Mission San Luis Rey Parish

Franciscan Friars

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
Blessed is He Who Comes In The Name of the Lord
Matthew 21:6-11

Sunday, April 17, 2011

From The Pastor’s Desk
Dear Parish Family, Peace and all good! Here we are at the beginning of Holy Week, this most solemn and sacred time of the entire Church year—in which we journey with Jesus, quite literally, from “Hosanna” to “Alleluia.” This is the time when we need to let go and allow the Spirit of Jesus to move us into and through the profoundly beautiful liturgies marking His Passion, Death, and Resurrection. We are immersed in the power of God’s presence in Word and Sacrament-- permeating the senses through song, gesture, and symbol. Our sense of regular time is suspended as we become attuned to the rhythm and cadence of our deepest traditions: our hearts search out and enter into the Heart of Jesus Himself. The week starts with our celebration of Palm Sunday, marking the solemn entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, surrounded by rapturous crowds waving palm branches and flinging their robes to the ground to make a royal carpet for the arrival of our King. We are moved through the week to the beginning of the Triduum: the three sacred days devoted to the Lord’s Passion, Death, and Resurrection. On Holy Thursday we celebrate Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples. The mood is somber, poignant, and intimate. This day is also called “Maundy Thursday” (from the Latin, “mandamus”—“we are sent”), referring to Jesus’ “sending” or “mandate” to His disciples to lead lives of humble service in His name. As part of the evening liturgy of the Lord’s Supper, we imitate Jesus by literally washing each other’s feet, and celebrate the institution of the Eucharist. Afterwards, the altars are stripped bare as we process with the Body of Christ to

the Old Mission Church for a time of prayer and adoration. Good Friday. In our prayer and liturgy we enter into the tremendous mystery of Jesus’ Passion: His arrest, imprisonment, torture, and death on the Cross. A “living” enactment of the Gospel will be provided by the students of our parish school at the morning liturgy. Later in the day, the Way of the Cross/ Via Crucis, organized by the Hispanic community will precedes the evening Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion, including the adoration of the Cross. Throughout the day, we are invited to spend time in personal prayer and reflection. The day of Holy Saturday is filled with the flutter of last-minute preparations for the solemnity of the Easter Vigil: the joyous proclamation of the Resurrection of the Lord! Here, the somber mood of Holy Week shifts dramatically. “He is risen! He is truly risen!” This year, we celebrate the Easter Vigil with our catechumens and candidates. Some 64 adults and candidates who will be baptized and/or received into the Catholic Church through our parish family this year. Their joy becomes ours as all of us celebrate together the definitive victory of Jesus Christ over sin and death. From “Hosanna” to “Alleluia”, the Lord guides us through the this most Holy Week. Consider taking the time to attend any or all of the several services offered during the week. And let us pray for ourselves and each other that our faith in Jesus may be deepened and be more deeply shared with others.

God bless,

Fr. Chuck

Parish News & Happenings Social Concerns Easter Food Basket Program
For a $40.00 donation, we can provide an Easter Basket for a needy family. If you can’t sponsor an entire family, please give what you can - every dollar truly helps and is an expression of our faith and love in action. Our list of hungry families is long in this difficult economic time. Please mark your checks “Easter Basket” and place them in the collection.

Donations of hams, turkeys and canned goods are, of course, always welcome. We appreciate you checking the expiration dates on all donated cans and packages of food. You may bring the food to the Social Concerns Department in the Loretto House during our normal business hours. To date, parishioners have sponsored 76 families! Please call me at ext. 108 or 760-547-0708 if you have any questions. Thank you and God bless you all for your loving hearts and sharing spirits. Carmen Parra, Director of Social Concerns

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HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
The Lord’s Supper (Thursday) La Ultima Cena del Señor (Jueves)
April/Abril 21
Tenebrae in the Chapel - Replaces 7:30 am Mass 7 PM - SC - Multicultural
Mass of the Lord’s Supper w/ washing of the feet. Misa de la Ultima Cena del Señor con lavado de los pies.

Come Join our Exciting and Fast Growing Music Ministry!
New Voices Coming to 10 AM Mass: Our choirs are undergoing many exciting changes! This a great time to come join our ministry and bring great ideas and talent for the praise of our Lord. As you will notice very soon, our 10 AM choir, formally known as the Shepherds Choir, will be combining with the Trinity (Filipino choir), and we want you to join too! We are encouraging men especially to come join and give us that good support from the low notes. I also find that any instrument that you play can be included within our ministry. We want to make a joyful noise so bring them in! The practice for this choir will be on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the music room, beginning right after Easter. SCHOLA: You will also notice during Holy Week a small vocal ensemble singing some of the old Sacred Music. This group, another idea we’ve had, is taking the form of a Schola. This group will be an “audition only” group that sings advanced choral pieces, from Palestrina, Mozart, Faure, Bach, and modern classical music from Kevin Allen etc. Gospel Choir: If you are young and into more contemporary and African American styled gospel, we have great news for you! The Confirmation youth will be singing at their Confirmation and from that group, we want to establish an all youth contemporary Gospel Choir! If you play guitar, bass, piano, or any instrument and are more inclined to contemporary or Gospel music, then consider joining! For information and details on these or any other existing groups, please contact Lupe Rios, Director of Worship, at (760) 547-0709 or worship@sanluisreyparish.org.

Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion (Friday) Liturgia de la Pasión del Señor (Viernes)
April/Abril 22
Tenebrae in the Chapel - Replaces 7:30 am Mass 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. SC - English:
Passion of the Lord w/the participation of our students. La Pasión del Señor con la participación de nuestros estudiantes.
 

1:00-3:00 p.m. OM
Open for private meditation. Meditación privada.
 

3:00-4:00 p.m. OM
Taizé: Prayer Around the Cross. Taizé: Oración Alrededor de la Cruz.
 

5:00-7:30 p.m. Jardines del CS - Vía Crucis 7:30 p.m. SC - Multicultural Celebration of the Passion/ Celebración multicultural de la Pasión
(With Holy Communion. Tendremos Comunión.)

Easter Vigil & Eucharist (Saturday) Vigilia Pascual y Eucaristía (sábado)
April/Abril 23
Tenebrae in the Chapel - Replaces 7:30 am Mass 7:30 p.m. SC - Multicultural

Easter Sunday Domingo de Pascua
April/Abril 24
7 AM - OM (English), 8 AM - SC (English), 10 AM - SC (English), 12 PM - CS (Spanish), NO 5 PM Mass.

Prayer Formation & Opportunities
CENTERING PRAYER: is a renewal of the rich tradition of contemplative prayer in the Christian Church. It is designed to reduce obstacles to an intimate personal relationship with God. Our centering prayer group meets every Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:30 p.m. for prayer and instruction in Rm. #12 in the McKeon Ctr. For additional information, log onto: www.consd.com. INTERCESSORY PRAYER: our parishioners have the opportunity to write their needs and blessings in the Intercessory Prayer books that are located in the Serra Center and the Parish Chapel. Members of this ministry meet each Saturday, from 8:15-9:00 a.m. in Rm. 209 to pray for all members and the intentions written by the parishioners in the books. Members may also pray at home. Anyone can be part of this ministry: shut-ins, retired, etc. For further information, please call Beverly Giannelli at 760-758-0374. April 17, 2011 — Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion | 3

PARISH OFFICES CLOSED
The Parish Offices will be closed on April 26 and 27, 2011 due to the Easter Holiday. Office hours will resume on April 28, 2011.
In case of an emergency funeral or sacrament of Anointing of the Sick call (760) 583-3393.

Stewardship of Treasure
Good Friday Collection: Next Friday has been designated for the 2011 Collection for the Holy Land. Your contribution helps to support Christians and maintain shrines in the Holy Land of our Lord’s birth, agony, death and resurrection. You are encouraged to consider a generous gift!

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.

Reading Resources
PARISH LIBRARY
If you think you would enjoy a friendly, peaceful place to share your organizational gifts and feed your love of reading, please contact us to volunteer in the library for an hour or two. We especially need bilingual assistants. The library is open Sundays (8 AM to 1:30 PM) and Thursdays (10 AM to 2 PM)---first floor of the Parish Center, Room 2. For further information or to volunteer, please call Pat Thompson (760) 433-8433 or Tony Martinez (Spanish) (760) 277-1986.

MEDIA/BOOK OF THE WEEK: A Crucified Christ in Holy Week Essays on the Four Gospel Passion Narratives
By Raymond E. Brown Each year during Holy Week we are privileged to hear two different passion narratives. While John’s account is always read on Good Friday, Matthew, Mark and Luke’s accounts are rotated each Passion Sunday. This allows us to explore different stories with different details and perspectives each year. This format improves reader participation and identification with the events central to our Christian beliefs. This concise, readable book includes a general introduction to the passion narratives. In this introduction, Raymond Brown summarizes the writing style, factors affecting the differences of the accounts and the resulting benefits. The author then includes an essay on each of the Gospel passion narratives. Finally, Mr. Brown summarizes the stories, differences, and importance to us in our Christian lives today. Father Raymond E. Brown, S.S. was one of the premier modern, Catholic scripture scholars. He was an author and teacher who served as head of biblical societies and was appointed by two Popes to the Roman Pontifical Biblical Commission. And, in this book, he has summarized and shared his expertise with us.

CHILDREN & YOUTH FAITH FORMATION
For any questions or more information please contact the coordinators of the programs. Elementary (English); 7th - 9th: Larry LaGrasta 760-547-0712 Elementary (Spanish): Elena Zavala 760-547-0715 Confirmation - 12th: Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702

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?

LESSONS OF FAITH:
Tuesday mornings at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM in Rm. #1. A review of our beliefs, and discussions on life today in the Catholic Faith using the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults as our guide. Lot’s of questions, discussions, and much, much more.

OUR PARISH SUNDAY BOOKSTORE:
Come and see what’s new! The bookstore is available after the 8:00 am & 10:00 am Masses on Sunday.

Readings for Lent:
Little Books from Saginaw - $1.00, Wondrous Encounters Scripture for Lent, by Richard Rohr - $9.00

WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY:
Wednesdays from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM; Thursday mornings from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM and afternoons 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM in Rm. #1. We will be using Little Rock Bible Study as the format for study and discussion. Join us at any time! For more information on any of these programs, contact Bill Bischoff at 760-547-0702.

And other Lenten Devotions Timely Gifts:
Bibles, Children’s & Adults, Rosaries, Statues of many of our favorite Saints (different sizes & styles), Books, and much more! The New Saint Joseph Sunday Missal for 2011 is still available- $5.00 For more information call Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702.

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OMMS School Notes
Christmas in July Jewelry Boutique
Last year's jewelry sale helped our school tremendously thanks to the generous ladies who donated jewelry to the OMMS Jewelry Boutique. Ladies, we are once again collecting AND WE DO NEED YOUR HELP. Please consider donating your old jewelry (costume, gold or silver, even broken chains or watches) to help the school raise funds during the Christmas in July fundraiser. You may drop off your jewelry in the OMMS office on week days or arrange to give it to me personally. I can be reached at the number below or contacted through email at ChristmasinJuly1@yahoo.com. Thank you so very much for helping our parish school to thrive. Remember to visit The OMMS Jewelry Boutique in Sister Gladys' Booth during Christmas in July. (100% of proceeds go to the school.) For more information call Ann at 760-494-3544.

Opportunities at the Old Mission
Sacred Triduum Retreat
“Tree of Death/Tree of Life” April 21 – 24, 2011
This is an opportunity to journey deeper into the Mystery of Salvation during Holy Week at a retreat with Fr. David Gaa, ofm and Barbara Hughes. Join us at the Old Mission San Luis Rey Retreat Center for reflections and quiet prayer time with mid-morning sessions on Good Friday, Holy Saturday, Easter Sunday and evening liturgies at the parish. Check in: 4 pm – 5:30 pm, Thursday, April 21. The retreat begins with dinner at 5:30 pm and ends with Easter Sunday Mass at 10 am. Private room $275; Shared room $195 per person; Commuter $110 per person. Register online at www.sanluisrey.org or by calling the Retreat Center at 760-757-3659.

Spring Cleaning?
Our Old Mission Montessori School is looking for your “gently” used household items for our annual Christmas in July fundraiser. We accept new and used items, with the exception of clothing and shoes. Donations may be dropped off at the school between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Please contact the school office if you have any questions. All proceeds go directly to our Parish School. We thank you so much for your support!!

Events Outside of the Parish
ROSARY FOR LIFE AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD
Come join Our Lady of Grace Rosary SCC, in praying the rosary in front of the Planned Parenthood Clinic, 1820 Marron Rd., Carlsbad. Our next date will be Thursday, May 5th, at 10 AM. For more information, contact Marge Collins at 760967-5968.

Pilgrimage News
PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND
November 6-16, 2011, with Fr. David Gaa, OFM, Old Mission San Luis Rey
The price will be, $3,399.00 per person, based on double occupancy. Price includes round-trip air fare from San Diego, airline taxes/surcharges, first class hotel accommodations, all hotel taxes, breakfast and dinner daily, land transportation by deluxe motor coach, all transfers and baggage handling, comprehensive sightseeing with all entrance fees (per itinerary), professional guide Fr. Garret Edmunds, OFM, and daily Mass. For more information, please contact: Linda and Don Patera, 619-370-9064.

IMMIGRATION
Your story. Your Family’s Story. The WHOLE Story.
April 30th from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. At St. Thomas More Catholic Church 1450 S. Melrose Dr., Oceanside CA
Who in your family was the first to come to the USA? It might be your great-grandmother. It might be your father. It might be you. Each of us has a story to tell about this great journey and experience of trying to succeed here. Millions of these stories interwoven with each other make the America we know today. Please join us for Interfaith Experiences To: - Learn about the human reality of immigration - Examine this subject through the lens of faith - Share your or your ancestors’ story and listen to others’ stories To RSVP please call 760-758-4100 April 17, 2011 — Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion | 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.] Gloria Ash 4/16, Grace Donahoo 4/16, Salvador Meza Jr. 4/16, Malia Campbell 4/19, Mary Gallé4/19, Madeline Raymond 4/19, Alice Donarski 4/21, Ronald Willis 4/21

Our Parishioners Asking For Prayers:

[Please contact the Parish Off. to add or remove a parishioner’s name from the list.] Vincent Abate, Afasene Family, Linda Allen, José Ameli-García, Cathy Archuleta, Ariana Aquino, Sylvia V. Bagon, Ernesto Bazua, Richard Becker, John & Mary Fran Blankemeier, Geraldine Braun, Sarah Buzan, Candelaria Castellón, Christian Chavez, Gregory Chávez, Jim Clifford, Susan Custer, Marge Dealy, Marie DeDonno, Dee Dismuke, Agnes Douglas, Einar Dyblie, Gunnery Sgt. Richard Grant Estudillo (Deployed 4/3/2010 to Afghanistan) Jean Feehan, Jack Flatau, Jerry Frister, Mary Gallé, Francisco & María García, Efrain Gastelum, Virginia Gies, Clare Giska, Alice Greffly, Gonzalo Gonzalez, Jonathan Guerra, Amelia Guerrero, Jane Guinn, Genevieve Haase, Carlos Harrison, Jane Heim, Christine Harms, Beatrice Hoyt, Donald Hunt, Mary Jackson, Lorene Kimbrel, 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, Christian Navarro (deployed to Afghanistan Nov. 2010), Jazmin Navarro, Sylvester Nwizu, Shirley O’Neil, Alesio & Elsie Pele, Sheila, & Anastasia Pele, Imeleta Pele, Maria Pele, Gabriel Pele, Bro. Mo Peltier, Gina Ponce, Thelma Poorman, Julia Prendergast, Samuel Ramirez, Rose Marie Reno, Max & Eva Ruiz, Anita Saldaña, Irene Sarrazin, Ruth Schneider, Joseph F. Schwartz, Patricia Sherwin, Rita Stack, Dorothy Sweeney, Elizabeth Sweeney, Patrick Sweeney, Pauline Tanguay, Roy Timerman, Stella Thil, Sally Thomas, Angel Tirona, Andrew Toma, Leticia Villanueva, Vincent Vitale, George Weaver, Tim Weber, Patti 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.] Melba Bishop 3/22, Cheryl Estrada 3/9, Howard Desforges 3/22, Alex Doyle 3/22, Dave Flatau 3/22, Peter Gallé 4/5, Emilia Garcia 3/22, Olga Ghirardelli 3/22, Michael Giannelli 4/8, Patty Griffin 3/16, Ramona Hernandez 3/19, Brian Keith 4/8, William Keith 4/8, Diane & Dan Koss 3/19, Specialist John Mensor, US Army [Afghanistan], Paul Mercado 3/29, Petra & Aurora Mendez 4/8, Eleanor Moore 3/15, Corporal Jason Pacheco (wounded in Afghanistan), David Ramos [deployed to Afghanistan], Dustin Reno 4/5, Sgt. Walter Sanderson [deployed 5/2010], Don Sandling 3/15, Harvey Sharp 3/22, Master Sgt. Mike Shelmadine [deployed to Afghanistan 2/2011], Jan Spires 4/8, Nick Timerman 4/8, Susan Vendetti 3/15, Beti Villanueva 3/15.

Hospital: Frank Miconi (UCSD Cancer Center, La Jolla), Katiuscia Iccabella, Ivan Escobar, Bonnie Contreras (Sharp, San Diego). Hospice: DeLourice Varrichio Solomine, Gina Ponce (Scripps Encinitas), Eleanor L. Young, Sarah Buzan, Irene Underwood. Death: Luis Guerrero, Roberto Chavira, John Moynihan. Death Anniversary:

Parish Mass Intentions
April 23– April 30, 2011 (A Week Ahead)
Sat., April 23 Easter Vigil: 7:30 p.m. SC Presider’s Intention Sun., April 24 Easter Sunday: 7:00 a.m. OM +Frank Merkt 8:00 a.m. SC +Adele Davis 10:00 a.m. SC +Mary Lou Carpenter 12:00 p.m. SC Sagrado Corazón de Jesús NO 5:00 p.m. Mass Mon., April 25: 7:30 a.m. PC Julie Nilson Tues., April 26: 7:30 a.m. PC Robert Christopher Culver Wed., April 27: 7:30 a.m. PC +Virginia Ribbel Thurs., April 28: 7:30 a.m. Fri., April 29: 7:30 a.m. Sat., April 30: 7:30 a.m. PC PC PC +Merlin G. Wagner
Saturday:

Nourishment for the Soul
TODAY'S READINGS
Gospel at the Procession with Palms -- Jesus' entry into Jerusalem (Matthew 21:1-11). First Reading -- In spite of my sufferings I am not disgraced. I am not put to shame (Isaiah 50:4-7). Psalm -- My God, my God, why have you abandoned me? (Psalm 22) Second Reading -- Christ emptied himself, and God filled this emptiness with exaltation (Philippians 2:6-11). Gospel -- The account of Christ's passion according to Matthew (Matthew 26:14 -- 27:66 [27:11-54]).

READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Is 42:1-7; Jn 12:1-11 Is 49:1-6; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38 Is 50:4-9a; Mt 26:14-25 Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15 Is 52:13 -- 53:12; Ps 31; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 -- 19:42 a) Gn 1:1 -- 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; c) Ex 14:15 -- 15:1; d) Is 54:5-14; e) Is 55:1-11; f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 -- 4:4; g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Mt 28:1-10 Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 or Lk 24: 13-35

+Leticia & Raymond Gastelum Marge Heath
Sunday:

SC - Serra Center; OM - Old Mission; PC - Parish Chapel

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WEEKLY CALENDAR/CALENDARIO SEMANAL
Sunday, April 17 through Saturday, April 23, 2011 Domingo 17 de abril hasta el sábado 23 de abril del 2011 SUNDAY, April 17, 2011 - Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion (Red)
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. 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 abril del 2011 - Domingo de Ramos de La Pasión del Señor (Rojo)
MISAS: Misión Antigua - 7:00 a.m. (inglés - Padre Larry), Centro Serra - 8:00 a.m. (inglés - Padre David), 10:00 a.m. (inglés - Padre Luis), 12:00 m.d. (español - Padre Chuck) y 5:00 p.m. (inglés - Padre Adrian) Librería: entrada principal del Centro Serra - después de la Misa Formación de Fe - Pre-Escolar a 6to grado (Elena Zavala, 760-547-0715): 10:30 a.m. a 11:45 a.m.

MONDAY, April 18, 2011 - 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 abril del 2011 - Oficinas Cerradas
[Para hablar con un Sacerdote en caso de emergencia, “unción para los enfermos” o funerales llame al 760-583-3393] Misa diaria (inglés - Padre Jerry): Capilla - 7:30 a.m.

TUESDAY, April 19, 2011
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. Charismatic Prayer Mtg.: Old Mission Clare Room - 10:30 a.m. NO Lessons of Faith Bible Study NO Spanish Intercessory Prayer NO Youth Faith Formation

MARTES, 19 de abril del 2011
Misa diaria (inglés - Padre Luis) Capilla - 7:30 a.m. Oración de Intercesión: Capilla - 5:00 p.m. Ensayo del Coro de Grupo de Oración: Centro Parroquial 6:30 p.m. a 8:30 p.m. Clase de Música (Lupe 760-547-0709): Salón de Música 7:30 p.m. No habrá Formación de Fe Grados 7 al 12 o Confirmación y RICA (Bill Bischoff 760-547-0702)

WEDNESDAY, April 20, 2011
Daily Parish Chapel Mass: 7:30 a.m. BINGO (x145): McKeon Center open at 9:00 a.m., starts 11:30 am NO Bible Study NO Centering Prayer NO Perpetual Help Devotion Shepherds Choir Rehearsal: Music Room - 7:00 p.m.

THURSDAY, April 21, 2011 Holy Thursday - The Lord’s Supper
Tenebrae - Parish Chapel: 7:30 a.m. Library CLOSED NO Bible Study THE LORD’S SUPPER 7:00 p.m. - Serra Center (Multicultural)

MIERCOLES, 20 de abril del 2011
Misa diaria (inglés - Padre Luis): Capilla - 7:30 a.m. Bingo (439-6700): Centro McKeon - 11:30 a.m. a 3:00 p.m.

JUEVES, 21 de abril del 2011 - Jueves Santo
No habrá Misa diaria, pero si Tenebrae, 7:30am ingles No habrá Grupo de Oración Misa de la Ultima Cena del Señor y lavado de los pies: Centro Serra - 7:00 p.m.

FRIDAY, April 22, 2011 Good Friday - Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion - Day of Fasting & Abstinence
Tenebrae - Parish Chapel: 7:30 a.m. LITURGY OF THE LORD’S PASSION 12: 00 p.m. - Serra Center (English w/ OMMS Passion Play) 1:00 p.m. - Old Mission (Open for Private Meditation) 3:00 p.m. - Old Mission (Taize: Prayer around the Cross) 5:00 p.m. - In front of Old Mission (Spanish Vía Crucis) 7:30 p.m. - Serra Center (Multicultural Service)

VIERNES, 22 de abril del 2011 - Viernes Santo
Día de: Ayuno y Abstinencia No habrá Misa diaria, pero si Tenebrae, 7:30am ingles Santo Vía Crucis (Grupo Emmanuel): Iniciarán en la Lavandería frente a la Misión Antigua - 5:00 p.m. Liturgia de la Pasión de Cristo: Centro Serra - 7:30 p.m. (favor de ver la página #3 para todos los servicios)

SATURDAY, April 23, 2011 - Easter Vigil
Tenebrae - Parish Chapel: 7:30 a.m. NO Sacrament of Reconciliation NO Intercessory Prayer NO BINGO (x145) NO Regular Sunday Vigil Masses EASTER VIGIL & EUCHARIST 7:30 p.m. - Serra Center (Multicultural)

SABADO, 23 de abril del 2011 - Sábado Santo
No habrá Misa diaria, pero si Tenebrae, 7:30am ingles No hay Servicio de Reconciliación Comunal hasta mayo 7 No habrá Bingo Misas: 5:00 p.m. (inglés - Padre Chuck) y 7:00 p.m. (español - Padre Chuck)

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Del Escritorio del Párroco
Querida Familia Parroquial, ¡Paz y todo bien! Aquí estamos al comienzo de la Semana Santa, este tiempo, el más sagrado y más solemne del año entero de la Iglesia en el cual vamos con Jesús en la jornada, hablando en forma literal, de “Hosana” hacia “Aleluya.” Este es el tiempo cuando necesitamos dejar a un lado y permitir al Espíritu de Jesús moverse dentro y a través de las liturgias profundamente hermosas, marcando Su Pasión, Su Muerte y Su Resurrección. Nosotros estamos sumergidos en el poder de la presencia de Dios en la Palabra y en el Sacramento -- impregnando los sentidos a través de la canción, de los gestos y de los símbolos. Nuestro sentido de tiempo regular está suspendido al nosotros entrar en armonía con el ritmo y con la cadencia de nuestras tradiciones profundas: nuestros corazones buscan y entran en el corazón del mismo Jesús. La semana comienza con el Domingo de Pascua, marcando la entrada sagrada de Jesús a Jerusalén, rodeado de una muchedumbre extática, moviendo ramas de palmas y arrojando sus abrigos al suelo para hacer una alfombra real para la llegada del Rey. Nos emocionamos a través de la semana al comienzo del Tríduo: los tres días sagrados dedicados a la Pasión, la Muerte y la Resurrección del Señor. El Jueves Santo nosotros celebramos la Ultima Cena de Jesús con Sus discípulos. El ambiente es sombrío, conmovedor e íntimo. Este día se llama también” maundy” (del latín “mandamus” “somos enviados”), refiriéndose a Jesús “enviando” o “mandando” a Sus discípulos y guiándolos a vivir vidas de servicio humilde en Su nombre. Como parte de la liturgia de la noche de la Ultima Cena, nosotros imitamos a Jesús, en forma literal, lavándonos los pies unos a otros y celebrando la institución de la Eucaristía. Luego, los altares se deshacen mientras procedemos con el Cuerpo de Cristo a la Iglesia de la Misión Vieja para un tiempo de oración y de adoración.

El Viernes Santo. En nuestra oración y en nuestra liturgia, nosotros entraremos al misterio tremendo de la Pasión de Jesús: Su arresto, Su encarcelamiento, Su tortura y Su muerte en la Cruz. Una representación “viva” del Evangelio será provista por los estudiantes de nuestra escuela parroquial en la liturgia de la mañana. Por la tarde de ese día, El Vía Crucis, organizado por la comunidad hispana, procederá la Liturgia de la noche que consistirá de la Pasión del Señor, incluyendo la adoración de la Cruz. Durante el día estamos invitados a tomar tiempo para oración personal y reflexión. El día del Sábado Santo está lleno de un revuelo de emoción debido a la preparación de última hora para la solemnidad de la Vigilia de Pascua de Resurrección: ¡La proclamación gozosa de la Resurrección del Señor! Aquí el humor sombrío de la Semana Santa cambia dramáticamente. “¡El ha resucitado!” ¡El está verdaderamente resucitado!” Este año celebraremos la Vigilia Pascual con nuestros catecúmenos y con nuestros candidatos. Estos son 64 adultos y candidatos que serán bautizados y/o recibidos este año en la Iglesia Católica a través de nuestra familia parroquial. Su gozo es también nuestro al celebrar todos la victoria definitiva de Jesucristo sobre el pecado y sobre la muerte. De “Hosana” a “Aleluya”, el Señor nos guía a través de esta Semana Santa tan grande. Considera tomar el tiempo para asistir a cualquiera o a todos los servicios que se ofrecen durante la semana. Oremos por nosotros y por cada uno de nosotros para que nuestra fe en Jesús se profundice y pueda ser compartida más profundamente con otras personas.

Dios les bendiga, Padre Chuck

SEMANA SANTA
Para los servicios de Semana Santa por favor vean la página #3 de este boletín. Las Oficinas Parroquiales estarán CERRADAS el martes, 26 de abril y el miércoles, 27 de abril por motivo al Domingo de Pascua de Resurrección. Estaremos de regreso en la oficina el jueves, 28 de abril.

OBRA DE LA PASION DE CRISTO
Por el Grupo Emmanuel
El viernes, 22 de abril (Viernes Santo) Nos reuniremos en la Lavandería frente a la Misión Antigua a las 5:00 p.m. e iremos en procesión hacia el Centro Serra. Para más información, llamen a Lupercio al 760-613-5459.

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COLECTA DEL VIERNES SANTO
Colecta del Viernes Santo: La colecta del próximo viernes (4/22) ha sido designado para la “Tierra Santa del 2011.” Su contribución ayuda a apoyar a los Cristianos y a conservar los templos en la Tierra Santa donde nuestro Señor nació, sufrió su agonía, fue crucificado y resucitó. Les animamos a que contribuyan generosamente. El sobre para esta colecta se encuentra en su paquete de sobres para su colecta dominical.

LECTURAS DE HOY
Evangelio para la procesión de las palmas — ¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor! (Lucas 19:28-40) Primera lectura — A pesar de mi sufrimientos no quedaré confundido. No me siento avergonzado (Isaías 50:4-7). Salmo — Dios mío, Dios mío, ¿por qué me has abandonado? (Salmo 22 [21]). Segunda lectura — Jesús se despojó totalmente y Dios lo llenó de exaltación (Filipenses 2:6-11). Evangelio — El recuento de la pasión de Cristo según san Mateo (Mateo 26:14 — 27:66).

INMIGRACION
Su Historia, La de su Familia, La Historia Completa Sábado, 30 de abril de 8:30 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. en la Iglesia St. Thomas More, 1450 S. Melrose Dr., Oceanside, CA 92056
¿Quién en tu familia emigró primero a USA? ¿Acaso fue tu bisabuela? ¿tu padre? ¿Acaso fuiste tu? Cada uno de nosotros representamos una historia y tenemos mucho que contar acerca de largas jornadas y experiencias para triunfar aquí. Millones de estas historias se entrelazan entre si y forman la AMERICA que conocemos hoy. Acompáñanos a compartir esas experiencias para: ⇒ Conocer la realidad humana de la inmigración ⇒ Examinar esta realidad con ojos de fe ⇒ Compartir tu historia, la de tus antepasados y las de otras personas. Para pre-inscripción o para más información llamen al 760-7584100, ext. 158. Presentado por las congregaciones del Proyecto de Organización del Condado Norte de San Diego.

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Martes: Miércoles: Jueves: Viernes: Sábado: Is 42:1-7; Jn 12:1-11 Is 49:1-6; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38 Is 50:4-9a; Mt 26:14-25 Cena del Señor: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Sal 116 (115); 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15 Is 52:13 — 53:12; Sal 31 (30); Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 — 19:42 a) Gn 1:1 — 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; c) Ex 14:15 — 15:1; d) Is 54:5-14; e) Is 55:1-11; f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 — 4:4; g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Mt 28:1-10 Hch 10:34a, 37-43; Sal 118(117); Col 3:1-4 o 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 o Mt 28:1-10 o Lc 24:13-35 (en misas de la tarde o de la noche.)

Domingo:

¡HOSANNA!
“¡Viva el Hijo de David! ¡Bendito el que viene en el nombre del Señor! ¡Hosanna en el cielo!” (Mateo 21:9). Con estas palabras la Iglesia entra en la semana más santa cuando conmemora la Pasión, Muerte y Resurrección de Cristo. Cuando el pueblo de Jerusalén gritó sus “hosannas”, estaba usando un antiguo grito de aclamación hebreo que significa “sálvanos ahora”. El rey a quien se lo gritaban los salvaría, pero de una manera que sobrepasó sus expectativas. La salvación vendría del madero de la cruz del cual colgaba Jesús para traer liberación del pecado y vida por medio de la muerte, abriendo las puertas del cielo para todos los que ponen su fe y confianza en él.
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Coro estilo “Gospel”
Si tu eres joven y estas más dentro del estilo de música litúrgica contemporánea y Afroamericana, ¡¡nosotros tenemos buenas noticias para ti!! Los jóvenes de Confirmación estarán cantando el día de su Confirmación. Pero de ese grupo, nosotros queremos establecer un coro contemporáneo de puros jóvenes. Si tu tocas guitarra, bajo, piano o cualquier otro instrumento y estas más inclinado en la música contemporánea o “Gospel”, ¡entonces considera unirte! Para más información y/o detalles, comuníquense con Lupe al 760-547-0709 o a worship@sanluisreyparish.org

Dios lo exaltó [a Cristo] sobre todas las cosas y le otorgó el nombre que está sobre todo nombre.
— Filipenses 2:9

¡MARQUEN SUS CALENDARIOS! Acompáñanos el viernes, 6 de mayo para celebrar el Día de las Madres en Oración y Alabanza. El invitado especial es el Padre Guadalupe Santos, de Jalisco.
Más detalles en las próximas semanas. Este evento es organizado por el Comité Hispano.

17 de abril del 2011 — Domingo de Ramos de la Pasión del Señor

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(760) 757-3250 / Fax. (760) 757-3299
E-mail: mslrp@sanluisreyparish.org

Office Hours/Horario de Oficina: Tues./Sat.: 8 -4 pm
4070 Mission Ave., Oceanside CA 92057 Website: www.sanluisreyparish.org

PARISH STAFF INFORMATION
PARISH SECRETARY/SECRETARIA
Shirley Gonzalez (760) 547-0706/ mslrp@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

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

FRIARS IN RESIDENCE
Old Mission - (760) 757-3651 Fr. Laurence Dolan, OFM - Old Mission Guardian Fr. David Gaa, OFM - Old Mission Executive Director Fr. Andrés Rivero, OFM

LITURGICAL COORD./COORDINADOR LITURGICO
Fr. Adrian Peelo, OFM (760) 757-3250 x123 / fradrian@sanluisreyparish.org

HISTORIC OLD MISSION/MISION ANTIGUA
(760) 757-3651 / www.sanluisrey.org Ed Gabarra - Mission Administrator x114 Terry Hawthorne - Cemetery x133 Retreat Center - (760) 757-3659

DIRECTOR OF WORSHIP/DIRECTOR DE ALABANZA
Guadalupe “Lupe” Rios (760) 547-0709/ worship@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

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

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

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

PARISH SCHOOL/ESCUELA PARROQUIAL
Pre-K - 8th / (760) 757-3232 / www.omms.org Wanda King - Principal [Off. Hrs.: 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.]

Sunday Masses/Misas:
Old Mission: Serra Center:
 

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

DIGITAL MEDIA/MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION
Karen Willson (760) 547-0701/ stewards@sanluisreyparish.org
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY ANOINTING OF THE SICK/EMERGENCIAS

Sacrament of Reconciliation/Reconciliación
During Lent, there will be NO Saturday individual reconciliation until May 7. Durante Cuaresma, NO HABRA Reconciliación los sábados hasta el 7 de mayo.
 

(760) 583-3393

Adoration/Adoración (1st Friday/1er Viernes)
Parish Chapel: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.