Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, January 21, 2018
Online Giving is now available at San Isidro!
Registration & Scheduling for Fingerprinting
Here is how to register online and schedule an appointment for fingerprints:
- Open the internet browser and log onto www.fieldprintflorida.com.
- On right hand side of screen, click “Schedule an Appointment”.
- New Users or Existing Users screen
- All applicants must continue through “New Users” to create an account with Fieldprint.
- A valid email address/account is needed for the registration.
NOTE: On this page (top right hand corner), applicant can change the registration from English to SPANISH.
- Sign Up screen
- Create a password, security question and security question answer.
- Re-type the email address used in previous screen.
- And then click on “Sign Up and Continue”.
- “Reason why you need to be fingerprinted” screen
- Then click on I KNOW MY FIELDPRINT CODE
- The Code is: FPAOMParishVol
- FIELDPRINT CODE screen
- All Fieldprint codes are CASE SENSITIVE.
- Entity has provided the this code to be used during your registration:
- Personal Information screen
- The information requested on the scheduling site is the information required by FDLE/FBI in order to process the criminal search. This is the same information required to be completed by the applicant on “the old” ink hard cards.
- Screen 1 of Personal Information must be filled out completely so an accurate criminal background can be reached.
- Screen 2 of Personal Information must also be filled out completely.
- Additional Information screen
- Select the “School Location” and “Job Type”
NOTE: Applicant will select a “job type” based on participation (i.e. Parent volunteer, Usher, etc.).
- Select the “School Location” and “Job Type”
- VECHS Waiver Agreement and Statement screen
- Requirement of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
- Must provide a response for all questions with an asterisk (*).
- Final step is the Registration Confirmation page.
- Schedule Appointment: They use your address to locate places nearest you where you can have your fingerprints taken. Proceed to make an appointment at one of these places.
- Applicant must present two (2) valid forms of identification:
- Valid State Driver’s Licence or Valid State Identification Card
- US Passport or Foreign Passport
- Social Security card
- Credit Card
- Utility bill
- For more examples - list is provided on appointment confirmation page
Make Your New Year's Resolution LIFE CHANGING!
Plan to Join Us Saturday, January 20th at 9:00 am.
As we pray the rosary in unity with the March for Life in Washington, DC in front of this local abortion provider's office: Michael Benjamin, MD, 7777 N. University Drive, Tamarac, 33321.
Phone NB Respect Life for further details, (954) 977-7769.
Pope Francis, "Abortion is a death penalty for the unborn.”
Magnificat of Broward
Magnificat of Broward Chapter, a ministry to Catholic women, is very excited to announce our next county breakfast! We want to invite women of the parish to join us. After the meal, there will be a special guest speaker who will witness to the transforming love of Christ in her.
Speaker: Maria Vadia
Date: Saturday, January 27, 2018
Time: 10am– 1:30 pm
Place: Sheraton Suites 311 N. University Dr. Plantation, FL 33324
Seats: $25.00 (Includes breakfast).
Register by sending a check made out to “Magnificat of Browrd” and mail it to: Kathy Cotrona 5344 NW 117 Ave. Coral Springs, FL 33076 or call her at: (954) 635-7458
Register Early, Limited Seats.
Deadline is Monday, January 22, 2018.
Please plan to come and bring a frend to rejoice in the presence of the Lord! We look forward to having you join us!
Knights of Columbus Coming to Our Parish
The Knights of Columbus (KofC) is a Catholic fraternal order whose main purpose is to support the Church, provide for families and the needy, and provide an atmosphere of spiritual growth within our community.
Our Order achieves its mission by focusing in six key areas; Church, Council, Family, Community, Culture of life, Priestly and Religious Vocations, and Youth. All practicing Catholic men 18 and over are welcome to join.
You are invited to our membership drive on January 27th/28th to learn more about our brotherhood and mission.
Pope Saint John Paul II The Great said, “The Knights of Columbus is the strong right arm of the Church.” Contact Grand Knight Erick Frederick (754) 234-3775 for further information
Important Announcement For All Volunteers Serving Youth And Vulnerable Adults
In conformity with the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops’ request as found in the Charter for the Protection of Children, all parish volunteers working either directly or indirectly with minors under the age of 18 and those visiting the sick and vulnerable adults, are required to take a Safe Environment Virtus training course. Additionally, volunteers MUST undergo a background check by having their fingerprints taken. Those volunteers whom have had their fingerprints done prior to and including 2012, must have their fingerprints redone. Volunteers handling cash in the parish must also undergo a background check.
The affected volunteers include Catechists, Catechist Aids, Youth Ministers, Food Ministry Volunteers, Music Ministers (whenever minors are present in the choir), Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion who visit the sick, Children’s Liturgy of the Word Ministers, Altar Server leaders, Altar Servers 18 and older, Dance Leaders, Dancing Ministry Members who are 18 and over, Sacristans, and Baptism Set Up Coordinators.
We have scheduled a Virtus training in our Parish on January 27, 2018, from 1:00 - 4:00 pm in the Parish Hall.
Those volunteers handling cash include Ushers and Money Counters and only need to do their fingerprints. While not required to do the Virtus course, it is highly encouraged and recommended.
Volunteers failing to comply with these archdiocesan regulations cannot serve in any ministry related to children and vulnerable adults. Should you have any questions, please contact Luz Lopez at (954) 971-8780, email: email@example.com or you can email Father Wilfredo Contreras at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The information to register follows below.
Recognizing that each individual is created by God, the Archdiocese of Miami is committed to the safety and wellbeing of its children and vulnerable adults and implements procedures to minimize risk and barriers and to build and foster a culture of safe environment.
The Archdiocese does not tolerate abuse or neglect of anyone. It will comply with all obligations of civil and canon law; it will promote healing where it is needed, provide education, training and guidance when it is appropriate, and endeavor to prevent any abuse of minors or vulnerable adults with firm justice and mercy towards all.
The Archdiocese of Miami maintains a dedicated hotline, 1-866-802-2873, that is broadly advertised and available, with voice message capacity, 24/7, to receive calls from victims. A call received via the hotline is logged according to policy and immediately referred to the Victim Assistance Coordinator to contact the victim and offer assistance. All allegations of sexual abuse by Church Personnel or on church premises shall be reported promptly to the Archdiocesan Contact Person. The Archdiocesan Contact Person shall immediately notify the Archdiocesan Attorney who will in turn notify the local State Attorney.
Register for a Virtus course in your area:. Follow these instructions
- Go to the website: virtus.org
- Click on: First Time Registrant
- Click on: Begin the registration process
- Click on: Select your organization
- Scroll down to Miami, FL (Archdiocese)
- The site will give you information on the many places and dates of Virtus courses in the archdiocese. Select the one that you prefer.
- Follow the instructions thereafter to register for one of these courses.
January 6/7, 2018
- 1st Collection: $10,510.50
- 2nd Collection: $1,563.00
- Online giving: $780.00
- Total Collection: $12.853.50
*The second collection is dedicated as funds for the maintenance of the church buildings.
After John had been arrested, Jesus came to Galilee proclaiming the gospel of God:"This is the time of fulfillment. The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the gospel."
As he passed by the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting their nets into the sea; they were fishermen. Jesus said to them, "Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men."
Then they abandoned their nets and followed him. He walked along a little farther and saw James, the son of Zebedee, and his brother John. They too were in a boat mending their nets.
Then he called them. So they left their father Zebedee in the boat along with the hired men and followed him.