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St.

Columba Parish
3327 Glencolum Drive, San Diego, CA 92123

Visit our web site: www.stcolumbasandiego.com


Phone: (858) 277-3863
Fax: (858) 277-3883
Email: stcolumbarectory@gmail.com
OFFICE HOURS
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays.
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday: 8:00 AM and 5:30 PM (Vigil)
Sunday: 7:30, 9:30 AM & 5:30 PM
Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM
Holy Days: See bulletin.
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Second Saturday, 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
CONFESSIONS
Saturdays, 4:00 to 5:00 PM or by appointment
ROSARY
Monday-Saturday before daily Mass
ST. COLUMBA CATHOLIC CHURCH SAN DIEGO

Rev. Edward McNulty PARISH LIFE


Pastor ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT: 2nd Saturday,
Daily Chapel, 8:30 am3:30 pm. For more info, call Alma
Rev. Gervatius Hong at 858-565-4231.
Chaplain of Korean Ministry BIBLE SHARING: Mondays, 8:00-9:30 a.m. in the Ministry
Center. For more info, call Dottie at 858-277-0229.
Rev. Mr. Bill Vasquez
BINGO: Every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4:00
Deacon
p.m.
PARISH OFFICE STAFF:
CHILDCARE: Every Sunday at 9:30 am in the Preschool; for
Kathi Lohry Parish Secretary infants and children up to four years of age.
Marlo Antonio Business Manager,
CULTURE OF LIFE MINISTRY: For information, call Louise
Pastoral Assistant Holland at 619-316-7498.
BAPTISMS:
DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION: Mondays and Fridays at 3:00
Call Deacon Vasquez - 619-818-0972 or p.m. in the Daily Chapel (chaplet, rosary and a reading
email: deaconvasquez@gmail.com from the diary of St. Faustina)
GRIEF & BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: The 1st Monday,
MARRIAGES: 7:00-8:00 pm in the Ministry Center. Call Robin at (858) 277-
Nine months preparation required. 3861 for more information.
Call the Parish Office for information. GREETERS/USHERS: Terry Foster at 858-427-7178.
HOMEBOUND OUTREACH: If you or someone you know
MUSIC MINISTRY:
needs Communion or other services because they are
St. Columba Church Childrens Choir - homebound, contact the rectory or Robin at (858) 277-
Kathleen Mawanay - 5:30 pm (Sat.) 3861.
Traditional Choir - KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Council #1349. Round Table,
Mark Villas/Pat Dalton - 7:30 am Richard Portugal. For info call (858) 279-8731.
Spiritus - Hans Becker - 9:30 am LAY APOSTLES for JESUS CHRIST RETURNING KING: 2nd
Contemporary - Tess Nelson - 5:30 pm (Sun.) Tuesday in the Music Room, 6:30-8 p.m. Contact Peggy
tessnelsonmusic@cox.net Keller at (619) 933-6677.
MENS CLUB: The 1st Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Hall. All
R.C.I.A. men of the parish are welcome and encouraged to join.
Mike Conroy (858) 278-1507 Contact Curtis Carlson at 858-337-5768.
MENS FAITH GROUP: First Saturday, 8:45 am in the Ministry
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND YOUTH OFFICE: Center. All men are invited to this informal spiritual
gathering to share prayer, discussion and donuts.
Robin Keator, DCM (858) 277-3861
robin.keator@yahoo.com (619) 922-7941 PRAYER MEETING: Join us in praise, songs, scripture
Office hours: Sundays, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm readings, teachings and worship every Thursday at 7:00
p.m. in the Ministry Center. For more info, call Mary Quinn
Mon., Tues., & Wed., 5:30-9:00 pm at (858) 278-0526.

ST. COLUMBA SCHOOL: R.C.I.A.: The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is for adults
seeking Baptism and for baptized adults seeking the
www.stcolumbaschoolsd.org sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. For more info,
Rose Navarro, Principal (858) 279-1882 call Mike Conroy at 858-278-1507.
Linda Glenwinkel, Secretary (858) 279-1882 ROSARY MAKERS: First Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the Music
Trish Gilsdorf, Preschool Director (858) 279-0161 Room. Call Teresa for more info at 858-277-6240.
Marlo Antonio, Business Manager (858) 277-3863 SENIORS CLUB: 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month, 10:30
a.m. in the Parish Hall. Open to seniors 50 and up in our
MEMBERSHIP parish. For more info, contact Deanie at 858-565-9597.
To register as a member, please complete a white registra- YOUTH GROUP: Sundays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in Ministry Center for
tion card found at the back of the church, or register online both Junior & Senior High. Info: call (858) 277-3861.
through our website (listed on cover).
Also, if you are currently using envelopes, please inform the YOUNG ADULT GROUP: Contact Karina at 858-602-8470 or
rectory of any status/address change. by email: tijerina.karina@outlook.com

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Pastors Corner liberal arts, and business. Nearly half of


responding ordinands (between 40 and 50
My dear brothers and sisters, percent) attended a Catholic school for at least
some part of their schooling, and 59 percent
This past week our diocese celebrated two very participated in a religious education program in
special events in the life of our local church. Last their parish for an average of seven years. About
Thursday, June 8th, Bishop John Dolan was six in ten ordinands (57 percent) report some type
ordained to serve as an auxiliary bishop for our of full-time work experience prior to entering the
diocese. Bishop Dolan is a priest of the Diocese of seminary, most often in education. One in twenty
San Diego and has served as pastor of several ordinands report prior service in the U.S. Armed
parishes as well as in a variety of administrative Forces. About one in eight ordinands (12 percent)
positions. We give thanks that he has been chosen report that either parent had a military career in
by the Holy Spirit to serve our diocese. the U.S. Armed Forces. Four in five (75 percent)
Secondly, on Friday, June 9th, two men, Fr. indicate they served as altar servers and about
Nathan McWeeney and Fr. William Zondler, were half (52 percent) report service as a lector. Forty
ordained to the priesthood to serve our diocese. seven percent of responding ordinands reported
Let us pray that God, from whom all good things participating in "Come and See" weekends at
come, continue to bring his good work to their seminary or religious institute. About seven in
completion in them that they may be true servants 10 report regularly praying the rosary (73 percent)
after the image of Jesus Christ, the High Priest. and participating in Eucharistic adoration (77
According to the Center for Applied Research percent) before entering the seminary. About
in the Apostolate's (CARA) annual survey, 82 half (51 percent) indicated that they were
percent of the 2017 class of men ordained to the discouraged from considering the priesthood by
priesthood were encouraged by about four at least one individual, most commonly a friend,
people in their lives including parish priests, friends classmate or family member other than parents.
or other parishioners. The report also says that
ordinands were, on average, 16 years old when Fr. Ed
they first considered a vocation to the priesthood.
The total number of potential ordinands for the MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
class of 2017, 590, is slightly up from 548 in 2016
and down from 595 in 2015. Among the survey's MONDAY, JUNE 12
major findings: On average, they lived in the
7:00 amDA Jim Keller
diocese or eparchy for which they will be
ordained for 16 years before entering seminary. TUESDAY, JUNE 13
The average age for the Class of 2017 is 34. Since 7:00 amEM Int. of Ted & Donna
1999, the average age of responding ordinands Altman
has decreased by approximately two months
each year, from an average of 36 in 1999 to the
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14
current average age of 34. Seven in ten 7:00 amEM Donors Intention
ordinands are Caucasian and three in four were THURSDAY, JUNE 15
born in the United States. One in four respondents
were born outside the United States, with the
7:00 amEM Porfiria Salvacion
largest numbers coming from Colombia, Mexico, FRIDAY, JUNE 16
the Philippines, Poland and Vietnam. On average, 7:00 amEM Dan & Kay Sorahan
respondents born in another country have lived in
the United States for 12 years. Most ordinands SATURDAY, JUNE 17
have been Catholic since infancy, and eighty 8:00 amDA Patricia Homer
percent report that both of their parents are 5:30 pmEM Michael Dubreuil
Catholic and more than a third (35 percent) have
a relative who is a priest or a religious. The SUNDAY, JUNE 18
average age of conversion was 21, among those 7:30 amDA People of the Paris
who became Catholic later in life. Nearly half 9:30 amDA Int. of Fathers Day
completed college (43 percent) before entering Novena
the seminary. One in six (18 percent) entered the
5:30 pmEM Int. of Joanne Schultheis
seminary with a graduate degree. The most
common fields of study for ordinands before
entering the seminary are theology or philosophy, DAFr. Daniel Anyanwu, EMFr. Ed McNulty
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ST. COLUMBA CATHOLIC CHURCH SAN DIEGO

FATHERS DAY NOVENA NEW MEMBERS!


Next Sunday, June 18, we begin our an- Welcome to the newest members of our
nual Fathers Day Novena. If you would like parish:
to make a donation in honor of your fa- Eric & Esmeralda Dewald
ther, special envelopes are available in Patricia Gout
the church vestibule. The envelopes will be Kelly Greason
placed on the altar during the nine days of Bibiane Kim
the novena. James & Christine OKeeffe
The cards are for fathers who are living; en- Ivan & Melissa Pellecer
velopes only are for names of deceased Annie Steuermann
fathers. John & Chelsie Yeadon

INSTAGRAM STEWARDSHIP MOMENT


Follow us on Instagram! In todays second reading Saint Pauls final ap-
Look for: stcolumbasandiego peal is a call for unity. God created that unity.
Good stewards who share Christs life in the
POPE TWEETS Eucharist belong to each other, just as God in
We must never forget that the natural the three persons of Father, Son and Holy Spirit
environment is a collective good, the enjoy unity. We are an intimate part of Gods
patrimony of all humanity and the divine bond, Gods family. Saint Paul main-
responsibility of everyone. tains that we ought to act that way. In the
Pope Francis @Pontifex Church there is a bond of family, yet plenty
room for variety. Christian stewards use their
EVERYBODY NEEDS TO uniquely varied gifts to live a Trinitarian faith, in
FORGIVE SOMEBODY unity, promoting Christs peace and justice.
How do we promote unity in our parish?
In the next few weeks, we are highlighting
a chapter of the book that was given out Courtesy:
at Easter and providing questions that will International Catholic Stewardship Council
promote an interest in reading the book.
Here are the questions for chapter 6: READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Who said the country needed healing Mon: 2 Cor 1:1-7/Ps 34:2-9/Mt 5:1-12
more than it needed justice? Tues: 2 Cor 1:18-22/Ps 119:129-133,135/Mt 5:13-16
What did Van de Broek do that was so Wed: 2 Cor 3:4-11/Ps 99:5-9/Mt 5:17-19
Thurs: 2 Cor 3:154:1,3-6/Ps 85:9-14/Mt 5:20-26
terrible but was forgiven? Fri: 2 Cor 4:7-15/Ps 116:10-11,15-18/Mt 5:27-32
Sat: 2 Cor 5:14-21/Ps 103:1-4,8-9,11-12/Mt 5:33-37
IN NEED OF PRAYER Next Sun: Dt 8:2-3,14-16/Ps 147:12-15,19-20/
1 Cor 10:16-17/Jn 6:51-58
Please pray for:
6/4/17 SUNDAY COLLECTION
Claire Gavin, Shiela Martinez, Kathleen
Middlesworth, Joel Rivera, Divina Villar
Plate Collection: $1,424.70
NOTE: Please call or email the rectory to request a Envelope Collection: $4,576.00
name be added to the list. The names will be on the Online Giving: $1,743.00
list for a period of 30 days. If you wish the person to be
Total # of Envelopes: 173
on the list longer than one month, you will need to
call the rectory to request that it be added again.
For those with ongoing, chronic or incurable We are now taking Mass
conditions, their names should be written in our Book
of Prayer. intentions for 2018.
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ST. COLUMBA CATHOLIC CHURCH SAN DIEGO

SCHOOL NEWS
Congratulations to our 8th graders who graduate tomorrow. Gods blessings have been many as
the 8th grade class has journeyed through St. Columba. We wish them all continued blessings and
joy as they enter their high school years!

CLASS OF 2017

Al Isaac Blake Jr. Jillian Rachel Hirsch


Esabella Eneri Noodle Barba Alexis Katherine Kane
Jessica Christina Byrne Cianna Arlett Kelly
Joshua Seth Belflower Alysia Milagros Landa
Craig Eugene Carter Jr. Abigail Esther Lopez
Israel Yerwin Cubillo Kellen Sean ODonnell
Ricardo Sebastian Escobosa Isabella Stivalet Riggs
Malakhi Ferreira Andrea Ruvalcaba
Evan Fernando Gerardo Benjamin Joseph Taillon

CJSF: Congratulations to the following 8th grade students who are members of CJSF (California Jun-
ior Scholarship Federation) for 2nd semester 2017: CJ Carter, Israel Cubillo, Jill Hirsch, Alexis Kane,
Cianna Kelly, Alysia Landa, Abigail Lopez, Kellen ODonnell, Isabella Riggs and Andrea Ruvalcaba.

HONOR AWARDS 4TH QUARTER: Congratulations to the following 8th grade students for the 4th quar-
ter honor awards: Second Honors: Benjamin Taillon & Esabella Barba, First Honors: Alexis Kane, Israel
Cubillo, Kellen ODonnell, CJ Carter, Alysia Landa & Jill Hirsch, Principals List: Andrea Ruvalcaba.

PASTORS MESSAGE: Reminder: One of our biggest financial stability of our school is the Friday night
Bingo, and we are in need of volunteers! Bingo continues throughout the summer and to help make
this happen we need YOU!
Hours served at bingo during the summer will count towards your family service hours. The current
schedule of volunteers for the bingo program ends June 24th. We cant do this without your help!
Please contact the school office to start volunteering!

FIELD DAY: Looking ahead! Monday, June 12th will be our annual field day from 10:30-11:45 with lots
of fun activities for grades K through 7th. Students need to be dressed in their PE uniform. If you can
help, please contact Ms. Navarro.

GIFT CARDS: Dont forget to keep ordering gift cards during the summer! You can either use the gift
card order form, available in the school office or go online to www.shopwithscrip.com and follow
the simple instructions. All orders placed by Friday at 9:00 am will be ready for pick up by the follow-
ing Friday at the school office from 6:30 2:00. Again, thank you to all the families, parishioners, and
friends who participate in this great program for our school.

June 12 - Minimum Day 12:00


- Field Day 10:30-11:45
- PTG Board Meeting
June 13 - Honor Roll
Assembly 8:00
- Minimum Day 12:00
June 14 - Kindergarten Graduation
8:30
- Last Day of School
- Minimum Day 12:00
NO E.D.C.
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