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Current Bulletin

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Mass Times

ENGLISH
Monday - Friday 7 a.m. & 8:30 a.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.

Saturday Vigil: 5:30 p.m.

Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. HEALING MASS: 7:00 p.m. (English)
Dimanche: 3:00 p.m. (Français/Créole)
Domingo: 5:00 p.m. (Español)

Church rectory and School Hours

 Rectory Hours

Monday - Friday         Saturday & Sunday
9:00 am - 7:30 pm      9:00 am - 5:30 pm

 

School Hours           School Office Hours

Monday - Friday         Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 2:45 pm      7:45 am - 3:30 pm

Daily Scripture Readings

"To pray is to talk to God, but about what?  About Him, about yourself; joys, sorrows, successes, and failures, noble ambitions, daily worries, weaknesses!  And acts of thanksgiving and petitions: and Love and reparation.

In a word: to get to know Him and to get to know yourself: to get acquainted." (Saint Josemaria Escriva)

Become a Parishioner

If you wish to register as a member of St Bartholomew Parish, please click on the REGISTER NOW button above, fill out the form and return it to the rectory. Someone will contact you to follow up and complete the registration process. Welcome to the St Bartholomew family.

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Catholic Charismatic Renewal

Click on the DOVE to read the current edition of the Paraclete newsletter. 

 The Charismatic Prayer Group meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm in the Church for Praise and Worship, a reflection, some lively music, individual prayer, fellowship, etc... JOIN US and learn to use your spiritual gifts in new ways.

You may also visit the CCR website by clicking here or read about a previous  Conference in Hollywood.

Feast of the Sacred Heart 2016

Jubilee Year of Mercy

 

Jubilee of Mercy

Pontifical Council for the Promotion

of the New Evangelization

Getting to Mass on time

In his catechesis, Pope Francis said that by FULLY celebrating the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ, “we participate in the mystery of the passion, death and resurrection of Christ.” By preparing ourselves from the beginning of the Liturgy to receive Jesus, we show that he is important to us. 
“By making himself broken bread for us, the Lord Jesus pours out to us all of his mercy and his love, renewing our heart, our existence and our way of relating to him and our brothers and sisters,” he said.
Taking part in the Eucharist “conforms us in a unique and profound way to Christ,” he said, granting Christians a foretaste of full communion with God in heaven, “where with all the saints we will have the unimaginable joy of contemplating God face to face.”
“We will never thank the Lord enough for the gift he gave us with the Eucharist,” the pope said.
“It’s such a great gift and that’s why it’s so important to go to Mass on Sundays,” he said.
Mass is a time “not just to pray, but to receive Communion — this bread that is the body of Christ that saves us, forgives us, reunites us to the father. It’s beautiful to do this.”
Mass on Sundays is particularly important, he said, because “it is the day of the resurrection of the Lord, and with the Eucharist we feel our own belonging to the church, to the people of God, to the body of God, to Jesus Christ.”

The 2016 ABCD Campaign

The motto for this special Jubilee year, Merciful like the Father, is an invitation to follow His compassionate example. Your support of the Archbishop’s Charities and Development Drive (ABCD) is the perfect opportunity to answer the call to be merciful by helping those most in need.

The money you entrust to the Archdiocese of Miami is used to support the works of mercy.  Together we are able to educate and evangelize; support struggling parishes and schools; assist in the formation of families and priests. And, through multiple charities, we are able to care for the sick, the elderly, the immigrants, the less fortunate, and the spiritually poor—all of us who need God’s word, the sacraments, and the teachings of the Church. 

Together, we are One in Faith, One in Hope and One in Charity. Thank you and God bless you!

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