June 8, 2014 - St. Michael Catholic Church
Serving the Community of Paradise Hills, San Diego since 1957
2643 Homedale Street, San Diego, CA 92139
Phone: (619) 470-1977 · Fax: (619) 267-9397 · www.stmichaelsandiego.org
JUNE 08, 2014
Rev. Manuel Ediza
Rev. Marcelino Bandico
Rev. Bernard Rañoa
St. Michael Academy
Mrs. Mary Johnson, Principal
Mrs. Rowena Lewis, Office Secretary
St. Michael Preschool
Ms. Lucy Zamorano, Director
School of Religion
Deacon Jun Santos
Youth and Young Adults
Saint Michael Church is a Catholic parish of the Diocese of San Diego.
As a community of faith with a mission to transform its neighborhood according to the Gospel
values, the parish serves the needs of over 3,000 families of various cultural backgrounds.
1:00 PM (Academy/Children’s Choir)
8:30 AM (Español)
4:30 PM (Youth and Young Adult Mass)
6:00 PM (Tagalog on the 1st Sunday)
5:00 PM (for Sunday obligation)
Monday to Saturday: 8:00 AM and 7:00 PM (on Tuesday & Friday)
8:00 AM and 7:00 PM
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (Saturday); First Friday at 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday, 7:00 PM - Mother of Perpetual Help Mass with Novena (preceded by Rosary at 6:30pm)
Friday, 7:00 PM - Santo Niño (Holy Child) Novena with Mass (except First Friday)
First Thursday & Third Thursday, 6:00 PM - Divine Mercy Chaplet / Novena
First Friday, 7:00 PM - Sacred Heart of Jesus Mass and Novena (Holy Hour)
and All Night Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
First Saturday - Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament (before the 8:00 AM Mass)
Third Saturday - Our Lady of Peñafrancia Perpetual Novena (immediately following the 8:00 a.m. Mass)
Ms. Arla Sigarlaki, Coordinator
Funerals, Bereavement, Seniors
Mrs. Nora Caloza Villarosa, Coordinator
Mrs. Barbara Patton, Coordinator
Kim Conda San Pedro, Coordinator
Ms. Mae Salamat, Parish Secretary
Mr. Nathan Montemayor, Receptionist
PARISH OFFICE HOURS:
Mon.-Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Please make arrangements at least three
months in advance with the
Staff. Pre-baptismal Seminar is required
for parents and sponsors.
In case of an emergency, or if you need to speak to a priest after office hours, please call (619) 472-2655 and leave a message.
A priest will contact you as soon as possible.
Today’s Gospel Reflection
Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or Ez 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5 *
Psalm 104:1-2a, 24, 35c, 27-28, 29bc-30 * Rom 8:22-27 * Jn 7:37-39
Day: 1st Reading—Acts 2:1-11 * Psalm 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34 *
2nd Reading—1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 * Gospel—Jn 20:19-23
RECEIVE THE HOLY SPIRIT
At last! The power hinted at and the
Spirit promised are unleashed on this holy
day. We call it the birthday of the church.
Try to listen to today’s scripture passages
with some sense of how electrifying these
events must have been to those who lived
through them. Up until now, they have been waiting in the upper
room. In today’s first reading, that room is filled with wind and
fire and bold proclamations in foreign tongues.
In the second reading, Paul describes the Pentecost event,
too. His description includes all of us. The Spirit lives on in the
church in each of us who are members of the Body of Christ,
given different gifts from the same Spirit. Only after Pentecost
could the apostles look back and understand what Jesus meant
when he said, as reported in today’s Gospel reading, “Receive
the Holy Spirit.”
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We pray for and remember:
Those who recently passed away:
“There appeared to them tongues as of fire, which parted
and came to rest on each one of them.” — Acts 2:3
RECIBAN EL ESPÍRITU SANTO
¡Al fin! El poder que les había sugerido
y el Espíritu que les prometió, sólo se
libera este día. Lo llamamos el cumpleaños
de la Iglesia. Trata de leer los pasajes de la
Escritura de hoy con algún sentido de lo
extraordinario que esos hechos debieron
ser para los que los vivieron. Los dejamos
la semana pasada esperando en la habitación del piso de arriba.
En la lectura de la primera lectura, la habitación se llena de
fuego, viento y audaces proclamaciones en lenguas extranjeras.
En la segunda lectura, Pablo describe el acontecimiento de
Pentecostés, también. Su descripción incluye a todos nosotros.
El Espíritu vive en la Iglesia en cada uno de nosotros que somos
miembros del Cuerpo de Cristo, con diferentes dones pero el
mismo Espíritu. Sólo después de Pentecostés pudieron los
apóstoles mirar el pasado y entender el significado de lo que
Jesús quiso decirles cuando expresó lo que nos cuenta el
Evangelio de hoy: “Reciban el Espíritu Santo”.
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“Entonces aparecieron lenguas de fuego, que se
distribuyeron y se posaron sobre ellos.” — Hechos 2:3
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 1 Kgs 17:1-6; Ps 121:1bc-8; Mt 5:1-12
Tuesday: 1 Kgs 17:7-16; Ps 4:2-5, 7b-8; Mt 5:13-16
Wednesday: Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Ps 98:1-6; Mt 5:17-19
Thursday: 1 Kgs 18:41-46; Ps 65:10-13; Mt 5:20-26
1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16; Ps 27:7-9abc, 13-14; Mt 5:27-32
Saturday: 1 Kgs 19:19-21; Ps 16:1b-2a, 5, 7-10; Mt 5:33-37
† Sofia Dela Peña
†Mr. & †Mrs.Bernabe Arce & †Roberto Arce
† Guadalupe Ruiz Lara
† Raoul Boudreaux
† Francisco Cruz Bularan
† Antonio Vinluan
† Irene Olaso—death anniversary
† Luciana & † Santiago Macabunga
† Larry Elizalde
Steven Nguyen—birthday thanksgiving
† Juliana Manglicmot
† Alejandro Caloza, Sr.
† Goido Maliwat
† Federico Manlutac & † Valentin Guillermo
Modesta Bayongan—70th birthday thanksgiving
Unless the eye catch fire, God will not be seen.
Unless the ear catch fire, God will not be heard.
Unless the tongue catch fire, God will not be named.
Unless the heart catch fire, God will not be loved.
Unless the mind catch fire, God will not be known.
Agustin Ediza * Fr. Nemesio Sungcad * Fr. Julian Hernando * Fr. Felipe
Ortiz * Fr. Arsenio Nuñez * Joseph Lipa * Ramona Mandry * Necitas Avila
* Jess Tañada * Jacinto Macoy * Amerigo Macoy * Annalie Salazar *
Violeta Daen * Kathy Wreschinsky * Evelyn Del Rosario * Margaret Young *
Irving Young * Danilo Ditalo * Rufina Macoy * Ma.Theresa Quirante * Marc
Organo * Jesus Lampa David * Lucy Tipton * Antonina Kinghorn * Louise
James * Ben Bernardy * Annabelle Lagos * Norma Short * Angela Gutierrez
* Terry Borja * Maria Cabreros * Ma. Andrea Flores * Aimee Joyce
Adviento * Maria Corbett * Milan Cesar * Fr. Victor Maristela * Mercedes
Arellano * Marissa Villalon Hawkins * Randi Kaplan * Alejandrino Lucero *
Dolores Lucero * Mario Bermudez * Marino Bermudez * Nestor Bermudez *
Timoteo Riturban * Dolores Berry * Jose Daniel Baniel * Corazon Mojica *
Francisco Del Carmen * Jose Castro * Gina Castro * Gabriel Castro * Julia
Arellano * Leona Gurbacki * Jay Mendoza * Ben Bernardy * Anthony
Gonsalves * Skidmore Family * Epigmenia Sampang * Ignacio Gaddi *
Felipe Pacleb Sr. * Julieta Lacosta * Menchita Faustino * Bing Bascos *
William English * Corazon Roque * Adela Miciano * Marie Osias * Elizabeth
Carbonell * Mary Ann Acuario * Felipa Strominger * Eric Donald Kidmore *
Maria Corbett * Dolores Barry * Zenaida Mendoza * Adeloise Laspiñas
*Anita OngVanbuskirk * Richard & Rose Kennedy * Leonora Mae *
Generosa Abastillas * Jacobo Abastillas * Sweet Floredeliza * Francisco del
Carmen * Teofila Torino * Julia Arellano * Esther Trimor * Deacon Jun
Santos * Aguida Serrano
This list is updated on a weekly basis. Please call the office to add a name.
NAMES ON SICK LIST WILL BE DELETED AFTER 60 DAYS.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
PARADISE HILLS, SAN DIEGO
Dear Parishioners and friends,
Fr. Marcelino, Fr. Bernard and I thank all of you for celebrating with us the
anniversary of our ordination to the priesthood. We thank you for your support and
your love. We ask you to continue praying for us, priests, and for more vocation.
In the succeeding issues of our weekly bulletin, I would like to share with you the
teachings of the Catholic Church about the priest and the priesthood.
THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY ORDERS — Part I (from the Catechism of the Catholic Church)
In Roman times, ordination incorporated a person into an order, an established governing body. Catholic
Tradition, with basis in Scripture, has three orders: bishops, priests, and deacons.
In the Church, people entered these orders by a liturgical ordination rite. Today ordination is used only of
the order of bishops, priests, and deacons.
By ordination, the Spirit bestows a sacred power which comes from Christ through His Church. Ordination
(also called consecration—”setting apart”) is conferred by the bishop’s laying on of hands and the consecratory
prayer. (CCC, 1537-1538)
The Priesthood of the Old Testament. The chosen people was constituted by God as “a kingdom of priests
and a holy nation,” But within the people of Israel, God chose one of the twelve tribes, the tribe of Levi, and set it
apart for liturgical service. By a special rite of consecration, they were “appointed to offer gifts and sacrifices for
sin.” (Heb 5:1). This priesthood remains powerless to achieve definitive salvation which is accomplished only by
Christ’s sacrifice. (CCC, 1549-1540)
Prefiguring Christ’s Priesthood. Catholic liturgy sees in the priesthood of Aaron and the service of the
Levites, as in the institution of the seventy elders, a prefiguring of the ordained ministry of the New Covenant. Thus
in the Latin Rite the Church prays—
1. In the consecratory paragraph for bishops: “...You established rulers and priests and did not leave your
sanctuary without ministers to serve.”
2. At the ordination of priests: “...You extended the spirit of Moses to seventy wise men. You shared among
the sons of Aaron the fullness of their father’s power.”
3. For ordination of deacons, the Church confesses: “...As ministers of your tabernacle you chose the sons
of Levi and gave them your blessing as their everlasting inheritance.” (CCC, 1541-1543)
Fr. Manny Ediza
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Blessings from St. Michael Academy to the St. Michael Parish Community!
The end is in sight; the end of the school year, that is! The students of St. Michael Academy are about to
enter the last week of the academic year. During this week, we look forward to sharing time with family and
friends at our annual day at Rohr Park, the graduation of our 8th grade students, exchange grade day,
packing up, cleaning out, and celebrating our last all-school Liturgy of the year. I think we can all relate to a
child's dreams of what adventures summer might hold; that is, until reality sets in and Mom and Dad hand out
the ‘To Do’ list!
Have you considered enrolling your child in an academically rigorous Catholic value based school? We would like to share
with you the benefits of enrolling your child in St. Michael Academy. We are a Kindergarten through 8th Grade school.
Please call the office and schedule a tour of the Academy. Give us an opportunity to show you how the cost of your child’s
Catholic education can fit into your budget. Call 619 470-4880, or e-mail Mrs. Lewis (Office Manager) at
[email protected] Fr. Manny offers a $1000 discount to new families enrolling in the Academy.
Yours in Christ,
Mary Johnson, Principal
What does my Catholic education mean to me? Catholic education is a privilege not many people receive. It is something most
of us take for granted. It gives us the religious freedom to express our love for God. It allows us to truly understand our religion.
Catholic education prepares us to live holy lives.
In school, we pray in the morning, before meals, and before we leave at the end of the day. We also have Mass every Wednesday.
We are given the opportunity to express our gratitude toward God every single day we go to school. We also have religion class
when we learn more about our religion. Not a lot of schools give students this kind of religious freedom.
Catholic education has been part of my life for several years now. It has given me so many opportunities to appreciate my religion. It
has affected me in a positive way. I have learned a lot from Catholic education. It has made me a better person in so many ways.
Thank you. - Gerome
St. Michael Preschool
Lucy Zamorano, Director 619-472-5437
We are accepting
CHILDREN AGES 2 TO 5 YEARS
We are DRIVEN to teach Catholic-values based life.
Deacon Jun Santos: (619)470-2292
ARE YOU SOMEONE OR DO YOU KNOW
• Has expressed an interest in becoming
The preschool is a year round school which will be open twelve
Has a child over the age of seven who has not been baptized?
months and closed only on Diocesan holidays.
• Was baptized Catholic as a child, but has not celebrated the
Our programs are tailored to meet your family budget with a
Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist?
variety of full-days, half-days, 2 days, 3 days and 5 days a week.
For information, please contact Deacon Jun Santos at (619) 470Teachers are present from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
1977 or [email protected]
We have lowered our registration fee from $250.00 to
Please contact our Director, Ms. Lucy at (619 472-5437 to
schedule a tour of our excellent Center, preview prices, and meet
our loving staff.
Culture of Life
“By living ‘as if God did not exist,’ man not only
loses sight of the mystery of God but also of the
mystery of the world and the mystery of
his own being.” (Evangelium Vitae 22)
Please come and pray the Rosary to promote a
Culture of Life every Tuesday, 6:30pm in the Church.
RCIA neophytes (newly-initiated members of the Catholic Church),
family members, catechists and DRE Deacon Jun Santos, gathered
together for fellowships marking the last session of the RCIA
process. Neophytes and catechists shared their reflections into how
the process helped them in their journey of faith."
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
PARADISE HILLS, SAN DIEGO
Parish News and Announcements
EL GRUPO PASTORAL FAMILIAR los invita a sus reunions
todos los Viernes de 6:30pm—8:30pm en el salón parroquial.
Juntos aprenderemos a ser mejores Cristianos, mejores esposos,
mejores padres de familia, mejores hijos y mejores seres
humanos. Vengan con toda la familia! Para mayores informes
comuniquese con los Señores Gonzales al (619) 479-7452.
LOL (Loving Our Lord) - Youth Group
Arla Sigarlaki: (619)470-2298 [email protected]
Attention all high schoolers! Join us in the
Youth Room after the 4:30pm mass every 2nd
and 4th Sunday to celebrate life, love, and our
Lord. Get to know other youth within our
parish and bring a friend! Everyone is
welcome to Youth Group. For more information and to keep up-toEl grupo de Oración los invita a su reunión date on our current events, join our Youth Group Facebook page!
los Jueves de 6:30 p.m. a 8:30 p.m. en el
Salón de los Jóvenes frente a la capilla.
(“Donde están dos o tres reunidos en mi
nombre allí estoy yo” - Mateo 18:20)
Nota: El ultimo Jueves del mes nos reunimos en Santa Rosa de
Lima para la misa y hora santa de 6:30pm a 9:30pm y el primer Miércoles del mes nos reunimos en San Juan de la Cruz, (8086 Broadway
Ave, Lemon Grove) para la misa de Sanación de las 6:45pm a
9:00pm. Informes con Lucy Moncado al teléfono (619) 656-9131.
(18 years and up and out of high school)
Arla Sigarlaki: (619)470-2298 [email protected]
Young Adult Meetings are held on the
Third Friday of the month. We attend the
7:00 p.m. Mass followed by our fellowship in
the Youth Room. All Young Adults, 18-30s
ULTREYA: El Movimiento de Cursillos de JUNE 14—THE MOST HOLY TRINITY:
Cristiandad de la Diócesis de San Diego los 5:00 pm Angelo Biares, Monique Biares,
invita a su Ultreya mensual en el Salón
Parrroquial de San Miguel a las 7:30 pm. Una JUNE 16—THE MOST HOLY TRINITY:
invitación cordial a todas las personas que han vivido su cursillo 7:00 am Brayden Daen, Nathan Marino, Jenelle Seguin
para convivir Christianamente y compartir como estamos
8:30 am Abraham Mendez, Yanitza Millan, Chrsty Triana
caminando en nuestro Cuarto día. Nos reunimos cada Tercer 10:00 am Juzenne Cruz, Alexis Hernandez, Ryan Manalac
Lunes del Mes. Los esperamos!!!
11:30 am Patrick Desamparo, Maryanne Gapasin, Poyeen Longno
Para celebrar el dia de los padres en Junio,
la comunidad latina de San Miguel hara un
reconicimiento a el Padre mas activo y para esto
nos basaremos en una carta que escribira
hijo/a explicando porque es el papa mas activo,
tendra que ser miembro de nuestra parroquia y
estar registrado fecha limite sera Junio 8, 2014.
Mas informacion Sra. Lara 267-0087. Las ganadoras de el dia
de la madre fueron Alma Esquivias, y Delfina Samaniego.
La comunidad latina esta designado el mes de Junio
para dirigir los rosarios provida los invitamos a que
nos acompañen todos los Martes de este mes a las
6:30 pm serán los dias 10, 17, 24. Los esperamos.
Rito de Inicíacion Cristiana de Adultos
Un camino de fe para alguien que está
No bautizado(a) e interesado(a) en aprender sobre el bautismo
Bautizado(a) en otra fe e interesado(a) en el catolicismo
Bautizado(a) católico(a) y está en necesidad de la enseñanza
Bautizado(a) católico y le gustaria recibir los sacramentos de
Primera Comunión y / o Confirmación
Llame a la oficina parroquial al 470-1977.
LOS DONES DEL ESPÍRITU SANTO
Sabiduría, inteligencia, consejo, ciencia, fortaleza,
piedad y temor de Dios.
1:00 pm Joany Bayron, Timothy Boyd, Jerick Sarceno
4:30 pm Leah Jizelle Canonizado, Mickaela Segbefia,
6:00 pm Alvin Jarod Aguda, Alvin Justin Apilado, Cristian Piamonte
7:30 pm Adrien del Basa, Jenessa Edora, Jezelle Edora
Filipino Community of St. Michael
FCSM is actively getting requests for weekly
Rosary Devotion done in homes. Please contact
Fe Endaya (619-470-1559) or Precy Portacio (4751375) if interested to book a Rosary Devotion for
the next few months.
St. Michael Cursillo Team
• SMP Cursillo Team Reunion:
Please join the SMP Team
Reunion every Monday, 7:30pm to 9:00pm, at the Collier
• CURSILLO THREE-DAY WEEKEND - Class 110 for Women
on June 26-29, 2014. Please submit your application ASAP.
Sir Knight Renato Marcelino,
Financial Secretary, [email protected]
Today the Knights of Columbus are sponsoring a
parish blood drive from 8:30am to 2:00pm in the
parking lot. Please take the time to participate in this
important event for the blood supply needs of our
HAVE YOU PLEDGED YET?
Senior Ministry, Funeral, Bereavement
Nora Caloza Villarosa: (619) 472-2657 [email protected]
We encounter Christ in those we serve …
CLASSES – beginners and nonthe hungry, the homeless, the sick, and
those imprisoned. Through the ACA, we are seniors are welcome. Location: Collier Center
reminded that we encounter God’s love Zumba – Monday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
when we serve others through stewardship, service, and sacrifice.
Yoga – Tuesday from 4:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
Your participation, regardless of gift amount, makes a difference.
ACA Update as of MAY 25, 2014
Pledges received the weekend of May 25, 2014:
Anonymous (4) * Edma, Bert & Lilia * Ignacio, Victor & Minerva *
Nerona, Lita * Ramirez, Alvino & Herlina * Segura, Francisco
THANK YOU! GRACIAS! SALAMAT PO!
THE GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Knowledge,
Fortitude, Piety, Fear of the Lord.
“Whoever welcomes me welcomes the one
who sent me.” (Mt 10:40) Would you like the
Divine Mercy to visit your family? Call Violeta
Daen at 619-434-5831 or Susan Encabo at 619395-6894 to schedule an appointment.
DIVINE MERCY Novena/Chaplet on the first
Thursday and third Thursday of the month at
6:00 p.m. in the church.
EL SHADDAI: Prayer/fellowship every Saturday, 6:00pm, at
the Parish Hall or Collier Center.
LEGION of MARY: Meeting every Monday, 7pm, Youth Room.
MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA with MASS,
Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.
NOVENA with MASS IN HONOR of the SANTO NIÑO
(The Holy Infant Jesus), Fridays except First Friday, at 7:00 p.m.
“Whoever receives one child such as this in my name, receives
me.” (Mk 9:37)
Join the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood at the June 13, 2014
(7:15pm) Cardinals baseball game against the Nationals. Tickets DIVINE LIGHT OF JESUS: Every third Saturday of the month:
are $35 (half off the Cardinals price) and bus transportation is avail- stress therapy at 1:00—2:00 pm / healing prayer at 2:30-3:30 pm.
able from two locations for $12. This fundraiser helps support the
ministries of the Community and their retired Sisters. For further PRAY and DANCE. There will be line-dance
information: www.cpps-ofallon.org or call 636-240-6010 ext. 273.
exercise every First Thursday of the month,
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School invites you to join OLSH & following the Divine Mercy novena. The lineRosary alumni, friends & supporters to “Summer Nights” event dance will be held in the Parish Hall, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday, June 28, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. in school gym (4106 42nd St. Donation: $5.00 per person per session for the projects of the
San Diego 92105). Enjoy “oldies” music, picnic dinner, root-beer Apostles of the Divine Mercy (Feeding program at Fr. Joe’s).
floats and reconnect with friends. 50’s attire encouraged.
Cost $20 advanced or $25 at the door. Proceeds benefit student GUIDE US TODAY
scholarships. Help OLSH continue to provide Catholic Education Holy Spirit, You who pointed out the way for Your disciples to
in City Heights. For ticket information or donations contact us at announce the Gospel, we pray to You: as in the time of the
apostles, guide today’s messengers of the Good News.
[email protected] or call (858)349-9149.
Have you recently moved?
If so, please call our office as soon as possible so that we may update
our records. We want to be able to get important information to all
parishioners in a timely manner. You may also fill out the slip below and
place it in the collection basket or drop it off at the office.
—From Come, Lord Jesus by Lucien Deiss, CSSp, copyright © 1976, 1981, Lucien
Deiss, Published by World Library Publications, p. 183
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Welcome to St. Michael Church!
Please register with the Parish Office if you live within the parish
boundaries by completing the form below and sending it to us.
Membership has its privileges.
Change of Address. If you moved to a new address, please Cut and Mail New Parishioners.
complete form below and send it to us.
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If you will be changing your parish, please call the Parish Office at (619)
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Upcoming Events / Schedule of Services 2014
JUNE 15 to 23
FATHER’S DAY NOVENA
Include your father or grandfather — living or deceased — in our Novena of Masses. You may find
envelopes, where you can write the name of your father or grandfather, at the back of the pews. You
may drop it off at the parish office or in the collection basket at Mass.
June 8, 2014 (Sunday), from 8:30 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. in the parking lot.
Prayer for Priests
I lift up to You all the priests of the
world. Sanctify them. Heal and guide
them. Mold them into the likeness
and holiness of Your Son, Jesus, the
Eternal High Priest. May their lives
be pleasing to You. In Jesus' Name I pray. Amen.
O Mary, Queen of priests, pray for us.
Saint John Vianney, pray for us.
CONGRATULATIONS to the WINNERS
of the 2014 Annual Car Raffle:
Major Prize, 2014 Toyota Camry: TONY DOMPOR
Consolation Prize: GIA MAGNO and AMIE MALIKSI
GARDEN OF THE INNOCENTS.
Remember and pray for the souls of
your love ones by securing a plaque at
our memorial wall located at the
Garden of Innocents. For $500.00
donation, a 4”x8” plaque with their
names will forever be part of the
garden, and, at the same time, help the parish in accomplishing
its mission. Interested? Please call the office at 619-470-1977.
JESUS IS WAITING FOR YOU
AT THE ADORATION CHAPEL
(located adjacent to the parish office.)
“The more you devote yourself in prayer
the more you will do well in your work.”
—St. John Baptist de la Salle
Fr. Lauro Camero Minimo, newly ordained on May 30, 2014,
celebrated his second Mass at St. Michael Church (San Diego) on
Tuesday, June 3, 2013. Fr. Lauro is the second Filipino ordained
priest in the Diocese of San Diego. He has been appointed
Associate Pastor at St. Michael Church (Poway).
“Give to the Lord the glory due His name; Adore the Lord
in holy attire.” Psalm 29:2
Saint Michael the Archangel,
Our dignity as baptized children of God - "For all of you who were
baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ." [Gal 3:27]
defend us in battle. Be our
protection against the wickedness and
snares of the devil. May God rebuke
him, we humbly pray; and do Thou,
O Prince of the Heavenly Host - by the
Divine Power of God - cast into hell,
Satan and all the evil spirits, who roam
throughout the world seeking the ruin
of souls. Amen.