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8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

This Week

First Sunday of Lent : February 18, 2018

Coming soon! We're happy to announce that we are in the final steps of a transition of our parish database to the ParishSOFT ConnectNow FamilySuite.

Need to verify or update your home address, phone number and email? Did you forget your envelope number? Have a new child you need to add to your family? Are you unsure if you're even registered to begin with??

You're always welcome to call or visit us in the parish office, but soon you'll be able to login to the ParishSOFT "My Own Church" Portal to view your parish registration and make any updates and revisions on your own as well.

Membership has its benefits and we want to be sure our database is as accurate as possible! Stay tuned for more details as we roll out access to the new portal soon.

The weekly Lenten celebration of the Via Crucis, the Way of the Cross, will take place each Friday during Lent at 6:00pm in Spanish, and at 7:30pm in English.

All are welcome.

The custom of the last six years at Little Flower has been to have a special potluck dinner, called “Catholic Casseroles,” each Wednesday evening during Lent. The dinner is followed by a 30 to 40 minute seasonal reflection, meant to assist the community in their Lenten journey.

This year, we will continue this custom, with two new features:

  • we will have a rotational schedule of speakers;
  • we will have a simultaneous program
    in English and Spanish (English on the ground floor;
    Spanish on the top floor of Comber Hall).

The community dinner starts at 6:30pm. The reflection starts at 7:30pm and concludes by 8:15pm. All are welcome.

The following is the schedule of speakers:

Date First Floor English Second Floor Spanish
Feb. 21 Father Flores Deacon Fleitas
Feb. 28 Father Davis Father Flores
Mar. 7 Father Stravinskas Deacon Parlade
Mar. 14 Deacon Fleitas Father Garreaud
Mar. 21 Father Garreaud Father Genu

Join the Regnum Christi ministry group for a Lenten Evening of Reflection

On Thursday, February 22nd at 7:00pm in Comber Hall .

The evening of Reflection will include Eucharistic Adoration, Mass, confession, a rosary, time for private prayer and meditation and a potluck meal! All are welcome!

Saturday, February 24, 2018 from 9:00am to 3:30pm.

Address: St. Thomas University, Convocation Hall
16401 NW 37th Avenue, Miami Gardens

Learn more about innovative and natural options for women’s healthcare. Leading physicians, experts, and real women will share insights about safe reproductive healthcare that is medically unmatched and ethically sound.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Christopher Stroud, MD
Creighton Model/NaProTECHNOLOGY: Faithful, Effective Options to Manage Fertility

Haley Stewart
From The Pill to NFP: How Quitting Contraception (and Embracing Church Teaching) Taught Me to Stop Thinking My Body Was Broken

Breakout Sessions

Gloria Fonts Suarez
Walking in Faith through Infertility.

Mari Pablo
Freedom in Authentic Femininity (geared toward youth/young adults)

Haley Stewart
Spiritual Health for Moms: Living the Liturgical Year in Your Domestic Church

Dr. Christopher Stroud, MD
Pro-life and Pro-contraception: Is there a dilemma? (geared toward medical professionals)

Vendor and resource tables are available. Lunch, coffee, and snacks are included. Simultaneous Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Take advantage of our Early Bird Special now through January 15, 2018. Register online today at

Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Miami, with support from the Catholic Medical Association and the Couple to Couple League.

Click here to download flyer >>

A wonderful on-line platform of Catholic information and resources called “Formed” is now available FREE OF CHARGE to all parishioners at Little Flower. Access to a comprehensive and wide array of theological and spiritual resources, the Catechism, the Bible, Scripture studies, theology courses, Papal Encyclicals, doctrine and dogma, religion and catechetical class plans, children’s materials, Q & A, and even Catholic movies and cartoons. It will give every Catholic tremendous access to all the information that could ever need about Roman Catholicism

To obtain access to this amazing platform, visit, click “Enter Code” and register with your email address and our COTLF Code: KZQKWZ.

Enjoy being formed and enriched in the treasures of your Catholic faith.

ONLY TWO (2!) pilgrim spaces remain for the January 2019 World Youth Day Pilgrimage in Panama.

Pilgrims MUST be at least 16 years old by the date of departure. Please contact Jorge Santibáñez at the parish office for more information about WYD and details on how to reserve a spot and sign up with our group.

After all Masses today, we’ll be selling the NEW COTLF Car Magnets and the COTLF Tiny Saints for $5 each. 100% of the proceeds of these sales support the WYD trip. Donations are also welcome!