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1001 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas, CA 92024-2828
Pastor Father Brian Corcoran Associate Pastor Father Ben Awongo AJ
Deacon Bob Beiner School Principal Dan Schuh Music Director Julie Marner
Saturday
Sunday
5:00pm
7:30am 9:00am 10:30am 12:00pm (Spanish) and 5:00pm
Daily
Rosary
Novena
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
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
“Much prayer, much power! Little prayer, little
power! No prayer, no power!”
... What a wonderful ‘Fiesta De Las Flores’ last
weekend (7). It was great fun from start to finish,
and mighty to see so many come out and spend
time together. Yes!
... There are so many involved in its planning,
preparation, and success on the weekend! We truly
applaud and appreciate the great Fiesta Team, under the guidance of Mark and Theresa Coyle, that
brought it all together. Matt Williamson and our
Saint John facilities team, Consuelo and the Hispanic Community, Isaac Deken and the Youth Ministry, Dan Schuh, Jill Burke and our Saint John School
parents, Blane Adessa and the Boy Scouts, Pat Connors and the Knights of Columbus all leading the
way, together with our Altar Society, the Men’s Fellowship and Holy Name Society. Thank You!
... A mighty ‘thank you’ also to our generous sponsors: Brandt Beef, The Lost Abbey, Rancho Auto
Body, Discount Tire Stores, Stehly Farms Organics,
Captain Keno’s Restaurant, Anita’s Mexican Restaurant, Roberto’s Taco Shop, Rico Taco Shop, El Norte
Mexican Restaurant Carlsbad. Allies Party Rental
and Lucy de la Torre!
... And to our entertainers who gave so generously
of their time and talent, Bloom, Tower 7 and Neptune, Ann Heller and Fleetwood Max, Andy and the
Weis Guys, Dan Kasperick, the Ashley Jenks Band,
the fabulous Mariachis, and the ‘Ke Hulili O Kailani
Polynesian Dance Halua’.
... In the Grand Drawing, Anthony Paolucci won
our $5,000 first prize, Mark and Pat O’Donnell won
the $2,500 second prize, Lee Ann Howe got the
$1,000 third prize, while Larry Riehn won the $500
fourth prize. Congratulations!
... Our Early-Bird $200 winners were Donald
Jones, John Hawkins and The Moffett’s!
... Our Fiesta is a great fun event! It is a pity that
so so many of us do not avail of the opportunity to
come along and enjoy it! Next time! To all who
did, ‘Thank You’! ‘Twas mighty!
... Watch for a Financial Summary shortly. Funds
raised are to be used towards upgrading our church
parking lot lights to LED.
... Marian Ministries has bible and beads available
for us this Sunday (14), after morning Masses.
... Watch for the upcoming great Bible Study on
Mercy to be directed by Father Ben!
August 14, 2016
... Saint John welcomes back Fabrice Bizimana,
from Burundi, to encourage us to continue to lend
assistance to Julie Marner and our Burundi Friends
International, and their great endeavor in Burundi.
The need is greater than ever! Please use the special envelopes provided, and give generously this
coming weekend (21).
... Registration Forms for all of our Religious
Education classes and programs for 2016-2017,
including Sunday Preschool, are available in the
Parish Office, online and in the church. For more
info call Rel Ed at 760 436-0664. Register today.
... Our Saint John School Office is open, Monday
to Friday, 9:00am to 12:00pm. Give our children
the best, enroll them in Saint John School! For
more info call 760 944-8227.
... Our Saint John School children return to the
classroom on Thursday (25).
... Our Saint John School parents Eagle Group will
gather this Friday (19), at 9:00am, in the Hall, and
our New Parent Orientation Meeting will be on
Tuesday (23), at 5:00pm.
... If you are an adult and wish to learn more about
our Catholic faith, join Liz Beiner and our RCIA
team each Tuesday at 7:00pm in the Parish Hall.
... Our Saint Vincent De Paul meets this Tuesday
(16), at 6:30pm, and our Catholic Men’s Fellowship
meets this Wednesday (17) at 7:00pm.
... It is not too late to make a pledge to our Annual
Catholic Appeal which assists the extensive ministry of our Diocese.
... The Emperor Maurice (582-602) decreed that the
Assumption of Mary be celebrated throughout the
Empire. Pope Sergius (683-701) laid down a solemn procession for the feast. Pope Pius XII in 1950
proclaimed the dogma of the Assumption, not only
as a privilege for Mary, but as Pope Paul VI wrote
“as the destiny of all those whom Christ has made
his brothers and sisters.” Our celebration, too!
... The feast of the Assumption is this Monday
(15), with Mass at 8:00am. It is a holyday, but not
of obligation this year.
... Pierre Teilhard de Chardin wrote: “The day will
come when, after harnessing the ether, the winds, the
tides, gravitation, we shall harness for God the energies of love. And, on that day, for the second time in
the history of the World, human beings will have discovered fire.”
... “Don't bunt! Aim out of the ballpark!”
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Saint John the Evangelist
MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday
August 13
Sunday
August 14
Monday
August 15
Tuesday
August 16
Wednesday
August 17
Thursday
August 18
Friday
August 19
Saturday
August 20
Sunday
August 21
Music Ministry
Share your talents!
Please contact our Music Director Julie Marner
at 760 753-6254 or [email protected]
Marian Ministries
Sunday (14) in the Parish Hall
Come and see our
selection of bibles and beads!
Scripture Study
Experiencing and sharing God’s Mercy
with Father Ben Awongo AJ
Six sessions beginning Thursday, September 22
6:30pm - 8:30pm
All are welcome!
For info, call 760 942-9044 or [email protected]
August 14, 2016
5:00pm Todd Bloomer †
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jer 38:4-6, 8-10; Heb 12:1-4; Lk 12:49-53
7:30am Wesley Michael Adamson †
9:00am Raymond Fitzgerald †
10:30am Clarice Larion †
12:00pm Sage Kiesel †
Carmen Meza †
5:00pm Parishioners
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Rv 11:19a; 12:1-10ab; 1 Cor 15:20-27; Lk 1:39-56
8:00am Special Intention
Saint Stephen of Hungary
Ez 28:1-10; Dt 32:26-36ab; Mt 19:23-30
8:00am George and Irma Allen †
Ez 34:1-11; Mt 20:1-16
8:00am Bernard F. Connerton †
Ez 36:23-28; Mt 22:1-14
8:00am Suzanne Degan †
Saint John Eudes
Ez 37:1-14; Mt 22:34-40
8:00am Rosemarie Tidik †
Saint Bernard
Ez 43:1-7a; Mt 23:1-12
8:00am Parishioners
5:00pm Gary Bokoch †
Twenty-First Sunday
Is 66:18-21; Heb 12:5-7, 11-13; Lk 13:22-30
7:30am Ronald Nash †
9:00am Special Intention
10:30am Clarice Larion †
12:00pm Parishioners
5:00pm Kathleen Lento †
Bernice Hayes †
THE ASSUMPTION OF
THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
A holyday, but not of Obligation this year.
Monday (15)
Mass: 8:00am
“Fresh Coffee & Delicious Donuts”
Holy Name Society
hosts coffee and donuts
every Sunday after morning Masses.
Come join us in the Parish Hall.
Remember to patronize
our advertisers for making the
bulletin possible. Thank you!
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Saint John the Evangelist
APPEAL Sunday (21)
Join us in our mission to help fight
poverty in Burundi!
Please give generously
Perpetual Adoration
We are looking for more substitutes, especially
nighttime.
Volunteers are needed for:
Wednesday, 5:00pm
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!
Adults wishing to learn more about our
Catholic faith!
* Have you been worshiping with us,
but have never taken the step to be
come Catholic?
* Would you like to discover more
about what it means to be a
Catholic?
We would love to help you on your journey!
Tuesday (16) at 7:00pm in the hall.
August 14, 2016
Please Keep in Your Prayers
Karen Adamsen, Martha Amador, Valdimar Amaya, Ruth
Ariza, Phyllis Azarro, Anthony Baggio, Thomas Baglio, Rosily
Baratono, Cindy Bausch, Aiden Blenderman, Maura Brown,
Taylor Camisa, Ma. Eugenia Cazares, Joe Corder, Rob
Crewse, Maria Day, Edward Dillon, Barbara Dorion, Ashlie
Dunlap, Stefan Edgerly, Greg Fix, Kathy Fix, Nick Fix, Patty
Fix, Jean Gallagher, Jane Glasson, Manny Gonzales, Carolyn
Goohs, Mark Hagen, George Hall, Aria Johnson, Maria Johnson, Cheyne Johnston, Neal Kusumoto, Eva King, Skyler Koehne, Stella Lubera, Julianne Maier, Andy Maduza, Pat
McKinley, Robert McLoughlin, Lucy Mee, Maria Mendez, Patty
Moore, Toni Naidenosf, Luz Nieve, Eileen O’Connor, Grace
Oreb, Mary Ann Pavnic, Joaquin Perez, Peter Pongwattana,
Diane Plum, Jennifer Proder, David Quessenberry, David
Rambeau, Ashley Ray, Tom Rechsteiner, Elizabeth Roney,
Selena Sandoval, Douglas Schmude, Lori Smith, Gina Stack,
Andrew Todd, Nancy Tsoubris, Jerry Tunnero, Grant and Griffin Waller, Ken Watts, Bernard Wessel and John Whitty.
Rest in Peace
Father Henry Rodriguez , Belan Montiel
We pray for our sick and deceased at daily Mass.
Hawkes Home, Inc.
The residents thank all of you who made our July
(17) Family BBQ and Strings Concert featuring
Mark Sander, Greg Shirer, Emily Velasco, and
Denise Sugrue so successful. Your prayers and
caring generosity are greatly appreciated,
Harley and Joyce Noel
For more info, Liz Beiner at 760 753-6254
Live on the Internet
9:00 am Mass
www.saintjohnlive.com
Father Joseph with friends at Holy Spirit! From left, Bishop
McElroy, Father Henry Rodriguez (RIP) and Father Doan Van
Lai. Father Henry died suddenly on Monday (4). He served
as the Church liaison to many community groups and organizations, including the San Diego Police Department, where he
served as chaplain. He also served as chaplain at Mercy Hospital and hospice care. And he will be remembered for his spiritual outreach to the LGBT members in our community.
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Saint John the Evangelist
Agosto 14, 2016
EL COSTO DE SER DISCÍPULO
ALTARES EN NUESTRO HOGAR
El Salmo responsorial de hoy, Salmo 40 (39),
nos es muy familiar por el refrán “Señor, date prisa
en socorrerme”. La
historia de Jeremías
hoy y el refrán
“¡Señor, date prisa
en socorrerme!” nos
recuerda
que
siempre hay dos
caminos para seguir
el llamado de Dios.
El autor de la Carta a los Hebreos también lo sabía.
Él recordaba a sus lectores que aunque nos agobien
desgracias y pecados, podemos todavía perseverar si
mantenemos nuestros ojos fijos en Jesús, quien
también conoció la vergüenza y el dolor de la cruz,
pero vio más allá del sufrimiento, el gozo de sentarse
a la derecha del trono de Dios.
Jesús mismo dio a sus discípulos una “idea” de un
bautismo que no sería tan maravilloso como el del
Jordán que inauguró su ministerio, sino de fuego y
angustia. Las palabras de la Sagrada Escritura hoy
pueden no ser terriblemente apaciguadoras, pero en su
honestidad y fortaleza podemos reconocer las
dificultades que el discípulo enfrenta a diario, y
consolarnos por la seguridad de nuestra salvación en
Cristo.
El otro día leí un artículo escrito por un pastor
bautista sobre la necesidad de tener un altar en casa
para
educar
a
nuestros hijos en la fe
y la oración. Lo leí
con interés ya que el
uso del altarcito tiene
una larga historia en
la Iglesia católica. En
casa de mis abuelos
paternos, en México,
había
un
bello
altarcito en forma de pirámide que contenía flores,
velas y figuras de Jesús, María y algunos santos.
Además de esto estaban también algunos
instrumentos de oración como el rosario, la Biblia y
algún otro libro de oración. También en casa de mi
abuela materna,
había un rinconcito sagrado.
Muchos latinos tenemos altarcitos familiares.
Algunos son verdaderos altares como el de mi
Mamá. Otros son rincones especiales como el de mi
tía María, con alguna imagen y libro de oración y
fotografías de nuestros parientes. A fin de cuentas no
importa ni su tamaño ni su forma. Importa su
existencia y sobre todo su uso para recordarnos de la
presencia e importancia de Dios en nuestros hogares
y familias.
CLASES DE CATECISMO
Para toda la familia
Fiesta De Las Flores
(no hay costo para los adultos)
La Educación Cristiana es muy importante.
Les recordamos que
estamos inscribiendo a
los niños y a los
adultos para las clases
de
Catecismo
Se pueden inscribir
después de Misa, en la oficina del
Ministerio Hispano
760 436-4366 para más información
De principio a fin todo fue un éxito
Gracias a todas las personas que ayudaron!
Desde el día que se preparo el pollo, varias personas
vinieron a ayudar. Así todo es mas fácil.
Muy especialmente le damos las gracias a
Rafael Navarro
También a: Ciro Sánchez, Marina Zerfas, Susana y
Cesar Varela, Teresa Mora, Consuelo Martínez y a
muchas personas más que ayudaron.
Muchísimas gracias a todas las personas que donaron fruta, arroz, frijoles y salsas. También su tiempo.
LOS GANADORES DE LA RIFA FUERON:
Primer premio de $5,000 Anthony Paolucci
Segundo premio de $2,500 Mark and Pat O’Donnell
Tercer premio de $1,000 Lee Ann Howe y
Cuarto premio de $500 Larry Riehn
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Saint John the Evangelist
Saint John School
August 14, 2016
Religious Education
Pre-school - Grade 8
Principal : Dan Schuh
760 944-8227 or www.saintjohnschool.com
Enroll Today for 2016-2017 Classes!
Classes begin Monday, September 28
For more info, Ann at 760 436-0664
[email protected]
Youth Ministry
New Family Meeting Tuesday (23) at 5:00pm
Ice Cream Social Tuesday (23) at 6:00pm
Back to School Thursday (25)
Parent Registration Meetings for
2016-2017 Classes
Kindergarten
If you’ve been thinking about a Catholic faith-based
Education. We offer an exceptional education opportunity
for your child, with highly professional credentialed
teachers in a small classroom size setting.
Stop in at our School Office or call 760 944-8227
Thursday (25) at 6:15pm, Friday (26) at 6:15pm,
Saturday (27) at 6:15pm,
Sunday (28) at 10:15am, 11:45am,
1:15pm (Sp) and 6:15pm
Tuesday (30) at 6:15pm
For info, Isaac at [email protected]
or pick up a flyer in the Parish Office.
Kindergarten Readiness Program:
“Building the whole child in preparation for kindergarten”
For more info, or to schedule a tour,
Annette Conrad at 760 944-8227 or
[email protected]
Jr. High Faithways
Now registering (2016-2017 )
Classes begin Monday, September 28
For more info, 760 753- 4279
[email protected]
Register today!
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
R.C.I.A
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
Guadalupañas
Holy Name
Knights of Columbus
Marriage Encounter
Saint Vincent de Paul
Seniors
Organizations
Joi Catlin
Blane Adessa
Richard Weston
David Pavnic / Chris Cammack
Jennifer Grethel
Olivia Reynaga
Rick Decker
Pat Connors
Mike and Nancy Reisinger
Sandra Watson
Nettie March
760 470-6316
760 944-0626
760 230-6183
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