MASK REQUIREMENTS FOR FULLY VACCINATED PERSONS
Fully vaccinated persons (adults) are not required to wear face covering (masks)
* when out-of-doors
a) If not in a crowded area AND
b) If socially distant for more than 6′ from all other non-vaccinated adults AND
c) If NO students are present regardless of social distance;
* when in-doors where all others are also FULLY VACCINATED;
* when in-doors where all others present are of only one household.
Fully vaccinated persons ARE REQUIRED to wear a mask indoors, within the ADOM school or parish buildings:
a) when children/students or any other persons that are not fully vaccinated are present in the same room or indoor space, and
b) when outdoors on duty as an employee and students are present.
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!
Prayer for Day of the elderly and grandparents
I thank You, Lord, for the comfort of Your presence:
even in times of loneliness, You are my hope and my confidence,
You have been my rock and my fortress since my youth!
I thank You for having given me a family
and for having blessed me with a long life.
I thank You for moments of joy and difficulty,
for the dreams that have already come true in my life and for
those that are still ahead of me.
I thank You for this time of renewed fruitfulness to which You
Increase, O Lord, my faith,
make me a channel of your peace,
teach me to embrace those who suffer more than me,
to never stop dreaming
and to tell of your wonders to new generations.
Protect and guide Pope Francis and the Church,
that the light of the Gospel might reach the ends of the earth.
Send Your Spirit, O Lord, to renew the world,
that the storm of the pandemic might be calmed,
the poor consoled and wars ended.
Sustain me in weakness
and help me to live life to the full
in each moment that You give me,
in the certainty that you are with me every day,
even until the end of the age.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is collecting school supplies such as backpacks, three-ring binders, glue, crayons, paper, to distribute to needy children in our community. Please bring your donations to the parish office before August 9.
The book club has resumed its meetings. Our next meeting will be on Thursday, August 5 at 7:30 PM. We are currently reading “Prison Journal, Volume 2: The State Court Rejects the Appeal”, by George Pell.
Join us every Saturday at 7 AM for the rosary followed by morning prayer (Lauds) except on first Saturdays when we meet at 6 AM on the beach, by Miami Beach Fire Station 3 to pray the rosary at dawn on the beach.
Since the conclusion of the Spring Plenary Assembly of the U.S. bishops last week, there has been much attention on the vote taken to draft a document on the Eucharist.
We are praying for those affected, asking the Lord to have mercy on those who died, console the suffering, strengthen and protect those who are working laboriously to save lives.
We encourage you to join in praying the Rosary and the Divine Mercy chaplet at home.
Join us on Sunday at 6 PM for the rosary in the Church.
Yes. Children 12 and older can get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine now.
Monthly in person meetings are coming back.
Se han reanudado las reuniones presenciales del grupo de hombres de Emaús en el horario habitual de los martes a las 7:30 PM.
NA meetings in person on campus have resumed on Saturdays at 7 PM in Barry Hall
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!
Adoration in the chapel has resumed during regular hours.
The club is in recess through the summer. Meetings will resume at the beginning of the school year.
Archbishop Wenski has given permission for ministerial gathering on the premises. We will begin to reopen our meeting rooms on May 1, Memorial of St. Joseph the Worker. Social distancing, mask and strict protocols must be adhered to. Check with your ministry leader and the parish office for a schedule of on campus meetings and location.
Although human trafficking can be kept hidden behind closed doors, many human trafficking victims and situations can be right under your nose. By knowing the signs, everyone can discover and prevent human trafficking.
The question of the use of vaccines, in general, is often at the center of controversy in the forum of public opinion. In recent months, this Congregation has received several requests for guidance regarding the use of vaccines against the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19, which, in the course of research and production, employed cell lines drawn from tissue obtained from two abortions that occurred in the last century.
The Marian Ministry seeks to help strengthen our personal relationship with Jesus through promoting knowledge of, devotion, and imitation of his Blessed Mother. Meetings: First Monday of the month at church / 7 p.m.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.