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Twenty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Lost Sheep
The Hebrew Bible is filled with
the imagery of God being the
‘Shepherd’ of Israel. Perhaps,
every religious Jew knew well
Psalm 23 that read, “The Lord is
my shepherd, I shall not want.”
Moreover, Ezekiel’s fitting
critique of Israel’s shepherds, who were self-centred and
looked for their own well-being rather than their flock was
contrasted with the way the Lord would shepherd Israel
(Ez 34,1-16) in the prophetic literature: “I myself will be
the shepherd of my sheep, and I will make them lie down,
says the Lord God. I will seek the lost, and I will bring back
the strayed, and I will bind up the crippled, and I will
strengthen the weak; and the fat and the strong I will
destroy. I will feed them with justice” (vv.15-16).
Employing the metaphor of ‘shepherd’ from the Hebrew
Bible and the Jewish pastoral life, Jesus illustrates the
approach of the Father towards sinners and affirms divine
mercy and compassion.
The shepherds normally count their sheep at the close of the
day to ascertain all have returned home and are accounted
for. Since sheep by their very nature are very ‘social’, it is
common that an isolated sheep from the herd can easily be
lost or deserted. No shepherd, who is in charge of one
hundred sheep, which either belong to him or to his owner
ever likes to lose his sheep, rather he takes great care not to
lose one, for he knows that he is answerable to his owner, if
any sheep disappear. In the parable, the love of the shepherd
towards his lost sheep consists in the choice that he has to
make, which appears to be irrational and illogical—leaving
the ninety-nine sheep in the desert to look for a missing one
without any certainty that he would find the lost one, while
risking the rest of the ninety-nine. Looking for the lost one
in the craggy hillsides of Palestine was and even today is
not an easy task. Yet, the shepherd acts and consequently,
his persistence pays off. He finds the lost sheep, lays it on
his shoulders and rejoices. In the story, getting ‘lost’ is an
act of the sheep, perhaps not a ‘conscious’ act; but searching and finding the ‘lost’ becomes evidently the ‘deliberate’
and ‘conscious’ act of the shepherd. So, such an act of
‘seeking’ and ‘finding’ certainly gives joy to the shepherd;
it spills over to his friends and neighbors in great
‘rejoicing.’ The shepherd’s grief and anxiety is thus turned
into joy, when he finds the lost one and restores it to the
fold.
This parable demonstrates that joyful God cannot rejoice at
the loss of his own; rather his mercy culminates in search
for the sinner or the lost one. He desires that all be saved
and restored to fellowship with him. This does not mean
that a person needs to be lost in order to be found or to be
sought by God. However, when he or she is, God risks
everything in order to find the lost one. Initiative comes
from the Divine Shepherd. In other words, the grace for
conversion and repentance comes from God and they are
not the result or consequence of our human efforts.
September 11, 2016
(619) 940-6193
We’ve been working for the
past several months putting
a Mental Health Ministry
team together to serve our
parish. Our team has had
specific training that will
help us to help you find the
resources and guidance
you or a family member may need in dealing
with mental health issues. To help in this effort
and to connect to you directly, we have
established a specific St. Didacus Parish
Mental Health Ministry phone line.
Our St. Didacus Mental Health Ministry phone
line is officially live on Tuesday, September
13th. The phone line will connect you with a
member of our team. If we're not able to
answer your call immediately, you can leave a
message, and we will call you back within 24
hours. (In an emergency, please call 911.)
We look forward, by God's grace, to being
able to help you navigate what's next for you
and/or your loved one. We are here to offer
encouragement, prayer, and practical support.
This day marks the 15th
anniversary of the
September 11, 2001 terrorist
attacks on our nation. Please
take some time to remember
those who died, and the
heroes who responded with
compassion and mercy.
“Remembering it over and over, my soul is downcast. But
this I will call to mind; therefore I will hope: The LORD’s
acts of mercy are not exhausted, his compassion is not
spent; They are renewed each morning—great is your
faithfulness!”
—Lamentations 3:20-23
“I am always struck when I reread the
parable of the merciful Father. ... The
Father, with patience, love, hope and mercy,
had never for a second stopped thinking about
his wayward son, and as soon as he sees him
still far off, he runs out to meet him and
embraces him with tenderness, the
tenderness of God, without a word of reproach. ... God is always
waiting for us, He never grows tired. Jesus shows us this merciful
patience of God so that we can regain confidence and hope —
always!”
— Pope Francis, Homily on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 7, 2013
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September 11, 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:
General Collection, September 4, 2016:
Deficit for the week of September 4, 2016:
$7,155.00
$5,356.00
—$1,799.00
Building Fund—September 4, 2016:
$2,139.00
Our Heavenly Father gives us everything, including the chance to share in His eternal kingdom.
Yet, like the Prodigal Son we are often lured away by the materialism of our society. Do we really want to turn our backs on all
that God offers in exchange for a material wealth that has no lasting value?
Mass Intentions
Saturday………….........September 10
5:00PM………...…...…..†Sean McQuilken
Sunday………….....…...September 11
8:30AM...…...……….….Rita Yturralde, Spec. Int.
10:00AM……….....…….†William Hanna
11:30AM...………..…….People of St. Didacus
Monday………………...September 12
7:30AM………………….Morzinski Family, Spec. Int.
Tuesday………..…..…..September 13
6:00PM…….….…….….†Manuel & Enrica Alcazar
Wednesday…….......….September 14
8:30AM……...……....….Ornelas Family, Spec. Int.
Thursday………...…….September 15
7:30AM……..….…..…..†Juanita Ibarra
Friday…………...……...September 16
7:30AM...………….…....†Alberto Platas
Saturday………….........September 17
5:00PM………...…...…..†Bartolomea Pedron
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Monday, September 12, 2016
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Youth Night
6:30pm
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
7:30-8:30am
Religious Education
5:30pm
Men’s Prayer Group
7:00pm
90th Anniv. Planning Meeting 7:00pm
Thursday, September 15, 2016
RCIA
7:00pm
Pastoral Council
7:00pm
Friday, September 16, 2016
Encuentro Matrimonial
7:00pm
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Scouts
3:00-4:30pm
Eucharistic Adoration
3:30-5:00pm
Marriage Encounter
7:00-9:00pm
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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
Martha Becerra
Bob Bellesi
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
Marilyn Kober
Elizabeth La Costa
Virginia Lantry
Lou Lepis
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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September 11, 2016
Baptism Classes for September
English: Thursday September 22nd @
7pm in the hall
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
Spanish: Saturday, September 24th @
10am in the hall
284-8730
Next Sunday we
celebrate Catechetical
Sunday to acknowledge all
those who teach our children about our faith. The
8th grade class and their
families will be kicking off
the school’s first “Family
Mass” at the 10am Sunday
Mass. They will be here as
lectors and ushers. The
school choir will also be here to sing at that Mass. A representative
from the school will be selling gift cards after the Sunday Masses
next weekend, too!
Mark your calendars for
the school’s annual
FALL FESTIVAL!
Saturday, October 22nd
This is one of the biggest fundraisers of the school year and
everyone is invited to share in the fun! We’ll have games,
entertainment and great food. Plan on joining us—we always
appreciate your support!
Religious Education
CLASSES BEGIN this week!
Please contact the Parish Office for information
on registering for the class.
The Ugly Truth about
Human Trafficking
Combating Human Trafficking
was declared by Pope Francis as
a moral imperative. It is modern
-day slavery that is both global
and local in its impact on human rights and public safety
and is a $32 billion-a-year global industry with San
Diego listed as a high intensity region. Recruitment of
young victims is taking place in schools, trolley stops,
social media and even Churches across San Diego
County.
You are invited to come and learn more on Saturday,
October 15th, 9am-11am in the California Room of
the St. Francis Center (lower level) at San Diego
Mission de Alcalá, to lear n about this issue from
experts like Chief Deputy District Attorney, Summer
Stephan, and survivor Tom Jones and more, and to
discuss ways that you can help in keeping the children,
community and future generations safe from victimization and exploitation of human trafficking. A Q&A
session will follow the presentation. Refreshments will
be served. This presentation is appropriate for adults and
teens. All are welcome.
Time is running out to visit Year of
Mercy holy doors. Visit St. Jude
Shrine of the West parish on Saturday, September 17th at 10am to take
part in their monthly Holy Door prayer
service. The last upcoming dates are:
Saturday, October 15th at noon and
Saturday, November 19th at 10am.
Wednesday, September 14th
5:30—7:00 pm in the School
Mark you calendars…
our Prayer Class begins again
on Tuesday, September 20th
at 10am in the Parish Hall.
Everyone is welcome!
We need help with
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION!
We need help with some Special Education
students studying for their 1st Communion
on Wednesdays from 5:30pm—7pm in the
School Auditorium. If you would like to volunteer or want
more information, contact Elena in the Parish Office.
Readings for the Week of September 11, 2016
Sun:
Ex 32:7-11, 13-14/Ps 51:3-4, 12-13, 17, 19/
1 Tm 1:12-17/Lk 15:1-32 or 15:1-10
1 Cor 11:17-26, 33/Ps 40:7-10, 17/Lk 7:1-10
1 Cor 12:12-14, 27-31a/Ps 100:1-5/Lk 7:11-17
Mon:
Tue:
Wed: Nm 21:4b-9/Ps 78:1-2, 34-38/Phil 2:6-11/Jn 3:13-17
Thu:
1 Cor 15:1-11/Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 28/Jn 19:25-27 or Lk 2:33-35
Fri:
1 Cor 15:12-20/Ps 17:1, 6-8, 15/Lk 8:1-3
Sat:
1 Cor 15:35-37, 42-49/Ps 56:10-14/Lk 8:4-15
Next Sunday:
Am 8:4-7/Ps 113:1-2, 4-8/1 Tm 2:1-8/Lk
16:1-13 or 16:10-13
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If you are 18 years of age
or older and are looking
to complete any of the
sacraments of Initiation
(Baptism, Confirmation
and 1st Communion,
please contact Elena Platas at the
Parish Office at 619-284-3472.
Countdown to our 90th
Mark you calendars to join us for
PARISH CLEAN-UP DAY
Saturday, October 15th
8am—noon
You’re invited to help us at the
parish to clean-up, fix-up, polish
& shine! We’ll tick off the items
on our “honey-do” list in
preparation for our parish
feast day celebration on
Sunday, November 6th!
Kid’s Corner
Great God, we are sinners. Sometimes
we get everything wrong. It is like we
are facing the wrong way, dreaming the
wrong dreams, working toward the
wrong goals. Turn us around so that we
face you, dream your dreams, work
toward your goals.
Great God we are sinners. Too often we are selfish—
grabbing the most food, the prettiest clothes, and the
coolest games for ourselves. Turn us around. Teach us to
share what we have. Give us generous hearts.
Great God, too often we think only of ourselves. We
think about what we want, we like and what we think.
Turn us around. Teach us to see all the people around
us. Help us recognize what people in our families and our
friends want and need and hope. Help us learn to take
care of them and their needs.
Great God, too often we dislike others. We dislike
people who are not like us. We dislike people who make
our lives even a little harder. We dislike people who get
in our way. We dislike people we just don’t know. Turn us
around. Teach us that people who are not just like us
are your children and worthy of our friendship. Show us
how to make friends with those who do not agree with
us.
Great God, we are sinners. We know it. We admit it and
we want to change. Turn us around to face you, to become your children, to be part of your kingdom. We ask
for your help in turning around, in Jesus’ name. Amen.
September 11, 2016
God’s Prodigality in Liturgy
There can be no more concrete expression of God’s lavish
mercy and love for us than in the celebration of liturgy’s
sacred mysteries, especially the Eucharist. God’s prodigality
(lavish or abundant extravagance) takes many special
symbolic forms during the Mass. Here are a few examples.
1. Intercessions. Always at Mass there are a number of
instances we are invited to pray for others—after the “Let
us pray” invitations, during the universal prayer (prayer of
the faithful), at the prayers for the living and dead during
the Eucharistic prayer, during the Our Father, in the quiet
meditation time after Communion. Our prayer for each
other is an aspect of discipleship and one way we express
the worth of all others.
2. Sign of Peace. The sign of peace
is an embrace given in compassion and love. GIRM (General
Instruction of the Roman Missal)
82 specifies that the sign of peace
is offered to those nearby. It
doesn’t say to family members and friends, but to those
nearby. We don’t judge whether a person is sinner or
saint, wealthy or poor, lost or found—we simply offer this
gift of peace because God has first given it to us. The
dignity of the sign indicates the dignity of both the giver
and receiver.
3. Communion. God invites us to the messianic banquet
where we rejoice and feast on the very Body and Blood of
God’s only-begotten Son. There is no discrimination in
how the line is formed and who may come; indeed, ministers are not to judge who may receive Holy Communion
but simply offer it to all those who come. Especially
important is the sign of the one bread and one cup, for in
the Body of Christ we are all beloved in God’s eyes.
—Living Liturgy
Next WEEKEND!
Faith in Healing
a Half-day
Conference
Offered by the San Diego
Diocesan Mental Health
Network and its 20
member parishes—
of which St. Didacus is one!
Saturday, September 17, 2016
8:30am to 12:30pm
Saint Michael Catholic Church in Poway
15546 Pomerado Road, Poway, CA 92108
Register and learn more about the conference at:
www.SocialMinistrySanDiego.com
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XXIV Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
(619) 940-6193
El Ministerio de Salud Mental de nuestra parroquia, les hace saber nuestra
línea telefónica de ayuda 619-9406193, estará activa oficialmente a
partir del 13 de septiembre. Si no estamos disponibles al momento de su
llamada, por favor deje un mensaje y le llamaremos en el transcurso de 24 horas. (si es una emergencia por favor llame al
911). Con la gracia de Dios, seguiremos adelante para buscar
lo que es bueno para usted y sus seres queridos. Nuestro ministerio esta aquí para ofrecer motivación, oración y apoyo
practico.
Sanación a través
de la Fe
Conferencia de
Medio día
Presentado por la Red de Salud
Mental de la Diócesis de San Diego y las 20 parroquias
que pertenecen a este ministerio incluyendo San Didacus
Sábado, 17 de septiembre 2016
8:30 am a 12:30 pm
Iglesia Católica San Miguel en Poway
15546 Pomerado Road, Poway, CA 92108
Por favor registrarse para obtener más información sobre la conferencia en:
www.SocialMinistrySanDiego.com
Este día marca el 15⁰ Aniversario de los
ataques del 11 de septiembre. Por favor tómese el tiempo para recordar a
los que murieron, y los héroes que respondieron con compasión y misericordia. No temas, porque yo estoy contigo; no desmayes, porque yo soy tu Dios que siempre te ayudaré, siempre te sustentaré con la diestra de mi
justicia. (Isaías 41:10)
INICIAN LAS CLASES DEL CATECISMO
Miércoles, 14 de Septiembre
5:30—7 PM en la escuela
4630 34th St.
San Diego Ca 92116
En el auditorio de la escuela
11 de septiembre, 2016
Parábola del padre
Misericordioso
Con gestos y palabras
Jesús expresa su predilección por aquellas personas
que en su época eran consideradas “perdidas” a
causa del pecado. La cercanía y el cariño manifestado hacia ellos era motivo de crítica por parte de
quienes se erigían como garantes de la fe y la religión. Jesús justifica su manera de proceder dándonos a conocer lo que aprendió de su Padre. Sus
palabras nos ayudan a entender que su vida es un
reflejo del corazón de Dios.
La parábola de “un padre que tenía dos hijos”
revela a Dios como un Padre que venera a sus hijos con amor entrañable. La compasión, la misericordia y la ternura son sus notas más características. El relato nos hace saber que Dios ama a sus
hijos, que los acompaña en sus decisiones y sufre
sus yerros; que aguarda esperanzado y con ansias
su regreso; efusivo en sus demostraciones de cariño; que festeja con alegría el momento del reencuentro. ¿Qué habrán sentido los oyentes de la parábola al oír estas palabras? ¿Qué habrán experimentado al saber que Dios estaba contento por
reencontrarse con los pecadores, tanto tiempo excluidos de la mesa fraterna? ¿Con qué personajes
de la parábola se habrán identificado? ¿Qué habrán pensado unos y otros? ¿Era posible que Dios
actuase así con todos? ¿Era necesario dejar en evidencia el reproche y la amargura de aquellos que
creían conocer a Dios, pero se daban cuenta que
habían errado también ellos en el modo?
Marque su calendario
Festival de Otoño de la
escuela
Sábado, 22 de octubre
Esta es una de nuestras mayores recaudaciones de dinero del año escolar y los invitamos a compartir en la diversión. Tendremos
juegos, entretenimiento y excelente comida.
Acompáñenos, siempre les agradecemos su
apoyo y la compra de boletos para nuestra
rifa.
El próximo domingo es el Domingo Catequético. Les pedimos oración por nuestros catequista.
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