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16th Sunday of OT 7/17/16
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Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
July 17, 2016
As we prepare for the Diocesan Synod, join us for a
Martha or Mary?
People who think of themselves as “pray-ers” love the
story of Mary and Martha,
while others who characterize
themselves as “do-ers” are
irritated by it. After all, Martha
is an exemplary model of
hospitality. She is serving her
guest and honoring God in the
process, just like Abraham did
in the first reading today. So
why is Abraham so esteemed and Martha seemingly
admonished for exhibiting precisely the same behavior?
Martha has done nothing wrong, and Jesus does not put
her down for her generous service—though plenty of
homilists this Sunday may make it sound that way.
Martha fulfills the cultural and religious obligation of
hospitality admirably. Mary has chosen to follow
another imperative, one that sprang from within her own
desire: to be in the company of Jesus. If Martha errs, it’s
only in passing judgment over Mary’s choice.
Hospitality takes many forms. One of them is presence.
—The Transforming Word
FREE Summer Speaker Series
at Ascension Parish
Tuesday, July 19th 7:00pm
Understanding the Book of Revelation
with Jimmy Akin
Tuesday, August 2nd 7:00pm
Apologetics for Chickens
with Patrick Coffin
Tuesday, August 16th 7:00pm
The Galileo Affair
with Chris Check
Tuesday, August 30th 7:00pm
Why God Still Matters
with Karlo Broussard
Enrich your faith this summer by taking advantage
of this great speaker series at Ascension Parish—
11292 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., in their Parish Hall.
“Listening Session”
Saturday, July 23rd at 10am
in the Parish Hall
In October, the Diocese of
San Diego will hold a synod
which will focus on the topics
of marriage and family life.
Each parish in the diocese
will have a representative to the synod and a particular
topic they are to gather information on. Fr. Mike will be
the representative from our parish and we will focus on
“the challenge to provide authentic pastoral
support for those who are divorced.”
Here are the questions we are to think about, pray
about and write about:
1. What are the elements necessary for a robust
program of pastoral and spiritual support for
those undergoing divorce, both during the
process and afterward?
2. How can the diocese make the annulment
process more accessible for our people?
3. How should we bring an understanding of the
internal forum and conscience to our people,
not only regarding the topic of participation for
those who are divorced and remarried, but for
all Catholics in their moral and spiritual lives?
At our “Listening Session” on Saturday, July 23rd at
10am in the Parish Hall, Fr. Mike will ask for your input
on these questions. It would be helpful if each person
participating writes down their answers to these questions. If you are unable to come to the session, please
feel free give your written answers to Fr. Mike. We appreciate your making the time to complete this important task. Bishop McElroy will use this information to
“provide a moment of profound renewal and growth in
our ecclesial support of families in San Diego.”
Did Someone say
Ice Cream?
Don’t forget about our ice
cream social after all the
Masses this weekend! Many
thanks to Mary O’Connor,
DDS, for supplying the ice
cream!
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Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
July 17, 2016
Stewardship—Building up the Community of God
Current number of Registered Families receiving envelopes: 691 — 173 of whom tithed last weekend using their envelopes
Our GOAL next week: 200 parishioners tithing using their envelopes!
Please contribute using your envelopes.
The Joy of Giving
Amount we need each week to cover parish operating costs:
General Collection, July 10, 2016:
Deficit for the week of July 10, 2016:
$7,155.00
$5,091.00
— $2,064.00
Building Fund—July 10, 2016:
$ 487.00
Believe it or not, we are all called to evangelize – to continuously grow in our knowledge and relationship with Jesus
and to share it with others. We may not be called to evangelize like St. Paul,
but we should look for opportunities to share our faith with those closest to us, like our family and friends.
Mass Intentions
Saturday………….........July 16
5:00PM………...…...…..†Juanita Diaz
Sunday………….....…...July 17
8:30AM……...……….….Members of the Altar Society
10:00AM……….....…….People of St. Didacus
11:30AM...……....……. †Lorenzo Osoria
Monday………………...July 18
7:30AM………...……….†Maria Corazon Alcazar
Tuesday………..…..…..July 19
6:00PM……….…….…...†Gustavo Lopez
Wednesday…….......….July 20
8:30AM……………....….†Theresa Toscano
Thursday………...…….July 21
7:30AM……………..…..†Elizabeth & Bernard Morzinski
Friday…………...……...July 22
7:30AM...………….…....†Richard Garrigues
Saturday………….........July 23
5:00PM………...…...…..†Louise & Wayne Bryant
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, Fr. Michael J. Sinor
The Parish Office is open 8am-noon, 1-5pm M-F 619-284-3472
Weekly Events at St. Didacus
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Ice Cream Social
Monday, July 18, 2016
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Youth Night
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
Encuentro Matrimonial
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Mental Health Ministry Mtg.
Friday, July 22, 2016
Saturday, July 23, 2016
“Listening Meeting”
Eucharistic Adoration
Location
Hall
Location
Location
6:30pm
Hall
Location
7:30am-8:30am Church
7:30pm
Hall
Location
7:00pm
Hall
Location
Location
10:00am
Hall
3:30pm-5:00pm Church
after Masses
“May the Church be a place of God’s mercy and
hope, where all feel welcomed, loved, forgiven, and
encouraged to live according to the good life of the
Gospel. And to make others feel welcomed, loved,
forgiven, and encouraged, the Church must be with
doors wide open so that all may enter. And we must go out
through these doors and proclaim the Gospel.” —Pope Francis
Rosalba Alarcon
Maria Luz Arrellano
Diann Bauer
Dan Bauer
Herbert Baxter
Robert Bayles
Jessica Becerra
Martha Becerra
Rita Bonnell
Norm Boyer
Herminia Brignoni
Ibeth Brignoni
Ruben Campos
Marie Cavanaugh
Gail Cedercrans
Eileen Connolly
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
Cam Ihle
Kelley Kessler
Marilyn Kober
Elizabeth La Costa
Virginia Lantry
Juanita Lopez
Maria Lopez
David Lujan
Marlene S. Magers
Anthony Martinez
Rosalie Martinez
Claire Meighan
Terrence McCabe
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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Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
July 17, 2016
“Didakids’ Got Mercy”
4630 34th Street, San Diego CA 92116
284-8730
Let us help you with
your SHOPPING!
Help support the school by
purchasing gift cards! A
representative from the school is here this weekend
after the Sunday Masses selling gift cards to all your
favorite places to shop and eat. This is an easy way for
our parish community to support the school!
You are invited to join
Fr. Emmet Farrell on a 12day trip to Fatima, Portugal
and the major sites of
Spain. This trip includes:
round trip ticket, 10 nights
in a hotel, 2 meals each day, tour bus
and Spanish speaking guide, entrance to
sites, most tips, and Mass in important
places and dates. The trip will take
place from June 6, 2017—June 17,
2017. For more details, pick up a
brochure in the Parish Office or call
Fr. Emmet at 619-419-8345 or email
him at [email protected] Thank you!
Join the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego for
CATHOLIC NIGHT AT THE SAN DIEGO PADRES
Friday, August 5th
7:40pm — Padres vs Phillies
Join fellow Diocese of San
Diego parishioners and
Fathers in cheering on the
San Diego Padres against the
Phillies. Wear a white jersey, t-shirt, or
jacket to show our unity. Tickets are $17 for
Right Field Lower Reserved, $23 for Field
Pavilion and $27 for Toyota Terrace Level seats. To
purchase tickets go online to: www.padres.com/events scroll
to August 5, Catholic Night. Password: MERCY. Follow the
instructions on the page to select and purchase tickets. For
more information contact Kimberli Halpin at [email protected] or to purchase group tickets of 9 or more
contact Sean Nickelsen, San Diego Padres at 619-795-5134.
Vacation Bible School begins
August 1st and we can use
your help by providing some of
the supplies we need from the
list below:
Juice boxes
Spray sunscreen
Graham crackers
Apples
Watermelon
Small water bottles
Otter Pops
Goldfish crackers
Cheese sticks
Grapes
You can bring the non-perishable items to the
Parish Office. Call Elena to let her know if you
are bringing any of the perishable items. They
can be delivered closer to the time of VBS. Thank
you for your support! We couldn’t do it without
you!
VBS is celebrating the 90th anniversary of our
parish and we can use any decorative items you
may have that represent life during these past
nine decades.
Corporal Works of Mercy
“Giving drink to the thirsty.”
During the summer months we’ll turn
our attention to giving drink to the
thirsty here at our parish and in the
larger community. Thank you for your donation of water
bottles! We have enough for now! We can still use Gatorade
or other sports drinks.
During the months of July and August, we will also collect infant
formula for Catholic Charities Pregnancy and Adoption Services
along with Birthline of San Diego. Please bring donations of drinks
and infant formula to the Parish Office, or leave them in the basket
at the entrance of the Church. Thank you!
Readings for the Week of July 17, 2016
Sun:
Gn 18:1-10a/Ps 15:2-5/Col 1:24-28/Lk 10:38-42
Mon: Mi 6:1-4, 6-8/Ps 50:5-6, 8-9, 16-17, 21, 23/Mt 12:38-42
Tue:
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20/Ps 85:2-8/Mt 12:46-50
Wed: Jer 1:1, 4-10/Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17/Mt 13:1-9
Thu:
Jer 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13/Ps 36:6-11/Mt 13:10-17
Fri:
Jer 3:14-17/Jer 31:10-13/Jn 20:1-2, 11-18
Sat:
Jer 7:1-11/Ps 84:3-6, 8, 11/Mt 13:24-30
Next Sunday:
Gn 18:20-32/Ps 138:1-3, 6-8/Col 2:12-14/
Lk 11:1-13
We appreciate all our ministers of
hospitality! Thank you for making people
feel so welcome at our parish!
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Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
REST IN PEACE
† SCOTT DINGUS
We will have a Funeral Vigil for Scott Dingus, a
former St. Didacus School student, on Monday,
July 18th. The viewing begins at 6pm and the Vigil
Service is at 7pm. The Funeral Mass will be on
Wednesday, August 17th at 10am. Please keep Scott
and his family in your prayers this week.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul and the San
Diego Diocesan Office for Social Ministry are
co-sponsoring a day for parishioners
throughout the Diocese
Celebrating the Year of Mercy
in the Vincentian Way
A Day of Recollection with Fr. Greg Adolf
Saturday, August 20th
8:30am-2:30pm
Mission San Diego de Alcala
The day will include continental breakfast,
presentations, Mass and lunch. This is a
free event, but registration is required.
Contact Maria Valencia to RSVP at 858490-8323 or [email protected]
Register today, space is limited.
Kid’s Corner
July 17, 2016
How Welcoming Are We at St. Didacus Parish?
For many individuals and families alike,
summer means travel. And summer travel
may mean new visitors to our parish for
weekend liturgies. How we greet and provide hospitality for our guests says a lot
about our practice of good stewardship.
Welcoming newcomers to our parish is not just the job of
the pastoral staff, ushers, ministers of hospitality or greeters. It is everyone’s responsibility. Here are ten things you
can do to provide better hospitality in our parish.
1. Cultivate the virtue of hospitality at Mass.
Many Mass attendees tend to gather into little cliques and
ignore those who are not members of their particular clique.
They are not really inhospitable, just heedless of the need
for hospitality. Make hospitality a new habit when you go to
Mass.
2. Come early, leave late.
Instead of rushing to Mass to be there on time, and then
rushing out at its conclusion, make time to come a little
early and linger just a bit later. Make room in your busy life
to greet and spend time with others at Mass.
3. Go in peace to greet someone!
Seek out someone you’ve not met before. Shake their
hand, introduce yourself, and take a few moments to
welcome them to your parish home, God’s house.
4. Welcome everyone.
Not only do visitors need your warm welcome, regular Mass
attendees also need a friendly greeting. Develop a good
handshake and be enthusiastic about our parish. You are
greeting others in the name of Christ.
5. Help newcomers connect.
While you are getting to know visitors, introduce them to
other parishioners as the opportunity presents itself. Feel
free to invite visitors to sit next to you.
6. Say goodbye with genuine warmth.
After Mass, bid farewell to visitors, inviting them to return
next week. Introduce them to the pastor if the opportunity
arises.
7. Avoid parish business.
Avoid conducting parish business with others just before or
after Mass. Focus on visitors.
8. Give visitors information about the parish.
Ensure that a visitor has a bulletin and other information
about the parish before they leave. If there is a social
gathering after Mass, invite them.
Remember, we are Christ’s ambassadors (2 Corinthians 5:20). Our actions and reactions toward visitors at
Mass communicate who we are and who we represent. Let
us take time to welcome visitors to our parish this summer.
Welcoming gestures, however small, will not only have a
positive impact on visitors, they will make us more hospitable ambassadors of Christ.
—www.catholicstewardship.com
Pagina 6
XVI Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Martha lo recibió en su casa
María escogido la mejor parte
En el evangelio de Lucas el
camino de Jesús a Jerusalén marca
una progresiva manifestación del
Reino. A medida que Jesús avanza va
formando a los discípulos y discípulas
en actitudes de misericordia, de
abandono de las pretensiones de
poder, y en la atenta escucha de la Palabra. En ese
camino, Jesús es recibido por dos mujeres en una
casa de familia.
Allí se topa con dos actitudes diferentes. Una
de total atención y escucha, la otra, de afán por los
quehaceres habituales y de distracción. Jesús
propone un plan encaminado a formar verdaderos
oyentes, los auténticos discípulos, que Martha no
está dispuesta a atender.
María, al contrario, comprende bien el
proyecto de Jesús y rompe con los prejuicios
culturales de su época. En lugar de andar atareada
con los oficios domésticos, propios de las mujeres
de esa época, se pone a los pies del Señor para
escuchar su palabra.
Martha, al fatigarse con el interminable
trabajo de la casa, cuestiona la contradictoria
actitud de María e interpela al Maestro para que
ponga a la mujer en su sitio. Jesús le da una
respuesta inesperada: felicita a María porque ha
acertado en su elección y reprende a Martha por
dejarse envolver en las preocupaciones cotidianas
sin atender a lo importante. María ha hecho la
mejor opción, ha decidido aprender a escuchar la
Palabra y se deja interpelar por la presencia del
Maestro.
Una de las actitudes para ser verdadero
discípulo es escuchar atenta y serenamente la
Palabra de Dios. Actitud que exige romper con el
ritmo loco de la vida cotidiana. Esta elección que a
los ojos de la eficiencia puede parecer superficial,
es una condición fundamental para llegar a ser un
auténtico discípulo de Jesús.
Pero con Martha y María, Jesús nos interpela
y nos llama a lo fundamental: ponernos a sus pies
y escuchar su palabra. Jesús nos invita a que
nuestro cristianismo sea un verdadero discipulado.
¿En nuestra vida diaria tenemos tiempo para
escuchar atenta y serenamente la Palabra que
Dios nos dirige en la Biblia y en la vida?
¿Somos críticos ante nuestro propio
activismo en nuestra vida y le damos tiempo a
Dios, leyendo la Biblia o haciendo oración?
17 de julio, 2016
Los invitamos a viajar
con el Padre Emilio Farrell por un viaje de 12
días a Fátima, Portugal
y los sitios mas importantes de España. Este
viaje incluye: pasaje en avión ida y
vuelta, 10 noches en hotel, 2 comidas cada día, viajes por camión de
lujo con guía en Español, entrada
a los sitios visitados, la mayoría de
gratificaciones y Misas en los lugares y las fechas de importancia. El
viaje se realizará entre el 6 y 17 de
Junio de 2017. Para más detalles
(ver el folleto de la parroquia) o puede llamar al
(619)419-8345 o email [email protected]
!Esperamos que nos acompañe!
Alguien dijo...
Nieve?
No se olviden, hoy
domingo después de todas las misas habrá nieve, gratis. Pase al salón parroquial
después de misa para convivir y comer una rica
nieve.
Acompañe a la Diócesis de
San Diego a una
NOCHE con los Padres de
San Diego
viernes 5 de agosto 7:40 pm
P a d r e s
v s
P h i l l i e s
Únanse con todos los católicos de San Diego y los
Padres de San Diego, al juego de los Padres contra
los Phillies. Por favor pónganse una camiseta blanca, o una chamarra blanca para mostrar nuestra unidad. Para comprar los boletos vaya al sitio de internet: www.padres.com/events 5 de agosto, Noche
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de Birthline de San Diego. Por favor traiga su donaciones
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