You are invited to Father Mike`s 25th Anniversary Celebration

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You are invited to Father Mike`s 25th Anniversary Celebration
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The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mission Appeal
This Weekend
Our Holy Father, Pope
Francis has indicated that
encouraging acts of
charity is one of the main
focuses of his pontificate.
As a concrete act of
solidarity, we invite you
to see the world as the
Pope does—through the
eyes of those struggling to
make ends meet on a
daily basis. Modeling the
Pope’s love for the “least
among us” and moving
forward on our call to love our neighbor, we invite
you to participate in our diocese’s Summer
Mission Appeal.
This weekend we are pleased to welcome our
friend, Fr. Tony Stanonik, to share his story of life
as a missionary priest in Nicaragua. We are all
called to support missionaries in their works of
evangelization and loving service. The proceeds
from our mission appeal will be used to directly
support Fr. Tony and the people he serves in
Nicaragua. Your generous donation unites you as a
missionary to our brothers and sisters around the
world who need our help.
There are special yellow envelopes in the pews
for this collection. Return them in the collection
basket or to the Parish Office.
We celebrate the feast of
The Transfiguration of the Lord
Tuesday, August 6th
Pope Benedict XVI had this to say
about the Transfiguration:
“The transfiguration is a prayer
event; it displays visibly what
happens when Jesus talks with his Father: the
profound interpretation of his being with God, which
then becomes pure light. In his oneness with the
Father, Jesus is himself ‘light from light.”
August 4, 2013
You are invited to
Father Mike’s
25th Anniversary
Celebration!
Saturday, August 10th
5:00pm Mass followed
by a potluck in the Parish Hall
Join us as we celebrate Fr. Mike’s 25th
Anniversary of Ordination. We thank him for the
gift his vocation, for his dedication to the Catholic
Church and for his years of service to our
community here at St. Didacus. Everyone is
invited to share in the celebration! No gifts! Please
bring a dish to share from the following list:
A-M—Main Dish
N-Z—Side Dish/Salad
Being Greedy for God
Throughout time, people
have struggled with greed
and hoarding. Plato said
that the one with many
needs is poor; the one
with few needs is rich.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn cautioned that we prove our
greatness not by the number of our possessions but by
the grandeur of our actions. In today’s gospel, Jesus,
likewise, admonishes us against being greedy.
Each of us, rich or poor, can be infected by greed. We
are greedy when we pursue a “more-is-better” lifestyle
and hold a “must-have-it-now” mentality. We are greedy
when we accumulate more than we need and hoard our
time, talent and treasure. It is not how much we have,
but our attitude toward what we have. We are in danger
if we confuse possessions with true human worth, or if
we confuse security with happiness. Our true worth cannot be measured in dollars, stock certificates, or insurance policies, but rather in the way we live our lives as
sons and daughters of the generous open-handed Giver
of Life.
May our Eucharist lead us to differentiate between our
needs and our wants and to share our lives more openly
with others. Then we will be rich in all that really counts.
—Living with Christ
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The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Intentions
Saturday…………........August 3
5:00PM………………....†Michael Danna
Sunday………….....…..August 4
8:30AM…………...…….†Fr. Al Ryan
10:00AM………….…….†Frank Lantry
11:30AM………………..People of St. Didacus
Monday………………...August 5
7:30AM…………………..†Maria Corazon
Tuesday………..…..….August 6
6:00PM……………....…†William Hanna
Wednesday……......….August 7
8:30AM………………....Florence Stowski, Spec. Int.
Thursday………...…….August 8
7:30AM……….………...†Terry & Stephen Fischer
Friday…………...……..August 9
7:30AM…………in thanksgiving to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Saturday…………........August 10
5:00PM………………....†Mary Pacheco
Readings for the Week of August 4, 2013
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Next Sunday:
Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23/Col 3:1-5, 9-11/
Lk 12:13-21
Nm 11:4b-15/Mt 14:13-21
Dn 7:9-10, 13-14/2 Pt 1:16-19/Lk 9:28b-36
Nm 13:1-2, 25--14:1, 26-29a, 34-35/
Mt 15:21-28
Nm 20:1-13/Mt 16:13-23
Dt 4:32-40/Mt 16:24-28
2 Cor 9:6-10/Jn 12:24-26
Wis 18:6-9/Heb 11:1-2, 8-19 or 11:1-2,
8-12/Lk 12:32-48 or 12:35-40
All who follow the way of Christ wrestle with setting
priorities. Filling a bigger barn, adding to a stock portfolio,
increasing a market share, working a second job; these
cannot dominate one's life. Each one of us must set aside
working for earthly goods to do the spiritual and corporal
works of mercy that make us rich in the sight of God.
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
Wednesdays 7:30am—8:30am
First Fridays 8:00am—9:00am
Confessions—Saturdays 3:30pm or by appt.
Pastor, Fr. Michael J. Sinor
Parish Office 619-284-3472
August 4, 2013
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, August 4, 2013
Altar Society BBBB Sale!
Monday, August 5, 2013
Small Faith V
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Youth Ministry
Small Faith IV
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Eucharistic Adoration
Men’s Prayer Group
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Small Faith I & II
Spanish Choir
Friday, August 9, 2013
Encuentro Matrimonial
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Fr. Mike’s Anniversary Party
Location
8:00am-1:30pm Hall
Location
7:00pm
Winona
Location
6:30pm
Hall
7:00pm
Hawley
Location
7:30-8:30am Church
7:00pm
Hall
Location
6:30pm
Hall
6:30pm
Church
Location
7:30-9:00pm Hall
Location
6:00-8:00pm Hall
“...the family is the foundation of society.
In it the various generations come together and help one another to grow wise
and to harmonize personal rights with the
other requirements of social life.”
—Vatican II, Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, 52
GIFTS OF
OUR TREASURY
THE WEEK OF July 28, 2013
Collection for July 28, 2013
Restricted Funds for July 28, 2013
Total Income:
$5,293.00
$ 171.00
$5,464.00
Please Pray For
Maria Luz Arrellano
Katherine Artale
Jim Barnes
Diann Bauer
Dan Bauer
Herbert Baxter
Rita Bonnell
Norm Boyer
Herminia Brignoni
Ibeth Brignoni
Lee Burnett
Ruben Campos
Marie Cavanaugh
Terry Davidson
MaryLou De Luca
Juanita Diaz
Fred Dueber
Maria Fielding
Susan Guenzel
Rosie Kinninger
Marcella Halweg
Bernie Kober
Marilyn Kober
Maria Koter
Virginia Lantry
Juanita Lopez
Maria Lopez
Dolores Mediano
Esteban Mediano
Joe Moser
Segunda Ordona
Sylvia Paiz
Dominick Palestini
Diane Porter
Dolores Robertson
Atina Rodriguez
Aaron Rodriguez
Alette Rodriguez
Gladys Palestini
Jeff Salazar
Patricia Seay
Christine Segura
Alice Sergi
Michael Smith
Raymond Sparks
Angel Tapia
Pedro Tapia
Therese Tucker
Carol Verdon
Catarina Zizzo
Rose Zaragoza
Adalina Zarate
Josephine
And the special
intentions in our
Book of Needs
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The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 4, 2013
Second Collection
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
284-8730
The secret of success for
Catholic schools' is their
practical and sensible
approach to child development. Most importantly,
they recognize that
schools exist not only to
teach academics, but
mainly to help families
educate the whole child:
mind, body and spirit.
Learn the secrets to our success at St. Didacus
Catholic School by giving us a call! We are still
enrolling in some grades.
Save the date for our last
“Year of Faith”
movie night of the summer!
“Prince of Egypt”
Friday, August 16th
6:00pm in the Parish Hall
You might have seen this movie when it was released in
1998, but it’s worth a second look. The movie is about
Moses and his transformation from an Egyptian prince
to the man destined to deliver God’s chosen people
from slavery. We’ll have hotdogs and the trimmings.
Bring your comfy chair and your family! RSVP to the
Parish Office if you can join us!
Our Parish Food Pantry has been
working on over-drive this summer! Our shelves are bare and we
are in need of your donations to
fill them up! If you can help us
with any of the following items
we would be most grateful!
Canned soup, canned fruit, canned meat, canned
beans, cup-o-noodles or ramen noodles, granola bars,
macaroni and cheese—boxed or microwavable.
You can drop them off at the Parish Office.
We appreciate your help!
Today we’re taking up a
second collection for our
Building Improvement
Fund. Thank you for your
generous donations!
RCIA—Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults
The RCIA program is especially designed
for: those not baptized, those baptized in another faith, or
those baptized Catholic who missed out on religious
instruction and sacraments of First Communion or
Confirmation.
If you or someone you know would like to learn more
about this process, please join us for any of these
informational meetings at 7pm in the Parish Hall:
Thursday, August 15th
Thursday, August 29th
It’s NOT TOO LATE to HIT the
The St. Didacus Altar Society’s
Summer Spectacular
4-B SALE!
BOOKS
BOUTIQUE
BAKE
and
BBQ!
Come to the Parish Hall
after Mass!
There’s still time for you to read this book
for our discussion group meeting on:
Tuesday, August 20th at 10am OR
Thursday, August 22nd at 7pm in
the Parish Hall
Call Cindy at the Parish Office for
more information.
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The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 4, 2013
Understanding
the Parts of the Mass
As Catholics, our worship centers on the Mass. The Mass has
a number of parts, each of which
is a call to deepen our faith:
Part I —The Liturgy of the Word: the Homily
St. Didacus teens at Steubenville retreat last weekend.
Thank You!
Thank you for your donations, for supporting all
our summer fundraisers and for all your prayers
that helped us get our Youth Ministry group to the
Steubenville teen retreat that took place at USD last
weekend. We were able to take 25 teens from the
parish and it was an awesome experience for everyone. The teens heard lots of inspiring Catholic
speakers, rocked out to some great music, attended
Mass and participated in Eucharistic Adoration.
Your support made it happen and we appreciate it!
The Great Gift Summer of the
of the Father
The Holy Spirit is
the great gift of the
Father, made
HOLY SPIRIT
possible to us
through the death
and resurrection of Jesus. The presence of the Holy
Spirit within us is, in fact, so great that Jesus himself
said it was better that he go so that the Holy Spirit
could come (John 16:7). What an amazing gift — the
presence of God not manifested through oracles or
divination, not even limited to temples and Churches — but in us. This often-neglected person of the Triune
God is God’s active presence on our earth today. He is
the person that gives direction and inspiration to our
daily lives. The promptings we receive each day to
serve this person or encourage that person, to pray or
deny ourselves, come from the Holy Spirit. The more
we listen, the more He directs us. The more He directs
us, the more we live in the fruits of the Holy Spirit,
which are peace, love, joy, patience, kindness,
generosity, faith, gentleness, and self-control
(Galatians 5:22-23).
—www.evangelicalcatholic.org
In the homily, the priest follows the example of
Christ on the road to Emmaus, explaining and
interpreting the Scriptures. Sometimes this
interpretation is biblical, sometimes theological, sometimes moral or catechetical (Lk
24:13-35). Always, however, again in imitation
of the Emmaus encounter (where Christ “was
made known … in the Breaking of the
Bread”), it should prepare the congregation for
or point us toward what is about to follow: the
Liturgy of the Eucharist.
—Our Sunday Visitor
Kid’s Corner
Do you know what a missionary is?
A missionary is a person who leaves family
and friends and comfort behind because
they feel God is telling them to share
the Gospel. They go
out into the world to
spread the Good
News of Jesus! This
week at Mass we
learned about Fr. Tony who is a
missionary in the country of Nicaragua.
When he travels around Nicaragua
sometimes he takes
a boat or even a
donkey! Say a prayer
today for Fr. Tony
and for all the
missionaries around
the world who are
spreading God’s love!
Pagina 6
XVIII Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Lo que has preparado,
¿para quién será?
¿Encuentras sentido en lo
que haces y vives?
¿Cómo vives tus tareas en el
trabajo, en todo lo que realizas a lo largo del día?
¿Qué haces para despojarte del egoísmo, la
envidia, la mentira... y revestirte de las actitudes de Jesús: bondad, amor, misericordia,
comprensión...?
¿Cómo vas renovando en ti la imagen de tu
Creador día a día?
¿Te sientes apegado a tus bienes, pocos o
muchos, los que tengas...? ¿Qué quieres
hacer con ellos? ¿Cómo puedes hacerte rico
en Dios?
4 de agosto, 2013
Los invitamos a la
celebración del
25 Aniversario de
Ordenación Sacerdotal
del P. Mike
El sábado 10 de agosto a las 5 PM
con misa y en seguida cena en el
salón parroquial
Acompáñenos a celebrar los 25 Años de Ordenación Sacerdotal del P. Mike. Le agradecemos a Dios por su vocación, por su dedicación
a la Iglesia Católica y por sus años de servicio a
nuestra comunidad de San Didacus. Los invitamos a participar de esta celebración. Por favor
traigan un platillo para compartir de la siguiente lista: A-M- Plato Principal
N-Z– ensaladas, arroz o frijoles, etc.
¿Sabes
quien es un misionero?
Un misionero es una persona que deja amigos y comodidades y su familia porque se siente llamado por
Dios a compartir el Evangelio. Salen al mundo para
difundir la Buena Nueva de
Jesús. La semana pasada el
P. Tony nos compartió de su trabajo como misionero en Nicaragua: cuando tiene que ir a celebrar la misa, tiene que tomar una barca o incluso
un burro. Les pedimos una oración por el P. Tony
y por todos los misioneros
de todo el mundo que
están difundiendo la Buena Noticia y el amor de
Dios.
Aparte esta fecha:
viernes 16 de
agosto
Noche de Película:
”El príncipe de Egipto"
El viernes 16 de agosto a las 6:00 PM tendremos la película: El Príncipe de Egipto y comeremos ricos hot dogs. Venga con toda su familia a disfrutar de esta noche de película. Por favor hable a la oficina parroquial para apartar su
lugar y el de su familia.
Martes 6 de agosto celebraremos la
fiesta de la Transfiguración del Señor, la misa es a las 6 PM en ingles.

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