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Off Highway 68 - P.O. Box 72 60 St. Francis Plaza Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557 Phone (575) 758-2754 [email protected] Facebook - facebook.com/sfranchos San Francisco de Asis is an 18th century adobe National Historic Landmark. It is an active church which includes the outlying Capillasof Nuestra Senora del Carmen in Llano Quemado, San Isidro in Los Cordovas, and Nuestra Senora de San Juan de Los Lagos in Talpa. Constructed of mud and straw sun-dried adobe bricks, this church still stands as one of the few original buildings in Taos. San Franciso de Asis is a living testament to the strong faith and sincere devotion of Hispanic Catholic generations who have managed to carry their religious traditions forward to present day. This earthen temple of God has twin bell towers, an arched portal entrance, hand-hewn vigas(ceiling beams) hand- carved corbels, and a choir loft. Eight imported oil paintings are set within the a hand-carved / hand-painted reredo (Altar Screen). We urge all visitors to view the incredible Mystery Painting.Since it is a sacred image, there is no charge to see it. A representative from the Gift Shop will escort you to it. If you wish to leave a donation, thank you. Please remember that all donations go to preserve our historic church. Visiting hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, 7 days a week. Call the Parish Office to register large viewing groups and church tours: 575-758-2754. Parish Office Hours During Covid: M-Th 8:00am - 4:00pm Friday: 8:00 to Noon Closed during the lunch hour 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday -Thursday Pastor: Fr. Michael Garcia, Business Manager: Maria Jaramillo, Parish Secretary: Cindy Jeantette, Purchasing Agent/Bulletin Editor: Margaret Hammer, Historian/Archivist: Guadalupe Tafoya RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Religious Education Coordinator: Margaret Hammer SATURDAY MASS Confessions in Ranchos ( by appointment) 5:00 pm (Vigil Mass): 1st Saturday in Ranchos de Taos Church 2nd Saturday in Llano Quemado Capilla 3rd Saturday in Los Cordovas Capilla 4th Saturday in Talpa Capilla 5th Saturday in Ranchos de Taos Church SUNDAY MASSES 8:00 am Spanish Mass in Ranchos de Taos Church 10:00 am English Mass in Ranchos de Taos Church WEEKDAY MASSES: Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 7:00am Mass in Ranchos de Taos Church (check bulletin for daily changes) ADORATION CHAPEL Open 7 days a week: 4:00pm - 9:00pm. If life gets you down and you find yourself weary and troubled, why not spend an hour with our Lord Jesus Christ in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament? He is waiting to refresh and heal you! SACRAMENT OF THE SICK If anyone is in danger of death in the hospital, ER, or is about to go into surgery, please call the Parish Office for an anointing. The Sacrament of the Sick is essential for the health of the body and soul. September 26, 2021 Twenty Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time SACRAMENTS of BAPTISM / MARRIAGE Applications for the Sacrament of Baptism and Marriage are available at the Parish Office. For Baptism, completion of a baptismal class is required, and certification of it must be signed by a minister. The child to be baptized must have an approved Saints name. Arrangements for the Sacrament of Marriage must be made at least 6 months in advance of the desired date. Individual interviews of the Bride & Groom are required and additional documentation. Note: Before any Sacrament can be celebrated in church all documents must be processed. Thank you.

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Page 1: Off Highway 68 P.O. Box 72

Off Highway 68 - P.O. Box 72

60 St. Francis Plaza

Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557

Phone (575) 758-2754

[email protected]

Facebook - facebook.com/sfranchos

San Francisco de Asis is an 18th century adobe National Historic Landmark. It is an active church which includes the outlying “Capillas” of Nuestra Senora del Carmen in Llano Quemado, San Isidro in Los Cordovas, and Nuestra Senora de San Juan de Los Lagos in Talpa. Constructed of mud and straw sun-dried adobe bricks, this church still stands as one of the few original buildings in Taos. San Franciso de Asis is a living testament to the strong faith and sincere devotion of Hispanic Catholic generations who have managed to carry their religious traditions forward to present day. This earthen temple of God has twin bell towers, an arched portal entrance, hand-hewn “vigas” (ceiling beams) hand-carved corbels, and a choir loft. Eight imported oil paintings are set within the a hand-carved / hand-painted reredo (Altar Screen). We urge all visitors to view the incredible “Mystery Painting.” Since it is a sacred image, there is no charge to see it. A representative from the Gift Shop will escort you to it. If you wish to leave a donation, thank you. Please remember that all donations go to preserve our historic church. Visiting hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, 7 days a week. Call the Parish Office to register large viewing groups and church tours: 575-758-2754. Parish Office Hours During Covid: M-Th 8:00am - 4:00pm Friday: 8:00 to Noon

Closed during the lunch hour 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday -Thursday

Pastor: Fr. Michael Garcia, Business Manager: Maria Jaramillo, Parish Secretary: Cindy Jeantette, Purchasing Agent/Bulletin Editor: Margaret Hammer, Historian/Archivist: Guadalupe Tafoya RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Religious Education Coordinator: Margaret Hammer SATURDAY MASS

Confessions in Ranchos ( by appointment)

5:00 pm (Vigil Mass): 1st Saturday in Ranchos de Taos Church 2nd Saturday in Llano Quemado Capilla 3rd Saturday in Los Cordovas Capilla 4th Saturday in Talpa Capilla 5th Saturday in Ranchos de Taos Church

SUNDAY MASSES

8:00 am Spanish Mass in Ranchos de Taos Church 10:00 am English Mass in Ranchos de Taos Church WEEKDAY MASSES: Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

7:00am Mass in Ranchos de Taos Church (check bulletin for daily changes) ADORATION CHAPEL Open 7 days a week: 4:00pm - 9:00pm. If life gets you down and you find yourself weary and troubled, why not spend an hour with our Lord Jesus Christ in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament? He is waiting to refresh and heal you! SACRAMENT OF THE SICK If anyone is in danger of death in the hospital, ER, or is about to go into surgery, please call the Parish Office for an anointing. The Sacrament of the Sick is essential for the health of the body and soul.

September 26, 2021

Twenty Sixth Sunday In

Ordinary Time

SACRAMENTS of BAPTISM / MARRIAGE Applications for the Sacrament of Baptism and Marriage are available at the Parish Office. For Baptism, completion of a baptismal class is required, and certification of it must be signed by a minister. The child to be baptized must have an approved Saint’s name. Arrangements for the Sacrament of Marriage must be made at least 6 months in advance of the desired date. Individual interviews of the Bride & Groom are required and additional documentation. Note: Before any Sacrament can be celebrated in church all documents must be processed. Thank you.

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10:00am Mass Live Streaming

Catholic Daughters Intentions: +Beatrice McWhorter 20th Annv;

Blessings for the St. Francis Parish community

+Piedad Lopez, +Elvira Ellis, +Helena Rehkemper

(by Kevin & Catherine)

+Maria Remedios (Claudia) Maestas 1st Annv; +Cenconita

& +Fidel Candelaria (by Debbie)

Birthday Memorial +Amelia Trujillo, +Frances Gallegos &

+Dolores Struck (by the Vigil family)

**************************************************

Our Sincere Condolences go to the family and friends of Jose Bernabe Salazar, Francisca P. Chavez, & Rudy Perea Sr. who passed from us. Eternal rest grant onto them and let perpetual light shine upon them.

Grief Group for adults that have experienced a loss

When: 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month

Location: Our Lady of Guadalupe—School Buildin Group Facilitator: Barbara Moncivais Sager, MA

For more information or to register call or email Barbara at (575) 779-3349 / [email protected]

Don’t Forget

The blessing of the Animals will be this Saturday, October 2nd at 8:00 am in the Church court yard. Please bring your

beloved pets for a blessing!

The raffle drawing will take place next Sunday in the Church court yard and will be live streamed!

All Raffle tickets need to be turned in this week. Thank you and Good luck there are many cash, artwork and other great prizes!

ACA Update:

A big thanks to all who have contributed to the Annual Catholic Appeal. Our parish goal is $21,600 with a total of $14,533 paid to date. We only have $7,070 left to go. Thank you for your generosity!

Lets support our Confirmation Students!

Prayer Sponsor: We are looking for prayer sponsors for our second year Confirmation students. If you would like to be a sponsor for one of our students please contact Margaret at the office for more information at 758-224-3543. Thank you! Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.

San Francisco de Asis Mass Intentions: Monday, September 27, 2021 No Service

Tuesday, September 28, 2021 7:00am Mass Live Streaming

+Mr. & +Mrs. Deluvino Casias, +Deluvino Casias Jr.

(by Carmela & Albert)

Birthday Memorial +Gabriel Abeyta (by Francis & Ernestina)

+Albert J. Trujillo 38th Annv; Birthday Blessings Albert

M. Trujillo; +Jose Duran (by Cathy Trujillo)

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

7:00am Mass Live Streaming

+Mr. & +Mrs. Wilfredo Trujillo, Michael Trujillo

(by Carmela & Albert)

+Gilly Vigil 7th Annv; +Margarito & +Maria Margarita Duran

(by Gilbert, Betty & family)

In honor of St. Michael, St. Gabriel & St. Raphael Archangel

for Spiritual guidance (by Norman Lucero)

Thursday, September 30, 2021

7:00am Mass Live Streaming

+Clarence Trujillo, +Dean Trujillo, +Michael Trujillo

(by Carmela & Albert)

+Augustina Martinez, +Ray Romero, +Nester Armijo

(by Carmela & Albert)

For the health of Alfred Romero (by Annette Trujillo)

Birthday Blessings Margaret Hammer; +Pita Santisteva,

+Tomas Anglada (by Ramon & Maria)

Friday, October 1, 2021

7:00am Mass First Friday Mass Live Streaming

In honor of the Sacred Heart (by Liga Sagrado Corazon)

In honor of the Sacred Heart, +Tony Santistevan, +Joe

Medina (by Pita & Christina)

+Juanita, +Bonifacio, & +Francisco Chavez (by the family)

Saturday, October 2, 2021

5:00pm Mass in Ranchos

+Cora Miera Rael 1st Annv; +Andy Miera Sr. 1st Annv;

+Ted Jeantette (by Peter & Cindy)

Birthday Memorial +Aurora Montoya, +Shirley Romero,

+Barbara Hammer Martinez (by Toby & Vangie)

+Eloida Martinez, +Ursula Sanchez, +Emily Romero

(by Rose & Gilbert)

Sunday, October 3, 2021 Twenty-Seventh Sunday in

Ordinary Time

8:00am Mass Live Streaming

+George Chavez, +Manuelita Chavez, +Lorretta DeHerrera

(by Mike & Lupe)

+Emilia Romero, +Beatrice Medina77th Annv; Birthday

Memorial +Aurora Montoya (by Fidel & Hope)

+Tia Madalena Martinez, +Tio Pablo Martinez, +Tia

Caselda Trujillo (by Phil Trujillo)

Birthday Blessing Tina V. Martinez; +Teodoro D. Martinez,

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May the Good Lord bestow His blessings upon our Parish and on all of our Families!

Sunday Collection….$3,049.00 Enjarre……………...$295.00 Bills……………… $

San Francisco de Asis Gift Shop Is your local source for candles, rosaries, crosses, statues, medals, tiles, retablos,

books, holy cards, wood-carvings, photo-graphs, prints, jewelry, pyxes, wedding

lassos, t-shirts, wall hangings, & greeting cards. We furnish all sacramental needs:

Baptism, 1st Communion, & Confirmation & funeral urns. All proceeds go to preserve our historic adobe church.

Candles can also be purchased at the Office.

Gift Shop Hours: Mon - Sat, 9am - 5pm

Sunday 9:00am - 4:00pm

Ministries:

Monday Counters for September 27: Catherine Collins, Brenda Romero, Susan Estes

Franciscanas del Altar: Barbara, Cathy, Alice, Dorothy, Eileen, Daphne, & Kathleen

Date Mass Time

Mayordomos Lectors

Altar Servers Choir

10/02/21

5:00pm

Luzita & Margie

Ted Medina

10/03/21

8:00am

Annette & Manuel

Michael Torrez

10/03/21

10:00am

Margaret & Ruby

Debbie Maestas

“O Lord, we ask from Your compassion that You grant them healing, or the grace to carry their crosses!”

PRAYER LIST: Peter Jeantette, Joe Hammer, Ramon Jaramillo, Reynaldo Branchal Jr., Isabel Branchal, Leroy Branchal, Pauline Mondragon, Gus Fernandez, Cecilia Valdez, Debra Mondragon, Claudina Romero, Alfonso Perea, Rudy Perea, Martin Gonzales, Antonio Pacheco, Raynaldo Salazar, Patrick R. Martinez, Bernadine Garcia, Susie Martinez, Felipe Tafoya, Veronica Hernandez, Hugh Mondragon, Lilly Espinoza Michael Gutierrez, Ralph Esquibel, Monica Schuet, Bernabe Salazar, Josh Sanchez, Gilbert Romero, Sandra Vigil-Martinez, , Gilbert Quinto, Jose Leon Trujillo, Ken Berry, Eloy & Frances Montoya, Emma Tafoya, Marcia Sanchez, Danny Martinez, Hope Medina, Angus Williams Deigan, Jimmy Romero Jr., Mark J. Romo, Charles Lane, Mary Thelma Montes, Annabelle Olga, Cassandra Maestas, Jasmine Garcia, George L. Trujillo, & Julie Ann Velarde

Sept. 26, 2021

Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Nm 11:25-29/ Jas 5:1-6 /Mk 9:38-43, 45, 47-48

GROW: Today’s graphic Gospel passage always sounds a bit jarring: “If your hand causes you

to sin, cut it off.” Upon first reading that passage, our response might be, “What?” But upon

further reflection, it strikes me that Jesus is challenging us to attend to what causes us to sin: the

vices we have acquired, the temptations we do not ignore, the sinful thoughts and behaviors we

entertain or in which we engage. It is also important to identify where we might be culpable in

leading others astray. In all of this, Jesus is asking us to be honest with ourselves and to take the

necessary steps to “cut” out of our lives the things that lead us away from the Lord, rather than

allowing us to move toward him. Lest we get discouraged, we need only remember that we are

not alone: We belong to Christ whose word is truth, whose precepts “give joy to the heart,” and

who tells us “whoever is not against us is for us.” Like Moses in the first reading, we can ask

that the Spirit descend upon us and give us strength.

GO: Amazing feats we see on TV or read in the news can’t help but capture our imagination.

Our rich Catholic faith can be a little like that: just take a look at the lives of the saints. That’s

why I find the other passage in today’s Gospel so encouraging. Jesus reminds us that even the

smallest things we do matter --–actions to help others grow in their faith: “Anyone who gives

you a cup of water to drink because you belong to Christ, amen, I say to you, will surely not lose

his reward.” As the Lord’s spirit moves us to be a prophet to others – that is, to perform deeds in

his name (mighty or not-so-mighty) – we have the ability to witness the Gospel of Jesus Christ

in very real and concrete ways. As St. Teresa of Ávila said: “Accustom yourself continually to

make many acts of love, for they enkindle and melt the soul.”

ACTIONS: Prepare for the sacrament of reconciliation by asking Jesus to help you identify what causes you to sin or drives a wedge between you and others or between you and God. Then participate in this beautiful sacrament and pray for the grace to make changes.

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