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DVD Presentation Thursday, November 8th 7-8
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The Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
“You are not far from the
kingdom of God.”
Jesus is our ultimate leader. He
sets us on the path of the kingdom
and gives us all the teaching we
need to follow him to that destination. He tells us that the first commandment is the best and
only one we need: From the commandment to love and
obey God, all other laws and prophecies are derived.
If we want to know how to live, love God. And if we need
particular direction for a special situation, move in the
direction of love. And if decisions need to be made, choose
love. And if suffering comes, cling to love and not to fear
and bitterness. When we’re lost, call out for love’s guidance. When death is near, believe in love and we will see it
face to face. The guidelines for kingdom living are clear,
simple, and compact. If it seems murky, it’s because we’re
not paying attention. Those who remain close to the roots
of love in every aspect of their lives and draw all their
decisions from its source are happy, peaceful, centered
people. We know full well all the alternative lifestyles and
their results.
—exploring the Sunday Readings
NEXT SUNDAY! Celebrate our
Parish Feast Day & our 86th Anniversary
at “Guess What’s for Dinner?”
Sunday, November 11th
Here’s the scoop: Games start at 4pm, dinner at
5pm and the most fun part—the raffle at 6pm.
Almost everyone is a winner!!
You don’t want to miss this fun event—everyone who
attends will get a free raffle ticket to enter for great
prizes like toys, gift cards, DVD’s and lots more!
We will have a potluck dinner. The parish will
provide the dessert. Please bring a dish that will
serve 5 people from the categories listed for your last
name:
A-M—Main Dish
N-Z—Side Dish/Salad
Bring your raffle prize donations
to the parish office this week!
The BIG DAY is here! Let
your voice be heard! Vote on
Tuesday, November 6th!
November 4, 2012
ALERT:
“YEAR of FAITH”
EVENT!
“Catholicism” DVD Presentation
Thursday, November 8th 7-8:30pm
in the Parish Hall
Join us as we rediscover our common faith on a journey around the
world and deep into our faith
through “Catholicism.” With
creator and host Father Robert
Barron, you will learn what
Catholics believe and why, while
being immersed in the art,
architecture, literature, beliefs, and
practices of the Catholic tradition. Filmed in 50 locations
throughout 15 countries, the Catholicism DVD series is
on-location and in the streets illustrating the splendor of
the global Church.
We will meet on the second Thursday each month at
7:00pm to watch an episode of this 10-part series.
Following the video presentation, we’ll gather in small
groups to discuss the topic of the evening.
Join us for episode 2: “Happy Are We: The teachings of
Jesus.” The revelation of Jesus as God is accompanied
by a stunning invitation to a unique new way of life, explained in the teachings of Jesus. To every generation,
the words of Jesus have proven fascinating, disorienting, sometimes confounding, deeply transformative, and
always unforgettable. Father Barron highlights the Beatitudes, the path of non-violence and lessons of forgiveness, care for the poor and our relationship with God as
presented in the parables. Jesus’ teachings are illuminated during Fr. Barron’s pilgrimages to Poland, Germany, Spain and New York City. Commentaries at
these sites also show how the Catholic Church is a
living culture, which gives witness to the inviolable
dignity of the human person.
These evenings are open to everyone of the parish as a
chance to delve deeper into the Catholic religion during
this “Year of Faith.” Come as you can—each episode is
its own entity and does not need to be viewed in
conjunction with the others. If you have any questions,
please contact Elena in the Parish Office.
“Love God, serve God: everything is in that.”
—St. Claire of Assisi
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The Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Intentions
Saturday...……………..November 3
9:00AM………………...Yolanda Flores, Spec. Int.
5:00PM…………….......†Sharron K. Smith
Sunday……………..…..November 4
8:30AM……………......†James Lee Calfee
10:00AM…...………..†Antonino & Giovanna Tarantino
11:30AM…………….....People of St. Didacus
Monday………………...November 5
7:30AM…………….......†William Sue
Tuesday………..…..….November 6
6:00PM…………..….....†Hat Nguyen
Wednesday………..….November 7
8:30AM………..……….†Gert Mozet
Thursday………...…….November 8
7:30AM……………..….†Gert Mozet
Friday…………....……..November 9
7:30AM ……………......†Gert Mozet
Saturday...……………..November 10
5:00PM…………….......†Amelia Martinez
Readings for the Week of November 4, 2012
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Next Sunday:
Dt 6:2-6/Heb 7:23-28/Mk 12:28b-34
Phil 2:1-4/Lk 14:12-14
Phil 2:5-11/Lk 14:15-24
Phil 2:12-18/Lk 14:25-33
Phil 3:3-8a/Lk 15:1-10
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12/1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17/
Jn 2:13-22
Phil 4:10-19/Lk 16:9-15
1 Kgs 17:10-16/Heb 9:24-28/
Mk 12:38-44 or 12:41-44
Americans are especially proud this year of the two newly
canonized saints from this country St. Kateri Tekakwitha and
St. Marianne Cope. Their canonization is a good time to recall
that we, too, are called to be saints . . . that’s the universal call to
holiness. Especially during this Year of Faith, we can learn more
about these role models and how we can imitate their actions in
our daily lives.
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
November 4, 2012
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Location
Cub Scout Pancake Breakfast after 8:30 & 10am Masses
School Book Fair Begins
Barnes & Noble Hazard Center
Monday, November 5, 2012
Location
Pasorela Practice
6:30-9:00pm Hall
Small Faith V
7:00pm
Winona
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Location
Hall Used for Polling Place Today– Go and vote!
Small Faith IV
7:00pm
Hawley
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Location
Eucharistic Adoration
7:30am-8:30am Church
Altar Society
noon-2:00pm Hall
Religious Ed
5:30-7:00pm School
Youth Discipleship
6:00-8:00pm Hall
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Location
Small Faith I & II
6:30pm
Hall
Spanish Choir
6:30-8:00pm Church
Adult Ed & RCIA
7:00pm
Hall
Friday, November 9, 2012
Location
Cub Scouts/Webelos I
Encuentro Matrimonial
Saturday, November 10, 2012
noon-2:00pm
7:30-9:00pm
Hall
Hall
Location
GIFTS OF
OUR TREASURY
THE WEEK OF October 28, 2012
Collection for October 28, 2012
Restricted Funds for October 28, 2012
Total Income:
$3,933.00
$1,194.00
$5,127.00
Please Pray For
Maria Luz Arrellano
Jim Barnes
Herbert Baxter
Rita Bonnell
Herminia Brignoni
Ibeth Brignoni
Lee Burnett
Loretta Calfee
Ruben Campos
Marie Cavanaugh
Connie Craig
Bob & Josie Demers
Bart Diaz
Juanita Diaz
Fred Dueber
Clyde Elkins
Maria Fielding
Susan Guenzel
Rosie Kinninger
Marcella Halweg
Maria Koter
Berta Long
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
Ron Scinocca
Patricia Seay
Christine Segura
Terrie Small
Michael Smith
Raymond Sparks
Helen Treat
Therese Tucker
Pat Weaver
Sue Walker
Beverly Wolf
Catarina Zizzo
Adalina Zarate
And the special intentions in our Book of Needs
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The Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
284-8730
St. Didacus
School’s
Barnes and Noble
Bookfair starts
this SUNDAY,
Nov. 4th at Barnes
and Noble in
Hazard Center!
Teachers will be reading through the afternoon, starting at 1:00pm. Choir sings at 2.
Thank you for supporting our school!
Cub Scouts of America — Pack 958’s
Pancake Breakfast
is on Sunday after both the 8:30 & 10:00am
Masses. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds
benefit the St. Didacus Food Pantry.
November 4, 2012
Altar Society Meeting
Wednesday, November 7th
12:00-2:00pm in the Hall
All women of the parish are invited to
attend this luncheon meeting.
Any questions? Call Teri Scinocca at
619-851-8628.
Baptism Classes for November
English: Thursday, November 15 @
7pm in the hall
Spanish: Saturday, November 17 @
10am in the hall
You must register before attending the class.
Contact the Parish Office to register.
Works of Mercy Fair
Second Collection
Today we’re taking up a second collection
for our Building Improvement Fund.
Thank you for your generous donations!
Is it that time already? Yes!
FOOD PANTRY THANKSGIVNG BASKETS
The Food Pantry is collecting food for our
annual Thanksgiving Food Baskets.
gravy
Please leave your
boxed mashed potatoes
non-perishable
cranberry sauce
donations in the Food Pantry
canned yams
basket at the Church entrance by
marshmallows
Wed., Nov. 14th. If you are in need
canned
pumpkin
and would like to request a
canned fruit
Thanksgiving Basket, please call
canned
soup
Bernie Arreguin at 619-281-5387
bread mixes
by Monday, November 12th.
Von’s Gift Cards
If you’d like to volunteer to help us
put our baskets together, please join us on Wednesday,
November 14th at 5:30pm in the Parish Hall. Call Bernie with
any questions.
Saturday, November 17th
2:00-5:00pm in the Parish Hall
Teens and adults interested
in volunteering in our
Youth Ministry program are invited to this
special event. We’ll get a chance to hear from
many organizations in our community who work
to make a difference in people’s lives. You’ll also
have the chance to volunteer to serve in these
organizations. If you have any questions, please
contact Olivia Wright at 619-284-3472 or email
her at: [email protected]
BRING A PHOTO!
Show your community
spirit by bringing a photo
of you and/or your family
to add to our Spirit of St.
Didacus wall in the Parish
Hall. Photos should be
4”x6” or smaller. Our
parish feast day is next
Sunday—let’s fill that wall!
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The Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
YEAR of FAITH: Reflecting on Faith
“The condition of the modern world lends
greater urgency to this duty of the
Church; for while men of the present day
are drawn ever more closely together by
social, technological and cultural bonds,
it still remains for them to achieve full
unity in Christ.” (Lumen Gentium 1)
Do I let technology distract me from
focusing on my relationship with Christ?
Pray this week:
O God, who gathers what has been scattered, look
kindly on the flock your Son has gathered bringing all
into unity with Him who lives and reigns with you in the
unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.
Amen.
Kid’s Corner
Did you know there are 15,000
different kinds of rice? If God made
that many kinds of rice, imagine how
many different kinds of people he
made! Look at all the people you see
today. Each
one has a face with two eyes, a
nose, a mouth, and two ears—but
each face looks so different
from every other face! Isn’t it
wonderful that God’s creations
are so endlessly interesting!
—365 Fun Facts for Catholic Kids
Congratulations to Fr. Rubén Arceo
López on his recent appointment as
Rector/University President of the
Universidad Iberoamericana in Tijuana.
Our Spanish speaking community knows
Fr. Ruben very well as he regularly
celebrates our Spanish Mass here on
Sundays. We wish him all the best in his
new position.
November 4, 2012
It is with much gratitude that we recently
received two $1000
bequests. One came
from the estate of
Alice McDowell and
will be put toward our
bathroom remodels
Alice McDowell
in the Church. The
second came from
the estate of Dorothy Lamkin. That $1000
bequest will go toward our Religious
Education program. We are grateful to be
remembered in the wills of these parishioners. Please include Alice and Dorothy in
your prayers for their generosity to our
parish.
Catechism of the Catholic Church
The Christian faith is not a “religion of
the book.” Christianity is the religion of
the “Word” of God, a word which
is...incarnate and living.”
(Saint Bernard, S. missus est hom. 4, 11:PL 183, 86). (CCC 108)
The First Commandment of the
Law of Moses makes us aware
of a basic principle of our
Catholic Faith: that there is no
other god besides the Lord our
God. Why then do we set up
anything in place of him? It is a
danger then to see anything in
this life, including the Bible, the
inspired words of our Lord God,
as an end in itself, or to understand the practice of
our religion as a matter of memorizing verses of
Sacred Scripture. Christianity is not a religion of
words gathered together, but rather the religion of
the Word of God who became man for our salvation,
and in fact gathers us to himself. Christianity is the
religion that begins here on earth our eternal life in
heaven.
The Word of God makes this possible by speaking
to us, by revealing himself to us so that by the power
of the Holy Spirit we might come to know the Father,
just as the Word, the eternal Son of the Father,
knows him. The Father spoke to us before Christ
with words of prophecy and promise, but in Christ
we find the definitive Word of all fulfillment.
—Father James M. Sullivan, O.P.
Magnificat Year of Faith Companion
If you’d like to order your own copy of the Magnificat
Year of Faith Companion, call them at 866-273-5215 or
order online at www.magnificat.com
Pagina 6
XXXI Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario
4 de noviembre de 2012
Vengan a celebrar nuestra Fiesta Patronal y
El 86 Aniversario de San Didacus
" ¿ Adivina qué hay de cenar? "
Les daremos una probadita: Los juegos para los niños comenzaran a las 4 pm,
la cena será a las 5 pm y lo mejor la rifa a las 6pm. Todos ganan. Usted no se querrá perder
este divertido evento, todos los asistentes recibirán un boleto gratis para entrar a la rifa, los
premios son juguetes, tarjetas de regalo, DVD, joyería y mucho más.
domingo 11 de Noviembre
Tendremos una cena compartida.
La parroquia ofrecerá el postre.
Por favor traiga un platillo para compartir con 5 personas de las
siguientes categorías enumeradas por su apellido:
A-M-Comida principal
Amar a Dios y al prójimo con todo el
corazón, con toda el alma, con todo el ser.
Un escriba se acerca a Jesús. No viene a
tenderle una trampa. Tampoco a discutir con
él. En su corazón se ha despertado una pregunta: “¿Qué mandamiento es el primero de todos?”
Jesús entiende muy bien lo que siente aquel hombre. El
escriba está pensando en un Dios que tiene poder de mandar.
Jesús le coloca ante un Dios cuya voz hemos de escuchar.
Jesús habla de amar “con todo el corazón, con toda el alma, con
todo el ser”. Jesús añade, todavía, algo que el escriba no ha
preguntado. Este amor a Dios es inseparable del amor al prójimo. Sólo se puede amar a Dios amando al hermano. De lo contrario, el amor a Dios es mentira. ¿Cómo vamos a amar al Padre
sin amar a sus hijos e hijas? Con frecuencia, tendemos a confundir el amor a Dios con las prácticas religiosas y el fervor, ignorando el amor práctico y solidario a quienes viven excluidos
por la sociedad. Pero, ¿qué hay de verdad en nuestro amor a Dios
si vivimos de espaldas a los que sufren?
Felicitaciones al P. Rubén López Arceo por
su reciente nombramiento como Rector /
Presidente de la Universidad Iberoamericana de Tijuana. P. Rubén te deseamos todo
lo mejor en tu nuevo cargo y que Dios te
sigan llenando de bendiciones.
Gracias por tu ministerio sacerdotal.
N-Z– Ensalada
Feria de las Obras de
Misericordia
Sábado 17 de noviembre
2:00-5:00 PM
el Salón Parroquial
Los invitamos a los adolescentes y adultos que estén interesados en ser
voluntarios en nuestro programa de jóvenes los
invitamos a participar en este evento especial.
Vamos a tener la oportunidad de escuchar a muchas organizaciones en nuestra comunidad que
trabajan para hacer la diferencia en las vidas de
muchas personas. Usted también tendrá la oportunidad de ser voluntario para servir en estas
organizaciones. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta,
por favor póngase en contacto con Olivia
Wright en 619-284-3472 o a su correo electrónico [email protected]
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