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The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary, one of the best known of all Catholic devotions. October includes the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary (October 7). 

 The best way to celebrate the month is, of course, to pray the Rosary.

Domestic Violence Awareness
Concienciación sobre la violencia doméstica
If you, a family member, or friend needs help now, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline, 800-799-727233(24 Hours); 800-787-3224(TTY), www.thehotline.org. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
Si usted, un miembro de su familia o un amigo necesita ayuda ahora, comuníquese con la Línea Directa Nacional contra la Violencia Doméstica, 800-799-727233 (las 24 horas);
800-787-3224 (TTY), www.thehotline.org. Si se encuentra en peligro inmediato, llame al 911.
www.dosp.org/marriage-and-family/domestic-violence

Respect Life | Respetar la vida
This year, we are focusing on St. Joseph, defender of life. His unhesitating adherence to God’s will as he faithfully and lovingly protected the Christ Child and the Blessed Mother bears witness to our own call as Christians.
https://www.respectlife.org/

Holy Rosary | Santo Rosario
Celebrating the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary on October 7.
Celebrando la fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Rosario el 7 de Oct.

Missionary | Misionero
Pope Francis calls for a mission of compassion
El Papa Francisco pide una misión de compasión

Begins at 6:30PM

Demonstrate God’s love to all of us! The Lord of Miracles is a sign of God’s love for each one of us, Christ who gave himself out of love and finds himself with outstretched arms to welcome us. Thank you Lord of Miracles for the miracle of life and love, let our good works and prayers be light for others, especially for children and young people.

Holy Rosary: 6:00PM

The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary, one of the best known of all Catholic devotions. October includes the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary (October 7). 

 The best way to celebrate the month is, of course, to pray the Rosary.

Join our Legion of Mary ministry as the begin the month of October with a Holy Rosary.

2:00pm – Procession with the Virgin of Fatima

12:00PM – Holy Mass in Honor of Miracles of the Lord

2,000 Hail Mary Devotion – Legion of Mary

7:00pm – Holy Mass

Day 1 – Saturday Talent “Sabado Gigante” from 6:00PM-10:00PM. Time to Shine like a Star! Buy your Ticket! Only $15 per Ticket!

Day 2 – Main Festival from 8:30AM-6:00PM. Largest Festival full of entertainments. Mechanical Bull, Food, Music, and much more!! 2 Raffles in one Day!! 1st Big Raffle will win a Party at our Venue. 2nd Raffle is the 50/50 Raffle where 50% of the money collected is donated to the parish and other 50% of the money the winner takes home!!! 

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6:30PM – Holy Rosary with candles. Hosted by Legion of Mary, Catechesis and all Ministries of Our Parish.

7:00PM – Holy Mass

8:30AM -English Mass
6:30PM – Holy Rosary
7:00PM – Bilingual Mass

The Solemnity of All Saints celebrates all those who are in Heaven, in the light of God’s face – both those recognized by the Church as saints and those known only to the Lord. We ask for their intercession and we strive to follow their example, so that we too can fulfill our vocation to be saints.

6:30PM – Holy Rosary
7:00PM – Bilingual Mass
8:00PM 10 11:00PM – Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

November 2nd is All Souls Day, sometimes called the Day of the Dead. On this day, and during the month of November, the Church prays in a special way for the souls of the faithful departed, and individuals pray especially for those whom they have known and loved. The Holy Souls in purgatory died in the mercy of God, thus they are called “holy.” However, because they still had attachment to sin at the time of their death, they must undergo the spiritual purification of their souls before they are able to fully love God with their whole heart, mind, and soul for all eternity. As they are nevertheless part of the communion of saints, they depend upon us to help ease their suffering and quickly advance them through their purification so that they can join the saints in heaven. Those in purgatory cannot pray for themselves, this is why they are also called “poor.” They can no longer merit anything for themselves and rely entirely on living souls to pray and make sacrifices on their behalf

At 6:30PM – Initiation of the 40 Rosaries in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
From November 6 to December 11

6:30PM -Holy Rosary

7:00PM – Holy Mass for the faithful departed of our Parish.

Catholic Liturgical Dates

Feast Dates, Saint Dates, Liturgical Dates, etc.

The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary, one of the best known of all Catholic devotions. October includes the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary (October 7). 

 The best way to celebrate the month is, of course, to pray the Rosary.

Hosted by Ministry-MDS & Multicultural Group
 Begins: 9AM-10AM

September 20 officially kicks off National Migration Week. The week long event (Sept. 20 -26) is an opportunity for the Church to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, immigrants, refugees, children, and victims and survivors of human trafficking. The week will lead to the Vatican’s celebration of World Day of Migrants and Refugees (WDMR), which falls on the last Sunday of September. The theme for this year’ WDMR is “Towards an ever wider ‘WE’” to indicate a common journey for the world. In his letter announcing this year’s theme, Pope Francis emphasizes “this focus calls on us to ensure that after all this, we will think no longer in terms of ‘them’ and ‘those,’ but only us” (Fratelli tutti, no. 35).

Priesthood Sunday is a special day set aside to honor priesthood in the United States. It is a day to reflect upon and affirm the role of the priesthood in the life of the Church as a central one. Thank you to the many priests who have graced our lives and ministered to our needs on the path to know, love, and serve God.

“If God is the center of your life, no words are necessary. Your mere presence will touch hearts.”

“It was pride that changed angels into devils; it is humility that makes men as angels”

The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary, one of the best known of all Catholic devotions. October includes the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary (October 7). 

 The best way to celebrate the month is, of course, to pray the Rosary.

Kindness is my only guiding star. In its light, I sail a straight route, I have my motto written on my sail: “To live in love”

Have confidence in your Guardian Angel. Treat him as a lifelong friend-that is what he is- and he will render you a thousand services in the ordinary affairs of each day.

Every October the Catholic Church in the United States celebrates Respect Life Month, and the first Sunday of October is observed as Respect Life Sunday. As Catholics, we are called to cherish, defend, and protect those who are most vulnerable, from the beginning to the end of their lives, and at every point in between. During the month of October, the Church asks us to reflect more deeply on the dignity of every human life.

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops provides resources to help parishes, schools, families, ministries, and individual Catholics share the Gospel of life during Respect Life Month and throughout the year. In the following pages, you will find a number of resources to help you celebrate Respect Life Month. Action ideas and activities, a sample timeline, homily helps, announcements, and intercessions are provided to help you get started. Adapt these resources as needed to fit your specific circumstances. Additional materials can be found at respectlife.org/respect-life-month.

Today’s feast commemorate the final apparition of the mother of God to the three children and the miracle of the sun at the Cove de Iria in 1917. The Virgin asked to pray the rosary daily, to make pentance, to bring peace to the world and for the conversion of all sinners.
In October 13 of 1917, she revealed herself as the Lady of the Rosary. The apparitions of the Mary as the Lady of Rosary invites us to meditate on the life of Jesus and calls us to conversion that we attain the reward of heaven.

8:30AM -English Mass
6:30PM – Holy Rosary
7:00PM – Bilingual Mass

The Solemnity of All Saints celebrates all those who are in Heaven, in the light of God’s face – both those recognized by the Church as saints and those known only to the Lord. We ask for their intercession and we strive to follow their example, so that we too can fulfill our vocation to be saints.

6:30PM – Holy Rosary
7:00PM – Bilingual Mass
8:00PM 10 11:00PM – Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

November 2nd is All Souls Day, sometimes called the Day of the Dead. On this day, and during the month of November, the Church prays in a special way for the souls of the faithful departed, and individuals pray especially for those whom they have known and loved. The Holy Souls in purgatory died in the mercy of God, thus they are called “holy.” However, because they still had attachment to sin at the time of their death, they must undergo the spiritual purification of their souls before they are able to fully love God with their whole heart, mind, and soul for all eternity. As they are nevertheless part of the communion of saints, they depend upon us to help ease their suffering and quickly advance them through their purification so that they can join the saints in heaven. Those in purgatory cannot pray for themselves, this is why they are also called “poor.” They can no longer merit anything for themselves and rely entirely on living souls to pray and make sacrifices on their behalf

At 6:30PM – Initiation of the 40 Rosaries in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
From November 6 to December 11

6:30PM -Holy Rosary

7:00PM – Holy Mass for the faithful departed of our Parish.

Liturgical Resources

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2021 Year of
St. Joseph, the Worker
Joseph is also a father in obedience to God: with his ‘fiat’ he protects Mary and Jesus and teaches his Son to “do the will of the Father.”
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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
USCCB is a national membership organization of the Catholic Bishops in the United States.
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Diocese of St. Petersburg
The Diocese is a joyful community of disciples proclaiming the Good News and inviting all people to encounter the love and mercy of Jesus Christ

Resources for our Community

Community Service

Providing educational classes and services to our community.

Food Pantry

Mondays from 10:00am to 12:00pm
Wednesdays from 9:00am to 10:30am

Garage Sale

Every Wednesday at 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM

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Giving by Online, Text, Paypal

This year the theme for APA is: Hope in the Lord, a message that states who we are and how our hope gives us strength. Giving to the Annual Pastoral Appeal is an additional way we can extend hope to others. For more information on how you can help make a difference or to make a gift, click the button below.
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MASS TIMES & OFFICE HOURS

Please join us! We are currently having Daily Liturgy Masses at regular scheduled hours. For Weekday Masses join us online through our Facebook page.

Parish Office Hours
Mondays through Fridays: 9:00am to 5:00pm 

Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:30pm (English)
Sunday 7:45pm
(Spanish)
Sunday 10:00am (English)
12:00pm 
(Spanish)

Daily Masses
 8:30am: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, & Saturday
7:00pm: Wednesday
If you are in need of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, please call the office to make arrangements

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