Rehearsals at 12:30 p.m. Sundays
Contact music Director HoangDung “Zung” Le,
Sacristans, Cleaners, Flowers and Holiday Setup
Contact the Parish Office to learn more.
Our Council of Catholic Women meets on the first Wednesday of each month, October through May.
The ladies meet first in the Church for the 11 a.m. Mass, then in the Parish Hall for the meeting and refreshments.
The Council also organizes a variety of fundraisers throughout the year, including the Christmas Boutique in November, which features an array of gifts as well as beautiful handicrafts made by parishioners.
For information, contact President Cathie Desjean at 954-943-9154.
Read the Council’s brochure.
Learn more about the National Council of Catholic Women.
The Respect Life Ministry of the Archdiocese of Miami, faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, exists to uphold the sanctity and dignity of all human life from conception to natural death.
The ministry is involved in a variety of projects and activities, including:
~ Pregnancy Help Center, including limited ultrasounds
~ Pregnancy tests
~ Maternal Assistance
~ Community Referrals
~ Support and care for pregnant women, including infant goods
~ Parenting classes for men and women
~ Project Rachel for women who have experienced an abortion
~ Project Joseph - Better Men, Better Dads. Project Joseph, a joint venture between Respect Life Ministry Archdiocese of Miami and the Franciscans of Life, has evolved into an archdiocesan network of formation and service for men who are in crisis pregnancies.
~ Monthly prayer gatherings at women’s clinics around South Florida
~ Annual Baby Bottle Campaign for our Religious Education students
~ Annual May Baby Shower
~ Annual March for Life
~ Forty Days for Life
~ Chastity Day for students
~ Catholic Days at the Capital
~ Respect Life Sunday
For information, call the Parish Office at 954-943-9154 and ask for Darlene Ludwick.
You’re invited to join other Catholics as we commit to 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion.
You’re also invited to stand and peacefully pray with us outside a local abortion provider’s office. Stay tuned to the bulletin for future dates.
Since the beginning of this movement, it is estimated that 11,700 unborn babies have been saved through these efforts.
Morning Prayer, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Solemn Benediction
First Friday of the month, following the 11 a.m. Mass
Today there are an estimated 5 million members in the Legion of Mary worldwide. Requirement for membership is that one is a practicing Catholic, over 18 years of age and has a willingness to pray and perform Works of Mercy. There are two grades of membership: Active and Auxiliary.
To be an active member in the Legion of Mary, one must be a practicing Catholic. Active members serve God under the banner of Mary by attending and praying at a weekly meeting. The members of the Legion are primarily engaged in the performance of the Spiritual Works of Mercy rather than works of material aid (which are prohibited).
Auxiliary members serve through prayers. The Legions booklet, called the Tessera, consists of the daily recitation of prayers plus five decades of the rosary. This membership is open to priests, religious and lay people who are unable or unwilling to assume the duties of active membership, but who associate themselves with the Legion by undertaking a service of prayer in its name.
Every Tuesday in the rectory at 9 AM. For more information call: Jamie Remacle - 954-448-0033.
Altar Servers, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist, Commentators, Lectors, Ushers
New volunteers contact the parish office.