8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer of the Church
7:30 p.m. Mass of the Lord’s Supper

GOOD FRIDAY, April 7th
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer of the Church
12:00 p.m. Children’s Living Stations of the Cross
3:00 p.m. Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion

8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer of the Church (Blessing of the Food)
8:00 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass

9:30 a.m.
11:30 a.m.


Are you a sinner?
Have you been away from the church for a long time?
Are you divorced or separated?
Are you physically or mentally challenged?
Are you from a different culture?
Are you not accepted because of your sexual orientation?
Are you elderly, a teen or young adult?
Are you discriminated against because of your color?
Are you feeling broken?
Are you poor or out of work?
Have you been imprisoned?
Have you a feeling that you are left out?

You are welcome here!

This is your home, and we are your family!


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Message from Bishop Brennan


Today’s Readings

  • Thursday of the Fifth Week of Lent
    by USCCB on March 30, 2023 at 8:30 am

    Reading 1 Gn 17:3-9 When Abram prostrated himself, God spoke to him:”My covenant with you is this:you are to become the father of a host of nations.No longer shall you be called Abram;your name shall be Abraham,for I am making you the father of a host of nations.I will render you exceedingly […]


Mass Intentions Available

We still have Mass Intentions available for both weekday AND weekend celebrations of Eucharist. Please consider having a Mass celebrated for a loved one or family member—either living or deceased.

We are ALL in need of prayers, and there is no greater prayer than the celebration of Eucharist. Each Mass Intention is only $15.00. If you are interested in having a Mass celebrated in memory of a deceased loved one, or in honor of someone who is living, please call Emily at the Rectory and she will be more than happy to assist you.


THANK YOU from Brownbaggers Homeless Outreach

Thank you from Brownbaggers!

We are so grateful for the outpouring of support from our parish community throughout the fall and winter months.

With your help, we delivered more than 500 lunches to our neighbors in need throughout the city. We appreciate everything you provided to make this possible: all the new clothing, food, monetary donations, and more.

We are truly blessed to be a part of this wonderful community, and we hope you join us again when we resume our work this fall.

Thank you all, and may God bless you!

Saint Saviour’s Brownbaggers



For centuries, one common practice during the season of Lent has been the praying of the Stations of the Cross. This prayer has enabled people to walk with Jesus toward Calvary and share in His passion and death.

We invite ALL members of our parish family to join us as we pray the Stations of the Cross together this Lent. Here at Saint Saviour Parish, we will pray the Stations of the Cross the following Sundays during Lent.

March 26th immediately following our 9:30 a.m. Celebration of Eucharist.


We are in need of 24 feet (that’s 12 persons) for the washing of feet at the MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER on Holy Thursday evening (April 6th) beginning at 7:30 p.m.

ALL types of feet are welcome to apply. Warts and bunions will not disqualify you—we are an equal opportunity employer of feet. If you are interested in being one of our foot “washees” (remember, there are only 12 openings and they are sure to go fast!), please call Father Frank at the Rectory (718) 768-4055.

Please consider putting your feet in our hands!

Remember the Poor

Please remember the poor today as you leave church by perhaps giving alms and placing a donation in one of our poor boxes. Everything collected is given to the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, which assists those in need of food or clothing.



Bishop James Massa, CM, will be coming to Saint Saviour Parish to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to our teenagers at our Saturday evening Mass on May 6th, beginning at 5:00 p.m. in the church.

ALL the members of our parish family are welcome and encouraged to attend. Sacraments are communal celebrations of faith and ALL are invited to join us. We feel it is important that our entire parish come out and support our young people as they are sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit.


None of us alone can make a full impact on the needs of our diocese. But, united, we can make great things happen! The Annual Catholic Appeal provides us with an opportunity to continue to provide hope through its mission of spreading Christ’s love throughout Brooklyn and Queens.

We are grateful for your partnership in the Lord’s work and invite you to unite with your neighbors again this year in the Annual Catholic Appeal.

If you have any questions regarding your pledge or donation, please contact the Annual Catholic Appeal office at appeal@cfbq.org or call (718) 965-7375 x 1602.