Saint David Catholic Church
Reverend Steven O'Hala - Pastor
Reverend Joseph Kottayil - Parochial Vicar
Paula MacGraw - Office Manager
Elizabeth Fedelim - Receptionist
Cherry Wasteney - Sunday Receptionist
Paulette Vitale - Human Resources, Virtus, Annulments
Patricia (Patti) Malinowski - Sacristan
Monday - Friday: 7:00am-3:00pm
Closed for lunch: 11:30am-12:30pm
K thru 8th:
Char-Lea Gutierrez - CCD Coordinator
Paula MacGraw - Administrative Assistant
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY:
20's - 30's
Marta Vargas - Coordinator Young Adult & Campus Ministry
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(In church & online)
(Mon-Fri) 8:00 am
(Sat) 9:00 am
Saturday 5:00 pm Vigil Mass (in church only)
Sunday 8:00 am (in church only)
Sunday 10:00 am
Sunday 12:00 pm (in church only)
SUNDAY LUNCH BUNCH BINGO IS BACK!
LUNCH IS SERVED
BEGINNING AT 12:00PM
FOLLOWED BY BINGO AT 1:00PM
Walking with Moms in Need
Walking with Moms in Need Ministry at Saint David invited all expectant and new mothers and their families for a special blessing at the Masses on Mother's Day weekend, May 7th & 8th. Walking with Moms in Need offers and accepts donations, resources, spiritual and emotional support along with material necessities. Please contact the Saint David Parish Office at 954-475-8046 or the Respect Life Office at 954-981-2922.
A special blessing for dads will also be given on Father's Day Weekend, June 18th & 19th.
The Daily Rosary:
The Rosary is said daily Monday through Friday at 7:30am prior to the 8:00am Mass and on Saturday at 8:30am prior to the 9:00am Mass.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturdays @ 4pm
in the church
Contact the Parish Office
ADORATION OF THE
Please join us on the First Friday of the month for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament immediately following the 8am Mass. Adoration is from 8:30am-9:30am.
The next Adoration will be on
Friday June 3rd
Saint David Men's Club
The Saint David Men's Club meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7:30pm in the Room 202 above the Parish Hall. Check out just a sampling of what the Men's Club has to offer by clicking here!
Saint David Women's Club
The Saint David Women's Club meets on the second Thursday of the month at 7:00pm in the Parish Hall. For just a little bit of what the Women's Club is all about click here!
Coffee & Donuts
Join us for Coffee & Donuts
In the Gazebo on Sundays
After the 8am & 10am Masses.
It's a great way to meet
Fellow Parishioners &
Make new friends!
SATURDAY MAY 21st
RESPECT LIFE NOVENA
THE FEAST OF THE VISITATION
OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
On May 31st, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to her cousin Elizabeth and the encounter of Jesus and St. John the Baptist while in the wombs of their mothers.
Join Catholics nationwide praying a novena for life!
Sunday May 22 - Monday May 30. Click on the link below:
SAINT DAVID CATHOLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
For more information on the 2022-2023 enrollment process at Saint David Catholic School,
Please call the office at 954-472-7086 or go to the website.
For those of you that are involved in any of the ministries here at Saint David Church, remember that Virtus Training & Fingerprinting are required. If you are Virtus Trained please log into your account and be sure that you are up to date on your monthly bulletins. If you are fingerprinted, please be certain that your fingerprints have not expired. Contact Elizabeth Fedelim or Paulette Vitale in the church office if you have any questions or concerns.
If you need to be Virtus Trained or Fingerprinted, please contact the church office at 954-475-8046 or send an email to Elizabeth Fedelim or Paulette Vitale.
Thank you for all that you do for the Saint David Parish Community. God Bless.
Have you recently lost a loved one? Do you feel like something is missing in your life or have a sense of anxiety during these times of the Coronavirus Pandemic? You are not alone! Saint David, in partnership with Catholic Hospice, now offers a Bereavement Ministry to help walk you through the feeling of loss to beginning the journey of healing.
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month from 5:30pm - 6:30pm in the Parish Hall and on the fourth Wednesday of the month from 5:30pm-6:30pm via Zoom.
The next Zoom meeting is on Wednesday May 25th.
The next "in person meeting will be held on Wednesday June 1st. This is an additional meeting.
The regularly scheduled 2nd Wednesday of the month meeting will be on Wednesday June 8th.
Pre-registration is required. If you are interested please contact Elizabeth Fedelim in the parish office at 954-475-8046 or by email.
Please contact Mary Jo Fink at Catholic Cemetaries for more information at 305-592-0521 or visit the Catholic Cemetaries Website below:
The Archdiocese of Miami invites you to the:
Celebrate the World Meeting of Families
Saturday June 25
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church
Come and enjoy a faith-filled day with your family. Archbishop Wenski will celebrate Mass at 5pm. Registration is required. The cost is $5.00/family until June 17th and $25.00/family after that date. To register, please click on the link below.
Obligation to Participate in the Eucharist is restored
Effective Palm Sunday, April 10, 2022, the obligation to participate in the Eucharist in person on Sundays and other holy days of obligation is restored. Attached is a letter from Archbishop Wenski.
Join us for....
Praise & Worship
Thursday June 23rd
Rosary at 6:30pm
Adoration at 7:00pm
We hope to see you there!
Saint David Women's Club
"Let's Get Crafty Show"
Come and show off your talents
Saturday June 25th & Sunday June 26th
Contact Lori Bernardi
To Register click on the link below
SUPPORT UKRAINE RELIEF
Your help is needed in Ukraine where there are already more than 2.9 million people in need of assistance! There is a great risk of additional suffering both within Ukraine and for those who are fleeing to neighboring countries for safety.
Catholic Relief Services, CRS, and its partners, Caritas Poland, Caritas Moldova and Caritas Romania, are assisting Ukrainians crossing into those countries for safety. Caritas Ukraine, with support from CRS, has been providing emergency relief and recovery inside the embattled nation.
If you would like to help, please click on the link below.
ABCD (Archbishop's Charity Drive)
What is ABCD?
ABCD is Love....
ABCD is Hope....
ABCD is Charity ....
ABCD is love translated into concrete gestures and actions by helping those in need with the means to overcome difficulties and obstacles.
Simply stated, ABCD is love; it is hope; it is charity. It is what enables the Church to fulfill its mission of spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ and bringing Him to people no matter where they are - above and beyond what happens in your parish. It is an opportunity for us all to unite as brothers and sisters as we experience our own encounters with Jesus Christ.
A wide range of ministries depend on your generous support including Catechesis Office, Seminarian Vocations Program, and retired priests.
Your generosity will also allow our Catholic community to continue the many vital programs and services that touch the lives of our brothers and sisters in Christ who need our assistance.
Please make a pledge to this year's 2022 ABCD if you have not already done so. It is through your generous heart that so many people are helped through the ABCD.
Sincerely Yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Thoms G. Wenski
Archbishop of Miami
Given the low incidences of coronavirus cases in our community, the Archdiocese of Miami has updated its protocols for churches.
The use of face masks is optional regardless of vaccination status and social distancing will no longer be enforced. Other precautionary measures such as hand-sanitizing and frequent handwashing are still strongly recommended, as are vaccinations for all those who have not been fully vaccinated:
"We continue to encourage all to get vaccinated as this offers the best way of putting this pandemic behind us," the archbishop says.
ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI
Our Lady of Florida Retreat Center
North Palm Beach
Days of Reflection &
Retreats for 2022
Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center is a monastery and retreat house belonging to the Congregation of the Passion (C.P.). The Congregation of the Passion, or Passionists, are a religious congregation of the Catholic Church founded by St. Paul of the Cross in 1725. The mission of the Passionists is to preserve and make present the message that Jesus loves us, and his passion, death and resurrection are the ultimate sign of that love. The Passionists do this by preaching in the community and inviting members of the community to make a retreat at their monasteries and retreat homes. To learn more about Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center, click on the link below.
Join us for the Married Couples Retreat beginning with registration at 5pm on June 17th and ending with a Mass on Sunday June 19th at 11am. To register, click below.
THE SAINTS & THE PARISH
TAKE A LOOK AT THE HISTORY AND ART BEHIND OUR PARISH THAT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED ON THE ADOM WEBSITE.
Guest House provides information, education, treatment and care needed to assure that Catholic clergy, men and women religious, and seminarians suffering from alcoholism, addictions, and other behavioral health conditions have the best opportunity for quality recovery and overall health and wellness.
Guest House is located in Lake Orion, MI and treats Catholic clergy and religious from across the United States and around the world. Although Guest House does bill for the services and treatments provided, each year more than one million dollars of uncompensated care is provided to those in need, no one has ever been turned away. There is a great need for the support of the lay faithful to be able to fulfill the commitment each year to provide the care needed for the clergy and religious.
Additional information regarding the mission and ministry of Guest House can be found by visiting the website.
On a Personal Note...
Please join me in supporting Guest House and its treatment program for priests and religious who, like me, suffer from the disease of addiction. I am deeply grateful for the treatment I received for my alcohol addiction, and support I continue to receive in recovery, from the caring and dedicated staff of the Guest House Program. With faith in the resurrection of our Lord and the new life that it means for all of us, may we offer the support we can to Guest House for the new life it gives to priests and religious from their Good Friday experience of addiction.