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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 Deacon Bill at 619-818-09727.
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-SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER 2, 2018

Pastor’s Corner Laborem Exercens, 3). Our tradition has defended


the right of workers to join together to secure
For your reflection, I would like to share with you decent work, wages, and a voice in economic
a brief passage from a statement of the bishops of life.
the United States regarding the importance of This year is the 51st Anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s
Labor Day. The bishops wrote: Labor Day is a powerful encyclical, Populorum Progressio - On
holiday with an important, but sometimes forgotten the Development of Peoples. He called Catholics
purpose. It was established in New York in 1882 as a to defend the lives and dignity of poor and
day to honor work and workers and also a time to vulnerable workers in our own societies and
celebrate the contributions of the American Labor around the world. Paul VI called us to be in
Movement. For too many, Labor Day has become solidarity with those who seek to “escape from
just another day off or a time to buy school hunger, misery, endemic disease, and ignorance.”
supplies, rather than a day to honor the hard work This message of solidarity and the pursuit of the
of school teachers, janitors, cafeteria workers, and global common good builds on the tradition
others. Unfortunately, it often takes a horrible begun by Pope Leo XIII in Rerum Novarum in 1891
mining disaster or a terrible attack like 9/11 to and extends through the Twentieth Century in a
remind us of the everyday heroism and hard work powerful series of papal encyclicals. It was
of people who still labor under the earth, who go embraced and expanded by the prophetic words
into burning buildings, or who contribute to the and witness of Pope John Paul II, an apostle of
common good by their everyday work and solidarity, who constantly stood with workers and
enterprise. There are exceptions; many cities and the poor. His writings called for a society of “work,
towns have traditional Labor Day parades and a of enterprise, and of participation” (Centesimus
number of Catholic dioceses mark this holiday by Annus, 35) and insisted that unions and other
celebrating the ties between the Church and the worker associations are an “indispensable element
labor movement with a special Mass and prayers of social life.”
for workers. I hope in these brief reflections to recall
the importance of Labor Day and remind us that Fr. Ed
the moral dimensions of work and workers’ rights
are at the center of our Catholic social tradition. As
we gather this Labor Day weekend, we should not MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
forget how our nation’s economy and commerce,
our standard of living, and even our time off are in MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3-Labor Day
many ways the hard won gains of workers
7:00 am—DA Ricardo F. Pestaño, Sr.
organized into unions to bargain for decent wages,
working conditions, and benefits, such as vacation TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
time and health care coverage.
7:00 am—EM Maria Eugenia Cooper
Let us also remember that too many people in
our midst–and millions around the world—still lack WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
decent work or fair wages, toil in terrible conditions,
and have no real voice in their economic life. For
7:00 am—EM Leon Catindig
example, more than 40 million people in our own THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
nation lack genuine health care coverage. Our
economy is strong in many ways, despite the
7:00 am—EM Donor’s Intention
serious and growing problems in the housing and FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
credit markets. However, that strength is not shared
as widely and deeply as our American tradition of
8:15 am—EM Bill & Lucille Bertsch
“liberty and justice for all” and Catholic teaching SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
on solidarity and human dignity would require.
Just as we need to remind ourselves as 8:00 am—EM Thomas Ackerman
Americans that Labor Day is about workers and 5:30 pm—DA People of the Parish
their unions, it is also important to remember as
Catholics that the dignity of work and the rights of
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
workers are central elements of Church teaching 7:30 am—DA Tom Lowe
that continue to challenge all Catholics. For more 9:30 am—EM Joe Brozovic
than a century, the Church has insisted that 5:30 pm—DA Romencio & Bibiana
“human work is a key, probably the essential key, to Gaviola
the whole social question”(Pope John Paul II,
DA—Fr. Daniel Anyanwu, EM—Fr. Ed McNulty
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ST. COLUMBA CATHOLIC CHURCH SAN DIEGO

THANK YOU! IN NEED OF PRAYER:


A big thank you to Jennifer, Chris, Nancy, Shelley Anderson, Bill Koch,
Vince, Jeff, Bob and Sharon who volunteered Aida Mercado, Sharon Morabito,
to serve lunch to over 700 homeless people at Joselito Pestaño, Patrick Skruck
Fr. Joe's on August 21. We will be going again NOTE: Please call or email the rectory to request a name
in a few weeks. be added to the list. The names will be on the list for a
period of 30 days. If you wish the person to be on the list
longer than one month, you will need to call the rectory
FALL FESTIVAL RAFFLE to request that it be added again.

Raffle tickets for the Fall Festival Raffle are


now available. The Grand Prize will be a new POPE TWEETS
Toyota from Toyota of Poway. Pick up some May God’s blessing come down upon all
tickets after Mass today! your families, so that they may be
places of love and forgiveness.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Pope Francis @Pontifex
Mon: 1 Cor 2:1-5/Ps 119:97-102/Lk 4:16-30
Tues: 1 Cor 2:10-16/Ps 145:8-14/Lk 4:31-37
Wed: 1 Cor 3:1-9/Ps 33:12-15,20-21/Lk 4:38-44 LABOR DAY
Thurs: 1 Cor 3:18-23/Ps 24:1-6/Lk 5:1-11
Fri: 1 Cor 4:1-5/Ps 37:3-6,27-28,39-40/Lk 5:33-39 The rectory will be closed on Monday, Sep-
Sat: Mi 5:1-4/Ps 13:6/Mt 1:1-16,18-23 tember 3, for Labor Day. Join us for Mass in
Next Sun: Is 35:4-7/Ps 146:7-10/Jas 2:1-5/Mk 7:31-37 the chapel at 7:00 a.m.

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 begin September 23


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

Tuesday classes begin 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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TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER 2, 2018

YOU ARE INVITED! ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL


3rd to 12th grade students are invited to sing in Brochures and pledge cards packets are
St. Columba Church Children’s Choir. available in the church vestibule.
WHO: 3rd to 12th grade students and your You may also donate online at the
parent(s). No previous experience needed! San Diego Diocese web site:
INFORMATIONAL MEETING: Will be held in the
https://www.sdcatholic.org
church for new parents and new singers on
Saturday, September 8th after the 5:30 p.m. NEW! MOMS’ GROUP
Mass.
Motherhood can be challenging, no matter
WHEN: Rehearsals, Saturdays, 4:30 – 5:15 p.m., the age of your children. Connecting with
followed by Mass, at 5:30 p.m. other Catholic moms can help provide friend-
WHERE: In the church ship, support and a fresh perspective on our
lives.
START: Rehearsals begin on Saturday, 9/8/18 If you are interested in joining a Moms group
at 4:30 p.m. at St. Columba, text Karmyn Garcia at 858-
699-3700 or email KarmynLG@yahoo.com.
Please contact Kathleen
Mawanay, Director, at
stcolumbasings@gmail.com 8/26/18 SUNDAY COLLECTION
for further information. See
Plate Collection: $1,129.60
you and your parents at the
meeting! Envelope Collection: $4,358.00
Online Giving: $1,073.00
Total # of Envelopes: 170
THANK YOU!
During the Missionary Cooperation Plan col- TASTE OF THE MISSION
lection in July, over $5,300 was generously
donated by our parishioners for Fr. Daniel’s You are invited to attend the 19th Annual Taste
Diocese of Owerri in Nigeria. Fr. Daniel says of the Mission – an “over 21” evening of food
thank you very much and God bless you! and adult beverage sampling in the courtyard
of historic Mission San Diego de Alcalá. The
event is Friday, September 14, from 6:30 p.m.-
PARISH APP
9:30 p.m. Over 20 restaurants, wineries and
Got our app? Download it for free breweries will be waiting for you to sample their
at: www.myparishapp.com tasty offerings. Tickets are $45 in advance and
can be purchased on-line at:
https://missionsandiego.churchgiving.com/
tasteofthemission.
AMAZON SMILE Additional information is available at
http://www.missionsandiego.org/events or send
You can easily support our school every time an email to tasteofthemission@gmail.com.
you shop on Amazon. Go to
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ucts are available there as on the regular
Amazon site. Select St. Columba School as
your designated charity. Amazon will donate
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on to www.smile.amazon.com and support
our school while you shop!
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