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sunday, june 9, 2013 - Church of the Little Flower
SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013
10TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
PASTOR:
PAROCHIAL VICAR:
IN RESIDENCE:
ASSIGNED PERMANENT
DEACONS:
Rev. Michael W. Davis
Rev. Harry Loubriel
Rev. Daniel P. Martin
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
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
8:30am to 5:00pm
9:00am to 12:00pm
8:30am to 1:30pm
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CONFESSIONS
Saturday
8:30am to 10:00am
FROM THE DESK OF
FATHER DAVIS:
T
he weekend’s Gospel lesson highlights something
we all need to know: the real, sincere compassion
which Christ had for the human sufferings of people.
He became man in order to bring mankind into
heaven. That was the principal motive of his
Incarnation. In the light of the beatific vision, the
sorrows and trials of this earthly life are of relatively
small importance when compared with the unending
future of happiness which is prepared for us if we
conduct ourselves, as he has ordained, during our few
years on this planet of ours. Knowing our human
nature better than we can ever hope to, and knowing
how easily we can become entangled in the affairs of
this world, and especially how easily sorrows and trials
can depress us and make us forget our real goal in life,
he has proved to us during his sojourn amongst us that
he is interested in our earthly life as well. Although he
is now at the right hand of the Father, his interest in
us is just as strong, and as sincere, as it was while he
was here on earth.
Our Christian faith, indeed, teaches us that trials
and troubles will be a very important part of our
training for heaven. But of this we can rest assured:
when God sends a cross, he also gives the strength to
the one who has to shoulder it. Our part is to turn to
the God of compassion and ask him for the grace and
the strength to carry out his will. Such a prayer is
never left unanswered. He will give us the strength. He
will never let us be crushed by the cross which he
sends.
So much of our lives is a mystery. It will only be
understood in the light of eternity. If we only knew all
the facts, and if we could read the divine plan, we
might see that even burdensome happenings in life
may well have been divine blessings. The crosses may
have even been to protect us, and assure our salvation,
when we were most ready for it to be made manifest.
There are divine miracles of healing going on
around us today but they are not recognized as such.
There are also savings from sudden death, of which
those saved are utterly ignorant. It is only when we
reach the future life that we will be able to fully
comprehend the divine compassion which regulated
our lives from the cradle to the grave.
Do not lose hope, then, that Christ still has
compassion for all of us. Put your trust in that
compassion and thank the Lord daily for it. He may
not always respond to us the way we see fit, but our
fervent request may be answered in other ways, in a
way that we had or could not have dreamed at that
time.
Thank God each day for his mercies. Ask him daily
for his divine compassion. Leave the decision to him
who knows what our real needs are.
REILLY PARISH CENTER
2711 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-9950
www.cotlf.org
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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 am 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 Advancement
Ext. 310
Mrs. Maria Pernas,
Bookkeeper
Ext. 314
Ms. Vivian Xiqués
Curator of Records
Virtus Training Coordinator
Ext. 302
Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
Youth Minister
Coordinator of Ministries
Ext. 307
Mrs. Cris Garcia-Casals,
Administrative Assistant
Office of Religious Education
(305) 446-5540
Ms. Yamileth Rivera
Receptionist
Ext. 300
Mr. Milton Somarriba
Church Custodian
T
ENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
JUNE 9, 2013
You changed my mourning into dancing;
O LORD, my God, forever will I give you thanks.
— Psalm 30:12, 13
HOPE AND LIFE
T
oday’s readings tell the story of two widows.
The first reading relates the plight of the
widow with whom the prophet Elijah stayed; the
Gospel tells about the widow of Nain. In each
story, the widow’s only son had died. For people
who lived in those cultures, the son was the only
support of a widow, and the carrying on of the
family name by the son was equal to immortality.
A widow whose only son has died could lose all
hope.
Elijah and Jesus are the restorers of hope; they
bring the sons back to life. Saint Paul was
metaphorically raised from the dead when he
experienced the conversion and call from God
that he describes in today’s second reading.
What are Christians called to do today? We
may not be able to raise the dead, but perhaps we
can rekindle hope for a single parent. We may not
be able to convert a persecutor like Paul, but if we
speak the gospel openly and gently with our lives,
we might touch a life with the Good News.
T
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
oday we return to using the green vestments
of Ordinary Time on Sundays. Changing
colors give a sense of the progress of faith through
the seasons of life. For centuries, the number of
colors and the reasons underlying them were left
to local custom.
Over time, we settled on six colors to express
the character of a day or season: white, red, green,
violet, black, and rose. Black is seldom seen these
days, replaced by white or violet. Rose, really a
dusty pink shade, appears at most twice a year.
What does the color green suggest to you? Green
is new growth, olives, evergreens, glistening
emeralds, ripening pears, and fields at high
summer. It suggests renewal, healing, fertility,
peace, and harmony. In medieval Europe, green
was the favorite color for brides! Did you know
that drivers of green cars are the least likely to be
stopped for speeding? Is it because of their own
feelings of harmony and well being, or because
law enforcement officers are filled with serenity
when they see a green car whiz by? Take out a
paint chart today and marvel at the many hues
and names of green.
The Church figured it out centuries ago: color
really matters.
SACRED STEPS:
SACRAMENTAL CELEBRATIONS AT LITTLE FLOWER
Congratulations to our Newly Baptized:
Jesika Sofia Arango, Nikolas Leonardo Arango, Nina
Gimenez Regalado, Katerina Souchon, Jose Donato
Torres Platt, Camilla Villa, Lucas Villa
Congratulations and God’s Blessings to Those
Joined in Holy Matrimony:
Anthony Cendoya & Christine Pis-Dudot
Dominic Carby & Jacqueline Webb
NEXT WEEKEND’S MASS SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH
8:00 am
5:00 pm
Fr. Davis
Fr. Ibok
SUNDAY, JUNE 16YH
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Fr. Ibok
Fr. Martin
Fr. Davis
Fr. Loubriel
Fr. Martin
Fr. Loubriel
SIGNS OF OUR STEWARDSHIP
Memorial Day Weekend, May 26, 2013
Attendance …………………….……………................ 2,423
Adult Collection ………………………................. $12,209
Children’s Collection …………………………………… $520
Candles …………………………………...…………………... $625
Confirmation Mass ……..…………..………………….. $560
Total for the Week ………………………………. $13,914
MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday - June 9 – 10th Sunday of Ordinary Time
7:30 am (†) Truxton L. Jackson, M.D.
9:00 am (†) Carlos Reyes, Jr.
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (†) Ricardo Ramirez
5:30 pm (†) Yolanda Gonzalez
7:00 pm (†) Graciela Luzardo
Monday - June 10 –
6:15 am Manu Diaz de la Fuente
8:00 am Carlos & Maria Elena Chialastri’s
36th Wedding Anniversary
5:30 pm (†) Josefina Vargas
Tuesday - June 11 - St. Barnabas
6:15 am Pierce Chance’s Health
8:00 am (†) Aida Morales Feria
5:30 pm (†) Maria y Armindo Diaz
Wednesday - June 12 –
6:15 am Wayne Carter
8:00 am (†) Berta Vidal
5:30 pm (†) Dr. Amado Peña del Valle
Thursday - June 13 – St. Anthony of Padua
6:15 am In Thanksgiving to the
Holy Virgin Mary
8:00 am (†) Antonio Gonzalez Muñoz
& Jose Antonio Gonzalez
5:30 pm (†) Luis Espino
Friday - June 14 –
6:15 am Francisco Cardona’s Health
8:00 am (†) Elena de Gomez
5:30 pm (†) Eduardo Iribarren
Saturday - June 15 –
8:00 am (†) Maria Victoria Mazzei
5:00 pm Joe Greer’s Birthday
Sunday - June 16 – 11th Sunday of Ordinary Time
7:30 am Enrique F. Echenique
9:00 am Father’s Day Novena
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm (†) Maria del Rosario Nuñez
& Matilde Perurena
5:30 pm (†) Juana Palenzuela
7:00 pm (†) Adolfo Rodriguez
LET US PRAY FOR THOSE IN NEED
OREMOS POR TODOS LOS NECESITADOS
Carlos Javier Sequeira - Andrés Arias - Eddy Bruno - Gabriel Habib Briana Vega - Martha Leonard - Lizveth Chávez - Ms. Francesca Steven Michael - Al Miller - José Rodríguez - Noah Masse - Greg Davis Francis Diaz - Pierre Mezidor - Gumecindo Pérez - Ann Mahfood Mary Gilliam - Dan Fitzgerald - Miriam Garcia - Oscar Papazian Maria del Carmen Papazian - Cindy Wong - Blanca Henriquez Bob Schanck - Barbara Senninger - Yolanda Felipe - Kevin Childs Frances Diaz - Luis Guillermo Saldorriaga - Alejandro Gonzalez Thomas Prado - Ana Maria Benitez - Reynaldo Chavarry Katherine Cabarga - Keo Peterson - Emily Nelson - Mercedita Restrepo Maria Diaz de la Fuente - Maria Campos Castellanos - Mayra Vasquez
PARISH WEEKLY CALENDAR
Sunday, June 9
2:00 pm Baptisms Scheduled - C
Monday, June 10
12:30pm Daughters of Isabella - RPC
7:00 pm Bible Study - RPC
7:30 pm Men’s Spanish Emmaus - RPC
Tuesday, June 11
7:00 pm Legion of Maria - LH
7:30 pm Entrenamiento: Talleres - RPC
8:00 pm Charismatic Prayer Group - RPC
Wednesday, June 12
7:30 pm Talleres de Oración - RPC
Thursday, June 13
7:30 pm Men’s English Emmaus - RPC
7:30 pm Cursillo (Esp) - RPC
7:30 pm Cub Scouts Meeting - CAF
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal - STS
Friday, June 14
5:00 pm Wedding - C
Ruben Quintana & Ingrid Marie Lopez
7:30 pm Grupo Oración Carismático - RPC
Saturday, June 15
11, 11:30a, & 12pm Baptisms - C
3:00 pm Wedding - C
Alejandro Borges & Aura Abadia
6:45 pm Wedding - C
Mario Luis Peñate & Lilibeth Collantes
Sunday, June 16
2:00 pm Baptisms Scheduled - C
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
Christ leads us to go out from ourselves more and
more, to give ourselves and to serve others.
-Pope Francis (@Pontifex on Twitter)
VOLUNTEER NEEDED FOR SACRISTY LINENS
Each Mass, two to three linen cloths are used as part
of the care given to the sacred vessels and liturgical
rites. Recently, after a long period of service, one of
our volunteers has asked to be relieved of the task of
laundering and pressing the purificators, corporals,
and hand cloths. Currently, we are looking for
someone (or a tram of people) who could take charge
of the care of the sacristy linens. Required would be
weekly washing and pressing. If you might be
available to help, please contact Maria Elena at the
Parish office.
CHURCH HAPPENINGS
POPE FRANCIS’ PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE
Mutual Respect.
That a culture of dialogue,
listening, and mutual respect may
prevail among peoples.
New Evangelization.
That where secularization is
strongest, Christian communities
may effectively promote a new
evangelization.
Diálogo y respeto
Que prevalezca entre los pueblos
una cultura de diálogo, escucha y
respeto mutuo.
Nueva evangelización
Que allí donde más se nota la
influencia de la secularización, las
comunidades cristianas puedan
promover con eficacia una nueva
evangelización.
INTENCIONES DEL SANTO PADRE FRANCISCO PARA EL MES DE JUNIO
AROUND THE PARISH
MIGHT YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW BE
INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC?
We are currently assembling a list of discerning souls that
would like to explore the journey of becoming Catholic
while being part of our Fall RCIA classes. Each year, the
Church provides people everywhere with the opportunity
to join us on a formal journey of discovery and faith that
often culminates in the reception of the Sacraments of
initiation at the Easter Vigil next Spring. If interested in
discussing this further, please speak with any of our parish
Deacons after Mass, or call the Ministries Office at the
Parish Center, 305-446-9950. RCIA Applications are
available at the doors of Church or on the Parish Website.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR MARRIAGE
CONVALIDATED IN THE CHURCH?
Catholics have the great treasure of the Seven Sacraments
as encounters with Christ. These sacraments especially
assist us in our journey of faith. The Sacrament of Holy
Matrimony, in particular, offers its own special graces to
couples married in the Church. The presumption is that
ALL of our Catholic married couples are married in the
Church, and not simply by means of a civil license. To be
married in the Church and its sacramental system,
positions a person to be able to receive the other
sacraments of the Church too. Perhaps for one reason or
another, you were not able to be married in the Catholic
Church and would like to do so now. Well, the Church of
the Little Flower would like to help you make this dream
into reality. Please contact one of the priests of the parish,
or call our wedding office for more information about
marriage in the Church, 305-446-9950.
ARE YOU AN ADULT AND HAVE
NEVER BEEN CONFIRMED?
One of the Sacraments of Initiation in the Catholic Church
is the Sacrament of Confirmation. It is the gift of being
sealed with the Holy Spirit, our soul being indelibly
marked, giving us spiritual gifts which strengthen us in
life. Although often times, young Catholics receive
Confirmation when they are in the 7th or 8th grade,
perhaps even while in high school, there are also
numerous adults who seek out the opportunity to be
Confirmed, if they have never done so before. Let us help
you receive the gift of the Holy Spirit in time for next
Spring. Contact one of the parish Deacons, or call the
Ministries Office for more information, 305-446-9950.
NEW ENVELOPE SYSTEM BEGINS SOON
All registered parishioners will soon be receiving a
new “brand” of weekly offering envelopes. They are
being provided at a significant savings to the parish
by the company called Our Sunday Visitor. Not only
will they be in color and bi-lingual, they will also include Catholic teachings, doctrinal materials, and
information on Catholic traditions and saints on the
envelope. It will be an inspiring new resource for all
of us, even while we embrace our on-going commitment to parish stewardship! The first mailing will be
in time for our use of envelopes in July. It will likely
include a new parish ID number. All will work out
fine, and will have no impact on the smooth annual
accounting of your valued contributions. Thank you
for your support of the parish we love so much.
SEMINARIAN MAY CALL YOU ON THE PHONE
As you may have heard, we will have two seminarians
working with us during the summer months here at
Little Flower. One of them, Sergio Collado, will be
charged with the responsibility of updating our parish
census data, gathering updated family information,
sacramental records, addresses, phone numbers, and
especially e-mail addresses. The census process will
enable us to have a more accurate parish membership
roster. In this way, when you ask us to verify your
association with the Church of the Little Flower, we will
be more easily able to confirm it, and enabled to be of
direct assistance to our parishioners. Furthermore,
everyone’s e-mail address will be particularly helpful to
us, so that we can occasionally contact you with
important parish and church information as it arises.
Don’t be surprised if you get a call from our seminarian
this summer!
A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land in June 2014
We are preparing to launch
the announcement of a
pilgrimage to the Holy Land
NEXT YEAR, beginning on
the evening of the last day of
school: June 6, 2014. The ten
day trip, an experience of a lifetime, will bring us
back to Miami on June 15th. Mark your calendars.
More information will be soon forthcoming.
MINISTRIES NEWS AND UPDATES
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA
Next meeting: June 10, 2013
Social at 12:30 p.m.
Bring a bit of lunch.
Meeting starts at 1pm
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN CARISMÁTICO - CORAZÓN DE JESÚS
Jesús te invita a alabar, glorificar, y
adorar a nuestro Dios con el poder del
Espíritu Santo. Empezando junio 7, el
grupo se reunirá en el salón parroquial
todos los viernes a las 8:00pm. Para
mas información, favor de contactar
Mercy Ponce al 305-505-5321 o por
email a [email protected]
Totally Catholic Vacation Bible School
teaches Christian values to children during a week
of fun and excitement that includes Games, Science
Exploration, Bible Adventures and more! This event
is one the kids look forward to all year long, spaces
fill quickly, so register today!
This Summer at “Kingdom Rock,” the Bible
comes to life in new and powerful ways as kids
explore how they can stand strong for God!
AfterCare is available until 6 pm at an
additional cost. Please see the website for more
information.
Adult Volunteers needed!
If you are
interested, please visit the website below or call
Julia Santeliz at 305.215.6526 or Jorge Santibáñez at
305.446.9950. Volunteers must be Virtus trained
and fingerprinted if over 19 years of age.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN AT:
https://osv.groupvbspro.com/
vbs/ez/littleflower
Scan the QR Code to register today!
THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS
The English Bible Study Group
meets on Mondays at 7pm in
Conference Room A of the
Reilly Parish Center. Join us as
we begin studying one of the
most fascinating books in all of
Scripture,
the
Book
of
Revelations.
Bring a Bible and a friend - All are welcome!
NEXT PUBLIC SQUARE DISCIPLESHIP
MEETING
Monday, June 17 at 7 pm - Comber Hall
Join us in learning how to best witness and defend
our Catholic faith at home, work, school and with
our friends! We'll examine Pope Paul VI's encyclical
Humanae Vitae and the Church's teaching on
married love and responsible parenthood.
All are welcome!
YOUTH MINISTRY CORNER
- With the start of Vacation Bible School just
around the corner, the weekly Monday night Youth
Group gatherings will not resume until JULY 8th.
- A special thanks to all those who have stepped
up to support our Youth Group. To date, we have
collected $100 of the $500 needed for a full year of
the new Edge Youth Group Program. We will be
introducing the new program over the summer for a
full-scale launch in August.
- Gaudium Youth Ministry T-shirts are now on
sale for $10 each as a fundraiser for Youth Ministry.
You may have seen a few of the blue shirts around
already. If you would like to support Youth Ministry
through the purchase of our new tees, please
contact me at the Parish Office during the week!
-Jorge
“TO BE CATHOLIC IS TO BE JOYFUL!”
D
ÉCIMO DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
9 DE JUNIO DE 2013
Convertiste mi duelo en alegría
te alabaré por eso eternamente
— Salmo 30 (29):12, 13
L
ESPERANZA Y VIDA
as Escrituras del hoy nos cuentan la historia de
dos viudas. La primera lectura relata la difícil
situación en la que vivía la viuda con la que el
profeta Elías se quedó y el Evangelio cuenta la
historia de la viuda de Naín, en cada una de estas
historias cada viuda el hijo único de ellas murió. En
la cultura de esos países en ese tiempo, el hijo era el
sustento para la viuda y quien además continuaba la
descendencia familiar que era igual a la inmortalidad. La viuda cuyo único hijo hubiera muerto perdía
toda esperanza.
Elías y Jesús son los restauradores de esperanza;
ellos devuelven la vida a sus hijos. San Pablo,
metafóricamente hablando, revivió de la muerte a la
vida cuando él se convirtió después de la llamada de
Dios de la que él habla en la segunda lectura.
¿A qué están llamados los cristianos hoy en día?
Quizá no podemos revivir de la muerte, pero quizá
podemos reanimar la esperanza de un padre o una
madre soltera. Quizá no podemos convertir a un
perseguidor como Pablo, pero si abiertamente
hacemos vida el Evangelio en nuestras vidas,
podríamos tocar una vida con la Buena Nueva.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
2 Cor 1:1-7; Sal 34 (33):2-9; Mt 5:1-12
Hch 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Sal 119 (118):129-133,
135; Mt 5:13-16
Miércoles: 2 Cor 3:4-11; Sal 99 (98):5-9; Mt 5:17-19
Jueves:
2 Cor 3:15 — 4:1, 3-6; Sal 85 (84):9ab, 1014; Mt 5:20-26
Viernes:
2 Cor 4:7-15; Sal 116 (115):10-11, 15-18;
Mt 5:27-32
Sábado:
2 Cor 5:14-21; Sal 103 (102):1-4, 9-12;
Mt 5:33-37
Domingo: 2 Sm 12:7-10, 13; Sal 32 (31):1-2, 5 7, 11;
Gal 2:16, 19-21; Lc 7:36 — 8:3 [7:36-50]
E
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
l día 9 de junio del año 1597, falleció el jesuita
José de Anchieta proveniente de las Islas
Canarias, España. Este santo “apóstol de Brasil” fue
beatificado en 1980 gracias a sus grandes esfuerzos
humanitarios, literarios y evangelizadores en Brasil.
Llegó a Brasil en 1553 donde aprendió Tupí, el
idioma de los nativos. Enseñaba a los indígenas,
evangelizándolos con la doctrina cristiana y educándolos en historia, filosofía y medicina. Eventualmente fundó el Colegio Jesuita de São Paulo de Piratininga donde tuvo la audacia de educar, junto a los hijos
de los nativos, los hijos de los portugueses. Para este
esfuerzo escribió muchos libros y manuales, cosa
que le mereció ser el primer escritor en Brasil.
Además de ser un escritor prolífico, este
misionero dedicó su vida a predicar el Evangelio en
Brasil, país que cruzó a pie, fundando pueblos y
escuelas para los indígenas cristianos. Estos le
llamaban el “santo volador” por la velocidad con que
caminaba. Su celo por el Evangelio lo motivaba a
seguir caminando. Como dice el profeta Isaías: “Que
hermosos son los pies del que trae buena
nuevas” (Isaías 52:7).
RITO DE INICIACIÓN CRISTIANA DE ADULTOS
(RCIA)
Usted o alguien que usted conoce está interesado en ser
Católico? Fue bautizado cuando era niño per no ha recibido
el Sacramento de la Confirmación o Comunión?
La Iglesia de Little Flower le ofrece la oportunidad de
aprender más acerca de nuestra fe a través del Rito de
Iniciación Cristiana de Adultos (RCIA). El RCIA es la forma
que los primeros cristianos entraban a formar parte de la
iglesia. Este camino catecúmeno comenzó en la Iglesia hacia
fines del siglo II con el fin de preparar para el Bautismo a los
adultos que se convertían a la fe Cristiana.
Las clases comenzaran el martes 18 de Septiembre de
7:00 a 9:00pm en el Centro Parroquial de la Iglesia de Little
Flower. (Edificio localizado a mano derecha de la entrada
principal del colegio).
De ser posible, los siguientes documentos del candidato
deben acompañar la planilla de inscripción:
• Certificado
de Bautismo, Certificado de Primera
Comunión y Certificado de Matrimonio del Candidato.
• Certificado
de Bautismo, Certificado de Primera
Comunión, Certificado de Confirmación y Certificado de
Matrimonio del Padrino o Madrina.
La donación sugerida es de $75.00 pagadero a Church of the
Little Flower. Por favor agregue en el memorándum del
cheque: RCIA.
Las planillas están disponibles al frente de la Iglesia o en
el Centro Parroquial. Las planillas deben ser enviadas por
correo electrónico al: Diacono Roberto Fleitas,
[email protected]; o via correo a: Church of the
Little Flower, 2711 Indian Mound Trail, Coral Gables, Fl 33134
o puede entregarla en el Centro Parroquial.
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305.812.6340
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Construction and Insurance
Claims Consultants
Raul E. Rivero, CGC, PA, MBA
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
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GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
(305) 667-3772
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Confirmations
Fax (305) 667-3577
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Pediatric Dentist
Specializing in Infants,
adolescents and teenagers
6601 S.W. 80th Street • Suite 212
South Miami, FL 33143 305-666-2068
For further information,
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60 ARAGON AVENUE
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
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