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  • 2727 NE 54th Avenue,

    Portland, Oregon 97213 503.281.5318 www.strosepdx.org

    12 March 2017 (2nd Sunday of Lent - Year A)

    PARISH STAFF Parish Priest/Administrator: Rev Matthew Libra, mlibra@strosepdx.org Deacon: Rev. Mr. Brian Diehm, bdiehm@archdpdx.org Development Director: Mrs. Marge Rath, mrath@strosepdx.org Communication Director: Mrs. Shelly Davidson, sdavidson@strosepdx.org Admin Assistant: Mrs. Dianna Cooper, dcooper@strosepdx.org OFFICE HOURS Tuesday-Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (Summer hour changes noted inside) Parish Office: 503 281-5318 www.strosepdx.org Bulletin deadline is 12:00 noon on Wednesday. MASS SCHEDULE Saturday: Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Sunday Masses: 8:30 and 10:30 am Mass for Persons with Disabilities: 2nd Sunday of the Month,12:30 pm (exceptions to schedule noted inside) Daily: Monday - Saturday Mass: 8:00 am Holy Days: Masses at 8:30 am and 7:00 pm CONFESSIONS Saturday 4:00 – 5:00 pm, Sunday at 7:30 am, in the church, or at other times by appointment. ST. ROSE SCHOOL 5309 NE Alameda St. Portland, OR 97213 Phone: 503-281-1912 Fax: 503-281-0554 Grades Pre-K through 8 Principal: Mrs. Karen Asbury

    ADMIN COUNCIL: Dave Castricano, Phill Colombo, Karl Krcma, Jim Patterson, Karen Pinder, and Marge Rath PASTORAL COUNCIL: Suzanne Belatti, Christine Cieslak, Matt Cruz, Rosemary Hamilton, Trung Nguyen, Frank Rego, Jennifer Ratigan, Todd Rosenquist, and Christine Talkington. SERVICES St Vincent de Paul Society 503-235-8431 SACRAMENTS Preparation for Baptism, first Reconciliation, first Communion, and Confirmation. Contact the office for personal or family needs for Anointing of the Sick. Couples seeking information about Marriage please contact the parish office well in advance of the intended wedding date. Adults looking into the Catholic faith prepare during Fall and Winter for reception into the Church at Easter. SICK AND HOMEBOUND Home visitations may be scheduled by calling the parish office. Communion ministers are available.

    Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for March

    Support for Persecuted Christians. That persecuted Christians may be supported by the

    prayers and material help of the whole Church.

    mailto:mlibra@strosepdx.org mailto:bdiehm@archdpdx.org mailto:mrath@strosepdx.org mailto:sdavidson@strosepdx.org mailto:dcooper@strosepdx.org

  • The Week of 12 March, 2017

    2nd Sunday of Lent - Year A

    St. Rose of Lima Parish

    Mass Intentions / Parish Activities Sunday, March 12, 2017 7:30 am – 8:00 am Confessions 8:30 am Mass + Robert J. Chambers Jr. (Frank A. Pfersch) 10:30 am Mass + Maria Nho Nguyen (Alice Nguyen) 9:30 am - 1st Communion 10:15 am – Nursery 10:30 am Children Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) 12:15 – RCIA in cr / Confirmation in gym 12:30 Disabilities Mass Monday, March 13 7:50 am Morning Prayer in church (Prayer) 8:00 Mass + Gabe & Bernita Weber (Don Weber) 7:00 pm Rosary Tuesday, March 14 7:50 am Morning Prayer in church (Prayer) 8:00 Mass Int. Richard Taylor 10:30 am Rosary in chapel 6:45 pm Scouts in gym 7:00 pm Parish Penance Service Wednesday, March 15 7:50 am Morning Prayer in church (Prayer) 8:00 Mass + Mary Nutting (Peggy Johnson) 7 pm Called to Protect Training in cafeteria Thursday, March 16 7:50 am Morning Prayer in church (Prayer) 8:00 Mass + Frank & Margaret Libra (Thang & Mai Lan Tran)

    Friday, March 17 7:50 am Morning Prayer in church (Prayer) 8:00 Mass Int. Chuck Cain 9:00 am Confessions

    2:15 pm - No afternoon Stations of the Cross today

    6:30 pm Stations of the Cross Saturday, March 18 8:00 am Mass + Betty & Jr. Ralston (Lee & Cynthia Eves) 8 – 4 pm Scouts 1st Aid training in cafeteria 4 - 5 pm Confessions 5:30 pm Mass For the Parish Sunday, March 19 7:30 am – 8:00 am Confessions 8:30 am Mass + Frank Libra (F & W Rogers) 10:30 am Mass + Camille Mrozowski (Gayle Schneider) 9:30 am - No 1st Communion class today 10:30 am Children Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) 12:15 – RCIA in cr 5 pm – Confirmation/SuperSunday Sanctuary Lamp burns this week for Int. Peter Pham OFFERTORY: March 05, 2017 $8,208. yielding $191,998 YTD + WeShare YTD = $63,110 Combined Total $255,108 YTD versus $233,280 YTD budgeted or (109%). Thank you for your generous contributions!

    Pastor’s Keyboard

    By: Fr. Matt Libra

    Lenten Pilgrimage Lent is a pilgrimage anyone can go on. It also reminds us that in our lives here on earth we really are pilgrims. Pilgrimage is a powerful Christian theme, but it’s one we don’t always have the strongest sense of these days. We understand work and vacation, we understand traveling and destinations, but pilgrimage isn’t a word that slips off our tongue or that has much resonance for many of us. Pilgrimage was always seen as a giving up of one’s normal life to go to a place of encounter with God. God reveals Himself in our sacrifice, along the journey, and at the moment of glory when we make it to the place we Hoped to find. Our very own Stephen Cieslak is now in his second year of theology in Rome. This past December he was able to go on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and he prayed for us at these places of encounter with the Lord. He has been gracious enough to share some of the graces he received on this pilgrimage with us. On our webpage, we are posting one reflection of each week on the Facebook feed, may it strengthen your Lenten pilgrimage and inspire your desire to encounter the Lord. I hope you get a chance to read and follow along with Stephen and let his pilgrimage inspire yours. A note on our facilities— -Water damage: The water mitigation is nearly complete, but there continues to be a small leak that we are trying to find. We have had multiple companies collaborating with us on trying to find and fix the leak(s). It is small, but we don’t want to put things back until everything is sealed properly. This means Shelly and Marge continue over 2 months of being displaced from their offices. They have been magnanimous throughout this time, be we hope to get them back to normal soon. So far costs have been around $20k and insurance has covered all. - Master Plan: We have finished 2 discovery workshops along with meetings with staff and ministry leaders, thank you for all of you who came and gave input. This phase is important so that we hear from you as to what you see as our needs and what you want for our parish and school. It is important to me that we get to hear from as many perspectives as possible so we can make the best decisions. The next phase will be Di Loreto working with the city codes and putting into draft form the information/needs we have passed on to them. They will then come up with a few options for us to look at to meet our needs. If you have further input do not hesitate to let me or anyone on the facilities committee or administrative council know – at this stage the more information we can learn, the better.

  • Please Pray for Us the Sick of the Parish

    Cynthia Eubanks, Don & Terry Westom, Virginia Shipp, Donn Westom,

    Floyd Higgins, Sandra Woodruff, Barbara Shipp, Peggy Johnson, Bill

    Mathias, Gertrude Olson, Marge Fleskes, Peter Tran, Lucille Carich,

    Greg Carich, Claire Hawk, Ann Johnson, Bridget Rowley, Bill Thompson,

    Annie Schmidt, Martha Daggett, Brian McNicholas, Hayden McGarvie, Sammy McLaughlin, Claudette Derricotte, Tim Judge, Rich Gold, Peter

    Pham, Shirley Hill, Terry Taylor, Paul Westby, Brian Brown and all

    others in need of prayers.

    Next Week: March 19, 2017

    3rd Sunday of Lent - Year A During this week, please take time to pre-read the Readings for next

    Sunday’s Mass from your Bible. This will aid in giving a deeper

    dimension and understanding to what we hear proclaimed in the readings. Reading I: Exodus 17:3-7 (Give us water, so that we may drink.) Responsorial Psalm 95: 1-2, 6-7, 8-9 (If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.) Reading II: Romans 5: 1-2, 5-8 (The love of God has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us.) Gospel: John 4: 5-42 (The water that I shall give will become a spring of eternal life.) PLEASE NOTE: You can get the complete text of readings for any day of the year at www.usccb.org

    St. Vincent de Paul - St. Rose Conference

    March 12, 2017

    2nd Sunday of Lent – Year A

    In the Gospel Jesus is transfigured and a voice from heaven said, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well

    pleased: Listen to him.”

    Do we listen to Jesus when he asks us to take care of

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