Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Third Act Ministry for semi-retired and retired adults, a community of people living a vibrant and purpose filled Christian life, invites all interested parishioners to join us for lunch and a movie on Friday, July 20th.

We will meet at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers at 12:00 p.m. for a quick lunch followed by the 2:00 p.m. showing of “Mamma Mia!

Here We Go Again”, both at the Falls Shopping Center.

Please RSVP by calling Elena at (305) 607-1032.

What is the Men’s Law Enforcement & Firefighter Emmaus?

It is a retreat put on by men of the law enforcement and fire fighting community, based on the appearance of Jesus to the disciples walking along the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35).

When?

From Friday evening, July 20, through Sunday afternoon, July 22, 2018.

Where?

Morning Star Renewal Center, 7275 SW 124th Street, Pinecrest, Florida 33156.

Is there a donation required?

Yes, a donation of $150.00. However, do not let this prevent you from attending. If you need any assistance, speak to anyone of the below listed brothers.

If I have any questions, contact:

Miguel Palacios (MDPD) (786) 255-3163
Rafael Fernández (MDFR) (305) 968-1826
Enrique Rios Sr. (Retired PO) (305) 218-4392

El programa, Matrimonió 2000, es una preparación para parejas que llevan años de casados por lo civil y no han recibido el Sacramento del Matrimonio (Convalidación). El programa es de un día de duración y se realiza en la Iglesia Católica Saint Timothy de 8:15 am a 5:30 pm; y en él participan parejas de las distintas parroquias de la Diócesis de Miami.

El próximo será el Domingo 22 de Julio del 2018.

Haga su reservación llamando al (305) 821-0002, por fax al (305) 821-0772 ó correo electrónico a Info@matrimonio2000.com.
¿Por qué esperar más por el Sacramento que ustedes desean recibir y Cristo y su Iglesia quieren brindarles?

Our next outings will be on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22. We are in need of volunteers and hot food for both Saturday and Sunday.

This means rice or pasta dishes with chicken or beef, ex. spaghetti with meat, arroz con pollo and other casserole dishes with meat. Meatballs from the frozen food section are easy to cook and can be added to other dishes. Please bring these in a disposable aluminum pan.

Hamburger soup, snacks, hard boiled eggs (cooked for at least 10 minutes), canned sodas, cases of individual water bottles, and individually wrapped sandwiches, i.e. ham & cheese, turkey & cheese, or PB & J sandwiches are always welcomed.

Please bring your food donations between 2:00 and 3:00 pm to the church pavilion which is located between the school and Resurrection Hall.

The group departs for the Miami Rescue Mission at 3:30 pm. Come and share in this wonderful experience. Children must be at least 12 years of age and must be accompanied by a parent. God bless you.

SJN feeds the homeless the 3rd complete weekend of every month. For more info, please contact Amanda La Gra at (305) 936-6281 or contact Alicia Speight at sjnhomeless@gmail.com. Thank you.

We Are Here to Help (305) 273-8507

We Provide Counseling Pregnancy Tests Limited Ultrasound Resources Earn While You Learn Classes Project Joseph (classes for men) Rachel’s Vineyard and Project Rachel for anyone who is in need of healing after an abortion.

All Services are Free and Confidential.

Two Dates to Register for 2nd Year Confirmation Classes.

This Sunday August 15 at 5:00 pm in the youth room.

For more information, please call Armando or Elena de Zayas in theYouth Office (305) 255-6642 ext. 311

Cites ‘humanitarian crisis’ caused by border separation policy, end of DACA and TPS.

“The visceral images from the border, the disturbing audio bites of children screaming for their parents, compel us to respond to this humanitarian crisis,” wrote Randolph McGrorty, CLS’ chief executive officer, in an email to supporters. “We have alerted agencies in our network, working in detention facilities across the country, that if they identify any parent who has a child in South Florida, we will represent that child.”

McGrorty noted that while an executive order has been issued ceasing the policy of separating parents from their children at the U.S. border, some of these children remain in facilities in South Florida.

“Please know that Catholic Legal Services is working closely with our partners at Americans for Immigrant Justice, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, others in the legal community, immigrant advocates, and the faith community, to create an effective South Florida response to this crisis,” McGrorty wrote in the June 26 email.

He added that another humanitarian crisis is looming: “Daily, in the immigration courts of Miami and the detention facilities of South Florida, parents of U.S. citizens, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, receive removal orders from immigration judges and face imminent deportation. This situation worsens daily as the mechanisms of deportation ramp up. It will get even worse as the humanitarian protections of TPS and DACA expire.”

DACA stands for Deferred Action for Dreamers, an Obama administration executive order rescinded by President Trump, that allowed undocumented young adults, who were brought to this country as children, to work and study in the U.S. without fear of deportation. An estimated 700,000 so-called “dreamers” are now in legal limbo unless Congress acts to give them permanent legal status.

TPS refers to Temporary Protected Status, which was granted to Haitians, Salvadorans, Hondurans and Nicaraguans when political unrest or natural disasters — such as Haiti’s 2010 earthquake — made it unsafe for them to return to their countries.

The Trump administration announced that TPS will end for 2,500 Nicaraguans by Jan. 5, 2019; for 50,000 Haitians, about half of whom live in South Florida, by July 22, 2019; for 195,000 Salvadorans by Sept. 9, 2019; and for 57,000 Hondurans by Jan. 5, 2020.

Many of those affected have now been in the U.S. for over two decades. They have U.S. citizen children and own small businesses. Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski, along with the U.S. bishops, have called on Congress to do “what is right and just” and pass legislation giving a permanent path to legalization to those currently living under TPS, as well as DACA recipients.

“It's not a question of sending them home because there's no home there. Home is here,” Archbishop Wenski has said, alluding to the length of time most of these immigrants have been in the U.S.

McGrorty’s email concluded: “Help us respond to this humanitarian crisis in our midst. Help us keep South Florida’s families together and strong. Help us to ensure that our neighbors receive fair and full due process, as our law requires. We need your financial assistance, offers of in-kind support, commitment to undertake pro bono representation, moral support and prayers.”

Those wishing to offer pro bono legal services should email rgil@cclsmiami.org Monetary donations may be made through the PayPal link on CLS’ website, www.cclsmiami.org.

Get the most out of Sunday Mass! July 22th

  • 1st Reading: Jeremiah 23:1 – 6
  • 2nd Reading: Ephesians 2:13 – 18
  • Gospel: Mark 6:30 – 34

Convenio Matrimonial invita a todos a su Fiesta Anual de Piratas el Sábado 28 de Julio a las 7:00 pm en Resurrección Hall.

Donación $20.00 por persona incluye cena, sodas, bailes y rifas. Entradas a la venta afuera después de la misa.

Invita al Proximo Curso Isaias 27, 28 Y 29 De Julio.

Inscripciones afuera después de la Linea de Oracion.

Si estas necesitado de oración llamar al 305-Al Señor las 24 horas del día. El grupo de Intercesión orara por sus necesidades. Puedes recibir oración de sanación en la capilla los Domingos a la salida de la Misa.

Grupo de Intercesión se reúne todos los Lunes 7:30 pm Salón 101.

El retiro de "El Viñedo de Raquel " acoge a todo hombre y mujer que hayan pasado por el infortunio de un aborto; llevándolos a un proceso de sanación espiritual muy intenso a través de la enorme Misericordia de Dios. Si durante mucho tiempo no has podido perdonarte a ti mismo/a; este fin de semana es una oportunidad maravi-llosa para hacerlo.

Proximo Retiro 24-25-26 de Agosto 2018.

Informacion: (305) 3029436 | clamordevida@aim.com

Programa RICA es para todo adulto mayor de 18 años, que see prepararse para recibir los sacramentos de iniciacion Cristiana o regresar a la iglesia catolica, Comienza su jornada de preparacion.

Nos reuniremos todos los Miercoles a partir del 19 de Septiembre en la oficina de educacion religiosa de 7:00 pm. a 8:45 pm.

Para registracion favor de llamar a Margarita al (305) 255-6642 Ext. 310

Wednesdays/Miercoles at 7:00 pm in AE-101.

For information call Beatriz (305) 804-2635 or Bill (305) 984-6712.

Be still and know that I am God” Psalm 46:10.

“In the teachings of Jesus, there are prayers, and then there is prayer— the silent, loving communion with the divine, beyond words or ritual.”

Discover the transformative power of Centering Prayer as a form of Christian meditation on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in AE-101.

Explore the profound depths of this practice, making it easier to deepen your connection with God.

Registration for First Communion preparation, First year Confirmation and all Religious Education classes has started!!!

The summer is here and so are sign ups for the 2018-2019 Religious Education classes. Don't wait until the last minute, come in early to assure your desired day/time.

Office Hours:
  • Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm.
  • Tuesdays: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm.
Requirements for registration:
  • Copy of Baptismal Certificate
  • Completed registration form
  • Payment in cash or check only
For more information please call:
John Fernandez (305) 255-6652 ext. 309 or Margarita Avila (305) 255-6642 ext. 310.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the process by which people become members of the Roman Catholic Church. It is a process that provides a special time either to begin your faith journey or to look back over your continuing faith life. During R.C.I.A. you will develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through His Body, the Church.

The process is concerned with the total formation of the person into:
  • Believing with the Church community (doctrinal formation).
  • Living with the Church community (practical formation).
  • Praying with the Church community (liturgical formation).
  • Serving with the Church community (apostolic formation).
The RCIA is intended to serve:
  • The unbaptized who would like to learn more about the Catholic religion.
  • Those baptized in another religion who think they might like to become Catholic.
  • Those baptized Catholic who have not completed the Initiation Sacraments or who have not been raised in the Faith.
For more information or to register for RCIA please call please call Deacon Bob Binder at (305) 238-6484 or Bill Tuttle at (305) 801-6806.

Please don’t forget your stewardship commitment to the parish while you are away on your well deserved summer vacation!!!

If you want to join our Parish Family, please attend one of our orientation meetings which are held one Sunday a month at 9:30 am, Rooms E&F.

For dates please call the Parish Office or speak to someone at the Information Booth in the Loggia after Masses on Sundays. Everyone interested in joining is welcome to the meeting!

We have coffee, donuts and juice for the little ones - and you will be out in time for the 11:00 am Mass.

CURRENT PARISHIONERS, please inform us of any name, address or phone changes; this will assist in keeping your records up to date.

Thank You!!