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Greeting for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time 17 - 18 Oct 2020
​Second Collection for World Mission Sunday As I just mentioned, we have a Second Collection for World Mission Sunday this weekend. Covid-19 Restrictions prohibit us from passing out envelopes, but we encourage you to give what you can in the Second Collection. You can also go to the World Mission Sunday button on our website to donate to this at another time if you would like. Please remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. A FEW REMINDERS: DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. The chairs are placed according to Social Distance. Please remember that the phone is very sensitive to noise. Children must be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure that the restroom is properly sanitized. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Ninth 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. 1. You will be directed by an Usher during Holy Communion. 2. Please Maintain the 6ft. distance. 3. Remember to use hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. 4. Receive IN THE HAND ONLY. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.
​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday  in Ordinary Time, 17-18 Oct. 2020 Announcements for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time As you know, Scrip is available at the office on Monday mornings and on our website at any time. See Cindy Minarik after the 8 o’clock Mass if you’d like to buy Scrip on Sunday morning. Don’t forget that our website is the best way to stay in touch with our Parish & Diocese and, as we said in the Greeting, there is a button on our website for Mission Sunday this weekend’s second collection. If you’re interested in receiving the “Byte”, our Diocesan newspaper, make sure that you respond to one of the options on the back of the “Byte” that we recently received in the mail. The Department of Communications at the Diocese is offering a Zoom Specialization course on Wednesday, Oct. 28, Nov. 4, Nov. 11 & Nov. 18 from 6:00-8:00PM. Please call the office if you’re interested in participating. If you haven’t already contacted Cindy Minarik, we’d like to ask all Ministry Heads to provide Cindy with information about your Ministry so she can put it on our website. Please send your information to cminarik5057@gmail.com For those of you who are still not familiar with the EWTN network and website, please take a minute to see what is there for us at this time when we cannot gather easily. We cannot have Devotions, etc. in our churches, but EWTN is able to provide those for us via television and on their website. Take a few minutes and see what you’ve been missing. Our General Election is coming up very soon. EWTN has published a voting guide for our use. You can find it at the EWTN website along the top under VOTING GUIDE. You can also go to www. Ewtn.com/vote. We have also put a copy of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship in the bulletin board around the corner. Those of you who would like to help us sanitize after Mass, please see one of the Ushers. Please be sure to wait for the Ushers to dismiss you at the end of Mass before you leave your seat. All of these Announcements are posted on the Blessed Sacrament website, ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time 17 - 18  Oct 2020 ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for our Policemen & Women who protect us, for all First Responders & Firemen and for all who live with war and violence. 4:30 P.M. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Jimmie McMullen, Joan Miller & Frances Dehner, We also pray for the Cisneros Family, for the conversion of the Miller Family And, we pray for Healing for Lee

Greeting for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time 10 - 11 Oct 2020
​​Please remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. A FEW REMINDERS: DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. The chairs are placed according to Social Distance. Please remember that the phone is very sensitive to noise. Children must be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure that the restroom is properly sanitized. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time and Priesthood Sunday with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshipping together. Today’s Mass includes the following intentions. (See intentions on the next page.) This weekend we will celebrate Priesthood Sunday which we over-lo oked a couple of weeks ago and we have a special blessing for Father Eliseus after the Announcements.  We have music, but sadly no vocals are allowed. The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same.  You will be directed by an Usher during Holy Communion.  Please Maintain the 6ft. distance.  Remember to use hand sanitizer before you leave your seat.  Receive IN THE HAND ONLY. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way. ​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday  in Ordinary Time, 10-11 Oct. 2020 You may have received a copy of our Diocesan newspaper “The Byte” in the mail this week. If you would like to continue to receive “The Byte” in your mailbox monthly, be sure to respond to one of the options given to us on the back page. Scrip is available at the office on Monday mornings (Tuesday, this week) and on our website at any time. See Cindy Minarik after the 8 o’clock Mass if you’d like to buy Scrip on Sunday mornings. Please remember that our website is serving as our bulletin right now and this is the best way to stay in touch with your Parish & Diocese. Father Eliseus shares a new thought- provoking reflection on our website every week. Since our Website is the focal point for our parish right now, we’d like to ask all Ministry Heads to provide Cindy Minarik with information about your Ministry. Please send your information to cminarik5057@gmail.com As we said in the Greeting, we are celebrating Priesthood Sunday this weekend. So, at the end of these Announcements, John Cole (at 4:30); Joel Klink (at 8:00) will be reading a special blessing for Father Eliseus as we will extend our hands in blessing. Please be sure to wait for the Ushers to dismiss you at the end of Mass before you leave your seat. We’d like to ask that a few of you stay behind at the end of Mass to help us sanitize as we were doing inside the church. If you’re able to help, please see one of the Ushers for directions. Thank you. As we all know, our General Election is coming up very soon. EWTN has published a voting guide for our use. You can find it at the EWTN website along the top under VOTING GUIDE. You can also go to www. Ewtn.com/vote. We have also put a copy of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship in the bulletin board. 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-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time 10 - 11  Oct 2020 ​For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for our Policemen & Women who protect us, for all First Responders & Firemen and for all who live with war and violence.  Let us pray to the Lord. 4:30 P.M. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann &  Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller, Frances Dehner, Phil Cisneros, Barbara Ontek & Jimmie McMullen. We also pray for the conversion of The Miller Family And for Healing for Katie Matthews 8:00 A.M. We Pray for the Repose of the Souls of Frances Dehner & Barbara Ontek; We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka & Brian Slusser; We pray for birthday blessings for Mater Aranilla We Pray for safe & successful travel for Jerry & Lois Phipps We also pray for peace in our country, for God’s Will in the upcoming elections and all those affected by the many Fires & Hurricanes. FOR ALL THE INTENTIONS THAT WE HOLD IN THE SILENCE OF OUR HEARTS

Greeting for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time 24 - 25 Oct 2020
​​Good Afternoon/Morning and Welcome to Blessed Sacrament Catholic Community This weekend we celebrate The Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we are very thankful to be here together
praising God. A FEW REMINDERS: Please remember to be respectful of those of who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. The chairs are placed according to Social Distance.
(8:00 Mass only) Please remember that the phone is very sensitive to noise. Children must be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure that the restroom is properly sanitized. Today’s Mass includes the following intentions. (See intentions on the next page.)  The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same. 1. You will be directed by an Usher during Holy Communion. 2. Please Maintain the 6ft. distance. 3. Remember to use hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. 4. Receive IN THE HAND ONLY. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way. 
​​​Announcements for the Thirtieth Sunday  in Ordinary Time, 24-25 Oct. 2020
Announcements for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time As you know, November is fast approaching with All Saints Day & All Souls Day. All Saints is a Sunday this year, but a week from Monday is All Souls Day. Father will be celebrating a 9:00A.M. Mass on All Souls Day that will be Live Streamed.   As we did with Mother’s Day & Father’s Day, we’re asking that you email the names of your deceased loved ones to Bev Collard at bevandgeorgec@gmail.com and we will    lace them on the altar during the Mass. There is also an All Souls Day button on our website for your Mass donations. Father is also suggesting that we bring a picture or pictures of our loved ones that we can hold during the Mass. Thanksgiving is also fast approaching and we will again have a 9:00 A.M. Mass that will be Live Streamed. Unfortunately, this year we are unable to bring food to be blessed. The seasons of Advent and Christmas will also be here quickly and our Altar Society once again has items for sale. However, this year, these items are available from our website. To name a few, there are Advent wreaths, candles, ornaments, a darling tote bag and much more. The Altar Society is very grateful for your support in past years and they are hoping this year will not be any different. If you have questions about any of the items on the website, you should contact Maureen Franklin at 760-851-3927. As you can see, we depend on our website for a lot right now. Our website provides a very important means of communication for all of us.  If you haven’t already voted, EWTN has published a voting guide for our use. You can find it at the EWTN website along the top under VOTING GUIDE. You can also go to www. Ewtn.com/vote. As we’ve been saying, we have also put a copy of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship in the bulletin board around the corner. Those of you who would like to help us sanitize after Mass, please see one of the Ushers. Please be sure to wait for the Ushers to dismiss you at the end of Mass before you leave your seat. Joel Klink will now present the Our Lady of Guadalupe Award to Tom McBride. ​​Mass Intentions for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time 24 - 25 Oct 2020  For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for our Policemen & Women who protect us, for all First Responders & Firemen and for all who live with war and violence. Let us pray to the Lord.  4:30 P.M. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Jimmie McMullen, Joan Miller & Frances Dehner , John Lakey and We Pray for Heavenly Birthday Blessings for Ralph Garcia  We Pray for the conversion of the Miller Family, We pray for Healing for Lee Baillie, Jane Smith & Marsha Cole We also pray for a safe & fun camping trip for our Trail Life Troop and a safe return home. We pray for an end to the Rioting & Uprising in Nigeria, for peace in our country and that God’s Will be done in the upcoming elections. 8:00 A.M. We Pray for the Repose of the Souls of Frances Dehner & John Lakey We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka, Brian Slusser, Lee Baillie & Marsha Cole We pray for a safe & fun camping trip for our Trail Life Troop and a safe return home. We also pray for peace in our country, for God’s Will to be done in the upcoming elections,  We pray for all those affected by the many Fires & Hurricanes & for an end to the Rioting & Uprising in Nigeria

Greeting for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time 17 - 18 Oct 2020
​Second Collection for World Mission Sunday As I just mentioned, we have a Second Collection for World Mission Sunday this weekend. Covid-19 Restrictions prohibit us from passing out envelopes, but we encourage you to give what you can in the Second Collection. You can also go to the World Mission Sunday button on our website to donate to this at another time if you would like. Please remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. A FEW REMINDERS: DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. The chairs are placed according to Social Distance. Please remember that the phone is very sensitive to noise. Children must be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure that the restroom is properly sanitized. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Ninth 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. 1. You will be directed by an Usher during Holy Communion. 2. Please Maintain the 6ft. distance. 3. Remember to use hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. 4. Receive IN THE HAND ONLY. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.
​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday  in Ordinary Time, 17-18 Oct. 2020 Announcements for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time As you know, Scrip is available at the office on Monday mornings and on our website at any time. See Cindy Minarik after the 8 o’clock Mass if you’d like to buy Scrip on Sunday morning. Don’t forget that our website is the best way to stay in touch with our Parish & Diocese and, as we said in the Greeting, there is a button on our website for Mission Sunday this weekend’s second collection. If you’re interested in receiving the “Byte”, our Diocesan newspaper, make sure that you respond to one of the options on the back of the “Byte” that we recently received in the mail. The Department of Communications at the Diocese is offering a Zoom Specialization course on Wednesday, Oct. 28, Nov. 4, Nov. 11 & Nov. 18 from 6:00-8:00PM. Please call the office if you’re interested in participating. If you haven’t already contacted Cindy Minarik, we’d like to ask all Ministry Heads to provide Cindy with information about your Ministry so she can put it on our website. Please send your information to cminarik5057@gmail.com For those of you who are still not familiar with the EWTN network and website, please take a minute to see what is there for us at this time when we cannot gather easily. We cannot have Devotions, etc. in our churches, but EWTN is able to provide those for us via television and on their website. Take a few minutes and see what you’ve been missing. Our General Election is coming up very soon. EWTN has published a voting guide for our use. You can find it at the EWTN website along the top under VOTING GUIDE. You can also go to www. Ewtn.com/vote. We have also put a copy of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship in the bulletin board around the corner. Those of you who would like to help us sanitize after Mass, please see one of the Ushers. Please be sure to wait for the Ushers to dismiss you at the end of Mass before you leave your seat. All of these Announcements are posted on the Blessed Sacrament website, ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time 17 - 18  Oct 2020 ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for our Policemen & Women who protect us, for all First Responders & Firemen and for all who live with war and violence. 4:30 P.M. For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Jimmie McMullen, Joan Miller & Frances Dehner, We also pray for the Cisneros Family, for the conversion of the Miller Family And, we pray for Healing for Lee Baillie 8:00 A.M. We Pray for the Repose of the Soul of Frances Dehner, We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka & Brian Slusser & Lee Baillie And, for birthday blessings for Mitchell Harkely & Jim Minarik We also pray for peace in our country, for God’s Will to be done in the upcoming elections and for all  those affected by the many Fires & Hurricanes. FOR ALL THE INTENTIONS THAT WE HOLD IN THE ILENCE OF OUR HEARTS

Greeting for the Twenty-Seventh in Ordinary Time 03 - 04 Oct 2020
​​Please remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. A FEW REMINDERS: DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. The chairs are placed according to Social Distance. Please remember that the phone is very sensitive to noise. Children must be accompanied by an adult to use the restroom in order to ensure that the restroom is properly sanitized. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time and Respect Life Sunday with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here  worshiping together. 1. This Sunday is the Feast of St. Francis 2. This is the First Full Weekend of the month of October and Father will be blessing those of us with Birthdays & Anniversaries. 3. We have music, but sadly no vocals are allowed. The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance & Masks are still the same. 1. You will be directed by an Usher during Holy Communion. 2. Please Maintain the 6ft. distance.  3. Remember to use hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. 4. Receive IN THE HAND ONLY. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.  ​​​Announcements for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday  in ordinary Time, 03-04 Oct. 2020  Scrip is available at the office on Monday mornings and on our website at any time. See Cindy Minarik after Mass if you’d like to buy Scrip on Sunday mornings. Please remember that our website is serving as our bulletin right now and this is the best way to stay in touch with your Parish & Diocese. For those of you who don’t know, Father Eliseus shares a new thought- provoking reflection on our website every week. Since our Website is serving as our bulletin and is the focal point for our parish, we’d like to ask all Ministry Heads to provide Cindy Minarik with information about your Ministry along with current updates & event information. Please send your information to cminarik5057@gmail.com Faith Formation in person classes are being temporarily postposed. The Second Year Confirmation and First Communion classes will meet on Zoom on Sunday mornings about 11:00 o’clock. Students are being asked to watch their phones for an email from their teacher with an exact time. If you have not registered your child or children for Faith Formation, you can still register this Sunday after the 8:00 Mass and pick up your books or come to the office during the week. Last weekend we missed celebrating Priesthood Sunday. So, next weekend, Oct. 10 th and 11 th we will be celebrating with a special blessing for Father Eliseus. Please be sure to wait for the Ushers to dismiss you at the end of Mass before you leave your seat. We’d like to ask that a few of you stay behind at the end of Mass to help us sanitize as we were doing inside the church. If you’re able to help, please see one of the Ushers for directions. Thank you. ​Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Seventh in Ordinary Time 02 - 04  Oct 2020  ​For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for our Policemen & Women who protect us, for all First Responders & Firemen 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 & Theresa Hultz We also pray for the conversion of The Miller Family & for Healing for Katie Matthews  We Pray for the Living & Deceased Members of the Altar Society, We Pray for the Repose of the Soul of Phil Foss, We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner, and Brian Slusser We pray for Birthday Blessings for Russ Collard We also pray for peace in our country, and all those affected by the many Fires & Hurricanes. 
FOR ALL THE INTENTIONS THAT WE HOLD IN THE SILENCE OF OUR HEART