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Saint John the Evangelist-Saint Rocco Roman Catholic Parish Rev. Kenneth J. Grande, Pastor Saturday Vigil Mass : English 5:30 p.m. St. John the Evangelist Sunday Masses: English 8:45 a.m. St. John the Evangelist Spanish 10:00 a.m. St. John the Evangelist English 11:45 a.m. St. Rocco Mon.-Fri. Masses : English 8:30 a.m. St. John the Evangelist Friday Mass : Spanish 7:30 p.m. St. John the Evangelist 250 - 21 st Street 216 - 27 th Street Brooklyn, NY 11215 Brooklyn, NY 11232 Parish Office at 25021st Street Phone: 718-768-3751 Fax: 718-768-4689 Website: www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org Mon. 9:30am-12pm & 1pm-6:30pm Tues. - Thurs. 9:30am-12pm & 1pm-7:30pm Friday 9:00am-3:00pm Sat. 9am-12pm No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here. No importa quién eres, o donde está usted en el viaje de la vida, usted es bienvenido aquí.
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  • Saint John the Evangelist-Saint Rocco Roman Catholic Parish

    Rev. Kenneth J. Grande, Pastor

    Saturday Vigil Mass: English 5:30 p.m. St. John the Evangelist

    Sunday Masses: English 8:45 a.m. St. John the Evangelist Spanish 10:00 a.m. St. John the Evangelist English 11:45 a.m. St. Rocco

    Mon.-Fri. Masses: English 8:30 a.m. St. John the Evangelist

    Friday Mass: Spanish 7:30 p.m. St. John the Evangelist

    250 - 21st Street 216 - 27th Street

    Brooklyn, NY 11215 Brooklyn, NY 11232

    Parish Office at 250—21st Street

    Phone: 718-768-3751 Fax: 718-768-4689

    Website: www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org Mon. 9:30am-12pm & 1pm-6:30pm

    Tues. - Thurs. 9:30am-12pm & 1pm-7:30pm

    Friday 9:00am-3:00pm

    Sat. 9am-12pm

    No matter who you are, or where you are on

    life’s journey, you are welcome here.

    No importa quién eres,

    o donde está usted en el viaje de la vida,

    usted es bienvenido aquí.

    http://www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

  • Altar Wine and Hosts are offered this week in Memory of Filomena Carpenito, requested by Joyce Lafata

    Altar Candles are offered this week in Memory of Anna Yazzo & Theresa Scarpati, requested by Joyce Lafata.

    Sanctuary Lamp is offered this week in Memory of Lu-cia, Antoinette & Vincenza Caruso, requested by Joyce Lafata

    Religious Education Classes Registration: Registration for our parish Religious Education Faith Formation Classes is now taking place in the parish office. Registration fee is $40.00 for the first child and $30.00 for each additional child of the same family. Please bring a copy of the child’s Baptismal Certificate and a copy of the Birth Certificate.

    Registración para las clases de Educación Religiosa: La inscripción para nuestras clases de Educación Religiosa, para la Formación de Fe, es4 teniendo lugar ahora en la oficina de nuestra parroquia. El costo de inscripción para un niño es de $ 40.00, y $30.00 por cada niño adicional de la misma familia. Por favor traiga una copia del Certificado de Bautismo del niño y una copia del acta de nacimiento.

    Confessions/Confesiónes:

    Saturdays 4:30pm - 5:00pm

    Sábado a las 4:30pm - 5:00pm

    Baptisms/Bautismos Please call the parish office

    for more information.

    Por favor, llame la oficina de la Parroquia

    por más información

    Take Care Of Yourself Dr. Vincent Adamo, a member of our parish fam-ily, would like to help us live and remain healthy. He is a very caring and friendly holistic doctor and puts his faith into action by helping anyone who is suffering or in pain. He is helping many people in our diocese to live a better life. His office is lo-cated at 446 Bay Ridge Parkway in Brooklyn and is phone number is 718-921-5483. You can find more info at www.liveholistic.net or www.youtube.com/vincentadamo. Call him today to schedule your appointment.

    The 2016 Mass Book is Opened: We ask that you come to the rectory to reserve Masses for the year 2016 on Tues-day through Thursday only from 1:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. This will give us a better opportunity to serve your needs. Libro De Misa Del 2016: Ya está abierto el libro de las Misas para el año 2016. Los que quieren mandar celebrar

    una misa en el año 2016 pueden venir a la rectoria en las horas de oficina para reservar fecha y pagarla.

    First Holy Communion Mass

    Saturday - May 14, 2016

    9:30am at Saint John the Evangelist Church

    Misa de Primera Comunión

    Sábado - Mayo 14, 2016

    9:30am en la Parroquia de San Juan Evangelista

    Saint Joseph the Worker Catholic Academy 241 Prospect West, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Phone: 718-

    768-7629 Website:www.sjwca.org

    Mass Intentions Saturday May 7

    5:30pm Santo Vaccaro Requested by Raucci Family Angelo & Maria Cirillo Requested by Daughter Por un año mas de vida David Rosas Requested by Family Por la salud de Eulalia Garcia Requested by Family

    Sunday May 8

    8:45am For All Of Our Mothers 10:00am Por Todas Las Madres 11:45am For All Of Our Mothers

    Monday May 9

    8:30am Joseph Paolucci Requested by Bill Ceely

    Tuesday May 10

    8:30am Joseph Paolucci Requested by Thomas Radecki

    Wednesday May 11

    8:30am Salvatore & Lucia Caruso Requested by James Yazzo Lucia & Salvatore Caruso Requested by Joyce Lafata

    Thursday May 12 8:30m Increase in Religious Vocations

    Friday May 13 8:30am Increase in Vocations to the Priesthood 7:30pm Todos Los Miembros de la Parroquia

    Saturday May 14

    5:30pm Ana Muñiz Requested by Son John Cristina Anello Requested by Daughter & Family

    Please pray for the homebound, the elderly, those who are alone, the sick and especially for the sick of our parish: Liza & Lisette Ferreiro, Amanda Lara, Te-resa Zapata, Ramon Gonzalez, Victoria Dubitsky, Alfredo Rivas, Jack Reitz, Manuel Polanco, Dana Rutyna, Faustino Tapia & Hugo Diaz Candia

    http://www.liveholistic.nethttp://www.youtube.com/vincentadamo

  • First Holy Communion Practice/Practica de la Primera Comunión Tuesday - May 10, 2016

    Practice 5:00pm - 6:00pm Saint John the Evangelist Church

    Martes - Mayo 10, 2016

    Practica 5:00pm - 6:00pm Parroquia San Juan Evangelista

    7th Sunday of Easter "...That the love with which you loved me may be in them and I in them." In this beautiful and heartfelt prayer to God the Father, Jesus expresses his deep desire for unity. He prays that "those who will be-lieve in me... may all be one." This unity is meant to be an effect of the love that believers experience through their own unity with God. When we are filled with the love of God, we can truly be united to one another. Why? Because God's love loves every-one. God's love sees the dignity of every human per-son, made in his own image. God's love does not allow room for grudges and schisms. It is always ready to forgive and embrace. This kind of love leads to the interpersonal unity that Jesus prayed we would have for one another. But, alas, we get into fights. We argue, we criticize, we take revenge. We cause division where there ought to be unity. It's es-pecially tragic when this happens among Christians. Whether it be petty infighting in a parish setting, family strife among those who practice the same faith, or animosity among Catholics and members of other Christian denominations, it matters little. All of these situations stand in stark contrast to the unity that Jesus desired for us. Being instruments of this true Christian unity begins in our own hearts. Instead of finding fault in others, we would do well to ask ourselves how open we truly are to God's love. Have we, like Jesus, prayed that this divine love would be in us? Have we tried to look upon others with the loving eyes of God? When we approach the inevitable conflicts in life with a heart full of God's love, we can begin to serve as ambassadors of the unity that Christ so deeply desired.

    7º Domingo de Pascua La liturgia nos sorprende hoy en su primera lec-tura narrando en los Hechos de los Apóstoles la muerte de Esteban y cómo este acto de violencia nos recuerda lo que se vivió el Viernes Santo al ser crucificado Jesús. Sólo que ahora se nos habla de Esteban, primer mártir de la era cristi-ana, fiel testigo de Jesús. "Esteban, lleno del Espíritu Santo, miró al cielo, vio la gloria de Dios y a Jesús, que estaba de pi a la derecha de Dios, y dijo: "Estoy viendo los cielos abiertos y al Hijo del Hombre de pie a la derecha de Dios" (Hch 7, 55-56). Qué hermosa proclamación de Esteban, nos confirma todo lo que decía antes de su pasión, muerte y resurrección el Señor Jesús, verlo glorificado con el Padre. ¿Imaginas que tú eres Esteban y estás a punto de ser martirizado? ¿Cómo responderías? ¿Qué dirías de Jesús? Lo importante de todo este acontecimiento es que está relacionado con ser testigo y dar testimonio. De eso se trata toda la Pascua de saborear las narraciones de los apóstoles y discípulos ha-ciéndolas nuestras para que nuestra vida tenga otro modo nuevo de ser. En el Evangelio, tenemos parte de la oración de Jesús: "Padre, no sólo te pido por mis discípulos, sino también por los que van a creer en mí por la palabra de ellos, para que todos sean uno, como tú, Padre, en mí y yo en ti somos uno" (Jn 17, 20-21). ¿Me siento uno en la Iglesia católica y en mi comunidad? O, ¿soy de los que dividen? ¡Señor, ayudarme a estar unido siempre a ti!

  • Sharing the Gospel Jesus told his Father that he wants you to be one with him and his Father. Jesus wants all his fol-

    lowers to be one with him. When you do as Jesus did, you are being one with the Father and the

    Son. Jesus was kind to others. He helped them when they needed help. Jesus wants you to treat

    people like you would treat him. What you do to others, you do to him. If pieces are missing from

    a jigsaw puzzle, you cannot see the whole picture. If keys are missing from a piano, you cannot

    hear a whole song. When Christians do not work well together, the world cannot see how great and

    loving God is. Jesus prayed that all of us would stay close to God and to one another. Do your part.

    Encourage other Christians.

    Prayer

    Jesus, help me be kind and loving to others. Amen.

    Something to Draw

    Draw a picture of you and other children from your church

    collecting food for the poor.

    Mission for the Week

    Show love and kindness to your family this week.

  • La Campaña Católica Anual del 2016 - Compartir la Alegría del Evangelio La Campaña Católica Anual de este año 2016 nos enseña la importancia de renovar nuestra fe a través de actos de caridad y enfatiza la responsabilidad que los feligreses tiene en apoyar su parroquia, al igual que los ministerios, programas y servicios diocesanos que se desarrollan en nuestra comunidades a través de la Campaña Católica Anual. La Corresponsabilidad Católica ayuda de diversas maneras. Ayu-damos a través del apoyo a los diferentes programas, ministerios, servicios; y mas importante a las per-sonas. El tema se este año esta enfocado en el llamado de ser Iglesia a través de la encíclica Evangelii Gaudium – La Alegría del Evangelio de nuestro Santo Padre Francisco, La Iglesia en salida es la comuni-dad de discípulos misioneros que primerean, que se involucran, que acompañan, que fructifican y feste-jan. Nos animamos de una manera especial en esta Campaña Católica Anual del 2016 a compartir la alegría del Evangelio: Enseñando y siendo modelos de valores Cristianos; practicando obras de miseri-cordia, caridad y consolación; dando a la Campaña Católica Anual cuyos ministerios y servicios com-parten nuestra fe Católica a través de Brooklyn y Queens. Por medio de su donación a la Campaña esta-mos compartiendo la Alegria del Evangelio con nuestros niños, nuestros adolecesntes y jovenes adultos, con nuestros enfermos y ancianos. Compartimos esta Alegria cuando ayudamos a preparar las parejas para el matrimonio, preparar el bautismo de sus niños, preparar sus niños para su Primera Santa Comu-nión. Compartimos la Alegría del Evangelio cuando apoyamos nuestros seminaristas a través de la oración y su donación financiera. Cuando usted da una donación a la Campaña Católica Anual su dinero se distribuye entre los servicios y ministerios que se llevan a cabo en nuestra diocesis de Brooklyn y Queens y en nuestra parroquia.

    Por medio de la oración considere la promesa de sacrificio que le gustaría hacer a nuestra Compana Catolica Anual Diocesana para este año 2016.

    Cualquiera que sea la cantidad de su donación, será aceptada con gratitud y profundamente apreciado. Gracias, Padre Kenneth J. Grande

    2016 Annual Catholic Appeal - Share The Joy Of The Gospel The 2016 Annual Catholic Appeal teaches the importance to renew our faith through acts of charity and emphasizes the responsibility parishioners have in supporting their parish, as well as the diocesan min-istries, programs and services that are carried out in our communities through the Annual Catholic Ap-peal. A Catholic Steward reaches out in many ways. Through the Annual Catholic Appeal we support many programs, ministries and services and most importantly, people. This year’s theme captures the call to be Church through our Holy Father Pope Francis’ Encyclical Evangelii Gaudium - The Joy of the Gospel to go forth as a community of missionary disciples who take the first step, who are involved and supportive, who bear fruit and rejoice. We are encouraged in a special way in this 2016 Annual Catholic Appeal to share the Joy of the Gospel: by teaching and modeling Christian values; by practicing works of mercy, charity, and consolation; by giving to the ACA whose ministries and services share our Catholic faith throughout Brooklyn and Queens. Through your ACA donations we share the Joy of the Gospel with our children, our youth and young adults, our sick and elderly. We share the Joy of the Gospel when we help young couples prepare for marriage, prepare for the baptism of their child, prepare their children for First Holy Communion. We share the Joy of the Gospel when we support our seminarians through prayer and financial gifts. When you give a gift to the Annual Catholic Appeal your dollars are distributed among the services and ministries that are carried out in our diocese of Brooklyn and Queens and in our parish. Please prayerfully consider the sacrificial pledge you would like to make to our Diocesan Annual Catholic Appeal for this year 2016. Whatever the amount of your gift, it will be accepted with gratitude and deeply appreciated. Thank you, Fr. Kenneth J. Grande


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