CHURCH OF THE LITTLE FLOWER SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2013

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CHURCH OF THE LITTLE FLOWER SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2013
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2013
3RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
CHURCH OF THE LITTLE FLOWER
2711 INDIAN MOUND TRAIL
CORAL GABLES, FL 33134
PHONE: (305)446-9950
FAX: (305)446-7624
WWW.COTLF.ORG
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PASTOR:
PAROCHIAL VICAR:
IN RESIDENCE:
ASSIGNED PERMANENT
DEACONS:
Rev. Michael W. Davis
Rev. Harry Loubriel
Rev. Piotr M. Paciorek
Rev. Sean O’Sullivan
Rev. Matthew S. Ibok
Rev. Mr. Roberto Fleitas
Rev. Mr. Raul Flores
Rev. Mr. Miguel Parladé
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Friday
Saturday
Sunday
8:30am to 5:00pm
9:00am - 12:00pm
8:30am - 1:30pm
GIFT SHOP HOURS
Tuesday - Saturday
Sunday
9:00am to 12:00pm
8:30am to 12:00pm
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday - Friday
6:15am
8:00am
12:15pm
5:30pm
English
English
English
Spanish
Saturday
Vigil
8:00am
5:00pm
English
English
Sunday
7:30am
9:00am
10:30am
12:30pm
5:30pm
7:00pm
English
English
English
Spanish
English
Spanish
CONFESSIONS
Saturday
8:30am - 10:00am
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FROM THE DESK OF FATHER DAVIS:
Well, first of all I want to thank you for your support of
the Archbishop’s Charities Drive. Although (at the time
of deadline for the printing of this week’s bulletin) I
don’t have the latest figures for you, I sense that we are
well on our way to achieving this year’s ABCD goal.
Longtime donors to the ABCD have renewed their
commitments, and first time donors have joined this
important moment in the ministerial life of the
Archdiocese of Miami. I will give you an update next
week.
For those of you who have not yet sent in your pledge
envelopes, please do so as soon as possible. It can be
done, of course, via direct mail, i.e., sending it directly
to the Archdiocese of Miami, or by bringing your
pledge to the parish office. Either way, it is important
that everyone be involved, that everyone make a
sacrificial gesture of love during this one-time-per-year
annual appeal. Be sure that you mark on your
envelopes the name of the parish---Little Flower, Coral
Gables. Together, as one, in support of the Church, we
are strong. Let us all, therefore, take our place among
those that advance the cause of Christ and His
ministering Church.
The Scriptures readings at Mass, during these
inaugural weeks of Ordinary Time, are spectacularly
appropriate as we contemplate our charitable
involvement in the life of the Church. When we hear in
our Gospel this weekend about Jesus’ very purpose, his
mission and goal of ministry, to bring glad tidings to
the poor, healing and freedom to captives, and to
proclaim the favor of God on others, it is really a
summary of our own common call as “Church,” when
we act in His name. Perhaps we should measure our
ministries, our parish, even our own personal
discipleship on the Isaiah passage which Jesus read in
the synagogue way back then, as the guide post which
authenticates today our followership of the Lord whom
we love so much.
Our faith is not just a social experience; nor is it meant
to be just a cultural phenomenon. Our faith in Jesus
Christ is a relationship, daily chosen, whose
implications are meant to re-create the face of the
earth. Jesus’ dream of a world redeemed was precisely
that which propelled Him to fulfill His Heavenly
Father’s will. On our part, our prayer, liturgies,
devotion, reception of the Sacraments, stewardship on
behalf of the family of the Church, and our active
ministry on behalf of Christ’s Kingdom are the external
manifestations of the internal reality of our faith. Day
by day we are all called to personalize our convictions
about Jesus, and courageously stand up for Him with
fortitude as members of His Body, the Church.
May the liturgical season of Ordinary Time propel us in
our commitment in having such a convictional faith
that we advance the cause of Christ and the Church
that ministers in His name
REILLY PARISH CENTER
2711 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-9950
www.cotlf.org
ST. THERESA CATHOLIC SCHOOL
2701 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-1738
www.stscg.org
Administrated by
The Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart
Sr. Caridad, OCD., Principal
Ext. 206
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Saturday (English and Spanish) 8:30 to 10:00 am
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Private on Saturdays 11:00 am, 11:30 am., 12:00 pm or
Group on Sundays at 2:00 pm
Arrangements must be made with the Parish Office
two months in advance.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
Arrangements must be made with the Parish Office
at least six months in advance.
OFFICE STAFF
Mrs. Maria Elena Chialastri,
Office Manager
Administrative Assistant to the Pastor
Ext. 306
Dr. Dawn Fontana,
Director of Liturgical Music
Ext. 305
Sister Carla, OCD,
Director of Religious Education
(305) 446-5540
Mr. Juan Del Sol,
Wedding Coordinator
Ext. 311
Mr. Wayne Carter,
Director of Development
Ext. 310
Mrs. Maria Pernas,
Bookkeeper
Ext. 314
Mrs. Vivian Xiqués
Sacramental Records Coordinator
Virtus Training Coordinator
Ext. 302
Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
Youth Minister
Coordinator of Ministries
Ext. 307
Mrs. Cris Garcia-Casals,
(305) 446-5540
Administrative Assistant -- Office of Religious Education
Ms. Yamileth Rivera
Receptionist
Ext. 300
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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 27, 2013
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
because he has anointed me
to bring glad tidings to the poor.
— Luke 4:18a
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2013
MASS SCHEDULE
08:00 am Fr. Paciorek
05:00 pm Fr. Ibok
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2013
MASS SCHEDULE
07:30 am
Fr. Paciorek
09:00 am Fr. Paciorek
10:30 am
Fr. Davis
12:30 pm
Fr. Loubriel
05:30 pm
Fr. O’Sullivan
07:00 pm Fr. Loubriel
TIME
The holidays are well behind us; the year
stretches out ahead. And what sort of year will it
be? To judge by the words of Jesus in today’s
Gospel, it will be “a year acceptable to the Lord.”
And Jesus surely didn’t mean only the next three
hundred sixty-five days facing his listeners at that
time.
When Jesus announced the “arrival” of God’s
favor, it was a message for all time, for every year.
Similarly, we read today in Nehemiah how the
people gathered with solemnity to hear God’s word
as though for the first time. They listened, and
then fell to the ground and wept. But the prophet
said, “Today is holy . . . do not be sad, and do not
weep.”
The “year acceptable to the Lord” is this year.
The day that is “holy” is this day. The time to listen
is now. What sort of year will you have? What sort
of day? God’s help is always here. What you do
with each day can be holy and acceptable to the
Lord if you but listen to and act on God’s word.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Saturday’s feast of the Presentation is a day
for the blessing of candles. Why does liturgy
require candles? In the first years of the church,
worship was often at night, and candles and
torches were carried from place to place within
the worship space as needed. Candles were also a
mark of festivity and hospitality when people
gathered for prayer in homes, and later on in
large buildings with thick walls and dark
corners. But even after gaslight and electricity,
candles were kept.
Part of the reason has to do with the warm,
clean light of a candle’s flame. Candles are a
good sign of the partnership of God and
creation: wax made by bees, gathered and
fashioned by human hands into something
beautiful and useful. In order for the light to
shine, the candle surrenders itself, almost as if it
is pouring itself out so that the light can flood
into the world. The candle of baptism, placed
into our hands, and carried again and again,
speaks silently of that same wisdom. If you
would save your life, you must lose it. You must
pour your life out like Christ so that you may be
filled with the light of his love.
Sacred Steps:
Sacramental Celebrations at Little Flower
Congratulations to our Newly Baptized:
Victoria Elise Sanchez, Mia Soto, Jack Thomas Spoto,
Veronica Paola Zadezensky
Congratulations and God’s Blessings to Those
Joined in Holy Matrimony:
Robert G. Bogmann & Jenise Fernandez
Youth Ministry Corner
MLK Day Service Project: Thank you to all Gaudium
Youth Group members and families who helped with the
MLK Day service project at Madison Middle School! The
pictures of the four new murals we painted can be seen on
both the parish website and on our Facebook pages.
Happy Feast of St. John Bosco: On January 31st, the
Church celebrates the feast day of St. John Bosco. The
patron of all youth, John Bosco worked tirelessly for the
good of his students and the youth of his community, nurturing in them a deep passion for life well-lived in union
with the Lord and our Blessed Mother. May he inspire in
us that same passion today and always!
"Let us serve the Lord with holy cheerfulness." -St. John Bosco
To be Catholic is to be Joyful!
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MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday - January 27—3rd Sunday of OT
7:30 am (+) Nicholas P. Petrella III
9:00 am (+) Norma Calvo Giuffrida
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (+) Rebeca Vergara y Juana
Huatalcho
5:30 pm (+) Raul Fernández Shelton
7:00 pm (+) José Juan Santiago
Monday - January 28—St. Thomas Aquinas
6:15 am In Thanksgiving
8:00 am (+) Arturo Illueca
12:15 pm Wayne Carter and Family
5:30 pm (+) Ligia Ramos
Tuesday - January 29
6:15 am Ada Hernandez’s Health
8:00 am (+) Manuel and Carmen Ruiz
12:15 pm (+) Maria & Jose Curbelo
5:30 pm (+) Eduardo Rodriguez Arias
Wednesday - January 30
6:15 am (+) Simone Thomas
8:00 am In Thanksgiving
12:15 pm Elba Hernandez’s Health
5:30 pm (+) Emma C. Hernandez & Ramon Lugo
Thursday - January 31—St. John Bosco
6:15 am Gaudium Youth Group
8:00 am (+) Dr. Modesto J. Suarez
12:15 pm Daniel Sanchez
5:30 pm (+) Guido Diaz
Friday - February 1— First Friday
6:15 am (+) Carmen Rodriguez
8:00 am (+) Teresa Perez
12:15 pm Living and Deceased Members
of the Arias Family
5:30 pm (+) Amparo Saud, Cristina Maria,
& Gilda Gutierrez
Saturday - February 2— The Presentation
8:00 am Murdock Family Intentions
5:00 pm STS Alumni Mass
Sunday - February 3 –4th Sunday of OT
7:30 am (+) Julio Lopez
9:00 am (+) Cesarina & Peter Losada
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (+) Elvira Blanca y Rafael
Ruiz Señan
5:30 pm (+) Elena Clark Chew
7:00 pm (+) Fabes Bezanilla
Prayers for those in Need
Carlos Javier Sequeira - Andrés Arias - Eddy Bruno - Gabriel Habib Briana Vega - Martha Leonard - Lizveth Chávez - Ms. Francesca Steven Michael - Greg Davis - Rogelio Herrera - Al Miller Cathy Clewis - José Rodríguez - Noah Masse - Martha Merlo Pierre Mezidor - Gumecindo Pérez - Ann Mahfood - Ada Hernández
- Mary Gilliam - Dan Fitzgerald - Miriam Garcia Maria del Carmen Papazian - Oscar Papazian Bernie Davis - Elba Llerandi - Libby Sheeran Francis Diaz - Cindy Wong - Blanca Henriquez
PARISH WEEKLY CALENDAR
Sunday, January 27
Marriage Covenant Bake Sale
2:00 pm Baptisms Scheduled—C
Monday, January 28
7:00 pm English Bible Study—RPC
7:00 pm Gaudium Junior High—CH
7:30 pm Dessert with Fr. Davis—REC
7:30 pm Men’s Spanish Emmaus—RPC
Tuesday, January 29
6:30 pm Development Committee—RPC
7:00 pm RCIA Classes—RPC
7:30 pm Talleres Training—RPC
8:00p
English Charismatic Prayer Group—RPC
Wednesday, January 30
4:00 pm CCD Class—STS
7:00 pm CCD Class—STS
7:30pm Women’s Emmaus—RPC
Thursday, January 31
Last Day for Brick Orders
7:30 pm Men’s English Emmaus—RPC
7:30 pm Cursillo—RPC
7:30 pm Spanish Charismatic Prayer Group— RPC
7:30 pm Cub Scouts Meeting—CAF
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal—STS
Friday, February 1
Saturday, February 2
6:45 am First Saturday Devotion—C
8:00 am Baptism Prep Classes—RPC
10:00 am CCD Class—STS
Legend: C-Church; CAF-St. Teresa School Cafeteria;
LH-Legion of Mary House (129 Almeria Avenue);
REC-Rectory; RPC-Reilly Parish Center; CH- Comber
Hall; STS-St. Theresa School
Signs of our Stewardship
Weekend of January 13, 2013
Attendance………………………..……..3130
Adult Collection…….……………..$17,358
Children’s Collection……………..…$636
Candles……………………………….……$660
Total…………………………………. $18,654
National Catholic Schools Week: Jan 27-Feb 2
National Catholic Schools Week is
the annual celebration of Catholic
education in the United States.
During the week, schools and parishes focus on the value Catholic
education provides to young
people and Catholic education’s contributions to
our church, our communities and our nation.
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Last Call for the Brick Patio!
This week is your LAST CHANCE to get an engraved brick
in the new patios at the front of the Church. Please contact
Wayne Carter by the close of business on Thursday for
information on ordering a brick.
1st Saturday Devotion to Mary
Join us on Saturday, February 2nd at 6:45am for
the traditional First Saturday Devotion to Our
Lady of Fatima. We will pray a Rosary together
and stay afterwards for the morning Mass.
Mark Your Calendars for Upcoming Meetings
Next Finance Council Meeting: Mon., Feb. 4th
at 7:30pm at the priests’ residence.
New Windows in the Sacristy!
Thanks to the sponsorship made by two parishioners, we
have recently replaced the dilapidated windows in the
two sacristies of the church. Beautiful, state of the art,
impact-resistant windows have now been installed. It is
yet another example of the enhancements and beautification of our treasured church.
Happy Retirement: Ada Hernandez, the
long-time Church Records Coordinator at
the Church of the Little Flower, retired
earlier this month. She goes with our
prayers and good wishes for health, wellness, the blessing
of family, and well-deserved relaxation. In her place will
now be Vivian Xiques, formerly our parish receptionist.
Happy Anniversary!
February 13, 2013
Lent is just a few weeks away. The
Ash Wednesday Mass Schedule is:
6:15a & 8:00a—English
12:15p—Prayer Service (No Mass)
5:30p—Spanish
7:00p—Bilingual
Women’s Emmaus
The next Women's Emmaus retreat will take place
March 1-3 at Casa Manresa. Grow closer to God and be the
remarkable woman God wants you to be while in the comfort and care of the Emmaus community ladies.
Contact Cecy Morales at 305-733-3093 or
[email protected] for more information.
Applications are available at the front door of
the Church and in the Parish Center.
A PILGRIMAGE TO FRANCE, SPAIN AND PORTUGAL IN AUGUST
On August 1-11, Father Davis will lead a
pilgrimage to Lourdes, Santiago de Compostela, Fatima,
and Lisbon. Gorgeous landscape, history, culture, food,
fellowship, and prayer make a
great combination as summer draws to a
close before the start of school. The color
brochures are now available in the Development Office for those
interested in accompanying Father Davis on
this wonderful 10-day group trip designed to
inspire and enrich. For more information
contact the Development Office.
Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski and the
Office of Family Life invite all couples
in the Archdiocese of Miami celebrating their 25th or 50th and above wedding anniversaries this year to join us
for a special Mass to take place on February 10, 2013 at
3pm at St. Mary’s Cathedral, located at 7525 NW 2nd Ave,
Miami, FL 33150.
Register at the Parish Office by February 2nd!
Father Paguaga to Thank Little Flower
On February 17th, the First Sunday of
Lent, Father Juan Carlos Paguaga
will be coming to Little Flower to
celebrate the 10:30am and 12:30pm
Masses. He asked Father Davis for
this opportunity to come and thank
the parishioners of Little Flower for
their constant support for his parish
of Saint John Bosco. Father Davis,
meanwhile, will be going over to cover for two Masses at
Saint John Bosco, so that Father Juan Carlos will be free
to be here with us on that day. Thanks to everyone who
brings food and supplies for the weekly support of Saint
John Bosco!
DESSERT WITH FATHER DAVIS
As a way to foster community and provide a
forum to get to know one another better,
“Dessert with Father Davis” will continue
throughout the year. You bring a dessert, Father will provide the coffee. It will be a chance to chat,
socialize, dream about parish life, and have a delightful
visit over dessert and coffee at the rectory house. The
dining room table has limited seats; there’s only room
for ten parishioners at a time. Call Maria Elena Chialastri
to secure your space today!
Upcoming dates: Monday, March 4th at 7:30pm.
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Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
27 de enero de 2013
El espíritu del Señor está sobre mi,
porque me ha ungido
para llevar a los pobres la buena nueva.
— Lucas 4:18a
EL TIEMPO
Los días de fiesta ya pasaron, el año se nos viene encima. ¿Y qué clase de año será? De acuerdo con las palabras
de Jesús en el Evangelio de hoy, será “el año de la gracia
del Señor”. Y Jesús con seguridad no se refería solamente a
los próximos trescientos sesenta y cinco días cuando
hablaba a la gente en ese tiempo.
El anuncio de la “llegada” de la gracia de Dios lo hizo
Jesús para todos los tiempos, para cada año. De manera
similar, leemos hoy en Nehemías cómo la gente se reunía
con solemnidad a escuchar la Palabra de Dios como si fuera
la primera vez. Escuchaban y luego se postraban con el rostro en la tierra y lloraban. Pero el profeta decía: “Este día
está dedicado al Señor… no estén tristes”.
El “año de la gracia del Señor” es este año. El día
“dedicado al Señor” es hoy. El tiempo de escuchar es ahora. ¿Qué clase de año tendrás? ¿Qué clase de día? La ayuda de Dios siempre está aquí. Lo que haces cada día será
santo y aceptable al Señor solamente si escuchas y practicas la palabra de Dios.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Heb 9:15, 24-28; Sal 98:1-6; Mc 3:22-30
Heb 10:1-10; Sal 40:2, 4ab, 7-8a, 10, 11;
Mc 3:31-35
Miércoles: Heb 10:11-18; Sal 110:1-4; Mc 4:1-20
Jueves:
Heb 10:19-25; Sal 24:1-6; Mc 4:21-25
Viernes:
Heb 10:32-39; Sal 37:3-6, 23-24, 39-40;
Mc 4:26-34
Sábado:
Mal 3:1-4; Sal 24 (23):7-10; Heb 2:14-18;
Lc 2:22-40 [22-32]
Domingo: Jer 1:4-5, 17-19; Sal 71 (70):1-6, 15, 17;
1 Cor 12:31 — 13:13 [13:4-13]; Lc 4:21-30
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
El día 3 de Febrero se celebra entre misas, mariachis,
fuegos artificiales y muchas expresiones de religiosidad
popular, la fiesta de Nuestra Señora de la Concepción de
Suyapa en Honduras. Fue un sábado del mes de febrero,
cuando Alejandro Colindres, un joven humilde labrador,
y Jorge Martínez, un niño de ocho años, la encontraron.
Según la tradición estos llegaron cansados a la quebrada del Piligüín. Acostándose sobre el suelo, Alejandro
sintió lo que le parecía una piedra en su espalda. Por más
que intentaba arrojarla lejos, cuando se acostaba sentía la
misma piedra. Por fin en lugar de tirarla, la puso en su
mochila y al amanecer descubrió que no era piedra sino
una pequeña imagen de María (6.5 cm.) con rostro indígena tallada en madera.
En 1780 se le construyó un templo y en 1796 se registró su primer milagro. El Papa Pió XII la proclamó Patrona de la República de Honduras en 1925. En las advocaciones latinoamericanas ella es nombrada como la fortaleza de los humildes.
TALLERES DE ORACION Y VIDA
EL GRUPO DE TALLERES DE ORACION Y VIDA COMENZARA
EL NUEVO CICLO DE CLASES EL MIERCOLES 13 DE FEBRERO
EN EL SALÓN DE CONFERENCIA “A” EN LA OFICINA DE LA
PARROQUIA. PARA MAS INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LOS
TALLERES, FAVOR DE VISISTAR LA SECCIÓN DE LOS
MINISTERIOS EN LA PAGINA DEL WEB: WWW.COTLF.ORG
Feliz Aniversario!
El Arzobispo Thomas G. Wenski y el
Ministerio de Vida Familiar invitan a
todos los matrimonios de la
Arquidiócesis de Miami que estén
celebrando 25, 50 o mas años de
matrimonio en el 2013 a participar en
una Misa especial en su honor que tendrá lugar el día 10
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ubicada en el 7525 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33150.
Inscríbanse en la Oficina de la Parroquia
antes del 2 de febrero!
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Sunday-Thursday 11:30am-10pm • Friday-Saturday 11:30am-12midnight
2890 SW 27 Avenue, Miami FL 33133
305.448.4090
4700 West Flagler St., Miami, FL 33134
305.445.2337
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Richard D. Morales, D.M.D.
Family Dentistry
Santana Corner, 1430 S. Dixie Hwy., Ste. 312 HS Entrance Exam Prep.
Coral Gables
Research Paper Training
305-661-8240
Review all subjects.
www.universitydentalgrouponline.com
Little Flower parishioner since ‘96
Georgetown University School of Medicine (1991)
Ph:
Yolanda Flores Licensed Real Estate Broker
Specializing in stabilized income producing assets Dade, Broward & Palm Beach
Opportunities Available for
(786) 449-1510
2645 SW 37th Ave., Suite 601
(305) 442-0633
305 264 3355
www.starorthodontics.com
Experienced & Licensed
Real Estate Agents
[email protected]
2 NE 40th Street • Suite 204
Miami, FL 33137
HUMANA, UNITED,
PREFERRED,
MEDICARE,
AND OTHERS.
(305) 438-1259 • (305) 215-9133
For the lowest prices every time
give us a try before you buy!
David S.Yglesias
D EALER
P RINCIPAL
Call Today:
NO DEALER FEES
WITH THIS AD
305-592-3673
7245 N.W. 36th St.
www.palmettotruck.com
Hablo Español
Yglesias Family Owned & Operated Since 1966
GEORGE SANTANA, P.A., CRS, CLHMS
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE
REVITALIZE
HEALTHY LIVER FUNCTION TO
DETOXIFY AND LOSE WEIGHT.
Liver Detoxification is the Key to Health.
MENTION THIS AD FOR A FREE DETOX KIT
1301 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., CORAL GABLES, FL 33134
(305) 446-1743
1221 Brickell Ave.
Suite 1500
Miami, FL 33131, USA
Cell: 305-218-9373
1898 Coral Way Ste. C 33145
305-767-6795 Hablo Español
FINE & CUSTOM
JEWELRY
Thinking of
Buying
Or
Selling
Give me a call
Se Habla
Español
(RED BIRD CENTER)
To Be The BEST, You Have to Train With The Best...Train Miami!
Individual, Couple, or Group Exercise Training
Your
Doral Dealer
[email protected]
5753 S.W. 40th Street
Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated
Service you can Trust!
Our Specialty is
Jewelry for Kids
Miami, FL 33155
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
(305) 667-3772
Communions ~ Baptisms
Confirmations
Fax (305) 667-3577
Tony Garcia, Certified Personal Trainer
Over 21 Years Experience as a Personal Trainer
Specialties: Weight loss, body building, pain management, fitness therapy
[email protected]
www.trainmiami.com
Policy Holder Advocates
• Property Claim
• Claim Denial
Specialists
Representation
• No Recovery....No Fee • Negotiates a higher
• Insurance Claim Disputes payout for you
Raul E. Rivero, MBA
305.447.8822 www.iccclaims.com
License #A221477 All Lines Public Insurance Adjusters. Representing Policy holders for over 15 years.
Medical
GMI
Care Services
GREATER MIAMI INVESTMENTS, INC.
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER • REAL ESTATE SERVICES
Iliana Abella
REALTOR®
60 ARAGON AVENUE
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
[email protected]
www.gmirealestate.com
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
Don A. Sotto, CRT, RPFT
Chief Financial Officer
7290 SW 42nd Terrace
OFF: 305.444.9979 (305) 264-1730
FAX: 305.441.6440
CELL: 305.505.0488 [email protected]
DEPENDABLE CERTIFIED, LICENSED & INSURED
EXTERMINATORS Indoor Pest Control • Ornamental & Lawn Spraying
Residential & Commercial
Fertilization • White Fly Treatment
For further information,
please call the Parish Office. (305) 554-7931 • Cell (305) 989-5599 • ALBERT PEREZ
514210 Little Flower Church (A)
www.jspaluch.com
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