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Rev. Jacob A.

Bertrand, Pastor
Rev. John Bosco Musinguzi, In Residence

MASS SCHED!E" Sunday Vigil: 4:30 pm (Saturday); Sunday: 8:00 and
11:00 am. Liturgy of the Word for hildren di!mi!!e! during the 11:00 am
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the <de!ert< of Lent( +an lead u! to
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!piritual )attle for the allegian+e of
our !oul!.

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MASS SCHEDULE
AND INTENTIONS


Mar 9, Sun: FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT
4:30 pm +Mary Sperrazzo
8:00 am For the Parishioners
11:00 am +Roberto Medina

Mar 10, Mon: Lenten Weekday
7:45 am +Bertha Holquin

Mar 11, Tue: Lenten Weekday
7:45 am +Nasim and Mary Sawaya & living &
deceased family

Mar 12, Wed: Lenten Weekday
7:45 am +Concepcion Vasquez

Mar 13, Thu: Lenten Weekday
7:45 am Int of Bassam Sarafa

Mar 14, Fri: Lenten Weekday
8:00 am In Thanksgiving

Mar 15, Sat: Lenten Weekday
No morning Mass

Mar 16, Sun: SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
4:30 pm +Mary Sperazzo
8:00 am For the Parishioners
11:00 am +Christine Toral Banzuela

FROM THE PASTOR

SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Sun: Gn 2:7-9; 3:1-7; Rom 5:12-19; Mt 4:1-11
Mon: Lv 19:1-2, 11-8; Mt 25:31-46
Tue: Is 55:10-11; Mt 6:7-15
Wed: Jon 3:1-10; Lk 11:29-32
Thu: Est C:12, 14-16, 23-25; Mt 7:7-12
Fri: Ez 18:21-28; Mt 5:20-26
Sat: Dt 26:16-19; Mt 5:43-48
Sun: Gn 12:1-4a; 2 Tim 1:8b-10; Mt 17:1-9
Dear friends,

This week we have begun our Lenten
journey. If you are in need of ideas for
Lenten practices for yourself or your
household, consider my 40 Things To
Do Lenten Challenge. Its a challenge
for youngsters and adults alike! Look
for the list as an insert in this bulletin.
Also, download and print the extra copies you need for
your family from our web site, www.santasophia.org,
from our Facebook page, or visit the parish office.

Thank you to all who joined me for Rediscover Catholi-
cism classes the last four weeks. I was so impressed with
how many of you came ready to commit your self to the
project of holiness; of becoming the best version of your-
self. Our next class called, Prayer in the Catholic Tra-
dition starts Wednesday, Mar 12 at 7:00 pm. I invite
you to take this opportunity to learn more about how to
increase the effectiveness of your prayer life. Prior to the
class there will be Adoration of the Holy Eucharist from
5:00 to 6:45 pm. Please consider taking some time after
work or at the end of your day to pray with our Lord.

Peace be with you,



Continued on page five
Our weapons are not guns or ha-
tred or religious prejudice but
courage, honesty, charity, clarity
and truth rooted in the person of
Jesus Christ, which inevitably means
rooted in the Cross He carried for
us.
~Abp. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M Cap
LENTEN REFLECTION

The readings for this First Sunday of Lent present to us
exactly what Lent should be about. In the Gospel from
Matthew, reference is made to the time Jesus spent in
the desert, He fasted for forty days and nights. Most of
us are aware that Lent, which began on Ash Wednesday,
is 40 days in length, ending on Holy Thursday after the
Mass of the Last Supper.

We may also be aware that we are called to prayer, pen-
ance, repentance, fasting, almsgiving, and some elements
of self-denial during this Lenten time. Todays church
SAY YES TO MORE GOOD THINGS


Page Three First Sunday of Lent March 9, 2014
AROUND SANTA SOPHIA
COURTESTY ANNOUNCEMENT
THIS IS A SAFE PLACE FAITH COMMUNITY
Santa Sophias trained 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. A team member will call
and offer assistance to inquiries about child, elder or intimate partner abuse.

FILIPINO FOOD SALE TODAY! The Santa Sophia
Fil-Am Society will be selling Filipino specialties af-
ter Sunday Masses in March. Plan to stay after
Mass and visit with friends over a simple, yet deli-
cious, meal.
Mar 9 - Empanada: $1.30 each
Mar 16 - Champorado: $1.50 per bowl


FRIDAY LENTEN FISH DINNER - MAR 14 in the De
Moor Room. Chef Paul Marquie is preparing tradi-
tional fish n chips. Check out page 6 for details.

FIRST EUCHARIST PARENT MEETING
TODAY, MAR 9 9:35 AM
This required meeting is for parents of candidates
who just celebrated their First Penance. It will be
held in the Verhoeven Room. Parents will receive
books and other supplies as well as sign up for the
date for their child to celebrate Holy Communion for
the first time.

SPRING BLOOD DRIVE
Sun, Mar 30, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm in
the parking lot near Prendergast Hall.
Visit sandiegobloodbank.org and use code
SSSV to make an appointment or call
Carol at (619)462-0663. Basic require-
ments are only that you are healthy, be-
tween the ages of 17 and 85, weigh at
least 110 lbs.

LIFE AFTER LOSS
The first session of our next bereavement series will
be on Mon, Apr 7. If you or anyone you know has
lost a loved one, you are welcome to attend. They
meet on seven consecutive Mondays from 7:00 pm to
8:00 pm. Contact Sister Margaret Eilerman for fur-
ther details. (619)670-9663 or Eilerman@cox.net.
As we have done in past years, we
will abstain from singing a closing
hymn. This special silence should
continue as we leave the sanctuary
and consider our sacred commis-
sion in the Concluding Rites. Please
refrain from talking as you leave the church so as
not to interrupt this special sacrifice.
See page six for complete Lent schedules.
TODAY!
SUN, MAR 9 6:15 PM
St. Martin of Tours
Barry Hall

A Story of Survival
and Success.

Orphaned before the age of ten, Thoms Awiapo, CRS,
Ghana, survived bleak poverty and hunger in his
small African village. His search for food led him to
elementary school, where he eventually won scholar-
ships to attend college. He later earned a Masters de-
gree from California State University.

Today, Thomas works for Catholic Relief Services.
His story of initiative and joyful presence have in-
spired thousands of people in the US.

FR. MCGUINE RETIREMENT
After almost 27 years of service as a chaplain in the
U.S. Air Force Reserve, Fr. Peter McGuine (former
Pastor of Santa Sophia Church) will be retiring from
the military at the rank of Lt Col on Sun, Mar 16, at
the 5:30 pm Mass, Our Lady of Grace Church, El
Cajon. A special reception will take place after Mass
in the OLG parish hall. Please plan on attending if
your schedule permits. All are welcome!

A LITTLE HUMOR
My idea of housework is to sweep the
room with a glance.
Wisdom comes with age, which ex-
plains the lack of elderly bungee
jumpers.
If you look like your passport photo, you probably
need the trip.
Thought to ponder: What was the ham actually
cured of?
He who laughs last, didnt get the joke.
SPECIAL INVITATION


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Feb 17 - 23, 2014
Plate
Envelopes
eGiving
Breakdown of gifts received
$0.01 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
Total contributing households

$14,550.00
$1,198.00
$12,094.00
$1,258.00

52
57
158
71
50
6
7
401


Preserving Our Legacy Bldg Fund $682.50
St. Vincent de Paul $650.00
Fire Restoration Fund $825.00

SANTA SOPHIA ACADEMY
Seeking Wisdom. Living Virtue.
Encountering Christ.

MEGA ADORATION AT ST. JOSEPH
CATHEDRAL Sat, Mar 22 from
7:00 to 9:00 pm. Join Santa Sophia
young adults in the parking lot after
the 4:30 Mass to carpool and experi-
ence some Spiritual Radiation Ther-
apy! Bring a friendthose practicing
the faith and especially those who may be far from
the Church to be transformed by Christs tremen-
dous love. Light reception in the hall to follow.
RSVP to Carrie at cgiebel@diocese-sdiego.org.

RELATIONSHIP SKILLS WORKSHOP FOR SINGLES
AND COUPLES - Tuesdays through Apr 8 from
7:00 to 8:30 pm at the Diocesan Pastoral Center,
3888 Paducah Dr, SD, 92117. FREE. Drop in as you
can! Topics include: Building a Climate of Respect,
Understanding Expectations, Speaking Truth in
Love, Listening Beyond Words, Handling Anger
Constructively, Forgiveness, Rebuilding Trust and
much more. For more info contact Peggy Skiano at
pskiano@diocese-sdiego.org or call (858)490-8295.

Get more young adult event info at
www.YAMSD.org
ESPECIALLY FOR YOUNG ADULTS
COLLECTION REPORTS


Give the gift that lasts a lifetime, a Catholic educa-
tion at Santa Sophia Academy. Call our school of-
fice today to set up your personal tour: (619)463-
0488.
We Offer What Public Schools Cant
A Christ-centered, academically ad-
vanced education program rich with
a stable, credentialed staff, extended
care, Rosetta Stone, Superkids, accel-
erated math, vi sual /musi c/
performing arts and state-of-the art
technology.
A legacy that has produced nearly
2,000 graduates in a 50-year history.
Small class size, teachers aides, 180 teaching days.
Learn more at www.santasophiaacademy.org

Contact us to request a pre-admission packet
and to arrange a meeting,
screening, test for entrance or tour!

SANTA SOPHIA ACADEMY LOUISE AMADO
PRESCHOOL - for ages 2 - 5
Victoria Simanek, Director
(619)463-0141 preschool@santasophia.org

SANTA SOPHIA ACADEMY (K - 8)
Karen Laaperi, Principal
(619)463-0488 santasophiaacademyoffice@gmail.com
Fax: (619)668-5469

MORNING OF REFLECTION
Sat, Mar 22, 8:30 am-11:30 am at Little Flower
Haven, 8585 La Mesa Blvd. For all single women
(youth to young adult) willing to pray with open-
ness about a vocation to the consecrated religious
life. Call (844)carmel-0 or email voca-
tions@CarmeliteDCJ.com for more info.

EXPLORER DAY
WOULD YOU BE MY SERVANT, TOO?
SAT, MAR 22, 9:00 TO 3:00 PM
Explorer Day provides men an opportunity to
learn more about the priesthood and how to dis-
cern Gods call.
For more info, contact Fr. Pedro M. Rivera at
(858)490+8385 or privera@diocese-sdiego.org.
To register, contact your parish priest.

FRIDAY NIGHTS FOR VOCATIONS
6:30-8:30 PM EVERY FRIDAY
Pray with the Carmelite Sisters of the divine
Heart of Jesus for priests, religious, vocation dis-
cerners and families at Little Flower Haven.
VOCATIONS


Page Five First Sunday of Lent March 9, 2014

PARISH OFFICE

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Phone: (619)463-6629
Fax: (619)463-8101
parish@santasophia.org
www.santasophia.org



Pastor: Rev. Jacob A. Bertrand Ext 21
Receptionist: Tina Jellison Ext 21
Bookkeeper: Sana Auro Ext 23
Outreach: Georgene Kruzel Ext 26
Maintenance: Jim Kinney Ext 31



MUSIC MINISTRIES

Br. Kevin McGoff, OFM
Director of Liturgical Music

Santa Sophia Singers
Santa Sophia Kids Chorale
Br. Kevin McGoff, OFM, Dir: (619)463-6629



LITURGICAL MINISTRIES

Altar Servers, Lectors, Extraordinary
Ministers of the Eucharist &
Ministers of Hospitality/Ushers
Rosemary Wellington: (619)698-0855



CATECHETICAL MINISTRY
OFFICE

Baptism Adult & Child Religious Education
Phone: (619)463-6011
Fax: (619)668-5458
cmo@santasophia.org

Director: Bernadette Padlo
Administration: Donna Hernandez
Sr. High Youth: Gennette Medina
Jr. High Youth: Nathan Johnson


FOLLOW US ON
SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter: @fr_jake_bert


Facebook: FatherJacobBertrand

Facebook: SantaSophiaCatholicChurch
Continued from page two
and for the special intentions written
in the Book of Needs at the back of the parish hall
Leon Safarta
Alfred M. Roman
Donna Mercado
Beth Ann Nuanes
Theresa Shepherd
Leandro Lupa
Stella Blackfelner
Brandon Ancho
Julia Singleton
Peter Barone
Fran Rosenbach
Breanna Tsutsui
Julia Garmo
Joseph McGoff
Suzy Walker
Lenny Goins
Jean Foti
Leticia Rebollar
Nikolas Ferioli

Please remember those in need of special prayer:
PARISH FAMILY NEWS

PLEASE SUPPORT THE PARISHIONER-OWNED
BUSINESSES POSTED AT WWW.SANTASOPHIA.ORG
AND THE MANY CATHOLIC-FRIENDLY BUSINESSES
WHO ADVERTISE ON THE BACK OF OUR BULLETIN


WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS
Mr. Enrique Villasenor Ms. Monique Luquin
Mrs. Maria Jeantrelle Mrs. Karen Williams


HELP WANTED: Our Jr. High Youth Group is looking for
fun, creative, and dedicated volunteers to assist with grow-
ing the Jr. High ministry at Santa Sophia. They are looking
for volunteers to help out with technology and communica-
tion; music; and to serve as small group leaders or to pro-
vide general supervision. If you are interested in finding
out more, or if you have a Jr. High student interested in
being a part of this exciting program, please see Nathan
Johnson after Mass in the Catechetical Ministry Office or
email natejohnson1983@gmail.com.
keeps reminding us, nonetheless, that we need to do more
than stop doing things. We also need to start doing
things. That is where stewardship comes in, of course.

The Gospel tells us that Jesus was tempted by the devil.
Notably the word for tempt in Greek is the same as the
word for trial. Just as the Lord was put to trial by Satan,
we, too, are put to trial every day. Our response has to be
more than just saying no to those things which are not
good for us. We also need to say yes to more good
things more practices which deepen our faith and bring
us closer to God. That is what the 40 days of Lent are
really about.

Used with permission 2013 www.thecatholicsteward.com


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LENT AT SANTA SOPHIA

Wednesdays,
Mar 12, 19, 26* and Apr 2, 9

Prendergast Hall

5:00 to 6:30 pm Adoration of the Holy Eucharist
with Confessions
6:30 to 7:00 pm Holy Rosary with Benediction
De Moor Room

7:00 to 8:30 pm Prayer in the Catholic Tradition
Talks by Fr. Jacob Bertrand


Special presentation
*Mar 26 7:00 to 8:30 pm by Fr. Stan Fortuna

Why the Mass is Boring

40 DAYS OF PEACEFUL PRAYER
and fasting for an end
to abortion Now thru
Apr 13 at Planned
Parenthood, 1685 E.
Main St, El Cajon.
For more info email 40daysel-
caj on@gmai l. com or vi si t
www.40daysforlife.com or call
(619)647-5793.
Stations of the Cross
Prendergast Hall
Lenten Thursdays
2:15 pm with Academy
(except Mar 20)
Lenten Fridays
4:30 pm (New Time!)
7:00 pm

Lenten
Evenings of
Renewal and
Prayer

Lent 2014 Penance Services in the El Cajon Deanery
Parish Day Date Time
St. Kieran, El Cajon Wed 3/12 6:00 pm
St. Pius X, Jamul Fri 3/14 7:00 pm
Our Lady of Grace, El Cajon Wed 3/19 7:00 pm
Holy Trinity, El Cajon Tue 3/25 7:00 pm
St. John of the Cross, Lemon Grove Wed 3/26 7:00 pm
Queen of Angels, Alpine Mon 3/31 7:00 pm
Santa Sophia, Spring Valley Thu 4/3 7:00 pm
Martin of Tours, La Mesa Mon 4/7 6:00 pm
Church of St. Luke, El Cajon Tue 4/8 7:00 pm
St. Therese, San Diego Wed 4/9 7:00 pm
Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Lakeside Mon 4/14
9:00 am 7:00
pm
Guardian Angels, Santee Tue 4/15 7:00 pm






Lenten Friday Dinners
5:00 - 6:45 pm De Moor Rm.
Includes entre w/sides,
water, coffee and dessert
Adults: $8.00 Children (age
12 and younger): $5.00
$25.00 Family (dine-in only;
2 adults/up to 4 kids)





Mar 7 BBQ Halibut
Mar 14 Fish n Chips
Mar 21 Baked Salmon
Mar 28 Fish Tacos
Apr 4 Gourmet Tilapia
Apr 11 Fish n Chips
No Host Bar
Wine, beer, soda and
bottled water
50/50 Drawing
Sponsored by Knights of Columbus
& Catholic Daughters. Fish served
at all meals except on Good Friday,
(soup). No cost; free-will offering.

THE THREE IRISH TENORS THU, MAR 13
USD JENNY CRAIG PAVILION 8:00 PM
The internationally acclaimed concert violinist Tara Novak, and the
100-voice Mission San Diego de Alcala choir will accompany the Three
Irish Tenors in this outstanding program of classic and traditional Irish
music. For more info visit: info@threeirishtenors.com
SAN DIEGO RETROUVAILLE: Weekend of Apr 4 Thinking about sepa-
ration or divorce? Retrouvaille is designed to help troubled marriages
regain their health. For confidential info call (951)259-9474 or visit their
website www.helpourmarriage.com.
COURTESY ANNOUNCEMENTS


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RATES
$48 per person, ages 4 and up, plus
Lodge: $550
Dorm: $415
Tipi/Tent/RV: 280
SANTA SOPHIA CAMP
JUN 20 - 22
No increase in lodging rates from 2013!
Grandparents welcome Sat or Sun, 9 am, $25 ea.
Horseback riding rates posted on website.
Financial assistance is available. Forms on website.


WHISPERING WINDS SPECIAL NEEDS FAMILY CAMP
With support from the Santa Sophia Knights of Columbus council, Whispering
Winds Catholic Camp is offering a tailored family camp weekend just for families
that include a Special Needs child on July 18-20. For details and online registration
visit www.whisperingwinds.org, or call Stephanie Kiesel at (619) 260-8850
HIGHLIGHTS
Programs for childen, teens and adults
Mass and Catholic speakers
Swimming pool, zipline and climbing wall
3 days, 2 nights and 6 delicious meals, Fri Dinner Sun lunch
Free child care, plus kids 3 and under are free
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