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sunday, july 7, 2013 - Church of the Little Flower
SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013
14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
PASTOR:
PAROCHIAL VICAR:
IN RESIDENCE:
PERMANENT DEACONS:
Rev. Michael W. Davis
Rev. Harry Loubriel
Rev. Daniel P. Martin
Rev. Matthew S. Ibok
Rev. Sean O’Sullivan
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
5:30pm
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 MARTIN:
Shining a Light in the Darkness
F
ive years ago, I visited the beautiful
La Romana region in the countryside of
the Dominican Republic. I was on the
Seminary’s six-week Spanish immersion and
mission trip. It was a fun, challenging, and
eye-opening trip, and it was the first time that
I experienced complete darkness. The area
where we seminarians were staying was
subject to frequent power outages. One night,
the electricity failed, and, when I woke up,
I couldn’t see a thing. I opened my eyes
wide and shut them tightly. I blinked
repeatedly. For a second, I thought I had gone
blind. I held my hands right in front of my
face, and I still couldn’t see them. And then I
remembered my watch’s Indiglo backlight. I
pressed the button and behold: Let there be
light! The whole room was lit up by the tiny
green light from my watch. All of a sudden, I
could see everything. A little bit of light can
make a big difference!
REILLY PARISH CENTER
2711 Indian Mound Trail
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 446-9950
www.cotlf.org
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @COTLF!
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
Mr. Wayne Carter,
Director of Advancement
Ext. 310
Mr. Juan Del Sol,
Wedding Coordinator
Ext. 311
Dr. Dawn Fontana,
Director of Liturgical Music
Ext. 305
Mrs. Maria Pernas,
Bookkeeper
Ext. 314
Ms. Yamileth Rivera
Receptionist
Ext. 300
Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
Youth Minister
Coordinator of Ministries
Ext. 307
Mr. Milton Somarriba
Church Custodian
Ext. 309
I guess life is a lot like that farmhouse in
the Dominican Republic: A little bit of Light
can make all the difference! As the inscription
above our altar reminds us:
Ms. Vivian Xiqués
Curator of Records
Virtus Training Coordinator
Ext. 302
Sister Maria Kolbe, OCD
Director of Religious Education
(305) 446-5540
Ext. 214
EGO SUM LUX MUNDI.
I AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD.
Mrs. Cris Garcia-Casals
Administrative Assistant
Office of Religious Education
(305) 446-5540
Ext. 213
In the past few weeks, I have been amazed
at how God has worked in the lives of the
people of our parish. I can’t tell you the
number of times that folks have come into
our office in tears sharing their stories
of suffering, sadness, loneliness, guilt,
and anxiety, and have left smiling and
laughing. People come with their problems
and leave with the light of Christ shining in
the darkness. They open their hearts just
enough to let in a little light, and, before long,
they’re experiencing God in a brand new way.
All of a sudden, they’re seeing it. Their whole
world is bright!
F
OURTEENTH SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME
JULY 7, 2013
May I never boast except in the cross of our
Lord Jesus Christ.
— Galatians 6:14
MISSION
T
oday’s first reading from Isaiah was occasioned
by the return of the Jewish people from exile.
The prophet visualizes the Holy City as a mother
welcoming her children home. The people may now
look forward to prosperity and comfort. In this postPentecostal season, the Church attributes this sense
of fulfillment to the Holy Spirit.
Paul, on the other hand, speaks of “the cross of
our Lord Jesus Christ.” It is the single thing of which
he will boast, for it is the means by which we are
re-created. The comfort and prosperity promised in
the first reading are here transformed by a
deepening of the Christian paradox.
Luke’s Gospel describes the calling and the
mission of “seventy-two others,” who are
commissioned to bring in the “harvest.” The number
is symbolic, since according to Jewish tradition the
number of nations in the world is seventy-two. This
then is a universal mission, a catholic mission to all
the world.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
NEXT WEEKEND’S MASS SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, JULY 13TH
8:00 am
5:00 pm
Fr. Ibok
Fr. Martin
SUNDAY, JULY 14TH
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:30 pm
5:30 pm
7:00 pm
Fr. Martin
Fr. Ibok
Fr. Martin
Fr. Loubriel
Fr. Ibok
Fr. Loubriel
I
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
t’s high summer now, school is out, the pace of work
slows, and some people drift away. There are visitors
in the churches every summer, and familiar faces are
“among the missing.” Some find the summer’s call more
appealing than the summons of the church bells. Many,
however, would not dream of missing a Sunday, and so
they make their way to Mass in unfamiliar places,
watching the locals for clues as to when to sit or stand,
where the Communion stations are. In answering the
call, they keep the “sabbatical” rhythm of the Christian
life: every seventh day, the Body of Christ assembles for
worship.
For centuries, there was no obligation to Sunday
Mass in the sense of a written law, but Christians have
always yearned to be together on Sunday. In the city of
Abitina, during a persecution by the Emperor Diocletian,
a group of Christians were urged to stop worshiping
together on Sundays. They responded, “Then take our
lives, for without the Sunday we cannot live.” By a
curious coincidence, the appointed readings today center
us on thoughts of peace. On our Independence Day, the
experience of worship situates us in community, and
evokes a commitment from us to be advocates of peace
in all aspects of our society’s life.
—James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SACRED STEPS:
SACRAMENTAL CELEBRATIONS AT LITTLE FLOWER
Congratulations to our Newly Baptized:
Isabella Helena Giamarino, Gabriel Alejandro Milian,
Silvana Lorraine Emma Proenza
Congratulations and God’s Blessings to Those
Joined in Holy Matrimony:
Humerto Carrion & Ericka Blanco
Humberto Diaz & Jennifer Fernandez
SIGNS OF OUR STEWARDSHIP
Week of June 23, 2013
Attendance …………………..…….…………….... 2,654
Adult Collection …………………...………..... $15,556
Children’s Collection …………..………………… $434
Candles …………………………………...…...………. $490
Total ………………………………………………. $16,480
MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday - July 7 – 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time
7:30 am (†) Oliver Lightcap
9:00 am (†) Mario Kac & Leokadia Sarniak
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm Miembros Vivos y Difuntos de la
Familia de José y Dolores Soler
5:30 pm (†) Emilia Beceña & Miguel Angel
Gonzalez Cuesta
7:00 pm (†) Georgina Bezanilla
Monday - July 8 –
6:15 am Raul Puente & Luis Fernandez Urtiaga
8:00 am (†) Damaris Dominguez
5:30 pm (†) Isabel Carta
Tuesday - July 9 - St. Augustine Zhao Rong
6:15 am (†) Paula Vazquez
8:00 am Cristina Murdock’s Intentions
5:30 pm (†) Miriam Handal
Wednesday - July 10 –
6:15 am For the Health of
Douglas & Virginia Galvez
8:00 am The Greer Family
5:30 pm (†) Felix Rodriguez
Thursday - July 11 - St. Benedict
6:15 am Ana Maria Benitez’s Health
8:00 am Maria E. Chialastri’s Birthday
5:30 pm (†) Aida Morales Feria
Friday - July 12 –
6:15 am Angela del Oso’s Health
8:00 am (†) Pablo Diaz
5:30 pm (†) Enrique Jimenez
Saturday - July 13 – St. Henry
8:00 am Deceased Members of the
Mardenborough & Estornel Families
5:00 pm (†) Luis Espino
Sunday - July 14 – 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time
7:30 am (†) Rosa Rodriguez
9:00 am (†) Mirta Concepcion
10:30 am Members of the Parish Family
12:30 pm Miembros Vivos y Difuntos de la
Familia Portocarrero
5:30 pm Bee & Steven Weinstock’s
Wedding Anniversary
7:00 pm (†) Cristina Lallana-Carballo
PARISH WEEKLY CALENDAR
Sunday, July 7
Monday, July 8
7:00 pm Gaudium Jr High Youth Group - CH
7:00 pm Bible Study - RPC
7:30 pm Men’s Spanish Emmaus - RPC
Tuesday, July 9
7:00 pm Legion of Maria - LH
7:30 pm Entrenamiento: Talleres - RPC
8:00 pm Charismatic Prayer Group - RPC
Wednesday, July 10
7:30 pm Women’s Emmaus - CAF
Thursday, July 11
7:30 pm Men’s English Emmaus - RPC
7:30 pm Cursillo (Esp) - RPC
7:30 pm Cub Scouts Meeting - CAF
Friday, July 12
7:30 pm Grupo Oración Carismático - RPC
Saturday, July 13
8 am
Baptism Preparation Classes - RPC
11, 11:30a, & 12pm Baptisms - C
6:45 pm Wedding - C
Michael J. Aranda Amador & Laura Rodriguez
Sunday, July 14
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
Spend an hour with the Lord!
The Blessed Sacrament is exposed daily,
Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 5pm.
Come and sit with Him awhile.
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 - Steven Michael 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 - Angela del Oso
“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun
has risen: not only because I see it, but because
by it I see everything else.” -C.S. Lewis
CHURCH HAPPENINGS
POPE FRANCIS’ PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR THE MONTH OF JULY
World Youth Day
That World Youth Day in Brazil
may encourage all young Christians
to
become
disciples
and
missionaries of the Gospel.
Asia
That throughout Asia doors may be
open to messengers of the Gospel.
Jornada Mundial de la Juventud
Que la Jornada Mundial de la
Juventud en Brasil anime a todos
los jóvenes cristianos a hacerse
discípulos
y
misioneros
del
Evangelio.
Asia
Que en toda Asia se abran las
puertas a los mensajeros del
Evangelio.
INTENCIONES DEL SANTO PADRE FRANCISCO PARA EL MES DE JULIO
PETER’S PENCE SPECIAL COLLECTION
Thank you for your generous support of the essential work of the Holy Father and his
charitable acts through the Peter’s Pence Collection. Our contributions will be combined with
those from our brothers and sisters around the world to help the Holy Father reach out to those
in need. Thank you for being a Pilgrim of Charity through your generosity.
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Muchas gracias por su generoso apoyo a la imprescindible labor del Santo Padre y sus actos
de caridad por medio de la Colecta de Peter’s Pence. Sus donativos serán sumados a los de
nuestros hermanos y hermanas en todo el mundo para ayudar al Santo Padre a tender la mano a
los más necesitados. Gracias por ser un Peregrino de la Caridad por medio de su generosidad.
COTLF IN THE NEWS
“My God! How little do my countrymen know what precious blessings they are in
possession of, and which no other people on earth enjoy.” -Thomas Jefferson
Though the 2013 Fortnight for Freedom has now come to an end, the impact of those
fifteen days of prayer and action is still making waves! This past week, COTLF made banner
news on the Archdiocese of Miami’s website which ran a story highlighting the beautiful
and challenging homily delivered by Fr. Davis at the start of the Fortnight. The story also
featured the wonderful work of our own Public Square Discipleship ministry. The full text
and audio of Fr. Davis’ homily is available on our Parish website as is a link to the story from
the Archdiocese.
From our Kickoff Mass to the special screening of “For Greater Glory” to the wonderful
Candlelight Prayer Service for the Nation this past Wednesday, COTLF definitely made the
best of this year’s Fortnight for Freedom. Thank you to all who participated in these events
and others throughout the Archdiocese. May we all continue to fight the good fight, to “rise
up and protect and defend our faith, with energy and conviction!”
AROUND THE PARISH
SUMMERTIME CHURCH OFFERINGS
As we continue to research electronic Sunday offering
options, there is one option that is always readily available
to each of us that has a checking account. We can arrange
to have a weekly or monthly check issued electronically by
your bank and sent directly to the Church of the Little
Flower. This will be particularly helpful during the summer
months when so many of us travel and are away from the
parish. As you know, even when we are away, the parish
bills remain the same. Thank you for your continuous good
stewardship of the parish we love so much.
WORLD YOUTH DAY 2013
In a few short weeks, World Youth Day 2013 will be underway in
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Though we did not have enough time to organize a
pilgrimage group this year, we will be following the World Youth Day events
closely here at the parish. We invite you to join the youth of the world in
prayer during this special week by following along with us. We will be
sending out special tweets (@GaudiumCOTLF), Facebook messages
(www.facebook.com/GaudiumCOTLF) and Youth Ministry newsletters in
conjunction with WYD and you can follow along with the major news and
events of WYD 2013 at the official website of WYD: http://rio2013.com/en
Stay tuned for the special announcement of the location of
World Youth Day 2015 - we WON’T be missing that one!
SIGNS AND SYMBOLS
We’ve received a few requests recently for information about the signs and
symbols in our Church building and architecture. Throughout the summer, we’ll
be featuring different areas of the Church to highlight some beautiful signs and
symbols that you may have never noticed before! To get us started, have you ever
realized that you are “wrapped” by the Holy Rosary every time you come to Mass?
The wooden window grills in the nave (From the Dome to the Entrance) of the
Church depict the 15 Glorious, Sorrowful and Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary.
Of course, the Luminous Mysteries aren’t depicted as they were only added to
the Rosary by Blessed Pope John Paul II in his October 2002 Apostolic Letter
Rosarium Virginis Mariae. These beautiful wooden grills are original to the 1952
construction of the main Church building, though the opaque windows that more
clearly define the grills’ designs were added in the 1987 renovation project.
Also, the eight wooden grills at the ends of the transept of the Church
(the cross section of the cruciform structure) depict the Seven Sacraments!
MINISTRIES NEWS AND UPDATES
ATTENTION USHERS!
We are now updating the
roster of Ushers and are
organizing a new system of
communication for the Ushers ministry. If you
are an Usher or would like to become an
Usher, please see Al Lopez at the entrance of
the Church to fill out an information sheet.
Additional copies are located in the Usher’s
closet by the entrance of the Church as well.
Thank you for your service to our Parish!
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN CARISMÁTICO CORAZÓN DE JESÚS
Jesús te invita a alabar,
glorificar, y adorar a nuestro
Dios con el poder del Espíritu
Santo. El grupo se reúne en el
salón parroquial todos los
viernes a las 8:00pm. Para mas
información, favor de contactar
Mercy Ponce al 305-505-5321 o
via email a
FOR INFORMATION ON
CCD REGISTRATION OR
RE-REGISTRATION,
PLEASE PICK UP A FLIER
FROM THE TABLES AT THE DOORS OF THE
CHURCH OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
WWW.COTLF.ORG
MATRIMONIO 2000: PARA LA CONVALIDACIÓN DE
MATRIMONIOS POR LA IGLESIA CATÓLICA
El programa, Matrimonio 2000, es una
preparación para matrimonios que llevan años
de casados por lo civil y no han recibido el
Sacramento de Matrimonio (Convalidación).
El programa es de un día de duración y
se realizara en la Iglesia de Saint Timothy
de 8:15am a 5:30pm. Participan parejas de
las distintas parroquias de la Arquidiócesis de
Miami.
El próximo día de preparación será
el domingo 21 de Julio.
Haga su reservación llamando a
Papucho Peláez al (305) 821-0002.
[email protected]
ATTENTION ALL ENGAGED AND MARRIED COUPLES
Resolve to live your Catholic faith to the
fullest in your marriage. Learn the beauty and
truth of Natural Family Planning (NFP) medically safe, morally sound, and 99% effective
in either postponing or achieving pregnancy without any harmful side effects.
The Couple-to-Couple League will be offering
an NFP class series for engaged and married
couples starting Saturday, July 20th at St. Rose
of Lima.
To register for classes, visit:
http://register.ccli.org
For more information, see ww.live-the-love.org
or contact Javier and Jennifer Castillo, 305-8915045, [email protected]
YOUTH MINISTRY CORNER
Gaudium Jr High Youth Group:
∗
Our next gathering is tomorrow, July 8th at 7pm
in Comber Hall. All rising 6th, 7th and 8th
graders are welcome!
To our Parish High School Teens:
∗
Beginning later this month, we will start our
monthly social gatherings. Stay tuned for more
information about this exciting new initiative
coming soon!
As always, stay up to date on the latest news from
Gaudium Youth Ministry program by liking our
Facebook Page or following us on Twitter!
@GaudiumCOTLF
-Jorge
“TO BE CATHOLIC IS TO BE JOYFUL!”
D
ECIMOCUARTO DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
7 DE JULIO DE 2013
No permita Dios que yo me gloríe en algo
que no sea la cruz de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.
— Gálatas 6:14
MISÍON
L
a primera lectura de hoy, tomada de Isaías, fue
motivada por el retorno del pueblo judío del exilio.
El profeta visualiza la Ciudad Santa como una madre
que da la bienvenida a sus hijos que regresan al hogar.
El pueblo puede ahora esperar prosperidad y
comodidad. En este tiempo después de Pentecostés, la
Iglesia atribuye este sentimiento de satisfacción al
Espíritu Santo.
Pablo, por otro lado, habla de “la cruz de nuestro
Señor Jesucristo”. Es la única cosa de que él se
enorgullece porque es el medio por el cual somos
re-creados. La comodidad y la prosperidad prometidas
en la primera lectura se transforman aquí al profundizar
una paradoja cristiana.
El Evangelio de Lucas describe el llamado a la
misión de “otros setenta y dos”, que son enviados a
recoger la “cosecha”. El número es simbólico, pues
según la tradición judía, el número de naciones en el
mundo es setenta y dos. Esta, entonces, es una misión
universal, una misión católica para todo el mundo.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Gn 28:10-22a; Sal 91 (90):1-4, 14-15ab;
Mt 9:18-26
Martes: Gn 32:23-33; Sal 17 (16):1b, 2-3, 6-7ab, 8b,
15; Mt 9:32-38
Miércoles: Gn 41:55-57; 42:5-7a, 17-24a;
Sal 33 (32):2-3, 10-11, 18-19; Mt 10:1-7
Jueves:
Gn 44:18-21, 23b-29; 45:1-5;
Sal 105 (104):16-21; Mt 10:7-15
Viernes: Gn 46:1-7, 28-30; Sal 37 (36):3-4, 18-19,
27-28, 39-40; Mt 10:16-23
Sábado: Gn 49:29-32; 50:15-26a;
Sal 105 (104):1-4, 6-7; Mt 10:24-33
Domingo: Dt 30:10-14; Sal 69 (68):14, 17, 30-31, 33-34,
36, 37 o 19 (18):8-11; Col 1:15-20; Lc 10:25-37
E
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
n muchos santuarios de Latinoamérica y
Europa se pueden encontrar diversas ofrendas
que han dejado los fieles a través de los siglos.
Entre estas ofrendas es de particular relieve el
exvoto. Exvoto (una frase en latín que se traduce
“del voto”) es el regalo que se le presenta al santo
o a la santa en reconocimiento del favor recibido.
Esto también se llama “manda”.
Los exvotos o mandas toman varias formas
desde pequeñas medallas en forma de la parte del
cuerpo que fue sanado hasta pinturas del milagro
concedido. El exvoto más antiguo en América es
de una pintura mandada a hacer por Hernán
Cortés en honor de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
de Extremadura (España). Esta imagen reconocía
el hecho de ser salvado del piquete de un alacrán
mientras estaba en México. Lamentablemente
esta pintura se extravió en el siglo XIX.
En realidad el santo o la santa no necesita el
exvoto pero los creyentes sí. Estas mandas nos
recuerdan el poder de la intercesión divina en la
vida humana. También nos invitan al
agradecimiento de los favores que Dios nos hace.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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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2645 SW 37th Ave. Suite 505 Diplomate American Board of Dermatology
Miami, Florida 33133
[email protected]
DrMartinDerm.com
T (305) 444-3376 (DERM)
Most Major Insurances Accepted
F (305) 444-7546 (SKIN)
Walk-ins Welcome
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Children, adolescents, young adults and families
Psycho Educational Testing
Adult ADHD
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Pre & Post Divorce Counseling
Parent Coordination
Private In-house Tutoring
All Academic Subjects
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[email protected]
WHY IS IT
A man wakes up after sleeping
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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?
8525 SW 92nd St. Ste A1 Miami, FL 33156
305 630-2909
MARIA DOLORES HAYECK, D.D.S.
Cosmetic & General Dentistry
336 Sevilla Ave. – Coral Gables, FL – 33134
305-444-2120
Mon Bien Aime, Inc.
Recordatorios • Remembrance Cards
Nativity Sets • First Communions • Baptisms
Weddings • Anniversaries • Invitations • Collectibles
10780 W. Flagler (Enter 108 Av)
305-553-6680
Piano Lessons
Georgette Rodríguez-Vázquez, MD
Diplomate American Board of Dermatology
[email protected]
Piano • Keyboard •Theory
Certified
Carmen Cuenca, FSCTM, NCTM
Tel. (305) 554-8744
(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
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Tel: 888-0005 Saturdays Only
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305-767-6795
T ONY G ARCIA
Certified Personal Trainer
Hablo Español
Over 21 Years Experience as a Personal Trainer
Specialities: Weight loss, body building, pain management, fitness therapy
[email protected]
514210 Little Flower Church (B)
www.trainmiami.com
www.jspaluch.com
Sunday-Thursday 11:30am-10pm • Friday-Saturday 11:30am-12midnight
2890 SW 27 Avenue, Miami FL 33133
305.448.4090
4700 West Flagler St., Miami, FL 33134
305.445.2337
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-432-3240
UNIVERSITY DENTAL GROUP
Jesus
A to Z
FAMILY DENTISTRY
RICHARD D. MORALES, D.M.D., F.A.G.D.
Michael O’Neill McGrath, OSFS
305 264 3355
A colorful Catholic ABC
1430 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 312
Coral Gables, FL 33146
(305) 661-8240
www.universitydentalgrouponline.com
Little Flower Parishioner Since ‘96
Georgetown University School of Medicine (1991)
Ph:
www.starorthodontics.com
book for kids and families! Includes a
glossary of questions to help adults pass on
their Catholic faith.
007199 9 x 12 Hardcover
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Opportunities Available for
800-566-6150 www.wlpmusic.com
Experienced & Licensed
Real Estate Agents
[email protected]
2645 SW 37th Ave., Suite 601
(305) 442-0633
Yolanda Flores Licensed Real Estate Broker
2 NE 40th Street • Suite 204
Miami, FL 33137
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PREFERRED,
MEDICARE,
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For the lowest prices every time
give us a try before you buy!
David S.Yglesias
D EALER
P RINCIPAL
Call Today:
NO DEALER FEES
WITH THIS AD
305-592-3673
7245 N.W. 36th St.
www.palmettotruck.com
Hablo Español
Yglesias Family Owned & Operated Since 1966
GEORGE SANTANA, P.A., CRS, CLHMS
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE
REVITALIZE
HEALTHY LIVER FUNCTION TO
DETOXIFY AND LOSE WEIGHT.
Liver Detoxification is the Key to Health.
MENTION THIS AD FOR A FREE DETOX KIT
1301 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., CORAL GABLES, FL 33134
(305) 446-1743
1221 Brickell Ave.
Suite 1500
Miami, FL 33131, USA
Cell: 305-218-9373
FINE & CUSTOM
JEWELRY
Thinking of
Buying
Or
Selling
Give me a call
Se Habla
Español
5753 S.W. 40th Street
Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated
Service you can Trust!
Cell
305.812.6340
5901 SW 74, St. 211, South Miami, FL 33143
Maria Piedra, Realtor Certified Residential Specialist
Construction and Insurance
Claims Consultants
Raul E. Rivero, CGC, PA, MBA
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
Jewelry for Kids
Miami, FL 33155
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
(305) 667-3772
Communions ~ Baptisms
Confirmations
Fax (305) 667-3577
Mario J. Martinez, D.D.S.
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,
please call the Parish Office.
R O O F I N G & WATERPROOFING
Licensed
& Insured
#CCC1326032
• General Contractor
Certified General Contractor
• Construction Management
License #CGC1521048
• Property Claim Representative
All Lines Public Insurance Adjuster
• Insurance Claim Dispute
License #A221477
305.447.8822
Our Specialty is
(RED BIRD CENTER)
[email protected]
Superior Service & Results
www.piedrahomes.com
Your
Doral Dealer
TSRoofingSystems
@TSRoofing
www.305NewRoof.com
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ESTIMATES
www.iccclaims.com
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]
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