This Week

Announcements from our bulletin of April 5, 2020

  • Palm Sunday
    Available Saturday after 5:00 PM
    The Archbishop has suggested that, on Palm Sunday, parishioners could place a palm on their front door as "most yards in South Florida have some type of palm in them."
    Click here to read entire article.
  • Holy Thursday of the Lord's Supper
    Available Thursday after 5:00 PM
  • Friday of the Passion of the Lord
    Available Friday after 3:00 PM
  • The Easter Vigil of the Holy Night
    Available Saturday after 5:00 PM
  • Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
    Available Sunday after 7:00 AM

Other Masses

To see other available Masses recommended by the Archdiocese of Miami, Click here.

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Give him the reward of his labors, and let his works praise him at the city gates.

We at San Pablo Mourn the death of Roland Rocheleau, who entered Eternal Life this past March 30th and Barbara Arena, who died in the morning of April 2nd. May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed through the Mercy of God REST IN PEACE!

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Let nothing disturb you, let nothing frighten you,
he who has God nothing lacks:
God alone suffices.

Nada te turbe, nada te espante,
quien a Dios tiene nada le falta:
Solo Dios basta.

- St. Teresa de Avila

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Being for long periods at home may be an overwhelming experience for children and adults alike. During this time, you may find confort exploring content specially selected for our parishioners.

CLICK HERE to see our selection of books and films for all ages and audiences.

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San Pablo's 2020 ABCD Update

  • Goal : $50,000
  • Amount Paid: $31,787
  • Amount Pledged: $16,899
  • Amount Paid & Pledged : $48,686
  • Over/Under Goal : $1,314
  • Number of Donors : 89
  • Average Gift : $547
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We recall and commemorate the events of our salvation as we begin Holy Week.

As we remember the suffering and death of Jesus, we are drawn more deeply into the mystery of God’s steadfast love for all humanity: God so loved the world that he sent his only Son that all may be saved.

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  • Marie Schmidt
  • Ruthie & Billy Wagner
  • Bill & Melody Kelley
  • Jeannie Platt
  • Barbara Arena
  • Peter Pittman
  • Fran Newman
  • Sara Joseph-Rager
  • Roland Rochleau
  • Nancy Ahearn
  • Philomene Lebon
  • Morgan Leary
  • Ellen Monahan Andary
  • Riley Johannes
  • Tamara Pfeffer
  • Jim Johnson
  • Christopher Cullen
  • Kaitlyn Palguta
  • Faith Palguta
  • Michael Valentine
  • Karen Wimmer
  • Fred Beverly
  • Kay Cornell
  • Gabriel Alvarez
  • Andrew Czeck
  • Donna Brozdonis
  • Jayna Johannes
  • Jeanne Eigner
  • Nicole De Feo
  • Maida Brown
  • Yvonne Crimella
  • Baby Elizabeth
  • William Gustautson
  • Karen Nielsen
  • Annie Marill & girls
  • Bob Wimmer
  • Mike Puto
  • Wilma Tarlton
  • Denny Palmer
  • Patricia Thonus
  • Honey Karl
  • Barbara Musacchia
  • Frank Batistich
  • Randy Wright
  • Joan Hoch
  • Nancy Gudgeon
  • Neiro
  • Nathaniel & Merrick Maro
  • Father Ed Prus
  • John Luce
  • Mary Love
  • Chris Cecelia
  • Bernie Benvenuti
  • Anna Hartley
  • Don Market
  • Roberto Betancourt
  • Paul Bekavak
  • Ashley Radloff
  • Abby Cafiero
  • Teresa Vaccaro
  • Christine Grenet
  • Don Elzer
  • Baby Aleman
  • Catherine Diaz
  • Frank Vaccaro
  • Stephen Starling
  • Baby Mila
  • Catherine Dunn
  • Joyce DeMarko
  • Delores Szemborski
  • Jane Wisnewski
  • Charles Sidlow
  • Linda Holcomb
  • Samantha Scofield

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

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The Archdiocese of Miami has been hearing reports of people receiving emails from scammers impersonating clergy, asking for gift cards "for some women going through cancer at the hospital." This is the latest variation of texts and emails, also purporting to be from pastors or clergy, that began circulating in the U.S. back in April 2019.

Requests for money are done only in churches or through collections approved by the archdiocese. Clergy also would never ask for gift cards or for people to verify personal information online.

If you, your friends or family have received emails or texts like this, please do not open the attachment and do not respond. Report the email or text as spam and delete it.

You also can report the scam to Florida’s Consumer Protection Division by visiting and filling out a complaint form, or calling the Fraud Hotline, 1-866-966-7226. That same office also is warning about scams related to the coronavirus outbreak. Read more at
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