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 Shirley Gonzalez - Secretary (760) 547-0706

October 17, 2010 28th Sunday In Ordinary Time

BUSINESS OFFICE/OFICINA DE NEGOCIOS
Allen Hartman-Business Manager (760) 547-0705 / bizmgr@sanluisreyparish.org Martha Sandling-Bookkeeper (760) 547-0711 / finance@sanluisreyparish.org

PASTORAL STAFF
    Fr. Charles “Chuck” Talley, OFM - Pastor: (760) 757-3250 x114/ pastor@sanluisreyparish.org Fr. Adrian Peelo, OFM - Associate Pastor: (760) 757-3250 x123/ fradrian@sanluisreyparish.org Fr. Luis Guzman, OFM - Associate Pastor: (760) 757-3250 x107/ frluis@sanluisreyparish.org

FAITH FORMATION/FORMACION DE FE
(760) 547-0716 / resecretary@sanluisreyparish.org Bill Bischoff - Director of Catechetical Ministry (760) 547-0702/ religioused@sanluisreyparish.org

SOCIAL CONCERNS/ASUNTOS SOCIALES
Carmen Parra (760) 547-0708

LITURGY SCHEDULE
Monday – Saturday: Daily Mass Parish Chapel - 7:30 a.m.
 

PARISH SCHOOL/ESCUELA PARROQUIAL
(760) 757-3232 / www.omms.org Wanda King - Principal Pre-School thru 8th grade Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Saturday Liturgies/Misas:
Serra Center - 5:00 p.m., [7:00 p.m. Español]
 

Sunday Liturgies/Misas:
Old Mission: Serra Center:
 

DIGITAL MEDIA/MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION
Karen Willson (760) 547-0701/ stewards@sanluisreyparish.org

7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., [12:00 p.m. Español], and 5:00 p.m.

HISTORIC OLD MISSION/MISION ANTIGUA
(760) 757-3651 / www.sanluisrey.org Fr. Laurence Dolan, OFM - Guardian Fr. David Gaa, OFM - Executive Director Ed Gabarra - Administrator Terry Hawthorne - Cemetery (760) 757-3651 x133 Retreat Center - (760) 757-3659
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY ANOINTING OF THE SICK/EMERGENCIAS

Sacrament of Reconciliation/ Reconciliación
Saturdays/Sábados: Priest’s offices: 10:00-11:00 a.m. (Except on Holiday Weekends, i.e., Memorial Day, etc./Excepto en los días festivos)

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Adoración del Santísimo Sacramento
1st Friday/1er Viernes Parish Chapel: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

(760) 583-3393

From The Pastor’s Desk
Dear Members of our Parish Family, Peace and all good! In today’s Gospel (Luke 18:1-18), Jesus tells his disciples a parable about a crooked judge who is worn down by the persistent nagging of one very determined widow. It is an admonition to us, to be constant and persistent in our own prayer. So far, so good. But as I struggle with this story, I have to ask myself: Where is God in this account? Is God the judge who consistently turns a deaf ear to the call of a poor widow? Inconceivable. We are always told and reassured constantly that God hears our prayers and knows our needs even before we mention them in prayer. So, where is God in all of this? So, consider this possibility for a moment: just possibly, God’s presence may be symbolized by the poor widow bound and determined to receive justice. How about that? Imagine—that our God would be with the poor and powerless, with those struggling for justice in their lives. And how about us? Where are we in the picture? Are we with God, in solidarity with those who long for greater freedom and the recognition of their rights and personal dignity? Or are we tempted to turn a deaf ear to the persistent plea of those in need? It’s not just food for thought; it’s fuel for action. At the 10 AM Mass last Sunday, Father David Gaa, ofm, the new Executive Director at the Old Mission was on hand to concelebrate the liturgy with me. At the end of Mass, Father David gave us some great news: Starting with the First Sunday of Advent weekend (November 27 & 28), the doors of the Old Mission Church will be open to the public for prayer and worship “from sunrise to sunset” every day of the year. “There is just one mission at the Mission, “ Father David told us. “It doesn’t matter whether we are at the parish or at the Old Mission. Whether we are with the Knights of Columbus or the parish school. There is only one mission for all of us—to live and preach with our lives the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” At present, the Old Mission Church is usually accessible only through the Museum and visitors must pay at the door for entry. To commemorate this important moment in our shared history, Bishop Robert A. Brom will be with us at a special prayer service (Saturday, November 27, 4 pm). All are welcome. At the service, the Bishop will announce the beginning of a “Year of Prayer” for our entire Mission family—a call for all of us to renew our commitment to faith and to each other. We’ll announce details later. For our part, we, your Franciscan brothers (lay brothers and priests alike) are committed to bringing a renewed sense of unity to our shared mission. This process of renewal and reconciliation has already begun with the removal of the fence separating the two properties of the Parish and the Mission. Now we are, all of us, embarking upon what will

hopefully be a new era in our relationships. Of course there will be bumps in the road ahead: we still have to work out some of the details. And it will require commitment on the part of all of us. But with the help of the Lord and the guidance of the Spirit, we will keep on the path. Meanwhile, back at the ranch…we have marked still another busy weekend at the Parish. Several events, in particular, deserve mention. In the first place, we celebrated Columbus Day weekend in a big way. Last Saturday, the Knights of Columbus led the way with their successful Columbus Day (Spaghetti) Dinner. The following day, the Knights, their ladies and families, as well as the Columbian Squires were in attendance at the 10 AM Mass for their Corporate Communion, followed by a blessing at the Rachel Shrine, and later participation in our first-ever multi-cultural, multi-lingual “living” rosary procession. More than 150 parishioners, representing every major cultural grouping within the parish, were in attendance at the last-mentioned event. The Knights also distributed in excess of 5,000 complimentary rosaries to parishioners at the end of all the weekend Masses. Pete and Mae Signori undertook the gargantuan task of untangling untold boxes of beads and placing them into individual plastic bags. Many thanks! Along with the Knights, students, parents, teachers, staff, and family members from our great parish school, Old Mission Montessori, also attended the same 10 AM Mass— marking the first Parish/School Mass of the academic year. The school choir, under the direction of Lyndon Pugeda, was outstanding. Teachers and/or students also serve as greeters, lectors, altar servers, and Eucharistic ministers….. Envelopes for separate donations to the parish school were provided at all the Masses. Many thanks to all of you who contributed so generously to the support of our great parish school. I don’t have to tell you how hard it is for families to foot the bill for their children’s education these days. Commitment to Catholic education requires ever greater sacrifice in these difficult economic times. Thanks and appreciation to the members of our Parish Finance Council—in particular, Laurie Klahn, Joan Giroux, Rich Miro, and Allen Hartman—as well as Attorneys Wiley Jones and Richard Cornell, who provided vital information (and free consultations) to nearly 50 parishioners in a special workshop on wills and trusts. Last, but certainly not least, I would like to thank the two anonymous donors for their generous contributions to our parish family. One donor has contributed $15,500 towards the purchase of equipment for our music ministry. The other presented us with a donation of $3,700 to help us to complete our commitment to this year’s Annual Catholic Appeal. And thanks to all of you who, on a daily basis, support our parish family by your prayers and volunteer ministry. God bless, Fr. Chuck

2 | MISSION SAN LUIS REY PARISH, Oceanside, California — October 17, 2010

Parish News & Happenings
SOCIAL CONCERNS ANNUAL THANKSGIVING FOOD BASKET DRIVE
It’s time once again to turn our thoughts and hearts to those in our community who need our help to give their children a Thanksgiving Dinner worth remembering. Sadly, some of these are military families who are already shouldering an incomprehensively heavy burden. Missing a festive family day because of a lack of food should not be added to their load. As always we will screen our applicants to assure only those truly in need get added to our list. We are asking for a donation of $40.00 per family for a basket containing everything that is necessary for a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner. Since we recognize that almost every one has been negatively impacted by the current economic situation we are not setting a specific goal this year. We will do the best we can with what we receive from you. We gladly accept any donations of turkeys, hams, canned goods and other holiday goodies especially home baked cakes, pies and cookies. We would appreciate it if you would please check your cans and eliminate all out-dated, rusted, dented or obviously old cans. We can’t give those out and this will save us a lot of time. Checks may be marked “food basket” and placed in the Sunday collection. If you cannot afford to sponsor an entire family, please give what you can. Food donations may be brought to the Social Concerns Department in the Loretto House across from the McKeon Center during normal parish business hours. Thank you for your loving support of those who are in need and, as always, may God smile gently on you. Call me at extension 108 if you have any questions. Carmen Parra, Director of Social Concerns

Emmanuel Drama Group Presents: “The Life of St. Francis of Assisi”
October 29th – “The Transitus (Passing) of St. Francis” (English/Spanish)
*Full costume drama with music by parish drama group Emmanuel

In the McKeon Center, San Luis Rey Parish at 7:00 p.m. Donation at the door During this October, the month of St. Francis, the Emmanuel Drama Group presents two events from the life of St. Francis – his conversion story and the account of his passing called the Transitus. As we begin the program “Rebuild My Church” at our parish, we have this wonderful opportunity to familiarize ourselves with the story of the Little Poor Man of Assisi who in his day rebuilt the household of Christ, the Church, by serving his sisters and brothers and calling them to peace and reconciliation. Congratulations to the Emmanuel Drama Group for this generous gift to the Parish Family – please come and support them as we celebrate Francis of Assisi.

The Feast of All Souls – A Bilingual Mass of Remembrance Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. at Serra Center
followed by candle lit visit at 8:00 p.m. into the Mission Cemetery. Candles will be available for sale in the Cemetery for you to place at the memorial place of your loved one. Call the parish at (760) 757-3250 for more information on the Mass and the cemetery at (760) 7573651 for more information on the blessing of graves. +++ If you would like to add the name of a loved one to our Parish SCROLLS, please call 757-3250, fax 757-3299 or e-mail at mslrp@sanluisreyparish.org with his/her name and correct spelling, plus the month of passing (between Nov. 2009-to present) along with your name and phone number by Oct. 19. Scrolls will be displayed in the Parish Chapel and in the Serra Center Rotunda.

PARKING NOTICE:
Parking at the Mission will not be available for Masses on Saturday and Sunday, October 30 & 31, 2010 due to Dia de los Muertos. Please use the lot at the rear of the Serra Center.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 23rd ANNUAL FUND RAISING DRIVE:
The MSLRP Knights of Columbus will be conducting the Annual Fund Raising Drive this week after all of our Parish Masses to benefit people with intellectual disabilities, in our own community. Please show your support for this event and receive a treat in return.

Small Christian Communities (SCC)
  The Small Christian Community (SCC) groups want you! Think about joining one of the many faith-based community groups in the parish that meet regularly for Scripture study, faith sharing, and fellowship. Contact Maggie Sullivan at (760) 419-1642 or Brian Bieber (760) 496-8141) for more information.

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MISSION MONTESSORI’S CHRISTMAS TREE SALE
Spread out the cost of the holidays...buy a tree now and support our school! Only the highest quality trees are selected to be delivered directly from the farm. Orders are due by October 31. Invite your family and friends to participate in our sale (additional order forms are available in the Parish/School Office. For more information Winnie at (760) 237-3727.
ORDER FORM Size 5/6 Feet 6/7 Feet 7/8 Feet 8/9 Feet 9/10 Feet Douglas Fir $35 $45 $55 $75 Noble Fir $55 $65 $75 $95 $125

YOUTH MINISTRY CORNER
Blood Drive!!
Come support the Blood Drive, your donation could save 3 lives. Sign ups are held outside after all Sunday Masses this weekend. The American Red Cross blood mobile will be here on October 24th from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the Old Mission.

Faith Formation Office
Tel. 760-547-0716 E-mail: resecretary@sanluisreyparish.org OFFICE HOURS: Tues.-Fri.: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sat.: 9:00 am.- 4:00 p.m. Closed Days: Mon. PARENTING MINISTRY
Parents, come join with other Catholic parents on Sundays from 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. in the McKeon Center for faith, fellowship, and fun family ideas while your child is in Religious Education classes. For more information, call Andy & Grace Domingo 760.721.8131.

Sold to: ______________________ Phone: __________________ Address_______________________________________________ Tree Type: Douglas Fir Noble Fir Tree Size:
(22”)

5/6

6/7

7/8

8/9

9/10 Garland $25
(10ft)

Small Wreath $35

Large Wreath $40
(28”)

Pay by CASH or CHECK payable to: OMMS Total: _________________________ [ ]Cash [ ] Check (Trees not picked up will be donated to Charity) ______________________________ THANK YOU!! Sales person/Family Name ===================================================

CUSTOMER RECEIPT
Sold to: ______________________ Phone: __________________ Address_______________________________________________ Tree Type: Douglas Fir Noble Fir Tree Size: 5/6 6/7 Small Wreath $35
(22”)

ADULT FAITH FORMATION
WHAT CATHOLICS BELIEVE! - RCIA INQUIRY - Have you considered becoming a Catholic? - Are you interested in what Catholics believe? - Have you been away for a while and want to know what has changed? - Are you Catholic and have questions or want to find out more about your faith? WHO ARE THE JEWS - LECTURES ON JUDAISM Join us for a series of talks beginning Tuesday, November 9th on Judaism and continuing through November. Our presenter is Mr. Joseph Sims who completed his journey of faith in joining our Parish faith community through RCIA last Easter vigil. Joe will discuss his own journey of faith as he presents topics such as: Who are the Jews, Religious Texts, Rabbinic Text (Oral Torah), Jewish Holidays, Siddur/Prayer Book, Kabbalah, Chasiddism, and much more. These presentations will take the place of Lesson of Faith class and the weekly bible study. These presentations will begin on Tuesday, November 9th at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 10th at 6:00 p.m., and Thursday, November 11th at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. All presentations will be held in Rm. #1 in the Parish Center. For more information please call Bill Bischoff at 760-547-0702.

7/8 8/9 9/10 Large Wreath $40
(28”)

Garland $25
(10ft)

Pay by CASH or CHECK payable to: OMMS Total: _________________________ [ ]Cash [ ] Check Pick up tress at OMMS. Lot Hours: Sat. Dec. 4, 9 am-12 pm. Trees not picked up will be donated to charity ______________________________ THANK YOU!! Sales person/Family Name

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
The Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making their community better, while supporting their church. Being a Knight is more than camaraderie, it is being involved with your community; it is supporting your local Catholic Church while enhancing your own faith; it is about protecting and enhancing your family life. Please take an opportunity to talk to the Knights after mass; they will be easily identified by their Yellow Name Tags. Please consider this YOUR personal invitation. Come see just what the Knights are all about and take the first steps to enhance your life and the lives of others.

4 | MISSION SAN LUIS REY PARISH, Oceanside, California — October 17, 2010

Reading Resources
PARISH LIBRARY
Please visit our wonderful Parish Library to discover many wonderful treasures about the Catholic Faith, saints, bible study, popes, and scores of other topics in published and media formats. We are open every Thursday 10 AM-2 PM and every Sunday 8:30 AM to 12 Noon. And we now have Mr. Tony Martinez available for our Spanish-speaking brothers and sisters. Our Spanish library is growing, so stop in and check it out. For Information, call Pat Thompson at 760-433-8433.

Stewardship of Treasure
With gratitude for the gifts they have received, parishioners and visitors made a joyful return to the Lord of the following:

Collection for the weekend of 10/10/10
Envelope Collection (# of envelopes = 491): Loose Checks: Plate Collection: SUNDAY COLLECTION: EFT Donations: TOTAL SUNDAY COLLECTION: Old Mission Montessori: Total Collections: $11,774.00 $815.00 $4,388.50 $16,977.50 $705.00 $17,682.50 $2,350.50 $20,033.00

BOOK OF THE WEEK
Encountering the Religious Other
New Theology Review--May 2009

The New Theology Review is a quarterly publication of Liturgical Press. In this issue, dedicated to the theme of the “religious other,” five authors present four articles addressing the contemporary issue of inter-religious dialogue. James Fredericks writes about the Buddhist-Christian dialogue in his article “Solidarity with the Religious Other.” Examples of his own experiences with such dialogue help us to think more constructively about Buddhism’s “otherness” and welcome the religious other as our neighbor. Yvonne Haddad & Jane Smith discuss the Muslim-Christian interface in “In Search for a Common Word.” These women note that much of Muslim-Christian dialogue in the last half century has been informal and local. Recently more formal dialogues have grown across Christian denominations & through Muslim initiatives. Lawrence Frizzell writes of the Christian & Jewish experience in “The Religious Other as Neighbor.” Valuable lessons can be learned from their painful history of antagonism. And Jean-Pierre Ruiz presents “From Disputation to Dialogue” in which Jews and Latinos pursue a new understanding of a “convivencia”—living together in America after their complex history of grudging intolerance that began in medieval Spain and survives today.

The Comparison for this same period in 2009: Sunday Collection: Electronic Fund Donation: Total Sunday Collection: $17,754.00 $809.50 $18,563.50

***************** This fiscal year’s weekly goal is: $20,575.00 Our weekly year to date average is $19,993.00 ******************

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY COLLECTION
Our prayers and Eucharistic celebration for next weekend are directed in a special way toward our brothers and sisters throughout the world who are waiting to hear the joyous “Good News” of Jesus. Our offerings, through the Society of the Propagation of the Faith, will support the work and witness of those who selflessly give up all for the sake of our Lord and His Gospel—the local priests, Religious and lay catechists who daily provide loving service to the poor and suffering of Developing World.

OUR PARISH SUNDAY BOOKSTORE:
THE CATHOLIC PRAYER BIBLE LECTIO DIVINA EDITION Reflective reading of the Scriptures to lead us into prayer is a long standing practice in the church. One of the oldest methods is called Lectio Divina, from the Latin “Divine Reading”. The Catholic Prayer BIBLE Lectio Divina Edition is available in our Parish Sunday Bookstore or through Bill Bischoff in our Parish Center. The parish was able to purchase this bible at a special rate. Normally the price is $29.95 but we are able to sell it for our cost of $20.00. The Parish Sunday Bookstore is open after the 8:00 am, and 10 am Masses in the entry of the Serra Center. Please drop by! We are in need of volunteers to help with the bookstore at both the 8 am and 10 am masses. If you are interested please call Penny at 760-433-3731 or Bill at 760-547-0702

Stewardship Message
“…be persistent whether it is convenient or inconvenient...” - 2 Timothy 4:2
        

It is not always convenient to be a good steward, especially when all the temptations of our busy and materialistic world get in the way. Yet, we must be persistent even when it is inconvenient. This persistence marks follower of Christ.

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Prayer Makes All The Difference

Nourishment for the Soul
TODAY'S READINGS
First Reading -- As long as Moses' hands were kept uplifted, Joshua and his men had the better part of the battle with Amalek (Exodus 17:8-13). Psalm -- Our help is from the Lord, who made heaven and earth (Psalm 121). Second Reading -- Remain faithful; proclaim the word; be persistent whether it is convenient or not (2 Timothy 3:14 -- 4:2). Gospel -- God will secure the rights of the chosen who call out day and night (Luke 18:1-8).

Parish Mass Intentions
October 23– October 30, 2010 (A Week Ahead)
Sat., Oct. 23: Sun., Oct. 24: 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. SC SC OM SC SC SC SC PC PC PC PC PC PC +Victor Cierach +John Peterson, ofm +Joseph Collins +Marie Crump +Dr. Luis M. Flores +Loren Kerkof, ofm +William & Virginia Corona +Jessie Sussman +Jean Pennings + Helen Huelster +Soon Nee Ko +Leticia & Raymond Gastelum +John & Marge Kriss

Mon., Oct. 25: Tues., Oct. 26: Wed., Oct. 27: Fri., Oct. 29: Sat., Oct. 30:

READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Lk 10:1-9 Eph 2:12-22; Lk 12:35-38 Eph 3:2-12; Lk 12:39-48 Eph 3:14-21; Lk 12:49-53 Eph 4:1-6; Lk 12:54-59 Eph 4:7-16; Lk 13:1-9 Sir 35:12-14, 16-18; Ps 34; 2 Tm 4:6-8, 16-18; Lk 18:9-14

Thurs., Oct. 28: 7:30 a.m.

*SC - Serra Center ; OM - Old Mission ; PC - Parish Chapel
MASSES ARE SCHEDULED ACCORDING TO THE ABOVE SCHEDULE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. The Parish Office has NO ACCESS to the calendar and CANNOT guarantee a date.

PERSISTENCE
As the end of the liturgical calendar draws near the liturgy focuses more and more on the end of time. This week we are reminded that God's ultimate victory may be a long way off. Perseverance in prayer, proclamation, and work will be needed along the way. The characters in today's readings can serve as role models for us on the long journey of discipleship. In the reading from Exodus Joshua does not give up fighting, Moses does not give up praying, and Aaron and Hur do not give up supporting him until the victory is won. In the Gospel story the widow does not stop begging until justice is done. As the letter to Timothy urges, we are to "be persistent whether it is convenient or inconvenient" until the coming of "Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead" (2 Timothy 4:2, 1). (c) Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.

Happy Birthday To:

[If you’d like a name to be added to the list of birthdays please call the Parish Off.] Frank Giska 10/21

Our Parishioners Asking For Prayers:

Sylvia V. Bagon, Ernesto Bazua, 1st Lt. Benjamin Joseph Beck (Army EODdeployed 8/29/2009) Richard Becker, John & Mary Fran Blankemeier, Candelaria Castellón, Christian Chavez, Gregory Chávez, Susan Custer, Adele Davis, Marge Dealy, Marie DeDonno, Dee Dismuke, Einar Dyblie, Sherry Entringer, Gunnery Sgt. Richard Grant Estudillo (Deployed 4/3/2010 to Afghanistan) Jean Feehan, Jack Flatau, Mary Gallé, Francisco & María García, Efrain Gastelum, Virginia Gies, Clare Giska, Jonathan Guerra, Genevieve Haase, Carlos Harrison, Jane Heim, Christine Harms, Jay Hoffman, Donald Hunt, Mary Jackson, Lorene Kimbrel, Walter Koenig, 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, 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, Dottee Schultz, Joseph F. Schwartz, Patricia Sherwin, Rita Stack, Dorothy Sweeney, Elizabeth Sweeney, Patrick Sweeney, Roy Timerman, Stella Thil, Angel Tirona, Leticia Villanueva, George Weaver, Tim Weber, Patty Wiley.

[Please contact the Parish Off. to add or remove a parishioner name from the list.] Vincent Abate, Linda Allen, José Ameli-García, Cathy Archuleta,

Events Outside of the Parish
WIDE AWAKE DAY CONFERENCE
Saturday, November 6th at SDSU Newman Center from 8:30 am-6:30 pm Join other college students and young adults (18- 30 yr) who desire to WAKE UP to their deeper purpose in life!! At SDSU Newman Center at 5855 Hardy Ave, SD 92115 on campus! Cost is $10 for students and $25 for young adults.

Family & Friends of Parishioners:

Delgado 10/5, Howard Desforges 10/5, Alex Doyle 9/29, Peter Gallé 9/15, Michael Giannelli 9/15, Olga Ghirardelli 9/15, Corporal Corey Jones [deployed 5/9/10 to Afghanistan], Brian Keith 9/15, William Keith 9/15, Jesse Labrador 10/5, Al Maebe 9/21, Corporal Jason Pacheco (wounded in Afghanistan), Fernando Lopez 10/13, John Pacheco 9/28, David Ramos [deployed to Afghanistan], Duane Reno 9/21, Arlene Rosenberg 9/28, Sgt. Walter Sanderson [deployed 5/2010], Jan Spires 9/15, Nick Timerman 9/21. Hospital: Frank Miconi (UCSD Cancer Center, La Jolla), Betty Schulte (Cedars-Sinai), Katiuscia Iccabella, Eva Koenig (Tri-City Hospital). Hospice: DeLourice Varrichio Solomine (daughter of Lucille & Alfred Varrichio, in Hopis, Reno, NV),

[Unless an update is given to the Parish Office, names will be kept on the list for a month only.] Melba Bishop 9/21, Annie Berk 9/18, Alicia

ROSARY AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD
If you are interested in participating in the Rosary in front of Planned Parenthood Clinic in Carlsbad, please contact Marge Collins at 760-967-5968.

Deaths: Jean Couchman, Benjamin Ortiz, Amador Gonzalez Sanchez, Virginia Ribbel

6 | MISSION SAN LUIS REY PARISH, Oceanside, California — October 17, 2010

WEEKLY CALENDAR/CALENDARIO SEMANAL
Sunday, October 17 through Saturday, October 23, 2010 Domingo 17 de octubre hasta el sábado 23 de octubre del 2010 SUNDAY, October 17, 2010 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Green) - World Mission Sunday
Sunday Masses: Old Mission - 7:00 a.m. | Serra Ctr. - 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., [12:00 p.m. Spanish] and 5:00 p.m. Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive Elementary Faith Formation (English): Parish Building - 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. (Spanish): Parish Building - 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Library Open: 8:00-12:00 noon: Parish Center Bookstore: before and after 8/10 a.m. Masses - Serra Ctr. Foyer

DOMINGO, 17 de octubre - Domingo 29° del Tiempo Ordinario (Verde) - Domingo Mundial de las Misiones
MISAS: Misión Antigua - 7:00 a.m. (inglés), Centro Serra - 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. (inglés), 12:00 m.d. (español—Padre Andrés) y 5:00 p.m. (inglés)
Formación de Fe Año 2010-2011—Pre-Escolar a 6to grado (Elena Zavala 760-547-0715): 10:30-11:45 a.m.

Biblioteca: Centro Parroquial 1er piso - 8:00 a.m. a 12:00 m.d. Librería: después de la Misa de 12:00 del mediodía

MONDAY, October 18, 2010 - Parish Offices Closed
[For “Anointing of the Sick” emergencies and/or funerals, call (760) 583-3393]
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m.

LUNES, 18 de octubre - Las Oficinas están Cerradas
En el Calendario Católico, Día de San Lucas Evangelista [Para hablar con un Sacerdote en caso de emergencia, “unción para los enfermos” o funerales llame al 760-583-3393] Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.

TUESDAY, October 19, 2010
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Charismatic Prayer Mtg.: Old Mission Clare Room - 10:30 a.m. Lessons of Faith Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): Room #1 - 11:00 a.m. Spanish Intercessory Prayer: Parish Chapel - 5:00 p.m. Youth Faith Formation: Parish and McKeon Center Buildings - 6:30 p.m. Friends of Koi Ministry Meeting: PC Rm. #201 - 7:00 p.m.

MARTES, 19 de octubre
En el Calendario Católico, Día de Santos Juan de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues y Compañeros Mártires; San Pedro de Alcántara, Presbítero Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m. Oración de Intercesión: Capilla - 5:00 p.m. Ensayo del Coro de Grupo de Oración: Salón de Música 6:30 p.m. a 8:30 p.m. Formación de Fe Grados 7 al 12, Confirmación y Adolescentes en
RICA (Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702): 6:30 p.m. a 8:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, October 20, 2010
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): Room #1 - 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Centering Prayer: McKeon Center Rm. #12 - 7:00 p.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Devotion: Chapel - 7:00 p.m. What Catholics Believe: McKeon Ctr. Rm. #20 - 6:30 p.m. RCIA: McKeon Ctr. Rm. #21 - 7:00 p.m. Lectors Ministry Meeting (Kathryn Causee): Serra Ctr. - 7:00 p.m.

MIERCOLES, 20 de octubre
En el Calendario Católico, Día de San Pablo de la Cruz, Presbítero Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.

JUEVES, 21 de octubre
En el Calendario Católico, Día de El Cristo de Portobelo, Panamá Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m. Grupo de Oración (Alabanza y Adoración al Santísimo Sacramento): Capilla Parroquial - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

THURSDAY, October 21, 2010
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Bible Study (Bill Bischoff): Rm. #1 - 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Library Open: Library Rm. - 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal (Nancy): Music Room - 6:30 p.m. OMMS Advisory Board Mtg.: PC Dining Rm. - 6:30 p.m. Altar Server Mtg.: Serra Center - 6:30 p.m.

VIERNES, 22 de octubre
Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.

FRIDAY, October 22, 2010
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. SCC Facilitators Meeting: PC Rm. #1 - 7:00 p.m.

SABADO, 23 de octubre
En el Calendario Católico, Día de San Juan de Capistrano; Santa María Virgen Misa diaria (inglés): Capilla - 7:30 a.m. Información para Bautizos (ext. 113): 9:00 a.m. a 11:30 a.m. Sacramento de Reconciliación: Centro Serra - 10:00 a.m. a 11:00 a.m. MISAS: 5:00 p.m. (inglés) y 7:00 p.m. (español - Padre Andrés) “RETIRO PARROQUIAL DE MATRIMONIOS” 13 y 14 de noviembre del 2010. Más informes con Arturo y Corina Sánchez al 760-292-5623.

SATURDAY, October 23, 2010
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation: Priest’s offices - 10:00-11:00 a.m. Cursillo (Beryl 760-757-2373): PC Dining Rm. - 8:00 a.m. Samoan Choir Rehearsal: Music Room - 8:00 a.m. Intercessory Prayer (Beverly): Rm. #209 - 8:15 a.m. BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am MASSES: Serra Ctr. - 5:00 p.m. English & 7:00 p.m. Spanish.

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Estimados Miembros de la Familia Parroquial, ¡Paz y Todo Bien!
En el Evangelio de hoy (Lucas 18:1-18), Jesús les cuenta a sus discípulos una parábola sobre un juez deshonesto que está agobiado por la persistencia de una viuda muy insistente. Esto es una advertencia para que nosotros seamos persistentes y consecuentes en nuestras plegarias. Hasta aquí, todo está bien: Pero yo tengo problemas con esta narración y me pregunto a mi mismo: ¿Dónde está Dios en esta situación? ¿Es Dios el juez que presta un oído sordo consistentemente al llamado de una viuda pobre? Inconcebible. A nosotros se nos dice siempre y se nos asegura constantemente que Dios escucha nuestras plegarias, siempre sabe nuestras necesidades, aún antes de nosotros mencionárselas a El en oración. ¿Así pues, dónde está Dios en todo esto? Por eso, consideren esta posibilidad por un momento: posiblemente, la presencia de Dios puede estar simbolizada por la viuda pobre abrumada y determinada a recibir justicia. ¿Qué les parece? Imagínense—que nuestro Dios estuviera con el pobre y necesitado, con aquellos que están luchando por lograr justicia en sus vidas. ¿Y qué tal sobre nosotros? ¿Dónde estamos nosotros en este cuadro? ¿Estamos nosotros con Dios, en solidaridad con aquellos que ansían tener más libertad y más reconocimiento de sus derechos y de su dignidad personal? ¿O estamos tentados a prestar un oído sordo al pedido persistente de los necesitados? No es solo el pensarlo, es ponerlo en acción. La Misa de 10AM del domingo pasado, el Padre David Gaa, ofm, Director Ejecutivo nuevo de la Misión de San Luis Rey, concelebró conmigo la liturgia. Al final de la Misa Padre David nos dió una noticia muy buena: Comenzando con el Primer Domingo de Adviento, (el fin de semana del 27 y 28 de noviembre, las puertas de la Vieja Misión permanecerán abiertas para el público para oración y adoración “desde el amanecer hasta el atardecer” todos los días del año. Padre David nos dijo: “Solo hay una misión en la Misión.” “No importa donde nosotros estamos, ya sea en la parroquia o en la Misión Vieja. Ya sea con los Caballeros de Colón o en la escuela parroquial. Solo hay una misión para nosotros llevar a cabo—vivir y predicar con nuestras vidas el Evangelio de Jesucristo.” Actualmente la Iglesia de la Misión Vieja está accesible solo a través del Museo y los visitantes pagan a la puerta de entrada. Para celebrar y recordar este momento importante en nuestra historia compartida, el Obispo Robert A. Brom estará con nosotros en un servicio de oración especial el sábado, 27 de noviembre a las 4:00PM. Todos están invitados. Durante el servicio, el Obispo anunciará el comienzo de un “Año de Oración” para nuestra familia entera de la Misión—una llamada a todos a renovar nuestro compromiso de fe y de unos hacia otros. Nosotros les anunciaremos los detalles más tarde. Por nuestra parte, nosotros, sus hermanos Franciscanos (hermanos laicos y sacerdotes unidos) estamos comprometidos a traer un sentido de unidad renovada a nuestra misión la cual compartimos. Este proceso de renovación y de reconciliación ya se ha iniciado al eliminar la cerca de alambre que separaba las dos propiedades de la Parroquia y de la Misión. Ahora nosotros, todos, estamos envolviéndonos en lo que esperamos que sea una era nueva en nuestras relaciones. Claro que pueden surgir tropiezos en el camino que recorremos: nosotros aún tendremos que resolver algunos detalles. Y todo esto requerirá un compromiso de parte de todos nosotros. Claro que con la ayuda del Señor y la guía del Espíritu Santo, nos mantendremos en el camino. Mientras tanto… nosotros aún tuvimos un fin de semana bien activo. Varios eventos en particular merecen ser mencionados. En primer lugar, nosotros celebramos el Día de Cristóbal Colón en forma grande. El sábado pasado los Caballeros de Colón iniciaron la celebración con su Comida de Pasta la cual fue un éxito. El día siguiente, los Caballeros, sus esposas y familias incluyendo los escuderos, asistieron a la Misa de 10:00AM para su Celebración de Comunión, seguidos por la bendición del Santuario de Raquel y luego participaron en nuestro rosario “vivo”, multi-cultural y de múltiples lenguas. Más de 150 feligreses, representando cada grupo cultural parroquial, asistieron al evento. Los Caballeros de Colón repartieron más de 5,000 rosarios a los feligreses al final de las Misas del fin de semana. Pete y Mae Signori llevaron a cabo la labor inmensa de desenredar los rosarios de un sinnúmero de cajas y colocarlos en bolsas plásticas individuales. ¡Mil Gracias! Junto con los Caballeros, los estudiantes, padres, maestros, personal y familiares de nuestra familia escolar de la Misión Vieja de Montessori, también asistieron a la Misa de 10:00AM—celebrando la Primera Misa Escolar del año académico. El coro escolar, bajo la dirección de Lyndon Pugeda, fue excelente. Los maestros y los estudiantes también sirvieron como lectores, acólitos, dando la bienvenida y como ministros de Eucaristía… Se proveyeron sobres para donaciones especiales para la escuela parroquial en todas las Misas. Muchas gracias a todos los que contribuyeron tan generosamente para apoyar a nuestra gran escuela parroquial. No tengo que decirles lo fuerte que consiste para las familias el costo de la educación de sus hijos en estos días. El Compromiso a la Educación Católica conlleva un sacrificio mayor más aún en estos tiempos económicos tan difíciles. Mil gracias y gran apreciación a los Miembros del Consejo Financiero Parroquial, particularmente a Laurie Klahn, Joan Giroux, Rich Miro y Allen Hartman—al igual que a los abogados Wiley Jones y Richard Cornell, que proveyeron información vital (y consultas gratis) a más de 50 feligreses en un taller especial sobre testamentos y fideicomisos. Por último, y no por eso menos importante, yo desearía agradecer a dos donantes anónimos por sus contribuciones generosas a nuestra familia parroquial. Un donante contribuyó $15,500 hacia la compra de equipo para nuestro ministerio de música: El otro donante aportó la suma de $3,700 para ayudar a completar nuestro compromiso de este año a la Petición Católica Anual. Y gracias a todos ustedes que diariamente apoyan a nuestra familia parroquial con sus oraciones y sus ministerios voluntarios.

Muchas gracias, Padre Chuck (Carlos) Talley, ofm

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Tesoro de Co-Responsabilidad
Vean la página #5 para el fin de semana del 10/16 y 10/17. ¡Gracias por su contribución!

LECTURAS DE HOY

Domingo Mundial de las Misiones
23 y 24 de octubre del 2010
Unidos en la Mesa del Señor junto con todos los Católicos alrededor del mundo, nos comprometemos a nuestra vocación, a ser misioneros por medio del Bautismo. Nuestras oraciones y celebración Eucarística de la semana próxima están dirigidas en una forma especial hacia nuestros hermanos y hermanas alrededor del mundo quien están esperando escuchar el jubilo de la “Buena Nueva” de Jesús. Nuestras ofrendas, por medio de la Sociedad de la Propagación de la Fe, apoyará el trabajo y será testigo de aquellos que lo dan todo por el bien de nuestro Señor y de su Evangelio sin egoísmo—los sacerdotes locales, Religiosos y catequistas laicos que a diario le proveen su servicio amoroso al pobre y al afligido en un mundo en desarrollo.

Primera lectura — Mientras las manos de Moisés estaban en alto, Josué y sus guerreros se imponían en la batalla contra los amalecitas (Éxodo 17:8-13). Salmo — El auxilio me viene del Señor (Salmo 121 [120]). Segunda lectura — Permanezcan fieles; proclamen la palabra; sean persistentes cuando sea conveniente o no (2 Timoteo 3:14—4:2) Evangelio — Dios asegura los derechos de los elegidos que claman día y noche (Lucas 18:1-8).

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Martes: Miércoles: Jueves: Viernes: Sábado: Domingo: 2 Tim 4:10-17b; Lc 10:1-9 Ef 2:12-22; Lc 12:35-38 Ef 3:2-12; Lc 12:39-48 Ef 3:14-21; Lc 12:49-53 Ef 4:1-6; Lc 12:54-59 Ef 4:7-16; Lc 13:1-9 Sir 35:12-14, 16-18; Sal 34 (33); 2 Tim 4:6-8, 16-18; Lc 18:9-14.

El Grupo de Drama Emmanuel presenta:

LA VIDA DE SAN FRANCISCO DE ASIS
El 29 de octubre (bilingüe) Centro McKeon - 7:00 p.m.
Durante este mes de octubre, el mes de San Francisco, el Grupo de Drama Emmanuel presentará dos eventos relatando la vida de San Francisco—su conversión y el recuento del paso de su vida a la vida eterna llamado, “Transitus.” Al empezar nuestro programa “Reconstruir Nuestra Iglesia” en nuestra parroquia, tenemos esta maravillosa oportunidad para familiarizarnos con la historia del Pequeño Pobre Hombre de Asís que en sus días reconstruyó la casa de Cristo, la Iglesia, al servir a sus hermanos y hermanas y al llamarlos hacia la paz y la reconciliación. Felicidades al Grupo de Drama Emmanuel por este regalo tan generoso a la parroquia familiar. P or favor ven y apóyalos al celebrar a San Francisco de Asís.

PREGUNTA DE LA SEMANA: ¿Qué señales ves de que hay “Fe en la Tierra?”

JOVENES MINISTROS
Queremos agradecer y reconocer a algunos de los jóvenes de nuestra familia parroquial que dan su servicio como Ministros de Eucaristía. Ellos son: Teresita Razo, Jorge López, Nancy Pérez, Jennifer Díaz, Amanda Herrera, Samantha Méndez, Cynthia Arango, Diana Estrada y Alicia Marez.

Misa (bilingüe) Para Todos Los Fieles Difuntos
Martes, 2 de noviembre del 2010 Centro Serra - 7:00 p.m.
La Misa será seguida por una visita al cementerio de la Misión Antigua donde podrán comprar una vela para colocarla en la tumba de sus seres queridos. Si les gustaría incluir el nombre de algún ser amado que haya fallecido entre noviembre del 2009 al presente, por favor, llamen a la Oficina Parroquial al 760-757-3250 no más tarde del 19 de octubre. Los nombres serán inscritos en cartulinas y colocadas en la Capilla Parroquial y en el Centro Serra.

La Parroquia Misión San Luis Rey y el Comité Hispano
con agradecimiento por el apoyo que nos han brindado a través de todo el año, les invitan a una

NOCHE DE ALABANZA
viernes, 5 de noviembre 6:00 p.m. - Centro Serra.
Con la participación de Lorie Juárez, Salvador Reyes, el Coro “Los Títeres de Dios” y los sacerdotes de nuestra parroquia. La entrada es gratuita. Habrá venta de comida. Los esperamos en 4070 Mission Ave., Oceanside CA 92057.

Altares Para El Día De Los Muertos:
Si a tu ministerio le gustaría patrocinar un Altar para el Día de los Muertos, por favor, comunícate con Jorge Ponce al 760-726-6391.

Ministerio Pre-Bautismal
¡La Parroquia Misión San Luis Rey te necesita, y te hace esta invitación!
El Ministerio de Bautizos te ofrece la oportunidad de servir al Señor y crecer en la fe trabajando con padres y padrinos en la preparación de Bautismo de sus hijos. Unete a nosotros y descubrirás que Hermoso es donar tu tiempo al Señor. Para más información por favor llama a María Guadalupe Ramírez al 760433-4602 o Catalina Pérez al 760-978-1576.

Celebración Del Día De Los Muertos
Misión Antigua de San Luis Rey - 4050 Mission Ave. Domingo, 31 de octubre de 10:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. Habrá música, bailables, altares, ofrendas, mercado, comida, y mucho más. La entrada es gratuita. Estacionamiento $5.00.

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Join us th Sunday, October 17 in the Parish Chapel at 1:30pm for
"Lotu Tamaiti," "Children's Service" or "Prayer for Children“
a traditional holiday celebration of music and dance

During White Sunday, Samoan children and teens perform hymns, dramas and action songs that celebrate their faith and culture plus they bring offerings wearing white, sign of a pure and loving heart. White Sunday provides an opportunity to celebrate God’s gift of children. It is a yearly reminder for all of us to embrace, cherish and value every child in our lives.