3716 Garden Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33140

The Archbishop of Miami has ordered that Masses be celebrated without the faithful present and churches close until further notice. The parish office remains open.

We will continue to celebrate Mass according to our regular schedule. They are streamed live on-line on this webpage.

Weekly Bulletin
March 29, 2020
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Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

On Palm Sunday we will celebrate Masses according to the regular schedule. However, since there will be no people present, there will not be a solemn entrance and blessing of the palms at the beginning of Mass as we usually do. This year, we will use the third option in the Missal, the simple entrance, according to the instructions of the Holy See during the emergency. Additionally, we will have a Liturgy of the Word on Saturday, April 4 at 4 PM to bless the Palms. This celebration will be streamed live on the Internet as will all scheduled Masses.

To comply with the City of Miami Beach order to stay at home, blessed palms will be mailed to registered parishioners. If you do not receive them by mail, you will be able to pick them up when the situation normalizes. We kindly ask you not to come to the parish to get palms these days.

Holy Week 2020

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Saturday, April 4
5:00 PM – Mass (English)

Sunday, April 5
English: 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM
Español: 12:30 & 7:00 PM

Monday, April 6
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Confessions (If church is open)

Tuesday, April 7
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Confessions (If church is open)

Wednesday, April 8
Tenebrae 7:00 PM (if Church is open)
Haydn “The Seven Last Words of Christ”
Amernet String Quartet

Thursday, April 9 – Holy Thursday
8:00 AM Morning Prayer
8:30 AM Office of Readings
7:30 PM Celebration of the Mass of
the Lord’s Supper (Bilingual)
Vigil until midnight

Friday, April 10 – Good Friday
8:00 AM Morning Prayer
8:30 AM Office of Readings
12:00 PM The Seven Las Words
3:00 PM Way of the Cross
5:00 PM Via Crucis (Español)
7:00 PM Celebration of the Lord’s Passion (Bilingual)

Saturday, April 11 – Holy Saturday 
7:00 AM Rosario de la Aurora (Español)
8:00 AM Morning Prayer
8:30 AM Office of Readings
8:00 PM Easter Vigil (Multilingual)

Sunday, April 12 – Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord 
English: 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM
Español: 12:30 & 7:00 PM

NB. In the event that the Church remains closed during Holy Week,
all the celebrations will be streamed live.

Moment of prayer and “Urbi et Orbi” Blessing presided over by Pope Francis

Fifth Sunday of Lent

His Beloved friends

Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

“Lord, the one whom you love is sick.” That is the message sent to Jesus by the sisters of Lazarus who is gravely ill. They are asking Him to come visit His friend.

We are also his friends, for so he calls us in John 15. In these times of pandemic, we too turn to Christ and say to him: those whom you love are sick. We ask Him to be present in our midst to heal us, to free us from this threat that has sown the seeds of suffering and death. Pain and suffering are not limited to the disease caused by the menacing virus, but also by the effects of the pandemic on our daily lives: uncertainty, financial insecurity and employment instability.

This predicament in which we find ourselves in makes manifest the fragility of our human condition and the vulnerability of our hyper-technical society. It reminds us that regardless of any technological resources or out net assets, when it comes to the things that really matter, we are indigent. We live in abject poverty. This realization may generate fear, anxiety and selfishness.

St. Patrick Catholic Church
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Pope Francis composes a prayer to Our Lady, Health of the Sick, to implore her protection during the Covid-19 coronavirus epidemic.

“O Mary, you shine continuously along our journey as a sign of salvation and hope.
“We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick, who at the Cross were near to the pain of Jesus, keeping your faith firm.
“You, Salvation of the Roman people, know what we need, and we trust that you will provide for those needs so that, as at Cana of Galilee, joy and celebration may return after this moment of trial.
“Help us, Mother of Divine Love, to conform ourselves to the will of the Father and to do what Jesus tells us, He who took our sufferings upon Himself, and took up our sorrows to bring us, through the Cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. Amen.
“We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God. Do not despise our pleas – we who are put to the test – and deliver us from every danger, O glorious and blessed Virgin.”
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Divine Mercy chaplet

During the pandemic, we will pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet Monday through Friday at 3 PM. You can join us through the Internet.

Blessed Sacrament
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Every Thursday from 8:45 AM to 6:30 PM at St. André Besette chapel located at the corner of Alton Rd. and Barry Street. Come join us!

During the pandemic emergency, we are still having adoration on Thursdays in the Church and streaming live.
We will also have adoration Monday – Friday for one hour beginning at noon for the duration of the emergency measures. This will also be streamed live on the Internet.
Eucharist fast
Spiritual Communion due to quarantine

During this time of “Eucharistic fast” due to the pandemic, we are encouraged to perform acts of Spiritual Communion such as the one below.

My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.

ChurchOffice hours
Office hours during pandemic emergency

The office is open Monday – Saturday during regular office hours, but will close on Sundays while the emergency measures are in place.
Thus, the current office hours are
Monday – Friday 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
We strongly recommend that you call before coming to the office, especially if you wish to go to Confession.

Reconciliation weekend 2018
Confession during the pandemic

The office is open. Priests are available for Confession by appointment.

Archdiocese of Miami4
Trust in the power of prayer; COVID-19

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

The coronavirus pandemic has shaken our world – and our lives.  Like in the aftermath of 9/11, we feel like the world has changed; but we don’t know yet what the “new normal” will be.  But as a people of faith, we trust in the power of prayer and in the providence of our loving God; as a people of hope, we know that God will never abandon us; as a people of charity, despite our own fears and anxieties, we stand in solidarity with all our brothers and sisters who are infected or affected by this pandemic.

March 13. Note from Archbishop concerning Coronavirus and parish activities

Our parishes will celebrate the Lord’s Day this weekend and during the week for those who do wish to participate in the Eucharistic celebration, the source and summit of our Christian life.  We pray that we will be able to continue to do so; but we will be guided by prudence and the best counsel of our civil authorities and medical professionals.  If circumstances dictate in coming days that Masses be suspended the Archdiocese will make a timely announcement to that effect.

Guidelines for visiting the sick in their homes under quarantine to distribute Holy Communion

Persons quarantined in their homes under the threat of the coronavirus may request a visit from the priest, deacon or lay Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist.

  • A phone call to the patient to learn the circumstances of the quarantine:  How long has the patient been quarantined? What is the patient’s current status?  Has the patient been tested and diagnosed with COVID-19? Are other family members present to assist in the visit? Is the patient using a mask to reduce transmission?
La amistad con Jesús
La amistad con Jesús, ¿Es posible? ¿Es real?

Presentación del padre Guillermo Arias SJ en la charla cuaresmal titulada:
La amistad con Jesús, ¿Es posible? ¿Es real?

Way of the Cross Via Crucis
Way of the Cross

Join us every Friday of Lent at 7 PM for a bilingual Way of the Cross.

Learn Natural Family Planning
Suspended. Will be rescheduled when the emergency is over.

Learn Natural Family Planning (NFP) and help build communication skills and enhance intimacy in your marriage. Take a class to prepare for your new marriage or for marriage enrichment and learn a medically safe, morally acceptable and highly effective method of both postponing and achieving pregnancy.

Eucharistic Adoration
Morning prayer and adoration

During Lent we invite you to join us for morning prayer at 7 AM Monday through Friday with adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until the beginning of Mass at 8 AM.

ABCD: Changing people’s lives for the better

People featured in 2020 campaign video were helped by ABCD, now continue to help others.

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Laudato Si’

On the care of our common home.

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Parishes are generally territorial, that is they include all the Christian faithful in a certain territory. The current limits of our parish territory are the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Biscayne Bay to the west, 17th Street to the south and 69th Street to the north. Therefore, if you live within our boundaries you are by the law of the Church a parishioner at St. Patrick.