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saint agnes church - Saint Agnes Catholic Church
SAINT AGNES CHURCH
1140 EVERGREEN ST., SAN DIEGO, CA 92106
March 6, 2016
Fourth Sunday of Lent
REV. EDWARD P. MCNULTY
PASTOR
REV. JOSEPH MEL COLLIER
SUNDAY ASSOCIATE
BUSINESS MANAGER/PARISH SECRETARY
FRANCINE SANFILIPPO
PARISH OFFICE: 223-2200
FAX : 223-7568
MASSES:
Saturdays: 4:30 pm Vigil of Sunday
Sundays: 8:00 am, 11:00 am & 5:30 pm
Weekdays: Mon., Weds., Fri., 7:30 am;
Tues. & Thurs., 5:30 pm
Holy Days: 7:30 am, 5:30 pm
CONFESSIONS:
Saturday from 3:45-4:15 pm
First Fridays - before Morning Mass
SCHOOL OF RELIGION: 223-9748
FAX: 223-4725
BAPTISM: Make arrangements 3 months in advance.
Parish Website: www.saint-agnes.org
MARRIAGES: Please contact the Priest nine months
in advance.
Page Two
Saint Agnes
Forth Sunday of Lent
March 6, 2016
Whoever is in Christ is a new creation:
the old things have passed away;
behold, new things have come.
-2 Corinthians 5:17
Monday, March 7
7:30 am
†Alfredo Mesquita
Tuesday, March 8
5:30 pm
†Candida, Maria Jose & Manuel Ferreira
Wednesday, March 9
7:30 am
†Delmiro Rodriguez
Thursday, March 10
5:30pm
†Virginia S. Rosa
Saturday, March 12
4:30 pm
†Frances Sabedra
Sunday, March 13
8:00 am
11:00 am
5:30 pm
For the people of Saint Agnes
Tunaman’s Memorial
Special Intention– Garcia & Branco families
WEEKLY OFFERING
WEEKLY INCOME for February 28, 2016
DATE
ENVELOPES
AMOUNT
2/28
186
Parish Development Fund:
2/28
11
Each year all parishes in the Diocese of San Diego
are asked to participate in the Annual Lenten Collection.
This collection raises funds for the Church in places other
than the United States, places like Latin America, the
Middle East and in particular
the Holy Land, the
birthplace of our faith. Envelopes for this collection have
been placed in the pews and we invite you to be as
generous as possible. You may indicate on the envelope if
you would like to designate your contribution to one or
more of the four causes included in this collection.
In his 2005 Encyclical letter entitled Deus Caritas
Est, Pope Benedict wrote about the centrality of the
concept of “Communion” to the identity of the Church. He
wrote “Love of neighbor, grounded in the love of God, is
first and foremost a responsibility for each individual
member of the faithful, but it is also a responsibility for
the entire ecclesial community at every level: from the
local community to the particular Church and to the
Church universal in its entirety. As a community, the
Church must practice love. Love thus needs to be
organized if it is to be an ordered service to the
community. The awareness of this responsibility has had
a constitutive relevance in the Church from the beginning:
“All who believed were together and had all things in
common; and they sold their possessions and goods and
distributed them to all, as any had need”. In these words,
Saint Luke provides a kind of definition of the Church,
whose constitutive elements include fidelity to the
“teaching of the Apostles”, “communion” (koinonia), “the
breaking of the bread” and “prayer”. The element of
“communion” (koinonia) is not initially defined, but
appears concretely in the verses quoted above: it consists
in the fact that believers hold all things in common and
that among them, there is no longer any distinction
between rich and poor. As the Church grew, this radical
form of material communion could not in fact be
preserved. But its essential core remained: within the
community of believers there can never be room for a
poverty that denies anyone what is needed for a dignified
life.”
Don’t forget our Parish Lenten Penance
Service which will take place on Wednesday,
March 16th beginning at 7:00 p.m.
We will have a number of priests from the
neighboring parishes with us to assist with
this celebration.
†Dorothy Ventura
Friday, March 11
7:30am
March 6, 2016
$5,374.00
$ 907.00
I hope as many of you as possible are
planning to join us for our annual
St. Patrick’s Day Dinner. This year it will be
celebrated in the Parish Hall on Thursday,
March 17th. This is always a wonderful
evening with great food, great music, Irish
dancing, and fellowship. (Plus you never know what your
pastor might have up his sleeve). Tickets are still available
but I would ask you to get yours as soon as possible
before they sell out.
CLOSER THAN YOU THINK
Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize
how close they were to success when they gave up.
-Thomas Edison
Page Three
Fourth Sunday of Lent
WEEKLY CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Sun 3/6
Mon 3/7
Tues 3/8
Masses
8 am & 11:00 am
7:30 am Mass
9:30am senior Fitness
Class
5:30 pm Mass
Recovery
Group
2:00-4:00pm
Religious
Education
Classes
7:00-8:30pm
Pre-K-6th grade
Religious Education
Classes
4:00pm-5:15pm
5:30 pm Mass
Wed 3/9
7:05 am
Voc. Rosary
7:30 am Mass
Boy Scout
Troop 500
7 pm
7 pm English Choir Practice
Please join us for our annual
St. Patrick’s Dinner
Put on your tam o’shanter
& a bit o’ the Green
& join us for our
annual Saint Patrick’s Day Party
Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Saint Agnes Parish Hall
Adults $12, Children ages 5-12 $7
Don’t miss it!
It will be a sell-out this year
Come enjoy a traditional dinner of corned beef and
cabbage, potatoes, salad, rolls, dessert, coffee, beer, wine,
& soda. As always, we will have the Malone Academy Irish
Dancers as well as a traditional Irish sing-a-long. You may
purchase tickets at the Saint Agnes Parish Office at
223-2200. Questions please call or email, Mari Hamlin
Fink at 222-7736, [email protected] or Mary Alice Godfrey
at 222-2909, [email protected]
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Friday, March 11, at 5:30 pm.
LENTEN SOUP SUPPER
The next soup supper will be hosted by the
Saint Agnes Portuguese Choir on
Friday, March 11, 2016 at 6:00 pm, in the
Parish Hall after Stations of the Cross.
St. Agnes Parish Book Club
Is inviting all parishioners to attend
Book: The Long Loneliness
By: Dorothy Day
Dates: Wednesday evening,
March 16, at 7:30 p.m.
Or Thursday morning,
March 17, at 10:00 a.m.
Where: Parish Center, Classroom 1
Thurs 3/10
9:30am Senior Fitness Class
5:30 pm Mass
7 pm Catholic Men’s
Fellowship
7:45 pm AA Hall
Fri 3/11
7:30 am Mass
5:30pm
Stations of the Cross
Sat 3/12
4:30 pm
Vigil Mass
6:00pm
Lenten Soup Supper
7:00 pm NA Meeting
The next Saint Agnes Mission Circle Breakfast
is, Sunday, March 13, after the 8:00am Mass,
in the Parish Hall.
See our website: saintagnesmissioncircle.org
maintained by our webmaster, Paul Grimes.
email Kathy Grimes at: [email protected]
St. Agnes Mission Circle
TUNAMAN’S MEMORIAL MEMORIAM
The Portuguese Historical Center
welcomes you to the Tunaman’s Memoriam service
held annually at the Tunaman’s Memorial Monument
on Shelter Island Dr.
The Memoriam is in honor of all tuna-fishermen
who have lost their lives at sea.
Pictures of the men will be placed around the
memorial, where a special service will take place.
Please bring flowers.
Date: Sunday, March 13, 2016
Mass: 11:00 am
Saint Agnes Catholic Church
1140 Evergreen Street
San Diego, CA 92106
With Memorial Service immediately following at the
Tunaman’s Memorial on Shelter Island
Desserts & Refreshments will be served.
COMMODITIES
The next food distribution will be held on
Thursday, March 24, 2016.
Saint Charles Borromeo Academy
Accepting Applications!
Applications are being accepted now for the 2016-2017
school year. Visit the school, take a tour and talk with
staff, students and parents regarding our
strong academics and our faith-filled environment.
Located across from Liberty Station; just west of Coast
Highway and 5 freeway minutes north of downtown.
See our video page at Vimeo.com/SCBASanDiego or
Call: (619) 223-8271 for a tour.

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