Parish of Blessed Sacrament Saint Sylvester

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Parish of 

Blessed Sacrament – Saint Sylvester

March 28, 2021

Palm Sunday

Domingo de Ramos

Blessed Sacrament

198 Euclid Avenue , Brooklyn, NY 11208 Tel:. 718-827-1200 Fax:. 718-827-2422 Receptionbsbk@gmail.com Mass*Misas Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m – English 7:15pm – Español Saturday 4:00 pm – English 7:15 pm – Español Sunday

8:30 A.M. & 12:45 pm English 9:45 A.M. & 11:15 A.M. Español

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 10:00 a.m. – 1:00pm & 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Saint Sylvester

265 McKinley Avenue , Brooklyn, NY 11208 Tel:. 718-647-1995 Fax:. 718-348-4035

StSylvester265@gmail.com Mass*Misas

Monday - Friday 9:30 a.m. Espanol Mon. Thurs. Fri.

6:30pm Espanol Saturday 5:30 pm – Bilingual Sunday 8:30 a.m. – English 10:00 a.m. Spanish Office Hours

Jueves/Thursday 10:00 a.m– 1:00 pm and 2:00 –4:p.m

Monday –Wed, and Friday

It is operating from Blessed Sacrament until further notice Se esta operando desde Blessed Sacrament hasta nuevo aviso

Parish Clergy

Rev . Luis F. Laverde, Pastor , Rev. Jorge Mario Vallejo, Parochial Vicar Deacon Rafael Cabrera, Deacon Carlos Pichardo

Blessed Sacrament $ 6,968 Saturday – Sabado 4:00 p.m. - $ 446 7:15 p.m. - $ 763 Sunday – Domingo 8:30 a,m.- $ 834 9:45 a.m. – $ 2,014 11:15 a.m.-$ 2,202 12:45 p.m. $– 709 Saint Sylvester $ 2,327 Saturday – Sabado 5:30 p.m.– 656 Sunday – Domingo 8:30 a.m.- $ 227 10:00 a.m.- $1,444

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Mass Intentions @ Blessed Sacrament

Sunday 3/28

8:30A.M. – For the people of Blessed Sacrament- St. Sylvester, + Asuncion Rodriguez

9:45 a.m. +Marleni Laverde, + Jose Gonzalez 1 año, +Carlos Mario De la Cruz, +Francisco Suriel 8 años, +Esperanza

Marmolejos 1 año

11:15 a.m.-+Amarilys Hernandez, +Maria Rodriguez, En ac-ción de gracias for la familia Cedillo-Minaya, En acac-ción de gra-cias por la salud de Jessica, Wilson, Jarilith, Por la salud de

Gloriann Miranda Cantres y su bebe, +Maria Rodriguez 12:45pm - For the people of Blessed Sacrament-

St. Sylvester, Monday 3/29

8:30 a.m -+For the Homeless 7:15pm –Tuesday 3/30– 8:30a.m.: -For the Church Persecuted

7:15pm: +Martina Suriel 1 año, Valoy de Jesus Bisono, +Jorge Salcedo 9 meses, Por un año mas de vida de Ana Hernandez y

Maritza Liz Wednesday 3/31 8:30 a.m.: +For the Sick,

7:15 pm: Por los enfermos de nuestra comunidad, +Angel Dejesus

Rodriguez 10 meses, +Roman Batista 1 año, +Amarilys Hernandez 1 año

Thursday 4/1 8:30 a.m.: For Vocations

7:15pm: Por las Vocaciones, +Efren Serrano Barco, +Gumercinda Diaz,

Friday 4/2

8:30 a.m.. – For the Unborn, 7:15pm - Por los niños no nacido,

Saturday 4/3

4:00pm - +For the Souls in Purgatory,

7:15pm - Por las animas del Purgatorio, +Luisa Jesus Pichardo, +Isabel Vargas 4 meses, +Luz del Carmen Polanco, +Angel

Maria Rodriguez, +Fermin Emilio Jorge 1 año

Mass Intentions @ Saint Sylvester

Sunday 3/28

8:30 a.m..: +For the community of Blessed Sacra-ment-St. Sylvester,

10 a.m.– Paz y Liberacion de la Familia Marte Va-lerio, Paz y liberación de la familia De los Santos Peñ Diaz, +Beisa Matos, +Epidio Matos, Por la Salud y liberación de la familia Fajardo Minaya

Monday 3/29

9:30 a.m.. – For the Homeless, +Lean G. Cruz en su cumpleaños en el cielo,

6:30pm– Por los desamparados Tuesday 3/30

9:30 a.m.. - Por las almas del pulgatorio, Wednesday 3/31

9:30 a.m.: For the church persecuted, +Juan Beras

Thursday 4/1

9:30 a.m.– Por las Vocaciones, 6:30pm:- Por las Vocaciones

Friday 4/2

9:30 a.m..: For the unborn Saturday 4/3

5:30pm : For the souls in Purgatory, Por las animas del Purgatorio

Pray for the Sick – Orar por los Enfermos

Please call the Rectory to add the name of a sick loved one

Favor de llamar a la Rectoria para incluir el nombre de su ser querido enfermo

PRIMERA LECTURA Is 50:4-7 FIRST READING

SALMO RESPONSORIAL: 22:8-9, 17-18, 19-20, 23-24RESPONSORIAL PSALM SEGUNDA LECTURA: Phil 2:6-11 SECOND READING

EVANGELIO: Mk 14:1—15:47 GOSPEL

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Pope Francis’ reflection on Palm Sunday

At the heart of this celebration, which seems so festive, are the words we heard in the hymn of the Letter to the Philippians: “He humbled himself” (2:8). Jesus’ humiliation.

These words show us God’s way and, consequently, that which must be the way of Christians: it is humility. A way which con-stantly amazes and disturbs us: we will never get used to a humble God!

Humility is above all God’s way: God humbles himself to walk with his people, to put up with their infidelity. This is clear when we read the the story of the Exodus. How humiliating for the Lord to hear all that grumbling, all those complaints against Moses, but ultimately against him, their Father, who brought them out of slavery and was leading them on the journey through the desert to the land of freedom.

This week, Holy Week, which leads us to Easter, we will take this path of Jesus’ own humiliation. Only in this way will this week be “holy” for us too!

We will feel the contempt of the leaders of his people and their attempts to trip him up. We will be there at the betray-al of Judas, one of the Twelve, who will sell him for thirty pieces of silver. We will see the Lord arrested and carried off like a criminal; abandoned by his disciples, dragged before the Sanhedrin, condemned to death, beaten and insult-ed. We will hear Peter, the “rock” among the disciples, deny him three times. We will hear the shouts of the crowd, egged on by their leaders, who demand that Barabbas be freed and Jesus crucified. We will see him mocked by the soldiers, robed in purple and crowned with thorns. And then, as he makes his sorrowful way beneath the cross, we will hear the jeering of the people and their leaders, who scoff at his being King and Son of God.

This is God’s way, the way of humility. It is the way of Jesus; there is no other. And there can be no humility without humiliation.

Following this path to the full, the Son of God took on the “form of a slave” (cf. Phil 2:7). In the end, humility also means service. It means making room for God by stripping oneself, “emptying oneself”, as Scripture says (v. 7). This – the pouring out of oneself - is the greatest humiliation of all.

There is another way, however, opposed to the way of Christ. It is worldliness, the way of the world. The world pro-poses the way of vanity, pride, success… the other way. The Evil One proposed this way to Jesus too, during his forty days in the desert. But Jesus immediately rejected it. With him, and only by his grace, with his help, we too can over-come this temptation to vanity, to worldliness, not only at significant moments, but in daily life as well.

In this, we are helped and comforted by the example of so many men and women who, in silence and hiddenness, sac-rifice themselves daily to serve others: a sick relative, an elderly person living alone, a disabled person, the home-less…

We think too of the humiliation endured by all those who, for their lives of fidelity to the Gospel, encounter discrimi-nation and pay a personal price. We think too of our brothers and sisters who are persecuted because they are Chris-tians, the martyrs of our own time – and there are many. They refuse to deny Jesus and they endure insult and injury with dignity. They follow him on his way. In truth, we can speak of a “cloud of witnesses” – the martyrs of our own time (cf. Heb 12:1).

During this week, let us set about with determination along this same path of humility, with immense love for him, our Lord and Saviour. Love will guide us and give us strength. For where he is, we too shall be (cf. Jn 12:26).

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Meditación del Papa Francisco sobre Domingo de Ramos:

En el corazón de esta celebración, que parece tan festiva, están las palabras que escuchamos en el himno de la Carta a los Filipenses: “Se humilló a sí mismo” (2, 8). La humillación de Jesús.

Estas palabras nos muestran el camino de Dios y, en consecuen-cia, el que debe ser el camino de los cristianos: la humildad. Un camino que nos asombra y perturba constantemente: ¡nunca nos acostumbraremos a un Dios humilde!

La humildad es ante todo el camino de Dios: Dios se humilla pa-ra caminar con su pueblo, papa-ra aguantar su infidelidad. Esto queda claro cuando leemos la historia del Éxodo. Qué humillante para el Señor escuchar todas esas quejas, todas esas quejas contra Moisés, pero en última instancia contra él, su Padre, que los sacó de la esclavitud y los estaba guiando en el viaje por el desierto hacia la tierra de la libertad.

Esta semana, Semana Santa, que nos lleva a la Pascua, emprenderemos este camino de la propia humillación de Jesús. ¡Solo así esta semana será “santa” también para nosotros!

Sentiremos el desprecio de los líderes de su pueblo y sus intentos de hacerle tropezar. Estaremos allí en la trai-ción de Judas, uno de los Doce, que lo venderá por treinta piezas de plata. Veremos al Señor arrestado y llevado como un criminal; abandonado por sus discípulos, arrastrado ante el Sanedrín, condenado a muerte, golpeado e insultado. Escucharemos a Pedro, la “roca” entre los discípulos, negarlo tres veces. Escucharemos los gritos de la multitud, incitada por sus líderes, que exigen la liberación de Barrabás y la crucifixión de Jesús. Lo veremos bur-lado por los soldados, vestido de púrpura y coronado de espinas. Y luego, mientras recorre su camino dolorido debajo de la cruz, escucharemos las burlas del pueblo y sus líderes, que se mofan de que él sea Rey e Hijo de Di-os.

Este es el camino de Dios, el camino de la humildad. Es el camino de Jesús; no hay otro. Y no puede haber hu-mildad sin humillación.

Siguiendo plenamente este camino, el Hijo de Dios tomó la “forma de esclavo” (cf. Fil 2, 7). Al final, la hu-mildad también significa servicio. Significa hacer lugar a Dios desnudándose, “despojándose”, como dice la Es-critura (v. 7). Esto, el derramamiento de uno mismo, es la mayor humillación de todas.

Sin embargo, hay otro camino opuesto al camino de Cristo. Es la mundanalidad, el camino del mundo. El mundo propone el camino de la vanidad, el orgullo, el éxito… al revés. El Maligno le propuso este camino también a Jesús, durante sus cuarenta días en el desierto. Pero Jesús lo rechazó de inmediato. Con él, y solo por su gracia, con su ayuda, también nosotros podemos vencer esta tentación de la vanidad, de la mundanalidad, no solo en los momentos significativos, sino también en la vida diaria.

En esto, nos ayuda y conforta el ejemplo de tantos hombres y mujeres que, en el silencio y en la clandestinidad, se sacrifican a diario para servir a los demás: un familiar enfermo, un anciano que vive solo, un discapacitado, un vagabundo ...

Pensamos también en la humillación que sufren todos aquellos que, por su vida de fidelidad al Evangelio, se encuentran con la discriminación y pagan un precio personal. Pensamos también en nuestros hermanos y her-manas perseguidos por ser cristianos, los mártires de nuestro tiempo, y son muchos. Se niegan a negar a Jesús y soportan los insultos y las heridas con dignidad. Lo siguen en su camino. En verdad, podemos hablar de una “nube de testigos”, los mártires de nuestro tiempo (cf. Hb 12, 1).

Durante esta semana, emprendamos con determinación este mismo camino de humildad, con inmenso amor a Él, nuestro Señor y Salvador. El amor nos guiará y nos dará fuerzas. Porque donde él está, nosotros también

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Gold Donor

Star

Donor

Platinum Donor

Fr. Luis Laverde Giselles Acevedo Familia Gutierrez Mr. & Mrs. Jesus

de Jesus Ms. Andrea Fajardo Fr. Jorge Mario Vallejo Sandra Hernandez Milady Fernandez Mr. John McGroarty James Guistizia Jose Torres Mr. and Mrs. Juan

Gonzalez Mrs. Argentina Fer-nandez John Schretzman Ana Pena Mr. and Mrs. Juan Estrella Ms. Josefina Tejada Julia Yauri Pablo Espinal Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pedro

Cabezas Ms. Marilyn Ortiz

Dowill Garcia Familia

Dominguez-Milian Mrs. Isabel Songor Mr. Luis Grullon Salvador Ferreiras Mr. and Mrs. Pedro

Frias Ms. Teresa Almonte Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Espinal Mr. and Mrs. Pablo

Espinal Mr. Wilson Garcia Mrs. Cristina Perez Mr. Ramon Torres Mrs. Gloria Corujo Mr. Jose Santos Mr. and Mrs. Jose Torres Ms. Rosaura Rivas Ms. Rosaura Figueroa Mr. Dario Lopez Ms. Basilia Cabral Ms. Marilenis Cepeda

Mr. Luis Lopez Leidy Joanna Villa Ms. Josefa Taveras Mr. and Mrs. Dionicio

Espinal Justina Aguasanta Ms. Carlota Mizhquiri

Silver Donor

Mr. and Mrs. Felix Bello Ms. Basilia Cabral Ms. Ramona Infante Juanita Medina Natalie Bello y

Christian Vazquez Mr. Ramon Espinal Ms. Blanca Galeano Andrea Varona Anangely Bello y

Jeffrey Pineda Ms.Mirian Rodriguez Ms. Patricia Navas Familia Bisono Ms. Maria Marte Ms. Ana Castillo Mr. Franciso Beraro Mr. and Mrs. Valeiron Ms. Maria Martinez Mr. Nelson Jimenez Ms. Carmen Burgos Laury Paulino Mrs. Maria A. Robles Mr. and Mrs. Manuel

Leonardo Ms. Teresa Morales

Daisy Cortazar Mr. and Mrs. Eulogio

Pichardo Mr. Juan Veloz Ms. Elena Arocha Mr. and Mrs. Genaro Corona Mr. Jose Santos Mr. Manuel Veloz Ms. Nidia Pena Ms. Bibiana Salcedo Mr. Andy Mena Mr. and Mrs. Orlando

Orellana Ms. Bennoit Romero

Ms. Fe Ferrer Ms. Opehelia Rivas Ms. Rosario Carchi

Bronze

Donor

Felicia Sigh

Mr. Dario Matos Ana Marmolejos Mr. Chris Bailo

Mrs. Maritza Terezano Mr. Eddy Rodriguez

Ms. Katarzyna

Bezruchko Ms. Geraldine Conway

Mr. and Mrs. Victor

Ceballos Ramona Genao

Javier Leon Mr. and Mrs. Marino Hernandez Carolyn Fleming Mr. Juan De la Cruz Ms. Carolyn Fleming Familia Rolon

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Blessed Sacrament Church

Palm Sunday/Domingo de Ramos, March 28

English: 8:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. (Church)

Español: 9:45a.m.y 11:15 a.m. (Iglesia)

Español: 10:00 a.m y 11:30 a.m. (Gym de Escuela)

3:00 p.m.–(Bilingual) (Church/Iglesia)

Holy Monday/Lunes Santo, March 29

8:30 a.m.—Mass 7:00 p.m.—Misa

Holy Tuesday/Martes Santo, March 30

8:30 a.m..—Mass 7:00 p.m.—Misa

Holy Wednesday/Miercoles Santo, March 31

8:30 a.m.—Mass 7:00 p.m.—Misa

Holy Thursday/Jueves Santo, April 1

6:00 p.m.—Mass of the Lord's Supper

7:30 p.m.– La Ultima Cena

Good Friday/Viernes Santo, April 2

11:00 a.m.. Stations of the Cross/Via

Crucis-Bilingual

3:00 p.m. Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion/Liturgia

de la Pasion del Señor –Bilingual

7:00 p.m. 7 Last Word/ 7 Palabras– Bilingual

Holy Saturday/Sabado Santo April 3

9:00 p.m.- Easter Vigil/Vigilia Pascual

Easter Sunday/Domingo de Pascua, April 4

English: 8:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. (Church)

Español: 9:45a.m.y 11:15 a.m.(Iglesia)

Español: 10:00 a.m y 11:30 a.m. (Gym de Escuela)

3:00 p.m Bilingual.–(Church/Iglesia)

St. Sylvester Church

Palm Sunday/Domingo de Ramos, March 28

English: 8:30 a.m.. and 12:45 p.m.

Español: 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

3:00 p.m.-Bilingual

Holy Monday/Lunes Santo, March 29

9:30 a.m.—Mass

Holy Thursday/Jueves Santo, April 1

6:00 p.m.—Mass of the Lord's Supper

7:30 p.m.– La Ultima Cena

Good Friday/Viernes Santo, April 2

11:00 a.m.. Stations of the Cross/Via Crucis

Bilingual

3:00 p.m. Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion/

Liturgia de la Pasion del Señor –Bilingual

7:00 p.m. 7 Last Word/ 7 Palabras– Bilingual

Holy Saturday/Sabado Santo April 3

9:00 p.m.- Easter Vigil/Vigilia Pascual

Easter Sunday/Domingo de Pascua, April 4

English: 8:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m

Español 9:45 a.m and 11:15 a.m

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