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  • Saint John the Evangelist-Saint Rocco Roman Catholic Parish

    Rev. Kenneth J. Grande, Pastor Rev. Belen Gonzalez y Perez

    Parish Office

    250 21st Street Brooklyn, New York 11215 Phone: 718-768-3751 Fax: 718-768-4689

    Website: www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

    Office Hours

    Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm

    Thursday 12:00pm-6:00pm

    Confessions/Confesiónes Saturdays 4:30pm - 5:00pm Sábado a las 4:30pm - 5:00pm

    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.

    Mass Schedule 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 (27th Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues)

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

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

    http://www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

  • Mass Intentions The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the greatest and most perfect prayer we can offer because it is the prayer of Jesus Christ to the Fa-ther. The Mass is the most beautiful gift we can give to others. Masses may be offered not only for the deceased, but also for the sick, in thanksgiving for favors received, birthdays, anniversaries, and for any special intention you may have. The donation for each Mass is $15.00. Come to the parish office on 21

    st Street to reserve your Masses.

    Intenciones De Las Misas El Santo Sacrificio de la Misa es la oración más grande y más perfecto que podemos ofrecer, porque es la oración de Je-sucristo al Padre. La Misa es el don más hermoso que podemos dar a los demás. Las Misas se pueden ofrecer no sólo por los difuntos, sino tam-bién por lose enfermos, en acción de gracias por los favores recibidos, cumpleaños, aniversarios, y por cualquier intención especial. La donación por cada Misa es de $15.00. Pasar por la oficina de la parroquia (calle de 21

    st) para reservar sus Misas.

    Dr. Vincent Adamo’s phone number is 718-921-5483 www.liveholistic.net

    Please pray for the homebound, the elderly, those who are alone, and the sick: Liza & Lisette Ferreiro, Amanda Lara, Ramon Gonzalez, Victoria Dubitsky, Joe Rutyna, Peggy Kelly, Ana & Estela Polanco, Dolly DiBrienza, Jeanette De-Pinto, Genobeva Nieves, Esther Hernan-dez, Brigida Rios, Alexis Cadreau Nidia Lopez & Austin DePalma, Reina Tapia, Lucille Toto, John Toto, Ever Marquez, Fi-rouzeh Etebar, Angle & Dulcinia Ayala

    The Mass Book for 2019 is now open.

    Please come to or call the parish office

    during scheduled hours to reserve your

    intention for one of our parish Masses.

    Thanksgiving Mass The Parish Mass for Thanksgiving Day

    will be celebrated on Thursday, November 22, at 10:00am.

    Habrá una Misa por El Día De Acción De Gracias,

    22 de Noviembre, a las 10:00am.

    Mass Intentions Saturday November 17 5:30pm Trzesinski Family Requested by Rose Trtzesinski Francesco & Cristine Anelo Requested by Daughter Sunday November 18 8:45am Joseph Russo Requested by Tony Monaco

    Julia Monaco Requested by Tony Monaco

    Isabel Mendez Requested by Carmen Romero

    Teddy O’Driscol Requested Nora Diaz

    Carmen Gloria Hernandez Requested Joe, Irma & Derma Rutyna

    10:00am Sergio Mendez De parte de Miriam Mendez y Familia Juan Carlos Carril Requested by Jesus y Arminda Ferreiro

    Jesus Ferreiro, Jr. Requested by Jesus y Arminda Ferreiro

    11:45am Members of the Parish Monday November 19 8:30am The Well Being of Jose Plaza Tuesday November 20 8:30am In Memory of Frank J. Grande, Sr. Wednesday November 21 8:30am Juan Carlos Carril Thursday November 22 Thanksgiving Day 10:00am Members of the Parish Los Miembros de la Parroquia Friday November 23 8:30am Increase In Vocations to the Priesthood 7:30pm Miembros de la Parroquia Saturday November 24 5:30pm Maria Vito Buccina Requested by Son and Family Maria Vicenso Parisi Requested by Nephew

    http://www.liveholistic.net

  • Pray the Rosary

    For An Increase In Vocations

    to the Priesthood and Religious Life.

    33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time As we edge closer to the closing of the liturgical year, the Church selects readings that remind us of the

    final close: the second coming of Christ. It's easy, perhaps, to forget that this is a dogma of our Catholic

    faith. We see this dramatic end times language in today's Gospel. "The sun will be darkened ... and the

    stars will be falling from the sky." As Christians and as human beings, we know all things will come to an

    end. "But of that day or hour, no one knows." The "end of the world" and end of time at Jesus' coming is

    in a future unknown. But God has given us beautiful reminders of this truth. We see the signs and sym-

    bols of ending all around us -- nightfall at the end of each day; the life cycle of crops coming alive, bear-

    ing fruit, and being harvested; our own death. That, too, will come at an unknown day and hour. But that

    is the way of things. Even as God created in Genesis, He gave us a sense of time -- the sun rising and set-

    ting, a beginning and an end -- to mark our days. So how do we welcome these built-in forms of measure-

    ment? Do we take time to quietly recollect at the end of each day? Do we see every morning as a fresh

    start for mercies new? Do we observe the seasons and reflect on what they

    might be speaking to us of God and His glory? "Heaven and earth will pass

    away, but my works will not pass away." The little beginnings and little ends

    are opportunities to renew our faith in Jesus, if only we have the eyes to see!

    33er Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Este domingo el Evangelio nos habla de la Venida del Hijo del Hombre. Pensar

    en la venida del Reino puede causarle temor y angustia. ¡Es todo lo contrario!

    Esto debe ser un mensaje lleno de esperanza. Si, el mundo llegará a su fin algún

    día, pero por lo pronto, el deber de los cristianos es de trabajar para que sea un lugar donde haya paz y el

    amor. El Señor Jesús lo dice claro, sin fantasías ni promesas falsa:. "Por lo que se refiere a ese Día y

    cuándo vendrá, no lo sabe nadie, ni los ángeles en el Cielo, ni el Hijo, sino solamente el Padre" (Marcos

    13:32). Entonces, ¿qué debemos hacer? ¿Cómo comprender la Venida del Hijo del Hombre? Bueno, está

    muy de moda en estos tiempos la palabra discernir. Por ejemplo, hay que discernir los signos de los tiem-

    pos, hay discernir el sistema en que vivimos, y hay que aprender a hacerlo con honestidad. Esto implica

    estar atentos a saber elegir buenos caminos. Jesús nos pone como ejemplo la higuera, nos dice que por sus

    ramas tiernas y el brote de sus hojas se sabe que ya se acerca el verano. Lo que se nos quiere decir es que

    sepamos desear poco y ocupar poco. Dando siempre fruto, dejando nuestros anhelos y sueños en manos

    del Señor. El reto es vivir en la tierra, pensando en el futuro que es el Cielo. "El cielo y la tierra pasarán,

    pero mis palabras no pasarán" (Marcos 13":31). ¡Señor, ayúdanos a comprender la inmensidad y el miste-

    rio de tu Palabra, para que sepamos vivir en esperanza a pesar de las adversidades!

    Readings for the Week of November 18, 2018 Sunday: Dn 12:1-3/Ps 16:5, 8, 9-10, 11 [1]/Heb 10:11-14, 18/Mk 13:24-32

    Monday: Rv 1:1-4; 2:1-5/Ps 1:1-2, 3, 4 and 6 [Rv 2:17]/Lk 18:35-43

    Tuesday: Rv 3:1-6, 14-22/Ps 15:2-3a, 3bc-4ab, 5 [Rv 3:21]/Lk 19:1-10

    Wednesday: Rv 4:1-11/Ps 150:1b-2, 3-4, 5-6 [1b]/Lk 19:11-28

    Thursday: Rv 5:1-10/Ps 149:1b-2, 3-4, 5-6a and 9b [Rv 5:10]/Lk 19:41-44

    Friday: Rv 10:8-11/Ps 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111, 131 [103a]/Lk 19:45-48

    Saturday: Rv 11:4-12/Ps 144:1b, 2, 9-10 [1b]/Lk 20:27-40

    Next Sunday: Dn 7:13-14/Ps 93:1, 1-2, 5 [1a]/Rv 1:5-8/Jn 18:33b-37

  • Sharing the Gospel

    You have five dollars and spend all of it on a birthday present for your mother. Your

    mother is happy. But you are sad because you have no money at all. God will give you

    back more than you give away. It might be money, clothing, food, or shelter. He will

    always provide what you need. Believe in the power of God's love for you. Share with

    a smile. Today's Gospel reading gives us both a warning and a promise. One day Je-

    sus will come back, so we need to be ready. For those of us who follow God to the

    end, Jesus promises to take us to heaven. So live every day like you are going to

    meet Jesus. One day you will.

    Prayer

    Jesus, give me a heart that is willing to share with others. Amen.

    Something to Draw

    Draw yourself and three things for which you are thankful.

    Mission for the Week

    This week, share your time with Jesus by reading the Bible, especially the Gospels.

  • RCIA 2018—2019 If you know of someone who has not received First Communion or Confirmation, or maybe even some neighbors who talk about our parish and have never been baptized, why don’t you come to the rectory office during office hours and fill out the information for us. We will contact them to see if they are interested in coming closer to Christ in the sacraments of the church. Quizás tú conoces a alguien que necesita recibir sus sacramentos. Quizás tienes un ve-cino que habla de la iglesia y quisiera bautizarse. Quizás tú serás el misionero de Cristo. De la información en horas de oficina en la rectoría y les mandaremos un recuerdo para que conozcan también Cristo en los sacramentos!

    Religious Education Classes Registration Registration for our parish 2018-2019 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, 2018-2019, para la Forma-ción de Fe, es teniendo lugar ahora en la oficina de nuestra parroquia. El costo de ins-cripción para un niño es de $ 40.00, y $30.00 por cada niño adicional de la misma fami-lia. Por favor traiga una copia del Certificado de Bautismo del niño y una copia del acta de nacimiento.

    Please prayerfully consider making a

    pledge to this year’s Annual Catholic

    Appeal.

    To make your PLEDGE

    please complete a Pledge Envelope

    located at the Church entrance or

    PLEDGE ONLINE at:

    www.AnnualCatholicAppeal.org

    As of November 16, 2018

    Pledged: 19,370.00

    Paid: 13,433.00

    Balance: 5,937.00

    Help Us Reach Our Goal

    www.AnnualCatholicAppeal.org

    Your contribution to and

    fulfilling your commitment to the

    Annual Catholic Campaign

    will helps us

    celebrate the faith,

    share the faith and teach the faith.

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Saint John the Evangelist-Saint Rocco Roman Catholic Parish Rev. Kenneth J. Grande, Pastor Rev. Belen Gonzalez y Perez Parish Office 250 21st Street Brooklyn, New York 11215 Phone: 718-768-3751 Fax: 718-768-4689 Website: www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org Office Hours Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm Thursday 12:00pm-6:00pm Confessions/Confesiónes Saturdays 4:30pm - 5:00pm Sábado a las 4:30pm - 5:00pm 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. Mass Schedule 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 (27th Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues) Mon.-Fri. Masses English 8:30 a.m. St. John the Evangelist Friday Mass Spanish 7:30 p.m. St. John the Evangelist
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