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St. Elizabeth Catholic Church
Office. 903-583-7734 ● 916 Maple Street Bonham, Tx 75418 ● Emergency 972-523-9744
Hours: Monday–Friday 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Website: se-bonham.com 
Email: [email protected]—Fax: 903-583-7702
July 3, 2016 The Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Pastor: Fr. Paolo Capra
Deacon: Deacon Joe Culling
Bookkeeper: Margaret Cox
Bulletin Editor: Margaret Cox
Church Secretary: Shirley Forney
5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
12:00 noon
2:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
30 minutes before each Mass
30 minutos antes de cada Misa
Saturday /Sábado
4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
7:00 – 7:45 a.m.
By Appointment
Call the church office for appointments with Fr. Paolo for
Baptism, Quinceñeras and Matrimony 6 months before the
proposed date of the celebration.
Llame a la oficina para hacer una cita con el Padre Paolo
acerca de los Bautizos, Quinceñera y Matrimonio 6 meses
antes de la fecha de la celebración.
Faith Formation Classes/Las clases de Formación de Fe
1st Communion English 1st & 2nd year
Sunday 9:15 am
1st Communuion Spanish 1st & 2nd year Domingo 10:30am
Confirmation English 1st & 2nd year
Sunday 9:15 am
Thursday 7:00 pm
All other classes Sunday 9:15
Quiñcenera Classses—1st Saturday of the month
Baptismal Classes—1st Sunday of the month 9:00 am
Baptisms—2nd Sunday of the Month
Pastoral Council:
Marge Ross
Finance Council:
Antonio Rodriguez Chairman
Liturgy Committee:
Deacon Culling
Pastoral Care:
Carol Monte
Social Ministry:
Bill McCormick
Mar ia Macia
Coor dinator
Arturo Aldana
Fund Raising:
Safe Environment
Shirley Forney
English Choir:
Mary Ferguson
Spanish Choir:
Raul Martinez
Hispanic Ministry
Felipe Longor ia
Chair man
Youth Ministry:
Ellia Valdez/RebecaLomeli
Ladies Guild:
Marge Ross
*Knights of Columbus: Phillip Timmons
Grand Knight
*Legion of Mary:
Carol Monte
*non parish based organization, inclusion on this list does not imply
endorsement by Saint Elizabeth Church or knowledge of the activities of the
We, the Catholic Community of Saint Elizabeth in Bonham, Texas, striving to form a Christian family as called forth by our baptism, wanting to
grow in holiness and in the knowledge and love of Jesus through the Word
of God and the joyful celebration of the Eucharist, accepting our common
responsibility as welcoming and forgiving community of disciples, commit
our God-given gifts of time, talent and resources to further the mission of
Nosotros, la comunidad católica de Santa Isabel en Bonham, Texas, nos
esforzamos por formar una familia cristiana, como llamados por nuestro
bautismo, con ganas de crecer en santidad y en el conocimiento y el amor
de Jesús a través de la Palabra de Dios y por la alegre celebración de la
Eucaristía, la aceptación de nuestra responsabilidad común como la
acogida y la comunidad de los discípulos de perdón, nos comprometemos
con los dones que Dios nos ha dado de tiempo, talento y recursos para
promover la misión de Cristo.
Sat. Jul. 2
Sun. Jul. 3
500 pm
8:00 am
10:30 am
2:00 pm
Mass Intentions/Intenciones de las Misas
For Spiritual Unity
For all departed Brothers and sisters
For Spiritual Growth
For Peace in the World
For the people of St. Elizabeth
Coordinators of Ministry Committees
Coordinadores de los Comités del Ministerio
Extraordinary Ministers/Ministros Extraordinarios
Carole Monte /Maria Ventura Benitez
Margaret Cox /Maria Zuniga
Altar Servers/Monaguillos
Maria Mendoza
Juan Venegas
Environment/medio ambiente
Denise Kapp
Parish Meetings:
Ladies Guild
Finance Council
Pastoral Council
Scripture Study
Youth Ministry
Music Practice
Hispanic Ministry
Hispanic Music Practice
4th Thursday @ 4:30 p.m.
2nd Thursday @ 6:00 p.m.
1st Thursday @ 6:30 p.m.
Every Monday @ 5:30 p.m.
Every Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd [email protected] 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Todos los jueves @7:30 p.m.
Non- Parish Based Organization Meetings
Altar Servers Needed/Monaguillos Necesarios
Altar Server Classes by appointment.
Please call Maria Mendoz
Clases para los servidores de altar gse haran con el Señor
Maria Mendoza—903-486-1549
If you would like to volunteer to help with these duties .please
contact the business office .
Lectors (First & Second Reader)
Lectura ( 1ra-2da lector)
Requested by
*Knights of Columbus
*Legion of Mary
*Disciples of Jesus & Mary
*Non parish based organization, inclusion on this listing does not
imply the endorsement by St. Elizabeth's or knowledge of the
activities of the groups.
Extraordinary Ministers
Ministros Extraordinarios
(1st Sunday of the Month) Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jul. 2 5:00 pm E D. Cannon / V. Moeller
S. Turisky
Jul. 3 8:00 am E G. Straight / M. Cox
D. Kapp
10:30 am E J. Crook / J. Crook
C. Monte
12:00 pm S L. Hernandez / L. Martinez
L. Parra
2:00 pm S V. Salinas / C. Salinas
F. Longoria
M. Schreiber
B. Ross
C. Monte
R. Zuniga
M. Benitez
(2nd Sunday of the Month) Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jul. 9 5:00 am E
D. Cannon / S. Turinsky
V. Moeller
Jul. 10 8:00 am E
S. Franklin / M. Ross
M. Cox
10:30 am E
C. Sacco / C. Sacco
C. Monte
12:00 pm S
R. Gutiérrez / N. Nuñez
J. Fernández
2:00 pm S
F. Longoria / M. Zuniga
G. Niño
M. Schreiber
B. Ross
C. Monte
R. Zuniga
M. Benitez
(3rd Sunday of the Month) Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jul. 16 5:00 pm E C. Cannon / T. Cannon
V. Moeller
Jul. 17 8.00 am E. M. Cox / S. Franklin
M. Ross
10:30 am E
C. Sacco / C. Sacco
C. Monte
12:00 pm S
E. Valdez / E. Garcia
L. Parra
2:00 pm S
B. Hernandez / V. Salinas
F. Longoria
M. Schreiber
B. Ross
C. Monte
R. Zuniga
M. Benitez
Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament August 5 2016
First Friday Adoration – 11:00 a.m. Benediction—5:00p.m, Mass
after Benediction 5:00 pm.
Adoración al Santísimo Sacramento
Primer Viernes de cada mes— 5 de Agosto de 2016
Adoración comienza a las 11:00, Bendicón a las 5: 00 . La Misa,
a las 5:00 pm.
1st Wednesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Every Wednesday @ 3:00 p.m.
1st & 3rd Saturday @ 3:00 p.m.
Altar Servers
A & B Kapp
A & B Kapp
A & B Kapp
2016 Bishop’s Annual Appeal
Amount Pledged:
$ 6,669.00
Amount Collected as of 5/15/16 $2,579.00
Remainder of Pledges to Collect $8,421.00
Remainder of Goal to Collect
July 3, 2016
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The greeting of peace at Mass adds substance to a message of today’s readings: peace is
relational. When we greet in peace the person near
us at Mass, we share the touch of a handshake or
embrace, sincere eye contact, and friendly words.
The scriptures speak of a similar peace.
The first reading from Isaiah describes the peace of
the holy city, Jerusalem, a place of prosperity and
comfort where the “Lord’s power shall be known to
his servants” (Isaiah 66:14c).
The Christian understanding of peace
changes slightly. Paul writes of the “peace and mercy” on all who are created anew. Jesus describes a
feeling of peace that will rest on those who accept his
disciples and their message.
Peace is both an absence of strife and a
personal blessing. May we always and sincerely bring
peace to our own lives as we share it with others.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
First Reading — Rejoice and be glad for I will spread
prosperity over Jerusalem like a river, and the wealth of
nations like an overflowing torrent (Isaiah 66:10-14c).
Psalm — Let all the earth cry out to God with joy (Psalm
Second Reading — May I never boast except in the cross
of our Lord Jesus Christ (Galatians 6:14-18).
Gospel — Jesus sends his disciples out in pairs to bring his
peace and proclaim the kingdom of God
(Luke 10:1-12, 17-20) [1-9].
Hos 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22; Ps 145:2-9;
Mt 9:18-26; or, for Independence Day, any
readings from the Mass “For Public
Needs,” nos. 882-889, or “For Peace and
Justice,” nos. 887-891
Hos 8:4-7, 11-13; Ps 115:3-10; Mt 9:32-38
Hos 10:1-3, 7-8, 12; Ps 105:2-7; Mt 10:1-7
Hos 11:1-4, 8c-9; Ps 80:2ac, 3b, 15-16;
Mt 10:7-15
Hos 14:2-10; Ps 51:3-4, 8-9, 12-14, 17;
Mt 10:16-23
Is 6:1-8; Ps 93:1-2, 5; Mt 10:24-33
Dt 30:10-14; Ps 69:14, 17, 30-31, 33-34,
36-37; or Ps 19:8-11; Col 1:15-20;
Lk 10:25-37
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Independence Day
Tuesday: St. Anthony Zaccaria;
St. Elizabeth of Portugal
Wednesday: St. Maria Goretti
Saturday: St. Augustine Zhao Rong and
Companions; Blessed Virgin Mary
July 3, 2016
Some say tomato—and some say tomahto—you
know the old song. What do you say when you arrive at
church and see a font prepared, a baby in the wings, the paschal candle burning? Well, maybe you will say that “we’re
having a baptism today,” or maybe you say “we are having a
christening.” The proper term is baptism, since that is the
name of the sacrament. But the persistent use of
“christening” in our culture, probably from due to the influence of the Episcopal Church, is interesting.
Baptism, an ancient word, is from the Greek meaning to dip or to dunk. Christening is an Old English word
that describes perfectly well that more than getting splashed
with water, the person being baptized is being “Christ-ed.”
No matter what you call it, there’s always water involved,
and then an anointing with chrism—fragrant olive oil consecrated as a sign of Christ’s presence—poured upon the brow
as we say, “As Christ was anointed Priest, Prophet, and
King, so may you live always as a member of his body, sharing everlasting life.”
So, in being Christ-ed, you are conformed to his
image, your life is expected to be a retelling of his life in
miniature and you—even though you may be squirming or
sleeping—are commissioned to be a priest, a prophet, a king.
This means that you are called to be one who worships, you
are called to speak the truth, you are called to shape the
world and exercise right judgment. That is the deepest treasure of our tradition, and every time you gather to celebrate a
baptism, you renew your vows precisely so that you can be
more “Christ-ed.” No matter what vocabulary you assign to
the liturgy, the key is transformation of the human person in
the community of the Body of Christ
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
3 de julio de 2016
Decimocuarto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
El pasado domingo, Jesús reprendió a Santiago y Juan
por querer hacer “bajar fuego del cielo” (Lucas 9:54–
55) a un pueblo que no los recibió. Hoy, al enviar
discípulos, Jesús también les prohíbe represalias contra
quienes no los escuchan (10:10–11), mostrándonos
cómo ser los “discípulos de misericordia” de Jesús este
Año Jubilar de la misericordia. Como los primeros
discípulos, somos enviados no a proclamarnos nosotros
sino a Jesús. Así como Jesús los envió de dos en dos,
así también nosotros trabajamos juntos en la comunidad de la Iglesia. A menudo, describimos la Iglesia como Isaías describe a Jerusalén en la primera lectura de
hoy, nuestro consuelo, nuestra madre atenta y amorosa
(Isaías 66:13). Así, saliendo lentamente, como corderos
en medio de lobos (Lucas 10:3), compartimos paz reconfortante, alimentos y bebidas nutritivas (una imagen
de Lucas acerca de la Eucaristía) y, la promesa de
sanación de Jesús de la misericordia incondicional e
infalible (10:5, 7, 9). Asimismo Jesús nos invita a
proclamar el Reino de Dios mostrando cómo es que su
Reino se ve en acción. San Francisco de Asís, de quien
el Papa Francisco tomó su nombre, solía decirle a sus
primeros frailes “vayan y prediquen el Evangelio y si
es necesario utilicen palabras”.
3 de julio de 2016
Decimocuarto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
El saludo de la paz en la Misa fundamenta un
mensaje de las lecturas de hoy: la paz es relacional. Cuando le damos la paz a la persona que está cerca de nosotros
en la Misa, compartimos el roce de un apretón de manos o
un abrazo, el contacto visual sincero y palabras amistosas.
Las Escrituras hablan de una paz similar. La
primera lectura de Isaías describe la paz como la ciudad
sagrada, Jerusalén, un lugar de prosperidad y de consuelo
donde “Los siervos del Señor conocerán su poder”.
El entendimiento cristiano de la paz cambia
ligeramente. San Pablo escribe sobre “la paz y la misericordia” para todos los que son nuevas criaturas. Jesús describe un sentimiento de paz que se posará sobre los que
aceptan a sus discípulos y a su mensaje.
La paz es tanto la ausencia de conflictos como una bendición personal. Que siempre y sinceramente
traigamos paz a nuestras propias vidas mientras la compartimos con los demás.
Primera lectura — Regocíjense y alégrense porque extenderé la
prosperidad sobre Jerusalén como un río (Isaías 66:10-14c).
Salmos — Las obras del Señor son admirables
(Salmo 66 [65]).
Segunda lectura — Que nunca me gloríe excepto en la cruz de
nuestro Señor Jesucristo (Gálatas 6:14-18).
Evangelio — Jesús envía sus discípulos de dos en dos a llevar su
paz a la gente (Lucas 10:1-12, 17-20) [1-9].
Os 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22; Sal 145 (144):2-9;
Mt 9:18-26; o para el Día de la Independencia
se pueden tomar las lecturas de las Misas para
varias necesidades y ocasiones: Por la nación
o por la paz y justicia.
Os 8:4-7, 11-13; Sal 115 (114):3-10;
Mt 9:32-38
Os 10:1-3, 7-8, 12; Sal 105 (104):2-7;
Mt 10:1-7
Os 11:1-4, 8c-9; Sal 80 (79):2ac, 3b, 15-16;
Mt 10:7-15
Os 14:2-10; Sal 51 (50):3-4, 8-9, 12-14, 17;
Mt 10:16-23
Is 6:1-8; Sal 93 (92):1-2, 5; Mt 10:24-33
Dt 30:10-14; Sal 69 (68):14, 17, 30-31, 33-34,
36-37; o Sal 19 (18):8-11; Col 1:15-20;
Lc 10:25-37
Decimocuarto Domingo del Tiempo
Día de la Independencia
San Antonio María Zacarías;
Santa Isabel de Portugal
Miércoles: Santa María Goretti
Sábado: San Agustín Zhao Rong y compañeros;
Santa María Virgen
July 3, 2016
En muchos santuarios de latinoamerica y Europa se
pueden encontrar diversas ofrendas que han dejado los
fieles a través de los siglos. Entre estas ofrendas es de
particular relieve el exvoto. Exvoto (una frase en latín que
se traduce “del voto”) es el regalo que se le presenta al
santo o a la santa en reconocimiento del favor recibido.
Esto también se llama “manda”.
Los exvotos o mandas toman varias formas
desde pequeñas medallas en forma de la parte del cuerpo
que fue sanado hasta pinturas del milagro concedido. El
exvoto más antiguo en América es de una pintura mandada a hacer por Hernán Cortés en honor de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Extremadura (España). Esta
imagen reconocía el hecho de ser salvado del piquete de
un alacrán mientras estaba en México. Lamentablemente
esta pintura se extravió en el siglo XIX.
En realidad el santo o la santa no necesita el
exvoto pero los creyentes sí. Estas mandas nos recuerdan
el poder de la intercesión divina en la vida humana.
También nos invitan al agradecimiento de los favores que
Dios nos hace.
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
26 de junio de 2016
Decimotercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
En este, un domingo más del Tiempo Ordinario,
parece que Jesús exige un compromiso extraordinario. Un aspirante entusiasmado a ser discípulo se
ofrece de voluntario para seguir a Jesús “a donde
sea” (Lucas 9:57). Jesús le contesta que “a donde
sea” significa “no tener donde recostar la cabeza” (9:58). A otros aspirantes, Jesús bruscamente
niega sus peticiones para seguirlo pues les antepone razonablemente sus responsabilidades y obligaciones familiares (9:59, 61), expresando que
ahora ser discípulo exige compromiso completo.
Pero Jesús también exige que no juzguemos cómo
responden otras personas. Cuando Santiago y Juan
se ofrecen para “hacer caer fuego del cielo” (9:54)
para destruir una ciudad que no los recibió, Jesús
“los reprende” (9:55). Cualquier tipo de violencia es
completamente inaceptable entre los discípulos de
Jesús, una lección este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia es enseñar una vez más a la comunidad cristiana. El desafío de Pablo a los gálatas y a nosotros
refuerza el mandamiento decisivo de Jesús a Santiago y Juan que ellos expresaran su compromiso
hacia los demás con compasión. Debemos dejar de
ser violentos y dejar “comernos y devorarnos unos
a otros” (Gálatas 5:15), eligiendo en su lugar
“servir uno al otro por medio del amor” (5:13).
The office will be closed on Monday, July 4th.
Have a happy and safe 4th of July from Fr. Paolo
Deacon Joe and the St. Elizabeth staff.
This week the second is for the Fall Festival
Next week the second collection will be for the
Building Fund.
We are in need of counters to count the Sunday
Collections. We would like to have 4 teams of
two. This would only be 1 1/2—2 hours a month
of volunteer time for the church. Please contact
the office to volunteer. I need 3 more volunteers
to complete four teams.
We are also in need of ushers for the Masses.
Usher responsibility are to seat parishioners
when crowded, pick up the collectios, take a
head count of attendance, and to secure the collection bags in the safe. We would like two ushers per Mass. Please contact the office.
This Sunday the Knights of Columbus is hosting
a Sausage and Pancake Breakfast from 9:00 to
10:15 am in the Bishop to Center. Please come
and join in the fellowship.
Wear Project drive for shoes, clothes, bedding,and books. Please place ítems in drop
boxes in the church hall.
K & C is conducting a non-perishable food
drive for local needs. If anyone has eye
glasses they no longer need the K of C is colleting them.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
July 2-3, 2016 In today’s Gospel Jesus sends
the 72 out to tell the people the good news.
We are each called by Christ to go out to all
the world and tell the good news of the
Gospel of Jesus Christ. Do we reflect the love
of Christ in our relationships, especially our
marriage relationship? Sign up today to attend the upcoming Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend on August 19-21, 2016.
Dates fill fast. To apply, visit our website at:
http://www.dfwme.org/apply. For more information e-mail [email protected] or call 469444-0904. Para mas informacion de Encuentro Matrimonial en Espanol, escriba a [email protected] o visite
Offertory : “Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed
down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap.”
June 19 2016
1st Coll. 2nd Coll
5:00 p.m. Sat
8:00 a.m. Sun
10:30 a.m. Sun
12:00 pm Sun
2:00 pm
Chevy Cruzer
Michael Correa
Victor “Pito” Correa
Lirio Jasmine Cruz
Erin Kate Davis
Laura Johnson
Michael Johnson
Luis Juarez
Andrew King
Timothy Rosga
Ben DeVies
Vincent De Piazza
Tyler Ring
Jeremy Sanchez
Juana Ventura
Tyler Satsberry
David Mendez
Rosie Muñoz
Joseph De Piazza
Randall & Lisa Ryden
Adam Shrum
Dr. Charles Laburda
Frances Overton
Deacon Joe Culling
Francis Moncelle
Steve Payne
Rachel Morton
Jerry Don Belk
Luisa Sudderth
Monique Chandler
Maria Vasquez
Gerardo Alvarado
Bridget Gallagher
Al & Sherry Turinsky
Carole Duke
Elizabeth Kelton
Daniel Thompson
George Colley, Jr.
Kelly Sealey Hooper
Mark Woodson
Elvira & Salvador Rodriguez
Bettye Holmes
Connie Hernandez
(By Mario Bandani)
Beatrice Garcia
Wayne Masterson
Lois Masterson
Church name & address:
St. Elizabeth #932980
Bishop Grahmann Center
10th and Maple Street
Bonham TX 75418-3518
Contact person: Margaret Cox @ 903-583-7734
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Bonham, Texas 75418
Office hours are 10am-3pm Mon-Fri
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Center office,
Across the street from 916 Maple. Office hours
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