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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!

!Bienvenidos!

Mabuhay!

Corpus Christi Catholic Community

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

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

Twenty-Eighth Sunday

in Ordinary Time

October 15, 2017

Receptionist- Susan Zampirro

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

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Corpus Christi Sunday Collection/

Colecta Semanal Regular Collection $2,626.00 Project Completion $1,359.00 Thank You ! ¡Gracias!

Reflection of the Week

Today’s Gospel from the Book of Matthew again includes parables. We have been hearing the Lord share parables with us throughout our readings in recent weeks. Interestingly Matthew contains 23 parables (or teachings classified as parables), while Luke has 28. Mark has only nine, and John has none.

The first parable we hear today is called The Parable of the Wedding Feast. In this story shared by Jesus for our benefit a king is hosting a wedding feast for his son. He sends out invitations and people ignore them or choose not to respond. It may seem somewhat remarkable to us that people turn down an invitation to a royal wedding feast.

Yet, the Lord invites us to join Him on a regular basis through Holy Scripture and the Sacraments. Many ignore the invitation, and in most cases are not even aware of the fact they have received it. Those who read this are aware of the invitation. The question is “How do we respond?”

What do we do after we attend a Holy Mass? What is our reaction to the reception of Christ’s incredible gift in the Eucharist? We may not make light of it like some of the people in the parable, but if we merely go our separate ways, and do not strive to be active disciples, we are basically doing the same thing as those Jesus describes in this parable. In one of his first appearances Pope Francis declared, “Go make disciples of all nations.” We cannot make disciples unless we are ourselves disciples.

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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…..

Gene Love, The Nilsen Family, Frank Leupp, Emmalee Bishop, Rick Good, Teresa Tenberge, Bishop Family

(Brandon, Erica & August),.

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.

ADULT FAITH FORMATION

The Gospel According to St. Matthew A Portrait of Jesus the Christ.

Week Two: Chapters 9-13 Tuesday, October 17, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, October 19, 10:30 am (repeat

season)

Come join us!

Corpus Christi Catholic Book Club

Next Meeting: Tuesday, November 14, at 6:30 p.m.

Book Selection: Abandonment to Divine

Providence by Rev. J.P. de Caussade, S.J.

Read the book and join us for the discussion. All are welcome!

THE ICON STAND VOTIVE CANDLE

is burning this week for the Victims of the Las Vegas

Massacre

THE SANCTUARY LAMP CANDLE

is burning this week for the Victims of the Las Vegas

Massacre

MUSIC NEEDED FOR OUR PARISH

The music ministry is in creative transition. What ideas do you have?

We are looking for your wonderful ideas for this ministry.

Please let us know by placing letter in the offering baskets, stopping by the office or even emailing to

generaloffice@ccchurchcc.org.

Disaster Relief

For those who might wish to donate to the relief efforts in the wake of the hurricanes and earthquakes.

There is an appeal from the Catholic Bishops on our Dioce-san Web Page found at https://renodiocese.org

For more information on how you can help, please go to: http://www.usccb.org/catholic-giving/opportunities-for-giving/emergency-collections-and-disaster-relief.cfm To donate directly to Catholic Charities please go to: https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/CCUSADISASTER

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Sunday’s Readings

First Reading — On this mountain the L will make for all peoples a feast of rich food and choice wines (Isaiah 25:6-10a).

Psalm — I shall live in the house of the Lord all the

days of my life (Psalm 23).

Second Reading — God will supply whatever you need

(Philippians 4:12-14, 19-20).

Gospel — I have prepared my banquet, and everything

is ready. Come to the feast! (Matthew 22:1-14 [1-10]).

The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.

Lecturas Dominicales

Primera lectura — El Señor preparará un banquete y

secará las lágrimas de todos los rostros (Isaías 25:6-10a).

Salmo — Viviré en la casa del Señor todos los días de mi

vida (Salmo 23 [22]).

Segunda lectura — No importa las circunstancias en las

que nos encontremos, nuestras necesidades se

resolverán en Cristo Jesús (Filipenses 4:12-14, 19-20).

Evangelio — La invitación se ha enviado; todo está listo;

vengan a la fiesta (Mateo 22:1-14 [1-10]).

Salmo responsorial: Leccionario Hispanoamericano Dominical © 1970, Comisión Episcopal Españo-la. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.

READINGS FOR THE WEEK

Monday: Rom 1:1-7; Ps 98:1-4; Lk 11:29-32 Tuesday: Rom 1:16-25; Ps 19:2-5; Lk 11:37-41 Wednesday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;

Lk 10:1-9

Thursday: Rom 3:21-30; Ps 130:1b-6ab; Lk 11:47-54 Friday: Rom 4:1-8; Ps 32:1b-2, 5, 11; Lk 12:1-7 Saturday: Rom 4:13, 16-18; Ps 105:6-9, 42-43;

Lk 12:8-12

Sunday: Is 45:1, 4-6; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 7-10; 1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES

Sunday: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Monday: St. Hedwig; St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Tuesday: St. Ignatius of Antioch

Wednesday: St. Luke

Thursday: Ss. John de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, and Companions

Friday: St. Paul of the Cross Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION

In 1971, the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship completed a survey of the presidents of the national liturgical commissions around the world. How were children doing in the liturgical reform? Probably to their surprise, the cardinals learned of special weekday Masses for children designed to teach them how to participate on Sunday, Masses with separate components for children. The decision was made quickly to develop adaptations for Masses where children were a majority of the assembly. Changes would include a simpler structure, understandable texts, a simplified Lectionary, more active participation, and most surprisingly, new Eucharistic Prayers. By 1973 the work was done, and with very specific advice from Pope Paul VI, including the need for two new

Eucharistic Prayers, the Directory for Masses with

Children was published on December 20, a timely

Christmas gift for the children of the world. The prayers are the first to be written fresh in a modern language—not Latin, but French and German—then translated into English, Italian, and Spanish. With a sense of caution, these new prayers were approved for three years, until 1977, but it soon became apparent that they had truly been embraced.

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

TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE

En 2006, en la plaza de Taos se erigió una estatua de bronce que conmemora al “cura de Taos”, Antonio José Martínez, un sacerdote recordado como controversial ante varios gobiernos por defender a su pueblo.

Él fue sacerdote en Taos, Nuevo México cuando era territorio español, luego mexicano y finalmente cuando pasa a manos de EE. UU. Durante la época española y mexicana Antonio estableció escuelas para niños y niñas y fundó un seminario para preparar un clero nativo. En 1830 empezó a imprimir libros y estableció el primer periódico Nuevo Mexicano. De esta manera estableció Taos como un centro de educación.

En 1851 llegaron los representantes del gobierno estadounidense con la intención de “americanizar” a los nuevos mexicanos prohibiéndoles sus tradiciones declarando que eran ignorantes y supersticiosas.

Antonio José contradijo este movimiento convirtiendo su seminario en una escuela de leyes. Decía que el

gobierno de EE. UU es un burro que debe ser montado por abogados. Muchos se opusieron a su obra pero él continuó luchando por su pueblo hasta su muerte en 1867. Su tumba lo declara: “La honra de su país”.

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

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA

Lunes: Rom 1:1-7; Sal 98 (97):1-4; Lc 11:29-32 Martes: Rom 1:16-25; Sal 19 (18):2-5; Lc 11:37-41 Miércoles: 2 Tim 4:10-17b;

Sal 145 (144):10-13, 17-18; Lc 10:1-9 Jueves: Rom 3:21-30; Sal 130 (129):1b-6ab;

Lc 11:47-54

Viernes: Rom 4:1-8; Sal 32 (31):1b-2, 5, 11; Lc 12:1-7

Sábado: Rom 4:13, 16-18; Sal 105 (104):6-9, 42-43; Lc 12:8-12

Domingo: Is 45:1, 4-6; Sal 96 (95):1, 3-5, 7-10; 1 Tes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21

LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES

Domingo: Vigésimo Octavo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario

Lunes: Santa Margarita María de Alacoque; Santa Eduviges

Martes: San Ignacio de Antioquía Miércoles: San Lucas

Jueves: Santos Juan de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues y compañeros

Viernes: San Pablo de la Cruz Sábado: Santa María Virgen

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This Week at /Esta Semana

Corpus Christi

Wednesday—October 18

9:00 am — Intentions of Mary, Our Mother of Salvation

Thursday— October 19

9:00 am — Donna Duncan by Kathy Jilk

Friday— October 20

12:10 pm — Intentions of Mary, Our Mother of Salvation

Saturday — October 21— 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (vigil)

4:00 pm — Laurie O’Bryne by the Zampirro Family

Sunday — October 22 — octubre 22—29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

29º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario

9:00 am— †Stephanie Waggoner by the Jilk Family 11:30 am— People of the Parish

Minister Schedule/

Horario de los Ministerios

Saturday 4:00 p.m.

EM – Larry Tapp, Deborah Lundberg, Cecilia Kness Lector— Phyllis Zink

Sunday 9:00 a.m.

EM – Terrie Juchtzer, Charles Leupp, Molly Jordan Lector – Cindy Pardini

Sunday 11:30 a.m.

M.E. – Rodolfo Velasco y Catalina Diaz Lectór– Rodolfo Velasco

Our First Jacks Valley Elementary School

Food Drive of the school year will be

October 14-15th.

Around the Diocese

Around the Diocese

Diocesan Conference Choir Invite for Choir and Musicians

Rehearsals start soon. Performances January 5,6.

Fall Craft Fair at St Thomas Aquinas Cathedral

October 21 (1-6:30), October 22 (8-2)

Jamaica Pilgrimage with the Missionaries of the Poor

This will not be a vacation, rather a journey of the heart, to enter more deeply into the mystery of Christ.

January 1-8, 2018

See the entry for more information on most of these including flyers from NAMI.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend

Married Couples

It has been said the greatest gift you can give your children is two parents very much in love with each other. 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 2017 weekend

dates are:

November 3-5 in Sacramento, CA 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 916-489-3464.

Project Rachel

A Post-Abortion Healing Ministry has

launched!

To find our new web page, please go to

www.dioceseofreno.org, click the Ministries page

and find us under “Agencies”. The page gives

information on Project Rachel.

If you or someone you know needs post-abortion

help, please call our help line

at 775-324-4325

A Message from Bishop Calvo…

We stand in prayer with our sisters and brothers to the south on the aftermath of the horrible evening. We extend our grief to those families who lost loved ones.

We give our prayers to those who are injured and in the hospital.

We honor those who rushed to assist and serve those in need.

Once again we pray to God hat these terrible incidents of violence be ended in our country and throughout the whole world.

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Ministries/Ministerios

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 the office.. Come Celebrate Respect Life Month Respect Life Mass & Rosary Procession

Sunday, October 15,at 9:30am St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral 310 W. Second Street, Reno

Join Bishop Calvo for this special liturgy, followed by a Rosary Procession along the Truckee River.

Everyone is Welcome!

“We must listen to God, who speaks to us. Having a well-formed conscience doesn’t mean we have all the answers to the complex problems in the world, but it does mean that we are sensitive to the needs and struggles of other people.”

USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities “Understanding Conscience,” www.goo.gl/ fc6bMA

“Debemos estar atentos y escuchar a Dios, que nos habla. Tener una conciencia bien formada no significa que tengamos todas las respuestas a los complejos problemas del mundo, pero sí significa que seamos sensibles a las necesidades y luchas de otras personas.”

Secretariado de Actividades Pro-Vida de la USCCB “Comprender la conciencia,” https://goo.gl/GB9zFK

St. Benedict Society - Sunday

November 5th, 4:00 pm

Knights of Columbus - normally the 1st

Wednesday of each month - 7:00 pm

Next date: November1st

Catholic Daughters - usually the 3rd Wednesday of

each month at 4:00 pm. None in July and August

Next date: October 18th

Bake Sale: October 21 & 22, after Masses

Rosary normally held every Wednesday & Thursday after Daily Mass & Friday at 11:20

am except during Eucharistic Adoration Fridays, then the Rosary is at 10:00 am.

Eucharistic Adoration

usually held on the first Friday.

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

Rosary at 10:00 a.m.

Next date: November 3rd

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 Joe Pettit - 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

Pam Petersen-Regent

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

St. Benedict Society/La Sociedad de San Benito Phil Clarke- Minister - 267-3936

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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