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Franciscan Friars

PARISH INFORMATION
(760) 757-3250 / Fax. (760) 757-3299
E-mail: mslrp@sanluisreyparish.org
Office Hours/Horario de Oficina: Tues./Sat.: 8 -4 pm
4070 Mission Ave., Oceanside CA 92057
Website: www.sanluisreyparish.org
PARISH SECRETARY/SECRETARIA
Shirley Gonzalez
(760) 547-0706/ mslrp@sanluisreyparish.org
BUSINESS OFFICE/OFICINA DE NEGOCIOS
Allen Hartman-Business Manager
(760) 547-0705 / bizmgr@sanluisreyparish.org February 6, 2011
Malia Campbell-Bookkeeper 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
(760) 547-0711 / finance@sanluisreyparish.org
LITURGICAL COORD./COORDINADOR LITURGICO PASTORAL STAFF
Fr. Adrian Peelo, OFM Fr. Charles “Chuck” Talley, OFM - Pastor:
(760) 757-3250 x123 / fradrian@sanluisreyparish.org (760) 757-3250 x114/ pastor@sanluisreyparish.org
Fr. Adrian Peelo, OFM - Associate Pastor:
DIRECTOR OF WORSHIP/DIRECTOR DE ALABANZA (760) 757-3250 x123/ fradrian@sanluisreyparish.org
Guadalupe “Lupe” Rios Fr. Luis Guzman, OFM - Associate Pastor:
(760) 547-0709/ worship@sanluisreyparish.org (760) 757-3250 x107/ frluis@sanluisreyparish.org
FAITH FORMATION/FORMACION DE FE FRIARS IN RESIDENCE
(760) 547-0716 / resecretary@sanluisreyparish.org Old Mission - (760) 757-3651
Bill Bischoff - Director of Catechetical Ministry Fr. Laurence Dolan, OFM - Old Mission Guardian
(760) 547-0702/ religioused@sanluisreyparish.org Fr. David Gaa, OFM - Old Mission Executive Director
Fr. Andrés Rivero, OFM,
SOCIAL CONCERNS/ASUNTOS SOCIALES
Bro. Mo Peltier, OFM
Carmen Parra - (760) 547-0708
PARISH SCHOOL/ESCUELA PARROQUIAL MASS SCHEDULE
Pre-K - 8th / (760) 757-3232 / www.omms.org Monday – Saturday:
Wanda King - Principal [Off. Hrs.: 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.] Daily Mass Parish Chapel - 7:30 a.m.
 

DIGITAL MEDIA/MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION


Saturday Masses/Misas:
Serra Center - 5:00 p.m., [7:00 p.m. Español]
Karen Willson (760) 547-0701/  

stewards@sanluisreyparish.org Sunday Masses/Misas:


Old Mission: 7:00 a.m.
HISTORIC OLD MISSION/MISION ANTIGUA Serra Center: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m.,
(760) 757-3651 / www.sanluisrey.org [12:00 p.m. Español], and 5:00 p.m.
Ed Gabarra - Mission Administrator x114  

Terry Hawthorne - Cemetery x133 Sacrament of Reconciliation/Reconciliación


Retreat Center - (760) 757-3659 Saturdays/Sábados: Serra Center - 10:00-11:00 a.m.
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY (Except on Holiday Weekends/Excepto en los días festivos)
ANOINTING OF THE SICK/EMERGENCIAS Adoration/Adoración (1st Friday/1er Viernes)
(760) 583-3393 Parish Chapel: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
From The Pastor’s Desk Catholic Schools Week. Catholic schools work—and they
work wonderfully well—especially our own parish school,
Dear Parish Family, Old Mission Montessori. Many thanks to all who participated
Peace and all good. In this weekend’s Gospel reading in the moving liturgy at 10 AM last week—and special thanks
(Matthew 5: 13-16), Jesus tell his disciples (and us) that they/ to all of the children and young people involved as altar serv-
we are “the salt of the earth.“ The modern reader of these ers, choir members, and presenters of the offertory gifts.
words might think: “Well, so what. Salt is cheap; in fact, it’s At the special Children’s Mass (10 AM), I announced some
basically a free commodity in restaurants. And besides, salt wonderful news, which I would like to share with all of you.
isn’t all that great for you, anyhow. After all, how many of us Through the generosity of one of our parishioners, Tom
are on salt-restricted diets for health reasons?” Davis, we are establishing the Tom and Adele E. Davis Trust
But for the first listeners of Jesus’ words, this command Fund to provide scholarships for students at Old Mission
had an entirely different effect. Salt, in the time of Jesus, Montessori.
was a rare and precious commodity, used as both a spice and I will try to announce the details of the scholarship
a food preservative. It was so valuable, in fact, that Roman program in next week’s bulletin, but in basic terms the Tom
soldiers received part of their pay in salt—their “salarium”, and Adele E. Davis Trust Fund will award up to 10 half-tuition
or what we would term their “salary.” Salt was also a sign of scholarships to OMMS over the next two years. That
friendship and hospitality. Even to this day, people will bring translates into a total outlay of some $20,000.
gifts of salt and grain as a welcoming gesture to new Many thanks to Tom Davis for his tremendously kind and
neighbors. deeply appreciated contribution, which he has made in
Still, by itself, salt is of minimal utility. As a catalyst, how- honor and memory of his wife, Adele, who passed away
ever, it has a tremendous effect on the taste of food. Have recently.
some unsalted French fries, unsalted peanuts, or unsalted We are hoping that this gesture will inspire other parish-
potatoes, if you don’t believe me. Great taste, right? Not. ioners to make a similar commitment. For every $2,000 we
As followers of Jesus, we are called to be “salt”—our pres- raise, we can fund a ½-tuition scholarship—which will enable
ence and action in the world serves as an important catalyst. a number of parents to provide their children with a superb
Wherever Christians behave like Christians, things change: Catholic education. I urge you to consider making a contri-
there is an urge for more peace, more justice, more commu- bution in any amount to assist in this important effort.
nity, more compassion. More love. Jesus reminds us that Many thanks to you all—you are, indeed, the salt of the
we should never underestimate the importance of our ac- earth.
tions—everything has its effect, even if our efforts appear
insignificant or failed from the outset….. God bless,
Elsewhere in the parish: This past week we have joined
with Catholics throughout the United States to celebrate Fr. Chuck

Catechetical Minute outer worlds.


Such sensitivity is particularly difficult to develop when we
Scripture As An Instrument of Unity read stories that are clearly biased in favor of one group
over another. For example, the Israelites are too often
In the past, the Bible often divided Catholics and Protes- chosen over considered a form of punishment for sin. One of
tants. When differences in understanding Scripture occur the pressing issues facing us today is the challenge to be
now, they are more likely the result of the method used in faithful to the meaning of the biblical narrative, while at the
reading the Bible than of the Church to which one belongs. same time considering how we understand things in the
Some people choose analytical/critical methods to discover world today.
the meanings of biblical tests; others base their We have come a long way in the area of sensitivity. The
interpretation of passages on the literal meaning of the liberation theology movement that appeared in Latin
words only. America in the early 1970’s has significantly affected the way
In its most recent document, “the interpretation of the we read the Bible. The experience of oppression and poverty
Bible in the Church” (1994), the Pontifical Biblical Commis- brought people to a new appreciation of the Bible stories of
sion insisted that, as important as it is to know what the Bi- liberation. This in turn has inspired many people to challenge
ble originally meant, we must also be concerned about what governmental structures and policies that they believe to be
it might mean in today’s world — a world embroiled in eco- unjust. Related to this is the women’s movement and its
nomic injustice, war and discrimination. This means that, in concern for inclusive language in both biblical translations
our reading of the Bible, we must be sensitive to issues of and the prayers used during liturgies. Some dismiss inclusive
gender, race, ethnic origin, class and other political factors language as being merely a matter of political
that make up the real world. These factors influence the way correctness. But is it not rather about recognizing the
women and men perceive reality and fashion their inner and equality of all before God?

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Parish News & Happenings QUARTERLY LEADERSHIP MEETING
Date: February 12, 2011
Location: Chapel & Dining Room
TAX LETTERS Registration: 8:30 AM
We have mailed tax letters to all parishioners with Event Time: 9:00 – 11:50 AM
documented contributions of $250.00 or more. If you need
Our presentations will include: a Q&A
a letter and do not receive one please contact Malia or Allen
in the office. We will be glad to provide one for you. Thank session with Fr. Chuck, an introduction
you for your donations to our parish, it’s ministries and of the new Parish Staff, and we will also
programs. We could do nothing without your support. welcome a guest speaker. Join us and
- Allen Hartman, Business Manager share your ideas!

Bereavement Ministry Serra Vocation Thought


Our next ministry meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 in Rm. #1 in Heavenly Father, give to mothers and to fathers a deep
the Parish Center. We hope to see you there! faith and apostolic spirit, so that by their example of
commitment to you, they may inspire their children to
consider serving You as priests, deacons, or religious. In
MOP MEETING Jesus’ name we pray.
Do you like the way the Parish grounds are
looking ? Would you like to join in all the
fun of fixin' up the Parish and the Old PARISH OFFICES CLOSED
Mission? The parish offices will be closed on
MOP ( Maintain Our Parish) will meet on Saturday Feb. 12 Saturday, February 19 due to President’s
for our monthly project day in front of the flag pole on the Day. Office hours will resume on Tuesday,
front lawn. We will begin at 8 am and work till noon. We are February 22. In the event of an emergency funeral or
a group open to all in the Parish. We have a place for every-
Anointing of the Sick, please call (760) 583-3393.
one! For more info contact Lee Bickford @ 760-522-2738.

Small Christian Communities Have you moved?


- On Sunday, February 13, we will have a donut fellowship
If you have a new address or telephone number,
following the 7, 8, 10 AM, & 12 PM Masses.
please contact the parish office and give us your
- On Friday, February 25, we will have a Pastoral Facilitator’s update. It’s very important that you help us
Meeting. In the PC Dining Rm. from 7 to 9 pm maintain our files. Thank you!
For more information regarding the Small Christian Com-
munities contact Brian Bieber (760) 967-8102.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your
name, and they’re always glad you came. You want to go School Notes
where you can see that troubles are all the same. You want
to go where everybody knows your name. - Cheers
Spring Cleaning?
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Our Old Mission Montessori School is looking
New Bingo Volunteers are urgently needed to help out for your “gently” used household items for
now on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The only our annual Christmas in July fundraiser. We
requirements are: 18 and older, friendly smile, love to accept new and used items, with the
welcome Seniors, walking and standing needed to cashier, exception of clothing and shoes. Donations
verify and distribute prizes to our winners. Bingo experts or may be dropped off at the school between the hours of 8:00
novices welcome. a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Days: Wednesdays and/or Saturdays. Times: 9:00 to 3:00, Please contact the school office if you have any questions.
w/lunch. Call: Joe Alvarado, Bingo Manager 760-439-6700 or All proceeds go directly to our Parish School. We thank you
email jrub456@cox.net. so much for your support!!

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Reading Resources Faith Formation Office
PARISH LIBRARY Tel. 760-547-0716
If you think you would enjoy a friendly,
peaceful place to share your organizational E-mail: resecretary@sanluisreyparish.org
gifts and feed your love of reading, please OFFICE HOURS: Tues.-Fri.:
contact us to volunteer in the library for an 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
hour or two. We especially need bilingual assistants. Sat.: 9:00 am.- 4:00 p.m.
The library is open Sundays (8 AM to 1:30 PM) and
Thursdays (10 AM to 2 PM)---first floor of the Parish
Closed Days: Mon.
Center, Room 2.
For further information or to volunteer, please call Pat
Thompson (760) 433-8433 or Tony Martinez (Spanish) PARENTING MINISTRY
(760) 277-1986. Parents, come join with other Catholic parents on Sundays
We are not able to accept donations right now, but we from 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. in the McKeon Center for faith,
thank you for your past generosity. fellowship, and fun family ideas while your child is in
Religious Education classes.
MEDIA/BOOK OF THE WEEK: For more information, call Andy & Grace Domingo
Everyday Life in Bible Times 760.721.8131.
National Geographic
In these 448 color-packed pages, a world of marketplaces CHILDREN & YOUTH FAITH FORMATION
in man’s early cities comes alive for us today—a world of For any questions or more information please contact the
merchants hawking pots, lyres and melons, and a slave sells coordinators of the programs.
for less than a draft animal. The dust and danger of a Elementary (English); 7th - 9th: Larry LaGrasta 760-547-0712
caravan is stirred as Abraham leads his kin from pagan Ur to Elementary (Spanish): Elena Zavala 760-547-0715
the Chaldees. The smell of mud and straw arises as Hebrews Confirmation - 12th: Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702
make bricks under the lash of pharaohs; the jeers of a
Jerusalem mob resound as it surges to the “place of the
skull” to watch Roman soldiers execute the Prince of Peace.
ADULT FAITH FORMATION
In the past century the spades of science have brought WHAT CATHOLICS BELIEVE! - RCIA INQUIRY
forth a treasure of knowledge illuminating the great - Have you considered becoming a Catholic?
narratives of the Bible. Kings and conquests known only in - Are you interested in what Catholics believe?
its pages spring to life in texts and monuments. - Have you been away for a while and want to know what
With such finds as the clay tablets of Sumer and the Dead has changed?
Sea Scrolls of Qumran, scholars have revived those distant - Are you Catholic and have questions or want to find out
days when men began to farm, develop plow and wheel, more about your faith?
cluster their homes in towns, learn to write, make war and
worship. LESSONS OF FAITH:
“To believe there are ruins under a hill, and to find them,” Tuesday mornings at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM in Rm. #1.
says Dr. James Pritchard, “is one of the thrills of archeology.” A review of our beliefs, and discussions on life today in the
Share that thrill with Dr. Pritchard and other explorers as Catholic Faith using the United States Catholic Catechism for
they probe for secrets at the horizon of history. Adults as our guide. Lot’s of questions, discussions, and
much, much more.
OUR PARISH SUNDAY BOOKSTORE:
An assortment of gifts such as: bibles for children and WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY:
adults, rosaries, statues of many of our favorite saints Wednesdays from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM; Thursday mornings
(different sizes & styles), books, and much more! from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM and afternoons 1:30 PM to 3:00
The New Saint Joseph Sunday Missal for 2011 has PM in Rm. #1.
arrived and is on sale for $5.00. We will be using Little Rock Bible Study as the format for
The bookstore is available after the 8:00 am & 10:00 am study and discussion. Join us at any time!
Masses on Sunday. For more information call Bill Bischoff For more information on any of these programs, contact
760-547-0702. Bill Bischoff at 760-547-0702.

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Events Outside of the Parish Stewardship of Treasure
With gratitude for the gifts they have received, parishioners and
visitors made a joyful return to the Lord of the following:
ROSARY FOR LIFE AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD
Come join us , the Our Lady of Grace Collection for the weekend of 1/30/11:
Rosary SCC, in praying the rosary in front of
Plate Collection: $5,242.45
the Planned Parenthood Clinic, 1820 Marron
Envelope Collections: $9,528.05
Rd., Carlsbad. For more information, contact
School Collection: $2,221.50
Marge Collins at 760-967-5968.
Franciscan Missions: $2,535.00
TOTAL WEEKEND COLLECTION: $19,527.00

HEALING PRAYER AT ST. JAMES


Come and receive the many healing graces Stewardship Message
waiting for you at the February Healing Prayer
gatherings in the Adoration Chapel at St. James. Jesus said to his followers “You are the
Healing prayer is offered every Sunday after light of the world…your light must shine be-
the 9 a.m. Mass; First Mondays from 9-10 a.m.; fore others, that they may see your good
Second Tuesdays from 7-8:15 p.m.; and on deeds and glorify your heavenly Father.”
Third Saturdays after the 5 p.m. Mass. For information, call Christian stewards allow the light of Christ
(888) 590-5095. to shine through them to reach others. A
good reflection question for the week: In what ways do
we allow the light of Christ to shine through us?
CATHEDRALS OF SOUND
The Norbertines of St. Michael’s Abbey sing Opportunities at the Old Mission
Gregorian chant on a program with organist Obedience of Faith
Paul Jacobs and the Pacific Symphony, at the
Orange County Performing Arts Center on
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
February 24, 25, 26, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. 10:00 am to 1:00 pm with Father Larry Dolan, OFM
Discount tickets are a va i l a b l e through Our response to God is called the ‘obedience of faith.’ What
groups@pacificsymphony.org or call 714-876-2384. Visit our does this mean in today’s Church? Is there a conflict between
website at www.StMichaelsAbbey.com. obedience and reason? How can a thinking modern person
give faithful assent?
You must pre-register no later than February 2nd. The cost
Prayer Formation & Opportunities is $20 per person, which includes lunch.
To pre-register or for more information on this retreat or
CENTERING PRAYER: is a renewal of the rich any future retreats, please call the Mission at 760-757-3659
tradition of contemplative prayer in the or visit our website at www.sanluisrey.org.
Christian Church. It is designed to reduce
obstacles to an intimate personal relationship with Second Lecture in Series on Old Mission
God. Our centering prayer group meets every
Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:30 p.m. for prayer and
to be held February 17
instruction in Rm. #12 in the McKeon Ctr. For additional Please join the Old Mission San Luis
information, log onto: www.consd.com. Rey Foundation for the 2nd in their
complimentary lecture series, “King of
INTERCESSORY PRAYER: our parishioners have the
the Missions – Yesterday, Today and
opportunity to write their needs and blessings in the
Tomorrow.” The lecture will be
Intercessory Prayer books that are located in the Serra
conducted by Dr. Daniel Krieger, professor emeritus at Cal
Center and the Parish Chapel. Members of this ministry meet
Poly State and president of the California Missions Studies
each Saturday, from 8:15-9:00 a.m. in Rm. 209 to pray for all
Association. It will be held at Mira Costa College in the Little
members and the intentions written by the parishioners in
Theater on Thursday, February 17, 2011 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
the books. Members may also pray at home. Anyone can be
Please RSVP to 760-231-5362 or e-mail at
part of this ministry: shut-ins, retired, etc. For further
www.sanluisreyhistoricfoundation.com.
information, please call Beverly Giannelli at 760-758-0374.

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Prayer Makes All The Difference
Happy Birthday To:
[If you’d like a name to be added to the list of birthdays please call the Parish Off.] Daniel Morales 2/3, Julisa Frausto 2/6 (13 years old),
Marcelo Monasi 2/6, Abel Rendon 2/6, Jesus Sanchez 2/7, Daphne Gloster 2/7, Marian Knoblich 2/9, Cristian Vargas 2/10.
Happy Wedding Anniversary To: Charles & Thelma Poorman (63 years on February 10)
Our Parishioners Asking For Prayers:
[Please contact the Parish Off. to add or remove a parishioner name from the list.] Vincent Abate, Linda Allen, José Ameli-García, Cathy
Archuleta, Ariana Aquino, Sylvia V. Bagon, Ernesto Bazua, 1st Lt. Benjamin Joseph Beck (Army EOD-deployed 8/29/2009) Richard Becker,
John & Mary Fran Blankemeier, Geraldine Braun, Sarah Buzan, Candelaria Castellón, Christian Chavez, Gregory Chávez, Jim Clifford, Susan
Custer, Marge Dealy, Marie DeDonno, Dee Dismuke, Einar Dyblie, Gunnery Sgt. Richard Grant Estudillo (Deployed 4/3/2010 to Afghani-
stan) Jean Feehan, Jack Flatau, Mary Gallé, Francisco & María García, Efrain Gastelum, Virginia Gies, Clare Giska, Alice Greffly, Jonathan
Guerra, Jane Guinn, Genevieve Haase, Carlos Harrison, Jane Heim, Christine Harms, Beatrice Hoyt, Donald Hunt, Mary Jackson, Lorene
Kimbrel, Eva Koenig, Jeanne Kopp, Robert Kremer, Jim Long, Marilyn Macken, Margaret McChesney, Deborah McLeod, John McGervey,
Cullen McGovern-in Iraq, Albert J. Middlesworth, Patrice Miller, Luz Mora, Herman Mosqueda, Christian Navarro (deployed to Afghanistan
Nov. 2010), Jazmin Navarro, Sylvester Nwizu, Shirley O’Neil, Alesio & Elsie Pele, Sheila, & Anastasia Pele, Imeleta Pele, Maria Pele, Gina
Ponce, Thelma Poorman, Julia Prendergast, Samuel Ramirez, Rose Marie Reno, Max & Eva Ruiz, Conrad Salinas II (deployed 12/2009 to
Iraq), Conrad Salinas III (deployed 11/2009 to Afghanistan), Anita Saldaña, Maria Santiago, Irene Sarrazin, Ruth Schneider, Joseph F.
Schwartz, Patricia Sherwin, Cynthia Smith, Rita Stack, Dorothy Sweeney, Elizabeth Sweeney, Patrick Sweeney, Roy Timerman, Stella Thil,
Angel Tirona, George Uribe, Leticia Villanueva, Vincent Vitale, George Weaver, Tim Weber, Patty Wiley.
Family & Friends of Parishioners:
[Unless an update is given to the Parish Office, names will be kept on the list for a month only.] Milana Bergara 1/11, Melba Bishop
1/18, Hope Campbell 1/26, Paul Cassidy 1/5, Joyce Ann Chase 1/26, Henry Cortez 1/11, Howard Desforges 1/18, Agnes Douglas 1/26, Alex
Doyle 2/1, Gina Fauth 2/1, Dave Flatau 2/1, Sara Flores 1/26, Peter Gallé 1/5, Emilia Garcia 1/18, Olga Ghirardelli 1/18, Michael Giannelli 1/5,
Rotilio Gonzalez 1/14, Rita Gore 1/26, Connie Grabowski 1/18, Luis & Amelia Guerrero 1/5, Brian Keith 1/5, William Keith 1/5, Diane Kelly 1/5,
Doris Kosh 1/5, Corda Lucius 1/26, William Lucius 1/11, Min & Al Lum 1/11, Hilaria Martinez 1/18, Jerome Meuse 1/19, Marian Michel 1/18,
Patricia Ruth Mullaney 1/28, Grace Navarro 1/19, Corporal Jason Pacheco (wounded in Afghanistan), David Ramos [deployed to Af-
ghanistan], Steve Robertson 1/26, Sgt. Walter Sanderson [deployed 5/2010], Don Sandling 1/5, Sara Sarez 1/11, Frances Saucedo 1/11,
Jan Spires 1/5, Rosario Taitano 1/5, Joan Thackaberry 1/5, Hannah Thomas 2/1, Nick Timerman 1/5, Beti Villanueva 1/11, Ernestine Williams
1/5, Julie Ybarra 1/11.
Hospital: Frank Miconi (UCSD Cancer Center, La Jolla), Katiuscia Iccabella
Hospice: DeLourice Varrichio Solomine, Gina Ponce (Scripps Encinitas), Gregorio Martinez Sr.
Death: Marianne Defino, Sara Suarez, Mary Claudia Essig
Death Anniversary: Arcadio Bingabing
Parish Mass Intentions Nourishment for the Soul
February 12– February 19, 2011 (A Week Ahead)
Sat., Feb. 05: TODAY'S READINGS
5:00 p.m. SC Fernando & Ida Acuña (54 yrs.) First Reading -- If you share your food with the hungry,
7:00 p.m. SC +Ed Dunn, OFM provide housing for the homeless, then light shall break forth
Sun., Feb. 06: upon you (Isaiah 58:7-10).
7:00 a.m. OM +Cynthia Rosenberg Psalm -- The just man is a light in the darkness to the upright
8:00 a.m. SC +John Reyes (Psalm 112).
10:00 a.m. SC Arlene Rosenberg Second Reading -- My message to you, says Paul, was not
12:00 p.m. SC Benefactors & Donors
clever words of wisdom but the proclamation of Christ
5:00 p.m. SC +Henry Druther
crucified (1 Corinthians 2:1-5).
Mon., Feb. 07:
Gospel -- You are the salt of the earth, the light of the world.
7:30 a.m. PC +Guillermo Cubillos
In your good deeds your light shines before others, leading
Tues., Feb. 08:
them to glorify God (Matthew 5:13-16).
7:30 a.m. PC +Larry Lariosa
Wed., Feb. 09:
7:30 a.m. PC The Waite Family
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Gn 1:1-19; Mk 6:53-56
Thurs., Feb. 10: Tuesday: Gn 1:20 -- 2:4a; Mk 7:1-13
7:30 a.m. PC Rosie Wednesday: Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Mk 7:14-23
Fri., Feb. 11: Thursday: Gn 2:18-25; Mk 7:24-30
7:30 a.m. PC +Lorna Abrazado Friday: Gn 3:1-8; Mk7:31-37
Sat., Feb. 12: Saturday: Gn 3:9-24; Mk 8:1-10
7:30 a.m. PC +Claire Bresnahan Sunday: Sir 15:15-20; Ps 119; 1 Cor 2:6-10;
PC - Serra Center ; OM - Old Mission ; PC - Parish Chapel Mt 5:17-37 [20-22a, 27-28, 33-34a, 37]

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WEEKLY CALENDAR/CALENDARIO SEMANAL
Sunday, February 6 through Saturday, February 12, 2011
Domingo 6 de febrero hasta el sábado 12 de febrero del 2011
SUNDAY, February 6, 2011 - 5th Sunday in DOMINGO, 6 de febrero del 2011 - Quinto
Ordinary Time (Green) Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario (Verde)
Sunday Masses: Old Mission - 7:00 a.m. | Serra Ctr. - 8:00 a.m., MISAS: Misión Antigua - 7:00 a.m. (inglés - Padre Luis),
10:00 a.m., [12:00 p.m. Spanish] and 5:00 p.m. Centro Serra - 8:00 a.m. (inglés - Padre Larry), 10:00 a.m.
Samoan Youth Food Sale - Teriyaki chicken with rice and (inglés - Padre Chuck), 12:00 m.d. (español - Padre Luis) y
veggies, nachos, donuts, and drinks. 5:00 p.m. (inglés - Padre David)
Elementary Faith Formation Librería: entrada principal del Centro Serra - después
(English): Parish Building - 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
de la Misa
(Spanish): Parish Building - 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Library Open: 8:00-12:00 noon: Parish Center
Formación de Fe—Pre-Escolar a 6to grado (Elena Zavala
Bookstore: before and after 8/10 a.m. Masses - Serra Ctr. Foyer 760-547-0715): 10:30-11:45 a.m.

MONDAY, February 7, 2011 - Parish Offices LUNES, 7 de febrero del 2011 - Oficinas Cerradas
Closed [Para hablar con un Sacerdote en caso de emergencia,
[For “Anointing of the Sick” emergencies and/or “unción para los enfermos” o funerales llame al
funerals, call (760) 583-3393] 760-583-3393]
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.

TUESDAY, February 8, 2011 MARTES, 8 de febrero del 2011


Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Día de: San Jerónimo Emiliani; Santa Josefina Bakhita
Charismatic Prayer Mtg.: Old Mission Clare Room - 10:30 a.m. Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Lessons of Faith Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): Room #1 - 11:00 a.m. Oración de Intercesión: Capilla - 5:00 p.m.
Spanish Intercessory Prayer: Parish Chapel - 5:00 p.m. Ensayo del Coro de Grupo de Oración: Centro Parroquial -
Youth Faith Formation 6:30 p.m. a 8:30 p.m.
Parish and McKeon Center Buildings - 6:30 p.m.
Clase de Música (Lupe 760-547-0709): Estar en frente del
Heads of Ministry Meeting: Serra Center - 7:00 p.m.
Centro Serra a las 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, February 9, 2011 Formación de Fe Grados 7 al 12 o Confirmación y RICA (Bill
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Bischoff 760-547-0702): Centro Parroquial - 6:30 p.m.
BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am a 8:00 p.m.
Bereavement Ministry Mtg.: PC Rm. #1 - 2:00 p.m.
Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): PC Rm. #1 - 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. MIERCOLES, 9 de febrero del 2011
What Catholics Believe: McKeon Ctr. Rm. #20 - 6:30 p.m. Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Shepherds Choir Rehearsal: Music Room - 7:00 p.m. Reunión del Ministerio de Consuelo: Salón #1 - 2:00 p.m.
Centering Prayer: McKeon Center Rm. #12 - 7:00 p.m.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Devotion: Chapel - 7:00 p.m. JUEVES, 10 de febrero del 2011
RCIA: McKeon Ctr. Rm. #21 - 7:00 p.m. Día de: Santa Escolástica
THURSDAY, February 10, 2011 Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.
Grupo de Oración: Evento Especial de Alabanza con el
Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): PC Rm. #1 - 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Ministerio de Los Búhos y un Tema especial: Centro Serra -
Library Open: Library Rm. - 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m. 7:20 pm a 9:30 pm
Youth Ministry Meeting: McKeon Ctr. - 6:15 p.m.
OMMS Advisory Board Mtg.: PC Rm. #1 - 6:30 p.m. VIERNES, 11 de febrero del 2011
Filipino Choir Rehearsal: Music Room - 7:00 p.m. Día de: Nuestra Señora de Lourdes
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
FRIDAY, February 11, 2011
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. SABADO, 12 de febrero del 2011
Canine Companions Graduation: Serra Center - 8:00 a.m. Día de: Santa María
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
SATURDAY, February 12, 2011
Reunión Trimestral de Lideres: Capilla y Comedor Parroquial -
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.
Quarterly Leadership Meeting: PC Chapel & Dining Rm. - 8 a.m.
inscripciones a las 8:30 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Serra Center - 10:00-11:00 a.m. Sacramento de Reconciliación: Centro Serra -
Intercessory Prayer (Beverly): Rm. #209 - 8:15 a.m. 10:00 a.m. a 11:00 a.m.
BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am Misas: 5:00 p.m. (inglés) y 7:00 p.m. (español - Padre Luis)
MASSES: Serra Ctr. - 5:00 p.m. English & 7:00 p.m. Spanish.

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DEL ESCRITORIO DEL PARROCO… Continuación…

Querida Familia Parroquial, Yo trataré de anunciar los detalles del programa de becas en
¡Paz y todo bien! nuestro boletín próximo, pero en términos básicos, el Fidei-
En el Evangelio de esta semana, Mateo (5:13-16), Jesús les comiso Tom y Adele E. Davis permitiría la mitad del costo
dice a sus discípulos (y a nosotros) que ellos/que nosotros hasta de 10 matrículas a la Escuela Montessori durante los
somos la “sal de la tierra.” El lector moderno de estas pala- dos años próximos. Esto se traduce en un total de $20,000.
bras puede pensar: “¿Pues, y qué? La sal es barata: de hecho, Muchas gracias a Tom Davis por su contribución, tan tre-
este es un artículo básicamente gratis en los restaurantes. Y mendamente generosa y tan apreciada, la cual él ha hecho
además, la sal, después de todo, no es lo mejor para ti. De en honor y en memoria de su esposa Adele, quien falleció
hecho, ¿cuántos de nosotros estamos en dietas sin sal por recientemente.
razones de salud?”
Nosotros esperamos que este gesto inspire a otros feligreses
Pero, para los lectores primeros de las palabras de Jesús, esta a llevar a cabo un compromiso similar. Por cada $2.000 que
orden tuvo un efecto enteramente diferente. La sal, en el se obtengan, nosotros podremos tener un fondo de ½ matrí-
tiempo de Jesús, era un producto raro y precioso, usado co- cula el cual permitirá a un número de padres a proveer a sus
mo un preservativo de los alimentos y como un condimento hijos una educación Católica magnífica. Yo insisto y les reco-
para dar sabor. Era tan valiosa que, de hecho, los soldados miendo a que consideren hacer una contribución en cual-
romanos recibían su pago en sal “salarium” o lo que nosotros quier cantidad hacia este esfuerzo tan importante.
podríamos llamar su “salario.” La sal también era un signo de
amistad y de hospitalidad. Hasta hoy en día, algunas perso- Muchas gracias a todos ustedes—verdaderamente, ustedes
nas traen regalos de sal y de granos a los vecinos nuevos, son la sal de la tierra.
como un gesto de bienvenida.
Dios les bendiga,
La sal, por sí sola, es un artículo de utilidad mínima. Como un Padre Chuck
catalítico, sin embargo, esto tiene un efecto tremendo en el
sabor de la comida. Prueba las papas fritas sin sal, las nueces
sin sal o las papas sin sal si no me crees. ¿Buen sabor? No. ULTIMA OPORTUNIDAD PARA INSCRIBIRSE A LAS
Como seguidores de Jesús nosotros somos a ser “sal” - nues- CLASES DE MUSICA
tra presencia y nuestra acción en el mundo sirve como un ¡El Director de Música y Liturgia les agrade-
agente catalítico. Dondequiera que los Cristianos actúan co- ce a todos por su interés—Gracias a Dios hay
mo Cristianos, las cosas cambian: hay una insistencia por más más de 30 personas anotadas! Este domingo
paz, por más justicia, por más comunidad, por más compa- es la última oportunidad para anotarse. No se
sión. Más amor. Jesús nos recuerda que nosotros nunca de- permitirán más personas después de esta
bemos de subestimar la importancia de nuestras acciones— semana. Por favor llamen al Director al 760-547-0709. Las
todas las cosas tienen su efecto, aún si nuestros esfuerzos clases comienzan el martes, 8 de febrero a las 7:30 p.m. Fa-
aparentan ser insignificantes, o fallan a la vista… vor de traer un lápiz y una libreta y muchas ganas de apren-
Fuera de la Parroquia: Esta semana pasada nos hemos reuni- der.
do con los Católicos a través de todos los Estados Unidos Será muy divertido y aprenderemos técnicas, solfeo,
para celebrar la Semana de las Escuelas Católicas. El trabajo música católica y música clásica de todo el mundo.
de las Escuelas Católicas—y ellos trabajan maravillosamen- ¡Nos vemos en la fuente enfrente del Centro Serra el martes
te—especialmente nuestra escuela parroquial propia— 8 a las 7:00 p.m. La puntualidad es muy importante!
Montessori de la Vieja Misión. Muchas gracias a todos los
que participaron en la liturgia tan maravillosa de la Misa de Lupe, Director
10:00 a.m. de la semana pasada—y gracias especiales a todos
los niños y gente joven envueltos como acólitos, como miem- Grupo de Teatro Emmanuel
bros del coro y presentadores de los regalos del Ofertorio.
El Grupo de Teatro Emmanuel de nuestra
En la Misa Especial de los Niños (10:00 AM), yo anuncié algu- Parroquia necesita tu ayuda. Ellos necesitan
nas noticias maravillosas que desearía compartir con todos de 30 a 40 personas para la Obra de la Pasión
ustedes. Por la generosidad de nuestro feligrés, Tom Davis, de Cristo, la cual es presentada anualmente
nosotros estamos estableciendo el Fideicomiso Tom y Adele en Cuaresma. Por favor, consideren apoyar
E. Davis, el cual proveerá becas para estudiantes de la Escue- este ministerio. Los miembros de este grupo estarán dispo-
la Montessori de la Vieja Misión. nibles los sábados y los domingos después de la Misa. Para
Continúa en la columna siguiente...
mayor información, llamen a Lupercio al 760-613-5459.

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NOTA CATEQUETICA

La Escritura Es Un Instrumento De Unidad


LECTURAS DE HOY
En el pasado, la Biblia a menudo sepa-
raba a los Católicos de los protestantes. Primera lectura — Cuando compartes tu pan con el ham-
Cuando existen diferencias al entender briento, y sacias la necesidad del humillado, entonces brillará
las Escrituras es muy probable que se tu luz en las tinieblas (Isaías 58:7-10).
debe al método utilizado para leer la Salmo — El justo brilla como luz en las tinieblas (Salmo 112
Biblia y no debido a la Iglesia a la cual se [111]).
pertenece. Algunas personas escogen métodos analíticos y Segunda lectura — He anunciado a ustedes el misterio de
críticos para descubrir el significado de los textos bíblicos; Cristo crucificado, a fin de que la fe de ustedes dependa del
otros basan su interpretación de los pasajes solamente en el poder de Dios y no de la sabiduría de los hombres (1 Corin-
significado literal de las palabras. tios 2:1-5).
En el documento más reciente “La Interpretación de la Biblia Evangelio — Que su luz brille ante los hombres, para que
en la Iglesia” (1994), la Comisión Bíblica Pontificia insistió que, viendo sus buenas obras, den gloria a su Padre, que está en
tan importante como es lo que la Biblia significaba original- los cielos (Mateo 5:13-16).
mente, nosotros debemos preocuparnos por lo que ésta signifi-
ca en el mundo de hoy—un mundo envuelto en injusticia LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
económica, en guerra y en discriminación. Esto significa que , al Lunes: Gn 1:1-19; Mc 6:53-56
leer la Biblia, nosotros debemos estar sensitivos a asuntos so- Martes: Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Mc 7:1-13
bre sexo, raza, origen étnico, clase y otros factores políticos Miércoles: Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Mc 7:14-23
que forman el mundo real. Estos factores influencian la forma Jueves: Gn 2:18-25; Mc 7:24-30
de las mujeres y de los hombres percibir la realidad y moldear
Viernes: Gn 3:1-8; Mc7:31-37
sus mundos internos y externos.
Sábado: Gn 3:9-24; Mc 8:1-10
Esta sensibilidad es difícil de desarrollar particularmente
Domingo: Sir 15:15-20; Sal 119 (118); 1 Cor 2:6-10;
cuando leemos cuentos o narraciones que favorecen claramen-
Mt 5:17-37 [20-22a, 27-28, 33-34a, 37]
te a un grupo en vez de otro. Por ejemplo, los israelitas son
preferidos a menudo sobre los egipcios, los hombres son prefe-
ridos a las mujeres así como los incapacitados físicos son consi-
derados como una forma de castigo por haber pecado. Uno de El justo brilla como una luz en
los asuntos que nos presiona hoy en día es el reto a ser fieles al las tinieblas.
significado de las narraciones bíblicas y a la vez como interpre- — Salmo 112(111):4
tarnos estas en el mundo de hoy en día.
Hemos recorrido un gran techo en el rea de sensitividad. El
movimiento de liberación teológica que apareció en Latino
América a principios de 1970 ha afectado significativamente la PREGUNTA DE LA SEMANA
forma nuestra de leer la Biblia. La experiencia de opresión y de ¿Qué satisface tu hambre espiritual? ¿Cómo puedes compar-
pobreza trajo a la gente a una apreciación nueva de los cuentos tir el alimento de tu fe con alguien hoy?
sobre la liberación de la Biblia. Esto a su vez ha inspirado a mu-
cha gente a cuestionar las estructuras y las políticas del gobier-
no que ellos consideran que son injustas. Relacionados con EVENTO ESPECIAL DEL GRUPO DE ORACION
esta situación encontramos el movimiento de liberación feme-
Nuestro Grupo de Oración se reúne los jueves en la Capilla
nina y su interés en el uso de lenguaje inclusivo en las traduc-
Parroquial de 7:00 p.m. a 8:45 p.m. ¡Todos son bienvenidos!
ciones bíblicas así como en las plegarias utilizadas durante las
liturgias.
Algunos descartan el lenguaje inclusivo considerando que Celebremos juntos el Día del Amor y de la Amistad con
ésto es solamente una corrección de política. ¿Pero realmente, Alabanza de 6:00 p.m. a 7:15 p.m. con el Ministerio de Músi-
no trata esta sobre reconocer la igualdad de todos ante Dios? ca “Alfa y Omega.” Nuestro Tema será “El Amor de Dios” con
el Ministerio de “Los Búhos” de Mexicali, Baja California de
7:20 p.m. a 9:30 p.m.
Para más información, comuníquense con José Maceda
LES PEDIMOS POR FAVOR, al 760-801-3403.
si han cambiado de domicilio o de número de teléfono, nos lla-
men a la Oficina Parroquial y nos den sus datos nuevos, para Las Oficinas Parroquiales estarán CERRADAS el sábado, 19
poder actualizar y tener al día nuestros archivos. ¡Gracias! de febrero por motive al Día de Los Presidentes.

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