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  • Weekday - English Mon.-Sat. 8:30am& 5:30pm,

    Vietnamese in Chapel Wed.7:30pm

    Vigil Saturday 5:30pm - English

    Sunday Mass in English 8:30am~10:00am~6:00pm

    Misa en Espaol del Domingo 7:00am~12:00pm~2:00pm

    Mass in Vietnamese 4:00pm

    Filipino Mass 1st Saturday of the Month 7:00pm

    Holy Day Vigil: 5:30pm English

    Day: English 8:30am & 5:30pm Espaol 7:00pm

    Vietnamese 8:30pm Exposition of the Blessed

    Sacrament First Friday ~ Primer Viernes

    9:00am to 5:30pm & 6:00pm to 7:00pm

    Sacrament of Penance Sacramento Penitencial

    Tuesdays / Thursdays martes/jueves

    6:15pm - 7:00pm Monthly Adoration

    Meditacin Adoracin Second Tuesday of the Month

    7:00pm in the church. Reparation to the

    Immaculate Heart of Mary 1st Saturday following 8:30am Mass

    Daily following 8:30am Mass Scriptural 2nd Saturday Following

    8:30am Mass

    OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH 15444 Nordhoff Street, N. Hills, Ca 91343 Phone: 818-894-1176 Fax: 818-894-3838

    Mass Schedule

    Administrator Rev. Mike Perucho Ext. 202 Associate Pastor Rev. William A. Gil Ext. 203 In Residence Fr. Kenneth Chukwu In Residence Fr. Victor Ozoufuanya Retired In Residence Rev. Peter Ha Son Le Deacon Doug & Dolores Jones Ext. 601 Deacon Rey & Lally Guiao Ext. 204 Deacon Celso & Agnes Roxas Deacon Gilberto & Maria Hernandez Martha Barraza, Parish Secretary Ext. 201 Maribel Carrillo, Bulletin Editor Ext. 216 Virtus Coordinator Receptionists Ext. 200 John Bonaduce, Music Ministry: 818.262.8375 or Ext. 214 Christine Hart, Facilities Manager 747.234.8441

    frperucho@olpeace.org frgil@olpeace.org dcnjones@olpeace.org dcnguiao@olpeace.org dcnroxas@olpeace.org dcnhernandez@olpeace.org secretary@olpeace.org bulletin@olpeace.org olpvirtus@olpeace.org receptionists@olpeace.org music@olpeace.org facilities@olpeace.org

    Rectory Office Hours Horario de Oficina

    Monday -Friday 9-7:30 pm Saturday 9-3:00 pm

    Closed 12:00 - 1:00 PM for lunch Sunday Closed

    March 20, 2016 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

    20 de marzo de 2016 Domingo de Ramos de la Pasin del Seor

  • Sunday Reflection

    Brothers and Sisters,

    The last two bulletins spoke of the first two days of the Sacred Triduum. We journeyed with our Lord through the Last Supper as he ordained his first priests and instituted the Eucharist and we spent time with him in the garden. Friday, we experienced his Passion and Death

    as we venerated the Cross which bore our sins and prayed that others too may believe. And now in the third and final day with the celebration of the Easter Vigil, the climax of our liturgical drama unfolding comes to light.

    Within the liturgy there is a great contrast between light and darkness. Darkness being sin and death and light being forgiveness and life eternal. There is also the contrast between those who do not believe and are in the darkness and those who believe and are in the light. We start outside with a sacred fire that lights the Paschal Candle. The candle itself is marked with the Cross, the A and W (beginning and end), the year 2016 and 5 pieces of incense (the 5 wounds of Christ). The flame of the Paschal candle, taken from the Sacred Fire, IS the Light of Christ, the same light that burns on the day of our baptism and the same light that burns on the day of our funeral mass. The flame is processed into the church which is dark. The single light that is Christ overpowers the darkness, and then that light is shared to all the baptized as the church is lit by the light of Christ that burns within us. A prayer, the Exsultet, is sung to speak of this wonderful light who is Christ.

    The Liturgy of the Word (in its complete form) consists of 7 readings, 7 psalms, an epistle and the Gospel. The readings speak of Salvation History 1) the story of creation, 2) the covenant between Abraham and God, 3) the exodus of Moses and his people through the Red Sea, 4 & 5) the prophet Isaiah then speaks of the covenant with God always being strong and of the waters of baptism to establish that covenant, 6) Baruch speaks of walking towards the splendor of the Lord and 7) Ezekiel completes the seven readings announcing the new heart the Lord gives us. The Gloria is then sung as the lights of the Church are turned on and the Epistle is proclaimed announcing Christ has been raised from the dead. And the Gospel speaks of the scene at his tomb as it is found emptied by his disciples. Christ is Risen Alleluia. From the moment of creation to the moment of Christs life, death and resurrection, to the present day, Gods saving hand is at work. But, wait, there is more.

    On this night, we welcome our Elect. These are the un-baptized (children and adults) who will experience the waters of baptism and enter into the life of Christ. They were in darkness, and they come into the light. Each one is immersed in the waters of baptism (3rd, 5th & 7th readings). From baptism, they receive confirmation, the 7 gifts of the Holy Spirit, but also being sealed in their faith and covenant with God (2nd, 4th, & 6th readings). And this is all possible because we are his creation, made in his image and likeness, we all belong to him and we are fruitful and multiply as our Church grows (1st reading). The Elect are now called Neophytes from the words neo (new) and phytus (planted) meaning newly planted as this new faith has been implanted in them. The whole congregation also renews their baptismal promises as they hold a lighted candle and are sprinkled with the holy water of their baptism. This reminds all gathered that we are united to Christ in our faith and united to one another as a Church.

    Finally, like all celebrations, it culminates in the celebration of the Eucharist. The Neophytes receive communion for the first time uniting themselves with Christ and the Church and we receive him again reminding us of the importance of the bread of life and the chalice of salvation that keeps nourishing and strengthening our life as disciples of Christ. Within the Eucharist, the Paschal Mystery is embedded and so in receiving Christ, we enter once again into the mystery of his life, death and resurrection which just unfolded before our eyes over this three day celebration. And the best part is we get to enter into it all again every time we go to mass every Sunday or every day if we choose. This, my friends, is the beauty of our Church. I hope that you can join us for the Triduum celebration. Blessings.

  • Hermanos y Hermanas,

    En los dos ltimos boletines hablamos de los dos primeros das del Sagrado Triddum. Caminamos con nuestro Seor hasta la Ultima Cena cuando el ordeno sus primeros sacerdotes e instituyo la Eucarista y estuvimos con l en el huerto. El viernes, experimentamos su Pasin y Muerte cuando veneramos la Cruz la cual soporto nuestros pecados y rezamos para que otros tambin crean . Ahora en el tercer y ltimo da con la celebracin de la Vigilia Pascual, la cumbre de nuestro drama litrgico sale a la luz.

    Dentro de la liturgia hay un gran contraste entre la luz y la oscuridad. La oscuridad siendo el pecado y muerte y la luz siendo perdn y vida eterna. Tambin hay el contraste entre esos que no creen y estn en la obscuridad y los que creen y estn en la luz. Comenzamos afuera con un fuego sagrado que enciende el Cirio Pascual. La vela misma es marcada con la Cruz, El Alpha y Omega (principio y fin), el ao 2016 y 5 piezas de incienso (las 5 llagas de Cristo). La flama del Cirio Pascual, tomada del Fuego Sagrado, ES la Luz de Cristo, la misma luz que arde en el da de nuestro bautizo y la misma luz que arde en el da de nuestra misa de funeral. La llama es llevada en procesin dentro de la iglesia la cual esta oscura. La nica luz que es Cristo supera la obscuridad, y luego esa luz es compartida a todos los bautizados cuando la iglesia es iluminada por la luz de Cristo que arde dentro de nosotros. Una oracin, el Exultet, es cantado para hablar de esta maravillosa luz que es Cristo.

    La liturgia de la Palabra (en su forma completa) consiste de 7 lecturas, 7 salmos, una epstola y el Evangelio. Las lecturas habla de la Historia de la Salvacin -1) la historia de la creacin, 2)la alianza entre Abraham y Dios, 3) el xodo de Moiss y su gente por el Mar Rojo, 4 y 5) el profetas Isaas habla entonces de la alianza con Dios siempre siendo fuerte y de las aguas del bautismo para establecer esa alianza, 6) Baruc habla de caminar hacia el esplendor del Seor y 7) Ezequiel completa las siete lecturas anunciando el corazn nuevo que Dios nos da. Entonces el Gloria es cantado al momento de encenderse las luces de la Iglesia y la Epstola es proclamada anunciando que Cristo ha resucitado de la muerte. Y el Evangelio habla de la escena en su tumba al ser encontrada vaca por sus discpulos. Cristo ha resucitadoAleluya. Desde el momento de la creacin hasta el momento de la vida, muerte y resurreccin de Cristo, al presente da, la mano salvadora de Dios est trabajando, Pero, esperen, hay ms.

    Esta noche, damos la bienvenida a nuestros Elegidos. Estos no estn bautizados (nios y adultos) quien experimentaran las aguas del bautismo y entrar en la vida de Cristo. Ellos estaban en la obscuridad, y vienen a la luz. Cada uno es sumergido en las aguas del bautismo (3, 5 y 7 lecturas). Desde el bautismo, ellos reciben la confirmacin, los 7 dones del Espritu Santo, pero tambin son sellados en su fe y alianza con Dios (2, 4, y 6 lecturas). Y todo esto es posible porque somos su creacin, hechos a su imagen y semejanza todos pertenecemos al l y somos fecundos y nos multiplicamos mientras nuestra Iglesia crece (1ra lectura). Los Elegidos ahora son llamados Nefit

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