Office Hours Horario de Oficina
9:00am-12:30pm 2:00PM -5:00PM
Closed- Cerrado 12:30pm-2:00pm
Sunday / Domingo 9:30am-1:00pm
Saturday Sabado Closed
You are no longer foreigners or a guest, but
fellow citizens of the saints
members of God's family.
2020 Archbishop's Charity and Development Drive (ABCD)
Christ has no body but yours, no hands, no feet on earth but yours. Yours are the eyes with which he looks compassion on this world, your feet with which he walks to do good, yours are the hands with which he blesses all the world. Simply stated, St. Teresa of Avila reminds us that we are the eyes, hands and feet of Christ. It is a call to action to be instruments of Jesus and to make God present in our everyday life.
In this new year, let us embrace the call to action to make God present in our everyday lives. One meaningful way to do that is by making a gift to this year's ABCD appeal. Your gift allows the Archdiocese of Miami to help those in need just as He calls us to. Let us be One in Faith, One in Hope and One in Charity.
4400 W 18th Ave, Hialeah, FL 33012 PH: (305) 556-1717
Office Hours--- Orario de Oficina
Monday to Friday-- Lunes a Viernes
El Ministerio de Jovenes Adultos de la Parroquia San Lazaro
Invitamos a todos los jóvenes mayores de 24 años a ser parte del grupo “Divina Misericordia”. Vive una nueva experiencia de fe acompañado de jóvenes como tú, en un lugar de encuentro con Cristo misericordioso.
Nos reunimos los viernes a las 8pm.
Información - Jose Gort (305)546-8994 ó Elisabeth (305-546-8975).
¡Ven y descubre tu fe católica !
Un retiro de 34 semanas
para la Vida Cotidiana
Haremos el retiro con el Año
Comezando el fin de semana de
septiembre 15, 2019
MIAMI | In cooperation with efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Archdiocese of Miami announces the suspension, effective today, March 18, of all regularly scheduled celebrations of Masses or other liturgical events in parish churches and other public sanctuaries. Also, any parish or ministry events — e.g. prayer groups, Bible studies, etc. — are also suspended or postponed.
Funerals, or other events that perhaps cannot be postponed — e.g. baptisms or weddings — may be celebrated with immediate family members only who are not sick and are not advised by their doctors to self-isolate. Appropriate social distancing should be observed.
While these gatherings of the faithful are suspended, the parishes remain “open.” Priests who are otherwise not impeded are expected to celebrate daily Mass for the intentions of the faithful albeit without their presence. Also, priests and other parish staff who are not sick or otherwise advised to self-isolate, while exercising prudence and observing social distancing, will be available to the faithful at the parish offices.
While there will be priests who need to self-isolate because of age, underlying physical condition, or illness, parishioners should be able to communicate with a priest, deacon or available staff by phone or by email. If a priest is not able to respond to a pastoral need (e.g. a sick call, request for confession, etc.) because of illness, age or underlying health condition, he or a member of his staff will assist the parishioner in locating a priest who can. Priests will respond to calls from a hospital or other health facility and will cooperate with that hospital or facility by following proper protocols as required (wearing of masks, gloves, protective clothing, etc.)
Parishes are encouraged to “livestream,” where possible, Masses that priests celebrate without a congregation. Also, priests are encouraged to post in print form and/or by video on the parish website or parish social media platform their homilies and other devotions (e.g. the rosary). To maintain communication with parishioners, churches should continue to publish on their website a weekly bulletin.
“These efforts will enable the faithful to continue to remain close to the Lord and the Church in this challenging time, while protecting one another and the community against COVID-19,” said Archbishop Thomas Wenski.
The archdiocesan website will list parishes and links that livestream Masses and other devotions and will update the list as needed. Radio Paz, the Archdiocese of Miami’s Catholic radio station, will continue to broadcast 24/7 in Spanish at 830 AM. Relevant Radio, available at 880 AM and 1080 AM, provides Catholic programing in English also 24/7. A locally produced Haitian Creole program is also presented on Relevant Radio on Saturdays at 2 p.m.
La misión de los Cenáculos
Contemplativos de la Divina Misericordia consiste en:
Contemplar y venerar la Imagen de Jesús de la Misericordia con la firma “Jezu Ufam Tobie (Jesús en Ti Confio) — Profundizar el esplendor de nuestra fe Católica meditando el estudio y meditación del Diario de Santa Maria Faustina Kowalska.
Nos reunimos los 2nd y 4to Martes de cada mes a las 7:45PM
Te invitamos a compartir.
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San Lázaro Roman Catholic
Church and Shrine
Ustedes ya no son extranjeros ni Huesped, sino conciudadanos de los santos miembros de la familia de Dios.
We Invite all young adult over 24 years of age to join us in our group of the Divine Mercy. Live your faith among young people like yourself in a place accompany by a Merciful Christ. Our meetings are on Friday at 7:45pm
Come an experienced your Catholic faith
For more information call ;
Jose Gort (305-546-8994) o Elisabet (305-546-8975).
4400 W 18th Ave, Hialeah, FL 33012
PH: (305) 556-1717
Fax : (305)556-8918
A 34 week retreat for Everyday Life
Welcome to an experience of God's Grace
in the midst of our busy lives.
Calendar for Retreat begins the Week of September 15, 2019
Make the Retreat with the 2019-20 Liturgical Calendar
Father, in you loving plan for our eternal salvation,
you provide shepherds for your flock,
Fill your Church with the spirit of courage,
justice, and peace.
Call forth from the Church in Miami worthy ministers
of your altars, ardent but gentle shepherds of the gospel.
we pray that those whom you call may never lose
awareness of the dignity and need of their vocation
The Most Reverend Thomas G. Wenski, D.D.
Archbishop of Miami