CHURCH OF THE LITTLE FLOWER

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CHURCH OF THE LITTLE FLOWER
CHURCH OF THE LITTLE FLOWER
2711 INDIAN MOUND TRAIL
CORAL GABLES, FL 33134
PHONE: (305)446-9950 FAX: (305)446-7624
Website: www.cotlf.org
Pastor:
Parochial Vicar:
In Residence:
Rev. Michael W. Davis
Rev. Harry Loubriel
Rev. Piotr M. Paciorek
Rev. Sean O’Sullivan
Rev. Matthew S. Ibok
Assigned Permanent Deacons:
Rev. Mr. Roberto Fleitas
Rev. Mr. Raul Flores
Rev. Mr. Miguel Parladé
Rectory Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday - 8:30am - 1:30pm
Gift Shop Hours
Tuesday - Saturday: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Sunday: 8:30am to 12:00pm
Mass Schedule
Monday - Friday
Saturday
Vigil
Sunday
Confessions Saturday
December 23, 2012
6:15am English
8:00am English
12:15pm English
5:30pm Spanish
8:00am English
5:00pm English
7:30am
9:00am
10:30am
12:30pm
5:30pm
7:00pm
English
English
English
Spanish
English
Spanish
8:30am - 10:00am
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From the desk of Father Davis
“Who am I?”
Just as the small and obscure village of Bethlehem seemed
an unlikely place to host the promised Messiah, so too
Mary and Elizabeth were unlikely candidates to bear
witness to His presence. As women, their testimony
(regardless of its importance or veracity) was considered
unacceptable by the culture in which they lived.
Nevertheless, these two women, along with countless other
unlikely persons (e.g., Samaritans, foreigners, sinners, tax
collectors, the blind, sick, and possessed) are featured in
the writings of Luke as important recipients and witnesses
to God’s mighty gifts.
This weekend’s Gospel highlights Elizabeth’s question
(“who am I that the mother of my Lord should come to
me?”), which underscores not only the divine predilection
for the least members of society but also the awesome
reality of Jesus’ Incarnation. As “spokesperson for all
humankind” in this instance, Elizabeth’s “who am I?”
marvels at the unlikely idea of the infinite God taking on
finite flesh and blood in order to live and die among His
people.
Elizabeth’s question also invites the hearers of today’s
passage to appreciate God’s presence in Jesus (within
Mary) from another perspective. The story of Mary’s visit
to Elizabeth appears to be modeled on an Old Testament
narrative, whose author described David’s transfer of the
Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. Recall the fact that, for
Israel, the Ark was understood to be the site of God’s
presence among His people. Elizabeth’s question “who am
I?” is remarkably similar to that of King David, who once
said “how can the Ark of the Lord come to me?” (2 Samuel
6:9). Just as Mary journeyed to Judah and was greeted with
joy there by Elizabeth and remained there with her for
three months, so too the Ark was brought with joy to the
house of Obed-Edom where it remained for three months.
By means of this comparison, Luke shows that the
presence of God signaled by the Ark of the Covenant in the
Hebrew Scriptures has become a visible and tangible
reality in Jesus. He is Emmanuel, God with us, that we
might have life.
As we wind down the Advent season and now immediately
prepare for Christmas,
Elizabeth’s question
“who am I?” calls each
of us to ponder anew the
gift of God’s presence
among us, in the least
likely places, in the least
likely people, and in the
most unlikely ways,
until He comes again!
Come Lord Jesus!
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. Ada Hernandez,
Sacramental Records Coordinator
Ext. 302
Ms. Vivian Xiqués,
Receptionist
Virtus Training Coordinator
Ext. 300
Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
Youth Minister
Coordinator of Ministries
Ext. 307
Mrs. Cris Garcia-Casals,
(305) 446-5540
Administrative Assistant -- Office of Religious Education
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Saturday, December 29, 2012 Mass Schedule
08:00 am Fr. Davis
05:00 pm Fr. Loubriel
Sunday, December 30, 2012 Mass Schedule
07:30 am Fr. O’Sullivan
09:00 am Fr. Ibok
10:30 am Fr. Davis
12:30 pm Fr. Loubriel
05:30 pm Fr. Davis
07:00 pm Fr. Loubriel
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
In ancient pagan Rome, these days in midDecember were a time for general slacking off at work
and far too much rejoicing. The period of leisure after
the harvest and a whole cluster of pagan festivals were a
force for the church to reckon with. The Saturnalia,
breaking out on December 17, was a time of high living
and loose morals. Christians were advised by their
bishops to drop out of the mayhem and do some serious
fasting. A famous church council at Saragossa in Spain
made a season of fasting mandatory from December 17
to December 23, exactly coinciding with the Saturnalia.
The bishops at that time were perhaps less concerned
with preparing for Christmas than with resisting the
kind of loose living going on.
Modern times have restored a bit of the Saturnalia
spirit to our culture, so that a general period of partying
with a vague connection to religion is now upon us.
How does a Christian keep balance? The practice of
charity by remembering the poor in our gift-giving, of
hospitality in finding a place at our holiday tables for
the poor and lonely, and of daily prayer in the home and
at church are great helps. Although Advent is not a
penitential season like Lent, it is a time for making
room in our lives for what matters most.
Sacred Steps
Sacramental Celebrations at
Church of the Little Flower
Congratulations to our Baptized: Adrian Rodriguez Perez
Valentino Jesús Rojo
Fourth Sunday of Advent
December 23, 2012
Blessed are you among women,
and blessed is the fruit of your
womb.
— Luke 1:42
MEMORIES AND DREAMS
Throughout our lives, we retain the language and habits
of our native region and family of origin. Should we return
to our home after a long absence, we quickly revert to its
familiar speech and practices. Our deep memory is reflected
in old stories and words and speech patterns. This
familiarity runs like an underground river and accompanies
us wherever we go.
Not only do we remember, we are incorporated into
and made part of a greater memory. In remembering and
recollecting, we are in turn gathered up and re-collected.
Today we remember Mary, a small figure travelling
the country roads to visit Elizabeth. All the great
pronouncements and dreams of
the prophets point to this time
when the Lord’s words to Mary
would be gathered and fulfilled.
The memories of her people are
alive in her, and memories of her
nourish our own living faith.
Congratulations and God’s Blessings to those Joined in
Holy Matrimony: Rafael Frometa and Cristina Etzold
Dessert with Father Davis
As a way to foster community
and provide a forum to get to
know one another better, the New
Year will include a periodic special evening of fellowship entitled,
“Dessert with Father Davis.” 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. So, call Maria Elena Chialastri at
305-446-9950 to secure your space. The first occasion
will take place on Monday, January 28th at 7:30pm.
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Mass Intentions
Sunday - December 23
7:30 am Living & Deceased Members of the Zarzecki
Family
9:00 am (+)Joaquina Villaronga
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (+)Blanca Sara y Signencia Sierra
5:30 pm (+)Maria Luisa Mejia
7:00 pm (+)Ana Maria Soler
Monday - December 24
5:00 pm (+) Ana T. De Castro & José Castro Lores
7:00 pm (+) Alan W. Hopkins
12:00 am Murdock Family Intentions
Tuesday - December 25 - OFFICE CLOSED
7:30 am Murdock Family Intentions
9:00 am (+)Dr. & Mrs. Frank Trombly
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (+)Cristina Parlade
5:30 pm Living & Deceased Members of
the Portocarrero Herrera Family
7:00 pm Deceased Members of the
Prieto, Perez y Suarez Families
Wednesday - December 26
6:15 am (+)Teresa Maria Perez Rey
8:00 am (+)Fernández. Shelton. O’Bourke Family
12:15 pm (+)Luis Espino
5:30 pm Intenciones de la Familia Murdock
Thursday - December 27
6:15 am John Murdock’s Intentions
8:00 am Murdock Family Intentions
12:15 pm (+)Evangelina Gutierrez
5:30 pm (+)José Ignacio Suarez
Friday - December 28
6:15 am Ada Hernández’s Health
8:00 am (+)Adar Arturo Illueca
12:15 pm (+)Jorge Rodriguez Montoro
5:30 pm Intenciones de la Familia Murdock
Saturday - December 29
8:00 am Ricardo Puente Jr.’s Birthday
5:00 pm (+)Eduardo Rodriguez
Sunday - December 30
7:30 am Special Intentions of Abella Family
9:00 am (+)Silvia & Fernando Recio
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm Intenciones de la Familia Murdock
5:30 pm (+)Emma C. Hernández
7:00 pm (+)Luis Garcia
Prayers for those in Need
Carlos Javier Sequeira - Andres Arias - Eddy Bruno
Gabriel Habib - Briana Vega - Martha Leonard
Lizveth Chavez - Ms. Francesca - Steven Michael
Cheri Flannery - Rogelio Herrera - Al Miller - Cathy Clewis
Jose Rodriguez - Noah Masse - Martha Merlo
Pierre Mezidor - Gumecindo Perez
Ann Mahfood - Ada Hernández
Mary Gilliam - Dan Fitzgerald - Jane Flynn
Miriam Garcia - Maria del Carmen Papazian
Oscar Papazian
Parish Weekly Calendar
Sunday - December 23
2:00 pm Baptisms Scheduled CH
Monday - December 24
7:00 pm St. Vincent de Paul RPC
7:00 pm Bible Study Group
7:30 pm Cursillos RPC
7:30 pm Men’s Emmaus Spanish
RPC
Tuesday - December 25
8:00 pm Charismatic Prayer Group
RPC
Wednesday - December 26
4:00 pm No CCD Class
7:00 pm No CCD Class
7:30 pm Legión de María LH
Thursday - December 27
10:00 am Legion of Mary 129 Almeria, CG
7:30 pm Charismatic Group (Spanish) RPC
7:00 pm Clase de Biblia 3411 SW 63rd Ave.
Friday - December 28
7:00 pm No Wedding
8:30 pm No Wedding
Saturday - December 29
8:30 am No Baptism Class RPC
10:00 am No CCD Class
1:00 pm No Wedding
3:00 pm Wedding: Michel Verdure and Lisa M.
Kearns
7:00 pm Wedding: Gregory Boulos and Alexandra
Marzouka
Legend: CAF-St. Theresa School Cafeteria; CHChurch of The Little Flower; LH-Legion of Mary
House (129 Almeria Avenue); SJA-St. Joseph
Aula (School); RPC-Reilly Parish Center; CPHComber Parish Hall; STS-St. Theresa School
Signs of our Stewardship
Weekend of December 9, 2012
Attendance………………………………….3,111
Adult Collection…………………………...17,980
Children’s Collection…………………………486
Candles………………………………………..660
Immaculate Conception…………………….2,066
Total……………………………………...$21,192
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Monday, December 24th
Family Mass - 5:00 p.m.
Mass - 7:00 p.m.
Christmas Cantata - 11:30 p.m.
Followed by Midnight Mass (Bilingual)
Tuesday, December 25th
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
(English)
12:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. (Spanish)
Confessions:
Saturdays, December 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd
and 29th
From 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Monday, December 17th
From 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Service of Light
Thursday, December 20th at 8:00 p.m.
New Year’s Schedule
Monday, December 31st, 2012
5:30 p.m. Vigil (Bilingual)
Tuesday, January 1st, 2013
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
(English)
and 12:30 p.m. (Spanish)
Patio Update
Work on our Brick Patio is nearing completion
and I think you would agree, it looks stunningly
beautiful. We encourage those still interested in
purchasing a memorialized brick, at $100 per
brick, to do so before January 4th, 2013, as the
price will be increased. This is as result of the
cost involved in having the contractor come out to remove and install all the
new orders we have been receiving. The new price will be announced soon.
Please contact Wayne Carter at the Parish Office, # 305-446-9950, to
place your order as soon as possible. We thank everyone for their support
and look forward to accommodating those who would still like to participate. God Bless you all.
Christmas is a time to think about all that
has been given to you and your responsibility to
share your wealth with those less fortunate, it is
a time for giving. Like every year, the Christmas Giving Tree has been placed in the Lobby
of our Church. We ask you to open your hearts
to the number of children and families whom
we can help with your generosity. Please place your wrapped gifts, labeled boy/girl and
appropriate age under the tree.
A Pilgrimage to France, Spain and
Portugal in
August
Let’s try it again. Another summertime pilgrimage opportunity for all
parishioners, including families who
would like to enjoy the structure of an
organized group tour. On August 111, Father Davis will lead a pilgrimage to Lourdes, Santiago
de Compostela, Fatima, and Lisbon. Gorgeous landscape,
history, culture, food, fellowship, and prayer. A great combination as summer
draws to a close before the start of school. Brochures will soon be ready. Get your
name on the list at the Development Office today!
A Life Size Nativity Scene at Little Flower?
Admiring the beautiful manger scene on Alhambra Circle that annually brings alive the true meaning of Christmas, it occurs
to many of us that “this is actually OUR story.” Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could annually have a LIFE SIZE Nativity Scene
on the front lawn of Comber Hall to publicly announce Christmas tidings, and serve as a source of inspiration for many to reawaken faith in Jesus? We are currently looking into companies and prices. Although it
would be expensive, it would be a spiritual investment well worth making. Hopefully, if
enough people respond in support of this initiative, we could have it in place for Christmas
2013. If you care to be a sponsor or contributor to the Nativity Scene project, contact Father Davis.
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Cuarto Domingo de Adviento
23 de diciembre de 2012
Bendita eres entre las mujeres,
y bandito es el fruto de tu vientre.
— Lucas 1:42
RECUERDOS Y SUE
SUEÑ
ÑOS
En el curso de nuestra vida
mantenemos el idioma y los hábitos
de nuestra región nativa y familia de
origen. Cuando retornamos a nuestro hogar tras una larga ausencia,
rápidamente volvemos a su manera
de hablar y a sus prácticas familiares. Nuestros profundos recuerdos
se reflejan en viejas historias y palabras y en modos de conversar. Esta
familiaridad corre como un río subterráneo y nos acompaña a donde sea que vayamos.
No solamente recordamos, sino que somos incorporados y
formamos parte de una memoria más amplia. Cuando traemos
recuerdos a la mente somos a la vez reunidos y recordados.
Hoy recordamos a María, una joven frágil, que recorre
zonas rurales para visitar a Isabel. Todos los grandes pronunciamientos y sueños de los profetas apuntan a este tiempo en
que deben cumplirse las palabras del Señor a María. Las memorias de su pueblo están vivas en ella, y esas memorias alimentan nuestra fe viva.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Sal 89 (88):2-5, 27, 29;
Lc 1:67-79
Martes:
Vigilia: Is 62:1-5; Sal 89 (88):4-5, 16-17, 27, 29;
Hch 13:16-17, 22-25; Mt 1:1-25 [18-25]
Noche: Is 9:1-6; Sal 96 (95):1-3, 11-13;
Ti 2:11-14; Lc 2:1-14
Aurora: Is 62:11-12; Sal 97 (96):1, 6, 11-12;
Ti 3:4-7; Lc 2:15-20
Día: Is 52:7-10; Sal 98 (97):1-6; Heb 1:1-6;
Jn 1:1-18 [1-5, 9-14]
Miércoles:
Hch 6:8-10; 7:54-59; Sal 31 (30):3cd-4, 6, 8ab,
16bc, 17; Mt 10:17-22
Jueves:
1 Jn 1:1-4; Sal 97 (96):1-2, 5-6, 11-12;
Jn 20:1a, 2-8
Viernes
Viernes:
1 Jn 1:5 — 2:2; Sal 124 (123):2-5, 7b-8;
Mt 2:13-18
Sábado:
1 Jn 2:3-11; Sal 96 (95):1-3, 5b-6; Lc 2:22-35
Domingo:
Sir 3:2-6, 12-14 ó 1 Sm 1:20-22, 2428;
Sal 128:1-5 o Sal 84:2-3, 5-6, 9-10;
Col 3:12-21 [12-17] ó 1 Jn 3:1-2, 2124; Lc 2:41-52
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Esta semana recordamos a los niños judíos que fueron asesinados por orden del Rey Herodes en Belén. Esa tragedia que ocurrió cuando el viejo y celoso rey se enteró del nacimiento de un
nuevo rey de los judíos. Él mandó a matar a todo niño que tuviera
menos de dos años. El llanto de las familias que perdieron sus
pobres inocentes se ha convertido en risas en varios países latinoamericanos. El 28 de diciembre en muchas partes es conmemorado como el día de los inocentes que viene siendo el April Fools
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amigos. Si la broma funciona al pobre que fue engañado se le
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La inocencia normalmente se atribuye a los niños o a los
ingenuos, pero en si la inocencia es una virtud cristiana, de los
que hemos sido perdonados por Cristo. Esta inocencia no es ingenuidad mas bien es la candidez, simplicidad y generosidad de una
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la esperanza.
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