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Funeral services set for Estrella Estévez, bishop's mother

Funeral services set for Estrella Estévez, bishop's mother

400 years of consecrated life

400 years of consecrated life

Watch here: Catholic Schools Week video at Curley Notre Dame

Watch here: Catholic Schools Week video at Curley Notre Dame

At St. Thomas the Apostle, a hands-on classroom

At St. Thomas the Apostle, a hands-on classroom

Catholic Days coming in March

Catholic Days coming in March

‘You have chosen life'

‘You have chosen life'

25 years with their Santo Niño

25 years with their Santo Niño

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Schools star in promotional videos

Couple's mission: Make Catholic schools better

Couple's mission: Make Catholic schools better

Archbishop's Poker Run 2015

Archbishop's Poker Run 2015

Wedding jubilarians Mass set for Feb. 14

Wedding jubilarians Mass set for Feb. 14

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Gospel reading Mark 1:21-28

Fourth Sunday of Ordinary - February 1, 2015

Then they came to Capernaum, and on the Sabbath Jesus entered the synagogue and taught. The people were astonished at his teaching, for he taught them as one having authority and not as the scribes. In their synagogue was a man with an unclean spirit; he cried out, ―What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth? Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are—the Holy One of God!‖ Jesus rebuked him and said, ―Quiet! Come out of him!‖ The unclean spirit convulsed him and with a loud cry came out of him.

All were amazed and asked one another, ―What is this? A new teaching with authority. He commands even the unclean spirits and they obey him.‖ His fame spread everywhere throughout the whole region of Galilee.

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Fr. Gerald Morris

St. Pius X

Fourth Sunday of Ordinary - February 1, 2015

Dear Parishioners,

In Giving We Receive

For centuries, the Catholic Church has performed more works of charity than any other organization in the world. Why? Because God is love, and through that powerful statement, He teaches us that it is in giving that we receive. You are the answer to someone’s prayers, and together, we are changing lives!

United, as one family of God, we feed the hungry, cloth the poor, care for the sick and dying, and touch the hearts of those in despair. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we nourish and educate our children, both spiritually and intellectually. We assist the poorest of our parishes and schools so that all persons may encounter Jesus Christ. We provide shelter for the homeless. As Catholics, we consistently defend and respect the dignity of all human life, work to eliminate prejudice, and promote social justice. We journey together by sharing in the sacraments—from baptism to receiving the Eucharist, to confirmation and penance, to marriage and anointing the sick. And this year, we are blessed with sixty-five men studying in our seminaries answering their call to the priesthood to become shepherds of Christ here in south Florida. You make all this possible!

Let us unite through our support of this year’s ABCD! A video presentation will be made, and a collection taken up, next weekend for the Archbishop’s Charities & Development Campaign. Please help St. Pius X make our quota of $88,000.

Father Jerry

Original sin 2

January 29, 2015

The doctrine of original sin, closely connected with that of redemption by Christ, provides lucid discernment of man's situation and activity in the world. By our first parents' sin, the devil has acquired a certain domination over man, even though man remains free. Original sin entails "captivity under the power of him who thenceforth had the power of death, that is, the devil. (Council of Trent, Hebrews) Ignorance of the fact that man has a wounded nature inclined to evil gives rise to serious errors in the areas of education, politics, social action and morals. (John Paul II, Centesimus Annus)

Source: Fountain of Grace, Archdiocese of Miami, Office of Lay Ministry

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Tribute to Louis Armstrong with Troy Anderson & Wonderful World Band

Jan
30

@ 7:30 PM

St. Thomas Aquinas HS

6th Annual Middle School Art Festival

Jan
30

From 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Archbishop Curley Notre Dame HS

Open Session Ignatian Retreat for Couples

Jan
31

From 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

John Paul II Retreat House

Fiesta de San Juan Bosco

Jan
31

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Immaculate Conception Church

Spanish Archdiocesan Spelling Bee

Feb
6

@ 1:30 PM

Blessed Trinity Church

Youth Ministry 101

Feb
7

From 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Pastoral Center

MACCW Scholarship Luncheon and Auction

Feb
21

@ 11:30 AM

Intercontinental Hotel at Doral