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Greetings from Fr. Tim
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DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER
Holy Redeemer Church invites you and your family to attend any of our Masses and special celebration as we wait and prepare for the birth of our Lord.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION - Inmaculada Concepción
(This year is not a Holy Day of Obligation) - (Este año no es Misa de Precepto)
In 1854, Pius IX solemnly proclaimed: “The most Blessed Virgin Mary, in the first instant of her conception, by a singular grace and privilege granted by almighty God, in view of the merits of Jesus Christ, the savior of the human race, was preserved free from all stain of original sin.”
Monday, December 9
7:30am & 9:00am - English
7:00pm - Español
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE - Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the New World, is a day that has been commemorated in Mexico for almost five centuries and by Latinos in the U.S. Southwest for about half as long.
Wednesday, December 11
8:30pm - Rosario (Rosary)
9:00pm - Evento Social (Social Gathering)
10:20pm - Danza Folklórica (Folkloric Dance)
11:00pm - Santa Misa (Spanish Holy Mass)
11:45pm - Mañanitas con Mariachi ("Mañanitas" with Mariachi)
"BACK TO TRADITIONS" CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
Presented by Holy Redeemer Catholic School
Thursday, December 12
6:00pm-8:00pm - (Church) - English
Please bring a new unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots.
RETIRO DE ADVIENTO Tiempo de Espera
A retreat is always an invitation from God – an invitation to set out on a journey, a journey with no path and a destination as yet unknown. This journey, if entered on with an open mind and an open heart, will help us to get to know ourselves better; and in getting to know ourselves better, we get to know God better, because God is to be found in the deepest desires of our heart.
Friday, December 13
7:00pm - Misa en Español
Saturday, December 14
8:00am - 12pm (Social Hall) - Español
Guest: Fr. Lionel Pacheco
Led by the Adult and Contemporary choirs. Come hear, sing and learn about some of your favorite carols for the Advent and Christmas sesaon.
Sunday, December 15
4:00pm - Church
Reception to follow in the Social Hall
"AGUINALDO" MASSES - Misas de Aguinaldo
The term “Aguinaldo” –a Spanish word—means a Christmas gift, or a gift given during Christmas Day, New Year’s Day or the feast of the Three Kings. There is no agreement among the experts as to why the early morning votive Masses before Christmas are called Aguinaldo masses. Either it could mean offering nine Masses to God on occasion of the birth of His Son, or it could also mean the rejoicing of the Church for the gift of His Son.
December 16, 18-20, & 23
7:00pm - Español
ADVENT RECONCILIATION SERVICE - Servicio de Reconciliación de Adviento
Are you looking to make Advent a prayerful preparation for Christmas? One way to do so is to come to our Advent Reconciliation Service. The service includes song, Scripture, reflection, and the opportunity for infividual reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Tuesday, December 17
7:00pm - Bilingual (Bilingüe)
SIMBANG GABI (Filipino Celebration)
For Filipino Roman Catholics, the Simbang Gabi (literally means night worship) is a typical way of preparing for the great feast of Christmas. This religious tradition was brought to the Philippines by the Spanish evangelizers through Mexico. Originally, it was popularly known as Misa Aguinaldo.
Sunday, December 22
6:00pm - (Church) - English
Celebrant: Bishop John Noonan
CHRISTMAS EVE MASS - Misa de Nochebuena
4:00pm, 6:00pm - English
8:00pm - Español
Midnight - English
CHRISTMAS DAY - Navidad
10:00am and 12:00 Noon - English
2:00pm - Español
NEW YEAR'S EVE MASS - Misa de Año Viejo
6:00pm - English
7:30pm - Español