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Daily Mass
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM and 5:30 PM
Saturday-8:00 AM

Sunday Masses
4:00 PM Saturday-Vigil Mass
6:00 PM Saturday-Spanish Mass
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:15 AM
5:00 PM Sunday-Youth Mass

Holy Day of Obligation
5:30 PM Vigil Mass
8:00 AM, 12:00 Noon; 7:00 PM

Rev. Eduardo M. Medina

Rev. Jose Pelagio Padit

God has done great things for me


Our Lady of Lourdes Religious Education process strives to develop and cultivate the faith in every area of life of the child, young adult and adult of the parish.  Faith is a life-long process and is not accomplished quickly, nor is it complete after a certain number of years.  A knowledge of one’s religion and living out of one’s faith is ongoing, and growth and change are an integral part of the process.... More


The purpose of our Religious Education Program at Our Lady of Lourdes parish is to enrich and challenge the lives of our young people with the Gospel message by word and example in a loving and caring Christian community.... More 

Weekly classes are offered for students in Kindergarten through 9th grade beginning mid-September and continuing for 26 weeks. These sessions are available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and are held in the Christian Formation Center.  A child must be pre-registered with a copy of his/her Baptismal Certificate. Registration for classes is held primarily during the month of August. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Religious Education Office at 561-483-2440 X 1429. 


Bible Family Connections

Enjoy Advent! 
by James Martin, SJ

Only a saint could maintain the patience needed to confront Christmas shopping, Christmas stress, and Christmas credit card bills. That's too bad because something else gets overlooked in the rush—and that's Advent. So here are a few brief ways to enjoy yourself over the next few weeks.

First of all, get to know Advent. This liturgical season is a time of waiting—something that we all do: we're waiting for some good news, for a better job, or for our lives to improve. Advent is a time when we think about waiting for God, so it fits in perfectly with our natural human longings. “Come, thou long expected Jesus,” as the hymn goes. Advent is also the time of beautiful Scripture readings, like those from the Book of Isaiah. “The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad, the desert shall rejoice and blossom.” These are readings to give all of us hope! And Advent is the season for beloved church traditions, including the Advent wreath, which can easily be translated into home rituals.

Second, cut back on the craziness of Christmas preparations. Here are just a few suggestions: send cards only to close friends and family; drop one present per person from your list; and go only to the most essential holiday gatherings. Does that sound selfish? It's just the opposite! It will give you time to spend with those you really love, and more time to spend in prayer.

Maybe Advent is when you can really settle into your spiritual life, by finding joy in the season and less stress in Christmas. In short, Advent may be the time that you've been waiting for!

EWTN - Faith

Mary, Mother of God  

I was visiting an inner-city Church one day and in the vestibule some graffiti was written on the wall which said, "Catholics, God has no mother," obviously referring to Mary's title as "Mother of God." How does one respond to such an objection? -- A reader in Springfield.

As Catholics, we firmly believe in the incarnation of our Lord: Mary conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit (Lk 1:26-38 and Mt 1:18-25). Through her, Jesus Christ--second person of the Holy Trinity, one-in-being (consubstantial) with the Father, and true God from true God--entered this world, taking on human flesh and a human soul. Jesus is true God and true man. In His person are united both a divine nature and a human nature.

Mary did not create the divine person of Jesus, who existed with the Father from all eternity. "In fact, the One whom she conceived as man by the Holy Spirit, who truly became her Son according to the flesh, was none other than the Father's eternal Son, the second person of the Holy Trinity. Hence the Church confesses that Mary is truly 'Mother of God' (Theotokos)" (CCC, No. 495). As St. John wrote, "The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us, and we have seen His glory: The glory of an only Son coming from the Father filled with enduring love" (Jn 1:14). More....

Diocese of Palm Beach

Religious Education Program

Office Hours:
Mon, Thurs & Fri:
Tues: 8:30am-12Noon & 5:30pm-8:30pm
Wed: 2:00pm - 8:30pm
Phone: 561-483-2440 X 1429
Fax: 561 - 558-1434 or email us

Access the 2017-2018 Religious Calendar HERE

Children Confessions

Tuesday, December 12th

All students who have already received First Communion are invited to celebrate the sacrament of Reconciliation during the time of CCD classes on Tuesday, December 12th.

Bambinelli Sunday

Sunday, December 17th at 9:30 am Mass

Next Sunday, December 17th, is Bambinelli Sunday, an Advent tradition. Bring your baby Jesus from your Nativity Scene to be blessed at the 9:30 am Mass

Breakfast With Santa

Sunday, December 17th after the 8:00 am and 9:30 am Masses

Santa is visiting us during the Family Breakfast prepared by the Knights of Columbus. Come, have breakfast with us and have your picture taken!


Christmas Eve 

Our Kindergarten to 5th Graders will put on a Christmas Nativity Play on Christmas Eve in the Church.
For more information please contact Mrs. Perez at 561-483-2440 X1429.

Become A CCD Catechist

We are inviting you to become a substitute Catechist or Assistant and help our CCD program during the next school year.
Call the Rel. Ed. Office and help bring our children closer to Jesus. We will train you.
An Open Letter To All Catechists


We are looking for new Altar Servers.  If you are in 4th Grade or higher, and would like to help the Priest at the Table of the Lord, please join us for training on Sunday, December 3rd at 4:00 pm in the Church.

Children's Choir

Join the Children’s Choir at the 9:30 am Mass on Sundays. We practice weekly on Wednesdays at 5:20 pm.  All children grades 2 through 6 are invited to join.
See Mr. Martinez or Ms. Cecilia Carroll for details.


6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Students are invited to Join Our Teen Group and Grow in Your Faith.
Please contact Danielle Power at or
call the Religious Ed Office at 561-483-2440 ext.1429


C.I.A. High School Youth Group!

For information call, text, email or look for us at the 5pm Youth Mass. Please contact:
Mrs. Martinez 561.271.8939
Mrs. Gonzalez 561.212.8254