St. Teresa of Avila Church
2216 Fargo St., Los Angeles, CA 90039
REV. MSGR. JOSEPH HERNANDEZ, Pastor
REV. ENRIQUE DE LOS RIOS, Associate Pastor
REV. DAVID LOFTUS, In Residence
Saturday Evening: 5:00 PM; Sunday; 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12 Noon (Spanish)
Holy Days: 7:30 AM, 7:00 PM
Weekdays (Monday thru Friday) 7:30 AM, Saturday 8:00 AMSACRAMENT OF PENANCE: Confessions, Saturday at 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM
DEVOTIONS: Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Wednesday 7:00 PM
MRS. MARICARMEN JUAREZ, Parish Minister/Secretary
ST. TERESA OF AVILA PARISH SCHOOL
Mrs. Christina Fernandez-Caso, Principal
School Phone: 323-662-3777
CONFIRMATION - Mrs. Mary Gonzalez, Director
Classes held September through MayEvery other Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM.
Watch the bulletin for information.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION - Ms. Jasmine Lemus, Director
GRADE SCHOOL OF RELIGION (CCD)
Parishioners are requested to contact the
(1st through 6th Grades)
parish priest at least six months before the wedding.
Classes held September through May
In English and Spanish:
(back of bulletin)
Saturday –9:00-10:30 AM
BULLETIN DEADLINE: Monday 5:00 PM
Saint Teresa of Avila
Today we begin with one of the “servant
songs” from the book of Isaiah, a song prophetic
of Jesus’ ministry of service. Isaiah’s mission is
not only to bring back the children of Jacob to
gather in Israel; it is also to be “a light to the nations” (Isaiah 49:6). Jesus Christ, as servant, will
be thefulfillment of the ancient prophecy and
the basis of the new.
This Sunday we begin a series of readings from Paul’s letter to the Corinthians. Here
Paul is identified by his mission: he is an apostle
of Jesus Christ. The church at Corinth to whom
he addresses this letter is also identified: it is
part of the universal church of God. The Corinthians are called to holiness, as are allChristians.
Though the feast of the Baptism of the
Lord was celebrated last Sunday, today’s Gospel
also alludes to the importance of that event. The
reading emphasizes that Jesus “outranks” John:
his baptism in the Spirit will eradicate sin. Jesus
accepts John’s baptism, even though it is he
himself who is the Lamb of God.
MASSES FOR THE WEEK
Sat. January 19
5:00PM-Michael Lezay Arellano †Sun. January 20
8:00AM-Santiago † and Ignacia Bacani †
10:00AM-The Intentions of Our Parish Family
12:00PM-Maria Julia Hernandez †
Mon. January 21
7:30AM-Ines Quiñones †
Tue. January 22
7:30AMWed. January 23
7:30AM-Gloria Tolentino †
Thu. January 24
7:30AMFri. January 25
7:30AMSat. January 26
8 :00AM-Sofia Martinez † and Rudy Isla †
Los Angeles, CA
This week, you are asked to readand reflect upon the
Together in Mission materials that you received today.
Those of you who subscribe to Archdiocesan newspaper, the Tidings, will receive more information about the
campaign in this week’s edition.
Together in Mission provides substantial financial support to 35 parishes and 48 schools in our Archdiocese.
These parishes and schools provide education, ministry and a Catholicpresence for tens of thousands of
Sometimes it is difficult to envision how your pledge
can help so many people. But, it does. To see how,
please review the materials and read the statements of
those whose parishes and schools receive support.
The theme of the Campaign is “See the Bounty of
Together in Mission provides an opportunity to show
our concernfor those served by the parishes and
schools that need your financial support.
If you received your pledge form in mail, please complete it and it back or bring it to Mass next weekend.
Also, we conduct our annual Together in Mission inpew pledge process at all Masses next weekend and
the following weekend.
As always, what you give should be given in gratitude
for what God has given to...
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