San Pablo

 Catholic Church
550 122nd Street, Oceanside
Mile Marker 53.5
Marathon, Florida 33050
305-289-0636
FAX 305-743-8192

sanpablomarathon.org

info@sanpablomarathon.org
Office Hours:

 Mon - Friday 8:30am - 3:00pm


WE RETURN TO OUR
REGULAR SCHEDULE
THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS
WILL BE
CELEBRATED
ON SATURDAY
AT
5:00 PM

AND SUNDAY
AT
8:00 AM AND 11:00 AM
1:30PM Spanish Mass

CONFESSIONS
SATURDAY
AT
3:00 PM

*
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
CLASSES
WILL BE
AT
NOON
IN THE PARISH HALL

THE DAILY MASS AT 8 O'CLOCK
WILL BE CELEBRATED
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
 
PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW
TO READ OUR SUNDAY BULLETIN




SAN PABLO WOMAN'S CLUB
WILL HOLD THEIR MONTHLY MEETING
THIS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH
AT 5:00 PM
IN THE PARISH HALL.
THE MEETING INCLUDES DINNER
PLEASE CALL
SUE PALGUTA @ 305-393-3378
TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE
ALL WOMEN OF THE PARISH ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORM
2016-2017_Religious_Registration_Form_English.pdf
Rev. Luis R. Rivera
Deacon John Kirk
Daily Mass:
   Monday - Friday: 8:00 am
Weekend Masses:
Regular Schedule
   Saturday: 
5:00 pm
   Sunday:    8:00 am  
                 11:00 am
 
Spanish Mass  1:30pm

Confessions:
   Saturday: 3:00 pm- 4:00 pm

Contact the Office for: Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage, Sacrament of the sick
, and RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
For appointments email: info@sanpablomarathon.org

Mary (Sis) Kirk

Office Manager

Sis is from South Philly and has been married to Deacon John for 44 years.  She is an avid swimmer and the Parish office Manager waiting to greet you with a smile.

 

Talk to Sis:

siskirk@sanpablomarathon.org 

Welcome from Father Rivera
Dear Parishioners and Guests:
(To read Fr. Rivera's welcome letter in Spanish, please  CLICK HERE )
 

Welcome to our parish and this website. It is my pleasure to invite you to grow with us, pray with us and live the sacramental life of the church as followers of Jesus Christ here at San Pablo Catholic Church. 

This parish family of San Pablo is a beautiful example of what is a parish community in the 21st Century. Our parish is a living body that believes, lives and celebrates the Mystery of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ. Our parish is becoming a multilinguistic community. We celebrate in English and soon in Spanish, the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist and other sacraments.

 

In essences, our parish is Eucharistic and missionary. We are born from the Eucharist, we live for the Eucharist and we are sent forth by the Eucharist. Canon 211 of the Code of Canon law emphatically states: “All the Christian faithful have the duty and right to work so that the divine message of salvation more and more reaches all people in every age and in every land.” So we are sent from the Eucharist to go and proclaim the good news to all.

 

As you read the descriptions of our living community and its ministries, please consider sharing your gifts from God by joining them. If any member of our pastoral ministry, or I may be of assistance, please call 305-289-0636.

 

I want to thank all who presently minister to our parish community; may God continue to bless our parish and all of our efforts as we work together to make present His Kingdom among us.  Again, welcome to our parish family and our new website: May the power of the Holy Spirit within us continue to guide us as members of the Mystic Body of Christ – the Church.

 

Sincerely, 

Rev. Luis Rivera , Pastor



 Deacon John Kirk arrived at San Pablo Parish in 2008 from St. Mary's Church, Williamstown, NJ.  He oversees Sacramental records, assists at Mass, preaches, visits the sick and offers spiritual guidance to those seeking it.  He is a graduate of Mt St Mary's College in Emmitsburg, MD and holds degrees in English and Theology.  He was ordained a permanent deacon in 1997 by Bishop James Mc Hugh.  Deacon John and his wife, Sis, have 4 grown children and one  deceased son, Peter.  They have ten grandchildren.

Terry Walters -

Religious Education Director


Terry has been the RE Director at San Pablo for the past 12 years.  She is a graduate of Mundelein College, part of Loyola University in Chicago.

She and her husband, John, were married for over 50 years.  They have one daughter, one son, and six grandchildren.  Email her at

twalters@sanpablomarathon.org


 

Paul Navara - Plant Manager


For the past 14 years, Paul has managed and maintained the Prayer Garden and church grounds of San Pablo.


Paul has two daughters and a dog named Minnie.


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