The Liturgy of the Hours is the official prayer of the Church. There will be an information session on November 23, 2019 at 9AM in the Church for those interested in learning how to pray throughout the day with the universal Church.
The bells in the tower are in need of heavy maintenance. We have signed a contract with the vendor who installed them when the church was built in the 1920s.
The cost to replace the mechanism and refurbish the bells is in excess of $ 85,000.
We are requesting donations to defray the expenses. If you are moved to help with this project, please call the parish office or send an earmarked contribution.
We are reading “Death with Interruptions” by José Saramago. Our next meeting will be on Thursday, December 5 at 7:30 PM in the rectory.
“Let the children come to me”
Autism 19:14 is a catechetical program for children with Autism, as a response to the Lord Jesus’ statement in Matthew 19;14: Let the children come to me.
If you know of an Autistic child who is in need of the Sacraments of initiation, please contact the parish office.
A letter from Fr. Raju Pila the missionary representative from the Archdiocese of Trivandrum who visited on October 13-14.
We need help with the roasting of turkeys, ideally this would be a location that can roast 15-20 turkeys Thanksgiving week. Also need volunteers for food preparation the afternoons of 11/25, 11/26, 11/27 as well as volunteers to help serve lunch Thanksgiving Day. To volunteer, please contact Christine Dundas at email: email@example.com, or phone: (305) 998-6482.
During his Apostolic Visit to Mexico, Pope Francis told the Jesuits to pray for the canonization of Blessed Miguel Pro, a Mexican Jesuit who was martyred in the early 20th century. Please pray that the Lord will grant a miracle through the intercession of Father Pro.
Beginning Tuesday, September 10 at 7:30 PM, a Bible study group led by Fr. Alberto Petroff will meet in the Maynooth Room located in the upper floor of the property on Barry Street. Come join us to grow in love and understanding of Sacred Scripture.
Every Thursday in the Adam and Eve Room, young adults ages 21 to 39 meet to grow in faith, hope and charity through prayer, community building and works of mercy. Join us.
Are you interested in becoming Catholic or perhaps just learning more about our Catholic faith? The RCIA sessions are open to anyone whether Catholic or non-Catholic. Come and check it out! For more information come to the Inquiry Meeting on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM in St. Patrick’s School. Please register here
Don’t cancel life insurance you no longer need! Consider instructing your life insurance agent to include St. Patrick Catholic Church as a primary or secondary beneficiary on your policy. By naming our parish as beneficiary, you’ll provide lasting financial support and possibly qualify for tax benefits as well. It costs nothing to change the beneficiary on your policy and will mean everything to our future parish community. For more information contact the rectory or call the Office of Planned Giving at (305) 762-1110.
Have you gone through divorce? Are you hurting? Divorce care meets every Wednesday. Call the parish office for information.
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!
Prayer to St. Michael, the Archangel The Holy Father Francis has requested that we continue to pray the prayer to St. Michael, the Archangel.
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 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
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.