All Are Welcome Here

Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church Pastor
Reverend Robert F. Tywoniak
Saturday - Vigil 4pm

Sunday - 9am, 10:45am
Mass Schedule

Daily - Tuesday - Friday 8am
Click here for Scripture Readings Acts of the Apostles 4:32-35
Psalm 118
1John 5:1-6
John 20: 19-31
April 11, 2021
Second Sunday of Easter
Divine Mercy Sunday

father Bob's Video Reflection Video Reflection April 11, 2021 Second Sunday of Easter
Divine Mercy Sunday

"How Willing Are You to Breathe the Justice of God into the World?" WATCH VIDEO
easter tithes Click to read
message from father bob

To All

Welcome to all of you who might have wandered into our humble church this weekend! We are still observing COVID safe protocol. However, we still wish for you to experience the warmth of God through our people and our celebration.
Fr. Bob Tywoniak

Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil
9:00am & 10:45am
Tuesday - Friday

Please review our health SAFETY PROTOCOLS before attending Mass. Everyone's safety is our priority.

Our Pastor

Reverend Robert F. Tywoniak, M.S.W.,C.S.W.M


Our Staff Members

Deacon Dan Blaha (Retired)..... Assisting
Lead Musician........ Daniel J. Perez

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Phone:954-564-1010   Extension 9

Office Manager - Yvonne Tawfik-Mestre
Email Address:
Website questions?

Holy Sacraments
(click on each for details)


This Weeks
Mass Intentions

April 10 -April 18, 2021

Saturday, April 10

† Hermani Espinosa
by Cecilia Espinosa
†John B. Nicotera
by Carmela Dee

Sunday,  April 11

†Deb Botta
by Chris & Jim Jordan


†Pedro & Candida Martin
by Children &
†Dottie Jewett
by Sharkey Family

Monday,  April 12


Tuesday,  April 13

†Souls in Purgatory
by Richard & Margaret

Wednesday,  April 14

Past & Present Members
& Benefactors of SVDP Society

Thursday,  April 15

†Octavio Reyes
by Cesar & Claudia Aispuro

Friday,  April 16

†Ted Moser by Jean-Pierre Kolodziejski

Saturday, April 17

† Tina Bishara by Family
† Jack Symonette by Theresa, Mom

Sunday, April 18

Blessed Sacrament


†Robert D. Joyce
by John Joyce Judy Dempsey
†Solange Jeanneau by

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Thank you to the many who made the extra sacrifice to tithe well for the Easter celebration! You know who you are. You have helped greatly. Now we all must continue to tithe well throughout the year besides the extra we do on the special occasions.

Anyone who has been sheltering at home know we are praying for you always. This website and the video messages I produce for you each week have you in mind and are a service to you. Thus, if you did not take the opportunity to either give a proper tithe online or mail it in to the office, do so now. The parish must continue on in service to you.

The challenge I made to our visitors on Easter Sunday seems to have had an impact. We did not reach the goal of $20k but reached a little beyond $17k. Some visitors understood their responsibility to us who support the parish for their good. One guest of a member donated $1k. They support their home parish as well.

In time I am confident we may return to supporting the monthly expenses without taking from the Trust income. You are faithful people and God is always on time with his support.

Thank you again.
Fr. Bob

Holy Week

May all of you experience the Joy of knowing God loves you and forgives you! Happy Easter.

Father Dennis’s
New Webpage!

Take a look at the page. It contains reflections by Fr. Dennis. You have come to know him. For the better part of a year, he has graced the pulpit of Blessed Sacrament Parish with fine, courageous preaching. Perhaps you would like to read his challenging columns.

Vaccinations, Clarification

Archbishop Wenski has made the issue clear and easy to understand regarding using any of the vaccines now available. He points to the official statement from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

“Due to the situation of the ongoing pandemic, ‘all vaccinations recognized as clinically safe and effective can be used in good conscience with the certain knowledge that the use of such vaccines does not constitute formal cooperation with the abortion from which the cells used in production of the vaccines derive.’”

Archbishop Wenski also refers to Fr. Cioffi’s helpful and erudite discussion on the matter found on the Archdiocese’s website. Father Cioffi teaches at St. Thomas University and is a Medical Morals professor.

So, the Archbishop makes clear our parishes may be used as sites to distribute any of the vaccines. You may receive any of the three vaccinations now available.

Brothers and sisters, the principle here is the common good. We have an obligation to protect each other from this deadly virus. That is the common good.

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