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1001 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas, CA 92024-2828
Saturday
5:00pm
Sunday
7:30am 9:00am 10:30am 12:00pm (Spanish) and 5:00pm
Daily
Rosary
Novena
Perpetual Adoration
Sacrament of Penance
Vocation Holy Hour
Monday - Saturday 8:00am
Daily, after morning Mass
Tuesday, after morning Mass
24 hours
Saturday 3:30pm - 4:30pm and 6:00pm - 7:00pm
1st Friday, 8:00am Mass
Baptism and Marriage
Please call Parish Office
Pastor Father Brian Corcoran Associate Pastor Father Joseph Freeman
Pastor Emeritus Monsignor Timothy Harnett Deacon Bob Beiner
School Principal Dan Schuh Music Director Julie Marner
1001 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas, CA 92024-2828
Phone: 760 753-6254 Fax: 760 753-7118
Saint John School : 760 944-8227
[email protected] www.saintjohnencinitas.org
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Saint John the Evangelist
“The measure of a man’s real character is what he
will do if he knows he will never be found out!”
... ‘Padre Pio’ was born in 1887 in the small Italian
village of Pietrelcina. A Capuchin priest, who had
received the stigmata, he spent 50 years in the
monastery of San Giovanni Rotondo, where he was
much sought after as a spiritual adviser and confessor. His life was devoted to the Eucharist and to
prayer. This Sunday (23) is his feast day! There is
a special Mass and Procession in his honor at Santa
Sophia, Spring Valley, this Sunday (23) at 4:15pm.
... This week, we celebrate the feast of Saint Vincent de Paul, who renewed the clergy and defended
the poor, and founded the Vincentians, on Thursday
(27), and then the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and
Raphael on Saturday (29). Friends!
... On his retirement from San Bernardino in 2002,
Father Tony Timlin assisted us regularly at Saint
John. This Sunday (23) is the 6th Anniversary of
his death. Father Peter Borda was Associate here in
1976, and his 7th Anniversary of death is this Friday (28). May they both rest in peace.
... Our Saint John School welcomes our children!
Call 760 944-8227 or visit www.saintjohnschool.com
... There is a Parent Informational Meeting for
Cub Scouts, this Wednesday (26) at 6:30pm in the
Scout Trailer. Boys in Grades 1 through 4 are welcome to be part of Cub Scouts. For more info, give
Dena a call at 619 954-8751.
... Our Sunday Preschool Program, from 8:50am
until after 9:00am Mass, is for our 3, 4 and 5 year
olds. It takes place at our Saint John Preschool, and
begins this Sunday (23)!
... Our Religious Education classes, Kindergarten
through Sixth Grade, begin this Monday (24) at
4:15pm and 6:30pm. For more info give Ann
McGinnis a call at 760 436-0664. Learning!
... Junior High ‘Faithways’, that's Grades 7 and 8,
classes also begin this Monday (24). For more info,
call Nicole at 760 753-4279.
... Confirmation classes commence this coming
Sunday (30). For more info, contact Isaac at 760
753-3679 or [email protected]
... Take time to check-out our parish website at
www.saintjohnencinitas.org Lots of info, a calendar
of events, photos, bulletins, and even registration are
all available there!
... For young adult (19 - 39 years) activities be sure
to check the website: www.yamsd.org
September 23, 2012
... ‘Friends of the Poor’ Walk, sponsored by our
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, will be on
Saturday (29), at 11:00am, here at Saint John!
Walk just 1 mile! Lunch will be provided. Call
Sandra Watson at 760 653-2573 or e-mail [email protected] For even more info, visit
www.svdpfriendsofthepoorwalk.org Join us!
... Contributions last weekend (16) amounted to
$17,084.00 with 434 families using envelopes, while
$3,627.00 was contributed online.
... How about considering ‘Online Giving’? No
more checks and envelopes! Straight from your
bank to ours! xxx families now contribute online!
... Singers and instrumentalists are invited to assist at our weekend liturgies. Share your gifts with
us! Julie Marner, our Director, would be happy to
hear from you: [email protected]
... Our Holy Name Society faithfully serve our coffee and donuts every Sunday after morning
Masses. We need some volunteers! If you can
serve on a Sunday morn for an hour or two, give
Rick Decker a call at 760 942-0344.
... How blessed we are with Catholic high schools!
Cathedral Catholic (www.cathedralcatholic.org and
858 523-4000) will host an Open House on Saturday, October 20, from 10:00am - 2:00pm, while
Our Lady of Peace Academy (619 725-9118 and
www.aolp.org) will host theirs on Saturday, October 13, from 9:00am - 11:30am. Parents and prospective students are welcome!
... Congratulations to Father Joseph on been chosen as the Associates representative on the Diocesan
Presbyteral Council, which advises the Bishop. He
had his first meeting on Wednesday (19).
... Saint John School is featured well in the current
issue of our Diocesan newspaper, ‘The Southern
Cross’. Clare Ayala, our 5th Grade teacher, and
Mary Moffett, our 7th Grade teacher, are each
quoted in a story about our recent Diocesan Catholic Educators Religion Conference. The best!
... Proposition 34 will replace California’s death
penalty with a sentence of life in prison with no
chance of parole. Sister Helen Prejean, of ‘Dead
Man Walking’ fame, will address the issue at First
United Methodist Church, 2111 Camino Del Rio
South, San Diego, on Tuesday, October 2, at
7:00pm. You are invited!
... “You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and
staring at the water!” Launch out!
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Saint John the Evangelist
MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday
September 22
Sunday
September 23
5:00pm Father Bob Rezac, IMC †
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Wis 2:12-20; Jas 3:16-4:3;Mk 9:30-37
7:30am
Father Bob Rezac, IMC †
9:00am
John Maxwell †
10:30am
Father Tony Timlin †
12:00pm Parishioners
5:00pm Peter Finnerty †
Monday
September 24
Tuesday
September 25
Wednesday
September 26
Prv 3:27-34; Lk 8:16-18
8:00am
8:00am
September 27
Prv 30:5-9; Lk 9:1-6
September 28
Eccl 1:2-11; Lk 9:7-9
September 29
Toni-Marie Chiariello †
Saints Wenceslaus and Lawrence Ruiz
Eccl 3:1-11; Lk 9:18-22
8:00am
Saturday
Carmen Cruz †
Saint Vincent de Paul
8:00am
Friday
Christine Billings †
Saints Cosmas and Damian
8:00am
Thursday
Elaine Tiglio †
Prv 21:1-13; Lk 8:19-21
Bridget Finn †
Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael
Dn 7:9-14; Jn 1:47-51
8:00am
Paul Mitchell †
5:00pm Ferdinand Mattioli †
Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday
September 30
Nm 11:25-19; Jas 5:1-6; Mk 9:38-48
7:30am John Maxwell †
9:00am
10:30am
Jean Dobyno †
Parishioners
12:00pm David Loera †
5:00pm Madeline Pontecorvo †
Perpetual Adoration
Seeking more substitutes!
Volunteers are needed for:
Sunday 12:00am, Thursday 5:00am,
Saturday 8:00am , 1:00pm
Ken Poggenburg 760 635-2573
Lupe Cardona (Sp) 760 753-7784
Perpetual Adoration is prayer in the presence of the
Most Blessed Sacrament ... 24 hours, day and night,
seven days a week. All are welcome!
September 23, 2012
Cub Scouts
Do you have a son starting Grades 1 through 4
who might be interested in Cub Scouts?
Please join us at the parents meeting on
Wednesday (26) at 6:30pm in the Scout Trailer.
For more info, Dena at 619 954-8751
Religious Emblems Programs
Cub Scouts
Light of Christ (1st and 2nd grade)
Parvuli Dei (3rd –5th grade)
Boy Scouts
Ad Altare Dei (7th –12 grade)
Pope Pius XII (9th grade and up)
For more info, call Jim Smith at
760 436-2549
Retrouvaille
a lifeline for marriages
Help your marriage regain its health, awaken
the love, trust and commitment that originally
brought you together.
For confidential info call 951 259-9474 or
www.helpourmarriage.com
‘Friends of
the Poor’ Walk
Sponsored by our Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
Saturday (29) at 11:00am, here at Saint John!
Walk just 1 mile! Lunch will be provided.
For more info, Sandra Watson at 760 653-2573
or [email protected]
For even more info, visit
www.svdpfriendsofthepoorwalk.org
Please Keep in Your Prayers
Martha Amador, Maggie Bacook, Emily Booth, Rebecca
Boyle, Francis Brady, Hayley Brown, Hudson Bryan,
Mitch Caudle, Steven Cipriano, Peggi Comiskey, Bill
Cowan, Rob Crewse, Teresa Dotts, Carolyn Dyer, Mary
Ferko, Allen Farrell, Roxane Geisler, Bev Gering, Carol
Goohs, Hiram Gonzalez, Lola Hannah, Phyllis PetrellaHead, Maria Jaque, Kathleen Jones, Lauren and Rylee
Johnson, Ella Kras, Eva King, Tom McCabe, Ronan
Nelson, Patricia Pidgeon, Frank Prior, Ashley Ray, Irene
Roston, Dan Ryan, Chip Stanczak, Michael Seley, T.J.
Steer, Kay Solensen, Maeve Taafe, Richard Templin,
George Terris, Derek Thomas, Kassidy Thomas and
Patricia Wanket.
We pray for our sick and deceased at daily Mass.
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Saint John the Evangelist
Youth Ministry
Classes start this Sunday (30)
For more info, contact Isaac at 760 753-3679 or
[email protected]
September 23, 2012
Saint John School
Pre-School - Grade 8
Principal : Dan Schuh
760 944-8227
Tuesday (2) at 7:30am
Minimum Day
Thursday (4) at 8:00am
School Pictures K-8
Friday (5)
Spirit Day
Religious Education
Now registering
Classes begin this Monday (24)
For more info, call Ann at 760 436-0664
[email protected]
Sunday Morning Preschool
For children ages 3 - 5, on Sundays, at the School.
Drop-off starts at 8:50am.
Mom and Dad can pick-up after the 9:00am Mass.
For info, call 760 436-0664
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Dismissal for Children’s Liturgy of the Word takes
place during the Sunday 9:00am Mass. Children in
Grades K-5 are encouraged to participate in this
special celebration of the Word.
Saint John Preschool
Preschool Director
Megan Bresee
760 634-1522
[email protected]
“Building the whole child in preparation for kindergarten”
Now accepting Applications for Lambs and Doves
Liturgy of the Word
Interested in becoming a Volunteer?
We need leaders! For more info, Ann at
760 436-0664 or [email protected]
Jr. High Faithways
Now registering
Classes begin this Monday (24)
Registration forms are available on the
website and in the Parish Office
For more info, Nicole 760 753- 4279
[email protected]
Academy of our Lady of Peace
An all girls Catholic College Preparatory High School
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, October (13)
9:00am to 11:30pm
Open to all families and students
and includes tours from current students.
For more info, 619 725-9118 or www.aolp.org
Cathedral Catholic High School
Altar Society Annual Holiday Bazaar
Save the Date!
Sunday, October (28)
Donations of new or gently used items are
welcomed and appreciated:
Toys, baby clothes, shoes, purses scarves, jewelry,
books, craft items, wall décor, small appliances,
dishes, glassware, knickknacks, yardage, linens,
holiday items, and stationary
No clothes or furniture please.
Items can be dropped off at the Parish Office
or for pick-up call Luz 760 753-0762
or Martha 760 753-0606
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, October (20) 10:00am to 2:00pm
This event is open to all families and students
and will include tours, panel sessions, and an
informational fair, introducing you to ‘Don’s’ family.
For more info, 858 523-4000
www.CathedralCatholic.org
California’s Proposition 34
Tuesday, October (2) at 7:00pm
Sister Helen Prejean will discuss Prop 34,
which will replace California’s death penalty with a
sentence of life in prison with no chance of parole.
First United Methodist Church
2111 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego
For more info, 619 320-5659
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Saint John the Evangelist
Septiembre 23, 2012
EL SIGNIFICADO DE SER DISCÍPULOS
ARCANGELES DE DIOS
La geografía del
Evangelio de hoy es
importante. Jesús
completa su ministerio
en Galilea y comienza
su viaje a Jerusalén,
donde se encontrará
con su muerte y
resurrección. La p
redicción de su muerte
que aparece aquí es la
segunda de tres en el Evangelio según San Marcos, y
como de costumbre, es ocasión para una enseñanza
importante de parte de Jesús. Hoy esta lección está ligada
a la necesidad de un ministerio de servicio. Un juego de
palabras arameas vinculaban las palabras “niño” y
“servidor”, y por eso el gesto de Jesús de tomar “a un
niño [poniéndolo] en medio de ellos” indica cómo se veía
a sí mismo: como el Siervo del Señor. Es esta misma
conciencia del significado del ministerio que Jesús (y
Marcos) desean inculcar en sus discípulos. El ministerio
de ellos deberá ser de servicio para que puedan seguir las
huellas de Jesús. Y ese servicio podría incluso requerir de
ellos que se “entregaran” a la muerte. ¿Cuál habría sido,
en la cultura del tiempo de Jesús, una conversación
normal sobre el estatus social (“quién es el más
importante”) se convierte para Marcos en una idea clave
sobre el significado de qué es ser discípulos para sus
seguidores de entonces y para nosotros.
Últimamente, hay mucho interés en los ángeles y
sobre todo en los arcángeles. Según el catecismo católico,
los ángeles existen para glorificar y servir a Dios y para
ayudar con el plan salvífico de Jesucristo, cooperando
con nuestras buenas obras. Lamentablemente muchos, en
especial los de la
New Age, se
interesan sólo en
los ángeles con el
fin de utilizarlos
en
lugar
de
dejarse guiar por
ellos.
La Tradición
ha designado una
jerarquía de 9
rangos entre los seres espirituales. Los serafines son los
primeros y más cercanos a Dios y los ángeles son los
últimos y más cercanos a la humanidad. En esta
jerarquía, los arcángeles son los penúltimos en poder,
aunque sí son los más buscados por su responsabilidad de
cuidar los cuatro puntos cardinales de la creación. Según
la tradición hebrea, hay siete arcángeles (Tobías 12:15),
de los cuales las Sagradas Escrituras sólo mencionan tres
por nombre, Miguel (¿Quién como Dios?), Gabriel
(hombre de Dios) y Rafael (Dios sana). De estos, Miguel
parece ser el más popular gracias a su poder contra el
mal.
CLASES DE CATECISMO
Para toda la familia
JUNTA PARA TODOS
LOS PADRES DE FAMILIA
Programa del año (2012-2013)
Las clases empezarán el
Viernes Octubre (5) de 6:00pm a 7:30pm
Estas clases son para adultos y niños. Vengan si necesitan
algún sacramento o si solamente
desean aprender sobre la
religión, la biblia, o la iglesia.
Invitamos a todas las personas a
que vengan y que traigan su
biblia. El primer día de grupo de
oración y estudio bíblico será el
viernes octubre (5), en los salones de la escuela. Para las
clases de biblia no necesitan registrarse, se pueden anotar
en el salón de clase.
Las Formas de Registración para sus niños
están en la Oficina de Ministerio Hispano
Para más información llamen a Mary
760 436- 4366
Los esperamos en esta junta
el Viernes (28) de
a las 8:00pm
en el salón parroquial
Tendremos esta junta antes
de empezar las clases de catecismo porque les
diremos el nombre del catequista de sus niños, el numero
de su salón y les daremos mas información importante.
ACOMPAÑENOS
AL QUINTO ANNUAL, NACIONAL
“Amigos de los Pobres
Camina una milla en mis zapatos”
El sábado (29)
A las 10:00am en la iglesia de San Juan
1001 Encinitas Blvd., Encinitas, CA.
Para más información llamen al 760 436-4366
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Saint John the Evangelist
September 23, 2012
Religious Education
Saint John School
Religious Education
‘Faithways’ Junior-High
Youth Ministry
Hispanic Ministry
Music Ministry
Dan Schuh
Ann McGinnis
Nicole Steele
Isaac Deken
Mary Moran
Julie Marner
R.C.I.A
Perpetual Adoration
Perpetual Adoration (Spanish)
Saint Vincent de Paul
Centering Prayer
Liz Beiner
Ken Poggenburg
Lupe Cardona
Ed Wade
Shirley Shetula
760 944-8227
760 436-0664
760 753-4279
760 753-3679
760 436-4366
760 753-6254
Adult Faith
760 753-6254
760 635-2573
760 753-7784
760 753-3056
760 436-6721
Organizations
Altar Society
Boy Scouts
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Culture of Life
Guadalupañas
Holy Name
Knights of Columbus
Seniors
Janice Behler
Mike Yokoyama
Jessy Quezada
Sandra Watson
Olivia Reynaga
Robb Skinner
Gary Barthel
Nettie March
Treasures from Our Traditions
On the Byzantine calendar, September 23 is the feast
of the Conception of John the Baptist. The Roman and
Byzantine calendars have in common the other equinox
or solstice-derived dates of solemnities: December 25,
March 25, and June 24. Scholars see strong evidence in
the writings of the early Church Fathers for the fixing
of these dates from the imagined “anniversary” of
Gabriel’s appearance to Zechariah at Yom Kippur,
which was thought to have coincided with the equinox as
a day of “at-one-ment” between light and darkness. The
spiritual writer Origen held to this date.
The annunciation to Zechariah then set the date six
months later for Mary’s conception of Jesus (March
25), and then, of course, for the dates of the births of
John (June 24) and Jesus (December 25). Is this
“liturgical trivia?” Perhaps. But it’s also the best explanation we have for the dating of some of the most important
festivals on our calendar. So even though the Roman
Church doesn’t observe the Conception of John the
Baptist, yesterday’s equinox can remind us of how our
salvation history is closely attuned to God’s creation.
“Fresh Coffee & Delicious Donuts”
Holy Name Society
hosts coffee and donuts
every Sunday after morning Masses
Come join us in the Parish Hall..
760 274-6298
760 632-9055
760 753-6254
760 753-6254
760 753-5230
951 970-8602
760 944-7883
760 753-6254
All are invited to be Partners in Mission
by responding very generously to the
2012 Annual Catholic Appeal
Music Ministry
Share your talents! Please contact our Music
Director Julie Marner at 760 753-6254 or
[email protected]
Adults wishing to learn more about the
Catholic faith! Join us in the Parish hall,
Wednesday (26) at 7:00pm
For more info, Liz Beiner at 760 753-6254
Support for Separated and Divorced
Sundays at 10:15am Saint James, Solana Beach
Frank Grant 760 533-1520 or [email protected]
Remember to patronize our advertisers for
making the bulletin possible. Thank you!

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