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Weekday Masses

Weekend Masses

  • Saturday: 9:00 am (English)
  • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm (English)
  • Sunday: 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:30 am, 6:00 pm (English)
    1:00 pm (Español)
    * 6:00pm (postponed until further notice)

Confessions

  • Saturday: 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Miami invite you to the All Souls Day Mass.

Live Stream Only on Monday, November 2, 2020 at 10:00am

Celebrant Most Reverend Thomas G. Wenski Archbishop of Miami from Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Doral, FL 33172

www.catholiccemeteriesmiami.org
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Family Reunion

Today we celebrate a glorious family reunion, the solemn feast that gives us a glimpse of all our brothers and sisters in Christ who have gone home to God before us. When we quiet ourselves to hear the Word of God today, we recall the mystery of our Salvation. We praise the Lord who saves our loved ones who have died and who promises to have mercy on us as well.

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Renion Familiar

Hoy celebramos una gloriosa reunion familiar, la solemne fiesta que nos da un vision de todos nuestro hermanos y hermanas en Cristo que se han ido a casa con Dios antes que nosotros. Cuando nos callamos para escuchar la Palabra de Dios hoy, recordamos el misterio de nuesta salvacion. Alabamos al Senor que salva a nuestros seres queridos que han muerto y que promote tener misericordia de nosotros tambien.

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Bearing in mind our nation’s challenges and the need for wise, moral, civic leadership, the USCCB is offering an electronic Election Novena to help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election.

For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26th through Tuesday, November 3rd, participants will be encouraged to pray one Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be for the day’s intention. A closing prayer for elected leaders will be offered on day 10, Wednesday, November 4th.

If you are interested, please visit www.usccb.org/2020-election-novena

You can find the daily intentions, signup to receive the novena intentions daily by email, and download graphics for each day's intention for use on social media. Additionally, you can find even more resources to help you and your community learn more about responding to our call to be faithful citizens.

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Celebrated November 1-7, 2020 is an annual week-long celebration of the Catholic Church in the United States dedicated to promote vocations to the priesthood, diaconate and consecrated life through prayer and education, and to renew our prayers and support for those who are considering one of these particular vocations.

PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS

Loving and Generous God, it is You who call us by name and ask us to follow You. Help us to grow in the Love and Service of our Church as we experience it today. Give us the energy and courage of Your Spirit to shape its future. Grant us faith-filled leaders who will embrace Christ's Mission of love and justice.

Bless the Church by raising up dedicated and generous leaders from our families and friends who will serve Your people as Sisters, Priests, Brothers, Deacons and Lay Ministers. Inspire us to know You better and open our hearts to hear Your call.

We ask this through our Lord. Amen.

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Semana Nacional de Concientización sobre las Vocaciones 1 al 7 de Noviembre Oración por las Vocaciones.

ORACIÓN POR LAS VOCACIONES

Te damos gracias, Dios nuestro, por tu llamada del Bautismo a ser tu pueblo. Te respondemos otra vez con nuestro "Sí". Danos fidelidad para tu causa y para nuestra vocación.

Renueva con un espíritu de entusiasmo a todos los que se dedican al servicio de tu pueblo. Da a nuestros jóvenes el deseo de dedicarse a este servicio en la vida religiosa, en el sacerdocio, o como diáconos y ministro laicos.

Llena sus corazones con tu Espíritu de Sabiduría para que proclamen tu evangelio, y den testimonio de tu presencia entre nosotros. Amén.

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Saint Martin de Porres (1579-1639), November 3rd

An old illustration pictures Martin de Porres, finger to his lips - "Shhhh!"-as several mice peek out of sacristy vestment drawers, preparing to join a rodent "procession" following him out of church! Martin’s rescue of these unwelcome guests, and statues depicting him, broom in hand, feeding a dog, cat, bird, and mouse from the same dish symbolize his life and sanctity. Initially denied entrance by the Dominicans because of his mixed race (Spanish father, Panamanian mother), Martin cherished society’s marginalized. For him, menial tasks, lovingly done, were sacred. Great and lowly alike feasted on his charity. Enemies were reconciled by this "poor mulatto" (his selfdescription), kind even to those whose racism demeaned him. Apprenticed to a surgeon-barber in his youth thus patron saint of hair stylists and public health providers Martin dispensed healing and dignity to Lima’s poorest, serving in them the Christ he adored for hours in the Blessed Sacrament. By the time he died, all Peru called him Martin the Charitable, a title even those of us who will never be called "saint" might still aspire to.

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San Martín De Porres, 3 de Nov.

An old illustration pictures Martin de Porres, finger to his lips - "Shhhh!"-as several mice peek out of sacristy vestment drawers, preparing to join a rodent "procession" following him out of church! Martin’s rescue of these unwelcome guests, and statues depicting him, broom in hand, feeding a dog, cat, bird, and mouse from the same dish symbolize his life and sanctity. Initially denied entrance by the Dominicans because of his mixed race (Spanish father, Panamanian mother), Martin cherished society’s marginalized. For him, menial tasks, lovingly done, were sacred. Great and lowly alike feasted on his charity. Enemies were reconciled by this "poor mulatto" (his selfdescription), kind even to those whose racism demeaned him. Apprenticed to a surgeon-barber in his youth thus patron saint of hair stylists and public health providers Martin dispensed healing and dignity to Lima’s poorest, serving in them the Christ he adored for hours in the Blessed Sacrament. By the time he died, all Peru called him Martin the Charitable, a title even those of us who will never be called "saint" might still aspire to.

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Next Weekend, November 7 & 8, 2020.

Serving those who Serve, National collection for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA.

Please be as generous as your means allow. Thank you.

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On Friday 10/23 we gave food packages to 121 families.

We thank all of you for your help. As we have said so often, this Ministry would be impossible without your generosity. We are now beginning to plan for Thanksgiving and Christmas and we ask those that can to bring boxes of dry stuffing, dry mashed potatoes and jars of poultry gravy to distribute with the turkeys that we donate on these special days. We can always use other food items, but we certainly appreciate it if you would concentrate on these three items. If you want to make a monetary donation, please go to the parish website and follow the below instructions.

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El viernes 23 de octubre entregamos paquetes de comida a 121 familias.

Les damos las gracias a todos por su ayuda. Como hemos dicho tantas veces, este Ministerio sería imposible sin su generosidad. Ahora estamos comenzando a planificar para las donaciones del Día de Acción de Gracias y de Navidad. Por lo consiguiente, pedimos a los que puedan donar cajas de relleno seco para pavo, puré de papas seco y frascos de salsa “gravy” de aves para distribuir con los pavos que donamos en estos días especiales. Siempre podemos utilizar otros alimentos, pero sin duda les agradeceríamos que se concentrara en estos tres elementos. Si desea hacer una donación monetaria, visite el sitio web de la parroquia y siga las instrucciones a continuación.

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...Faith, Hope and Love...

We welcome our St. Matthew Family Thurs., Nov. 12th from 6:30pm - 8:00pm Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.

Refreshments are served.

Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow. Setting a Table of Life, Hope and Gratitude… The meetings are free of charge and open to the community. Refreshments are served.

Address: Valerie Panciera’s, Landmark Funeral Home, 4200 Hollywood Boulevard
Contact: (954) 989-8220

As the circle of life continues... so does our care for you. Face coverings are required. Proper social distancing will be adhered to.

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