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O GOD, incline unto my aid!
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O Lord, make haste to help me!
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Glory Be to the Father....
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Arise. O Lord and let Thy enemies be scattered
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And let them that hate Thee flee from before Thy Face.
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Glory be to God.
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"My JESUS Mercy"
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O GOD, our protector, look down upon us,
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And cast thine eyes upon the Face of Thy Christ!

2020 Liturgical Calendars

6 Dec

Very Unique! Made by our priests. We strongly urge you to purchase one for your family in order to keep up with. the Mass, which celebrations are being observed, and help you in your prayers. One of .its kind. Makes a great gift. $5.00 donation.

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Padre Pio Academy News for December 8, 2019

6 Dec

The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is this Thursday, December 12. Won’t you please join the student body of Padre Pio Academy at morning Mass for this occasion? After Mass we’ll process around the campus carrying the image of Our Lady and singing Marian hymns. A stop will be made at each of the […]

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Jesus, You are our joy, our hope, our Salvation – Fr. Stephen, o.f.m.

30 Nov

As we celebrate our Thanksgiving, let us be ever faithful and grateful to Most Blessed Trinity, who gave us our life, our families, each member as gifts to us, our Savior Jesus, who gave Himself for us, our Hope, that Heaven is awaiting our reaching IT and for the gift of the Holy Ghost cleansing […]

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Sermon for the 24th Sunday after Pentecost – November 24, 2019 by Father Paul A. Norton

30 Nov

DOMINICA XXIV ET ULTIMA POST PENTECOSTEN “And unless those days had been shortened, no living creature would be saved. But for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened” This is one of three phrases I want to highlight today. Many people have asked me several times how is this possible. How can […]

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Sermon for the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost – November 17, 2019 by Monsignor Perez

22 Nov

*Remember to pick up your calendar for the coming year. Monsignor worked very hard to prepare this for our parish. As Monsignor said at Mass, “It is a journey on which the Liturgical Year takes our souls on throughout the entire year”. Monsignor began the sermon by reciting the Hail Mary. My dear faithful, what […]

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First Annual Padre Pio Academy Holiday Planner

22 Nov

November 29, Friday, through December 7 is the Novena to the Immaculate Conception. You need to partake in this to share in the graces of Fr. Smith’s Novena of Deliverance Masses. December 6 and 7 – First Friday and Saturday Masses with all-night Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. December 8, Sunday; Feast of the Immaculate […]

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Novena to Saint Andrew

22 Nov

Say the following prayer 15 times a day starting Friday, November 30 (Carmelite nuns start Sunday, November 25) through Sunday, December 25: Hail and Blessed be the hour and the moment in which the Son of God was born of the Most Pure Virgin Mary at midnight in Bethelehem in piercing cold; at that hour, […]

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Prayers for Blessing and Lighting the Advent Wreath

22 Nov

Starts next Sunday, December 1. Pray this first section every week followed by the prayers of the week: Father: Our help is in the Name of the Lord. Everyone: Who hath made heaven and earth. Father: Let us pray, Oh God, by whose word all things are sanctified, pour forth Thy blessings on this wreath, […]

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Day of Abstinence – December 13

15 Nov

Abstinence Friday, December 13 is a day of abstinence. Every person 14 years of age or older must abstain from meat (and items made with meat) unless some other form of penance for abstinence is substituted (although abstinence from meat on Fridays seems most fitting to the traditionally-minded, especially if you are dining in public

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:A “Binding Prayer” Seeking Heavenly Protection from the Evils of the Day

15 Nov

Our times with many social, cultural and geophysical catastrophes are often described as “apocalyptic”. Perhaps so, but certainly they are diabolic. It would be well to pray for one another, our priests, our Chapel and school, often, daily, that the lot of us be protected from evil forces seeking our confusion and destruction. Follows is […]

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