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Office (775) 329-2571 Fax (775) 329-2824 Gift Shop (775) 329-3011 Web: stacathedral. com Rel i gious Ed: aquinascc[email protected]tacathedral.com WSTA: [email protected]tacathedral.com Father Chuck Durante Rector, Ext. 106 [email protected] Fr. Lucio Zuñiga-Rocha Parochial Vicar, Ext. 101 [email protected] Joseph Bell & Robert Dangel Deacons Pൺඋංඌ Oൿൿංർൾ E-ආൺංඅ: [email protected] Pൺඋංඌ Oൿൿංർൾ Hඈඎඋඌ Monday: 11:00-5:00 PM Tuesday thru Friday: 9:00-5:00 PM Rocío Paz Office Administrator Ext. 100 [email protected] Doug Daniels [email protected] Bookkeeping Ext. 108 Tammie Sheely Religious Education Ext. 110 [email protected] Anne Buja- Music Coordinator [email protected] James Rizza-RCIA Director [email protected]TACathedral.com Bඈඈඌඍඈඋൾ Gංൿඍ Sඈඉ Jack Hallsted Mgr. Ext. 112 CLOSED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Open: Saturday: 3:00-5:30 PM & Sunday: 8:00-1:00PM & 3:00-6:00PM Sai n t Tho m a s A qu i n a s Cathe dr a l 310 W EST S ECOND S TREET , R ENO , N V 89503 Mo s t R e v. R a nd o l ph R. C a lv o JCD, DD, B i s hop of R e n o July 4, 2021

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Office (775) 329-2571 Fax (775) 329-2824 Gift Shop (775) 329-3011
Web: stacathedral.com Religious Ed: [email protected] WSTA: [email protected]
Father Chuck Durante Rector, Ext. 106
[email protected]
[email protected]
P O E- : [email protected]
Tuesday thru Friday: 9:00-5:00 PM Rocío Paz
Office Administrator Ext. 100 [email protected]
Doug Daniels [email protected]
Religious Education Ext. 110 [email protected] Anne Buja-Music Coordinator
[email protected] James Rizza-RCIA Director
[email protected] B G S
Open: Saturday: 3:00-5:30 PM & Sunday: 8:00-1:00PM & 3:00-6:00PM
Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral 3 1 0 W E S T S E C O N D S T R E E T , R E N O , N V 8 9 5 0 3
Most Rev. Randolph R. Calvo JCD, DD, Bishop of Reno
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FROM FATHER CHUCK Happy Independence Day! This is such an important day for our nation to step back and give thanks for the freedom we enjoy as a people. It is a freedom that is, first and foremost, granted to every human being by God. Sadly, we know that there are millions of people in the world who do not live in the freedom given to them by God. That is true even within parts of our own country as human beings are trafficked, oppressed, and abused into a fear that can paralyze them. Thus, we have lots of work to do, within our country and throughout the world, to ensure that all people can enjoy the same freedom. I believe it is also crucial for us to remember on Independence Day that others lost their land and freedom as our nation was being built. The indigenous peoples of what would be called America were mostly overrun and Africans were stolen and brought to the “New World” which often suspend- ed basic human rights and thus, the law of God, in ignorance and in the name of “progress.” I do not raise these things to make us feel guilty or even responsible, but simply for us to be mindful that the formation of our country was not without grave sin and that, as a country, we owe a debt to remedy any remnant of the abuses that occurred or that still hang on today. As a people of faith, we ought to do our part to strive for this. As is said in one of our Eucharistic Prayers, that the Church may “stand as a living witness to truth and freedom, to peace and justice, that all people may be raised up to a new hope.” Very importantly, this day we also lift up in prayer all those who have given their lives to protect the freedoms enshrined in our Constitution, from the Revolutionary War to the present day and we seek to protect and preserve those in military service by keeping our country’s motives and actions pure and unblemished by blind power, self-interest or greed. May we strive for and experience a deep healing in our nation that we may be united in our gratitude for the independence and protec- tions we know. “America, America, God mend thine every flaw, confirm they soul in self-control, thy liberty in law.” I’m happy that we are able to open up more of our pews this weekend. It’ll be nice to accommo- date more people and will be less complicated for everyone to find a seat. I want to stress once more the importance of everyone being vaccinated. It is the only way we will be able to remain opened. There are still people contracting COVID and it appears, even with the variant, that the vast majority of people getting sick have not been vaccinated. In Washoe County we are still averaging about 20 cases a day. Those who are not vaccinated can transmit the virus without knowing it. That is why we ask all those not vaccinated to wear a mask, both for their own health and the safety and health of our children under 12 and others who are not able to be vaccinated. Also, we are maintain- ing the side sections of the church at 6-feet social distancing, except for those in the same house- hold. Thanks very much for your cooperation. Let us all continue to pray for an end to this virus among us and in our world, especially in those countries that are still struggling terribly. Finally, I want to be sure to welcome all our visitors on this holiday weekend. It is a joy to be able to welcome visitors to our city and especially to our church again. May your time among us be prayerful and visit to our area restful and rejuvenating. BLESSINGS TO ALL THIS 14TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME!
DEL PADRE CHUCK
¡Feliz Día de la Independencia! Este es un día muy importante para nuestra nación, tomemos pues un momento para dar gracias por la libertad que disfrutamos. Es una libertad que, ante todo, es concedida a todo ser humano por Dios. Tristemente, sabemos que hay millones de personas en el mundo que no viven en la libertad que Dios les ha dado. Esto es cierto, incluso en algunas partes de nuestro propio país, ya que seres humanos son objeto del tratado de blancas, opresión y abuso hasta ser inculcados un miedo que los paraliza. Por lo tanto, tenemos mucho trabajo por hacer, dentro de nuestro país y en todo el mundo, para garantizar que todos podamos disfrutar de la misma libertad.
Creo que también es crucial que recordemos en el Día de la Independencia que otros perdieron su tierra y su libertad mientras se construía nuestra nación. Los pueblos indígenas de lo que se llamaría América, en su mayoría fueron invadidos, y los africanos fueron robados y llevados al "Nuevo Mundo", que a menudo suspendía sus derechos básicos y, por lo tanto, la ley de Dios, en la ignorancia y en nom- bre del "progreso". No planteo estas cosas para hacernos sentir culpables o incluso responsables, sino simplemente para que seamos conscientes de que la formación de nuestro país no estuvo exenta de graves pecados y que, como país, tenemos una deuda para remediar cualquier remanente de los abu- sos que ocurrieron o que aún se ciernen hoy en día. Como pueblo de fe debemos hacer nuestra parte para luchar por esto. Como se dice en una de nuestras oraciones Eucarísticas, para que la Iglesia pue- da "ser testigo vivo de la verdad y la libertad, de la paz y la justicia, para que todas las personas puedan ser elevadas a una nueva esperanza".
Muy importante, este día también levantamos en oración a todos aquellos que han dado su vida para proteger las libertades consagradas en nuestra Constitución, desde la Guerra revolucionaria hasta nuestros días y buscamos proteger y preservar a los que están en el servicio militar, manteniendo los motivos y acciones de nuestro país puros e intachables por el poder ciego, interés propio o avaricia. Que nos esforcemos y experimentemos una sanación profunda en nuestra nación para que podamos estar unidos en nuestra gratitud por la independencia y las protecciones que conocemos. "América, América, Dios repara cada defecto, confirma que tienen alma en autocontrol, tu libertad en la ley".
Me complace que podamos abrir más de bancas este fin de semana. Será agradable acomodar a más personas y será menos complicado encontrar un asiento. Quiero subrayar una vez más la impor- tancia de que todos se vacunen. Es la única manera de que podremos permanecer abiertos. Todavía hay personas que contraen COVID y parece, incluso con la variante, que la gran mayoría de las perso- nas que se enferman no han sido vacunadas. En el condado de Washoe se reportan en promedio unos 20 casos al día. Quienes no están vacunados pueden transmitir el virus sin saberlo. Por eso pedimos a todos los que no están vacunados que usen la mascarilla, tanto por su propia salud como por la seguri- dad y salud de nuestros niños menores de 12 años y de otros que no pueden vacunarse. Además, es- tamos manteniendo las secciones laterales de la iglesia en 6-pies de distanciamiento social, excepto para quienes viven en el mismo hogar. Muchas gracias por su cooperación. Sigamos orando por el fin de este virus, especialmente en aquellos países que todavía están luchando terriblemente.
Por último, quiero asegurarme de dar la bienvenida a todos nuestros visitantes en este fin de sema- na feriado. Es una alegría darles la bienvenida a nuestra ciudad y especialmente a nuestra iglesia de nuevo. Que su tiempo entre nosotros sea orante y puedan disfrutar de un descanso y rejuvenecedor.
¡BENDICIONES A TODOS EN ESTA XIV SEMANA EN EL TIEMPO ORDINARIO!
R N R N IN THE PARISH OFFICE
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
ALL CHILDREN IN THE PARISH ARE INVITED TO REGISTER IN OUR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM—NOT ONLY THOSE PREPARING FOR SACRAMENTS.
REGISTRATIONS INCLUDES FOR HOLY COMMUNION, CONFIRMATION, & CONTINUING EDUCATION
PLEASE BRING CHILD’S BIRTH & BAPTISM CERTIFICATES
I A O P
CLASES DE CATECISMO TODOS LOS NIÑOS DE LA PARROQUIA ESTÁN INVITADOS A INSCRIBIRSE EN
NUESTRO PROGRAMA DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA—NO SÓLO LOS QUE SE PRE-
PARAN PARA LOS RECIBIR LOS SACRAMENTOS. INSCRIPCIONES DE CATECISMO INCLUYEN CLASES DE PRIMERA
COMUNIÓN, CONFIRMACIÓN Y EDUCACIÓN CONTINUA
POR FAVOR TRAIGA LOS CERTIFICADOS DE NACIMIENTO Y BAUTISMO.
I A O P
8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Return of Catholics to the Church † Barbara Mok
Sunday, July 4—14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:30 AM 9:30 AM
11:30 AM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM
People of St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral Patrick Thomas—Birthday † Esperanza Romero †† Charles & Elaine Booher Christine Flores-Ibarra—Birthday
Monday, July 5—St. Anthony Zaccaria 9:00 AM † Judy Rippetoe
Tuesday, July 6—St. Maria Goretti 7:00 AM
12:10 PM In thanksgiving from Joela Cabbelll †† Donald & Rita Barbione
Wednesday, July 7—Weekday 7:00 AM 6:30 PM
† Lawrence Reeder †† Zacarias & Hilda Sanchez
Thursday, July 8—Weekday 7:00 AM
12:10 PM In thanksgiving from Jeffrey Isidro & Fam. †† Urbano Medina & Victoria Bendezu
Friday, July 9—St. Augustine Zhao Rong & Companions
7:00 AM Oscar Barrera—Birthday
Saturday, July 10—
Ed Pens Jr. † Leo Longobardo
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Mon: Gn 28:10-22; Ps 91:1-4, 14-15; Mt 9:18-26 Tue: Gn 32:23-33; Ps 17:1-8, 15; Mt 9:32-38 Wed: Gn 41:55-57; 42:5-24; Ps 33:2-19; Mt 10:1-7 Thu: Gn 44:18-29; 45:1-5; Ps 105:16-21; Mt 10:7-15 Fri: Gn 46:1-7, 28-30; Ps 37:3-40; Mt 10:16-23 Sat: Gn 49:29-32; 50:15-26; Ps 105:1-7; Mt 10:24-33 Sun: Am 7:12-15; Ps 85:9-14; Eph 1:3-14; Mk 6:7-13
WSTA N OUR BAKE SALE WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!!! Thank you to all of our parishioners that baked and purchased the goods. A special thank you to Barbara from Our Lady of Snows who always supports our bake sale by baking the most delicious goodies. Thank you all. Next Meeting, July 8th at 5:30 PM in RH. Meeting will be informal with no agenda. Pizza, salads, desserts, & drinks. We hope you can join us & bring a friend! THE KARMA BOX ON ARLINGTON AVE. BENEFITS THOSE IN NEED IN OUR COMMUNITY. Things to donate: hygiene items, snacks, non-perishable food/drinks. Travel/small individual sizes fit nicely in the box. Please place your items in the barrel available in the west vestibule. Thank you for your generosity! V F L N
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CESSATION OF DISPENSATION Brothers and sisters in Christ,
At the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, I granted to all Catholics in the Diocese of Reno a general dispensation from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass. Since there has been a significant decline in the number of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths due to the novel Coronavirus in our region, and given the lifting of mitigation re- strictions, this dispensation will cease on July 1, 2021.
I encourage all Catholics to return to the practice of in-person participation in the Sunday Eucharist. The ex- perience of the pandemic underscores the need for us to gather together physically for worship and the sacra- ments.
The safety of all continues to be a priority as we gather. For this reason, I encourage all to get vaccinated if they have not already done so.
Some of the faithful cannot attend Mass in person due to illness or other health issues. Obviously, they are not obligated to attend Mass for this reason. They are asked to engage in appropriate prayer in honor of the Lord’s Day.
In Christ,
Bishop Randolph R. Calvo
LET US PRAY FOR… / OREMOS POR… US Servicemen & Women, Tony Garnett, Liz Barroeta, Joyce Flynn, Araceli Padilla, Josefa Hernandez, Pat Jones,
Franze Wall, Charlie & Linda Gill, Rose Fazio, Alma Chávez, Lilieth Almaguer, Tim Bauer, Joseph Gezelin, John Zepeda, Lena Magee, Roy Avery, Katherine O’Dwyer, Hector, Bertha, Daniel, Linda & Luz Ibarra, James Czeck, Ed Kolesar,
Dennis Schuster, Kristen Monibi, Kriss, Zenaida & Kevin Janoski, Ed & Maria Slaughter, John Dearborn, Tillie Pugliesi, Paty Tellez, Armando Zumaya, Jenny & Gary Blount, Sayra Gutierrez, Jovita Mendoza, Douglas Todd, Donald Walls Sr.
† Fernando Vasquez † John Ascuaga
At St. Therese of the Little Flower Church—Reno Please stop by the parish office to pick up an application, read the qualifications carefully and complete the application if you are interested and drop it by the parish office. Parish Secretary—40 hours/ week; pay commensurate with experience and skills. Primary Role: greet all visitors & answer questions in person and by telephone related to Sacraments & services provided by the Church. Clerical support to staff & clergy. Maintain calendars of events, including Masses, monitor phone calls, phone messages & follow-up, prepares weekly bulletin for publication, organizes, trains and supervises volunteers for front office, maintains good communication and relationship with Pastor. Primary Skills: fully bilingual; English/Spanish, excellent organization, ability to multi-task & manage a busy demanding office environment, seen as a model of faith in our parish.
Confirmation/Youth Minister—40 hours/week; pay commensurate with Youth Ministry Certification, experience and skills. Primary Role: Coordinates the Sacrament of Confirmation 2-year preparation program in compliance with Diocesan & parish requirements, organizes, trains and supervises volunteer catechists for same program, attends regular meetings of Diocesan Confirmation & Youth Ministry Coordinators, organizes regular youth gatherings which foster spirituality, on- going catechesis and parish connection with post-Confirmation youth, maintains good communication and relationship with Pastor. Primary Skills: fully bilingual; English/Spanish, excellent organization, ability to foster enthusiasm for the Faith, ability to ensure quality programming for Confirmation preparation and youth ministry, ability to manage a large group of volunteers, creativity, seen as a model of faith in our parish.
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In the Office of Stewardship & Development with the Diocese of Reno. Administrative Assistant—F/T with competitive compensation with a generous benefits package. Qualified individual will work under the general supervision of the Chief Development Officer & the Executive Administra- tive Assistant in the department. Will need to perform a variety of deadline-driven professional level administrative duties including secretarial and clerical work. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities should include: Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer systems and software including Work, Excel, Access, Publisher, & PowerPoint. Collect/analyze data and information in order to generate reports utilizing software options and applications which represent and interpret data. Good analytical & problem-solving skills. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Plan and organize work & special events and be able to meet demanding schedules and timelines. Ability to operate sophisticated office equipment including mailing and copy machines. Maintain strict confidentiality of data and other information. Deliver secretarial and administrative support to the Chief Development Officer & Executive Administrative Assistant. Assist administratively in preparing financial, status, and budget reports on an ongoing basis. Proficiency in data entry & administration of large databases. Outstanding telephone skills interacting with clergy, donors, & vendors. Basic bookkeeping skills to include bank reconciliation, collection, docu- menting, distributing stipends, and preparing bank deposits. Assist in the management of Diocesan properties including the Pastoral Center. If interested, forward a cover letter, resume & Job application found on the Diocese of Reno website by July 16 via email to Mary Jean Snow at [email protected] & direct all other inquiries to her at (775) 326-9425.
MASSES ARE LIMITED BY 3-FEET SOCIAL DISTANCING. IF FULLY VACCINATED, MASKS ARE OPTIONAL.
Sunday Masses, 9:30AM-English & 6:00PM-Spanish, are livestreamed via YouTube: DIOCESE OF RENO CHANNEL.
FINANCIAL STEWARDSHIP Date 1st Collection 2nd Collection 2nd /Special Collection To Benefit June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27 July 4 July 11 July 18 July 25
$9,514 $5,347 $7,460 $6,011 $ $ $ $
$2,187 $1,830 - - $ $ - -
Payment to Loan Catholic Communication Campaign No 2nd Collection No 2nd Collection Long Term Repairs Peter’s Pence Collection No 2nd Collection No 2nd Collection
W S : . P O .
Sunday: 7:30, 9:30, 11:30AM, 4:00PM & 6:00PM–Misa en español
WEEKDAY MASS Monday: 12:10PM
Tuesday & Thursday: 7:00AM & 12:10 PM Wednesday & Friday: 7:00 AM Miércoles: 6:30PM – Misa en español
Saturday: 8:00AM
A Thursday: 1:00—5:30 PM
concluding with benediction
S R INDIVIDUAL CONFESSION: 5:30 PM Thursday GENERAL CONFESSION & ABSOLUTION SERVICE
SATURDAY, PROMPTLY AT: 3:00 PM or by appointment
P R P A H M
WWW.HOPEAFTERABORTION.ORG. CONFIDENTIAL HELP LINE: 775-324-4325
CSA UPDATE Goal: $108,441
Pledged: $95,786 Received: $73,885
ONLINE GIVING 6/21—6/25: $150
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