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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-Thursday: 7:00 AM / Friday: 8:15 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 am—3:30 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
Deacon BINGO: Every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. in the hall. Doors open
at 4:00 p.m.
PARISH OFFICE STAFF:
Kathi Lohry Parish Secretary CHILDCARE: Every Sunday at 9:30 am in the Preschool; for
infants and children up to four years of age.
Marlo Antonio Business Manager,
Pastoral Assistant CUB SCOUTS: Kindergarten to 5th grade; contact Deb
Oberg at 858-717-7851 or email: doberg10@aol.com
BAPTISMS:
Call Deacon Vasquez - 619-818-0972 or CULTURE OF LIFE MINISTRY: For information, call Louise
Holland at 619-316-7498.
email: deaconvasquez@gmail.com
DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION: Mondays and Fridays at 3:00
MARRIAGES: p.m. in the Daily Chapel (chaplet, rosary and a reading
from the diary of St. Faustina)
Nine months preparation required.
Call the Parish office for information. GRIEF & BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: The 1st Monday,
7:00-8:00 pm in the Ministry Center. Call Robin at 858-277-
3861 for more information.
MUSIC MINISTRY:
St. Columba Church Children’s Choir - GREETERS/USHERS: Terry Foster at 858-427-7178.
Kathleen Mawanay - 5:30 pm (Sat.) HOMEBOUND OUTREACH: If you or someone you know
Traditional Choir - needs Communion or other services because they are
homebound, contact the rectory or Robin at 858-277-3861.
Mark Villas/Pat Dalton - 7:30 am
Spiritus - Hans Becker - 9:30 am KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Council #1349. Round Table,
Richard Portugal. For info call 858-279-8731.
Contemporary - Tess Nelson - 5:30 pm (Sun.)
tessnelsonmusic@cox.net LAY APOSTLES for JESUS CHRIST RETURNING KING: 2nd
Tuesday in the Music Room, 6:30-8 p.m. Contact Peggy
Keller at 619-933-6677.
R.C.I.A.
Deacon Bill Vasquez (619) 818-0972 MEN’S CLUB: The 1st Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Hall. All
men of the parish are welcome and encouraged to join.
Contact Curtis Carlson at 858-337-5768.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND YOUTH OFFICE:
Robin Keator, DCM (858) 277-3861 MEN’S FAITH GROUP: First Saturday, 8:45 am in the Ministry
Center. All men are invited to this informal spiritual
robin.keator@yahoo.com (619) 922-7941 gathering to share prayer, discussion and donuts.
Office hours: Sundays, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
PRAYER MEETING: Join us in praise, songs, scripture
Mon., Tues., & Wed., 5:30-9:00 pm readings, teachings and worship every Thursday at 7:00
p.m. in the Ministry Center. For more info, call Mary Quinn
ST. COLUMBA SCHOOL: at 858-278-0526.
www.stcolumbaschoolsd.org R.C.I.A.: The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is for adults
John Amann, Principal (858) 279-1882 seeking Baptism and for baptized adults seeking the
Linda Glenwinkel, Secretary (858) 279-1882 sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. For more info,
call Craig & Jacqueline Rowe at 858-349-4935.
Trish Gilsdorf, Preschool Director (858) 279-0161
Marlo Antonio, Business Manager (858) 277-3863 ROSARY MAKERS: First Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Call Teresa for
more info at 858-277-6240.
MEMBERSHIP
SENIORS’ CLUB: 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month, 10:30
a.m. in the Parish Hall. Open to seniors 50 and up in our
To register as a member, please complete a white regis-
parish. For more info, contact Deanie at 858-565-9597.
tration card found at the back of the church, or register
online on our website: www.stcolumbasandiego.com YOUTH GROUP: Sundays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in Ministry Center for
If you are currently using envelopes, please inform the both Junior & Senior High. Info: call 858-277-3861.
rectory of any status/address change.
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TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

Pastor’s Corner could well ask ourselves whether as a


Christian prophetic witness we are not
I offer for your reflection this week a brief called to adopt a simpler lifestyle, in the
passage from the 1986 Pastoral Letter of the face of the excessive accumulation of
United States Catholic Bishops entitled material goods that characterizes an
Economic Justice for All. Although this affluent society. Husbands and wives, in
document was written over thirty years ago, I particular, should weigh their needs
believe that it still is relevant for us today. The carefully and establish a proper priority of
bishops wrote in part: Holiness is not limited to values as they discuss the questions of both
the sanctuary or to moments of private parents working outside the home and the
prayer; it is a call to direct our whole heart responsibilities of raising children with proper
and life toward God and according to God's care and attention. At times we will be
plan for this world. For the laity holiness is called as individuals, as families, as parishes,
achieved in the midst of the world, in family, as Church, to identify more closely with the
in community, in friendships, in work, in poor in their struggle for participation and to
leisure, in citizenship. Through their close the gap of understanding between
competency and by their activity, lay men them and the affluent. By sharing the
and women have the vocation to bring the perspectives of those who are suffering, we
fight of the Gospel to economic affairs, "so can come to understand economic and
that the world may be filled with the Spirit of social problems in a deeper way, thus
Christ and may more effectively attain its leading us to seek more durable solutions.
destiny in justice, in love, and in peace." But
as disciples of Christ we must constantly ask Fr. Ed
ourselves how deeply the biblical and ethical
vision of justice and love permeates our MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
thinking. How thoroughly does it influence our
way of life? We may hide behind the MONDAY, OCTOBER 1
complexity of the issues or dismiss the 7:00 am—DA Maria Eugenia Cooper
significance of our personal contribution; in
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2
fact, each one has a role to play, because
7:00 am—EM Regina Miranda
every day each one makes economic
decisions. Some, by reason of their work or WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3
their position in society, have a vocation to 7:00 am—EM Donor’s Intention
be involved in a more decisive way in those
decisions that affect the economic well- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4
being of others. They must be encouraged 7:00 am—EM Int. of Kenneth Goldkamp
and sustained by all in their search for FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5
greater justice. At times we will be called
8:15 am—EM Int. of Frances Jorvel
upon to say no to the cultural manifestations
Barnachea
that emphasize values and aims that are
selfish, wasteful, and opposed to the SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6
Scriptures. Together we must reflect on our 8:00 am— Regina Miranda
personal and family decisions and curb 5:30 pm— People of the Parish
unnecessary wants in order to meet the
needs of others. There are many questions SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7
we must keep asking ourselves: Are we 7:30 am— Richard & Cameron
becoming ever more wasteful in a "throw- Hudjohn
away" society? Are we able to distinguish 9:30 am— Int. of Craig Carter, Sr.
between our true needs and those thrust on 5:30 pm— Int. of Fr. Dan Anyanwu
us by advertising and a society that values
consumption more than saving? All of us DA—Fr. Daniel Anyanwu, EM—Fr. Ed McNulty
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK 9/23/18 SUNDAY COLLECTION


Mon: Jb 1:6-22/Ps 17:1-3,6-7/Lk 9:46-50 Plate Collection: $1,395.00
Tues: Jb 3:1-3,11-17,20-23/Ps 88:2-8/Mt 18:1-5,10 Envelope Collection: $4,556.52
Wed: Jb 9:1-12,14-16/Ps 88:10-15/Lk 9:57-62
Thurs: Jb 19:21-27/Ps 27:7-9,13-14/Lk 10:1-12 Online Giving: $1,068.00
Fri: Jb 38:1,12-21;40:3-5/Ps 139:1-3,7-10,13-14/Lk 10:13-16 Total # of Envelopes: 168
Sat: Jb 42:1-3,5-6,12-17/Ps 119:66,71,75,91,125,130/
Lk 10:17-24
Next Sun: Gn 2:18-24/Ps 128:1-6/Heb 2:9-11/Mk 10:2-16 AMAZON SMILE
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Clip these coupons PRAY THE ROSARY


to support
our school! As Fr. Ed mentioned in Sept. 23rd bulletin,
October is devoted to Mary under the title
BEER BREWERS’ COMPETITION of Our Lady of the Rosary. Cord rosaries
are available for your use in the back of
The St. Columba Beer Brewers’ church and in the daily mass chapel. If you
Competition is back! Win glory at wish to purchase a wire rosary, please con-
the Oct. 19th Oktoberfest with TWO tact Theresa at 858-277-6240.
chances to win. The best home-
brews will be determined by
Benchmark Co. Master Craft
Brewer Matt Akin AND by popular
vote. Your ballot counts! All Oktoberfest at-
tendees (21 and up) can taste the brews
and vote for their favorite beer. The winners
receive an engraved trophy beer stein.
Homebrewers, get your creative mash go-
ing! You know brewing can take 4+ weeks. If POPE TWEETS
you plan to enter your homebrew, please
Let us allow the Holy Spirit to clothe us
email Maggie at maggieoden@gmail.com
with the weapons of dialogue, under-
standing, the search for mutual
IN NEED OF PRAYER: respect and fellowship!
Shelley Anderson, Frances Barnachea, Pope Francis @Pontifex
Jim Barrow, Luann Benson, Robert Carlson,
Cheryl Hunter, Bill Koch, Aida Mercado, FALL FESTIVAL RAFFLE
Sharon Morabito, Joselito Pestaño, Patrick Skruck
NOTE: Please call or email the rectory to request a name
Raffle tickets for the Fall Festival Raffle are
be added to the list. The names will be on the list for a now available. The Grand Prize will be a
period of 30 days. If you wish the person to be on the list new Toyota from Toyota of Poway. Pick up
longer than one month, you will need to call the rectory
to request that it be added again. some tickets after Mass today!
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION


We have begun registering new and returning students in the Ministry Center during office hours.
Children registering for the first time MUST bring a baptismal certificate.

Sunday classes began September 23


Preschool (ages 3-4) & Kinder:
Sundays, 9:30 – 10:30 am
Grades 1-8: Sundays, 10:45-12:00 noon

Tuesday classes began September 25


High School/Confirmation:
Tuesdays 6:45-8:00 pm
(all candidates, Catholic HS & public)

Fees: $60.00 – one child;


$100.00 – two children;
$125.00 for three or more in
one family

Are you interested in volunteering to help in the Religious Education program? Not sure if
you are able? The only qualification you need to have is a love for Jesus and His children.
The rest will take care of itself. Please think and pray about this. WE NEED YOUR GIFTS!!

For more information, contact Robin Keator at 619-922-7941


or email: robin.keator@yahoo.com
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