Sea Sunday

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ:

Sea Sunday is observed this Sunday in the universal Church. It is a day designated to pray for seafarers, those who work in the maritime world and those in the Apostleship of the Seas.

The maritime world and everything that surrounds it is a very hard-working environment. Seafarers and crewmembers on cruise ships spend many months away from home, working long hours under very difficult conditions, earning meagre salaries, with very little or no benefits at all. They often must endure price gouging by unscrupulous persons when they come ashore.  Those who are involved with this industry know the difficulties that those who labor on board the ships face. You may have been on a cruise and noticed the hard-working men and women who served you for long hours but perhaps never stopped to think about their salaries or the working conditions in the very same ship that you were enjoying. Most international trade is done on the backs of hard-working people who spend many hours away from their families working hard on-board merchant ships. Many of us have probably seen the movie “On the Waterfront” depicting the life of stevedores working at the port featuring a very young Marlon Brando with Karl Malden playing the role of a priest whose parish includes the docklands.

  • Prayer for Sea Sunday

    Prayer for Sea Sunday

    O God most tender Father, endless sea, We thank you for the work of the million and a half seafarers, who sail the oceans and the seas, transporting about 90% of goods from one country to another, contributing to our comfort and well-being.

    PRAYER / ORACIÓN
  • Send them back with a FULL pack!

    Send them back with a FULL pack!

    Drop-off Deadline is Sunday, August 4th
    Drop-off at the Parish Office in the Bell Tower. The office is open Monday –
    Friday from 8:30am-5pm and on Saturday & Sunday from 9am-2:30pm.
    Special Instructions: Place all items inside the backpack & zip.
    Alternatives: Consider a cash donation of $35 or more.
    Distribution will be on Saturday, August 10th

    MORE INFO
  • Book club

    Book club

    We are currently reading The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity, and My Fight Against the Islamic State. The next meeting will take place on Thursday, August 29, 2019 at 7:30 PM in the Rectory.
  • Vacation Bible School (VBS)

    Vacation Bible School (VBS)

    WHO: Students entering Kinder to 5th.
    WHEN: Monday July 29th to Friday August 2nd Drop Off: 9:00 AM Pick Up: 12:00 PM.
    WHERE: St. Patrick School Auditorium.
    COST: $40.

    For more information contact Jon Pierre Marcazzo at jmarcazzo@stpatrickmiamibeach.com
  • Planned Giving

    Planned Giving

    Do you want 100% of your estate to go to your children tomorrow? Find out how a charitable trust could be an important part of your will or estate plan. For more information, contact the rectory or call the Office of Planned Giving at (305) 762-1110.
  • Divorce Care

    Divorce Care

    Have you gone through divorce? Are you hurting? Divorce care meets every Wednesday. Call the parish office for information
  • A letter from Respect Life ministry

    Respect Life Ministry

    A letter from Respect Life ministry acknowledging your generous support of this important ministry.

    Read the letter
  • Archbishop’s Charity and Development Drive (ABCD) 2019

    Archbishop’s Charity and Development Drive (ABCD) 2019

    Thank you to all who have already generously responded to this year’s ABCD.  Your support strengthens the ministries that serve our Archdiocese and allow the Church to form new disciples.  As Scriptures remind us, Give and it shall be given to you. If you have yet to respond to this year’s ABCD, we need you! Please join us by making a gift now- even a small gift can make a big difference.  You can obtain a pledge envelope from the parish office or you can make a gift online at www.isupportabcd.org.  Thank you and God bless you!
  • St. Patrick Women’s Emmaus

    St. Patrick Women's Emmaus

    The Church of St. Patrick Women’s Emmaus Ministry cordially invites you to our next retreat. Join us for a weekend of joy, hope and renewal. November 1th -3th, 2019.
  • A request from the Holy Father

    Prayer to St. Michael, the Archangel

    The Holy Father Francis has requested that we continue to pray the prayer to St. Michael, the Archangel.
  • RCIA – Christian initiation of adults

    RCIA - Christian initiation of adults

    Are you Catholic but have not received Confirmation or First Communion? Do you wish to become Catholic? Do you know somebody who is older than 7 and wishes to become Catholic?

    RCIA is a catechetical program to receive the sacraments of initiation. Call the parish office to register.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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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Laudato Si'

On the care of our common home.
Franciscus.

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