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Co-Cathedral Saint Joseph - Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph Co-Cathedral of Saint Joseph, Brooklyng 856 Pacific
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  • The Co-Cathedral of Saint Joseph October 8th, 2017 Octubre 8 de 2017

    856 Pacific Street Brooklyn, NY 11238 718-638-1071 - Fax: 718-398-2410 info@stjosephs-brooklyn.org

    www.StJosephs-Brooklyn.org StJosephBrooklyn @StJoseph_BK

    MASS SCHEDULE HORARIO DE MISAS

    Sunday/Domingo 9:00am - English 10:30am - Spanish 12:000pm - English

    Weekdays/Días Entre Semana 8:00am - English 9:00am - Spanish

    OFFICE HOURS HORARIO DE OFICINA Mon-Fir/Lun-Vier: 9am - 6pm Sat-Sun/Sab-Dom: 9am-4pm Closed/Cerrada: 12pm-1pm (Lunch) EUCHARISTIC ADORATION ADORACION EUCARISTICA Friday/Viernes: 9am - 7pm NOCTURNAL ADORATION/ ADORACION NOCTURNA First Friday 9:00am - Saturday 7:00am/ Primer Viernes 9:00am - Sábado 7:00am CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES Saturday/Sábado 3:00-4:00pm (or by appointment)

    THIS WEEK AT ST. JOSEPH´S - ESTA SEMANA EN SAN JOSÉ Sun 10/08 Arise Leaders Blessing @ every Mass. Blessing of the animals @ 1:00 PM Mon 10/09 Columbus Day – The office is closed- La oficina está cerrada Tue 10/10 Clases de Biblia con Diácono Fausto @ 7:00 PM Fri 10/13 Young Adults: Theology on a Plate @ 7:00 PM – Undercroft Sat 10/14 Congreso de Familias con Fray Nelson Medina. 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM @ Church Sun 10/15 Talk and lunch with Nelson Medina @ 1:00 PM – Undercroft

    CATHEDRAL STAFF PARISH RECTOR The Reverend Monsignor Kieran E. Harrington kharrington@StJosephs-Brooklyn.org

    PAROCHIAL VICAR The Reverend Charles P. Keeney ckeeney@stjosephs-Brooklyn.org

    DEACON Deacon Fausto Duran fduran@StJosephs-Brooklyn.org

    DEACON/RCIA DIRECTOR Deacon Manuel H. Quintana mquintana@StJosephs-Brooklyn.org

    PARISH SECRETARY Ms. Clara Martinez cmartinez@StJosephs-Brooklyn.org

    CCD DIRECTOR Ms. Jessica Figueroa faithformation@StJosephs - Brooklyn.org

    PASTORAL ASSOCIATE AND YOUNG ADULT MINISTER Mother Maria Amador, PCM mcamador@StJosephs-Brooklyn.org

    PRETEEN, YOUTH AND SENIOR CITIZEN MINISTER Sister Heidi Delgadillo, PCM hdelgadillo@StJosephs-Brooklyn.org MUSIC DIRECTOR Mr. Alejandro Zuleta azuleta@stjosephs-Brooklyn.org

    THE SENSELESS VIOLENCE VIOLENCIA SIN SENTIDO

    primer lugar, me recuerda la fragilidad de la vida humana. Mientras observaba una lista de los que perecieron, no pude evitar pensar - ¡qué joven! También pre- guntarme acerca de cómo tal terrible mal puede arraigar en el corazón humano. Fundamentalmente, esto sólo es posible porque la dignidad y la santidad de la vida humana han sido atacadas durante generaciones. ¿Cómo podemos valorar a nuestros vecinos si no podemos ver lo sa- grado de la vida en el útero y en nuestros enfermos / ancianos? La tragedia en Las Vegas exige que oremos por las víctimas y el perpetrador. El odio y la venganza no tienen lugar en los corazones de los cris- tianos - sólo podemos decidir ser para el otro. Por desgracia, el asesino es nuestro hermano, al igual que las víctimas. De- bemos redoblar nuestros esfuerzos para elaborar leyes que, por un lado, reduzcan las oportunidades de tal insensatez y, por otro, promuevan un mayor sentido del valor de toda vida humana. Esforcémo- nos por construir una nación que acari- cie la vida. Que Dios los bendiga.

    Something has gone terribly awry in our country. Last year there were over 15,000 murders reported. This past week we all witnessed the senseless violence that took place in Las Vegas. First, it reminds me of the fragility of human life. As I watched a listing of those who perished, I couldn’t help but think – how young. It also prompts questions as to how such great evil can take root in the human heart. Fundamentally, this is only possible because the dignity and sanctity of human life has been under attack for generations. How can we value our neighbors if we cannot see the sacredness of life in the womb and in our infirmed/elderly? The tragedy in Las Vegas demands that we pray for the victims and the perpetrator. Hate and revenge have no place in Christians’ hearts – we can only decide to be for the other. Alas, the killer is our brother, as are the victims. We must redouble our efforts to craft laws that on one hand reduce the opportunities for such senselessness, and on the other promote a greater sense of the value of all human life. Let’s strive to build a nation that cherishes life. May God bless you.

    Algo terrible ha sucedido en nuestro país. El año pasado se registraron más de 15,000 asesinatos. La semana pasa- da todos presenciamos la violencia sin sentido que tuvo lugar en Las Vegas. En

    Let’s strive to build a nation that cherishes life.

    Esforcémonos por construir una nación que

    acaricie la vida.

  • TODAY’S READINGS

    First Reading The Lord compares the house of Israel to a vineyard. (Isaiah 5:1-7)

    Responsorial Psalm The vineyard of the Lord is the house of Israel (Psalm 80:9,12- 16,19-20)

    Second Reading Paul encourages the Philippians to stay faithful to the teaching they received from him. (Philippians 4:6-9)

    Gospel Reading Jesus tells the parable about the wicked tenants. (Matthew 21:33-43)

    09 Monday - Lunes: Jon 1:1—2:2, 11/ Lk 10:25-37

    10 Thuesday - Martes: Jon 3:1-10/Lk 10:38-42

    11 Wednesday – Miercoles: Jon 4:1- 11/Lk 11:1-4

    12 Thurday – Jueves: Mal 3:13-20b/Lk 11:5-13

    13 Friday – Viernes: Jl 1:13-15; 2:1-2/Lk 11:15-26

    14 Saturday - Sabado: Jl 4:12-21/Lk 11:27-28

    DAILY MASS READINGS LECTURAS DIARIAS

    DE LA MISA

    MINISTERS / MINISTROS 9:00 Masss Helpers of St. Joseph: Tina Perryman; Mariela Shaw; Karl Arthur; and

    Joseph Kwiatkowski Lectors: Nancy Martinez, 1st Reading; and Eric Ver, 2nd Reading Misa 10:30 Ayudantes de San José: Lida Wickham; Hilda Tallez; Gabriela Zarate;

    Caritina & Ignacio López; y José-Luis & Marielena Palacios Lectoras: Gloria Rodriguez, 1ª Lectura; y Norma Rodriguez, 2ª Lectura

    Noon Mass Helpers of St. Joseph: Marlene Cordero Burgos; Nancy Cardinale; Ray

    Cordero; and Yvonne Laborde Lectors: Anafidelia Tavares, 1st Reading; and Sue Rozinski, 2nd Reading

    Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A Vigésimo Séptimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario, Ciclo A

    LECTURAS DE HOY Primera lectura El Señor compara la casa de Israel a una viña. (Isaías 5: 1-7)

    Salmo responsorial La viña del Señor es el pueblo de Israel. (Salmo 80: 9,12-16,19-20)

    Segunda Lectura Pablo anima a los filipenses a per- manecer fieles a la enseñanza que recibieron de él. (Filipenses 4: 6-9)

    Lectura del Evangelio Jesús dice la parábola acerca de los inquilinos malvados. (Mateo 21: 33-43)

  • HELPING HANDS EMBODY CHRIST’S LOVE

    Members of the ARISE/LEVANTATE/LEVE KAN- PE small faith sharing groups will join others from

    SAVE THE DATES - PRÓXIMOS EVENTOS

    NOV 6

    Collection and Attendance/ Colecta y Asistencia:

    October 1st, 2017

    Mass Count Collection 9 am. 68 $634.00 10 am. 196 $902.00 12 pm. 220 $1,151.00

    Mass Schedule/ Horario de Misas: October 15th, 2017

    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

    CALENDAR UPDATE

    9:00 am - Fr. Charles Keeney

    10:30 am - Monsignor Harrington

    12:00 pm - Fr. Charles Keeney

    Mass Intention 10/08/17 • For the People of St. Joseph • En honor a nuestra Virgen De

    Guadalupe • For the Canonization of Father

    Bernard J. Quinn

    The Faith Formation registrations

    for 2017-2018 are open.

    Please sign-up in person or at www.stjosephs-brooklyn.org

    We happily announce that 85 peo- ple are registered to be part of the ARISE THIRD SEASON, “In the footsteps of Christ.” Let’s pray for our brothers and sisters who are taken part of this small faith sha- ring communities so that they can grow in love, faith, and hope.

    ARISE THIRD SEASON WILL START THIS WEEK LA TERCERA TEMPORADA DE LEVANTATE

    COMIENZA ESTA SEMANA

    Estamos felices de anunciar que 85 personas están registradas para formar parte de la TERCERA TEMPORADA de LEVANTATE, “siguiendo las huellas de Cristo.” Oremos por nuestros hermanos y hermanas que son parte de estas pequeñas comunidades de fe para que puedan crecer en amor, fe y es- peranza.

    ROCKING FOR GOD: OCTOBER 22, 2017 Young Adult Volunteer Rockers

    8:40 – 9:40 Felicia Elizabeth Monserratto Daniel Maricruz Lily _______ 9:40 - 10:40 Israel Samantha Cara Cara’s friend Marlene _______ _______ 10:40 - 11:40 Israel Chrstelle Dave Tania Missy Elaine _______ 11:40 - 12:40 Dave Kathryn Denis Flora Missy _______ _______ 12:40 - 1:40 Gaby Emily Lisa Flora Missy Mike Efi

    Thanks for the gift of rocking chairs from Jean Claude, Audrey, Rosalba, Emi- ra, Luz, and Anna!!!!! Donations and sponsorships have already come in from the following parishioners: Msgr. Ha- rrington, Agnes Harrington, Carole Fitzpatrick, Michael Kavic, Phil Reddy, Dianne Hall, Tom and Susan Rozinski, Joanne Francillon, Vistoria Carlucci, Nancy Cardinale, Vanessa Betancourt, Audrey Taitt-Hall, Gerard Quinones, Daniela Canela, Fausto Duran, Maria Montanez, Moises Reina, Blanca Figueroa, Higinio Santiago Jimenez, Karen Mowry, Annabelle Cruz, Blanca Cruz, Erin Mulligan, Jason Resse, Ramona Quinones, Lumene Monplaisir, Edith Morales, Erick Ver, and at least 5 anonymous donations! Sponsorships can be placed in the collection baskets from now through the event. Donations will be taken on the day of the event as well. Continue praying for the financial, social, and charitable success of this new event at St. Joseph

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