March 6, 2015 by  
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Paul Turner

Lent is the season that prepares us to celebrate Easter. The main reason Lent is important is that Easter is more im¬portant. On Easter we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, whose passage beyond death into life offers redemption to believers. The resurrection is the cornerstone of Christian faith. The mystery of Christ’s ris¬ing from the dead is so deep that the Church invites us to six weeks of preparation before we fully celebrate it. We call that period Lent.
For the faithful, Lent is a time of penitential practices and spiritual discipline. During this time we acknowledge our sins and seek God’s help to overcome them. Tradition-ally, we engage in acts of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Together these actions show our dependence on God, our renunciation of the fascinations of this world, and our de¬sire to better the lives of others.
For the elect, those preparing for baptism, Lent is a time of intense spiritual preparation. They will celebrate baptism at Easter because in this sacrament they enter the mystery of Christ’s dying and rising. They die to their former way of life and open their hearts fully to discipleship in Jesus. For the elect, this is a season of purification and enlightenment. The prayers of this season help scrutinize and purify their intentions, removing whatever might block their commitment, and strengthening their resolve. They will become fully illumined with the light of Christ when they celebrate initiation at the Easter Vigil.
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and ends before the Mass of the Lords Supper on Holy Thursday. Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence. All Fridays of Lent are days of abstinence.


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An evening with Father John Dear
An International voice for peace &
Nobel Peace Prize Nominee

I… You… We are One

January 30, 2015 by  
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I… You… We are One

For centuries, the Catholic Church has performed more works of charity than any other organization in the world. Why? Because God is love, and through that powerful statement, He teaches us that it is in giving that we receive. His message is simple—to love God above all else and to love others. It is through His love that I seek your help. You are the answer to someone’s prayers, and together, we are changing lives.

United, as one family of God, we feed the hungry, clothe the poor, care for the sick and dying, and touch the hearts of those in despair. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we nourish and educate our children, both spiritually and intellectually. We assist the poorest of our parishes and schools so that all persons may encounter Jesus Christ. We provide shelter for the homeless. As Catholics, we consistently defend and respect the dignity of all human life, work to eliminate prejudice, and promote social justice. We journey together by sharing in the sacraments—from baptism to receiving the Eucharist, to confirmation and penance, to marriage and anointing the sick. And this year, we are blessed with sixty-five men studying in our seminaries answering their call to the priesthood to become shepherds of Christ here in south Florida. You make all this possible.

Let us unite through our support of this year’s ABCD so that I… you… and we can continue to carry out the good works of Jesus Christ here in South Florida.

Yo… Usted… Nosotros, somos uno

Durante siglos, la Iglesia Católica ha realizado más obras de caridad que cualquier otra organización en el mundo. ¿Por qué? Debido a que Dios es amor, y a través de esa declaración poderosa, Él nos enseña que es al dar cuando recibimos. Su mensaje es simple: amar a Dios sobre todas las cosas y amar a los demás. Es a través de Su amor que yo busco su ayuda. Usted es la respuesta a las oraciones de alguien, y juntos, podemos ayudar a aquellos que tanto lo necesitan.

Unidos, como una sola familia de Dios, alimentamos a los hambrientos, vestimos a los pobres, cuidamos de los enfermos, moribundos, y llegamos a los corazones de los desesperados. Con la guía del Espíritu Santo, alimentamos y educamos a nuestros hijos, tanto espiritual como intelectualmente. Ayudamos a los más pobres de nuestras parroquias y escuelas, a fin de que todas las personas puedan encontrarse con Jesucristo. Proporcionamos refugio a las personas sin hogar. Como católicos, constantemente defendemos y respetamos la dignidad de toda vida humana; trabajamos para eliminar los prejuicios y promover la justicia social. Marchamos juntos mediante la participación de los sacramentos, desde el bautismo o la recepción de la Eucaristía, la confirmación, la penitencia y el matrimonio, hasta la unción de los enfermos. Y este año, hemos sido bendecidos con sesenta y cinco hombres que estudian en nuestros seminarios, habiendo respondido al llamado al sacerdocio, para convertirse en pastores de Cristo en el Sur de La Florida. Ustedes hacen todo esto posible.

Unámonos a través de nuestro apoyo al ABCD de este año, de manera que yo … usted … y nosotros podamos seguir llevando a cabo las buenas obras de Jesucristo en el Sur de La Florida

Men’s Club Valentines Dance Feb 14

January 30, 2015 by  
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Saint Maurice Men’s Club
Valentines Dance
Saturday, February 14, 2015
St. Maurice West
Singles Welcome!
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
$25.00 per person
Filet Mignon & Lobster or
Pork Medallions with Bordelaise sauce
Buy your tickets after Mass or in the Office

Christmas December 24 Mass Schedule

December 15, 2014 by  
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December 24th
Christmas Eve Mass 4:00 PM

Spanish Mass 6:30 PM

French Mass 8:45 PM

Prelude to Midnight Mass 11:15 PM
Midnight Mass

December 25th
Christmas Mass
8:30 AM
10:30 AM

December 27th & 28th
Regular Mass Schedule


December 15, 2014 by  
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All are welcome to our 10th Annual St. Maurice Family Christmas Dinner at 4 pm on Christmas Day in the Social Hall at 2851 Stirling Road. Please call the office to let us know you will be there. Enjoy Family Holiday Fun, Food and Fellowship!  The only thing you need to bring is yourself and a dessert to share. Dinner is being prepared by loving hands and served with gladdened hearts. Come and make this a truly

From the Pastor’s Desk 10-5-14

October 14, 2014 by  
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Dear Parish Family,

Our parish calendar which we provide once a month looks amazing. No one can say there aren’t an abundance of ministries, activities, and services at St. Maurice at Resurrection Church. It simply now becomes incumbent upon Church-going-Catholics to find out what the parish does, and then to get involved and find blessing as the Spirit prompts us.

Many of you see what happens at one of our beautiful weekend liturgies. For many, the Sunday Mass may well be the sum total of their experience of the parish, perhaps even the sum total of their discipleship. People often come to Mass and then simply go home. Yet Mondays through Saturdays here are filled with activities, youth and ministry programs, and pastoral and social services. This is over and above the many weekly liturgies, funerals, weddings, baptisms, hospital visits, and Communion calls to our elderly and homebound parishioners. So much is done. And there is much to do.

As the pastor of this parish, I know the names of many of you who are active and involved in the life of our community. There are, however, many others who are as mysterious as strangers. If you are wondering why at some Masses we don’t seem to have enough ushers, why at some Masses we don’t have enough altar servers, why we don’t have more potluck dinners, dances, and social event to build friendships, why people don’t know what is happening in their parish, why some don’t know the names of fellow worshippers, it is because many of not yet taken their rightful place in the life of the parish.

Church is something communal. Everyone is needed. All links of the chain-link fence are important and of value. There’s not a category of parish life that doesn’t need the benefit of caring individuals to assist. Can you step forward and offer your gifts of time, talent, and treasure? All are invited. Be not afraid.

Peace and All Goodness,

Fr. roger

Country Fair Dates October 30-November 2

August 15, 2014 by  
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Save the Date -
Country Fair Dates will be October 30-November 2

Helping Hands

August 15, 2014 by  
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We need people to sponsor and/or make lunch for all our hungry, hardworking volunteers who come out on Saturday mornings to help build our Country Fair. If you are interested please call
Cheryl Arena at: 954-562-6800 or


August 15, 2014 by  
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Begins on Saturday, August 23rd
8:30 am @ 2851 Stirling Road
Come on out Saturdays (even if you can only work for one hour) any and all help is needed
to build the Fair. You’ll get a YUMMY lunch too!

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