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Franciscan Friars

PARISH INFORMATION
(760) 757-3250 / Fax. (760) 757-3299
E-mail: mslrp@sanluisreyparish.org
Parish Office Hours/Horario de Oficina:
Tues./Sat.: 8:00-4:00 pm
4070 Mission Ave., Oceanside CA 92057
Website: www.sanluisreyparish.org
PARISH OFFICE/OFICINA PRINCIPAL
(760) 757-3250 / mslrp@sanluisreyparish.org November 14, 2010
Shirley Gonzalez - Secretary (760) 547-0706
33rd Sunday In Ordinary Time
BUSINESS OFFICE/OFICINA DE NEGOCIOS
Allen Hartman-Business Manager
(760) 547-0705 / bizmgr@sanluisreyparish.org
Martha Sandling-Bookkeeper
PASTORAL STAFF
    Fr. Charles “Chuck” Talley, OFM - Pastor:
(760) 547-0711 / finance@sanluisreyparish.org
(760) 757-3250 x114/ pastor@sanluisreyparish.org
FAITH FORMATION/FORMACION DE FE Fr. Adrian Peelo, OFM - Associate Pastor:
(760) 547-0716 / resecretary@sanluisreyparish.org (760) 757-3250 x123/ fradrian@sanluisreyparish.org
Fr. Luis Guzman, OFM - Associate Pastor:
Bill Bischoff - Director of Catechetical Ministry
(760) 757-3250 x107/ frluis@sanluisreyparish.org
(760) 547-0702/ religioused@sanluisreyparish.org
SOCIAL CONCERNS/ASUNTOS SOCIALES
Carmen Parra (760) 547-0708
LITURGY SCHEDULE
Monday – Saturday:
PARISH SCHOOL/ESCUELA PARROQUIAL Daily Mass Parish Chapel - 7:30 a.m.
 
(760) 757-3232 / www.omms.org
Saturday Liturgies/Misas:
Wanda King - Principal
Serra Center - 5:00 p.m., [7:00 p.m. Español]
Pre-School thru 8th grade  

Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Sunday Liturgies/Misas:


Old Mission: 7:00 a.m.
DIGITAL MEDIA/MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION Serra Center: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m.,
Karen Willson (760) 547-0701/
[12:00 p.m. Español], and 5:00 p.m.
stewards@sanluisreyparish.org  

Sacrament of Reconciliation/
HISTORIC OLD MISSION/MISION ANTIGUA
(760) 757-3651 / www.sanluisrey.org Reconciliación
Fr. Laurence Dolan, OFM - Guardian Saturdays/Sábados:
Fr. David Gaa, OFM - Executive Director Serra Center: 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Ed Gabarra - Administrator (Except on Holiday Weekends, i.e.,
Terry Hawthorne - Cemetery (760) 757-3651 x133 Memorial Day, etc./Excepto en los días festivos)
Retreat Center - (760) 757-3659 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY Adoración del Santísimo Sacramento
ANOINTING OF THE SICK/EMERGENCIAS 1st Friday/1er Viernes
(760) 583-3393 Parish Chapel: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
From The Pastor’s Desk sustained by the promise of God’s presence and healing
care. That reassurance, of course, by no means lets us off
Dear Members of our Parish Family, the hook. We are at the same time reminded to work
“Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice.” participate actively in God’s healing through our own
wrote the celebrated American poet Robert Frost. “From actions and commitment. . .
what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those for fire.” The In just two short weeks, we will be celebrating the first
apocalypse, or the “end times” has been a source of Sunday of Advent, the beginning of our liturgical year.
constant meditation, reflection and concern for people of Christmas will definitely be here before we know it. Bishop
every generation, including our own. War, natural disaster, Robert Brom will be with us to inaugurate this holy season
civil unrest, and economic disaster in one part of the world as well as the start of a Year of Prayer both at the Mission
or another are the staple of our daily news. We have lived and Parish. He will lead a service of solemn Vespers on
in the threatening shadow of nuclear war for so long now Saturday, November 27, in the Old Mission Church, at 4
we no longer give it a second thought. pm. All are welcome.
On the more immediate and personal level, people we Also, this year we are working to prepare ourselves spiri-
know and love—and sometimes we ourselves-- have had to tually to receive Christ more deeply in our hearts through a
confront personal “apocalypse” in the form of death, life- parish-wide Mission. Our own Father Larry Dolan, ofm,
threatening illnesses, loss of work, home and family Guardian of our Franciscan fraternity here at Mission San
stability. When we lose someone we love, it certainly Luis Rey, will be leading the English-language component
feels—at least for a time—that our world has ended. of the Mission, starting with preaching at all the English
Jesus speaks directly to this experience in this weekend’s Masses on the weekend of December 4-5 and continuing
Gospel from Luke (21:5-19). He predicts the imminent with nightly sessions in the Parish Chapel December 6, 7,
destruction of the city of Jerusalem, which actually took and 8 (7-9 pm each night).
place in 70 AD-- nearly four decades after his death and
The Spanish-language component of our Parish Mission
Resurrection. This political and social chaos would be
will be lead by Frs. Andres Rivero, Luis Guzman, and my-
accompanied by a period of virulent persecution of His own
self, with presentations on December 9, 10, and 11—
followers as well. Yet, while He is prophesying a scene of
leading up to celebrations of the Feast of Our Lady of Gua-
almost unthinkable destruction, Jesus is at the same time
dalupe on December 12. These sessions, as well, will be
offering tremendous hope: “…. not a hair on your head will
held in the Parish Chapel. Please check the bulletin for
be destroyed.
 By your perseverance you will secure your
complete details.
lives.”
It is this unfathomable hope—a deep-seated and radical All are welcome to take the opportunity to participate in
confidence in God’s presence, care, and faithfulness—that this time of personal reflection, preparation, and spiritual
has both propelled and sustained Christians in the faith for renewal.
over two millennia. And it continues to inform and Peace and all good,
encourage us in our own time. Even in the midst of disaster
and disaster—whether personal or global-- we are Fr. Chuck

Sports Court News!    Now I want to tell you about a man named Charlie
Shacochis. You see Charlie was an active member of the
parish and a member of the the Knights of Columbus.
Charlie’s Buckets Charlie saw a need for this new organ and decided he
Article by Lee Bickford
would lead the charge to raise funds to buy it. Charlie came
So you may be asking “Why is the up with the idea to collect our “spare change”. He built
parish using those cheap buckets to simple tri-pods, attached buckets and week after week
collect spare change for the Sports Charlie and his “Bucket Brigade” would be out collecting
Court/ parking lot?” Well, let me tell you spare change after Mass.
the story of these white buckets that we It would take Charlie quite a while to reach his goal but he
have come to call “Charlie’s Buckets” finally did it! Today, as a result of the determination of one
Years ago when we had finished man (and the help of the Knights of Columbus) ; we have a
building the Serra Center we had a huge need for better beautiful organ in the Serra Center.
music in our Liturgy. A fine organ was just what we needed Now, when you drop your “spare Change” in the buckets
to enhance our Spirit at Mass. But this was an expensive for our Sports Court/Parking Lot, think of Charlie and think
wish; it would cost in the area of $65,000. How could we of the power we have when our entire Community comes
come up with that kind of money? together to rebuild our Church!

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Parish News & Happenings Small Christian Communities’ Upcoming Events
The Small Christian Communities would like to invite you to
PARISH IMPROVEMENTS participate in our upcoming events:
Over the past months we have seen many significant Nov. 19 - SCC Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner at 6 PM in the
improvements to our parish campus. I encounter visitors McKeon Ctr. Please see the potluck list below.
every day and every one of them always comments on the Nov. 20 - Turkey Raffle to benefit the Sports Ct. and SCC
beauty of our facility. We are now embarking on a project Groups. Ask a SCC Member for a $1 ticket for a chance to
that again will have a major impact on our physical plant. win a turkey! There will be 10 winners. Buy your ticket
The Our Lady of Guadalupe Sport Court will not only give today!
ALL of our parishioners a place to play and exercise, it will Nov. 21 – Small Christian Community Group After 10:00
also provide puddle free parking for the first time in our AM Mass in the Dining Rm. New Members Welcome!
history. I have heard some parishioners say “oh it’s just a Nov. 25 - Thanksgiving Dinner for Military at 2 PM in the
parking lot” or “oh it will be a nice place for the kids to play”, McKeon Ctr. All are welcome! Please RSVP!
however, this project is more than either of these comments Last Name Ending Dish to Bring
give it credit for. A–E Dessert
You all know by now that it is a major investment (the F–J Salads
budget is $330,000) but it is also a major improvement. I K–O Stuffing and/or cultural dishes
urge you to think of this level of improvement as one worthy P–T Vegetables and or Casseroles
of a significant contribution. We started off with doing U–Z Drinks
rummage sales, talent shows and the like and raised enough November 28 - Free Donut Fellowship after 7, 8, 10 AM &
to get started on the project. It is now time to recognize the 12 PM Masses.
value that this project brings and make a decision to For more information on any of the above events or future
contribute significantly to its success. Allen Hartman. events, contact Brian Bieber (760) 967-8102.

HELP WANTED
After many years of faithful service Martha Sandling has Ministers of the Sick and Homebound
decided it is time to have a little more fun in life.  

On Saturday, November 20th, at 12:00 noon we will have


However, that means that we must find a new bookkeeper
our monthly ministry meeting in the Dining Rm. in the Parish
for the parish. The successful candidate should be
knowledgeable of QuickBooks and knowledge of Parish Data Center. Refreshments will be served.
Systems would be a plus. In addition, the position provides Please RSVP no later than Wednesday, November 17th, to
HR and third party pay roll support. The position will Walt & Dorothy Arney at 760-433-2027 or 757-3250 ext. 200
support both the parish and Old Mission Montessori School.
For a full job description please contact Allen Hartman at
bizmgr@sanluisreyparish.org. You may also e-mail a resume Thanksgiving Day Mass
to that address or use US mail to 4070 Mission Avenue, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. in the Serra Center
Oceanside, CA. 92057. No phone calls please.
(Our parish offices will be CLOSED for
Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 25, and the
THANK YOU AL MAYEN
two days after: Fri., Nov. 26 and Sat.
Al Mayen has decided to retire again, but this time it is Nov. 27. We wish everyone a very
from a church ministry head position. Often you do not see blessed Thanksgiving.)
Al present at Mass but he is there in the AV room bringing
an electronic form of life to our celebration. He has been
doing this for over ten years, through operators forgetting to
Dear Parishioners:
show up, computer crashes, and sound system failures he
The 6th Grade Class at Old Mission
(and his team) has persevered. Again thank you Al for your
Montessori, would like to thank everyone for
many weekends of service, you will be missed.
We welcome Jackie Bickford, who has volunteered to take your support of our fundraiser. We knew selling
her years of service as an AV operator to the next level and Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland was not
lead this important ministry. Jackie can use your help. If you going to be an easy task. But with our parish behind us-- We
are interested in becoming an AV operator or just think that were successful!
you might be interested, please give Jackie a call or sign up Thank you to all who bought a tree, gave a donation, or
on the volunteer sheets in the AV room. A general training wished us well!
and retraining session is being planned so there is no better The 6th Grade Class of OMMS
time to get involved. Allen Hartman. (and the Fundraising Committee)

November 14, 2010 — Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time | 3


Save the Date for the Parish Missions
Faith Formation Office
We will have Parish Missions in
preparation for the Christmas season. Join Tel. 760-547-0716
Father Larry Dolan, ofm as he presents
E-mail: resecretary@sanluisreyparish.org
“Prepare the Way of the Lord”, beginning on
Sunday, December 5th during the OFFICE HOURS: Tues.-Fri.:
regular Sunday Masses and continuing on 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 6th through Wednesday, Dec. 8th at 7:00 Sat.: 9:00 am.- 4:00 p.m.
p.m. in the Parish Chapel.
Closed Days: Mon.
Fr. Larry Dolan, OFM, entered the Franciscan Order in 1987
after serving as a priest of the Diocese of San Diego for 22
years. He is a graduate of the Pontifical Gregorian University PARENTING MINISTRY
in Rome. He taught at the University of San Diego and has
served in parishes in San Diego, Guaymas, Portland, the Parents, come join with other Catholic parents on Sundays
Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation and Huntington Beach. from 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. in the McKeon Center for faith,
He most recently served as rector of the Conventual Church fellowship, and fun family ideas while your child is in
of Our Lady of the Angels and Director of Pastoral Ministry at Religious Education classes.
the Franciscan Renewal Center in Scottsdale, AZ. Presently For more information, call Andy & Grace Domingo
he is guardian of Old Mission San Luis Rey in Oceanside, CA. 760.721.8131.

CHILDREN & YOUTH FAITH FORMATION


SOCIAL CONCERNS For any questions or more information please contact the
THANKSGIVING FOOD BASKET DRIVE coordinators of the programs.
Please sponsor an entire family or Elementary (English); 7th - 9th: Larry LaGrasta 760-547-0712
whatever you can afford for a generous Elementary (Spanish): Elena Zavala 760-547-0715
Thanksgiving Food Basket at $40.00 per family. Confirmation - 12th: Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702
Please mark your check “Food Basket” and place
it in the collection. We also gladly accept any donations of ADULT FAITH FORMATION
turkeys, hams, other holiday goodies especially home baked
WHAT CATHOLICS BELIEVE! - RCIA INQUIRY
cakes, pies, etc. We would appreciate it if you would check
- Have you considered becoming a Catholic?
your cans and eliminate all out-dated, rusted, dented or
- Are you interested in what Catholics believe?
obviously old cans. Please bring your donations directly to
- Have you been away for a while and want to know what
the Social Concerns Department in the Loretto House, across
has changed?
from the McKeon Center during normal parish business
- Are you Catholic and have questions or want to find out
hours.
more about your faith?
Families sponsored to date: 130
Thank you all, Carmen Parra, Social Concerns - Ext. 108 WHO ARE THE JEWS? - LECTURES ON JUDAISM
Join us for a series of talks beginning Tuesday, November
Opportunities at the Old Mission 9th on Judaism and continuing through November. Our
presenter is Mr. Joseph Sims who completed his journey of
Thanksgiving Serenity Retreat faith in joining our Parish faith community through RCIA
November 26-28, 2010 - With Bro. Kelly Cullen, OFM last Easter vigil.
Joe will discuss his own journey of faith as he presents
This retreat, based on Dickens “A Christmas Carol”
topics such as: Who are the Jews, Religious Texts, Rabbinic
explores how Scrooge, once freed from his false
Text (Oral Torah), Jewish Holidays, Siddur/Prayer Book,
love and addiction, changes his life and never looks
Kabbalah, Chasiddism, and much more.
back. The Twelve Steps of AA and Al-Anon likewise
These presentations will take the place of Lesson of Faith
open us to a new way of living life and relating.
class and the weekly bible study. These presentations will
Come deepen your sense of forward motion into life!
begin on Tuesday, November 9th at 11:00 a.m.,
This retreat begins with dinner Friday at 6:00 pm and ends Wednesday, November 10th at 6:30 p.m., and Thursday,
with lunch on Sunday. Check-in from 4:00 pm-6:00 pm.
November 11th at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. All presenta-
Private single room $220; Shared room $170 pp; Commuter
tions will be held in Rm. #1 in the Parish Center.
$100 pp.
Please pre-register by calling 760-757-3659 or visit our For more information on these or any Adult Faith Formation
website at www.sanluisrey.org program, please call Bill Bischoff at 760-547-0702.

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Reading Resources Stewardship of Treasure
PARISH LIBRARY With gratitude for the gifts they have received, parishioners and
visitors made a joyful return to the Lord of the following:
Please visit our wonderful Parish Library to
discover many wonderful treasures about Collection for the weekend of 11/07/10
the Catholic Faith, saints, bible study, popes, Envelope Collection (# of envelopes = 465): $13,063.50
and scores of other topics in published and Loose Checks: $1,015.00
media formats. We are open every Thursday Plate Collection: $5,819.00
10 AM-2 PM and every Sunday 8:30 AM to 12 SUNDAY COLLECTION: $19,897.50
Noon. We now have Mr. Tony Martinez EFT Donations: $786.00
available for our Spanish-speaking brothers and sisters. TOTAL SUNDAY COLLECTION: $20,683.50
Our Spanish library is growing, so stop in and check it out. All Saints: $844.00
For Information, call Pat Thompson at 760-433-8433. All Souls: $1,196.00
Total Collections: $22,723.50
BOOK OF THE WEEK:
The Comparison for this same period in 2009:
With a Listening Heart Sunday Collection: $18,314.50
“Biblical & Spiritual Reflections on the Psalms” Electronic Fund Donation: $809.50
by Fr. Bertrand Buby, SM All Saints $2,064.00
The Book of Psalms is a collection of ancient poetic songs All Souls $2,000.00
whose beauty and meaning are often obscured by language, Total Sunday Collection: $23,188.00
culture and the time in which they were written.
Biblical scholars have done much of the work for us and we *****************
find their conclusions set forth in this remarkably brief and This fiscal year’s weekly goal is:
highly readable book. As the title indicates, we need an open $20,575.00
heart and an attentive ear in order to enter into the spirit Our weekly year to date average is $19,948.00
and meaning of these great prayers of the Hebrew and ******************
Christian faith. The author has painstakingly taken each of
the 150 psalms in order and succinctly pointed out what to
Collection for National Needs
look for if we are to cull the maximum benefit from them. Next weekend, Nov. 20-21, has been designated for the
With this book in one hand and the psalms in the other, the 2010 Collection for National Needs. Special envelopes will be
reader will reap the abundant rewards reserved for those available for this collection which supports the Black and
who have a listening heart. Indian Missions, the Catholic Home Missions, the Catholic
Communication Campaign, the Catholic Campaign for Human
Development, and the Catholic University of America. Your
OUR PARISH SUNDAY BOOKSTORE: generous support is greatly appreciated.
Advent & Christmas
The Parish Sunday Bookstore is offering many
items to help members of the parish to celebrate
Events Outside of the Parish
the Catholic seasons of Advent and Christmas
including: ROSARY AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD
Advent wreath rings & candles priced - $5.00 per set. Or Come join us in prayer, the Our Lady of Grace Rosary SCC,
wreath ring at $2.99, and the candles at $1.99 at the Planned Parenthood Clinic, 1820 Marron Rd.,
Advent Calendars for children & family many choices - $1.00 Carlsbad,. For more information and for dates and times,
Nativity Sets (Crèche) – from $16.00 - $40.00 contact Marge Collins at 760-967-5968.
St. Nicholas Christmas ornament - $10.00
Timely Gifts for Christmas also include: bibles for children Vigil for all Nascent Human Life
and adults, rosaries, statues of many of our favorite saints On Saturday, November 27th, at St. Peter’s
(different sizes & styles), books, and much more! Basilica, Pope Benedict XVI will celebrate a
The New Saint Joseph Sunday Missal for 2011 has arrived Vigil for All Nascent Human Life coinciding with
and is on sale for $5.00. the first vespers of the First Sunday of Advent.
In the Diocese of San Diego, there will be such a
The bookstore is available after the 8:00 am & 10:00 am celebration, on Saturday, November 27th at 7:00 p.m., at St.
Masses on Sunday. For more information call bill Bischoff Brigid’s Catholic Church, (4735 Cass St., San Diego, CA
760-547-0702. 92109), with Bishop Robert Brom presiding.

November 14, 2010 — Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time | 5


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.] Clinton Shelton 11/16, Emily Matienzo 11/16, Maria
Perez 11/16, Marta Arroyo 11/17, John Iñiguez 11/17, Elizabeth Salinas 11/17, Maria Guadalupe Ramirez 11/20, Barbara Perry 11/29.
Happy Wedding Anniversary To: Dionisio & Aurora Suarez (celebrating 54 years)
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, Sylvia V. Bagon, Ernesto Bazua, 1st Lt. Benjamin Joseph Beck (Army EOD-deployed 8/29/2009) Richard Becker, John & Mary
Fran Blankemeier, Sarah Buzan, Candelaria Castellón, Christian Chavez, Gregory Chávez, Susan Custer, Adele Davis, Marge Dealy, Marie
DeDonno, Dee Dismuke, Einar Dyblie, Gunnery Sgt. Richard Grant Estudillo (Deployed 4/3/2010 to Afghanistan) Jean Feehan, Jack
Flatau, Francisco & María García, Efrain Gastelum, Virginia Gies, Clare Giska, Jonathan Guerra, Genevieve Haase, Carlos Harrison, Jane
Heim, Christine Harms, Donald Hunt, Mary Jackson, Lorene Kimbrel, Walter and 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, Sylvester Nwizu, Eleanor Papevis, Alesio & Elsie Pele, Gabriel, Sheila, & Anastasia Pele, Imeleta Pele, Maria Pele,
Thelma Poorman, Julia Prendergast, Samuel Ramirez, Max & Eva Ruiz, Conrad Salinas II (deployed 12/2009 to Iraq), Conrad Salinas III
(deployed 11/2009 to Afghanistan), Anita Saldaña, 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, Leticia Villanueva, Vincent
Vitale, George Weaver, Tim Weber, Jan Weits, 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.] Annie Berk 11/2, Paul Cassidy 11/9,
Howard Desforges 11/10, Fermin Flores 10/26, Peter Gallé 10/26, Olga Ghirardelli 10/15, Michael Giannelli 11/4, Rita Gore 11/9, Jack & Pat
Goslin 10/26, Ron Hoak 10/26, Emma Joel 11/3, Corporal Corey Jones [deployed 5/9/10 to Afghanistan], Brian Keith 11/9, William Keith
11/9, Fernando Lopez 10/13, William Lucius 11/9, Mary Lou Mendez 10/26, Ricardo Mendez 10/26, Mimi Mullaney 10/28, Corporal Jason
Pacheco (wounded in Afghanistan), The Potts Family 11/6, David Ramos [deployed to Afghanistan], Duane Reno 10/20, Sgt. Walter
Sanderson [deployed 5/2010], Don Sandling 10/27, Joan Sigafoos 10/19, Jan Spires 10/26, Nick Timerman 11/6, Darrell Turner 11/10, Beti
Villanueva 10/26, Lisa Warrillow 11/9.
Hospital: Frank Miconi (UCSD Cancer Center, La Jolla), Katiuscia Iccabella, Joyce Williams (Tri-City Hospital), Rose Yamamoto, Rick
Perkins.
Hospice: DeLourice Varrichio Solomine, Don Snow Thank you everyone in the parish for the
Death: Robert Carson prayers, from Steve & Teresa Kocheran
Death Anniversary: Thomas Mulholland

Parish Mass Intentions Nourishment for the Soul


November 20– November 27, 2010 (A Week Ahead)
Sat., Nov. 20: 5:00 p.m. SC +Eugene Harold TODAY'S READINGS
7:00 p.m. SC +James & Peggy Hoban First Reading -- There will arise the sun of justice with its
healing rays (Malachi 3:19-20a).
Sun., Nov. 21: 7:00 a.m. OM +Diane King
Psalm -- The Lord comes to rule the earth with justice (Psalm
8:00 a.m. SC +Gordon Mass & Walther
98).
Vierra
Second Reading -- Paul speaks of his hard work among the
10:00 a.m. SC +Lolo Ruiz
Thessalonians (2 Thessalonians 3:7-12).
12:00 p.m. SC +Mary Neal Seed
Gospel -- Jesus foretells the destruction of Jerusalem, the
5:00 p.m. SC +Angelina Arevalo
persecution of his followers. But their perseverance will be
Mon., Nov. 22: 7:30 a.m. PC +Rosemary Smith their salvation (Luke 21:5-19).
Tues., Nov. 23: 7:30 a.m. PC +Louise Mgyar READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Wed., Nov. 24: 7:30 a.m. PC +Alejandro C. Ramos Monday: Rv 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Lk 18:35-43
Tuesday: Rv 3:1-6, 14-22; Lk 19:1-10
Thurs., Nov. 25: 7:30 a.m. PC Sandy Williams
Wednesday: Rv 4:1-11; Lk 19:11-28
Fri., Nov. 26: 7:30 a.m. PC +Robert Vanesse Thursday: Rv 5:1-10; Lk 19:41-44 or (for the
Sat., Nov. 27: 7:30 a.m. PC +Gerry Muray memorial of the Dedication) Acts 28:11-16,
30-31; Mt 14:22-33
*SC - Serra Center ; OM - Old Mission ; PC - Parish Chapel
Friday: Rv 10:8-11; Lk 19:45-48
MASSES ARE SCHEDULED ACCORDING TO THE ABOVE Saturday: Rv 11:4-12; Lk 20:27-40
SCHEDULE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. The Parish Office
Sunday: 2 Sm 5:1-3; Ps 122; Col 1:12-20; Lk 23:35-43.
has NO ACCESS to the calendar and CANNOT guarantee a date.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR/CALENDARIO SEMANAL
Sunday, November 14 through Saturday, November 20, 2010
Domingo 14 de noviembre hasta el sábado 20 de noviembre del 2010
SUNDAY, November 14, 2010 - 33rd Sunday in DOMINGO, 14 de noviembre - 33° del Tiempo
Ordinary Time (Green) Ordinario (Verde)
Sunday Masses: Old Mission - 7:00 a.m. | Serra Ctr. - 8:00 a.m., Día de: María, Madre de la Iglesia, Patrona de la Diócesis de
10:00 a.m., [12:00 p.m. Spanish] and 5:00 p.m. Caguas, Puerto Rico
Food Sale by Samoan Youth Community MISAS: Misión Antigua - 7:00 a.m. (inglés),
Elementary Faith Formation: Centro Serra - 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. (inglés), 12:00 m.d.
(English): Parish Building - 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. (español—Padre Charles “Chuck”) y 5:00 p.m. (inglés)
(Spanish): Parish Building - 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Venta de Comida del Ministerio de los Jóvenes Samoanos
Library Open: 8:00-12:00 noon: Parish Center Formación de Fe Año 2010-2011—Pre-Escolar a 6to grado (Elena
Bookstore: before and after 8/10 a.m. Masses - Serra Ctr. Foyer Zavala 760-547-0715): 10:30-11:45 a.m.
Biblioteca: Centro Parroquial 1er piso - 8:00 a.m. a 12:00 m.d.
MONDAY, November 15, 2010 - Parish Offices Librería: después de la Misa de 12:00 del mediodía
Closed
[For “Anointing of the Sick” emergencies and/or LUNES, 15 de noviembre - Oficinas Cerradas
funerals, call (760) 583-3393] Día de: San Alberto Magno, Obispo y Doctor
[Para hablar con un Sacerdote en caso de emergencia,
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.
“unción para los enfermos” o funerales llame
al 760-583-3393]
TUESDAY, November 16, 2010 Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.
Charismatic Prayer Mtg.: Old Mission Clare Room - 10:30 a.m. MARTES, 16 de noviembre
Lessons of Faith Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): Room #1 - 11:00 a.m.
Día de: Santa Margarita de Escocia; Santa Gertrudis, Virgen
Spanish Intercessory Prayer: Parish Chapel - 5:00 p.m.
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Youth Faith Formation:
Oración de Intercesión: Capilla - 5:00 p.m.
Parish and McKeon Center Buildings - 6:30 p.m.
Ensayo del Coro de Grupo de Oración: Salón de Música -
6:30 p.m. a 8:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, November 17, 2010 Formación de Fe Grados 7 al 12, Confirmación y Adolescentes en
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. RICA (Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702): 6:30 p.m. a 8:00 p.m.
BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am
Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): PC Rm. #1 - 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. MIERCOLES, 17 de noviembre
What Catholics Believe: McKeon Ctr. Rm. #20 - 6:30 p.m.
Día de: Santa Isabel de Hungría
OMMS Advisory Board: PC Rm. #1 - 6:30 p.m.
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Centering Prayer: McKeon Center Rm. #12 - 7:00 p.m.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Devotion: Chapel - 7:00 p.m.
Serie de “Bohemia Bíblica” (por Padre Andrés Rivero): Salón
RCIA: McKeon Ctr. Rm. #21 - 7:00 p.m. #13 del Centro McKeon - 7:00 p.m. a 9:00 p.m.

THURSDAY, November 18, 2010 JUEVES, 18 de noviembre


Día de: La Dedicación de las Basílicas de San Pedro y San Pablo;
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.
Santa Rose Philippine Duchesne
Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): PC Rm. #1 - 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Library Open: Library Rm. - 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.
Choir Rehearsal (Nancy): Music Room - 6:30 p.m.
Grupo de Oración “Alabanza y Adoración al Santísimo”: Capilla
Altar Server Monthly Mtg.: Serra Center - 6:30 p.m. Parroquial - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

FRIDAY, November 19, 2010 VIERNES, 19 de noviembre


Día de: Ntra. Sra. de la Divina Providencia, Patrona de Puerto
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.
Rico
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
SATURDAY, November 20, 2010
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. SABADO, 20 de noviembre
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Serra Center - 10:00-11:00 a.m. Día de: Santa María Virgen
Cursillo (Beryl 760-757-2373): PC Dining Rm. - 8:00 a.m.
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.
Samoan Choir Rehearsal: Music Room - 8:00 a.m. Información para Bautizos (ext. 113): 9:00 a.m. a 11:30 a.m.
Intercessory Prayer (Beverly): Rm. #209 - 8:15 a.m. Sacramento de Reconciliación: Centro Serra - 10:00 a.m. a
BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am
11:00 a.m.
Ministers to the Sick and Homebound Mtg.:
Reunión del Ministerio de los Enfermos y Confinados en Casa:
PC Dining Rm. - 12:00 p.m.
Comedor Parroquial - 12:00 del mediodía
Altar Server Food Sale for Evening Masses
MASSES: Serra Ctr. - 5:00 p.m. English & 7:00 p.m. Spanish. MISAS: 5:00 p.m. (inglés) y 7:00 p.m. (español - Padre Andrés)

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También, este año, nosotros estamos trabajando para prepa-
rarnos espiritualmente para recibir a Cristo más profunda-
mente en nuestros corazones a través de una Misión Parro-
quial entera. Nuestro propio Padre Larry Dolan, ofm, Guard-
Estimados Miembros de la Familia Parroquial,
ían de nuestra fraternidad Franciscana aquí en la Misión San
¡Paz y Todo Bien! Luis Rey, estará dirigiendo el componente del lenguaje en
“Algunos dicen que el mundo terminará en fuego, otros inglés, comenzando con predicación en todas las Misas en el
dicen que en hielo” escribió el poeta americano renombra- fin de semana del 4-5 de diciembre y continuando con se-
do, Robert Frost. “De todo lo que he probado de mis deseos, siones nocturnas en la Capilla Parroquial en diciembre 6, 7 y
lo incluyo con aquellos destinados para el fuego.” el apoca- 8 (de 7-9 pm cada noche).
lipsis, o el “fin del mundo: ha sido una fuente de meditación
El componente de lenguaje español de nuestra Misión Pa-
constante, de reflexión y de preocupación para la gente de
rroquial estará dirigido por los Padres Andrés Rivero, Luis
todas las generaciones, incluyendo la nuestra. La guerra, los
Guzmán y este servidor, con presentaciones los días 9, 10 y
desastres naturales, la intranquilidad civil, el desastre econó-
11 de diciembre—llevándonos a la celebración de la Fiesta
mico en una u otra parte del mundo son constantes en nues-
de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe el 12 de diciembre. Estas
tras noticias diarias. Nosotros hemos vivido en la obscuridad
sesiones se llevarán a cabo en la Capilla Parroquial.
aterradora de una guerra nuclear por un tiempo tan largo
que hoy en día ya nosotros no pensamos en ella. Todos están invitados a disfrutar de esta oportunidad de par-
ticipar en este tiempo de reflexión personal y de preparación
En el nivel más inmediato y personal, la gente que conoce-
y renovación espiritual.
mos y que amamos y a veces nosotros mismos hemos tenido
que confrontar “apocalipsis” personales en la forma de
nuestras enfermedades que amenazan la vida, la pérdida de Dios les bendiga,
trabajo o de la residencia y de la estabilidad familiar. Al per-
der un ser querido, uno siente realmente, por los menos,
durante un tiempo—que el mundo se ha terminado. Padre Charles (Chuck) Talley, ofm
Jesús hace referencia a esta experiencia en el Evangelio de
esta semana de Lucas (21:5-19). El predice la destrucción
inminente de la ciudad de Jerusalén que sucedió realmente MEJORAS PARROQUIALES
en el año 70 AD-- alrededor de cuatro décadas después de Durante los meses pasados hemos estado
su muerte y de su Resurrección. Este caos social y político
viendo muchas mejoras significativas de nuestros
estaría acompañado también por un periodo de persecución
alrededores. Yo me encuentro cada día con algu-
virulenta de sus seguidores. Sin embargo, mientras El está
nos visitantes y todos siempre comentan sobre la
profetizando una escena de destrucción increíble, Jesús está
ofreciendo a la vez una esperanza tremenda: “… sin embar- belleza de nuestras facilidades. Ahora nosotros
go, no caerá ningún cabello de la cabeza de ustedes. Si se nos estamos envolviendo en un proyecto que
mantienen firmes, conseguirán la vida.” causará un impacto mayor sobre nuestra planta física. La
Cancha Deportiva Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe no solo nos
Esta esperanza increíble—una confianza profunda y radical dará a TODOS los feligreses un lugar para hacer ejercicio y
en la presencia, el cuidado y la seguridad de Dios lo que ha jugar. La misma nos proveerá un estacionamiento sin charcos
impulsado y sostenido a los Cristianos en la fe por más de por primera vez en la historia. Yo he escuchado a algunos
dos milenios. Ella aún continua informándonos y motivándo-
feligreses decir “oh, es solo un estacionamiento” o, “oh eso
nos en nuestro tiempo. Aún en medio de desastre sobre
será bueno para traer a nuestros niños a jugar.” Este proyec-
desastre, ya sea personal o global, a nosotros nos sostiene la
promesa de Dios de su presencia y de nuestra sanación. Esta to merece mucho más crédito de lo que indica cualquiera de
seguridad, sin embargo, no nos libera de nuestros deberes. estos comentarios. Ustedes saben ya que este proyecto con-
A nosotros a la vez se nos recuerda que trabajamos partici- lleva una inversión mayor (el presupuesto es de $22,000)
pando activamente en el proceso de sanación de Dios a pero también es una mejora mayor. Yo les pido que piensen
través de nuestras acciones y de nuestros compromisos… sobre este nivel de mejoramiento como uno que merece una
contribución significativa. Nosotros comenzamos llevando a
Dentro de dos semanas, nosotros estaremos celebrando el cabo una actividad de ventas de artículos usados y un es-
primer Domingo de Adviento, el comienzo de nuestro año
pectáculo de talento y los mismos generaron ganancias sufi-
litúrgico. La Navidad estará aquí antes de nosotros saberlo.
cientes para iniciar nuestro proyecto. Es ahora ya tiempo de
El Obispo Roberto Brom estará con nosotros para inaugurar
reconocer el valor que este paquete nos proporcionará y de
este tiempo santo y a la vez el comienzo de Un Año de Ora-
ción en la Misión y a la vez en la Parroquia. El dirigirá un hacer una decisión de contribuír en forma significativa para
servicio solemne de Oraciones de la Tarde, el sábado, 27 de el éxito del mismo.
noviembre en la Iglesia de la Misión Vieja a las 4:00 p.m. Allen Hartman,
Todos son bienvenidos. Gerente de Negocios

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12 de noviembre
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Las Cubetas de Charlie
Ustedes se estarían preguntado ¿“Por qué la Parroquia está
usando unas cubetas baratas para recoger cambio de los feligre-
ses para el área de la Cancha Deportiva y el Estacionamiento?” LECTURAS DE HOY
Bueno, permítanme contarles el cuento sobre estas cubetas
Primera lectura — Para ellos que temen al Señor, brillará el
blancas que las llamamos las “cubetas de Charlie”.
sol de justicia con sus rayos de salud (Malaquías 3:19-20a).
Hace muchos años, al terminar la construcción del edificio del
Salmo — El Señor llega para regir la tierra con justicia (Salmo
Centro Serra, teníamos una necesidad enorme por música mejor
para nuestra Liturgia. Un órgano fino era exactamente lo que
98 [97]).
necesitábamos para realzar nuestro espíritu en la Misa. Pero Segunda Lectura — Pablo habla de su trabajo duro entre los
éste era un sueño costoso; el mismo costaba $65,000. ¿Cómo tesalonicenses (2 Tesalonicenses 3:7-12).
podríamos nosotros lograr esa cantidad de dinero? Evangelio — Pero su perseverancia será su salvación (Lucas
Quiero contarles ahora sobre un hombre llamado Charlie 21:5-19).
Shacochis. Les diré que Charlie era un miembro bien activo de la
parroquia y era un miembro de los Caballeros de Colón Charlie LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
vió la necesidad que existía por un órgano nuevo y decidió que Lunes: Apo 1:1-4; 2:1-5a; Lc 18:35-43
él iba a dirigir la obra de recaudar fondos para comprarlo. A Martes: Apo 3:1-6, 14-22; Lc 19:1-10
Charlie se le ocurrió la idea de recoger nuestro “cambio.” El Miércoles: Apo 4:1-11; Lc 19:11-28
construyó trípodes, colgó de ellos las cubetas y semana tras Jueves: Apo 5:1-10; Lc 19:41-44 o (para el
semana, Charlie y su “Brigada de Cubetas” estarían afuera re- memorial de la Dedicación)
caudando todo el cambio después de las Misas. Hch 28:11-16, 30-31; Mt 14:22-23
¡Esto le tomó a Charlie bastante tiempo para alcanzar su me- Viernes: Apo 10:8-11; Lc 19:45-48
ta pero él lo logró finalmente! Hoy, como resultado de la deter- Sábado: Apo 11:4-12; Lc 20:27-40
minación de un hombre (y con la ayuda de Domingo: 2 Sm 5:1-3; Sal 122(121); Col 1:12-20;
los Caballeros de Colón); nosotros tenemos Lc 23:35-43.
un órgano precioso en el Centro Serra.
¡Ahora, cuando ustedes echen su cambio PREGUNTA DE LA SEMANA:
en las cubetas para nuestra Cancha Depor-
Donativos recibi- ¿Cómo te mantienes en tu fe y ayudas a otros a confiar cuan-
tiva y el Estacionamiento, recuerde a Char-
dos el fin de sema- do cosas malas ocurren?
lie y piense en el poder que tenemos cuan- na del 6 y 7 de
do la comunidad entera se une a recons- noviembre: $719
truir nuestra Iglesia! SE NECESITA AYUDA
Después de tantos años de servicio fiel, Martha Sandling ha
Cena de Acción de Gracias de las decidido que ya es tiempo de relajarse y tener más diversión
en la vida. Esto significa que nosotros debemos encontrar una
Pequeñas Comunidades contadora nueva para la parroquia. La candidata afortunada
Nov. 19: Cena “Potluck” de Acción de Gracias a las 6:00 p.m. en deberá tener conocimiento en “Quickbooks” y “PDS” el Siste-
el Centro McKeon. Trae un platillo suficiente para 10 personas. ma de Datos de la Parroquia. Además, la posición proveerá
Nov. 25: Cena de Acción de Gracias para los que sirven en el Recursos Humanos y apoyo en nómina de sueldos y apoyará la
Servicio Militar y para feligreses que están solos. 2:00-4:00 Parroquia y la Escuela Montessori. Por favor comuníquense
p.m. en el Centro McKeon. ¡Todos son bienvenidos! con Allen Hartman para una descripción completa de la posi-
(La primer letra de tu apellido indica lo que te toca traer.) ción a bizmgr@sanluisreyparish.org. También pueden enviar
A-E Postre su currículo a este email o por correo a 4070 Mission Avenue,
F-J Ensaladas (vegetables, fruta) Oceanside, CA 92057.
K-O Relleno/Plato Cultural
P-T Vegetables/Platillos horneados
U-Z Refrescos. COLECTA PARA LAS NECESIDADES CATOLICAS
El próximo fin de semana se ha designado Para la “Colecta
Facilitador, por favor, llama a Bartolo Méndez al 760-945-3701
del 2010 Para Necesidades Católicas.” Habrá sobres especiales
con el numero de personas que van a asistir .
para esta colecta que ayuda a sostener a las Misiones para
Negros e Indios, las Misiones Católicas Domesticas, la Campa-
MISA DEL DIA DE ACCION DE GRACIAS ña Católica Para el Desarrollo Humano, la Campaña para la
25 de noviembre - 10:00 a.m. (inglés) Centro Serra. Comunicación Católica, y la Universidad Católica de América.
Las Oficinas Parroquiales estarán CERRADAS del jueves 25 al
sábado 27 de noviembre. Estaremos de regreso el martes, 30 Tesoro de Co-Responsabilidad
de noviembre. Si tienen alguna emergencia (Unción de los En- Vean la página #5 para el fin de semana del 11/06 y 11/07.
fermos), llamen al sacerdote de turno al 760-583-3393. ¡Gracias por su contribución!

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14de noviembre del 2010 — 24°
deseptiembre Domingo 33° del Tiempo Ordinario |
Domingo 9
Friends of Koi care for the Koi and turtles in the parish pond by the
chapel. This pond was built in 1955 by the Sisters of Precious Blood, and
several of the fish in the pond are more than 55 years old.
Our volunteers fall into three groups: Koi Keepers, Gardeners and Fund-
raisers. Koi Keepers ensure that Fish and turtles are fed once a day, the
water is kept clean and clear and the filtration and skimmers are looked to
daily. That means every day, 365 days a year, a pond keeper is spending a
half hour or more caring for the pond and fish. All Koi Keepers receive spe-
cialized training about how to care for Koi.
Our Garden volunteers thin, rake and prune the plants in and around
the pond and waterfall because they are part of the eco-system that sup-
ports our healthy fish. Fundraising Volunteers help us run food sales to
pay for the food, chemicals, equipment and expertise that support the
pond.
We need your help! Please call Karen Willson at 760-547-0701 to
volunteer or donate to help support our parish pond.