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FROM THE PASTOR'S DESK
Michael W. Davis
During the recent pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Father Davis, KCHS hand delivered the gift of $10,850 from the people of Little Flower to the Latin Patriarch, Auxiliary Bishop Marcuzzo of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem.
This gift will greatly benefit our fellow Christians in the Holy Land! A special word of thanks again to all who helped organize our recent Friends of the Holy Land dinner, all who came out to volunteer to make the event a success, and most especially, to all who donated in support of the cause!
Save the Date
2nd Annual Little Flower Food & Wine Festival
Sat., June 8, 2019 at 7:30pm in Comber Hall.
Tickets on sale now.
(Just point your smartphone's camera at the QR code!)
All children under age 10 are invited to enjoy an Easter Egg hunt on the rectory house lawn after the 9:00am and 10:30am Mass on Easter Sunday morning, April 21st.
Members of the Youth Ministry team will assist you in crossing the street. Come one and come all to enjoy the springtime of Easter.
Members: please mark your calendars for the quarterly meeting of the Parish Finance Council, Thursday, May 9th at 8:45am in the 2nd floor conference room at the Parish Office.
If spots become available, the camper registration will open again on the VBS website.
All those who have expressed interest in accompanying Father Davis on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, January 31, 2020 to February 9, 2020, are invited to an information and registration meeting on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 7:30pm in the parish hall.
There are already 50 people on the list for this particular trip. Other announced trips will have their own information meetings. For those who are planning to go on January 31, 2020, it is recommended that you come to the meeting prepared to complete the registration forms and make the trip deposit.
Trips normally "sell-out" on registration night. First come, first serve. See you on April 25th!
For more information, contact Irma Aguilar, 305-446-9950, ext. 314.
Since 2002, the Catholic Church in the U.S.A. has followed a set of rules initiated by the bishops of the country and approved by the Vatican for dealing with sexual abuse of minors by priest or deacons: The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. In the Archdiocese of Miami, the policy includes vulnerable adults.
Every U.S. diocese/eparchy must meet a specific set of requirements. We will share a couple of them each week throughout April during Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Archdiocese of Miami is in compliance and has been each of the 17 years since the inception of the Charter.
- To establish a review board of at least five persons, mostly members of the laity, who counsel the bishop on allegations and review local policies dealing with sexual abuse of minors.
- To protect the rights of the accusers and of the accused.