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07 - Church of the Little Flower
ASSIGNED CLERGY:
PASTOR MASS SCHEDULE:
Rev. Michael W. Davis
PAROCHIAL VICARS
Rev. Abel E. Barajas
Rev. Phillip H. Tran
PRIEST IN RESIDENCE
Rev. Fidelis Uko
PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon Roberto Fleitas
Deacon Miguel Parladé
MONDAY - FRIDAY
6:15 am
8:00 am
5:30 pm
English
English
Español/Spanish
SATURDAY
8:00 am
5:00 pm
English
English
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
English
English
English
Español/Spanish
English
Español/Spanish
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SUNDAY
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
MONDAY - FRIDAY
SATURDAY
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
9:00 am to 1:30 pm
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“P
ut out into the deep; do not be afraid.” Jesus’ words in today’s Gospel are thematically perfect, as a challenging prelude to
the Lenten season which begins this coming Wednesday.
Faith in Jesus Christ always requires movement, willingness to take action, courage to change, renew, and enliven. Discipleship in
pursuit of our Blessed Lord is not a static experience, but a constantly dynamic one. It means risking (in new ways) the “doing” of
God’s will in our lives. Following in the ways of Christ is a daily choice to actively respond to a holy calling which welcomes his Word
in our hearts and his healing touch in our souls. In short, each of us is asked to confidently put our “boats” into the depths of the
transformative mercy of God and allow God’s powerful sway to again take hold of us. When we do so, new things will happen; and our
Christian witness will become more effective. When we plumb anew the depths of mysteries of Christ, we are challenged to cultivate a
legacy of active faith which announces the Gospel with clarity. His mercy endures forever. Why should we be afraid to reach for his
hand and follow him with intentionality and confidence?
During the Jubilee Year of Mercy the Church around the world has been asked, among other things, to rededicate herself to the
spiritual and corporal works of mercy. These spiritual agenda items grounded in our Lord’s teaching, align our lives with the Gospel
message of developing a merciful heart, and becoming an instrument of God’s mercy toward others. Doing so will truly serve as the
formula for personal and world peace, ushering in the Kingdom of God. On the outside we are invited to authenticate our faith by the
corporal works of mercy: feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the naked, sheltering the homeless, visiting the sick,
visiting the imprisoned, and burying the dead. All these works recognize the God-given dignity in the human person, particularly the
most vulnerable among us. We are, likewise, invited to embrace the spiritual works of mercy: instructing the ignorant, correcting
sinners, advising the doubtful, showing patience to sinners and those in error, forgiving others, comforting the afflicted, and praying
for the living and the dead. All these works of mercy show a certain spiritual personality reflective of an interior life that is aligned
with the Gospel and the heart of Christ. As such, to inculcate these exterior behaviors with interior convictions, brings Christian
renewal to our lives, and establishes a spiritual legacy that confidently shows a deep Christian faith, lived with intentionality.
During the Jubilee Year of Mercy we also have before us the clarion calling to embrace the mercy of the Lord in our own souls,
to confess our brokenness and sins, and find renewal, healing and grace. Opportunities abound during this Year of Mercy to go to
confession, especially now that the season of Lent is about to dawn. Don’t miss the chance to be cleansed, healed, and renewed. His
mercy endures forever. Why should we be afraid?
Lent is an annual opportunity to do the necessary introspection that seeks to reorganize our lives, to take dynamic action,
making them what they are capable of being, making them what God meant them to be. Let’s put out into the deep this Lent,
and not be afraid.
“L
leva la barca mar adentro, no teman." Las palabras de Jesús en el Evangelio de hoy son temáticamente perfectas, como preludio difícil
de la temporada de Cuaresma, que comienza el próximo miércoles.
La fe en Jesucristo siempre requiere acción, la disposición a tomar medidas, valor para cambiar, renovar y dar vida. Discipulado en la
búsqueda de nuestro bendito Señor no es una experiencia estática, sino una de constante dinámica. Significa poner en riesgo (de formas nuevas)
el "hacer" de la voluntad de Dios en nuestras vidas. Siguiendo los caminos de Cristo es una elección diaria de responder activamente a un
llamamiento santo que da la bienvenida a su Palabra en nuestros corazones y su toque sanador en nuestras almas. En resumen, se pide a cada uno
de nosotros en poner confiadamente nuestros "barcos" en las profundidades de la misericordia transformadora de Dios y de permitir la poderosa
influencia de Dios que se apodere de nosotros nuevamente. Cuando lo hacemos, sucederán cosas nuevas; y nuestro testimonio cristiano será más
efectivo. Cuando nos entregamos a lo más profundo de los misterios de Cristo, estamos desafiados a cultivar un legado de fe activa que anuncia el
Evangelio con claridad. Su misericordia perdura para siempre. ¿Por qué debemos tener miedo de coger su mano y seguirlo con intención y
confianza?
Durante el año jubilar de la Misericordia se ha pedido a la Iglesia en todo el mundo, entre otras cosas, a volver a dedicarse a las obras
espirituales y corporales de la misericordia. Estos temas espirituales basados en las enseñanzas de nuestro Señor, alinean nuestras vidas con el
mensaje del Evangelio de desarrollar un corazón misericordioso, y convertirnos en un instrumento de la misericordia de Dios hacia los demás.
Haciendo esto, será realmente como una fórmula para la paz personal y del mundo, en el camino hacia el Reino de Dios. En el exterior se nos
invita a confirmar nuestra fe con las obras corporales de la misericordia: alimentar al hambriento, dar de beber al sediento, vestir al desnudo, dar
techo al que no tiene, visitar a los enfermos, visitar a los presos, enterrar a los muertos. Todos estos trabajos reconocen la dignidad otorgada por
Dios en la persona humana, en particular los más vulnerables entre nosotros. Estamos, asimismo, invitados a utilizar las obras espirituales de la
misericordia: instruir a los ignorantes, corregir a los pecadores, asesorar al dudoso, mostrar paciencia para los pecadores y los que están errados,
perdonar a los demás, consolar a los afligidos, y rezar por los vivos y los muertos. Todas estas obras de misericordia muestran una cierta
personalidad espiritual que es un reflejo de una vida interior que está alineada con el Evangelio y el corazón de Cristo. Como tal, para inculcar
estos comportamientos exteriores con convicciones interiores, traer renovación cristiana a nuestras vidas, y establecer un legado espiritual que
muestra con confianza una profunda fe cristiana, vivida con intención.
Durante el año jubilar de la Misericordia también tenemos ante nosotros el clarín llamando a abrazar la misericordia del Señor en nuestras
propias almas, a confesar nuestros quebrantamientos y pecados, y encontrar la renovación, la curación y la gracia. Las oportunidades abundan
durante este Año de la Misericordia para confesarse, especialmente ahora que el tiempo de Cuaresma está a punto de comenzar. No se pierda la
oportunidad de ser purificado, curado, y renovado. Su misericordia perdura para siempre. ¿Por qué debemos tener miedo?
La Cuaresma es una oportunidad anual para hacer la auto examinación necesaria que busca reorganizar nuestras vidas, para tomar una
acción dinámica, para ser lo que son capaces de ser, para ser lo que Dios les ha destinado a ser. Vamos a entrar en lo más profundo en esta
Cuaresma, y no tener miedo.
2711 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-9950
www.cotlf.org
Mrs. Irma Aguilar
Ext. 300
Receptionist
Data Processing Coordinator
Mrs. Maria Elena Chialastri
Ext. 306
Office Manager
Administrative Assistant to the Pastor
Congratulations and God’s Blessings to those Joined in
Holy Matrimony:
Mr. Luis Cuza
Associate Director of Liturgical Music
Mr. Juan Del Sol
Ext. 311
Wedding Coordinator
Dr. Dawn Fontana
Ext. 305
Director of Liturgical Music
Ms. Cecilia Miyar
Congratulations to our Newly Baptized:
Dominic Bertot, Carolina Elizabeth Cruz, Cristiano
Cruz Nunes Ledoux
Rest in Peace. We Pray for Those Who Have Entered
Eternity:
Denia De La Caridad Estrada, Magnolia Romero
Ext. 310
Administrative Assistant to the DRE
Parish Coordinator of Ministries
Mr. Jorge Perez
Ext. 318
Director of Advancement & Stewardship
Mrs. Maria Pernas
Ext. 314
Bookkeeper
Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
Ext. 307
Director of Religious Education
& Youth Ministry
Mr. Milton Somarriba
Ext. 309
Church Custodian
Ms. Vivian Xiqués
Ext. 302
Curator of Records
Virtus Training Coordinator
ST. THERESA CATHOLIC SCHOOL
2701 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-1738
www.stscg.org
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH
8:00 am
Fr. Barajas
5:00 pm
Fr. Tran
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH
7:30 am
Fr. Circe
9:00 am
Fr. Tran
10:30 am
Fr. Davis
12:30 pm
Fr. Barajas
5:30 pm
Fr. Uko
7:00 pm
Fr. Barajas
Administered by
The Carmelite Sisters of the
Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles
Sr. Caridad, OCD., Principal
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Saturdays: 8:30 am to 10:00 am
Tuesdays: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
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.
Every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm at
least one priest will be available in the
confessional in church, ready and
disposed to hear confessions and
assist people in receiving the mercy
of the Lord.
Come receive mercy on Tuesday
nights during the Jubilee Year of
Mercy!
I will give thanks to you, O LORD, with all my heart,
for you have heard the words of my mouth.
De todo corazón te damos gracias,
Señor, porque escuchaste nuestros ruegos.
— Salmo 138 (137):1
— Psalm 138:1
“H
oly, holy, holy!” Ancient languages, like the
Hebrew used in the scriptures, did not always
have a way to express superlatives in one word. Isaiah
could not say God was “holiest,” so he used the threefold
repetition of the same word. This bit of scriptural minutiae
about these “three little words” that we sing at every Mass
serves as a reminder that answering God’s call has to be
grounded in awareness of God’s holiness. In Isaiah and in
the Gospel passage today, we hear accounts of the
revelation of God’s power and might: the seraphim in the
temple and the miraculous catch of fish. These are not
wondrous revelations for their own sakes. They lead to a
response in mission, Isaiah’s “Here I am, send me!” and the
disciples’ leaving everything to follow Jesus. And so must
our own “Holy, Holy, Holy!” lead us to Christ in the
Eucharist every Sunday, and to a life following him day by
day.
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“Mary, Mother of Jesus, help
us to share the wonders of
the Lord with all whom we
meet on the way.”
SIGNS OF OUR STEWARDSHIP
January 31, 2016
Attendance ………………………………...….……….….…….……... 2,710
In-church Adult Collection .…....…..……...…...…….…... $15,958
Online Giving …………………….……...……...………………….. $5,038
Children’s Collection ……................................................. $915
Devotional Lights ………………….….……..…………..…….….….. $517
Total …………………………………….……….……..……....……... $22,428
ABCD Pledges: $181,000
Parish Goal: $266,000
C
uando era niño mi padre me llevaba al rancho de
mi abuelito en México. En una de esas visitas mi
abuelo y mis tíos estaban quemando la tierra en su
rancho. Mientras el fuego ardía, papa Manuel nos
explicaba que era necesario reducir todo en cenizas
para que la tierra recobrara sus fuerzas y quedará más
fértil. Sin saberlo, mi abuelo me dio la imagen que
hasta hoy sostiene mi concepto del Miércoles de
Cenizas y de la cuaresma.
El Miércoles de Cenizas es la fiesta cristiana que
por lo menos doce siglos ha señalado el comienzo de
la Cuaresma. No cabe duda que para los latinos este
día es de particular atracción. Es uno de los pocos
días del año litúrgico en cual llegamos al templo en
masa con tal de recibir las cenizas en la frente.
Nosotros somos un pueblo enraizado en la tierra y
sabemos que la tierra necesita quemarse de vez en
cuando para seguir produciendo. Nosotros como la
tierra necesitamos dominarnos y cultivarnos para
producir frutos y flores para el Señor y los demás.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Lunes:
1 Re 8:1-7, 9-13; Sal 132 (131):6-7, 8-10;
Mc 6:53-56
Martes:
1 Re 8:22-23, 27-30; Sal 84 (83):3-5, 10-11;
Mc 7:1-13
Miércoles: Jl 2:12-18; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 12-14, 17;
2 Cor 5:20 — 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Jueves:
Dt 30:15-20; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Lc 9:22-25
Viernes: Is 58:1-9a; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 18-19; Mt 9:14-15
Sábado:
Is 58:9b-14; Sal 86 (85):1-6; Lc 5:27-32
Domingo: Dt 26:4-10; Sal 91 (90):1-2, 10-15;
Rom 10:8-13; Lc 4:1-13
Each Friday during the season of Lent, the
liturgy of the Way of the Cross will be celebrated
communally, led by one of the priests or deacons
of the parish: Fridays at 6:00pm in Spanish;
and Fridays at 7:30pm in English. Prayer books
will be provided. All are welcome.
24 HOURS FOR THE LORD - CONFESSIONS AVAILABLE
Throughout the Archdiocese of Miami, all parishes will have confessions
specially scheduled on Friday, March 4th and Saturday, March 5th.
Here at Little Flower, priests will be available to hear confessions in
Church on Friday, March 4th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm; and on Saturday,
March 5th from 8:30am to 1:00pm. All are welcome to partake in the
fountain of mercy!
6:15am
8:00am
9:30am
12:15pm
5:30pm
7:00pm
English Mass with Fr Uko
English Mass with Fr Tran
School Mass with Fr Barajas
Para-Liturgy Service with Fr Davis
Misa en Español con Pd. Barajas
Bi-Lingual Mass with Fr Davis
Have you ever wondered what the Year of Mercy is about? What is the big deal that Pope Francis declared this Year
of Mercy as an Extraordinary Jubilee? Will this theme of Mercy have any real impact on me and my day-to-day
life? Come to the Catholic Casseroles beginning at 6:30 pm on February 17th & 24th and March 2nd & 9th and delve
further into the theology of Mercy with Father Tran. As Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, this February 10th,
come share fellowship and community by enjoying a meal (it's potluck so bring a dish!) and listening to these Lenten
reflections regarding Mercy. Graciously supervised by the Son Flower Hospitality Ministry. Contact the Ministries
Office for more information.
El Padre Barajas va a ofrecer dos noches de reflexión sobre la Cuaresma el lunes, 14 de Marzo y el martes, 15 de Marzo a
las 7:30 pm en la iglesia. Reflexiones sobre la Palabra de Dios, la Cuaresma, y la Conversión a la Misericordia de Dios
serán los temas a discutir. También se ofrecerá Adoración a la Eucaristía y confesiones. Todos están bienvenidos.
Join Father Tran on a spiritual “field trip” to two of Miami’s locations for Jubilee Year of Mercy
Holy Doors on Thursday, March 31st. Parishioners, retirees, Catholic friends, one and all, will
depart Little Flower by chartered bus at 9:15am for a delightful morning of reflection. The
morning excursion will include a 10:00am arrival at Gesu Church, downtown Miami, a walk
through the Holy Door, and a tour and blessing provided by Father Eduardo Alvarez, SJ; a visit
to Saint Mary’s Cathedral at 11:15am, a walk through the Holy Door, a tour provided by the
Rector of the Cathedral, Father Christopher Marino, who will also celebrate Mass with us;
and a buffet lunch in Calle Ocho as part of our return journey to Little Flower. The price for the
bus ticket, the spiritual program, and lunch is $49.95. Only 50 seats available. To get your name
on the list, please call our Director of Advancement, Jorge Perez, 305-446-9950.
In August, in celebration of our parish’s 90th anniversary, Father Tran will be leading a group
pilgrimage to see Saint Therese, her birth place, convent, Basilica and burial place in Lisieux.
The tour will include other highlights such as stops at Normandy, Lourdes and Saint Bernadette,
Mont Saint Michel, Sacre Coeur, Saint Vincent, Notre Dame, and the Eiffel Tower. Free color
brochures are currently available, which advertise a great price for a 9-day trip. A wonderful
summertime spiritual vacation awaits. Register today! For more information contact Father Tran at
the parish office.
Prayer and Life Workshop
A workshop that will
change your life
This 15 session workshop will give you practical tools for
deepening your relationship with God through meditation
and prayer. This is not a bible study class. This is about your
personal relationship with the Father that loves you. You
need not be Catholic to attend and benefit. This workshop
will be offered in English.
MIAMI, FL -- FEBRUARY 19-21, 2016
For more information, please contact:
[email protected]
Retreats for single women
between the ages of 18-35
who would like to take some time
to seriously discern
if God may be calling them
to Religious Life.
In this workshop you will learn to:
1) Be a more integrated person, 2) Establish and nourish
your friendship with God, 3) Improve relationships with
your loved ones and those around you, 4) Find peace within
yourself, and 5) Heal past wounds and learn to deal with
Life’s hurdles.
Where:
Church of the Little Flower
When:
Every Thursday at 7PM,
beginning February 11, 2016
Contact: Maite Mendiola
786-315-6415 or
[email protected]
WOMEN’S EMMAUS RETREAT
The Church of the Little Flower Women’s Emmaus Ministry cordially invites you to
our next retreat. Join us for a weekend of joy, hope and renewal. Make new friends
and take time to strengthen your relationship with God. You will be pampered and loved!
Come to an Emmaus retreat and you will never be the same again!
When: Retreat begins Friday, February 26 at 6:00pm
and ends Sunday, February 28 at 3:30pm
Where: Casa Manresa 12190 S.W. 56th Street (Miller Dr.) Miami, Florida 33183
Registration Forms are available at the Parish Center, or you can contact Aida Briele at 305-772-5508 or at
[email protected] or Betty Brouwer at 305-772-5578 at [email protected]
RETIRO DE EMAUS DE HOMBRES
JESUS y la comunidad de la Parroquia de COTLF te invitan a disfrutar de
un fin de semana lleno de esperanza, renovación y gozo profundo en
el próximo Retiro de Emaus para Hombres el 4, 5, y 6 de marzo. Sera para
ti un fin de semana muy ameno y refrescante.
Para mayor información habla con Jim Anderson, (305) 890-4135, [email protected]
o con Gustavo Cagiao, (305) 431-2392, [email protected]
Sunday, February 7 - 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 am
(†) Eloisa & Enrique Artze
9:00 am
(†) Miguel A. Lanz
10:30 am Missa Pro Populo --
Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
6:15 am
8:00 am
5:30 pm
6:15 am
8:00 am
5:30 pm
(†) Alfredo & Barbara Ginory
(†) Jorge Frech
Father Richard Vigoa’s Birthday
Monday, February 8 - St. Jerome
(†) Roberto Pelaez
(†) Raul Puente & Luis Fernandez Urtiaga
Misa Comunitaria
Tuesday, February 9
Special Intentions of the Arias Family
(†) Julio Luis Perez
Misa Comunitaria
Wednesday, February 10 - Ash Wednesday
6:15 am
(†) Rogelio Suarez
8:00 am
(†) Victorio Navarro
Prayer Service
12:15 pm
5:30 pm
Misa Comunitaria
7:00 pm
For All Students in the Religious Ed Program
Thursday, February 11 - Our Lady of Lourdes
6:15 am
(†) Consuelo Bofil
8:00 am
(†) Martha Melo
Misa Comunitaria
5:30 pm
6:15 am
8:00 am
5:30 pm
Friday, February 12
Carlos Martinez Mole
(†) Emma Diaz
8:00 am
5:00 pm
Sunday, February 14 - 1st Sunday of Lent
7:30 am
Living & Deceaased Memebrs of the
Lagoa-Infante Family
9:00 am
(†) Cristina Parlade
10:30 am Missa Pro Populo --
Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
(†) Ricardo Ramirez
For the Health of Armando & Haydee Nodal
(†) Julia Barrios
 Cynthia Absher
 Jeremy Aguilera
 Pedro Julio Alzola
 Sofia Isabella Anderson
 Vasco Gonzalez Arbulo
 Teresa de Jesus Diaz
Brito
 Blanca Carrillo
 María Centeno
 Enrique Chavarri
 Francisco Corripio
 Andres de Cardenas
 Carolina Nodarse Diaz
 Grace Euribe
 Alexander Tristan
Flores
 Gloria Fonts
 Martha Garcia
 Caridad Garcia
 Linda Genova
 Lucas Giovane
 Christian Godsey
 Zoey Gomez
 Luis Gutierrez
 Luis Heredia
 Ashley Hierrezuelo
 Elsa Ibarra
 Sebastian Javier
 Maria Luisa Lizcano
 Carolina Llerena
 Roberto Naranjo
 Daniel Joseph Nisonger
 Jorge L. Ortega
 Ricardo Peredo
 Janelle Sofia Perez
 Arthur Perry
 Hector E. Ponce
 Ernest Posey, Jr
 Jose F. Ramirez
 Dr. Mercedes Ricon
 Severo & Dulce Rivases
 Eddy Sanchez
 Luis Santana
 Carlos Javier Sequeira
 Gigi Prats
 Gabriel Sierra
 Lucerno Sierra
 Annjulia Silva
 Lydia Sola
 Shawn Stockhausen
 Angel Daniel Suarez
 Lydia Usategui
 Miriam V.
 Matthew Young
Misa Comunitaria
Sunday, February 7
40 Day for Life Signup Weekend
Men’s Emmaus Bake Sale
10:30 am
12:00 pm
2:00 pm
Marriage Covenant Retreat Closing Mass
Legion de Maria: Angelus y Rosario - LH
Baptisms - C
7:00 pm
Monday, February 8
English Bible Study - RPC
7:00 pm
7:oo pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Tuesday, February 9
Confessions - C
Legion of Mary - LH
RCIA - RPC
Charismatic Prayer Group - RPC
Wednesday, February 10
ASH WEDNESDAY
11:00 am
4:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Saturday, February 13
(†) Eloisa & Enrique Artze
(†) Evaristo Luis Garcia, Maria del Rosario &
Leandro Nuñez
STARS Valentine’s Lunch
Rel.Ed. Classes
Rel.Ed. Classes
Emaus de Mujeres - RPC
Legion de Maria - LH
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
Thursday, February 11
ESL Classes - RPC
Catholic Disciples in the Public Square - RPC
Prayer & Life Workshop - RPC
EME Training Session - C
Friday, February 12
No School Today
6:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Via Crucis - C
Stations of the Cross - C
Grupo de Oración Carismático - RPC
Saturday, February 13
No Rel.Ed. Classes Today
8:30 am
11:00 am
6:45 pm
7:30 pm
Confessions - C
Baptisms - C
Bryan Ruiz & Sabine Nehme
Wedding - C
COTLF Valentine’s Gala
Sunday, February 14
Women’s Emmaus Bake Sale
10:30 am
12:00 pm
2:00 pm
RCIA Rite of Sending
Legion de Maria: Angelus y Rosario - LH
Baptisms - 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
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