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Greeting for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time 26 - 27 Sept 2020
​Please remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. We can visit with each other after Mass in the parking lot maintaining the 6ft. distance. Once you are seated, please DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. Remember that the phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it. Remember that children must be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure proper sanitization. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshipping together. The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same as they were inside the Church. Please remember that when it is time for Holy Communion, we must receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way. ​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 26-27 Sept 2020 As we’ve been saying, Cindy Minarik is available after this Mass every week to help anyone wishing to buy Scrip on Sunday. You can also purchase Scrip at the office on Monday mornings and on our website at any time. Since our website is serving as our bulletin right now, remember that it is the best way to stay in touch with your Parish & Diocese. As you know, daily Mass has begun again on Mondays-Thursdays at 8:00A.M. on the patio. Please remember that there is not a Mass on Friday except for First Fridays. Father has decided that as of the weekend of Oct. 3rd & 4th (that’s next weekend) we will once again have our Saturday 4:30 P.M. Mass and our Sunday morning Mass will return to 8:00 A.M. rather than 7:00 A.M. Both of these Masses will be on the patio. Thank you to those of you who have generously donated to help with the flood. We appreciate you very much. If anyone would like to donate to help with our out- of - pocket flood expenses, the best place to donate is to our DDF. We are over our goal and all monies come back to the parish. On September 29th , this Tuesday, EWTN will begin a Novena to the Mother of God for the Nation. This Novena will take place immediately following the daily televised Mass and at 6:30 P.M. every evening. They have created a special eBook to help you participate in this important devotion. Please seriously consider joining people from around the world for this powerful prayer for our nation. You can get your free eBook Novena to the Mother of God for the Nation at ewtn.com/novena. Our Blessed Sacrament website also has a link to the eBook Novena to the Mother of God for the Nation. There will be a REQUIRED all Usher & Task Force Member meeting this Monday, September 28th at 6:00PM in Mercy Hall. Please plan to be there. We’ve noticed some congestion as people are leaving at the end of Mass. Please be sure to wait for the Ushers to dismiss you before you leave your seat. Elaine Ashfield is continuing to be at the Church Office on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:00 for those of you who are not able to come to the office during the day to register your children for Faith Formation. Faith Formation classes will begin next Sunday, October 4 th from 9:15-10:15 after the 8 o’clock Mass. Children who are in the First Grade can attend the First Reconciliation Class. If you have a child or children who are in the Second Grade, but have not received First Reconciliation because of having to close our classes last March, please contact Elaine Ashfield about registering for the First Communion Class. Children who are in High School and have not been confirmed, can attend a Confirmation Class. Children who are 7yrs of age or older, are Baptized and have not received any other Sacraments, can attend the First Reconciliation or First Communion Class. If your child is 7 yrs. old or older and has not been Baptized, they can attend the RCIC (Rite of Christian Initiation for Children) class. If you are an Adult, Catholic or Non-Catholic, and would like to learn about any of the Sacraments, you can attend the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) Class. Anyone who has received all of their Sacraments, but would like to learn more about your Catholic Faith, you are welcome to attend the RCIA Class. ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time 26 - 27  Sept 2020 For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller, William Hillyard, Ronald Welte, & George Lear  We pray for the conversion of  The Miller Family We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner, Alberto &  Elsie Valmidiano, and Brian Slusser We pray for Birthday Blessings for Anne Lear  And, we pray for peace in our country, for the safety of all of our First Responders, our Firemen, Policemen & Women & for all those affected by the many Fires & Hurricanes.

GREETING FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 11-12 JULY 20
Please remember that even though things are a little different, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.  ​We continue to not have Missals or anything else in the pews.  If you don't already have the Laudate App on your phone to follow along with the Mass, it is an alternative to use since we don't have Missals right now.  The link for the Laudate App is  on the website.    If any of you would like to have a Missal, we do have them in the office.  Father Eliseus has decided that if you have picked up a Missal and would to use it at Mass, please make sure that you put your name on it and take it back home with you.    As directed by the Bishop, masks must be worn throughout the Mass except for receiving Communion. There will not be an Entrance Procession and Father will enter from the Sacristy.  There will not be a Sign of Peace and we will not have any music.  There will also not be a Recessional Procession and Father will go right into the Sacristy at the end of Mass.  We also cannot, at this time remain for private devotions after Mass.  If you must leave the church to use the restroom during Mass, there are signs posted in the restroom for proper sanitization as you leave.  PLEASE DO NOT LET your children go to the restroom alone.  Children 16 yrs. old and younger MUST BE accompanied by an adult in order to sanitize properly as you leave. When it is time for Communion, remember that Communion is IN THE HAND ONLY.  Please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your pew for Communion.  The Ushers will come to your pew, one side at a time, to direct you to stand on the yellow strips in the center aisle in order to keep Social Distance.  You should keep your mask on until you get to Father and remove it in order to place the Sacred Host in your mouth, then replace your mask and move aside to return to your seat.   At the end of Mass, the Ushers will dismiss you pew by pew to avoid any loitering outside.  Please be patient as you wait for your pew to be dismissed.  And, of course, there will not be any Hospitality.  Please remember not to touch or kiss the statues on your way out of the Church. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN  ORDINARY TIME.  11-12 JULY 20 As we said in the Greeting, we cannot at this time, remain for private devotion after Mass.  Please remember not to touch or kiss the statues as you leave and please do not linger outside.  Unfortunately, Father is still not able to be out front to greet anyone.   Until the restrictions are lightened up we continue to not have bulletins.  Please remember to continue to bring your own personal hand sanitizer to use just before Holy Communion.  Our website has updates from the Diocese from time to time so, remember to keep checking our website often. Our Thrift Shop Re-opened on Monday, June 15th. The hours are Monday & Thursday from 10 - 2 and Tuesday & Wednesday from 9 - 2.  However, they are in reed of 2-3 more volunteers to commit to work one day a week.  Our Thrift Shop has lost 4 of the 12 workers they had.  For safety reasons, there must be at least two people there each day.  If one of them cannot be there, they are not able to open for that day.  If they are not able to recruit more volunteers, they will have to consider closing again. The Thrift Shop is following the same protocol as the Church.  Masks are required and temperatures will be taken.  There is a table outside for those of you who are just dropping of donations.  Our Thrift Shop has been in operation and providing income for Blessed Sacrament Church for over 40 years.  It would be a shame to have to close it down.  Scrip cards are available at the office during the work week.  We still cannot, at this time, sell them on the patio after the Masses.  Please call ahead to be sure someone is in the office.  There are always people at the office on Monday mornings who can sell Scrip to you.  You can also purchase Scrip through our Blessed Sacrament website.  As of last Monday, July 6th, we began our Parish Office Summer hours which are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm through August 31st.   If any of you would like to donate to the Retired Priests and or Religious Fund, we will not be taking up a collection, but you can go to our Blessed Sacrament website and click on the link.  If any of you know of anyone who is in need of food, please have them contact Astrid Johnson at 760-367-6144 for assistance.   You may have noticed that we prayed for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Mike McNally in the Prayer Intentions.  Fr. Mike passed away on July 4th.  He was 91 years old and he served the people of God as a priest for 61 years.  Many of those years he was our Pastor here at Blessed Sacrament.  He will be missed by many of us.  Please keep his family and his soul in your prayers.   When you go to our Blessed Sacrament website, you'll see a link that will take you to the letter from Bishop Barns regarding Father Mike's priestly life and another link with information about Fr. Mike's services as well as a place to write a memory you may have of him.   We now have a white mailbox on the wall to the right as you enter the church.  This mailbox is designed specifically for private communication or suggestions that will go directly to Father Eliseus.  Father is the only one with a key for this mailbox.  Whatever you put in this mailbox will remain strictly between you and Father Eliseus.  After the Final Blessing, we will need about 6 people to help us sanitize befor the next Mass.  If you can stay to help, please let one of the ushers know as you leave.   MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 11-12 JULY 20 1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.   2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr., & Ann Boman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller & Fr. Michael McNally.  For the cnversion of the Miller Family. 3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka and for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Michael McNally.  4. We Pray for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Michael McNally and We Pray for Healing for Frances Dehner.  

Greeting for the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 29-30 August 20
Good Morning and Welcome to Blessed Sacrament Catholic Community Please remember to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of
those trying to pray quietly before Mass. As we’ve been saying, the video picks up our voices and movements such as our chairs scraping on the concrete, etc. If you have to move your chair, please pick it up and place it back down quietly. The phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshiping together. Remember, that the directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same as they were inside the Church. When it is time for Holy Communion, remember that we must receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before
you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way. ​Announcements for the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, 29-30 August 20 Tomorrow, Monday, August 31 st will be the last day of Summer Hours at the office. We will return to regular hours, 9:00-4:00 this Tuesday, September 1st.  The office is not fully functioning right now and there is not always someone in the office. But, if you have Mass Intention requests, please feel free to call and leave a message or drop it in the mailbox outside the office door. The Secretary will get back to you. Since we don’t have a bulletin right now, remember that our website truly is a place to stay in touch with our Parish and our Diocese. Scrip continues to be available at the office Monday through Friday. Please call first to make sure the Secretary is at her desk. Cindy Minarik is also available after this Mass every week to help anyone wishing to buy Scrip on Sunday. You can also purchase Scrip on our website at any time. It’s not too late to join the Million Rosary Initiative that began on August 15th. Just go to www.millionrosarymarch.com and join in. The United States is engulfed in a battle of good versus evil like never before & we are invited to join thousands of Catholics to commit to pray the Rosary for 100 days with a goal of over one million Rosaries offered in reparation and intercession for our nation. Please seriously consider joining this Initiative by signing up at their website which is on our Blessed Sacrament website. This Friday, Sept. 4th , we will celebrate First Friday Mass here on the patio at 8:00 a.m. On Tuesday, September 8th , will begin daily Mass again at 8:00 a.m. here on the patio. This is also the birthday of our Blessed Mother. We are going to begin Registration for the Fall Season of Faith Formation on Tuesday, September 1st . If you have children who will be going into the First Communion class or First Reconciliation class or the Confirmation class in the Fall, you should come to the office to register them and pick up a student book. Elaine Ashfield will also be available at the office on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:00PM beginning Sept. 1st. Please remember that at the end of Mass the Live Stream is still going until Father has left. So, please do not get up to leave before Father has gone back into the Sacristy and please follow the instructions of the Ushers as we do for Communion. Fr. Eliseus is asking us for prayers & good wishes for his birthday coming up on September 3rd. Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 29-30 August 20 For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence. Let us pray to the Lord. 1.For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr., &  Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller, Howard Gage, Donna Geiger, Judy Andreshak and for the Heavenly Birthday of Darrell Bowe
We pray for the conversion of the Miller Family  2. We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka,  Frances Dehner, Maggie Jones &  Astrid  Johnson.
3. We also pray for the safety of all of our Firefighters and all those who have lost their homes & businesses in the fires both on the East & West Coasts & for all those affected by Hurricane Laura 4. We pray for Birthday Blessings today for Leslie Collard 

Greeting for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 19 - 20 Sept 2020
Good Morning and Welcome to Blessed Sacrament Catholic Community Second Collection for Fall Combined Collection Remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. We can visit with each other after Mass in the parking lot maintaining the 6ft. distance. Once you are seated, please DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. If you would like to move from your seat, please get the attention of an Usher for help. The phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it. Please don’t forget that children should be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure proper sanitization. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshipping together. The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance &  Masks are still the same as they were inside the Church. Please remember that when it is time for Holy Communion, we must  receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.  ​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 19-20 Sept 2020 CONGRATULATIONS! To all those who were Confirmed by Bishop Rojas last Tuesday evening. Many blessings to all of you. A few of you have voiced concern about the security of the mailbox outside of the office door. It is very secure and can only be opened with a key. If you have Mass Intention requests or would like to drop off your weekly donation, you can place them in the mailbox. This mailbox is checked a couple of times each day. You can also call the office. Our Secretary is not always able to be in the office, but she will get back to you if you leave a message. Scrip continues to be available at the office Monday through Friday. There are always people in the office on Monday mornings if you would like to come by to purchase Scrip. Cindy Minarik is also available after this Mass every week to help anyone wishing to buy Scrip on Sunday. You can also purchase Scrip on our website at any time. We are continuing Registration for the Fall Season of Faith Formation. If you have children who will be going into the First Communion class or First Reconciliation class or the Confirmation class or RCIA for adults and children in the Fall, please come to the office to register and pick up a student book. Elaine Ashfield is also available at the office on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:00PM for those of you who are not able to get here during the daytime. Don’t forget that our website is serving as our bulletin right now and it is the best way to say in touch with your Parish & Diocese. Please remember that at the end of Mass, the Live Stream is still going until Father has left. So, please do not get up to leave before Father has gone back into the Sacristy and please follow the instructions of the Ushers as we do for Communion. We have begun Daily Mass once again on Mondays-Thursdays at 8:00A.M. on the patio. There will not be Mass on Friday except for First Fridays. You may have heard that we had another flood in the office last weekend. Some of you may have noticed the POD in the parking lot as you drove in this morning. We have much more damage than we had the last time and we have a $2500 deductible to pay. Even though our Second Collection this weekend is for the Fall Combined Collection, if you would like to donate to help with our out- of -pocket flood expenses, the best place to donate is to our DDF. We are over our goal and all monies come back to the parish. ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 19 - 20  Sept 2020 For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller, Judy Andreshak, Herman Kocher and for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg We pray for the conversion of The Miller Family We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner, Alberto & Elsie Valmidiano, for the newborn baby girl niece of Dawn Blue  For Jim & Cindy’s son-in-law Brian Slusser   We pray for birthday blessings for Cody Thrasher We pray for peace in our country, for the safety of all of our First Responders, our Firemen,
Policemen & Women & for all those affected by the many fires & Hurricane Laura 

GREETING FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 11-12 JULY 20
Please remember that even though things are a little different, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.  ​We continue to not have Missals or anything else in the pews.  If you don't already have the Laudate App on your phone to follow along with the Mass, it is an alternative to use since we don't have Missals right now.  The link for the Laudate App is  on the website.    If any of you would like to have a Missal, we do have them in the office.  Father Eliseus has decided that if you have picked up a Missal and would to use it at Mass, please make sure that you put your name on it and take it back home with you.    As directed by the Bishop, masks must be worn throughout the Mass except for receiving Communion. There will not be an Entrance Procession and Father will enter from the Sacristy.  There will not be a Sign of Peace and we will not have any music.  There will also not be a Recessional Procession and Father will go right into the Sacristy at the end of Mass.  We also cannot, at this time remain for private devotions after Mass.  If you must leave the church to use the restroom during Mass, there are signs posted in the restroom for proper sanitization as you leave.  PLEASE DO NOT LET your children go to the restroom alone.  Children 16 yrs. old and younger MUST BE accompanied by an adult in order to sanitize properly as you leave. When it is time for Communion, remember that Communion is IN THE HAND ONLY.  Please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your pew for Communion.  The Ushers will come to your pew, one side at a time, to direct you to stand on the yellow strips in the center aisle in order to keep Social Distance.  You should keep your mask on until you get to Father and remove it in order to place the Sacred Host in your mouth, then replace your mask and move aside to return to your seat.   At the end of Mass, the Ushers will dismiss you pew by pew to avoid any loitering outside.  Please be patient as you wait for your pew to be dismissed.  And, of course, there will not be any Hospitality.  Please remember not to touch or kiss the statues on your way out of the Church. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN  ORDINARY TIME.  11-12 JULY 20 As we said in the Greeting, we cannot at this time, remain for private devotion after Mass.  Please remember not to touch or kiss the statues as you leave and please do not linger outside.  Unfortunately, Father is still not able to be out front to greet anyone.   Until the restrictions are lightened up we continue to not have bulletins.  Please remember to continue to bring your own personal hand sanitizer to use just before Holy Communion.  Our website has updates from the Diocese from time to time so, remember to keep checking our website often. Our Thrift Shop Re-opened on Monday, June 15th. The hours are Monday & Thursday from 10 - 2 and Tuesday & Wednesday from 9 - 2.  However, they are in reed of 2-3 more volunteers to commit to work one day a week.  Our Thrift Shop has lost 4 of the 12 workers they had.  For safety reasons, there must be at least two people there each day.  If one of them cannot be there, they are not able to open for that day.  If they are not able to recruit more volunteers, they will have to consider closing again. The Thrift Shop is following the same protocol as the Church.  Masks are required and temperatures will be taken.  There is a table outside for those of you who are just dropping of donations.  Our Thrift Shop has been in operation and providing income for Blessed Sacrament Church for over 40 years.  It would be a shame to have to close it down.  Scrip cards are available at the office during the work week.  We still cannot, at this time, sell them on the patio after the Masses.  Please call ahead to be sure someone is in the office.  There are always people at the office on Monday mornings who can sell Scrip to you.  You can also purchase Scrip through our Blessed Sacrament website.  As of last Monday, July 6th, we began our Parish Office Summer hours which are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm through August 31st.   If any of you would like to donate to the Retired Priests and or Religious Fund, we will not be taking up a collection, but you can go to our Blessed Sacrament website and click on the link.  If any of you know of anyone who is in need of food, please have them contact Astrid Johnson at 760-367-6144 for assistance.   You may have noticed that we prayed for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Mike McNally in the Prayer Intentions.  Fr. Mike passed away on July 4th.  He was 91 years old and he served the people of God as a priest for 61 years.  Many of those years he was our Pastor here at Blessed Sacrament.  He will be missed by many of us.  Please keep his family and his soul in your prayers.   When you go to our Blessed Sacrament website, you'll see a link that will take you to the letter from Bishop Barns regarding Father Mike's priestly life and another link with information about Fr. Mike's services as well as a place to write a memory you may have of him.   We now have a white mailbox on the wall to the right as you enter the church.  This mailbox is designed specifically for private communication or suggestions that will go directly to Father Eliseus.  Father is the only one with a key for this mailbox.  Whatever you put in this mailbox will remain strictly between you and Father Eliseus.  After the Final Blessing, we will need about 6 people to help us sanitize befor the next Mass.  If you can stay to help, please let one of the ushers know as you leave.   MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 11-12 JULY 20 1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.   2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr., & Ann Boman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller & Fr. Michael McNally.  For the cnversion of the Miller Family. 3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka and for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Michael McNally.  4. We Pray for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Michael McNally and We Pray for Healing for Frances Dehner.  

GREETING FOR THE NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME .   8 - 9 AUG 20
Please remember that even though we're out here on the patio, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.  We also want to be aware that the video picks up our voices and movements such as chairs scraping on the concrete, etc.  Many who are watching the live stream have shared with us how distracting the sounds we make are.  So, let's all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it.  This weekend we celebrate The Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank and praise God that we can be here worshiping together.  You can still get a Missal from the office, but you must put your name on it and take it back home with you if you bring it to Mass.  Remember, that the directives from our Bishops are still the same as inside the Church. When it is time for Holy Communion, remember that we must receive in the hand only and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat  The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time, as they did inside the Church. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass as they did inside the Church.   ​ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
At the end of these Announcements, I will be reading a letter from our Bishops regarding the Pandemic.  This letter can also be found on our website.  Our Website also has the website for our Catholic newspaper (The Byte) listed if you would like to continue reading it.  As we're been saying, don't forget to keep checking our website often for updates regarding Masses, Scrip, etc.  Scrip is available for purchase at he office Monday through Friday from 8:00 - 2:00.  Please call ahead to be sure someone is in the office.  There are always people at the office on Monday mornings who can sell Scrip to you. You can also purchase Scrip through our Blessed Sacrament website at any time.  Don't forget that our office is on Summer Hours, which are 8:00 am until 2:00 pm Monday through Friday.  Since we are celebrating and live streaming one Mass a weekend, please don't forget your weekly donation.  Our weekly donations are what we depend on to pay our bills.  You can put your donation into the locked mailbox on the wall near the door of the office, you can mail it in or you can use the Online Giving button on our website.  Faith Formation will not begin in September this year.  It has been recommended by our Bishops that we start  at a later date.  Tentatively. we are looking at Sunday, October 4th as our Start Date.  We also will not be starting registrations at this time.  We will have more details available as we get closer to the October 4th date.  In case any of you have been wondering about August 15th, the Feast of the Assumption, the USCCB directives say that if this feast falls on a Saturday or a Monday, it is not a holy day of obligation.  As a reminder, Confessions are still on Saturday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 here on the patio. MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 8 - 9 AUG 20 1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.  
2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller, Fr. Michael McNally, Theresa Hultz, the Heavenly Birthday of Rachael Graham & the Deceased Members of the Altar Society.  
2. For the conversion of the Miller Family.
3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner & Fr. Juan Romero. 
4. We also pray for the intentions of the people of Lebanon.    ​​

GREETING FOR THE EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME .   1 - 2  AUG 20
Thank you to all of you who got up a little earlier this morning to attend Mass.  Since our Bishops have given permission to our priests to celebrate Mass outside, this is the best time frame for those of  us in the desert.  Please remember that even though things are even more different, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.  This weekend we celebrate The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus.  This is also the first full weekend of August and Father will be blessing those of us who have Birthdays and Anniversaries during this month.  Since we cannot congregate in the center aisle for the blessing, we will just stand at our seat.  Although this is a different setting than we would have ever expected, we praise God that we can be here worshiping together.  You are still welcome to use the Laudate App on your phone to follow along with the Mass and remember that we have the link for the Laudate App on our website.  You can still get a Missal from the office, but you must put your name on it and take it back home with you if you bring it to Mass.  The directives from our Bishops are still the same as inside the Church.  Our masks must be worn throughout the Mass.  There will not be an Entrance or Recessional Procession.  There will not be a Sign of Peace and we will not have any music.  We also cannot , at this time, remain for private devotions after Mass.  If you must leave to use the restroom during Mass, there are signs posted in the restroom for proper sanitization as you leave.  Please do not let your children go to the restroom alone.  Children 16 yrs. old and younger must be accompanied by an adult in order to sanitize properly as you leave.  When it is time for Holy Communion, remember that we must receive in the hand only and please remember to use your had sanitizer before you leave your seat.  The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time, as they did inside the Church.  You should keep your mask on until you get to Father and remove it in order to place the Sacred Host in your mouth, then replace your mask and move aside to return to your seat.  The Ushers will dismiss us at the end of Mass as they did inside the Church.  
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
We are so grateful to our Bishops for making it possible for us to be able to celebrate the Sacred Liturgy together outside.   Our website continues to have updates from the Diocese, so please remember to keep checking it often.  The information about previous closures that we've had and the current information about Outdoor Masses has been on our website and we will continue to have any current changes.  So, please remember to check it regularly.  You may have noticed that we have not been receiving our Catholic Newspaper, the Byte.  However, you can go directly to their website at www.icbyte.org.  The link is also on the our website.  Remember that the office is on Summer Hours, which are 8 - 2 Monday through Friday.  If you know of anyone who is in need of food, please have them contact Astrid Johnson at 760-357-6144 for assistance. Since we are celebrating & Live Streaming one Mass a weekend, please don't forget your weekly donation.  You can put your donation into the locked mailbox on the wall near the door of the office, or you can mail it in or you can use the Online Giving button on our website.  Faith Formation will not begin in September this year.  It has been recommended by the Bishop that we start at a later date.  Tentatively, we are looking at Sunday, October 4th as our Start Date.  We also will not be starting registration at this time.  We will have more details available as we get closer to the October 4th date. As you heard in the Prayer Intentions, Fr. Juan Is in need of prayer.  On Friday, doctors discovered a Blood Clot in his lung.  Please keep him in your prayers.     MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 1 - 2 AUG 20  1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.  2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Boman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller and Fr. Michael McNally.  2. For the conversion of the Miller Family.
3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka and for Frances Dehner, Shawn Collard & Fr. Juan Romero. 
4. We Pray for Birthday Blessings for Bev Collard.  ​​

ORDINARY TIME .   22 - 23 AUG 20
​Please remember that even though we’re out here on the patio, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.  As we’ve been saying, the video picks up our voices and movements such as our chairs scraping on the concrete, etc. If you have to move your chair, please pick up and place it back down quietly. The phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it.  This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshiping together.  Remember, that the directives from our Bishops are still the same as they  were inside the Church.  When it is time for Holy Communion, remember that we must receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time, as they did inside the Church. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME  22-23 AUG 20
​​Announcements for the Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time This will be the last full week that our parish office is on Summer Hours from 8:00-2:00. Monday, August 31 st will be the last day of Summer Hours. As we’ve said, our website is continuing to grow. Since we don’t have a bulletin right now, our website truly is a place to stay in touch with our Parish and our Diocese. Scrip continues to be available at the office Monday through Friday from 8:00-2:00.  Cindy Minarik is also available after this Mass every week to help anyone wishing to  buy Scrip on Sunday.  Remember, you can also purchase Scrip through our Blessed Sacrament website at any time.  As we’ve been saying, our weekly donations are what we depend on to pay our bills. As we move into the Fall season, some of the bills that we pay once a year will be due  and we appreciate that many of you have continued with your weekly donations.  The Thrift Store is still in need of one or two more people willing to work one day a week. If you or someone you know is interested in helping out, please contact Lois Phipps at 760-220-7330. We have a Baptism Class scheduled for this Thursday, August 27 th at 7:00 PM. Please call the office to register since we are limited to a maximum of EIGHT people. Remember that Confessions are still on Saturday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 here on the patio.  Scott Hann, along with EWTN, is inviting us to participate in the Million Rosary  Initiative. It began on August 15 th and will continue through December 8 th . The United States is engulfed in a battle of good versus evil like never before & they are taking action by inviting us to join thousands of Catholics to commit to pray the Rosary for 100 days with a goal of over one million Rosaries offered in reparation and intercession for our nation. The website for this is www.millionrosarymarch.com and it is already on our website. Please seriously consider joining this Initiative by signing up at their website. Father has decided that on Friday, Sept. 4 th we will celebrate First Friday Mass here on the patio at 8:00 a.m. and on Tuesday, Sept. 8 th we will begin daily Mass again at 8:00 a.m. here on the patio. The is also the birthday of our Blessed Mother. 
​MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 22 - 23 AUG 20
1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.  
2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller, Gloria Beeker, Pat Sermersheirm and Tim Smith.  
2. For the conversion of the Miller Family.
3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner and Manual Hinojosa. 
4. We also pray for all of our students returning to virtual classes this week.
5. We pray for the intentions of the people of Beirut, Lebanon.    ​​

GREETING FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 11-12 JULY 20
Please remember that even though things are a little different, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.  ​We continue to not have Missals or anything else in the pews.  If you don't already have the Laudate App on your phone to follow along with the Mass, it is an alternative to use since we don't have Missals right now.  The link for the Laudate App is  on the website.    If any of you would like to have a Missal, we do have them in the office.  Father Eliseus has decided that if you have picked up a Missal and would to use it at Mass, please make sure that you put your name on it and take it back home with you.    As directed by the Bishop, masks must be worn throughout the Mass except for receiving Communion. There will not be an Entrance Procession and Father will enter from the Sacristy.  There will not be a Sign of Peace and we will not have any music.  There will also not be a Recessional Procession and Father will go right into the Sacristy at the end of Mass.  We also cannot, at this time remain for private devotions after Mass.  If you must leave the church to use the restroom during Mass, there are signs posted in the restroom for proper sanitization as you leave.  PLEASE DO NOT LET your children go to the restroom alone.  Children 16 yrs. old and younger MUST BE accompanied by an adult in order to sanitize properly as you leave. When it is time for Communion, remember that Communion is IN THE HAND ONLY.  Please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your pew for Communion.  The Ushers will come to your pew, one side at a time, to direct you to stand on the yellow strips in the center aisle in order to keep Social Distance.  You should keep your mask on until you get to Father and remove it in order to place the Sacred Host in your mouth, then replace your mask and move aside to return to your seat.   At the end of Mass, the Ushers will dismiss you pew by pew to avoid any loitering outside.  Please be patient as you wait for your pew to be dismissed.  And, of course, there will not be any Hospitality.  Please remember not to touch or kiss the statues on your way out of the Church. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN  ORDINARY TIME.  11-12 JULY 20 As we said in the Greeting, we cannot at this time, remain for private devotion after Mass.  Please remember not to touch or kiss the statues as you leave and please do not linger outside.  Unfortunately, Father is still not able to be out front to greet anyone.   Until the restrictions are lightened up we continue to not have bulletins.  Please remember to continue to bring your own personal hand sanitizer to use just before Holy Communion.  Our website has updates from the Diocese from time to time so, remember to keep checking our website often. Our Thrift Shop Re-opened on Monday, June 15th. The hours are Monday & Thursday from 10 - 2 and Tuesday & Wednesday from 9 - 2.  However, they are in reed of 2-3 more volunteers to commit to work one day a week.  Our Thrift Shop has lost 4 of the 12 workers they had.  For safety reasons, there must be at least two people there each day.  If one of them cannot be there, they are not able to open for that day.  If they are not able to recruit more volunteers, they will have to consider closing again. The Thrift Shop is following the same protocol as the Church.  Masks are required and temperatures will be taken.  There is a table outside for those of you who are just dropping of donations.  Our Thrift Shop has been in operation and providing income for Blessed Sacrament Church for over 40 years.  It would be a shame to have to close it down.  Scrip cards are available at the office during the work week.  We still cannot, at this time, sell them on the patio after the Masses.  Please call ahead to be sure someone is in the office.  There are always people at the office on Monday mornings who can sell Scrip to you.  You can also purchase Scrip through our Blessed Sacrament website.  As of last Monday, July 6th, we began our Parish Office Summer hours which are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm through August 31st.   If any of you would like to donate to the Retired Priests and or Religious Fund, we will not be taking up a collection, but you can go to our Blessed Sacrament website and click on the link.  If any of you know of anyone who is in need of food, please have them contact Astrid Johnson at 760-367-6144 for assistance.   You may have noticed that we prayed for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Mike McNally in the Prayer Intentions.  Fr. Mike passed away on July 4th.  He was 91 years old and he served the people of God as a priest for 61 years.  Many of those years he was our Pastor here at Blessed Sacrament.  He will be missed by many of us.  Please keep his family and his soul in your prayers.   When you go to our Blessed Sacrament website, you'll see a link that will take you to the letter from Bishop Barns regarding Father Mike's priestly life and another link with information about Fr. Mike's services as well as a place to write a memory you may have of him.   We now have a white mailbox on the wall to the right as you enter the church.  This mailbox is designed specifically for private communication or suggestions that will go directly to Father Eliseus.  Father is the only one with a key for this mailbox.  Whatever you put in this mailbox will remain strictly between you and Father Eliseus.  After the Final Blessing, we will need about 6 people to help us sanitize befor the next Mass.  If you can stay to help, please let one of the ushers know as you leave.   MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 11-12 JULY 20 1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.   2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr., & Ann Boman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller & Fr. Michael McNally.  For the cnversion of the Miller Family. 3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka and for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Michael McNally.  4. We Pray for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Michael McNally and We Pray for Healing for Frances Dehner.  

Greeting for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 12 - 13 Sept 2020
​Please be respectful and remember that many of us are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. We can visit with each other after Mass in the parking lot maintaining the 6ft. distance. Once you are seated, please DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. If you would like to move from your seat, please get the attention of an Usher for help. The phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshiping together.  The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same as they were inside the Church. Remember that when it is time for Holy Communion, we must receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.  ​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 12-13 Sept 2020 If you have Mass Intention requests, please feel free to call the office or drop your  intention in the mailbox outside of the office door. The Secretary will get back to you. Scrip continues to be available at the office Monday through Friday. Please call first to make sure the Secretary is at her desk. Cindy Minarik is also available after this Mass every week to help anyone wishing to buy Scrip on Sunday. You can also purchase Scrip on our website at any time. Hopefully, most of us here at Blessed Sacrament have joined the Million Rosary March along with 1,374,700 others who have pledged to say at least one Rosary a day until December 8th . The United States is engulfed in a battle of good versus evil like never before. If you have not already joined in, it’s never too late. Just go to www.millionrosarymarch.com and make your commitment. That website is also on our Blessed Sacrament website.  We began Registration for the Fall Season of Faith Formation on September 1 st . If you have children who will be going into the First Communion class or First Reconciliation class or the Confirmation class or RCIA for adults and children in the Fall, please come to the office to register them and pick up a student book. Elaine Ashfield will also be available at the office on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:00 PM for those of you who are not able to get here during the daytime. Trail Life USA is having their Kickoff today from 3:00-4:00 this afternoon. They will be in front of the classrooms in a shaded area with canopies so you should be able to easily see them. They will observe Social Distance and wear masks. They are all very excited to be getting back to Trail Life and they are inviting you to join them & bring a friend with you. To learn about Trail Life, you can go to their website which is troopmaster@traillife29.org. Don’t forget that our website is serving as our bulletin right now and it is the best way to stay in touch with your Parish & Diocese. Please remember that at the end of Mass the Live Stream is still going until Father has left. So, please do not get up to leave before Father has gone back into the Sacristy and please follow the instructions of the Ushers as we do for Communion. All of these Announcements are posted on the Blessed Sacrament website, on the door of the office and in the bulletin board.  Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 12 - 13  Sept 2020 For the safety of our service men &  women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.
Let us pray to the Lord. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr., & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller, Bo Bowden, Herman Kocher & the Anniversary of Deacon Darrell Hill We pray for the conversion of The Miller Family We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner, Alberto and Elsie Valmidiano & for newborn baby girl niece of Dawn Blue. We pray for peace in our country & for the safety of all of our First Responders, our Firemen, Policemen & Women &  for all those affected by Hurricane Laura  We also pray for Birthday Blessings for Michael & Maria Harkley & Elaine Ashfield 

​​​​​​​​​GREETINGS FOR TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIMES - 5 - 6 SEPT 20
Please pray quietly before Mass begins. Please be respectful of this and remember that we can visit with each other after Mass in the parking lot maintaining the 6ft. distance. Once you are seated, please DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. If you would like to move from your seat, please get the attention of an Usher for help. The phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it.
This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshiping together. This weekend Father will be blessing those of us with Birthdays & Anniversaries in the month of September…which also includes Fr. Eliseus’ birthday! Today’s Mass includes the following intentions. Remember, that the directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same as they were inside the Church. Don’t forget that when it is time for Holy Communion, we must receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way. ​ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR TWENTY THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIMES   5 - 6  SEPT 20 Since we don’t have bulletins right now, remember that our website is the best way to stay in touch with our Parish and our Diocese. If you have Mass Intention requests, please feel free to call the office, leave a message or drop your intention in the mailbox outside of the office door. The Secretary will get back to you. Scrip continues to be available at the office Monday through Friday. Please call first to make sure the Secretary is at her desk. Cindy Minarik is also available after this Mass every week to help anyone wishing to buy Scrip on Sunday. You can also purchase Scrip on our website at any time. Many of us have joined the Million Rosary March along with 1,360,500 others who have pledged to say at least one Rosary a day in reparation and intercession for our Nation until December 8 th . If you have not already joined in, it’s never too late. Just
go to www.millionrosarymarch.com and make your commitment. The United States is engulfed in a battle of good versus evil like never before. Our Nation needs our prayers. Please seriously consider joining this Initiative by signing up at their website which is on our Blessed Sacrament website. This Tuesday, September 8 th , we will begin daily Mass again at 8:00 a.m. here on the patio. This is also the birthday of our Blessed Mother. We began Registration for the Fall Season of Faith Formation on last Tuesday, September 1 st . If you have children who will be going into the First Communion class or First Reconciliation class or the Confirmation class or RCIA for adults and children in the Fall, please come to the office to register them and pick up a student book. Elaine Ashfield will also be available at the office on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:00PM for those of you who are not able to get here during the daytime. Congratulations to Bobby & Gisele Moreno on the Convalidation of their Marriage! Please remember that at the end of Mass the Live Stream is still going until Father has left. So, please do not get up to leave before Father has gone back into the Sacristy and please follow the instructions of the Ushers as we do for Communion.
All of these Announcements are posted on the Blessed Sacrament website, on the door of the Church office and in our bulletin board here on the patio.
​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time 5 - 6  Sept 2020
For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence. Let us pray to the Lord. 1.For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr., &  Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller, Flo & Stan Andreshak & the Deceased Members of the Altar Society.   We pray for the conversion of the Miller Family
2. We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka,  Frances Dehner, Maggie Jones &  Carol Burns.                                                                                               .
3. We pray for peace in our country & for the safety of all of our First Responders, our Policemen & Women across the country & for all those affected by Hurrican Laura.  
4. We pray for Bobby & Gisele Moreno as they begin a new chapter in their marriage 
5. We also pray for Birthday Blessings for Father Eliseus last Thursday.   

GREETING FOR THE TWENTIETH  SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME .   15 - 16 AUG 20
Please remember that even though we're out here on the patio, we still want to maintain a respectful silence and be conscious of those trying to pray quietly before Mass.   Please don't forget that that the video picks up our voices and movements such as chairs scraping on the concrete, etc.  The phone is very sensitive to noises and we should be ware of those who are watching the live stream and that the sounds we make can be distracting.  So, let's all be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it.  This weekend we celebrate The Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshiping together.   Remember, that the directives from our Bishops are still the same as inside the Church  When it is time for Holy Communion, remember that we must receive in the hand only and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat.  The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time, as they did inside the Church.The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass as they did inside the Church.
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME  15-16 AUG 20
As we've been saying, don't forget to keep checking our website often for updates regarding Masses, Scrip, etc. We also want you to know that our website is growing almost weekly.  It's really exciting to see how how much it has grown in the last several weeks  There are more & more informative links as well as a link to our Diocesan website.  Since we don't have a bulletin right now, our website truly is a place to stay in touch with our Parish and our Diocese.We can purchase Scrip at the office Monday through Friday from 8 to 2.  Don't forget to call ahead to be sure someone is in the office and, remember, there are always people at the office on Monday mornings who can sell Scrip to you.  You can also purchase Scrip through our Blessed Sacrament website at any time.  Don't forget that our office is on Summer Hours, which are 8 am to 2 pm Monday through Friday until Monday, August 31st. As we've been saying, our weekly donations are what we depend on to pay our bill.  You can put your donation in the locked mailbox on the wall near the door of the office, you can mail it in or you ca use the Online Giving button on our website.Don't forget that our tentative start date for Faith Formation is Sunday, October 4th.  We also will not be starting registrations just yet.  We will have more details available as we get closer to the October 4th date. The Thrift Store is still in need of one or two more people willing to work one day a week.  If you or someone you know is interested in helping out, please contact Lois Phipps at 760-220-7330. We have a Baptism Class scheduled for Thursday, August 27th at 7:00 pm.  Please call the office to register since we are limited to a maximum amount of eight people. As a reminder, Confessions are still on Saturday afternoon from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm here on the patio. 
​MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, 15 - 16 AUG 20
1.  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.  
2. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger,  Joan Miller and Edwardo Aranilla.  
2. For the conversion of the Miller Family.
3. We Pray for healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner. 
4. We pray for Birthday Blessings for Leanne Duncan.
4. We also pray for the intentions of the people of Beirut, Lebanon.    ​​