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Palm Sunday Mass: 7:30 am English: 9:00 am Spanish.

Holy Thursday: 6:00 pm English: 7:30 pm Spanish Exposition of Blessed Sacrament after each Mass.

Good Friday: Stations of the Cross 3:00 pm English 4:30 pm Spanish.
Veneration of the Cross 6:00 pm English 7:30 pm Spanish.

Easter Vigil: 8:00 pm Live on Facebook.

Easter Sunday: 7:30 am English; 9:00 am Spanish Live on Facebook.

The Paschal Triduum, or "Three Days", is the most solemn event of the Christian year. Beginning on the evening of Holy Thursday and closing with Evening Prayer on Easter Sunday, these three days celebrate Christ's passage through death to new life.

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A Meditation on the Passion and Death of the Lord Jesus

Wednesday, April 8 at 10:00 am

Live on Facebook and available to stream after that.

Presented By Msgr. Pablo A. Navarro.

The Last words of a dying person are the most significant. This Traditional sermon during Holy Week is an expansion of Jesus’ Last 7 Words on the Cross.

Homeless Ministry will be collecting fruit and individually wrapped sandwiches this Saturday, April 4th from 1:00 – 2:00 pm and Sunday April 5th from 2:00 – 3:00 pm at the entrance to Resurrection Hall.

Please bring Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches, Ham and Cheese Sandwiches, Turkey and Cheese Sandwiches (plain; no mayo, mustard or butter) (individually wrapped, please)

“Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also as much of the fish as they wanted.” John 6:11

Loving God,
we place into your care
all our doctors, nurses and healthcare workers.
Give them courage of heart
and strength of mind and body.
Keep them safe from harm.
May they know our deep gratitude
for all they are doing
to heal and help those affected by
the coronavirus.
God of all consolation
may they know your protection and peace.
Bless them in these challenging days
and bless their families.

Our usual door-to-door food drive is not an option this year. Yet, our help is critical. Since schools are closed some kids will go without meals. Buisness slowing leaves the families that we serve at great risk.

Our alternate plan to the Easter food drive is to have a small crew distribute food gift cards with a message of love from our parish. Instead of the usual food donations, we ask you to place a donation in this envelope (check or cash) and bring it to mass next week. You can also drop it off in at the church office or mail it in:

Saint John Neumann Church 12125 SW 107th Ave, Miami, FL 33176.

We also ask that you promote this food drive on social media since there are fewer of us coming to mass.

Please make checks payable to Sacred Heart Outreach Center. Please do not buy gift cards.

Thank you,
Sacred Heart Outreach Center, a St. John Neumann Catholic Church Ministry

Msgr. Pablo Navarro

Stress, Burnout and Fatigue

Wednesday, April 8 11:00 am Facebook Live

Burn out and fatigue are usually connected to stress and anxiety. A deeper understanding of the spiritual life helps us to cope and to live healthier and peace filled lives in the midst of the Pandemic around us.

Via Crucis Every Friday during Lent live in English at 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm in Spanish on SJN Facebook and available anytime after that.

Get the most out of Sunday Mass! April 5 Palm Sunday

  • 1st Reading: Reading: Isaiah 50:4 -7
  • 2nd Reading: Phillipians 2:6-11
  • Gospel: Matthew 26:14 -27:66

Be prepared for next week April 12 Easter Sunday

  • 1st Reading: Acts of the Apostles 10:34a, 37-43
  • 2nd Reading: Colosians 3:1-4
  • Gospel: John 20: 1-9