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  • Saint John the Evangelist-Saint Rocco Roman Catholic Parish

    Rev. Kenneth J. Grande, Pastor Rev. Angel Luis Medrano - Matos, C. M.

    Parish Office

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

    Website: www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

    Office Hours

    Tuesday - Wednesday 9:30am - 2:30pm Monday - Thursday 4:00pm-6:30pm

    Friday 9:00am-2:00pm

    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

    Confessions/Confesines Saturdays 4:30pm - 5:00pm Sbado a las 4:30pm - 5:00pm

    Live In Faith

    Give In Love

    Vivir En La Fe

    Dar Por Amor

    http://www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

  • Confessions/Confesines: Saturdays 4:30pm - 5:00pm

    Sbado 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 ms informacin.

    Weddings: Scheduling of the ceremony is to be done at least 6 months in advance (and prior to all other ar-rangements being made). Please call the parish office to arrange an appointment. Please log on to www.precana.org for complete information about mar-riage preparation in the Diocese.

    Bodas: Favor fijar la fecha de la ceremonia en la Igle-sia por lo menos 6 meses antes de la boda (y antes de los otros arreglos). Llame a la rectoria para una cita. Favor de usar el Internet en www.precana.org para informacin completa para la preparacin de matrimonio en la dicesis.

    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 Father. 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, anni-versaries, 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 oracin ms grande y ms per-fecto que podemos ofrecer, porque es la oracin de Jesucristo al Padre. La Misa es el don ms hermoso que podemos dar a los dems. Las Misas se pueden ofrecer no slo por los difuntos, sino tambin por lose enfe rmos, en accin de gracias por los favores recibidos, cumpleaos, aniversarios, y por cualquier intencin especial. La donacin por cada Misa es de $15.00. Pasar por la oficina de la parroquia (calle de 21

    st) para

    reservar sus Misas.

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

    718-768-7629 Website:www.sjwca.org

    The Bread and Wine will be offered this

    week in prayer for the well being of Juan Car-

    los Carril.

    The Altar Candles will be lit this week in

    prayer for the well being of Juan Carlos

    Carril.

    The Sanctuary Lamp will remain lit this

    week in prayer for the well being of Juan Car-

    los Carril. www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

    Mass Intentions Saturday June 10

    5:30pm Filomena Raucci Requested by Sossio Raucci & Family Nicholas Raimondo Requested by Mena Zappoli & Family

    Sunday June 11 8:45am Members of Our Parish Family 10:00am Los Miembros de la Parroquia 11:45am Members of Our Parish Family

    Monday June 12

    8:30am Well Being of Juan Carlos Carril

    Tuesday June 13

    8:30am The Children of Our Parish Family

    Wednesday June 14

    8:30am The Sick of Our Parish Family

    Thursday June 15

    8:30am Increase in Religious Vocations

    Friday June 16

    8:30am Jos A. Torres Requested by The Newman Family 7:30pm Los Miembros de la Parroquia

    Saturday June 17

    5:30pm Patrick Barrett Requested by Carmen Romero

    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, Teresa Zapata, Ramon Gonzalez, Victoria Dubitsky, Alfredo Rivas, Joe Rutyna, Peggy Kelly, Ana & Estela Polanco, Dolly DiBrienza, Jeanette DePinto, Elias Lanegra, Ge-nobeva Nieves & Juan Carlos Carril

    Pray the Rosary for an increase in

    vocations to the Priesthood.

  • www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

    The Most Holy Trinity

    "God so loved the world that he gave his only

    Son." We are used to this profound idea, so

    used to it that we often glaze over the incredi-

    ble reality: God the Father has a Son who be-

    came man and dwelt among us! Too often we

    blithely make the sign of the cross in the name

    of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy

    Spirit, without realizing what a radical theol-

    ogy we are announcing. Only Christianity pro-

    claims a triune God. Only Christianity pro-

    fesses that we have one God in three divine

    persons. Only Christianity declares that the

    very nature of God is to be relational and liter-

    ally "personal." Why does this matter? Be-

    cause we are made in God's image, as the

    opening chapters of Genesis tell us. We, there-

    fore, are made in the image of this Trinitarian

    God who is love. We are built to be like this

    God! Just as God the Father loves God the Son

    and God the Holy Spirit, we too are called to

    love one another. In fact, we are not fulfilling

    our nature and design when we don't. And just

    as God loved the world (that is, us!) so too we

    are called to love him in return. We don't have

    to embrace this image in which we were made,

    of course. God gave us freedom so that our

    love can be real, but this means our choices

    really matter. We can decide not to reflect

    God's interpersonal love in the world. We can

    opt not to return the love that God pours out to

    each of us. But this can only lead to disap-

    pointment in the end. After all, God sent his

    Son so that "everyone who believes in him

    might not perish but might have eternal life."

    Ultimately, this means spending eternity in the

    Trinitarian embrace of love. So why not start

    now?

    La Santsima Trinidad

    Nosotros nunca olvidamos el primer amor que

    tuvimos ya sea en la adolescencia o en la ju-

    ventud. La experiencia era nueva y los sen-

    timientos se desataron y nuestra vida cambi

    para siempre. Lo recuerdas? Pareciera que el

    mundo se detena y el amor quedara para

    siempre. Sin embargo, no fue as y la memoria

    ahora nos lo trae como un grato recuerdo que

    sucedi en nuestra vida. El Evangelio de hoy

    revela algo maravilloso, el primer amor de

    Dios. Y Dios desde todos los tiempos ha estado

    presente en la historia, nunca nos olvida y en-

    tramos a la vida eterna para siempre. "Tanto

    am Dios al mundo, que le entreg a su Hijo

    nico, para que todo el que crea en l no

    perezca, sino que tenga la vida eterna" (Jn 3,

    16). El gran amor de Dios se expresa en un

    regalo. Nos dio a su Hijo, ahora resucitado,

    que nos envi al Espirita Santo. Por eso, con

    alegra, oremos diciendo, "Gloria al Padre, glo-

    ria al Hijo y gloria al Espritu Santo". Este es

    el sentido de la liturgia de este domingo, cele-

    brar con gozo a la Trinidad, comunidad de

    amor que nos invita a amarnos los unos a los

    otros sin reserva, a darnos cada da a los

    dems: buscando siempre el bien comn,

    tratando a los inmigrantes con respeto y digni-

    dad y recordando siempre que el amor engen-

    dra amor y al contrario el odio da ms odio.

    Deseo que sigamos viviendo esta solemnidad

    de la Santsima Trinidad durante el ao,

    abriendo nuestro corazn a la presencia de las

    tres divinas Personas en nuestra vida.

  • Sharing the Gospel

    God sent his only Son to save the world. Because you believe in his Son, Jesus, you

    will have eternal life in heaven. You are a child of God. God wants you to serve by

    helping your family and friends. When you clean up your room, take care of your

    baby sister, or pull weeds for your neighbor, God wants you to say, "Lord, I am doing

    this for you. God loves you so much. He sent Jesus into the world to take your sins

    away. Jesus died on the cross as punishment for all of your sins so that you could

    have a new, better life with God. Believe in Jesus. Trust in God's love. Then you can

    live with God forever.

    Prayer

    Jesus, teach me to use my eyes, voice, and hands to help others.

    Something to Draw

    Draw a picture of Jesus on the cross.

    Mission for the Week

    Thank Jesus every day for helping you.

  • Welcome - Bienvenido Would you like to become a member of our par-ish? Fill out the form below and drop it in the collection basket. Visit us online at www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org Le gustara ser un miembro de nuestra parro-quia? Llene el siguiente formulario y colquelo en la canasta de la colecta. Vistenos en www.stjohnstrocco-brooklyn.org

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