2nd Mini Drawing, 4/13/2021 - Congratulations John Borrego

1st Mini Raffle Drawing, 3/30/2021 - Congratulations Pete & Carla Lowe

Parish News - Updated 4/10/2021

  1. Tickets for the 2021 raffle for San Juan Bautista Parish were mailed out.  For those that did not receive tickets in the mail, you can always pick up tickets at the Parish office.   The first mini drawing is March 30th at 1:00 p.m.  Click here to read letter from Fr. Herrera.
  2. The ACA Report as of 3/24/2021 has been posted, scroll down to view.
  3. February 2021 Monthly Financial Report has been posted.  Please select the “Finance Reports” tab.
  4. We are livestreaming the stations of the cross every Friday during Lent.  Please go San Juan Bautista Parish and Tewa Missions on YouTube to watch.  In addition, we are livestreaming the Sunday, 7:30 AM mass.
  5. You can also find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sanjuan.bautista.39904.

An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that Thou art present in the Blessed Sacrament.

I love Thee above all things, and I desire Thee in my soul.

Since I cannot now receive Thee sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. As though Thou wert already there, I embrace Thee and unite myself wholly to Thee; permit not that I should ever be separated from Thee.

Prayer during the Corona virus threat

The Memorare

Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thine intercession was left unaided.

Inspired by this confidence, I fly unto thee, O Virgin of virgins, my mother; to thee do I come, before thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer me.

From: https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/devotions/memorare-393

Reflection for Easter Sunday

Reflection for 4 April 2021

Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord

Mass of the Day

Fr. Jose Geronimo Herrera

I read somewhere that in the early church the Christians would greet each other by saying: “He is risen” and the response would be “He is risen indeed.”  Today, as we once again recall the event that transformed the world, we proclaim that “on the third day” Jesus rose from the dead!  The Gospel for the Mass of the day (On Easter Sunday there are several different Masses that may be celebrated:  The Easter Vigil [on Saturday night] and then the Mass at morning followed by the Mass of the Day.)  In the Third Mass, called the Mass of the Day, we listen to the Gospel of St. John as he recalls the events of that Easter morning.  Peter and John run to the tomb after Mary Magdalen informs them that the body of the Lord was missing.  John lets Peter go in first as he is the prince of the apostles, and then when John does enter, John tells us that he “saw and believed.” (Jn 20: 4-8) What did he see?  He saw the empty tomb and the shroud that had covered the body of the Lord.  Some scholars have speculated, based on the Shroud of Turin, that the shroud in the tomb was laying as if there was still a body in it, but there was no body. As if the body had simply passed through the linen in the same way that the Gospels tell us that Jesus came through the locked door in the upper room after the resurrection.  In the same way as the famous mystic, Mary of Agrada, says Jesus passed through the womb of his mother Mary into the world yet she remained a virgin after as before the birth.  Like how light passes through a window yet leaves the window intact. Just so, the risen Jesus wants to penetrate the deepest recesses of our hearts and bring them to new life.  To make us new again. This easter, let us with John, see and believe for he is risen indeed!

Reflexión para el 4 de abril de 2021

Domingo de resurrección del Señor

Misa del Día

José Gerónimo Herrera

Leí en algún lugar que en la iglesia primitiva los cristianos se saludaban diciendo: "Él ha resucitado" y la respuesta era "Él está resucitado de hecho".  Hoy, recordamos una vez más el acontecimiento que transformó el mundo, proclamamos que “al tercer día” Jesús realmente resucito de entre los muertos. El Evangelio para la misa del día (El Domingo de Pascua hay varias misas diferentes que se pueden celebrar: La Vigilia pascual [el sábado por la noche] y luego la misa por la mañana seguida de la Misa del Día.) En la Tercera Misa, llamada ‘misa del día’, escuchamos el Evangelio de San Juan mientras recuerda los acontecimientos de aquella mañana de Pascua.  Pedro y Juan corren a la tumba después de que María        Magdalena les informa que el cuerpo del Señor había desaparecido.  Juan deja entrar a Pedro primero, ya que es el príncipe de los apóstoles, y luego, cuando Juan entra, Juan nos dice que “vió y creyó". (Jn 20: 4-8) ¿Qué es lo que vio?  Vio la tumba vacía y el sudario que había cubierto el cuerpo del   Señor.  Algunos eruditos han especulado, basándose en el Sudario de Turín, que el sudario en la tumba estaba tendido como si todavía hubiera un cuerpo en ella, pero no había   cuerpo. Como si el cuerpo simplemente hubiera pasado por el sudario de la misma manera que los Evangelios nos dicen que Jesús entró por la puerta cerrada en el cenáculo después de la resurrección.  De la misma manera que la famosa mística,  María de Agrada, dice que Jesús pasó por el vientre de su  madre María al mundo, su virginidad intacta después como antes del nacimiento.   Al igual que la forma en que la luz pasa a través de una ventana, pero deja la ventana intacta. Así, Jesús resucitado quiere penetrar en el recinto más profundo de nuestro corazón y llevarlos a una nueva vida.  Para hacernos nuevos otra vez. ¡Esta Semana Santa, vamos con Juan al sepulcro vacío y veamos y creamos que Jesús está  resucitado!

ACA Report as of 3/24/2021

Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) Information

San Juan Bautista and Tewa Missions Goal for 2021 is $29,600.

The Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) for 2021 campaign has begun.  If you did not receive an ACA envelope in the mail, there are some located at the back of the church.  You can place the completed form and envelope in the collection basket.  It is best to use a check when using the envelopes.  

DONATE NOW - Make a one-time donation, or set up a payment plan with a frequency that is convenient for you.

PLEDGE HERE - Not yet ready to donate:  Make your pledge herre, and we will send you regular pledge balance reminders.

If you prefer to make your pledge or donation over the phone, please call 505.831.8138, or click here to contact ACA directly.  Please provide your name and phone #, and if you would like to talk with a Spanish-speaking representative.

Schedule for Accepting Mass Intentions

Mass Intention Helpful Guidelines

  • Mass intentions must be requested two weeks in advance to ensure it gets into the bulletin.
  • The suggested mass stipend offering is $10 per mass.
  • Three (3) intentions can be offered per mass stipend.
  • Mass intention requests must be done in the parish office.  no mass intention or money shall be accepted outside the office.  
  • Parishioners can request mass intentions by using the "Mass Intention Envelopes" located at the back of the church and placed in the collection basket.  If envelopes are used, please be sure to include a phone number.

Online Givers

A big thank you to all of you who are using our online giving option.  During this time of church occupancy limits as well as for those not ready to attend in-person Sunday Mass, this option may be one you might consider.  I recommend using the Memorare and the Prayer to St. Michael.  If you need anything, please call the office during office hours or the priests on their phones at all other times. 

Fr. Jose Herrera

Secure Online Giving

You can set up your donation for San Juan Bautista, Tewa Missions or St. Vincent de Paul. 

Click to Give - Thank You!

 

How do new parishioners register for an account?

 

Registering for FORMED is easier than ever:

  1. Go to formed.org/signup
  2. Select your parish:  San Juan Bautista and Tewa Missions
  3. Register with your name and email address
  4. Check that email account for a link to begin using FORMED

 

 

 

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