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                  Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish . 3900 Wisconsin Street, Anchorage, AK 99517 . 907-248-2000


 



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Opening for and Director of Faith Formation

 

Our Lady of Guadalupe, a vibrant multicultural parish of 750 families in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a Director of Faith Formation. Applicants should have at least a Bachelors degree in a related field and a minimum of two years experience in experience in faith formation. Responsible for overseeing, running and maintaining the Faith Formation program for grades (1st thru high school and adults) as well as youth group program. Salary and benefits consistent with qualifications and experience. To apply please send a resume either by email (frvinceb@olgak.org) or letter to 3900 Wisconsin Street, Anchorage, AK  99517 For further information call 907-248-2000. 

 

Buscando un/a Cordinandor y Director/a de formación de la fe

 
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, una parroquia multicultural vibrante de 750 familias en Anchorage, Alaska, está buscando un Director de Formación de la Fe. Los solicitantes deben tener por lo menos una licenciatura en un campo relacionado, y un mínimo de dos años de experiencia en experiencia en la formación de la fe. Responsable de supervisar, ejecutar y mantener el programa de Formación de Fe para los grados (primero a través de la escuela secundaria y adultos), así como el programa de grupo de jóvenes. Salario y beneficios consistentes con las calificaciones y experiencia. Para aplicar por favor envíe una hoja de vida por correo electrónico (frvinceb@olgak.org) o carta de 3900 Wisconsin Street, Anchorage, AK 99517 Para más información llame al 907-248-2000.


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BEING LIFTED UP

In today’s Gospel, Jesus reminds Nicodemus how Moses had “lifted up the serpent in the desert.” Then Jesus says, “So must the Son of Man be lifted up, that all who believe may have eternal life in him.” The evangelist clearly saw this “lifting up” of Jesus to mean his crucifixion. That “lifting up” of the serpent by Moses is described in today’s first reading. The people were attacked by “saraph serpents,” and many died. God had Moses make an image of the serpent and put it on a pole and lift it up.

The people who had been bitten looked at it and recovered. Jesus “emptied himself, taking the form of a slave.” Lifted up on the cross, he was despised and seemed the most abject of people. But it was in embracing this disgrace and painful death that he became the bearer of eternal life for all of us. His “lifting up” in shame was also his “lifting up” in glory and triumph.

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SER LEVANTADOS

En el Evangelio de hoy, Jesús le recuerda a Nicodemo cómo Moisés había “levantado la serpiente en el desierto”. Entonces dice Jesús, “así también es necesario que el Hijo del Hombre sea levantado en alto, para que todo aquel que crea tenga por él vida eterna”. El evangelista claramente da a entender que este “ser levantado” de Jesús se refiere a su crucifixión. La serpiente que Moisés “levantó” está descrita en la primera lectura de hoy. El pueblo fue atacado por “serpientes de las llamadas ‘ardientes’”, y muchos murieron. Dios dijo a Moisés que hiciera una imagen de la serpiente y la pusiera en un palo y la levantara. Si alguno era mordido, miraba a la serpiente y se recuperaba. Jesús se “despojó de sí mismo, tomando la forma de un esclavo”. Levantado en la cruz, fue escarnecido y parecía el más despreciable de todos. Pero fue abrazando esta deshonrosa y penosa muerte que llegó a ser el portador de la vida eterna para todos nosotros. Al ser “levantado” cubierto de vergüenza fue también “levantado” glorioso y triunfante.

 

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