June 4, 2020
Dear parishioners,
The unjustified killing of George Floyd under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin on Memorial Day last week is appalling to watch.  The very people whose job is to safeguard the lives of others turn out to be the ones to destroy them, based on their prejudices or fears.  Many of you, have called the parish asking about the position of the Church in regard to this sad event, I can assure you that it is not different from Jesus’ position.  Jesus is always on the side of the oppressed.  Pope Francis, on Wednesday daily briefing stated:  “we cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion in any form and yet claim to defend the sacredness of every human life.  At the same time, the Pope acknowledged the negative effects of violence.  He said: “violence is self-destructive and self-defeating”   America is great not when we pursue the path of racism and exclusion, but we stand together as one nation under God.
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Dear Parishioners,
As we reopen our churches for the celebration of the Mass and Sacraments with the People of God present and actively participating, we recognize that we cannot eliminate the very possible risk of infection from the novel corona virus or COVID-19. However, your parish priests and I are committed to mitigating the risk as much as possible. We reopen because we believe as Church that there are no substitutes for the reception of the sacraments and our first priority is to be the sign of hope and instrument of the salvation of the entire human race."

On Tuesday, May 26, parishes will resume celebrating daily Masses. (May 18 in Monroe County). However, social distancing will be required with approximately 6 feet separation between persons (except for family members from same household); worshippers are asked to wear a face mask and to keep it on during Mass, removing it only to receive Holy Communion.


massbroadcastwelcome to San Pedro Parish, a Roman Catholic Community of Faith in the Archdiocese of Miami, Florida! We pray that you will find us to be a prayerful, unified community, deeply committed to Jesus Christ and to loving service in His name.

We welcome you with great joy, and pray that you will experience the loving presence of Almighty God among us.


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Weekend Masses:
Saturday’s @ 5:00 p.m. Vigil Mass, Sunday’s @ 10:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Twice A Week
Monday’s and Friday’s @ 8:30 a.m.

We are very thankful that we are allowed to resume Masses! Please see guidelines that MUST be STRICTLY followed.Thank You!

•  Everyone must wear a mask.
•  Families can sit together on the pews.
•  Must Keep 6 feet apart from other parishioners
•  Host will only be given on the Hand
•  Ushers won’t pass by the pews to collect your donations.
•  Please place your donations in the baskets located at all Church exits or use San Pedro’s Online Giving

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