Spiritual Ministries


Ministry Leader

Victor Martinez

Ministry to the grieving is a ministry of prayer, outreach, spiritual resources, counsel, and accompaniment. It begins with the our concern for those who have experienced loss, offering help in planning next steps, information and assistance regarding Catholic funeral rituals, as well as follow-up support as the journey of grief and healing unfold.

Appointments with one of the priests is always available.

Bible Study

Ministry Leader

Martha Betancourt
Assistant Director of Faith Formation
(954) 473-8170

Catholic Scripture Study, a 28 to 30 week program, takes place from September to May. Each year, a different book of the Bible is studied in a relaxed environment that includes some lectures and small group discussion. There’s even some “homework” too! The program takes place on Tuesday mornings. Registration is required and normally take place during the month of August. Classes start by mid-September.

Charismatic Group

Ministry Leader

Judy Davila
RCIA Spanish
Luz Giraldo
Charismatic Group
(754) 214-7316

Options both in English and Spanish available.

“Testigos del Amor de Dios” nos encuentras laborando en la Vina del Senor todos los miercoles despues de asistir a la Misa de 7:00pm. Con cantos alegres alabamos a Dios, reflexionamos con las Escrituras de la Sagrada Biblia y oramos por las necesidades de los que asisten y de toda la comunidad.

Todos los anos ofrecemos “Seminario de Vida en el Espiritu” para vivir el encuentro personal con Jesus Resucitado. En tiempos del pandemia seguimos reunidnedonos por Zoom a las 8:30pm.

Divine Mercy

Ministry Leader

Aster Zabala
Divine Mercy

  • a. Hour of Great Mercy

This is a ministry of prayer, praying the “Hour of Great Mercy Prayer” and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Takes place every day (except Sundays) at 3:00pm in the Gazebo. On Fridays, the Litany of Divine Mercy and “Prayer of Saint Faustina for Living Mercy.”

  • b. Cenacle of Divine Mercy

This is a Catholic study ministry. It includes the prayerful study and sharing on the “Diary of Saint Faustina”, the Holy Bible, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Study Guide: “Cenacle Formation Manual”: Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy. Meets twice a month; every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 7:00pm to 8:30pm.

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  • Sundays: 11:30am - 12 Noon.
  • 1:00pm - 1:30pm.
  • Monday - Friday: by appointment only 954-473-6261.

Intercessory Prayer for the Sick

If you would like to make a prayer request for someone who is ill and in need of spiritual support, please contact our prayer-request-line at:

These requests are immediately placed on the altar table of the priests' private chapel, where the intentions will be remembered in prayer when evening Vespers are prayed. The prayers will also be included in the prayer intentions of the Divine Mercy Cenacle each day at 3:00pm in the Gazebo.

Parishioners can also assist in the prayer ministry by praying for the sick during the "Prayer of the Faithful" at Mass, as well as in the context of their personal prayers for those whose names are listed in our weekly parish bulletin.


Ministry Leader

Aster Zabala
Divine Mercy

The mission of this ministry is to pray for the needs of all people of our parish, our country and the world, through the intercession and guidance of our Holy Mother the Virgin Mary; we unite with her through the prayer of the Holy Rosary.

  • We pray for the sick, every morning in the Gazebo after the 8:30am Mass;
  • For our country: Monday through Saturday in the Gazebo at 3:30pm. (On Thursdays and Saturdays, we pray at 2:30pm)


Primarily a ministry of prayer, the support of religious vocations to the diaconate, priesthood, and consecrated life is an important need for our Church today and the future advancement of the Gospel of Christ.

We make the ground fertile for vocations by praying for an increase of vocations, raising consciousness of the need to pray for, identify, and inspire individuals from our parish and families to consider responding to the Lord’s call to holy service. We help coordinate event which promote vocations. And we also encourage the Vocation Chalice Program, where families pray for vocations in their homes.