members and volunteers aiming to educate our Caribbean leader's of tommorrow
So what exactly is this Rosary thing that Catholics do? Isn't it just repetitious prayer babbling the Hail Mary? Isn't vain repetition banned by the Bible?
The Truth is that if you say your Rosary daily, and meditate on its mysteries, it will bring down many graces from heaven to you. It will strengthen you to overcome temptation, and to grow holy. It will lead you straight to heaven, and away from the devil. Saying the rosary is pondering the life of Christ with Mary, as she did in Luke 2:19. Is 15 or 20 minutes a day worth that to you? How many people do you know that say the rosary daily are lustful, angry, slothful, etc.? Habitual sin will no longer be a part of your life.
Yesterday a few members S.N.V.T Inc. and I fed the homeless and I'm so glad that I was able to participate. The Lord gave me the opportunity to be here with my family and friends and to share this moment with them. Usually I would be at work while their doing God's work. But it feels wonderful giving back to those who are less fortunate then we are. I want to say thank you to everyone who was able to participate either physically or monetarily. May God bless you all.
One of the primary unifying forces of the Cuban community in South Florida is La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre, or Our Lady of Charity. In 1898, after Cuba won its independence from Spain, she became the official patroness of the island. The Cuban soldiers credited their victory to the Virgin's intervention in their crusade for independence. The Virgin is seen as a religious tradition that strongly unites Cubans on both sides of the Florida Straits. In South Florida, Cubans throughout the United States gather each year to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Charity on September the eighth. Alongside the traditional Catholic service, many within the exile congregation offer their hopes and prayers, to the Virgin, for a Cuba free from communism.
Though Cuba is where the celebration of La Virgen de la…Continue
To all members we received sad news. Rev. Daniel Bernard Mother has passed away on 10/24/2013. Please keep the Bernard Family in your prayer during this time of sorrow.
The Wake will be on Friday November 1, 2013 at Holy Cross Catholic Church from 3pm to 7pm. The funeral will be on Saturday November 2, 2013 at 9:30am at the same church. The Church is located at 2530 Church Ave Brooklyn, NY 11226.
S.N.V.T.’s outreach ministry will also help the low-income general-public to discover, document and disseminate factual information about the Caribbean American history and cultural traditions of the people who live in the Lakeland and Polk County Florida community.
S.N.V.T.’s outreach ministry will also help the general-public to understand Caribbean roots and heritage.
S.N.V.T.’s outreach ministry will also help the general-public by helping needy and homeless, social services, elderly services, children services, translation and immigration services exclusively for religious and charitable purposes.
Our objectives are to create a youth group to further expand their minds by teaching them Caribbean culture through history, languages, dance, and religion.
Our planned events for the youth are designed to further exercise their knowledge in areas such as sports events, talent shows, tutoring, and information technology classes.
We are in the process of opening a daycare to provide support to parents of the community while giving young people a safe environment to interact and grow.
Our objectives are to create transportation aid that help the elderly of our community get groceries or attend doctors appointment and other activities.
We will involve the youth in playing games and participate in activities that show appreciation of the elderly such as dominoes, bingo, card games, broidery, baking, puzzles.
We also sponsor basic education and other information specifically for the elderly.
Our objectives are to provide services such as family counseling, health and nutrition education, and parenting and family education.
We offer the following services to the community such as legal document preparation services, basic education and GED prep, income tax preparation, immigration service and U.S. citizenship services, translation and notary public.
During these tough economic times, S.N.V.T., Inc. encourages you to get all the help you can to earn extra money.
We can help you start or grow your own small business. Our counselor can show you how to set-up your business, incorporate, get your business licenses, open bank accounts, pay your taxes, and get business credit to help you be successful.