Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 14, readings. from. and from the Gospel of Mark. healing and hope. Leviticus outlines.

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St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church

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Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time | February 14, 2021

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readings from Leviticus and from the Gospel of Mark today speak of healing and hope. Leviticus outlines procedures to prevent the spread of leprosy, a skin disease understood to be a great danger to the community. Those with the disease were isolated and ritually impure. Absent some cure from God, they were considered beyond hope. Their lives were like a living death, and likely they saw no future hope in their lives. Jesus’ healing of a leper was thus a profound sign of the promised reign of God, which Jesus had earlier announced. The healing was like raising the leper up from death, and thus a hint of Jesus’ resurrection. Where are there “lepers” today, those isolated or outcast from our communities? Who are those our society considers beyond hope, or deems not worth the trouble to offer hope? How can we imitate Jesus in offering a healing touch to them?

SURRENDERING CONTROL

The Gospel today concludes the first chapter of Mark, which traces the rapid expansion of Jesus’ ministry. Excitement about Jesus grows so much that he can’t enter a town without being besieged. His healing of a leper results in a reversal: the leper, who had been isolated from the community, is now free to speak with everyone. Jesus, who before could speak freely, now must isolate himself from the crowds. By serving others, Jesus lost some control over his ministry. This is the first hint of what happens later in Mark. Jesus’ displays of power—over illness, over evil spirits, over nature—eventually lead him to the “powerlessness” of the cross.

The experience of Jesus guides us in our own efforts to be of service. Surrendering control is often very difficult. To be a servant is to engage with others, where frequently we lose some control over our freedoms, time, and energies. Often there is a cross or two to bear. As Jesus let go of control in his life, he also placed his trust in his Father. He invites us to do the same.

Today’s Readings: Lv 13:1–2, 44–46; Ps 32:1–2, 5, 11; 1 Cor 10:31 — 11:1; Mk 1:40–45

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MASS Intentions

Eucharistic

Adoration

Every

THURSDAY

1:00PM-6:45PM

SATURDAY 13 8:00 AM In Thanksgiving for the Blessed Sacrament, the Holy Spirit, and the Blessed Virgin Mary

Carlito & Rebecca Untalan

5:30 PM † Martha J. Hosier Richard Hosier

SUNDAY 14 8:00 AM † Deceased member of the Krtil & Mann Families The Family

10:30 AM Geoffrey Smith, Birthday on February 15th Parents, Rich & Lisa

5:30 PM † Richard Phillips Frances E. Loflin

MONDAY 15 8:00 AM † Mabel Avila Dorothy Avila

TUESDAY 16 8:00 AM Bob & Toni Pringle, Wedding Anniversary Bob & Toni Pringle

WEDNESDAY 17 8:00 AM † Jose Anthony Cancel Judith Farrell

12:10 PM † Jesus Martinez Claudia Walls

7:00 PM Vanessa Atyabi and her family to be kept safe from

covid-19 Elizabeth L. Guerrero

THURSDAY 18 8:00 AM † Seraphin T. Pourroy Frances Loflin

FRIDAY 19 8:00 AM † Angel Ruelas Lindy Loomis

SATURDAY 20 8:00 AM † Angel Ruelas Rebecca & Carlito Untalan

5:30 PM † Winifred Aicher Mr. & Mrs. William H. Carr III SUNDAY 21 8:00 AM † Gladys Cotter - the repose of her soul Altar & Rosary Society

10:30 AM Jennifer & Xavier, Wedding Anniversary Estrellita Aclan 5:30 PM Intentions of John t. Silveira Arlene Gee

PRAYER INTENTIONS:

MILITARY MEMBERS:

Major Chris Valine (USAF), Ensign Ashley Valine (US Coast Guard), Staff Sgt. Robert James Gassmann II (101st Airborne, US Army), Capt. Chris Mount (USMC, VMM-268), Maj. Grace Anderson (USAF), U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Nicholas Cabansag (USN). SICK: Mary Hansen, Mary Snead, Erlinda G. Cacabelos, Liam McQueen, Irene Duralde, Jack Nunes, Sandi Morrissey, Janice Shields, Jim Maloney, Mel Ormonde, Jennifer Ojeda, Marilyn Biven, Randy & Cecilia Thiel, Joel Rivera, Valeria & José Ramón, Elaine Talley, Daniel J. Hoffmann, Jr; Layla Dickson, Carolyn Hoffmann, Kathy Gibson, Bella & Vendala Manfredi, Evan Anderson, Magdaleno Zambo, John Dynowski, Kelly Hansen and her parents, Peter Hansen, Joel Rivera, Darlene Costa, John

McMasters, Carlos Chavez, Will Davis, Rosa Vargas, Anton Mendoza, Marlen B. Pineda, Rex Nutter, Victor Mireles, Ladisla Pinhero ,Cynthia Toscas, Michael Johnson, Cathy McAlister, Angel Ruelas, Kay Yoshiba Mayerling, Lou Costa, Wayne Toscas, Fred Porter (suffering grief in recent loss of his son), Paul Brandt, Otto & Helga Besgen, Francis Reed (severe stroke, partially paralyzed), Bob Mier, Kay Rizza and all Care Givers, Theresa Santos, Albert V. Taylor, Judith LoYId , Virginia Badua Hangar, Armando Aguilar (Covid), Fr. Xavier Connolly, OSB

DECEASED: (+) Joseph LoYld and (+)Ruben Castaneda, (+) Angel Ruelas

6th Sunday

in Ord. Time

February 14, 2021

Whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God.— 1 Corinthians 10:31

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Altar & Rosary Society—

The regular meeting is on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. After prayer and Mass at 10:30 a.m., the usual luncheon and business meeting will follow in the Parish Hall. All are invited to attend and participate. NO meetings : June, July, August, December.

Rosary for Priests

*CANCELED UNTIL

FURTHER NOTICE. *

Cenacle of Prayer/Marian Movement of Priests

First Thursdays of Every Month after 8:00 AM Mass.

"Fear not, for I have redeemed you. I have called you by name,

you are mine.

When you pass

through the waters, I will be with you, and through the rivers, they shall not

overwhelm you, when you walk through fire

you shall not be burned, and the flame shall

not consume you."

—Isaiah 43:1-2 Our Spring Vigil begins on Ash Wednesday, February 17th. Our time to "be strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might...and take the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God, praying at all times in the Spirit." Eph. 6

We will be praying outside Planned Parenthood, Monday-Friday from 8-5, for an end to abortion here in our community, our nation and our world. The largest anticipated 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil yet, we feel our presence this season is of utmost significance. Again, will you join us?

We have wonderful leadership throughout the week from our Day Captains and would like to share their schedule with you:

Mondays Kirt Collins 8-12, Teresa Marsano 12-3, Jon Sands 3-4:30, and Kirt to close

Tuesdays Pam Karleskint- Crum 8-5

Wednesdays Mina Moncada 8-10, Jon Sands 10-12, Teresa Marsano 12-3, Robert Gibbs 3-5

Thursdays Linda Hardy 8-12:30, Mary Baxstressor 12:30-5

Friday Kirt Collins 8-12, Claire McClure 12-4, Linda and Glenn Oden 3-5

The Vigil begins Wednesday, February 17th and will go until March 28th. We encourage you to go on-line and find a day and time that works best for you and sign up on the calendar provided. We will continue to request COVID safe precautions as before. Please wear a mask and social distance. Respecting all those around us, as well as the clients, employees, walkers, etc., is always our focus - to this we are imitators of Christ.

See you on the sidewalk! Kirt and Katie Collins

P.S. We apologize for any unanswered emails to

40daysslo@gmail.com. Please feel free to use that email from now on, or kirt.katiecollins@gmail.com. Thank you for understanding!

Katie Collins

San Luis Obispo - Leader

40daysslo@gmail.com

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ELSE will be permitted ANYWHERE in the hall, including members of the Knights of Columbus, the Altar and Rosary Society and Martha’s Ministry .

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From Our Pastor Father Jacob

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ: .

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all who have submitted their weekly contributions. They have been received with great gratitude and appreciation.

HELP US STAY UP TO DATE:

We would very much like to update our online parish registration database and update the e-mail addresses we have on file. If you have been receiving and corresponding with me via e-mail, no action is necessary, if you would like to be included in my mailing list for updates and update your e-mail address in our Parish Registration Database, please send an e-mail to either our Parish Administrative Assistant Christopher

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Please continue visiting our website

stpaulspismobeach.com for updates on our parish, the weekly bulletin, link to the Sunday Mass Online, and updates from our Pastor Father Jacob Carazo, OFM Conv., and Bishop Daniel Garcia of the Diocese of Monterey. All of you are in mine and the Franciscan Community’s prayers and we kindly ask you to keep us in your prayers.

Wishing you peace and all goodness, Father Jacob Carazo, OFM Conv.

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2/2/20 = $8,476.63

2/9/20 = $6,500.29

1/17/21 = $4,780.69

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Rectory Door. In order for your contribution to be recorded accurately please include your weekly

contributions envelope or envelope number on the check. You can also now make donations through our website

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LIVE STREAMING OF DAILY MASS

We are now live streaming daily Mass Monday— Friday at 8:00 AM. You can click the link on our web-site or go to St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church -Pismo Beach on YouTube.

ASH WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE:

BEGINNING OF LENT

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2021

Masses with Imposition of Ashes at 8:00 Am,

12:10 PM, and 7:00 PM

The 8:00 AM Mass will be live

-

streamed.

Please go to https://

www.stpaulspismobeach.com for access.

SECOND COLLECTION

There will be a Second

Collection for the next two

Sundays February 14th and

21st for 2021 Annual

Ministries Appeal of the

Diocese of Monterey

Stations of the Cross

7:00 PM Every Friday

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JESUS

WAY

Today

s readings present a contrast between

Jesus

way

and the

old way.

An example of the

old way is the law given to Moses and Aaron about

leprosy: the leper was unclean and cast out of the

community. Jesus

way is the opposite: the leper is

reached out to, touched, and finally cured.

Nor ought we think of the

old way

as

restricted to the days of Moses and Aaron, or even

to the

old

testament. The difference between the

old way and Jesus

way arises in own lives. We still

choose, every day, to live in our old way or in

Jesus

way.

Jesus dared to touch a leper, disregarding the

old way. The leper then was changed forever. He

felt a calling. He couldn

t keep himself from

proclaiming that he had been touched by Jesus

(even though Jesus told him not to!). Once Jesus

touches us, we are called to proclaim his way.

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The Gloria (2)

The Gloria is a rejoicing prayer, an exclamation of praise. It begins with the song of the angels at the announcement of the birth of Jesus (Luke 2:14), a heavenly burst of

praise for God’s loving action in the world. But in the Gloria, the song goes on, leaping, as it were, from height to height, with every kind of praise, blessing, adoration, glory, and

thanksgiving. We begin by thanking and praising God the Father; then we turn our gaze to Christ, the Lamb of God. The paschal mystery of Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection is

found here, at the heart of this prayer, which descends to the depths with Christ, but then rises with him to the heavens, where he is seated at the Father’s right hand. The Gloria ends with a series of acclamations to Christ, emphasizing over and over that he “alone” is the Holy One, the Lord, the Most High, truly God, with the Father and the Holy Spirit. Our prayer of praise ends where it began, in the “glory of God the Father.” The Gloria, with its arc leading us from the glory of God to the suffering of Christ and again to glory, is the pattern of the Mass itself. At the center of all our prayer is the sacrificial love of Christ.

—Corinna Laughlin, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

COMPASSION AND GENEROSITY

Let your heart feel for the afflictions and distress of everyone, and let your hand give in proportion to your purse.

—George Washington HOLY UNION

The union of man and wife is from God. —St. Augustine

READINGS FOR THE WEEK

Monday: Gn 4:1-15, 25; Ps 50:1, 8, 16bc-17, 20-21; Mk 8:11-13

Tuesday: Gn 6:5-8; 7:1-5, 10; Ps 29:1a, 2, 3ac-4, 3b, 9c-10; Mk 8:14-21

Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17; 2 Cor 5:20 — 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Thursday: Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 9:22-25 Friday: Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Mt 9:14-15 Saturday: Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32

Sunday: Gn 9:8-15; Ps 25:4-9; 1 Pt 3:18-22; Mk 1:12-15

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time;

World Marriage Day; Valentine’s Day Monday: Presidents’ Day

Tuesday: Mardi Gras; Shrove Tuesday

Wednesday: Ash Wednesday; Fast and Abstinence; Almsgiving

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