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Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Clergy
Rev. Devdas Masillamony Ext. 100
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
jestrada@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

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.
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 12:00 p.m.
Rosary: Daily after the morning Mass and other special occasions.
Our Mother of Perpetual Help: Tuesday following the morning Mass.
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


Kareen Georgee
Kareen.georgee@gmail.com
Irma Shute
irmashute@gmail.com

TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

PAGE TWO

As you know, our Bishop,


Robert McElroy, was with
us last Saturday, August 29,
for his first pastoral visit to
our parish. His visit was
very inspiring and encouraging. I thank all of you
for attending and participating in the various parish activities such as the Installation Mass and the
parish family picnic. The bishop was inspired by
your faith and your participation in the Eucharistic
celebration. The liturgy was well organized. I especially want to thank David Stevens and the
choir. The Summer Night event was amazing.
The school, the pastoral council members and other parish organizations spent many days in planning and organizing the event. It was well planned
and the food was delicious. I was particularly happy to see so many families and children in attendance. A word of thanks and appreciation goes especially to Patricia Payne and her team.
The readings today offer us an invitation to become humble instruments of healing in Jesus
hand by giving a voice to the voiceless, the needy
and the marginalized in our society. Todays
Scripture also invites us to open our ears to hear
the word of God and to allow the Holy Spirit to
loosen our tongues to convey the Good News of
Gods love and salvation to others. The first reading reminds us that God's eyes are constantly foSCRIPTURE READINGS

Date
Saturday, September 5th (Vigil)
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, September 6th
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

cused on the poor and the less privileged. God


especially cares for "the frightened, the blind, the deaf,
the lame, the mute," and He encourages them to "be
strong and fearless by reminding them of His constant care. (Isaiah 35:4-7.) This is why, in todays
second reading, St. James the Apostle gives us
some basic and challenging principles of social justice. He exhorts Christians to show no partiality
based on external appearances but to practice
Gods "preferential option for the poor." He warns
the faithful against scorning or shaming the poor
while showing special consideration to the rich.
(James 2:1-5.) Todays Gospel describes how Jesus, by healing a deaf and mute man, fulfills Isaiahs Messianic prophecy, "The eyes of the blind shall
be opened and the ears of the deaf unstopped." The ailments listed by Isaiah are symbolic of our interior
illnesses: blindness to the needs of
our neighbor, unwillingness to hear Gods voice
and the inability to speak words of praise and gratitude. Through this miracle story, the Apostle
Mark also reminds us that no one can be a true
follower of the Lord without reaching out to the
less privileged in society.
Therefore, all three readings today speak of a God
who is passionately in love with His people. Unfortunately, many of us have lost the ability to recognize the goodness of God and His Voice calling
us for action. We are asked (Continues on page three)

& INTENTIONS FOR THE TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME


WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6, 2015
Readings

Time

Intentions

Is 35:4-7a/Jas 2:1-5/Mk 7:31-37

4:30 pm

+Nasim & +Mary Sawaya & Living &


Deceased Family

8:00 am

Intentions of Hospitality & Service


Ministry Volunteers

11:00 am

+Lauro O. Navarro & +Eusebia A. Navarro

Is 35:4-7a/Jas 2:1-5/Mk 7:31-37

Monday, September 7th

Col 1:242:3/Lk 6:6-11

8:00 am

Intentions of Lori Glover

Tuesday, September 8th

Mic 5:1-4a or Rom 8:28-30/Mt 1:1-16, 18-23 or


1:18-23

8:00 am

+Frank & +Martha Barrack & Living &


Deceased Family

Col 3:1-11/Lk 6:20-26

8:00 am

+William Paul Bill Miller

Col 3:12-17/Lk 6:27-38

8:00 am
11:00 am

Wednesday, September 9th


Thursday, September 10th
Friday, September 11th
Saturday, September 12th (Vigil)
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, September 13th
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

+Linda Portman
Intensions of Jean Barrett

1 Tm 1:1-2, 12-14/Lk 6:39-42

8:00 am

Intentions of Gerardo & Flavia Marquez

Is 50:5-9a/Jas 2:14-18/Mk 8:27-35

4:30 pm

+Frank & +Martha Barrack & Living &


Deceased Family

8:00 am

+Mr. Jesus Torres

11:00 am

Intentions of Joey Brown

Is 50:5-9a/Jas 2:14-18/Mk 8:27-35

TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

PAGE THREE

Prayer list for our Military


As a faith community, let us keep

continued from page two.

to give hearing to the deaf and voices to the mute.


In the Gospel, the people who participated in Jesus
healing miracle became witnesses to the power of
God. They were unstoppable because of their personal experience with Jesus and his healing and redeeming works. We too are called to bear witness
to Jesus. A community that is called to bear witness to the love of Christ must not neglect those
who are bowed down. (Psalm 146:8.)
Jesus desires to give us His healing touch in order
to free our tongues, our minds and our hearts so
that He may speak to the world through us. He
invites us to give Him our hearts so that He may
touch the lives of people in our day through us, just
as he touched the lives of millions through saintly
people like Francis of Assisi, Damien of Molokai,
Vincent de Paul and Mother Teresa. Like them, we
too can become the voice of the poorest of the
poor, the helpless, the downtrodden, and the unwanted living in our neighborhoods. May the compassionate touch of Jesus allow us to hear the cries
of the poor and the sick and to proclaim to the
world like the prophet Isaiah, Be strong, fear not!
Here is your God . . . for He comes to save you.
Fr. Devdas

SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

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
CAPTAIN MARK LOMAHAN
ERIK GRIMM ET1
ADAM GRIMM BM3
1ST LT MARY ANDERSON

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


and want their name to be added on our prayer list, please contact the office at: (619) 463-6629 ext. 102 or via e-mail
parish@santasophia.org

PRAY FOR RELATIVES AND OUR FAMILY


Tiffanny Kelly, Madeline Leggio , Lilyne Hollingworth,
Michael Olson, Alma Lerma, Leticia Rebollar, Jean Barrett,
Frances Martin, Sister Margaret Eilerman, Lorraine Barrack,
Pat Lanwehr, Loren Nelsen, Dean Gray, John Sousa,

Charles LaVoie, Kari England

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

On Monday, September
7th, the Parish offices will
be closed in observance of
Labor Day. Mass will be
at 8:00 am.
SENIOR LUNCHEON - THURSDAY SEPT. 10TH
Come dressed in your
Hawaiian attire. Mass
will be at 11:00 am
followed by our catered lunch. Come
prepared to pay your
$10 annual dues and
$8 for lunch. You will also have the opportunity to
schedule your picture time for the parish directory.
Call Josie for reservations at (619) 466-0114.

August 24, 2015 - August 30, 2015


Plate
Envelopes
eGiving
Breakdown of gifts received
$0.00 to $5.00
$5.01 to $10.00
$10.01 to $25.00
$25.01 to $50.00
$50.01 to $100.00
$100.01 to $150.00
$150.01 to $500.00
$500.01 to $1,000.00

$11,656.34
$1,588.84
$8,701.00
$1,366.50
47
52
149
59
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5
0
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346

Preserving our Legacy Fund


St. Vincent de Paul

$10.00
$460.00

CONSIDER ELECTRONIC GIVING! You can set automatic


recurring
donations
at
our
website:
www.SantaSophia.org.

TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

UPCOMING EVENTS
JOIN US FOR COFFEE AND DONUTS
AFTER MASS EVERY SUNDAY
SENIOR LUNCHEON
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH - AFTER LABOR DAY.
SEE PAGE THREE FOR MORE INFORMATION

SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL MEETINGS


SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 7:00 PM DANIEL ROOM
FOURTH SATURDAY OF THE MONTH 2:30 PM VERHOEVEN
ROOM

LATINO SOCIETY
FIRST MONDAY OF THE MONTH 6:30 PM DE MOOR ROOM
SECOND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH 7:00 PM VERHOEVEN
ROOM
CHOCOLATE AND WINE SEMINAR
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 7:00 PM
IN PRENDERGAST HALL

UPCOMING EVENTS CONT.


ANOINTING OF THE SICK
FIRST SATURDAY OF
EVERY MONTH FOLLOWING THE

4:30 PM MASS

SAVE THE DATE EVENT


KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 6TH ANNUAL WINE TASTING
EVENT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH AT 6:00 PM
MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW

SVDP-SANTA SOPHIA CONFERENCE 2ND ANNUAL FRIENDS


OF THE POOR WALK/RUN EVENT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
26TH AT 8:30 AM AT OUR PARISH
CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS 1ST ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17TH 5:30 PM UNTIL 7:30 PM
IN PRENDERGAST HALL
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON

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
Ministry Office: (619) 463-6011 Fax: (619) 668-5458 Monday ~ Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

PAGE FIVE

SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

ANNOUNCEMENTS
2015-2016 RELIGIOUS ED REGISTRATION ~ PRE-SCHOOL-CONFIRMATION
Registration will continue Monday through Friday. 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 Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Santa Sophia
Court 2520, invites all interested contestants to participate in
our 1st Annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, October 17th from
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in Prendergast Hall. For an application to
enter your favorite chili recipe, please contact Chris Murphy at
Chrism2658@aol.com or 619-462-8058 after 4:00 pm. A cash
prize will be awarded to the first place winner. Space is limited
and the entry deadline is October 1st.

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.

Join the worldwide movement to protect mothers and babies!

MATRIMONY
Please contact the office at (619) 4636629, 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.

September 23rd November 1st

QUINCEANERAS

Vigil Location: Outside of Planned Parenthood abortion center


at 1685 E. Main St. El Cajon
Vigil Hours: 7:00 am7:00 pm every day
Local Contact: Vicki Whitmire - 40daysforlife.com/elcajon
(619)647-5793 or 40dayselcajon@gmail.com
CHOCOLATE AND WINE SEMINAR
Health Benefits of Wine and Chocolate
Seminar by Philip Goscienski, MD
Date: Tuesday, September 15th at 7:00 pm in Prendergast Hall
Cost: $5 which includes red wine and dark chocolate tasting

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

Sponsored by The Knights of Columbus


Ticket will be available at the kiosk after weekend Masses.

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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TWENTY-THIRD 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

SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

Be Part of Santa Sophia History!!!


Be part of Santa Sophia History
and be photographed for 2015
Directory. There is no cost to
be photographed, and for being
photographed you will receive a
free 8 x10 photo and a free copy
of the directory. See the insert
in todays bulletin or go to our
website, www.santasophia.org for the link to
make your appointment. You may also sign up
after Mass at the kiosk. At your appointment you
will have the opportunity to order additional photos for Christmas giving. If you would like your
name omitted from the directory, send an e-mail
to parish@santasophia.org.

WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS


J. BERNARD BARRIOS & JANICE BARRIOS

Sunday, September 6th - Rev. Charles Eis

DYLAN MONTGOMERY & MELISSA MCTIGHE


AND FAMILY

Monday, September 7th Rev. Raymond Elam, OSA

ELIZABETH RAMOS

Tuesday, September 8th - Rev. Msgr. William Elliott


Wednesday, September 9th - Rev. Peter Escalante

MR. & MRS. ALBERTO CHAVEZ


MONICA ESQUIBEL

Thursday, September 10th - Rev. Armando Escurel


Friday, September 11th - Rev. Arnel Espenilla
Saturday, September 12th - Rev. Silverio Espenilla

MR. & MRS. ALBAN PAIS


AND FAMILY
YONNAS MEDHANIE & SAMRA SEMERE
AND FAMILY

JOIN US FOR A FR. BARRON VIDEO SERIES


Interested in deepening your faith?
Meeting new friends?
We invite you to join our Womens Small Church
Group on Monday evenings for 6 weeks beginning September 14, 2015. We will be watching the latest Fr.
Barron Video titled, Priest, Prophet and King and
sharing our insights with one another.
We meet from 7:00 pm -8:30 pm in the CMO building.
Please join us and experience the love and inspiration
that only comes when or more gather in Christs name.
Need more information: Call Chris Villalobos
at 619-977-7403

History of Christianity
Classes resume September 16th
7:00 pm -9:00 pm

Topics for this semester include:


The Age of Reason
Spiritual Conquest of the Americas
The Enlightenment
The Great Awakening
Catholicism in the United States
For more information, contact Art Chagnon
(619) 955-3993 arthurchagnon@yahoo.com

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TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

Common Ground invites you to our


Books-For-Kids Bookraiser.
An evening of language and laughter with UnionTribune Columnist and former KPBS Radio host
Richard Lederer.
Door Prizes, Drawings, Refreshments and lots of
laughs!
Admission = 5 new or gently used chapter books
or $10 suggested donation at the door. 5th grade
level books are especially needed
Friday, September 18 at 7:00 pm - Foothills
United Methodist Church 4031 Avocado Blvd., La
Mesa 91941

Please RSVP to Michelle Regan at


619-670-1520

Saint Vincent de Paul-Santa Sophia Conference


would like to invite our parishioners to participate in our 2nd Annual Friends of the
Poor Walk/Run Event.
Held Saturday, September 26, 2015 a mile
around our parish staring at 8:30 am.
Registration required (no cost)
T-Shirts for those who register early at:
www.svdpusa.net/walk/1322

2015-2016
Religious Education Information
There will be a Family Orientation /Parent Meeting for parents who have registered their children for the 2015
-2016 Religious Education year. The meeting will be held Sun. Sept. 20, 9:00am-10:00am in Prendergast Hall.
Religious Education classes begin on Sun, Oct. 4th from 9:30am - 10:45am.
IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED YOUR CHILD/REN you can still do so in the CMO between the
hours of 9:00am - 3:00pm.
For the convenience of parents who cannot make it during those hours we will be open Thursday Sept. 10, &
Thursday Sept. 17,11:00am - 7:00pm.

Please register before the Family Orientation /Parent Meeting on Sept. 20.
All class assignments will be posted in Prendergast Hall on Sept. 27.

RCIA
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH?
Are you searching for
A deeper relationship with God?
A sense of belonging in a faith community?
A greater fulfillment of your mission in Life?
Have you been curious
Ever wonder about the difference between the Catholic and Protestant Bibles?
Ever wonder why priests cannot marry?
Or women are not ordained?
Ever wonder how Catholics relate to Mary and the Saints?
Get answers to all your questions about the Catholic faith.
Come and join us! RCIA will begin new sessions of Inquiry.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO JOURNEY ALONE!
Please give us a call for dates and times or if you have questions and would like further information:
Catechetical Ministry Office (619) 463-6011.

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619-698-5949

Authorized Agent
CA Lic. #0C63389

619-312-0000

Lic. #721748

Now offering "Energy Efficient


Improvements & SOLAR POWER

417 W. Douglas Ave.


El Cajon, CA 92020

Lemon Grove Veterinary Hospital


Anil Gowda, DVM PhD
7572 North Ave. Lemon Grove
(Between Home Depot & I-94)

619-463-0301 www.lgvet.com
$19.95 Complete exam for dogs/cats
LOW cost vaccine clinic: Sat 9am -1pm
No appointment / Exam fee necessary

Free Estimates

Silviano Huerta - Owner


Insured Lic. #886159

HUERTA'S
CONCRETE

No job too small

All Types of Concrete Work


Stamped Concrete Stone Work Retaining Walls
Patios Driveways Brickwork Concrete Overlay / Epoxy
619.303.7014 www.Huertasconcretesd.com

Stacey Kohler
Realtor CalBRE #0970650

(619) 764-8688

All Area

StaceyKohler@RealtyExecutives.com
www.KohlerRealtyKompany.com
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated

SANTA SOPHIA CHURCH/ 164

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