1001 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas, CA 92024-2828



1001 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas, CA 92024-2828
7:30am 9:00am 10:30am 12:00pm (Spanish) and 5:00pm
Monday - Saturday 8:00am
Daily, after morning Mass
Perpetual Adoration
Tuesday, after morning Mass
24 hours
Sacrament of Penance
Saturday 3:30pm - 4:30pm and 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Vocation Holy Hour
Baptism and Marriage
1st Friday, 8:00am Mass
Please call Parish Office
Pastor Father Brian Corcoran Associate Pastor Father Joseph Freeman
Pastor Emeritus Monsignor Timothy Harnett Deacon Bob Beiner
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 www.saintjohnschool.com
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Saint John the Evangelist
“Pessimists complain about the wind! Optimists
hope it will change. Realists adjust the sails!”
... Saint Polycarp was martyred at the age of 86 in
155 AD. As a young man, he was a disciple of our
own Saint John the Evangelist. As Bishop of Smyrna
(modern Izmir, Turkey) he was a revered Christian
leader and became a target for persecution. He
was tried and, refusing to renounce his faith, was
burnt at the stake! “Stand fast therefore ... firm
and unchangeable in faith ... united in truth ... loving
each other, helping each other ... despising no one!”
His feast day is Sunday (23).
... Lent is coming fast, and we need your help! Beginning Friday (7), and on each Friday of Lent,
our Holy Name Society is sponsoring a Fish-Fry
Dinner from 5:00pm to 9:00pm in the Parish Hall.
The success of the Fish-Fry Dinner depends on the
help of many volunteers. Come along to a Planning
Meeting this Monday (24) at 7:30pm in the Hall
kitchen. If you would like to volunteer, please call
Rick Decker at 760 942-0344. We really need you!
... Our Annual Catholic Appeal lends support to
the many and varied ministries of our Diocese. Besides supporting the administrative offices of our
Diocese, it assists with our extensive education ministries in our parishes, supports our Diocesan seminary, the much needed continuing education of our
priests, ongoing Marriage and Family Life ministries, and the multi faceted work of Catholic Charities and it’s many outreaches.
... Our Annual Catholic Appeal has also established a special fund to assist the on-going development of parishes, particularly in the Imperial Valley.
... Saint John is expected to raise $65,000 in support of the Annual Catholic Appeal.
... Pledge forms have been mailed to every family,
and are also available at the back of the church, and
in the Parish Office. No payment is necessary now.
Just return your completed pledge card to the Parish Office. Make a pledge today!
... A mighty ‘Thank You’ to Margaret Conway,
Dolores Heller, Lupita Chavez, Tom Bussjaeger, Pat
Holeva, Don Armento and Rose Pini who helped
prepare the Annual Catholic Appeal mailing!
... Our Young Adults (18 - 39 years) meet this Monday (24), at Fuddruckers in Grossmont Center, La
Mesa, with dinner at 6:30pm, and speaker Jackie
Francois at 7:30pm speaking on ‘Relationships and
Dating’. For more info, go to www.yamsd.org.
February 23, 2014
... Jerry Thissen has been part of Saint John parish
since the mid-1980’s He was very active with our
Holy Name Society and the ministry of fresh coffee
and delicious donuts and sumptuous and fun Fish
Fry’s. He chaired Fiesta de las Flores for many
years, and shared his singing talents with us all as
part of our Church Choir. Halina and himself celebrated their marriage here at Saint John in 1995.
Jerry was a dear and close friend to Monsignor
Harnett and his family. Jerry passed away on
Wednesday (12) after a brave struggle with cancer.
May he truly rest in peace.
... This Sunday (23), our youth are selling hot,
fresh and delicious donuts, made right here at
Saint John, after morning Masses, in support of
their ‘Build a House for a Needy Family in Tijuana’
project. At just $1 for fresh coffee and a delicious
donut, it’s a tasty deal!
... 54 of our youth joyfully prepared and served 201
Pancake Breakfasts last Sunday (16), and raised
$991.00 in support of their ‘Tijuana’ project.
... Our High School classes resume this Sunday
(23) with ‘Group Night’ at 6:00pm. For more info,
call Isaac at 760 753-3679 or by e-mail at
[email protected]
... Liz Beiner and our RCIA team welcome adults
who are interested in becoming Catholic. Join
them this Tuesday (25) at 7:00pm in the Hall!
... There are many opportunities for singers and
instrumentalists to serve at Mass. Julie Marner
would be happy to hear from you at 760 753-6254
or by e-mail: [email protected]
... Contributions last weekend (16) amounted to
$16,362.00, with 394 families using envelopes.
... Our website is www.saintjohnencinitas.org Lots
of info, calendar of events, photos, bulletins, and
even registration are all available there!
... Our School website also has lots of good information. Visit: www.saintjohnschool.com
... Our Saint John School children in Second Grade
celebrate the Sacrament of Penance for the first
time this Wednesday (26), at 6:30pm.
... Our Religious Ed children and Junior-High
‘Faithways’ classes resume Monday (24).
... Next Sunday (2), our Girls Scouts will afford us
the opportunity to enjoy their ‘Cookies’, or to send
them to our troops serving overseas!
... A little girl was asked how she learned to skate.
She replied, “Oh, by getting up every time I fell!”
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Saint John the Evangelist
Fresh Donut Sale
Our Youth Ministry will be
selling hot, fresh delicious
donuts today (23) from
8:30am - 12:00pm
All proceeds benefit the
‘Tijuana House Build’ project
Just $1 for a fresh donut
and coffee.
It’s a tasty deal!
Religious Education
Classes for Grades K-6
Resume on Monday (24) at 4:15pm and 6:30pm
For more info, Ann at 760 436-0664
[email protected]
Junior High Faithways
For Grades 7 and 8
Classes resume Monday (24) at 6:00pm
Nicole at 760 753-4279
[email protected]
Youth Ministry
Sunday (23) Group Night
Classes resume on Sunday, March 2
For more info, contact Isaac at 760 753-3679 or
[email protected]
Saint John School
Pre-school - Grade 8
Principal : Dan Schuh
760 944-8227 or
Wednesday (19) at 6:30pm
First Reconciliation
“Building the whole child in
preparation for Kindergarten”
Now accepting Applications for
Pre-Kindergarten (4 Years Old)
For more info, call 760 944-8227
Music Ministry
Singers and Instrumentalists share your talents!
Rehearsals from 5:00pm - 9:00pm on Tuesday
or 6:00pm - 9:00pm on Wednesday
Please contact our Music Director, Julie Marner, at
760 753-6254 or [email protected]
February 23, 2014
February 22
February 23
Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time
Lv 19:1-18; 1 Cor 3:16-23; Mt 5:38-48
February 24
February 25
February 26
Evan Kwik †
Phil Downey †
Abdool Moosa †
Mary and Patrick Steen †
5:00pm Harold G. Edyburn †
Jas 3:13-18; Mk 9:14-29
8:00am Donnie Maggard †
Jas 4:1-10; Mk 9:30-37
8:00am James Coyle †
Jas 4:13-17; Mk 9:38-40
Evelyn Sanders †
February 27
Jas 5:1-6; Mk 9:41-50
8:00am John J. Corcoran †
Dorothy Spagnola †
February 28
Jas 5:9-12; Mk 10:1-12
March 1
March 2
Willie Castro †
Jas 5:13-20; Mk 10:13-16
Grace King †
Donald Sielaff †
Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Is 49:14-15; 1 Cor 4:1-5; Mt 6:24-34
Ethel Vanderhagen †
Ellie Dornin †
Irene Roston †
Margarita Baez Montero †
Please Keep in Your Prayers
Nydia Abney, Alex Amador, Martha Amador, Anthony Baggio, Aiden
Blenderman, Maura Brown, Joe Corder, Rob Crewse, Edward Dillon,
Kathy Fix, Maria Jaque, Kathleen Jones, Eva King, Skyler Koehne,
Hiram Lee-Gonzalez, Manny Gonzales, Kasie Lindberg, Pat
McKinley, Martin McNeela, Lucy Mee, Patty Moore, Shirley Moriarty,
Grace Oreb, Ashley Ray, Mary Ellen Riedel, Tom Saake, Gregory
Sayer, Florence Schweizer, Gina Stack, Denise Sugrue, Richard
Templin, Eric Vukicevich, Grant Waller and Griffin Waller.
Our Recently Deceased
Jerry Thissen and Peg Tincup
We pray for our sick and deceased at daily Mass.
Altar Society
Annual Tour of Gardens
The Altar Society is looking for
gardens to visit on Saturday, May 17
To register your garden, contact
Carol Salatka at 760 632-9834
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Saint John the Evangelist
Stations of the Cross
Join us Friday (7), and
every Friday during Lent,
for Stations of the Cross
at 6:00pm
in the church.
February 23, 2014
Ash Wednesday (5)
8:00am, 10:30am,
6:00pm and 7:30pm (Sp)
Lenten Fish Fry
Join us Friday (7), and every
Friday during Lent, for our
Lenten Fish Fry.
5:00pm - 9:00pm
in the hall.
$5 for Adults, $3 for kids
Bingo is $10 for 10 cards.
Adults wishing to learn more about our Catholic faith!
* Have you joined us from another faith
and would now like to find out more about
the Catholic Church?
* Would you like to discover more about
what it means to be a Catholic?
We would love to help you on your journey!
Tuesday (25) at 7:00pm in the hall.
For more info, Liz Beiner at 760 753-6254.
Perpetual Adoration
We are looking for regular volunteers
for the following hours:
Tuesday 1:00am, 2:00am Saturday 8:00am
Ken Poggenburg 760 635-2573
Lupe Cardona (Sp) 760 753-7784
We also need another volunteer for Day Captain to
arrange for substitute adorers on each assigned day.
Perpetual Adoration is prayer in the presence of the Most
Blessed Sacrament ... 24 hours, day and night, seven days
a week. All are welcome!
WANTED: Food Pantry Volunteers
Are you able to lend a hand? Our Food Pantry is in need of
more volunteers to assist with the collection of food
donations at weekend Masses!
For more info, give Margaret Conway a call at 760 943-8061
Valley Parish Development
Ten parish communities serve over 13,000 Catholic
families in Imperial Valley. Several of them need our
help to expand their facilities so they can respond
adequately to the needs of the people.
Vocations for Priests and Religious Life
Saint Francis Center for Priests and Priestly Formation
currently supports 15 candidates for the priesthood as
well as providing a place of prayer and respite for priests
from our diocese and beyond.
Catholic Charities
Theology on Tap
Our primary diocesan social service agency impacts the
lives of approximately 300,000 people each year
providing a network of important programs and services.
February (24) Jackie Francois
Relationships and Dating
We provide Emergency School Assistance to 9 Catholic
elementary schools impacting over 1,700 students.
Providing Catholic education to those in need is vital to
our mission.
Dinner 6:30pm- 7:30pm
Speaker 7:30pm- 9:00pm
Fuddruckers in East County
5500 Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesa, 91942
Remember to patronize our advertisers for
making the bulletin possible. Thank you!
Catholic Schools
Marriage and Family Life Ministry
Over 1,500 couples attend these Diocesan marriage
preparation programs annually and 2,038 couples were
married this past year. Over 250 people take Natural
Family Planning classes each year and 200 people have
attended the newly offered relationship skills workshops
in the past year.
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San Juan Evangelista
Febrero 23, 2014
Las palabras de
Jesús continúan
practica y Ley
seguidores de las
Jesús. El Evangelio
de hoy continúa
con una ligera variación de la frase “Ustedes han
oído que se dijo…” y “Yo les digo que…” Las
antiguas leyes de venganza se escribieron para
mitigar las represalias severas y vengativas tan
comunes entre los pueblos que rodeaban al pueblo
guerrero de Dios.
Aquellas personas que querían ser seguidores de
Jesús también estaban rodeados por personas
empeñadas en vengarse. Por lo que Mateo presenta a
Jesús pidiendo a sus seguidores que si alguien los
golpea en una mejilla que pongan la otra.
Él les pide a las personas que lo escuchan que den
más de lo que alguien les pida. Jesús nos pide amar y
orar por nuestros conciudadanos y los extranjeros, a
los que amamos y a quienes nos odian.
Aún lo recuerdo, estaba viajando en el metro de la
ciudad de Roma cuando
subieron dos mujeres con
Vestían como si fueran
a una fiesta de disfraces.
Noté que todas las
personas las evitaban. Eran
gitanas, esas a las que mi
mamá y mis tías me iban a
dar si no me portaba bien.
Los gitanos no tienen una buena reputación entre las
naciones. Tienen la misma reputación de los pastores
de Palestina que vivieron en tiempos de Jesús. Se
piensa que son ladrones e inmorales, gente a la que hay
que tenerle miedo.
Sin embargo, decimos que Jesús es nuestro Buen
Pastor. En Jesús, todas las personas que jamás
creeríamos capaces de alcanzar la santidad, lo logran.
Tal es el caso del Pelé o Zeferino Jiménez, un gitano
que en 1936 fue fusilado por militares españoles. El
motivo de su muerte fue la enseñanza y difusión de la
fe en Cristo. Su muerte fue la cumbre de una vida de fe
como franciscano seglar. El ejemplo de vida que este
gitano nos dio, logró hacer que los españoles lo
respetaran y olvidaran sus prejuicios en contra de su
gente. Además de eso, evangelizó a sus hermanos
El lunes (24)
a las 7:00pm
En el California Room hablaremos
sobre la Cuaresma los esperamos a
El Lunes (3) a las 6:30pm
En el California Room
Es importante que vengan los coordinadores
o lideres de los diferentes Ministerios.
Música, Ministros Extraordinarios de Comunión,
Proclamadores, Hospitalidad, Servidores del Altar. Si
gustan venir algunos de los miembros son bienvenidos
pero los coordinadores es importante que no falten.
Si tienen alguna pregunta por favor
llamen al 760 436-4366.
Coro de Jóvenes y Niños
¡Cantantes e instrumentalistas
compartan sus talentos !
Vengan a los ensayos de 6:00pm a 7:00pm
los martes en la iglesia
Por favor contacten a nuestra Directora de Música
Julie Marner
Al 760 753-6254 o a [email protected]
Necesitamos voluntarios para las siguientes horas:
Martes 1:00am, 2:00am
Sábado 8:00am
Ken Poggenburg 760 635-2573
Lupe Cardona (Spañol) 760 753-7784
La Adoración Perpetua es orar en la presencia del
Sacratísimo Sacramento… 24 horas, día y noche, siete días
a la semana. Todos son bienvenidos!
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Saint John the Evangelist
February 23, 2014
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
760 944-8227
760 436-0664
760 753-4279
760 753-3679
760 436-4366
760 753-6254
Adult Faith
Perpetual Adoration
Perpetual Adoration (Spanish)
Centering Prayer
Liz Beiner
Ken Poggenburg
Lupe Cardona
Shirley Shetula
760 753-6254
760 635-2573
760 753-7784
760 436-6721
Altar Society
Boy Scouts
Cub Scouts
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Culture of Life
Holy Name
Knights of Columbus
Saint Vincent de Paul
Janice Behler
Blane Adessa
Richard Weston
David Pavnic / Chris Cammack
Jennifer Grethel
Olivia Reynaga
Rick Decker
John Brannon
Sandra Watson
Nettie March
760 274-6298
760 944-0626
760 230-6183
760 753-6254
760 753-6254
760 753-5230
760 753-6254
760 522-9969
760 753-3056
760 753-6254

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