Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo

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Mission San José  San Miguel de Aguayo           


A Franciscan Mission Founded February 20, 1720 * Established as a Parish September 23, 1932.



December 10, 2017 


Fr. Rogelio Martinez Ruteaga, O. F. M., Pastor



Deacon F. J. “Chip” Perry and Deacon George Wunderlich                                                               

Deacon Santiago Rodriguez (Retired)                                                                                   

701 East Pyron Avenue, San Antonio, Texas    78214                                                                     


Phones:  Office  (210) 922-0543;   Fax: (210) 932-2271;                                                           

Office Hours: Mondays - Fridays 8 am - 5pm; (Closed from 12:00 -1pm).       


Second Sunday of Advent  

Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation.


Ps. 85:9-10,11-12,13

Mission San Jose Catholic Church was founded and established to proclaim the 

gospel mission of Jesus for our time and place by becoming a faith community of 

God’s people. Through a commitment to prayer, study, fellowship and ministry, 

we strive to become a community of hope to all around us and a living mission to 

the many who choose to come to  Mission San Jose. 






Saturday, December 09 

5:00 pm  Deacon Chip Perry—belated birthday 


Sunday, December 10 

7:30 am Todos los Feligreses 

9:00 am   †Caroline Sada, † Stella Sada 


    Diana Rodriguez– healing  

10:30 am   † Bob & Margaret Muilenburg 


† Manuel Sanchez Jr. 

12:00 pm 

 Orion Juarez—healing  

7:00 pm Elmer de Jesus Cervantes Galavis—por           


 su salud 



Monday, December 11 

8:00 am  Diana Rodriguez—healing 



Tuesday, December 12 

8:00 am    † Karolina & Rudolph Jurica 


Wednesday, December 13 

8:00 am   For our elders in our parish



Thursday, December 14 

8:00 am  For the sick around the world     



Friday, December 15 

8:00 am    For all our world leaders 


Saturday, December 16 

5:00 pm   †  Johnnie E Diaz 


    †  Flora Alvarez 


Sunday, December 17 

7:30 am 

9:00 am 


10:30 am  

7:00 pm Elmer de Jesus Cervantes Galavis por su salud  

Our Mass, Reconcilia on and Eucharis c Adora on Schedule 

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. (English), in the Saint Juan Diego Chapel 

Saturday (Main Church) : 5:00 pm (English) 

Sundays (Main  Church)  7:30 am (Spanish); 9:00 am (English); 10:30 am (English)  

12:00 pm -Mariachi Choir (English)  and 7:00 pm (Spanish) 

Eucharis c Adora on - Every 1st Friday of the Month in the St. Juan Diego Chapel 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 

Reconcilia on -Saturday - 4:00 pm in the St. Juan Diego Chapel                                                         

Contact the office or visit website: Missionsanjosechcurch.org for information on Bap sms, Weddings, other 

sacraments and Quinceaneras.





Sunday, December 10 

10:00 am  Religious Education (PC) 



11:30 am-3:30 pm 

Altar Society Christmas Luncheon (PC) 

6:00 pm  Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena (Chapel)  


Monday, December 11 

6:30 pm  Grupo de Oracion (Chapel) 

6:30 pm Building Committee (CR) 

6:00 pm Our Lady of Guadalupe Serenata in the grotto 


Tuesday, December 12 

8:00 am Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass w/ Matachines 

12:30 pm Woman’s ACTS Directors (MC) 

6:00 pm Altar Servers (Chapel) 

6:30 pm Bible Study (CR) 

6:30 pm Mariachi Choir (PC) 

7:00 pm  RCIA (CR) 


Wednesday, December 13 

10:00 am Liturgy Committee (CR)  



6:30 pm  ACTS Core (MC) 

7:00 pm The Spirituality of serving the Mass (PC) 


Thursday, December 14 

7:00 pm ACTS Formation (PC)   


Friday, December 15 

7:00 pm Spanish Choir (MC) 


Saturday, December 16 

1:00 pm  Spanish Choir (MC) 

3:00 pm Quinceanera (Church) 

5:00 pm-10:00 pm Quinceanera (PC) 


Sunday, December 17 

8:00 am Youth Ministry Taco Sale (MC) 

10:00 am Religious Education (PC) 

12:00 pm SFO (PC) 

Serving the Mass --                    

An evening of spiritual 

reflection with Fr. Jesus 

 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall 


This is for all lectors, communion ministers, 

ushers and choirs .  We will reflect and discuss on 

the Eucharist and of our service as ministers in 

order to be aware of our role in the Liturgical 



In a time of preparation, much of it having to do with 

material things, it is good to hear the words of Isaiah, 

“Comfort, give comfort to my people, / says your 

God” (Isaiah 40:1). In a time of such stress and rush, 

when our usual burdens are augmented by piles of 

Christmas preparations, we can choose to slow down, 

take some time to heal, and appreciate the enormous 

gift we are about to receive. Christ, the Son of God, has 

become one of us, and knows our human limitations. 

Yet God, even now, is freeing us from the burdens that 

our inattentiveness to our God and to our deepest inner 

longings have heaped upon us. The Lord comes, not as 

a king with mighty armies, but as a shepherd leading 

the flocks with care and tenderness. Isaiah prophesies 

good news: our oppression is over, our sins forgiven. 

The savior we have awaited is coming, not the first 

time, but in the end times, as our salvation. 

Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc. 

Pastoral Care of the Sick 

Coordinator:  Gilberto Villarreal 

Please contact the Parish Office 210-922-0543 

if any parishioner needs Holy Communion at 

home due to illness 

If one member suffers in the body of Christ, which is 

the Church, all the members suffer with him/her"

(1 Cor. 




Monday:  Is 35:1-10; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14; Lk 5:17-


Tuesday:  Zec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab;  

Jdt 13:18bcde, 19; Lk 1:26-38 or Lk 1:39-47, or  

any  readings  from  the  Common of  The  Blessed  

Virgin  Mary, nos. 707-712 

Wednesday: Is 40:25-31; Ps 103:1-4, 8, 10; Mt 


Thursday: Is 41:13-20; Ps 145:1, 9-13ab; Mt 11:11-



Is 48:17-19; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mt 11:16-19 

Saturday: Sir 48:1-4, 9-11; Ps 80:2ac, 3b, 15-16, 18-

19;  Mt 17:9a, 10-13 

Sunday:  Is 61:1-2a, 10-11; Lk 1:46-50, 53-54;  1 

Thes 5:16-24; Jn 1:6-8, 19-28 



Second Sunday of Advent;  


International Human Rights Day 


St. Damasus I 

Tuesday:  Our Lady of Guadalupe;  


Hanukkah begins at sunset 

Wednesday: St. 


Thursday:  St. John of the Cross 


1st Collection: $4,540.42 

2nd Collection: $452.46  (grounds ) 

Thank you for your donations. 

Prayers for the sick: 

Dorothy Narendorf, Susise Huizar, Grace McDaniel

Thomas Arellano, Lisa Salazar, Breni (Brenda) Taylor, 

Cynthia Yanta, Jesusa Ruiz, Ralph Lopez, Sandra 

Tellez, Norma Meyer, Erika Garza, Benjamin De Los 

Santos, Mark Castro, Leticia Arellano, Luisa Garcia, 

Sabina Suarez, Noelia Rodriguez, Frank & Evangelina 

Claudio, Miguel Garcia, Mary Gonzales, Steve Buford, 

Christine Hoog, Frances Jordan, Bea Saavedra, JoAnn 

Bronder, Dahlia Martinez, Daivd Kiolbassa, Lucille 

Servin, Pete Molina, Ruby Guerra, Orion Juarez, Diana 


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The Chapel Boychoir  

The Chapel Boychoir of San Antonio, under 

the direction of Mary Ann Winden, will Sing 

Saturday, December 16,prior to the 5 pm 

Mass and for the Mass!  They have been 

here the past 2 years and enjoy singing at the 

Mission.  The Boys have performed at several 

parishes in San Antonio and the surrounding 




Christmas Choir 

Anyone and Everyone are welcome to come 

and sing in the choir on Christmas Eve 


 There will be choir practice on Sunday, 

December 10th and 17th at 2 p.m. in the 


Let us raise the roof in song on Christmas 

giving praise to the New born King!  



Remember in Prayer  

Please remember Diana Rodriquez our 

parish secretary. She has been in the 

hospital undergoing tests this past week. 

Let us pray she will be home soon! 


Christmas Flowers


Envelopes are available in the rear of the 

Church and chapel entrance for 

those who wish to contribute for 

Christmas flowers. If you wish 

the contribution to be designated 

for yourself or a loved one 

please include the names on the 

envelope. Thank you! 


Special Thanks


To the A & E Committee and for those 

who donated the beautiful Advent 

decorations. We appreciate all you do to 

make our liturgical seasons a visual 


Music Director 

Join us as we welcome Joey Gutierrez as 

Part time Director of Music Ministry. Joey 

will work closely with the Liturgy 

Committee in planning and coordinating 

music for liturgical celebrants at the parish 

Welcome Joey! 

Sing to the Lord a new song 

Deacon George and Irene 

Archbishop Gustavo, and with consent 

from Fr. Rogelio, Deacon George 

Wunderlich has been appointed 

permanent deacon to serve the pastor and 

people of Mission San Jose 

Parish. Thank you for your 

ministry Deacon George and 


Christmas Cleaning 


 Saturday, December 23 at 10a.m.  

W e are looking for volunteers to come and 

help clean the Church.  Please mark your 

calendar.  Lunch will be provided.   


Wednesday, Dec. 20 in the Mission Church begins at 


Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.  

Advent moves us to look forward with renewed 

hope to the second coming of Christ, when God’s 

plan of salvation will be brought to fulfillment. Let 

us prepare the way of the Lord by recognizing our 

sin, seeking forgiveness, so that we may prepare 

the way of the Lord.  

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Retirement Fund for Religious 

Elder religious brothers and sisters need your help. 

Thousands of senior catholic sisters and brothers spent  

their lives serving others - often for little pay.   

Please be generous. 


Feast Day of Our 

Lady of Guadalupe 

   (corrected schedule) 


La Familia Guadalupana is 

planning a very special 

celebration for the Feast day 

of Our Lady of Guadalupe.     


We will be having a nine day 

novena Dec 3 thru Dec. 12th, 

as well as the following 




Sun. Dec. 10—Novena at 6 pm (Chapel) 

with guest speaker 



Mon. Dec. 11 Serenata (serenade) to Our 

Lady of Guadalupe at  6:00 pm  



Tues. Dec. 12 Matachines at 7:30 am 

followed by   Las Mananitas and Outdoor 

Mass at 8 am at the Our Lady of 

Guadalupe grotto (weather permitting).  

Please bring your own chairs.  Reception 

to follow in the Mini-center.   


Protecting God’s Children 


We will be having a training session for 

Protecting God's Children on Monday, December 

18, 2017 at 7pm. in the parish hall.  Per Fr. 

Rogelio, anyone who is involved in any church 

ministry: choir, lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of  

Holy Eucharist, ushers, etc., are required to attend 

the Protecting God's  Children training.  Anyone, 

who does not attend the Protecting God's 

Children will not be permitted to participate in 

their ministry.  Please register @ www.virtus.org, 

look for the date and Mission San Jose training 


Thank you, Francisco Suniga, Jr. 



Next Sunday:  MSJ Youth Taco Sale; 2nd 

Collection: Church Grounds


This Sunday: No Breakfast scheduled;  


2nd Collection:  Retired Men & Women Religious 

Advent, Solemnities and Holy Days 

Schedule of Events and Masses 

Wednesday, Dec. 20 - Advent 

Reconciliation Service at 7pm in the 



Friday, Dec. 22 - La Posada at San Jose, 

7pm Parish grounds 

Sunday, December 24


  is the 4


 Sunday of Advent with 

Regular Mass schedule; these Masses are not a 

Christmas Mass obligation.  


Midnight Mass 12:00am   

Monday, December 25th - 10:00 am Mass (Bilingual) 




So they went in haste and found Mary and 

Joseph, and the infant lying in the 

manger .” 

Solemnity of  Mary, the Holy Mother of 

God ,  Monday,  January 1,  Mass 10am  

Solemnity of the Nativity of the 

Lord, A holy day of Obligation        

Two masses: 

Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation.


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