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15th Sunday of OT 7/10/16
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Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Our Challenge
July 10, 2016
Join us on FRIDAY for
Dinner & a Movie Night! It’s FREE!
Friday, July 15th at 6pm in the Parish Hall
In the parable of the Good Samaritan, Jesus challenges us in at least
three ways: how close we should get
to suffering, how generously we
should respond, and how inclusive
our compassion should be.
First, notice what the priest and Levite did. They crossed
the road so that they wouldn’t have to get too close to
the injured man who seemed to be dead. Touching a
dead body would render them unsuitable for service to
God. Perhaps they didn’t want to see. Could it be that
the wealthy in desperately poor lands sometimes ride in
cars with shades drawn so they don’t have to see the
beggars surrounding them? What a contrast with the
example of Mary as she stood beneath the cross and
embraced all the pain that a mother can embrace when
her child is tortured and killed before her eyes! Mary
and the good Samaritan challenge us to move toward
suffering rather than away from it. When we engage in
life “up close and personal,” with open eyes and an open
heart, we are much more likely to be moved to
compassionate action.
The second challenge the good Samaritan poses for us is
how generous our compassionate action should be. Jesus
raises the standard on what it means to be “good.” In
many situations, it’s not enough to make donations of
cash, food, or clothes; send a sympathy card; or promise
to pray for others. Notice the extent of the service
provided by the good Samaritan. He personally
comforted the injured man, transported him to a safe
haven, paid for his care, and promised to return to see if
more was needed. He may have arrived late at his
original destination, but sometimes God has other
destinations in mind for us when we set out at the
beginning of each day.
Thirdly, Jesus uses the good Samaritan to underline his
constant teaching that the test of Christian love is not
how much we love those who love us, but how much we
love those who don’t love us. Jesus’ disciples are to
imitate their master’s inclusive embrace of all people
and the example of the good Samaritan. We are called to
extend our compassion to our “enemies” —those who
get on our nerves, those who sometime put us down,
those who can’t repay us, those who often disagree with
us, as well as those who seek to hurt us.
—Prayer Time
We’ll watch the
movie MOMS’
NIGHT OUT...
This Christian,
family-friendly
comedy is good
for all ages, so
bring a
comfortable
chair & your
family or a
friend.
Feeling overworked
by her children,
mother-of-three
Allyson decides to
go on a moms' night out with her friends, Izzy and Sondra.
The three expect a night to unwind, leaving Allyson's husband, Sean, to take care of all the kids. After their reservation is canceled, however, things go from bad to worse
when Allyson's sister-in-law, Bridget, realizes that her infant son, Phoenix, is missing. The four travel across the city
looking for the child, and ultimately learn to quit blaming
others for their own problems. Meanwhile, their husbands
attempt to look after the children. What could go wrong?!
Check out the movie trailer at:
www.momsnightoutmovie.com
Did
You
Know?
That Sunday, July 17th is
National Ice Cream Day?
What does that mean to YOU?
It means that in celebration of our
90th anniversary, you’ll have ice cream!
Join us after all the Masses next weekend,
Saturday & Sunday, for a good old fashioned ice
cream social! Come to the Parish Hall to visit
with friends and have a scoop or two on us!
We are grateful for all those who volunteer as
lectors. If you’re interested in learning more about
becoming a lector, speak with Fr. Mike.
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Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
July 10, 2016
Stewardship—Building up the Community of God
Current number of Registered Families receiving envelopes: 691 — 158 of whom tithed last weekend using their envelopes
Our GOAL this year: ALL parishioners tithing each week!
Please contribute using your envelopes.
The Joy of Giving
Amount we need each week to cover parish operating costs:
General Collection, July 3, 2016:
Deficit for the week of July 3, 2016:
Building Fund—July 3, 2016:
—
$7,155.00
$4,627.00
$2,528.00
$2,153.00
In this week’s Gospel we hear the story of the Good Samaritan, but did you know that the Samaritans and Jews despised each
other? The moral of the story is to love your neighbor, who may be someone you don’t know, someone that looks different than
you or someone you don’t like, without expecting anything in return.
Mass Intentions
Saturday………….........July 9
5:00PM……...……..…..†Tomasz Ostrowski
Sunday………….....…...July 10
8:30AM……...……...….†Lillian Celin
10:00AM……….....…….People of St. Didacus
11:30AM...……....……. †Jesus Cabrales
Monday………………...July 11
7:30AM………...……….†Leonard Geschwender
Tuesday………..…..…..July 12
6:00PM……….…….…...Bonnie Lynn, Spec. Int.
Wednesday…….......….July 13
8:30AM……………....….Eileen Shepard, Spec. Int.
Thursday………...…….July 14
7:30AM……………..…..†Gary Simon
Friday…………...……...July 15
7:30AM...………….…....†Thomas Gordola
Saturday………….........July 16
5:00PM………...…...…..†Juanita Diaz
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Human Trafficking Talk in Spanish
Monday, July 11, 2016
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
VBS Meeting
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
90th Anniversary Mtg.
Men’s Prayer Group
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Friday, July 15, 2016
Movie Night
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
Ice Cream Social
"O Beautiful Flower of Carmel, most fruitful vine,
splendor of heaven, holy and singular, who brought
forth the Son of God, still ever remaining a pure virgin,
assist us in our necessity. O Star of the Sea, help and
protect us. Show us that you are our Mother. Amen."
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, Fr. Michael J. Sinor
The Parish Office is open 8am-noon, 1-5pm M-F 619-284-3472
Location
Hall
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Hall
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7:30am-8:30am Church
7:00pm
Hall
7:00pm
Hall
Location
Location
6:00pm
Hall
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3:30pm-5:00pm Church
After 5pm Mass Hall
12:45pm
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
Marie Cavanaugh
Gail Cedercrans
Eileen Connolly
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
Kelley Kessler
Marilyn Kober
Elizabeth La Costa
Virginia Lantry
Juanita Lopez
Maria Lopez
David Lujan
Marlene S. Magers
Anthony Martinez
Rosalie Martinez
Claire Meighan
Terrence McCabe
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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Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
July 10, 2016
“Didakids’ Got Mercy”
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
Vacation Bible School
The next volunteer meeting is
Tuesday, July 12th at 10am
in the Parish Hall.
284-8730
Ahh...Summer…
Sunshine, Sand, Sunscreen,
& SHOPPING!
Let us help you out with the
shopping part of your summer
while you help the school with
your purchases of gift cards! A
representative from the school
will be here after the Masses next
Sunday selling gift cards to all your favorite places to
shop and eat. This is an easy way for our parish
community to support the school. Make a list of your
upcoming shopping and gift-giving needs and bring it
with you to Mass next Sunday!
EXPLORER DAY
Learn More About the Priesthood
On Saturday, July 16th, the Diocese of San
Diego is hosting an Explorer Day for those men
who are interested in exploring a possible
vocation to the priesthood. The day will be held
at St. Francis Center on the campus of the
University of San Diego from 8:30am to 3pm.
If living a life of service for Christ and the people of God is attractive
to you, take advantage of the opportunity to attend this upcoming
Explorer Day. Talk to Fr. Mike about getting an application.
The Care and Treatment of Trafficking Victims
You may be asking yourself —
How can I help? Each year approximately
6,000 teenage girls are forced into prostitution in
San Diego County. A presentation on trafficking
victims will be given by Grace Williams from Children of the Immaculate Heart on Thursday, July 21 from 6:30 to
8:00 p.m. at Mary Star of the Sea Church in La Jolla. Grace will
discuss the current efforts being taken by the Church in opening a
treatment facility and shelter for female minors in San Diego County
and in providing programs that supply professional therapy, schooling and job training in a healthy family-style atmosphere that are
known to reduce related concerns like trauma disorders, addiction,
suicide and help reintegrate women back into society. You are
invited to learn, share and discuss ways to get involved.
Refreshments will be served. Donations are appreciated.
Save the Date for the
90-Day Kick-off party to our
big 90-year celebration in November!
Saturday, August 6th, noon-4:00pm
Join us for a fun afternoon of food,
fun, music and a chance to get to
know your fellow parishioners better.
Mark your calendars now and plan to
join us!
90th Anniversary Fundraiser
Plant Sale Next Weekend
Someone has donated succulents
planted in a variety of containers to be
sold as a fundraiser for our anniversary.
Stop by the Parish Hall next weekend
after Mass to check them out.
As we prepare for the Diocesan Synod, join us for a
“Listening Session”
Saturday, July 23rd at 10am
In the Parish Hall
In last weekend’s bulletin,
Fr. Mike invited all parishioners to offer their ideas on
three questions that will be
included along with others to
be discussed at the
Diocese’s Synod on the family in October. Our questions focus on “the challenge to provide authentic pastoral support for those who are divorced.” You are invited to offer your feedback to these questions at our
“Listening Session.” If you didn’t receive a copy of the
questions stop by the Parish Office to pick up a list.
Readings for the Week of July 10, 2016
Sun:
Dt 30:10-14/Ps 69:14, 17, 30-31, 33-34, 36-37 or
Ps 19:8-11/Col 1:15-20/Lk 10:25-37
Mon: Is 1:10-17/Ps 50:8-9, 16-17, 21, 23/Mt 10:34-11:1
Tue:
Is 7:1-9/Ps 48:2-8/Mt 11:20-24
Wed: Is 10:5-7, 13b-16/Ps 94:5-10, 14-15/Mt 11:25-27
Thu:
Is 26:7-9, 12, 16-19/Ps 102:13-21/Mt 11:28-30
Fri:
Is 38:1-6, 21-22, 7-8/Is 38:10-12, 16/Mt 12:1-8
Sat:
Mi 2:1-5/Ps 10:1-4, 7-8, 14/Mt 12:14-21
Next Sunday:
Gn 18:1-10a/Ps 15:2-5/Col 1:24-28/
Lk 10:38-42
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Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
July 10, 2016
We are blessed to
be surrounded by
so much beauty
here at St. Didacus.
Over the years our
roses have been
cared for by several
faithful parishioners including Norm
Boyer and more
recently, Michele Trevino. Michele is also
training the next generation in the art of rose care
by occasionally including her grandson, Spencer.
We are grateful for everyone’s hard work down
through the decades and for the daily reminder of
the beauty of all God’s creation.
A Walk Down Memory Lane…
Thanks to James & Loretta Rodriguez for this photo of
their wedding here at St. Didacus on January 29, 1961.
Kid’s Corner
July 11th is the feast of
St. Benedict, an abbot who was
known for his knowledge of
Scripture and Church music. The
word “benediction” means a
blessing —so when you say a blessing before each meal this week, ask
your folks if you can also read a short
Scripture quote or sing a short
Church song in honor of St. Benedict.
Here are some interesting facts about St. Benedict:
1. Saint Benedict was a teenager when he became a monk
2. Saint Benedict once lived in a hermit cave
3. Benedict died of natural causes or maybe a fever
4. St. Scholastica, the founder of the Benedictine sisters, was
Benedict's sister
5. Some monks tried to poison Benedict
6. Saint Benedict is the patron saint of Europe and schoolchildren
7. There is a medal named after Benedict
8. His teaching methods were very harsh
9. He gave up his rich inheritance to
become a follower of Jesus
Learn more about St. Benedict’s medal
on the Order of St. Benedict’s website:
www.osb.org/gen/medal.html
“Mercy is not an abstract concept but
a lifestyle that invites Christians to make an
examination of conscience and ask themselves if they place the spiritual and material
needs of others before their own. A
Christian who chooses to be merciful experiences true life
and has ‘eyes to see, ears to listen, and hands to comfort.’
Look at Jesus; look at Jesus in the hungry, in the prisoner,
in the sick, in the naked, in the person who does not have a
job to support his family. Look at Jesus in these brothers
and sisters of ours. Look at Jesus in those who are alone,
sad, in those who make a mistake and need advice, in those
who need to embark on the path with him in silence so they
may feel accompanied. These are the works that Jesus asks
of us. To look at Jesus in them, in these people. Why?
Because Jesus also looks at me, looks at you, in that way.”
—Pope Francis, June 30, 2016 during a Year of Mercy
audience in St. Peter’s Square.
Pagina 6
XV Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Parábola del Buen
Samaritano
Este fue el contexto en que
nació la parábola: un hombre
necesitado de ayuda, caído en
el camino, es abandonado por
los cumplidores de la ley
(sacerdotes y levitas) y en
cambio es socorrido por un
ilegal samaritano. Jesús quiere decirnos cómo la
solidaridad es un valor que hay que anteponer
no solo a la ley del culto, sino también a la misma
necesidad personal. Podemos contemplar en la
parábola los personajes y sacar de allí las
consecuencias de enseñanza para el día de hoy:
un hombre anónimo que es victima de los
ladrones y cae medio muerto en el camino; un
samaritano – es un no judío– que no tenia una
buena relación con los judíos; un sacerdote y un
levita, la diferencia entre los dos rangos de poder
religioso; pues el levita era un sacerdote de
rango inferior que se ocupaba principalmente de
los sacrificios: de culto oficial y de los rituales a
seguir en la religión judía.
La relación entre cada uno de los personajes de
la parábola es distinta: el sacerdote y el levita
frente al hombre caído en el camino no se basa
en el plan de la necesidad que tiene este último,
sino en el de inutilidad que presentaría ante la ley
y el desempeño de su oficio, el prestarle
cualquier atención al hombre caído, impediría a
estos representantes del culto oficial poder
ofrecer los sacrificios agradables a Dios. El
samaritano, por el contrario, no encuentra
ninguna barrera para prestar su servicio
desinteresado al desconocido que está tendido y
malherido, que necesita la ayuda de alguien que
pase por ese camino. El samaritano únicamente
siente compasión por la necesidad de ese
hombre anónimo y se entrega con infinito amor a
defender la vida que está amenazada y
desposeída. El prójimo, dice Jesús en esta
parábola, debe ser para nosotros, todo ser
humano que necesita de nuestra ayuda.
Para la revisión de vida…
¿Nos hacemos prójimos (próximos) de los
necesitados que nos encontramos en nuestro
camino?
10 de julio, 2016
TRAFICO DE NINOS
HOY DOMINGO
SALON PARROQUIAL
después de misa
Nos pasaran una estremecedora película que ilustra la realidad detrás de la
explotación sexual Comercial de los
jóvenes en América.
Este día se suspende el rezo de la
coronilla al Señor de la Misericordia, en la iglesia y habrá cuidado de
niños mientras esta la platica para
padres y adolecentes.
Las inscripciones para el
Catecismo y la Confirmación están abiertas
puede pasar a la oficina
parroquial a inscribir a
sus hijos.
REUNION DE VOLUNTARIOS
Todos los niños, jóvenes y adultos que
se anotaron como voluntarios deberán
asistir a esta reunión
VBS
DIDAKIDS GOT MERCY 2016
Martes 12 de julio
Noche de Película
Los
invitamos a
la Noche
de Película
este viernes 15 de julio a las 6 PM.
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