Malachi 3:19-20a; 2 Thessalonians 3:7-12; Luke 21:5-19. In the first reading, Malachi proclaims the coming judgment where the proud and evildoers will face destruction, while those who fear the Lord will be healed. In the second reading, Paul reminds believers to behave in an orderly way. In the Gospel, Jesus describes events that involve the persecution and suffering of believers, and warns them not to be taken in by false prophets or worldly signs.


Domenica 33A Del Tempo Ordinario
I profeti annunciano che si sarà la fine di questo mondo. Anche Gesù, come profeta si colloca alla fine della storia e mette davanti ai nostri occhi le difficoltà che non ci devono disarmare. Il bene alla fine trionferà e così “cieli nuovi e terra nuovi” sorgeranno.



上主日的福音中提到人死後復活,今天提到的仍是有關這方面的問題,以「上主的日子」 —— 世界末日為標題。耶穌說到那時有許多徵兆,但並不是末日立刻就到,不必驚慌,但我們可以明白這是天主仁慈地提醒我們,要時刻警醒。


From Fr. Gael: This is an apocalyptic reading for the coming end of the liturgical year. Actually, the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem had already taken place when this Gospel was written. So, when Luke puts in Jesus’ words about the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem, credibility is assumed. This is a time when the early followers of Jesus were trying to figure out where they fit in. They’re not welcome by the Jewish culture of Jerusalem. The Temple is gone. Who are they? They gradually work that out in the active following of Jesus Christ through the first Christian communities. In our secular world, you might say we are working out how we can give witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ. We would do well to ask the intercession of the first followers of Christ of that critical time to help us reaffirm our identity today as followers of Christ. The world needs us as much today as it needed them in their time. What bonds us together is the person of Jesus Christ. Jesus, yesterday, today and always. Amen. –Fr. Gael Sullivan, SDB


Presley McQuaid – Wyatt Kristian Ellis
Luke Ryan DiGiacomo

Brian Franzoia and Angelica Diaz

Rosalind Sabella Clark – Richard Harrington – Clare Salles Jurvig


Mass Intentions For The Week

Sunday  November 17, 2019
7:30 Marie Hong Tran +
8:45 The Aicardi, Dal Cin, & Camoriani Families +
10:15 Soul of Maria Kiu +
11:45 Wedding Anniversary of GB + and Ida De Martini – Charles Rudnick + (Conc.)
1:00 Steve & Lena Cuneo +
5:00 For the People of Saints Peter and Paul

Monday  November 18, 2019
7:00 Edward Sabini +
9:00 Anniversary of the Death of Valentine Te + – Ida May Flores Debrunner + (Conc.)

Tuesday   November 19, 2019
7:00 Virginia Sanguinetti +
9:00 Giuseppe & Antonia D’Ascoli + – George Silva + (Conc.)

Wednesday November 20, 2019
7:00 Thank you Dear God for All our Blessings
9:00 Louis, Eugenia, & Raymond Raggio + – The Holy Souls in Purgatory + (Conc.)

Thursday   November 21, 2019
7:00 Frank Sanguinetti +
9:00 Joan Coker + – Eileen Linehan + (Conc.)

 Friday  November 22, 2019
7:00 Birthday of Alexander James Markus +
9:00 Birthday Eduardo de Castro + –  Dora Varacchi + (Conc.)

 Saturday  November 23, 2019
7:30 The Giurlani Family +
9:00 Tony Scopel + – Eva Lari & Eugenia & Lorenzo Lari + (Conc.)
5:00 For the People of Saints Peter and Paul


Particular Items

Second Collection: Today we have a second collection for our parish school. Please be generous in supporting Catholic education!

Eucharistic Adoration/Scripture Study: Every Wednesday, we have Eucharistic Adoration from 7:00-8:00 PM in the Church. Scripture Study is at 7PM, but in the rectory.

Alcoholics Anonymous: The AA Meets every Thursday at 6:00 PM, in the parish center. “The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.”-Third Tradition.

All Souls Envelopes: November is the month of all the faithful departed. You can find All Souls envelopes in the pews and on the tables.

Mass for the Faithful Departed Homeless: On Saturday, November 23, 2019 at11 AM, at the Church of the Visitation, 655 Sunnydale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94134, the Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco, will celebrate a Mass of the Dead for our homeless brothers and sisters. “When they die, who remembers the chronically homeless and often mentally ill and alcoholic or drug-addicted men and women who wandered our streets? Often, no one. In many cases, no one around them even knew their real names. But they are children of God.”

Mothers Club Bingo: On Saturday, November 23, the Mothers’ Club of the Salesian Boys’ and Girls’ Club will host their annual Bingo Fundraiser. The fun starts at 11AM. Call 415-397-3068 for tickets and more information.

Thanksgiving Day Schedule: As always, on Thanksgiving Day we have just one Mass, at 9:00 AM. All are invited to join in thanking God for his overflowing blessings!

Help Feed the Poor on Thanksgiving? If you’d like to volunteer for our Thanksgiving Dinner for the poor and others of the neighborhood, email Marc at

Guadalupana Pilgrimage: Come honor Mary our Mother, under the title of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe on Saturday, December 7 at the annual Guadalupana Crusade Pilgrimage! Last year 30,000 people attended! The pilgrimage starts at All Souls Church in South San Francisco at 5AM, and after  various stops, ends at St. Mary’s Cathedral, where Archbishop Cordileone will celebrate Mass at 2PM. Please visit for more information.

Saints Peter and Paul Salesian School Accepting Applications: Our K-8 Salesian school is accepting applications for this year and next. Call the school at 415-421-5219 for more information, and visit to learn more about the school.
Saints Peter and Paul School Scholarship Fund: With San Francisco’s cost of living, lack of funds may prevent children from receiving a Catholic Education. The Salesians began by educating the children of the poor, and we are not about to exclude those who cannot make the total fee. But, like Don Bosco before us, we need help. Are there parishioners and/or friends who might consider contributing to the sponsorship of a student who might be otherwise forced to leave? All recipient family qualifications will be verified by Saints Peter and Paul School. For more information, feel free to call Fr. Gael at 421-0809 or Dr. Harris at 415-421-5219.

Pre-K Accepting Applications: The Laura Vicuna Pre-Kindergarten of Ss. Peter and Paul School is accepting applications for the fall semester. Please email or call  (415-296-8549) to request an application. Please visit our website for more details.

Religious Education-CCD: The 2019-2020 Religious Education-CCD program has begun. We still welcome and accept students from Pre-K to Grade 8. Our program is focused on Public school students who do not have an opportunity to have religious education in their school. Classes are held every Sunday from 9:45am to 11:00am. Students are asked to attend the 8:45am Mass, and we meet at the Pre-K room. The goal of the program is to help children to grow in faith and working together with parents we hope to help the children come to experience God in their own lives and to familiarize them with the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church.

Religious Education – RCIA -Rite of Chris Initiation for Adults: We welcome adults who would like to enter or inquire the Catholic faith. Or those who have not received the Sacraments of Confirmation and or Eucharist. Classes are held every Thursday at 7:00pm to 8:30pm at the Parish Rectory basement.

Choose Life! Walk for Life West Coast 2020: Join fellow Catholics and Pro‐Lifers of every and no faith from all over California and beyond as we stand up for the littlest among us at the 16th Annual Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco on January 25, 2020. There will be Mass at 9:30AM at St. Mary’s Cathedral celebrated by visiting bishop Archbishop Alexander Sample from Portland, OR. The rally begins at 12:30PM in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza, and the Walk, down Market Street, begins at 1:30PM. Last year’s Walk drew 50,000+ people. For complete information about the Walk, visit or call 415‐658‐1793.

Christ the King, End of the Liturgical Year: Next Sunday we celebrate the Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, and with it, the end of the Liturgical Year. “The Liturgical Year is the way Mother Church places before us the main events and teachings in the life of Jesus. When we remember the events and stories in the life of Jesus, we make them as real to us as they were to those who first experienced them. We bring past events into the now.” Each of the three Liturgical Years uses one of the Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark, & Luke. We will conclude Year C (Luke) next week, and, begin Year A (Matthew) on December 1, the First Sunday of Advent. Saints Luke and Matthew, pray for us!

Liturgical Calendar
Sunday 17 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday 18 Dedication of the Basilicas of Saints Peter and Paul; Apostles
Tuesday 19 Weekday in Ordinary Time
Wednesday 20 Weekday in Ordinary Time
Thursday 21 Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Friday 22 Cecilia; Virgin, Martyr
Saturday 23 Clement I; Pope, Martyr. Columban; Abbot.  Bl. Miguel Agustin Pro; Priest, Martyr
Sunday  24 Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

Your faithful donations of last week: $3,340.
Second Collection (St. Patrick’s Seminary): $1,710.
Weekly Parish Expenses: $20,715.
Thank you! Your parish appreciates your continued support!


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