From the Pastor

With the feast of the Baptism of the Lord, which we celebrated last Monday, we complete the Christmas season and now enter into a liturgical time that we call “ordinary time.” On this second Sunday, the first reading presents to us the call of Samuel to take over the leadership of the Chosen People. The second…

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Catherine Anna White-Wilder passes away at 100

Catherine Anna White-Wilder passed away Thursday, January 4, 2018 in her residence in El Cajon at the age of 100. She was known as “Kay” to many dear friends and family members. Kay was born on November 6, 1917 in Trenton, New Jersey and moved with her family to Cincinnati, Ohio in her last year…

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Catherine Margaret Naughton passes at Age 104

Catherine Margaret Naughton December 24, 1913 – December 27, 2017 San Diego Catherine left us peacefully on Wednesday, Dec. 27th. She had just recently turned 104.Born Catherine Margaret Vincent in Massachusetts on Christmas Eve 1913, she was the youngest of 11 children. She married Mathias Naughton in 1942 and in 1956 they moved to the…

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From the Pastor

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord. The Greek word “epiphany” means “appearance” or “manifestation.” The multiple revelations of God in Jesus are celebrated in the Feast of the Epiphany. First, the angels revealed Jesus to the shepherds. In the Western Church, the Feast of the Epiphany celebrates Jesus’ first appearance to the…

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From the Pastor

I wish you all a Happy New Year! May the year 2018 bring you and your family many blessings and much happiness. Our parish has many programs for the year 2018, one is reroofing our church and let us make it a priority. Let us make this a New Year’s gift to us, to our…

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From the Pastor

“Do not be afraid.” This was the message that the angel spoke to Zachariah, to Mary, to Joseph, and to a group of shepherds on a hillside near Bethlehem when they were faced with uncertainty and confusion. Today, through the Gospel, the angel speaks to each one of us giving us hope and comfort: “Do…

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