Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)

Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)

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Join us this Saturday for a
FREE Halloween Family Fun Run
Bring the family, wear your costumes and get your sweets before your treats! 🕷👻🎃

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Gracias Dios mio por darnos la dicha de volver a tu casa con salud,,gracias Padre Ramon y Padre Tom por tenernos en sus oraciones🙏y gracias Good Shepherd Catholic por todas las medidas que an tomado para que todos estemos bien!!!!Bendiciones para todos!!!! Excelente domingo escuchando la palabra de dios con el padre Ramon" 🙏 seguimos en Oracion!!!!
🙏🏻
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbWX0n4zNx4

Mystery Babylon's 4 Locations Reveal Her Identity
Any chance we can get palms?
El sagrado corazon de Jesus traiga pronto la salud a todos los agobiados en estos momentos 🙏 Nuestra madre santisima interceda por todo el mundo. Amen.
No hay mejor manera que finalizar un año agradeciendo a Dios por todo lo que nos ha concedido y comenzar este 2020 poniendo todo en las manos de El que como Padre nos concedera lo mejor para nosotros sus hijos!
Feliz año para todos que Dios no siga bendiciendo!
Very proud to be part of this big and beautiful family...
Bendición de los animales!
Día de San Francisco de Asis
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LRViRNJeX0

Antichrist is a Loser! We Will Defeat the Beast!
Primeras Comuniones el día de ayer!
Felicidades a nuestros niños!

Located near Mount Vernon, VA "Loving as Christ loves, serving as Christ serves." Welcome to Good Shepherd Catholic Church! We are an active faith community in Alexandria, Virginia.

It is our vision to "love as Christ loves and serve as Christ serves." We seek to do this through vibrant worship, a strong ministry of social justice, faith formation for all ages, and a culture of active stewardship of our time, talent, and treasure. All are welcome to worship and learn with us! (We encourage a dialog of respectful communication on this page. Two post limit on any one posting. No ad hominem. No uncharity.)

Operating as usual

Easter Reflections: Saturday, May 1, 2021 05/01/2021

Easter Reflections: Saturday, May 1, 2021

Today is the feast of St. Joseph the Worker! We are so excited to celebrate this feast day during the Year of St. Joseph! Watch Father Tom's video reflection here: https://youtu.be/pMXR2YtTJcs. Father Jeb also recorded a podcast on St. Joseph as a carpenter adn the dignity of work which you can listen to on our app or click here: https://anchor.fm/gs-cc/episodes/St--Joseph-the-Worker-evuaei

Easter Reflections: Saturday, May 1, 2021 There are two celebrations dedicated to St. Joseph in our liturgical year – the solemnity of Joseph, the spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary on March 19 and th...

Photos from Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)'s post 04/28/2021

Check out some of our Good Shepherd teens doing service! One of our Confirmation small groups got together to make 200 sandwiches for the Be the Good Project!

Les presentamos a algunos adolescentes de El Buen Pastor poniendo su fe en acción! Miembros de uno de los Grupos de Confirmación se reunieron a preparar 200 sandwiches para el "Be the Good Project"

Easter Reflections: Monday, April 26, 2021 04/26/2021

Easter Reflections: Monday, April 26, 2021

"This week, I’d like to reflect on the image of the Cross that spoke to St. Francis in the church of San Damiano and consider what it might be saying to us who are people called to rebuild God’s church as we renew our spiritual lives and recommit ourselves to our mission after our experience of the coronavirus pandemic this past year." - Father Tom
https://youtu.be/u2PBe6kBh-A

Easter Reflections: Monday, April 26, 2021 Almost immediately after public Masses were suspended at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, I began to think about how, when we finally resumed our p...

Easter Reflections: Sunday, April 25, 2021 04/25/2021

Easter Reflections: Sunday, April 25, 2021

Happy Good Shepherd Sunday and World Day of Prayer for Vocations! Click here: https://youtu.be/FewyUgK-T6c for Father Tom's message and make sure to pray for all our priests and anyone who is discerning a vocation!

Easter Reflections: Sunday, April 25, 2021 Each year on the fourth Sunday of Easter, we hear the proclamation of a text taken from John’s gospel in which Jesus describes himself as the Good Shepherd.

Photos from Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)'s post 04/22/2021

In celebration of Earth Day, here is a look at our beautiful parish throughout the seasons! Earth Day gives us the opportunity to reflect on our common home. In his encyclical, "Laudato Si", Pope Francis wrote "we have to realize that a true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor" (49).

Here are 7 goals from Laudato Si: response to the cry of the earth; response to the cry of the poor; Ecological Economics; adoption of simple lifestyles; Ecological Education; Ecological Spirituality; Emphasis on Community Involvement.

As we work to protect all life from conception to natural death, we are called to recognize that the poor and most vulnerable will always be the first to suffer from ecological crises. Whether it is by recycling, shopping ethically, participating in the Good Shepherd Sharing Garden, working to protect the poor or vulnerable, advocating for environmental change, or praying and learning about the Saints who worked to protect our common home, thank you for promoting a a respect for all of God's creation!

For a full list of resources and ideas, visit: gs-cc.org/resources

Por el Día de la Tierra, le presentamos un hermoso recorrido de fotografías por las cuatro estaciones en nuestra parroquia. El Día de la Tierra nos da la oportunidad de reflexionar sobre nuestra casa común, el Planeta Tierra. En su encíclica "Laudato Sí", el Papa Francisco escribió: "Pero hoy no podemos dejar de reconocer que un verdadero planteo ecológico se convierte siempre en un planteo social, que debe integrar la justicia en las discusiones sobre el ambiente, para escuchar tanto el clamor de la tierra como el clamor de los pobres" (49).

En el año 2020, se publicaron 7 metas del Laudato Si: responder al lamento de la tierra; responder al lamento de los pobres; Economía Ecológica; adoptar estilos de vidas simples; Educación Ecológica; Espiritualidad Ecológica; enfatizar la participación comunitaria.

En nuestra labor de proteger la vida humana desde la concepción hasta la muerte natural, estamos llamados a reconocer que los pobres y más vulnerables serán siempre los primeros en sufrir las crisis ecológicas. Ya sea cuando reciclamos, consumir productos éticos, ayudar en el Jardín de la Solidaridad de la parroquia, trabajar para proteger a los pobres y vulnerables, promover el cambio ambiental, o rezar y aprender sobre los Santos cuya labor se centraba en proteger nuestra casa común, ¡agradecemos tu apoyo en la promoción del respeto a toda la creación de Dios!

Easter Reflections: Monday, April 19, 2021 04/19/2021

Easter Reflections: Monday, April 19, 2021

Did you know Father Tom has continued his daily reflections through Easter? This week's episodes feature reflections on the Eucharist! Watch via our app or YouTube channel. Make sure to watch tomorrow to hear about the connection between Bruce Springsteen song, St. Augustine, and the Eucharist...

https://youtu.be/sV5s8Ku-T8Y

Easter Reflections: Monday, April 19, 2021 At Mass today, we begin to read the portion of John’s gospel where Jesus describes how we share His life through the gift of the Eucharist.

Photos from Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)'s post 04/04/2021

“...my prayer this Easter is that hope will enable us all today and throughout this season to recognize God’s presence in our midst no matter what may be a source of darkness or difficulty in our lives.” - Father Tom.
Thank you to all those who shared with us the Easter joy today! Christ is risen indeed!

“...mi oración en esta Pascua es que la esperanza nos permita reconocer la presencia de Dios entre nosotros hoy y durante este tiempo de Pascua, a pesar de la oscuridad y dificultades en nuestra vida.” - Padre Tom
Muchas gracias a todos los que compartieron con nosotros el gozo de Pascua! De veras, Cristo ha resucitado! (Tendremos Misa en español a las 2 y 4 pm)

Photos from Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)'s post 04/02/2021

“Christ became obedient to the point of death,
even death on a cross. Because of this, God greatly exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above every other name.” Phil 2:8-9
The Triduum continued on Good Friday with the Celebration of the Passion of the Lord at 3pm today.

“Cristo se humilló por nosotros
y por obediencia aceptó incluso la muerte,
y una muerte de cruz. Por eso Dios lo exaltó sobre todas las cosas y le otorgó el nombre que está sobre todo nombre.” Fil 2:8-9
El Triduo continúa el Viernes Santo con la Celebración de la Pasión del Señor a las 7:30pm hoy (en español).

Photos from Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)'s post 04/02/2021

"It's the mystery of love that we are celebrating today on this Holy Thursday and so many ways in which God is revealed to us on this occasion." -Father Tom
Thank you to all those who joined us for our Holy Thursday liturgies! Adoration will continue in the Church (and livestreamed) until 5am.

“Es el misterio del amor que estamos celebrando hoy en este Jueves Santo y las muchas maneras en las que Dios se revela a nosotros en esta ocasión.” - Padre Tom
Gracias a todos los que participaron en la Misa de la Cena del Señor! La Adoración al Santísimo sigue en el Templo (y por la transmisión en vivo) hasta las 5am.

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03/30/2021

Please join us this week for our Masses and liturgies celebrating the passion, death, and resurrection of our Lord. The full schedule and access to the livestreams can be found here: https://www.gs-cc.org/holy-week.html and https://www.gs-cc.org/easter.html.

Mass and liturgies:
Wednesday, March 31
9am Mass
6pm Mass and Adoration

Thursday, April 1
9am Morning Prayer
7pm Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper
9:45pm Adoration (until 5am Friday)

Friday, April 2
9am Morning Prayer
12pm Stations of the Cross
3pm Celebration of the lord's Passion
6pm Bilingual Stations of the Cross (in the Church)

Saturday, April 3
9am Morning Prayer
8:30pm, Easter Vigil (Livestream only)

Sunday, April 4
7:30am
9am
10:30am
12pm
There will be no 6:30pm Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Tuesday, March 30: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday, March 31: 6:30pm - 8pm
Friday, April 2: 9:30am - 10:30am
Saturday, April 3: 9:30am - 10:30am

Acompáñenos esta semana en las Misas y liturgias de la pasión, muerte y resurrección de nuestro Señor. El horario completo y enlaces de la transmisión en vivo están aquí: https://www.gs-cc.org/semana-santa.html y https://www.gs-cc.org/pascua.html.

miércoles, 31 de marzo
6:30pm Adoración al Santísimo

jueves, 1 de abril
8:30pm Misa Vespertina de la Cena del Señor
9:45pm Procesión y Adoración en el Templo (hastas las 5am)

viernes, 2 de abril
6pm viacrucis en Vivo (en el Templo, bilingüe)
7:30pm Celebración de la Pasión del Señor

sabado, 3 de abril
8:30pm Vigilia Pascual (Sólo por transmisión en vivo, bilingüe)

domingo, 4 de abril
2pm
4pm

Sacramento de la Reconciliación
martes, 30 de marzo: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
miércoles, 31 de marzo: 6:30pm - 8pm
viernes, 2 de abril: 5pm - 6pm
sábado, 3 de abril: 9:30am - 10:30am

Please join us this week for our Masses and liturgies celebrating the passion, death, and resurrection of our Lord. The full schedule and access to the livestreams can be found here: https://www.gs-cc.org/holy-week.html and https://www.gs-cc.org/easter.html.

Mass and liturgies:
Wednesday, March 31
9am Mass
6pm Mass and Adoration

Thursday, April 1
9am Morning Prayer
7pm Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper
9:45pm Adoration (until 5am Friday)

Friday, April 2
9am Morning Prayer
12pm Stations of the Cross
3pm Celebration of the lord's Passion
6pm Bilingual Stations of the Cross (in the Church)

Saturday, April 3
9am Morning Prayer
8:30pm, Easter Vigil (Livestream only)

Sunday, April 4
7:30am
9am
10:30am
12pm
There will be no 6:30pm Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Tuesday, March 30: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday, March 31: 6:30pm - 8pm
Friday, April 2: 9:30am - 10:30am
Saturday, April 3: 9:30am - 10:30am

Acompáñenos esta semana en las Misas y liturgias de la pasión, muerte y resurrección de nuestro Señor. El horario completo y enlaces de la transmisión en vivo están aquí: https://www.gs-cc.org/semana-santa.html y https://www.gs-cc.org/pascua.html.

miércoles, 31 de marzo
6:30pm Adoración al Santísimo

jueves, 1 de abril
8:30pm Misa Vespertina de la Cena del Señor
9:45pm Procesión y Adoración en el Templo (hastas las 5am)

viernes, 2 de abril
6pm viacrucis en Vivo (en el Templo, bilingüe)
7:30pm Celebración de la Pasión del Señor

sabado, 3 de abril
8:30pm Vigilia Pascual (Sólo por transmisión en vivo, bilingüe)

domingo, 4 de abril
2pm
4pm

Sacramento de la Reconciliación
martes, 30 de marzo: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
miércoles, 31 de marzo: 6:30pm - 8pm
viernes, 2 de abril: 5pm - 6pm
sábado, 3 de abril: 9:30am - 10:30am

Photos from Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Virginia)'s post 03/29/2021

It is a beautiful start of Holy Week! May we persevere in walking with Jesus during these holy days in the path that leads us to His Resurrection on Easter. Join us in person or via livestream!

https://www.gs-cc.org/holy-week.html

Que hermoso inicio de Semana Santa! Que caminemos perseverantes con Jesús en estos días santos por el camino que nos lleva a Su Resurrección en la Pascua. Acompáñenos en persona o por la transmisión en vivo!

https://www.gs-cc.org/semana-santa.html

Timeline Photos 03/28/2021

"They took palm branches and went out to meet him, and cried out: 'Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the king of Israel.'" (John 12:13)

"Cortaron hojas de palmera y salieron a su encuentro, gritando: '¡Hosanna! ¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor, el rey de Israel!'” (Juan 12:13)

"They took palm branches and went out to meet him, and cried out: 'Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the king of Israel.'" (John 12:13)

"Cortaron hojas de palmera y salieron a su encuentro, gritando: '¡Hosanna! ¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor, el rey de Israel!'” (Juan 12:13)

[03/26/21]   Update on Music and Singing at Mass:
Bishop Burbidge, with the recommendation of the Reintegration Working Group and in consultation with infectious disease experts, announced the lifting of some Diocesan restrictions to heighten the solemnity of the upcoming holy days:

• Hymnals and missalettes are permitted to be returned to the pews so that the faithful may be invited to join in singing with the cantor.
• The use of small choir groups of up to 8 persons (while maintaining social distancing of six feet) is encouraged to enhance liturgical worship.

Good Shepherd will slowly and gradually implement these recommendations. We do invite you to join in the Mass parts, including the Gloria, Responsorial Psalm, Gospel Acclamation, Holy, Holy, Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Great Amen, and the Lamb of God. Many of our hymn choices are well known, please join in the singing as you feel comfortable. At this time, we will not place hymnals, or use song sheets, or have our choirs present. We look forward to the day when we can once again gather around the Table of the Lord, receive Jesus in the Eucharist, and celebrate our faith with the joy and hope of our risen Lord!

Música y Canto en la Misa:
El Obispo Burbidge, bajo la recomendación del Grupo de Reintegración y en consulta con expertos sobre enfermedades infecciosas, ha anunciado la pausa de algunas restricciones para realzar la solemnidad de los próximos días santos:

• Se permite devolver a los bancos de Misa el libro de Himnos y Misales para que los fieles puedan acompañar en el canto.
• Se anima la formación de grupos pequeños de Coros de hasta 8 personas (con el distanciamiento de seis pies) para realzar la alabanza en la liturgia.

El Buen Pastor implementará estas recomendaciones gradualmente. Le invitamos a que nos acompañe en las partes de la Misa, incluso el Gloria, Salmo Responsorial, Aclamación del Evangelio, Santo, Santo, Santo, Aclamación del Memorial, Amén y Cordero de Dios. Mucha de las canciones son bien conocidas y nos puede acompañar si se siente a gusto. Por el momento, no pondremos los Misales ni cancioneros ni tendremos Coros presente. Anhelamos volver a reunirnos todos en la Mesa del Señor, recibir a Jesús en la Eucaristía y celebrar nuestra fe con el gozo y esperanza ¡de nuestro Cristo resucitado!

Timeline Photos 03/25/2021

"Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word." (Luke 1:38)

Dijo María: "Yo soy la servidora del Señor, hágase en mí tal como has dicho." (Lucas 1:38)

"Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word." (Luke 1:38)

Dijo María: "Yo soy la servidora del Señor, hágase en mí tal como has dicho." (Lucas 1:38)

03/19/2021

What the Equality Act Means for Catholics: Nationwide Webinar - Monday, March 22nd- 8pm EST

The Equality Act may sound harmless but its dangerous implications are broad and far-reaching. Join us for a nationwide webinar to learn more about the Equality Act and it’s repercussions for families, faith, and freedom. The evening will be facilitated by Ryan T. Anderson whose book on gender ideology was recently censored by Amazon – a dire signal that diversity of thought is no longer protected. Hear presentations from knowledgeable speakers including Mary Hasson, Susan Muskett, and Gregory Baylor and become equipped to take action at a grassroots level. Register today: https://bit.ly/3eQDhEH

Read Cardinal Timothy Dolan's article for more information on the Equality Act: https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2021/03/74791/

What the Equality Act Means for Catholics: Nationwide Webinar - Monday, March 22nd- 8pm EST

The Equality Act may sound harmless but its dangerous implications are broad and far-reaching. Join us for a nationwide webinar to learn more about the Equality Act and it’s repercussions for families, faith, and freedom. The evening will be facilitated by Ryan T. Anderson whose book on gender ideology was recently censored by Amazon – a dire signal that diversity of thought is no longer protected. Hear presentations from knowledgeable speakers including Mary Hasson, Susan Muskett, and Gregory Baylor and become equipped to take action at a grassroots level. Register today: https://bit.ly/3eQDhEH

Read Cardinal Timothy Dolan's article for more information on the Equality Act: https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2021/03/74791/

Timeline Photos 03/19/2021

"The prophet Micah teaches: 'Act with justice; love tenderly; and walk humbly with God.' (Micah 6:8).
As we celebrate the feast of St. Joseph today, I think we see in this Saint’s life, a great example of how to put these words into practice.
The scriptures themselves describe Joseph as a “just man.”
His tender love is seen in the variety of ways he cared for Jesus and Mary on the road to Bethlehem, in their flight into Egypt and in their home at Nazareth.
And his humility is seen in his silence: in all of the scriptures there is no record of any word ever spoken by Joseph, but we do know that he was always an alert and appreciative witness of the glory of God revealed in the life of Jesus in his home and before his very eyes.
Let us honor St. Joseph in a special way on his feast day today, and let us imitate him every day of our lives by acting with justice, loving tenderly and walking humbly with God." - Father Tom

El profeta Miqueas dice "The prophet Micah teaches: “tan sólo que practiques la justicia, que seas amigo de la bondad y te portes humildemente con tu Dios." En el día de San José, creo que vemos en la vida de este santo un gran ejemplo de cómo poner estas palabras en práctica.
Las escrituras mismas describen a San José como un "hombre justo."
Su amor tierno se muestra de distintas maneras en las que cuidó a Jesús y María en el camino a Belén, en la huída a Egipto y en su hogar de Nazareth.
Su humildad se ve en el silencio: en todas las escrituras no existe registro de ninguna palabra dicha por San José, pero sí sabemos que era un testigo alerta y agradecido de la gloria de Dios revelada en la vida de Jesús en su hogar y ante sus mismos ojos.
Honremos a San José de manera especial en su día festivo, y que podamos imitarlo todos los días de nuestras vidas al actuar con justicia, bondad, y con humildad ante Dios. - Padre Tom

"The prophet Micah teaches: 'Act with justice; love tenderly; and walk humbly with God.' (Micah 6:8).
As we celebrate the feast of St. Joseph today, I think we see in this Saint’s life, a great example of how to put these words into practice.
The scriptures themselves describe Joseph as a “just man.”
His tender love is seen in the variety of ways he cared for Jesus and Mary on the road to Bethlehem, in their flight into Egypt and in their home at Nazareth.
And his humility is seen in his silence: in all of the scriptures there is no record of any word ever spoken by Joseph, but we do know that he was always an alert and appreciative witness of the glory of God revealed in the life of Jesus in his home and before his very eyes.
Let us honor St. Joseph in a special way on his feast day today, and let us imitate him every day of our lives by acting with justice, loving tenderly and walking humbly with God." - Father Tom

El profeta Miqueas dice "The prophet Micah teaches: “tan sólo que practiques la justicia, que seas amigo de la bondad y te portes humildemente con tu Dios." En el día de San José, creo que vemos en la vida de este santo un gran ejemplo de cómo poner estas palabras en práctica.
Las escrituras mismas describen a San José como un "hombre justo."
Su amor tierno se muestra de distintas maneras en las que cuidó a Jesús y María en el camino a Belén, en la huída a Egipto y en su hogar de Nazareth.
Su humildad se ve en el silencio: en todas las escrituras no existe registro de ninguna palabra dicha por San José, pero sí sabemos que era un testigo alerta y agradecido de la gloria de Dios revelada en la vida de Jesús en su hogar y ante sus mismos ojos.
Honremos a San José de manera especial en su día festivo, y que podamos imitarlo todos los días de nuestras vidas al actuar con justicia, bondad, y con humildad ante Dios. - Padre Tom

Videos (show all)

Carols on the Field
Finding Peace in Suffering (5th week of Lent)
Humility in a Crisis (3-21-2020)
14th Station of the Cross (3-20-2020)
Feast of Saint Joseph (3-19-2020)
13th Station of the Cross (3-18-2020)
Misa el martes, 17 de marzo, 2020
Happy Saint Patrick's Day (3-17-2020)
Jesus Dies on the Cross (3-16-2020)
A Time of Scrutiny (3-15-2020)
Pray for Persecuted Christians (3-14-2020)

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8710 Mt. Vernon Highway
Alexandria, VA
22309

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Mass Schedule Monday - Saturday: 9:00 am Mass (8:30 am Rosary) Wednesday in Lent: 6:00 pm (followed by Adoration and Confession) Saturday: 5:00 pm Vigil Mass 6:30 pm Vigil Mass en español Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 Noon 2:00 pm en español 6:30 pm
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