2021 Mass Intentions Book

Offering a Mass for a special intention is a long-standing tradition in the Catholic Church. It is usually considered that special graces are obtained for whom the Mass is said. Masses are offered for many reasons; for the souls in purgatory, in remembrance for someone who is deceased, for someone who is ill, or for …

Introducing Text-to-Give!

Introducing a new, convenient way to support your parish: Text-to-Give! To make a quick and easy donation via text message, simply send the code “[gift amount] offertory” to (305) 384-1365. So to make a $20 donation, send 20 offertory or for a $100 donation, send 100 offertory. As we roll out this new giving program, …


The Apostleship of Prayer is a worldwide prayer network responding to the challenges that confront humanity and the Church’s mission as expressed in the Pope’s monthly intentions. In praying with these intentions, we extend our gaze onto the whole world and enter personally into the joys and hopes, the pains and sufferings of our brothers …

Sunday of the Word of God

On September 30, 2019, on the liturgical memorial of St. Jerome, Pope Francis announced that the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time would be celebrated as the Sunday of the Word of God. This new celebration was instituted in his Apostolic Letter, Aperuit Illus, which you are encouraged to read. Pope Francis writes: At the conclusion …

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