17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 27, 2014
Online Giving is now available at San Isidro!
The registrations for CCD will be until Thursday, July 24th. They will resume on Tuesday, August 5th, Monday through Friday from 11:00am to 6:00pm closed from 2:00pm to 3:00pm for lunch.
You need to bring the following documents:
1st Communion Certificate (for the Sacrament of Confirmation).
$75.00 along with the registration form.
Wosi Retreat 2014
September 5th, 6th, 7th
“Walking In the Kingdom”
Copyright Linda Rose Ingrisano Spiritual Director,
Retreat Consultant, Spiritual Event Planner.
Treat your Spirit to a liberating walk in God’s kingdom thru
Enlightment and Healing
Accompanying us in this walk will be:
Father Anthony Ciorra
"Professor of theology and Mission and Catholic
Identity Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT”
Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center
1300 US Hwy 1 North Palm Beach, FL. 33408 / 561-626-1300
Donation for the weekend is $185
Make checks out to San Isidro Church
Can be dropped off at Office of San Isidro church or mailed to
Mrs. Rose Litwin
23489 Barlake Drive
Boca Raton, Fl. 33433
For more info call
Rose Litwin 561-883-5266 Carol Lentini 954-752-2497
The English Breakfast Ministry is looking for volunteers!
This ministry unites our community every Sunday, by serving breakfast after the 9am Mass in the Parish Hall.
You can contact Angela Lindo to become a member of this wonderful Ministry at: (954)974-8453.
Lets Pray For Peace
On the eve of an ultimatum issued by Islamists to Christians in the Iraqi city of Mosul, the Chaldean bishop of Erbil, in nearby Kurdistan, urged prayers for the nation's remaining followers of Christ.
“We have hope that things will get better,” Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda of the Chaldean Archeparchy of Erbil said in an interview with EWTN News on July 16.
“But from the circumstances, which we are following, it looks like it’s going to take some time.”
A militant Sunni organization known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has been steadily attacking cities and communities in north and northwestern Iraq since June. The attacks have begun dividing Iraq along religious and ethnic lines. On Friday, July 18, ISIS issued an ultimatum to the Christians of the city of Mosul, which it captured more than a month ago: convert to Islam, pay the jizya, or be killed. The cross a top the city's Syriac Orthodox cathedral was removed.
“They control the city and I think they made it very clear that there is no place for non-Muslims in the city,” Archbishop Warda said.
Thousands of Christians have fled Mosul, seeking refuge in Christian villages in the surrounding Nineveh Plains and in Kurdistan. The charity Aid to the Church in Need sent a grant of more than $135,000 to provide food and shelter for the displaced in the region. Archbishop Amel Nona of Mosul told the charity in a recent interview that schools, church halls and abandoned houses have opened up to receive displaced persons from Mosul.
Recent U.N. estimates place the number of internally displaced Iraqis at 1.2 million, nearly half of whom have been driven from homes in the western province of Anbar. Many of those internally displaced are seeking refuge in Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region, which is known for its peace and stability.
Archbishop Warda said he has noticed an influx of refugees in Erbil over the past month. He said most refugees are renting out rooms or apartments from locals.
“(It's) crowded, yes, and expensive, which is also another issue” the archbishop explained. “But, that's the situation.”
He lamented that many Iraqis have been living in a state of crisis for many years.
“We hope that things will get better (and) will improve for the lives of those people,” he said.
“But from what we are observing, it's not promising.”
We would like to thank everyone that helped in our Cleaning Fair on Saturday July 12th.
Thanks to you our Church is bright and shining. Please remember that we must take care of our Parish, after all it is everyone's home.
God Bless you all!