Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday, January 22, 2017

Clergy Rev. Devdas Masillamony Pastor [email protected]

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Rev. John Bosco Ext. 107 Priest in Residence [email protected] Deacon Michael Maria [email protected] Deacon Jose Luis Del Rio [email protected] Deacon Vince Kapral [email protected]

Parish Staff Bob Ulrich Business Manager [email protected]

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Sana Auro Bookkeeper [email protected]

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Receptionist

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Mary Wilson Administrative Assistant [email protected]

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Music Ministry Suzanne Kennedy–Ballon Director [email protected]

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 God’s love to our community. Rev. Devdas Masillamony, Pastor Rev. John Bosco Musinguzi, In Residence Deacon Michael Maria Deacon Jose Luis Del Rio Deacon Vince Kapral 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 • [email protected]

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Facilities Maintenance Jim Kinney Director [email protected]

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Liturgical Ministries Rosemary Wellington Sacristan [email protected]

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Santa Sophia Academy Karen Laaperi (619) 463-0488 Principal [email protected] Estela Diaz (619) 463-0488 Secretary [email protected]

Santa Sophia Preschool Victoria Simanek (619) 463-0141 Director [email protected]

Catechetical Ministry Office Office: (619) 463-6011 Bernadette Padlo Ext. 111 Director [email protected] Donna Hernandez Ext. 110 Administrative Assistant [email protected] Sr. High Youth [email protected]

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Young Adult Ministries Irma Shute [email protected]

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The Santa Sophia Academy along with the Santa Sophia parish community celebrate Catholic Schools Week next week. The theme for this year is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service.” It is a week-long celebration, which gives us an opportunity to honor the mission of Catholic education, especially here at Santa Sophia Academy, given its significance to our children and to our parish community. Catholic schools play an important role in the Church, and knowing this, Pope Francis reminded Catholic educators at the World Congress held in Rome in November 2016 to know the spiritual and corporal works of mercy and offer them to students in Catholic schools as practical examples of how to live the Gospel. He said, “By teaching the Good News of the Gospel, Catholic educators guide our students to Jesus Christ and His healing mercy.” Catholic Schools Week is also a good opportunity for us at Santa Sophia to understand our role and support and appreciate our teachers and staff for their commendable job in helping our children to grow spiritually and intellectually. What do we do during Catholic Schools Week? I invite you to

JANUARY 22, 2017

make an effort to say “thank you” to our Academy staff when you see them around and stop by the Academy and visit the classrooms to see the wonderful paintings and artwork of our children. The readings today remind us that Christ has brought us from the darkness of sin into the Light by calling us to repentance and the acceptance of God’s rule. The first reading contains the prophetic reference to Christ as the Light that dispels darkness. Matthew wanted his readers to recognize that the Light Isaiah had spoken of had finally appeared with the coming of Jesus. In his prophetic mind, Isaiah sees this as if it has already happened: "The people who walked in darkness have seen a great Light. . . .” The Light he is talking about is the Light of Christ that scatters the darkness of ignorance and sin. The second reading advises the Corinthians to live as children of the Light, avoiding divisions and rivalries, because several factions had arisen among the Corinthian Christians, each claiming allegiance to its first Christian teacher or to a particular Apostle. Paul wanted the Christians to rise above these immature rivalries and to follow the humility and obedience of Jesus who had emptied Himself for them all. Paul argued that people who live in the Light must avoid divisions and rivalries. Christ (Continues on page three…)

SCRIPTURE READINGS & INTENTIONS FOR THE THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME WEEK OF JANUARY 22, 2017 Date

Readings

Time

Intentions

Saturday, January 21st (Vigil) Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Is 8:23—9:3/1 Cor 1:10-13, 17/Mt 4:12-23

4:30 pm

+Angelita Ruiz

Sunday, January 22nd Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

8:00 am

+Patrick and Amalia Young

Is 8:23—9:3/1 Cor 1:10-13, 17/Mt 4:12-23

Monday, January 23rd Tuesday, January 24th Wednesday, January 25th

Thursday, January 26th Friday, January 27th

Heb 9:15, 24-28/Mk 3:22-30

Heb 10:1-10/Mk 3:31-35 Acts 22:3-16 /Mk 16:15-18 Tit 1:1-5 /Mk 4:21-25 Heb 10:32-39/Mk 4:26-34

Saturday, January 28th (Vigil) Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Zep 2:3; 3:12-13/1 Cor 1:26-31/Mt 5:1-12a

Sunday, January 29th Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Zep 2:3; 3:12-13/1 Cor 1:26-31/Mt 5:1-12a

11:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am

+Larry Murphy +Gisela McGarry +Thomas Grettenberger +Carl Grettenberger +Gene Trachta +Gabrielle Riley

4:30 pm

Int. of SVPP Society

8:00 am

+David Schleisman

11:00 am

+David Harris

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

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cannot be divided, nor can His message be changed to suit its hearers.

1st Reconciliation Retreat for Parents & Candidates

In today's Gospel passage, Matthew explains that what had been prophesied by Isaiah was fulfilled through the preaching and healing ministry of Jesus. By His ministry of inviting people to the kingdom of God by repentance, Jesus brought light to people living in darkness, thus fulfilling God’s original promise. The second part of the Gospel describes the call of the first disciples, and Jesus' own teaching and healing ministry, inviting people to repent of their sins and accept the Good News of God’s rule, which He was preaching. The disciples were ordinary fishermen with no formal training but were chosen to preach the Good News. God calls ordinary people and makes them extraordinary, because we are all called to be teachers, called to know and bear witness to the truth, Jesus Christ, and to become effective witnesses to the Gospel.

On Tues, Jan 24th from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. there will be a retreat evening in Prendergast Hall. This retreat evening is for all parents and candidates in grade 2 or higher registered with Religious Education or attending the Academy. Looking forward to seeing you there!

As we celebrate Catholic Schools Week, the readings remind us that we are called by God, both individually and collectively. The call is both a privilege and responsibility. The mission of preaching, teaching and healing which Jesus began in Galilee is now the responsibility of the Church and of each individual. Our response to the call begins with our Baptism and that response is strengthened by the Eucharist and other Sacraments. As we celebrate Catholic Schools Week let us thank God for our faith and our Academy and its service to our parish community. Knowing our responsibility, let us assist our children to grow in faith and to understand and appreciate God’s mercy.

Fr. Devdas

Women's Guild Our monthly meeting will be held on Monday, January 23rd at 10:00 a.m. in the CMO room 4. All women of the parish are invited to come visit and see what we do for our parish. We have no annual dues and welcome all ages. Hope that you will come meet us.

COMING SOON The ICF famous Sausage and Meatball sandwiches will be coming soon to Santa Sophia. Get ready to enjoy these mouth-watering delicacies in the very near future. Time - date - and price will appear in up-coming bulletins. BE READY !!!!! COLLECTION REPORT January 9th , 2016 - January 15th , 2017

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Total contributing households St. Vincent de Paul De Moor Room Project

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317 $445 $800

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"DENIM AND DIAMONDS ...

A COUNTRY WESTERN LUNCHEON AFFAIR" Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Sheraton Hotel Mission Valley 1433 Camino Del Rio South San Diego 92108 10:45 a.m. - Silent Auction Preview & Social Hour 12:00 Noon- Luncheon, Entertainment & Opportunity Drawing. $55 per person; Free Parking Proceeds benefit the children at Father Joe's Villages. Reservations and information: Contact [email protected] or 858-453-9640; [email protected] or 858-453-7016.

Save the Date The Knights of Columbus Council 9332 Invite you to our: ANNUAL Sweetheart Dinner-Dance Saturday, February 18, 2017 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Prendergast Hall Santa Sophia Parish Stay tuned for more details….. Coming soon!

A Great Big Thank You

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Diocesan Revival Everyone is invited to the 2017 Diocesan Revival to be held at Christ the King Parish on February 6th, 7th and 8th, at 7:00 pm. This year’s theme is “Be Contagious”, preached by Deacon Douglas Johnson from Los Angeles. Come worship and sing along with the Gospel Choirs from St. Rita and Christ the King parishes. Free, refreshments each evening.

Join The Kid’s Chorale Now is a great time to join the Santa Sophia Kid’s Chorale! Any students 2nd-8th grade (exceptions made if your younger child can read) are welcome to join – no auditions or fees. Rehearsals are every Thursday from 4:00-5:00 pm in the Academy Music Room. It is a great training ground for your children musically, spiritually and socially. Questions? Contact our Music Director, Suzanne Kennedy-Ballon at [email protected]

Knights of Columbus 5th Sunday Rosary Sunday, January 29th, following the 8:00 am Mass, the Knights of Columbus will lead the rosary for all parishioners who would like to participate. "Prayer can truly change your life. For it turns your attention away from yourself and directs your mind and heart toward the Lord." - Saint John Paul II. All are welcome to pray the rosary with the Knights.

to SANTA SOPHIA COMMUNITY for your generous support again of our Annual Baby Shower. Thank you, thank you, thank you! SS COMMUNITY FOR LIFE

IS THERE SOMEONE IN YOUR LIFE YOU ARE PHYSICALLY AFRAID OF ? This is a Safe Place Community: Santa Sophia’s 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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JANUARY 22, 2017

Annual Stewardship Renewal In this fourth weekend of the Annual Stewardship Renewal campaign we are reminded that Jesus brought the light of hope to a weary world. This is reflected in the Church Jesus built with His Apostles. These Apostles were called by the Son of God and they answered Him. As members of this Church, we are all called by God but how do we answer Him? Please dedicate some of your time this week to pray, reflect on Sunday’s readings and examine your own spiritual formation (through the Sacraments, the Church and its traditions) in the Personal Reflection sheet. Remember to pick up this week’s prayer card, keep it with you and use it throughout the week for those special “prayer opportunities”. We invite all of you to join your fellow parishioners in the Vestibule after the 4:30 p.m. Mass on Saturday, in Prendergast Hall after the 8 a.m. Mass on Sunday and in the Vestibule after the 11 A.m. Mass on Sunday to share your thoughts on formation during this Annual Stewardship Renewal campaign. May God be with and bless you throughout this week.

Connection to Christ Like many people these days, I’m a bit overwhelmed with a busy schedule. There never seems to be enough time to do all I would like to do, and that leaves me with a longing to at least do something meaningful to keep the rest of life in balance. I am longing for a deeper connection to God and to share that experience with others who have a similar desire. With all my involvements and tight schedule, I wondered when I would get a chance to develop connections with companions on the faith journey. Recently I was invited to explore a weekly meeting with fellow parishioners from Santa Sophia who have committed themselves to learning more and sharing their faith journey with others. This sounded like just the opportunity that I had been looking for, and after my husband Rom and I talked it over and prayed about it we made the commitment to meet with a group on Monday evenings. It is called Connection to Christ (C2C) and we have been meeting weekly since the beginning of Advent. Together, we are learning about Jesus mission, how he formed and sent disciples into the world and how we are called to do the same. We pray together, read and meditate on Scripture and share our experiences in a deep and profound way. We will be launching small Lenten groups for our parish, starting the week of February 19th. The groups will meet weekly for the six weeks of Lent and will be following a similar format of meditating on Scripture, discussing it and sharing the gift with others. Unlike other small groups, the focus of Connection to Christ is formation and evangelization. It is equipping us with the tools of the faith so we can grow and in turn, help lead others to Christ, because that is our mission. I have experienced growth in my relationship with Christ by being part of this journey and I encourage you to become a part of it as well. Over the next few weeks, there will be announcements about C2C and sign-up sheets will be made available for those who want to be part of this journey. There will be multiple meeting dates and times available to try to accommodate your schedule. We are all busy and may not think we have time for this, but I want to encourage you to pray about it. Lent is the perfect time to grow closer to Christ and to your fellow parishioners. We are very blessed to have this opportunity at our parish and I hope you will take advantage of the invitation to Connection to Christ, it can change things in your life and bring you and your family closer to Christ. -Kay Smith

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PRAYER REQUESTS Military Service Members As a faith community, let us keep all who serve our country during these troubled times in our prayers. We pray especially for those of our parish who are serving.

Dominic Bloemendaal USMC Erik Grimm ET1, US Navy Lt. Martin Howard Adam Grimm BM2, US Navy Sgt. Dane Johnson Matthew Ricacho Staff Sgt. USAF

If you have a friend or relative who is serving in our military, and want their name to be added to our prayer list, please send an email to [email protected] or call the parish office.

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. Sunday, January 22nd – Rev. Raymond O’Donnell Monday, January 23rd - Rev. Agustin Opalalic Tuesday, January 24th– Rev. Bruce Orsborn Wednesday, January 25th-Rev. Michael Ortiz Thursday, January 26th-Rev. Msgr. Jeremiah O’Sullivan Friday, January 27th- Rev. Ronald Pachence Saturday, January 28th- Rev. Richard Pagano

Family and Friends Madeline Leggio, William Kelly, Aubree Ghering, Maureen Malabanan, Rachael Bowers, Kevin Kugblenu, Ofelia Rivera, Joy Darrah, Fadia Najjar, Willy Williams, Frankie Blas, Louisa Quitugua, Rosa San Nicolas, Connie Mesa, Maria Quintanilla 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.

Welcome New Parishioners Mr. Luis-Angel Torres Ms. Cristina Romero Mr. & Mrs. Matt Rookus

Registration forms are available in the rectory, on the side tables and also in the vestibule of the church.

Santa Sophia Preschool New Student Registration 2017-2018 If you have a young child age 2 years and 9 months of age (fully toilet trained) or children who are not ready for Kindergarten and are considering preschool, please make note of the following dates. We do not want any child to miss out on a great preschool experience. Santa Sophia Academy Preschool will be opening registration for the Fall 2017-2018 school year as follows: February 6th- Priority registration for returning Santa Sophia Preschool Families. February 13th- Registration begins for siblings of students currently attending Santa Sophia Academy. February 21st-Registration opens for Santa Sophia Parishioner children and grandchildren. February 27th- Registration open to the public. At Santa Sophia Academy Preschool our goal is to provide the highest quality educational preschool experience in a safe and loving Christ centered environment for your child. Our goal is to provide educational experiences to develop the whole child, providing curriculum to encourage spiritual, emotional, social, intellectual and physical growth. At Santa Sophia Preschool we believe “a child’s work is play” and that at a young age children learn best engaging in hands-on learning experiences. We provide experiences in the areas of math, science, music, cooking, art, dramatic play, language and literature.

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THIS WEEK AT SANTA SOPHIA MONDAY, JANUARY 23RD SPANISH PRAYER GROUP 9:00 AM-DEMOOR ROOM SMALL CHURCH COMMUNITIES 10:00 AM-CMO ROOM 2 WOMENS GUILD MEETING 10:00 AM-CMO ROOM 5 CMO 6:30 PM-PRENDERGAST HALL MENS BIBLE STUDY 7:00 PM-CMO ROOM 1 WOMENS BIBLE STUDY 7:00 PM-CMO ROOM4 TUESDAY, JANUARY 24TH SS ACADEMY ASSEMBLY 8:00 AM –PRENDERGAST HALL SMALL CHURCH COMMUNITIES 9:30 AM-CMO ROOM 2 CUB SCOUTS 355 PACK MEETING 6:30 PM-RESOURCE ROOM 1 & 2 FIRST RECONCILIATION PARENT MEETING 6:30 PM-PRENDERGAST HALL BOY SCOUTS 7:00 PM –DEMOOR ROOM KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 7:00 PM-VERHOEVEN RO0M

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25TH SMALL CHURCH COMMUNITIES (MANNING) 10:00 AM – CMO ROOM 2 CONFESSIONS IN CHURCH 5:00 PM-CHURCH BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY 7:00 PM-ACADEMY LIBRARY RCIA 7:00 PM-CMO ROOM 4

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS MEETING 6:30 PM-VERHOEVEN ROOM FRIDAY, JANUARY 27TH SSA ACADEMY SHADOW YOUR STUDENT DAY 8:00 AM-PRENDERGAST BROTHERS &

HALL SISTERS OF CHARITY

7:00 PM-CMO ROOM 2

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH LEGION OF MARY 9:00 AM-ACADEMY LIBRARY

JANUARY 22, 2017 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 or go online at www.santasophia.org. 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) 4636011 for more information. MATRIMONY Please contact the parish 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. QUINCEANERAS

Please contact Deacon Luis Del Rio at [email protected] or call the Parish office at (619) 463-6629 before setting the date, time, and location of your Quiceanera. FUNERALS Please contact Josephine in the Parish office at (619) 463-6629 ext. 100.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 29TH CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK OPEN HOUSE 8:00 AM-SSA ACADEMY STEWARDSHIP NETWORK 9:00 AM-OUTSIDE VERHOEVEN ROOM

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