From Our Pastor First of all, I want to thank God for Fr. Sam’s presence in our community for the last three years. His gifts and talents were a great blessing for San Luis Rey Parish. I, the staff, and all of us wish him many blessings in his new assignment, let us continue keeping Read More
Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do people say I am?” They answered, “Some say you are John the Baptist, others Elijah or Jeremiah”. He then asked them, but who do YOU say I am? And Peter tells him he is the Messiah, the Christ, the Son of the living God.
We have two celebrations and two fun-raisers this weekend! First, on Saturday 8/26/23, we celebrate our Patron Saint, San Luis Rey. Then on Sunday, 8/27/23, after 5 pm Mass, we say goodbye to our Associate Pastor, Fr. Sam Nasada, OFM, as he moves on to his next assignment at St. Boniface Parish in San Francisco. Read More
From Our Associate Pastor I have always had a great fascination with superheroes, Saints, and all those who do extraordinary things. But when it comes to the love of a mother for her children, it really is admirable. I remember that when I was in high school, I had a classmate who was the son Read More
From Our Associate Pastor We are in the midst of the National Eucharistic Revival that seeks to restore our belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. But let us not forget that the Church also teaches that we, members of the Church, are parts of the Mystical Body of Christ. With that Read More
We are in the midst of the National Eucharistic Revival that seeks to restore our belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. But let us not forget that the Church also teaches that we, members of the Church, are parts of the Mystical Body of Christ.
Many of the world’s great stories are about treasure-hunting. Today’s gospel reading is also about that theme. The treasure being sought is “The Kingdom of Heaven”. What is that? We can paraphrase it as “The Presence of God”.
In today’s gospel, we hear about the parable of the weeds among the wheat.
Today’s theme is that Jesus “speaks” in parables. Christianity is a religion rooted in “The Word.” The Word made flesh in Christ and the Word that is incarnated in every Christian. Hence, language is something more than an instrument of communication, it is a form of human communion.
Camp only lasted 5 days, but those moments will stay with us forever. Our Core Team learned many leadership skills and discovered that God is calling them to be light for this world. They also found out that Fr. Sal is a great dancer!