Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ:

During his recent apostolic visit to the UAE, the Holy Father celebrated Mass for Peace and Justice. The Gospel reading was taken from beginning of the Sermon of the Mount, the Beatitudes according to St. Matthew. The homily delivered by Pope Francis was so moving that two prominent Emirati newspapers, The National and the Khaleej Times, led their editions with headlines “Blessed” and “We are blessed”. Since this Sunday, we hear St. Luke’s version of the Beatitudes. I thought it would be appropriate to share with you a fragment of the Pope’s homily.

“Blessed: this is the word with which Jesus begins his preaching… And it is the refrain he repeats today, as if to fix in our hearts, more than anything, an essential message: if you are with Jesus, if you love to listen to his word as the disciples of that time did, if you try to live out this word every day, then you are blessed. Not you will be blessed, but you are blessed; this is the first truth we know about the Christian life. It is not simply a list of external prescriptions to fulfil or a set of teachings to know. The Christian life, first and foremost, is not this; rather, it is the knowledge that, in Jesus, we are the Father’s beloved children. The Christian life means living out the joy of this blessedness, wanting to live life as a love story, the story of God’s faithful love, he who never abandons us and wishes to be in communion with us always. This is the reason for our joy, a joy that no one in the world and no circumstance in our lives can take from us. It is a joy that gives peace also in the midst of pain, a joy that already makes us participate in that eternal happiness which awaits us…


St. Patrick Family Picnic

Saturday, March 2 / On School Field / 1:00 – 4:30PM

The St. Patrick Outreach Committee invite all
Church Parishioners, School & Preschool Families!

Let’s celebrate our patron saint!

  • 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
  • Don and Mary Anne Shula Scholarship

    Don and Mary Anne Shula Scholarship

    The St. Joseph Parish Don and Mary Anne Shula Scholarship Fund awards up to $ 2,500 for 4 years to a parishioner who is enrolled in a Catholic High School. Application deadline is March 8.

    Click here for application form
  • The Wellspring Experience

    The Wellspring Experience

    The Wellspring Experience is a live in weekend for those who want to deal with unresolved feelings of loss so they can move on. This program provides for a safe environment for those who experienced a significant loss, primarily focused on the separation/divorce experience.

    The next weekend will be held May 3-5 ,2019 at The Grand Palms Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, Pembroke Pines, Fl 33027.

    More info & Registration form here
  • Men’s Emmaus English Retreat #12

    Men's Emmaus English Retreat #12

    We will have an Emmaus retreat for men beginning on  Friday, March 8th through Sunday, March 10th 2019.

    More information here
  • Grief support group

    Grief support group

    Our grief support group meets every Tuesday at 7 PM in the Bell tower (Parish office).
  • Wedding Anniversary Mass 2019

    Wedding Anniversary Mass 2019

    For couples married in the Catholic Church celebrating their first, twenty-fifth, fiftieth and plus wedding anniversary this year!

    February 16, 2019.
    4 p.m. Photos with Archbishop Wenski.
    5:30 p.m. Mass.
    St. Mary Cathedral.
    7525 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL 33150.
    To Register Please click here or contact your Parish Office.
  • Natural Family Planning (NFP) Classes

    Natural Family Planning (NFP) Classes

    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.

    Next series of CCL on-site classes:
    • Patrick Church, Miami Beach: Jan. 12, Feb. 9, and March 9, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. Contact Carmen and Alejandro Santamaria: 305-321-4240,
    • Epiphany Church, Miami: Feb. 2, March 2, , April 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Contact Carlos and Lucy Moas: 305-498-2731,

    Read more here.
  • 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  Thank you and God bless you!
  • Peace Olive Tree Planting Ceremony

    Peace Olive Tree Planting Ceremony

    On Thursday, November 15 at 9:00 am the entire school gathered around the west courtyard for a "Peace Olive Tree Planting Ceremony". They were joined by members of the Talmudic university led by Rabbi Yitzi Zweig.

    Photo gallery

    Olive tree: a sign of friendship

    Planting at St. Patrick School denotes partnership between local Christians, Jews.

    Read article here
  • High School Youth Group

    St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Youth Ministry
    Meet in front of Church Entrance!
    More Info: Carmen Vazquez (305)970-4128
  • 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. Read the communiqué from the Holy See Press Office.

    Oración a san Miguel Arcángel

    El Santo Padre Francisco ha pedido que sigamos rezando la oración a san Miguel Arcángel. Lea el comunicado de la Oficina de Prensa de la Santa Sede.
  • 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.
  • Faith Formation Classes

    Faith Formation Classes

    Dear Parents, Registration for all Faith Formation Classes begins this Sunday.  This year you will pre-register on a phone, tablet or computer through the Saint Patrick website.   So if you have a child ready to prepare for the Sacraments or if you would allow us to partner with you in passing on our Catholic Faith in our grade level religion classes, please visit our Faith Formation Registration Page.
  • 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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