Parent Workshops for Student Success

Parent Workshops for Student Success

At Woodland Park Middle School

All San Marcos Unified School District

families are invited to attend!

 

  • Digital Safety – Jan 22 at 6pm WPMS

 

  • Child Development & Effective Discipline Practices – Mental Health Systems

      The difference between warning signs and

      normal adolescent development.

      Feb. 19 at 6pm WPMS

 

Woodland Park Middle School

1270 Rock Springs Rd. San Marcos

 

San Diego Diocese’s Statement Regarding New Lawsuits

Comment About Lawsuits Diocese 01.02.2020

Letter to Pastors and Parishes – January 1 2020 (1) (1)

SAN DIEGO (Jan. 2, 2020) –While we can’t respond to any specifics involved in these
lawsuits, five of the six men mentioned in today’s news conference are known sexual predators
whose names have been published on our website. All of the men are dead. Two of them
belong to Catholic religious orders (Koerner and Marron) and were not San Diego diocesan
priests. The sixth, Alexander Pinter, came from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was briefly in San
Diego in the early 1960’s, but eventually moved to the Diocese of Oakland. Both dioceses have
published Pinter’s name on their list of accused priests, but no complaint about Pinter was ever
received in the Diocese of San Diego.
At least one of these men was rightfully sent to prison for his crimes. Our hearts and
prayers and deepest apologies go out to their victims and all victims of clergy sex abuse.
Regardless of the legal issues involved, we have a moral obligation to provide assistance
to any victim-survivor of that abuse and we would urge their attorney to contact us so that
counseling can be arranged at our expense. There are no prior conditions and the offer of
counseling stands regardless of any lawsuit against the diocese.
The sexual abuse of minors is evil, regardless of when it happens. As a result of various
reforms in 2002 and earlier, including mandatory Safe Environment training for clergy and all
church workers, annual age-appropriate safety training for students in Catholic schools and
religious education, enhanced criminal background checks and enhanced awareness and
vigilance, no new incidents of abuse have been reported to the diocese in nearly two decades.
Details about the steps the diocese has taken to prevent and report abuse can be found
on our website at www.safeinourdiocese.org.
Finally, we would also invite any victim-survivor of sexual abuse to participate in the
Independent Compensation Program established last fall as an additional avenue they can use
to pursue their legal claims. There are no costs or obligation to victims. If they go through the
program and reject the compensation offer, they receive, they have not given up their right to
pursue their claim in the courts. In most cases, a qualifying victim-survivor will receive an offer
within 90 days of their claim being finalized.

Magnificat Breakfast to get 20/20 Spiritual Vision

Is considered PERFECT VISION!
Come to the First 2020 MAGNIFICAT BREAKFAST
to get 20/20 Spiritual Vision to help you see 
Our Lord and His Mother in you life clearly.
We need you to please register today.
 
San Diego North County
Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapter
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Mass 8:00 am / Breakfast 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
 
                     
St. Mary Parish
 
 Mass in the Church, 
Breakfast in the new Parish Hall
 
1170 S. Broadway, Escondido, CA 92025
 

Carmen Garcia
Guest Speaker
 
“Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light for my path. Psalm 119:105
Becoming a Catholic in her early 20’s is absolutely the most important event in Carmen’s life. Besides being the mother of three grown daughters, she is the grandmother of ten, and happily married to a wonderful Catholic man. Carmen served fourteen years as principal at St. Mary’s Catholic Elementary School, followed by eight years as assistant superintendent of Elementary Schools for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. She currently teaches Theology and is an assistant principal at a Catholic High School in Santa Maria, California. It all sounds so lovely and sweet. How did a girl raised in Godless chaos and shame come to be able to write the above statements? God is mighty and His hand is not too short to save as evidenced by the grace-filled conversion of Carmen Garcia against all worldly odds. Carmen lives in Santa Maria, California with her husband and currently serves on the Santa Maria Magnificat Chapter team as Historian. Come hear this inspiring story of conversion. You won’t want to miss this one. Don’t forget to invite a friend.
                      “My soul magnifies the Lord,
   my spirit finds joy in God my Savior … ”  Lk 1:46-49

 

In these words of the Magnificat, Mary proclaimed to Elizabeth her gratitude for the wonderful action of God in her life.  Please join us at abreakfast for Catholic women of the San Diego Diocese where we will share together in that same spirit of gratitude and praise of God.   After a meal, there will be a time of prayer for the needs of all present and an opportunity to hear one woman’s experience of the transforming love of Christ in her own life. 

 

Please plan to come and bring a friend to rejoice in the presence of the Lord.

  

“Glorify the Lord with me. 

              Let us together extol His name.”    Ps 34:4

 
SERVICE  TEAM
 
 
Mary Carey, Coordinator               760-489-5588
Lidia Rennix, Co-Coordinator        760-271-7743
Karen Forrey, Treasurer                619-300-7606
Cindy Rippee, Secretary               858-354-1791
 
 

  • Int’l Ministry based on “The Visitation”   Luke1:39
  • Diocesan Approval 
  • Spiritual Advisor:: Fr. Pat Crowley

 

Rosary Blanklet of Prayer – Remember our chapter’s commitment to Eucharistic Adoration and to pray the Rosary on the 25th of each month for the intentions of a New Pentecost, the Church, Magnificat, Sanctity of Life, Marriage & Family and World Peace.
 

Mail in Reservation by January 10th, 2020

 

Name: __________________________________________

 

Address: ________________________________________

 

City: ________________________ST: ____ ZIP________

Parish: _________________________________________

 

Phone (         )  _________________________________

 

Email: ___________________________________________

 

I need _______ tickets at $25 each. 

 

I am enclosing a check made payable to “Magnificat ” in the amount of $___________. 

 

______ I want to reserve a table for 8 people

            (Enclose a payment of $200.00)

 

Your Check is Your Receipt

 

WELCOME!
Reservations: $25 
Through January 10th, 
(After Jan. 10th, $28)
 
Limited Seating:
Advanced Reservations Requested! 
 
Please Pre-Register as soon as possible as seating is limited. We are counting on you.
 
For Reservations and  Information Contact: 
  Lidia Rennix
(760) 271-7743
Magnificat.northcounty@yahoo
.com
 
 
Reservations by Mail:
 
Please send a check payable to:  Magnificat 
c/o Lidia Rennix
1178 Orangewood Dr
Escondido, CA 92025 
 
Reservations Online:
 

Upcoming
Magnificat Meals
 
April 25th, 2020 
 Deacon Steve Greco
 
July 18, 2020
 
October 24, 2020
 
Mark your calendar
 

Individual Prayer
Available After Meal 

CD/Tape Orders,
available

Available:
Religious Gifts on site:
 
Jean Ryan
Madonna Arts
 
Barbara Ackerman’s
Spirit Books and Gifts
 
For more info regarding 
Magnificat
or to read Newsletters,
click here to visit the ministry website
 
Invite a family member or friend to attend with you and don’t forget to forward this invitation to anyone who may have an interest. 
God Bless You!
 

Glory Immersion

Glory Immersion

Every 4th Tuesday from 7-8:30pm at the Church of St. Timothy 2960 Canyon Rd. Escondido.

An experience with music, comfort and worship.

Be Part of our Homebound Ministry

If you or a loved one are unable to attend Mass due to a serious illness,

please call the parish office to arrange for a visit from our 

     Homebound Ministry. 

 

Thank you for your support-

Thank you for the support of so many and those that worked hard to share their blessings with those in need through

this year’s Christmas food baskets and

Toys for Tots drive!!

 

Do You Feel the Call to Serve in a Ministry?

Do You Feel the Call to Serve in a Ministry?

A call is an invitation from God to live according to his will and develop the potential in us.

¨ Altar Servers ¨ Eucharistic Ministers¨ Ministers of Hospitality (ushers)¨ Ministers of the Word (lectors)

We need volunteers for both the Main Church and the Deer Springs Mission Church

Please contact the parish office  760-744-1540

 

Thank you for your Generosity for World Mission Sunday

 

 

 

 

 

 

A total of $7,896 was collected for World Mission Sunday.

Your generous donations support Missions throughout the world by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Thank you!

 

 

Retrouvaille – Marriage Help

 

 

 

Not willing to give up on your marriage? There is hope.

Retrouville is a program designed to help struggling marriages regain their health.

It helps couples rediscover or re-awaken the love, trust an commitment that originally brought them together.

 

For more information about upcoming Retrouville Weekend program for couples, call 951-259-9474 or visit their website:

HelpOurMarriage.com

 

Charlie and Charlene Victory-Community Coordinators.  victoryretro@gmail.com 619-656-2102