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Saint David Ministries and Groups

Saint David supports a wide range of ministries and groups.  Links will become available as more information comes online.

EM/Lector Schedule




Sully Palermo

John Frink

EMs / Lectors

Paula Macgraw


Altar Servers

Enma Leyva 

New & existing training, schedule & responsibilities


Mass Production Team/ Live Stream Team

Elizabeth Fedelim




Char-Lea Gutierrez


Prayer Group

Marge Jozwiak (For emergency prayer requests)


Respect Life: 

Angela Curatalo


Bible Study Group:                                   

Jo Ann Allensworth 


Tuesdays @ 10:00am in Room 201 



Marta Vargas



Judith Ceci,

Paul Haslinger,



Altar Server Schedule
Sept 2023



President Council of Catholic   Women

Rosemarie Simms



Saint David Women's Club:   

 Kalie McCloskey - President

 Mary Raynor - Membership

  2nd Thursday each month from 7pm-9pm in Parish Hall


Saint David Men's Club:   

 Al Leja -  President

 1st Thursday each month from 7:30pm-9pm in Room 202 in the Parish Hall.


Mary Carter Waren



Jill Allensworth



Legion of Mary:   

Gabby Espana - President

Abella Garcia  - Past President


Meetings on Fridays at 10am in room 201



Jose Pedrogo




Lunch Bunch:   


Parish Hall

12:00pm lunch followed by Bingo                                                  



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Please join us on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday's of the month @ 5:30pm
in the Parish Hall

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Camp Erin is a FREE weekend bereavement camp for children and teens ages 6 to 17 who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives.  Camp Erin combines grief education and emotional support with fun traditional camp activities.  The grief professionals and trained volunteers provide a caring and supportive environment for campers to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills and make connections with peers who are also grieving.

For the Camp Erin application, click below


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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, USCCB

The  USCCB is an assembly of hierarchy of bishops who jointly exercise pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States and the US Virgin Islands.  Below is the link the the USCCB website which  includes important information, prayers, and links to everything about Respect Life.  You can also contact Angela Curatalo for current events.

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Post-Abortion Healing

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"The church is aware of the many factors which may have influenced your decision, and she does not doubt that in many cases it was a painful and even shattering decision."  There is hope and healing after an abortion experience.  We are here for you!  Please visit the Respect Life website for support including "Project Rachel." 

Project Rachel is one of the many support groups to begin the healing process.  Project Rachel ministry operates through the Respect Life Office of the Archdiocese of Miami.  It is a network of lay personnel, lay volunteers, priests, deacons, and licensed counselors who provide one-on-one spiritual and psychological support for those who are suffering from the trauma of an abortion.  You can also call 954-981-2922 for more details on Project Rachel and other support.   

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Be a Sidewalk Advocate and be the "hands and feet of Christ," offering loving, life-affirming alternatives to all present at the abortion center, thereby eliminating demand and ending abortion. Sidewalk Advocates for Life take a peaceful, prayerful, law-abiding approach to reaching out to those  who may feel they have no choice.  Crisis intervention on the sidewalk is provided to women in unplanned pregnancies headed into the abortion center, recognizing that the outreach can only go so far.  For more information on how to become a Sidewalk Advocate, contact Angela Curatalo.

It's Time to Overturn Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on December 1st for the biggest abortion case in decades.  The case before the nation's highest court, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, is an appeal from Mississippi to keep its ban on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.  

Because of Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood, we live in a nation where abortion laws are among the most liberal among the Western democracies.  It is time to overturn Roe v. Wade and the 1992 ruling, Casey v. Planned Parenthood, that compounded the error or Roe.  

Read Archbishop Wenski's column for the December 2021 edition of the Florida Catholic by clicking on the link below.



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Congress is trying to force Americans to pay for abortions.  It is critically important for Catholics to send a strong message before Congress moves forward to impose taxpayer funded abortions.  Tell Congress not to take innocent lives by signing a petition.  



The Hyde Amendment has protected Americans from funding abortion for 45 years.  It's credited with saving the lives of over 2.4 million children to date.  Now, members of Congress want to take away this law which will enable billions of taxpayer dollars to go to paying for abortions.  Please sign the petition  below telling Congress not to use taxpayer money to fund abortions.  



Walking with Moms in Need is a time of service in which Catholic parishes and communities "walk in the shoes" of local pregnant and parenting women in need.  Everyone should know how to help moms in difficult circumstances.  While not trying to turn Catholic parishes into pregnancy centers, we can support local pregnancy centers where they exist, and we can also find and share other resources with pregnant and parenting women.  And where there are few local resources, we can create our own, based on the gifts of the parish community!  Please join us in Walking with Moms in Need.

For more information contact Angela Curatalo 


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