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Fr. Chris and Rev. Rebecca Announce Their Farewell

Dear friends,

We are writing to you to let you know at the Vestry meeting on Tuesday, June 10, 2014, both Rebecca and I resigned our positions at Good Samaritan. We have been invited by the Diocese of California to work with them in starting a new church in the Mission Bay/Dogpatch area of San Francisco.

Getting to Mass

Are you looking for a way to get to Mass but don't have a car? See the Location page for directions by bike/on foot as well as which bus lines can be used to get to the Newman Center. On October 7th, the Outreach student ministers (Gaby Perdomo and David Woo) will be meeting by the Gilman Parking Structure at 11:45 a.m. to show you how to take the bus to Mass.

Communications Coordinator

We welcome Vincent Fung to the front office as the new Communications Coordinator. Vincent just graduated from UCSD with a bachelor's degree in Chinese Studies and will pursue his graduate studies as a Master of Music in Performance with a concentration in Voice at SDSU. He has been a member of the Newman Center for the past three years and has served as a Student Minister on the Liturgy Committee for the past two years. You can email him at cathcom@ucsd.edu.

Priestly Vocation Discernment Weekends

For Parents of Children Ages 3-12

We will have liturgical handouts with activities focused on the weekly Gospel for two different age levels during the summer months: children ages 3-6 and 7-12. You and your child can pick them up before Mass. They will be in a rectangular basket under the Offertory Table. Please return the clip board and pens to the basket after Mass; kindly place underneath the available copies (at the bottom of the basket) so others will see and know there are still worksheets available.

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Mass Times

Sunday: 12:30, 6:30 PM
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 12:10 PM
Wednesday: 8 PM
Details (including locations)

Contact Us

Phone: (858) 452-1957
Fax: (858) 458-0764
Email: cathcom@ucsd.edu

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