This Week

Announcements from our bulletin of January 17, 2021

Our Mission is to embrace God's Loving Mercy, embracing our diversity as we serve the needs of others.

In both our first reading and the Gospel, we hear how God calls people to serve.

The youth Samuel hears God's voice but does not recognize it at first. But God keeps calling and with Eli's help, Samuel is finally able to hear God's word. The disciples of John the Baptist follow Jesus at his invitation, and bring along Simon Peter. We often come to serve the Lord through the invitation of others. We can offer that same invitation to those who have not yet heard the Gospel message.

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When someone you care about hurts you, you can hold on to anger, resentment and thoughts of revenge or embrace forgiveness and move forward.

What are the benefits of forgiving someone?

Letting go of grudges and bitterness can make way for improved health and peace of mind. Forgiveness can lead to:

  • Healthier relationships
  • Improved mental health
  • Less anxiety, stress and hostility
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Fewer symptoms of depression
  • A stronger immune system
  • Improved heart health
  • Improved self-esteem
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While many of us can't make our usual trip to Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life this year, don't let that stop you from your public witness in support of LIFE.

Join us in the Archdiocese of Miami as we gather for LIVE, virtual events to commemorate the anniversary of Roe v. Wade with prayer, fasting, reflection, and ideas for you to do on your own or with a group locally.

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..just as we are instruments of Christ. A universal body of believers-delivering God's message of hope and love to everyone, everywhere.

As a Catholic community, we embrace the call to action to make God present in our everyday lives. For many of us, our commitment to the ABCD allows us to be part of that active witness of our faith.

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Never Baptized? Baptized into another Faith and would like to be able to learn more about Catholicism? Baptized Catholic but never received the Sacraments of Holy Communion or Confirmation?
RCIA is here for you!

What is RCIA exactly?

RCIA is the process the Catholic Church uses to help non-Catholics learn more about the Church and if they desire, become Catholic.

If you are interested in learning more about the Catholic Church, it's practices and traditions and/or have not received all the Sacraments of Initiation, please join this program.

How can you get started?

Contact RCIA director, Carmen Kelley (954) 328-2513 or to discuss how the Church can address your needs.
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New apostolic letter, 'Patris corde,' launches observance that begins Dec. 8, 2020.

On the 150th anniversary of Blessed Pope Pius IX's declaration of St. Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church, Pope Francis has issued a new apostolic letter entitled Patris corde, and proclaimed a special “Year of St. Joseph,” beginning on the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2020 and extending to the same feast in 2021.

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A Healthy Reminder This Christmas

During Mass, please do not hold hands or exchange the Sign of Peace. While preaching or at the altar the celebrant will not use a face mask, but he and other ministers will when they distribute Holy Communion. (If anyone disagrees about the necessity of wearing a face mask, I would ask that person to wear it anyway out of respect for and charity towards their fellow parishioners.)

If you are sick or have flu like symptoms, stay home. If you are frail because of age or are vulnerable because of an underlying condition, or you are a caretaker or someone who is, it might be reasonable for you to stay home. If you are fearful, stay home.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Most Reverend Thomas Wenski
Archbishop of Miami

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CHI Marathon Health Center is offering drive-through COVID-19 testing by appointment only.

New testing days and hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays From 5:00pm to 6:00pm.

To request an appointment, visit or call (305) 252-4820.
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Here at San Pablo, to help maintain social distancing, we have marked the available pews with blue tape.

Please choose a seat with a strip of blue tape in front of you.

Please wear a mask or other face covering.

Thank you.

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US Catholic Bishops release a new statement further clarifying the Church's position regarding the COVID-19 vaccines that are currently available.

By Lisa Zengarini

As the United States gear up for its largest ever immunisation campaign against COVID-19, the US Bishops have decided to further clarify the Church's position regarding vaccines that have some connection to cell lines originating from aborted foetuses, reminding that since the beginning of the pandemic it has advocated for the development of a vaccine that has no link to abortion.

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But what does "salvation" mean? In this remarkable 1o-part video series, Scripture scholar and theologian Michael Patrick Barber provides a thorough, deeply Catholic, and deeply biblical, answer.

Starting January 20th, the Bible study will take place on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00pm via Zoom.

Upon registration you will receive the Zoom link. The participant guide is not available via download, so the workbooks will be mailed to each registered participant upon registration. The cost of $10 to participate in the Bible Study is for the cost of the workbook and shipping.

Register now!

Lectio Salvation Online Bible Study
Academia de Líderes Católicos
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For all who have contracted coronavirus, we pray for care and healing.

For those who are particularly vulnerable, we pray for safety and protection.

For all who experience fear or anxiety, we pray for peace of mind and spirit.

For affected families who are facing difficult decisions between food on the table or public safety, we pray for policies that recognize their plight.

For those who do not have adequate health insurance, we pray that no family will face financial burdens alone.

For those who are afraid to access care due to immigration status, we pray for recognition of the God-given dignity of all.

For our brothers and sisters around the world, we pray for shared solidarity.

For public officials and decisionmakers, we pray for wisdom and guidance.

Father, during this time may your Church be a sign of hope, comfort and love to all. Grant peace. Grant comfort. Grant healing. Be with us, Lord.


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  • Abby Cafiero
  • Aimee Casey
  • Andrew Czeck
  • Anna Hartley
  • Annie Marill & girls
  • Ashley Radloff
  • Baby Aleman
  • Baby Elizabeth
  • Baby Mila
  • Barbara Musacchia
  • Bernie Wilhelm
  • Bill & Melody Kelley
  • Bob Wimmer
  • Bonnie Cucchi
  • Catherine Diaz
  • Catherine Dunn
  • Cassandra
  • Followell-Bolten
  • Cecelia Chris
  • Christine Grenet
  • Christopher Cullen
  • Craig & Crystal Cates
  • Delores Szemborski
  • Denny Palmer
  • Diana & Stan Stromski
  • Diane Coldren
  • Don Elzer
  • Donna Brozdonis
  • Doug & Melissa
  • Elba & Baby
  • Ellen Monahan Andary
  • Emilia Echevarria
  • Erick Armstrong
  • Faith Palguta
  • Father Ed Prus
  • Fran Newman
  • Frances Quinn
  • Frank Batistich
  • Frank Vaccaro
  • Fred Beverly
  • Gabriel Alvarez
  • Honey Karl
  • Jane Wisnewski
  • Jayna Johannes
  • Jeanne Eigner
  • Jeannie Platt
  • Jerry Paige
  • Jim & Connie Aaron
  • Jim Johnson
  • Jim Walton
  • Jim
  • Joan Hoch
  • Joanne Piasecki
  • John & Judy Arnold
  • John Cunningham
  • John Luce
  • Joyce DeMarko
  • Kaitlyn Palguta
  • Karen Nielsen
  • Karen Wimmer
  • Kay Cornell
  • Lidia Morelia
  • Maida Brown
  • Marie & Steve Flood
  • Marie Schmidt
  • Mary Love
  • Michael Valentine
  • Mike Puto
  • Morgan Leary
  • Nancy Ahearn
  • Nancy Arrowsmith
  • Nancy Gudgeon
  • Neil Rathbun
  • Neiro Nathaniel
  • Merrick Maro
  • Nicole De Feo
  • Pat Thonus
  • Patricia Thonus
  • Paul Bekavak
  • Peter Pittman
  • Philomene Lebon
  • Randy Wright
  • Richard Worthing
  • Riley Johannes
  • Roberto Betancourt
  • Roland & Truitt
  • Ruthie & Billy Wagner
  • Samantha Scofield
  • Sara Joseph-Rager
  • Stan Stromsky
  • Tamara PfeKer
  • Teresa Vaccaro
  • Terry Walters
  • William Gustautson
  • Wilma Tarlton
  • Yvonne Crimella

If you see yourself or someone you know on the list who is no longer sick, please contact the office.

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