All Are Welcome

Our Church is OPEN for Mass, the celebration of Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals

The church is open everyday for Morning Prayer at 8:00 am
and on Sunday’s Schedule of 5:00 pm Saturday, 8:30 am, 10:15 am, and 12:00 noon on Sunday.




St. Mary Star of the Sea Church Mass Schedule
Saturday 4:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am
Tuesday – Thursday 9:30 am




Lent 2024 

Wednesdays: Stations of the Cross at 7:00 pm at St. Mary Star of the Sea Church

Thursdays: Bible Study (Gospel of St. Mark) 7:00 pm at St. Mary Star of the Sea Church

Fridays: Station of the Cross 7:00 pm at Sacred Hearts – St. Stephen Church

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny March 16 from 9 AM – 12 Noon


Holy Week 

at Sacred Hearts – St. Stephen Church

Evening with the Lord – March 22 at 7 PM

Palm Sunday Procession & Mass – March 24 at 10:15 AM

Holy Thursday – March 28 at 7 PM

Good Friday Passion – March 29 at 3 PM

Good Friday Procession – March 29 at 7 PM

Easter Vigil – March 30 at 8 PM

Easter Sunday Mass – March 31 at 10:15 & 12 Noon


This Sunday’s Hymns & Music

For March 3rd, the 3rd Sunday of Lent 

During this season of Lent, we are singing the Eucharistic responses in their traditional Chant melodies, in English.  You can find these printed with the text of the Eucharistic Prayers in Today’s Missal, pages 89-100.  This week’s hymns are:
  • I Heard the Voice of Jesus 464
  • Cantiamo Te, Signore della Vita (“We sing to you, Lord of life”)
  • Psalm 42 As the Deer Longs 512
  • Shepherd of Souls 367
  • Christ is Made the Sure Foundation 429


Sacred Hearts – St. Stephen Parish has been selected to be the First Diocesan Lenten Pilgrimage Stop on Friday, February 16th, 2024

Bishop Robert Brennan will celebrate the 8:30 AM Mass on Friday morning at our church.

We hope you will be there to join with him for the celebration of the Eucharist on this First Friday of Lent.

The events of the day are as follows at Sacred Hearts & St. Stephen:
– 8 AM Morning Prayer
– 8:30 AM Mass with Bishop Brennan
– 9 AM Rosary
– 1PM – 2:30 PM Eucharistic Adoration
– 7 PM Stations of the Cross

Learn more about the  2024 Diocesan Lenten Pilgrimage below or by stopping by the table at the rear of the Church.

Take a pilgrimage to parishes throughout the Diocese of Brooklyn this Lenten season.

The pilgrimage invites people to visit a different parish each day, except Sundays, during Lent. This year, forty parishes are designated for specific days on the itinerary where people can visit different parishes to experience the church’s beauty and the community’s beauty.

At each stop, pilgrims can join local parishioners at Mass, or in Eucharistic Adoration, prayer, and reflection.

Simply download the app directly from the App Store or Google Play on your device. Once completed, you will be prompted to create an account and begin your journey.

  1. Choose your journey route and goal
  2.  Easy location check-in
  3. Submit prayer intentions and pray with others
  4. View your pilgrimage milestones
  5. Earn pilgrimage badges

Use your Pilgrimage Passport to earn certificates and special recognition for your participation.

Click on the image above to take you to the official pilgrimage site and download the app today!

This week begins the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal.

We encourage everyone to view the 2024 ACA Video online.

(click on the image or link below)

Your contributions to the Annual Catholic Appeal make a significant impact, aiding individuals in Brooklyn and Queens in ways beyond the capacity of any single parish.

Let us pray for the success of the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal, envisioning a triumph that not only empowers us to extend love to those in need but also enables our hearts to respond to Jesus, who calls us to be in Communion, Participation and Mission.

We invite you to stand with Sacred hearts – St. Stephen Parish in supporting the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal.


To donate, visit or
text DONATE to 917-336-1255.




Have you tried Formed yet?

We’ve renewed our annual subscription!

Take advantage of another year of informative and enlightening video and audio highlighting stories and information behind our Catholic Faith.

Remember as a member of our parish you have free access to by clicking “sign up” then click “sign up as parishioner” and search for our parish name which is listed as  “Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary” (108 Carroll Street, Carroll Gardens NY) then click “next” and provide your name and email for free access to Catholic movie and video content.Click the image below for more info!


On Mother Cabrini’s Day we publish this wonderful work on DVD produced by Tabor Producciones which contains the story of Saint Francesca Cabrini told to children but also to adults with colourful cartoons. 🤝💜👣

Watch it on YouTube in English, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
#CabriniWorldMSC #CabriniDay

Cabrini World – Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus MSC
on Friday






I am the Church, You are the Church, We are the Church, Together!  – Where are you in your faith journey?

Evangelization – the essential mission of the Church. As Jesus said at the end of the Gospel of Matthew: “Go and make disciples of all nations.” To evangelize means to bring the good news of the Gospel to all we encounter by teaching, being channels of the gift of grace, reconciling sinners with God, and perpetuating Christ’s sacrifice in the Mass. The fruit of evangelization is new disciples of Jesus.

Disciple – a person who accepts and assists in the spreading of the good news of Jesus Christ. Christian discipleship is the process by which disciples grow in the Lord Jesus Christ and are equipped by the Holy Spirit, who resides in our hearts, to overcome the pressures and trials of this present life and become more and more Christlike. This process requires believers to respond to the Holy Spirit’s prompting to examine their thoughts, words and actions and compare them with the Word of God and the Tradition of the Church as good stewards.

Steward – a person who accepts the responsibility that Christians have in maintaining and using wisely the gifts that God has bestowed. God wishes us to be his collaborators in the work of creation, redemption and sanctification. A good steward gives of their time, talent and treasure in order to be an collaborator in the work of evangelization.

Interested in being more involved?

We welcome your deeper involvement in the life of the parish through our ministry programs. If you are willing to do more at the parish, please email us today at with the ministry you may be interested in or let us know a little about who you are and we can pair you with a need we currently have…I am the Church, You are the Church…We are the Church together!



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