Rev. Mr. Roberto Fleitas Rev. Mr. Raul Flor

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Rev. Mr. Roberto Fleitas Rev. Mr. Raul Flor
ASSIGNED CLERGY:
PASTOR:
Rev. Michael W. Davis
PAROCHIAL VICARS:
Rev. Daniel P. Martin
Rev. Abel E. Barajas
PERMANENT DEACONS:
Rev. Mr. Roberto Fleitas
Rev. Mr. Raul Flores
Rev. Mr. Miguel Parladé
PARISH OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - Wednesday
Thursday - Friday
MASS SCHEDULE:
MONDAY - FRIDAY 6:15 am
8:00 am
12:15 pm
5:30 pm
English
English
English
Spanish
SATURDAY
VIGIL
8:00 am
5:00 pm
English
English
SUNDAY
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
English
English
English
Spanish
English
Spanish
8:30 am to 8:00 pm
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
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CONFESSIONS:
SATURDAY
8:30 am to 10:00 am
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s you know, for some time now, I have been discerning
what to do with the looming challenges presented by
the limits of a smaller number of priest personnel here at
Little Flower. In the months and years to years come, there
may need to be a realignment of our Mass schedule,
whether daily or weekend.
A couple years ago, you will recall, there were six priests
working here. Then there were five. Now, with Father
O’Sullivan’s recent move, and Father Ibok’s immanent
departure this summer, we will have three assigned priests
working at the parish. When one of us is on vacation, it will
leave two, and during their weekly day off, it will mean one
available priest. Fridays will be particularly difficult, when
there is a funeral and a wedding also on the schedule. It is
unrealistic to think that four and five Masses per day can
continue under those circumstances. Even Canon Law says
that a priest is only to do two Masses per day.
The ministerial and administrative demands of our
large parish take the priests into many varying daily
involvements, appointments, emergency calls, hospital
visits, (even in the middle of the night), often off parish
grounds. The priest who celebrates a funeral, for example,
which may begin at 10:30am, likely doesn’t return to the
office to resume work for several hours, due to the distance
to Queen of Mercy cemetery for the rite of burial, and the
traffic in transit. Meals have to somehow be scheduled too
in the midst of a very busy day.
A couple months ago, I announced that we would
cancel the 12:15pm Mass after Memorial Day. This, indeed,
will take place. I also mentioned that I would furlough the
6:15am daily Mass for the eight or nine weeks that are in the
middle part of the summer. Our summertime attendance
drops by 50% during these weeks. Simplification is probably
a good thing, even common sense. Given other liturgical
options in the neighborhood, it really would have not been
much of an inconvenience.
Earlier this spring, I received a letter signed by a small
number of parishioners, petitioning that I do what I can to
keep the 6:15am Mass, even during the summer months. It’s
an understandable and noble request. But, it’s going to
require some sacrifice on all of our parts.
Today I am pleased to announce that (as a result of a
nearly heroic effort of re-scheduling) we will be able to
continue the 6:15am through July 25th. But, it now comes
with a request for flexibility and patience on your part. We
will NOT have the 6:15am for three weeks, beginning July
28th thru August 14th. We will, however, be able to resume
the 6:15am Mass on the Solemnity of the Assumption,
August 15th. As such, instead of nine weeks without the
early morning liturgy, it will now only be three. The good
news is that we have two other daily liturgies available for
the spiritual sustenance of the community.
I appreciate your willingness to sacrifice and show
understanding. Penance and charity are very good virtues
which allow godly longing to grow in our hearts. May we
always be equally concerned about each other’s wellbeing,
and give good witness to our faith.
2711 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-9950
www.cotlf.org
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OFFICE STAFF
Mrs. Irma Aguilar
Ext. 300
Receptionist
Data Processing Coordinator
Mrs. Maria Elena Chialastri,
Ext. 306
Office Manager
Administrative Assistant to the Pastor
Mr. Juan Del Sol,
Ext. 311
Wedding Coordinator
Dr. Dawn Fontana,
Ext. 305
Director of Liturgical Music
Mrs. Cris Garcia-Casals
(305) 446-5540
Administrative Assistant
Office of Religious Education
Sister Maria Kolbe, OCD
(305) 446-5540
Director of Religious Education
Mr. Mark Landia
Ext. 308
Resource Officer for Communications and Protocol
Mrs. Maria Pernas,
Ext. 314
Bookkeeper
Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
Ext. 307
Youth Minister
Coordinator of Ministries
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
Administrated by
The Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart
Sr. Caridad, OCD., Principal
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.
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TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
MAY 11, 2014
He himself bore our sins in his body upon the
cross, so that, free from sin, we might live for
righteousness.
— 1 Peter 2:24a
FOLLOWING THE GOOD SHEPHERD
T
he joyful tone of the past three Sundays of
Easter is a little darker today. All three
readings remind us of suffering, death, and sin. We,
like Peter’s audience in the first reading, can ask,
“What are we to do?” And the answer will be the
same: we must reform. Or, as Peter says in his first
Letter, we have strayed like sheep and must return
to the shepherd.
Jesus describes himself as a shepherd in today’s
Gospel, and we know it was one of the earliest
images of Christ in the apostolic church. Today’s
passage continues the darker theme of the first two
readings. Danger lurks and the sheep need
protection. They might follow a false leader; they
might be stolen or destroyed. Only in Jesus Christ
will we be safe. Only in him will we have eternal
life.
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TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
very rectory office has received a panicked
phone call from a person who has been invited
to serve as a godparent, or from someone newly
engaged, who suddenly “needs to get confirmed.”
While the lack of confirmation is not an obstacle
for marriage, it is for godparenting. Many are
surprised that the Church seems to be looking for a
kind of sacramental “seal” on one’s baptism before
the door opens fully to this ministry. Yet if you
think about it, would you want someone to guide
you to a place that he or she had not yet been? A
godparent has to be someone who has “been there”
and knows the way.
Although signet rings and wax seals have
passed from use, our society depends on “seals of
approval” ranging from certificates of quality to the
familiar safety seals on medicines and foods. While
Eucharist is the “seal” of the sacrament of baptism,
there is a sense in which one’s Christian initiation is
also incomplete without confirmation. Have you
been confirmed? Perhaps it’s time to inquire now,
before you have to make that dreaded phone call!
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SACRED STEPS:
SACRAMENTAL CELEBRATIONS AT LITTLE FLOWER
Congratulations to our Newly Baptized:
Kiara Alexa Merlos, Freddy Javier Muñoz Vega
Congratulations and God’s Blessings to those Joined in
Holy Matrimony:
Liam Dillon & Claudia Amaya
John M. Bryant & Katerina Sanchez
Rest in Peace. We Pray for Those Who Have Entered
Eternity:
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
NEXT WEEKEND’S MASS SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, MAY 17TH
8:00 am
5:00 pm
Fr. Barajas
Fr. Davis
SUNDAY, MAY 18TH
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Fr. Davis
Fr. Ibok
Fr. Davis
Fr. Barajas
Fr. Ibok
Fr. Barajas
SIGNS OF OUR STEWARDSHIP
Weekend of April 27, 2014
Attendance …………………………………..……………………….. 3,087
Adult Collection ……………….………………..……..………. $17,900
Children’s Collection ………..….…..………………………....... $671
Devotional Lights ………..….….………...…………...…….…… $550
Total ……………………….………………………....………………... $19,125
Thank you for supporting your parish!
Just as we plan to ensure financial health for our families, we must plan for the
health of our faith families. Your planned gift to our endowment will provide
financial support forever. You have a wonderful catholic heritage – Pass it on!
For more information on how your gift can last forever, contact the Office of
Planned Giving at (305) 762-1110.
MASS INTENTIONS
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Sunday, May 11 - 4th Sunday of Easter
(†) Rosa Rodriguez
Mother’s Day Novena
Missa Pro Populo - Members of the Parish Family
(†) Alicia Rodriguez
(†) Aida Morales Feria
Intenciones de la Familia Portocarrero
Mother’s Day Novena
Patrick & Luisa Kelly
Maria Murdock’s Intentions
(†) Cesar Martinez
8:00 am
5:00 pm
Tuesday, May 13
6:15 am
8:00 am
12:15 pm
5:30 pm
Mother’s Day Novena
(†) Luis Espino
Murdock Family Intentions
7:30 am
(†) Aida Morales Feria
Wednesday, May 14
6:15 am
8:00 am
12:15 pm
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
6:15 am
8:00 am
12:15 pm
5:30 pm
Monday, May 12
6:15 am
8:00 am
12:15 pm
5:30 pm
6:15 am
8:00 am
12:15 pm
Mother’s Day Novena
(†) Jose & Eduardo Burbano
Kevin Murdock’s Intentions
(†) Justina y Celestina Hernandez
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Thursday, May 15
Mother’s Day Novena
(†) Elena Angulo Andrew
Max & Elionora Cacchione’s
10th Wedding Anniversary
(†) Jimmy Blanco
Friday, May 16
Mother’s Day Novena
(†) Rev. Michael Keller
In Thanksgiving
Maria Isabel Murcia - Happy Birthday!
Saturday, May 17
Mother’s Day Novena
(†) Miguel & Maria Teresa Andux
Sunday, May 18 - 5th Sunday of Easter
Living & Deceased Members of the
Lagoa-Infante Family
Mother’s Day Novena
Missa Pro Populo - Members of the Parish Family
Familia Jimenez y Lauzardo
(†) Juana Angeles
(†) Ana T. De Castro
LET US PRAY FOR THOSE IN NEED - OREMOS POR LOS NECESITADOS
Carlos Javier Sequeira - Greg Davis - Teresa de Jesus Diaz Brito - Alberto Roldan - Luly Exposito - Ivan Jordana - Matthew Young Carolina Nodarse Diaz - Teresa de Jesus Diaz- Brito - Yolanda Santos de Folgar - Martha Garcia - Vasco Gonzalez Arbulo - Jorge L. Ortega Carlos Martinez Mole - Gladys Ramirez - Jeremy Aguilera - Luis Gutierrez - Carolina Llerena
PARISH WEEKLY CALENDAR
Sunday, May 11 - Happy Mother’s Day!
Men’s Emmaus Bake Sale
12:00 pm
2:00 pm
Legion de Maria: Angelus y Rosario - LH
Baptisms Scheduled - C
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Monday, May 12
Gaudium Jr. High Youth Group - CH
Bible Study - RPC
Emaus de Hombres - RPC
VBS Junior Volunteer Training - CH
4:30 pm
7:oo pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Tuesday, May 13
Fatima Procession and Mass - C
Legion of Mary - LH
Talleres Training - RPC
Charismatic Prayer Group - RPC
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Wednesday, May 14
Prayer and Life Workshop - RPC
Women’s Spanish Emmaus - RPC
Legion de Maria - LH
Spanish Choir Rehearsal - C
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Thursday, May 15
Talleres de Oracion y Vida - RPC
Boy Scouts - CAF
Choir Rehearsal - STS
Finance Council Meeting - RPC
Public Square Discipleship - RPC
Cursillo - RPC
Friday, May 16
Men’s Emmaus Retreat Begins
7:30 pm
Grupo Oración Carismático - RPC
Saturday, May 17
CCD First Communions Today
8:30 am
11 am
6:45 pm
Confessions - C
Baptisms - C
Wedding - C
Francisco J. Gonzalez & Paola M. Hernandez
12:00 pm
2:00 pm
5:00 pm
Sunday, May 18
Legion de Maria: Angelus y Rosario - LH
Baptisms Scheduled - C
Catechist Appreciation Evening - CAF
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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t the end of the day, shepherds would bring their sheep to a common sheepfold,
leading them through a gate that was guarded during the night. Shepherds would give
names to their sheep and call to them when daylight came, leading them back out to
pasture. Because the sheep recognized the shepherd’s voice there was no mix-up with sheep
that belonged to others.
The idea that shepherds had a name for each of their sheep brings home the difference
between a good shepherd and a stranger. The good shepherd was concerned not only for
the flock but for each sheep in it. He knew them and they knew him. “They will not follow a
stranger; they will run away from him, because they do not recognize the voice of
strangers” (John 10:5).
There are two words in Greek for “good”—agathos and kalos. Agathos refers to moral
goodness, as in being a “good person.” Kalos refers to being “good at” something. Certainly
Jesus is the Good Shepherd in both senses, but the word used here is kalos, emphasizing his
being “good at” shepherding.
Jesus knows his sheep by name, leads them to safety when darkness falls, and returns
them to pasture. He was willing to lay down his life for them. Most comforting of all, he
came then and comes now so we might have life and have it more abundantly. This image
challenges all who have been called to be shepherds in today’s church, to be good
shepherds and to be good at shepherding.
—Rev. Joseph J. Juknialis, Copyright © 2013, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.
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l terminar el día los pastores traen a sus ovejas a un mismo redil guiándolas a través de
una puerta que había sido custodiada durante la noche. Los pastores le ponían nombre a sus ovejas y las llamaban al amanecer, guiándolas de nuevo al pasto. Ya que las ovejas
reconocían la voz de su pastor no se confundían con las ovejas que pertenecían a otros.
El que los pastores le dieran nombre a cada una de sus ovejas nos deja clara la diferencia
entre un buen pastor y un extraño. El buen pastor se preocupaba no sólo de su rebaño en
general, sino de cada oveja en particular. Ellas lo conocían a él y él las conocía a ellas.
Las ovejas “nunca siguen a un extraño, sino que huyen de él, porque su voz les resulta
desconocida” (Juan 10:5).
Existen dos palabras en griego para significar “bueno”: agathos y kalos. Agathos se refiere
a la bondad moral, como ser una “buena persona”. Kalos quiere decir ser “bueno en” o
“para” algo. Ciertamente Jesús es el Buen Pastor en ambos sentidos, pero la palabra que se
usa aquí es kalos, a fin de enfatizar que él es “bueno para” pastorear.
Jesús conoce a sus ovejas por nombre, las dirige hacia un lugar seguro al caer la noche y
las regresa al pasto. Él estuvo dispuesto a entregar su vida por ellas. Y lo más consolador es
que vino entonces y viene ahora para darnos vida y vida en abundancia. Esta imagen nos
desafía a todos los que hemos sido llamados a ser pastores en la Iglesia de hoy a ser buenos
pastores y ser buenos para pastorear.
—Padre Joseph J. Juknialis, Derechos de autor © 2013, World Library Publications. Todos los derechos reservados.
Our quarterly Healing Mass
for the infirmed, the weak,
the aged, and those facing
surgery is scheduled for
Tuesday, May 20th at 7:00pm.
Multiple priests will be
present to bestow the Sacrament of the
Anointing of the Sick. Please mark your
calendars and join us!
UPCOMING MEETINGS
Finance Council Meeting
Thursday, May 15th at 7:30 pm
Reilly Parish Center,
Executive Meeting Room, 2nd Floor
Parish Council Meeting
Wednesday, May 28th at 7:30pm
Comber Hall.
ITALY PILGRIMAGE INFORMATION EVENING
Have you ever thought going on a pilgrimage to Italy? A group
travel experience? Considering plans for a family trip over
Christmas break? The trip of a lifetime as a married couple?
Join us for an information meeting on our upcoming
Christmas break parish-pilgrimage-to-Italy (scheduled for
December 25 thru January 3).
The meeting will take place on Tuesday, June 3rd,
at 7:30pm in the Parish Office Building Executive Meeting Room, Second Floor. Father Davis
looks forward to telling you all about Italy and the exciting journey of a group pilgrimage.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEWLY CONFIRMED!
 Elizabeth Arritola
 Monica Barragan
 Sarah Chapman
 Gerald Chapman
 John Cuddihy
 Justin Diaz
 Yoerlys Diaz
 Alan Garces
 Lauren Golden

Cynthia Ann Hernandez
 Emalie Hernandez
 Vincent Horne
 Carlos Jacoby
 Miguelangel Juan
 Joseph Kulbeth
 Clara Y.S. Llamozas
 Nicole Lopez
 Patricio Lopez
 Andrew Lorenzen
 Roland Losas
 Jorge Juan Merlo
 Richard Morales
 Ekaterina Muñiz
 Victoria Muñiz
 Alejandro Mutis
 Matthew Otalora
 Gabrielle Perez
 Kiahna Perez
 Farid Pino
 Anna Caroline Rauh
 Margaret Rodriguez
 Laura Rodriguez
 Harry Sanchez

Alessandra Sanchez-Medina
 Sallie Blair Strickroot
 Roger Torres
 Sophia Vargas
 Vanessa Vega
 Victoria Villalba
VBS 2014 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
On Tuesday, May 13th, the
Church of the Little Flower will
be celebrating the Feast of Our
Lady of Fatima with a Rosary
Procession at 5:00pm and the
Holy Mass, with Consecration to
the Immaculate Heart of Mary, at
5:30pm. We urge you to bring the children and
any sick members of your family to obtain
abundant blessings.
El Martes, 13 de May0, en nuestra parroquia de
Little Flower, se celebrara la Fiesta de Nuestra
Señora de Fátima, con un Rosario durante la
Procesión a las 5:00 pm y después la Santa
Misa, con la Consagración al Inmaculado
Corazón de Maria a las 5:30 pm. Les sugerimos
que traigan a los muchachos y a sus familiares
que se encuentran enfermos para que reciban
bendiciones abundantes.
Join
the
on
Wednesday, May 14th in the
Reilly Parish Center for a potluck luncheon!
For more information about the St. Teresa
Active Retired Seniors program, please contact
Maria Elena Coto at (305) 491-4133.
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA
Next Meeting:
Monday, May 12, 2014
at 12:30 p.m in the Reilly
Parish Center Main Hall.
Bring a bit of lunch.
Meeting starts at 1pm
Registration for Vacation Bible School:
Weird Animals, taking place the weeks of
June 16 and June 23, 2014 is OPEN!
SPOTS ARE FILLING QUICKLY
SO REGISTER TODAY!
Please visit
https://www.groupvbspro.com/
vbs/ez/littleflower
PUBLIC SQUARE DISCIPLESHIP
The next meeting of the
Public Square Discipleship
Ministry will take place
this Thursday, May 15th
at 7:30 pm in the Reilly
Parish Center Main Hall.
All are welcome!
BEST BUDDIES PRESENTATION
ALL 6TH-8TH GRADERS ARE INVITED TO JOIN US
TOMORROW AT 7PM IN COMBER HALL FOR A
SPECIAL PRESENTATION ON BEST BUDDIES BY A
MEMBER OF OUR OWN GAUDIUM LEAD TEAM.
THIS IS OFFERED AS PART OF THE “ISSUE
NIGHTS” SEGMENT OF THE JR HIGH YOUTH
MINISTRY PROGRAM. SEE YOU TOMORROW!
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DOMINGO DE PASCUA
11 DE MAYO DE 2014
Cargado con nuestros pecados, subió al madero
de la cruz, para que, muertos al pecado, vivamos
para la justicia.
— 1 Pedro 2:24a
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SIGAMOS AL BUEN PASTOR
l tono de alegría de los tres domingos pasados
se ensombrece hoy. Las tres lecturas nos
recuerdan el sufrimiento, la muerte y el pecado.
Nosotros, igual que la audiencia de Pedro en la
primera lectura, podemos preguntar, “¿Qué
tenemos que hacer?” Y la respuesta es la misma:
Tenemos que convertirnos. O, como Pedro dice en
su primera carta, nos hemos extraviado como las
ovejas perdidas y tenemos que regresar al pastor.
En el Evangelio de hoy Jesús se describe a sí
mismo como el pastor y sabemos que fue una de las
primeras imágenes de Cristo en la Iglesia de los
apóstoles. El pasaje de hoy continúa el tema más
sombrío de las dos primeras lecturas. El peligro
acecha y las ovejas necesitan protección. Podrían
seguir un guía falso, podrían ser robadas o
destruidas. Sólo con Jesús estarán a salvo. Sólo con
Jesús lograremos la vida eterna.
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TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
l 19 de abril en Uruguay se conmemora a la
Virgen del Verdún, que está colocada sobre una
columna de seis metros en uno de los cerros que
rodean la ciudad de Minas. Esta imagen fue puesta
allí por el párroco don José De Luca en 1900. Su
intención era dedicar esta imagen en recuerdo del
siglo diecinueve y recibir así el siglo veinte,
dedicándolo a María Inmaculada en honor de Cristo
Redentor.
En el 2007 la peregrinación a la Virgen del Verdún
llevaba como lema “De la mano de María, discípulos y
misioneros de Jesucristo”. Este bello refrán nos
recuerda que vamos caminando de la mano de María,
nuestra hermana en la fe, para ser como ella,
discípulos de su hijo y misioneros del mensaje
redentor de Jesucristo. No obstante, hay que
reconocer que muchos cristianos, especialmente
nosotros, los latinoamericanos, nos quedamos sólo
con María y nunca llegamos a Jesús. Eso a María no le
gusta ya que toda reverencia a ella debe abrirnos a
recibir a su único hijo, Jesús, y adorarlo como nuestro
único Señor y salvador.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Hch 11:1-18; Sal 42 (41):2-3; 43:3, 4;
Jn 10:11-18
Martes:
Hch 11:19-26; Sal 87 (86):1b-7; Jn 10:22-30
Miércoles: Hch 1:15-17, 20-26; Sal 113 (112):1-8;
Jn 15:9-17
Jueves:
Hch 13:13-25; Sal 89 (88):2-3, 21-22, 25,
27; Jn 13:16-20
Viernes: Hch 13:26-33; Sal 2:6-11ab; Jn 14:1-6
Sábado:
Hch 13:44-52; Sal 98 (97):1-4; Jn 14:7-14
Domingo: Hch 6:1-7; Sal 33 (32):1-2, 4-5, 18-19;
1 Pe 2:4-9; Jn 14:1-12
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F (305) 444-7546 (SKIN)
Lucy K. Martin, MD
Diplomate American Board
of Dermatology
[email protected]
DrMartinDerm.com
Most Major Insurances Accepted
Walk-ins Welcome
WHY IS IT
A man wakes up after sleeping
under an ADVERTISED blanket
on an ADVERTISED mattress
and pulls off ADVERTISED pajamas
bathes in an ADVERTISED shower
shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
brushes his teeth
with ADVERTISED toothpaste
washes with ADVERTISED soap
puts on ADVERTISED clothes
drinks a cup
of ADVERTISED coffee
drives to work
in an ADVERTISED car
and then . . . .
refuses to ADVERTISE
believing it doesn’t pay.
Later if business is poor
he ADVERTISES it for sale.
WHY IS IT?
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Mention Ad for 1 FREE LESSON Upon Registry
Georgette Rodríguez-Vázquez, MD
Diplomate American Board of Dermatology
[email protected]
Carmen Cuenca, FSCTM, NCTM
(305) 742-6466
MARIO A. SABATÉS, M.D.
Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology
6351 Sw 72nd Street, Suite 200
T: 305.667.5480
Diseases and Surgery of the Eye
1385
Coral
Way,
3rd Floor, Miami
Tel: 854-3307
F: 305.667.5482
Miami, FL 33143
www.southmiamidermatology.com
2900 W. 12th Ave., Ste. 5, Hialeah
Tel: 888-0005 Saturdays Only
LISVAN DIAZ
Sales Representative
8400 NW 36 ST STE 350
Doral, FL 33166
C 786-214-0043
O 305-698-3125
F 305-698-3169
[email protected]
514210 Little Flower Church (B)
www.jspaluch.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-432-3240
UNIVERSITY DENTAL GROUP
FAMILY DENTISTRY
2645 SW 37th Ave., Suite 601
RICHARD D. MORALES, D.M.D., F.A.G.D. Georgetown University School of Medicine (1991)
(305) 442-0633
The Solution Group (“TSG”) is an
LD BASKETBALL ACADEMY
international consolidated company focused on
Ph:
1430 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 312
Coral Gables, FL 33146
(305) 661-8240
www.universitydentalgrouponline.com
Little Flower Parishioner Since ‘96
“Teaching Fundamentals”
conceptualizing the real estate market
opportunities and selling innovation in the industry.
Our current projects:
• cassa brickell
• Hollywood Station
• cassa at Georgetown (Lauderhill)
• IPP Income Producing Properties
(Dade, Broward & Palm Beach)
www.thesolutiongroup.net
(786) 587-4992
1ST Class Free
305 264 3355
Yolanda Flores
www.starorthodontics.com
Licensed Real Estate Broker
D EALER
P RINCIPAL
NO DEALER FEES
WITH THIS AD
305-592-3673
7245 N.W. 36th St.
www.palmettotruck.com
Hablo Español
[email protected]
786.483.2918
For the lowest prices every time
give us a try before you buy!
David S.Yglesias
Call Today:
HUMANA, UNITED,
PREFERRED,
MEDICARE,
AND OTHERS.
Yglesias Family Owned & Operated Since 1966
Your
Doral Dealer
MARIA DOLORES HAYECK, D.D.S.
Cosmetic & General Dentistry
Warm Hearts
336 Sevilla Ave. – Coral Gables, FL – 33134
305-444-2120
Children’s Clothing Boutique
4746 SW 72nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33155
Cell 305.812.6340
Tele: 305 663 8117
5901 SW 74, St. 211, South Miami, FL 33143
Mon.-Sat. 11AM-6PM
Superior Service & Results
www.piedrahomes.com
Maria Piedra, Realtor Certified Residential Specialist
Mario J. Martinez, D.D.S.
FINE & CUSTOM
JEWELRY
[email protected]
Pediatric Dentist
Specializing in Infants,
adolescents and teenagers
(RED BIRD CENTER)
5753 S.W. 40th Street
6601 S.W. 80th Street • Suite 212
South Miami, FL 33143 305-666-2068
Clothes Alterations – Alteraciones de Ropa
Our Specialty is
Jewelry for Kids
Miami, FL 33155
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
(305) 667-3772
Communions ~ Baptisms
Confirmations
Fax (305) 667-3577
R O O F I N G & WATERPROOFING
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Licensed
& Insured
Dresses for All Occasions - Baptism,
Communion, Prom and Gala
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305.321.7992 - [email protected]
TSRoofingSystems
Mon Bien Aime, Inc.
@TSRoofing
www.305NewRoof.com
FREE
ESTIMATES
Recordatorios • Remembrance Cards
Nativity Sets • First Communions • Baptisms
Weddings • Anniversaries • Invitations • Collectibles
10780 W. Flagler (Enter 108 Av)
305-553-6680
639-7663
Medical
GMI
Care Services
GREATER MIAMI INVESTMENTS, INC.
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER • REAL ESTATE SERVICES
Iliana Abella
REALTOR
514210 Little Flower Church (A)
60 ARAGON AVENUE
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
[email protected]
www.gmirealestate.com
www.jspaluch.com
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]
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-432-3240

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