Welcome to Saint Brendan Parish Family - St. Brendan | Brooklyn

Welcome to Saint Brendan Parish Family 1907 Together is Better + Juntos es Mejor 2017 Pastoral Staff: Rev. Peter D. Gillen KCHS, Pastor Rev. Vasile Godenciuc, Pastor of Ukrainian Rite Mission Rev. Msgr. Rocco D. Villani, Parochial Vicar Bonina Campanella, Office Manager Frank Castaneda, Parish Plant Manager Carmina De La Rosa, Coordinator of Evangelization, Pastoral Minister James Edgell, Weekend Sacristan/Custodian Sarah Jane Starcher Germani, Director of Music Ministry Betsy Horacio, Business Manager Vincent Mangual, Sacristan/Custodian, Pastoral Minister

Rectory: 1525 East 12th Street Brooklyn, NY 11230 718-339-2828 Fax #: 718-339-5951 E-Mail: [email protected] [email protected] Website: stbrendanbklyn.org Follow us on Facebook: St Brendan Catholic Church Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9 am - 8 pm Saturdays 9 am - 2 pm

THE EUCHARIST IS THE HEART OF OUR LIFE IN CHRIST. Join us as we celebrate Holy Mass: Saturday Evening: 5:00 pm & 7:00 pm Español Sunday Morning: 9:00 am & 11:00 am Ukrainian Rite Divine Liturgy Sunday: 1:00 pm Monday to Saturday: 8:30 am Holy Day: Eve 7:00 pm, Day 8:30 am, 11:30 am & 7:00 pm Español

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: We celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation each Saturday afternoon at 4:00 pm. You can celebrate the sacrament at the Rectory during office hours. WEEKLY DEVOTIONS Join us as we pray the Rosary after the 8:30 am Mass each morning. We pray the Miraculous Medal Novena on Mondays immediately after Mass.




4th Sunday of Lent March 26, 2017 Saturday, March 25: 8:30 AM Special Intention 5:00 PM Arthur McCutchan - The Norton Family 7:00 PM Sunday, March 26: 9:00 AM Teddy Moeser - Cathy and Edgar Ariza 11:00 AM Joseph Gangone - Marie and Marlene Licciardello 1:00 PM Ukrainian Rite Divine Liturgy Monday, March 27: 8:30 AM Agnes Giordano - Betty Wade Tuesday, March 28: 8:30 AM For all who attend the 8:30 am Mass and in petition - Patty Ann Lanni Wednesday, March 29: 8:30 AM In deep thanks to God for all His Blessings and in petition - Patty Ann Lanni Thursday, March 30: 8:30 AM For special favors for Patty Ann Lanni Friday, March 31: 8:30 AM People of the Parish Saturday, April 1: 8:30 AM Intentions of the Lanni Family - Patty Ann Lanni 5:00 PM For God to abundantly Bless Msgr. Villani and in petition-Patty Ann Lanni 7:00 PM Reny Arturo Cruz & Jeremy Cruz - Juana Garcia & Henry Cruz

SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR THIS WEEK Monday: Is 65:17-21; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13b; Jn 4:43-54 Tuesday: Ez 47:1-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9; Jn 5:1-16 Wednesday: Is 49:8-15; Ps 145:8-9, 13cd-14, 17-18; Jn 5:17-30 Thursday: Ex 32:7-14; Ps 106:19-23; Jn 5:31-47 Friday: Wis 2:1a, 12-22; Ps 34:17-21, 23; Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30 Saturday: Jer 11:18-20; Ps 7:2-3, 9bc-12; Jn 7:40-53 Sunday: Ez 37:12-14; Ps 130:1-8; Rom 8:8-11; Jn 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45] Please take note: The Ramp door to the Church will be open Monday - Thursday till 4pm and Fridays till 7 pm.

March 26, 2017

Dear friends of Jesus and Brendan, "Not as man sees does God see because man sees the appearance but the Lord looks into the heart." Such powerful words from I Samuel 16.7 on this 4th Sunday in Lent as we prepare to proclaim the Gospel of the man born blind. This is the Sunday for sight and insight made possible by Jesus, our Light! Wouldn't it be wonderful to see ourselves and one another as God sees us? Wouldn't it create greater respect and build the peace of God in the world. How do you see yourself? How do you see those around you? Hopefully with the eyes of faith, with the eyes of Christ, with the eyes of love! Let us pray for the insight born of faith that allows us to see as God sees! LUMEN CHRISTI! CHRIST, OUR LIGHT! This weekend we celebrate the 2nd scrutiny and exorcism with John Chan and Maribel Cardoso. Let us continue to pray for them and for all the candidates for the Easter Sacraments and for each other that our hearts be prepared to celebrate the Resurrection, to celebrate the Easter Sacraments, and to renew our Baptismal Promises. This weekend our Girl Scouts are selling Girl Scout cookies... please buy a box or two. 7 of the scouts have recently achieved the highest religious award in scouting. We hope to have the award ceremony here. Samantha Rabanal is working on the highest award in scouting and will be asking for help from us. Let's support her efforts! Work has begun on the exterior of the top floor of the school and should take a total of ten days... ConEd has begun replacing all the light bulbs in the auditorium, the gym, and the parish hall. They will soon begin replacing lights in the church and the rectory. This project, at a reasonable cost to us, should provide substantial savings to the parish. Please continue being faithful to the Generations of Faith Campaign and to the weekly collection. Our new Website designed by DeSales Media should be up and running in a few days. It will be a great service to the parish. Don't forget Eucharistic Adoration... Jesus is waiting! Peace and Lenten blessings,

Father Peter

March 26, 2017



TODAY’S READINGS One candle burning at the Main Altar: For all God’s precious animals that suffer, are abused, abandoned, unloved and unwanted requested by Patty Ann Lanni. One candle burning at the Main Altar: For all Priests and Sisters especially the ones here at St. Brendan and the ones who have ever been here requested by Patty Ann Lanni. One candle burning at the Main Altar: In deep gratitude to God for all His Blessings and in petition requested by Patty Ann Lanni. One candle burning at the Tabernacle: Intentions of Patty Lanni. One candle burning at the Tabernacle: Special Intentions of Joseph, Patricia Ann, and Dawn Marie Lanni requested by Patty Ann Lanni. One candle burning at the Tabernacle: In Memory of Arthur McCutchan requested by The Bettencourt Family.

This week’s Rose of Life: For God to abundantly bless Msgr. Villani and in petition requested by Patty Ann Lanni

Catherine Adrian Nancy DeRiso Elba DiSapio

Steve Kravitsky John LaVerdi Roisin Tansey

PARISH SICK LIST Please call the rectory office to add a name. The name will remain on the list for a period of 4 weeks after which it will be removed. You must call again to have the name re-added to the list.

Arthur McCutchan ST. BRENDAN CARD PARTY MAY 19, 2017 CARD PARTY GIFTS NEEDED We are in need of gifts for our annual Card Party. If you would like to donate a gift please call the Rectory and let us know. We are also in need of some nice wicker baskets and any unopened liquor bottles for our Basket of Cheer. The success of our Card Party depends on the generosity of our parishioners and friends. If you are able to assist us please contact the Rectory office at 718339-2828 or you may drop off your donation during office hours. THANK YOU!!

The second collection of April 1st & 2nd will be for the Easter Flowers for the Church and Chapel.

First Reading — As the prophet Samuel anointed David with oil, the spirit of the LORD rushed upon David and remained with him from that day forward (1 Samuel 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a). Psalm — The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want (Psalm 23). Second Reading — You who were once darkness are now light in the Lord. Live as children of light (Ephesians 5:8-14). Gospel — The man who was blind from birth proclaimed: The one called Jesus made clay with his saliva, anointed my eyes with it, and told me to wash. When I washed, I was able to see! (John 9:1-41 [1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38])

VOCATIONS “The Lord looks on the heart.” Are you being called to do the deeds of Christ as a priest or in the consecrated life, proclaiming the reign of the loving mercy of God our Father? Contact the Vocation Office at (718) 827-2454, or email: [email protected]

PRAY FOR OUR SHEPHERDS Every day the priests of the Diocese pray for one of their brother priests. We would like to invite you to join us in praying for all the priests of the diocese every day as well as the particular priests scheduled for the day. Mar 26 John S. Wtulich Mar 27 Stanley F. Wulinski Mar 28 Raffaele Zaccagnino Mar 29 Romano A. Zanon Mar 30 Richard Zuk Mar 31 Joseph M. Zwosta Apr 1 Kevin P. Abels Please pray for the initiation of the Elect and all the Candidates for the Easter Sacraments.


John (Kai-Tsun) Chan Maribel Cardoso

Miguel Angel Delgado Daniela Celeste Erazo Rosa Jessica Michell Flores Ibarra Alex Antonio Hernandez Cardoso Rosana Inclan Vicent Marmolejo Bernave Pascual Elvis Ramirez Franco Ramirez Ian Kyle Rodriguez Cuapio Dafne Sanchez Guadalupe Vazquez Yadira Vazquez



LENTEN MONDAYS On all Mondays of Lent we will be showing Bishop Barron’s video series on Catholicism. Join us for this exciting series on Monday evenings at 7 pm in the Villani Center. EPISODE 4—MARY, THE MOTHER OF GOD

Please use the entrance to the right of the rectory. “Join us and renew your faith.”

March 26, 2017

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LENTEN REGULATIONS Abstinence from meat is observed on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all the Fridays of Lent by all Catholics 14 years of age and older. Fasting is observed on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday by all those between the ages of 18 and 59. Those bound by this rule may take only one full meal, with two smaller meals permitted. Eating between meals is not permitted. Easter Duty All those who have received their First Eucharist are bound by the obligation of receiving Communion at least once a year. This precept must be fulfilled (unless for a good reason) between the First Sunday of Lent (March 5th) and Trinity Sunday (June 11th).

Go to Confession. BETHLEHEM CHRISTIAN FAMILIES On the weekend of April 1st & 2nd, our brothers and sisters representing the Bethlehem Christian Families; a non profit organization through Land of Peace will be with us speaking about the Christian situation in the Holy Land and selling Crucifixes, religious art work, and rosaries-all made of olive wood which is native to Israel and Bethlehem. Since tourism has greatly depleted, Christian families in the holy land, who depend on tourists, have been greatly affected. The goal of this mission is to build a Charitable Hospital in Bethlehem and help poor and needy families in Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Sale of these goods will help them very much and also give you the opportunity to have “something” authentic from the holy land. Please browse and buy some articles. It is for a good cause and also a help to your personal devotion. For more info Website: www.landofpeace.org and www.bcfmission.com

Try Daily Mass.

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Our Call to Christian Stewardship

“As each has received a gift, employ it for one another as good stewards of God’s grace.” (1 Peter 4:10)

Weekend of March 18-19, 2017 Our weekly expenses: Our collections for the week: Offertory collection Net Loss

$17,080 $ 3,015 ($14,065)

Attendance at Mass

$17,080 weekly expenses

$3,015 weekly collection


March 26, 2017


COMING SOON Bethlehem Christian Families April 1 & 2 Mini Brunch Retreat

May 1

Card Party

May 19

Pentecost Family Picnic

June 4

St. Brendan welcomes our newly registered families: Franck Auguste James & Elodia Bonet Anay Calixto Camu Family Reyna Castillo Leticia Cohetero Marie-Anna Dorsainvil Eulogio & Martha Gil Paula Gomez

Juana Gonzalez Mary & Joseph Goss Patricio Luna Tovar Nooney Family Bertila A. Ramirez Virginia Santiago Rocio Terrazas Titla Mario Trejo

BISHOP KEARNEY HIGH SCHOOL GIFT AUCTION/CARD PARTY THURSDAY, MARCH 30 6:30-11:00 PM Rex Manor 1100 60th Street $65.00 per person 718-236-6363, ext. 246 MIDWOOD CATHOLIC ACADEMY SPRING FLING CARD PARTY Friday, March 31st St. Thomas Aquinas/Monsignor King Hall (School Gym) 1501 Hendrickson Street Flatlands, Brooklyn 7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30) Ticket Information 718-377-1800 $25.00 per person $30.00 if purchased at the door Refreshments Coffee/Cake/ Soda/Water/Ice Cream/Snacks & Goody Bag St. Mark Catholic Academy’s 23rd Annual Card Party “A Garden Party” Saturday, April 1st at 11 am Tickets are $25 each which includes entrance to the Card Party and luncheon Tickets can be purchased at Saint Mark Catholic Academy 2602 East 19th St in Sheepshead Bay Call 718-332-9304 or 718-574-1828 for more info

SAINT COLUMBA CHURCH - LADIES’ GUILD Spring Fest Raffle Night (Annual Card Party) Friday, April 21 Doors open at 6:30 pm Monsignor Jolley Hall 2245 Kimball St between Ave U & V Donation $25 per person Includes Chips, Pretzels, Cookies, Soda, Coffee, Tea NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED For reservations call Rose 718-627-4247 St. Edmund High School ALL ALUMNI Reunion Sat., April 8 at 2:00 pm at 2474 Ocean Ave honoring anniversary classes ending in 2’s & 7’s. For more info call Grace Carey 718-743-6100 ext 5080


ARISE Together in Christ

How will ARISE Together in Christ help this parish? ARISE enables people to: deepen their faith, develop a closer relationship with Christ, grow in community and reach out in service to others. Why is our parish participating in ARISE Together in Christ? All members of our parish are invited to come together to form a renewed community of faith, to welcome back those who may have been distanced form the Church and to spread the good News through active commitment to charity & justice.


We encourage all parishioners to sign up for this season and be part of the small faith sharing communities that are forming here at St. Brendan Parish. Even if you did not participate during the first season of ARISE last October, we invite you to participate during the Lenten season. Come and join us as we together “Change Our Hearts” and hence

ARISE Together in Christ.

Sign up sheets available in the lobby & in the Rectory.

EASTER MUSIC SPONSORSHIP Would you like to help support the costs of the special music for the Easter Triduum and Easter Sunday Liturgies at St. Brendan? Several levels of sponsorship are available and contributions can be made in memory of loved ones if desired. All sponsors will be acknowledged in the Triduum Liturgy programs. Three levels of sponsorship are available: Friend – $1 to $75 Sponsor - $76 - $150 Benefactor – Over $150

For more information please speak to Sarah Jane Starcher Germani, Director of Music Ministry after one of the Sunday Masses or by email at [email protected] or at (718) 339-2828.

Our daily Adoration time is off to a good start. We are still in need of more volunteers to cover each hour as well as for many people to stop in and visit with Jesus during Adoration time. We encourage you to come a few minutes early to sign the Adoration book inside the Chapel entrance.

Make a Holy Hour. Bishop Kearney High School Reunion (Classes ending in 2 & 7) April 28th - The Wicked Monk (limited tickets available) April 29th 12 pm Mass and Luncheon Call Catherine McCarthy Schmidt at 718-236-6363 ext 256



HIJOS DE LA LUZ El futuro rey, David, en la primera lectura de hoy, es un ejemplo de un tipo de personaje presente a lo largo de las escrituras hebreas. Es el hijo que nace fuera de lugar (no es ni el mayor ni el preferido) pero a fin de cuentas recibe la promesa de la alianza. El espíritu de Dios lo llena con su unción. En esto, se parece al hombre que nació ciego del Evangelio de hoy. La familia de David y la comunidad del ciego no esperaban que la gracia milagrosa del amor de Dios obrara por medio de ellos. Quizás ellos, también, estaban “ciegos” por las expectativas y suposiciones de los que los rodeaban. Sin embargo, luego de ser tocados por Dios, ambos “vieron” la presencia de la voluntad de Dios para ellos. Ambos se convirtieron en mensajeros de la voluntad de Dios. Ese mismo Espíritu de unción de Dios nos llenó en nuestro bautismo; se nos dio un cirio como símbolo de que somos miembros del Cuerpo de Cristo, la Luz de la Luz. Nuestra vocación, entonces, es cumplir esa iluminación, esa unción, como se nos dice en Efesios, viviendo como “hijos de la luz”. LECTURAS DE HOY Primera lectura — Samuel ungió a David para ser rey (1 Samuel 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a). Salmo — El Señor es mi pastor; nada me falta (Salmo 23 [22]). Segunda lectura — Levántense de entre los muertos, hijos de la luz (Efesios 5:8-14). Evangelio — De esto estoy seguro: Yo era ciego pero ahora puedo ver (Juan 9:1-41 [1, 6-9, 13-17, 34- 38]).

LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA Lunes: Is 65:17-21; Sal 30 (29):2, 4-6, 11-13b; Jn 4:43-54 Martes: Ez 47:1-9, 12; Sal 46 (45):2-3, 5-6, 8-9; Jn 5:1-16 Miércoles: Is 49:8-15; Sal 145 (144):8-9, 13cd-14, 17-18; Jn 5:17-30 Jueves: Ex 32:7-14; Sal 106 (105):19-23; Jn 5:31-47 Viernes: Sab 2:1a, 12-22; Sal 34 (33):17-21, 23; Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30 Sábado: Jer 11:18-20; Sal 7:2-3, 9bc-12; Jn 7:40-53 Domingo: Ez 37:12-14; Sal 130 (129):1-8; Rom 8:8-11; Jn 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45] V ENCUENTRO


March 26, 2017

TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Esta semana recordamos el nacimiento de uno de nuestros propios héroes: César Estrada Chávez, quien nació en Arizona en 1927 y falleció en Los Ángeles, California en 1993. El racismo y la injusticia de su tiempo, obligaron a él y su familia a salir de su natal Arizona, pues sus padres perdieron sus tierras a causa de unos malhechores. En 1938 el destino lo llevó a Los Ángeles, al barrio “Sal, si puedes”. Con la ayuda de Dolores Huerta y otras personas, en 1962 fundó el movimiento sindical de campesinos que daría a luz a United Farm Workers para protestar por las injusticias que nuestro pueblo sufría en los viñedos, situación que bien puede describirse como barbarie. Muchos se unieron a la “huelga” y al boicoteo de uvas bajo la bandera roja del águila azteca y el estandarte de Guadalupe. De esta manera, con símbolos de nuestro origen indígena y religioso, César nos enseñó que “Sí se puede” salir adelante. En dos ocasiones, en 1972 y en 1988 respectivamente, debido a que algunos compañeros del movimiento querían incurrir en la violencia para salir adelante, César hizo un ayuno de 24 y 36 días respectivamente. De esta manera exhortó una vez más a todo el movimiento de que sólo mediante el trabajo, la fe y el sacrificio se pueden lograr las cosas. ¡Sí se puede! Nuestra Adoración diaria ha tenido un buen comienzo. Aun necesitamos más voluntarios para cubrir cada hora, también necesitamos más personas que se detengan a visitar a Jesús durante el tiempo de Adoración. Le animamos a que lleguen unos minutos antes para firmar el libro de Adoración, se encuentra en la entrada de la Capilla.

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March 26, 2017


BAPTISMS: We celebrate the Sacrament of Baptism twice each month. Baptisms are celebrated in English on the second Saturday of the month. Spanish Baptisms are celebrated on the fourth Saturday of the month. All Baptisms are celebrated at 12 Noon. Arrangements must be made in advance with a member of the Pastoral Staff. RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS is a process for adults who wish to be baptized into the Catholic faith. Information about this program, or about reception of First Eucharist and Confirmation for adults, is available at the Rectory. MARRIAGES: Arrangements should be made at least six months in advance and participation in the Diocesan PreCana Program is required. SICK AND HOMEBOUND: Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring Holy Communion to those unable to come to Mass. In the event of serious illness please request the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. PARISH REGISTRATION: All parishioners are asked to register so that we may know you and provide reference letters when necessary. APPOINTMENTS TO SEE A PRIEST: If you would like to meet with a priest of the Parish, please call the Rectory for an appointment. 110th Anniversary of St. Brendan Parish


This Week At Saint Brendan Parish Sun., Mar. 26

9:15 AM

Faith Formation Class

Clonfert Center

10 & 12

Girl Scout Cookie Sale

Parish Hall

6:30-10 PM

Spanish Prayer Group


Mon., Mar. 27 7-8:30 PM Adult Choir Practice 7 PM

Catholicism Video

Villani Center

Spanish Prayer Group



Villani Center

7:30 PM

Fitness Class


4-5 PM

Youth Choir Practice


6-10 PM

Spanish Choir Practice


7-9 PM Tues., Mar. 28

Wed., Mar. 29

7 PM

Thurs., Mar. 30 6:30-10 PM Cristo Es La Roca

Fri., Mar. 31

Sat., Apr. 1



6:50 PM

Confirmation Class

Clonfert Center

7:30 PM

Fitness Class


5-7 PM

Girl Scouts


7-10 PM

Boy Scouts


9-3 PM

Ukrainian Heritage School Clonfert Center

8-4 PM

Diocesan Meeting

Parish Hall

5-6 PM

Spanish Choir Practice


5-7 PM

Spanish RCIA

Villani Center

6 & 7 PM

Bethlehem Christian Families Church

ONE WOMAN ART SHOW SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 2017 12:00 PM TO 3:00 PM “ARLY ART: One of a kind creative designs by Arlene Cosgrove at the Carmine Carro Comminity Center 3000 Fillmore Avenue Marine Park, Brooklyn, NY


Carmina De La Rosa Billy Flynn Fr. Vasile Godenciuc Vinny Mangual Yvette Sladky

This year’s theme is “Live in Faith - Give in Love” which reminds us that the work of the Church is shared by all believers. By supporting the works of our Diocese and the mission of the Church through a commitment to the 2017 appeal, you will inspire others to join us as we answer God’s call to love and to serve our neighbors. Through your gift, you feed the hungry, clothe the needy, strengthen parishes throughout the diocese, provide funding for Catholic Migration Services, support social outreach programs, bring the presence of Christ to hospitals, colleges and prisons, provide for retired priests, educate and train future priests, give scholarship assistance for faith-based education and support dozens of other outreach efforts within our diocese. Please prayerfully consider contributing to this year’s Annual Catholic Appeal!

Tickets will be $100 each . We encourage you to invite former parishioners and alumni of our schools. What a great opportunity to spend a wonderful evening sharing the stories of time at St. Brendan.

2017 Annual Catholic Appeal Update: St. Brendan Parish Goal = $23,138 Amount Pledged $ 3,726 Donors 16

September 29, 2017 - 110th Anniversary of the founding of St. Brendan Parish Join us for a gala dinner dance at Gargiulo’s Restaurant, Coney Island. The evening will feature: DJ passed hor d'oeuvres pasta dish veal & chicken dinner coffee & dessert wine, beer & soda throughout the evening Please plan to join us for this wonderful evening as we present the First Saint Brendan Navigator Awards to:

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