Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa

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Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Pro Cathedral
Founded September 1, 1772
A Eucharistic Community
striving to live out the Gospel of Jesus Christ
guided by the power of the Holy Spirit
Loving and open, faith-filled and prayerful,
gracious stewards, passionate about the needs of others
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time • August 7, 2011
FEAST OF FAITH •
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus: Song of Heaven
The words of the Sanctus are rooted in the scriptures. They
recall the song of the seraphim in the prophet Isaiah’s vision of
God in majesty: “Seraphim were stationed above; each of them
had six wings: with two they veiled their faces, with two they
veiled their feet, and with two they hovered aloft. ‘Holy, holy,
holy is the LORD of hosts!’ they cried one to the other. ‘All the
earth is filled with his glory!’ “ (Isaiah 6:2-3). They recall the
Gospel accounts of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem: “Hosanna to
the Son of David; blessed is he who comes in the name of the
Lord; hosanna in the highest” (Matthew 21:9). Yet the liturgy
adds something new to these ancient texts. The seraphim sang,
“the earth is filled with his glory.” But the liturgy proclaims,
“heaven and earth are full of your glory.” In the Eucharist, earth
and heaven meet. For a moment in time, we join in the song that
the angels sing for all time. The Sanctus raises us to heaven, but
does not remove us from the earth. It is the song of the King
who took on our human flesh so that we might share in his
divine life.
--Corinna Laughlin, (c) Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
FIESTA DE LA FE • Dudas naturales
Es común que muchos cristianos vean la Eucaristía como
un signo y no como una presencia real, dudan de que Cristo
esté verdaderamente presente en el pan y el vino. La duda es
natural y puede ser un buen medio para llegar a la verdad. La
narración de la Institución está ligada a una tradición viva que
los apóstoles escucharon directamente de labios de Jesús. ¡Sí! El
mismo que había caminado sobre el agua, que había perdonado
pecados, sanado enfermos de todo tipo; el mismo que había
dado de comer a las multitudes y que había resucitado a Lázaro.
Jesús el que se había transfigurado en la cima del monte. Por si
todos sus milagros fueran pocos, el mismo que fue resucitado
por Dios de entre los muertos. Ese mismo les había dicho:
“esto es mi cuerpo, que será entregado por ustedes”; además
dijo: “este es el cáliz de mi Sangre, sangre de la alianza nueva
y eterna que será derramada por vosotros y por todos los
hombres para el perdón de los pecados. Hagan esto en memoria
mía”. Por esa “sencilla” razón los cristianos no sólo celebramos
la Eucaristía, sino que también creemos firmemente que el pan
es su Cuerpo y el cáliz contiene su Sangre.
--Miguel Arias, (c) Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
Parish Center
Administration
Rev. Russell Brown, Pastor
Rev. Braulio Valencia, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Msgr. Joseph Stieger, In Residence
Deacon Chuck M. Roeder, Permanent Deacon
Mr. James D. Childs,
Principal Mission College Prep
Ms. Tina Ballantyne,
Principal Old Mission Elementary
Office
751 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone: (805) 781-8220 Fax (805) 781-8214
E-mail: offi[email protected]
Website: www.missionsanluisobispo.org
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Wednesdays Noon to 5 pm
Chapel Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am to 4 pm
Mass Schedule
Saturday
7:00 am, and 5:30 pm Vigil
Sunday
English: 7:00 am, 9:00 am,
11:00 am and 6:00 pm
Spanish: 12:45 pm and 7:30 pm
Weekdays
7:00 am and 12:10 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 4:00 pm
Confessions end when there is no one left waiting.
The Week of August 7, 2011
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Sunday, August 21, 2011
A Day to Celebrate Our Heritage
and Honor the Feast of
of our Patron,
St. Louis, Bishop of Toulouse
Saturday
August 6
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sunday
August 7
19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
NO Coffee, Donuts & Bagels -until Sept.
Monday
August 8
5:45 pm Rosary Group -Chapel
Tuesday
1 2:00 noon to 3:00 pm
Immediately following a special 11:00 am Bilingual Mass
in the Parish Hall and Gardens
(Note: The 12:45 pm Spanish Mass will be cancelled
cancelled this day)
Chicken BBQ (Free will offering)
Padre Junipero Serra, aka actor
Bruce Buonauro, will engage
audiences with humor, historical
facts, and a twist of good fun at
1:00 pm in the Mission Church.
Volunteers Needed
Parish Picnic
Sunday, August 21st
We are looking for volunteers to
set up and take down the day of
the picnic.
Baked Goods and
Lemons needed!
We are in need of baked
goods for desserts and fresh
lemons to make lemonade at
our Parish Picnic.
Please contact the Parish
Office, 781-8220.
Walk for Life Central Coast
An Evening with Fr. Pat Martin
There will be a fundraiser Spaghetti Dinner with Live
Auction on August 15th at 6 pm in the Old Mission
SLO Parish Hall to benefit this year’s Walk For Life
Central Coast. Cost: $20 for adults or $50 for family.
Wine will be available. Seating limited, call 805-239-1597
or 805-461-5358 for tickets.
Fr. Pat is one of 22 children, has been legally blind since the age of nine,
and for more than 30 years has shared in over 800 parishes on God’s Love
in Our Broken Lives. His web site is www.awildcanary.com. See also
www.walkforlifecc.com. Donations can be made to Walk for Life Central
Coast, P.O. Box 615, Atascadero, CA 93422.
Feed the Hungry
Old Mission Parish is committed to “feeding the hungry” on the second
Friday of each month. VOLUNTEER needed 2 - 3 hours a month to
help coordinate with Terri Morris. Please call Terri at 543-0802.
Wednesday
August 9
August 10
1 pm Scripture Study -Serra Room
Thursday
August 11
Friday
August 12
Saturday
August 13
9 am Catholic Daughters -Parish Hall
4 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sunday
August 14
20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
NO Coffee, Donuts & Bagels -until Sept.
Our
Weekly Offering
12,500
The Old Mission Budget
requires $9,500.00 per week
to meet expenses.
10,500
The collection for
Sunday, July 31, 2011
was $ 8,138.00 *
*includes $ 560.00 Electronic Funds
Transfer donations this week.
We thank you for your continued
support and generosity.
11,500
9,500
8,500
7,500
6,500
9 am Mass
Coffee & Donuts
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Volunteers are needed to help serve
coffee and donuts after the 9 AM mass
during the school year. September will
be here before you know it and we are
getting our schedule set up. There is only
a commitment of four Sundays per
year. Families are especially
welcome and children enjoy
participating. Please call
the office at 781-8220.
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
An Evening at the M ission
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The Little Ones
Jim Burrows
Join us on
Saturday, August 20, 2011
This Year’s Honorees:
Eunice and Jack Pierce
Susan Janda
Raffle,
e, Live and Silent Auctions
Auctioneer - Gil Stork
Entertainment - The “Early Music Chorale”
M enu
After the fire there was a tiny whispering sound.
When he heard this, Elijah hid his face in his cloak
and went and stood at the entrance of the cave.
Appetizer
1 Kgs 19:12-13
Salami with Manchego Cheese • Grilled Zucchini
Mini Quiche • Parmesan Pesto • Assorted Olives
READINGS FOR THIS WEEK
D inner
Listen and remember through Word and Bread
Sun, Aug 7: 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-13a; Ps 85; Rom 9:1-5; Mt 14:22-33
Mon, Aug 8: Dt 10:12-22; Mt 17:22-27
Tue, Aug 99: Dt 31:1-8; Mt 18:1-5, 10, 12-14
10: 2 Cor 9:6-10; Jn 12:24-26
Wed, Aug 10
11: Jos 3:7-10a, 11, 13-17; Mt 18:21 -- 19:1
Thur, Aug 11
12: Jos 24:1-13; Mt 19:3-12
Fri, Aug 12
13: Jos 24:14-29; Mt 19:13-15
Sat, Aug 13
14: Is 56:1,6-7; Ps 67; Rom 11:13-15,29-32; Mt 15:21-28
Sun, Aug 14
Salad Catalane
(Green tomatoes, cucumber, peppers, capers,
roasted garlic, eggplant, zucchini and tuna with
a vinagrette or creamy basil vinagrette dressing)
Braised Beef Short Ribs
Vegetables and Potatoes
(Served Basque Family Style)
Fresh Baked Bread
Chocolate Cake with Berries and Ice Cream
(Served in a Martini Glass)
Beverage
D essert
©2011 Jim Burrows [email protected]
Starting at 5:30 pm
for a catered sit-down dinner
Catered by “Et Voila!”
Served in the
Old Mission Parish Hall and Veranda.
Tickets for the La Mesa Dinner
are going fast!
If you are planning on joining us for this fun
event, call to get your ticket before it is too late.
Wine • Coffee • Tea • Lemonade
Cost:: $100.00 per person
Cost
(Reserved Seating)
Tickets available at: Mission Parish Office
751 Palm Street
Or you may charge by phone: 781-8220
Weekdays 9 am - 5 pm (Wednesdays Noon to 5 pm)
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
La Mesa de Los Padres Dinner
Proceeds will be used for the
The Table of the Padres
Update and Renovation of our Parish Hall
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
La Mesa de Los Padres Dinner
We are looking for volunteers to assist us with
this year’s event. Contact Corina Onato in the
Parish Office, 781-8220 x20
Desks for Sale
We have two wood office desks we are no longer
using. If you are interested, please call the
Parish Office, 781-8220. $25 each or best offer.
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Initials in italics indicate scheduled Presider.
SATURDAY August 6
7:00 (JS) †Bob Sadowski
†Octavia Calonico
5:30 (BV) †Charles & Gina Pasquini
†Octaira Thompson
†Steven Lowry
SUNDAY August 7
19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 (RB) †Patti Moerman
†Mr & Mrs Jose Koo & Family
†William Jeong
†Lorraine P & Barbara Jo Heinsen
†Ernest Firpo
9:00 (RB) †Ann Caracci
†Gumersindo & Paulina Wamar
11:00 (RB) Int of Hunter Lillis
†Pantaleon Silva
12:45 (BV) †Juan M. Ortiz
6:00 (BV) Intention of Parishioners
7:30 (BV) †Encarnacion Velez
MONDAY August 8
7:00 (JN) †Octavia Thompson Calonico
Int of Savannah Potter
12:10 (RB) †France Cattaneo
†Junior Brady
TUESDAY August 9
7:00 (JN) †Patti Moerman
12:10 (RB) Int of Leonardo and Bainey Diaz
Int of Santiago Diaz
WEDNESDAY August 10
7:00 (RB) †Dan Ryan
†LaVerne Osborne
12:10 (JN) †Tranquilino Coronel
Int of Charito Diaz
THURSDAY August 11
7:00 (JN) †Edward Carija
12:10 (JS) Int of Mary Motzkin
†Cecilio Tejera & Maria Duffau
FRIDAY August 12
7:00 (JS) †Patti Moerman
†Hilda Ferrini
12:10 (JN) Int of Jens Wagner
†Leota Wing
SATURDAY August 13
7:00 (JS) †John “Jack” Kellerman
5:30 (RB) †Joe & Lena Parotti
Int of Brian Garris
SUNDAY August 14
20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 (JS) †Jack Farris
†Burkely Towle
†Mr & Mrs Jose Koo & Family
†William Jeong
†Lorraine P. Heinsen
†Barbara Jo Heinsen
9:00 (JS) Int of Loretta Wagner
†Cliff Baker
11:00 (RB) Int of Richard & Alice Nagle
-50th Anniversary
12:45 (RB) Intention of Parishioners
6:00 (RB) †Mary Flor Serpa, Family & Friends
7:30 (RB) Intention of Parishioners
Confused Catholic?
Inactive Catholic?
Alienated Catholic?
An Invitation to Consider
COMING HOME
AGAIN
What’s Happening
for Adults
1. Reflect about your
experiences of hearing
God speak in “tiny
voices” rather than in the
winds and earthquakes of
life. In what ways do you take the
time to be quiet and still, in order
to hear God’s voice in the depths of
your own conscience?
2. Looking to know Christ better
through the sacraments of
Baptism, Confirmation and
Eucharist? Know someone who
might want to inquire into the
Catholic faith? Call Terry for
more info.
3. Save the date: Adult faith
formation sessions about the
new missal and how it will
affect us at mass - here at
Mission SLO. Third Tuesday of
the month, beginning Aug. 16,
at 6 pm in the parish hall.
See you then!
For information on any of these Adult
Faith Formation topics please contact:
Terry Burrows at 781-8220 ext. 15 or
[email protected]
(We’ve missed you.)
If you’ve been away from the church
or are drifting away from it,
if you’ve been hurt by the church,
or are confused or angry
because of your Catholic experience,
please consider our invitation
to come and talk with us.
If you are an active Catholic
who would like to assist with this ministry,
we welcome your help.
LANDINGS
Mission San Luis Obispo
Jack Pierce • 541-4464
Infant Baptism:
Registered parishioners may call
781-8220, x35 for information and
dates about baptism for their children.
Note: (Next Spanish class will be Sept 5
Next English Class will be Aug 28)
Scripture Study
Scripture study meets on
Wednesdays at 1:00 pm, following
the 12:10 Mass, in the Serra Room.
The group will follow the established
format of reading and discussing
the following Sunday scripture.
Misalettes and other materials will
be provided. Any questions? Please
call the parish office, 781-8220.
Old Mission School
Old Mission Catholic
School is dedicated to
the development of
socially responsible
citizens for the twentyfirst century who are spiritually
empowered, academically enriched,
and morally accountable for their
actions. For more information or to
obtain an application, please visit our
website at www.oldmissionschool.com
or call 543-6019. Come see us. We have
a few openings, and we have financial
assistance. A Catholic education is an
advantage for life.
Mission Parish Social
Justice Ministry meets
first Tuesday of every month.
7 pm in the Youth Center.
The United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops
has urged us to take an active
role in supporting comprehensive
immigration reform. There are
presently bills in Congress which
deal with immigration enforcement
that are contrary to Church teaching.
To find out more about the bills that
deal with immigration check out the
Catholic Bishops’ website
www.justiceforimmigrants.org.
Click the Home page to get
information on how you can contact
President Obama and Congress to
encourage them to undertake just
and comprehensive immigration
reform. It will only take a few
minutes. Your input is important in
reforming our immigration policies.
GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT!!!
COME AND SEE WHAT SPIRITUAL
DIRECTION CAN DO FOR YOU!
RENEW & REFRESH
YOURSELF BY
AWAKENING THE
LIGHT OF CHRIST
WITHIN YOU!
It is also called Spiritual
Companioning… which is the getting
together with a Director (or mentor),
who has spent time in a formation
process, to share your journey of
faith in a safe environment.
Spiritual Directors @ Old Mission
can be found on the website
www.missionsanluisobispo.org
or
call the Mission Office...781-8220
The first visit is always free. Give it
a try and see what it is all about! We
follow an ethical code and keep all
information shared confidential.
LA VOZ LATINA
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Decimonovento Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
ACTIVIDADES DE LA SEMANA
Domingo 7: Decimonoveno Domingo Del Tiempo Ordinario
Misa 12:45 pm y 7:30 pm
Lunes 8-9: Pequeñas Comunidades 7:00 pm
Sábado 13: Servicio de Reconciliación 4 pm
Domingo 14: Vigésimo Domingo Del Tiempo Ordinario
Misa 12:45 pm y 7:30 pm
MESA DE LOS PADRES
Agosto 20 es la celebración anual de nuestra parroquia.
La cena se llevara acabo en el Salon Parroquial. La
donación es de $100 por platillo y habrá un subasta.
Todos están invitados.
VOLUNTARIOS PARA LA MESA DE LOS PADRES
El comité de la Mesa de Los Padres hace un llamado a
personas que gusten ayudar para el evento. Se necesitas
servidores para servir los platillos y para decoración y
limpieza. Si usted desea ayudar por favor de hablar a la
oficina y hablar con Corina. Gracias
SE NECESITA AYUDA EN SONAR CAMPANAS
Si usted le gustaría ensillarse a tocar las campanas de la
Iglesia, se necesita alguien responsable y con entusiasmo
para sonar las campanas antes de la misa de las 12:45pm.
Si sientes que te gustaría hacerlo por favor de hablar a la
oficina y dar su nombre y numero de teléfonos. Gracias
CONFIRMACIONES
Si su hijo/a son mejores de 14 anos o están en el primer
ano de preparatoria por favor de hablar a la oficina
parroquial para más información. Gracias.
BAUTISMOS
Si usted desea bautizar, las clases para la preparación
será el día Agosto 1 a las 7:00pm en el Salón Parroquial.
Por favor de registrarse hablando a la oficina. Gracias
QUINCEAÑERAS
Favor de visitar la oficina parroquial entre semana
para un folleto especial sobre nuestro programa de
quinceañeras.
NUESTRAS PEQUEÑAS COMUNIDADES
ECLESIALES DE BASE Todos están invitados a
participar en una pequeña comunidad eclesial de base.
Las comunidades nos ofrecen la oportunidad de vivir
mas profundamente nuestra fe como Pueblo de Dios.
Las pequeñas comunidades, animadas y fortalecidas
por el Espíritu Santo, nos unen como Iglesia—Cuerpo
de Cristo—para vivir mas activamente nuestra fe.
Acompáñanos participando en una de nuestras
siguientes pequeñas comunidades:
CADA LUNES A LAS 7:00 PM:
Facilitador: Francisco, 4335 S. Higuera, 783-2151
Facilitadores: Mari, Ricardo y Olga, 150 Fontana Avenue, 541-3508
CADA MARTES A LAS 7:00 PM:
Facilitadores: Norma, Al y Geronimo, 524 Dana Street, Apt 4, 621-2571
Facilitadores: Arturo, Toño y Luis, 170 Ferrini Road, 704-4641
Facilitadores: Nico y Lolita,1600 Toro Street, Apt. 2B, 545-8110
Una reflexión del Padre Braulio
No Teman, soy Yo.
Contrario a lo que muchos piensan, experimentar
momentos de miedo no es algo malo, ni criticable,
mucho menos despreciable. El miedo es como
todos los demás sentimientos del ser humano,
son reacciones naturales del cuerpo y tenemos el
derecho de experimentar tanto el miedo como la
alegría, el enojo o la tristeza. Pero lo interesante
está, en que el ser humano tiene las capacidades
del control y el autodominio, capacidades que
tenemos que aprender a desarrollar desde
niños. Lo que puede ser peligroso en la vida
es que alguno de los sentimientos (el que sea)
se nos vaya más allá de los límites de control y
autodominio. El miedo en sí mismo no es malo,
pero el riesgo es que puede llegar a paralizarnos,
hacernos perder el valor frente a los peligros y no
pensar con claridad. Entonces el resultado puede
ser devastador.
Somos como los discípulos de Jesús. En
las tormentas de la vida, también nosotros
experimentamos miedo y ansiedad. Pero ahí es
donde más se requiere de que hagamos uso de
los conocimientos que tenemos de Dios y de la
confianza en el amor que El nos tiene. Como los
discípulos pasaron tiempo con Jesús, también
nosotros necesitamos pasar tiempo leyendo y
reflexionando la Palabra de Dios. Con el tiempo
nuestra fe y nuestra confianza en El se hacen
más fuertes, y hasta podemos percibir aquellos
momentos en que Jesús nos tiende su mano
para sostenernos.
P. Braulio
PRESENTACIONES DE NIÑOS
Pedimos que las familias que quieren presentar al
niño o niña en la Misa dominical, que se inscriban,
por favor, en la oficina parroquial antes de la fecha.
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Gift Shop News
New from Brush Dance -
“People are like the stars, some
generate their own light while others
reflect the brilliance they receive”.
When you visit our beautiful city
and the central coast you can’t help
but be inspired. We have the best
of both worlds – awesome views of
the ocean, rolling hills, hiking trails
and so much more. We who are
blessed to live here welcome you
to our world. We hope you enjoy
your visit and take home special
memories to share.
This is a busy time for us. The
crowds of summer have arrived and
we enjoy sharing fellowship with
people from all parts of our country
and other parts of the world.
If you are looking for a special gift
our friendly staff is eager to assist
you. They are knowledgeable and
always at your service. There is
something for everyone including
the little ones. We are of the mind
that “Kid’s Rule” and so we have a
special area just for them.
If you can’t come in to see us,
visit us online @
www.missionsanluisobispo.org,
click on the Gift Shop and enjoy a
secure shopping experience.
If you don’t see what you are
looking for call us. We are here to
serve you 7 days a week,
from 9-5 pm.
Bienvenidos
Cursillo
Attention Cursillistas and all who
are interested in Cursillo: Join
the Cursillo Community for mass,
faith sharing and fellowship on
Sunday, August 14 at 4:00 p.m.,
at Our Lady of Refuge Church in
Castroville. Mass will begin at 4:00
p.m. with a faith pot luck and Ultreya
immediately following in the Parish
Hall. It is a great opportunity to
find out more about Cursillo and for
Cursillistas to rekindle the movement
in their lives. The upcoming
women’s fall weekend will be held
October 6-9, 2011 at Camp St. Francis
in Aptos near La Selva Beach. For
those interested in attending the
women’s Cursillo weekend please
call your local parish representative
or Gerald & Delores Ward at (831)
783-1595 or Cindy Stefani at (831)
633-5012. You can also go to our
website at www.montereycursillo.org
for more information. If you have
already attended a women’s cursillo
and would like to work the weekend,
team meetings will be held on
Saturdays at St. Joseph’s Church in
Spreckels beginning August 6th and
will be held from 9:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.
Please come and join us. And for
information on the men’s upcoming
weekend keep an eye out in your
parish bulletins and on our website
for the date which will be set soon for
the Spring of 2012.
DeColores!
Prayer Requests...
If you or a member of your family would like the faith community of Mission Parish to join you in prayers for special
needs, contact the parish office at 781-8220. We do occasionally take some names off of the list printed
in the bulletin. The current list contains names received since October 12, 2010. If we have taken a
name from the printed list of a person still in need of prayers, please give us a call and we will happily put
him or her back on. Please take some time this week to remember the following in your prayers:
• For World Peace
• For all in our parish family who are suffering serious or terminal illness
• For Armed Forces Men and Women on Active Duty, and for
Bill D. Bradley
Autumn Cannon
Jenifer Applegarth
Carol Armas
Howard Baker
Charlotte Barnes (Zweifel)
Eric Bollinger
Rick Bollinger
Ines Bongio
Florlinda Bonnia
Kevin Bright
Jamie Mello Brown
Terry Burrows
Tom Clarke
Elena Corbelli
Daniel Coudray
Pierre Creager
Rachel Crow
Louie Cuellar
Ruben Cuellar
Amelia Davis
John Deering Sr.
John Deering Jr.
R.I.P. †
Roberta Dengate
Wyatt Engdahl
Jackson Flick
Barbara Flynn
Guadalupe Garcia
Rebecca Garcia-Beckner
Walt Gonyer
Renee Grano
Joe Guidetti
Jesus Gutierrez
Maria Guzman
Linda Hamilton
Cynda Harrigan
Penny Heimel
Eleonore Hernandez
Lee Holder
Bea Jeong
Pat Johns
Greg Junell
Brent Kapustik
Charlotte Kapustik
Van Kemper
Patricia Kent
Russ Kiger
Bethann King
Norman A. Kostich
Bob Koury
Valerie Lambert
Fr. James Lane
Ray Anthony Lara
Martha Laubacher
Marianne Le Febre
David Leonard
Eleanor Lingeman
Barbara Martin
Gerald McDonough
Nancy McDonough
Peg McDonough
John Misner
Linda Misner
Joyce Mohan
Jason Murphy & Children
Mona Najera
Mary Neal
Nievez Family
Alice Nunez & Family
Cliff Baker, Daniel “Pat” Gallagher, Laverne Osborne,
and All who have died this week.
Rosemary Oberhausen
Wilbert Patten
Tina Pearson
Mabelle Pence
Jagoda K. Petrovic
Charles & Jean Poulson
Jeff Pritchard
Rfouts Family
Ryan Santillan
Manuel “Gene” Santos
Robert Santos
Sharon Saude
Mike Smiley
Randy Souza
Charles St Vincent
David Sterling
Diane Suderman
Emily Tilton
Dan Turner
Julie Vasquez
Sybil Vincent
Miguel Windley
Tessa Claire Wise
Anne Wooldridge
Florfina Yasay
Worldwide
Marriage Encounter
is dedicated to helping couples with
good marriages become couples
with great marriages. Our weekend
experience is designed to give
married couples the opportunity
to learn a technique of loving
communication. Marriage Encounter
weekends provide a setting for
spouses to be alone as a couple, to
rediscover each other, and to focus
together on their relationship. Every
marriage deserves this kind of attention.
Our next weekend is October 21-23,
2011. For more details:
contact 831-704-6322, email
[email protected], or
visit www.wwme-centralca.org.
Parish Staff & Ministries
Unless otherwise noted,
all phone numbers are 781-8220
Ext. # (Voice Mail Extensions)
26
16
32
11
13
20
15
35
18
19
38
36
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Fr. Russell Brown, Pastor
Fr. Braulio Valencia, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Chuck Roeder, Permanent Deacon
Theresa Shipsey, Business Practices
Catherine Cassidy, Office Manager
Corina Onato, Office Assistant
Terry Burrows, RCIA, Altar Servers
Donna Gibson, Youth Ministry
Hunter Lillis, Faith Formation Coordinator
Patty Moyer Pepper, Pastoral Care Ministry
Gayne Pinto-Bennett, Bereavement Ministry
Minerva Soto, Gift Shop Manager
Iva Svitek, Music Ministry
Jocelyn Roeder, Liturgy Coordinator (544-2707)
Cari Keane, Lector/Eucharistic Ministries (544-2570)
Lisa Connely, Lector/Eucharistic Ministries (550-2918)
Jack and Eunice Pierce,
Landings Program (541-4464)
Social Justice Ministry
Delores Winje (543-4064)
St. Vincent de Paul
Public Assistance (544-7041)
Tuesdays & Thursdays 2 - 3:30 pm
Catholic Charities Office 541-9110
Old Mission Thrift Store
www.missionthrift.com
2640 Broad Street, SLO (544-0720)
Mon-Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 PM
Old Mission Cemetery
Mike Golling, Manager (541-0584)
Gift Shop & Museum
(543-6850)
Open 7 days per week 9 am - 4 pm (Winter hours)
(9-5 Summer hours)
Schools & Campus Ministry
Old Mission School
(543-6019)
Ms. Tina Ballantyne, Principal
761 Broad St., SLO 93401 www.oldmissionschool.com
Mission College Preparatory (543-2131)
Mr. James D. Childs, Principal
682 Palm St., SLO 93401
Newman Catholic Center (543-4105)
Fr. John Ulrich, S.M.
Fr. Kevin Duggan, S.M.
1472 Foothill, SLO 93401
Finance Council
Jim Brabeck
Charles Porter
Gayla Miller
Bernie Suttle
Ann Palmer
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