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1 PASTOR Reverend Michael J. Oenbrink x 261 PAROCHIAL VICAR Fr. James Crowley x 256 HISPANIC PAROCHIAL VICAR Fr. Rodolfo Gonzalez x 263 DEACONS Deacon Joseph Nazzaro-retired Deacon Gerard Hand Deacon Patrick Sheehan Deacon Galo De Jesus Barreto Deacon Vernon Dobelmann PASTORAL ASSOCIATE Sr. Kathleen Kane, SSMN x 266 Director of Adult Faith Formation Jennifer McGlynn x Director of Administration & Finance Dion Jenks x 231 Admin-Finance Assistant Jennifer Kelly x 295 Finance Office Assistant Pam Slawson X 267 Parish Secretary/Bulletin Editor Cheryl Duren x 250 Director of Religious Education Deacon Vernon Dobelmann x 248 DRE Assistant & Parish Safe Environment Coordinator Colleen Rzeczycki x 249 SFCS Safe Environment Coordinator Melissa Markey Director of Music Ministries Jonathan Davis St. Francis Catholic School Principal Brian Pope Youth Ministry Mitzi Weaver-interim director x 249 Hispanic Ministry Deacon Galo De Jesus Barreto x 288 Facilities Maintenance Supervisor Bryan Goll x 245 St. Francis Outreach Ministry 15 Hospital Center Commons, Ste. 100E Diocesan Office of Child Protection Services x 206 Diocesan Victim Assistance Minister Louisa Storen Immigration & Paralegal Support Millie Choy Welcome Home Ministry for Inactive Catholics Ron Angner ST. FRANCIS BY THE SEA A Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, SC 45 Beach City Road Hilton Head Island, SC Office Fax EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATIONS Assistive listening devices are available from the ushers Vigil: English :30PM Vigil: Spanish... 7:00PM Sunday... 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:30AM & 12:15PM Weekday Masses: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday...8:00AM & 12:15PM Wednesday :00AM,10:00AM & 6:30PM Saturday :00AM Holy Days of Obligation:...Call office for times CONFESSION Monday through Friday...20 mns before Daily Masses Saturday...4:15PM to 5:15PM or by appointment with one of the priests VISION: In Christ united in faith, love and service MISSION: To build a Catholic Community that makes present the Gospel of Christ through worship, discipleship and evangelization. WELCOME: If you are new to Hilton Head, we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our island and our parish. If you would like more information about our church or if you wish to register, please stop by the church office, or visit our website BAPTISM: A Preparatory Class is required for parents having children baptized. Registration for class is necessary. Please contact the Parish Office for further information. MARRIAGE PREPARATION: Marriage Preparation should start six months before the wedding. Contact the Parish Office for further information. PARISH OFFICE HOURS M F 7:30AM 4:00PM Est.1984

2 St. Francis by the Sea Catholic Church, Hilton Head Is SC November 4, 2018 Mass Intenons Pro Populo: for the people of the parish; living & deceased Monday, Nov. 5 8:00AM Laura Chadwick + 12:15PM Erin Becker+ Tuesday, Nov. 6 8:00AM Mr. Carstenson + 12:15PM Harold Kazanchy + Wednesday, Nov. 7 8:00AM Maria Dibartolomeo + 10:00AM Gordon Grant + 6:30PM Anna Varriano + Thursday, Nov. 8 8:00AM Diane Searcy + 12:15PM Willard Bryan + Friday, Nov. 9 8:00AM Arthur Lamb + 12:15PM Steve Franz + Saturday, Nov. 10 8:00AM Claudio Dibartolomeo + 5:30PM Willard Bryan + Sunday, Nov. 11 7:30AM John Fitzgibbons + 9:00AM Pro Populo 10:30AM 12:15PM Marilyn Young + Claudio & Maria Dibartolomeo + L Readings for Nov Sunday Dt 6:2-6 / Heb 7: Mk 12:28b-34 Monday Phil 2: Lk 14:12-14 Tuesday Phil 2: Lk 14:15-24 Wednesday Phil 2: Lk 14:25-33 Thursday Phil 3:3-8a Lk 15:1-10 Friday Ez 47:1-2,8-9,12 / 1 Cor 3:9-11, Jn 2:13-22 Saturday Phil 4: Lk 16:9-15 Sunday 1Kgs 17:10-16 / Heb. 9: Mk 12:38-44 Gospel: Mark 12:28b34 "Which is the first of all the commandments?" Gospel Teaching: When the above question is asked of Jesus, he answers with a quotation from Deuteronomy that is part of the prayer said by faithful Jews many times every day Love God with all of your soul, mind and strength. But Jesus continues and broadens the requirement to Love beyond your relationship with God, and states a second commandment, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. Extending your love to your neighbor all others in this world and treating them with the same respect that you have for your own welfare, means that "You are not far from the kingdom of God." How far are you from the kingdom? KING AHEAD SHARING THY BOUNTY is this weekend. Our receiving agency is the St. Stephen UMC Food Pantry. Their needs are as follows: all nonperishable food and personal care items. Donations can be left in the Donation Cart in the Narthex or in the Family Center after the 7:30am, 9am or 10:30 am Mass. November 4 Daylight Savings Time ends at 2am November 7 Masses at 8am, 10am & 6:30pm November 21 8am daily Mass ONLY November 22 Thanksgiving Day 9am Mass ONLY November 23 8am daily Mass ONLY VETERANS DAY ATENHUT St. Francis will honor all military personnel at the 8:00am Mass on Monday, November 12. All veterans plus any military active duty are invited to wear their uniforms (or some piece of their uniforms!) to this special liturgy. This is also an opportunity for our parish community to show appreciation for so many sacrifices made by military men and women throughout history. BEREAVEMENT GROUP The St. Francis by the Sea Bereavement Group will meet Monday, November 5 at 7:00 pm in the Padre Pio Room in the Family Center. For further information, please call Georgeanne at or at 2 Through the Flu season, we will suspend the Cups during communion and the holding of hands during the Our Father and shaking of hands at the sign of peace.

3 Parish 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Monthly Offertory Oct 2018 Analysis 10/01/ /31/2018 Actual: Budgeted: Surplus/(Deficit) What percentage does God ask of me as a good steward? All of my heart, all of my soul, all of my mind, and all of my strength! Weekly Stewardship Weekend October 28, 2018 Weekly Offertory Envelopes $16,528 Weekly Offertory Visitors + Loose $5,534 $ 22,062 Weekly Repair & Replacement $0 Diocesan Assessment for November ( $16,640) Envelopes Issued 1232 Envelopes Used 478 Electronic Giving (once a month) 246 Percentage of Envelopes & Electronic Giving Used 59% November Charitable Giving News Charitable Giving represents 10% of the planned offertory. Family Honor $2,000 Kairos Prison Ministry $2,000 Human Development $1,500 Solidarity Fund Church in Africa $3,500 St. Francis Outreach $5,350 Fiscal Year Total 07/01/ /31/2018 Offertory Actual to Date $530,305 Offertory Budget to Date $555,000 Surplus/(Deficit) ($24,695) $128,238 $135,000 ($6,762) Bishop Guglielmone has authorized a second collection to assist those affected by Hurricane Michael. A second collection will be taken up on Nov Checks should be made to St. Francis with Hurricane Relief and your parishioner number on the memo line. CENTERING PRAYER / LECTIO DIVINA This group meets Mondays at 11am in the family center. The next session is November 5. Please call Janet Dobbs at for more Information. Newcomers and visitors are always welcome! Thursday Bible Study Bible Study Thursday mornings 9:30-11:00 in the Family Center. We continue our 7 week video-assisted study of Israel's Story Part II. Topics include the monarchy of David, prophets, the Babylonian exile, the effect of Alexander the Great on Israel, wisdom tradition, the period of the Second Temple, and expectations about the Messiah. All are welcome - come early for coffee! RCIA, Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults: Becoming Catholic- For adults interested in becoming Catholic or for adult Catholics who wish to prepare to celebrate the Sacraments of Confirmation or Eucharist, contact Sr. Kathleen Kane at ext 266 for more information. For a complete calendar September through April go to click on Formation then Adult Education and RCIA. Sessions are Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:15 PM in the Family Center. Religious Education Stay up-to-date on all the important information by visiting the parish website at Kindergarten through Communion One (First Grade) meet on Sunday mornings from 10:15 to 11:30. Children in Communion Two (Second Grade) through Grade Five meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:15 to 7:30. Schedule Change The Advent Sunday program scheduled for December 2 has been cancelled. Instead, we will have a regular class on that day for Kindergarten and Communion One. We will also have regular class on Wednesday, December 5 for Communion Two through Confirmation One. COOKIES FOR PRISONERS KAIROS PRISON MINISTRY RETREAT - Nov. 8-11, 2018 The Kairos Prison Team from St. Francis is facilitating a Kairos retreat at Ridgeland Correctional Institute. We are asking for your help to provide all inmates with fresh-baked cookies. Our goal is to take 5000 dozen cookies into the prison to give to all of the inmates. Please help us meet this huge goal by baking or buying cookies and placing them in the marked boxes in the Narthex by Tuesday, November 6, at Noon. Cookies must be oatmeal, chocolate chip, peanut butter or sugar. Please NO powdered sugar, fruit, icing, or nuts (peanut butter cookies are okay) in or on cookies. Please Do Not use aluminum foil to wrap cookies. Please Do Not wrap them in large boxes. (Boxes like shoe boxes or pizza boxes are ideal.) Thank you for your help, prayers and donations. If you have any questions, please contact Paul Bombige

4 Bulletin Deadline: announcements to by Friday noon, 9 days before the Sunday issue Congratulations to our Lady Wolves who won the Lowcountry Volleyball Tournament this year for the 3rd time! It was hosted by HH Christian Academy. Our 3 girls volleyball teams also finished their season at the DOCYVBT in Summerville by each placing 3 rd in their division. Thank you to our coaches for another great season. Great job Wolves!!! CALENDAR OF EVENTS 11/05 Vocations Week 10am Kindergarten Field Trip 3-4:30pm Baking Club Group A meets 11/06 Vocations Week J Club Book Sale 11/07 Vocations Week 10am School Mass 11:30am Dismissal for Middle School only Parent/Teacher Conferences 1-2:30pm Sasha the Comfort Dog 11/08 Vocations Week 11:30am Entire school dismissal for Parent/Teacher Conferences 11/09 No School- Parent/Teacher Conferences FSA Pottery Jam 11/10 FSA Pottery Jam 11/11 FSA Pottery Jam FSA Partners: Box Tops for Education- Please continue to save your Box Tops for the school. There is a collection jar in the church Narthex or you can drop them off at the school office. As always, please trim them neatly, check the expiration date on each one, and write the total number on the outside of the bag Grocery stores- Soon, the Publix keychain cards will be discontinued. Please take a few minutes to link your phone number to the school prior to November 1st so we will continue to receive donations from Publix. Create an account with your phone number at community/corporate-campaigns/publix-partners and link to the school on the "Publix Partners" page. Also for Harris Teeter shoppers, please link your VIC account at the Customer Service Desk with our school code, School Gala Donations Needed! We are looking for live and silent auction items for our March 23 rd Gala. We are trying to get vacation rentals, both local and away. Please contact the school office at Thank you. If anyone is interested in serving on the School Advisory Committee (aka SAC), please contact Mr. Brian Pope at or St. Francis is a Pre-K-4 through 8 th grade Catholic School that is fully accredited through AdvanceEd & Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. For more information or to tour the school, please contact JPII is Hitting the High Marks As a new school in a competitive market, John Paul II Catholic School has focused on expanding its curriculum to increase the academic success of its students. A primary measure of that success is national standardized tests such as the ACT and SAT. The attached graphic indicates the incredible achievement of JPII s Class of 2018 on the ACT. Last year s seniors earned an average composite ACT score of 25.6, which is a staggering 7.3 points higher than the South Carolina state average of 18.3, said JPII Principal Walt Dupre. Our students scored highest in the critical area of reading, averaging a reading score of 27.8, which is 9.2 points higher than the state average of Success on the ACT, as well as other factors, allowed JPII graduates to enroll in high-quality colleges and universities such as New York University, Catholic University, American University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Furman University, Wofford College, Clemson University, and University of South Carolina Honors College. Furthermore, based on the ACT college readiness benchmark, the graduates of JPII have a much greater chance of being successful in college compared to their peers. ACT college readiness benchmarks indicate that 95% of our students are prepared for their college English courses compared with only 42% of students who attend public schools in the state. Overall, nearly half of our graduates have been deemed college ready by ACT compared to 14% of the public school students in South Carolina, explained Mr. Dupre. We are proud of our achievement, which is a testament to the diligent work of both our students and our faculty. We look forward to the continued growth and success of our school and our graduates. To learn more about JPII, please visit or attend Open House on Sunday, December 2 for 11am Mass and noon tours.

5 "Defend the unborn against abortion even if they persecute you, calumniate you, set traps for you, take you to court, or kill you" (Pope Francis, 2005). This Tuesday, there's an easier way for us to defend the unborn; all we have to do is find out where the candidates stand and VOTE! Please pray the Memorare daily for religious freedom. PARISH VOCATION CHALICE Nov. 4 Marie Allen 12:15pm Nov. 11 Barbara Gloven 5:30pm Nov. 18 Kathleen Struna 7:30am If you have any questions about the Vocation Chalice Program or want to participate, please contact Kelly Jolley PLEASE CONSIDER WRITING A NOTE OF ENCOURAGEMENT TO OUR SEMINARIANS Contact information on poster in the narthex REMEMBERING OUR DEPARTED Throughout the month of November, we celebrate in special ways the Communion of Saints: the unbroken circle of life that unites us with our beloved deceased. Ways to remember them: Matthew Bauer, 3rd Year College. Home Parish: Prince of Peace, Taylors. School Attending: Holy Trinity Seminary, 3131 Vince Hagan Drive, Irving, Texas DOB: November 30 Inscribe their names in the Book of Dead Write letters to them in Heaven Tell your loved ones treasured stories about them Do something in their honor: a kind deed; a forgiving act; a contribution to a charity Attend daily mass and pray for them Think of ways they lived, modeling their best qualities Light candles near their photos Picture them in Heaven, happy and at peace with the Lord and all the saints and angels. Month of the Holy Souls BOOK OF THE DEAD: In November, a special book of prayer and remembrance will be placed on a stand on St. Joseph's side altar wherein parishioners may write the names of their beloved deceased who will be remembered in the Mass intentions during the month of November. National Vocation Awareness Week Nov pray daily for increased vocations become aware of the various ministries of the Catholic Church, particularly the priesthood, diaconate and religious life offer support and encouragement to priests, deacons and religious within the parish provide example through personal Christian family life as a means of encouraging vocations The Angel Tree will be going up in our Narthex the week of November 17 th. Please remember that all gis should be returned by December 9 th, wrapped, and have the Angel Tree Tag aached on the outside of the gi. Gis can be le in the Narthex or the Church office. We thank you all for your generosity! If you have any ques- ons, please contact, Colleen at ext. 249 or you may her at 5

6 Memory Matters is a local not-for-profit center of excellence which improves the quality of life for persons with dementia and their families, providing resources, support, respite and adult day services with compassion and dignity. Memory Matters invites you to stop by its Ministry Fair table today to learn more about educational and volunteer opportunities. The Purple Angel Project training is a 1-hour dementia sensitivity program to help you recognize the signs and symptoms of dementia and equip you with tools to be able to respond appropriately. Training sign-up is available today with two dates to choose from. If you are interested in volunteering, there are plenty of opportunities with Memory Matters. Whether you want to serve in our program for our events, clerical duties, or health fairs, we have a spot for you. One thing you should know is that volunteering with Memory Matters is not a list of duties, it s a family. Memory Matters staff and volunteers are available today, or you may contact Kacie Bhakta at , or her at GRAND ULYTREYA CURSILLO REUN- ION All cursillistas in So. Beaufort County are invited to gather for a reunion on Saturday November 17, 8:00 AM at Holy Family Church. Anyone who has made a Cursillo from Holy Family, St Gregory the Great, St. Francis by the Sea or St. Peter s are included. Those who don t usually come to Ultreya are especially invited. The morning will begin with Mass followed by breakfast. The program will consist of Prayer, Singing, Group Reunions, a Witness Talk, Commentators and Summation. You have heard of people who have seen Heaven. Our Witness talk will be given by someone who saw Hell. He will tell us about it and how it has changed his life. No RSVP is required. Hurricane Florence forced cancellation of this event in September For questions call Mike or Carolyn Solly at (843) The Secular Franciscans will gather on Saturday, November 10. We will begin with 8:00AM Mass, followed by breakfast, meditation and ongoing formation in the Family Center. For more information, call Virginia MacKenzie at (843) CALLING ALL CURSILLISTAS A FAITH-FILLED, SPIRITUAL RETREAT NOT TO BE MISSED! The 6th Annual Marian Eucharistic Conference is being held in Greenville the weekend of November If you have never attended this conference, this would be the year to take a weekend out of the ordinary and enjoy listening to and learning from top -notch Catholic speakers, taking part in two beautiful Masses (Bishop Guglielmone is celebrant on Saturday), praying the Rosary, taking advantage of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and all with beautiful music and singing mixed in! Past conferences have not only been extraordinarily informative but also extremely entertaining with lots of laughter in between the praying as well as an opportunity to meet great people who love their Catholic faith. For more information go to: The regular monthly meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held this coming Tuesday November 6th at St. Andrew s Hall on Pinckney Colony Road in Bluffton. There will be a social prior to the business meeting at 6:30PM. The business meeting will begin at 7:00 PM. All are welcome to attend. For additional information contact Jim ******************************************************************************************************************* The next meeting of LAOH will be held on Wednesday, November 7 at noon at St. Andrew's Hall. A light lunch will be served, followed by a business meeting. Members are reminded to bring thir contributions of food for the Thanksgiving baskets 6

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8 45 Beach City Road Hilton Head Island, SC PERSONAL Párroco: Rev. Michael Oenbrink Sacerdote / Ministerio Hispano: Rev. Rodolfo González Director / Ministerio Hispano: Diácono Galo De Jesús Barreto Teléfono Ministerio Hispano: (843) Ext. 288 Fax de la Parroquia: (843) Confesiones: Después de la misa del Sábado o por cita. Boletín de la Comunidad Hispana XXXI Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Noviembre 03, 2018 HORARIO DE MISAS Vigilia/Sábados: 5:30PM (Inglés) 7:00 PM (Español) Domingos: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30AM & 12:15PM (Inglés) Lunes, Martes, Jueves y Viernes: 8:00 AM y 12:15 PM. (Inglés) Martes: Segundo y último Martes de cada mes 7:00 PM (Español) Miércoles:8:00 AM y 10:00 AM (Inglés) Sábados: 8:00 AM (Inglés) Visión Unidos en Cristo en la fe, en el amor y en el servicio. Misión Construir una Comunidad Católica que haga presente el Evangelio de Cristo, a través de la Adoración, el Discipulado y la Evangelización Bienvenido Si usted es nuevo residente en Hilton Head, aprovechamos esta oportunidad para expresarle nuestra bienvenida a la Isla y a nuestra Iglesia. Si desea obtener más información sobre nuestra Iglesia o desea registrarse como nuevo feligrés, por favor acérquese a la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano o visite nuestra página de internet: Bautizos Para recibir información acerca de la hora y los requisitos necesarios para poder bautizar, por favor contacte la oficina del Ministerio Hispano. Próxima Plática Pre-bautismal Nuestra próxima plática será el Miércoles 14 de Noviembre a las 7:30 p.m.en el Salón Familiar. REFLEXIÓN DOMINICAL En nuestra vida diaria decimos, y lo decimos con verdad, que nuestra bondad se demuestra haciendo obras buenas: obras son amores y no buenas razones. El árbol bueno da frutos buenos y el árbol malo, frutos malos. Por sus frutos se conocen los árboles. Lo importante aquí es que entendamos qué es lo que hace buena a una obra. Y lo que aquí nos dice Jesús es que es siempre el amor a Dios y al prójimo el que determina la bondad de nuestras obras buenas. Es decir, que una obra legalmente buena no es moralmente buena si no está inspirada directamente en el amor a Dios y al prójimo. Podemos rezar mucho, y hacer muchas limosnas, y cumplir fielmente los mandamientos; si no es el amor a Dios y al prójimo el que inspira y motiva nuestras buenas acciones, estas acciones no son moralmente buenas, no nos salvan. Los fariseos se fijaban sobre todo en el cumplimiento legal y externo de las obras que estaban mandadas en la Ley; Jesús prefiere que nos fijemos en el amor con que hacemos estas obras. Porque al final, como nos repetirá frecuentemente San Pablo, sólo nos salvará el amor, el amor a Dios y al prójimo. Oremos para que en nuestra comunidad de San Francisco cada día aumente el amor y la fraternidad en tre nosotros. LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: 1 Lectura: Efesios4, 325, 8 Salmo: 1, y 6 Evangelio: Lucas 13, 1017 Martes: 1 Lectura: Efesios 5, 2133 Salmo: 127, Evangelio: Lucas 13, 1821 Miércoles: 1 Lectura: Efesios 6, 19 Salmo: 144, ab. 13cd14 Evangelio: Lucas 13, 2230 Jueves: 1 Lect: Apocalipsis 7, Sal: 23, ab Lect.: Juan 3, 13 Evangelio: Mateo 5, 112 Viernes: 1 Lectura: Sabiduría 3, 19 Sal: 22, Lect.: Romanos 5, 511 Evangelio: Juan 6, 3740 Sábado: 1 Lectura: Filipenses1, 1826 Salmo: 41, bcd Evangelio: Lucas 14, Domingo: 1 Lect: Deuteronomio 6, 26 Sal:17, 23a. 3bc Lect: Hebreos 7, 2328 Evangelio: Marcos 12, 2834 Qué porcentaje me pide Dios como buen Administrador de mi Tiempo, Talento y Tesoro como Bienes de Dios? Todo mi corazón, toda mi alma, toda mi mente y toda mi fortaleza! 8

9 Letanías a María (XL Parte) INTENCIÓN DEL PAPA FRANCISCO Para este mes de noviembre, el Papa Francisco pide rezar por la paz, para que el lenguaje del corazón y del diálogo prevalezca siempre sobre el lenguaje de las armas. Presentamos en esta edición la cuadragésima y última parte de nuestra catequésis acerca de las Letanías a la Virgen María: REINA DE LAS FAMILIAS Es un título que faltaba en las letanías y que Juan Pablo II se encargo de añadir. Las familias tenían necesidad de una Reina. Y una Reina fuerte, que fuera parte de una familia, abogada y defensora contra un enemigo abiertamente declarado contra las familias, el Demonio. Hoy tiene el maléfico pensamiento de destruir la familia. Y ya ha hecho bastante mal. Pero se le enfrenta su eterna rival, María Santísima. Todos somos miembros de una familia y todos queremos que las familias se sostengan en el amor y en la unidad. Invoquemos a la Reina de la Familia. REINA DE LA PAZ La imagen de la Virgen María bajo la Advocación de Nuestra Señora de Fátima, continúa visitando los hogares de las familias de la comunidad de San Francisco por el Mar. Un hermoso momento para que juntos en familia oremos por las vocaciones en el mundo y por la unidad familiar. En la semana comprendida entre el 27 de octubre al 03 de noviembre la imagen de Nuestra Señora estuvo en el hogar de la familia de los abuelos Alvarez- García. Si desea que la imagen de la Virgen Peregrina visite su hogar, por favor comuníquese con la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano. VIRGEN PEREGRINA OREMOS DIARIAMENTE Oración por las Vocaciones Señor Jesús... Envía a la Diócesis de Charleston más Sacerdotes, más Diáconos, hermanos y hermanas. Elije hombres y mujeres de Fe de nuestros hogares, parroquias y escuelas para servir al pueblo de Dios. María, Madre de la Iglesia, ayuda a aquelllos a los que han recibido el llamado, a ofrecer un dichoso si a la invitación de Dios. Amén. Tan necesaria en nuestros tiempos. Si invocáramos más a María, si rezáramos el rosario con más frecuencia y devoción se acabarían las guerras, todas las guerras. Está prometido. Pero no lo creemos. Seguimos tercamente empeñados en pelear con nuestras piedras, flechas, espadas, cañones y bombas. A su Hijo se le llama entre otras cosas, Príncipe de la paz. Pues bien, este príncipe, cansado de que no le hagamos caso, nos ha dicho insistentemente: Si quieren la paz, hagan lo que Ella les diga. Él nos ha pedido que recemos el rosario. Dios mismo ha prometido paz a cambio de rosarios. María es una Reina bellísima, muy poderosa. María es una Madre amorosísima, la mejor de todas. María es la delicia de Dios. María es la flor más bella que ha producido la tierra. Su nombre es dulzura, es miel de colmena. Dios la hizo en molde de diamantes y rubíes, y luego rompió el molde. Le salió hermosísima, adornada de todas las virtudes, con sonrisa celestial. Y, cuando moría en la cruz, nos la regaló. Esa mujer es mi madre bendita... Fuente: Catholic Net PROPORCIONANDO UN AMBIENTE SEGURO La Oficina Diocesana de Servicios de Protección al Niño, existe para ayudar en todos los temas relacionados para proporcionar un ambiente seguro en las parroquias. Por favor, si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud, contáctese con: Oficina Diocesana de Servicios de Protección al Niño / Ministerio Diocesano de Ayuda a la Victima: Louisa Storen, (843)

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