3716 Garden Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33140

Serving the visitors and residents of Miami Beach since 1926 SHAMROCK PRIDE Congratulations Graduates Slide

Entry, exit and circulation

For your safety and the safety of others, please follow the diagram as you enter and exit the church and also when you move inside.
If you are sick or have flu like symptoms please, stay at home.


Masses have resumed

Masses with the faithful present have resumed. However, because of social distancing requirements and other restrictions ordered by the Archbishop and the City of Miami Beach that limit the capacity of the parish church, we will continue to stream Mass on this website according to our regular schedule for the benefit of those who are sick, are fearful or cannot attend Mass.


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Weekly Bulletin

October 25, 2020


Warning! Scam!

If you receive a text message or an e-mail from Fr. Roberto Cid asking for a favor, do not respond. It is a hoax!

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Is it possible?

Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

The twofold commandment to love that appears in the Gospel passage proclaimed this Sunday is explained by Pope Benedict XVI in his encyclical God is love in the following way.

“Can we love God without seeing him? And can love be commanded? Against the double commandment of love these questions raise a double objection. No one has ever seen God, so how could we love him? Moreover, love cannot be commanded; it is ultimately a feeling that is either there or not, nor can it be produced by the will. Scripture seems to reinforce the first objection when it states: “If anyone says, ‘I love God,’ and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, cannot love God whom he has not seen.” But this text hardly excludes the love of God as something impossible. On the contrary, the whole context of the passage quoted from the First Letter of John shows that such love is explicitly demanded. The unbreakable bond between love of God and love of neighbor is emphasized. One is so closely connected to the other that to say that we love God becomes a lie if we are closed to our neighbor or hate him altogether. Saint John’s words should rather be interpreted to mean that love of neighbor is a path that leads to the encounter with God, and that closing our eyes to our neighbor also blinds us to God.

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Holy Hour

There will be a Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament next Friday, October 30th at 7:00 PM in the Church in memory of all deceased children, especially those who have been lost through miscarriage or abortion.

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Eucharistic reparation

Join us every Wednesday beginning at 7 PM for two hours of Eucharistic adoration and prayer in reparation for all the offenses against the Lord.

Carlo Acutis
Miami Beach Senior High Catholic Club

We have resumed our biweekly meetings via Zoom.
Ms. Grecia Menendez is the faculty member coordinating the Club this year.
Our meetings for the entire year will focus on the love of God made manifest in the life and writings of Blessed Carlo Acutis.

Our Zoom meetings will take place on
10/29 “Not me, but God.”
11/12 “I have lived my life without wasting a minute on those things which do not please God.”
11/24 “By standing before the Eucharistic Christ we become holy.”
12/17- Christmas celebration

Bishops of Florida
Election resources from the Bishops of Florida

In keeping with its mission, the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops (FCCB) aims to assist Catholics in active and responsible participation in political life. Each election cycle, the FCCB offers several resources to help the faithful with the obligation to make informed voting decisions.


Rosary October
October is the month of the Rosary

The Rosary is a compendium of the Gospel that helps us Remember Christ with Mary Learning Christ from Mary Being conformed to Christ with Mary Praying to Christ with Mary Proclaiming Christ with Mary.

Respect Life Month October
October is Respect Life month

Each October the Church in the United States celebrates Respect Life Month, and the first Sunday of October is observed as Respect Life Sunday. As Catholics, we are called to cherish, defend, and protect those who are most vulnerable, from the beginning of life to its end, and at every point in between. During the month of October, the Church asks us to reflect more deeply on the dignity of every human life.

Emmaus and Friends Men’s Club

Join us every Wednesday at 7PM for our new “Emmaus and Friends Men’s Club”.  This Zoom meeting is open to all men interested in spiritual and personal growth development and fellowship.

Meeting ID: 958 029 3100
Passcode: StPats

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St. Patrick Catholic School has gone back to on site learning

Click here to learn about Archdiocesan plan to manage COVID-19 exposure.

adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Addiction recovery support – Calix

If you are participating in a 12-step program, we invite you to join us every Wednesday for two hours of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 7 PM to 9 PM.

Religious education for children

Classes in our Religious education (CCD) program will start on Sunday, September 13.
To register please CLICK HERE.

RCIA - Christian initiation of adults
Christian initiation of adults

If you or somebody you know who is older than 7 wishes to become Catholic or is already a baptized Catholic but has not received First Communion or Confirmation, we invite you to sign up for our Christian Initiation for Adults. It is a Catechetical program to prepare for the reception of the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and First Communion during the Easter Season 2021.

Meetings begin on Wednesday, October 2 at 7 PM. During the pandemic sessions will be virtual.
Visit RCIA to enroll or call the parish office if you have any questions.

Gift shop

Our gift shop is closed during the pandemic to comply with diocesan guidelines and protect our volunteers. However, if you would like to purchase religious articles such as rosaries, statues, books or prayers cards, please call the parish office. We will mail the articles to you.

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Confession during the pandemic

Confession on weekends during regularly scheduled hours has resumed as of May 30. As usual, priests are also available for Confession by appointment and any time upon request.

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  • If you are sick or have flu like symptoms, stay at home.
  • Wear a mask.
  • Keep social distancing at all times.
  • Follow directional signs on the floor.
  • Sit only in places marked with an orange ribbon.
  • Groups of 2-3 adults (older than 16) may use the pews marked with an H for household.
  • Families with children use designated area.
  • Follow instructions of ushers.
  • Receive communion on hand.
  • Place your gift in collection basket by doors or send by mail.

If the Church is up to capacity when you arrive, please go back to your vehicle, follow the Mass streamed on line and during the Our Father begin to approach for Communion observing social distancing at all times.

Ushers needed!

As the church reopens on Tuesday, May 26 with temporary measures to ensure social distancing and other measures to prevent contagion, we will need additional ushers at every Mass. If you feel a call to serve in this important ministry at this critical moment, please call the parish office to sign up as a volunteer. The number to call is 305-531-1124.

Daily Rosary in Zoom

The men’s Emmaus group hosts a virtual meeting through Zoom every day at 8:30 PM to pray the Rosary. Contact parish office for details.

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Emmaus in Zoom

Men’s Emmaus groups in English and Spanish continue their regular meeting on Monday and Tuesday through Zoom. Women’s Emmaus group in Spanish also holds virtual meetings on Friday at 6:00 PM.

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.

ABCD: Changing people’s lives for the better

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

Live Video Streaming



During the pandemic quarantine we will stream live from the Church from 8 AM to 8 PM. Our Mass schedule remains the same.


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Laudato Si’

On the care of our common home.

Hearing Loop

St. Patrick Catholic Church of Miami Beach has installed a Hearing Loop to assist those with hearing loss hear more clearly.


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Join our Parish

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.