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Serra Center: 1:00-2:30 p.m.
Open for private meditation. Meditación privada.
Old Mission: 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Taize: Prayer Around the Cross.Taize: Oración Alrededor de la Cruz.
Jardines del Centro Serra: 5:00-7:30 p.m. - Vía CrucisSerra Center: 7:30 p.m. - Multicultural Celebration of thePassion/Celebración multicultural de la Pasión
(With Holy Communion. Tendremos Comunión.)
EASTER VIGIL AND EUCHARIST / VIGILIA PASCUALY EUCARISTIA - Saturday/Sábado 4/7
Chapel: 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer of the Church
(this replaces 7:30 a.m. Mass)
Serra Center: 7:30 p.m. - Multicultural Easter Vigil
EASTER SUNDAY/DOMINGO DE PASCUASunday/Domingo 4/8
Old Mission: 7:00 a.m.Serra Center: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and (12:00 Spanish)[There will be NO 5:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. Masses]
MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER / LA ULTIMA CENAThursday/Jueves 4/5
Chapel: 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer of the Church
(this replaces 7:30 a.m. Mass)
Serra Center: 7:00 p.m. - Multicultural
Mass of the Lord’s Supper w/washing of the feet . Misa de laUltima Cena del Señor con lavado de los pies.
LITURGY OF THE LORD’S PASSION - LITURGIA DE LAPASION DEL SEÑOR - Friday/Viernes 4/6
Chapel: 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer of the Church
(this replaces 7:30 a.m. Mass)
Serra Center: 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. English:
Passion of the Lord w/the participation of our students. LaPasión del Señor con la participación de nuestrosestudiantes. (With Holy Communion. Tendremos Comunión.)
MISSION SANLUISREY PARISH
3rd Sunday of Lent - March 11, 2012 - Domingo 3ro de Cuaresma
MASS SCHEDULE/HORARIOS DE MISAS:
Monday Saturday: Parish Chapel - 7:30 a.m.Saturday Masses/Misas: Serra Center - 5:00 p.m., [7:00 p.m. Español]Sunday Masses/Misas: Old Mission - 7:00 a.m., [7:00 p.m. Español]Serra Center - 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., [12:00 p.m. Español], and 5:00 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION/RECONCILIACIÓN:
Saturdays/Sábados: Reconciliation resumes on Sat. 4/14 at 9:00 a.m. In the meantime, please attendany of the Lenten Communal Services listed in the previous column.
SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK/UNCION PARA LOS ENFERMOS
Saturday/Sábados: Call the office for more information/Llama a la oficina para más información
ADORATION/ADORACION:
1st Friday/1er Viernes: Parish Chapel - 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Where you there when they crucified my Lord...
 Join us for Holy Week Services:
 
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MISSION SAN LUIS REY PARISH,
Oceanside, California — March 11, 2012
 
Parish Directory/Directorio Parroquial
Office Hours/Horario de Oficina: Tues./Sat.: 8 -4 pm
 
(760) 757-3250
/ Fax. (760) 757-32994070 Mission Ave., Oceanside CA 92057
E-mail: mslrp@sanluisreyparish.orgWebsite: www.sanluisreyparish.org
PASTORAL STAFF
Fr. Charles “Chuck” Talley, OFM - Pastor:(760) 757-3250
x114/
pastor@sanluisreyparish.orgFr. Adrian Peelo, OFM - Associate Pastor:(760) 757-3250
x123/
fradrian@sanluisreyparish.orgFr. Luis Guzman, OFM - Associate Pastor:(760) 757-3250
x107/
frluis@sanluisreyparish.org
FRIARS IN RESIDENCE
Old Mission - (760) 757-3651
Fr. Laurence Dolan, OFM - Old Mission GuardianFr. David Gaa, OFM - Old Mission Executive DirectorFr. Andrés Rivero, OFMFr. Michael Dallmeier, OFM - Old Mission Cemetery ChaplainBro. Christopher Best, OFM
PARISH OFFICES/OFICINAS PARROQUIALES
Fr. Adrian Peelo, OFM: Liturgical Coordinator/Coord de Liturgia
 (760) 757-3250 x123 /
fradrian@sanluisreyparish.orgGuadalupe “Lupe” Rios: Director of Worship/Dir. De Alabanza
(760) 547-0709/
worship@sanluisreyparish.orgAllen Hartman-Business Manager/Gerente de Negocios
(760) 547-0705 /
bizmgr@sanluisreyparish.orgMalia Campbell-Bookkeeper/Contadora
(760) 547-0711 /
finance@sanluisreyparish.orgShirley Gonzalez-Parish Secretary/Secretaria
(760) 547-0706/
mslrp@sanluisreyparish.orgKaren Willson: Digital Media/Medios de Comunicación
(760) 547-0701/
stewards@sanluisreyparish.orgCarmen Parra: Social Concerns Director/Dir. de Asuntos Sociales
(760) 547-0708
Maricela Rivadeneyra: Receptionist/Recepcionista
(760) 547-0735 /
maricela@saluisreyparish.org
 
Christie Herrera:
Receptionist & Scheduler/Recepcionista-Calendario
 
(760) 547-0734 /
receptionist@sanluisreyparish.org
FAITH FORMATION OFFICE/FORMACION DE FE
(760) 547-0734 /
receptionist@sanluisreyparish.orgBill Bischoff - Director of Catechetical Ministry
(760) 547-0702/
religioused@sanluisreyparish.orgLarry LaGrasta - Coordinator of English Elementary/Jr. High
(760) 547-0712/
llagrasta@sanluisreyparish.orgElena Zavala - Coordinator of Spanish Elementary
(760) 547-0715/
hispanicre@sanluisreyparish.org
PARISH SCHOOL/ESCUELA PARROQUIAL
Pre-K - 8th
/ (760) 757-3232 /
www.omms.orgWanda King - Principal
[
Off. Hrs.: 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
]
 
HISTORIC OLD MISSION/MISION ANTIGUA
(760) 757-3651 /
www.sanluisrey.orgTerry Hawthorne - Cemetery
x133
Retreat Center -
(760) 757-3659
 
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY ANOINTING OF THE SICK,CALL/PARA EMERGENCIAS DE UNCION A LOS ENFERMOSDESPUES DE HORAS DE OFICINA, LLAMAR AL:
(760) 583-3393
FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK
Dear Parish Family,
 
Peace and all good! This weekend marks the Third Sundayin Lent. How are you doing with your Lenten resolutions atthis point? How are
we
doing as a parish family in terms of embracing the disciplines of prayer, fasting, and almsgivingwhich are intended to make us more aware of our depend-ence upon God and of our need for conversion?If you’re stuck at this point or feel that your best Lentenintentions have somehow gotten derailed, take heart. Youcan push the restart button at any time and get going again.It’s not about perfection; the journey is bound to be a bitwobbly for most of us. The important thing is to keep going.Just put one step in front of the other.The whole concept of “steps”—taking steps, for example—permeates the Lenten experience. In today’s Gospel readingfrom John (2:13-25), Jesus takes some rather drastic steps toconfront the Temple authorities in Jerusalem with their hy-pocrisy and corruption. When challenged by the moneychangers and stall owners whom He has expelled from theTemple precincts, Jesus asserts His identity, His purpose, andHis authority.Jesus took steps to call attention to the real purpose andmeaning of the Temple as the House of God. We are called to“take steps” in our Lenten observance to rediscover and re-claim the purpose and meaning of our lives as followers of Jesus.One of the most important steps we can take—both indi-vidually and collectively—is to reflect upon our lives, our deci-sions, our habits of heart and mind, our attitudes and beliefs.We—all of us – are challenged to make a frank assessment of the ways in which our “missteps” have caused us to turn awayfrom God, from others, and from ourselves.Our Catholic Christian tradition is at heart a sacramentalone—we believe most profoundly in the importance and effi-cacy of the “sacred moments” given to us by Jesus which reas-sure us of the power of His Presence and Love. Moreover, weare invited in an especially poignant way during this Lentenseason to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation in prepa-ration for Easter.Now, let’s be really frank. Reconciliation is the one sacra-ment many Catholics absolutely dread. “You did
what?!
Howmany times?!” The stern admonishments of some harsh andinsensitive confessors experienced in childhood or at a par-ticularly vulnerable moment in life have needlessly drivenpeople away from the celebration of what should be and is amost beautiful moment in which we experience the deepcompassion and restorative Love of the Presence of Jesus.“Always remember,” my professor in confessional counselingurged, “people have sinned against God,
not 
against
you
, theconfessor! So, be gentle with people.”As one of the many blessings of the Second Vatican Coun-cil, I believe that in today’s Church, we now have a deeper,healthier, and more compassionate understanding of sacra-mental Reconciliation. It’s not a matter of the scrupulous
 
FR. ADRIAN’S CORNER…
Saint Patrick: A Missionary for our Time
The conversion of Ireland to the Christian faith, attributedin the main to St. Patrick, was achieved without the spilling of blood. People are often surprised by this. Patrick and his fel-low missionaries seemed to have had an appreciation for theculture they encountered in Ireland which was pagan anddeeply spiritual. The Druid culture had a huge love for crea-tion, for relationships of family and friendship and it consid-ered nature sacred. Patrick took the gospel and presented itto the Celtic people as a confirmation of what they alreadybelieved but with the addition of the Blessed Trinity, Christ asSavior and the Church as the body of Christ. Pagan holywells, for example, where people went to drink for cureswere blessed and called after saints so that people continuedthe practice of visiting them but with a new faith based onChrist and honoring his Blessed Mother. Mountains, sacred tothe Celtic people because they were thought to be shroudedin mystery and occupied by the gods, became places of pil-grimage where people ascended to encounter the living God.Holy Islands served as places of penance where people, oncesuperstitious, came to value fasting and prayer in solitude asatonement for sin and a cleansing of the spirit. St. Patrick‘Christianized’ pagan practices and beliefs by adding whathad been missing - the One God, Creator of all. Patrick con-verted the Celtic people of Ireland by respecting the spiritualpractices and beliefs he found upon his arrival and offeringthem the missing link, Christ and the Good News. Though helived well over a thousand years ago, St. Patrick is most defi-nitely a saint for our time. His ministry was defined by a re-spect for difference, cultural diversity and gentle courage.We would do well to listen to him again as we present theGood News in our diverse community today.We will celebrate
St. Patrick on SaturdayMarch 17 with Mass at 5:00 p.m. followed byPot Luck in the Parish Dining Room.
Pleasebring something to share if you are joining us –an appetizer, entrée or dessert. Simply drop off your dish or platter before Mass at the DiningRoom and pick it up later before you leave.Diane and Jim Manning would love to hearfrom you if you would like to help with set-up and/or clean-up. You may reach them at760-724-3319.
Céad míle fáilte! – A hundred thousand welcomes! 
rendering of a laundry list of misdemeanors (with, perhaps,the occasional, mumbled felony sandwiched in). Rather, wenow stress and celebrate our confidence in and gratitude to-wards a loving and gracious God who is always ready to wel-come us home. This is not to minimize the reality and seri-ousness of sin, but rather to remind us of the infinite mercy(loving kindness) of our God.This year, think about taking advantage of celebrating theSacrament of Reconciliation—either at one of our communalPenance services this coming week (March 15, 7pm andMarch 17, 10am) or at any one of the services offered at anyone of the 12 parishes that form our local deanery (checkpage #4 for details.) These community-wide celebrationsremind us that all of us stand in need of God’s healing grace—and that our attitudes and actions affect other people. Let’stake this important step in our spiritual growth and journey—together.God bless,Fr. Chuck
March 11, 2012
— 3rd Sunday of Lent
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With gratitude for the gifts they have received, parishioners and visitors made a joyful returnto the Lord of the following:
 
COLLECTION FOR THE WEEKEND OF 3/04/12:
Plate Collection (539 envelope users) $21,197.00EFT Envelope Collection: $4,523.00
TOTAL SUNDAY COLLECTION: $25,720.00
Our weekly target is: $24,400.00
ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL UPDATE
Thank you to all who have pledged or contributed to thisyear’s Annual Catholic Appeal. We are on our way. Due tothe great response to this past weekend’s parishioner presen-tations we will not have an updated sum on the pledges untilnext week. If you have not yet chosen to contribute orpledge, please consider doing so now. Once again this is ouropportunity to join the greater church to have an impact be-yond our parish. Consider, pray, act. —Allen Hartman.
ANNUAL LENTEN COLLECTION - MARCH 17 & 18
Next weekend has been designated for the 2012 AnnualLenten Collection. Special envelopes will be available for thecollection which support the works of Catholic Relief Services,the Church in Africa and in Latin America. Please prepare torespond generously to this worthwhile collection.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
OFFICES CLOSED...
our parish offices will close at 1:00p.m. on Friday, March 16. Our offices will re-open onSat., March 17 at 8:00 a.m.
EASTER LILIES
 Help decorate the Serra Center for Easter as well asremember a loved one (living or deceased) by donat-ing an Easter Lily. Please fill out the form below andmail or bring to parish office with a donation of 
$10.00
perintention. Your name and intention will be included in theEaster bulletin so that our whole worship community can joinyou in praying for your loved one as we enjoy the beautifulflowers! The deadline for donations is
Monday, March 26.Name:
 ____________________________________________
Phone #:
 __________________________________________
Intention:
 _________________________________________
Circle one:
 
Living
or
Deceased
Donation Amount:
 __________________________________

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