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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-Friday: 7:00 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 am3:30 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
BINGO: Every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4:00
Deacon
p.m.
PARISH OFFICE STAFF:
CHILDCARE: Every Sunday at 9:30 am in the Preschool; for
Kathi Lohry Parish Secretary infants and children up to four years of age.
Marlo Antonio Business Manager,
CULTURE OF LIFE MINISTRY: For information, call Louise
Pastoral Assistant Holland at 619-316-7498.
BAPTISMS:
DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION: Mondays and Fridays at 3:00
Call Deacon Vasquez - 619-818-0972 or p.m. in the Daily Chapel (chaplet, rosary and a reading
email: deaconvasquez@gmail.com from the diary of St. Faustina)
GRIEF & BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: The 1st Monday,
MARRIAGES: 7:00-8:00 pm in the Ministry Center. Call Robin at (858) 277-
Nine months preparation required. 3861 for more information.
Call the Parish Office for information. GREETERS/USHERS: Terry Foster at 858-427-7178.
HOMEBOUND OUTREACH: If you or someone you know
MUSIC MINISTRY:
needs Communion or other services because they are
St. Columba Church Childrens Choir - homebound, contact the rectory or Robin at (858) 277-
Kathleen Mawanay - 5:30 pm (Sat.) 3861.
Traditional Choir - KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Council #1349. Round Table,
Mark Villas/Pat Dalton - 7:30 am Richard Portugal. For info call (858) 279-8731.
Spiritus - Hans Becker - 9:30 am LAY APOSTLES for JESUS CHRIST RETURNING KING: 2nd
Contemporary - Tess Nelson - 5:30 pm (Sun.) Tuesday in the Music Room, 6:30-8 p.m. Contact Peggy
tessnelsonmusic@cox.net Keller at (619) 933-6677.
MENS CLUB: The 1st Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Hall. All
R.C.I.A. men of the parish are welcome and encouraged to join.
Mike Conroy (858) 278-1507 Contact Curtis Carlson at 858-337-5768.
MENS FAITH GROUP: First Saturday, 8:45 am in the Ministry
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND YOUTH OFFICE: Center. All men are invited to this informal spiritual
gathering to share prayer, discussion and donuts.
Robin Keator, DCM (858) 277-3861
robin.keator@yahoo.com (619) 922-7941 PRAYER MEETING: Join us in praise, songs, scripture
Office hours: Sundays, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm readings, teachings and worship every Thursday at 7:00
p.m. in the Ministry Center. For more info, call Mary Quinn
Mon., Tues., & Wed., 5:30-9:00 pm at (858) 278-0526.

ST. COLUMBA SCHOOL: R.C.I.A.: The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is for adults
seeking Baptism and for baptized adults seeking the
www.stcolumbaschoolsd.org sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. For more info,
Rose Navarro, Principal (858) 279-1882 call Mike Conroy at 858-278-1507.
Linda Glenwinkel, Secretary (858) 279-1882 ROSARY MAKERS: First Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the Music
Trish Gilsdorf, Preschool Director (858) 279-0161 Room. Call Teresa for more info at 858-277-6240.
Marlo Antonio, Business Manager (858) 277-3863 SENIORS CLUB: 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month, 10:30
a.m. in the Parish Hall. Open to seniors 50 and up in our
MEMBERSHIP parish. For more info, contact Donna at 858-278-3415.
To register as a member, please complete a white registra- YOUTH GROUP: Sundays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in Ministry Center for
tion card found at the back of the church, or register online both Junior & Senior High. Info: call (858) 277-3861.
through our website (listed on cover).
Also, if you are currently using envelopes, please inform the YOUNG ADULT GROUP: Contact Karina at 858-602-8470 or
rectory of any status/address change. by email: tijerina.karina@outlook.com

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THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 2, 2017

Pastors Corner Second Vatican Council, the Bishops of the


United States have invited us to once
My dear brothers and sisters, again participate in what is being called
A Fortnight for Freedom The Bishops
This weekend as we once again prepare remind us: As Catholics we are constantly
to celebrate the birth of our nation, I offer called to live out our faith in our daily lives.
for your reflection a passage from Gaudium In our charities, we comfort the sick, feed
et Spes one of the documents of the the hungry, care for the poor, and protect
Second Vatican Council. The council life. In the marketplace, our values guide
fathers wrote: If the citizens' responsible us. We strive everywhere to practice what
cooperation is to produce the good results we preach. Across America, our right to
which may be expected in the normal live out our faith is being threatened - from
course of political life, there must be a Washington forcing Catholic institutions to
statute of positive law providing for a provide services that contradict our beliefs,
suitable division of the functions and bodies to state governments prohibiting our
of authority and an efficient and charities from serving the most vulnerable.
independent system for the protection of And around the world, its even worse -
rights. The rights of all persons, families and Catholics face persecution and even
groups, and their practical application, death for their witness. These rights are
must be recognized, respected and fundamental. They belong to each and
furthered, together with the duties binding every human being.
on all citizens. Among the latter, it will be
well to recall the duty of rendering the Fr. Ed
political community such material and
personal service as are required by the MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
common good. Rulers must be careful not
to hamper the development of family, MONDAY, JULY 3
social or cultural groups, nor that of 7:00 amDA Anthony Alvarez
intermediate bodies or organizations, and
not to deprive them of opportunities for TUESDAY, JULY 4
legitimate and constructive activity; they 7:00 amEM Int. of the Cavada family
should willingly seek rather to promote the WEDNESDAY, JULY 5
orderly pursuit of such activity. Citizens, for 7:00 amEM Donors Intention
their part, either individually or collectively, THURSDAY, JULY 6
must be careful not to attribute excessive
7:00 amEM Vincent Cahill
power to public authority, not to make
exaggerated and untimely demands upon FRIDAY, JULY 7
it in their own interests, lessening in this way 7:00 amEM Kathy Hattox
the responsible role of persons, families and
SATURDAY, JULY 8
social groups. Citizens must cultivate a
generous and loyal spirit of patriotism, but 8:00 amDA Buena Ragamat
without being narrow-minded. This means 5:30 pmEM Michael Dubreuil
that they will always direct their attention to SUNDAY, JULY 9
the good of the whole human family, united 7:30 amEM People of the Paris
by the different ties which bind together 9:30 amDA Flo Kloberdanz
races, people and nations. Please note 5:30 pmDA Int. of Kevin & Carla Pea
that our parish offices will be closed on & William Harris
Tuesday, July 4th
In keeping with these principals from the DAFr. Daniel Anyanwu, EMFr. Ed McNulty

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ST. COLUMBA CATHOLIC CHURCH SAN DIEGO

IN NEED OF PRAYER SENIORS CLUB


Please pray for: Congratulations to the new officers of the
Seniors Club:
Joanne Hogan, Richard Lorkowski, Shiela
Martinez, Kathleen Middlesworth, President: Donna Altman
Joel Rivera, Divina Villar Vice-President: Kathie Goldkamp
Treasurer: Howard Seiselmeyer
NOTE: Please call or email the rectory to request a Secretary: Chris Roberts
name 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
BAPTISMS
call the rectory to request that it be added again.
For those with ongoing, chronic or incurable We welcome into our Catholic family the fol-
conditions, their names should be written in our Book lowing children who were baptized in June:
of Prayer.
Roland Childs, II
POPE FRANCIS INTENTION FOR JULY Christopher Denton
Jacob Janecek
Lapsed Christians Ivan Pellecer, Jr.
That our brothers and sisters who have strayed Avery Sanchez
from the faith, through our prayer and witness Kali Sanchez
to the Gospel, may rediscover the merciful Winston Sanchez
closeness of the Lord and the beauty of the
Christian life. EVERYBODY NEEDS TO
FORGIVE SOMEBODY
6/25/17 SUNDAY COLLECTION
In the next few weeks, we are highlighting
Plate Collection: $901.83 a chapter of the book that was given out
Envelope Collection: $3,970.00 at Easter and providing questions that will
Online Giving: $1,688.00 promote an interest in reading the book.
Total # of Envelopes: 157 Here are the questions for chapter 9:
Why was Gary not able to take Brooks for a
PETERS PENCE haircut?
Gary had taken a long hiatus from what?
Thank you for your generous support in last Who was the first person Gary had to
weeks Peters Pence Collection. As a parish, forgive?
we collected $387.50. Our contributions will be
combined with those from our brothers and
sisters around the world to help Pope Francis
provide essential relief to people in need. If WOMENS RETREAT
you missed the collection, it is not too late to
give; visit www.usccb.org/nationalcollections, Make plans now to attend the an-
and click on the How to Give link on the left. nual womens retreat, October 13-15,
in Redlands, CA. Spend the weekend
READINGS FOR THE WEEK in prayerful reflection, surrounded by
beautiful views of the mountains. Fr.
Mon: Eph 2:19-22/Ps 117:1-2/Jn 20:24-29 Thomas Reeves will lead the retreat.
Tues: Gn 19:15-29/Ps 26:2-3,9-12/Mt 8:23-27
Wed: Gn 21:5,8-20/Ps 34:7-8,10-13/Mt 8:28-34 This years theme is: Family
Thurs: Gn 22:1-19/Ps 115:1-6,8-9/Mt 9:1-8
Fri: Gn 23:1-4,19;24:1-8,62-67/Ps 106:1-5/ For more information, or to make a
Mt 9:9-13 reservation, please call Fiona Bloem-
Sat: Gn 27:1-5,15-29/Ps 135:1-6/Mt 9:14-17 ker at 858-829-2836.
Next Sun: Zec 9:9-10/Ps 145:1-2,8-11,13-14/
Rom 8:9,11-13/Mt 11:25-30
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THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 2, 2017

Come, join us ...


on a journey in faith

Are you thinking about becoming a Catholic?


Have you drifted away from the Church but feel a pull to
return?
Are you interested in what the Church teaches?
God may already be at work in your life, drawing you closer to
Him and his Church.
RCIA is a program to help non-Catholics and non-practicing
Catholics learn more about the Catholic faith. People of all re-
ligious backgrounds have joined an RCIA program.
Come, have a look. There is never any obligation to join the
Church if youre not ready.
For more information about our RCIA program, contact Mike
Conroy at 858-278-1507.
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ST. COLUMBA CATHOLIC CHURCH SAN DIEGO

History of St. Columba School


St. Columba Catholic Parish was established in 1954. In 1959, the parishioners requested a
parish school. A special fundraising drive to build the school was initiated, and a search
for a religion order willing to staff the school was begun. Eventually the Sisters of Mercy
committed to staff the new school. Plans for a school were approved in 1962, and in 1963
the Sisters of Mercy staffed the newly formed elementary school grades Kindergarten
through 4. Each year a new grade was added with the first class graduating in 1968. The
Sisters of Mercy remained with the school until 1983, with lay faculty staffing the school
since that time.

In response to the school communitys need, the Extended Day Care (EDC) program was
established in 1986. In the same year, the half-day Kindergarten was extended to full
day; again to better meet the needs of our parent community.

The preschool was built as an addition to the school in the summer of 1988. As technol-
ogy became a mandated part of the school curriculum, a full-time computer teacher
was hired in 1991. At the time the library also served as the computer lab. In 1992, the
computer lab was moved to its present location in the former convent, now called the
Ministry Center. An enrichment program, Writing to Read for students in our primary
grades was established in 1995 and as funding became available, another area be-
came a dedicated Science room. In 2010, an addition was made to our preschool which
necessitated the closing of our school library. Forming a library committee under parent
volunteer direction, the former science room was transformed into a delightful, well-
stocked school library. With the financial support of founding members of the parish, a
dedicated Religion nook to the library was created. The school is fortunate to have an all
volunteer library corps to staff our library so that all students may enjoy their scheduled
library time each week. The library is also available to students at other times of the day
when accompanied by an adult.

The charisma of the school has always been its family-friendly community and dedication
to our students. As is evident, this school has been a labor of love since its beginning and
still remains apparent. Over the past fifty years, parishioner and parent support is a con-
stant, and the administration, faculty, and staff are grateful for the continued generosity
of spirit shown by the parish and our extended community. It is our mission to live the Gos-
pel message of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, and in doing so prepare our students to live a
Christ centered life in an every changing world.

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