This Week

Welcome to our new Parochial Vicar Fr. Cesar Y. Betancourt

Thursday, May 19, 2022

We welcome Fr. Cesar Y. Betancourt to our parish community. Fr. Betancourt was ordained at St. Mary's Cathedral on May 6 of this year and will start his parish assignment at SJN in June. We thank God for the blessing of having among us another newly ordained priest. Let us continue to pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life.

May the hearts of young people continue to be open to the call from Christ, the Good Shepherd. We look forward to welcoming Fr. Betancourt to our parish family.

Thank you Fr. Ireneusz and Fr. Manuel!

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Dear Parish Community,

We hope that the Easter Season has been a blessed one for you and your loved ones. Easter always falls during the spring, and this season is one of changes.

We would like to announce that after a three-year tenure at St. John Neumann, Fr. Ireneusz will be transferred to another parish. During the last three years, we have come to know and love Fr. I. He is a faithful priest, a gifted teacher, a willing servant and a consummate good sport…just ask St. John Neumann School. We will always be grateful to him for making himself available to us and for teaching many Bible classes.

For the last two years, we have also been blessed to have Fr. Manuel among us. He, too, will soon be reassigned to another parish. He is a dedicated priest who has given so much of himself to us. His availability and his love for Christ and his church have been very much appreciated. Fr. Manuel’s kindness and gentle spirit have truly helped us to see the face of Christ.

The life of a priest is one of constant change. A priest is ordained to serve the People of God, wherever they are called. After Jesus ascended to heaven, the Apostles went to preach to the known world, and thanks to them, we have the gift of our faith. We wish both Fr. Ireneusz and Fr. Manuel well in their new assignments.

Their last weekend will be June 4-5. We will have a farewell reception after each of the masses that weekend in the loggia so that each of us will have the opportunity to extend our gratitude for their priesthood and service to our St John Neumann parish family.

In Christ,
Fr. José N. Alfaro


Querida Comunidad Parroquial,

Espero que esta temporada de Pascua haya sido de mucha bendición para usted y sus seres queridos. La Pascua siempre cae durante la primavera, y esta temporada es una de cambios.

Me gustaría anunciar que después de una asignación de tres años en St. John Neumann, el Padre Ireneusz será trasladado a otra par-roquia. Durante los últimos tres años, hemos llegado a conocer y amar al Padre I. Él es un sacerdote fiel, un excelente maestro, un servidor siempre dispuesto y un depor-tista consumado... pregunten en la Escuela de la parroquia. Siempre le estaremos agrade-cidos por su disponibilidad a servir y por darnos muchas clases de Biblia.

Durante los últimos dos años, también hemos tenido la bendición de tener al Padre Manuel entre nosotros. Él también será reasignado pronto a otra parroquia. Es un sacerdote dedicado que nos ha dado mucho de sí mismo. Su disponibilidad y su amor por Cristo y su iglesia han sido muy apreciados. La bondad y el espíritu gentil de Padre Manuel realmente nos han ayudado a ver el rostro de Cristo.

La vida de un sacerdote es una de cambios constantes. Un sacerdote es ordenado para servir al Pueblo de Dios, dondequiera que sea llamado. Después de que Jesús ascendió al cielo, los Apóstoles fueron a predicar al mundo y gracias a ellos tene-mos el don de nuestra fe. Deseamos a Padre Ireneusz y a Padre Manuel lo mejor en sus nuevas asignaciones.

Su último fin de semana será el 4 y 5 de junio.

Tendremos una recepción de despedida después de cada una de las misas de ese fin de semana en la logia, para que cada uno de nosotros tenga la oportunidad de extender nuestra gratitud por su sacerdocio y servicio a nuestra familia parroquial de St John Neumann.

En Cristo,
Padre José N Alfaro

Exposition of Sacred Relics - Treasures of the Church

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Last Sunday, May 15th we had an exhibit of over 150 relics here at St. John Neumann.

Thank you to Fr. Carlos Martins and to our Columbiettes for a once in a lifetime opportunity to be in the presence of these Holy Men and Women.

Congratulations

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Congratulations and Blessings to All Our CCD Students who Received Their First Holy Communion on May 14th.

  • Gianna Alvarez
  • Matteo Batalla
  • Raegan Beason
  • Nicholas Brown
  • Adriana Bulnes
  • Elisa Chovel
  • Luciana Contento
  • Lucas De Angulo
  • Lorenzo de la Maza
  • Camilla Diaz
  • Liam Diaz
  • Nicolas Diaz
  • Mathew Estevez
  • Dylan Flores
  • Chiara Gonzalez
  • Isaac Gonzalez
  • Mia Sophia Gonzalez
  • Logan Gotor
  • Javier Hernandez
  • Ellie Ivonnet
  • Olivia Martin
  • Alejandra Medrano
  • Gabriella Montero
  • Matthew Montero
  • Adrian Monzon-Aguirre
  • Lucia Nin
  • Danny Rafillo
  • Logan Rodriguez
  • Joie Christine Sarria
  • Ella Sena
  • Victoria Urgelles
  • Isabella Vega
  • Nathan Velazquez
  • Penelope Vidal
  • Christian Zayas

Homeless Ministry News

Friday, May 13, 2022

We would like to thank everyone for your generous donations to the Homeless Ministry. Without you, we could not do this important and much needed work!!!

Our next outing is this coming Saturday May 21, 2022.

This weekend, we are looking for donations of RICE WITH VEGGIES. The rice should be served in a disposable container and be hot or warmed up when delivered. THE MEAT will be provided by the ministry.

We are going to separate the tray contents and make individual takeout meal size containers.

RECIPE FOR THE RICE. Most of us have these ingredients at home:

  • 4 cups long grain rice,
  • 7 cups water,
  • 4 bouillon cubes or powder (chicken or beef),
  • 4 tablespoons olive oil,
  • 1 medium onion,
  • 2 packages frozen veggies,
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder,
  • 1- 8 oz. can tomato sauce (optional), salt & pepper to taste.

In a deep pot, bring all ingredients to a boil. As soon as it comes to a roaring boil (1 minute) turn the heat on to low and cover. Let it cook until do

Community Hours will be given as follows:

Large container of rice with veggies-5 community service hours. Sandwiches are welcome too!! 2 hours of service for two loaves of sandwiches and a case of water. Additional sandwiches are gladly accepted, however only a maximum of 2 community hours will be awarded. FOR SANITARY REASONS, PLEASE MAKE SURE THE SANDWICHES ARE INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED IN ZIP-LOCK BAGS. The student must be present to receive the community service hours.

There is a great need for men’s shoes! We also will continue to collect clothing for men women and children.

We will be collecting your donations in front of Resurrection Hall between 11:00am and 12:15 pm.

PLEASE Come early!! We need to leave the church by 12:30p.m.Drop off: R.H. 11:00 am – 12:15 pm God Bless you all.

Amanda La Gra Homeless Ministry Coordinator

Catholic Cemetries of the Archdiocese of Miami

Friday, May 13, 2022

Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Mimai Honoring Faith and Traditions cordially invite you to attend the Memorial Day Mass.

Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski

Will celebrate the Memorial Day Mass on Monday, May 30th, at 10:00 am at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery.
1500 S. State Road 7
North Lauderdale, FL 33068.
Phone: (954) 972-1234.

Auxiliary Bishop Enrique Delgado

Will celebrate the Memorial Day Mass
on Monday, May 30th, at 10:00 am
at Our Lady of Mercy Cemetery
11411 N.W. 25th Street Miami, FL 33172
Phone: (305) 592-0521

St. John Neumann Men's Club

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Join us for a celebration of Father’s Day, our 2022 Election Night, and Guest Speaker Peter Jude.

Guest Speaker is Poter Jude, President of Serra Club of Miami Introdaction by MonsiPagblon Noavarrro , Si John Vianney Seminary. Peter will present on who Serra Club of Miami is and its mission. He will speak to the importance of how now. more than ever, we need to pray for and promote increased vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Serrans are Catholic lay men and women who vigorously respond to the call to promote and support vocations to the ministerial priesthood and Ben) consecrated life in the Catholic Church.

Come and enjoy our anmastlea k dinner propared by the Mens Club Past Presidents!
Vote” to Hilect our 2082-23 Prosident and Officers

Raffle tickets available for cash and prizes.

Monday, June 6, 2022, at 6:30pm in SJN Resurrection Hall 12125 SW 107" Ave, Kendall.

Cost: $15 for Current Dues-Paid Members; $20 for Non-Members and Guests
Includes Appetizers, Dinner, and Refreshments

*To Vote 2021/22 Membership Dues ($20) must be paid by May 31, 2022.

Tell us you will be there - email COUNT ME IN to mensclubofsin@gmail.com

Visit our website www.sjnmensclub.com

Follow us (@sjnmensclub) on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter

FAITH | FELLOWSHIP | SERVICE.

Dr. Ian Murphy's Audio Book is Now Available

Friday, May 13, 2022

Ian Murphy preached our Lenten Parish Mission . He is excited to announce that, on the two-year anniversary of “Dying to Live” being released, the audiobook version is now available through Audible!

‟It was such a privilege to narrate my own story, capturing all those finer details that only come through when you hear a person’s voice.

Thanks for listening—and I hope you enjoy!”

www.audible.com

Retiro Para Parejas “Convenio Matrimonial”

Friday, April 22, 2022

Sera El 21 & 22 de Mayo.

Este Retiro ES Para Parejas Presentado Por Parejas Y Los Ayuda a Poder Comunicarse Mejor Y Lo Importante Que ES Dios en Nuestros Matrimonios.

Inscripciones Despues de la Misa.

William "Coach" Segale Memorial Retreat

Thursday, April 7, 2022

June 3rd to 5th

Located at: Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center
1300 U.s. Highway 1
North Palm Beach, Florida 33408.

Theme: Be Compassionate As Our Heavenly Father is Compassionate (Lk 6:36).

For moreinformation please contact Keith Simmons 305-815-2763 | TomVisney 305-898-2235.
Men's Retreat Registration >>

Latin Night

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Saturday June 4th from 7:30 to 11:00 pm.

Msgr. Bryan O. Walsh Columbiettes invite you to a Latin Night.

Dinner & Dancing.

St. John Newmann Catholic Church Resurrection Hall.

  • Tickets Adults $25 - 12 years and under $15.
For Tickets Please Call Manuela Graells: 786-355-5527 Fatima Garcia: 305-342-9901.

17th Men’s Law Enforcement & Firefighter Emmaus Retreat

Thursday, March 31, 2022

June 10-12, 2022

A Weekend Retreat for Men that are Law Enforcement & Firefighters (Past and Present)

What is the Men’s Law Enforcement & Firefighter Emmaus?

It is a retreat put on by men of the law enforcement and firefighting community, based on the appearance of Jesus to the disciples walking along the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35).

Why a Men’s Law Enforcement & Firefighter Emmaus?

Because every emergency first responder could use some time away from the hustle and bustle of today’s busy world; allowing his Christian brothers in the law enforcement & firefighting community to serve him.

What happens during the weekend?

You will hear a few talks given by different men from different parishes. Still, no lectures or assignments.

When?

From Friday evening, June 10th, through Sunday afternoon, June 12th, 2022.

Where?

Morning Star Renewal Center 7275 SW 124th Street Pinecrest, Florida 33156.

Is there a donation required?

Yes, a donation of $200.00. However, do not let this prevent you from attending. If you need any assistance, speak to anyone of the below listed brothers.

If I have any questions, whom should I contact?

Enrique Rios (Retired PO) 305-218-4392
Abe Cruz (Retired LEO) 786-380-3421
Eric Fundora (Fireman) 786-300-2750

Sunshine Camp

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

June 13 to June 15 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Hurray Limited space! ages 5+

  • $180 a week
  • $45 Registration fee
  • sibling discount $15/week

Sports, Science Experiments, Crafts, Movies and More!

Fun Games, Learning and Exploring.

Held at St. John Neumann Catholic School sunshinecamp305@gmail.com.

(786) 877-3223 or (786) 725-0367 Contact Mrs. Lacayo or Mrs. Clarisa.

Married Couples Retreat

Thursday, April 7, 2022

June 17 - 19, 2022

Led by Rev. Curtis Kiddy CP

This weekend retreat is for married couples who want to deepen their relationship with one another in the context of their sacrament of marriage. The retreat conferences will reflect the special graces and opportunities for spiritual and personal growth that the sacrament brings to the spouses.

Suggested Offering: $395 per couple.

Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center.

The Passionists with you.

To register, visit www.ourladyofflorida.org or Call (561) 626-1300.

Taller Katallage

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Escuela de Evangelizacion St. John Neumann Taller Katallage Cura del Alma.

El sana a los de roto Corazon, y venda sus heridas. Salmo 147:3

Sabado: 06-18-22 @ 7:30am – 5:00pm.

  • Donacion: $20
  • Requisito: Ninguno St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 12125 SW 107th Ave., Miami, FL, 33176
Inscripciones: Dina (305) 305-4765 & Nelson (786) 200-2908 | Zelle: aevangelizar@hotmail.com

Centering Prayer +

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Wednesdays/ Miercoles at 7:00 pm in AE-101.

"Be still and know that I am God” Psalm 46:10.

For information call Beatriz (305) 804-2635 or Bill (305) 984-6712.

Fearless Youth Conference +

Thursday, April 21, 2022

“Fearless Youth Conference” in Naples, Florida at Ave Maria University, July 8-10.

To register or inquire, see us at the Welcome Center THIS Sunday after all masses.

Last day to register at a discounted rate is April 30th.

Archdiocese of Miami Development Office +

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Touch the life of someone in need by making a gift today.

www.isupportabcd.org

Think of how fulfilling it would be to know that you can ensure that other Catholics will have access to the same resources that have played such an important role in the faith you have held so dear throughout your life?

Learn how to create an endowment fund today. (305) 762-1112.

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give it to you. “Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid.” (John 14:27)

Jesus’ teaching on the Eucharist troubled some of His followers, and they lost their faith.

Do we, as Christian disciples, understand that Christ’s Body and Blood is the foundation of our faith in the Lord?

Thank you ABCD donors +

Thursday, May 19, 2022

“Lord, grant that I may always desire more than I can accomplish” – Michelangelo

Thank You ABCD Donors.

We are less than $1000.00 from our parish goal! An audacious goal to be sure, but you did it!

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