- Adriano GarciaEmail
Amor en Acción is a missionary community of the Archdiocese of Miami, formed in 1976 by a group of young immigrants. They were inspired by the principle of “faith without actions is dead” (James 2:14), seeking ways to share that love they experienced in Christ with those living in poverty and suffering oppression. Sister Diocese relationships have been established in both Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Amor en Acción continues to be primarily a volunteer missionary effort, enriched by its roots in a migrant story, and called to live mission in ordinary life, in extraordinary ways.
CDPS educates people on the current issues impacting the Catholic Church and inspires them to get involved. Its primary mission is to educate parishioners on life, family, and religious freedom issues and to inspire Catholic identity into action. CDPS members have launched awareness campaigns for Religious Freedom, and established the Fortnight for Freedom at COTLF. CDPS also organizes protests against Planned Parenthood, and plans and participates in 40 Days 4 Life activities.
- Gina SantibañezEmail
This is an invaluable service to those members of the parish family who are no longer able to attend Sunday Mass. Arrangements can be made for a home visit by a priest, deacon, or lay minister. Communion, confession, and anointing can be made available and scheduled.
- Joe LluhiEmail
The COTLF Homeless Ministry is comprised of altruistic volunteers, mainly from our parish, and outside as well, that provide food, drink, and service to the homeless people of Miami through a partnership with the Miami Rescue Mission. 100% of our donations of food come from our volunteers and neighborhood food stores. We meet once a month on the 2nd Sunday of every month, and our goal is to serve dinner to 350 individuals, men, women, and children at the MRM.
Children 14 years and older are welcomed and will be provided with community service hours.
- Gloria Fonts SuarezEmail
A caring ministry designed to bring spiritual hope and encouragement, support and love, to married couples struggling with infertility or pregnancy/infant loss. Presentations include opportunities for reflection, education, and solidarity with others along the journey. Masses are also scheduled throughout the year to help bring hope and healing.
Founded by Father Michael J. McGivney in Connecticut, the Knights of Columbus is a national Catholic fraternal benefit society, formed to render financial aid to members and their families, to the sick, disabled and needy. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among the members, complemented by educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief, and public service initiatives. They also promote priestly vocations and support seminaries and seminarians.
- Katy DunnEmail
The Prayer Shawl Ministry is an ecumenical movement with people praying as they create hand-knitted and crocheted shawls for those in need. Shawls are freely available to anyone in need of special prayers or a warm, comforting spiritual hug.
If you enjoy knitting, and/or crocheting, or you would like to learn, this is a great opportunity to turn this useful hobby into spiritual riches.
- Maria de CastroEmail
Our ministry’s goal is to help the children who are receiving care at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. “Reaching for a Smile” volunteers visit the hospital once a month, and because of generous donations from YOU, they are able to put a smile on these little ones’ faces.
- Esther SanchezEmail
A group of dedicated parishioners who strive to make Little Flower a welcoming and inviting spiritual home. The Son Flowers work together in hosting special events, fostering fellowship and community, and organizing the good hospitality at parish socials, prayer services, receptions, and special events.