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FeastoftheDedicationoftheLateranBasilicainRome•• November9,2014
Saturday, November 8
Thursday, November 13
8:05am Tony Campbell*
8:05am Philip Jardine
5:00pm Sacred Heart Parish*
12:00pm Rose Guttman
Sunday, November 9
Friday, November 14
7:30am Charlotte Lepoutre
8:05am Lou Rizzo
9:00am Holt Family*
12:00pm Wallace Casnelli
11:00am Anne Marie Koss*
1:00pm Moises Sotero
Monday, November 10
8:05am Soo Min Lee*
12:00pm Philip Hartmann
Saturday, November 15
8:05pm Kelly & Kathy Kearse
5:00pm Sacred Heart Parish*
Sunday, November 16
7:30am Edward Nicholson, Jr.
& Edward Nicholson, III
Tuesday, November 11
9:00am Skylye F. Sullivan
8:05am Louiane Lawson
11:00am Anne Schupp
12:00pm Mary Alice Casnelli*
Wednesday, November 12
1:00pm Anselmo Valenzuela
y Pedro Valenzuela
8:05am Soo-hyun Lee*
12:00pm Craig McQuiddy
Re lectionofToday’sGospel~John2:13-22
The first two chapters of John’s Gospel show us the very
beginning of Jesus’ ministry. After the first of Jesus’
“signs,” the turning of water into wine at the marriage
feast at Cana, John shows us Jesus fast-forwarding to
the end of his ministry and the very greatest of the signs
he will perform: his saving death on the Cross. In some
measure, his fate has already been sealed because of
the manner of this first public disclosure in Jerusalem (at
the time of the pilgrim feast of Passover, when many
Jews were there). Jesus, aghast that commerce is being done in the sacred precincts of the temple, makes
a mess of the place, upsetting the settled practice of
“money-changing,” the profitable business of supplying
worshippers with the proper coinage for the purchase
of the elements offered in the temple sacrifices, as well
as the business of the sale of those elements. This act,
which so early in his ministry will put the authorities on
notice as to the dangerous and unconventional sort of
figure that Jesus was, is connected with Jesus’ death
because it spells the beginning of the ire of those who
would move to take his life. And it serves notice on the
Jewish teachers that what they have countenanced is
unacceptable. Still more, it signals that Jesus’ whole
ministry, from beginning to end, will be about going to
the heart of things, of a deepening of the teachings of
Judaism, of an uncompromising opposition to any accommodation of the Spirit of God with the spirit of the
world. That should still be our stance today as regards
the sacred spaces where we assemble for worship as
well as our hearts, both of which are to be houses in
which our heavenly Father can be rightly worshipped.
* Indicates person is living
Sunday: The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46; 1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
Monday: Saint Leo the Great, Pope & Doctor of the Church
Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday: Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37; Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Saint Josaphat, Bishop and Martyr
Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, Virgin
Phlm 7-20; Ps 146; Lk 17:20-25
Resolution:How are you taking care of your body, the
temple of the Holy Spirit? Reflect on ways that you might
do more to protect and care for your body so that you
might be a better reflection of the Spirit in the world.
QuestiontoRe lecton…What does it mean to you to
say you are “God’s temple”?
FIRST READING: Proverbs 31:10–13, 19–20, 30–31
RESPONSORIAL PSALM: Psalm 128:1–2, 3, 4–5
SECOND READING: 1 Thessalonians 5:1–6
GOSPEL: Matthew 25:14–30
Friday: 2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119; Lk 17:26-37
Saturday: St. Albert the Great, Bishop & Dr. of the Church
3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112; Lk 18:1-8
Sunday: Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ps 128; 1 Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30
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FeastoftheDedicationoftheLateranBasilicainRome•• November9,2014
Dear Sacred Heart Families,
During the month of October, we make an annual appeal for Stewardship. As I am asking each of you to reflect
upon the gifts received form the Lord and renew your commitment to Stewardship through your time, talents,
and treasure, I am pleased to present our Annual Report and Key Initiatives. This report highlights the commitment
and the accomplishments of our Parish and staff to serve God through the use of their gifts. This past year, Sacred
Heart Cathedral has grown through evangelization, faith formation, and service. It is our heartfelt desire to
continue to focus our efforts to worship, teach, and serve both now and into the future.
The growth of the parish is exciting as we continue to be a vibrant force for the on-going development and living
out of our faith in Christ. We are striving to reemphasize the importance of education, fellowship and hospitality,
and open communication. We want to be the face, voice, and hands of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Our mission statement is as relevant today as ever: As a Catholic Parish, we are a diverse Eucharistic community
sharing the love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus through evangelization, faith formation, and service. Your support is
an expression of your faith in which you feel our mission is worthy and that you are willing to make a positive
difference in the lives of others. I am humbled by your devotion and grateful to you as a member of our Parish.
Thank you for your service and prayers.
In Christ,
Fr. David
Very Reverend David A. Boettner, V.G.
Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia
Diocese of Knoxville
Rector- Sacred Heart Cathedral
The year of 2013 has seen Sacred Heart Cathedral grow through evangelization, faith formation, and service.
Sacred Heart Cathedral has achieved several of its goals identified by the strategic plan. These goals represent
a part of a long term strategy that was put into place over three years ago. Those achieved were:
Faith Formation:
Hired Adult Faith Formation Director
Hired Youth Discipleship Program Coordinator
Established Cathedral Kids, Rush for middle school ages, and Xlt for high school ages
Established Café and Wednesday night programs for adults to encourage fellowship and growth in faith
Added Adoration Thursdays 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Revamped RCIA to include Symbolon to welcome newcomers
Developed a Ministries catalog for stewardship opportunities through time, talent, and treasure
Unity in Diversity:
Hosted our Lady of Guadalupe
Developed a Hispanic Women’s Guild
Active Masses for Korean and Filipino communities
FeastoftheDedicationoftheLateranBasilicainRome•• November9,2014
Convened a Master Planning Committee in February 2013 and hired BarberMcMurry Architects to complete
a comprehensive space planning and “needs analysis” study. Barber McMurry along with Ecclesiastical Consultant Duncan Stroik developed a site master plan as our road map to show how we can continue to grow
and minister to the needs of our parish community. This process helped us to construct a vision for the future.
Convened a Steering Committee to increase engagement and involvement regarding a potential
campaign from the Sacred Heart parish and school family. Currently, we are blessed by the gifts of many
leaders throughout our parish that are serving on our Home campaign team.
Held Parish Presentations to receive input and feedback from the community during Pentecost 2013, held
Parish Town Hall in August 2013 to increase awareness, held campaign announcement weekend in June
2014, followed by a campaign kickoff weekend in September 2014.
After the extensive review of RFPs from 6 construction firms, Merit Construction was named as the Project
Manager to assist in the design and cost analysis of the Master Plan.
In November 2013, a campaign planning study was launched to help determine size and scope of project
and identify key initiatives for a Diocesan campaign plan. More than 1000 Catholics across the Diocese
participated in the planning study with over 72% in favor of proceeding with a campaign.
Based on feedback from the study, Modifications were made as to size and scope of the Cathedral project.
James McCrery and Associates were hired to aid in the new design.
Developed parish and school logo that reflects the traditional elements of the Sacred Heart
Weekly Parish Updates via email
Revised Bulletin
Allocated Communications Director to Sacred Heart Parish as priority
Website Publicity/ New Website
*For a complete report, please visit
The growth of our Parish is exciting as we continue to be a vibrant force for the on-going development and living
out of our faith in Jesus. We strive to reemphasize the importance of open communication, faith formation, and
service as well as stewardship and servant leadership. The key initiatives from our staff at the Parish for 2014 work
to further enhance our core values. The Core Values that we adopted in 2011 are Witness, Worship, Community
and Service, Stewardship and Leadership, Education, Open Communication, and Hospitality. Each one addresses the issues that have been brought to our attention from our members as well as where we want to go to fulfill
our mission. Our mission statement is as relevant today as it was in 2011: As a Catholic parish, we are a diverse
Eucharistic community sharing the love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus through evangelization, faith formation, and
service. The objectives set out by the Parish staff for the year 2014 correspond to the core values and objectives
in meeting the long term strategic plan.
To ensure that we remain focused on the goals and objectives outlined in this report, I have convened a Parish
Advisory Board to help me continue listening to the needs of our parish and to respond to the call of evangelization. This group will enhance communication, encourage open feedback from members, make decisions timely,
and improve our ability to move strategies quickly for the benefit of His Holy Church.
Finally, the vision for Sacred Heart is clear and simple. We want to be the face, voice and hands of our Lord Jesus
Christ. I would like to thank the members of our Parish, staff, and advisory board for their service and prayers. You
have my sincere gratitude.
La misa de hoy, 9 de noviembre
de 2014 fe oecida por el etero
descanso de Moises Sotero
Necesitamos cantores para unirse
a nuestro coro de la Catedral del
Sagrado Corazón que cantan
los domingos en la misa de 1:00 p.m.
También, necesitamos cantores que puedan estar
disponibles para los funerales celebrados en español.
Si siente que este es un ministerio en el que podría
participar, por favor llame a la oficina de la parroquia
al 865.588.0249 y pregunte por el Padre Arthur Torres.
Domingo: Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Sal 46; 1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
Lunes: San León Magno, Papa, Doctor de la Iglesia
Tit 1:1-9; Sal 24; Lc 17:1-6
Martes: San Martín de Tours, Obispo
Tit 2:1-8, 11-14; Sal 37; Lc 17:7-10
Miércoles: San Josafat, Obispo, Mártir
Tit 3:1-7; Sal 23; Lc 17:11-19
Jueves: San Francisca Javier Cabrini, Virgen (EE.UU)
Flm 7-20; Sal 146; Lc 17:20-25
Viernes: 2 Jn 4-9; Sal 119; Lc 17:26-37
Sábado: San Alberto Magno, Obispo, Doctor de la Iglesia
3 Jn 5-8; Sal 112; Lc 18:1-8
Domingo: XXXIII Domingo Ordinario
Prov 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Sal 128; 1 Tes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30
Queridas Familias de la Catedral del Sagrado Corazón,
Durante el mes de octubre, hacemos un llamamiento anual de Corresponsabilidad. Estoy pidiendo de cada uno
de ustedes que reflexionen sobre los dones recibidos del Señor y renueven su compromiso de Corresponsabilidad a través de su tiempo, talento y tesoro. En el informe, encontrado en la pagina de la Catedral
(, se subraya el compromiso y los logros de nuestra parroquia y el personal para servir a
Dios a través del uso de sus dones. El año pasado, la Catedral del Sagrado Corazón ha crecido a través de la
evangelización, la formación en la fe, y el servicio. Es nuestro sincero deseo de seguir centrando nuestros
esfuerzos para adorar, enseñar y servir, tanto ahora como en el futuro.
El crecimiento de la parroquia es emocionante mientras seguimos siendo una fuerza vibrante para el desarrollo
en marcha y viviendo nuestra fe en Cristo. Nos estamos esforzando para enfatizar la importancia de la
educación, el compañerismo y la hospitalidad, y la comunicación abierta. Queremos ser la cara, la voz y las
manos de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.
Nuestra declaración de misión es tan relevante hoy como siempre: “como parroquia Católica, somos una
comunidad eucarística y diversa compartiendo el amor del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús a través de la
evangelización, la formación en la fe, y servicio. Su apoyo es una expresión de su fe en la cual se siente que
nuestra misión es digna y que usted está dispuesto a hacer una diferencia positiva en las vidas de otros. Me
siento muy honrado por su devoción y gratitud como miembro de nuestra parroquia.
Gracias por su servicio y sus oraciones.
En Cristo,
Padre David
Muy Reverendo David A. Boettner, V.G.
Vicario General y Moderador de la Curia
Diócesis de Knoxville
Rector- Catedral del Sagrado Corazón
SacredHeartCathedral CatedraldelSagradoCorazón
The community of Sacred Heart Cathedral is delighted that you have joined us for Mass!
If you would like to become a member of our parish community, you may register on our website at,
or you may also pick up a registration form at the parish offices, Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm. For any
questions, call us at 865.588.0249. If you are just visiting Sacred Heart Cathedral, know you are always welcome!
¡La comunidad de la Catedral del Sagrado Corazón agradece que nos haya acompañado en la Misa!
Si le gustaría ser miembro de nuestra comunidad de fe, puede registrarse en nuestra pagina, o
puede recoger una forma de registración en la oficina parroquial de lunes a viernes, 9:00am a 4:00pm.
Si tiene preguntas, llame al 865.588.0249. Si esta de visita, recuerde que siempre es bienvenido!
Mass Schedule: Saturday: 5:00pm (Vigil)
Clergy of Sacred Heart Cathedral
Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:00am & 1:00pm (in Spanish)
Clero de la Catedral del Sagrado Corazón
Daily Mass: Mon. - Sat. at 8:05am & Mon. - Fri. at 12:00pm
Horario de Misas: Sábado: 5:00pm (Vigilia)
Domingo: 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:00am y 1:00pm (en Español)
Rev. Joe Reed, [email protected]
Associate Pastor; Pastor Asociado
Misa Diaria: Lunes - Sábado: 8am y Lunes - Viernes: 12pm
Rev. Arthur Torres, [email protected]
Associate Pastor; Pastor Asociado
Sacraments: Please contact the parish office for details.
Rev. Adam Kane, [email protected]
Associate Pastor; Pastor Asociado
Sacramentos: Por favor, póngase en contacto con la
oficina parroquial para más detalles.
Confessions: On Saturdays following the 8:05am Mass or you
may call the parish office for an appointment.
Deacon Ben Johnston, [email protected]
Deacon Bill Jacobs, [email protected]
Parish Office / Oficina Parroquial: (865) 588-0249
Facilities / Mantenimiento: (865) 558-4108
Confesiones: Los sábados después de la Misa de 8am o
puede llamar a la oficina parroquial para hacer una cita.
Sick Calls: Call the parish office in case of emergencies or
if a friend or a member of your family is hospitalized.
Unción de los Enfermos: Llame a la oficina parroquial en
caso de emergencias o si un amigo o miembro de su familia
se encuentra hospitalizado o necesita de un sacerdote.
Nursery Hours: During the 5:00pm Mass on Saturday,
and the 9:00am & 11:00am Masses on Sunday.
Cuidado de Niños: Durante la Misa de 5:00pm los sábados
y durante las Misas de 9:00am y 11:00am los domingos.
Sacred Heart Cathedral School:
Escuela de la Catedral del Sagrado Corazón:
(865) 588-0415
Sacred Heart Cathedral Preschool:
Preescolar de la Catedral del Sagrado Corazón:
(865) 558-4138
Please refer to our parish website for a staff listing:
Consulte nuestra pagina para ver una lista del personal:
Please remember our parish of Sacred Heart
Cathedral in your will.
Por favor recuerde a la Catedral del Sagrado
Corazón en su testamento.