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Personalized Service Since 1981
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Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time
Go Away
In this week’s Gospel Reading Jesus
says that some people will come to him
confidently, but he will say to them, “I
don’t know where you are from. Go
away, you evildoers!”
This must be one of the most frightening passages in the Gospels. But if we
get fearful and ask, “OK, then, what do
I have to do in order not to be sent away,” we are on the
wrong track entirely. Just receive the gift, open to the Lord,
let the Holy Spirit of Christ in.
God does not hate anything that he has made; he loves it.
(See John 3:16). So you don’t have to rush out to bring
sandwiches to the poor or do anything else whose purpose is
to work your way into God’s love and forgiveness. The gift
of God’s love and forgiveness are already there for you.
But then why are those people in the Gospel passage sent
away? If the gift is already there, then why don’t these
people get it? Well, no gift can be given unilaterally.
Successful gift-giving takes two: one to offer the gift, and
one to receive it. If you refuse the gift God offers you, the
gift cannot be successfully given, can it?
So maybe the whole problem with these people who are sent
away is their determination to do the right stuff in order to be
part of the in-group. If you want to achieve for yourself what
God is offering as a gift, you are in effect refusing the gift,
aren’t you?
And maybe that’s why Jesus says to these people, “I don’t
know where you are from.” If you accept God’s gift of his
forgiving love, then you are in Christ; and the spirit of Christ
is in you. You don’t have to come from anywhere to him.
You are your beloved’s, and he is yours, as the Song of
Songs says (Song 6:3).
So what you have to do in order not to get sent away is
nothing. Just receive the gift, open to the Lord, let the Holy
Spirit of Christ in. Then you might bring food to the poor, or
write a book, or compose a symphony. But however you
share your gifts, you will do so by first having opened to
God’s love, which is his gift to you.
—Eleonore Stump, Professor of Philosophy, Saint Louis University
Thanks to the Spanish Community
for the Mexican food sale last Sunday
after the Masses. Through your
purchases they raised $727 that was
donated to our Religious Ed program! Thank you!
August 21, 2016
We’ve kicked off our 90-days to
our 90th anniversary...now
what?
We’ve got several events coming
up that we need your help with.
SEPTEMBER
In gratitude for all our blessings
here at St. Didacus, we’ll give back
to our community by helping out at
Fr. Joe’s Villages. On Saturday,
September 17th, St. Didacus is in
charge of serving breakfast at
Fr. Joe’s Villages. Our shift is from 6am-9am. We
have spots for 24 people to help. If you are interested,
please call Cindy at the Parish Office ASAP. Fr. Joe’s
would like us to provide them with a list of those
attending before our scheduled date. There’s also
some paperwork you’ll need to complete here in the
office to be able to attend.
OCTOBER
On a Saturday in October, we’ll need your help here on
the grounds of St. Didacus. We’ll be
spiffing up the place — cleaning, painting, and various odd-jobs needed to put
the sparkling touches on the parish
grounds before we celebrate our feast
day and official 90th anniversary on Sunday,
November 6th.
NOVEMBER
Plan to join us on our parish feast day,
Sunday, November 6th. Bishop McElroy
will be here to celebrate our 10am Mass.
We’ll have a reception in the Parish Hall
following Mass. We’ll cap off the special
day with a potluck at 5pm that will include
lots of great raffle prizes. Mark your calendars now so
you don’t miss it!
Last Call on our 90th
Anniversary t-shirts!
We just have a few left in each
size. They are $10 each. Don’t
let the chance pass you by to
show your parish spirit! Come
by the Parish Office to pick
one up, or give us a call and we can put one aside
for you. Get ‘em while we’ve got ‘em!
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Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time
August 21, 2016
Stewardship—Building up the Community of God
Thank you for using your envelopes!
Our GOAL this year:
ALL parishioners tithing each week using their envelopes!
The Joy of Giving
Amount we need each week to cover parish operating costs: $7,155.00
General Collection, August 14, 2016: $4,575.00
Deficit for the week of August 14, 2016: —$2,580.00
Building Fund—August 14, 2016:
$ 599.00
Our standards in our society are so different from God’s standards. We often rate or rank people by what they have, how
powerful they are, or how successful they are. Jesus reminds us that God will not judge us by the same earthly standards.
Mass Intentions
Saturday………….........August 20
5:00PM………...…...…..†Bart Diaz
Sunday………….....…...August 21
8:30AM……...………….†Maria Ho
10:00AM……….....…….People of St. Didacus
11:30AM...….…....…….†Francisca Garcia
Monday………………...August 22
7:30AM………...……….†Mary Luzar
Tuesday………..…..…..August 23
6:00PM…….….…….….†Carolyn Curiel Hastings
Wednesday…….......….August 24
8:30AM…..………....….†Leah Knaak
Thursday………...…….August 25
7:30AM……………..…..†Christine Zuanich
Friday…………...……...August 26
7:30AM...………….…....†Mary Soltero
Saturday………….........August 27
5:00PM………...…...…..†Jean Ottenad
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, August 21, 2016
Monday, August 22, 2016
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Youth Night
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
First Day of School
Finance Council
Thursday, August 25, 2016
RCIA Team Meeting
Friday, August 26, 2016
Saturday, August 27, 2016
Spanish Lector Workshop
Eucharistic Adoration
Location
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6:30pm
Hall
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7:30am-8:30am Church
7:00pm
Hall
Location
7:00pm
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10:00am-noon Hall
3:30pm-5:00pm Church
Keep the joy of loving God in your heart and share
this joy with all you meet especially your family.
— Bl. Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Welcome to St. Didacus Parish!
Masses
Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday 8:30am & 10:00am English
11:30am in Spanish
Daily Mass
Mon., Thurs., Fri. 7:30am
Wednesday 8:30am & Tues. 6:00pm
Eucharistic Adoration
Wed. 7:30am—8:30am / Saturday 3:30pm—5:00pm
First Fridays 8:00am—9:00am
Confessions—Saturdays 3:30pm or by appt.
Baptisms: 1st Saturday of each month. Arrangements must be made 3 months in advance. Contact the
Parish Office for information.
Weddings: Arrangements must be made at least 9
months in advance. Please contact the Parish Office.
Pastor, Rev. Michael J. Sinor
The Parish Office is open 8am-noon, 1-5pm M-F 619-284-3472
Rosalba Alarcon
Maria Luz Arrellano
Diann Bauer
Dan Bauer
Herbert Baxter
Robert Bayles
Jessica Becerra
Martha Becerra
Rita Bonnell
Norm Boyer
Herminia Brignoni
Ibeth Brignoni
Ruben Campos
Gail Cedercrans
Joana Cisneros
Cecil Crews
Aaron Damishia
Irene Davis
MaryLou De Luca
Pauline Dease
Bob Demers
Cecelia Dueber
Mary Farrell
Santiago Fontes
Susan Guenzel
Dolores Hansel
Cam Ihle
Marilyn Kober
Elizabeth La Costa
Virginia Lantry
Juanita Lopez
Maria Lopez
David Lujan
Marlene S. Magers
Anthony Martinez
Rosalie Martinez
Claire Meighan
Terrence McCabe
Trish McCutcheon
Emma McPherson
Dolores Mediano
Vernon Meyers
Dominick Palestini
Gladys Palestini
Lupita Plascencia
Diane Porter
Matthew Rau
Antonia Raya
Dolores Robertson
Atina Rodriguez
Aaron Rodriguez
Alette Rodriguez
Jeff Salazar
Christine Segura
Mark Silke
Michael Smith
Gerri Strachan
Angel Tapia
Pedro Tapia
Merida Tirado
Therese Tucker
Carol Verdon
The Webb Family
Jason Williamson
Joan Williamson
Adalina Zarate
Josephine
And the special intentions
in our Book of Needs
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Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
284-8730
WELCOME BACK!
We welcome back
our students for a
new school year on
Wednesday, August
24th. We are
looking forward to
gathering together
again as a school
community. Please
keep our students, teachers and staff in your
prayers this week.
Prayer to Begin the School Year
God of wisdom and might,
we praise you for the wonder of our being,
for mind, body and spirit.
Be with our children as they begin
a new school year.
Bless them and their teachers and staff.
Give them strength and grace as their bodies grow;
wisdom and knowledge to their minds
as they search for understanding;
and peace and zeal to their hearts.
We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
BILINGUAL PILGRIMAGE
You are invited to join
Fr. Emmet Farrell on a 12day trip to Fatima, Portugal
and the major sites of
Spain. This trip includes:
round trip ticket, 10 nights
in a hotel, 2 meals each day,
tour bus and BILINGUAL guide,
entrance to sites, most tips, and Mass in
important places and dates. The trip
will take place from June 6, 2017—
June 17, 2017. For more details, pick
up a brochure in the Parish Office or
call Fr. Emmet at 619-419-8345 or
email him at [email protected]
August 21, 2016
Becoming Catholic
The formation of the individual
starts with the community. The
Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults (RCIA) is a process of
discernment and formation for adults interested in
exploring the possibility of becoming Catholic. It
is open to those who are unbaptized, or baptized
Christians, or to baptized Catholics seeking to
complete their Sacraments in the Catholic
Church. Classes are on Thursday evenings at 7pm
and begin in September. For more information,
please contact Elena Platas in the Parish Office.
Classes begin on Thursday, September 1st at
7PM in the Parish Hall.
Register NOW for Religious Education &
Confirmation. Religious Ed starts Wednesday,
September 14th at 5:30pm at the School.
Corporal Works of Mercy
“Giving drink to the thirsty.”
During the summer months
we’ve turned our attention to
giving drink to the thirsty here at
our parish and in the larger community. Thank you for
your donations of water bottles, Gatorade and
protein drinks. Your drinks have been a blessing to
those in need of a cool drink during these hot
summer months!
During the months of July and August we’ve also
collected infant formula for Catholic Charities Pregnancy and Adoption Services along with Birthline of
San Diego. We’re coming to the end of the month, so
please bring donations of drinks and infant formula to
the Parish Office, or leave them in the basket at the
entrance of the Church by August 31st. Thank you!
Readings for the Week of August 21, 2016
Sun:
Is 66:18-21/Ps 117:1-2/Heb 12:5-7, 11-13/Lk 13:22-30
Mon: 2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12/Ps 96:1-5/Mt 23:13-22
Tue:
2 Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17/Ps 96:10-13/Mt 23:23-26
Wed: Rv 21:9b-14/Ps 145:10-13, 17-18/Jn 1:45-51
Thu:
1 Cor 1:1-9/Ps 145:2-7/Mt 24:42-51
Fri:
1 Cor 1:17-25/Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 10-11/Mt 25:1-13
Sat:
1 Cor 1:26-31/Ps 33:12-13, 18-21/Mt 25:14-30
Next Sunday:
Sir 3:17-18, 20, 28-29/Ps 68:4-7, 10-11/
Heb 12:18-19, 22-24a/Lk 14:1, 7-14
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Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time
Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta
canonization is September 4th.
The date chosen for her canonization
is the eve of the 19th anniversary of
her death and the date previously
established at the Vatican for the
conclusion of the Year of Mercy
pilgrimage of people like her who are
engaged in works of mercy.
Mother Teresa was widely known as a living saint as she
ministered to the sick and the dying in some of the poorest
neighborhoods in the world. Her simple service touched the
hearts of millions of people of all faiths.
Born to an ethnic Albanian family in Skopje, in what is now
part of Macedonia, she went to India in 1929 as a Sister of
Loreto and became an Indian citizen in 1947. She founded
the Missionaries of Charity in 1950.
Shortly after she died in 1997, St. John Paul II waived the
usual five-year waiting period and allowed the opening of
the process to declare her sainthood. She was beatified in
2003.
Kid’s Corner
The Queenship of Mary
Monday, August 22nd
This is a royal day—the feast of the Queenship of
Mary! To celebrate Jesus’ Mother, Mary, as the
Queen of heaven, say a rosary today — or a Hail
Mary. Then think about how wonderful it is that all
of Jesus’ friends will someday be with him in
heaven. Are you a friend of Jesus?
August 21, 2016
The Narrow Gate
Jesus, in today’s Gospel, shares the
vision of Isaiah in the first reading.
Both look to a day when Jews and
Gentiles from all the nations, “from
the east and the west and from the
north and the south” (Lk 13:29) will
come to share the bounty of God’s
kingdom. Jesus’ parable makes it
clear that not all will be admitted to the table in God’s
kingdom, however. In context, they will be shut out who
have put off for too long the discipline of the narrow
gate, the same discipline that Hebrews says, seems at
the time “a cause not for joy but for pain, yet later it
brings the peaceful fruit of righteousness (12:11).
Jesus’ words in today’s Gospel are spoken in answer to
a common enough question: “Will only a few people be
saved? (Lk 13:23). Typically, refusing to speculate,
Jesus turns the question into a direct command. “Strive
to enter through the narrow gate,” he says (v. 24). It is
tempting to speculate about who will or will not be
saved. But it is more important, today’s readings tell us,
to submit to the discipline of the narrow gate that leads
to the banquet of God’s kingdom. Then and only then
will we be ready, as the responsorial psalm puts it, to
“go out to all the world and tell the Good News.”
—Word of Life
What is HUMAN TRAFFICKING?
What’s being done about it?
What can you do to help?
Social Action Committee invites you to
Save the Date for their event
Saturday, October 15, 2016 - Time 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá
In California Room behind Mission in the lower level of
the St. Francis Center. This is a free informational event.
Come and learn more about this issue. Parking is free
and light refreshments will be provided.
On the Cover: Damascus (Shechem) Gate: Bab Al Amoud gate
in Old Jerusalem. In its current form, the gate was built in 1537
under the rule of Suleiman the Magnificent, the Sultan of the
Ottoman Empire. Beneath the current gate, the remains of an earlier
gate can be seen, dating back to at least the time of the Roman
Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century CE. One of eight gates remade
in the 10th century, Damascus Gate is the only one to have
preserved the same name (i.e. Bab al-Amud) in modern times.
The Crusaders called it St. Stephen's Gate (in Latin, Porta Sancti
Stephani), highlighting its proximity to the site of martyrdom of Saint
Stephen which has been marked since the time of Empress Eudocia
by a church and monastery.
Pagina 6
XXI Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Cuaresma
La brisa y el abrigo
En cierta ocasión hicieron una
apuesta el agua, el viento y la brisa. El juego consistía en comprobar quién era el más
hábil para que, un señor que caminaba todos los días por una calle, se quitara su valioso abrigo.
El viento, impetuoso, contestó: ¡yo seré quien lo
consiga! Cogió fuerza y sopló sobre aquel señor que se
paseaba con su flamante abrigo. Éste, al sentir el aire,
agarró fuertemente con sus manos el abrigo para que
no se lo llevara aquella corriente traicionera.
Al día siguiente le tocó el turno al agua. Pensó;
si descargo con furia sobre este señor, no le quedará
otro remedio que desprenderse del abrigo si no quiere
estropearlo. Y así fue. Comenzó a llover con intensidad.
Pero, el señor del abrigo, sacó un paraguas de un bolsillo y además logró cobijarse en unos porches a tiempo.
No muchos días después, entre sonrisas y burlas,
le tocó el turno a la brisa. Ésta era humilde, constante
en aquello que se proponía y no solía maltratar a nadie.
Cuando se dio cuenta de que, aquel señor, pasaba por
la calle….comenzó a ser lo que siempre quiso ser: suave
brisa con un poco de calor. El señor al sentir la presencia de una brisa tan agradable se dijo: “qué bien se va
por esta calle”. Y se quitó el valioso abrigo.
Así es la oración que quiere Jesús. Confiada y
suave. Constante y persistente. El Señor, que no se deja
ganar en generosidad, nos da todo aquello que le pedimos con una condición: que lo hagamos con delicadeza,
a tiempo y destiempo pero con amor. Como la brisa lo
hizo con el abrigo de aquel paseante. Y, el Señor, nos
abriga con su mano, con su paz y con su presencia. Se
desprende de todo lo que haga falta…cuando lo pedimos con humildad y cariño.
El Señor de la Misericordia Peregrino, te
invita a estar en tu casa por una semana,
para mas información habla con María
Mendoza después de misa.
Registraciones para el Catecismo y la Confirmación.
El domingo 28 de agosto es el ultimo día para
inscribir a sus hijos, hágalo antes de que se termine.
M U C H A S
G R A C I A S
Muchas gracias a todos los que hicieron posible la
venta de comida mexicana la semana pasada, se
recaudo $727.00 para ayudar a nuestra iglesia.
21 de agosto, 2016
REUNION de LECTORES
Sábado 27 Agosto
10—12 PM SALON PARROQUIAL
Esperamos contar con
la presencia de todos
los lectores de la misa
de español, esta reunión nos ayudara mucho en nuestro ministerio como lectores.
Habrá un refrigerio.
Preparemos nuestro
90° Aniversario
Tendremos varios eventos y
necesitaremos su ayuda:
SEPTIEMBRE
En agradecimiento por todas las
bendiciones aquí en San Didacus,
vamos a
ayudar a servir
desayunos a los que no tienen
casa en P. Joe Village. El 17 de
septiembre, nuestro turno es de
6 AM -9AM. Tenemos apuntadas a 24 personas
para ayudar. Si usted está interesado, por favor llame a la oficina parroquial lo antes posible. Al P. Joe le gustaría tener la lista de los
asistentes en la 1ª semana de septiembre.
También hay unos papeles que necesita completar en la oficina para poder asistir.
OCTUBRE
Un sábado de octubre, necesitaremos su ayuda aquí en la
iglesia de San Didacus, vamos a
limpiar, pintar, y haremos varios trabajitos necesarios para
dar los toques brillantes en la parroquia antes
de la gran celebrar del 90 Aniversario oficial
el domingo 6 de noviembre.
NOVIEMBRE
Nuestra fiesta parroquial será
el domingo 6 de noviembre.
El Obispo McElroy celebrara la
misa de 10 AM. Y tendremos
una recepción en el salón parroquial después de esta misa,
y coronaremos este día especial con una cena compartida a las 5 PM, con
muchos premios y rifas. Marque su calendario desde ahora para que no se lo pierdan.
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