Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Announcements from our bulletin of January 21, 2018

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Give Light, Give Love, Give Life

ABCD reminds us that the work of the Church is shared by all. By supporting the works of our Archdiocese and the mission of the Church here in South Florida, you will answer God’s call to love and to serve those in need: those who are without shelter or food, those who are sick or dying, women in crisis, immigrants, children and young adults. Your gift is also an investment in the future by supporting the training of our future priests and deacons. In a word, your gift transforms lives, displays compassion and serves as a living testimony of your faith.

Jesus calls us to be instruments of hope and through the ABCD, to Give Light, Give Love and Give Life. The ABCD gives light by introducing others to Jesus as missionaries of hope. ABCD gives love by action, a deed by giving away of oneself as Jesus gave himself away. ABCD gives life through Catholic education, engaging our youth and young adults and defending the dignity of all human life.

Next week, every parish in the Archdiocese will unite to ask our Catholic community to support this year’s ABCD by making a gift. I ask that you prayerfully consider making a gift, whether by responding to the Archbishop’s letter, making a gift online or turning in your pledge envelope at the Church.

Our next outings will be on Saturday, January 20 and Sunday, January 21.

We are in need of volunteers and hot food for both Saturday AND Sunday. This means rice or pasta dishes with chicken or beef, ex. spaghetti with meat, arroz con pollo and other casserole dishes with meat. Meatballs from the frozen food section are easy to cook and can be added to other dishes. Please bring these in a disposable aluminum pan.

Hamburger soup, snacks, hard boiled eggs (cooked for at least 10 minutes), canned sodas, cases of individual water bottles, and individually wrapped sandwiches, i.e. ham & cheese, turkey & cheese, or PB & J sandwiches are always welcomed.

Please bring your food donations between 2:00 and 3:00pm to the church pavilion which is located between the school and Resurrection Hall.

The group departs for the Miami Rescue Mission at 3:30pm. Come and share in this wonderful experience.

Children must be at least 12 years of age and must be accompanied by a parent. God bless you.

SJN feeds the homeless the 3rd complete weekend of every month. For more info, please contact Amanda La Gra at 305-936-6281 or contact Alicia Speight Thank you.

“You need a budget"

Financial freedom ministry presents ; "You need a Budget".

Tuesday, January 23 at 7:00pm in AE- Room. AE-102.

How not to wake up with a financial hangover after the holidays. This budget basics workshop will help parishioners understand and maintain their household budgets. Get your finances in order for the New Year!

For more information please call Tracey Kealy at 305-968-3361 |

Monsignor Bryan O. Walsh Council #13369

Located at Saint John Neumann
Catholic Church
12125 SW 107th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33176.

Please join us for an Open House to learn about the Knights of Columbus and how the Knights serve the community through Charity, Unity and Fraternity. All men of the parish are invited to attend an informational meeting for the purpose of acquainting you with the activities we are involved in as well as the benefits enjoyed by the members and families of our order.

Open House

Date: Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018.

Time: 7:30pm
Place: SJN Resurrection Hall – Rooms E & F.

For More Information Contact: Arturo Diaz | 305-316-8181 |

Be a Part of Christian Fellowship; Become a Member of the Knights of Columbus!

Caring, Sharing and Grieving Ministry meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 7:30pm in Room 102.

Next meeting will be on January 24.

All who have lost a loved one and need support are welcome.

For more information, please call Jacquie Biscoito at (305) 596-9508

Upper Room Prayer Group is Back to regular schedule

Save The Date January 24, Rooms A & B

The Upper Room Prayer Group will be featuring Armando De Zayas, giving a talk on "Purgatory", on Wednesday, January 24, at 7:30pm.

We will be praying the "Holy Rosary" at 7:15pm.

We will be in Resurrection Hall Rooms A and B.

If you have any questions, please call Salvador Avila, 305-773-0316 or Lydia Avila, (305) 496-8685.

All are welcome.

Meet Saturday, January 27, in Room AE -101 at 9:00am.

For more information please call Rosa Duarte at 305-588-0905.

Dear Lord,

It is You who calls us to stewardship in our lives. It is You who sowed the seeds of talent in us and have helped us to harvest a multitude of blessings in this world.

Help me to be the faithful steward, to share abundantly from my storehouse of blessings to glorify Your Name.

Help me to place my trust firmly in You, secure in Your promise to multiply Your goodness to those who seek You and Your kingdom.

All that I have is Yours, Bless me with a spirit of generosity. Make me a gift to others in Your Name. Amen.

The Knights of Columbus will be holding its Annual "Free Throw Competition" for Boys and Girls ages 9-14 on

Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 10:00am at the St. John Neumann Basketball courts.

Proof of age is required Awards and free food will be provided. There is no cost for attendance. Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers.

Thank you and if you have any questions, please call Salvador Avila, 305-773-0316, or email me

Hope to see you there !

For Eighth Graders ($250.00) and High School Seniors ($500.00)

Application deadline is February 5th and Essay submission is due by March 28th.

Was ending procrastination one of your New Year's resolutions? Act Today!

Download essay contest entry form, rules, and information from the Men's Club web site – Click on the Merit Scholarships Tab.

You can drop off your entry forms at the Parish Office.

February 24, 2018

Soup and Bread featuring Nelson Hincapie, President and CEO of Voices for Children Foundation Inc., Arvida String Orchestra

If you attend mass here at St. John Neumann, you are encouraged to register with us. Please attend our next New Parishioners meeting on Sunday, January 28 at 9:30am in Room E.

We urge you to get involved with our ministries and, as a stewardship Parish, ask that you use your Offertory envelopes. If you are not both a registered and active member of our Parish, Baptisms, Marriages, Sponsor certificates and other documents needed from the Church will take longer to obtain and, in some cases, not possible.

Come for Coffee & donuts and information about our parish.

All are welcome!!!

This is a TICKETED event. The event is SOLD OUT.

Unfortunately there are no tickets sold at the door. You must have a ticket to attend.

We are at our maximum capacity and cannot, because of Fire Code, allow ANY standing room.

Please note that the doors open at 6:00pm and he begins promptly at 7:00pm Thanks to all who will be participating and we pray that this will be a life changing event for our parish family.

As the Social Media Team, we wanted to be able to give our community a gift that motivates each one of us to do more for our Parish...So we asked people from both the English and Spanish communities to be part of this project because for us, even if we go to a different language mass, we are just one body called to be His disciples.

So rejoicing in happiness, here is the final product: a bilingual song that reflects what all are called to do for Him.

Thank you Andrea Bejarano, Kaylin Bosque, Emilio Saravia, Eddie Blandino, and Tom Mazzeo for saying YES to God. Sharing with you the lyrics of the song that will represent our 2018 Ministry Fair!

“Be His Disciple – SJN Social Media Team

You gave me the best of you Even when I couldn’t find my way Taught me how to love, everyday a little more Now, Ill spread your perfect word Ill spread your perfect word

Even when the world pulls me away I refuse to lose my faith They may doubt your grace, even blame you for the pain But, I won’t stop praising your name

Be his disciple, give to those in need Be his example, and give a helping hand Be a shining light for those who don’t know his name

I want to be a reflection of your face Spreading your message You’ve never failed me, Lord Chorus.

Adult Confirmation registration for parishioners only will be Monday, January 8th at 7:00pm in the Youth room in the Adult Education Building. You must be at least 18 years old, registered in the parish, completed the Sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation and First Communion, and if married, married in the Catholic church. A copy of the Baptismal certificate must be provided at time of registration.

A preparation class is scheduled for Saturday morning, January 13th at 9:00am in rooms E and F. The Confirmation is Friday, February 2nd. Further details will be provided at registration.

You can leave a message with the Youth Group office at 305-255-6642 ext 311 or send an email to

Padre Fernando Orejuela “Dios esta vivo y nos ama”.

Escuchemos el testimonio personal del Padre Orejuela, Párroco de la Iglesia San Bonifacio quien además nos impartirá dos sabias enseñanzas. Todo precedido por la Santa Misa. Nos acompañará el grupo de alabanza Hosanna.

Sabado, Febrero 10 8:30am - 1:00pm : Salones 102 - 103.

Para mas información llamar a 786-277-9791.

Discipulado emaus mujeres invita al Discipulado de Emaús y Programa de Formación.

Este Programa es para aquellas Mujeres que han hecho el Retiro de Emaús y quieren comenzar una jornada espiritual que les permita encontrar la respuesta a la pregunta: Para qué estoy aquí en la tierra Es un compromiso de 12 Semanas y un Sábado: del 23 de Enero del 2018 al 24 de Abril del 2018.

Si le interesa conocimientos básicos de su fe Católica, esta es la oportunidad Llamar a Isabel Blandino 305-301-8947 o María Taveras: (786) 566-0856.

Get the most out of Sunday Mass!

Today’s Readings:

  • 1st Reading Jonah 3:1-5, 10:
  • 2nd Reading 1 Corinthians 7:29 –31:
  • Gospel Mark 1:14-20.

The more we are rooted in Christ, the more we rediscover interior peace even in the midst of daily challenges.