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GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH
8200 GOLD COAST DRIVE, SAN DIEGO, CA 92126
271-0207 PHONE · (858) 271-0748 FAX
WWW.GOODSHEPHERDPARISH.NET
FR. MICHAEL ROBINSON
PASTOR
FR. PHIEN VAN PHAM AND FR. PATRICK MURPHY
ASSOCIATE PASTORS
FR. RICHARD HUSTON
SENIOR PRIEST
MASS SCHEDULE
DAILY 8:30 AM, 5:30 PM
Third Sunday of Lent
March 8, 2015
I, the LORD, am your God . . . You shall not have other gods besides me. — Exodus 20:2a, 3
First Reading — The law was given
through Moses (Exodus 20:1-17 [1-3,
7-8, 12-17]) or Exodus 17:3-7.
Psalm — Lord, you have the words
of everlasting life (Psalm 19) or Psalm
95.
Second Reading — We proclaim
Christ crucified; the foolishness of
God is greater than human wisdom
(1 Corinthians 1:22-25) or Romans
5:1-2, 5-8.
Gospel — Destroy this temple, and
in three days I will raise it up (John
2:13-25) or John 4:5-42 [5-15, 19b-26,
39a, 40-42].
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from
the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
SATURDAY 8:30 AM,
5:00 PM (SUNDAY VIGIL),
7:00 PM (VIETNAMESE)
SUNDAY 7:00 AM, 8:30,
10:30, 12:15 PM, 5:00,
7:00 (SPANISH)
HOLY DAYS AS ANNOUNCED
CONFESSIONS
SATURDAY 3:00 PM—4:00 PM
LITURGY OF THE HOURS
LAUDS (MORNING PRAYER)
8:00 AM MONDAY-SATURDAY
VESPERS (EVENING PRAYER)
5:00 PM MONDAY-FRIDAY
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Mass Intentions for the Week
Directory
PARISH OFFICE
(858) 271-0207
Patty O’Dell
Receptionist ext. 1201
Fr. Michael
Pastor ext. 1202
Fr. Patrick
Associate ext. 1203
Fr. Richard
Senior Priest ext. 1204
Fr. Phien
Associate ext. 1209
Bob
Business Manager
ext. 1205
Alma
Bookkeeper ext. 1206
Jed
Music & Liturgy
ext. 1210
Blanquita
Bereavement
ext. 1211
Pat
Youth Ministry
ext. 1212
Kathy Keller
Wedd. Coord ext. 1260
Jessica
Elem. & Jr. High F.F. ext. 1230
Glenn
D. C. M.
ext. 1232
Sister Norma Hisp. Min. Coord. ext. 1253
FAITH FORMATION CENTER
(RELIGIOUS EDUCATION)
(858) 271-8769
YOUTH MINISTRY
(858) 271-4128
GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOL
(858) 693-1522
Sacraments
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Come to the Parish Office to fill out a Baptismal form and
get class information.
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Nine months preparation required in the Diocese of San
Diego. Call the Parish Office to pick up a Wedding Info
Packet before making an appointment with a priest.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (Confessions)
Saturday - 3:00 to 4:00 PM in the Blessed Sacrament
Chapel or call the Parish Office for an appointment
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK
Call the Parish Office to make arrangements for anointing,
or to arrange for a home visit or communion.
FIRST COMMUNION and CONFIRMATION
Call the Faith Formation Office at 858-271-8769.
SUNDAY / MARCH 8
7:00 Benny Labuton†
8:30 Norma C. Elazegui†
10:30 Bella & Peregrino Norombaba†
12:15 Virgie Montes†
5:00 Raquel Calleja†
7:00 Eleuteria Espinoza†
MONDAY / MARCH 9
8:30 Rufino & Victoria Savellano†
5:30 Paul & Mary Repaci†
TUESDAY / MARCH 10
8:30 Manuel T. Cruz†
5:30 Felimon Barongan†
WEDNESDAY / MARCH 11
8:30 Barnabas Duong Cong Quang†
5:30 Cecilia Oljol†
THURSDAY / MARCH 12
8:30 Merlita Napalan†
5:30 Mariquita Jimenez†
FRIDAY/ MARCH 13
8:30 Ignatins Cu Nguyen†
5:30 Leonilo Barican Leonardo†
SATURDAY / MARCH 14
8:30 Juan E. Ventura†
5:30 Damaso I. Sayarot†
7:00 Rev. Joseph Viet Hoang†
Special Intention Masses for the Week
Marie Elizabeth Ray, Monnette Redilla, Jacinto &
Eduarda Asiong, Alexander Anthony Nguyen,
Dang, Vincente Pham, Augusta Corbera, Clarence
De Peralta, Felipe Sayaman, Dalmacio & Felicidad
Paredes, Gerardin S. Romero, Pio Guinto, Jesus H.
Rabanzo, Maxima de los Reyes, Sally Huff, Myrna
Seducon, Ruby Al. Locsin, Pat Palmer, Dolor Yatco.
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From The Pastor’s Desk
Our bodies are temples, sanctified for prayer, dwelling places of the Holy Spirit and the place where we are to offer spiritual worship in Spirit and truth. “God is Spirit, and those who worship him must worship in Spirit and truth.” (Jn 4,24)
In our interior being we are meant to have a holy place, a sanctuary, where God dwells and where we withdraw to spend
time with the Lord in prayer. St. Paul reminds us that our bodies are temples: “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your own? For you have been purchased
at a price. Therefore glorify God in your body.” (1Cor 6,19f) He also urges us to be a living liturgy that is constantly being
offered to God: “I urge you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and
pleasing to God, your spiritual worship. Do not conform yourself to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your
mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect.” (Rom 12,1f) The unique gift
of our interior castle (as St. Teresa of Jesus would name it) provides us with a beautiful place to find our rest in God. The
psalmist speaks to us of our desire to remain always in this place of communion with our Lord: “One thing I ask of the
Lord; this I seek: to dwell in the Lord’s house all the days of my life, to gaze on the Lord’s beauty, to visit his temple. For
God will hide me in his shelter in time of trouble, will conceal me in the cover of his tent; and set me high upon a rock…I
will offer in his tent sacrifices with shouts of joy; I will sing and chant praise to the Lord.” (Ps 27,4-6) This dwelling place,
this temple, this shelter of peace, this interior castle is as close as our own hearts when we seek the Lord in prayer. Our
interior temple should be a house of continuous prayer.
What is your experience when you enter into your interior sanctuary to seek the Father, Abba, in prayer? I know that
too often in my own interior Dwelling Place there is a whole marketplace of activity going on constantly. I enter into this
sanctuary space hoping for some peaceful time of prayer and communion with the Father but too often I am met with distractions and a thousand different projects that vie for my attention. There is so much noise that I can’t begin to hear the
voice of God speaking to me in his small whisper. Even worldly allurements try to capture my attention. The distractions
in prayer can become quite frustrating. As I enter into the interior temple of my heart I also notice at times that my mindset is one of commerce. I need something from the Father and so I set about negotiating with him over my desires. I often
haggle over the price of something because I fear that it is too costly for me and that I cannot pay the price that God is asking. I am frustrated to find that my interior temple, the Father’s house, my place of prayer, has become a marketplace. My
temple needs a cleansing! “Take these out of here, and stop making my Father’s house a marketplace.” (Jn 2,16)
Lent is a time for spring cleaning in the interior temple of our Dwelling Place. We need to drive out the beasts and the
vendors of God’s grace and reclaim our house of prayer. St. John Chrysostom writes about prayer: “Prayer is the light of
the spirit, true knowledge of God, mediating between God and man. The spirit, raised up to heaven by prayer, clings to
God with the utmost tenderness; like a child crying tearfully for its mother, it craves the milk that God provides. It seeks
the satisfaction of its own desires, and receives gifts outweighing the whole of nature. Prayer stands before God as an honored ambassador. It gives joy to the spirit, peace to the heart. I speak of prayer, not words. It is the longing for God, love
too deep for words, a gift not given by man but by God’s grace…Practice prayer from the beginning. Paint your house with
the colors of modesty and humility. Make it radiant with the light of justice. Decorate it with the finest gold leaf of good
deeds. Adorn it with the walls and stones of faith and generosity. Crown it with the pinnacle of prayer. In this way you
will make it a perfect dwelling place for the Lord. You will be able to receive him as in a splendid palace, and through his
grace you will already possess him, his image enthroned in the temple of your spirit.”
Do a little “home improvement” for our Lord in the sanctuary of your heart this Lent. Get rid of whatever is causing
that stench and throw open the windows of your heart to the fresh breath of the Spirit. See a spiritual director if you need
some professional advice on interior decorating. Toss out the squatters that you have tolerated for too long. Make your
heart a suitable Dwelling Place for the Father.
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Pray for the Sick
Please remember in your prayers those who are sick in our community: Miguel Aldrete, Adriana Diaz, Familia Mahecha,
Familia Montoya, Familia Perez, Familia Rivas, Familia Paez, Donald Brewer, Joe Black, Jorge Isaac Ortuno, Mellie De Peralta, Fr.
Victor Maristela, Mary Wagner, Martha Rosas, Dawn Eicher, Angelo Melevo, Vanessa Anclova, Maria Luisa Muro, Carmen Garcia,
Silvia Medina, Daniel Housley, Sandra Ligsay, Clarisse Fatilua, Cathy Cruz Freed, Ignacio Cruz, Francisco Ojeda, Aurea Venancio,
Kevin Sexton, Gricelda Palma, Jane Ann Marshall, Peregrino Gueco, Bee Abuet, Paula Roth, Purificacion Besa, Marilyn Gallardo,
Mary Ann Edrington, Dan Vu, Ana Lazo, Virgilio Oscar Visque, Josephine Dimaquibo, Sharyl Cass, Donnie Owens, May Gregorio,
Dominic Sevilla, Eufemia Jimenez, Michael & Barbara Finneran, Eduardo Autus, Reynaldo Reyes, Lagrimas Reyes, Mary Kantala,
Don Christopher P. Lee, Familia Argueta, Familia Hernandez, Familia Romero, Floralma Villar, Leonarda Gueco, Kieu Lam, Toni
Ortiz, Toni Colombo, Raymond Serrano, Angelita & Emmanuel Tamayo, Mary Jane Kemp, Concepcion Pena, Antonio Tovar, Ken Mc
Atee, Gloria Navarro, Mildred Cordero, Virginia Parra, Olga Luque, Sally Lazaro, Jorge Palacios, J. Alberto Ortega, Eduardo Ortega,
Max Sajol, Augustin Herrera Park, Salome Guerrero, Gloria Ganzon, Dolores Edmunds, Leodegario Ortuño, Aurelia Baltazar, Tony
Summer, Zoila Docena, Irma Ramirez, Andrew Le, George Barton, Ted Hickban, Miriam Pinilla, Edward Duenas Sablan, Gladys Bonilla, Alicia Klimek, Anastacia Artap, Rosa Ramirez, Luzviminda McClaren, Minh Trulong, Catherine Daly, Peter, Jen & Payton
Brown, Neal & Laura Collins, Honorato & Florita Bangangadana, Imelda Magdalena Alonso, Michael Angelo Russo, Alexander Lancaster, Carmen Balderas, Adrian Santiago, Andrea Hellu, Patricia Almaguer, Ilene Glimore, Gene Hahn, Aida Cecilia Fulgar, Mark
Sullivan, David Velasquez, Silvia Garza, Beatriz Dizon, Nancy Palacios, Grace Arigo, Ramon Garcia, David Keller, Larry Ruder,
Beatriz Ortiz, Emiliano Mendez, Oscar Binuya, Tricia Mariscal, Catherine Daly, Teresita Vallejo, Lucia Raymundo, Bertha Ortiz,
Jesus & Miriam Villalobos, Juana Michel, Familia Lugo, Fr. Lou Salca, Rolalnd Legaspi, Dolores Joyce, Genoveva Limos, Luz Vilar,
Marina Salazar, Larry Ramirez, Elena Calderon.
We are happy to list parishioner’s names who request our prayers in the bulletin. However, we have trouble in keeping the list up-to-date. Many people
forget to let us know when to take a name off the list and, as a result, our list becomes HUGE and outdated. We will list names for prayer request for
one month. After the last Sunday of the month the name on the list will be taken off and a new prayer request list will be published the first Sunday of
the month. If someone wishes to have a name remembered again, please call Alma at (858) 271-0207 ext. 1206 or email:
[email protected]
REFLECTING ON GOD’S WORD
All of us wish we could be holy, we say, if only Jesus would come and do to the temple of our faith what he
did to the temple of Israel’s faith: cast out what doesn’t belong, because we don’t seem to be able to do it for
ourselves, at least not with much effectiveness. We try to pray and find ourselves daydreaming about what to
make for supper, about the latest family argument, about the meeting we’re going to attend, about where
we’re going to spend our money.
We try to simplify, but we also like our lives the way they are. We like the cut of style, the thick of our lawn,
the escape of vacation, the high from shopping or chocolate or daytime soaps or whatever catches our fancy.
We wish we would love better, care better, have more compassion or patience, be more generous, but original sin always gets in the way—only we don’t call it original sin. We say we don’t have willpower or the energy.
So what are we to do? John’s Gospel promises that God will come and drive such stuff from our lives. In
fact, the promise is that God will do it whether we wish God to or not, which is probably a good move on
God’s part simply because most of us are a bit fearful of what God may clear away. —Rev. Joseph J. Juknialis
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
2 Kgs 5:1-15b; Ps 42:2, 3; 43:3, 4; Lk 4:24-30
Dn 3:25, 34-43; Ps 25:4-5ab, 6-7bc, 8-9;
Mt. 18:21-35
Wednesday: Dt 4:1, 5-9; Ps 147:12-13, 15-16, 19-20;
Mt 5:17-19
Thursday: Jer 7:23-28; Ps 95:1-2, 6-9; Lk 11:14-23
Friday:
Hos 14:2-10; Ps 81:6c-11ab, 14, 17;
Mk 12:28-34
Saturday: Hos 6:1-6; Ps 51:3-4, 18-21ab; Lk 18:9-14
Sunday:
2 Chr 36:14-16, 19-23; Ps 137:1-6;
Eph 2:4-10; Jn 3:14-21
Alternate readings (Year A):
1 Sm 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a; Ps 23:1-6;
Eph 5:8-14; Jn 9:1-41[1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38]
In Memoriam
Monday:
Tuesday:
HEAVEN
Heaven is at present out of sight, but in due time,
as snow melts and discovers what it lay upon, so will
this visible creation fade away before those greater
splendors which are behind it. —John Henry Newman
MARCH 8, 2015
Isaiah Pinlac†
Leonardo Quizon†
Magdalena Teruel†
Vivian Peske†
Margaret Clark†
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Third Sunday of Lent; First Scrutiny;
Daylight Saving Time begins;
Girl Scout Sunday
Monday: St. Frances of Rome
Friday: Abstinence
Parish Life
APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER/
SACRED HEART
1st Friday of the month
7:00 pm in Room 212.
BEREAVEMENT COMMITTEE
2nd Thursday at 6:30 pm in
the Conference Room of
the Parish Hall.
BINGO
Thursday - Doors open at
5:00 pm. dinner available.
Early Bird starts at 6:45 pm.
Must be over 18 years old
to attend.
CHARISMATIC PRAYER
Tuesday at 7:30 pm in the
Mothers’ Room
CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF
ADULTS
For adults who wish to
become members of the
Roman Catholic Church,
call 271-0207.
CONTEMPORARY CHOIR
Thursdays at 7:00 pm in
Church
COUPLES FOR CHRIST
Fridays at 7:00 PM in Room 8.
DIVINE MERCY GROUP
Second Saturday - quarterly.
FIL-AM COMMUNITY MEETING
1st Sunday of the month at
7:00 pm in Conference
Room.
FILIPINO CURSILLO GROUP
Friday at 7:00 pm in Room 6
of the school.
GS YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
Wednesday at 6:30 pm
Room 204
HISPANIC CHARISMATIC PRAYER
Wednesday at 7:00 pm in
Room 8 in School.
HISPANIC COMMUNITY MEETING
2nd Monday : 7:00 pm in the
Conf. Rm.
HISPANIC YOUTH ADULTS
GROUP
Friday at 7:00 pm in Room 4
HISPANIC YOUTH GROUP
Wednesday at 7:00 pm in
Room 4
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
1st & 3rd Wed. of the month
at 7:30 pm in the Parish Hall.
SQUIRES meet at 6:30 pm in
Room 12.
LAY CARMELITES
1st Saturday at 9:30 am in
Conference Room
LEGION OF MARY
Sundays at 10:00 am Room
4 & 5 & Friday 6:30 pm in the
Conference Room.
LOP MISSION
Last Saturday at 7:00 pm in
Room 7
MARIAN ROSARY GROUP
Every Tuesday @ 9:30 am in
the Conference Room
PERPETUAL HELP DEVOTIONS
After Masses on Tuesday.
RCIA
Please call Glenn Valois
858-271-8769 (Faith Formation Office)
SPIRIT OF GOD PRAYER GROUP
2nd & 4th Wednesday at
7:00 in Room 7.
TRADITIONAL CHOIR
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM in
Church
VIETNAMESE CHARISMATIC
PRAYER GROUP
Wednesdays at 7:15 PM in
Room A
VIETNAMESE CHOIRS
Ca Doan Giang Sinh
Saturdays at 4:30 pm in
the Conference Room
Ca Doan Magnificat
Fridays at 7:00 pm in
Room A.
VIETNAMESE LEGION OF MARY
Saturday after morning Mass
in Rooms 7 & 8
VIETNAMESE MOTHERS
1st Sunday at 3:00 pm in
Room 8
VIETNAMESE SACRED HEART
2nd Sunday at 3:00 pm in
Room 8
VIETNAMESE RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION
Saturday at 5:00 pm. Call
the Religious Education
Office at 271-8769.
WOMEN’S CLUB
Last Monday at 5:00 pm in
Room 12.
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Tue-Thu, 12-6 pm
858.271.8769
Elementary & Middle School
Class Calendar
March 2015
MIDDLE SCHOOL EVENTS:
Pre-Con & Confirmation
Class/Event Calendar
March 2015
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Key:
No Class Tonight
Regularly Scheduled Class Tonight
Pope Francis has declared a brand new
Doctor of the Church: St. Gregory of Narek!
The title “Church Doctor” is given by the Church to holy
men and women who particularly contributed to the
Church’s learning in a meaningful way. St. Gregory (9511003 AD), an Armenian poet and monk, entered a prominent
Armenian monastery in Narekavank from a very young age
and was ordained a priest at 25 years old. He composed
great works including theological treatises, chants, melodies,
letters, and prayers. His most famous work, the Book of
Lamentations, is made up of 95 prayers, each titled
“Speaking to God from the Depths of the Heart,” and is
considered one of the greatest works of Armenian literature.
Prayer 33 of this work is recited daily in Armenian liturgies
throughout the world! His feast day is October 13th.
Adapted from www.churchpop.com
The Faith Formation Office will be
closed this Wednesday, March 11,
until 4:00 pm due to a staff retreat.
Classes will go on as scheduled from
5:00-6:15pm.
3/28, Early Night Basketball: 7-9 in the Gym, bring
your own water and ball. No permission slips/fees
required, but parents must sign youth in and out.
YOUTH EVENTS:
3/18, Worship Wednesday: Join other high
schoolers for a night of prayer and worship! 6-7pm
in the Parish Center—bring a friend!
3/28, Late Night Basketball: Come play basketball in the Parish Center Gym from 9pm to midnight! Bring your own ball and water. No permission slip required.
Art and Faith Connection
Third Sunday of Lent | Gospel of John 2:13
2:13--25
“Jesus Chasing Merchants From the Temple” by the Flemish 16th
century master Quentin
Matsys showcases his
renowned caricature style
and commentary. The
scene includes the range
of characters noted in
today’s Gospel story.
Christ is in the center,
driving out the merchants
with his rope whip, three
merchants receiving his
blows. One of them,
perhaps a money
changer, lies on the
ground, his table flipped,
his coins scattered.
Another merchant is just
making his escape with a
lamb on his back, while
the most grotesque one
on the left is trying to get away with his goods under his arms. In
the back left, three distinguished-looking men observe—these are
perhaps the Jewish leaders who debate with Christ about the
Temple in John’s Gospel. To the right of the scene are three
additional onlookers: one more merchant partially concealed by a
sack, a seated figure, and a Temple-goer, whom we see in profile.
Gather as a family to see where you are in this Lenten journey:
The painting invites us to see ourselves in it as well, to see and
acknowledge honestly those areas of our lives needing a major
cleaning. The variety of faces offer several entry points for us—the
person on the ground, the one escaping, the one looking on, the
one hiding, the one at a critical distance—where do we find ourselves in
this image? Together, ask God for the grace to help each of you offer
wholehearted prayer and worship. Close by praying the Psalm used
in today’s Liturgy (Psalm 19).
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Good Shepherd Catholic School
“Who we become starts where we begin . . . ”
Consider Catholic Education
Character Trait for the month:
Forgiveness
Snapshot of our week:
Monday: Third Grade Assembly
8:30am liturgy with the parish
Friday:
Fifth Grade attends CYT production of “Footloose.”
1:45pm Stations of the Cross
GSCS Golden Eagles Golf Tournament
Admiral Baker Golf Course
Fr. Michael, Ladonna Lambert, Monica Taitano,
Mary Ann & Marc Thiebach
For more information about our school:
Call us at (858)693-1522
Email us at [email protected]
Check out our website at www.goodshepherdcatholic.net
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Parish News & Announcements
WOMEN'S CLUB SPRING LUNCHEON AND CARD PARTY
Saturday, March 14 10:30 am —3:00 pm
Please join us for a delicious salad lunch with
scrumptious desserts as well as an afternoon of fellowship and games
For reservations, please call Margaret Valleroy at (858) 566-9013
We will pray the Station of the Cross as a community every Friday of Lent
after the 5:30 pm Mass. Please make it a part of your Lenten practices.
FISH FRY!! FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 20 & 27
6:00 PM IN THE PARISH HALL
Bring the family and join your fellow parishioners in observing a Lenten
meatless Friday. (A serving consist of beer-battered premium fish fillet, fried
rice, Tater-Tots, coleslaw, garlic bread and dessert. Coffee, water, lemons and
tarts sauce are provided. Cost is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for children.
Around the Diocese
LENTEN CONFESSION
Our Parish communal celebration of the sacrament of reconciliation will take place Wednesday,
March 25 beginning at 7 pm. We are called to experience the forgiveness of God and his abundant mercy in our lives and to purify our hearts of sin through the sacrament of reconciliation in
the spirit of Jesus. Our Lenten journey is not complete without this beautiful experience of
God’s love. There will be 30 priests available that evening for individual confession in several different languages. Please make every effort to be n time and to make this a family priority. Don’t
wait until the last minute when priests may not be available and you missed your opportunity for
confession before Easter.
LENTEN PENANCE SERVICES
(Escondido Deanery all Services at 7:00 pm)
St. Stephen’s (Valley Center)
Monday, March 9, 2015
Immaculate Heart of Mary (Ramona)
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Our Lady of Mt Carmel (Penasquitos)
Monday, March 16, 2015
St. Gabriel (Poway)
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
St. Mary’s (Escondido)
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Resurrection (Escondido)
Monday, March 23, 2015
St. Gregory the Great (Scripps Ranch)
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Good Shepherd Parish (Mira Mesa)
Wednesday, March 25, 2015