Parish Office Hours:
Monday to Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Upcoming Events

The custom of the last six years at Little Flower has been to have a special potluck dinner, called “Catholic Casseroles,” each Wednesday evening during Lent. The dinner is followed by a 30 to 40 minute seasonal reflection, meant to assist the community in their Lenten journey.

This year, we will continue this custom, with two new features:

  • we will have a rotational schedule of speakers;
  • we will have a simultaneous program
    in English and Spanish (English on the ground floor;
    Spanish on the top floor of Comber Hall).

The community dinner starts at 6:30pm. The reflection starts at 7:30pm and concludes by 8:15pm. All are welcome.

The following is the schedule of speakers:

Date First Floor English Second Floor Spanish
Feb. 21 Father Flores Deacon Fleitas
Feb. 28 Father Davis Father Flores
Mar. 7 Father Stravinskas Deacon Parlade
Mar. 14 Deacon Fleitas Father Garreaud
Mar. 21 Father Garreaud Father Genu

Join the Regnum Christi ministry group for a Lenten Evening of Reflection

On Thursday, February 22nd at 7:00pm in Comber Hall .

The evening of Reflection will include Eucharistic Adoration, Mass, confession, a rosary, time for private prayer and meditation and a potluck meal! All are welcome!

Saturday, February 24, 2018 from 9:00am to 3:30pm.

Address: St. Thomas University, Convocation Hall
16401 NW 37th Avenue, Miami Gardens

Learn more about innovative and natural options for women’s healthcare. Leading physicians, experts, and real women will share insights about safe reproductive healthcare that is medically unmatched and ethically sound.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Christopher Stroud, MD
Creighton Model/NaProTECHNOLOGY: Faithful, Effective Options to Manage Fertility

Haley Stewart
From The Pill to NFP: How Quitting Contraception (and Embracing Church Teaching) Taught Me to Stop Thinking My Body Was Broken

Breakout Sessions

Gloria Fonts Suarez
Walking in Faith through Infertility.

Mari Pablo
Freedom in Authentic Femininity (geared toward youth/young adults)

Haley Stewart
Spiritual Health for Moms: Living the Liturgical Year in Your Domestic Church

Dr. Christopher Stroud, MD
Pro-life and Pro-contraception: Is there a dilemma? (geared toward medical professionals)

Vendor and resource tables are available. Lunch, coffee, and snacks are included. Simultaneous Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Take advantage of our Early Bird Special now through January 15, 2018. Register online today at

Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Miami, with support from the Catholic Medical Association and the Couple to Couple League.

Click here to download flyer >>

We invite you to attend the 19th Annual Marriage Covenant Retreat the Weekend of March 2nd, 3rd, & 4th. The Marriage Covenant retreat consists of a weekend of activities, talks, and exercises to strengthen our marriages. We cover key topics such as God’s place in our marriage, praying as a couple, communication, forgiveness, and family.

The retreat provides a unique opportunity to pause from daily life and reflect on our marriages. It is also a great way to have fun and to meet other couples. Subsequent to the retreat, we have monthly meetings. These meetings not only strengthen our marriage but they are fun and create long-lasting friendships.

Retreat Contacts:
Richard & Maria Laviña (305) 984-5143 |
Joe & Carla Rebak 305-632-7291 |

Monday, March 5th at 7:00pm.

Our parish will once again have a HEALING MASS, during which the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will be bestowed.

Several concelebrating priests will be present, as we pray for those who are terminally or seriously ill, those with a persistent health malady, those approaching surgery, those recovering from surgery, and those weakened by the burden of years are especially welcome to be present. All are welcome to pray for those in need of healing and spiritual consolation.

Nationally renowned speaker Father Peter Stravinskas of the Priestly Society of John Henry Cardinal Newmann, and Editor of the Catholic Encyclopedia, will be at our parish for four days, offering a Lenten Mission for the benefit of our people. Parishioners, school families, and visitors, one and all, are invited to be present and enter more deeply into the spirit of the season of Lent.

Wednesday, March 7th, 7:30pm.

Father Stravinskas will offer a 45-minute Lenten lecture at Comber Hall. Come early, bring a dish of food, and join in the potluck dinner which begins at 6:30pm.

Thursday, March 8th at 7:00pm

Father will preside at a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Exposition in church, offering a sermon, and concluding a period of adoration with Solemn Benediction.

Friday, March 9th at 7:30pm

Father will preside at the Stations of the Cross in church and offer a sermon on the “Redemptive Sacrifice of Christ.”

Saturday, March 10th at 8:00am

Father Stravinskas will celebrate an Ad Orientem Novus Ordo Latin Mass at the side Marian Altar at the Church of the Little Flower. His homily will be on the topic of “Mary at the Foot of the Cross.” He will also be available for confession afterwards.

Father Peter Stravinskas, of the Priestly Society of John Henry Cardinal Newman, and editor of the Catholic Encyclopedia, will be the featured presenter at this spring’s Lenten Mission, which will take place in English on March 7, 8, 9, and 10.

† Part of the Catholic Casseroles series, he will offer a lecture on March 7th.

† He will offer a Holy Hour with Solemn Benediction and a sermon on March 8th.

† He will preside at the Stations of the Cross and offer a sermon on the topic of the “Redemptive Sacrifice of Christ” on Friday, March 9th.

† He will conclude his time with us by offering an Ad Orientem Mass at the Marian Altar, on Saturday morning, March 10th at 8am, during which he will preach about “Mary at the Foot of the Cross.”

Further details are forthcoming.

VIP Event, Evening of March 15; All Day March 16 in Comber Hall;


Tuesday, March 27th at 7:00pm

Confessions are available every Saturday between 8:30am to 10:00am. A specially scheduled evening of confessions will be available on Holy Tuesday, March 27th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. All are welcome to spiritually prepare for Easter.

The annual choral Service of Darkness liturgy is scheduled for Wednesday, March 28th at 7:30pm. Readings, prayers, and choral musical will help us enter into the spirit and tone of the Triduum.

All are welcome.

Saturday, April 7th at 7:30pm

Join fellow parishioners, family and friends for a whole new twist to our annual gathering and fundraising event. The Inaugural Little Flower Food and Wine Festival will take place on Saturday, April 7th at 7:30pm in Comber Hall.

Come aboard as we take a journey around the world with our very own guest pilot, “Captain Michael” (yes, that would be Fr. Davis!) and enjoy a sampling of delicious foods and fantastic wines from a whole host of countries, including the United States, Cuba, China, Italy, Spain & the Middle East.

Tickets are ON SALE NOW for only $50 per person! Get your boarding pass after during the week at the Parish Office.

For more details, please contact Jorge Perez at the Parish Office.

Join Father Davis on the trip of a lifetime, the best religion class you will ever have in your life, an amazing adventure and backspin into history to the land of biblical fame, where you can walk in the footsteps of Jesus in Holy Land.

Planned by Father Davis and organized by the nationally renowned Catholic Travel Centre, parishioners and their family members, as well as friends of the Church of the Little Flower, will embark upon a 10-day pilgrimage trip to the Holy Land, November 9-18, 2018.

An amazing itinerary, which will include a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and a Mass in Bethlehem, and at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, will compliment comfortable accommodations, excellent Mediterranean cuisine, and cultural and educational experiences that will be sure to warm the soul and renew faith. Color brochures will soon be available in January.

An information meeting is scheduled on Thursday, February 1st at 7:30pm in the parish hall. All are welcome.

To get your name on the list, please contact Father Davis at (305) 446-9950, ext.301. Only 50 seats are available. There are 31 names already on the list. Join us in the Holy Land next year!

ONLY TWO (2!) pilgrim spaces remain for the January 2019 World Youth Day Pilgrimage in Panama.

Pilgrims MUST be at least 16 years old by the date of departure. Please contact Jorge Santibáñez at the parish office for more information about WYD and details on how to reserve a spot and sign up with our group.

After all Masses today, we’ll be selling the NEW COTLF Car Magnets and the COTLF Tiny Saints for $5 each. 100% of the proceeds of these sales support the WYD trip. Donations are also welcome!