Just Judge

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ:

The second Reading for this Sunday reminds us that we will all have to appear before the Just Judge to respond for our actions, that is the reason why the right formation of our conscience is of paramount importance. Our conscience is not the source of good and evil but the arbiter.

To contribute to the formation of our consciences, I share with you another fragment of a timely document published by the Holy See a few weeks ago that deals with the issue of discernment in economic and financial matters.

“Every economic system is legitimate if it thrives not merely through the quantitative development of exchange but rather by its capacity to promote the development of the entire person and of every person. Well-being and development both demand and support each other, calling for sustainable policies and perspectives far beyond the short term.

  • Economics & Faith

    Economics & Faith

    Faces@fiu — Faculty & Administration in catholic ncounters with students & staff. Faith & reason series all invited · 12 pm to 12:50 pm · Discussion & free lunch. Wed. Jun. 27 - cbc #154.

    More info here
  • Al-Anon

    Al-Anon

    Al-Anon a support group for relatives and close friends of persons struggling with addictions meets every Tuesday at 7:00 PM in the Adam and Eve room on Barry Street.
  • Faith Formation Survey 2018

    Faith Formation Survey 2018

    Thank you to everyone who submitted answer to our survey last weekend.  If you were unable to do so we would greatly appreciate you taking it online. You can do so by following this link.
  • Book club

    Book club

    We are currently reading “Peter and Magdalen: The Gospel Runs in Two Voices”.  The next meeting will take place on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 7:30 PM in the Rectory.
  • Bible Study in English

    Bible Study in English

    Saturdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. Bell Tower Conference Room. May 19/June 9, 16 & 23/July 7, 14 & 21/September 15 & 22/October 20 & 27/November 3 & 10
  • Calix

    Calix

    A new 12-Step meeting will begin at St. Patrick's under the auspices of Calix, an association of Catholics seeking to maintain physical and emotional  sobriety through spiritual connection to their Catholic faith. Participation is guided by the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous but is open to all members of 12 Step programs. Please,  join Calix on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month at 5pm in the Lejeune conference room. The first meeting will be Sunday, April 8.
  • La Biblia y la Virgen María

    La Biblia y la Virgen María

    El Ministerio Mariano de San Patricio invita  a una jornada, muy especial, para llegar a conocer a profundidad la historia de nuestra Madre del Cielo, María. El curso se presentará en doce clases que tendrán lugar los primeros lunes  de mes.  La próxima clase es el lunes 4 de junio, a las 8:00 p.m. en la clase número 107 de la escuela  St. Patrick que se encuentra al lado del edificio de la iglesia. Llama al 305-531-1124 para registrarte. Únete a nosotros dejándole saber a María que somos,  como San Juan Pablo II, se lo dejó saber en su  lema papal mariano:  Totus Tuus –  ¡Todos Tuyos, Maria¡
  • Project Rachel – Post abortion healing

    Project Rachel - Post abortion healing

    Project Rachel is a post-abortion healing, counseling and reconciliation program open to anyone, male or female, who is experiencing hurt, guilt and other negative effects of an abortion.

    More information here
  • Prayer for the canonization of Fr. Titus Brandsma

    Prayer for the canonization of Fr. Titus Brandsma

    Adele Neumann is praying for a miraculous healing through the intercession of Fr. Titus Brandsma. We invite you to join in her prayers.

    Fr. Brandsma was a Dutch Carmelite who was arrested by the Nazis and sent to several concentration camps. He was murdered in 1942 in Dachau serene, comforting others and doing good to his tortures to the end.

    Prayer

    God our Father, your servant, Blessed Titus Brandsma, labored zealously in your vineyard and gave his life freely because of his faith in you. Through his intercession I ask for your mercy and help. Father Titus never refused when he was asked to help by your people, in his name I come to you with my needs for Adele Neumann's cure of her cancer.

    Lord, help me always to imitate with great faith, generous love and burning zeal of Blessed Titus Brandsma. Glorify your servant as he strove to glorify you. Amen.

    Our Father. Hail Mary. Glory.

    Mary Mother of Carmel, pray for us.

    Blessed Titus Brandsma, Carmelite Martyr, plead for us.
  • Family Mass Celebration 2018 Calendar

    Family Mass Celebration 2018 Calendar

    First Saturday of the month at 5:00 p.m.

    Come with your family to pray for families in need all around the world and put your God given talents at His service. You can serve participating in the Liturgy, singing, playing an instrument, presenting the offerings, greeting people before and after Mass, etc. This invitation is extended to you, your family and friends.

    More info here
  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

    Every Thursday from 8:45 AM To 6:45 PM at St. André Bessette chapel located at the corner of Alton Rd. and Barry Street.
    Join us to adore the Lord Jesus truly and substantially present in the Eucharist.

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