415 NE 105th Street, MIami Shores, Florida 33138
Tel: 305-758-0539



We want you to know that we are here for you. Should you need anything, please do not hesitate to contact us at the church office at 305-758-0539- Monday through Friday 8am - 4:30pm.

Dear Friends,
I am pleased to share with you the good news that we are moving toward a limited reopening of our church. It has been a difficult time for us since March 18thwhen our doors were closed for public masses. The Archbishop had to make a difficult decision to suspend public masses out of concern for everyone’s safety and in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Now that the governor and the local governments have started to relax the restrictions, Archbishop Wenski has announced that we can begin to reopen churches for masses with a congregation starting with daily masses on Tuesday, May 26th.

The church floor will have blue tape arrow markings to denote the one way access. We will also have ushers to assist/direct everyone once inside the church.




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. Hymnals, missalettes, holy water will be removed from the church; and the church and its facilities will be sanitized between services. Hand sanitizers are available at church entrances. In entering or leaving the church, and in approaching the altar to receive Holy Communion please maintain proper social distance. These arrangements will take some time
getting used to and so you are asked to pay attention to ushers or others who may be directing. After Mass please do not congregate in the church or outside but make your way home.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
The coronavirus pandemic continues to pose new challenges for us all. Today, we find ourselves in a time of twin crises: the worst global public health crisis in our lifetimes and the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Yet, around the world, we are united in common purpose of caring for the sick, pursuing a cure, and lifting the human spirit.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge us. Southeast Florida leads the State in the numbers of people infected; and, to be sure, all of us are affected. I pray that your greatest challenge will be only how to cope with some boredom and perhaps cabin fever because of the need for “social distancing.” 
Yet, as people of faith, we trust in the power of prayer and in the providence of our loving God; as a people of hope, we know that God will never abandon us; as a people of charity, despite our own fears and anxieties, we must stand in solidarity with all our brothers and sisters who are infected or affected by this pandemic.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken our world – and our lives. Like in the aftermath of 9/11, we feel like the world has changed; but we don’t know yet what the “new normal” will be. But as a people of faith, we trust in the power of prayer and in the providence of our loving God; as a people of hope, we know that God will never abandon us; as a people of charity, despite our own fears and anxieties, we stand in solidarity with all our brothers and sisters who are infected or affected by this pandemic.  [READ MORE...]


*As of March 18th, the Archdiocese of Miami (ADOM) has suspended all public Masses and Adoration in the Church and the Chapel until further notice and the Church will remain closed.

* Our priests will celebrate Masses privately.  If you have requested Mass intentions, please be assured that they will be offered.   We are in the process of setting up Masses to live stream on our website.  In the meantime you can visit EWTN. com or

* EWTN in English: 8 a.m. daily, repeated at noon and 7 p.m. It can also be accessed at or heard at; or accessed at any time at:

* At this time, the Parish Office will remain open during normal business hours 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

* Please call the Parish office at 305-758-0539 to arrange for confessions, funeral needs, weddings, baptisms and pastoral care (including visits to the sick and homebound). Our regular confession times will remain the same but held in the kiosk.

* The Sunday bulletin will be available online.   We also invite you to sign up the for the Sunday bulletin email so you can be up to date on the latest developments and receive the bulletins weekly.  SIGN UP HERE

* Please be advised that the Sacrament of Confirmation at St. Rose of Lima Church scheduled for Saturday, April 4, 2020 has been postponed.

* As we confront this pandemic together in the coming weeks, please continue to support SRL through online giving.  Please select the Parish soft button on the website in order to create your online giving account or you can text “Give” to 305-745-7781.

* Let us place our trust in God, who always cares for us.  Let us pray for each other in this difficult time and continue to remain safe.

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8:15 a.m. | 5:00 p.m. (Vigil Mass)

7 a.m. | 9 a.m. (Family Mass) | 11 a.m. | 5 p.m. (All in English)
1 p.m. (in Spanish)

Weekdays 6:45 a.m. | 8:15 a.m.

We will stream:
SUNDAY MORNING:at 9:00 AM in English and 1:00 PM in Spanish.


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