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SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

FEBRUARY 11, 2018

St. Joseph Catholic Church Welcome to St. Joseph Church! 1722 North Starr Drive Fayetteville, AR 72701 CHURCH SCHOOL FAX WEBSITE

479-442-0890 479-442-4554 479-442-7887 www.sjfay.com

WEEKEND MASSES Misas Fin de Semana

SATURDAY 5:00 pm English

SUNDAY 9:00 am English

SUNDAY 11:30 am English

DOMINGO 1:30 pm Español

SUNDAY 5:00 pm Youth Mass

WEEKDAY MASSES Misas entre Semana

MONDAY 6:30 am

TUESDAY 8:20 am

WEDNESDAY 6:00 pm

JUEVES 6:00 pm

FRIDAY 8:20 am

THURSDAY 6:45 am—Liturgy of the Hours

RECONCILIATION

SATURDAY / SÁBADO 3:30 pm

Confesiones WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES 5:00 pm

THURSDAY / JUEVES 5:00 pm

Fr. Jason Tyler, S.T.L. Pastor

Fr. Elisée-Noël Njopmo Associate Pastor

Dc. Bud Baldwin

Dc. Marcelino Vazquez

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WELCOME TO ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH NEW PARISHIONERS Please register online at www.sjfay.com or fill out a manila registration card (found in the front hallway) and hand it to an usher

PHONE NUMBERS-EXT. BELOW CHURCH SCHOOL FAX WEBSITE

479-442-0890 479-442-4554 479-442-7887 www.sjfay.com

OFFICE HOURS

Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

BULLETIN DEADLINE

Friday noon the week before publication Deadlines before holidays vary

Rev. Jason Tyler, S.T.L. [email protected] Rev. Eliseo Noel Njopmo [email protected]

 Deacon

Dc. Bud Baldwin

 Deacon

Dc. Marcelino Vazquez

 School Principal

Jason Pohlmeier

 School Office Manager

Barbara Lupton

 Church Operations

Paul Warren

 Music Director

Jane Heinrichs

 Faith Formation

Maria Vazquez

 Asst. Faith Formation

Johanna Castillo

 Adult Faith Formation

Carrie Montemayor

 Youth Minister

Jim Weir

 Parish Life Director

Luz Morlet

 Finance Manager

Megan Sturgeon

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 Pastoral Secretary

Lydia Worden

 Asst. Finance Officer

Johanna Castillo

 Receptionist

Tete Gonzalez

 Custodians

Barbara Wragg, Dc. Marcelino Vazquez, John Stephens

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Please enter the Devotional Chapel from the back parking lot.

BAPTISM We ask for registration and faithful attendance. Please contact the church office for more information.

RECONCILIATION ■ Wednesdays 5:00 p.m. ■ Thursdays 5:00 p.m. ■ Saturdays 3:30 p.m.

Church & School Staff  Pastor  Associate Pastor

PERPETUAL ADORATION

COMMUNION TO THE SICK Please call the office manager to arrange for a Sunday visit from an Extraordinary Minister of Communion

MARRIAGE Please contact the church office six months in advance.

ANOINTING OF THE SICK In the event of an emergency, call the church office (442-0890) and activate the emergency paging system (phone menu option #5) For non-emergencies, please call during office hours to make arrangements

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BE MY PROTECTOR, O GOD, A MIGHTY STRONGHOLD TO SAVE ME. FOR YOU ARE MY ROCK, MY STRONGHOLD! LEAD ME, GUIDE ME, FOR THE SAKE OF YOUR NAME. cf. PSLAM 31:3-4

Jesus manifests the powerful, healing love of God by curing the leper (3) who was forced to live under severe restrictions by Jewish legislation (1). He turned to Jesus in his need and was filled with joy (Ps). We are called to imitate the healing and compassionate Jesus (2). FIRST READING — LEVITICUS 13:1-2, 44-46 The leper will dwell apart, making an abode outside the camp. RESPONSORIAL — PSALM 32 I turn to you, Lord, in time of trouble, and you fill me with the joy of salvation. SECOND READING — 1 CORINTHIANS 10:31 — 11:1 Do everything for the glory of God. GOSPEL — MARK 1:40-45 The leprosy left him immediately, and he was made clean.

PLEASE PRAY for the repose of the soul of Leona Berens, longtime parishioner and grandmother of Amanda Berens. Leona passed into eternal life on February 2, 2018. PLEASE

PRAY for the repose of the soul of Evelyn Anderson, longtime parishioner and mother of several St. Joseph parishioners. Evelyn passed into eternal life on February 3, 2018.

T REASURE S T FROM OUR RADITIONS

Today's Gospel centers on the plight of a leper and Jesus' response of healing. In Hawaii, the bacterium that causes leprosy probably entered from China in the mid-1800s, and the native islanders were susceptible to the dreaded disease. In 1866, the government literally dumped the sufferers on a remote and virtually inaccessible island peninsula with towering cliffs. Thrown off ships into the sea, the sick people were told to swim for the beach and head for caves, and for seven years the only supplies were similarly cast into the sea to drift ashore. It was then, 1873, that a thirty-three-year-old Belgian priest, Damien de Veuster, went voluntarily to Kalaupapa. Before long, he cajoled the government into funding his mission and its hospital, built a village with proper homes and sanitation, and recruited Mother Marianne Cope to bring sisters from Syracuse, New York, to nurse the sick. Damien, who eventually died of leprosy, has been canonized, and Mother Marianne as well. Although leprosy has been curable since the 1940s, today a few patients remain in their lifelong home, now a national historic site. The peninsula is still utterly isolated from the outside world, and the speed limit for the few cars there is 5 mph since there's nowhere to go! The hospital is still well-staffed and equipped, but access is regulated and visitors must take an official tour, often involving a descent down the cliffs by "Molakai mule." There are few places on earth that evoke the healing power of Jesus, or our call to follow the Healer, more than Damien's beloved island mission. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

GIVE GOD THE GLORY A curious feature of the first half of Mark's Gospel is the pattern of Jesus working a miracle, then telling the recipient of the miracle to keep still about it. Many theories have been offered: Mark is setting the stage for the great "secret" revealed when Peter will proclaim Jesus the Messiah at Caesarea Philippi; more skeptical commentators offer that Jesus, fully aware of human nature, knew that the way to spread the news was to tell people to keep it secret. The insight into this secret-keeping that serves us well, however, is that Jesus was initiating his public ministry according to the pattern that Paul describes. He was doing it for the glory of God—not for his own benefit, but for that of all. Paul would later write in Philippians that Jesus "humbled" himself to become like us. And we see this humility at work in today's healing of the leper. Jesus is trying to reveal the presence of God's reign among the people, not so that he himself might receive the glory, but so that God would be glorified through him. Imitating this pattern, which Paul encourages the Jewish and Greek Christian factions in Corinth to do, still serves us well today. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

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WEEKLY EVENTS SATURDAY, 3:30 PM 5:00 PM 6:15 PM 6:00 PM

FEBRUARY 10 Confessional Reconciliation MASS Louis, Jimmy & Rodney Alpe  Word of God Prayer Group Rm 225 New Parishioner Welcome Great Hall

Fiesta and Silent Auction

6:30 PM DeBriyn Activity Center SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 6TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Nursery available in Room 266 New Parishioner Welcome in the Great Hall after All Masses Mont Warren  9:00 AM MASS WITH RITE OF SENDING No Coffee & Donuts 10:15 AM AM Faith Formation as assigned 10:15 AM Adult Faith Formation Rm 225 11:30 AM MASS All the People Pedro & Daianna Henriquez 1:30 PM MASS IN SPANISH 2:30 PM Lenten Preparation Talks & Mtgs-Sp Activity Ctr 2:30 PM Charismatic Teachings Rm 229 3:00 PM Junior High EDGE Rm 152, Activity Center 3:00 PM PM Adult Faith Formation Rm 151 3:00 PM PM Faith Formation as assigned 3:00 PM RICA classes Rm 153 5:00 PM YOUTH MASS Don Whitney † 6:00 PM High School Youth Ministry Rm 152, Activity Ctr MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12 WEEKDAY 6:30 AM MASS Rae Myers † 6:30 PM Bridge Club Corry Hall 6:30 PM Called & Gifted Rm 225 6:30 PM Mon. Night Bible Study-Wisdom Rm 229 8:00 PM Indoor Soccer-DeLao Activity Center TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 WEEKDAY 8:20 AM MASS The Dickinson Family (SI) 9:15 AM Exodus Rm 229 6:00 PM School Board Rm 229 7:00 PM Gregorian Schola Corry Hall 7:00 PM RCIA Rm 225 8:00 PM Light of Life Choir Rehearsal Rm 152 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 ASH WEDNESDAY 6:30 AM MASS open 8:20 AM MASS Veronica O’Brien † 9:00 AM Women’s Bible Study: Epic Rm 225 12:00 PM Canasta Rm 225 No Reconciliation 5:30 PM MASS Donald Burton Weis † 6:15 PM Cub Scouts Rm 262,263,264,266 No 242 High School Meeting No Wed. Faith Formation 7:00 PM Adult Choir rehearsal Rm 165 7:30 PM MASS IN SPANISH open THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 THURS. AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY 6:45 AM Liturgy of the Hours Chapel Center 10:00 AM Knowing the Faith-Adult Bible Study Rm 225 12:30 PM Mah Jongg Rm 225 5:00 PM Reconciliation Confessional 5:30 PM Legion of Mary Rm 229 6:00 PM MASS IN SPANISH open 6:45 PM Couples Healing Ministry (Spanish) Corry Hall 7:00 PM NWA Catholic Singles 40+ Rm 225 8:00 PM Light of Life Choir Rehearsal Rm 152 4

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ALWAYS IN OUR PRAYERS Jerry Ausburn, Carol Canfield, Mary Cowan, Bill Goeddell, Phil Hafen, Jennifer Hall, Leslie Harris, Mary Johnson, Michael Mattison, Bryant Morales, Erika Nelson, Margaret Rengier, Marty Schaffeld, Travis Steelman and Eugene Walsh. PLEASE

PRAY FOR Shawn Alexander, Lorena Alvarez, Therese Appling, Jack R. Cleghorn, Lamar Cole, Omar Cortes, Henry & Lucy Craft, Pat Danganan, Amanda Marie & Jadon Dennis, Carolyn Drain, Patricia Fairchild, Glenn Fields, Nick & Ryle Fitts, Jackie Gammell, Beverly Heimsoth, Laura Huck, Jennifer Elise, Betty Kaspereit, Brendan Kelly, Tony Kleese, Molly, Ryan & Baby Klintworth, Jackie Laughnan, Sarah Lerz, John Lewandowski, Sheri, Caroline & Michael Madison, Catherine Malon, Nick Marsala, Allan, Miller, Patricia Mitchell, Barbara Moore, Judy Mooring, Judy Overton, Santiaga Pacheco, Colleen Pagnozzi, Marge Pentix, Alice Phillips-Janes, Charley Rorbeck, Rachael Schopp, Terry Siebenmorgen, Kathy Tender, Joe Terminella, Pauline Thiessen, Arturo & Rosa Velasco, Tom Weishaar, the Family of Grace West, Jeffrey Wiggins, Katherine Wohlford, and all parishioners, friends and family enduring illness or suffering.

Please email Lydia at [email protected] or call 442-0890 to add a name to the bulletin prayer list. Names in the “PLEASE PRAY FOR” section go off the list after eight Sundays. If you would like a name to remain longer, please just call.

ASH WEDNESDAY MASS TIMES

Lent will be here on February 14. Ash Wednesday Mass times are 6:30 a.m., 8:20 a.m., 5:30 p.m. in English and 7:30 p.m. in Spanish. The Wednesday Mass crowd needs to especially note the earlier time on Ash Wednesday. No 5:00 p.m. Reconciliation on Ash Wednesday. FEBRUARY 16 FRIDAY AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY FRIDAY, 8:20 AM MASS Claire Marie Murray (SI) 9:30 AM Daytime RCIA Rm 229 5:30 PM Stations of the Cross-English Chapel Center

FISH FRY

7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM SATURDAY, 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 3:30 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM SUNDAY, 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:15 AM 10:15 AM 11:30 AM 1:30 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM

5:00-8:00 p.m. Eat-in or Carry-out Rm 151,229 Charismatic Prayer (Spanish) Stations of the Cross-Spanish Chapel Center Indoor Soccer-DeLao Activity Center San Juan Batiste Charismatic Prayer Rm 152 FEBRUARY 17 Pinewood Derby Corry Hall Called & Gifted Rm 222, 225, 229 Reconciliation Confessional MASS Lewis & Alice Hansen † Couples Healing Ministry Corry Hall FEBRUARY 18 FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT Nursery available in Room 266 MASS Rhinehard & Elaine Klaus Concessions Coffee & Donuts as assigned AM Faith Formation Adult Faith Formation Rm 225 MASS Gene Boerner † All the People MASS IN SPANISH Crecimientos-Spiritual Growth Rm 229 No Junior High EDGE PM Adult Faith Formation Rm 151 PM Faith Formation as assigned RICA classes Rm 153 YOUTH MASS William Mathias  No High School Youth Ministry

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TIME TO BRING PALMS IN

Lent begins on Wednesday, February 14, this year. Please bring your palms from last year and place them in the container at the main entrance. We will burn them and the ashes will be used on Ash Wednesday. Thanks!

RECONCILIATION INSTRUCTION

Our St. Joseph Lenten Reconciliation Service will be Tuesday, March 1, at 7:00 p.m. You are invited to come a little early, at 6:30 p.m., for a special confession preparation talk by Fr. Eliseo.

SECOND COLLECTIONS

February 3-4  St. Joseph School February 10-11  Building Fund Land Appeal February 14  Ash Wednesday Collection February 17-18  Church in Central & Eastern Europe

CATHOLIC YOUNG PROFESSIONALS!

NWA CYP is an energetic Catholic young adults group that yields spiritual growth, social events, and service opportunities! For more information contact us through the following media. facebook.com/groups/NWACYPro/ nwafrassati.com facebook.com/NWACYP/ instagram.com/nwacyp/ [email protected]

ARE YOU BEING CALLED TO SERVE AS AN EMHC?

Please consider serving as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion. We are especially asking for people to go to the sick and homebound, the 5:00 p.m. Mass, and the 11:30 a.m. Mass. The next training will be Sunday, February 25, at 10:15 a.m. in the Chapel Center. Please call Alicia Minden (751-1080 evenings) if you plan to attend so enough supplies will be available.

EMHCs are required to be 16 years of age, have received Confirmation, be a registered member of St. Joseph’s, have VIRTUS certification, and have no impediments to serving.

OZARK CATHOLIC ACADEMY WINTER OPEN HOUSE Sunday, February 11 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Join us at OCA for our Winter Open House! The votes will be counted, and we will unveil the OCA mascot. We will also offer campus tours and an informational presentation. Enjoy pulled pork sandwiches and visit with members of our Governing Board. The Open House is for prospective families, friends, donors as well as all of Northwest Arkansas to learn more about the first Catholic high school in the area. RSVP for the open house: www.ozarkcatholic.org

CRS RICE BOWL

Lent will begin this week with Ash Wednesday, February 14. This Lent our parish community will participate in Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl, a program of prayer, fasting, learning, and giving. The basic plan of CRS Rice Bowl is to eat a simple meal once each week in Lent and give the money you did NOT spend on a normal meal to fund CRS programs of relief, education, health and development. Use the LENTEN CALENDAR (folded inside the cardboard rice bowl) to enrich your Lenten journey. Pray as a family, reflecting on the role we each have to play in building up God’s one human family. Read the personal stories of people who benefit from the work of Catholic Relief Services. Prepare simple, meatless meals enjoyed by your neighbors in other countries using the weekly recipes in the Lenten Calendar. Give sacrificial contributions as suggested in the weekly reflections, or set your own goals for your personal Lenten sacrifice. Visit crsricebowl.org for more information. One dollar a day for 40 days of Lent means: 3 months of clean water for 4 families, 2 years of seed for a farmer, 1 month of food for a family. Members of the Social Justice Commission will distribute the 2018 CRS Rice Bowl with the attached Lenten Calendars after all the Masses next weekend.

IMMIGRATION NOTICE

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U.S. CITIZENS OR LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENTS

Catholic Immigration Services issued this statement Feb. 2 regarding President Donald Trump’s family immigration proposal. “We suggest U.S. citizens who have parents, children 21 years of age or older, married children and siblings who do not have legal status in the USA to file an I-130 petition on their behalf, so they can start the process to immigrate to the United States. We suggest to Legal Permanent Residents to file an I-130 petition on behalf of their unmarried children who are 21 years of age or older. The above are some of the categories that President Trump is considering to eliminate within family petitions.” For more information and to see if your relative qualifies for the immigration benefit, call Catholic Immigration Services in Little Rock at 501-664-0340 or 479-927-1996 for Springdale.

MONDAY EVENING WOMEN’S STUDY

UNLEASHED: RECEIVE EVERYTHING THE HOLY SPIRIT WANTS TO GIVE YOU All women of the parish our invited to attend a Monday evening book study at the home of Erin Pohlmeier. The book discussed will be Unleashed: Receive Everything the Holy Spirit Wants to Give You by Sonja Corbitt. The dates of the study are February 19, 26, March 5, 12, and 26 and meets at 8:00 p.m. For more information please contact Erin Pohlmeier at [email protected] 5

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PILGRIMAGE TO ITALY

Interested in a pilgrimage to Italy with Father Tyler? Brochures are available on the credenzas in the Great Hall, and information can be found online at: http://gateway.gocollette.com/link/842949 The pilgrimage runs from October 30 to November 10.

DO YOU NEED PRAYER?

The last Sunday of every month beginning in February, at the conclusion of the 5:00 p.m. Mass, the Prayer Intention Ministry will pray with you for your needs. Come to the right of the altar at the St. Mark stained glass window. “Again, (amen,) I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything for which they are to pray, it shall be granted to them by my heavenly Father.” Matthew 18:19

NOTES FROM THE SCHOOL: Registration Dates for 2018-19 School Year: Current Families: Week of Jan. 29 New Catholic Families: Week of Feb. 5 New Families: Week of Feb. 12

ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DIRECTORY

PHOTO CONTEST

Arkansas Catholic is holding a contest to choose a photo for the cover of the 2019 diocesan directory. Any professional or amateur photographer in Arkansas can enter their photo of a Catholic church or institution in the diocese. The first prize winner will also get a free copy of the directory and a subscription to Arkansas Catholic. March 16 is the deadline to enter the contest. For complete rules and an entry form, visit arkansas-catholic.org.

RETROUVAILLE WEEKEND

Is your marriage going down the right road . . . or is it a little off track? Life can be difficult, and so can the challenges you face in marriage. Does the distance between you seem wide? Are you already separated? Looking for a better way? Retrouvaille can help and offers hope for a better relationship. Retrouvaille is a peer ministry of volunteer couples that can help you learn the tools of healthy communication, build intimacy and heal, just as they have done in their own marriages. Retrouvaille is Christian-based, and Catholic in origin, but welcomes couples of all faiths as well as non-religious couples. Retrouvaille can help get your relationship back on track. The next Retrouvaille Weekend is February 23-25 at St. John Center. For more information about the upcoming Retrouvaille Weekend program and signup, visit our website: www.HelpOurMarriage.com. 6

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MARY’S WAY OF THE CROSS

A beautiful tradition continues during our season of Lent. On all of the Fridays of Lent, we will have the Stations of the Cross at 5:30 p.m. The March 2 and 16 services will use the prayers called “Mary’s Way of the Cross.” Father Tyler asks that these prayers be said by the women of the parish. Since there are 14 stations plus a closing, we can have up to 15 different women, of all ages, reading at this services. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to meditate on the sufferings of Christ by walking along with Mary as she followed Jesus! We all know that when tragedy strikes our lives that our women friends are the ones who are there for us. We should be there with Mary as she follows her son on His way to His crucifixion. We welcome volunteers to read one of these prayers. It would be great for all women from 9 to 90 to be part of this. It is a beautiful way to celebrate the Lenten season. If you would like to participate, please contact Teresa Baker at [email protected] or 479-713-9144 no later than Friday, February 25.

ST. SCHOLASTICA

CENTERING PRAYER RETREAT

Nick Cole has presented Centering Prayer retreats at St. Scholastica Retreat Center for several years for those interested in strengthening their centering prayer practices. Silence will be observed throughout this weekend experience and a 12-step meeting will be available to anyone wishing to attend. Additional information is available by calling the retreat center office. The cost is $250.00 including a non-refundable $50.00 deposit required at the time of registration. Registration can be completed on-line at [email protected] or by calling the office at 479-783-1135.

POST-ABORTION SUPPPORT GROUP

Do you feel alone, hurting or unforgiven from a past abortion? The Respect Life Office, through Project Rachel, is starting a support group for men and women, beginning February 19, 2018. The spiritual journey lasts 9 weeks, with small groups of 4-6. Groups will be formed in Little Rock, Fayetteville/Rogers, and the Hot Springs area and other areas in Arkansas depending on the geographic location of the participants. All names and meeting places are strictly confidential. For details call 501-664-0340, ext. 357 or email: [email protected] All inquiries must be made by February 19, 2018.

LIVING GOD’S WORD

We can pray for the Holy Spirit to open our minds to understand what is at the heart of Jesus' teachings, and that we both discern what God asks of us and respond wholeheartedly. Thus we witness to others what it means to walk in the law of Copyright © 2013, World Library Publications. the Lord.

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Baptized into the Catholic Church in January 2018 We are happy that you are now part of our parish family! Please check our website www.sjfay.com for opportunities to participate at any of our many activities.

Gabriel Bañuelos Navarro Alexander Gonzalez Carrillo William Thomas Mabrey Isabelle Margaret Marchese Aylanie Annahy Rodriguez Vasquez Jesus Gael Rodriguez Vazquez

Families registered January 2018 Jessica Gallegos Francisco Hernandez Christopher Martinez, Jaqueline Barroso, Cylie & Caiden Martinez Leandro Mozzoni, Maria Isabel Villarroel, Matias & Maria Mozzoni Emeka Nnawuba Joseph & Judith Schenke Sarahi Segura James & Sara Thompson

God bless you all and welcome to our parish family! If you are new to our parish, please fill out a registration card and hand it to an usher or register at www.sjfay.com.

CHURCH IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

Next week, we will take up the Collection for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe. This collection supports the Church in over 20 countries, many of which are still struggling to recover in the aftermath of Soviet rule. Funds from this collection support pastoral care, catechesis, building renovations, and seminary formation. Your support restores the Church and builds the future in this region. Please prayerfully consider how you can support the collection next week. More information can be found at www.usccb.org/ccee.

MARRIED COUPLES

Give yourselves a weekend away from it all! Time away from the pressures of work and everyday responsibilities, a chance to talk and listen that special someone who loves you. If that sounds good to you, sign up now for a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend is in Subiaco, Arkansas, February 9-11, 2018. Space is limited. Apply online at www.arkansaswwme.org/ apply. For more information call Ben & Leah Brewer at 501733-1235 or email [email protected]

God bless each and every one!

2018 MASS OF HOPE AND HEALING

What: To pray for healing for survivors of child sexual abuse, and to commemorate April as the National Child Abuse Prevention Month When: Sunday, April 8, at 5:00 p.m. Where: St. John Catholic Center, Morris Hall Chapel 2500 N. Tyler, Little Rock Who:

Anyone who is interested in praying for victims, their families and friends.

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will preside with reception to follow.

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A BOOK TO READ

There is a great difference between the eager person who wants to read a book and the tired person who wants a book to read. G. K. Chesterton 7

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Stepping Stones St. Joseph Master Plan Phase III Progress Building Fund Land Appeal Loan Repayment: February payment: $17,511.00- the first loan payment and six principal payments March payment: $13,257.19 –loan payment plus four principal payments. April payment: $15,753.45 –loan payment plus five principal payments May payment: $18,395.73 –loan payment plus six principal payments June Payment: $16,303.12 –loan payment plus five principal payments July Payment: $16,565.63 - loan payment plus five principal payments August Payment: $24,593.53 - loan payment plus eight principal payments September Payment: $22,542.07-loan payment plus seven principal payments October Payment: $12,215.21-loan payment plus three principal payments November Payment: $15,069.72-loan payment plus four principal payments December Payment: $26,518.73-loan payment plus eight principal payments January Payment: : $47,986.06 -loan payment plus fifteen principal payments

Loan Amount: $553, 211.75

Loan Balance: $326,648.01

Our parish has been present for the Fayetteville area since 1884. Parishioners who have gone before us ensured through their work, prayers, and financial support that future generations would have a Catholic home here in Fayetteville. Now it is our turn to preserve our heritage and leave a legacy to future generations that includes a new church—a sacred space that gives God and our worship services the reverence that they deserve. On Sunday, February 10 and 11, the sec-

ond collection will be for the Building Fund Land Appeal. Thank you for your generosity and support!

Thank you to everyone that attended a Focus Group. The Core Team appreciates your input. Your responses will be invaluable as we begin work on the design of our new church. If you were unable to participate in the Focus Groups, you will still be able to give your input. Please watch for the parish-wide survey that

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Monthly Totals SCHOOL POOR BOX BLACK & INDIAN MISSIONS

January 2017-18 YTD 5,163.39 30,467.26 952.01 8,676.96 2,502.85

SERVING THIS WEEK 5:00 PM—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10

Greeters Joe & Trish Herzog (next week Sara & William Terrill) Ushers Ken Baker, Albert Baltz, Richard Maddan, Don Wise Servers NEXT WEEK Sam Sexton, Mikala Sexton Lectors Bill Grosskreutz, Dick Lloyd (next week Sophie Fernando, Frank Flurry) EMCs Joe Betz, Kathleen Blessing, Lynn Cleaveland, Bob Kelly, Kathy Launder, Brandon Long

EMCs TO THE SICK—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Kathleen Steinert, Betty Rowe, Beth Ann Booth, Jeanie Baltz, Jean Dawson

EMCs TO THE SICK— NEXT SUNDAY

Beth Ann Booth, Dick Lloyd, Ruben/ Marietta, Joseph Beil, Brandon Long

9:00 AM—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Greeters Jason Pohlmeier (next week Ruben & Marietta Baltz) Ushers Alan Bearden, Eric Heil, Mark Scalise, Vince Massanelli, Ted Villinski, Tom Weishaar Servers NEXT WEEK Ava Erck, Jack Erck, Isaac Pohlmeier, Brianna Shoffit Lectors Anita Parisi (next week Mark Scalise, Anita Parisi) EMCs Marietta Baltz, Ruben Baltz, Becky Hartman, Bill Hebert, Gerette Hebert, Derald Logue, Kathleen McCall, Laura Pasley, Laura Pasley, Jacqueline Scalise, Jim Stowe

11:30 AM—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Greeters Gretchen Brannon (next week Linda Nichols) Ushers Frank Connors, John Davidson, Mark Draper, Joe Dushan, Gary Frala, Roddy Montemayor Servers NEXT WEEK Cole Flynn, Carly Flynn, Nick Draper Lectors Paula Thiessen (next week Kathy Matthews) EMCs Joseph Beil, Amy Kay Booker, Jacqueline Dumond, Lorraine Giczkowski, Vaughn Knight, Suellen Mee

5:00 PM—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Lectors EMCs

Laurie Brady, (next week Jack Otten, ) Johanna Berryman, Hunter Davis, Lupe Lopez, Ron Novak, Carin Schoppmeyer, Brian Wood

GENERAL COLLECTION Goal

Actuals

DECEMBER 180,000.00 JANUARY 120,000.00 FEBRUARY 4 22,764.71 FEBRUARY TO DATE 22,764.71 YTD (JULY -PRESENT) 809,764.78 2017-18 YTD Surplus/Shortage

219,836.39 107,537.38 33,017.21 33,017.21 823,091.37 13,326.59

BUILDING FUND - LAND ACQUISITION

Original loan balance Monthly minimum payment January payment Remaining balance

MASS TIME Sat. 5:00 p.m. Sun. 9:00 a.m. Sun. 11:30 a.m. Sun. 1:30 p.m. Sun. 5:00 p.m. TOTALS

553,210.75 4,172.33 47,986.06 326,648.01

MASS COUNT 14-Jan 160 536 385 240 179

21-Jan 236 486 328 433 200

28-Jan 181 544 337 537 178

4-Feb 229 507 416 518 109

1500

1683

1777

1779

READINGS

Mon: Jas 1:1-11; Ps 119:67-68, 71-72, 75-76; Mk 8:11-13 Tue: Jas 1:12-18; Ps 94:12-13a, 14-19; Mk 8:14-21 Wed: Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17; 2 Cor 5:20—6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Thu: Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 9:22-25

Fri:

Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Mt 9:14-15

Sat: Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32 Sun: Gn 9:8-15; Ps 25:4-9; 1 Pt 3:18-22; Mk 1:12-15

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CALENDARIO PARROQUIAL DOMINGO 11 DE FEBRERO—6TO DOMINGO ORDINARIO NO SOCIALES DESPUÉS DE CADA MISA 9:00 A.M MISA (INGLES) 10:15 A.M. CLASES DE FORMACIÓN DE FE 11:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 1:30 P.M. MISA (ESPAÑOL) 2:30 P.M. CRECIMIENTOS 2:30 P.M. CHARLA DE PREPARACIÓN DE CUARESMA 3:00 P.M. CLASES DE FORMACIÓN DE FE 3:00 P.M. RICA (ESPAÑOL) 3:00 P.M. EDGE (GPO JUVENIL GRADOS 7° Y 8°) 5:00 P.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 6:00 P.M. GPO JUVENIL GRADOS 9°-12° LUNES 12 DE FEBRERO 9:00 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 6:30 P.M. LLAMADO Y DOTADOS (INGLÉS) MARTES 13 DE FEBRERO 8:20 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 7:00 P.M. RICA (INGLÉS) 7:30 P.M. ENSAYO CORO SAN JUAN BAUTISTA 8:00 P.M. ENSAYO CORO LUZ DEL MUNDO MIÉRCOLES 14 DE FEBRERO—MIÉRCOLES DE CENIZA 6:30 A.M. MISA MIÉRCOLES DE CENIZA (INGLÉS) 8:20 A.M. MISA MIÉRCOLES DE CENIZA (INGLÉS) 5:00 P.M. NO CONFESIONES 5:30 P.M. MISA MIÉRCOLES DE CENIZA (INGLÉS) 6:15 P.M. LOBATOS (CUB SCOUTS) 6:30 P.M. NO CLASES DE FORMACIÓN DE FE 6:30 P.M. NO GRUPO JUVENIL 242 7:30 P.M. MISA MIÉRCOLES DE CENIZA (ESPAÑOL) JUEVES 15 DE FEBRERO 6:45 A.M. LITURGIA DE LAS HORAS (INGLÉS) 5:00 P.M. CONFESIONES 5:30 P.M. LEGIÓN DE MARÍA (INGLÉS) 6:00 P.M. MISA (ESPAÑOL) 6:45 P.M. SANACIÓN DE PAREJAS (ESPAÑOL) 7:30 P.M. ENSAYO CORO SAN JUAN BAUTISTA 8:00 P.M. ENSAYO CORO LUZ DEL MUNDO VIERNES 16 DE FEBRERO 8:20 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 5:30 P.M. VÍA CRUCIS (INGLÉS) 5:30 P.M. VENTA DE PESCADO FRITO 7:00 P.M. VÍA CRUCIS (ESPAÑOL) GRUPO CARISMÁTICO, DESPUÉS DEL VÍA CRUCIS SÁBADO 17 DE FEBRERO 9:00-11:30 A.M. LLAMADOS Y DOTADOS (INGLÉS) 2:00 P.M. RITO DE ELECCIÓN EN SVdP EN ROGERS 3:30 P.M. CONFESIONES 5:00 P.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 6:30 P.M. SANACIÓN DE PAREJAS (INGLÉS) DOMINGO 18 DE FEBRERO—1ER DOMINGO DE CUARESMA 9:00 A.M MISA (INGLES) 10:15 A.M. CLASES DE FORMACIÓN DE FE 11:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 1:30 P.M. MISA (ESPAÑOL) 2:30 P.M. CRECIMIENTOS 3:00 P.M. CLASES DE FORMACIÓN DE FE 3:00 P.M. RICA (ESPAÑOL) 3:00 P.M. NO EDGE (GPO JUVENIL GRADOS 7° Y 8°) 5:00 P.M. MISA (INGLÉS) 6:00 P.M. NO GPO JUVENIL GRADOS 9°-12° 12

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INFORMACIÓN SACRAMENTAL TEL. 442-0890 BAUTISMO Favor de hacer cita con Lucy Morlet (español) ext. 150 ó [email protected] ó con Lydia Worden (inglés) ext. 202 ó [email protected] por lo menos tres meses antes del Bautismo. CONFIRMACIÓN Contactar a Jim Weir (inglés), Director del Grupo Juvenil ext. 152 ó [email protected]m ó Tete González (español) 442-0890 ó [email protected] PRIMERA COMUNIÓN Contactar a María Vázquez, Directora de Formación de Fe ext. 203 ó [email protected] ó Johanna Castillo, Asistente ext. 205 ó [email protected] CONFESIONES Miércoles y Jueves, 5pm, Sábados, 3:30 pm ó por cita SANTA MISA Domingos: 9 am (inglés), 11:30 am (inglés), 1:30 pm (español), 5pm (inglés), Lunes: 6:30 am (inglés), Jueves: 6 pm (inglés), Martes: 8:20 am (inglés), Viernes: 8:20 am (inglés), Miércoles: 6 pm (ingles), Sábados: 5 pm (inglés) Si desea ofrecer una Misa por un ser querido favor de hablar a Tete González al 442-0890. Si desea que un ser querido reciba la Comunión en casa ó en el hospital, favor de hablar a Mary Vázquez, ext. 203. UNCIÓN DE LOS ENFERMOS La Unción de los Enfermos no es un Sacramento solo para aquellos que están a punto de morir, es un Sacramento para vivir, es por eso que si desea que un sacerdote vaya a darle la unción de los enfermos, le pedimos que nos llame de lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m. ÓRDEN SACERDOTAL (VOCACIONES RELIGIOSAS) Contactar al Padre Tyler al 442-890 ext. 200 ó [email protected] MATRIMONIO Contactar a Lucy Morlet (español) al 442-0890 ext. 150 ó [email protected] ó Lydia Worden (inglés) al 442-0890 ext. 202 ó [email protected] con, al menos, nueve meses de anticipación. Si necesita informes acerca de cómo tramitar una ANULACIÓN MATRIMONIAL, favor de contactar a Lucy Morlet (español) ext. 150 ó [email protected] ó Lydia Worden (inglés) ext. 202 ó [email protected]

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Mc 1, 40-45 En aquel tiempo, se le acercó a Jesús un leproso para suplicarle de rodillas: "Si tú quieres, puedes curarme". Jesús se compadeció de él, y extendiendo la mano, lo tocó y le dijo: "¡Sí quiero: Sana!" Inmediatamente se le quitó la lepra y quedó limpio. Al despedirlo, Jesús le mandó con severidad: "No se lo cuentes a nadie; pero para que conste, ve a presentarte al sacerdote y ofrece por tu purificación lo prescrito por Moisés". Pero aquel hombre comenzó a divulgar tanto el hecho, que Jesús no podía ya entrar abiertamente en la ciudad, sino que se quedaba fuera, en lugares solitarios, a donde acudían a él de todas partes.

NOTIFICACIÓN DE INMIGRACIÓN A CIUDADANOS NORTEAMERICANOS Y RESIDENTES PERMANENTES Servicios Católicos de Inmigración emitió esta declaración el 2 de febrero acerca de ciertas propuestas de inmigración del Presidente Trump. “Debido a sugerencias hechas por el Presidente Trump, les sugerimos a los ciudadanos norteamericanos que tengan: padres, hijos de 21 años o más, hijos casados, y hermanos que no tengan estatus legal en los Estados Unidos que hagan una petición I-130 para ellos, para iniciar el proceso que inmigren a los Estados Unidos, y a la vez que haya reunificación familiar. Les sugerimos a los Residentes Permanentes que hagan la petición I-130 para sus hijos solteros de 21 años o más. Las anteriores son unas de las categorías que el Presidente Trump está considerando eliminar dentro de las peticiones familiares.” Para mayor información y para ver si su familiar califica para ese beneficio, comuníquese a Servicios Católicos de Inmigración al 501-664-0340 en Little Rock, o al 479927-1996 en Springdale.

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