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St. Pius X
Catholic Church
1120 Cuyamaca Avenue,
Chula Vista, CA 91911-3506
ST. PIUS X PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Hours:…………..Monday-Friday 9:00am—4:00pm
Phone: ………………………….…. (619) 420-9193
Fax: …………………………………..(619) 420-9353
Office E-Mail:[email protected]
Website: ………………………..www.saintpiusx.org
Parish Center Info.:…………….(619) 862-9803
Administration
Pastor: Fr. Chris Kintanar
Associate Pastor: Fr. Victor Maristela
Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Monsignor Donald Kulleck
Permanent Deacon: Deacon Peter Johnson
Parish Staff
Business Manager: Dora Castañeda
Parish Secretary: Lizette Rodriguez
Youth Minister: Patricia Gradillas
Director Of Catechetical Ministry: Paul Lopez
RCIA Director/Adult Education: Kathy Powers
Business Office
Monday 1pm-4pm, Tuesday-by appt. only,
Wed.-Fri. 9am-3:30pm
Phone 420-9193 ext. 102
E-Mail: [email protected]
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
Religious Education Office
Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday -10am—5:30pm
Monday by Appointment Only
Phone 420-9193 ext. 104
E-Mail: [email protected]
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday-Saturday………………………………………... ...................... 7:30 am
Saturday Vigil Mass………………………………………... ................... 5:00 pm
Sunday Masses ………………..……7:00 am, 8:15 am, 9:45 am, 11:30 am
……………………………….…………1:00 pm (Spanish) and 5:00 pm
Reconciliation…………………………………..…Saturdays, 3:30pm—4:30pm
Weddings………………….…....Contact the parish 9 months before date
Funerals…………………………….…….…………..Contact the Parish, ext. 100
Holy Day Schedule………………………………... ................... As Announced
Baptisms ………………………………..……Contact the Parish Offices, ext. 100
Youth Ministry Office
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, 10:30am—6pm
Wednesday—1pm—6pm
Phone 420-9193 ext. 107
E-Mail: [email protected]
St. Pius X Catholic School
Principal: Jeff S. Saavedra
Phone 422-2015 Fax 422-0048
E-Mail: [email protected]
The Mission of
St. Pius X Parish
is to “Restore all things in
Christ” - Pope Pius X
How Much Should I Be Giving?
Faced with raising kids, mortgage payments, car payments and a never ending list of bills each month – how do we
respond to God's call to deepen our financial commitment to him?
Considering that a “tithe” is 10% of our gross income, how do we make that kind of a significant financial contribution to the church? Especially when it seems there’s nothing left over at the end of the month?
For many of us, tithing may seem like an unrealistic, really unreachable goal. Fortunately, what many of us have
discovered is that growing toward a tithing relationship with God is much easier when we approach it like any of
life’s great challenges – in small steps.
Consider the concept of “Grow One.” If your tithing is one percent, be faithful in giving one percent as the first fruits
at the beginning of every month. If it is three percent, be faithful. Consider that as your starting point, and slowly
work point by point towards a full 10 percent.
The chart below will help you determine where your starting point is. For example, if you have a household income
of $50,000 per year and you give the church $20 dollars per week, then you can see that your household would be
giving just under 2%.
Tithing Percentage
Annual
Income
Weekly
Income
10%
9%
8%
7%
6%
5%
4%
3% 2% 1%
$22,000
$423
$42
$38
$34
$30
$25
$21
$17
$13
$8
$4
$25,000
$481
$48
$43
$38
$34
$29
$24
$19
$14 $10
$5
$30,000
$577
$58
$52
$46
$40
$35
$29
$23
$17 $12
$6
$40,000
$769
$77
$69
$62
$54
$46
$38
$31
$23 $15
$8
$50,000
$962
$96
$87
$77
$67
$58
$48
$38
$29 $19 $10
$60,000
$1,154
$115
$104
$92
$81
$69
$58
$46
$35 $23 $12
$70,000
$1,346
$135
$121 $108
$94
$81
$67
$54
$40 $27 $13
$80,000
$1,538
$154
$138 $123 $108 $92
$77
$62
$46 $31 $15
$90,000
$1,731
$173
$156 $138 $121 $104 $87
$69
$52 $35 $17
$100,000
$1,923
$192
$173 $154 $135 $115 $96
$77
$58 $38 $19
$110,000
$2,115
$212
$190 $169 $148 $127 $106 $85
$63 $42 $21
$120,000
$2,308
$231
$208 $185 $162 $138 $115 $92
$69 $46 $23
$140,000
$2,692
$269
$242 $215 $188 $162 $135 $108 $81 $54 $27
For most of us, when we see “where we are on the chart” it is very revealing and very challenging. Frankly, until we
see it on the chart, most of us think we are giving more than we actually are! The important thing is not to play with
the numbers, but to listen to what God is calling us to do.
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
REMINDERS
People more frequently require to be reminded than
informed. —Samuel Johnson
EL CIELO
No podemos ver el cielo por el momento, pero a su debido tiempo, así como la nieve se derrite y descubre lo que
yacía debajo, esta creación visible se desvanecerá ante las
más gloriosas maravillas que son su causa.
—John Henry Newman
RECORDATORIOS
Las personas prefieren más frecuentemente que se les
2 recuerde a que se les informe. —Samuel Johnson
Easter Food Drive 2015
Sunday Offertory: March 1, 2015
The Social Actions Committee will be conducting their annual Food Drive to assist families
that may need a helping hand during this Easter
season.
Total Plate Collection:
$ 2,075.72
Total Envelope Collection: $ 16,390.50
Total Sunday Collection: $ 18,466.22
Total Building Fund: $ 1,203.57
We will place 4 food collection boxes throughout the church
grounds for your convenience. Please kindly place nonperishable food items (i.e. canned goods, cereals, pasta, rice,
dry beans, coffee, juices, etc.).
Lenten Schedule
All Fridays During Lent
(February 20– March 27)
If you know a family or are a family that would like to be
placed on the food basket recipient list, please call and leave
a message with Allan or Cathy Delacruz at 619-934-2249 to
be placed on the list. Spell out your name and say your
phone number slowly and clearly. We will call you back to
confirm your request.
Stations of the Cross– 7 p.m. -7:30 p.m. (Church)
Knights of Columbus, Fish Fry- 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Center)
We will be accepting names until Friday, March 20th.
Families receiving food must reside within parish
boundaries. You must call ahead to reserve a basket – We
do not carry names over from the previous year! Please call
early – we are here to help. God Bless.
Soup Kitchen- All Wednesdays During Lent
Mar. 11- 4pm - 7pm
Mar. 18- 4pm - 7pm -(Irish Dancers perform at 6pm)
Mar. 25- 4pm - 7pm
Lenten Renewal
“The Mass and The Bible”
Featuring
Dr. Michael Barber
There is no fee for the meal- a donation is greatly appreciated. All donations go to Father Joe's Village to help
those in need.
Annual Lenten Collection:
Next weekend has been designated for the 2015 Annual Lenten Collection. Special envelopes will be
available for the collection which supports the works
of Catholic Relief Services, the Church in Africa and
the Church in Latin America. Please prepare to respond generously to this worthwhile collection.
Dr. Barber is a noted speaker, teacher and
author. He is a Professor of Theology
Scripture and Catholic Thought at John Paul
the Great Catholic University in Escondido. He is also the Host
of “Reasons for Faith” on EWTN 1000AM radio, every Friday
at 11am.
The Starlight Auxiliary Center is sponsoring a casino and
shopping bus trip to Viejas
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Cost: $11.00 Donation
Proceeds support programs offered by The Starlight Center,
for people with disabilities.
Departing: 8:45 a.m. from St. Pius X Parish. (E. Naples St.)
Returning: 3:30 p.m.
For reservations, contact Martha Brault at: (619) 421-7165 or
MaryAnn Ashbaugh at: (619) 737-9767
Date: Monday, March 23 and Tuesday, March 24
Time: 7pm – 8:30 pm
Where: St. Pius X Church (inside the Church)
A good-will offering will be taken:
Checks can be made out to: St. Pius X Church
Information: Call the Parish office 420-9193
This program is presented by:
The Adult Education Committee
MEXICAN BREAKFAST
St. Pius X Catholic Church is now accepting your donations
and giving you a tax break; we have connected with Fr. Joe’s
Neighbor Organization. It’s very simple and does not cost you
anything. All you have to do is call (619)710-2454, MondayFriday, 7:30am—4:00pm and simply say, “I’m donating a vehicle, (cars, planes, RV’s, ATV’s, trailers, boats, jet ski’s—
running or not) to St. Pius X Catholic
Church.” They will set up a time for
pick up. After the auction, you will receive a tax notification letter of the tax
deductable value.
The Hispanic Prayer Group is sponsoring a
Mexican Breakfast, today, March 8, in the Parish Center from 8:00am—2:00pm. All proceeds collected will go to the Building Fund. Come and enjoy a
great time, food and companionship.
Thank you to everyone for the Masses, prayers, music food and
for your presence at the Mass and reception for our dear Mary.
It was overwhelming!
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-Gonzales, Joyce and Shrewsbury Families.
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR
MEN AND WOMEN
LTJG Jennifer Mangaran USN
HMC (FMF/SW/AW) Patrick Mangaran
USN
Lt. Col. Deric W. Prescott, USAF, JAG
Lt. Mark Simons, USN, NMCSD
Lt. Cdr. Paul Justin Oden, USN, Norfolk, VA
Lt. Jackie Ramirez, U.S.C.G. Academy, New London, CT
Sgt. First Class Ernesto Castañeda, Jr., US Army, Texas
Lt. Ernie Saponara, Command Duty Officer,USCG Miami, FL.
Sgt. Ruby Clendenning, USMC, Kandahar, Afghanistan
Lance Cpl. Ricardo Gonzalez, USMC, Afghanistan
S. Sgt. Robert Barfield, US Army, Ft. Benning, GA
GMC Edward S. Bystrak, USS Samson
PFC Ryan A. Casey, U.S.Army, Comad Ft.Benning, GA
CDR Henry F. Casey, III, U.S. Navy
MT Tyler A. Moore, USN, Bangor, WA
Major Michael Mack, USAF
DC3 Daniel Reveles, USN
Airman Gabriel A. Salas, US Air Force, Okinawa, Japan
PFC Ramon Fernandez, US Army. Kabul, Afghanistan
Giecar Reyes, USN, USS Boxer
Cmdr. Alvin Villanueva, Yokosuka, Japan USN
Sergio Perez, USN, San Antonio, TX
Gloria Moreno-Perez, USN, FL
Allan M. Kerns, USN, Pensicola, FL
SM Sgt. Joaquin Gonzalez, USAF
Staff Sgt. Juan Gonzalez, USAF
Tech. Sgt. James Gonzalez, USAF
E2 Albert Lopez, USN, MO
Russia N. Zamarripa, USAF
Angela Silfies, Navy Airman. USS Carl Vinson
Corporal Victor O.Yvellez, Hawaii, U.S.M.C.
Tyler Moore, USN
Trevor Moore, MC, Minot, AFB, ND
LtJg. Joshua M. Roe
Lt. Ralph E. Roe III
Sgt. First Class Albert Dela Garza
Penance Services for
Lent 2015
Sunday, March 8- 4 p.m. Sacred Heart,
Coronado
Monday, March 9- 7 p.m. St. Pius X, Chula Vista
Tuesday, March 10- 7 p.m. Mater Dei, Chula Vista
Wednesday, March 11- 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Corpus Christi,
Bonita
Monday, March 16- 7 p.m. St. Charles, Imperial Beach
Tuesday, March 17- 7 p.m. St. Anthony, National City
Wednesday, March 18- 7 p.m. Our Lady of Guadalupe,
Chula Vista
Thursday, March 19- 7 p.m. Most Precious Blood, Chula
Vista
Monday, March 23- 7 p.m. St. Michael, Paradise Hills
Wednesday, March 25- 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. St. Rose of Lima,
Chula Vista
Friday, March 27- 7 p.m. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, San
Ysidro
Monday, March 30- 7 p.m. St. Mary, National City
Youth Corner
Thank you to the donors that
stepped up to help the youth attend their retreat, we
are so appreciative!!!
Also thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Torres for the awesome
t-shirts, Celeste Serrano for making all the reminder calls and
to all the parents that sent snacks in for the weekend. You
rock!!!!
Please save your recyclables for the youth! We are raising
funds to attend the Steubenville San Diego Conference at USD
this summer.
We will be collecting the recyclables on the 4th Sunday of the
month in front of the parish offices beginning March 22nd.
Also on March 22, we will have a bake sale in the parish
center after all masses and every 4th Sunday of the month
thereafter. Come and check out the goodies!
If you would like to add a name to this list,
please contact the Parish Offices.
St. Pius X School Golf Tournament
Location: San Diego Country Club
Date: Monday, June 8, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m. - Shotgun Scramble Start
Event Address: 88 L Street
Chula Vista, CA 91911
Squire Circle 3875 will be starting their annual soap drive for
“Casa Hogar Santa Teresita”, in Tijuana. This will be going on
during the whole Lenten season. There will be boxes to put
your soap in after Mass and during the Fish Fry’s. The boxes
will be located outside the center and in the entrance of the
church. Thank you for your support!!!
The early bird discount price deadline has been extended
for two weeks. The $175 price for playing golf at the San
Diego Country Club Golf Course includes the following:
-Golf for one -Taco lunch
-Goody bag
-BBQ Dinner
Sunshine Bereavement Group
We are a friendly, caring, small group of
Catholic parishioners who had a loss of a
loved one. We meet once a month for one
hour, to share memories, to give and to receive support. Meetings are every second
Monday of each month in the St. Francis Room from
6:00pm—7:00pm in English.
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Snacks/drinks available throughout the course.
After March 13, the price goes up to $200 per player.
El Islabon Hispano Y Grupo de Oración De San Pio X Te Invita
Cordialmente a su próximo Desayuno Conferencia
Predicatora Sra. Martha Reyes
Sabado, Marzo 14, 2015. De 10am-12pm. Donativo $10.
Para poder vivir una vida de fe y abandonarme
en Dios, hay que tener bien claros la base y fundamento de Nuestra Fe Catolica.
Todo lo Recaudado será para los Preparativos de la Iglesia de
San Pio X y las cobijas/dispensas que se entregan en Ensenada, BC en Diciembre.
Horario Cuaresmal
Todos los Viernes (Febrero 20 al 27 de Marzo)
Via Crucis– 7 PM - 7:30 PM (Iglesia)
Pescado Frito- 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (Centro Parroquial)
MIERCOLES DE SOPAS CASERAS
Mar. 11- 4pm - 7pm
Mar. 18- 4pm - 7pm -(bailarines Irlandeses 6pm)
Mar. 25- 4pm - 7pm
Colecta Annual de Cuaresma: El próximo fin de
semana ha sido designado para la “Colecta Annual
de Cuaresma de 2015.” Habrá sobres especiales
para esta colecta que apoya el trababjo de Catholic
Relief Services y ayuda a la Iglesia en África, y
ayuda a la Iglesia en América Latina. Por favor
prepárase para responder generosamente a esta.
DESAYUNO MEXICANO:
Hoy, 8 de Marzo
El Grupo De Oración Hispano tendrán su desayuno Mexicano después/antes de las Misas.
Todas las ganancias de las ventas se destinarán
al fondo de construcción. Vengan y disfruten un buen desayuno en el Centro Parroquial entre las 8:00am—2:00pm.
8 de marzo de 2015
Tercer Domingo de Cuaresma
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Dios entrega los
mandamientos al pueblo por medio de Moisés (Éxodo
20:1-7 [1-3, 7-8,
12-17]) o Éxodo 17:3-7.
Salmo — Señor, tú tienes palabras de vida eterna
(Salmo 19 [18]) o Salmo 95 (94).
Segunda lectura — Pablo proclama a Cristo crucificado; Cristo es el poder y la sabiduría de Dios
(1 Corintios 1:22-25) o Romanos 5:1-2, 5-8.
Evangelio — Jesús echa a los mercaderes del templo y
predice su resurrección (Juan 2:13-25) o Juan 4:5-42
[5-15, 19b-26, 40-42].
LECTURAS DE HOY
Lunes:
2 Re 5:1-15b; Sal 42 (41):2, 3; 43:3, 4;
Lc 4:24-30
Martes: Dn 3:25, 34-43; Sal 25 (24):4-5ab, 6-7bc, 8-9;
Mt 18:21-35
Miércoles: Dt 4:1, 5-9; Sal 147 (146):12-13, 15-16, 19-20;
Mt 5:17-19
Jueves:
Jer 7:23-28; Sal 95 (94):1-2, 6-9; Lc 11:14-23
Viernes: Os 14:2-10; Sal 81 (80):6c-11ab, 14, 17;
Mc 12:28-34
Sábado: Os 6:1-6; Sal 51 (50):3-4, 18-21ab; Lc 18:9-14
Domingo: 2 Cr 36:14-16, 19-23; Sal 137 (136):1-6;
Ef 2:4-10; Jn 3:14-21;
Lecturas alternativas (Año A):
1 Sm 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a; Sal 23 (22):1-6;
Ef 5:8-14; Jn 9:1-41[1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38]
LAS DISCIPLINAS TRADICIONALES DE CUARESMA
► El ayuno y la abstinencia: Los Católicos de 14 años de
edad y mayores abstienen de comer carne el Miércoles de Ceniza, Viernes Santo y todos los Viernes de Cuaresma. Además,
el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo, los Católicos de
edad 18-59 ayunan, limitándose a una comida completa y dos
comidas más pequeñas cada día.
► Oración: Se les anima a los Católicos que oren más durante
la Cuaresma, sobre todo con las Escrituras. La Cuaresma es
también el momento ideal para recibir el Sacramento de la
Reconciliación, en preparación para la celebración de la Pasión
de Cristo, muerte y resurrección.
El Grupo de Oración de San Pio X...
te invita a que vivas la experiencia de tu vida todos los
Martes de 10:00am—12:00pm en el Centro Parroquial.
Habrá alabanzas, oración por los enfermos, y predicadores de primer nivel. Si tienes preguntas, llame al (951)
¿Por qué no estoy recibiendo sobres?
Si desea recibir sobres de la iglesia, es necesario estar registrado en la
375-2607 con Guillermo Vásquez o por correo electróniparroquia. Usted puede recoger un formulario de inscripción en el
co:
vestíbulo de la iglesia o en la oficina parroquial y también puede
[email protected]
inscribirse a través de la pagina del internet de la parroquia:
Te esperamos! Dios te bendiga.
www.saintpiusx.org Por lo tanto, por favor devuelva el formulario
“Mi alma alaba al Señor y mi espíritu se goza en Dios,
de inscripción a la oficina, de lo contrario no podremos enviarle los
sobres. Por favor, escriba con LETRA LEGIBLE!
mi salvador” - Lk 1:46-47
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THIS WEEKS SCHEDULE: MARCH 8-14, 2015
March 8, 2015
Third Sunday of Lent
SUNDAY
Mexican Breakfast– 8am-2pm. Center.
TODAY’S READINGS
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].
MONDAY
Sunshine Bereavement- 6pm-8pm. St. Francis Rm.
Penance Service– 7pm-8pm. Church.
TUESDAY
Spanish Prayer– 9am-12 noon. Church.
Squires– 6:30pm– 8:30pm. St. Francis Rm.
WEDNESDAY
Apostolados– 10am-12 noon. St. Francis Rm.
Lenten Soup Kitchen– 4pm-7pm. Center.
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.
THURSDAY
Bible Timeline– 8:45am-10:15am. St. Ignatius Rm.
Adult Confirmation– 6:30pm-8:30pm. St. Ignatius & St. Pius
X Rm.
Bible Timeline– 7pm-8:30pm. Center.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 2 Kgs 5:1-15b; Ps 42:2, 3; 43:3, 4; Lk 4:24-30
Tuesday: 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]
FRIDAY
Taller de Oración y Vida– 9:30am-12:30pm. St. Francis Rm.
Fish Fry– 5pm-7pm. Center.
Stations of the Cross– 7pm– 7:30pm. Church.
SATURDAY
Women of Grace– 9am-12 noon. St. Clare.
Islabon Desayuno– 10am-12 noon. Center.
Mass Intentions
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
-7:30am
-7:30am
-7:30am
-8:30am
-7:30am
-7:30am
MARCH 9-15, 2015
Intenciones de la Misa
John Mason + rq. Mother
Clara Rita Gundler Armstrong + rq. Gundler Family
Felicia Gould + rq. Granddaughter
Mrs. Dohman rq. Villafana Family
Roy Wood + rq. Bernie Wood
Mary Gonzales + rq. Fran Di Mase
-7:30am Elisa Lopez + rq. Rodriguez Family
-5:00pm Mary Kulleck + rq. Dcn. Pete & Junko Johnson
SUNDAY
-7:00am Cristian Acosta– Flores + rq. Grandma & Grandpa
-8:15am Anisa Cox + rq. Renew Bible Study Group
-9:45am Jose & Maria Rodriguez (Anniv.) rq. Children
-11:30am Emily Agunod + rq. Dcn. Pete & Junko Johnson
-1:00pm People of St. Pius X Parish
-5:00pm Herlindo + & Georgina Castro + rq. Chavarria Family
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To add to list, please call the
Parish Offices or email:
[email protected]
Gilbert Murrieta
Lois Clow
Leroy Edwards
Elizabeth Naccari
Esperanza Valdivia
Gilberto Gracia
Alfredo Morales
Tom Basinski
Caroline Platt
Teresa De Galvan
Baby Andy Padilla
Jesus Egran
Baby Ana Sofia Mancillas
Rosalie Morabe
Gene Morabe
Delia Calara