St. Rose of Lima Church - St. Rose of Lima Brooklyn

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St. Rose of Lima Church 269 Parkville Avenue • Brooklyn, New York 11230 Rectory (718) 434-8040 stroseoflimabrooklyn.com Rev. Łukasz Trocha, Pastor Sister Maureen Sullivan, Pastoral Associate Rev. José Lopez, Hispanic Ministry Rev. Jon Ukaegbu, Parochial Vicar MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday: 5:00 PM (Satisfies Sunday Obligation) Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:00 AM (Español), 10:45AM, 12:30 PM (Polish) 5:00 PM (Urdu-Pakistani) Weekday: 9:00 AM Holydays: 9:00 AM and 7:30 PM

RECITATION OF THE ROSARY: Monday to Friday At 8:40AM before the 9:00AM Mass and after the 10:45AM Mass on Sundays.

RECTORY OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday: 9:00AM to 4:00PM Tuesday through Thursday: 7:00PM to 9:00PM Saturday 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Sunday: 9:00 AM to 12:30PM Emergency calls at any time

MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA: Wednesdays after the 9:00 AM Mass.

CONFESSIONS: Saturdays from 4:00PM to 4:45PM in the lower church (or any time upon request for appointment). ANOINTING OF THE SICK: The celebration of this sacrament takes place within the 9:00AM Mass on the first Saturday of each month (or any time upon request for an appointment). WEDDINGS: Couples must make an appointment with one of the parish priests at least six months prior to their intended wedding date.

THE DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET: Monday to Saturday after the 9:00 AM Mass.

SPANISH CHARISMATIC Tuesdays at 7:00 PM.

PRAYER

SPANISH CURSILLO ULTREA: Wednesdays at 7:00PM FILIPINO/ENGLISH MARRIAGE GROUP: Thursdays at 7:00 PM.

ENCOUNTER

FILIPINO APOSTOLATE: Mass and music in the Filipino language every second Sunday of the month at 2:00 PM followed by the social gathering. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES: Sunday morning from 9:00AM to 10:30AM.

BAPTISMS: For Baptism in English or Español, please contact Sister Maureen. Parents must register and attend a class prior to their child’s Baptism. For Baptism in Polish please contact fr. Luke. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION AND BENEDICTION: Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place every Saturday morning in the lower church from 8:00AM to 9:00AM. Come at any time during this Holy Hour to pray in the presence of the Eucharistic Lord. Benediction takes place at 8:50 AM.

GROUP:

4th Sunday of Lent March 11th, 2018

MASS INTENTIONS SATURDAY, March 10th

9:00 5:00PM

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME

Purgatorial Society (March) Marion Romano, Leonel Hevia, Maria Teresa Merida People of the Parish

SUNDAY, March 11th

8:00 9:00 10:45 12:30PM

Maureen Kelly - Return to Good Health Cristian Velez + Marion & Frank Dukes + Józef & Maria Panek (Polish)

MONDAY, March 12th

Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 11th. Set your clocks 1 hour ahead on Saturday night before going to sleep. LENTEN SPIRITUALITY OF PRAYER, FASTING AND ALMSGIVING: STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Stations of the Cross will take place every Saturday interchangeably either at 4:30PM, prior to the 5:00PM Mass, or after the 9:00AM Mass. The next service will be on Saturday, March 17th, at 4:30PM, prior to the 5:00PM

9:00 LENTEN COIN HOLDERS

TUESDAY, March 13th

Lenten coin holders will be available in the vestibule of the church. If possible, we ask that you change coins into bills when you return the holder.

9:00 WEDNESDAY, March 14th

9:00

+ Margaret Therese Begley + Dennis Begley

“The Word Among Us” is a daily Mass reading supplement and meditation for each day of Lent. It is available in both English & Spanish.

THURSDAY, March 15th

9:00

+ Loretta McGrath

FRIDAY, March 16th

9:00

+ Patricia Marrone - Birthday

SATURDAY, March 17th

9:00 5:00PM

Purgatorial Society (March) + Patrick & Winefrid Begley

SUNDAY, March 18th

8:00 9:00 10:45 12:30PM

DAILY SCRIPTUAL REFLECTIONS IN A BOOKLET “ THE WORD AMONG US”

People of the Parish Salomon Hernandez + William F. Campbell + Józef Czukiewski (Polish)

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK OF THE PARISH

Vincent R. Romano, Janice Lackner, Roula Gonzaga, Agatha Angela Miller, Theresa Cordero Ramos, Carol Dukes, Howard Cordelia, Anthony DeMarco, Maria Matos, Frances Valentine, Cathryn Melnyk, Michael Melnyk, Joseph Cuaplacuatl, Anthony L. Marrone, Dr. Stephen R. Marrone, Frederick Schrimpe, Bill Flaherty, Lisa, Jessica, Maureen Kelly WEEKLY COLLECTION

1st Collection - Your Gift to St. Rose of Lima Parish 2nd Collection - Contribution for Seminarian Support

LENTEN CONCERT OF ORGAN MUSIC

This special Lenten music concert will take place on March 18th at 4:00PM in the upper church. The visiting organist Marcin Pekala will perform in a one-hour concert works by J. S. Bach, Buxtechte & Maria Therese von Paridise. Free donations to defer the cost of the concert are welcome. ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL 2018 UNDERWAY

The 2018 Annual Catholic Appeal supports the daily work of our Church throughout Brooklyn & Queens in ways no one parish can accomplish alone by supporting the following ministries: Catholic Charities; Hospital, College & Prison Chaplains; Diocesan Vocations Office; Catholic Migration Services; Parish Assistance Program; Office of Faith Formation; Bishop Muguvero Residence for Infirmed Clergy; Futures in Education Scholarship Foundation. Please donate however much you can to this Appeal. For more information, there is a Frequently Asked Questions flyer in rear of church in English & Spanish. CELEBRATE MARRIAGE

COLLECTION COMPARISON

Weekend of 3/03/18 - 03/04/18 Weekend of 03/04/17 - 03/05/17

$4,236 $4,563

MONTHLY DONATIONS MARCH

Host:

In Thanksgiving Ernie & Viring Bustamante

PASCHAL CANDLES

The upper church candle is still available. This can be your opportunity to memorialize this Pascal Candle for a loved one, or a special intention.

Please join the Celebrate Marriage Day at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs in Forest Hills, on Saturday, March 24th. It is a one-day marriage enrichment lasting from 9:30 - 4:30. The day offers some time to look at where we are in our marriages and revisit some of our basic communications skills and memories of our life together as a married couple. For more information, call Bob & Melinda Nobbs, (718) 805-7232, or you may email them at [email protected] to register as soon as possible. Cost is $25 per couple which includes coffee and bagels, and lunch.

COMMUNAL RESPONSIBILITY

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION 2

The people of God forgot the covenant and flouted God’s laws. They did not listen to the prophets among them, who spoke for God in warning them. Prophets are sent from God to remind us why we are here, but they are often, even in our own time, mocked, disregarded, and mistreated rather than thanked and listened to. The book of Chronicles tells the results of these sins: the destruction of the temple and all of Jerusalem, murder, mayhem, and finally exile to a foreign land. Why are these stories in the Bible? Just to inform us of what happened to our ancient forebears? What good would that be unless there were a message and a warning for us as well? Are we people who follow the teachings of God, who obey the words of Christ in the second covenant in his blood? Or do we continue to wreak works of darkness and violence? We are reminded by these readings that we will be judged as a people, not just as individuals.

Year B of the Lectionary has the Letter to the Ephesians today. Ephesus, today in Turkey, was in the first century a great Greek city, the center for the worship of Diana, the goddess of the hunt. It was a vast city even by modern standards, having nearly half a million people in the time of Paul. Yet that was a time of economic recession and moral decay. No wonder Saint Paul stayed here the longest. It gave him an enormous and religiously curious audience. His preaching stirred up the artisans who depended on the pilgrims who came to honor (and buy mementos of) seventeen gods and goddesses enshrined in the city’s temples. You can still see the openair theater where Paul’s homily triggered a riot. Paul did have success here, and many conversions among Jews and Gentiles. They seem to have struggled with hope, perhaps because of their suffering from economic woes and isolation. Some old traditions say that the Apostle John lived out his days here, and that the Blessed Mother was cared for by him. There’s no biblical basis for this, but it is certain that a small house just outside the city has been treasured by Christians and Muslims for centuries as the last dwelling of Mary. Long ago, the harbor silted up and the city was nearly abandoned, becoming a small village. As is so often the case, that accident of history preserved the ancient city, so that archeologists have been very successful in revealing ancient Christian sites. One such site is the Church of Mary, probably the first church to be dedicated to the Blessed Virgin, and the site of the Council of Ephesus in 431. Today, a visit to Ephesus is one of the most rewarding journeys for any pilgrim.

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path to God’s freedom through Christ. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

TODAY’S READINGS

First Reading - The wrath and the mercy of the LORD are revealed in the exile and liberation of the Chosen People (2 Chronicles 36:14-16, 19-23) or 1 Samuel 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a. Psalm - Let my tongue be silenced, if I ever forget you! (Psalm 137) or Psalm 23. Second Reading - God, who is rich in mercy, brought us to life with Christ (Ephesians 2:4-10) Gospel - The Son of Man must be lifted up, so that everyone who believes in him may have eternal life (John 3:14-21)

- Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION 1

Over the years, our tradition has come to see this Sunday as a transition, a midpoint, an oasis in the middle of six long weeks of preparation for Easter. The key is the Latin word Laetare, or “Rejoice,” which was for centuries the first word sung in the Mass for this Sunday. In southern Europe, the first roses of springtime are appearing now, and there used to be a custom of honoring those to be baptized at Easter with roses on this Sunday. Long ago, this was also seen as a day for celebrating the ordination of priests. Many parishes retain the custom of using rose-colored vestments on this day. Normally flowers are banned from worship in the restrained season of Lent, but here, midway, these signposts of festivity pointing to the renewal of Easter springtime sometimes make a quiet appearance. A project for today would be to plant a few paperwhite or narcissus bulbs in a water bowl filled with river rocks. Like those elect who will soon be bathed in baptismal waters, they will come to full stature in the Easter season. -James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Forth Sunday of Lent March 11th, 2018 "Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert, so must the Son of Man be lifted up . . . ” John 2:15

MSZA ŚW. W J. POLSKIM:

4 NIEDZIELA WIELKIEGO POSTU

 niedziele - godz. 12:30; soboty letnie - godz. 20:00  w święta kościelne - zapowiedziana godzina

NIEDZIELA LEATARE (RADOŚCI)

SAKRAMENT POJEDNANIA:

 w Pierwsze Piątki Miesiąca o godz. 19:00-20:00  zawsze w nagłych wypadkach lub po wcześniejszym umówieniu się  w zapowiedziane soboty od godz. 16:00 (dolny kościół)  podczas rekolekcji SAKRAMENT MAŁŻEŃSTWA:

 narzeczeni proszeni są o skontaktowanie się z kapłanem przynajmniej 6 miesięcy przed planowaną datą ślubu SAKRAMENT CHRZTU:

 w trzecią sobotę miesiąca o godz. 12:00 (w południe) BIURO PARAFIALNE:

 otwarte w godz. 9:00-16:00 & 19:00-21:00 w dni pracy; 8:00-16:30 w soboty; 9:00-12:30 w niedziele  kontakt telefoniczny po polsku z ks. Łukaszem Trocha: u Róży - tel. (718) 434-8040, FAKTY Z TRADYCJI WIELKIEGO POSTU...

- Czy Wielki Post zawsze zaczyna się od Środy Popielcowej? Tak i nie. Post dla Katolikόw obrządku rzymskiego jak i Protestantόw rzeczywiście zaczyna się od Środy Popielcowej. Aczkolwiek chrześcijanie ze wschodniej tradycji Kościoła (niezależne Kościoły Wschodnie, Prawosławni & Unici) rozpoczynają post od poniedziałku 7 tygodnia przed Wielkanocą i kończą w piątek przed niedzielą palmową. - Jaki tekst Mszy św. pomija się w okresie Wielkiego Postu? Nie śpiewa się „Alleluia” oraz pomija się „Chwała na Wysokości Bogu”. WIELKI POST 2018

- HARMONOGRAM NABOŻEŃSTW

DROGA KRZYŻOWA

19:30 WIECZOREM W CZWARTKI W DOLNYM KOŚCIELE GOŻKIE ŻALE 13:30 W NIEDZIELE POD KONIEC MSZY ŚW. MUZYKI ORGANOWEJ Utwory w tradycji Wielkiego Postu autorstwa J. S. Bacha, Buxtechte & Marii Therese von Paridise, wykona p. Marcin Pekala w niedzielę, 18-go marca o godz. 16:00 w górnym kościele.

KONCERT

Bóg, będąc bogaty w miłosierdzie, przez wielką swą miłość, jaką nas umiłował, i to nas, umarłych na skutek występków, razem z Chrystusem przywrócił do życia. Łaską bowiem jesteście zbawieni. Razem też wskrzesił i razem posadził na wyżynach niebieskich - w Chrystusie Jezusie, aby w nadchodzących wiekach przemożne bogactwo Jego łaski wykazać na przykładzie dobroci względem nas, w Chrystusie Jezusie. Łaską bowiem jesteście zbawieni przez wiarę. A to pochodzi nie od was, lecz jest darem Boga: nie z uczynków, aby się nikt nie chlubił. Jesteśmy bowiem Jego dziełem, stworzeni w Chrystusie Jezusie dla dobrych czynów, które Bóg z góry przygotował, abyśmy je pełnili. List do Efezjan 2, 4-10

A jak Mojżesz wywyższył węża na pustyni, tak potrzeba, by wywyższono Syna Człowieczego, aby każdy, kto w Niego wierzy, miał życie wieczne. Tak bowiem Bóg umiłował świat, że Syna swego Jednorodzonego dał, aby każdy, kto w Niego wierzy, nie zginął, ale miał życie wieczne. Albowiem Bóg nie posłał swego Syna na świat po to, aby świat potępił, ale po to, by świat został przez Niego zbawiony. (...) A sąd polega na tym, że światło przyszło na świat, lecz ludzie bardziej umiłowali ciemność aniżeli światło: bo złe były ich uczynki. Każdy bowiem, kto się dopuszcza nieprawości, nienawidzi światła i nie zbliża się do światła, aby nie potępiono jego uczynków. Kto spełnia wymagania prawdy, zbliża się do światła, aby się okazało, że jego uczynki są dokonane w Bogu. Jan 3,14-21 REFLEKSJA NA TEMAT CZYTAŃ NIEDZELNYCH...

Wielki Post nie jest bynajmniej czasem smutku. Jest to przede wszystkim czas powrotu do tego, co pierwsze i najważniejsze w naszym życiu: do miłości Boga. Wszystkie wielkopostne praktyki pokutne o tyle mają sens, o ile służą otwarciu serca na przyjęcie darmowej miłości Boga, objawionej w Jezusie Chrystusie, bez której nie jesteśmy w stanie zrobić niczego dobrego. Mają nam one pomóc przyjąć miłość Boga i rozpoznać w sobie Jego dzieci. Ten, kto uwierzył miłości Boga, sam staje się jej znakiem dla innych przez wszystko, co robi i mówi.

ITENERARIO DE MISAS EN ESPAÑOL:  Domingos: 9:00am. El 12 de cada mes misa en honor de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe en la iglesia de abajo a las 7:30pm. HORARIO DE LA RECTORIA:

 Lunes a Viernes: 9:00am - 4:00pm. Martes a Jueves: 7:00pm - 9:00pm. Sabados y Domingos: 9:00am -1:00pm. CONFESIONES:  Sabados de 3:30pm - 4:30pm en la Iglesia de abajo (o a cualquier hora por cita)

ESTACIONES DE LA CRUZ  CADA VIERNES A LAS 7:00PM UNCION DE LOS ENFERMOS

 Este sacramento se administra en la misa de 9:00am el primer Domingo de cada mes. MATRIMONIOS:

 Las parejas deben de hacer una cita con el sacerdote 6 meses antes del dia de su boda.

LA MISERICORDIA DE DIOS

La lectura de hoy del libro de las Crónicas contiene una especie de “breve historia” de Israel, que pone de relieve la misericordia de Dios en la elección de Ciro el persa para ser instrumento de liberación cuando el pueblo estaba en cautiverio en Babilonia. A pesar de su pecado y el castigo merecido al que estaban siendo sometidos, la misericordia de Dios se prodigó en el pueblo en forma de un acto milagroso de liberación. La Carta a los Efesios, en términos mucho más teológicos, da una versión similar de un Dios “que nos dio la vida con Cristo y en Cristo [y] por pura generosidad suya, hemos sido salvados”. El autor hace hincapié en que era cuando estábamos “muertos por nuestros pecados” que Dios nos salvó, un acto de pura gracia. Hace hincapié en que no es nuestro propio esfuerzo que nos ha liberado del pecado (“esto no se debe a ustedes mismos”); sino que “es un don de Dios”. Esto, por supuesto, es el corazón de todos los escritos paulinos, que la salvación nos llega por la fe en la misericordia de Dios, revelado en la muerte de Jesús. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

BAUTISOS:

 Favor contactar Sister Maureen. Los padres deben registrarse para una clase antes del bautiso. ADORACION AL SANTISIMO:  Cada Sabado en la iglesia de abajo de 8:00am - 9:00pm. NOVENA A LA MEDALIA MILAGROSA

 Cada Miercoles despues de la misa de 9:00am. SANTO ROSARIO:

 Lunes a Viernes a la 8:40am e la Misa de 9:00am. ULTRELLA-CURSILLO:  Miercoles a las 7:30pm. EDUCACION RELIGIOSA:  Domingos de 9:00am a 10:30am.

APELACIÓN CATÓLICA ANUAL 2018 EN MARCHA

La Campaña Católica Anual 2018 apoya el trabajo diario de nuestra Iglesia en todo Brooklyn y Queens de maneras que ninguna parroquia puede lograr sola apoyando a los siguientes ministerios: Caridades Católicas; Capellánes de hospital, colegio y prisión; Oficina Diocesana de Vocaciones; Catholic Migration Services; Programa de asistencia parroquial; Oficina de Formación de Fe; Residencia del obispo Muguvero para clérigo enfermo; Fundación Futures in Education Scholarship. Por favor, done todo lo que pueda a esta Apelación. Para obtener más información, hay un folleto de Preguntas Frecuentes en la parte posterior de la iglesia en español. VIA CRUCIS LOS VIERNES DE CUARESMA 7:30 PM - ESPAÑOL

TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE

En Latinoamérica, como en muchas partes del mundo, hay una horrible e impresionante pobreza. Enfrentado con la miseria humana, el cristiano puede responder con resignación “Yo no soy nadie, ¿qué puedo hacer yo? Nada.” o puede responder con obras de caridad ayudando uno por uno a los pobres y necesitados. Esta virtud, es el pilar más importante de la conversión. Porque en ella imitamos a Jesucristo que vino no a condenar al mundo sino a salvarlo. Sin la caridad nuestros ayunos son dietas y nuestras oraciones son palabras necias. La caridad es una virtud cristiana, porque Dios es el mejor ejemplo de lo que es la caridad. La caridad no es limosna, es amor y justicia, es salud y salvación; es cumplir con el mandamiento de amarnos los unos a los otros en un mundo donde la mayoría son pobres y desamparados. La caridad es dar al necesitado algo que uno aun necesite, es obrar por cambios sociales que promuevan la dignidad humana y el bienestar económico de todos. La caridad es amor y Dios es amor; vivamos en ese amor. - Fray Gilberto Cavazos‑Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma 11 de marzo de 2018

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St. Rose of Lima Church - St. Rose of Lima Brooklyn

St. Rose of Lima Church 269 Parkville Avenue • Brooklyn, New York 11230 Rectory (718) 434-8040 stroseoflimabrooklyn.com Rev. Łukasz Trocha, Pastor Sis...

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