minshew.

Call the office if you wish to add someone to our prayer list including; our military and members of our parish family and friends

who are sick or who have passed away recently.


Corpus Christi Catholic Book Club

Next Meeting:

Tuesday, April 19, at 6:30 p.m.

Book Selection: A Time of Renewal: Daily Reflections

for the Lenten Season by Mother Mary Francis, P.C.C.

THE ICON STAND VOTIVE CANDLE is burning this week for our Youth Ministry

THE SANCTUARY LAMP CANDLE is burning this week for our Religious Education Ministry

Knights of the Holy Eucharist

Attention, single Catholic men 18-30: The Knights of the Holy Eucharist, a community of consecrated brothers dedicated to fostering reverent devotion to Our Eucharistic Lord, invite you to discern your vocation at their House of Formation, located at

the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacramento in Hanceville, Alabama. Learn more at knights.org or call 541-375-0195.

Holy Father’s Prayer Intentions April 2016

Universal: Small Farmers—That small farmers may

reeive a just reward for their precious labor.

Evangelization: African Christians—That Christians in

Africa may give witness to love and faith in Jesus Christ amid political–religious conflicts.


Members of the Spanish Mass invite all

parishioners to a Potluck on

Saturday, April 3rd at 1:00 pm

Please bring a dish to share and join in the

fellowship of our Parish Community.

Pilgrimage Around the Diocese

During the Year of Mercy, the Diocese of Reno is encouraging a pilgrimage to various parishes around our diocese. The Passbooks are available in the office for a small $2.00 fee. There are two options and at each parish you receive a seal. Once completed, the pilgrim presents it to the Bishop’s office and may receive a plenary indulgence.


Sunday’s Readings

First Reading — The apostles perform many signs and

wonders among the people. Many are added to their numbers (Acts 5:12-16).

Psalm — Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love is

everlasting (Psalm 118).

Second Reading — John, caught up in the spirit, envisions

the glorified Lord, the first and the last, the one who lives (Revelation 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19).

Gospel — The risen Christ comes to his disciples with peace

and the Spirit. The absent Thomas doubts (John 20:19-31). The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.

Lecturas Dominicales

Primera lectura — Los apóstoles hacen muchas señales y

maravillas entre la gente. (Hch 5:12-16).

Salmo — La misericordia del Señor es eterna. Aleluya

(Salmo 118 [117]).

Segunda lectura — Juan, contagiado por el Espíritu, tiene

una visión del Señor glorificado (Apocalipsis 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19).

Evangelio — Jesús resucitado visita a los discípulos con

su paz y con el Espíritu. Tomás, ausente, duda de la aparición de Jesús (Juan 20:19-31).

Salmo responsorial: Leccionario I © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.


Monday: Is 7:10-14, 8:10; Ps 40:7-11; Heb 10:4-10; Lk 1:26-38 Tuesday: Acts 4:32-37; Ps 93:1-2, 5; Jn 3:7b-15 Wednesday: Acts 5:17-26; Ps 34:2-9; Jn 3:16-21 Thursday: Acts 5:27-33; Ps 34:2, 9, 17-20; Jn 3:31-36 Friday: Acts 5:34-42; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Jn 6:1-15 Saturday: Acts 6:1-7; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 18-19; Jn 6:16-21 Sunday: Acts 5:27-32, 40b-41; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13; Rv 5:11-14; Jn 21:1-19 [1-14]


Sunday: Second Sunday of Easter (or of Divine Mercy)

Monday: The Annunciation of the Lord Tuesday: St. Vincent Ferrer Thursday: St. John Baptist de la Salle


We return to our reflections on the rites of marriage with a brief consideration of reforms from the Council of Trent. When the Protestant Reformation took hold, the fairly recent achievements of the Church in regard to the sacrament of marriage were reviewed with a critical, reforming eye. In general, Protestants returned to an earlier view that marriage was a civil matter, although some said that the civil society had to be in harmony with Christian teaching. In the Catholic Church, the Council of Trent took the question up in 1563, and decided to shore up its teaching on the sacramentality of marriage. They identified many threats to this, including secret marriages and easy divorce. So they enacted laws that still govern our practice today: to be valid, marriage consent must be exchanged in the presence of a priest and two witnesses. Ever since Trent, marriages must also be announced three weeks in advance to the community, and recorded in a register. In some places in the world, the “banns” are still posted in the public square. In the United States, parishes sometimes publish the “banns” in the bulletin.

Anyone who has ever watched a soap opera has seen the standard scene of a minister announcing gravely, “If there is anyone here present who sees any reason why these two should not be married . . .” This bit of drama has no place in the Catholic liturgy, but survives among Protestants who broke with us before Trent edited this cliff-hanger out of our public prayer.

—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.


La Iglesia católica es universal, extendida en diversas naciones y culturas. A través de los siglos estas culturas han enriquecido la Tradición de la Iglesia con muchas tradiciones y devociones que van más allá de su cultura de origen. La fiesta de la Divina Misericordia es un buen ejemplo. Viene de una devoción que nació en Polonia con la Hermana Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938) canonizada en el 2000.

La devoción a la Divina Misericordia se celebra el Segundo Domingo de Pascua y durante todo el año orando la Coronilla de la Divina Misericordia. En latinoamérica se ha ido extendiendo esta devoción desde 1978 cuando fue aprobada por el Papa Paulo VI. En todas partes se puede encontrar la imagen de la Divina Misericordia, Jesús de pie con rayos rojos y blanco-azules que brillan desde su corazón hacia el mundo. Lleva el lema: Jesús, confío en ti.

La finalidad de esta devoción es recordar al pecador que la misericordia de Dios es infinita e inagotable. Es una misericordia que debemos imitar para que la paz pueda reinar en nuestros corazones y en nuestra tierra.

—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: Is 7:10-14, 8:10; Sal 40 (39):7-11; Heb 10:4-10; Lc 1:26-38 Martes: Hch 4:32-37; Sal 93 (92):1-2, 5; Jn 3:7b-15 Miércoles: Hch 5:17-26; Sal 34 (33):2-9; Jn 3:16-21 Jueves: Hch 5:27-33; Sal 34 (33):2, 9, 17-20; Jn 3:31-36 Viernes: Hch 5:34-42; Sal 27 (26):1, 4, 13-14; Jn 6:1-15 Sábado: Hch 6:1-7; Sal 33 (32):1-2, 4-5, 18-19; Jn 6:16-21 Domingo: Hch 5:27-32, 40b-41; Sal 30 (29):2, 4-6, 11-13; Ap 5:11-14; Jn 21:1-19 [1-14]


Domingo: Segundo Domingo de Pascua; (Domingo de la Divina Misericordia) Lunes: La Anunciación del Señor

Martes: San Vicente Ferrer


This Week at /Esta Semana

Corpus Christi

Wednesday—April 6

9:00 am— Karessa Parsons by her family

Thursday— April 7

9:00 am— All Souls Intentions

Friday—April 8

12:10 pm—†Chris Bukowy by his parents

Saturday—April 9—3rd Sunday of Easter (vigil)

4:00 pm—†Evelyn Anderson by Bonita Schmid

Sunday—April 10—abril 10—3rd Sunday of Easter/ 3º Domingo de Pascua

9:00 am—†Mary Zamora by the Mease Family 11:30 pm - People of the Parish

Minister Schedule/

Horario de los Ministerios

Saturday 4:00 p.m.

EM – Phyllis Zink, Deborah Lundberg, Cecilia Kness Lector - Christine Carmazzi

Sunday 9:00 a.m. EM – Jeff Smeath, Ann McGregor

Lector – Ray Finnegan Sunday 11:30 a.m.

M.E. – Catalina Diaz y Faustino Segura Lectóra - Catalina Diaz

The Jacks Valley Elementary School

Thank you for all your donations.

The next date is the weekend of April 9-10.

Around the Diocese

Around the Diocese

Comstock Costume BASH Bishop Manogue Catholic High School

April 9, 2016

Catholic Professional & Business Group Breakfast at the Silver Legacy with Anne Hendershott

of Franciscan University in Steubenville April 14, 7—8:30 am

Christ the King Passionist Retreat Center Men’s Retreat

April 15-17

Knights of Columbus Fundraiser Scramble Genoa Lakes Golf Club

Friday, April 15, 2016

St. Gall Women’s Society Luncheon, Fashion Show & Expo Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 11 to 4

Camp Joshua for High School Students April 22-24, 2016

Calling all Pro-Life High School Students to train to become the pro-life leaders of tomorrow.

Introduction to Centering Prayer Workshop Our Lady of the Snows, April 23rd, 9:00 am—2:00pm

An Inside Look at a Teen’s Life A presentation led by Sr. Kathleen Bryant, R.S.C. Our Lady of the Snows Parish Center, Grades 6-12

Saturday, April 30, 9:30am—12.00 noon Casa de Vida Mother’s Day Luncheon

Eldorado Convention Center May 5, 11:30am to 1:00 pm

See the entry for more information on most of these including flyers from NAMI and English as a Second Language.

Vocation Discernment Group

To aid men discerning a vocation to the priesthood. The group meets every other month on Thursdays, 6pm, at the

Pastoral Center (290 S. Arlington Av, Reno) Thursday, April 28, 2016

They will also have meetings available online for those who cannot be in Reno.

Please see the entry for more information or email Fr. Bob Chorey at bobc@catholicreno.org.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend

Married Couples

A Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend is a gift for your spouse. It’s a breath of fresh air, the rebirth of romance and new

beginnings. If you’d like to make your marriage even more special than it already is—register now! The next weekend dates is June in Sacramento, August 19-21 in Sacramento, October

7-9 in Reno & November 4-6 in Sacramento

Early registration is highly recommended. For more information visit our website at: http://www.sacramentowwme.org or contact Terry & Janet at applications@sacramentowwme.org or



Respect Life

Respect Life is praying across from the West End Abortion Clinic at 5915 Tyrone Rd in Reno twice a month. Directions: From Business US 395, turn east on Neil Rd., Turn right at Meadow Wood Ln, then turn right onto Tyrone Rd

If you are interested in praying with us, please call Lori at 885-6880.

“You may be thinking, ‘I don’t deserve to be forgiven. My sins are too great!’ Thankfully, God’s love is greater than all the sins of all time. Jesus offers his grace and forgiveness to every repentant heart.”

www.hopeafterabortion.com “Project Rachel: Peace Starts Here” www.goo.gl/Fa65Az

“Quizás pienses: “No merezco ser perdonada. Mis pecados son demasiado graves”. Sin embargo, el amor de Dios supera todos los pecados del mundo. Jesús les ofrece su gracia y su perdón a todos los corazones arrepentidos”.

www.esperanzaposaborto.org “Proyecto Raquel: La paz comienza aquí” www.goo.gl/qIxw7C

St. Benedict Society - Sunday

April 3rd at 4:00 pm

Knights of Columbus - normally the 1st

Wednesday of each month - 7:00 pm

Next date: April 6th

Catholic Daughters - usually the 3rd

Wednesday of each month at 4:00 pm No

meetings in July and August

Next date: April 20

Next Bake Sale: April 23-24, 2016

Rosary normally held every

Wednesday and Thursday

after Daily Mass and

Friday at 11:20 am.

Eucharistic Adoration

usually held on the first Friday.

from 10:45 - 11:45 a.m.

Next date: May 6th

Corpus Christi Information

Altar Servers/Acólitos Contact Parish Office Youth Ministry/ Grupo de Jóvenes Terrie Juchtzer-Youth Minister (The Club)

Contact Parish Office Hands of Christ/Ministry to Sick Las Manos de Cristo/A Los Enfermos

Contact Parish Office Convalescent Home Coordinator

Terrie Juchtzer

Minister Scheduling/La Programación de Ministerios Charlie Muller - 220-6242

Claudia Morales (en español) Spanish Baptism Classes Rodolfo y Evangelina Velasco Pastoral Council/El Consejo Parroquial

Contact Parish Office Knights of Columbus Chris Thomsen - Grand Knight

Adult Conversion Classes/ Los Sacramentos de los Adultos

Father Jim- Parish Office Respect Life Committee/ El Comité de Respeto por la Vida

Lori Courtney - 885-6880 Catholic Daughters/Las Hijas Católicas

Joan Wong-Regent

Rosary Maker’s Guild/Maniobra de Rosarios Cindy Pardini - Parish Office

St. Benedict Society/La Sociedad de San Benito Jeff Smeath- Minister - 742-6199

Hispanic Marriage Encounter/ Encuentro Matrimonial Hispano

Rodolfo y Evangelina Velasco Boy Scout/Girl Scout Information

Marty Schwedhelm 250-9564 Susan Zampirro 882-7523





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