Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 26, 2015
Online Giving is now available at San Isidro!
Archbishop's Charity And Development Drive
We need YOU.
The Scriptures are unambiguous about God's concern for the poor. Open your hand to the poor and needy neighbor in your land (Deut. 15:11; Isa. 58:6-12). Jesus showed a preferential option for the poor. As the example of the saints has taught us, in loving and serving the poor, we too love and serve Jesus Himself.
ABCD is our one opportunity during the year to reach out in support of all of the people of God beyond the boundary of our parish. Through the ABCD, we follow the example of Christ to serve our brothers and sisters here in the Archdiocese of Miami. Jesus Christ is the common thread that binds us all. We are one.
We need you. You are making the good works of the local Church here in south Florida possible. Together, we are making a difference and impacting the lives of those in need. Please be as generous as possible in your response to the ABCD. Thank you for uniting with us to be One in Faith, One in Hope and One in Charity.
The Italian Mass will be celebrated on July 26th at 4:00pm in the Chapel.
Let's Pray for those in the Service
O, Lord God of hosts, O God of our salvation, O God who alone workest wonders, do thou now look down with mercy and compassion on thy humble servants and out of love for mankind hearken and have mercy on us. Look with mercy, we pray thee, O Lord, on those of our sons and daughters who now serve in our Armed Forces, and who in obedience to their superiors have for our sakes placed themselves in harm's way. Grant that those who request the protection of thy right hand may be overpowered by no adverse force, and may the invited defense of thy mighty power shield thy faithful sons and daughters. Watch over them, O Lord, and bring them back safely to those who love them. Grant courage and steadfast faith to them and to those who long for their return. Bring a quick and bloodless end to these conflicts and spare the lives of the innocent. Grant no increase to the Numbers of widows and orphans and relieve the privations of the bereaved and wounded, whether wounded in body or in soul. Restore peace in our day, O Lord, that thy truth may go forth unhindered, for Thou, O Lord, art the Prince of Peace and art ever glorified with thine unoriginate Father and the all holy, good, and life giving Spirit, now and ever, and unto ages of ages. Amen.
Daniel Tinoco, David George Delillis, Wilson Bautista, Michael Castro, Pedro Lanza, Julio Lopez,
Lee Elias Herrera, Mondragon, Diego Alejandro Escobar, Oscar Smith, Julian Maldonado.
Please call the office to add your loved ones to the list 954-971-8780.
God Bless Our Troops and their Families!!!
Registration for the new year of Sacramental are still open: Monday July 20th — Friday July 24th
10:00am - 2:00pm
3:00pm - 5:30pm
You need to bring the following documents:
*1st Communion Certificate (for the Sacrament of Certificate).
*$80.00 along with the registration form.
Fathers and Mothers that pray for their children
There is a new ministry at San Isidro; Fathers and Mothers that pray for their children.
This ministry will begin meeting for prayers on Wednesday July 8th at 7:30pm in the Adoration Chapel and will continue every Wednesday. All who are visiting the Blessed Sacrament at this time are invited to join in prayer.
St. Ignatius of Loyola - July 31, 2015
St. Ignatius was born in the family castle in Guipúzcoa, Spain, the youngest of 13 children, and was called Ińigo. When he was old enough, he became a page, and then a soldier of Spain to fight against the French. A cannon ball and a series of bad operations ended his military career in 1521. While St. Ignatius recovered, he read the lives of the saints, and decided to dedicate himself to becoming a soldier of the Catholic Faith. Soon after he experienced visions, but a year later suffered a trial of fears and scruples, driving him almost to despair. Out of this experience he wrote his famous "Spiritual Exercises". After traveling and studying in different schools, he finished in Paris, where he received his degree at the age of 43.
Many first hated St. Ignatius because of his humble Lifestyle. Despite this, he attracted several followers at the university, including St. Francis Xavier, and soon started his order called The Society of Jesus, or Jesuits. There are 38 members of the Society of Jesus who have been declared Blessed, and 38 who have been canonized as saints. He died at the age of 65.
"STRENGTH FOR YOUR JOURNEY"
"keeping the faith on your walk with christ"
Based on the powerful weekly devotional written by your Retreat Director Linda Rose Ingrisano
Our Lady Of Florida
1300 US Highway #1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408-3294
August 28-30. 2015
We would like to plan a Caribbean Evening for the community on Friday, August 28, 2015, in the Parish Hall. Caribbean Food and Caribbean Music. We would like representation from all the Caribbean Islands - English, Spanish, Haitian.
If you are interested in participating please contact Angela at 954-974-8453 or Agnes at 954-444-7094 so we can schedule a meeting to start planning.
No Healing Mass
There will be NO Healing Masses in the months of July and August.