6-5-2016 - Saint John the Evangelist Church



6-5-2016 - Saint John the Evangelist Church
7:30am 9:00am 10:30am 12:00pm (Spanish) and 5:00pm
Monday - Saturday 8:00am
Daily, after morning Mass
Tuesday, after morning Mass
Perpetual Adoration
Sacrament of Penance
Vocation Holy Hour
Baptism and Marriage
24 hours
Saturday 3:30pm - 4:30pm and 6:00pm - 7:00pm
1st Friday, 8:00am Mass
Please call Parish Office
Pastor Father Brian Corcoran Associate Pastor Father Ben Awongo AJ
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 www.saintjohnschool.com
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Saint John the Evangelist
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in
seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes!”
... Our heartiest congratulations to our 102 young
men and women, who celebrated the Sacrament of
Confirmation with Bishop McElroy on Wednesday
(1). ‘Thank you’ to their families, to Isaac Deken,
Deacon Bob, and Mary Moran, who helped along
the way! A holy spirit!
... Of the 102 youth confirmed, 36 were baptized at
Saint John, 12 at Saint James, 6 at Saint Elizabeth
Seton and 28 in other San Diego parishes, with 11
baptized in parishes beyond San Diego. 8 were baptized in Mexico and 1 in Canada.
... Of the 36 baptized at Saint John, 13 were baptized by Monsignor Timothy Harnett (RIP), 11 by
Deacon Richard Corder (RIP), 4 by Father Burt
Boudoin, 3 by Father Earl Eggleston, 1 each by
Monsignor Ray Moore (RIP), Father Ernest
Sweeney, Father David Sereno, Father Eddie Samaniego SJ, and Father Gerry Roche (RIP)!
... Of our 102 youth, 29 graduated Saint John
School, and 16 participated in our Junior-High
... Of the 102, 36 currently attend San Diequito
Academy, 30 La Costa Canyon, 17 Cathedral Catholic High School, 5 Sage Creek, 1 Saint Augustine
High School, 11 attend other High Schools, and 2
are Home-Schooled.
... Of our 22 adults confirmed , 13 were baptized in
Mexico, 2 in Guatamala, 1 each in PA and IL, 5 in
CA, 3 of whom in San Diego.
... $12,406.50 was contributed last weekend (29),
with 302 families using envelopes. 114 families
contributed a further $5,104.00 online!
... Father Joseph is very appreciative of your very
generous response to his appeal. $54,040.00 has
been received here at Saint John, while a further
$5,850.00 was received at Holy Spirit Church!
... Our Fiesta de las Flores Grand Drawing is on
August 7, with prizes of $5,000, $2,500, $1,000 and
$500! Tickets should be in the mail soon. Be sure
to return them to avail of our Early-Bird Drawings
... On Wednesday (8), our ‘Class of 2016’ celebrate their Ribbon Mass at 9:30 am, with the entire
School, and gather with family for Dinner and
Awards, in the Hall, at 5:30pm.
... On Thursday (9), our ‘Class of 2016’ and their
families celebrate their graduation, at 5:30pm, in
the church. All are welcome.
June 5, 2016
... Congratulations to J. D. Carney, son of John
and Holly, and brother to Kiki, on completing his
Scouts Eagle Project. J. D. revamped and refurbished Our Lady’s Grotto on our church grounds.
It is really beautiful now! Mary is so happy! A
family endeavor! Thank you so much!
... Our Altar Society’s Tailgate Swap-Meet is on
Saturday (18). Sign up today at the Gazebo.
... Our Holy Name meet on Monday (6) at 7:00pm,
and on Tuesday (7), the Saint Vincent de Paul
meet at 7:00pm! Serving!
... Our Saint John School ‘end of school year’
Prayer Service is this Friday (10), at 11:30am, in
the church. Summer!
... Our Saint John Bible Camp “Following Jesus,
the Light of the World” is in July, Monday (18) to
Friday (22), from 8:30am to 12:00pm, in our Hall.
Children currently in Grades K - 5 are welcome.
Pick-up a Registration Form in the Rel Ed or Parish office, and on the school and parish websites.
For more info, please call 760 436-0664.
... Our Youth have several ‘Summer Service Projects’ and special events this Summer, including a
trip to Six Flags, a Padres game, Steubenville San
Diego and monthly beach clean-ups and bonfires.
Registration forms are available on our website.
... Our Annual Catholic Appeal supports the wonderful ministry of our Diocese. Please consider
making a pledge today.
... Please, please refrain from assisting the adults/
children begging at our entrances on Sundays. We
are always willing to help the needy, but these are
just part of a highly organized ‘scam’ operation.
... A mighty ‘Thank You’ to Sister Winifred Harnett and the Presentation Sisters on taking great
care of her brother, Monsignor Tim, over the past
two years. Sister was a great blessing to us all!
... Associate our Dad’s, living and deceased, with
our Fathers’ Day Mass on Sunday (19)!
... A reminder to all of our parish organizations
and groups to return the Request Forms for use of
our facilities for the coming year.
… This Tuesday (7), be sure to vote!
... Political canvassing of any kind is not permitted on Church property. Please respect that!
... June 6, 1944 was ‘D-Day’ in WWII, and Deacon
Bob’s birthday! Happy, happy birthday!
... “Wisdom has it’s roots in goodness, and not
goodness its roots in wisdom!”
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Saint John the Evangelist
June 4
June 5
June 6
June 7
June 8
June 9
June 10
June 11
June 12
5:00pm Joseph Drago †
Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
1 Kgs 17:17-24; Gal 1:11-19; Lk 7:11-17
7:30am March & van der Molen families †
9:00am Special Intention
10:30am Mary Therese Chodzko †
12:00pm Parishioners
5:00pm Robert Strattman †
Saint Norbert
1 Kgs 17:1-6; Mt 5:1-12
8:00am Kathleen Carlson †
1 Kgs 17:7-16; Mt 5:13-16
8:00am Tricia Kelly †
1 Kgs 18:20-39; Mt 5:17-19
8:00am Laila Clary †
June 5, 2016
Please Keep in Your Prayers
Karen Adamsen, Martha Amador, Ruth Ariza, Phyllis Azarro, Anthony Baggio, Thomas Baglio, Rosily Baratono, Cindy Bausch,
Aiden Blenderman, Maura Brown, Taylor Camisa, Joe Corder,
Rob Crewse, Jack Davare, Edward Dillon, Barbara Dorion, Ashlie
Dunlap, Stefan Edgerly, Greg Fix, Kathy Fix, Nick Fix, Patty Fix,
Jean Gallagher, Jane Glasson, Hiram Lee-Gonzalez, Manny Gonzales, Carolyn Goohs, Aria Johnson, Maria Johnson, Cheyne
Johnston, Neal Kusumoto, Jim Kelly, Eva King, Skyler Koehne,
Stella Lubera, Julianne Maier, Andy Maduza, Pat McKinley,
Robert McLoughlin, Lucy Mee, Maria Mendez, Patty Moore, Luz
Nieve, Eileen O’Connor, Grace Oreb, Mary Ann Pavnic, Joaquin
Perez, Peter Pongwattana, Jennifer Proder, David Quessenberry,
David Rambeau, Ashley Ray, Tom Rechsteiner, Elizabeth Roney,
Selena Sandoval, Brad Smith, Lori Smith, Gina Stack, Andrew
Todd, Nancy Tsoubris, Jerry Tunnero, Grant and Griffin Waller,
Ken Watts, Bernard Wessel and John Whitty.
Saint Ephrem
1 Kgs 18:41-46; Mt 5:20-26
8:00am Kathleen Carlson †
1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16; Mt 5:27-32
8:00am Eddie McCarthy †
Saint Barnabas
Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Mt 5:33-37
8:00am Eddie McCarthy †
5:00pm Dolly Casciotti †
Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
2 Sm 12:7-10, 13; Gal 2:16, 19-21; Lk 7:36 - 8:3
7:30am Parishioners
9:00am Special Intention
10:30am Lillian Moran †
12:00pm Sage Kiesel †
5:00pm Noel Family †
Registration is Open!
Children currently in Grades K-5
July 18 - July 22
Register Now!
Registration forms are
available on the parish and school websites, at the
school, parish and religious education office.
Plan on joining the adventure!
For info, call Ann or Cindy 760 436-0664
We pray for our sick and deceased at daily Mass.
Youth Ministry
Tuesday (14) at 7:00am
Six Flags Trip
Thursday (16) at 6:00pm
Beach Clean-Up and Bonfire
Permission slips for summer activities
are available online
For more info, Isaac at 760 753-3679
[email protected]
Perpetual Adoration
We are looking for more substitutes, especially
Volunteers are needed for:
Sunday, 1:00 am, 2:00am
Monday, 3:00pm
Tuesday, 5:00pm
Wednesday, 2:00am
Saturday, 3:00pm
We also need another volunteer for Day Captain to
take charge of arranging substitutes for regular adorers on the Captain’s assigned day.
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!
Thank you,
Eagle Scout,
J.D. Carney
and family
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Saint John the Evangelist
June 5, 2016
August 6-7
Raffle Prizes
1st: $5,000;
2nd: $2,500; 3rd: $1,000;
4th: $500.
Tent Raising
Saturday, June 25, 9:00am to 12:00pm
Stage and Beer Garden
Saturday, July 16, 9:00am to 12:00pm
Saint John School
Pre-school - Grade 8
Principal : Dan Schuh
760 944-8227 or www.saintjohnschool.com
Saint John School Prayer Service,
Friday (10) at 11:30am
Saturday, June 18, 7:00am - 2:00pm
Saint John School Parking Lot
For space reservations or more info, call
Mary at 760 613-0999 or Michele at 760 846-1006
Saint John Preschool
Kindergarten Readiness Program:
“Building the whole child in preparation for kindergarten”
For more info, or to schedule a tour, call
Annette Conrad at 760 944-8227 or
[email protected]
Adults wishing to learn more about the
Catholic faith!
►Have you joined us from another religion and
would now like to find out more about the
Catholic Church?
►Have you been worshiping with us, but have never taken the
step to become Catholic?
►Were you baptized a Catholic but have never completed the
Sacraments of Initiation - Confirmation and Eucharist?
►Would you like to discover more about what it means to be a
Join us this Tuesday (7) at 7:00pm in the Hall.
For more info call 760 753-6254
Remember to patronize
our advertisers for making the bulletin
possible. Thank you!
Unless Professor Einstein’s theory of relativity can be translated into
any useful kind of time-travel, most of our clues about life in the early
church will have to come from ancient letters and ancient prayer texts.
A prayer text from a dusty library may yield, for example, an understanding of what “presbyters” actually did. We have such a prayer
from the early third century from the hand of Hippolytus of Rome.
While our modern prayers derive a great deal from his, some of the
practices of the ancient church have fallen away. In his day, bishops
were chosen by the people, and the other bishops merely consented.
Presbyters, by contrast, seem to have been chosen by the bishops.
This makes sense, since it allowed the bishops to hand-pick their
most trusted advisers.
It seems that bishops were at first reluctant to share their presiding at the Eucharist with presbyters. In fact, by the time of the fourthcentury church’s growth spurt in Rome, the bishop sent deacons out
with fragments of the host from his Eucharist to drop into the chalices
of the presbyters at the outlying eucharistic celebrations. We still have
a vestige of this fermentum in the Mass today, a reminder of the early
bishops’ desire to give a powerful sign of the unity of all celebrations
of the Eucharist with their ministry, and a clue to their reluctance to
delegate a sacramental ministry to the presbyters.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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Saint John the Evangelist
Joven, Yo te lo mando: Levántate
Las Escrituras de hoy nos cuentan la historia de dos
viudas. La primera lectura relata la difícil situación en la
que vivía la
viuda con la que
el profeta Elías
se quedó y el
historia de la
viuda de Naín,
en cada una de
estas historias a
cada viuda el hijo único de ellas murió. En la cultura de
esos países en ese tiempo, el hijo era el sustento para la
viuda y quien además continuaba la descendencia
familiar que era igual a la inmortalidad. La viuda cuyo
único hijo hubiera muerto perdía toda esperanza.
Elías y Jesús son los restauradores de esperanza; ellos
devuelven la vida a sus hijos. San Pablo, metafóricamente
hablando, revivió de la muerte a la vida cuando él se
convirtió después de la llamada de Dios de la que él habla
en la segunda lectura.
¿A qué están llamados los cristianos hoy en día?
Quizá no podemos revivir de la muerte, pero quizá
podemos reanimar la esperanza de un padre o una madre
soltera. Quizá no podemos convertir a un perseguidor
como Pablo, pero si abiertamente hacemos vida el
Evangelio en nuestras vidas, podríamos tocar una vida
con la Buena Nueva.
EL DOMINGO 29, 2016
Yuleni Aragón, Shayla Arteaga, Noé Arrazola,
Marissa Bandera, Elián H. Barbosa, Yasmin
Beltrán, Anthony Campos, Diego Campos,
Ashly Chávez, Adrian Cruz, Andrew Figueroa,
Itzel García, Liliana Francisco, Christopher
Galván, Osiel García, Jazmín Guzmán,
Ángel G. Henríquez, Natalie López, Christian
Matías, Alex Mercado, Raymundo Montes Jr.,
Yaneiry Morales, Christopher Palomar,
Christopher C. Robles, Camilla Rodríguez,
Miguel Rocha, Daylan Sánchez, Jordán
Serrano, Elmer Velásquez, Antonia Zacarías,
Y Melissa A. Zayas
June 5, 2016
El padre Ben les hace preguntas
a los niños
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June 5, 2016
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
Perpetual Adoration
Perpetual Adoration (Spanish)
Centering Prayer
Adult Faith
Liz Beiner
Ken Poggenburg
Lupe Cardona
Shirley Shetula
760 753-6254
760 635-2573
760 753-7784
760 525-6721
Altar Society
Boy Scouts
Cub Scouts
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Culture of Life
Holy Name
Knights of Columbus
Saint Vincent de Paul
Joi Catlin
Blane Adessa
Richard Weston
David Pavnic / Chris Cammack
Jennifer Grethel
Olivia Reynaga
Rick Decker
Pat Connors
Sandra Watson
Nettie March
760 470-6316
760 944-0626
760 230-6183
760 753-6254
760 753-6254
760 753-5230
760 753-6254
760 822-3639
760 753-3056
760 753-6254

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