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Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time - June 13, 2010

2046 Mar Vista Drive † Newport Beach, California 92660 949.644.0200 949.644.1349 fax

Coming Soon at OLQA - more details inside! “God, Science and the Brain” with Hermann Frieboes on Thursday night, June 17, at 7:30 p.m. Interested in becoming a Catholic? Call Victoria Dendinger at (949)219-1408 or talk to one of the parish priests.

Adventure Bible Camp for K-4th

High Seas Expedition, Exploring the Mighty Love of God June 28-July 2, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Our awesome Bible Camp is only four weeks away! Have you registered your children for this great opportunity to experience the love of God and His Word in a fun, interactive and creative way? If you need forms you can get them online at our Parish website, at the front desk of the Parish Center or in the SRE office. The Preschool is almost at capacity. We need volunteers and scholarships too. Please call our office for more information and ask for Gina at 2191497.

Mater Dolorosa Women’s Fall Retreat The 4th Annual Women’s retreat at the Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center and gardens will be held on the weekend of Oct. 8-10, 2010. This is a wonderful time for renewal of your body, mind and spirit at a beautiful retreat center in the foothills of Sierra Madre. The retreat includes a balance of communal prayer, inspirational talks, silence, solitude, and sacramental grace. Space is limited. Please call Helene Markel for details at (949)697-9703.

NOTICE OF DEATH – DEACON JIM RICHESON We were saddened to learn this week of the death of Deacon Jim Richeson. On April 29, 1990, Jim was ordained to the Permanent Deaconate. A Mass of Thanksgiving followed here at Queen of Angels on May 20, 1990, with his wife, Mary Ann, and family on hand to greet our parishioners. After ten years of devoted service within the parish, Deacon Jim and Mary Ann decided to relocate to the east coast in July of 2000 to be closer to their family in Maryland. Mary Ann said that Jim will be buried in the cemetery at Quantico, VA. Her address is: 18003 Mateny Road #401, Germantown, MD 20874. She still has a special place in her heart for the friends she and Jim made here at Our Lady Queen of Angels.

Parishioner Appreciation

Each year we recognize two parishioners, one man and one woman. Our woman of the year is Jean Keating who is being honored God, Science, and the Brain For Catholics, science and religion ought to be complementary disciplines, and posthumously. We miss not at odds with each other. Later twentieth-century Popes have stated that her presence here every evolution and the Big Bang theory are valid for study and that Catholics may day. Her husband Jim believe in them. Come learn about the relationship over the centuries between will accept on her behalf. Our man the Catholic Church and science, recent studies on the “God-center” in the of the year is Paul Acone who is an brain, the effects of meditation on brain functioning, and a bit about the usher and works Creation accounts in Genesis. Taught by Hermann Frieboes, Ph.D., cancer tirelessly with the researcher at UCI and Victoria Dendinger, Ph.D. Classes will be Thursdays, homeless through our June 10, 17, 24, and July 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. For more inforHelping Hands Ministry. mation, contact Victoria Dendinger at 219-1408 or They have both contributed to the life of Save the Date! Mardi Gras Around the World this parish and we are grateful for March 5, 2011 their dedication and hours of work. We are ahead of the game but we need your help NOW! As we remember and give thanks Do you have access to: Time shares, Fractional Ownerships, Share for each other and all those in our Points, Vacation Homes, Air Miles, Hotels, Boats, Tickets to special parish community, let us pray that events like Broadway shows, Out of town sporting events, Kentucky Derby, European fashion shows? These donations will provide vacations we continue to grow into one body all around the world. This is an OLQA event you will definitely want to in Christ, working together in building the Church in the world, be a part of. Donate now by calling Rosemary Quinn at (949)219-1409 in our backyard and in our hearts! or rquinn@olqa.

Adult Faith Formation Victoria Dendinger 219-1408 Vdendinger


f you are interested in becoming a Catholic Christian or in completing sacraments, please feel welcome to join the RCIA that meets at 8:00 most Sunday mornings. Class is held at the new campus. Instruction is on basic Catholic teachings, Church history, the Bible, prayer and sacraments, and other spiritually relevant topics, and is done in an interactive manner. After instruction, all attend the 10:00 Mass together. Those who have completed all their sacraments and are interested in updating their understanding of the Faith are also welcome to attend. The process of becoming a Catholic or completing sacraments usually takes a year or more. A new group is forming now.

St. Andrews Abbey Retreats July 23-25: The Sound of Music Family Retreat. For families with children who attend school. Parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and godparents are welcome to bring children. Adults without children are invited also. October 15-17: Saints, Mystics, and Methods of Prayer. Study of the works of some of the Christian mystics and the lives of important saints, and styles of prayer. Contact Rosemary Quinn at or Victoria Dendinger at A slide show of the most recent retreat at St. Andrew’s can be found on the parish website at http:// php. Go to Retreats.

Adult Groups RISE (Young Adults ages 21-32) Brian Moore: (415)948-0319

LIFT (Ages 33-49) Dan Bohmfalk: A Catholic singles group, meets 2-3 times per month, with a variety of activities, including faith sharing, community outreach, and social activities.

The new CCF (Ages late 40s-65) Corpus Christi Fellowship Mark Huber: (714)328-0318 For mature single Catholics or

Young At Heart (Ages 65+) Marge Shillington: (949)887-9389

Marriage Enrichment Ministry The Marriage Enrichment Ministry’s mission is to help couples strengthen their marriage. We promote the sanctity of marriage by presenting seminars and provide other resources, on at least a quarterly basis. Contact Ray Stermer at or (949)677-7977.

12 Step Programs If you are interested in learning about the relationship between 12-step programs, the Bible, and the teachings of the Church, please attend the Monday night meeting at 7:30 in the parish center. No 12-step meeting on Monday May 31. Meetings will resume on June 7. Contact: Victoria Dendinger at

Bible Study The evening Bible study will be held on Wednesday nights at 6:00 in the parish center.

Alzheimers Support Group Support for caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimers, dementia, or memory loss. This group meets the first Monday of each month from 7:008:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. Contact Jim Casey for information at (949) 640-1750.

The Twelve Apostles An adult education team that plans adult religious education events and sponsors speakers needs some enthusiastic people to join us. If you are interested in helping, please e-mail Fred Ferketic at laborconsulting@road

Meditation Every Wednesday evening in the Parish Center from 7:30-9:00 p.m. The format includes two 20 minute meditation sessions and a relevant presentation on topics such as prayer, lives of saints, church holy days, and interfaith work. Facilitated by Vickie Dendinger.

Lectio Divina Every Monday morning from 7:108:20, a group gathers to study and pray with the upcoming Sunday Gospel. The session includes music, visualization, discussion, prayer, and contemplation. Facilitated by Victoria Dendinger.

Cancer Support Group Please email Rosemary Quinn at for more information about the Cancer Support Group.

Bible Study Twilight Retreat

St. Andrews Abbey

Wednesdays at 6:00p.m. in the Parish Center, with 8 sessions, giving an overview of the Bible, beginning with Genesis, and learning how Catholics interpret the Bible. Attend 5:30 Mass and come to the retreat. Facilitated by Victoria Dendinger.

A Few Words yÜÉÅ Ytà{xÜ ^xÜÜç June 3, 2010 Dear Parishioners, We are making great progress toward our new church building. Many parishioners are making a real effort to complete their pledges early so we can take advantage of lower construction costs and start the new building in early 2011. I will give you a more complete report at the end of June. Today I want to tell you about a new initiative to help us pay for our new church and have a lot of fun doing it. In order to make sure that we are paying the interest on the loan we have taken out for the church construction without having to use funds donated for construction, we are planning a parish-wide event next March called “Mardi Gras Around the World.” The idea is that everyone goes on vacation. Many people in our parish have time share weeks that they don’t always use in various resorts around California, Hawaii, Utah, Montana and many other great places in the U.S. and in other countries. Why not ask those parishioners to donate the time share weeks they are not going to use to be auctioned off with the proceeds going to pay off our loan? Winning families would get a bargain vacation and the proceeds would go to the parish. Our concept is a wonderful evening event with food and music from different parts of the world under a big tent in the parish parking lot. Special packages such as a week in New York including airline tickets, with a Broadway show and Yankee tickets included might also be offered to the highest bidder. Parishioners with vacation homes that they would like to make available for a week would also be welcomed. A fun evening with lots of vacations to choose from at bargain prices, good food and music and lots of fellow parishioners sounds pretty good to me. And all for a good cause. We thought this would be a great way to kick off the 50th Anniversary of OLQA which was founded in 1961 with 400 parishioners and now claims 4,000 households. We don’t have many opportunities for the whole OLQA community to get together and enjoy each other’s company. This is what we need you to do to make this a success: • • • •

Mark March 5, 2011, on your calendar for “Mardi Gras Around the World.” Offer your time share week for the parish to auction by stopping at the table after Mass today or calling Rosemary Quinn, my assistant, at (949)644-0200, ext. 209 or e-mail her at Offer a week or weekend at your vacation home or frequent flyer miles by calling Rosemary at the number above. Offer your services as a team player to assist in presenting the evening. A leadership team has been working on this since last October and plans are well underway. Contact Edward or Louise Deeb at or Remember this event does not take the place of our annual OLQA School Auction and Dinner which this year is scheduled for November 13, 2010 at the Marriott Hotel, Newport Beach.

Thank you for your help and participation. I think it’s going to be a great evening. Sincerely in Christ, Kerry Beaulieu Pastor

Our Lady Queen of Angels Ministries Children’s Faith Formation

DON’T MISS THIS SUMMER’S ADVENTURE BIBLE CAMP June 28-July 2, 9:00a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Campers-3 year olds-4th grade Volunteers-5th grade-99 years old

Gina Jensen 219219-1497

“High Seas Expedition, Exploring the Mighty Love of God” is our theme this year. You may pick the forms up in the office of the School of Religious Education or online. If you would like to volunteer we need all the help we can get. If you volunteer as a Crew Leader one of your Camper’s registration fees will be waived.

High School & Jr. High Youth

The Church invites or repels others by everything it says and does. Our activities as a community on behalf of justice, our presence in the civic community, our lifestyles as individuals and as a Church, and even our church buildings and liturgical style communicate an understanding of the Gospel. If our Church is seen as an agent of peace and reconciliation in the world, if we are truly a symbol of hospitality and joyful service to others and form a loving community among ourselves, people will be attracted to join us. We must be a collective sign of God's goodness, openness and acceptance of all people — men and women, young and old, all races and all ethnicities. We must present an inviting image to the world. This is a guiding principle of our “GEN 1” Youth Ministry program. We try to offer programs that will invite all young people to come together as a community to celebrate who they are and the journey that they are on. Blessings, Pat

Pat Krebs 219219-1418 pkrebs@ Jake Frederick jfrederick@

Mothers of Young Children Summer Schedule 2010 Reggie Finnegan at 278278-3760 or Kim Tavares (949)759(949)759-1883 Ruby Delfin (714)916(714)916-4887

Parish Life

June 17-9:30 - 11:30 a.m. -- Summer kick-off! Play date at Bonita Canyon Sports Park, Newport Beach June 24-10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. -- Zoomars Petting Zoo, San Juan Capistrano + lunch locally

Jennifer Clark 219219-1447

Like Nathan in today’s first reading, we sin when we begin to feel entitled and act as if what we have is ours by right. It can be challenging to remember that everything we have (joy and sorrow) is a gift from God. Do I share my gifts and talents or do I squander them thoughtlessly? How do I participate in the parish? Please contact Jennifer Clark at 949219-1447 or to take the next steps in sharing your gifts and talents.

Small Faith Sharing Groups

Connect with others and learn more about your faith! Groups of 8-12 members generally meet weekly. For more information, please contact Jennifer Clark, Parish Life Coordinator at (949)219-1447 or You can also go to our website on and click on the Small Faith Groups Ministry icon.

fâÇwtç extw|Çzá Background on today’s Readings: Reading I: 2 Samuel 12:7-10, 13-The repentant David is forgiven. •The reading from 2 Samuel continues the story of David, Bathsheba, and Uriah the Hittite. •Nathan condemns David for conspiring to kill a man in order to take his wife. •Forgiveness is extended to a repentant David. Reading II: Galatians 2:16, 19-21 —A person is not right with God by works of the Law but through faith in Jesus Christ. •The question of how the observance of the law relates to faith in Christ is addressed in Paul's letter to the Galatians. •Paul stresses that strict observance of Jewish religious law alone is not the only way to right relationship with God. •When we place our trust in the law alone, we fail to put our trust in Christ. Gospel: Luke 7:36-8:3--She stood at his feet weeping and began to bathe his feet with her tears. •In Luke's Gospel there are many stories about women. •Some biblical scholars suggest that Luke's special interest in women shows his concern for the marginalized and the outcast. •In today's passage, Simon the Pharisee is skeptical of Jesus' compassionate response to the sinful woman's anointing of him.

Reflection Questions on today’s Gospel: Question for Adults: How can you show compassion toward the marginalized members of society today? Question for Youth: Jesus was able to see the faith of the woman, even though she was a sinner. Who is in need of your forgiveness, even though they have done you harm? What is one way that you can offer forgiveness to someone in the weeks to come? Question for Children: This week, how can you welcome someone at school or in your neighborhood who is feeling left out?

Next week’s Gospel: Once when Jesus was praying in solitude, and the disciples were with him, he asked them, “Who do the crowds say that I am?” They said in reply, “John the Baptist; others, Elijah; still others, ‘One of the ancient prophets has arisen.’” Then he said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter said in reply, “The Christ of God.” He rebuked them and directed them not to tell this to anyone. He said, “The Son of Man must suffer greatly and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests, and the scribes, and be killed and on the third day be raised.” Then he said to all, “If anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will save it.” Luke 9:18-24 Next week’s Readings: 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time (c) Theme: One in Christ Jesus Reading I: Zechariah 12:10-11, 13:1 A precise reference to Christ as the one who is pierced in order to pour out grace. Readings II: Galatians 3:26-29 Preserving the unity of the Body of Christ must be the concern of all who belong to him. Gospel: Luke 9:18-24 Shows Christ testing his disciples about their knowledge of Him.

Music Notes Summer Schola Today through the end of July at 10:00 Mass our music will be led by our Summer Schola. Two beautiful choral meditations on God's peace and mercy will be sung today. "Deep Peace" by contemporary British composer Colin Mawby is a setting of a Celtic benediction which invokes the deep peace of the running wave, the flowing air, the quiet earth, the shining stars, and Christ, the Son of Peace. "O God, Be Merciful to Me" is a setting of Psalm 57 by an anonymous composer of the Renaissance. Amazing Grace CDs Available! Our Music Ministry has produced its first CD, a recording of our performance of "Amazing Grace – the story of our Lord's journey to Calvary told through the music of America Spirituals." You may purchase them at the front desk of the Parish Center for $20 each, or $15 for three or more.

SPIN Volunteer needed! Serving People In Need, is looking for a conscientious volunteer to deliver 55 sack meals weekly on Thursday evenings to a shelter in Laguna Beach. For more information, please contact: Kim Frazier, Director of Volunteers at (714)751-1101, X19.

Charismatic Healing Mass Saint John the Baptist 1015 Baker Street, CM, CA 92626 Friday, June 18, 2010 at 7:30p.m. Celebrant: Fr. Michael Barry Hosted by the Spirit of Peace Prayer Group

Please pray for our parish soldiers and those in the military who are related to a parishioner: Pvt. 1st Class, Alexander J. Arnold Corporal Sammis N. Gayner, USMC Dr. Grainger Lanneau, MD Lance Corporal Ryan Murray, USMC 1st Lieutenant Edward Thayer Corporal Tyras J. Augustine, USMC Stephen Stasevich 1st Lieutenant Anthony D. Ripley Specialist Jacob Goodall

MATER DEI SUMMER YOUTH CAMPS Registration is open for various summer camps, for youth 1st through 8th grades, being held at Mater Dei High School. The camps offer skill development and exposure to sports and the performing arts in a safe, positive and fun environment. Sport specific youth camps include football, basketball, water polo, baseball, volleyball, golf, lacrosse and softball. There are also dance, cheerleading and song leading summer camps for youth. Camps will be lead by some of the most recognized and successful coaches in the nation, and held in state-of-the-art facilities. For registration forms visit

Ministry Phone Numbers African Child Foundation: Lauren Peterson 294-9319 Altar Guild: Margaret Spas 644-6731 Alzheimers Support Group: Jim Casey 640-1750 Annulment Ministry: John Garrett 642-0435 Bereavement Ministry: Kathy Allison 760-8200 Bible Study-Victoria Dendinger 219-1408 Bulletin Editor: Gina Sammis 644-0200 Church Library: Bill & Helen Magruder 644-2311 Corpus Christi Fellowship: Mark Huber 714-739-8316 Cursillo: Marc Woods 735-6622 Eucharistic Ministers: Grace Wickersham 714-403-5987 Greeters: Annette Brooks 706-1172 Grief Support: Victoria Dendinger 219-1408 Helping Hands: Kevin Cummins 278-5062 Hoag & Homebound Ministers: George Fischer 640-5416 Holy Hour: Barbara Mallos 644-1258 Homebound Visitor: Maura Mendez 723-1996 LIFT/Singles: Dan Bohmfalk Meal-a-Month: John Farmer 721-5790 Mothers’ Group: Reggie Finnegan 278-3760 OLQA4Troops: Marianne Hess 644-6154 Peace & Justice: Betty Winkler 644-1291 Post Abortion Counsel/Project Rachel 800-722-4356 & Crisis Pregnancy 364-3928 Prayer Line: Frances Morgan 640-1227 RISE/Young Adults 21-32: SPIN: Jean Wegener 714-751-1101 Society of Apostolic Executives: Joe Silvoso 759-5477 Sunday Childcare: Marilyn Lambe 856-2474 Ushers: Fred Cordova 644-5458 Wedding Coordinator : Kathleen Immel 219-1499 Work Net: George Hess 644-6154 Young at Heart: Marge Shillington 887-9389

ATTENTION! TOILETRIES WANTED Thanks to your generosity we collected over 200 handbags which we donated to the Someone Cares Soup Kitchen, SPIN, and SOS. We also received over $200 which we donated to the Soup Kitchen. All the charities were very grateful for your support. Due to the excellent response to our Handbag Donation Drive, we are now asking for sample toiletries to be donated to the Soup Kitchen and other charities in the area. We are asking only for toiletries picked up at hotels, motels and other resorts during your summer vacations. Small flashlights would also be helpful. In September we will place a box in the Church Office for collection of these articles. Dates to be announced. For more information call June (949)646-6362) or Ed (949) 244-9468). Thank you, Fr. Kerry.

Men Interested in Diocesan Priesthood: The Vocation Office cordially invites you to the next “Priest Discernment” evening; the purpose is to familiarize interested men with the life, prayer and possible call to Priesthood in the Diocese of Orange. Obviously, there is no commitment on your part, other than the expression of interest to participate. The next “Priest Discernment” evening will be held on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. at Marywood Center Chapel. Please give serious thought to this invitation. "The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest." (Mt 9:37-38) If you have any questions regarding the “Priest Discernment” evening, please contact our Diocesan Priest Vocation Coordinator, Dc. José Ferreras at or call (714) 282-3036.

The Role of Fathers Dads are extremely important in the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of their children. Studies have shown that children are more likely to attend church and remain faithful if their fathers do so. On Saturday, June 19, from 9a.m.-3p.m. at St. Andrew's Abbey in Valyermo, Brother Patrick Sheridan and Dr. Victoria Dendinger will present a workshop on the role of fathers. Brother Patrick is the father of two adult children and has three grandchildren. Cost is $38.00 per person and includes lunch. Contact Vickie at or call the Abbey at (661)9442178 to reserve a spot.

Pastor Rev. Kerry Beaulieu

This Week at OLQA

Parochial Vicar Rev. Joseph Dung Nguyen

Sunday 6/13 11th Sunday of Ordinary Time 8-10a.m. R.C.I.A. 8:30a.m. C.L.O.W. 9:30-11:30a.m. Confirmation 10a.m. Rite of Acceptance 11:30-1p.m. Grief Support 4-9p.m. Youth Ministry 6p.m. New Parishioner Open House

Parochial Vicar Rev. Dave Klunk Auxiliary Bishop of Orange in Residence Most Rev. Dominic M. Luong In Residence Msgr. Wilbur Davis Deacon Jim Arnold Pastoral Administrator Kathleen Jensen ~ 219-1403 School Principal Eileen Ryan ~ 644-1166 Director of Adult Faith Formation Dr. Victoria Dendinger ~ 219-1408 Director of Children’s Faith Formation Gina Jensen ~ 219-1497 Director of Music Ministries Dr. Patricia Murphy Lamb ~ 219-1404 Parish Life Coordinator Jennifer Clark ~ 219-1447 Youth Minister/Coordinator Patricia Krebs ~ 219-1418 Parish Secretary Eleanor Sopkovich ~ 644-0200 Parish Registrar Veronica Master ~ 219-1402 Bulletin Editor & Website Coordinator Gina Sammis Administrative Assistant Rosemary Quinn ~ 219-1409


Monday, 6/14 7:10-8:20a.m. Lectio Divina 1-3p.m. Liturgy Committee 5-7p.m. Junior High Gathering 6:30-8:30p.m. High School Gathering 7-9p.m. Parish Pastoral Council Tuesday, 6/15 8a.m.-2:30p.m. Spelling Bee in Hall Wednesday, 6/16 7:30-9p.m. Meditation Thursday, 6/17 7-9p.m. Infant Baptism Class (Registration required) 7:30-9p.m. God, Science and the Brain 8-12 OLQA Last Day of School Friday, 6/18 Saturday, 6/19 9-11a.m. Stewardship Core Team Meeting 10-4 Youth Ministry Service Saturday 6-10p.m. Corpus Christi Fellowship Thank you for your prayers for Bishop Dominic and Father David who have both been ill in the last two weeks. By the time you read this I hope that they will be well on the road to recovery. You may leave messages and get well cards at the parish center and we will get them to Bishop Dominic and Father Dave. Fr. Kerry

Rosary Recitation at 8:00a.m., Monday - Friday, before Mass and after the 8:30a.m. Mass on Saturday. Childcare available every Sunday during 8:30 & 10a.m. Masses Ages 3 months - 5 years. Coffee and donuts every Sunday at the 7a.m., 8:30a.m. and 10a.m. Masses. Sunday Celebration of the Eucharist 7a.m., 8:30a.m., 10a.m., 11:30a.m., 5p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass 5p.m. Weekday Celebration of the Eucharist 6:30a.m., 8:30a.m. and 5:30p.m. Saturdays 8:30a.m. Sacramental Celebration of Reconciliation (Confession) Wednesdays and Thursdays 6p.m. Saturdays 9:00a.m. Sacrament of Baptism for Infants Call Baptism Coordinator, Liza Lombardi (949) 219-1405 Sacrament of Eucharist for Children Children celebrate their First Reconciliation and First Communion after completing the required two-year process of faith formation. Sacrament of Confirmation of Teenagers Call Confirmation Coordinator Pat Krebs at (949) 219-1418 or Sacraments for Adults The process for adults who wish to become Catholic Christians or complete their sacraments begins with a call to Vickie Dendinger (949) 219-1408. Sacrament of Matrimony Speak to a priest at least six months ahead of time. Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick and/or Holy Communion in hospital or at home - call parish. Eucharistic Adoration Daily Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament all day and night on the 27th day of each month. Parish Advisory Boards Parish Pastoral Council-Robert McKennon, President Parish Finance Council-Russell Hooper, Chairman Parish School Board-John Gladych, Chairman

e, at Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church, are a community of faith. We strive to worship the Lord more fully through the sacraments, recognize God more clearly in all people and serve Him more generously in the world, so that under the guidance of the Holy Spirit we may proclaim in word and deed the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time - June 13, 2010 I live, no longer I, but Christ lives in me. — Galatians 2:20

Father Kerry Beaulieu

Father Joseph Nguyen

Father David Klunk

Father Wil Davis

Bishop Dominic Luong

Deacon Jim Arnold







6:30-Special Intention for Sylvia Reyes 8:30-Repose of the Soul of Sandra Watson 5:30-Repose of the Souls of Youssuf & Kocab Mansour

6:30-Repose of the Soul of Dorothy Kolb 8:30-Repose of the Soul of Richard Elkins 5:30-Repose of the Soul of Howard Weinshenker

6:30-Repose of the Soul of Bertha Mulvey 8:30-Repose of the Soul of John Sullivan 5:30-Repose of the Souls of Joe Contreras

6:30-Special Intention for Cindy Frye 8:30-Repose of the Soul of Carson Bosley 5:30-Repose of the Souls of Roger Sanders

6:30-Repose of the Soul of Ann Marie Jordan 8:30-Repose of the Soul of Jean Keating 5:30-Repose of the Souls of William Benton Atkinson

8:30-Repose of the Soul of Chloe Blom


Sunday’s Offering $21,559.50 was gratefully received

Saturday, June 19 5:00 p.m. - Father Dave

Sunday, June 20 7:00 a.m. - Cantor - Father Wil 8:30 a.m. - Father Dave 10:00 a.m. - Schola - Father Joseph 11:30 a.m. - Cantor - Father Kerry 5:00 p.m. - Father Wil

Outreach Sunday June 20 is Outreach Sunday for our parish. Your contributions will benefit the many community organizations that we help to support with monthly donations.

Died in Christ Jim Richeson (June 2, 2010) Susie Ellis Clarice Hardwick, mother of Sean Hardwick

Prayer Line: Call Frances Morgan at (949)640(949)640-1227 with your special prayer requests PRAYERS FOR THE SICK Thomas Baudry, Kathleen Taketa, Mary Ann Zinke, Ron Browning, Dominick DeSimone, Ann Tate, John Crites, Janet Brown, Lucie Courtois, Helice Subcasky, Jennifer Norminton, John Miller, Richard Drago, brother of Carol Drago, Emily, Pat Roletti, Bill Barry, Colm McLaughlin, Dale Snyder, Tabe Griffin, Diane Davis, Tony Schmiesing, Linda Coccia, Lara Holland, Mary O’Regan, Virginia Alcarez, Jim Gwaltney, Gary Jones, Talia Bombola, Bob Brewis, Celia Ward, aunt of Celia Rennie, Jeff Pulver, Myra Arizza, Ed Brown, Diane Sweet, Gary Davidson, Charlene De Coudres, Robert Lehmann, Jennifer Kewin, Rose-Marie Spruill, Carolyn Ward, Judy Kitzmiller, Barbara & Al Recchia, Jennifer Cahalan, Pete Ronquillo, Susan Beckman, Maurice Pillsbury LONG TERM PRAYER REQUESTS Sylvia Bludau, Joseph John Brown, Ruth Tallman, Dina Dobrott, Lynn Rowbothan, Brad MacMillin, Bernice Coon, Christina Bell, Mary Verdon, Debby Lynch, Parker Politoske, Lisa Colafrancesco, Charlyn DeCoudres, Haley Brown, Anne Hogan, Karl Tate, Geraldine Cahill, Natalie Hicks, Anne Patton, Elaine O’Regan, Jacob, Raymond & friends, John C. Warberton, George Roa, Irene Berge, Pauline Christensen, Cristina Contreras Morales, Marie Romano, Lori Sase Bechok, Mary Lou Griffin, Carter Kipp, Mary Cole, Joan Carrico and Kay Riehle (sisters of Carol Herrel), Paul Lowe, J.L.M., Chris Garcia, Charlie, Dorothy Sanner, David Benger, Martha Pine, Finley Barton, Daniel Chace, U Kyaw Win, Tony Massod, Danny Sweeney

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