Parish Office Hours:
Monday to Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

This Week

Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time : October 21, 2018

All are welcome to gather in church for a Holy Hour of Eucharistic adoration and Solemn Benediction on Friday, October 26th at 7:00pm.

In addition to our continuing prayers for the wellbeing of the Church, we will pray for the bishops of the United States, who we be gathering soon thereafter for their semi-annual meeting in Washington.

We will pray that the Holy Spirit give them a fresh outpouring of the gifts of wisdom and discernment. Join us as we adore a Blessed Lord.

Your Marriage requires the best you have to give! Let your spouse know you really are “ALL IN” and spend the day working on your marriage together!

Come spend the day reflecting on the areas that make your marriage great! Practical talks to help couples communicate more effectively on marriage’s most challenging topics.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

The day also includes:

  • *Reconciliation
  • *Adoration
  • *Renewal of vows
  • *Vigil Mass
  • *Babysitting available at no cost

Registration Fee: $50 per couple Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch.

  • Check-in is at 8:30am.
  • We will conclude at 6:00pm.
Click here to download the Registration Form. Registration closes on October 24, 2018.

Saturday, October 27 from 8:00am – 12:00pm.

On Sevilla Avenue at the St. Theresa Cafeteria Parking Lot

  • $10 per Car
  • $15 per SUV/Truck

Help St. Theresa BOY SCOUT Pack-Troop 16

Acquire a Camping Trailer & Derby Race Track

Donations graciously accepted, too.

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A portion of proceeds benefit St. Theresa School

The Knights of Columbus and the Respect Life Ministry would like you to JOIN US for Sunday Brunch.

Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 10:00 am – 1:00 pm at Comber Hall

  • $25 per Adult
  • $10 per Child, ages 10-15
  • Children under 10 eat free!!
* All proceeds to benefit the South Dade Pregnancy Center. Tickets can purchased and donations can be made online at www.kofc3274.org. Checks should be made payable to the Knights of Columbus. For more information contact Jose Juara at (305) 815-1557 or

Open to all 6th, 7th, & 8th Graders

The Junior High Youth Group is back for another year, with its kickoff gathering set for next Sunday, October 28th at 6:30pm in the STS Cafeteria!

All parish 6th, 7th and 8th graders are invited to join us to carve some pumpkins while we carve out some space in our hearts for the light of Christ!

For more information, please contact us at

El grupo de Oracion Carismático en Español invita a la comunidad a sus reuniones semanales de Alabanza en la oficina parroquial, todos los viernes de 7:30pm a 9:30pm.

Si desea mas información sobre el grupo, favor de llamar a Daisy Muik al (305) 498-0026.

Every Monday after school drop off (7:45am) join the conversation inside the parish office center. Topics of interest for parents, discussions and guest speakers. Grab a cup to go or stay awhile.

All are welcome! Because on Monday mornings, all you need is a little bit of coffee and a whole lot of Jesus!

The Men's Emmaus Community invites all men to join us at our upcoming retreat scheduled for the weekend of November 9-11, 2018, at the Miami Retreat House, 3333 South Miami Ave, (Next to Lasalle High School at the same entrance as the Shrine of Our Lady of Charity/Ermita de la Caridad)

The weekend is meant for you to disconnect from all the distractions and preoccupations of daily life to fully concentrate on God and personal introspection. We shut off our phones, laptops, and tablets and leave behind all the stress and noise of the “outside world” and focus on sharing in community with like-minded men, from all walks of life, as we strive to grow in faith and get closer to the Lord.

Click here to download the Emmaus Retreat Application

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us: Miguel Perez, (786) 873-6007 or e-mail: or Jorge Costales (305) 951-3299 or e-mail:

Join Father Flores on January 29th for a day trip to Saint Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach, Florida, where more than 100 men are currently studying for the Catholic priesthood. Take a tour of the campus, see their beautiful chapel, visit their state of the art theological library, and enjoy the celebration of Mass. Lunch at a nearby restaurant, as well as a stop at Saint Katherine Drexel Parish in Weston is planned, including an audience with Miami’s newest Auxiliary Bishop, the Most Reverend Enrique Delgado.

We will depart Little Flower at 8:30am and return by 5:00pm.

Call to get your name on the list by reaching out to Jorge Perez, Director of Advancement, (305) 446-9950, Ext. 318.

Eighteen months from now, March 6 to the 15, 2020, Father Davis will be leading yet another trip to the land made holy by the footsteps of Jesus, the Holy Land of Israel. Good things, like the trip of a lifetime, are worth planning for! In 2020, Easter will be in late April, and so the 10-day pilgrimage will take place the Friday after Ash Wednesday.

Organized by the nationally renowned Catholic Travel Centre in Burbank, California, the trip will make stops at many places of biblical fame, and will be the best investment you could ever make in your Catholic life of faith. Nazareth, Bethlehem, Cana, Galilee, the Mount of Beatitudes, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Via Dolorosa, and the Jordan River are among the highlights. Brochures will be available after May 15, 2019.

To get your name on the mailing list, call Irma Aguilar, (305) 446-9950, ext.314.

Though next week’s popular celebration of Halloween will receive most of our attention, did you know it’s largely thanks to the Catholic liturgical calendar that such a celebration even exists? It’s true!

Pope Gregory III moved the Solemnity of All Saints, then known as All Hallow’s, from it’s original date on May 13th to November 1st, to coincide with the dedication of the All Saints Chapel in St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. In the 840s, Pope Gregory IV then made All Saints Day a universal feast and a Holy Day of Obligation

Because a feast’s vigil is celebrated the evening of the day before, October 31st came to be known as All Hallow’s Eve, or Hallowe’en!