the Coronavirus impact on our parish

Coronavirus, and the latest news from Little Flower.

Little Flower Catholic Church and School are responding to Coronavirus (Covid-19) with every precaution. 

We invite you to check back here often for the latest information, and know how this impacts our school schedule, Mass times, and use of our facilities. 

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Church Updates

  1. All public Sunday and weekday Masses are hereby suspended.
  2. All scheduled meetings, gatherings, and use of church and school facilities are canceled, until further notice.
  3. For as long as possible/permitted the church will be left unlocked at least Monday–Friday from 9:00am until 3:30pm to allow for private visits to the Blessed Sacrament.
  4. Masses will continue to celebrated Mass every day (without a congregation) by Fr. Matt and Fr. Alberic, applying any intentions for each day that have already been scheduled, as well as for the intention of all our parishioners.
  5. Fr. Matt & Fr. Alberic will do our best to still accommodate individual requests for the Sacrament of Confession as well as any requests for Last Rites when there is a danger of death.
Coronavirus 1

A letter from the Pastor to Little Flower Parish

Dear Little Flower Parish Family, As your pastor it is with a heavy heart that I write this to you. Today our Bishop, in unity with the Bishop’s of Florida and many others around the country and world, has announced the suspension of all public Masses and gatherings, effective noon Friday, March 20, 2020, until further notice. This impacts our parish in the following ways: All public Sunday and weekday Masses are hereby suspended. Catholics

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Coronavirus 2

A letter from the Bishop suppressing Masses

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Greetings in the Lord. I write to inform you of important decisions I am making in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As Christians, we place all our trust in the Lord Jesus Christ, knowing that our God is always with us and will always watch over us. As citizens of the state, we must do what we can to abide by the rules set up by legitimate authorities in order

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Please Pray

So how are we to live this truly historic moment? With faith in the certainty of His Presence. Because the overwhelming evidence of His Presence surrounds us and reminds us that He never leaves us. The Sacraments are one of the most clear and certain ways in which we encounter Him, but even in their absence the evidence is overwhelming.

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