Pope Francis instituted ‘The Sunday of the Word of God’ to be held every year on the third Sunday of Ordinary Time and invites parishes “to let ourselves be nourished by the Bible, in order to acknowledge and live fully our relationship with Him and with our brothers and Sisters.”
We are asking ALL parishioners at Saint Andrew Church, to bring your bible to mass. The priest will blessed the bibles at every Mass to Enthrone the Bible in your home.
For the second time in two weeks, hurricanes have made landfall in Nicaragua and Honduras. Hurricane Eta made landfall in Central America Nov. 3, 2020, as a devastating category 4 storm. Fourteen days later, Nov. 17, 2020, Hurricane Iota struck the same area again, also as a category 4 storm.
Reports coming from Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala show complete destruction of homes and neighborhoods. Landslides caused by the heavy rain also have killed at least 100 people.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is asking for your support to help the victims of Eta and Iota. 100% of your donation to Catholic Charities will go toward local Caritas organizations in those countries to help alleviate the suffering.
On Thursday morning, the parishioners donations for the Respect Life Month were sent to the local Respect Life Office for distribution to those in need. At the same time a large donation of food arrived for the Outreach Ministry. A big “Thank You” to all for your generosity.
COURAGE AND CONVICTION: THE TRUE STORY OF COLUMBUS
“A thorough examination of the life and legacy of the fearless discoverer of America, narrated by actor Chazz Palminteri, this film provides insight into Christopher Columbus’ remarkable genius as a sea navigator as well as his deep desire to bring all nations to Christ. Through expert interviews and archival footage, we look at the origins of Columbus Day and the symbolic role that Columbus has for Catholic immigrants, especially Italian Americans. Finally, the film addresses the current indictments against Christopher Columbus with boldness and exposes the motives behind the attacks of revisionist historians. Courage and Conviction shows why Christopher Columbus remains not only a man worthy of admiration, but a noble icon of what it means to be a Catholic and an America.”
Now more than ever, we need good news and since our mission is to deliver good news to families around the country we have created the National Good News! Day to celebrate the American spirit through the goodness of our people, the richness of our culture, and the blessings of our God with stories that will inspire us to Read. Lead. Succeed.
“The news lately can be scary for many, especially, children and teens,” said Liz Lantigua, founder and CEO of Good News! Book Fair. “We want to give them perspective through inspirational speakers who will be sharing their messages of opportunity, hope, 2nd chances and the resilience of our people and our country.”
We will be sharing good news in a free 2-hour streaming program on October 15, from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM EST.
The Archdiocese of Miami is participating in the worldwide giving initiative, International Day of Charity on September 5, 2020. Our launch of the 2020 International Day of Charity campaign will honor of the charitable works completed by Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta. This campaign will raise funds to provide relief for the most vulnerable and marginalized communities.