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Sunday, June 6, 2021
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

We are a true community, encountering His TRUE PRESENCE, sharing His true love, making a TRUE IMPACT!

 

Somos una verdadera comunidad, descubriendo Su verdadrea presencia,compartiendo Su verdadero amor, ¡generando un verdadero impacto!

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Our Parish and Mission


Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
Daily Mass

Monday – Friday 8:30am
Weekend Mass
Saturday 4pm, 6pm (Spanish)
Sunday 8am, 10am, 12pm
Masses available online on our YouTube Channel.

Parish Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 4pm
Friday 9:30am – 12:30pm
Reconciliation / Confessions
Saturday 2:00pm - 3:00pm
During Advent & Lent: Monday - Friday 9:15am - 10:00am
Eucharistic Adoration
During Advent & Lent:  Friday 9:15am (Exposition) -12:30pm (Benediction)

Horario Mission Santo Toribio Romo
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Domingo 8am, 10am
Horas de oficina
Miércoles y Viernes 2pm-6pm
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GOSPEL READING:  Mk 14: 12-16, 22-26

On the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread,
when they sacrificed the Passover lamb,
Jesus’ disciples said to him,
"Where do you want us to go
and prepare for you to eat the Passover?"
He sent two of his disciples and said to them,
"Go into the city and a man will meet you,
carrying a jar of water.
Follow him.
Wherever he enters, say to the master of the house,
'The Teacher says, "Where is my guest room
where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?"'
Then he will show you a large upper room furnished and ready.
Make the preparations for us there."
The disciples then went off, entered the city,
and found it just as he had told them;
and they prepared the Passover.
While they were eating,
he took bread, said the blessing,
broke it, gave it to them, and said,
"Take it; this is my body."
Then he took a cup, gave thanks, and gave it to them,
and they all drank from it.
He said to them,
"This is my blood of the covenant,
which will be shed for many.
Amen, I say to you,
I shall not drink again the fruit of the vine
until the day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God."
Then, after singing a hymn,
they went out to the Mount of Olives.

Gospel Meditation


As our world faces so much turmoil and change, it is now more important than ever to remember who God is, who we are and where we are going. It is easy to get distracted and lose focus, especially when we are being pulled in so many directions. We can not only lose sight of God but one another. Maintaining our well developed and mature relationships with God and one another is essential to continuing to live, healthy, happy, and focused lives. In a message to young people, Pope Benedict XVI said, “the happiness you are seeking, the happiness you have a right to enjoy has a name and a face: it is Jesus of Nazareth, hidden in the Eucharist.” What is true for those who are younger is even truer for those who are older. Regardless of how the particulars of life change over time, human beings are still hard-wired to seek the fullness of life and happiness. How we embark on this journey and what we choose along the way will indicate whether we meet success.
 
There is so much brokenness and pain in our world. Many people are lost, feeling lonely, anxious, marginalized, victimized, isolated, oppressed, and abused. Every time we receive the Body of Christ, we have an opportunity to become what we eat. The power and presence of Christ in the Eucharist becomes present in us and effects change in ourselves and in the lives of those we meet. We are given the grace to become temples of justice and peace, carrying God’s sacred Presence within us wherever we go. Our faith community is ignited with the fire of God’s love and stands out as a beacon of hope in a world that is lost. This is the only way we can discover peace-filled resolutions to violence and create innovative solutions to what is fueling its need in the first place. True happiness, for the young and old alike, becomes an obtainable goal.
 
St. John Maria Vianney says it so well. “There is nothing so great as the Eucharist. If God had something more precious, he would have given it to us.” Only the Eucharist has the ability to connect, sustain, strengthen, and properly orient us, not only on the road of this life but the road to life eternal. Knowing this, when life gets challenging, unsettling, and difficult, we can rely on and cling to this gift we have in the Real Presence of Christ. This actual encounter with God celebrates God’s unconditional love for us and grounds us to the truth of who we are in a way nothing else is able to do. Because through the Eucharist we really do become the Body of Christ, we are also bonded together in a most perfect way to one another as that Body. Nourished, united, and strengthened by the Eucharist, let us individually and collectively, bring this wonderful gift to all we meet, especially the poor with whom we have a special connection.
  ©LPi

Mass Intentions June 6 - 13, 2021
 


 

If you would like to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at Blessed Sacrament or Santo Toribio Romo in memory of or in celebration of a loved one, please come by or call the Parish Office. Suggested donations are $10 for Daily Mass and $15 for a Weekend Mass or Solemnity. Our Memorial Mass Association is also available if you would like to add a loved one's name to be prayed for each Wednesday for one year. The suggested donation for our Memorial Mass Association is $25.   

Corpus Christi Celebration, June 6



Bishop John Noonan invites you to pray, sing and reflect on the Mystery of the Most Holy Eucharist at the Corpus Christi celebration, Sunday, June 6, 12-4 pm, at Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe. Bishop Noonan will celebrate Mass at 4 pm, followed by Eucharistic Adoration. Procession and prayer at Eucharistic altars of repose, which highlight the music and traditions of various ethnic communities in the diocese, begins at 2:30 pm.  Join us for this joyous celebration uniting our Catholic community as we publicly express our faith in the Eucharist, the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Here at Blessed Sacrament, we will be celebrating The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ with Exposition of the Holy Eucharist starting after the noon Mass and continuing until 7 pm.  From 6-7 pm, we will have contemporary Praise & Worship and Benediction.  Join us to spend some time with the Lord!

Banco para Bancos / Bank for the Benches!
We are HALFWAY to our Goal!

 
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Make a General Donation to Banca para Bancos

Best Wishes to John Donahue!

 


We offer many thanks and wish a very fond farewell to John Donahue.  For the past couple years, John has worked very hard on many different communications projects to keep us all connected and informed.  He is now moving on to pursue other dreams and opportunities, and we wish him all the very best.  Please keep John in your prayers as he moves into his next exciting chapter!  He will always be  part of the BSCC family!

Volunteers Needed for Audio / Visual Ministry at BSCC and STR!

 


We are need of volunteers to assist in our Audio / Visual Ministry.  These volunteers will help stream the Masses at both Blessed Sacrament and Santo Toribio Romo.  No experience is necessary - training will be provided.  Please consider helping in this important way to keep us all connected!  Please call the Parish Office if you are interested in volunteering!  Thank you!

Flower Donations for Remembrance or Celebration

The weekly flowers at Blessed Sacrament are a beautiful addition to our worship space.  The arrangements can be given to the glory of God by members of our parish community who wish to remember a loved one or give thanks for people or events in their lives!  With a minimum donation, requests can be made for specific weekends to coincide with remembrances  and celebrations.  The thanksgiving and memorial acknowledgements will be printed in the parish bulletin on the specified weekend with a week’s advance notice.  Minimum donation for the main flower arrangement in the Sanctuary:  $75.  Minimum donation for the flowers by the Blessed Mother or St. Joseph statue:  $50.


 
Flowers for June 5/6, 2021:
 
The flowers in the sanctuary are given in memory of John and Mary Emma Venegoni.
 
The flowers by the Blessed Mother are given in honor of Jill Feltmann’s birthday.
 
The flowers by St Joseph are given in honor of Charles Feltmann’s birthday.

Thank you for your help collecting Plastic Bags for CCW!

 
All of your help collecting plastic bags for CCW was so appreciated!  That project is now complete, so CCW no longer needs bags.  Thank you for all they ways you are always so willing to help!

High School and Middle School Youth Group
 

Youth - please join us this Sunday as we come together for Adoration.  Youth should be dropped off at the Church building.  Please remember that Adoration will already be in progress, so enter quietly

For more information:  mybscc.org/YOUTH
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Young Adult Ministry


Our Young Adult Ministry program welcomes all those between ages 18-39.  For more information, visit  mybscc.org/YAM
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FREE Summer Faith Kits for Families


Don’t let your faith take a vacation. Instead strengthen it as a family using a Summer Kit by Sadlier Religion.  Enjoy engaging family activities, discover new ways to pray together, and learn about the saints through any of the four free kits. These engaging and easy-to-use downloadable kits are designed to help your family grow in faith and fun together this summer. For free downloads go to: https://bit.ly/3up9VBs
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Forming Disciples Certification Program


Are you hungry to learn more about your faith? Whether a catechist or a parishioner seeking to dive deeper into the faith, the Secretariat for Laity, Family, and Life offers classes on varied topics. Attendees may take courses for full certification or simply out of interest. For a full schedule of classes in English and Spanish, go to https://www.orlandodiocese.org/ministries-offices/laity-family-and-life-secretariat/adult-ministry/. For more information: Tomás Evans, Adult Ministry Director, 407-246-4912 / tevans@orlandodiocese.org
 

OCA Goal:  Achieved!!



We have reached our goal for Our Catholic Appeal for both Blessed Sacrament and Santo Toribio Romo!  Your gifts will impact many throughout our Diocese!  Your generosity is humbling and inspiring.
THANK YOU!!

Exploring the Catechism, a Video Series

 

Don't miss our weekly video series hosted by our very own Richard Ferris! Exploring the Catechism will be exposing the beauty of the church’s teachings in bite-size 5-10 minute videos. Look for these videos on our Facebook page and YouTube channel!
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Vaccine Visits for Homebound Seniors

 
Florida is bringing COVID-19 vaccinations to homebound seniors.  For more information or to register for a vaccine, email HomeboundVaccine@em.myflorida.com  Residents can also contact the state's COVI D-19 Call Center at 866-779-6121 for assistance.
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For Our Young Parishioners

 
Sharing the Gospel

Jesus broke the bread and said, "This is my body." Then he held up the cup of wine and said, "This is my blood." During Mass the priest says the same words: "This is my body. This is my blood." Through the prayer, the bread and wine are changed into the body and blood of Christ. When you eat the body and blood of Christ, it gives you the power to say "No," to evil.
 
©LPI

Young men who love Jesus: Come discover where God is calling you!

 

 

Click here for more information or to register!

Help Build Houses in the Dominican Republic

 
Construction missions to our sister Diocese of San Juan de la Maguana have resumed. Trips are limited to 10 volunteers due to COVID-19 safety protocols. Adults must be at least 20 years of age.  Currently the mission is building 41 houses in La Cueva. Those with construction experience are welcome. If you are interested in serving, contact the Mission Office, 407-246-4890 or email Caroline Genovesi at cgenovesi@orlandodiocese.org. Mission dates are: May 29-June 5, June 19-26, July 17-24, Aug. 28-Sept. 4, Oct. 23-30.

Opportunities to Grow in Faith with FORMED.ORG
 

To make a free account on FORMED.ORG, Click the link below, enter code '34711', select Blessed Sacrament, and create your account.
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Volunteers Needed: Parish Office Reception Desk, Cleaning Ministry, & Ministers of Hospitality


We are in need of many hands to do the work of God at our parish and in our community!  Please consider giving of your time in one of the following areas: Parish Reception Desk, the Cleaning Ministry or the Ministry of Hospitality at Mass. If you're interested please email Info@mybscc.org or click the button below to submit a contact form.  Thank you!
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Benefit BSCC While Shopping With Amazon Smile


If you already shop online with Amazon.com, you could be benefiting BSCC with every purchase! Amazon Smile is a program that benefits charities by giving a small portion of each purchase toward that organization.
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Inquiry into the Catholic Faith


Are you considering becoming Catholic or are you seeking more knowledge about the Catholic Church and its teachings? Inquiry sessions have begun to meet on Monday nights from 7-8:15 pm. These gatherings are open to people who are not baptized as well as those who are baptized Christians from Protestant or Evangelical backgrounds. We’re waiting for YOU!  For more details, please call Chris Stalnaker, DRE in the Faith Formation Office. 352-394-3562 ext. 121. FaithFormation@mybscc.org

Memorial Mass Association


Members of our Memorial Mass Association are prayed for each Wednesday for one year from enrollment.  To add a loved one's name to the Association, please stop by or call the Parish Office.  The suggested donation is $25.  Our current members are:

Bill Lynch, Robert Hard, Kathryn Fox, Carol Koster, Sylvin Damon, Ismael Perez
Lydia Santiago, Carmen Vizcarrondo, German Vera, Connie Godbold, Wayne Roth
Dawn Sobierajski , Katia A. Espinosa, Robert Gear, Edythe Gear
Myrtle Louise Gear, Jearald Jean Gear, Kathryn Lauren Gross, Caridad Farina
Roland Titus, Eve de Sales, Jose Luis Herrera, Nancy Soto, Lawrence Bergin
Daniel Boyle, Carol Ann Baker, Edward Hawkins, Elsa Ruiz, Joan McEvy
Henry Joseph Fortier, Adrian Gonzalez, Eric Boyd Hawley, Sr, Dorothy Nell Hawley
Timothy Lance, Mary E. Scharr, Calvin C. Scharr, Joseph Sutera, Luis Benavides, Daniel Perez, Edith Romero, George E Welch, Ramona Welch, Richard Olson, Olympia Olson, Sharon Gilford, Ed Grill, Walter Ross, Richard Narduzzi, Ernest & Catherine LoFurno, Jorge Enrique Sanchez

Remembering the Priests of our Diocese: June


On the anniversary of their passing, we remember and pray for the repose of the souls of the following priests of our diocese who have gone before us. May perpetual light shine upon them and may they rest in peace.
 
Father Albert J. Fornace
Father Fornace was born April 14, 1920 in Philadelphia, PA. He went to medical school and began practicing medicine, specializing in cardiology. He married and had 8 children. Twice widowed, Dr. Fornace had been a practicing physician for more than 50 years in Philadelphia and Norristown, Pa., when he retired in 1993. At that time, he decided to begin his journey toward priesthood. He attended the Mater Die Institute at Gonzaga University in Spokane, receiving minor orders for the Diocese of Fargo, ND.  During a visit to Orlando, he met Father Patrick Caverly who suggested that he move to the Orlando area to serve. He continued studying under the tutelage of Father Richard Trout and was ordained March 28, 1993 at All Souls in Sanford by Bishop Norbert Dorsey.  Father Fornace served at
All Souls in Sanford until his death on June 1, 2001.
 
Father Paul Woodyard
Father Woodyard was born May 19, 1905 in Newark, Ohio. He attended St. Gregory Seminary in Ohio and was ordained June 6, 1936 for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. He arrived in Florida in 1944 and was incardinated into the Diocese of St. Augustine in 1951.  He was pastor of Holy Spirit in Lake Wales, St. Paul in Leesburg, Holy Redeemer in Kissimmee, and St. Theresa in Belleview.  Father Woodyard retired in 1970.
 
Msgr. Michael Beerhalter
Msgr. Beerhalter was born February 6, 1900 in Dalkingen, Germany. He attended seminary in Munich, Germany and was ordained May 30, 1926 for the Diocese of St. Augustine. He served in Germany while awaiting his visa and arrived in Florida in 1927. He served at St. Anastasia in Fort Pierce beginning in 1927, became pastor there in 1929, and served there until his retirement in 1972.  In October 1962, Pope John XXIII elevated Father Beerhalter to the rank of monsignor. He was instrumental in building John Carroll High School in 1965. Due to the evolving development of Florida dioceses, and though he served in one parish for his entire priesthood in Florida, Msgr. Beelhalter was in the Diocese of St. Augustine, the Diocese of Miami, and the Diocese of Orlando.  Msgr. Beerhalter died June 22, 1990.
 
Father William Corry 
Father Corry was born March 29, 1928 in Lissycasey, County Clare, Ireland. He attended St. John’s Seminary and was ordained June 14, 1953 for the Diocese of St. Augustine. He served at numerous parishes throughout Florida.  In the Diocese of Orlando, he was pastor of St. John Vianney in Orlando, Our Lady of the Lakes in Deltona, the mission church in Bay Hill (which became Holy Family), Resurrection in Lakeland, and Blessed Sacrament in Cocoa. Father Corry retired in 1993 and died
June 27, 1995.
 
Father Mariano Coba
Father Coba was born September 10, 1954 in Barranquilla, Colombia.  He studied with the Order of the Servants of Mary in Mexico and El Paso, Texas was ordained June 6, 1980 in Medellin, Colombia. He worked in the Diocese of El Paso and the Archdiocese of Newark with the Hispanic community. He arrived in the Diocese of Orlando to serve in the Office of Farmworker Ministry in 1987. In he was appointed as spiritual moderator for the Hispanic Cursillo Movement. Father Coba was incardinated into the Diocese of Orlando in 1991. He died June 28, 1993.
 

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