5th Sunday of Easter May 6 2012

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5th Sunday of Easter May 6 2012
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The Fifth Sunday of Easter
May 6, 2012
Pruning Leads to New Growth
Remaining in Christ has its practical demands. To be sure, we are
not without the nourishment and care that sustains us—we are attached to Christ our vine. Nonetheless, to remain in Christ means
that we must live as Jesus did: “not in word or speech but in deed
and truth” (second reading). Being a branch grafted onto Christ’s
life as well as allowing ourselves to be pruned can be difficult.
Some pruning-words are painful to receive. Corrections in face of our bad behavior, challenges to
our self-centeredness, and nudges to be more generous all can hurt. But when we hear and heed
these words as Christ-given, what was a painful word can become a prophetic word leading to
growth and new life. And this is what Easter is all about: new life in Christ.
—Living Liturgy
Annual Catholic Appeal Update:
Good News and Bad News…
The good news is that we’ve
collected $22,271 in payments
toward our goal of $24,000!
Thank you to everyone who has
contributed!
The bad news is that we’ve only had 16% of
parishioners participate in this appeal. We’d love
to see that number jump to 100%! No donation is
too small. Please prayerfully consider donating to
this collection that benefits people of our diocese
and our parish. There are envelopes available in
the pews and in the Parish Office.
St. Damien Joseph de Veuster
of Moloka’i
Thursday, May 10th
After years of missionary work in the
Hawaiian Islands, Damien (18401889), a young priest from Belgium,
sought to align himself even more
with the “crucified” in society. He
requested to be stationed on the
island of Moloka’i where the lepers
and diseased were sent to die. Outraged by the deplorable conditions of the island, he sought to
restore a sense of dignity. Within a short period of time, the
sick were living in clean houses instead of caves, and upon
death they were given a proper burial rather than being
dumped into massive graves. Even though leprosy was
highly contagious, he chose to remain in close contact with
the people, which led to his contraction of the illness and
eventual death. He was recently canonized by Pope Benedict
XVI on October 11, 2009.
—Sourcebook
St. Didacus Parish
“Taste of Cultures” Open House
TASTE of CULTURES is being
changed to an “open house” format so people can drop in before
and after Mass on Sunday June
3rd, between 9:00am and
1:00pm. We are still asking for
help planning and participating
in the event.
We’re also looking for photos
showing some aspect of your
own cultural heritage: from a
trip to the old-country, family
members at a celebration, photos
sent to you by relatives back
home, etc. Please send the pictures to: [email protected], or
bring them by the parish office to
be scanned so they can be shown
on powerpoint in the hall. If you
have favorite foods, songs, and
artifacts of your country of origin
that you would like to share,
please call or leave a message for Dino Serafini at
619-563-4719. (se habla Español: Felipe Enciso
619-608-5481)
Go and glorify the Lord! Every Mass exhorts us to
“Go” and be the Church of Matthew 25—a community
of committed disciples helping the thirsty, hungry, and
sick. We are gathered and sent to go forth; to go in
peace, glorifying the Lord by our transformed lives; to
go and announce the gospel, the good news of Jesus’
saving love for the world.
—Living with Christ
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The Fifth Sunday of Easter
Mass Intentions
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Saturday...……....……..May 5
9:00AM………………...†Cecelia J. Shipp
5:00PM…………………Mother’s Day Novena
Sunday……………..…..May 6
8:30AM…………..……†Mary Christine Pacheco
10:00AM…………..……Mother’s Day Novena
11:30AM………………..People of St. Didacus
Monday…………………May 7
7:30AM………….……...Mother’s Day Novena
Tuesday………..……….May 8
6:00PM………………….Mother’s Day Novena
Wednesday…………….May 9
8:30AM………………....Mother’s Day Novena
Thursday……………….May 10
7:30AM……………...….Mother’s Day Novena
Friday…………….……..May 11
7:30AM ………………...Mother’s Day Novena
Saturday...……....……..May 12
5:00PM…………………Mother’s Day Novena
Acts 9:26-31/1 Jn 3:18-24/Jn 15:1-8
Acts 14:5-18/Jn 14:21-26
Acts 14:19-28/Jn 14:27-31a
Acts 15:1-6/Jn 15:1-8
Acts 15:7-21/Jn 15:9-11
Acts 15:22-31/Jn 15:12-17
Acts 16:1-10/Jn 15:18-21
Acts 10:25-26, 34-35, 44-48/
1 Jn 4:7-10/Jn 15:9-17
GIFTS OF
OUR TREASURY
THE WEEK OF April 29, 2012
Collection for April 29, 2012
Restricted Funds for April 29, 2012
Total Income:
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Monday, May 7, 2012
Spanish RCIA
Small Faith V
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Small Faith III
Youth Night
Small Faith IV
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Eucharistic Adoration
Religious Education
Choir
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Spanish Choir
Small Faith I&II
RCIA
Friday, May 11, 2012
School’s May Crowning
Bear Scouts
Encuentro Matrimonial
Saturday, May 12, 2012
5:30-7:00pm
7:00pm
8:30am
6:30pm
7:00pm
7:30am-8:30am
5:30pm
7:00pm
6:30pm
6:30pm
7:00pm
9:30am
3:00-5:00pm
7:30-9:00pm
Location
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Hall
Winona
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Hawley
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Church
School
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Church
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“I find my consolation in the one and only companion who will
never leave me, that is, our Divine Savior in the Holy Eucharist.”
Readings for the Week of May 6, 2012
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Next Sunday:
May 6, 2012
$4,410.00
$ 113.00
$4,523.00
The St. Didacus
Youth Ministry
group will be selling
flowers next Sunday
for Mother’s Day.
Support this special
fundraiser and
make the women in
your life happy on
Mother’s Day!
—St. Damien Joseph de Veuster
Please Pray For
Maria Luz Arrellano
Jim Barnes
Herbert Baxter
Herminia Brignoni
Ibeth Brignoni
Ruben Campos
Marie Cavanaugh
Juliette Cote
Connie Craig
Bart Diaz
Juanita Diaz
Fred Dueber
Maria Fielding
Nancy Gray
Susan Guenzel
Rosie Kinninger
Marcella Halweg
Maria Koter
Juanita Lopez
Maria Lopez
Sue Medearis
Dolores Mediano
Esteban Mediano
Joe Moser
Segunda Ordona
Sylvia Paiz
Dominick Palestini
Diane Porter
Atina Rodriguez
Aaron Rodriguez
Alette Rodriguez
Gladys Palestini
Jeff Salazar
Christine Segura
Terrie Small
Michael Smith
Raymond Sparks
Helen Treat
Charles & Therese Tucker
Pat Weaver
Sue Walker
Catarina Zizzo
Adalina Zarate
And the special intentions in our Book of Needs
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
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The Fifth Sunday of Easter
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
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May Crowning
Friday, May 11th
9:30am—Church
Please join the school for our
annual ceremony as we
crown Mary as our Queen.
We are looking for volunteers to
help out for 2 hours on the second
Saturday of each month to help
with maintenance, gardening,
cleaning and fixing things on the
parish grounds. Come join us for a morning of fellowship and fun and help to take care of our 85-year
old church. This is a great way to earn service hours
for high school students. We will meet for the first
time on Saturday, May 12 at 9 am. Questions? Contact John O’Connor at 619.993.5291 or
[email protected] (No June date due to St. Didacus Graduation.)
18:23 is a young adult conference within All for God's Steubenville San Diego youth conference at University of San
Diego, July 27-29, 2012. In
Acts 18:23, we read that Paul
traveled the world with the
purpose of "bringing strength
to all the disciples," and that's the purpose of 18:23—to
bring strength to all young adult disciples! 18:23 —
Building and strengthening a community of young
adults! For more information, contact George Perez at
the parish office.
Register today at allforgodcatholic.com
Finding God’s Will in Your Life
a talk by Sr. Linda Hayward
Thursday, May 17th
7pm in the Parish Hall
Decisions…life is full of them and
sometimes it seems difficult to know
exactly what God is asking of us. Sr.
Linda will help us to learn more about
how the Holy Spirit can lead us to the
truth. All are welcome.
May 6, 2012
Our Mother’s Day
Novena of Masses are
celebrated May 5th-13th.
Turn in your
envelopes today!
Check out our parish Website:
stdidacuschurch.org
We’ve got lots of great info on parish
happenings and photos!
Second Collection
Today we’re taking up a second
collection for our Building
Improvement Fund. Thank you for
your generous donations!
St. Didacus Parish
School’s Class of 2012’s
“FLAPJACK FUNDRAISER”
Saturday, May 19th
8am-10am
Applebee’s Hazard Center
Come and support the 8th grade’s legacy gift to the
school and have a great breakfast! The meal is cooked
by Applebee’s and served by St. Didacus volunteers.
Tickets are $10 and must be purchased in advance.
Please call Michelle Trevino at 619-283-8734 to get
your tickets or purchase them after Mass today!
Baptism Classes for May
English: Thursday May 24 @ 7pm in
the hall
Spanish: Saturday, May 26 @ 10am
in the hall
You must register before attending the class.
Contact the Parish Office to register.
As we continue to celebrate the
Easter season, the Church reminds
us that the whole Easter Season is like
one glorious Sunday, during which we
celebrate the thrill of knowing that
Jesus’ resurrection has made it
possible for us to share his life forever.
The Resurrection teaches us that our death, like Jesus’
death, will not be the end. Instead, it will be the step into a
new life that will go on forever. That’s the Easter message,
and it’s such good news for all of us that it deserves a
lifetime of celebration. —http://pflaum.com
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The Fifth Sunday of Easter
May 6, 2012
May—the Month of Mary
Some perhaps have asked, "Why May?" The poet, Fr. Gerard Manley Hopkins S.J.
asks this question in his poem "May Magnificat:" "May is Mary’s month, and I
muse at that and wonder why."
"Mary’s May"
May is
Our Lady’s
month
with all
its lovely
days.
May is
sweet
and heavenly
just like
Our Lady’s ways.
by Elywn Rhyl
Perhaps the answer is that, in many places, May is the
month for Spring’s return of flowers. As the flowers return
we honor Mary Whom we call the "Mystical Rose."
And of course, the name "May" is a form of Mary and is sometimes used as a "nickname" for
women named Mary and then it's spelt Mae. May devotions began during the beginning of the
1700’s in Italy.
It seems the first book of May devotions was published by an Italian Jesuit, Father Anniblae
Dionisis, about 1726. In it he explains: "When we make an offering we ought to give of our best,
so that among all the months of the year we choose the most beautiful, May, the season of
flowers, which invites us to crown Mary with the blossoms of good deeds." May devotions were
first introduced into England about 1840 by Father Aloysius Gentili of the Institute of Charity. To
this day they involve May altars, May Crowning ceremonies and May processions
—www.catholicfire.com
WELCOME TO THE LORD’S TABLE
We wish to congratulate the following children upon making their
First Holy Communion on Saturday, May 5th:
Victoria Arroyo, Naomi Belay, Eva C. Brock, Gabriel A. Castaneda,
Alesia N. Castaniero, Vanny O. Dike, Xavier C. Franco,
Sophia R. Fudge, Aneira E. Kelly, Inessa R. Lovberg,
Gabriel V. Marrujo, Aiden W. Moran, Yoselin E. Nequiz,
Kassidy Nguyen, Joseph M. Nunez, Pamela Perez, Angeline M. Piatek,
Trinity K. Plake-Rivett, Aisling I. Ward, Guillermo V. Yeo
May the food we receive from heaven
change us into His image.
Pagina 6
Quinto Domingo de Pascua
6 de mayo del 2012
El Mes de María y nuestra fe
Examinemos el relato de la Anunciación en el evangelio de Lucas:
desde ese primer momento aquella jovencita de apenas unos 15
años se mostró plenamente consciente de que su vida le pertenecía a Dios.
1. El primer factor de su fe, es que ella se siente llamada es decir
tiene una vocación. Para percibir la vida como vocación es necesario tener la conciencia de que nuestra vida le pertenece a Dios. La conciencia de pertenecer a
Dios (pertenencia al Cuerpo visible de Cristo, a Su Iglesia, con todo lo que somos,
con lo que nos pesa, con nuestros pecados).
2. Decir «sí» al plan de Dios. Se trata de una sencillez que hace de nosotros hombres
y mujeres conscientes. (Debes decir: «Sí», porque con los «pero» y los «sin embargo» nunca estarás convencido).
3. La fidelidad: es tratar de permanecer en el Señor. En el mundo actual, nosotros
vivimos como si fuésemos epilépticos: unas veces estamos llenos de emoción y
otras estamos fríos, sin esperanza. Somos frágiles y volubles: la fragilidad y la volubilidad derrumban la fe. De tal manera que la fe pierde atractivo, pierde fuerza:
«el que me siga recibirá ahora cien veces más...»
El indicio de una fe madura es la memoria, es decir, que Cristo se hace presente entre nosotros y se vuelve familiar en cualquier lugar (no sólo en la iglesia). De ahí
el valor de la fe que la Virgen María nos ha enseñado.
Buenas y Malas Noticias de la campana Anual Diocesana …
La buena noticia es que hemos recolectado $22.271.00 dólares en pagos hacia nuestra meta de $
24.000! ¡Gracias a todos los que han contribuido! La mala noticia es que sólo han participado el 16% de
los feligreses en esta apelación. Nos encantaría ver que fuera el 100% de los feligreses. Ninguna donación es demasiada pequeña. Por favor, considere donar a esta causa que beneficia a muchas personas
de nuestra diócesis y nuestra parroquia. Hay sobres disponibles en las bancas y en la oficina parroquial.
BIENVENIDOS A LA MESA DEL SENOR
Queremos felicitar a los siguientes niños que hicieron su
Primera Comunión hoy
domingo 6 de mayo en la misa de español:
Freddy Alcaraz, Madeleine Rosie Báez, Roberto Benítez, Lissete Carrasco,
Alan N. Covarrubias, Antonio De la Cruz , Christian Gómez, Daniella González,
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