Latest Bulletin - St. Gregory the Great

Reverend Nicholas P. Clavin, Pastor
Sunday Celebrants:
Rev. Edward Gallagher, Rev. John Gubbins
Deacon L. Ferris Bell, Deacon Ron Diem
Parish Staff
11451 Blue Cypress Drive, San Diego, CA 92131
Phone: 858 653-3540 Fax: 858 653-3550
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stgg.org
Deacon Ron Diem:
School Principal: Maeve O’Connell
Catechetical Ministry:
Ginger Marlin, Judy Roitz
Director of Youth Ministry: Pamela Poe
Director of Liturgical Music:
Stewardship: Nichol Swift
Wedding Coordinator: Tina Diem
Maintenance:
Reception/Admin. Assistant:
Secretary/Bookkeeper:
858 653-3582
858 397-1290
858 653-3594
858 653-3591
858 653-3583
858 653-3546
858 653-3584
José Barrera
Enés Andrews
Stéphanie Lower
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Closed Noon — 1 P.M. for lunch
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5:00 P.M.
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00,11:00 A.M. & 5:00 P.M.—Youth led
9:00 A.M. Sunday Mass is signed for the deaf
Daily Mass: 8:00 A.M.
First Fridays: 12 P.M. with Anointing of the Sick
Confessions: Every Saturday at 4-4:30 P.M. or by appointment
Mission Statement
The Community of Saint Gregory the Great celebrates
God’s love in Christ as a family of stewards centered in the
Eucharist, the Word and Christ’s presence in one another.
We live to glorify God and proclaim God’s presence in this
world. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we are God’s light,
love and hands extended.
St. Gregory the Great Catholic School
15315 Stonebridge Parkway, San Diego, CA 92131
www.stggcs.org or 858 397-1290
Fax: 858 397-1294; email: [email protected]
SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
MARCH 1, 2015
Principal: Maeve O’Connell
Faculty /Staff 2014-2015
School Secretary
Kindergarten
First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade Homeroom
Seventh Grade Homeroom
Eighth Grade Homeroom
Reading Resource/ PE
Science
Instructional Aides
Spanish
Extended Daycare Director
March 3 St. Katharine Drexel
March 4 St. Casimir
March 6 World Day of Prayer
Custodian
Barbara Kuzara
Adrienne Newman
Michelle Jimenez
Jennifer Miller
Jessica Carter
Maureen Lundquist
Camille Girard
Amy Lid
Liz Clark
Laetitia Czerniak
Michael Swan
Kira Howe
Kathy Maisano (K)
Pam McCallum (Gr. 1)
Kate Brouillard (Gr. 2)
Julie Snyder (Gr. 3)
Mary Perez (Gr. 4)
Becky Walton (Office Aide)
Ethel Shapiro & Miriam Snyder
Maryann Hendren
Debbie Howard: Daycare Assistant
Humberto Meza
Second Sunday of Lent
March 1, 2015
This is My Beloved Son, listen to Him.
2015 A NNUAL C ATHOLIC A PPEAL
C ALLED TO BE M ERCIFUL
We wish to express
sincere gratitude to all
those who have already
made their pledge to the
2015 Annual Appeal. We
thank you for
participating in the
merciful outreach
towards the least among
us in the Diocese.
“There is no limit
to the Divine
Mercy which is
offered to everyone.”
~~ Pope Francis
This past week 26
families pledged $8,230
bringing our total to
$64,330. We are
obligated to raise
$33,670 more to reach our fair-share
assessment of $98,000. Thus far, 198 families
have participated in the Called to Be Merciful
appeal. If you have not already done so, please
prayerfully consider what your pledge will be and
turn in your response card to the Parish Office,
or place it in the collection basket on Sunday.
Any monies collected over $98,000 will be
returned to the Parish to purchase tables and
chairs for the expanded Hall.
Our contribution to the ACA collection provides
tangible evidence of our solidarity and unity as
One Local Church called to Mercy.
Fridays in Lent: Masses will be @ 8 A.M. & 12P.M.
First Friday, March 6, the Mass at Noon
will be an anointing Mass.
Mt 17:5
The Way of the Cross
. . . And carrying the cross by Himself, He went out to what is called the
Place of the Skull . . . (John 19:17)
It was a hot day outside
— even hotter inside the
rackety old bus, stuffed with
people heading home for
Holy Week. We made a stop on the side of the highway to pick up a
few more passengers — and more dust — which swirled around the
inside of the bus until it found sweaty brows upon which to settle.
I was pressed against the window, my backpack at my feet,
sharing the two-passenger seat with a mother and son. We were
intimately stuck together by sweat. All I wanted was for the bus to get
rolling so that I could breathe again.
I glanced outside the window and noticed a woman walking
alongside the highway, balancing a large load of firewood on her
shoulders and head. She was bent over, her face staring down at the
hot pavement, waling to a place that seemed very far away.
For a split second the woman glanced toward the bus, just as it
jerked forward and began to move again. Ah! Air to breathe. I went
back to reflecting on the week’s gospel texts and liturgical
celebrations . . . imagining the faces of the people with whom I would
have the privilege of sharing another Holy Week in the mountain
villages of Honduras.
Suddenly I sat up in my seat, and turned to look out the window.
Where did she go? Where is the woman with the firewood?
It was as though I had just glimpsed the entire passion, death, and
resurrection of Jesus for the first time — embodied in the woman on
the side of the road. Yes, of course! Jesus! The wood of the cross on
her shoulders, the sweat dripping down her face like blood, walking —
faithfully — to a place very far away. I could see her face — His Face.
Like every mother in rural Honduras, she was collecting firewood
for cooking, to make the corn tortillas for her family to eat. For her
every supper is a last supper: Who knows if there will be wood and
corn tomorrow? ‘Take and eat. This is My Body — broken for you.
This is My Blood — poured out in love. I have come that you might
have life — life in abundance.’
There is only one Via Crucis, and Jesus walks it with us. Like a
mother, He feeds us with His Death, His Resurrection, His Bread, His
Love. ‘Do not be afraid; I am with you always.’
~ Brian Pierce, OP, Peru, No. 134, as quoted in Just One Year,
Edited by Timothy Radcliffe, Pg. 142-3.
Stations of the Cross
Please join us the Fridays of Lent for
this venerable devotion at 11A.M. &
7 P.M. Everyone is invited to participate
as we pray and remember Jesus’
suffering, and associate His suffering
with our lives today.
To report suspected sexual misconduct or child abuse
within our institutions and ministries, please contact the
Child and Youth Protection Office, Victims Assistance
Coordinator, Monsignor Steven Callahan at 858 490-8310.
FAITH FORMATION
858 653-3594 ~ ff[email protected]
FAITH FORMATION 2014-15 REGISTRATION
2014-2015 Faith Formation Registration Forms are now
available in the Parish Office for those students in grades
Kindergarten through 8, who wish to be part of the parish
religious education program for children.
CLASS SCHEDULE
Grades K-4
Thursday 4pm: Mar. 5, 19, Apr. 9, 16, 23, 30
Saturday 4:15pm: Mar. 7, 21, April 11, 18, 25
Sun. 7am, 8:15am, 10:15am, 4:15pm:
Mar. 8, 22, April 12, 19
>> No 4:15 on Feb. 22 <<
Grades 5 & 6:
Thurs. 6pm: Mar. 26, April 9, 23
Grades 7 & 8:
Thurs. 6pm: Mar. 5, 19, April 16
To contact FF during Thursday and weekend classes,
please call 858 653-3588. DO NOT LEAVE A
MESSAGE at that number. Thank you!
Office for Social Ministry
This Lent, the Justice for Immigrants Campaign of the U.S.
Conference of Catholic Bishops—USCCB—invites you to
pray, fast, learn, give, and advocate for just and humane
immigration reform in solidarity with immigrants and
refugees. Visit www.justiceforimmigrants.org/lent to
download the 2015 Lenten toolkit and related resources.
The Wall of Wine is back and needs your help!
Please consider making a donation to
this fun Gala tradition.
All bottles can be left in the Parish Office.
A $25 minimum donation is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your generosity!"
St. Gregory the Great
Catholic School
NOW ENROLLING All Grades
K-8
Considering a Catholic education for your
child? Call the School Office to schedule a tour
and meet the principal.
The Potential Student Application may be
submitted electronically: www.stggcs.org,
Admissions tab.
[email protected]
858 397-1290
As we continue along our Lenten Journey, we are called to focus
on prayer (“lifting up”), fasting (“giving up”) and almsgiving (“helping
up”). Christopher J. Hale, senior fellow at Catholics in Alliance for the
Common Good, commented recently: “Describing this phenomenon he
calls the globalization of indifference, Pope Francis writes that
“whenever our interior life becomes caught up in its own interests and
concerns, there is no longer room for others, no place for the poor.
God’s voice is no longer heard, the quiet joy of his love is no longer felt,
and the desire to do good fades. Pope Francis suggests that when
we fast from indifference, we can begin to feast on love.”
So, this Lent, our conversations with children turn to the idea of fasting/
feasting, not from candy or cookies, but shifting the focus to growing
better relationships with others- fast from selfishness, feast on
generosity; fast from discontent, feast on gratitude; fast from
frustration, feast on patience.
Guest Speakers Enhance the Curriculum! Our 2nd Graders had
a wonderful opportunity to experience what a court case involved when
Mr. Wishchuk visited the classroom and presented a mock trial.
Our 3rd Graders had a memorable experience when a Guide Dog
& its trainer came to visit. Boon (the dog) was a spry 18 month old
puppy who was preparing to go to Guide Dog “college” in April, where
he will be taught all the skills necessary for him to successfully guide a
blind person.
At St. Gregory the Great Catholic School, we are proud to offer an
education that is distinctive among educational institutions in our
community. Our students learn in a culture of faith, academics, and
service inspired by a focus on learning and living our Catholic faith;
supporting students to meet high academic standards; and reaching
out in a spirit of service to those in need. We pray for God’s blessing on
our ministry of Catholic education.
St. Gregory Exterior Paint Project
This last summer and fall, the church campus building exteriors and arbors were completely painted, with the exception of the exterior walls involved in the planned renovation of the Hall. The project included prepping all exterior wood
surfaces including arbors, siding, roof eves, beams, doors, and windows. Once the prep was complete, staining and
clear coat was applied. The work was extensive and included wood repairs as necessary. The last time the church
complex was painted was seven years ago. We anticipate this work to last a similar time period.
~ Tim Meisner
On behalf of parishioners and myself as Pastor, I extend sincere gratitude to Tim Meisner who generously shared so
many hours of his expertise to work with the contractor, monitor the quality and progress of the work, and ensure the
Parish received a first-class product. We are in your debt for an entire summer’s work!
~ Fr. Nick
Mass Intentions
Sat.
Sun.
Feb. 28
Mar. 1
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.
Fri.
Mar. 2
Mar. 3
Mar. 4
Mar. 5
Mar. 6
Sat.
Sun.
Mar. 7
Mar. 8
5:00pm
7:30am
9:00am
11:00am
5:00pm
Alfred & Wilfred Thurairajah †
Mass for the People
Annalisa Mangahis SI
Joseph Pascual SI
Camryn Healy SI
8:00am
8:00am
8:00am
8:00am
8:00am
12:00pm
5:00pm
7:30am
9:00am
11:00am
5:00pm
Peter Nguyen †
Nikki Gonzaga †
Lorna Galvan †
Ed Gaffrey †
Maria Kozyra †
Dale Iwig †
???
Mass for the People
Philomena Riggo †
Baby Benzl †
Rose Wojtowicz †
† Deceased
SI Special Intention
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Dn 9:4b-10; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Lk 6:36-38
Is 1:10, 16-20; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23; Mt 23:1-12
Jer 18:18-20; Ps 31:5-6, 14-16; Mt 20:17-28
Jer 17:5-10; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 16:19-31
Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Ps 105:16-21;
Mt 21:33-43, 45-46
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Ps 103:1-4, 9-12; Lk 15:1-3, 11-32
Ex 20:1-17 [1-3, 7-8, 12-17]; Ps 19:8-11; 1 Cor 1:22-25;
Jn 2:13-25
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE NEEDS & INTENTIONS OF:
Carmen Afan, Jackie Shillington Ant, Charles Astudillo, Filemon
Barongan, Emilia Bello, Bob Brennan, Dorothy Bromenshenkel,
Ian Brown, Kaitlin & Sheryl Bunge, Marie Califano, Phyllis Corkill, Brett
Davey, Judi DiMatteo, Margo Donahue, Jessica Ebilane, Jim Eigner,
William Elsner, JoAnn Farmen, Kathleen Garrova, Anne Finnegan,
Norma Gherrity, Jeanette Hendren, Kathleen Hunt, Catherine Joseph,
Joan Koehmstedt, Jack Kriz, Rhonele Laurente, Annabelle Masiddo,
Makayla May, Abigail Allen Mendez, Andy Neidhart, Kevin O’Neill, Mila
Qurini, Joanie, Dave, & Maddie Radcliff, Maribel Remos, Antonio &
Bianca Rocabo, Jr., Lon Rocabo, Joanne Ross, Maria Santiago, Elise
Serrano, Laura Shiwanov, Aurelia Silva, Celeste Silveira, Susan Smith,
Rina Sy, Irene Trisko, Asaf Valdez, Corazon & Hermenigildo Valera,
Gae Walker, Don & Shirley Wolf, Remedios Yuching, Barbara Zepf.
May they find joy in the healing Love of Jesus Christ.
YOUTH MINISTRY
858 653-3591 ~ [email protected]
CONFIRMATION
ConfirmaƟon Date Announced : Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ 2 P.M.
Sponsor and candidate rehearsal April 19th at 6:30 P.M. in the Church
March 1st- Community Life Night for Year 1 and 2
CasƟng Nets: Parents and Sponsors are encouraged to aƩend CASTING
NETS NIGHT in the Parish Hall from 6:30-8 P.M.
Next Classes:
Year 1: March 1, March 8
Year 2: March 1, March 22
Next Community Life Night: March 1st
YOUTH SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
Serving Meals to the Homeless at St. Vincent de Paul
Teens and parents are welcome! Parent volunteers and drivers are
needed.
Dates:
Mar. 22, & 29 Lunch, 10:30 A.M.-1 P.M.
Apr. 11th, Dinner, 4-7 P.M.
For more info. and sign-up:
hƩp://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b094daea928aa8-stvincent
LA YOUTH DAY 2015
Join Saint Greg Youth Group and thousands of youth to aƩend an ALLDAY awesome conference with music, speakers at the Anaheim
ConvenƟon Center! We will take a bus this year with youth groups
from Good Shepherd, San Rafael, St. Michael, St. Stephen and Our Lady
of Mt. Carmel!  Permission slips are due by March 1st. Cost: $60:
Covers Ɵcket and round-trip bus ride Permission slips are on found our
website : hƩp://www.stgg.org/ministries/chrisƟanformaƟon/youthministry/youthforms
TwiƩer @stgregoryyouth, Instagram @stggcoreteam
For more info contact Pamela Poe, Coordinator of Youth Ministry.
858.653.3591 [email protected]
Calling all Core Team and ConfirmaƟon Teachers!
You are invited to aƩend the CASTING NETS LEADERSHIP FORUM
Saturday, March 1, 9 A.M.—Noon in the Parish Hall
Core Team
Save the Date!  Core Team Lock-In May 8-9, 2015 Parish Hall.
St. Gregory the Great Ministry of Mothers
The Ministry of Mothers is pleased to welcome
Trent Horn, Catholic apologist and speaker, to
their March 5 meeting, 9:30 A.M. in the Parish Hall. He will be
speaking on a topic he has authored, “Answering Atheism:
How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity”.
Please join us!
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR PRIESTS:
Rev. Nick Clavin, Rev. Ed Gallagher, Rev. John Gubbins
Feb. 28:
Mar. 1:
Mar. 2:
Mar. 3:
Mar. 4:
Mar. 5:
Mar. 6:
Mar. 7:
Mar. 8:
Rev. John Quinn
Pope Francis
Bishop Robert Brom
Bishop Gilbert Chavez
Rev. James Rafferty
Rev. Fernando Ramirez
Rev. Andres Ramos
Rev. Bernardo Ranoa
Rev. Bernard Rapp
The SGG Women’s Book Club
The Book Club will meet on Monday, Mar. 2,
at 7 P.M. in the Trinity Room, and on
Thursday, Mar. 12, at 10:30 A.M. in the Hall.
We will be reading The Art Forger by B. A.
Shapiro. Next month we will be reading The Lost Wife by
Alyson Richman. For more information, please call Kate
Schemensky at 858 748-5227.
MUSIC MINISTRY
858 653-3583 ~ [email protected]
For information about the children’s
or adult choirs, please call or email
the Music Office 858 653-3583.
ATTENTION ALL MINISTRIES!
ALL REQUESTS FOR PARISH
FACILITIES USE ARE DUE BY
* * * APRIL 1 * * *
Please use your February and March meetings to plan
your events for the next fiscal year. If your request is not
in, you will not be on the parish calendar. Request forms
can be found on our website: stgg.org, calendars,
create-a-meeting request form, and make a selection
there; they can be completed online. Please call the
Parish Office to ensure that we have received your
request.
NEW PARISHIONER ORIENTATION ON MARCH 8,
12:15 P.M., in the Parish Hall
This is a wonderful opportunity for new parishioners to
learn what St. Gregory the Great Parish has to offer, and
for us to reach out and share our gifts with you. Please
feel free to join us in the Parish Hall, or call Tom and
Marcia Hommel at 858 693-8015 for more information.
Daylight Savings Time
Begins again next weekend.
Don’t forget to set your
clocks ahead one hour!
PARISH MINISTRIES & GROUPS
50+ Club
Adopt-A-Family
Adoration
Altar Linens
Altar Servers
Baptism Seminars
Bible Study
Blood Drive
Book Club
Boy Scouts #616
Boy Scouts #664
Build-A-Miracle
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Children’s Choir
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Confirmation Preparation-Adult
Confirmation Preparation-Youth
Cooking Group
Cub Scouts #614
Cursillo
Daily Mass Ministry
Kathy Cazin
Deborah Sampson
David Rowe
DJ Sowers
Joanne & Bill Bernard
Paula Baker
Joni Deiters
Nancy Shute
Alan Muir
Kate Schemensky
Paul Honeycutt
Bill Boggs
Chris & Julianne North
Frank Deniston
Ginger Marlin
Deacon Ron Diem
Pamela Diaz
Margaret Byrne
Gerard Schnee
Frank & Paulette Deniston
Lolita Magpantay
Maria Quitugua
Divine Mercy Cenacle
Helen Kremp
Donuts & Coffee
Eddie Arebalo
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist Greg Tom
Faith Formation-Adult
Deacon Ron Diem
Faith Formation–Children
Ginger Marlin
Faith Formation-Middle School
Ginger Marlin
Family Cancer Support
Kent Peters
Filipino-American
Hermie Moscoso
Film Fans
Marie McGowan
Gala
Lynn Bautista
Gardening Ministry
Mike Yang
Greeters / Ushers
Don Wolf
Helping Hands
Margaret Byrne
Immaculate Heart Radio
Kathy Cazin
Kitchen Coordinator
Pat Rasmussen
Knights of Columbus
Dave Sigafoos
Lectors
Terry Poletto
Lighthouse Media
Joan Pernicano
Liturgical Environment:
Judy Cottel
Marriage Encounter
Ron & Patti Marcoux
Martha’s Ministry
Bea Iwig
Military Friendship & Support
John & Liz Dente
Ministry of Consolation
Jeannine Sullivan
Ministry of Mothers
Rebecca Podmenik
858-653-3540
858-229-0345
858-549-2215
858-414-5551
858-549-0979
858-653-3540
858-586-1488
858-537-0856
858-695-1633
858-748-5227
619-692-1112
858-530-9061
858-547-0845
858-831-0900
858-653-3583
858-653-3594
858-653-3582
858-653-3591
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858-271-6065
858-831-0900
858-689-1053
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858-240-6101
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858-735-6889
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858-538-6728
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619-607-0875
858-578-6341
858-549-3375
858-653-3540
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619-852-3085
858-536-8737
858-271-6727
858-578-1082
858-566-5041
858-271-5157
858-831-1505
858-689-1285
619-300-0724
Ministry to the Homebound
Mothers Prayer Group
Music Ministry
New Parishioner Orientations
Our Lady of Fatima Devotion
Parent Teacher Stewardship Guild
Parish Tours
Prayer Wheel
Paulette Deniston
Susan LaCosta
Tom & Marcia Hommel
Carolyn Standifer
Maeve O’Connell
Deacon Ron Diem
Elizabeth Ostadan
Barbara & Paul Zepf
Prayers & Squares
Margaret Lynn
Pat Kikendall
RCIA
Deacon Ron Diem
Respect Life / Social Justice
Joan Pernicano
Maria Manyari
Returning Catholics
Deacon Ron Diem
Rosary Cenacle
Mary Ann Dunlop
Rosary Makers
Caroline Dixon
Rosary Makers—Outreach Mission Lucie Hoge
School Board
Maeve O’Connell
Services for the Deaf
Gigi Howland
Sister Parish Outreach
Steve Locke
Sister Parish Outreach
Carolyn Prosi
Sister Parish Outreach - Food Drive Eddie Arebalo
Spirit Wear
Bob & Shawn Heim
St. Vincent / Meals for Homeless
Margie Mills
Sunday Childcare Co-op
Claudia Saipe
Jennifer Parker
Vacation Bible School
Ginger Marlin
Wedding Ministry
Tina Diem
Widows Friendship Group
Kristine Campiglia
Joan Koehmstedt
Women’s Friendship Circle
Judy Roitz
Youth Ministry
Pamela Poe
Youth Ministry Parent Advisors
Pamela Poe
619-857-5443
619-977-1037
858-653-3583
858-693-8015
858-536-1113
858-397-1290
858-653-3582
858-566-6455
858-271-5261
858-530-2560
858-312-6741
858-653-3582
858-271-6727
858-549-2812
858-653-3582
858-880-2265
858-586-7773
619-328-8314
858-397-1290
858-342-7656
858-566-0924
858-566-0924
858-547-4879
858-484-8669
858-271-7410
619-952-1281
858-442-5584
858-653-3594
858-653-3584
619-933-4077
858-547-4692
858-653-3594
858-653-3591
858-653-3591
Pastoral Stewardship Council (PSC)
Chief Steward
Michael Kielty
Chief Steward of Financial Council Gene Fantano
Chief Steward of Parish Development Maria Sittmann
Communications
Rob Thornhill
Stewards of Catholic School
Maeve O’Connell
Stewards of Christian Formation
Ken Marra
Stewards of Groups/Organizations Carolyn Burns
Stewards of Liturgy
Cheryl Magner
Stewards of Parish Life
Bob Heim
Stewards of Parish Outreach
Mike Harris
Stewards of Parish-wide Involvement
Bill Carpenter
Webmaster
Jenny Quimpo
858-271-1004
858-549-0966
619-846-4706
858-679-0407
858-397-1290
858-442-3871
858-578-7051
858-271-7250
858-484-8669
858-513-1153
858-484-3201
858-695-6860
Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament
* *Thursday & Friday, March 12 & 13 * *
Jesus awaits your visit!
Sign-ups Mar. 7 & 8 after
all the Masses, or
Contact Dave Rowe @
858 549-2215
or:
[email protected]
Prayer before the Blessed Sacrament
extends and enhances the spirit of prayer
we experience together in the Mass.
It deepens our union with Jesus, Who in
turn blesses us with His peace in our
lives, our families, and our world.
Parish Cookbooks
St. Patrick’s Day add a new vegetable to your ‘green’ meal. Joanne
Kroll Recipe
MAKE AN IMPACT. GET INVOLVED.
Will you do a spiritual work of mercy
this Lent? One possibility might be
to participate in 40 Days for Life to
offer those babies who will die, the
only human love they may encounter
in their short lives. No one wants to
face death alone.
February 18 to March 29, 2015
A Peaceful prayer group: Help change
hearts and minds and save lives!
Every Saturday from February 18 to March 29, 2015
Between the hours of 7:30 A.M. & 11 A.M.
Where: 7340 Miramar Rd. SD 92126 - by the Pyramid
sidewalk.
We will carpool Sat., Mar. 7. Meet 9 A.M.
Church front - Family friendly
Any questions, contact Joan at 858 271-6727
https://40daysforlife.com/
Spinach Raviole
2 pkgs frozen chopped spinach; 1 T lemon juice; 1 pt cottage cheese; 2
eggs; 10-15 soup crackers, crumbled; ¾ lb cheddar cheese.
• Cook spinach as directed, drain well. Mix cottage cheese, crackers,
lemon juice and eggs in a bowl. Shred cheddar coarsely and reserve
½ cup, mix in with cottage cheese, stir in spinach. Pour into buttered
baking dish. Top with reserved cheddar and bake one hour at 350*
Cookbooks available in Parish Office $15 each or 2 for $25.
THE DIVINE MERCY CENACLE
will next meet Wednesday, March 4,
9-11 A.M., in the Parish Hall.
For info please contact,
Helen Kremp at 858 240-6101.
Bulletin Deadlines
Ads for the bulletin of March 15 are due in the
Office on Friday, March 6.
Our parishioners and visitors made a joyful return to the
Lord in gratitude for the gifts they have received from
God, in the following way.
Collection for Feb. 7—8
Children’s collection:
Credit Card Feb. 2-8:
Total
Approximate amount needed weekly:
TOTAL:
Collection for Feb. 14-15
Children’s collection:
Credit Card Feb. 9-15:
Total
Approximate amount needed weekly:
TOTAL:
$24,830.16
$67.91
$9,217.00
$34,115.07
$30,000.00
$4,115.07
$22,287.96
$12.00
$9,280.67
$31,580.63
$30,000.00
$1,580.63
Free Estimates
STEVEN SCHMITT
619-977-2084
When donating your used car,
you give us the resources we
need to provide Job Training,
Child Care, Addiction
Treatment, Medical Care and so
much more to our neighbors
experiencing homelessness.
You Can Help! God Bless!
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(858)
Electrical
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Carpentry
Hauling
748-6437
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HANDYMAN
• Service • Maintenance
• Installations
• All Makes & Models
Restaurant • Catering
Larry and Joan Pernicano
(Parishioner)
9988 Scripps Ranch Blvd.
License #724141
(858) 271-5250
www.pernicanos.com
15% Off w/Ad
Cont. Lic. #770827
In the plumbing business for 39 years.
Owned and operated here in the community.
• Water Heaters
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• Faucets • Garbage Disposals
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Good Quality work at Reasonable Prices
Call 1-888-FATHER JOE
39 YEARS
858-578-7808
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Serving San Diego’s finest
companies and employees
since 1998
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Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
(858) 558-1400
www.staffworks-us.com
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
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Weddings and
Events by KDV
&
Katherine Vergara Event Planner
858-215-3105Serving San Diego County
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[email protected]
Filippis Pizza Grotto
ITALIAN RESTAURANT
PRIME RIB AND COCKTAILS
9969 Mira Mesa Blvd.
“Look for this man for Quality”
586-0888
Mira Mesa / Scripps Ranch
• Free consultation
• Saturday appointments
• All types of braces available
12112 Scripps Summit Dr., Suite F, Scripps Ranch
• We treat adults and children
(858) 527-0090 www.ScrippsOrtho.com
• Catholic school graduate
Scripps Tax & Financial Group
Jason B. Laccone CFP®, EA, CRPC®
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM
CA Insurance Lic.#-0G18429
9909 Mira Mesa Blvd., STE 230
San Diego, CA 92131
Tel - (858) 271-1488
[email protected] • www.scrippstax.com
000536 St Gregory the Great Church (B)
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We Make Remodeling Easy
Board Certified Orthodontist - Parishioner
Your
Real Estate
Team
Over 8,000 Satisfied Customers
Certified Bath & Kitchen Designers
2500 Sq. Ft Showroom
Five Year Workmanship Warranty
Complete price guarantee,
no surprises!
(858) 413-2305
(We Are Parishioners)
email: [email protected]
858-547-6003
www.denistons.com
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A Center for Health & Human Performance
• Personal Training
• Massage
• Youth Athletic Training
(858) 271-1171
• Pilates
• Yoga
Owners Joe & Patty Christenson
12147 Kirkham Road.
Poway, CA 92064
www.remodelworks.com
Lic. #781576
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Attorney Michael J. Kielty
29 years experience in personal injury
civil litigation / damage claims
St. Augustine HS; UCSD; USD Law School Graduate
Parishioner - Free Consultation (619)
850-2096
PETER J. BAUER, DDS, MS
Brian or Sally, coordinators
860.399.1785
Located in the Scripps Ranch Trader Joe's Center
FREE Exam & Consultation
Invisalign and Traditional Braces for Adults and Children
an Official
Travel Agency
of AOS-USA
Orthodontic Specialist
13035 Pomerado Rd., Ste. D
www.CatholicCruisesAndTours.com Poway
486-1412
Dr. David S. Gilmore
• St. Gregory’s Parishioner
• Board Certified Orthodontist
9870 Hibert Street, Ste. D9 • San Diego, CA 92131
(858) 433-7377 • www.gilmoreortho.com
Largest Bank Headquartered in San Diego
Joe Snyder, VP/Branch Manager
La Jolla Office - 1127 Wall Street
Since 1978
(858) 720-9373 - [email protected]
Retiring soon or becoming eligible for Medicare?
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14K Altar or Dome Cross charms
858.578.6670
Mira Mesa Mall
Ken Pouladin
Licensed Representative
Tues-Sat 10-6 Closed Sun/Mon UnitedHealthcare Medicare Solutions
Bill and Cynthia Collins
Owners/parishioners
Finding a Great Plumber Doesn’t
Have to be a Draining Experience!
(858) 486-4070
www.plumbingplus.net
License # 938964
Owned by Michael & Rachael De Silva
10% OFF TO MILITARY AND SENIORS
Serving Our Community - Investing in Our Future
858-335-1949
Parishioner
[email protected]
Serving:
POWAY
ADULT Poway, MiraMesa,
Scripps Ranch, Rancho Bernardo,
DAY
HEALTH Rancho Penasquitos,
CARE
Carmel Mountain and 4S Ranch
12250 Crosthwaite Circle
Poway, CA 92064
Phone: 858-748-5044
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
GIFT SHOP
In the heart of Little Italy!!
Visit our New
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13907 Poway Rd. Unit A- Poway, CA 92064
(858) 748-0561 M-F 8:00-5:00 Sat 8:00-12:00
Jose Zendejas, President
Towing Available
Service • Quality • Excellence
Tel: 619-234-0162
Mon-Wed 10 AM-3 PM
Thurs & Fri 10 AM-4 PM
Saturday 10 AM-5:30 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM-2 PM
1629 Columbia Street
San Diego, CA 92101
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000536 St Gregory the Great Church (A)
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