St. John Neumann Catholic Church

Houston, Texas

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Mar 11-18, 2018

Fourth Sunday of Lent — Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma  


Pray for the Sick / Ruega por Los Enfermos

Tino HerreraIda Novales
Willie MendozaVirginia Lundy
Mike WalshJames Walsh
Edmunda UrbinaEddy Johnston
Jannie Gonzales ChavezMaritone Pasco
Warlita Olay OpinaldoChip Norra
Rosalee VelasquezJamie Herrera
Mr. & Mrs. Long 

And all those in nursing Homes and Hospitals

(Please call the office to keep a name on this list for more than three weeks)


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Sanctuary Lights, Hosts and Wine

for the week of

March 11th

were donated in thanksgiving of their wedding anniversary by 


Stewardship of Prayer and Reflection    

        Nicodemus had heard of the miracles Jesus had performed and was curious. But he is not a believer as yet, indicated by the fact that he comes to meet Jesus at night, privately. Jesus engages with Nicodemus and they discuss faith and new birth. Significantly, this passage ends with a lesson about living in the light. In approaching Jesus, who is the “light of the world” (John 8:12), Nicodemus “comes to the light” (John 3:21) and is not only enlightened, but also is led gently to true faith. 

     Nicodemo había oído acerca de los milagros que Jesús había hecho y tenía curiosidad. Pero aún no era creyente; algo que se nos indica por el hecho de que fue a encontrarse con Jesús durante la noche y en privado. Jesús entabla conversación con Nicodemo y dialogan acerca de la fe y de nacer de nuevo. Significativamente, este pasaje termina con una lección acerca de vivir en la luz. Al venir hasta Jesús, que es “la luz del mundo” (Juan 8:12), Nicodemo “se acerca a la luz” (Juan 3:21) y no sólo recibe la luz, sino que también es conducido suavemente a la fe verdadera.


Quote for the Week... 

“When we encounter others, do we bring them the warmth of charity or do we stay closed up and warm only ourselves before our fireplace?” 

~Pope Francis 

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