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Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Clergy
Rev. Devdas Masillamony Ext. 101
Pastor
frdevdas@santasophia.org
Rev. John Bosco
Ext. 107
Priest in Residence
musinguzijbosco@yahoo.com

Parish Staff
Bill Smirniotis
Ext. 104
Business Manager
bsmirniotis@santasophia.org
Sana Auro
Bookkeeper
sauro@santasophia.org

Ext. 103

Josephine Estrada
Ext. 100
Receptionist
frontdesk@santasophia.org
Mary Wilson
Ext. 102
Administrative Assistant
mwilson@santasophia.org

Music Ministry
David Stevens
Ext. 113
Director
dstevens@santasophia.org

Facilities Maintenance
Jim Kinney
Ext. 108
Director
jkinney@santasophia.org

Liturgical Ministries

Rev. Devdas Masillamony, Pastor


Rev. John Bosco Musinguzi, In Residence
MASS SCHEDULE: Sunday Vigil: 4:30 p.m. (Saturday); Sunday: 8:00 a.m. and
11:00 a.m. Liturgy of the Word for Children dismisses during the 11:00 a.m.
Mass. Monday Friday: 8:00 a.m.
Holy Days and Holidays: see bulletin and parish website for special Mass times.
NURSERY: Sunday, open from 7:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and from 10:45 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Closed from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Located on the north side of the
church.
CONFESSION: Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: The first Saturday of the month after the
4:30 p.m. Mass, or by appointment. In an emergency, please call the Parish
Office at (619) 463-6629.
DEVOTIONS
Eucharistic Exposition and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament: First
Friday of each month from the end of daily Mass until 11:55 a.m.
Rosary: Daily after the morning Mass and other special occasions.
Our Mother of Perpetual Help: Tuesday following the morning Mass.
MISSION STATEMENT
Santa Sophia Catholic Parish is a welcoming, caring, and vibrant community of
believers seeking to grow in faith, fostering a personal relationship with Jesus
Christ. Challenged by the Word of God, nourished by the Eucharist, and
empowered by the Holy Spirit we seek to build bridges to convey Gods love to
our community.
9800 San Juan Street Spring Valley, CA 91977
Phone (619) 463-6629 Fax (619) 463-8101
www.santasophia.org parish@santasophia.org

Rosemary Wellington
Sacristan
wabrsmry@gmail.com

Ext. 115

Santa Sophia Academy


Karen Laaperi
(619) 463-0488
Principal
ssaklaaperi@hotmail.com
Estela Diaz
Secretary

(619) 463-0488

santasophiaacademyoffice@gmail.com

Santa Sophia Preschool


Victoria Simanek (619) 463-0141
Director
vsimanek@santasophia.org

Catechetical Ministry Office


Office: (619) 463-6011
Bernadette Padlo
Ext. 111
Director
bpadlo@santasophia.org
Donna Hernandez
Ext. 110
Administrative Assistant
dhernandez@santasophia.org
David Stevens
Ext. 113
Sr. High Youth
dstevens@santasophia.org
Jr. High Youth

Ext. 110

Young Adult Ministries


Rachel Smith
rach.smith@yahoo.com
Teresa Sporleder
teresasporleder@hotmail.com

PAGE TWO

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

The readings remind us


that God is a Good Shepherd
and as a Good Shepherd He
redeems, guides, and provides for His people. As followers of Christ, we too are called to guide and
shepherd one another. The readings, therefore,
challenge us to use our God-given authority in the
family, in the Church, in work place, and in society, with fidelity and responsibility. In this conduct, pastoral ministry today is wider that includes
not only the pastoral care given by those ordained
as priests and religious or people in lay associations, but the loving service given by all Christians
who follow different callings to serve and lead
Gods people.
In the first reading, the prophet Jeremiah is hard
on Israel's careless leadersthe king, some priests
and some court prophetsbecause they have
shown no concern for Gods people, especially the
poor. They failed repeatedly to care for, guide, and
nourish Gods people. This failure of religious
leadership is one significant reason for Judahs exile. The prophet foretells that in the unknown future, after the cleansing disaster of destruction and
captivity, the Lords flock will have a true and
righteous shepherd. This new shepherd-king will
finally rule as God always intended. The second
reading introduces Jesus as the shepherd of both
SCRIPTURE READINGS

Date

JULY

19, 2015

the Jews and the Gentiles and explains how Jesus,


the good shepherd, reconciled all of us with His
Father by offering himself on the cross. Paul also
speaks about another reconciliation between the
Jews and the Gentiles, brought about by Jesus who
has accepted both into the same Christian brotherhood.
The reading from the Gospel of Mark presents
Jesus as the good shepherd fulfilling Gods promise given through his prophet Jeremiah in the first
reading. Here we see Jesus attending to his weary
apostles, who have just returned from their first
missionary work, while at the same time expressing his concern for the people who, like sheep
without a shepherd," have gathered to meet him in
the wilderness.
The Christian life is a continuous passage from the
presence of God to the presence of people and back
again. Prayer is essentially listening to God and
talking to Him. We should allow God the opportunity to speak to us and recharge us with spiritual
energy and strength by setting aside enough time
for Him to speak to us and for us to speak to Him.
Finally, there can be no true Christianity without
the proclamation of the Gospel. Teaching the
Word of God is essential to a Christian community. As a shepherd of
continues on page three.

& INTENTIONS FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME


WEEK OF JULY 19, 2015
Readings

Time

Intentions

Saturday, July 18th (Vigil)


Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jer 23:1-6/Eph 2:13-18/Mk 6:30-34 (107)

4:30 pm

+Nasim & +Sophia Fares &


Living & Deceased Family

Sunday, July 19th ~


Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jer 23:1-6/Eph 2:13-18/Mk 6:30-34 (107)

8:00 am

Intentions of Mr. Jefferson Sabilla


& Ms. Erin Brown

11:00 am

Intentions of Darrell & Nancy Eide

Monday, July 20th

Ex 14:5-18/Mt 12:38-42

8:00 am

+Mr. Robert Miller

Tuesday, July 21th

Ex 14:2115:1/Mt 12:46-50

8:00 am

+Ms. Alexandra Lorens

Ex 16:1-5, 9-15 (397)/Jn 20:1-2, 11-18*

8:00 am

+Mike Tighe

Ex 19:1-2, 9-11, 16-20b/Mt 13:10-17

8:00 am

+Nasim & +Mary Sawaya &


Living & Deceased Family

Ex 20:1-17/Mt 13:18-23

8:00 am

+Mr. James & +Mrs. Zula Brown &


Living & Deceased Family

2 Kgs 4:42-44/Eph 4:1-6/Jn 6:1-15

4:30 pm

Intentions of SVDP Society

8:00 am

+Rodolfo S. Balala

11:00 am

+Zuhair Sarafa

Wednesday, July 22th


Thursday, July 23th
Friday, July 24th
Saturday, July 25th (Vigil)
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, July 26th ~
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

2 Kgs 4:42-44/Eph 4:1-6/Jn 6:1-15

PAGE THREE

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Please stop by page 7 of the bulletin for


Giving Made Easy.
Choose movies based upon
reviews from a Catholic perspective:
CatholicNews.com/movies.htm
VOLUNTEERS FOR PRISON MINISTRY
Prison Ministry is an amazing spiritual and corporal work of mercy. For so many of these men, love
was missing in the early parts of their lives. Come
and be present for them on a Saturday morning
and see if it is something in your heart to do once
a month.
On Saturday mornings the Catholic men of Donovan Prisons Yard C gather in the chapel for
Mass or Communion Service. Three of the Saturdays per month there are two rotating visiting
priests as celebrants, as well as Bishop Brom celebrating once a month.
To participate and get a gate clearance please contact Paul Hedley by phone @ 619.218.2006 or by
email: anotherstream@san.rr.com

PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR NEWLY


MARRIED COUPLE
ASHLEY AND KEVIN CONNOLLY
Who were married here
at Santa Sophia
JULY 11TH

19, 2015

Prayer list for our Military


As a faith community, let us keep

continued from page two.

people entrusted to our care we must display the


compassion of Jesus by meeting the spiritual, social, and material needs of others by our works of
charity as individual Christians and as a parish
community.
Fr. Devdas

JULY

all who serve our country during


these

troubled

times

in

our

prayers. We pray especially for those of our parish


who are serving.
MAJ. BRANDY CULP
CASSY DETERS
JEREMY DETERS
VICTOR KAREH
JOSHUA LABANON

BRIGITTE FOX
LTJG. JAYSON NICHOLSON
ANDRE CLEVELAND
SGT. DANE JOHNSON

If you have a friend or relative who is serving in our military,


and wanted their name to be added on our prayer list, please
contact the office at: (619) 463-6629 ext. or via e-mail
parish@santasophia.org.

PRAY FOR RELATIVES AND OUR FAMILY


Jessica Kline
Brian Vanderberg
Ernest Stelmar
Leticia Rebollar
Brandon Ancho
Madeline Leggio
Lilyne Hollingworth
+Mary Alesi

Victoria Conner
Baby Jeevin
+Paul Villard
Tiffanny Kelly
+Ed Paige
Anita Sanford
Jean Barrett

Names in bold are newly added this week. Also pray for the special
intentions written in the Book of Needs in the back of the church.

COLLECTION REPORT
July 6, 2015 - July 12, 2015
$12,138.00
Plate
$1,122.00
Envelopes
$9,420.50
eGiving
$1,595.50
Breakdown of gifts received
45
$0.00 to $5.00
51
$5.01 to $10.00
143
$10.01 to $25.00
59
$25.01 to $50.00
26
$50.01 to $100.00
10
$100.01 to $150.00
4
$150.01 to $500.00
0
$500.01 to $1,000.00
_______
Total contributing households
338

Preserving our Legacy Fund

$80.00

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SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

DAILY PRAYER FOR PRIESTS


O Jesus,
I pray for your faithful and fervent priests;
For your unfaithful and tepid priests;
For your priests laboring at home or
Abroad in distant mission fields.
For your tempted priests;
For your lonely and desolate priests;
For your young priests;
For your dying priests;
For the souls of your priests
in Purgatory.
But above all, I recommend to you
The priests dearest to me;
The priest who baptized me;
The priests who absolved me from
my sins;
The priests at whose Masses
I assisted and who gave me
Your Body and Blood in
Holy Communion;
The priests who taught and
instructed me;
All the priests to whom I am indebted
in any other way
(especially...)
O Jesus, keep them all close
to your heart,
And bless them abundantly
in time and in Eternity,
Amen
PRAYER FOR OUR PRIESTS
Sunday, July 19th - Rev. James Conte
Monday, July 20th - Rev. Giles Conwill
Tuesday, July 21th - Rev. Brian Corcoran
Wednesday, July 22th - Rev. Edward Corcoran

JULY

19, 2015

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL


Did you know that
St. Vincent de Paul
Society accepts vehicle
donations?
Unlike the programs sponsored by other charities,
your donation can be used to directly benefit OUR
community. Used vehicles can be turned into much
needed funds to support the Santa Sophia food pantry, home visits, and all of many services provided
by our conference to your neighbors in need.
If you have a vehicle you'd like to donate, please call
1-800-322-8284 or log onto www.svdpusacars.com.
The process is quick and easy, the vehicle will be
picked up within 24 hours, and tax paperwork will
be sent back to you. YOU can make a real difference right in your own community.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a world-wide
Christian community rooted in the precept that in
the poor "Vincentians will see the face of Christ".
Through our monthly "Serving in Hope" gatherings, we learn to use our essential
elements:
Spiritual Growth, Fellowship and Service.
This is who we are. This is why we exist. If you'd
like to learn more, or just be part of a monthly
spiritual fellowship, come join us the 2nd Thursday
of every month at 7:00 pm in the Daniel Room.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has two meetings a month. The first one is the second Thursday
of every month at 7:00pm in the Daniels
room. The second one is the fourth Saturday of
every month at 2:30pm in the Verhoeven Room.

Thursday, July 23th - Rev. Gino Correa, OFM


Friday, July 24th - Rev. Aquinas Costello, OP
Saturday, July 25th - Rev. Msgr. Edward Creighton

1000 AM OR
LISTEN ONLINE AT www.ihradio.com

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SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

SENIOR CORNER

JULY

19, 2015

CHURCH IMPROVEMENTS

Discounts for mature shoppers


Are you looking for those special bargains? Here
are some additional merchants that help save you
money.
Dining
Arby's: 10% off ( 55 +)
Ben & Jerry's: 10% off (60+)
Bennigan's: discount varies by location (60+)
Bob's Big Boy: discount varies by location (60+)
Boston Market: 10% off (65+)
Burger King: 10% off (60+)
Carrabbas Italian Grill: 20% off on Wednesdays
to AARP Members
Chick-Fil-A: 10% off or free small drink or coffee
( 55+)
Chili's: 10% off ( 55+)
CiCi's Pizza: 10% off (60+)
Country Kitchen: Great Senior Menu (55+)
Culver's: 10% off
Retail and Apparel
Clarks : 10% off (62+)
Dress Barn: 20% off ( 55+)
Goodwill: 10% off one day a week (date varies by
location)
Hallmark: 10% off one day a week (date varies )
Kohl's: 15% off (60+)

Have you noticed the changes to our alcoves? Through the generosity of donors,
stained glass windows with six saints are being crafted at this time. The alcove openings
have been raised to allow the stained glass
windows to be seen while in church. Arched
corners have been added to compliment the
architectural style of the church. Three windows will be added to each side. The windows should be installed by the fourth quarter of this year.
What is Retrouvaille?
A program designed to help Troubled Marriages
regain their health. It helps spouses uncover or re
-wakens the Love, Trust and Commitment that
originally brought them together.
English weekend: September 11-13th
For information call (951) 259-9474
~ Space is limited ~
Spanish weekend: September 18-20th
For information call (619) 423-0182

Santa Sophia Catholic Church and Academy Office hours

Parish Office: (619) 463-6629 Fax: (619) 463-8101 Monday ~ Friday from after daily mass - 4:30 pm
Academy Office: (619) 463-0488 Fax: (619) 668-5469 Monday ~ Friday from 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Preschool Office: (619) 463-0141 Fax: (619) 463-8101 Monday ~ Friday from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMO Office: (619) 463-6011 Fax: (619) 668-5458 Monday ~ Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm & Sunday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

PAGE SIX

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

JULY

19, 2015

ANNOUNCEMENTS & UPCOMING WEEKLY EVENTS


I Love A Clean San Diego needs help assembling boxes of supplies
for our September countywide event, Coastal Cleanup
Day. Volunteers will report to our office in Liberty Station to help us
pack up bags, gloves and more for our 100 cleanup sites. Sign up for a
full day or just a few hours. Shifts are available Monday, August
17 through Thursday, August 20 from 10:00 am4:00 pm.
Call (619) 704-2782to sign up for a shift... or two!

2015-2016 RELIGIOUS ED REGISTRATION ~ PRE-SCHOOL-CONFIRMATION


Register now before fees increase in July! Registration will continue
Monday through Friday throughout the summer. Registration will take
place in the Catechetical Ministry Office from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
What to Bring: Fees and your child's baptism certificate, if not already on file,
are due at the time of registration. Special Note: Families who are not registered
at Santa Sophia must provide a letter from their parish priest giving permission
to attend Santa Sophia's religious education classes.
Prerequisite for Confirmation Level I: Completion of Religious Ed Level 8 or
graduation from a Catholic elementary school.
Prerequisite for Confirmation Level 2: Level I candidates must bring their
Sponsor Eligibility Form completely filled out, signed and sealed by the sponsor's parish priest in order to register for Level II.
The Grocery Outlet in Casa de Oro is holding their annual
"Independence from Hunger" food drive again this year.
During the entire month of July, shoppers can purchase a
pre-filled bag of groceries to be donated to the Saint Vincent de Paul food pantry. Patrons also have the opportunity to donate by purchasing a voucher for $1.00, $5.00 or $10.00 at store registers. As always, all
groceries and proceeds stay in our community to help our neighbors in need.
The grocery outlet is open everyday from 7:00 am - 9:00 pm and is located at
9805 Campo Road, Suite 110 in Spring Valley.
Please remember Grocery Outlet when planning your local shopping.

If you are interested in a small community Bible study group


throughout the summer, please contact Jose Nuanes at
(619) 328-2511.

UPCOMING EVENTS

5TH ANNUAL MYSTERY


QUILT WORKSHOP
SATURDAY, JULY 25TH
STARTING AT 8:30 AM
LOCATED AT PRENDERGAST HALL

JOIN UN FOR COFFE AND


DONUTS AFTER MASS
EVERY SUNDAY

EXPOSITION AND BENEDICTION OF THE BLESSED


SACRAMENT
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1ST AT
8:45 AM IN THE CHURCH

ANOINTING OF THE SICK


FIRST SATURDAY OF
EVERY MONTH FOLLOWING THE 4:30 PM MASS

SAVE THE DATE EVENT


INSTALLATION OF
FR. DEVDAS BY BISHOP
MCELROY
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH
AT THE 4:30 PM MASS.
SUMMER NIGHT EVENT
TO FOLLOW. MORE
INFORMATION ABOUT
THIS EVENT TO FOLLOW
IN UPCOMING BULLETIN

This group meets every Monday from 10:00 am to 12:00


noon in the CMO Room 2.

ARE YOU IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH SOMEONE WHO GETS VIOLENT WHEN YOU DISAGREE WITH THEIR OPINION?

This is a Safe Place Community: Santa Sophias team provides faith-based support to parishioners, family and
friends who suspect or know of violence in their relationships. Call (619) 663-9785 and leave a message. All calls
are confidential-no caller is identified by name. A team member will call and offer resources that can help in situations of child, elder or intimate partner abuse.

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SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Giving Made Easy


Electronic giving or e-giving is becoming popular as an emerging offertory option for parishioners. The parishioners here at Santa Sophia continue to make e-giving an increasingly popular method of giving. This
demonstrates that people are becoming more familiar and comfortable
with e-giving. Electronic giving in all its forms provides convenience to
parishioners and donation consistency to the parish. The benefits of egiving are numerous:

Our gifts are expedited, the system simplifies the accounting process
for the parish and strengthens the parishs base of regular support.
It encourages commitment and faithfulness of people to the parish.
It helps parishioners to prioritize giving in their budgets and helps
them make an advanced commitment.
It saves the parish money on mailing offering envelopes and processing checks. It therefore saves human resources which allows
those resources to refocus their time on other parish activities.
It is easy and convenient. It gives members an automated and practical way to easily prioritize giving in this fast-paced world in which
we live.
It creates a positive impact on the environment. An enormous
amount of natural resources are consumed in the production, processing, and disposal of paper checks. Studies show that electronic
payments have already produced more than a 50% decline in check
use since the year 2000.

Most online giving programs offer a recurring giving feature that allows online donors to schedule their church donations weekly, biweekly
or monthly. When all the options to give are available and donors are
free to set their own dates or days to give, either monthly, weekly or
biweekly. This enables parish to have a steady inflow of income on
which it can depend throughout the year. Many churches using e-giving
program have reported a steady collection, especially during the summer when many families go out of town or are simply too busy with
other activities. Instead of having to make arrangements for your contributions while you are out of town, you can use e-giving to continue
your gifts without interruption.
E-giving is very simple and convenient. If you wish to set up an egiving account here at Santa Sophia, visit the parish website at
www.santasophia.org and click the Menu button. Then click on the
Donate button, located on the left side of your computer screen. If you
need assistance in setting up an account, please contact Bill at the parish
office. He will be happy to walk you through the process of helping you
to set up your e-giving account.
Fr. Devdas

JULY

19, 2015

NEW PARISHIONERS
Welcome! We warmly invite you
to join our faith community. To
register, please visit the parish
office anytime after the morning
mass until 4:30 pm, Monday thru
Friday. Or you can pick up a
registration form in the vestibule
of the church.
BAPTISM
Please contact Donna Hernandez
at (619) 463-6011 for Baptism
preparation information. Parents
are encouraged to begin the
preparation process before their
child is born.
ADULT/CHILD
RELIGIOUS FORMATION
Please contact Donna Hernandez
at the Catechetical Ministry Office at (619) 463-6011 for more
information.
MATRIMONY
Please contact the office at (619)
463-6629, before setting the date,
time and location of your wedding. In the Diocese of San
Diego, couples should plan on a
nine month (minimum) period of
marriage preparation.
QUINCEANERAS

Please contact Susan Rosson at


(619) 861-4384, before setting
the date, time, and location of
your Quinceanera.
FUNERALS
Please contact Bill Smirniotis at
(619) 463-6629 ext. 104.
BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS
Submissions are due Fridays by
noon, nine days prior to publication.
Send to:
bulletin@santasophia.org

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www.santasophia.org

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