This dedicated group of men and women come together to pray the morning Liturgy of the Hours. They pray for vocations, their own special intentions, and requests directed to them through the parish office. This group meets every Tuesday morning after the 9:00am Mass.
Contact: Maria Smetana
Phone: (727) 736-9388
Jesus Salvador Ministry is a Spanish speaking prayer community that meets every Monday at 7pm to open the word of God, pray, and give loving support to one another. Father Gonzalez conducts Bible Study twice a month. They gather on Friday mornings from 10:30-12 for devotions to the Holy Angels. They also meet on the first and third Wednesday at 7:30pm to study Sister Faustina’ spirituality. Come and experience the powerful love and guidance of the Holy Spirit. Jesus invites you to renew your life and deepen your faith. Children are welcome.
Te esperamos. ¡Gloria a Dios!
Contact: Julio and Mary Lourdes Haedo
Phone: (727) 734-1971
Exposition honors the Holy Eucharist, Christ’s presence among us. The power of prayer is beyond our understanding. “40 Hours of Exposition” is a ministry devoted to preparation for prayer before the Blessed Sacrament for the 40 hours prior to the Feast of Corpus Christi. During these 40 hours we pray for souls of the departed and special intentions for families.
Weekly Adoration is held on Saturdays from 9:30am to 10:30am and Wednesdays from 9:30am to 6:30pm, ending with Evening Prayer.
Contact: Lisa Porthouse
Phone: (727) 733-3606
The Marian Movement of Priests Prayer Cenacle prays the Sorrowful Mystery of the Rosary, reads a passage from the book, “To the Priests Our Lady’s Beloved Sons,” and meditates on it. They sing “The Divine Mercy Chaplets” and celebrate God’s unending mercy through the gift of His Son. The group meets each Friday morning after the 9:00am Mass.
Contact: Bella Doreza
Phone: (727) 748-8620
The Secular Franciscan Order is a lay order of men and women committed to living their lives in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare. The Order has six main apostolates: peace and justice, ecology, work, family, youth, and formation. Members must be fully initiated into the Catholic Church. The formation period is 27 to 36 months. Upon profession, the candidate may fully participate in all fraternity activities at the local, regional, national, and international levels. Join this group if you are interested in learning whether a Franciscan spirit is living in you. Meetings are the second Saturday of the month at 12:00 noon in the DuBois Center.
Contact: Ed Bellieveau
Phone: (727) 786-2128
Contact: James Grant
Phone: (727) 712-3645
Contact: Bob and Aylie Boitmann
Phone: (727) 754-5401