Join us for Mass on All Saints Day and All Soul's Day at 7am, 8am and 7pm
Monday - Friday
7am & 8am
Vigil Mass: 4:30pm
English: 7:30am, 9am, 11am
1st Fridays 8:30am & 7pm (Spanish)
Wednesdays 4pm - 7pm
At St. Coleman, we worship God in spirit and truth through "prayer without ceasing," and particularly through the celebration of the Eucharist and the other sacraments. We welcome new members to Register as a Member of our Parish and join us in striving to be missionary disciples for Christ.
Saturday, Dec 2nd
Sunday, Dec 3rd
Saturday, Dec 9th
Sunday, Dec 10th
Saturday, Dec 16th
Sunday, Dec 17th
Saturday, Dec 23rd
Sunday, Dec 24th
Sunday, Dec 24th
Mass of the Night
Monday, Dec 25th
NEW YEAR'S EVE
Sunday, Dec 31st
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Monday, Jan 1st
The Catholic faith is rich in history and tradition, from Jesus giving authority to Saint Peter the Apostle (the first Pope) right up through the modern age. Go deeper into your faith to learn about the saints, the clergy, Catholic social teaching, works of mercy, the Mass, the Sacraments and popular Catholic devotions.
The saints led exemplary lives and their example can help us be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.
Understanding the role of the ordained clergy which is our bishops, priests and deacons.
Learn more about the dignity of the human person and our duty to others
Learn about the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, which all Catholics are compelled to provide for the poor. Feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, shelter the homeless, etc.
Discover the elements of Mass including Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist
Learn about the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church and the grace they impart
The Rosary helps us reflect on the life of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God
From the Divine Mercy to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, our faith is filled with powerful devotions
The 2nd Annual Saint Coleman Christmas Tree Ornament is now available in the church office. Your donation of $15 helps our parish and gives you a wonderful holiday keepsake from your parish family.
The saints can serve as examples of holiness for Catholics. By looking to the lives of these holy individuals, we can gain inspiration and guidance on how to live our own lives in a more devout and faithful manner. I encourage you to read about the lives of the saints and strive to follow in their footsteps of holiness.
Mother of our Lord
Guardian of the Holy Family
Founder of the Franciscan Order
Doctor of the Church
Confessor, Doctor of the Church
Virgin, Doctor of the Church
Prince of the Heavenly Host
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Saint Coleman Catholic Church has launched a Parish Podcast. In each episode, we bring you engaging Catholic content including interviews with parishioners, Catholic teaching, Archdiocese of Miami News and much more!
Check out our most popular podcast episodes which help you learn more about the faith and hear interviews from parishioners and Catholic organziations in the Archdiocese of Miami
Our sharing in the Body and Blood of Christ has no other purpose than to transform us into that which we receive.
We hope you find our website insightful and information about the Catholic faith and about activities in our parish. Here are the answers to our most frequently asked questions.