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September 13, 2015
Saint Charles Parish
South San Diego/ Imperial Beach
990 Saturn Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92154
Phone:
(619) 423-0242
Fax: 423-1966
South San Diego/ Imperial Beach
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday
& 12:30-5:00PM
9908:30AM-12:00PM
Saturn Boulevard
Friday
San Diego, CA 92154
8:30AM-12:00PM & 12:30-4:00PM
Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 13, 2015
“The Lord God is my help,
therefore I am not disgraced.”
Phone: (619) 423-0242
Fax: 423-1966
Web Site:
http://www.saintcharles.org
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday
Bishop:8:30AM-12:00PM
Most Rev.&Cirilo
Flores
12:30-5:00PM
Pastor:
Fr.
James
Bahash
Friday
8:30AM-12:00PM
& 12:30-4:00PM
Assoc. Pastor:
Fr. Burt Boudoin
Deacons:
Web
Site:
— Isaiah 50:7
May 11, 2014
Saturday:
Sunday:
MASS
SCHEDULE
Fourth
Sunday
of Easter (A)
8:00 AM & 5:00 PM (Vigil Mass)
7:00, 8:30, 10:00 AM,
11:30
AMSCHEDULE
(Spanish),
MASS
1:00 & 5:00 PM
Saturday:
8:00 AM
AM &
& 5:30PM
5:00 PM (Vigil Mass)
Weekdays:
7:30
Sunday:
7:00,PM
8:30, 10:00 AM,
Holy
Days:
5:30
11:30 AM (Spanish),
1:00 & 5:00 PM
Weekdays:
7:30 AMDEVOTIONS
& 5:30PM
Monday-Friday: Liturgy of the Hours
Holy Days:
5:30
PM
(Morning Prayer 7:00AM;
Seodello
(Sam) Martinez 429-3580
http://www.saintcharles.org
Mick
Dennison
429-0716
Pastor:
Fr. James
Bahash
575-1914
Assoc. Pastor: Ken
Fr. Montoya
Burt Boudoin
Raul Hernandez
423-0242
Bob Barretto
423-0242
Deacons:
SeodelloDavid
(Sam)Lewis
Martinez 429-3580
423-0242
Mick Dennison
429-0716
Ken Montoya
575-1914
Raul Hernandez
423-0242
David Lewis
423-0242
Saint Charles School: Steve Stutz, Principal 423-3701
Saint Charles
Catholic School:
www.saintcharlesschool.com
Sylvia Benning, Principal 423-3701
SaintSaint
Charles
Catechetical
575-2240
Charles
Catholic Center:
Preschool:
Oralia Puga, Director
423-0784
DEVOTIONS
Evening
Prayer 5:00PM)
www.saintcharlesschool.com
Alicia
Policarpio,
Director
Tuesday:
the Blessed
Mother
after 7:30
AM Mass.
Monday-Friday: To
Liturgy
of the Hours
(Morning
Prayer
Reyna Sanchez, Administrative Assistant
1st Friday:
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after
7:00AM;
Evening
Prayer
5:00PM)
Saint Charles Catechetical Center:
575-2240
7:30
AM Mass
until
5:00 PM
Benediction.
Marci Morrison, Youth and Young Adult Ministries
Alicia
Policarpio,
Director
Tuesday: To the Blessed
Mother
after
Grupo de
Oración
at 7:30
7:00 AM
PM.Mass.
Reyna Sanchez, Administrative Assistant
1st Saturday:
To Our
Lady
of Fatima
after 8:00
AM Mass
Friday: Adoration
of the
Blessed
Sacrament
after
PARISH
RELATED
GROUPS
& MINISTRIES
Marci
Morrison, Youth
and Young
Adult Ministries
7:30 AM Mass until 5:00 PM Benediction.
Grupo de Oración at 7:00 PM.
For
more information
please
go to
PARISH
RELATED
GROUPS
RECONCILIATION
(CONFESSIONS)
http://www.saintcharles.org
1st Saturday: To Our Lady of Fatima
after 8:00 AM Mass
& MINISTRIES
Saturday: 3:30 - 4:30 PM & other days by appointment
RECONCILIATION (CONFESSIONS)
For more information please go to
http://www.saintcharles.org
Saturday: 3:30 - 4:30 PM & other days by appointment
BAPTISM
OFFICE STAFF
BAPTISM
Contact the Parish Office.
Pre-baptismal classes are required for
OFFICE STAFF
Lulu Corp
Secretary
Parents
and
Godparents.
Contact the Parish Office. Pre-baptismal classes are
Lulu
Corp
Secretary
Fabiola
Gonzalez
Secretary
& Bulletin Editor
required for Parents and Godparents.
Fabiola
Gonzalez
Secretary
& Bulletin
Editor
Elvigia Habana
Financial & Resource
Analyst
MARRIAGE
MARRIAGE
Elvigia
Habana
Financial
&
Resource
Contact the Parish office. Nine-month notice required.
Veronica Kuehn
Office & Facilities ManagerAnalyst
Contact the Parish office. Nine-month notice required.
Veronica Kuehn
Office Manager
Saint Charles Parish
San Diego / Imperial Beach
Page Two
From the Pastor
Early in his pontificate, Pope Francis likened the Church to a field hospital. He said, “I can clearly
see that what the Church needs today is the ability to heal wounds and warm the hearts of faithful, it
needs to be by their side. I see the Church as a field hospital after a battle. It’s pointless to ask a seriously injured patient whether his cholesterol or blood sugar levels are high! It’s his wounds that need
to be healed. The rest we can talk about later. Now we must think about treating those wounds.”
If I might be so bold, I would also add that the Church is not just a field hospital but also a school, a
boot camp, a weight loss center, a sanitarium, a bridal chamber, a fine restaurant, and at times, even a
psych ward. In short, the Church, like St. Paul, is “all things to all people”. This is why the Church is
known as “Catholic”. It’s a Greek word that means “Universal”. It is everywhere in this world where
a Christian lives and all are invited to be part of it. When you come to Mass and look around at the
other congregants you’ll not find two who are alike. Everybody comes with his or her own gifts, talents, and flaws. And when it comes to flaws, everybody has something. The person next to you
might be struggling with an addiction, cancer, self-hatred, pride, habitual sin, etc. Everybody has
something with which they struggle at times. It’s part of our fallen human nature. And as glorious as
the Church will be in Heaven, on earth it is full of broken people in need of help, support, and above
all, love.
As bleak as weaknesses of the members of the Church may seem there is great hope in these struggles
and crosses. Jesus himself says in the gospel reading today, “Whoever wishes to come after me must
deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but
whoever loses his life for my sake and that of the gospel will save it.” Carrying our crosses affords us
a tremendous opportunity to grow in holiness and sanctity. When we consciously unite them to the
cross of Jesus which brought us salvation they can become life-giving.
I’ll leave you with this. When coming across a flawed (sometimes broken) brother or sister in Christ
don’t give him or her the cold shoulder because they are troublesome or irritating. The sin we can
judge but not the sinner. It’s time we heed Jesus’ rebuke of St. Peter and begin to think with the mind
of Christ, “Get behind me, Satan. You are thinking not as God does, but as human beings do.” God
loves each of us perfectly, intensely, and infinitely. Our task is to do our best to imitate His love. If
you know the faults of your neighbor don’t judge, rather be that Simon of Cyrene and help him carry
that cross. Tell him of the reason for our hope and help him or her in the work of conversion. Once
the eternal life threatening wounds are addressed and start to heal we can work on the little things.
Together. Brothers and sisters as God means for us to be.
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Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
MASS INTENTIONS
SEPTEMBER 13-19
SUN 13 7:00AM For the living and deceased members of
the Holy Name Society
7:00AM Souls in purgatory of the Javier, Day &
Lasquete Families
8:30AM +Telesforo Coronel Jr
8:30AM +Amado Almanza
10:00AM Happy Birthday Frida Dimalanta
10:00AM +Santiago C. Pegollo
11:30AM Asociacion de Guadalupanas
11:30AM Happy Birthday Larissa Vanessa Sevilla
1:00PM For the Intentions of Our Parishioners
1:00PM +Veridiana F. Tomada
5:00PM +Cezar D. & Rosa Gavino
5:00PM +Marcelino T. Malixi
MON 14 7:30AM +Jim Gates
7:30AM +Angel & Francisca Hernais
5:30PM Happy Birthday Abigail D. Gloria
5:30PM +Rudolf & Isabel Ramac
TUE 15 7:30AM +Telesforo Coronel Jr.
7:30AM +Carolino, Patria, & Lauro Bada
5:30PM +Percy Marshall
5:30PM All Souls in purgatory
WED 16 7:30AM +Martin Kosmicki
7:30AM Happy Birthday Ana Dilan
5:30PM +Paula S. Javier
5:30PM +Eloisa Carlos
THU 17 7:30AM Thanksgiving Nemesia Saje
7:30AM +Rosalina Abaya and Frederico Tan
5:30PM Happy 1st. Birthday Aidan Diosa
5:30PM +Regina Delacruz
FRI 18 7:30AM +Esperanza Arceo
7:30AM +Cirilo Romero
5:30PM Happy Birthday John Dompor
5:30PM Happy Birthday Mandy Dilan
SAT 19 8:00AM St. Charles Rosary Makers
8:00AM +Sally Almanza
5:00PM +Bessie Mozo
5:00PM Happy Birthday Christine Dimalanta
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Nm 21:4b-9; Ps 78:1bc-2, 34-38;
Phil 2:6-11; Jn 3:13-17
Tuesday:
1 Tm 3:1-13; Ps 101:1b-3ab, 5-6;
Jn 19:25-27 or Lk 2:33-35
Wednesday: 1 Tm 3:14-16; Ps 111:1-6; Lk 7:31-35
Thursday:
1 Tm 4:12-16; Ps 111:7-10; Lk 7:36-50
Friday:
1 Tm 6:2c-12; Ps 49:6-10, 17-20; Lk 8:1-3
Saturday:
1 Tm 6:13-16; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 8:4-15
Sunday:
Wis 2:12, 17-20; Ps 54:3-8; Jas 3:16 — 4:3;
Mk 9:30-37
September 13, 2015
Our Parishioners in Poor Health;
Peggy & Victor Stewart, Ken Blinsnan, Jeff Brown,
Luis Enrique Luna, Mary Crist, Jennifer Slater, Debbie Warner, Gloria Rincon, Silvia Ritualo-Peregrino,
Liberata Dela Cruz, Fred Hines, Angelo Tirado, Jennifer Alvarez, Francisco Gonzalez, Emma McGurk,
Adrian dela Rea, Armaan Dhillon, Lynn May, Roger Agaton, William Blake, Maria Gallaga, Kristal Wood, Matteo Delgado, Conchita Legaspi, Ladislao Toledo, Emiliano Ritua, Nazareth Suarez,
Elaine & Bill Stoke, Paul Odermatt, Francis Dompor, Edna Diamante, Leigh Ann Bernardino, Lily Miranda, Virginia Sapida, Luz
Garcia, Albert & Maria Rodriguez, Ann (Punkie) Lever, Ana
Louise Sanchez, Lenny Barrios, Gwen Kosmicki, Julito Dompor,
Salvador Valencia, Milo Mayor, Mark Tumbaga, Rosellie
McCarthy, Rebecca McCarthy, Theresa Hackett, Lita Jotie,
Amparo Mangampat, Annie B. Loyola, Sarah R. Fant, Stephanie
Colter, Honoria Taladiar, Linda Aunzo, and Tim Sandidge.
A Prayer for Priests
+Lord Jesus, we your people pray to You
for our priests. You have given them to us
for OUR needs. We pray for them in THEIR
needs.
We know that You have made them priests
in the likeness of your own priesthood. You
have consecrated them, set them aside,
anointed them, filled them with the Holy
Spirit, appointed them to teach, to preach, to
minister, to console, to forgive, and to feed
us with Your Body and Blood.
Yet we know, too, that they are one with us
and share our human weaknesses. We know
too that they are tempted to sin and discouragement as are we, needing to be ministered
to, as do we, to be consoled and forgiven, as
do we. Indeed, we thank You for choosing
them from among us, so that they understand us as we understand them, suffer with
us and rejoice with us, worry with us and
trust with us, share our beings, our lives, our
faith.
We ask that You give them this day the gift
You gave Your chosen ones on the way to
Emmaus: Your presence in their hearts,
Your holiness in their souls, Your joy in
their spirits. And let them see You face to
face in the breaking of the Eucharistic
bread.
We pray to You, O Lord, through Mary the
mother of all priests, for Your priests and
for ours. Amen.
Saint Charles Parish
San Diego / Imperial Beach
St. Charles Catholic School
Please mark your calendars! September 20th is a
BIG day for our Parish and School community.
On this very special Catechetical Sunday we invite your to join our school community for a free BBQ picnic on school campus. We invite you to join us on September 20th from 11:00am to 1:30pm. Please see the enclosed
bulletin insert for details
Also on Sunday, September 20, FIAT (Faith, Innovation,
Academics, Team) representatives will have an information
table set up outside on the west patio of the church. This is a
very exciting time for catholic schools. Please look for a
letter and brochures explaining the importance of this FIAT
consortium which is a collaboration of eleven parishes, five
great elementary catholic schools and a local prestigious
catholic high school. Their goal is to make it possible for
more students to attend Catholic School. Please feel free to
stop by the tables for pick up information or ask questions.
Please join us for the annual Sr. Elizabeth Spaghetti Fiesta
that will be held this Saturday, October 3rd. Proceeds will
help offset costs for this year’s Sixth Grade Camp as well as
future Sixth Grade Camps. Come and enjoy a scrumptious
Spaghetti Dinner prepared by our Knights of Columbus.
Join us at our Parish Hall for Social Hour from 5pm to 6pm
followed by dinner 6pm to 8pm. Bring your dancing shoes
because the dance starts at 8pm and ends at 11pm. Adults
$12.00 each Children $6.00. Tickets are available in the
Parish Office.
The DMI will host the bake sale today at the West
Patio. Bond with fellow parishioners over a cup of
coffee, delicious baked goods and other delicious
foods. The Visitadores por Cristo will host the
Bake Sale, Sunday, September 20, 2015 at the
West Patio.
Saint Charles Caritas will be on Sept. 19 & 20 .
100% of your donations will be used to buy basic
food, basic necessities for 9 charities. Please see
the nuns on Sunday at all exit doors and volunteers on two 5pm masses. We would like to ask
for toiletries such as bars of soap, shampoos, razors and t-shirts. Thank you so much for your
generosity.
SAVE the DATE!!! Our 2015 Parish Mission is scheduled on October 17-20, 2015.
Our theme is, “The Joy of God’s Mercy“, in
line with the Jubilee of Mercy announced by
Pope Francis. The presenter will be Fr. John
Hurley, a leader in evangelization for over 35
years. Everyone is invited to attend this parish-sponsored
event. Bring the whole family, relatives and friends.
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CATECHETICAL CENTER
School Year 2014-2015
619-575-2240
www.saintcharles.org
REGISTRATION & OFFICE HOURS
Registration for children, and youth is now CLOSED. We
are still accepting applications for the RCIA and the Adult
Confirmation sessions.
Our office hours are on Mondays thru Thursdays from
9:00am to 5:00pm, and on Fridays from 9:00am to 4:00pm.
For questions, please contact the Catechetical Ministry Center at 619-575-2240 or check the Parish website at www/
saintcharles.org/Catechetical Center.
HEAVEN
Series #2 of classic talks by Mother Angelica, founder of
EWTN TV & radio via video, Sundays from 2pm
- 4pm at the parish hall presented by WWSG &
Friends. You are all invited at No costs.
•
•
Sept. 27 — Series #3
Oct. 11 — Series #4
Mother Angelica can share with us the answers to some of
our questions.
The Monday morning bible study group meets
weekly in the chapel of the St. Charles Retreat
Center. On September 21, 2015, we will begin
our journey through the “Acts of the Apostles”.
Each session commences at 9:00 A.M. and lasts
between 60 and 90 minutes. We invite you to join us. For
additional information please contact Deacon Ken Montoya
at (619) 575-1914.
Capital Campaign update!
Thanks to the generosity of 652 families, we have
received pledges totaling $1,279,130 - that's an
average pledge of $49/month over 40 months.
We are 79.9% of the way to our $1.6 million goal, so keep
those pledge envelopes coming! To schedule online contributions using your checking, savings or credit card, visit
www.SaintCharles.org. If you have any questions, please
contact Veronica at the Parish Office (619) 423-0242.
Collection Report for September 6, 2015 $ 19,657.68
May God bless you more for your sacrificial gift and ever
generous support of St. Charles Parish.
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Vigésimo Cuarto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
13 de Septiembre de 2015
Del Pastor
Al principio de su pontificado, el Papa Francisco comparó la Iglesia a un hospital de campo. El dijo, "Puedo
ver claramente que lo que la Iglesia necesita hoy es la capacidad de sanar las heridas y calentar el corazón de
los fieles, necesita estar a su lado. Veo a la Iglesia como un hospital de campo después de una batalla. Es inútil
preguntarle a un paciente seriamente herido si su colesterol o los niveles de azúcar en la sangre están altos.
Son sus heridas las que necesitan ser sanadas. Del resto podemos hablar más adelante. Ahora debemos pensar
en el hecho de tratar las heridas."
Si pudiera ser un poco atrevido, yo quisiera añadir, además, que la Iglesia no es sólo un hospital de campo
también una escuela, un boot camp, un centro de adelgazamiento, un sanatorio, una cámara nupcial, un excelente restaurante y, a veces, incluso un manicomio. En resumen, la Iglesia, como San Pablo, es "todo para todos". Este es el motivo por el cual la Iglesia es conocida como "Católica". Es una palabra griega que significa "Universal". Está en todas partes en este mundo donde vive un cristiano y todos están invitados a ser parte
de ella. Cuando usted venga a la Misa y mire a su alrededor a los demás creyentes, no encontrará dos que son
iguales. Todos vienen con sus propios dones, talentos y defectos. Y cuando se trata de fallas, todo el mundo
tiene algo. La persona que está a su lado podría estar luchando con una adicción, cáncer, odio, orgullo, pecado
habitual, etc. Todos tiene algo con que a veces luchan. Es parte de nuestra naturaleza humana caída. Y tan gloriosa como la Iglesia será en el cielo, en la tierra está llena de personas que necesitan ayuda, apoyo y sobre
todo, amor.
Tan sombrío como las debilidades de los miembros de la Iglesia pueden parecer, hay una gran esperanza en
estas luchas y cruces. Jesús mismo nos dice en el evangelio de hoy, "El que quiera venir conmigo, que renuncie a sí mismo, que cargue con su cruz y que me siga. Pues el que quiera salvar su vida, la perderá, pero el que
pierda su vida por mí y por el Evangelio, la salvará." Cargar con nuestras cruces nos brinda una gran oportunidad para crecer en la santidad y santificación. Cuando conscientemente la unimos a la cruz de Jesús, la cual
nos trajo salvación pueden convertirse en vida.
Los dejo con esto. Cuando se encuentra con un deficiente (a veces quebrado) hermano o hermana en Cristo no
le den la espalda porque son problemáticos o irritantes. El pecado lo podemos juzgar pero no al pecador. Es
hora de que escuchen la reprensión de Jesús a San Pedro y comienzen a pensar con la mente de Cristo, "Vete
de mí, Satanás. Usted está pensando no como Dios, sino como seres humanos." Dios ama a cada uno de nosotros perfectamente, intensamente, infinitamente. Nuestra tarea es hacer nuestro mejor esfuerzo para imitar Su
amor. Si usted conoce las faltas de tu vecino no lo juzgue, más bien sea Simón de Cirene y ayúdele a cargar
esa cruz. Díganle la razón de nuestra esperanza, y ayúdele a que él o ella en su obra a la conversión. Una vez
que las heridas que amenazan la vida eterna son tratadas y empiezan a sanar, podemos trabajar en las cosas
pequeñas. Juntos. Hermanos y hermanas, como Dios desea ser para nosotros.
Saint Charles Parish
San Diego / Imperial Beach
“ El Señor me ayuda,
Por eso no quedare confundido.”
— Isaías 50:7
El Grupo de DMI tendrán venta de Pastelitos y
comida HOY en el Patio. Los Visitadores por
Cristo tendrán venta el próximo domingo 20 de
Septiembre del 2015, en el Patio.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Nm 21:4b-9; Sal 78 (77):1bc-2, 34-38;
Fil 2:6-11; Jn 3:13-17
Martes:
1 Tm 3:1-13; Sal 101 (100):1b-3ab, 5-6;
Jn 19:25-27 o Lc 2:33-35
Miércoles: 1 Tm 3:14-16; Sal 111 (110):1-6; Lc 7:31-35
Jueves:
1 Tm 4:12-16; Sal 111 (110):7-10; Lc 7:36-50
Viernes: 1 Tm 6:2c-12; Sal 49 (48):6-10, 17-20;
Lc 8:1-3
Sábado: 1 Tm 6:13-16; Sal 100 (99):1b-5; Lc 8:4-15
Domingo: Sab 2:12, 17-20; Sal 54 (53):3-8;
Stgo 3:16 — 4:3; Mc 9:30-37
CLASES GRATUITAS:
Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL)
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CENTRO CATEQUETICO
Año Escolar 2014-2015
619-575-2240
www.saintcharles.org
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN y DE OFICINA
La inscripción para niños, y jóvenes ya está cerrado. Todavía estamos aceptando aplicaciones para el RICA y de clases
de Confirmación para adulto.
Nuestro horario de oficina es de Lunes a Jueves de 9:00am a
5:00pm, y los viernes de 9:00am a 4:00pm.
En caso de preguntas, por favor, póngase en contacto con el
Centro de Ministerio Catequético 619-575-2240 o visite el
sitio web Parroquial en www/saintcharles.org/Catechetical
Centro.
El próximo fin de Semana será Día de Caritas
de San Carlos 19 y 20 de Septiembre. 100% De
sus donaciones se utilizarán para comprar alimentos básicos y necesidades básicas. Las Hermanas
estarán en las puertas de salida el domingo y los
voluntarios en las dos Misas de las 5:00pm. Necesitamos, barras de jabón, champú, desodorante, rastrillos
para rasurarse y camisetas nuevas de colores. Gracias, Señor
Jesucristo por todos los donantes y voluntarios.
La Parroquia de San Carlos les ofrece una clase de inglés en
colaboración con la Academia Mater Dei Juan Diego. Se
llevara acabo en el Centro de Pastoral Catequético en el
salón de la biblioteca, todos los lunes y miércoles de 6:15 a
8:15PM a partir del 14 de septiembre, 2015, al 30 de junio,
2016. Para obtener más información, por favor llame al 619622-5711 o 619-575-2240.
ESCUELA DE SAN CARLOS
Nos gustaría invitarlo a acompañarnos al BBQ
picnic de la Parroquia/Escuela, el 20 septiembre de
11:00am a 1:00pm. Habrá deliciosas hamburguesas, perros calientes y divertidos juegos para los
niños. Nos vemos allí!
Acompañe son para la Fiesta Anual de Espagueti de la Hermana Elizabeth, que se llevará a cabo el sábado, 3 octubre.
El monto recaudado se destinará a sufragar los gastos para
el Campamento de sexto grado de este año, así como para
los futuros campos de sexto grado. Venga y disfrute de una
deliciosa cena de espagueti preparado por nuestros Caballeros de Colón. Únase a nosotros en el salón parroquial para el
Happy Hour de 5:00-6:00pm seguido de una cena 6:008:00pm. Traiga sus zapatos de baile porque el baile comienza a las 8:00pm y se termina a las 11 de la noche. Adultos
$12.00 niños $6.00 cada uno.
¡Actualización de la Campaña Capital!
Gracias a la generosidad de 652 familias,
hemos recibido compromisos que totalizan
$1,279,130 que es un compromiso promedio
de $49/mes por 40 meses. ¡Estamos al 79.9% de la meta
de $1.6 millones del objetivo. Para programar contribuciones en línea utilizando su cuenta de cheques, de ahorro o tarjeta de crédito, visite www.SaintCharles.org. Si
tiene alguna pregunta, por favor contacte a Verónica
Kuehn en la Oficina Parroquial (619) 423-0242.
Colecta del 6 de Septiembre, 2015 $ 19,657.68
Que Dios los bendiga por sus generosas ofrendas y su eterna
generosidad para la Parroquia de San Carlos.