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Rev. Michael W. Davis Rev. Daniel P. Martin Rev. Abel E. Barajas
ASSIGNED CLERGY:
PASTOR Rev. Michael W. Davis
PAROCHIAL VICARS
Rev. Daniel P. Martin
Rev. Abel E. Barajas
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Deacon Roberto Fleitas
Deacon Miguel Parladé
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elcome to Holy Week, the most solemn liturgical time of remembrance for Catholics. These Holy Days invite each of
us to enter more deeply into the mystery of the life, death, and Resurrection of Christ.
As we will experience this week, the elements of the Christ event are captured in sacred rites spread out over the Holy
Days beginning this weekend. We will prayerfully consider his dramatic and triumphant entrance into Jerusalem, being
acclaimed by crowds who were waving tree branches (probably olive or palm branches), indicative of the kingly and messianic
nature of his life and ministry. Many had been touched by him, healed by him, and moved by his words. He awakened spiritual
hungers and thirsts in the depths of many hearts. His piercing words (God speaking directly to men and women in the words of
men and women), cut deeply, and inspired the throngs. It gave rise to a movement, a community, a family of faith, the
followers of the CRISTOS, the Church.
Knowing of his impending death, Jesus spiritualized and gave new meaning to the religious customs of his people,
transforming the Passover meal into our Lord’s Last Supper, the model of the Christian Eucharist. The ritual meal, filled with
tradition and divine expectation, became so impregnated with the events of our Lord’s saving Passion, that the event of Calvary
and the event of the Lord’s Supper became fused as one, and emerged as the identifying feature of Christian worship, made so
by the Lord Himself, providing impetus for all ministry and service done in his name. It is hard to imagine a follower of Jesus
that would not have a solemn reverence for the tradition begun that holy night in the Upper Room.
On Passion Sunday, after the entrance ritual which commemorates Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem, the assembly will hear
the Gospel narrative which describes Jesus at the Last Supper, in the Garden of Gethsemane, arrested and hauled before
Pontius Pilate, condemned to death, walking the Via Dolorosa unto Calvary, his crucifixion and execution in the presence of
Mary and John, and the account of his burial. It is, indeed, possible to “jump” then from Palm Sunday directly to Easter Sunday,
and on that occasion listen to the account of the Resurrection of the Lord.
However, for those wishing to delve more deeply into the mystery of “what happened” at the Last Supper, and “what
happened” on that Good Friday, and “what happened” at dawn on Easter Sunday morning, the Church has a solemn three-day
liturgy called the TRIDUUM, which encapsulates all these mysteries in “one big Mass” spread out over three days (ThursdayFriday and Saturday Night). It is the greatest prayerful and commemorative event for a follower of Jesus, and the highlight of
the liturgical life of a Roman Catholic. I strongly encourage you to experience the richness of the Holy Triduum.
Oh, happy fault, oh necessary sin of Adam, that gained for us such a Redeemer! It is the ultimate story of darkness become
light, of selfishness turned into love, and of death become life. May your solemn participation in the Paschal Mystery of
our Lord, bring you grace, life, and light.
B
ienvenidos a la Semana Santa, el tiempo de homenaje litúrgico más solemne para los católicos. Estos Días Santos nos
invitan a profundizar en el misterio de la vida, muerte y resurrección de Cristo.
Como experimentaremos esta semana, los elementos del evento de Cristo se capturan en ritos sagrados esparcidos durante
los días Santos que comienzan este fin de semana. A través de la oración, consideremos su entrada dramática y triunfante a
Jerusalén, siendo aclamado por los tumultos que estaban agitando ramas de árboles (probablemente de olivo o ramas de
palma) indicativas de la naturaleza real y mesiánica de su vida y ministerio. Muchos habían sido tocados por El, sanados por El,
y conmovidos por sus palabras. El despertó hambres espirituales y en muchos corazones una sed profunda. Sus palabras
penetrantes (Dios hablando directamente a los hombres y mujeres en las palabras del hombre), tocaron profundamente e
inspiraron a multitudes. Esto dió pie al ascenso de un movimiento de comunidad, de familia de fe, de seguidores de CRISTOS y
la Iglesia.
Consciente de su inminente muerte, Jesús espiritualizó y dió nuevo significado a las costumbres religiosas de su gente,
transformando la Pascua judía a la última cena del Señor, el modelo de la Eucaristía Cristiana. El ritual de la cena, lleno de
tradición y expectativa divina, se impregnó de tal forma con la salvación de la pasión de nuestro Señor, que el evento del
calvario y la última cena se fusionaron y surgió la característica que identifica la adoración Cristiana, hecha por el Señor mismo,
proporcionando el ímpetus para todos los ministerios y servicios hechos en su nombre. Es difícil imaginar a un seguidor de
Jesús que no tuviese una reverencia solemne para la tradición que comenzó esa Santa noche en el Cenáculo.
El Domingo de la Pasión, después del ritual de entrada que conmemora la llegada a Jerusalén, la asamblea escuchará el
narrativo que describe a Jesús en la última cena, en el jardín de Getsemaní, arrestado y llevado ante Poncio Pilato, condenado a
muerte, caminando la Vía Dolorosa al Calvario, su crucifixión y ejecución en la presencia de Maria y Juan, y el recuento de su
entierro. Sin duda, es posible “saltar” de Domingo de ramos directamente a Domingo de Pascua de la Resurrección, y en esa
ocasión escuchar el recuento de la Resurrección del Señor.
Sin embargo, para aquellos que desean ahondar dentro del misterio de lo “que sucedió” en la última cena, y “qué sucedió”
ese viernes Santo, y “qué sucedió” al amanecer del Domingo de Pascua, la Iglesia tiene una liturgia solemne de tres días llamada
el Triduo, que sintetiza todos estos misterios en “una misa grande” que se extiende por tres días (Jueves, Viernes, y la noche del
Sábado). Es el mayor evento conmemorativo de oración para un seguidor de Jesús, y el punto culminante de la vida litúrgica de
un católico romano. Le recomiendo que experimente la riqueza del Santo Triduo.
¡Oh, feliz culpa, oh necesario pecado de Adán, que ganó por nosotros tal Redentor! Es la historia definitiva de las tinieblas
que se convierten en luz, del egoísmo convertido en amor, y de la muerte a vida. Que su participación solemne en el
misterio pascual de nuestro Señor, les traiga gracia, vida y luz.
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ALM SUNDAY
MARCH 29, 2015
Christ Jesus humbled himself, becoming obedient to
the point of death, even death on a cross.
D
OMINGO DE RAMOS
29 DE MARZO DE 2015
Cristo se humilló a sí mismo, y por obediencia aceptó
incluso la muerte, y una muerte de cruz.
— Filipenses 2:8
— Philippians 2:8
L
I
s today “Palm Sunday” or “Passion Sunday”? Though now
known officially as Palm Sunday of the Passion of the
Lord, confusion is understandable, since before the 1969
reform of the calendar two separate Sundays bore these
titles. Passion Sunday was a week before Palm Sunday. To
add to the confusion, the Gospel accounts of the Passion of
the Lord were not read on Passion Sunday, but on Palm
Sunday! On Passion Sunday, the cross and statues were
veiled in full purple drapes. The organ had fallen silent at
the beginning of Lent, and now the sanctuary bells were
replaced by wooden clappers. The introit (opening chant)
for the old Mass of Passion Sunday hints at a reason for
reform: “Do me justice, O God, and fight my fight against a
faithless people” (Psalm 42). This liturgy was laden with
references to the “infidelity” of the Jews, a theme that gave
rise to inflammatory preaching and, in some places, attacks
against the persons and property of the Jewish people. This
does not stand as a “treasure” of any sort in our tradition.
Our authentic tradition, rather, is the ability to reflect and
repent and to seek reconciliation with the Jews, our brothers
and sisters in the love and service of God.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SIGNS OF OUR STEWARDSHIP
March 15, 2015
Attendance ………………………………………..….. 2,545
In-Church Adult Collection …..….….…………..… $16,112
Online Giving ..….……….…………………..….….. $3,933
Children’s Collection ..….….…...……….………......... $605
Devotional Lights ………….……….……….….…….. $525
Total …....…..….…..……….....….….….…...……. $20,650
a solemnidad de las lecturas de hoy nos invita a una
contemplación silenciosa del misterio de nuestra
redención. Hay tantas maneras de comprender los sucesos
de la Pasión. La mujer que unge a Jesús se comporta
proféticamente y de un modo que los otros discípulos aún
no comprenden. La unción es para los sacerdotes, los
profetas y los reyes, y también para la preparación de los
muertos. Es para la sanación y la santidad. Su acción
reconoce los sucesos de la pasión y la muerte del Señor
que se avecinan, y señala hacia la resurrección y el triunfo
sobre el mal y la muerte. Jesús es sacerdote y víctima,
profeta y Dios, Rey y Señor. Todas estas cosas se hacen
explícitas en su unción profética.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Evangelio para la procesión de las palmas:
¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor! (Marcos 11:1
-10 o Juan 12:12-16)
Primera lectura: No oculté el rostro a insultos y
salivazos, porque sabía que no quedaría avergonzado
(Isaías 50:4-7).
Salmo: Dios mío, Dios mío, ¿por qué me has
abandonado? (Salmo 22 (21)).
Segunda lectura: Jesús se despojó totalmente y Dios lo
llenó de exaltación (Filipenses 2:6-11).
Evangelio: La versión de la Pasión y Muerte de Jesús
que nos da Marcos (Marcos 14:1 - 15:47 [15:1-39])
Lunes:
Martes:
Is 42:1-7; Sal 27 (26):1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Is 49:1-6; Sal 71 (70):1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33,
36-38
Miércoles: Is 50:4-9a; Sal 69 (68):8-10, 21-22, 31, 3334; Mt 26:14-25
Jueves:
Cena del Señor: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14;
Sal 116 (117):12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18;
1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Viernes: Is 52:13 — 53:12; Sal 31 (30):2, 6, 12-13, 15-17,
25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 — 19:42
Monday, March 30
7:00 pm - Evening of Confessions
Wednesday, April 1
7:30 pm - Service of Darkness
Holy Thursday, April 2
8:00 pm - Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Good Friday, April 3
10-11:30 am - Confessions
12:15 pm - Stations of the Cross
3 & 6 pm - Liturgy of the Passion
8:oo pm - Liturgia de la Pasion
9:30 pm - Vía Crucis/Procesión
Holy Saturday, April 4
9-10 am - Confessions
8:00 pm - Easter Vigil Mass
Easter Sunday, April 5
7:30 am - Mass
9:00 am - Mass & Easter Egg Hunt
10:30 am - Mass & Easter Egg Hunt
12:30 pm - Mass
5:30 pm - Mass
7:00 pm - Mass
A TRIP TO IRELAND! WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO?
We are happy to announce a special pilgrimage trip to the country of Ireland,
September 4th thru September 12th. The trip is entitled, the “Saint Patrick
and Northern Ireland” and will include visits to historical monasteries,
national seminaries and cathedrals, the shrine of Our Lady of Knock, a tour
of several major cities, including Dublin, and a journey through the pristine
landscape of the Emerald Isle. Excellent local Irish cuisine, drink, and music
will round out the experience. For more information, or to get your name on the list,
contact Mark Landia at the Communications Office. An information evening, which
includes a Power Point presentation given by representatives of the travel company, will
take place on Thursday, April 23 at 7:30pm in Comber Hall. All are welcome to attend.
Brochures will likewise soon be available.
EASTER EGG HUNT
Continuing the tradition of the past few years, we will again have an Easter Egg Hunt for children
following the 9:00am and 10:30am Masses on Easter Sunday. Members of the Gaudium Youth
Ministry will assist all children and their families who wish to participate, in coming over to the
rectory house yard for the event. May the children rejoice in the abundance and fruitfulness of
Christ, our Light.
On Tuesday, April 28th at 7:00pm. Archbishop Wenski will be coming to Little Flower for the
bestowal of the Sacrament of Confirmation on a number of our parishioners, including our
students from the Program of Religious Education and the adults from our RCIA program. All are
welcome to join us, as we rejoice in the gifts of the Holy Spirit!
As you may know, Pope Francis is coming to Philadelphia and
Washington in late September, as part of the International Year on
the Family. He will be making appearances, speaking, and celebrating
Masses in both cities. The Archdiocese of Miami is organizing
pilgrimage opportunities with “limited space” so that a representative
delegation from South Florida will be present. If you would like to
participate, you can find more information on the website of the Archdiocese of Miami:
www.miamiarch.org.
On Saturday, May 9th, there will be SIX new priests ordained for the
Archdiocese of Miami. As a parish spiritual “field-trip,” especially for
those who have never seen an ordination ceremony before, it will be an
inspiring experience. If you would like to go as a group, we have
arranged for a bus to take 50 parishioners roundtrip from Little Flower
to St. Mary’s Cathedral for the ordination. The bus will leave at 8:30am
and will return by 1:00pm. First come first serve. Bus tickets are $10.
Contact Jorge Perez at the Advancement Office for more information.
On Monday, May 4th, we
will inaugurate the Marian month
of May with an international
outdoor
candlelight
rosary
ceremony at 7:30pm.
Decades of the rosary, which
will be publically prayed in multiple
languages, will join us together in prayerful
acknowledgement of Mary, the Blessed
Mother of Jesus. The 30 minute ceremony
will be followed by a light reception on the
rectory patio. All are welcome.
Our next
Holy Hour and
Solemn Benediction
will take place on
Tuesday, April 21st
at 7:00pm.
A reception will follow
in Comber Hall.
All are welcome!
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parishioners who wish to be present. The grotto will incorporate a lovely patio, which
will contain memorialized bricks. Each brick is available for a sponsoring price of
$125 per brick. We are now accepting the final batch of brick orders to be included on
the patio. Order forms are available at the Information Booth after Mass, or at the
Advancement Office here at the parish center. Buy your brick today.
RETIRO DE CONVENIO MATRIMONIAL
¿Están buscando un fin de
semana especial para compartir
como pareja, para relajarse y para
acercase a Nuestro Señor? ¿Un fin
de semana para compartir ideas
sobre cómo tener un matrimonio
más feliz y una familia más armoniosa?
El Grupo de Convenio Matrimonial de
COTLF te invita a ti a tu pareja a redescubrir
tu matrimonio de la mano de Dios y otras
parejas de nuestra parroquia. Asiste al
Retiro de Convenio Matrimonial de Little Flower
que se llevará a cabo el fin de semana del
1 al 3 de Mayo. Las parejas regresaran a sus casas
en la noche.
Todas las actividades del fin de semana tienen
un costo de $100 por pareja y es considerado
como una donación no reembolsable para la
Iglesia. Este valor incluye todas las comidas y
actividades del fin de semana.
Para mayor información contactarse con
Marifer Ordóñez al (305) 608-3072 o por email a
[email protected]
MEN’S EMMAUS RETREAT
Are you seeking to improve
your personal relationship
with Christ?
The Men’s Emmaus Community of
the Church of the Little Flower would
like to invite you to enjoy a weekend
full of hope, renewal, reflection and
joy. The next Men’s Emmaus Retreat in
English will be held at the ImmaculataLaSalle Retreat Center the weekend of
May 1-3.
For more information regarding
the retreat please contact Joe Rebak
at (786) 223-0534 or by email
at [email protected] or
Hely Santeliz at (954) 614-5993 or by
email at [email protected]
Our next Parish Council Meeting will be on May 6th at 7:30pm in Comber Hall .
Our next Parish Finance Council Meeting will be on Thursday, April 23rd, at 8:45am
in the Executive Conference Room on 2nd floor of the Office Center.
El movimiento de Cursillos de Little
Flower les anuncia a todos nuestros
hermanos y hermanas en Cristo que
deseen participar de un maravilloso
encuentro con el Señor Jesus las fechas de los
próximos Cursillos:
#270 para Hombres: Abril 23-26
Para mas información,
Ramon Laviña - 305-494-7040
Jose Antonio Garcia - 305-582-5041
El programa, Matrimonio 2000, es una preparación
para matrimonios que llevan años de casados por lo civil y
no han recibido el Sacramento de Matrimonio
(Convalidación). El programa es de un día de duración y
se realizara en la Iglesia de St. Timothy de 8:15am a
5:30pm. Participan parejas de las distintas parroquias de la
Arquidiócesis de Miami.
El próximo día de preparación será
Haga su reservación llamando a
Papucho Peláez al (305) 821-0002.
On Sunday, April 12, Divine Mercy Sunday, the
Youth Ministry Office will be selling beautiful,
custom-made COTLF Coffee Mugs for $6 each to
help support the 2016 World Youth Day Pilgrimage
to Poland - which will include a special visit to the
Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy in Krakow! Every
penny raised through these sales will help send a
group of 8 COTLF teenagers and 4 Young Adult
Animators to Poland to participate in the World
Youth Day festivities with Pope Francis and the
youth of the world! These great little mugs are a
simple way to not only support our youth, but also
to share your pride in the parish we all love so
much! Thank you in advance for your support of this
wonderful cause.
MASS/LITURGY SCHEDULE
Sunday, March 29 - Palm Sunday
7:30 am Living and Deceased Members of the
Lagoa-Infante Family
9:00 am Living and Deceased Members of the
Arias Family
10:30 am Missa Pro Populo - Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (†) Eduardo Rodriguez-Arias
5:30 pm (†) Maximo Diaz
7:00 pm (†) Raul Fernandez Shelton
6:15 am
8:00 am
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Monday, March 30
(†) Robert M. Munley
(†) Dora Ariza
Friday, April 3 - Good Friday
10 - 11:30 am
Confessions
12:15 pm Stations of the Cross (Eng)
3:00 pm Liturgy of the Passion (Eng)
6:00 pm Liturgy of the Passion (Eng)
8:00 pm Liturgia de la Pasión (Spa)
9:30 pm Procesión y Vía Crucis (Spa)
Saturday, April 4 - Holy Saturday
9 - 10 am
Misa Comunitaria
Confessions
8:00 pm Easter Vigil Mass
Confessions
Tuesday, March 31
6:15 am (†) Armando Salcedo
8:00 am (†) Wilfrido Silva
5:30 pm Misa Comunitaria
6:15 am
8:00 am
5:30 pm
7:30 pm
Thursday, April 2 - Holy Thursday
8:00 pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Wednesday, April 1
Carlos Javier Sequeira
Ramon E. Tello
Sunday, April 5 - Easter Sunday
(†) Ernesto Valdez
(†) Peter & Cesarina Losada and Jose Moran
Missa Pro Populo - Members of the Parish Family
(†) Blanca Sara y Sinencias Sierra
(†) Maria del Rosario & Leandro Nuñez
(†) Miguel Angel Menendez
Misa Comunitaria
Service of Darkness
LET US PRAY FOR THOSE IN NEED - OREMOS POR LOS NECESITADOS
Carlos Javier Sequeira - Greg Davis - Teresa de Jesus Diaz Brito - Matthew Young - Carolina Nodarse Diaz - Yolanda Santos de Folgar - Martha Garcia Vasco Gonzalez Arbulo - Jorge L. Ortega - Gladys Ramirez - Jeremy Aguilera - Luis Gutierrez - Carolina Llerena - Pedro Perez - Jose F. Ramirez Zoey Gomez - Hector E. Ponce - Luis Santana - Blanca Carrillo - Ace Moller - Caridad Garcia - Robert F. Borges - Linda Genova - Lucas Giovane Mari Castro - Maria Luisa Lizcano - Christian Godsey - Ingrid Huerta - Roberto Naranjo - Natasha Navarro - George Dubreuil - Susy Contreras Andres Arias - Samantha Shaheen - Deacon Raul Flores - Ashley Hierrezuelo - Sofia Isabella Anderson - Cynthia Absher - Lydia Sola - Lydia Usategui
- Daniel Joseph Nisonger
PARISH WEEKLY CALENDAR
12:00 pm
Sunday, March 29
Legion de Maria: Angelus y Rosario - LH
Office Closed
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
Monday, March 30
Confessions - C
Gaudium Youth Ministry - CH
Bible Study - RPC
Talleres de Oracion y Vida - CH
10 - 11:30 am
Confessions
12:15 pm Stations of the Cross (Eng)
3:00 pm Liturgy of the Passion (Eng)
6:00 pm Liturgy of the Passion (Eng)
8:00 pm Liturgia de la Pasion (Spa)
9:30 pm Procesion y Via Crucis (Spa)
7:00 pm
7:oo pm
8:00 pm
Tuesday, March 31
RCIA Classes - RPC
Legion of Mary - LH
Charismatic Prayer Group - RPC
4 & 7 pm
7:30 pm
Wednesday, April 1
Rel.Ed. Classes - STS
Legion de Maria - LH
Friday, April 3
Saturday, April 4
No Rel.Ed. Classes Today
9 - 10 am
Confessions - C
Sunday, April 5
10 & 11:30 am Easter Egg Hunt - REC
12:00 pm Legion de Maria: Angelus y Rosario - LH
Thursday, April 2
Legend: C- Church; CAF- STS Cafeteria; KoC- Knights of Columbus Hall; LH- Legion of Mary House; REC- Rectory; RPC- Reilly Parish Center; CH- Comber Hall; STS- St. Theresa School
Sophia Deben, M.D.
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South Miami, FL 33143
office
| 305-917-0777
cell
| 910-382-5925
[email protected]
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You and Your Business:
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• We Accept All
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305-804-4406
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Sales Associate
305-282-9995
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VENTA • COMPRA
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305-542-4465
Parishioner
International Realty, LLC
[email protected]
10900 NW 25 St. Suite 106, Doral, FL 33172
shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
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with ADVERTISED toothpaste
washes with ADVERTISED soap
puts on ADVERTISED clothes
drinks a cup
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drives to work
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he ADVERTISES it for sale.
WHY IS IT?
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Gracias a estos patrocinadores este boletín puede hacerse.
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WE DELIVER ANYWHERE
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CAROL L. RUST, ESQ.
(305) 592-0521
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
11411 N.W. 25th Street
PROBATE, GUARDIANSHIP,
AND CREDITOR'S RIGHTS
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4000 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Suite 470, Coral Gables, FL 33146
PH: 305.781.6391 * E-MAIL: [email protected]
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Biltmore
Summer Camp
Free Summer Camp
for all PreK4 Students
with a VPK certificate.*
www.vpkhelp.org
*Students must turn 4 years
old on or before Sept. 1, 2014.
Summer Camp fee not included.
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Plants
Sod
Mix Soil
Sprinklers:
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Installation
& Repairs
• Palms
• Designs
• Fertilizer
Licensed
&
Insured
Georgette Rodríguez-Vázquez, MD
Diplomate American Board of Dermatology
[email protected]
T:
305.667.5480
Miami, FL 33143
www.southmiamidermatology.com
Steward of St. Louis Parish
MARIO A. SABATÉS, M.D.
Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology
Diseases and Surgery of the Eye
1385 Coral Way, 3rd Floor, Miami
Tel: 854-3307
2900 W. 12th Ave., Ste. 5, Hialeah
Tel: 888-0005 Saturdays Only
6351 Sw 72nd Street, Suite 200
F: 305.667.5482
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*First Three Months
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Parishioner
ANY PIZZA ON THE MENU & A GLASS
OF DRAFT BEER OR HOUSE WINE FOR $10.95
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THE PRICE DEPENDS ON THE TIME YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER
EXAMPLE: ORDER AT 5PM YOU PAY $5.00,
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305.444.3388
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Ph:
1430 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 312
Coral Gables, FL 33146
(305) 661-8240
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Little Flower Parishioner Since ‘96
2645 SW 37th Ave., Suite 601
(305) 442-0633
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FEES
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Every Time
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Family Owned & Operated Se Habla Español
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Since
1966
305-592-3673
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CUIDADO DE PERSONAS MAYORES
En su Domicilio P. 786-970-2560
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LIMPIEZA DE CASAS
P. 305-647-8153
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Superior Service & Results
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Cell 305.812.6340
FINE & CUSTOM
JEWELRY
5901 SW 74, St. 211, South Miami, FL 33143
Maria Piedra, Realtor Certified Residential Specialist
Mario J. Martinez, D.D.S.
Pediatric Dentist
Specializing in Infants,
adolescents and teenagers
6601 S.W. 80th Street • Suite 212
South Miami, FL 33143 305-666-2068
MIAMI OB/GYN
PROFESSIONAL CARE
Jorge A. Fernández-Sánchez, MD, RDMS
OBSTETRICS and GYNECOLOGY
• FELONY
• MISDEMEANOR
• JUVENILE
Practicing
since 2003
Jewelry for Kids
5753 S.W. 40th Street
Miami, FL 33155
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
(305) 667-3772
Communions ~ Baptisms
Confirmations
Fax (305) 667-3577
MATTHEW E. LADD
ROOFING &
WATERPROOFING
FEDERAL AND STATE
CRIMINAL LITIGATOR
305-665-3978
4649 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 301
Coral Cables, FL 33146
Our Specialty is
(RED BIRD CENTER)
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Palmetto Medical Plaza
7100 W. 20 Ave., Suite 803
PH. (305) 819-1104
F. (305) 819-1107
2601 SW 37 Ave. Suite 801
Miami, FL 33133
PH. (305) 569-9770
F. (305) 569-9773
305.984.4649
[email protected]
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Little Flower Parishioner
GMI
GREATER MIAMI INVESTMENTS, INC.
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER • REAL ESTATE SERVICES
Iliana Abella
REALTOR®
514210 Little Flower Church (A)
www.jspaluch.com
60 ARAGON AVENUE
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
OFF: 305.444.9979
[email protected]
FAX: 305.441.6440
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