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2nd Sunday of Lent 2/21/16
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The Second Sunday of Lent
February 21, 2016
St. Didacus Parish Council
Touchstones
Jesus is about to face the most trying period of
his life in this world: his conviction as a criminal, the walk to Calvary and his subsequent
execution. The events leading up to his crucifixion may have been as painful emotionally as the
dying itself. They include betrayal, misunderstanding, abuse, and desolation. The seeming absence of God the
Father in the most crucial hour of his life must have been excruciating
for one so intimately united to the divine. These experiences deepened
Jesus’ faithfulness and his perseverance in the journey of the Spirit.
He invited the apostles into this profound moment of revelation.
The Transfiguration is an incredible blessing, filling Jesus with the
support, grace, and inspiration he needed to walk those difficult final
days. Jesus is affirmed by the great figures of his tradition, who
represent the law and the prophets. Even though he will be rejected by
the representatives in his day of religious and civil law and the
prophetic tradition, he is held up by the wisdom figures of ancient
times. This illumination will have to carry him through the dark days
of confusion, insecurity, and terror that will begin as soon as he comes
down the mountain.
Each of us needs touchstones or graced memories to return to when
we face the crosses in our journey. These “God-moments” may be
more subtle than a transfiguration on a mountaintop, but their impact
can help sustain us if we recognize them. These touchstone events
may be recalled when we reflect on the ways in which we have been
inspired at other times of trial. Personal “transfigurations” may reveal
themselves when we begin to share our story of struggle and faith.
What has sustained us in trial can continue to do so if we allow
ourselves to savor them later on! God’s revelation continues in each
re-visitation of gratitude and marvel.
Here is list of our current Parish Council
members. Feel free to contact them if you
have questions or concerns about the parish.
Dcn. Dino Serafini
619-218-9578
[email protected]
Ashenafi Hailu
619-892-0630
[email protected]
Ricardo Sevilla
619-218-5679
[email protected]
Cyndi Croff
619-886-3193
[email protected]
John O'Connor
619-993-5291
[email protected]
Marie Glick
[email protected]
Felipe Enciso
619-608-5481
[email protected]
Daniel Piatek
Mindy Davis
Georgina Rodriguez
—Prayer Time
A Look at the
YEAR OF MERCY
with Bishop Brom
NEXT
Saturday, February 27th
10am-noon in the Parish Hall
Everyone is welcome!
Bishop Brom will be here to
explore the concept of “Mercy” in
Sacred Scripture and talk about
the Face of Mercy: Jesus and the
Church. Join us for this free
special presentation!
2016
Annual Appeal
Update
Thank you to everyone who has pledged
to the 2016 Annual Catholic Appeal. Our
campaign is still underway and we have
a long way to go to reach our goal.
We would love to have 100% participation in this appeal. We encourage everyone in the parish to prayerfully consider
how you can contribute. Please be
generous!
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The Second Sunday of Lent
February 21, 2016
Stewardship—Building up the Community of God
Number of Registered Families receiving envelopes: 694 —an average of 130 of whom tithe weekly using those envelopes
Our GOAL this year: 500 families using their weekly envelopes.
Please contribute using your envelopes.
The Joy of Giving
Amount we need each week to cover parish operating costs:
Ash Wednesday Collection February 10, 2016
General Collection, February 14, 2016:
Surplus for the week of February 14, 2016:
$7,155.00
$2,340.00
$5,208.00
+$ 393.00
Building Fund—February 14, 2016:
$ 361.00
How do we show our gratitude to God for the home He has given us? Do we make a sacrifice of any kind? Do we return any of
our finances to God, investing equally in our eternal home just as we invest in our earthly home?
Mass Intentions
Saturday………….........February 20
5:00PM……………….…†Michael E. Britt
Sunday………….....…...February 21
8:30AM………………….†Michael Ginsky
10:00AM………….……..†Carmen Govea
11:30AM………….……. People of St. Didacus
Monday………………...February 22
7:30AM………………….†Sallie Scaramazzo
Tuesday………..…..…..February 23
6:00PM…………............†Carolyn Curiel Hastings
Wednesday……......….February 24
8:30AM……….….….…..†Katherine Artale
Thursday………...…….February 25
7:30AM………………….Resty Alcazar, Spec. Int.
Friday…………...……...February 26
7:30AM…….........Hilario & Marciana Alcazar, Spec. Int.
Saturday………….........February 27
5:00PM……………….…†William Needles
Welcome to St. Didacus Parish!
Masses
Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday 8:30am & 10:00am English
11:30am in Spanish
Daily Mass
Mon., Thurs., Fri. 7:30am
Wednesday 8:30am & Tues. 6:00pm
Eucharistic Adoration
Wed. 7:30am—8:30am / Saturday 3:30pm—5:00pm
First Fridays 8:00am—9:00am
Confessions—Saturdays 3:30pm or by appt.
Baptisms: 1st Saturday of each month. Arrangements must be made 3 months in advance. Contact the
Parish Office for information.
Weddings: Arrangements must be made at least 9
months in advance. Please contact the Parish Office.
Pastor, Fr. Michael J. Sinor
Parish Office 619-284-3472
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, February 21, 2016
Confirmation II Class
Monday, February 22, 2016
Teen Leadership Meeting
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Small Faith III
Youth Night
Small Faith I & II
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
Religious Education
Men’s Prayer Group
Choir
90th Anniv. Planning Mtg.
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Mental Health Ministry Mtg.
RCIA
Friday, February 26, 2016
Soup Dinner
Lenten Talk
Saturday, February 27, 2016
Bishop Brom—Year of Mercy
Eucharistic Adoration
Rosalba Alarcon
Maria Luz Arrellano
Diann Bauer
Dan Bauer
Herbert Baxter
Robert Bayles
Jessica Becerra
Martha Becerra
Ron Berry
Rita Bonnell
Norm Boyer
Herminia Brignoni
Ibeth Brignoni
Ruben Campos
Marie Cavanaugh
Gail Cedercrans
Eileen Connolly
Cecil Crews
Aaron Damishia
Irene Davis
MaryLou De Luca
Pauline Dease
10:00am
6:00pm
8:30am
6:30pm
6:30pm
7:30am-8:30am
5:30pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
10:00am-noon
3:30pm-5:00pm
Bob Demers
Cecelia Dueber
Mary Farrell
Santiago Fontes
Susan Guenzel
Dolores Hansel
Kelley Kessler
Bernie Kober
Marilyn Kober
Elizabeth La Costa
Virginia Lantry
Juanita Lopez
Maria Lopez
Anthony Martinez
Rosalie Martinez
Claire Meighan
Terrence McCabe
Emma McPhereson
Dolores Mediano
Dominick Palestini
Gladys Palestini
Diane Porter
Location
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Location
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Antonia Raya
Dolores Robertson
Atina Rodriguez
Aaron Rodriguez
Alette Rodriguez
Jeff Salazar
Christine Segura
Mark Silke
Michael Smith
Angel Tapia
Pedro Tapia
Merida Tirado
Therese Tucker
Carol Verdon
The Webb Family
Jason Williamson
Joan Williamson
Adalina Zarate
Josephine
And the special intentions
in our Book of Needs
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The Second Sunday of Lent
February 21, 2016
Soup Supper & Lenten Talk
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
284-8730
The school will be visited this week by
the WCEA/WASC Accreditation
Team. WCEA is the Western Catholic
Education Association and WASC is
the Western Association of Schools
and Colleges. They will be making
observations and doing interviews. In
keeping our accreditation current, we
insure that your children are getting
the best education possible. Teachers,
staff and students have been preparing
for this visit. Please keep them all in
your prayers this week.
The Girl
Scouts thank
you for all
your cookie
purchases last
weekend after
the Masses!
Thanks to Ed Ancmon and the
Knights of Columbus Council
#1349 for their recent donation to
our parish food pantry. The Knights of Council 1349
are regular contributors and we appreciate their help.
90th Anniversary Planning Meeting
Wednesday, February 24th
at 7pm in the Parish Hall
We had a meeting last month to
come up with some ideas to
celebrate our parish’s 90th
anniversary this year. We are meeting again to
solidify some of the ideas and to move forward.
We welcome your input if you’d like to attend.
For more information, email Sylvin Watson at
[email protected]
Friday, February 26th
6:00pm Soup dinner provided by
the Spanish Community
Last Friday we raised $48 from donations
from our soup dinner that will be donated to The Tomorrow
Project, a work-readiness program of Catholic Charities,
Diocese of San Diego, for homeless women. The money
raised from all our soup dinners during Lent will go to this
charity.
7:00pm Talk: “Getting to the Heart of Lent”
Deacon Dino will talk about Lent and our
journey through this special time.
Culture of Life Family Services
recently sent us a note thanking all
of the generous parishioners of
St. Didacus for supporting their
Baby Bottle Drive in November. Our
parish contribution of $1033.70 will
go toward the many needs of their
organization such as free
ultrasounds that give mothers and fathers the opportunity to
see their baby for the first time.
COLFs offers quality Christ-Centered care that includes full
family health care, ultrasounds, natural family planning,
crisis pregnancy support and spiritual counseling. If you’d
like more information on how you can get involved in their
organization, visit their website at www.colfs.org or give
Brenda a call at 315-368-8739.
Church of The Nativity Mental Health Ministry Presents
Two FREE Important Evenings of Education for Teens
This
Weekend!
14 and over and for all Adults
"Depression Confession:
What Every Teen Needs to Know"
Sunday, February 21st at 5pm
for Teenagers (14 years and older)
"More Than Moody:
Signs of Depression in Your Teen"
Tuesday, February 23rd at 6:30pm - General Audiences
(14 years and older)
Both free presentations feature Luke
Maxwell, nationally recognized speaker on teen depression
and suicide. www.ucantberased.com
Location: Church of the Nativity, 6309 El
Apajo, Rancho Santa Fe 92067, in the parish
Commons (hall adjacent to the church).
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The Second Sunday of Lent
A great way to slow down
and meditate on the season of
Lent is to attend the
Spiritual Works of Mercy
During this Year of Mercy, Pope Francis calls
us to practice both the corporal and spiritual
works of mercy. Works of mercy can be directed not only toward the needs of the body,
but the needs of the soul as well. Indeed, the
most serious form of poverty of all can be the
poverty of the spirit, not only because it drains
life of all energy, joy, and sense of purpose, but also because
it is the one kind of poverty that can last forever.
The evangelist Billy Graham tells the story of a private
dinner he shared with one of the wealthiest men in the United
States. During the meal the man confessed that despite
having every good thing money could buy, he was miserable
beyond words. The lesson: money cannot buy happiness. It's
a cliché, but it's true. Clearly, this wealthy gentleman
suffered from moral poverty.
Lenten Harp
Meditation Concerts
Every Thursday during Lent at
Immaculate Conception Church in Old Town
2540 State Street
San Diego CA 92110
from 2:00pm-4:00pm
Harpist Marsha Long will be playing at
these FREE concerts. For more
information, contact Immaculate
Conception at 619-295-4141 or
Marsha at [email protected]
“Lent comes providentially to
reawaken us, to shake us from
our lethargy.” —Pope Francis
Indeed, the human spirit longs for the nourishment of truth,
goodness, and beauty if it is to be healthy and strong and if it
is to grow in sanctification and be prepared for the life to
come.
That's why, in addition to the corporal works or mercy, the
Church has outlined the spiritual works of mercy. Look to
these works as preventative medicine for poverty of the
spirit. The spiritual works of mercy are as follows:
(1) Admonish sinners.
(2) Instruct the uninformed.
(3) Counsel the doubtful.
(4) Comfort the sorrowful.
(5) Be patient with those in error.
(6) Forgive offenses.
(7) Pray for the living and the dead.
http://www.thedivinemercy.org/news/Part-11-The-Spiritual-Works-of-Mercy-3482
by Dr. Robert Stackpole
On our Cover:
Picture from the Rite of Election, last Sunday
Last Sunday the adults enrolled in our RCIA program
attended the Diocese’s Rite of Election. They are
making the final preparations to receive their
sacraments at the Easter Vigil Mass. Please keep them
in your prayers:
Jesus Garcia, Karina Gomez, Nicholas P. Guzman,
Kristina Harphant, Jasmin Hernandez, Fabian Ibarra,
Robert I. Lindbloom, Annie McGinnis, Dana
McPherson, Mary Yvette Paden & Andrew J. Reeder.
The children: Emma Sofia Escobar, Erick Esquivel,
Jorge Esquivel, Abigail Rosales.
Thanks to Aida Bustos of The Southern Cross for the photo.
February 21, 2016
This week our first reading shows faith is the
response to the living presence and power of God
in our life. The second reading challenges faithfilled Christians to be Christ-like role models.
The Gospel reveals that conversion to Christ
brings upon us a complete transfiguration.
This week, let others see in you a
transfiguration. By your actions,
show that Christ resides within
you. Make a commitment to serve
joyfully those around you, and
others will notice the radiance and
dazzling brightness that comes
from you. You will bring more people to Christ
by the good fruit you bear.
—The Bread of Life
Readings for the Week of February 21, 2016
Sun:
Gn 15:5-12, 17-18/Ps 27:1, 7-9, 13-14/Phil 3:17--4:1
Mon:
1 Pt 5:1-4/Ps 23:1-6/Mt 16:13-19
Tue:
Is 1:10, 16-20/Ps 50:8-9, 16-17, 21, 23/Mt 23:1-12
Wed: Jer 18:18-20/Ps 31:5-6, 14-16/Mt 20:17-28
Thu:
Jer 17:5-10/Ps 1:1-4, 6/Lk 16:19-31
Fri:
Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a/Ps 105:16-21/
Mt 21:33-43, 45-46
Sat:
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20/Ps 103:1-4, 9-12/Lk 15:1-3, 11-32
Next Sunday:
Ex 3:1-8a, 13-15/Ps 103:1-4, 6-8, 11/1 Cor
10:1-6, 10-12/Lk 13:1-9
Pagina 6
Segundo Domingo de Cuaresma
21 de febrero, 2016
Sopas y Platica Cuaresmal
Nos toca a nosotros…
Viernes 26 de febrero a la
6:00 PM. Las sopas cuaresmales nos tocan a nosotros la comunidad hispana, por
favor copera haciendo sopa para 5 personas, también puede traer pan o ensalada,
recuerde no carne o pollo.
El viernes pasado recaudamos $48.00 de donación destinado a la Casa de las mujeres sin hogar
de Caridades Católicas.
El llamado a la Transformación
Los tres Evangelios sinópticos cuentan cada
uno el relato de la transfiguración de Jesús. Lucas nos
dice que Jesús sube a la montaña a rezar y es durante la
oración que sucede la transfiguración.
La Transfiguración es uno de los cinco momentos importantes de la narrativa del Evangelio sobre la
vida de Jesús, los otros son el Bautismo, la Crucifixión,
la Resurrección y la Ascensión. En el 2002, el Papa
San Juan Pablo II presentó los Misterios Luminosos
del Rosario, que incluyen la Transfiguración.
Este relato del Evangelio es sobre los discípulos
y sobre nosotros mismos. Este pasaje, así como la primera lectura, describen encuentros con Dios. Estos encuentros le ocurren a las personas que están confundidas, temerosas y no saben qué hacer. Aún así, experimentar la presencia de Dios con nosotros y nos transforma. La oración nos prepara y nos llama al cambio.
Hay un antiguo dicho que dice: “Si no deseas cambiar, entonces no reces”.
Reflexión Cuaresmal para el Año de la Misericordia
¿Conoce a alguien que esté padeciendo dolor en este
momento? ¿Qué puede hacer esta semana para darle
a esa persona una experiencia de transfiguración y
esperanza?
Como seguidor de Jesús, ¿hay algún tema sobre el
que necesite aprender más? ¿Podría ser algo sobre
el cuidado de la creación, la inmigración, la realidad
de los desamparados de hoy, etc.?
Los Apóstoles probablemente conservaron una imagen
en su mente de este suceso de transfiguración por el
resto de su vida. Elija algunas experiencias de su vida. Reviva los recuerdos, las bendiciones de Dios que
le fueron concedidas durante estos sucesos en su vida.
7:00 PM “Desde el perdón hacia
la Pascua en el Año de la Misericordia”. Invitamos a toda la comunidad, especialmente a los
lectores les será de mucha ayuda para comprender mejor la pedagogía
de las lecturas y Evangelios de la Cuaresma en este Año de la Misericordia.
Reunión para planear el 90°
Aniversario de nuestra parroquia
Miércoles 24 de febrero a las 7PM
en el salón parroquial
Los invitamos a ser parte de la planeación del 90
aniversario de nuestra parroquia, esta reunión es
ingles. Para mas información, puedes mandarle
un email a Sylvin Watson a
[email protected]
Actualización de la Campaña
Anual 2016
Gracias a todos los que ya se
han comprometido a la Campaña Católica Anual 2016. Nuestra Campaña está
todavía en curso y tenemos un largo camino por
recorrer para alcanzar nuestra meta. Por favor,
sea generoso y participe.
ASUNTOS VARIOS
* Recuerde: tenemos clases de Biblia en español todos los
martes de 6:30 a 8 PM, en la iglesia, nunca es tarde para
empezar.
* Necesitamos ministros de hospitalidad los domingos, para
dar la bienvenida; deberán llegar 15 minutos antes de misa.
* Todos los domingos después de la misa, los invitamos a
rezar la Coronilla del Señor de la Misericordia.
Celebrating TH E YEAR OF
Be merciful just as your Father is merciful.
LUKE 6:36
Mercy
Care of Retired Priests
When a diocesan priest is ordained, he makes a lifelong
commitment to serve the needs of the faithful in our diocese,
typically serving 40 to 45 years. In return, the diocese makes
a commitment to the priest to provide for his basic well-being
during his lifetime, including retirement.
Everyone is aware of the need to appropriately provide for the
spiritual, material, and medical needs of their senior years. Priests
have the same concerns. They want to have a certain level of
confidence that someone will attend to the nurturing of their faith,
helping them settle in an appropriate physical environment, and
assist them when their bodies or minds decline with the passage
of time. We play an important part in adding to their sense of
security about their senior years.
rely on the Lord and us to sustain them in their senior years. As
age and physical ability permit, they continue to “Hope in the
Lord.” They continue to live a life of prayer and sacramental
participation. They continue to witness the love of God.
The normal retirement age for a priest in our diocese is age 75.
Retirement costs including insurance, healthcare, prescription
drugs, skilled nursing care, and housing and sustenance continue to
escalate. At present,
one-third of our
diocesan priests are
retired.
The Annual Catholic Appeal supports care of retired priests
so that they can live in dignity, and free of anxiety about their
means of support. This includes providing health and auto
insurance, nursing care at Nazareth House San Diego if needed,
supplementing their pension, and covering expenses for them to
attend the annual convocation of priests.
Our retired priests
have a profound trust
in the Lord and His
Holy Mother; they
have a profound trust
in the gratitude and
generosity of the
people of the diocese.
Our 2 retired bishops
and 58 retired priests
“We are always priests with all
our soul and with all our heart.
Being an ambassador of Christ
... is a mission that penetrates
our entire being.”
— Pope Francis
Our Response as Stewards
REFLECT —On the many gifts you have received from God, including your financial blessings.
PRAY —About how God wants you to use the gifts He has given you.
RESPOND — By supporting the mission. You can give at your parish or online at www.sdcatholic.org.
sdcatholic.org
2016 ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL
DIOCESE OF SAN DIEGO
Celebrando EL AÑO DE LA
Se misericordioso así como tu
Padre es Misericordioso.
Lucas 6:36
Misericordia
Atención a
Sacerdotes Jubilados
Cuando un sacerdote diocesano se ordena, hace un compromiso
permanente para atender las necesidades de los fieles de
nuestra diócesis, por lo menos presta sus servicios 40 o 45
años. A cambio, la diócesis se compromete a satisfacer sus
necesidades básicas durante su vida incluyendo su jubilación.
Las personas se preocupan por tener lo necesario para cubrir
sus necesidades espirituales, materiales y médicas en su vejez.
Los sacerdotes tienen las mismas preocupaciones. Ellos quieren
tener la confianza de que alguien va ayudarlos a nutrir su fe,
vivir en un ambiente apropiado y tener asistencia cuando su
cuerpo y mente se deterioren con el paso del tiempo. Nosotros
desempeñamos un papel muy importante en darles esa
seguridad que requieren en su vejez.
58 sacerdotes jubilados dependen del Señor y de nuestra
contribución para su vejez. Conforme su edad y capacidad
física se los permita, ellos siguen “Esperando en el Señor,”
viviendo una vida de oración, participando en los sacramentos y
presenciando el amor de Dios.
La edad promedio de un sacerdote de la diócesis para retirarse
es de 75 años de edad. Los costos de retiro como seguro
médico, medicamentos,
gastos de enfermería,
vivienda y sustento siguen
aumentando. A la fecha, una
tercera parte de nuestros
sacerdotes están retirados.
El Llamado Católico Anual apoya en el cuidado de los
sacerdotes jubilados para que puedan vivir con dignidad y sin
preocupaciones financieras en su vejez. Esto incluye seguro
médico, seguro de auto, costos en Nazareth House San Diego
si es necesario, subsidio a su pensión y gastos para asistir a la
Convocatoria Anual de Sacerdotes.
“Siempre somos sacerdotes con
toda nuestra alma, y con todo
nuestro corazón. Ser embajadores
de Cristo... es la misión que l evamos
penetrada en nuestro ser.”
Nuestros sacerdotes
jubilados tienen profunda
confianza en el Señor y en
su Santa Madre; también
cuentas con la gratitud y
generosidad de la gente
de la diócesis. Nuestros
2 obispos retirados y
— Papa Francisco
Nuestra Respuesta como Custodios
REFLEXIONAR. . . . Sobre los tantos regalos que has recibido de Dios, incluyendo tus bendiciones económicas.
ORAR . . . . . . . . . . Acerca de cómo Dios quiere que uses los dones que Él te ha dado.
RESPONDER . . . . . Apoyando la misión. Puedes dar a tu parroquia o en línea en www.sdcatholic.org.
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2016 LLAMADO CATÓLICO ANUAL
DIÓCESIS DE SAN DIEGO
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