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Upcoming Events

Given the raving reviews of the music that was provided for this past Holy Week, it has been decided to extend this blessing to the only Mass that has traditionally not had liturgical music for Sunday worship here at Little Flower.

Starting August 26th, there will be the welcome addition of tasteful and reverent liturgical music at the Sunday 7:30am Mass each week. Many thanks to Luis Cuza, our Associate Director of Music, for making himself available for this appreciated service, which is designed to help us pray even better.

Father Davis’ “Introduction to the New Testament and Its Interpretation” lecture series is now FULL. As a reminder for those who will be attending, the lectures will take place each Monday, August 27th through September 24th and are based upon the materials he presented to seminarians as they began their formal study of Scripture while preparing for the priesthood.

Each lecture begins at 7:30pm and concludes at 9:00pm. Future adult education lectures will be announced soon. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, be sure to check outwww.formed.org for some great educational resources. Sign up with parish code KZQKWZ for FREE ACCESS!!

Our pilgrimage ministry continues, now featuring an overnight bus trip to Saint Augustine, Florida on Wednesday September 5th and 6th.

Leaving at 8:00am, the journey will include a stop at Orlando’s Our Lady Queen of the Universe Shrine, Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Augustine, an overnight stay at the Historic Holiday Inn in St. Augustine, a community dinner at the World-famous Columbia Restaurant (Since 1905) on Saint George Street, a visit to the famous Castillo San Marcos and a visit to the Our Lady of La Leche Shrine, Mass at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Daytona Beach, and a return to Miami by 7:30pm on the 6th.

The price which will include all the meals, transportation, tips, and tours is $275 per person for double occupancy (Travelers can request to be paired). Single private rooms are available upon request for $340.

A deposit of $100 is due at time of booking per person with the balance due on August 15, 2018. This will be an unforgettable experience, reserve your spot now.

Please call Jorge Perez at our Advancement Office for more information. (305) 446, 9950, Ext 318.

Tuesday, Sept 11th at 7:00pm.

Join us for our quarterly Healing Mass on Tuesday, September 11th at 7:00pm in church. Several priests will be available to bestow the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. Anyone who is particularly tried by health circumstances, seriously or terminally ill, approaching or recovering from surgery, or burdened with the weight of years are especially invited to attend.

All are welcome to join us to pray for our infirmed brothers and sisters in need.

Architects and engineers have now designed phase #1 of plans for a new circular driveway to be installed outside the Sevilla Avenue entrance to our church. Meant to assist the comfortable drop off of our elderly and handicapped parishioners, and assist with the ease of entrance to the church, especially on rainy days, the circular driveway project will get underway in September. We are projecting to have a blessing ceremony on October 1st.

  • The price tag for the circular driveway will be approximately $49,500.
  • The good news is that we already have received $31,000 in donations.

Contributions to this worthy cause are now being accepted in person to Father Davis or on-line, as part of the drop-down donation platform at www.cotlf.org on-line giving.

For more information on donation opportunities, please contact Jorge Perez at the Office of Advancement, (305) 446-9950, ext. 318.

On Monday, October 1st, the patronal feast of Saint Therese, the Little Flower, we will have a ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony for our new side-entrance Sevilla Avenue driveway.

As part of the brief ceremony, all parishioners who drive through the circular driveway on the day of its grand opening can have their car blessed and sprinkled with Holy Water. The ceremony is scheduled for 7:30pm.

All are welcome.

In January of 2019, 12 COTLF pilgrims will be traveling to Panama for World Youth Day 2019, representing our parish and the Archdiocese of Miami at this worldwide gathering of Catholic youth, which is held every 3 to 4 years. In 2016, our parish sent a group of 8 pilgrims to WYD Krakow, where they were moved by Poland’s rich Catholic identity, got to participate in catechetical sessions led by bishops from around the world, participated in a night of praise and worship with some of the world’s most famous Catholic musicians, and the highlight of all highlights, attended Stations of the Cross, Adoration, and Mass with Pope Francis, who actually passed by within 6 feet of the group!

This year’s pilgrims are ready for another life-changing experience as they gather with the youth of the world and we need your help to get us there! Each pilgrim will be covering half of their way to the trip, and we as a parish have pledged to cover the remaining half. We are just $10,000 from meeting our goal to send this group of parish teens on the pilgrimage experience of a lifetime!

If you might be interested in donating and helping to sponsor one of our pilgrims, please contact Jorge Santibáñez, our DRE/Youth Minister, at JSantibanez@cotlf.org.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

With gratitude, WYD 2019 Pilgrims :
JP, Julianna, Nicolas, Daniela, Sebastian, Isabel, Amanda, Alessandra, Jorge, Angie, Miriam, & Paulina.