St. John Neumann Catholic Church

Houston, Texas

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June 28-July 5, 2015

THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME DÉCIMO TERCER DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO 



Pray for the Sick / Ruega por Los Enfermos

 

 

  • Msgr. Seth Hermoso,
  • Valerie Walsh,
  • Eddy Johnston,
  • Tino Herrera,
  • Juanito Peralta,
  • Willie Mendoza,
  • Ida Novales,
  • Virginia Lundy,
  • Jose Gonzalez,
  • Bonnie Booney,
  • Rebecca Dominguez,
  • Rose Gurrea,
  • Aurora Protomartir,
  • Long Kim Nguyen,
  • Alice Wagner,
  • James Jordan,
  • Mayra Guzman,
  • Margarita Guzman,
  • Dalia Gutierrez,
  • Anselmo Saucedo,
  • James, 
  • Chaney,
  • Harmon Martin 
  • and all those in nursing homes and hospitals. 
(Please call the office to keep a name on this list for more than three weeks)

Please Pray for our Men and Women in the Military

  • Andrew De Haro,
  • Berenice Garcia,
  • Eric Granados,
  • Duane Edward Jackson,
  • Fernando Jamandre,
  •  Rafael Jamandre,
  • Jennifer Konvicka,
  • Mark Konvicka, Jr.,
  • Michael Martinez,
  • Rory McBride,
  • Francisco Javier Mills,
  • Edgar Ramirez,
  • Karina Rosales,
  • Pedro Rosas,
  • Garett Smith,
  • Oscar Orlando Gomez Villatoro,
  • their families & loved ones. 

 

                                                                  
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Altar Flowers for 

the week of June 28 

were donated by Maricel and Jonathan Richmond for 

Lana's 3rd Birthday 

Stewardship of Prayer and Reflection

 

Image result for faith healsFAITH HEALS / LA FE SANA

At death’s apparent triumph over Jairus’ daughter, the crowd ridicules Jesus’ and Jairus’ faith. “Just have faith,” Jesus counsels. Though the Law prohibits touching the dead, Jesus grasps the child’s hand. The original Aramaic’s simplicity, “Arise,” reminds us that faith, not a magic formula, heals. Then, Jesus commands that the newly-raised-up child be fed, as Jesus welcomes us, raised in Baptism, to the Eucharistic feast.

Cuando la muerte aparenta triunfar sobre la hija de Jairo, la multitud ridiculiza la fe de Jesús y la de Jairo. “Basta que tengas fe”, le aconseja Jesús. Aunque la ley prohíbe tocar un cadáver, Jesús toma de la mano a la niña. El simple “Levántate” de la lengua aramea original nos recuerda
que la fe, sin ser una fórmula mágica, sana. Luego Jesús manda que le den de comer a la niña recién vuelta a la vida, de la misma manera que Jesús nos recibe a nosotros en el banquete eucarístico, una vez que hemos sido devueltos a la vida por el Bautismo. 

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Our Goal: $66,000.00
Pledged: $ 47,546.56
Paid:$ 35,440.23
Goal Reached:54%
Participants: 266

“The world we have received also belongs to who will follow us.”  

~ Pope Francis

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