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JANUARY 24, 2021 THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME FATHER’S NOTEBOOK

Weekly Updates from Fr. Khoi | p. 2

PRAY FOR THE SICK!

Please pray for those who are sick or troubled. | p.5

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

St. Thomas Food Pantry & St.

Thomas Aquinas Store | p.8

CCE/YOUTH

CCE Home Catechesis/Youth Important Dates! | p.9

ARCHDIOCESE OF GALVESTON-HOUSTON

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Cuaderno del Padre Father’s Notebook

Greetings brothers and sisters,

As everyone is coming back from winter break and beginning another season of work and school, the parish life is also beginning up again. Youth Group and

Sacramental prep is beginning, and we are beginning the liturgical season of Ordinary Time. It can seem like

“Ordinary Time” is simply “business as usual” and that we can move away from the focus of Christmas and the birth of Christ or put off thinking about Lent and Easter with the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ, but that would be mistaken.

I find myself easily distracted the most during Ordinary Time from what God is doing in my life. When I was in seminary, it was an intense time of formation and growth. We lived at the seminary and had morning and evening prayer every day, as well as daily Mass. Then we had communal meals together, and had class during the day and formation meetings in the evening. You can say our whole life was structured and intentional. And for me the real test of whether God was truly forming me into a better person, into a holy seminarian, would be when the seminary had breaks for winter or summer. It was on Christmas break, when I had to leave the seminary and go home, and all the obligations and schedules of the seminary were put aside, that I got to see if I could still live a life close to the Lord and have time for prayer, Mass and spiritual growth, as well as much needed rest and play.

Yet if I was honest, often time, breaks would be a serious awakening of how much I had not integrated my life with my faith and relationship with God and how much more I still needed to work at forming those virtues still (with the grace of God, of course).

Brothers and sisters, Ordinary Time I think, is analogous for most Christians as my breaks were for seminary. As we move away from a focus of Christ birth and his presence in the world (Advent and Christmas), do we lose awareness his presence completely? Because it is not yet Lent and Easter, do I not recognize the power of the Cross and Resurrection occurring in my life now? Each year the Church gives us cycles of seasons that focus on different aspects of Christ and his saving work in the world to help us integrate the truth of the Christian way of life more deeply in our hearts. I pray that in the following weeks, you continue to carry the presence of Christ in the world with you and that you never lose sight of Him in the ordinary happenings of everyday life. You are in my prayers this week.

Pax Christi,

Fr. Khoi

Saludos hermanos y hermanas,

A medida que todos regresan de las vacaciones de invierno y comienzan otra temporada de trabajo y escuela, la vida parroquial también está comenzando nuevamente. El Grupo de Jóvenes y la preparación sacramental están comenzando, y estamos comenzando la temporada litúrgica del Tiempo Ordinario. Puede parecer que “Tiempo Ordinario” es simplemente “negocios como siempre” y que podemos alejarnos del enfoque de la Navidad y el nacimiento de Cristo o dejar de pensar en la Cuaresma y la Pascua con la Pasión, Muerte y Resurrección de Cristo, pero eso estaría equivocado.

Me encuentro más fácilmente distraído durante el Tiempo Ordinario de lo que Dios está haciendo en mi vida. Cuando estaba en el seminario, fue un tiempo intenso de formación y crecimiento. Vivíamos en el seminario y teníamos la oración matutina y vespertina todos los días, así como la misa diaria.

Luego comíamos juntos y teníamos clases durante el día y reuniones de formación por la noche. Se puede decir que toda nuestra vida fue estructurada e intencionada. Y para mí, la verdadera prueba de si Dios realmente me estaba

formando en una mejor persona, en un santo seminarista, sería cuando el seminario tuviera descansos para el invierno o el verano. Fue en las vacaciones de Navidad, cuando tuve que dejar el seminario e irme a casa, y dejar de lado todas las obligaciones y horarios del seminario, ahí pude ver si todavía podía vivir una vida cerca del Señor y tener tiempo para orar, Misa y crecimiento espiritual, así como descansar lo

necesario y jugar.

Sin embargo, si fuera honesto, a menudo, los descansos serían un serio despertar de cuánto no había integrado mi Fe y mi relación con Dios a mi vida y cuánto más aún necesitaba trabajar para formar esas virtudes todavía (con la gracia de Dios, por supuesto).

Hermanos y hermanas, creo que el tiempo ordinario es semejante para la mayoría de los cristianos como lo fueron mis descansos para el seminario. Al alejarnos del enfoque del nacimiento de Cristo y su presencia en el mundo (Adviento y Navidad), ¿perdemos conciencia de su presencia por completo? Por qué no es aún no es Cuaresma y Pascua, ¿no reconozco el poder de la Cruz y la Resurrección que está ocurriendo en mi vida ahora? Cada año, la Iglesia nos da ciclos de estaciones que se enfocan en diferentes aspectos de Cristo y su obra salvadora en el mundo para ayudarnos a integrar la verdad del estilo de la vida cristiana más

profundamente en nuestros corazones. Oro para que en las siguientes semanas continúes llevando contigo la presencia de Cristo en el mundo y que nunca lo pierdas de vista en los acontecimientos ordinarios de la vida diaria. Estás en mis oraciones esta semana.

Pax Christi,

Padre Khoi

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Father’s Notebook 2

Weekly Calendar | Adoration 5

January Calendar of Events 6

St. Thomas Food Pantry

& Aquinas Store 8

Faith Formation|Tomics 9

Stewardship |Trinity of Hope Campaign 10

Get Connected 11

PARISH STAFF (PERSONAL ADMINISTRATIVO):

Pastor: Rev. Khoi Le, kle@mhtangleton.org

Deacons: Dcn. Robert Ward, rlc_bones21@yahoo.com Dcn. Luis Hernandez, lhernandez@mhtangleton.org Pastoral Associate: Cheryl Scott, cscott@mhtangleton.org Receptionist: Jessica Morales Cruz,

receptionist@mhtangleton.org Secretary to Pastor | Bulletin:

Christie Perez, cperez@mhtangleton.org Bookkeeper: Annie Damian, adamian@mhtangleton.org Music Director: Mary Phillips, mphillips@mhtangleton.org CCE Coordinator: Norma Mata, nmata@mhtangleton.org Adore Youth Ministry:

Amber Forness, amber@adoreministries.com Rachel Dedas, rachel@adoreministries.com Parish Outreach Coordinator (St. Thomas Center):

Esther Lara, elara@mhtangleton.org (Food Pantry) Rose Acuna, racuna@mhtangleton.org (Aquinas Store) Maintenance: Tom Wilde

PARISH OFFICE (OFICINA PARROQUIAL):

1713 N Tinsley St., Angleton, Texas 77515 www.mhtangleton.org

Office open Mon.—Fri.

(closed for lunch / oficina cerrada 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM) Monday-Thursday

(Lunes-Jueves)

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday (Viernes)

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

(closed for lunch / oficina cerrada 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM) Church Office (Oficina Parroquial) ... (979) 849-2421 Church Fax ... ....(979) 849-2425 Sacramental Emergency (Emergencias)……….(979) 583-4040 Email ... ccang@mhtangleton.org

MOST HOLY TRINITY OUTREACH MINISTRY

St. Thomas Food Pantry

“A Sanctuary of Caring, Offering Help, Creating Hope.”

415 South Erskine, Angleton, Texas 77515

STC Main ... (979) 849-9458 STC Fax ... (979) 848-3146 STC Email ... st.thomas@mhtangleton.org FOOD PANTRY:

Mon-Thurs: 8 AM—12 PM

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

AQUINAS RESALE SHOP: Open Wed-Fri 10 AM—3 PM. 1st Sat. of the month from 10 AM—3 PM.

SNAP Assistance: SUSPENED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

SUNDAY MASSES (MISAS DOMINICALES)

Masks are required.

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM—English (Seniors 60+ only)

Sunday: 8:00 AM—Español (Livestreamed) 10:00 AM— English (Livestreamed) 6:30 PM—English

DAILY MASS (MISA DIARIA) - LIVESTREAMED Mon |Thurs | Fri: 8:10 AM English—No Tuesday Mass Wednesday: 12:00 PM |Thursday: 6:15 PM Español Saturday (Mass for Vocations): 9:00 AM English

CONFESSIONS (CONFESIONES) Thursday: 5:00 PM—6:00 PM English & Español Saturday: 3:30 PM—4:30 PM English & Español EUCHARISTIC ADORATION (ADORACIÓN) Mon |Tue |Fri: 1:00 PM—7:00 PM

Wed |Thurs: 1:00 PM—6:00 PM

Sat: 7:30am – 8:30am for Vocations Masks are mandatory before entering the church.

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MASS INTENTIONS: JAN. 25-JAN. 31

Saturday/ Sábado, January 23

9am Mass: Vocations

5pm Mass: Frankie Mosqueda (+)

by grandparents, Ascencion & Josie

Sunday/Domingo, January 24

8am Mass: Antonio Gonzalez Sr. (+)

by wife & Children, Elva, Tony Jr., &

Rosa Jauregui

10am Mass: The People of the Parish (Missa pro populo) 6:30pm Mass: John Saldivar (+)

by wife, Mary & Family

Monday/Lunes, January 25

8:10am Mass: George Prilop (+)

by wife, Dolores

Tuesday/Martes, January 26

Private Mass: Intention of Priest

Wednesday/Miércoles, January 27

12pm Mass: In Thanksgiving for Rudy & Bernadene Stawarczik (+)

by niece, Janie & JD

Thursday/Jueves, January 28

8:10am Mass: Sixta Martinez (+) y Victoriano Tovar (+) por hijo, Hipolito

615pm Mass: Percy Hunter (+) by brother, Philip Hunter

Friday/Viernes, January 29

8:10am Mass: Jose G. Mireles Jr. (+)

by wife Rebecca & Family

Saturday/Sábado, January 30

9am Mass: Vocations

5pm Mass: Lucilla Henderson (+)

by parents, Juan & Mary Ann Longoria

Sunday/Domingo, January 31

8am Mass: Dora Leonila Garcia Curiel (+) y Jose Raymundo Mendiola Garcia (+) y Jose Padilla (+)

by Familia Mendiola Garcia 10am Mass: Eloise Neville Kennedy (+)

by friend, Teresa, Greg & Morgan 6:30pm Mass: The People of the Parish

(Missa pro populo)

SUNDAY MASS ATTENDANCE

Sunday Masses have resumed with an adjusted

schedule. Please see the schedule below as masses are designated by last name or age.

However, please note, the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days has been suspended by the bishop at this time. If you choose to remain at home, you can still participate at Sunday Mass via livestream. The weekday masses are also being live streamed via our parish's Facebook page. Also, the weekday masses have much smaller crowds, if you prefer to attend in person during the week.

REMEMBER: If you are exhibiting any signs or symptoms associated with the coronavirus, or have been exposed to someone who is ill, PLEASE REMAIN AT HOME. This is an act of charity to our friends and neighbors.

Members who are 65 and older are encouraged to stay home during this time, but if you still wish to come to Mass, we ask that you attend the 5:00 p.m. Saturday evening Mass that is designated for those 60 and older.

Masks are mandatory before entering the church. Hand sanitizer must be used upon entering and social

distancing of 6ft must be followed.

Also, gathering in the gathering space is not allowed at this time.

SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE

EVERYONE (not children under 10) at Mass including clergy MUST wear MASKS per Cardinal DiNardo.

Saturday:

5PM Seniors only Mass (60+ ONLY) Sunday:

8AM (Spanish|Español - Livestreamed) 10AM (Livestreamed)

6:30PM

Daily Mass (livestreamed):

8:10AM MThFr

No Tuesday Daily Mass 12PM Wednesday

6:15PM Spanish Mass—Thursday

Adoration Daily (Monday—Friday)

Mon | Tue | Fri: 1:00pm – 7:00pm Wed | Thu: 1:00pm – 6:00pm Sat: 7:30am – 8:30am for Vocations

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THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE

2021 JANUARY 25– JANUARY 31

25 MON

DAILY HOLY MASS

Open Café 8:10 AM—English

3:30 PM—6 PM—St. Basil Hall

26 TUES

NO DAILY HOLY MASS

First Reconciliation Class 5:00 PM—6:30 PM—St. Basil Hall

27 WED

DAILY HOLY MASS First Reconciliation Class Youth Group

12:00 PM—English

5:00 PM—6:30 PM—St. Basil Hall 6:30 PM—8:30 PM—St. Basil Hall

28 THURS

DAILY HOLY MASS

LA SANTA MISA 8:10 AM—English

6:00 PM—En Espanol

29 FRI

DAILY HOLY MASS 8:10 AM—English

30 SAT

Holy Hour for Vocations Holy Mass for Vocations Confessions

HOLY MASS (SUNDAY VIGIL)

7:30 AM—8:30 AM 9:00 AM

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM 5:00 PM—Ages 60+ ONLY

31 SUN

LA SANTA MISA HOLY MASS HOLY MASS

8:00 AM 10:00 AM 6:30 PM

Eucharistic Adoration

(Adoración del Santísimo)

Mon | Tue | Fri: 1:00pm – 7:00pm Wed | Thu: 1:00pm – 6:00pm Sat: 7:30am – 8:30am for Vocations ADORERS NEEDED!

Si desea llenar una hora

Contact Dawn Dedas at dawndedas@gmail.com to sign up for an hour.

LITURGY 101 - FASTING BEFORE HOLY COMMUNION

1. One who is to receive the Most Holy Eucharist is to abstain from any food or drink, with the exception only of water and medicine, for at least the period of one hour before Holy Communion.

2. A priest who celebrates the Most Holy Eucharist two or three times on the same day may take something before the second or third celebration even if the period of one hour does not intervene.

3. Those who are advanced in age or who suffer from any infirmity, as well as those who take care of them, can receive the Most Holy Eucharist even if they have taken something during the previous hour."

- Canon Law of the Catholic Church No. 919

READINGS FOR THE WEEK

Monday: Acts 22:3-16 or Acts 9:1-22/Ps 117:1bc, 2 [Mk 16:15]/Mk 16:15-18

Tuesday: 2 Tm 1:1-8 or Ti 1:1-5/Ps 96:1-2a, 2b- 3, 7-8a, 10 [3]/Mk 3:31-35

Wednesday: Heb 10:11-18/Ps 110:1, 2, 3, 4 [4b]/Mk 4:1-20

Thursday: Heb 10:19-25/Ps 24:1-2, 3-4ab, 5-6 [cf. 6]/Mk 4:21-25

Friday: Heb 10:32-39/Ps 37:3-4, 5-6, 23-24, 39- 40 [39a]/Mk 4:26-34

Saturday: Heb 11:1-2, 8-19/Lk 1:69-70, 71-72, 73-75 [cf. 68]/Mk 4:35-41

Next Sunday: Dt 18:15-20/Ps 95:1-2, 6-7, 7-9 [8]/1 Cor 7:32-35/Mk 1:21-28

PRAY FOR THE SICK

Please pray for those in our parish community who are sick or suffering. If you wish to request a name be added to the list, please call the parish office. Names will remain on the bulletin sick list for two weeks.

Yael Castillo, Angelina Salinas, Adrian Salazar, Mariza Buentello, Elva Ramos, Eddie Forpes, Levi Ramos, Charlie Applegate, Bobby Clark, Antonia Izaguirre.

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JANUARY 2021 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

SOLEMNITY OF MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD

Mass will be held at 10am in English on Jan. 1.

December 31—6pm En Espanol WHEN: 10:00 AM

WHERE: Main Church

HOLY MASS—THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

English Mass at 10 AM and 6:30 PM. All are welcome. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced. 10 AM Mass is Livestreamed.

WHEN: 10 AM and 6:30 PM WHERE: Main Church

9 HOLY MASS (SUNDAY VIGIL)

Come celebrate Mass with us Saturday evening at 5 PM. This Mass is reserved only for those parishioners who are ages 60+. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 5 PM WHERE: Main Church

10 ADULT CONFIRMATION CEREMONY

WHEN: TBD

WHERE: Archdiocese Galveston/Houston

10 HOLY MASS—THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD

English Mass at 10 AM and 6:30 PM. All are welcome. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced. 10 AM Mass is Livestreamed.

WHEN: 10 AM and 6:30 PM WHERE: Main Church

16 MASS FOR VOCATIONS

Come celebrate Mass for Vocations on Saturday morning at 9 AM.

Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 9 AM WHERE: Main Church

16 HOLY MASS (SUNDAY VIGIL)

Come celebrate Mass with us Saturday evening at 5 PM. This Mass is reserved only for those parishioners who are ages 60+. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 5 PM WHERE: Main Church

17 LA SANTA MISA—

SEGUNDO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO

Misa Española. Se requieren máscaras. Se practicará el distanciamiento social. (Livestreamed)

WHEN: 8 AM WHERE: Main Church

LA SANTA MISA—EL BAUTISMO DEL SEÑOR

Misa Española. Se requieren máscaras. Se practicará el distanciamiento social.

(Livestreamed) WHEN: 8 AM WHERE: Main Church

1 3 5 10

2 HOLY HOUR OF VOCATIONS

A holy hour to pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life.

Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: Every Saturday from 7:30 AM—8:30 AM WHERE: Main Church

2 MASS FOR VOCATIONS

Come celebrate Mass for Vocations on Saturday morning at 9 AM.

Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 9 AM WHERE: Main Church

2 HOLY MASS (SUNDAY VIGIL)

Come celebrate Mass with us Saturday evening at 5 PM. This Mass is reserved only for those parishioners who are ages 60+. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 5 PM WHERE: Main Church

3 LA SANTA MISA—LA EPIFANÍA DEL SEÑOR

Misa Española. Se requieren máscaras. Se practicará el distanciamiento social. (Livestreamed)

WHEN: 8 AM WHERE: Main Church

5 FIRST RECONCILIATION PARENT ORIENTATION-VIRTUAL

There will be a parent orientation class on January 5 at 6:30 PM. Link will be sent out to registered participants.

WHEN: 6:30 PM WHERE: Virtual

9 MASS FOR VOCATIONS

Come celebrate Mass for Vocations on Saturday morning at 9 AM.

Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 9 AM WHERE: Main Church

FIRST RECONCILIATION PARENT ORIENTATION- VIRTUAL

There will be a parent orientation class on January 5 at 6:30 PM.

Link will be sent out to registered participants.

WHEN: 6:30 PM WHERE: Virtual

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FIRST RECONCILIATION CLASS

Classes will be held in St. Basil Hall from 5pm—6:30pm. Must be registered to attend. Face masks are required.

WHEN: 5:00—6:30 PM WHERE: St. Basil Hall

SPRING KICKOFF—YOUTH GROUP

All youth group students please meet in St. Basil Hall. Face masks required.

WHEN: 6:30—8:30 PM WHERE: St. Basil Hall

WEDDING OF GUILLERMO &

JOCELYN

The Rite of Matrimony will be celebrated for Guillermo Cantu and Jocelyn Ontiveros by Fr. Khoi Le.

Please keep them in your prayers, as they embark on this new journey of Marriage and Family Life in the Church.

WHEN: 1:00 PM WHERE: MHT

19-20 25 23

17 HOLY MASS—SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

English Mass at 10 AM and 6:30 PM. All are welcome. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced. 10 AM Mass is Livestreamed.

WHEN: 10 AM and 6:30 PM WHERE: Main Church

18 PARISH OFFICE CLOSED—MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY

The parish office will be closed Monday, January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 19th.

18 CONFIRMATION 2 PARENT MEETING

Parent meeting for all confirmation 2 students. Please meet in main church. Face masks are required.

WHEN: 7:00 PM WHERE: Main Church

19 & 20 FIRST RECONCILIATION CLASS

Classes will be held in St. Basil Hall from 5pm—6:30pm. Must be registered to attend. Face masks are required.

WHEN: 5:00—6:30 PM WHERE: St. Basil Hall

23 HOLY MASS (SUNDAY VIGIL)

Come celebrate Mass with us Saturday evening at 5 PM. This Mass is reserved only for those parishioners who are ages 60+. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 5 PM WHERE: Main Church

24 LA SANTA MISA—

TERCER DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO

Misa Española. Se requieren máscaras. Se practicará el distanciamiento social. (Livestreamed)

WHEN: 8 AM WHERE: Main Church

24 HOLY MASS—THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

English Mass at 10 AM and 6:30 PM. All are welcome. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced. 10 AM Mass is Livestreamed.

WHEN: 10 AM and 6:30 PM WHERE: Main Church

26 & 27 FIRST RECONCILIATION CLASS

Classes will be held in St. Basil Hall from 5pm—6:30pm. Must be registered to attend. Face masks are required.

WHEN: 5:00—6:30 PM WHERE: St. Basil Hall

27 YOUTH GROUP

Every Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm. Meet in SB Hall, for youth.

WHEN: 6:30-8:30pm

WHERE: Begins in SB Hall, Ends in Main Church

30 HOLY MASS (SUNDAY VIGIL)

Come celebrate Mass with us Saturday evening at 5 PM. This Mass is reserved only for those parishioners who are ages 60+. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: 5 PM WHERE: Main Church

31 LA SANTA MISA—

CUARTO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO

Misa Española. Se requieren máscaras. Se practicará el distanciamiento social. (Livestreamed)

WHEN: 8 AM WHERE: Main Church

31 HOLY MASS—FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

English Mass at 10 AM and 6:30 PM. All are welcome. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced. 10 AM Mass is Livestreamed.

WHEN: 10 AM and 6:30 PM WHERE: Main Church

HOLY HOUR OF VOCATIONS

A holy hour to pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Masks are required. Social distancing will be practiced.

WHEN: Every Saturday from 7:30 AM—8:30 AM

WHERE: Main Church

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REGISTER NOW!

Virtual Parent & Godparent Baptismal Classes

Baptismal Classes are a prerequisite before having your child baptized. These classes are for parents and (godparents) who wish to have their children baptized who are under the age of seven. Classes can be taken prior to the birth of your baby if you choose.

What do we need to do to have our baby baptized?

1. Baptism Registration Form. Please call or email the parish office and we will send the form to you.

2. Pre-Baptism Class: Parents and Godparents must attend the Pre-Baptism class. Call the parish office to register for classes. There is a

$20 registration fee for the baptism classes.

3. Birth Certificate: We will need a copy of your child's birth certificate before they can be baptized.

Once we receive your baptism registration form you will be contacted by parish staff to let you know when the classes will be. All classes at this time will be held virtually.

Parish office: 979-849-2421

Parish Email: ccang@mhtangleton.org

Marriage Prep Orientation For all couples

preparing for marriage

Date: February 8, 2021 Time: 6:30pm—8:00pm

"The marriage covenant, by which a man and a woman form with each other an intimate communion of life and love, has been founded and endowed with its own special laws by the Creator. By its very

nature it is ordered to the good of the couple, as well as to the generation and education of children. Christ the Lord raised

marriage between the baptized to the dignity of a sacrament." - Catechism #1660

*Either the bride and/or the groom must be Catholic in order to have a Catholic

Wedding.

Please call parish office at 979-849-2421 to sign up for the marriage prep orientation.

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Important Dates

Jan. 25: Open Cafe

Every Monday, 3:30pm-6pm in St. Basil Hall, for youth 7-12th grade. Join Fr Khoi, Amber, and Rachel for free coffee and WiFi,

discipleship, a place to do your homework, ask questions, and hangout!

Jan. 27: Youth Group

Every Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm. Meet in SB Hall, for youth 7-12th grade. Pick up from church after meet in SB hall.

Feb. 20: Sponsor Saturday

8am - 3pm meet in SB hall. Confirmation 2 students and their sponsors.

Mar. 20-21: Final Conf. Retreat

Saturday 3/20, 9 am - Sunday 3/21, 5pm.

Christian Renewal Center: 1515 Hughes Rd, Dickinson, TX, 77539.

Parents will drive; students cannot drive themselves. Sponsors don’t need to come, just confirmation 2 students.

For more information please contact:

amber@adoreministries.com rachel@adoreministries.com

Most Holy Trinity -Family Catechesis Year 2020-2021 Building Families of Faith

How Do I come to know, Live, and serve Jesus Christ?

"The Christian family is ordinarily the first experience of the Christian community and the primary environment for growth in the faith. Because it is the "church in the

home:, the family provides a unique locus for catechesis."

(National Directory for Catechesis)

Wonderful photos sent to us by our CCE families as they celebrated the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord! The Church teaches that Baptism is..."the basis of the whole Christian life, the gateway to life in the Spirit...and the door which gives access to the other sacraments!" NDC 390

As Pope Francis asks, "Do you know the date of your Baptism? We should, as it is a monumental day in the life of a Christian. Great Job Families!

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STEWARDSHIP CORNER

MASS ATTENDANCE

January 31, 2021

:

No Second Collection January 10, 2021

5PM: 80 8AM: 137 10AM: 98

6:30PM: not recorded

Total: 315 January 10, 2021:

First Collection $8,323.50

Maint. Fund $929.87

"Trinity of Hope"- 300 for 300 Fundraiser a Success!

Thank you to all who donated to the "Trinity of Hope" 300 for 300 Campaign. To date, we have raised $80,045.00 of our

$90,000 goal. We are extremely grateful to everyone who contributed to this effort that helped to offset lost revenue from our annual Fall Bazaar that did not get to happen due to the pandemic.

A special thank you to our pastor, Fr. Khoi Le for his dedication and commitment to our parish and offering his time and talent in creating the beautiful, wall-sized icon that is now in the parish office. All eligible donors will be receiving a limited edition print of this icon as a keepsake.

Thank you again to everyone who participated in our fundraiser!

Sponsored in part by…

~~~ Presenting Sponsor – $2,500 ~~~

E.J. & Jackie King Zerangue Family

George & Anita Rau

Monty & Lori Janak

~~~ Gold Sponsor – $1,500 ~~~

Marguerite Sutton

Steve & Liz Ramirez

Joseph & Penny Siegel

Matthew &

Kimi Hunter

“Walk in the Light of Christ”

2021 DIOCSAN SERVICES FUND

Next weekend is the 2021 Diocesan Services Fund (DSF) kick-off weekend.

Cardinal DiNardo invites us to make our annual commitment to help those parishes and ministries that need our help. This week, all registered parishioners will receive a letter from Cardinal DiNardo, along with a personalized response card, inviting you to Walk in the Light of Christ.

Complete the enclosed response card and return it via mail, bring it to Mass next weekend or go online at www.archgh.org/dsf. Your generosity will allow our Catholic community to continue many vital programs and services through 60 important ministries.

“Caminar en la Luz de Cristo”

Fondo de Servicios Diocesanos 2021

El siguiente fin de semana da inicio la campana del Fondo de Servicios Diocesanos (DSF) 2021. El Cardenal DiNardo nos invita a hacer un compromise annual para ayudar a aquellas parroquias y ministerios que necesitan nuestra ayuda. Esta semana, todos los feligreses registrados recibiran una carta del Cardenal DiNardo, junto con una tarjeta

personalizada de ofrenda, invitandoles a Caminar en la Luz de Cristo. Por favor completen la tarjeta y envienia por correo, traiganla a Misa el siguiente fin de semana o respondan en www.archgh.org/dsf. Su generoso donativo ayudara a nuestra comunidad catolica a continuar el travajo de muchos programas y servicios vitals, a traves de 60 imprtantes ministerios.

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Kroger Community Rewards Program

The next time you shop at Kroger, go to the Customer Service desk and present this barcode, along with your

Kroger Plus Card to link

in to the Kroger

Community Rewards.

Once your Kroger card is scanned, every time you

shop and use your Kroger Plus Card, a percentage of your eligible purchases will be contributed to the Kroger

community rewards fund; Most Holy Trinity then receives

a donation on a quarterly basis. www.kroger.com/

community rewards

Are you registered in FlockNote?

This tool allows you to share notes with fellow parents, youth, liturgical ministers, catechists, members of parish groups, and more. Receive the info you need through text message, email, Facebook, or however you choose! It’s easy to sign up: At our website, mhtangleton.org, or at flocknote.com/network/mht

Our Parish is on Facebook!

“Like” us and join the group! Here’s how. Log

in to Facebook and search: “Most Holy Trinity

Catholic Church, Angleton, TX,” **These sites will be

used to invite you to events at our parish, share the latest news from our parish community and beyond, and point you to ways to learn about our faith online.

Sign up today for Online Giving! If you would like to give online only and stop receiving offertory envelopes in the mail please call parish office.

For ad info. call 1-800-950-9952 • www.4lpi.com Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Angleton, TX B 4C 05-0482 James F. Citek, O.D.

Therapeutic Optometrist (979) 849-2331

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am-6:00 PM 4 Corners Shopping Center

1818 North Velasco Angleton, TX 77515 WWW.JAMESFCITEKOD.COM

RONALD E. SLATE, DPM

(Parishioner) Foot Specialist

2036 E. Mulberry • Angleton, TX 77515

979-848-0777

Tami Ransom-Pyle Agent

Ransom-Pyle Insurance

Auto • Home • Life • Commercial 108 W. Myrtle • Angleton, TX 77515 979-849-9145 • 979-849-0576 fax

tpyle@farmersagent.com www.farmersagent.com/tpyle

Need help with your child’s safety seat?

Call Courtney 979-341-0295 Child Passenger Safety Technician

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ATTORNEYS AT LAW George H. Rau, Jr. Stephanie T. Clem (Parishioner)

Wills • Trusts • Estate Planning Probate • Real Estate 2513 North Velasco 979-849-6484 Angleton, TX grau@stevensrau.com

281-710-9150

www.tidalpowerservices.com

Our Best Investment Is Our Children

• Quality Christian Education

• TX Certified Teachers • 3 Yr Old - 12th Grade

979-864-3842

979 Country Rd 44, Angleton, TX

Angleton

Christian School Angleton Angleton

Christian School

Christian School

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For ad info. call 1-800-950-9952 • www.4lpi.com Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Angleton, TX A 4C 05-0482

12 Austin Bayou Golf Course & RV

(979) 922-1234

2111 County Rd 33 • Danbury, TX 77534

R. R. RAMSOWER, INC.

1413 South Hwy. 288-B P.O. Box 819

Angleton, TX 77516-0819

979-849-6441 Becky Ramsower Brown

(parishioner)

265-7434

PATRICK P.

THOMAS, D.D.S.

201 Henderson

(979) 849-2950

OIL & LUBE • 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE CERTIFIED EMISSIONES INSPECTION STATION SALVADOR SALINAS

SAMMY SALINAS (979) 848-9700

OWNERS 1104 N. Velasco • Angleton, TX 77515

T.J. Sbrusch

, FIC Representative

(979) 345-7364

tsbrusch@gmail.com 212 Turning Bayou Trail

Angleton, TX 77515 Contact Tina Watson to place an ad today!

twatson@4LPi.com or (800) 950-9952 x5850

A Family Flower A Family Flower Shop and Keepsakes Shop and Keepsakes

Diane Daugherty, Owner

www.afamilyflowershop.com

979-849-4400

1999 E. Mulberry Welcome Grand Knight

Kacey Cox To become a knight,

kofc.org

103 N. Dixie Dr.

Lake Jackson, TX 979.297.6438 ljfamilydentistry.com Thomas Ellisor, D.D.S., Parishioner

Cynthia Overholser, D.D.S.

(979) 849-8281 gretherseniorliving.com

Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic School

Instilling Knowledge, Inspiring Faith

265-3909

PreK3-8th grade STREAM Academy

1600 Hwy 2004

www. olqpschool.org

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