4020 Curtiss Parkway
Miami Springs, FL 33166

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Fr. Jose Alfaro - Administrator

Fr. Isidro Perez - Parochial Vicar

Rev. Mr. Dennis Jordan- Deacon

Rev. Mr. Jose Aleman - Deacon



March 5 we will celebrate Ash Wednesday, the first day of the liturgical season of Lent. During this season, we prepare ourselves to celebrate the high point of our Christian life, Easter. Every year, the readings for Ash Wednesday are the same. They call us to a change of heart and teach us about the traditional Lenten practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. These disciplines are to be part of the Christian everyday life, but during the season of Lent, we renew our commitment to them.  The meaning behind tracing a cross on our foreheads with ashes, the liturgical sign of Ash Wednesday, is a summary of our Christian life. In one part, the ashes remind us of our origin and our death. Such as in the words of the prayer said when we receive ashes: “Remember that you are dust and to dust you shall return.” The ashes are also the sign of our victory: the cross of Christ. In his death and resurrection, Christ conquered death. Our destiny as Christians is to receive the victory over death that Christ won for us. We acknowledge that victory when we “turn away from sin and are faithful to the gospel,” words we hear when we are signed with ashes.    Today’s Gospel reading is part of the Sermon on the Mount. In the sermon, Jesus warns his followers against acting for the sake of appearances. When Jesus' disciples give alms, pray, and fast, they are to do so in such a way that only God, who sees the heart and knows what is hidden, will know



El 5 de marzo celebraremos el Miércoles de Ceniza, el primer día de la temporada litúrgica de la Cuaresma. Durante esta temporada, nos preparamos para celebrar el punto más alto de nuestra vida cristiana, la Pascua de Resurrección. Cada año, las lecturas para el Miércoles de Ceniza son las mismas. Nos llaman a un cambio de corazón y nos enseñan sobre las prácticas tradicionales de la Cuaresma; oración, ayuno y limosna. Estas disciplinas son parte de la vida cotidiana cristiana, pero durante el tiempo de Cuaresma, renovamos nuestro compromiso con estas.  El significado detrás de trazar una cruz en la frente con cenizas, es el signo litúrgico del miércoles de ceniza y un resumen de nuestra vida cristiana.  Por una parte las cenizas nos recuerdan nuestro origen y nuestra muerte. En las palabras de la oración cuando recibamos las cenizas oímos: "Recuerda que eres polvo y a polvo volverás." Las cenizas también son un signo de nuestra victoria: la Cruz de Cristo. En su muerte y resurrección, Cristo conquistó la muerte. Nuestro destino como cristianos es recibir la victoria sobre la muerte que Cristo ganó para nosotros. Reconocemos esta  victoria cuando escuchamos: "aléjese del pecado y sea fiel al Evangelio," palabras que oímos cuando somos marcado con las cenizas.   La lectura del Evangelio de hoy es parte de Sermón de la Montaña. En este, Jesús advierte a sus seguidores contra la actuación de las apariencias. Cuando los discípulos de Jesús dan limosna, oran, y ayunan, han de hacerlo de tal manera que sólo Dios, quien ve el corazón y sabe lo que está oculto, los vea


Lenten Schedule

Ash Wednesday

March 5 Ashes will be distributed during all Masses
English Masses: 7:30 AM, 9 AM, 12 Noon, and 7 PM
Spanish Mass: 8:30 PM  

Lenten Schedule

Weekday Masses (English): 7:30 AM and 12 Noon
Rosary: daily after the 7:30 AM Mass
Eucharistic Adoration: Wednesdays, 7:30 PM
Stations of the Cross: Fridays, 7 PM
Via Crucis: viernes, 7:45 PM
Confessions: Saturdays, 4 - 5 PM, and Sundays, 10:30 AM – 11 AM
Regulations for Fast and Abstinence:  Ash Wednesday, the Fridays of Lent, and Good Friday are days of abstinence from meat for those 14 years of age and older.   Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are also days of fast (one full meal and two small meals, with nothing eaten between the meals) for those 18 – 59 years of age.

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60th Anniversary Celebration

Click here to view pictures from the Parish 60th Anniversary Mass and the blessing of the Father Joseph T. Carney Enrichment Center.

Saint of the Day

  • Bernadette Soubirous was born in 1844, the first child of an extremely poor miller in the town of Lourdes in southern France. The family was living in the basement of a dilapidated building when on February 11,1858, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to Bernadette in a cave above the banks of the Gave River near Lourdes. Bernadette, 14 years old, was known as a virtuous girl though a dull student who had not even made her first Holy Communion. In poor health, she had suffered from asthma from an early age.

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00pm

Sunday Masses: 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm - Spanish, 5:30pm, 7:00pm - Spanish

Daily Mass: 7:30am - English

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