Prayer & Formation

Bible Study

  • Mercy Gonzalez ("Seekers" English, Daytime)
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  • Julie Otero (English, Evenings)
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Discussion groups which study the Sacred Scriptures are available weekly at the Parish Center.

The “Seekers” Bible Study group meets every other Monday at 11:30am.

The English Bible Study group meets on Mondays at 7pm

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Boy Scouts

The Boy Scouts of America are prominently active at the Church of the Little Flower. With conveniently arranged local packs and facilities, the scouting movement here at the parish has championed the growth of young people in body, mind, and soul, promoting love for God and country, growth in maturity, character, good citizenship, and service.

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Charismatic Prayer Group (English and Spanish)

  • Felipe Vizcarrondo (English)
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  • Daisy Muik (Spanish)
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The Charismatic Prayer Group reflects the spirituality and mission of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement of the Archdiocese of Miami. Supported by Scripture, song, and testimonials, the groups gather weekly to praise, glorify, adore, and give thanks to God.

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Couple to Couple League (NFP)

The CCL is an international Catholic organization dedicated to promoting a spirituality of life and love, encouraging an appreciation for the natural order of the human person, and the teaching of fertility awareness and natural family planning to married and engaged couples.

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Cursillos de Cristiandad

A pastoral initiative at the archdiocesan level, whose highlight is a weekend-long retreat, encouraging growth in the Christian life and active participation in the life of the Church. The “ultreya” follow-up meetings assist participants in the continuation of their “4th day” on the journey of faith.

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Legion of Mary (English & Spanish)

  • Laura Ramirez (English)
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  • Gladys Maloff (Spanish)
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The Legion of Mary is a lay Catholic organization whose members promote Marian devotion, holiness, knowledge of the faith, and service to the Church. They encourage the recitation of the rosary, celebrations of Marian feast days, and faith education initiatives.

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Marriage Covenant Retreats (English & Spanish)

  • Janetsy Christensen (English)
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  • Marifer Ordonez (Spanish)
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This is a powerful marriage enrichment ministry, which offers a weekend retreat to help couples become closer to one another and with God. The retreat, offered in both English and Spanish, consists of talks, group dynamics, testimonies, activities, communication exercises (and romantic meals) which help couples deepen their appreciation for the Sacrament of Matrimony at every stage of marriage.

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Men’s Emmaus Retreats (English & Spanish)

  • Alejandro Herrera (English)
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  • Jim Anderson (Spanish)
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The Emmaus movement is a retreat program that encourages discovery of the presence of the Risen Christ on the journey of life, as exemplified in the Gospel account of the Road to Emmaus. Men’s Retreats are offered once a year in both English and Spanish. After the retreat, follow up meetings help to promote a deeper relationship with Christ and a more active practice of the Catholic faith at the parish level.

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Perpetual Adoration

  • Angelica Santibanez
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As we look to extend our available hours of Adoration, with the plan to make our chapel available for 24/7 Perpetual Adoration, permanent adorers will be needed to sign up for each hour of the day and night, ensuring that our Lord is never left alone.

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Schoenstatt Ministry

The Apostolic Movement of Schoenstatt (which means “beautiful place”) focuses on self-education and spiritual formation. “We seek to grow as free, dedicated, and active witnesses of Christ in modern life by uniting our faith with our everyday lives. We look to Mary to educate us in this task and to guide us in becoming better followers of Christ.”

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Talleres de Oración y Vida / Prayer & Life Workshops

TOVs provide a service to the Church by supplying a practical method for learning to pray in an orderly, varied and gradual manner, from the first steps to the depths of contemplation. The members are introduced to the prayer life, and helped to combine  prayer with engagement in ordinary temporal activities; to revive their awareness of their status and dignity as baptized Christians, and their responsibilities towards the mission of the Church in the world; to become hothouses of lay vocations to the apostolate and service of the Church in the dioceses and parishes.

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Women’s Emmaus Retreats (English & Spanish)

The Emmaus movement is a retreat program that encourages discovery of the presence of the Risen Christ on the journey of life, as exemplified in the Gospel account of the Road to Emmaus. Women’s Retreats are offered once a year in both English and Spanish. Following the retreat, ongoing meetings help to promote a deeper relationship with Christ and a more active practice of the Catholic faith at the parish level.

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Youth Ministry – Youth Group & VBS

  • Mr. Jorge Santibáñez
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  • Andria Parks-Herrera (Youth Group)
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“Gaudium,”  (Latin for “joy”) is the umbrella for our various youth ministry initiatives, including our junior high Youth Group for 6th through 8th graders and our annual Vacation Bible School Summer Camp.

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