Need some musical cheer for your Christmas party?  Call the choir! 

Need some musical cheer for your Christmas party?  Call the choir!  We are offering ourselves to come to your home (or office) to sing Christmas carols and bring some fun into your event!  Please email our Music Director as soon as possible for arrangements:  Skennedy@santasophia.org     There will also be a sign-up sheet in the vestibule. …

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From the Pastor

This penultimate Sunday of the liturgical year reminds us not only of the end of the liturgical year, but also of the end of all things, and of the preparations we need to make to attain eternal life. The readings give us the assurance that our God will be with us always.  We will have the ongoing presence of the…

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From the Pastor

We are in the 32nd week in ordinary time. The readings invite us to care for others and put our trusting faith in God who loves us and wants the best for us like the widows in the first and the Gospel readings. The readings also invite us to live out our commitment to God’s service with a humble and generous heart, free from pride and prejudice. The first reading and…

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Paz Domingo Bautista Passes Away at Age 96

Paz Domingo Bautista, lovingly known to many as “Inang,” passed away on November 2, 2018 at the age of 96 years old at her home in San Diego, CA. Inang was born in the Philippines on January 7, 1922 to Cornelio and Flaviana Bautista, married Pedro Bautista in the early 1940’s, and worked as a…

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From the Pastor

We are in the 31st week in Ordinary Time. In the Gospel, Jesus summarizes the Old and the New Testament into one commandments, which we call the greatest commandment: the love of God and neighbor. We love God by loving others. We love God because He loves us first, and He created us in love,…

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From the Pastor

This Sunday is the thirtieth Sunday in ordinary time. The readings remind us of the overflowing mercy and kindness of a loving and forgiving God for His people. God continues to show His mercy and goodness through the Sacraments, especially the Sacrament of Reconciliation. This Sunday is known as “Priesthood Sunday,” and let us pray…

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