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Pompano Beach, Florida

St. Coleman Catholic Church

Our mission is to live and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ

Mass Times

Monday - Friday

7am & 8am

Saturday

Vigil Mass: 4:30pm

Confessions: 3pm

Sunday

English: 7:30am, 9am, 11am

Spanish: 1pm

Adoration

1st Fridays 8:30am & 7pm (Spanish)

Wednesdays 4pm - 7pm

About Our Parish

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.

Know Your Faith

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.

  • Meet the Saints

    The saints led exemplary lives and their example can help us be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.

  • The Clergy

    Understanding the role of the ordained clergy which is our bishops, priests and deacons.

  • Catholic Social Teaching

    Learn more about the dignity of the human person and our duty to others

  • Works of Mercy

    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.

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    Understanding the Mass

    Discover the elements of Mass including Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist

  • Eucharist in Ciborium

    The Sacraments

    Learn about the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church and the grace they impart

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    The Rosary

    The Rosary helps us reflect on the life of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God

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    Catholic Devotions

    From the Divine Mercy to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, our faith is filled with powerful devotions

Stations of the Cross

Join us for Stations of the Cross every Friday during Lent (beginning Feb 16th) at 5:30pm.

Meet the Saints

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.

Donate Altar Flowers

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Parish Events

Check out our upcoming parish events calendar Learn More

Listen to Our Podcast!

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!

Our Most Popular Episodes

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

Join us for Our Lenten Mession with Dr. Mary Amore on Wed. March 20th and Thurs. March 21st at 7pm.

National Eucharistic Revival

The Bishops of the United States called us to be healed, converted, formed, and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist. Everyone is encouraged to deepen their relationship with Jesus, Our Lord, through the celebration of the Eucharist to set us on Fire.

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Frequently asked questions

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.

How do I become Catholic?
Becoming process is a journey of learning and discipleship. Read our Becoming Catholic article to learn more about the process and the journey through the Rite of Christian Initiation.
How do I join Saint Coleman?
We welcome Catholics to register as a member of our parish community.
How do I get married at Saint Coleman?
If you are considering getting married at Saint Coleman Catholic Church, we would be honored to be a part of your special day. Preparing for the Sacrament of Matrimony is a thoughtful and deliberative process, and we recommend that couples begin this process at least six months before their desired wedding date. To get started, please contact our parish officeto speak with one of our staff members. They will be able to provide you with information on available dates and times, as well as assist with any questions or concerns you may have. We also offer pre-marriage counseling to help couples prepare for the lifelong commitment of marriage. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. We look forward to supporting you as you begin this exciting new chapter in your lives..
How do I schedule a funeral at Saint Coleman?
The first step in planning a funeral at Saint Coleman is to make arrangements with a funeral director. The funeral director will assist in obtaining the necessary documents and will coordinate with the church on the details of the funeral service. Next, the family will consult with the funeral coordinator from Saint Coleman to plan the funeral liturgy. This includes selecting readings from the Bible, selecting hymns and music, and planning any other aspects of the liturgy. The church’s funeral coordinator will also provide guidance and support to the family during this difficult time.
What is your Mass Schedule and when can I come for confession?
There is nothing more joyful than to know people are seeking the Lord, through the celebration of The Mass or through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. View our Mass Schedule

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