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802 Southeast 8th Street
Hialeah, FL 33010
(305) 888-3033
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865 West 49th Street
Hialeah, FL 33012
(305) 557-1010
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373 West 9th Street
Hialeah, FL 33010
(305) 888-6792
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4811 East 11th Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33013
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In Miami, Cuban exiles call for 'massive rally' to mark Fidel Castro's death - Miami Herald

Monday, November 28, 2016

Castro’s death.A similar, though less festive, exhortation was echoed during Sunday morning’s mass at San Lazaro Catholic Church in Hialeah, where the priest issued a stern rebuke of jubilant demonstrations celebrating Castro’s death.“We, as Christians, cannot applaud the condemnation of anyone, no matter how bad that person has been,” Monsignor Willie Peña, who is from Cuba and serves the church in Puerto Rico, told worshipers during the mass in Miami.“We are all Cubans and we have all been the victims of this person,” he continued, acknowledging that he, too, had felt mixed emotions upon learning of Castro’s death. But, he assured the congregation, justice was in God’s hands.“At this moment, the book of Fidel Castro’s life is being read by God and God is dictating the sentence,” Peña said. “The only one who knows how to bring justice is God.”As the congregation rose for the Prayers of the Faithful, which include specific mentions for respect for all human life from conception to natural death, Peña included Castro in the prayer for those who had died during the week.Then, Peña led a prayer “for all of the people who have been the victims of this man so they can forgive.”“Lord hear our prayer,” the congregation responded in unison.In light of the week’s events, Peña added one more prayer, one that was no doubt on the minds of many in the packed church — as it was among those gathered in Little Havana — that Cuba “can have a little bit more freedom.”Castro’s death elicted a response from public figures in the U.S. and abroad, including one person Miamians remember very well.Elian Gonzalez, whose arrival in Florida 16 years ago sparked an international custody battle between the U.S. and Cuba, praised Castro and defended his legacy.“Fidel was a friend who at a difficult moment was with my family, with my father, and made it possible for me to return to my father, to return to Cuba,” Gonzalez said in an appearance on Cuban government-run television.

Jose Fernandez's 2 companions remembered as talented, kind - Miami Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

SeaVee carrying him, Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and another friend violently crashed into a jetty off South Beach.More than 350 people packed into a small funeral home on a busy Hialeah street Tuesday evening, cars spilling out into nearby shopping centers.Inside, elaborate wreaths and Rivero’s distraught family memorialized the young man.Friends repeatedly spoke of his charisma.He was the kind of person, said longtime friend Jon Montesino, “that you can’t say anything bad about.”He always told his friends “I love you,” said Lynette Martinez, who went to high school with Rivero at G. Holmes Braddock Senior High in Kendall.The tragedy is especially difficult, said coworker Jeremy Feacher, because Rivero was the glue that united their group of nearly 30 sales trainees.And he was funny, said Emily Perez, who worked with Rivero at Carnival Cruise Line as a personal vacation planner.Rivero joined the cruise line in May and quickly became a popular co-worker with a “tremendous team spirit,” said Jennifer De La Cruz, a spokeswoman at Carnival Cruise Line.“Eddie will forever be part of the Carnival family, especially here in PVP [personal vacation planner] land. Although his time here with us was short, he will be forever remembered for his contributions, selflessness, motivational spirit and that awesome work ethic he always displayed,“ said Rivero’s supervi...

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In Miami, Cuban exiles call for 'massive rally' to mark Fidel Castro's death - Miami Herald

Monday, November 28, 2016

Castro’s death.A similar, though less festive, exhortation was echoed during Sunday morning’s mass at San Lazaro Catholic Church in Hialeah, where the priest issued a stern rebuke of jubilant demonstrations celebrating Castro’s death.“We, as Christians, cannot applaud the condemnation of anyone, no matter how bad that person has been,” Monsignor Willie Peña, who is from Cuba and serves the church in Puerto Rico, told worshipers during the mass in Miami.“We are all Cubans and we have all been the victims of this person,” he continued, acknowledging that he, too, had felt mixed emotions upon learning of Castro’s death. But, he assured the congregation, justice was in God’s hands.“At this moment, the book of Fidel Castro’s life is being read by God and God is dictating the sentence,” Peña said. “The only one who knows how to bring justice is God.”As the congregation rose for the Prayers of the Faithful, which include specific mentions for respect for all human life from conception to natural death, Peña included Castro in the prayer for those who had died during the week.Then, Peña led a prayer “for all of the people who have been the victims of this man so they can forgive.”“Lord hear our prayer,” the congregation responded in unison.In light of the week’s events, Peña added one more prayer, one that was no doubt on the minds of many in the packed church — as it was among those gathered in Little Havana — that Cuba “can have a little bit more freedom.”Castro’s death elicted a response from public figures in the U.S. and abroad, including one person Miamians remember very well.Elian Gonzalez, whose arrival in Florida 16 years ago sparked an international custody battle between the U.S. and Cuba, praised Castro and defended his legacy.“Fidel was a friend who at a difficult moment was with my family, with my father, and made it possible for me to return to my father, to return to Cuba,” Gonzalez said in an appearance on Cuban government-run television.

Jose Fernandez's 2 companions remembered as talented, kind - Miami Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

SeaVee carrying him, Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and another friend violently crashed into a jetty off South Beach.More than 350 people packed into a small funeral home on a busy Hialeah street Tuesday evening, cars spilling out into nearby shopping centers.Inside, elaborate wreaths and Rivero’s distraught family memorialized the young man.Friends repeatedly spoke of his charisma.He was the kind of person, said longtime friend Jon Montesino, “that you can’t say anything bad about.”He always told his friends “I love you,” said Lynette Martinez, who went to high school with Rivero at G. Holmes Braddock Senior High in Kendall.The tragedy is especially difficult, said coworker Jeremy Feacher, because Rivero was the glue that united their group of nearly 30 sales trainees.And he was funny, said Emily Perez, who worked with Rivero at Carnival Cruise Line as a personal vacation planner.Rivero joined the cruise line in May and quickly became a popular co-worker with a “tremendous team spirit,” said Jennifer De La Cruz, a spokeswoman at Carnival Cruise Line.“Eddie will forever be part of the Carnival family, especially here in PVP [personal vacation planner] land. Although his time here with us was short, he will be forever remembered for his contributions, selflessness, motivational spirit and that awesome work ethic he always displayed,“ said Rivero’s supervi...