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PLEASE TURN OFF ALL CELL PHONES WHILE IN CHURCH! Parish Staff MSGR. JOSEPH R. GRIMALDI, J.C.L., V.E. Pastor REV. MICHAEL G. TEDONE Parochial Vicar DEACON FRANK J. D’ACCORDO Permanent Deacon DEACON CHRISTOPHER A. WAGNER Permanent Deacon MS. TRACY FLANAGAN Academy Principal MRS. MELISSA WAGNER Faith Formation Director MS. RITA DAMATO Director of Development MR. ERNEST BUCKLEY Music Director MRS. HELENE CIRRINCIONE Youth Minister MRS. SANDRA ARCATI Office Manager MS. ROSE ZITO Receptionist Mass Schedule Sundays Saturday at 5:00 p.m. Sundays: 8:30 a.m. -10:00 a.m. -11:30 a.m. Weekdays Monday - Friday at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at 9:00 a.m. Summer Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Holy Days 8:30 a.m. and Evening Mass at 7:30 p.m. Reconciliation Saturday at 4:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Rectory Hours Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. NATIONAL HOLIDAYS - RECTORY CLOSED You can access our weekly bulletins at our website! SAINTBERNARDBROOKLYN.COM FIND US ON FACEBOOK Saint Bernard R.C. Parish - Brooklyn, NY St. Bernard Church February 16, 2020 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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    Parish Staff



    Parochial Vicar

    DEACON FRANK J. D’ACCORDO Permanent Deacon


    Permanent Deacon

    MS. TRACY FLANAGAN Academy Principal


    Faith Formation Director

    MS. RITA DAMATO Director of Development


    Music Director



    Office Manager

    MS. ROSE ZITO Receptionist

    Mass Schedule Sundays

    Saturday at 5:00 p.m. Sundays: 8:30 a.m. -10:00 a.m. -11:30 a.m.

    Weekdays Monday - Friday at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at 9:00 a.m.

    Summer Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

    Holy Days 8:30 a.m. and Evening Mass at 7:30 p.m.

    Reconciliation Saturday at 4:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

    Rectory Hours Monday - Friday

    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. NATIONAL HOLIDAYS - RECTORY CLOSED

    You can access our weekly bulletins at our website! SAINTBERNARDBROOKLYN.COM


    Saint Bernard R.C. Parish - Brooklyn, NY

    St. Bernard Church February 16, 2020

    Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time


    Wow! We hear some words from Jesus in today’s Gospel reading that sound pretty harsh, at least at first hearing. Let us look at the message that Jesus shares with his disciples in today’s Gospel and see how it applies to us today. The beginning of the text begins with Jesus imploring his disciples to have righteousness that is greater than the scribes and the Pharisees. The scribe in Jesus’ time was a group of men whose main focus in their work was to draft legal documents, copy the Old Testament Scriptures, be scholars of the Old Testament Law, and study those scriptures and to offer interpretations on how they should be applied to daily life. The Pharisees at the time of Jesus’ life were a group of Jewish religious leaders comprised mostly of middle-class businessmen who in many respects operated as a political party. They understood the Scriptures to be divinely inspired, but they also placed quite a bit of emphasis on Jewish oral traditions which founded their roots back to the time of Moses. Like the scribes, they too were understood to be legal experts. These two groups of people were supposed to be the holy ones in society, but far too often they either did not live up to how they were supposed to live or they missed the point in their interpretation of God’s law. So Jesus is essentially saying that his followers are to be even more virtuous than these two groups. The group of followers to whom Jesus is addressing includes us! Jesus lays out a series of teachings for how we can live the type of righteous lives that he is calling us to. Jesus offers a number of examples of how we ought to live through a series of “You have heard it said… but I say to you” statements. In our reading today, Jesus presents three teachings to his followers: a teaching about anger, a teaching about adultery, and a teaching about oaths. Each of these three teachings follows a similar pattern of presentation: first, Jesus presents how each of these teachings has traditionally been offered (the “you have heard” part), and then he moves to a deeper understanding of what the particular teaching truly means for one’s life (the “I say to you” part). Let us look at each of these teachings again. (Reread each of the three groupings of teachings.) Ultimately, Jesus is laying out for us an ethic for how we ought to live.

    Introduction to the Liturgy of the Word Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    This weekend’s second collection is a Parish Collection for Electric & Heat. Please place those envelopes in the second collection after Communion.

    Thank you always for your generosity! It is greatly appreciated!

    Monthly 50/50 Raffle Blank yellow envelopes for the

    FEBRUARY drawing are available at the doors of the church

    for those who would like to participate but do not receive

    monthly envelopes in the mail. Contribution is $25 and the

    proceeds will be used for the ongoing renovation and rebuilding of the parish facilities. Winner takes home

    half the amount collected for the given month. Simply drop your entry in the

    collection basket or bring it to the Rectory Office. The next winner will be picked on

    Tuesday, February 25th, 2020.

    January’s Winner of $312.50 is Helene & Nick Cirrincione

    St. Bernard Parish 4th Annual Card Party

    “Under The Big Top”

    Date: Friday, March 27th, 2020

    Time: 7:00 pm

    Place: St. Bernard Parish Hall EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

    Tickets are $40 on or before February 29th

    $50 as of March 1st

    You can find forms at the back of church and

    mailings have gone out so please look

    for them!

    Altar Server Installation

    Our new Altar Servers have been working very hard training for their new ministry. All 23 of them will be installed at the 11:30 a.m. Mass on

    Sunday, March 1st. Please keep them and

    all our servers in your prayers.

    Perform a Random Act of Kindness Say “Hi” just because!



    Saint Bernard Catholic Academy has begun registering for the 2020-2021 academic year.

    Early Childhood starts are age 3 There are limited openings in Pre-K to Grade 8.

    For further information call 718 241 6040 or visit our website at www.stbernardcatholicacademy.org.

    Faith Formation Office News There will be no class for the

    School of Religion on Wednesday, February 19, 2020

    during President’s Week.

    Ash Wednesday Wednesday, February 26, 2020 School of Religion will receive

    ashes during school.

    All students should use their Mass Intention Cards

    Care Givers Support Group

    We will be having a Care Givers Support Group on Saturday, March 7th at 1:00pm in the Rectory.

    It is for anyone who is taking care of a sick or elderly relative or friend.

    St. Bernard Youth Choir 2nd Grade - 8th Grade Students

    Rehearsal will be Thursday’s at 6:00pm

    Starting February 27th. There are information sheets to be filled out at the back of Church and in the rectory. Any questions please contact

    Ernest Buckley or Melissa Wagner at 718.763.5533

    Presidents’ Day

    The Rectory Office will be closed for business on

    Monday, February 17th in observation of Presidents’ Day.

    Emergency calls can be made into the Rectory Office at any time.

    BIBLE NEWS What is God saying to me? The Bible is not addressed only to

    long-dead people in a faraway land. It is addressed to each of us in our own unique situations. When we read, we need to un-derstand what the text says and how the faithful have under-

    stood its meaning in the past. In light of this understanding, we then ask: What is God saying to me?

    “A day devoted to the Bible should not be seen as a yearly event but rather a yearlong event, for we urgently need to grow in our knowledge and love of the Scriptures and of the risen Lord, who continues to speak his word and to

    break bread in the community of believers.” -Pope Francis

    Need a Catholic Bible? The New American and The Good News

    are Catholic translations of the Bible. Copies of the Catholic Bible will be sold in the St. Bernard Church gift shop. If

    you have any questions please speak with Terry or one of the gift shop volunteers. we prepare for the Lenten Season and following the Holy Fathers lead on the first weekend of Lent,

    February 29 & March 1, we invite all parishioners to bring their family bible to church and have them Blessed at Mass.

    Stewardship Thought “For I tell you, unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom

    of heaven.” (Matthew 5:20) The scribes and Pharisees lived according to the letter of the law, and they used this to elevate themselves above the other people. Jesus is clear-it’s the love that you have in your heart that will get you to heaven. Simply following church rules out of obligation, not love, does not put you on the path to heaven. Attending Mass on Sunday and then gossiping about a fel-low parishioner in the parking lot is an example of a modern day Pharisee.

    Bergen Beach Sports & Recreation Camp at St. Bernard Catholic Academy Boys and Girls Ages 4-15

    7 weeks of fun from June 29th - Aug 14th, 2020 Sports, Arts & Crafts, Indoor & Outdoor games, music,

    dance, sprinklers, and much more! All activities separated into age groups

    Adult Staff in all groups. Registration/Open House Dates:

    Saturday, March 25th from10am - 2 pm Saturday, April 4th from10am - 2 pm

    Saturday, April 25th from10am - 2 pm Call for more information 917-442-4967

    Blessing of New Statues

    Saturday, February 29th, 2020 At the 5:00pm Mass

    We will have the blessing of new statues for our church. Mother Cabrini, Lawrence Ruiz,

    Kateri Tekawitha, Nunzio Sulprizio and a mural of Martin De Porres.




    9:00 am 5:00 pm

    Agnes Azzara by The Concepcion Family Edward Romano (5th Anniversary) by his wife Linda Salvatore Scarfogliero by The Flanagan & Kearney Families Andrea Anspach by Joyce & Stuart Skolnik Suze Leonce Mompoint by Daphne Phanord

    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2020

    8:30 am 10:00 am 11:30 am

    Katherine & Kevin Cullen by Mom & Dad The Guidone Family by Rose Serafina LoPorto & Giogio Guastella by their Daughter

    MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2020

    8:30 am Jack Gallagher-Birthday (Living) Grandma & Grandpa DeMarinis

    People of the Parish

    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020

    8:30 am Gaetano & Annette Camoia by Son & Daughter-In-Law


    8:30 am Mary & Jack Tuohy 75th Anniversary by wife Mary


    8:30 am Josephine Mary Cabo by Christy & Christian Concepcion & Anthony Clemenza

    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2020

    8:30 am Charles & Angelina Leo by Stephanie


    9:00 am 5:00 pm

    James Smith by Sara Cordero Antonio Grimaldi by his Family Kathy Pappagallo by Mary Jane Campbell & Family

    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2020

    8:30 am 10:00am 11:30am

    Witold Kesicki by his Brother Teresa Reitorto by The Commisso Family Patti DelDonna by Alexandra Umbria Lillian Neomonitis by Helene & Nick Cirrincione Maria Marzigliano by Anthony & Lids Sciortino & Family


    Rosa Andreani John Antoci

    Francis Arcati Anna Barone

    Anthony Barone Christine Palumbo Beck

    Nicholas Berlingieri Thomas Caliendo Diane Camacho Elaine Capper Ana Caraballo

    Carmine Carriero, Sr. Carmine Carriero, Jr.

    Leonard Carriero Domenic Carriero Janet Commisso

    Edward Connaughton Irma Cruz John Curte

    Josephine Dai Tania Davis

    Vicky DeGruccio Frances DePace

    Dolores DePaolis Ed Desantis

    Rosa DiBerardino Donato Dimeglio Sr.

    James Donohue Donna Donzella Gia Marie Duffy

    Stephen J. Esposito Aiden Estrella

    Fran Fallon Richard Fallon Tracy Farrell

    Susan Feinstein Natalie Ferber Jeffrey Ferretti

    Anthony Filippazzo Cori Fletcher

    Marisa Fullam Karen Gallagher

    Peter J. Gallagher Linda Gannon

    Courtney James Garrisson Jr. Thomas Garziniti

    Ellen Gentile Francine Giannotti

    Mark Gottlieb Robin Gottlieb Ann Grimaldi

    John Gullo Cindy Guzzo

    John Hammond Ken Healy

    Gregoria Hernandez June Honovich Gianni Icandela Laura Johnson

    Connie Jorgensen Juliette Josma Stella Kinsella

    John Kocher Sr. Annette Kyle

    Grace Lambiasi Angelina Larrymore

    Roberto Lastra Salvatore Leone Barbara Lopez

    Ariana Lore Betty Maher Joseph Malk

    Allan Maloney Baby Salvatore Manniello

    Yolanda Maranga Andrea Martin

    Steven Marinelli Matthew Mason

    Nunzio Mastromarino Nicole McCallion

    Mackenzie McCallion Eddie Boy McCarthy

    Kelsey McCartney Nancy McCormick

    Brian Morgan Tanya Ortiz

    A.Passaro Sonia Pazmino

    Sandra Pena Ellen Howe Peters

    Clement Pollio Dominick Puleo

    Alexa Ramos Phillip Ramos

    Ann Rega Antonio Romano Margaret Romano

    Craig Rosen Aida Rosiello

    Joseph Rosiello Sal Rubino

    Gasper Sacco Robert Sansone Susan Schneider

    Aiden Seazer Maria Segro

    Mark Skinner Michael Skody

    Aurora Sorrentino Neil Sorrentino Sue Ann Spotts

    Louis Stiesi Josephine Tacconi

    Troy Tamburo Cigdem Tanriverdi

    Phil Tates Linda Testagrose

    William A. Thomas Sarah Thompson Ryan Torgerson Martha Torres Mary Tuohy

    Louis Sanchez-Vegas Geraldine Ventrice Salvatore Ventrice

    Nicole Ventura James B. Wagner Stephen Wiegand Patricia A. Wilson

    Thomas Yorke Lily Zemel


    Monday: Jas 1:1-11; Ps 119:67-68, 71-72, 75-76; Mk 8:11-13 Tuesday: Jas 1:12-18; Ps 94:12-13a; 14-15, 18-19; Mk 8:14-21 Wednesday: Jas 1:19-27; Ps 15:2-4ab, 5; Mk 8:22-26 Thursday: Jas 2:1-9; Ps 34:2-7; Mk 8:27-33 Friday: Jas 2:14-24, 26; Ps 112:1-6; Mk 8:34 — 9:1 Saturday: 1 Pt 5:1-4; Ps 23:1-3a, 4-6; Mt 16:13-19 Sunday: Lv 19:1-2, 17-18; Ps 103:1-4, 8, 10, 12-13; 1 Cor 3:16-23; Mt 5:38-48

    Altar Bread: In Memory of Gaetano & Annette Camoia

    Donated by Son & Daughter-In-Law

    Memorials Altar Wine:

    In Memory of Gaetano & Annette Camoia Donated by Son & Daughter-In-Law

    Church Bells: In Memory of James Wagner

    Donated by The Arcati Family


    C.A.B. Catholic Adults of Brooklyn

    Fun Volleyball - Most Wednesday Evenings Saint Bernard Parish Hall at 8:00 p.m.

    Bowling - Friday Evenings Strike 10 Lanes on Strickland Avenue at 7:15 pm

    Save on your First Trip with C.A.B. $10 off day trip / $20 off a weekend trip. Mention that you read it in our Bulletin!

    This is our 30th Annual Winter Vacation at Middlebury Inn, Middlebury Vermont.

    Sight and Sound

    March 28, 2020 we head to Sight and Sound for their new production of Esther. We first go to Kitchen Kettle Village and then head to the Strasburg Railroad. After the show we head to

    Good and Plenty for dinner. Tickets cost $159 for adults and $79 for children under 12.

    Deep in the Heart of Texas

    Monday April 13 to Tuesday April 21, 2020 Join the Catholic Adults of Brooklyn for the nine day Odyssey Deep into the Heart of Texas. We will visit Houston for three

    days with stops at the Houston Space Center, Houston's principle museums and Galveston. We will also visit the

    George. H.W. Bush Presidential Library. We then head to Austin where we visit the Texas state Capitol, Texas History Museum and the Lady Bird Gardens. We will also visit the LBJ Library,

    Boyhood and Adult homes and the Museum of the Pacific War. We visit San Antonio, the Missiona, the Alamo, Six Flag Fiesta Texas, Sea World, Waco Mammoth, Forth Worth Stockyards

    and much, much more. Cost is $3125 pp based on double occupancy and $4250 single. Cost includes airfare, breakfast

    every day, 6 dinners and all sightseeing as per itinerary. Trip is limited to 12 passengers. Anyone wishing to come home on

    Sunday deduct $125.

    July 28 to August 10 is our trip to the Pacific Northwest and cruise down the Columbia and Snake Rivers.

    More Details to follow. Call if interested.

    For more information about C.A.B. call Michael at 718-209-8241 or email [email protected]

    Special Thanks to Our Electronic Givers

    St. Bernard’s Parish would like to thank the families who are currently giving electronically. You may not see

    these fellow parishioners place an envelope in the basket every week, but their consistent giving does not go

    unnoticed in our parish office. Each month our parish receives a steady and predictable stream of income from those donors who have made the commitment to give to

    God first by having a designated contribution automatically transferred to our parish through our Online Giving Program.

    If you would like to learn more about this easy, safe and secure way of giving, please check out our website

    at saintbernardbrooklyn.com and click on DONATE NOW to guide you through the registration

    process. For questions or assistance call our office at 718-763-5533.

    KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS #14269 St. Bernard’s Council

    See what the Knights are all about!

    Ed McCarthy Membership Director

    Phone: 917-681-7936 [email protected]

    Online Giving Made Easy! Scan this QR code from your phone, using your camera icon and you will be guided

    through the ONLINE GIVING process. You can also donate direct from

    your Cell Phone. Simply text SUNDAY to

    516-400-4140 and you will be guided Through the giving process for your

    Sunday Offering

    Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

    St. Joseph Novena Every Tuesday following the 8:30 a.m. Mass. If you would like to memorialize a bouquet of flowers in Memory of or in Honor of a loved one next to St. Jo-

    seph for any of the Novena weeks please call or come to the rectory. The cost is $50.00. A personalized tag will

    be placed in the bouquet that you can save as a keepsake and it will be posted in the weekly bulletin following the

    memorialized week.

    Vince Ginex, a local parishioner and student at Xaverian High School will be collecting new, unused books for donation to NYU Children’s Hospital and The Ronald

    McDonald house NYC on Saturday' February 22 & Sun-day, February 23 here at St. Bernard. Please consider

    donating a new book for any age from infant to adult to a sick child in need.

    Save The Date

    Our 2nd Annual International Night will be on Sunday, April 26th, 2020

    at 4:00pm More information to follow


    Parish Phone Numbers

    RECTORY OFFICE: 718-763-5533 FAX:718-763-0224 EMAIL: [email protected]

    ACADEMY OFFICE: 718-241-6040 SCHOOL OF RELIGION: 718-444-4674 or 718-763-5533

    Gift Shop Hours Weekdays 8:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m.

    Saturday 9:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m., Sunday 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


    MONDAYS Novena after the 8:30 a.m. Mass

    ROSARY Monday - Friday after 8:30 a.m. Mass

    Saturday after 9:00 a.m. Mass FIRST FRIDAYS

    Exposition: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in Chapel

    Baptisms Scheduled for the fourth Sunday of each month at 12:30 p.m.

    Parents are required to schedule an appointment with a Priest or Deacon at least six weeks prior to Baptism.

    Marriages Arrangements must be made with a Priest or Deacon at least

    6 months before the wedding. Pre-Cana information can be found at www.pre-cana.org.

    Sick Calls Please call the Rectory to arrange a Communion call to the sick or

    elderly, or a pastoral visit to a hospitalized loved one.

    Vocations Anyone seeking information regarding the Priesthood, Permanent

    Deaconate, Religious Life or to serve in our Parish as a Lay Minister should speak to Msgr. Grimaldi, Fr. Mike,

    Dcn. Frank. or Dcn. Chris.

    Parish Membership All new families are welcome to the Parish and encouraged to

    become actively involved in parish societies and activities. New parishioners should register at the Rectory as soon as possible. Parishioners are asked to use the weekly envelopes in making

    their contributions.

    Catholics Come Home Please feel free to invite those who have been away from our

    parish to attend Mass with you. If there is anyone you know of that is upset with the church and feels that my speaking to them would be of help, please let me know so that I may speak with

    them. Msgr. Grimaldi.

    Consider Leaving a Legacy of Faith Remember Our Parish in Your Will

    When you next update your estate plans, please consider continuing your lifelong stewardship by leaving a bequest to St.

    Bernard. For more information please see Msgr. Grimaldi.

    Defensive Driving

    The next class for Automobile Insurance Reduction / Point Removal will be held at

    Saint Bernard on Saturday, March 7th, 2020

    from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The cost of the course is $50 per person.

    For more information or to register please call Andrea at (718) 965-7375 Ext. 1601 and leave your

    name, address and phone number if she is unavailable. Proceeds will benefit Saint Bernard Catholic Academy.

    Gift Card Bingo Hosted by St. Bernard Rosary

    Thursday, February 27 at 7:00 PM Doors open @ 6:30 p.m.

    $ 25 Donation Includes 3 Sheet Sets (playing boards) for 9 Games, Dauber, Coffee, Cake, Cookies, Chips,

    Soda & Water Additional 3 Sheet Sets-$10 Donation

    You May Reserve Seats/Tables By Sending/Bringing Money To Parish House.

    for information call or text 1-917-698-5506

    Parish Registration Are You Registered?

    Did you know that Demographic studies estimate that more than 1/3 of all Catholics are not registered in a parish?

    If you are not registered in our parish, please consider doing so.

    Also, please encourage your friends and family to register! Registering is important because:

    ♦ If a parish doesn’t know who is out there, how can it adequately serve the needs of all – especially singles, divorced or young families who may not see the need to register?

    ♦ When the services of the Church are needed - such as for a wedding, Baptism or funeral - it is quicker if the person is registered.

    ♦ Registered parishioners receive helpful information about our parish including upcoming events.

    Registering is easy. Simply contact the parish office today at 718-763-5533!

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