English Groups:

Hospital and Homebound Ministry


Baptist Hospital EMHC is a ministry consisting of certified Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion from Our Lady of Lourdes Church, who assist and perform their duties under the direction of the Pastoral Care Department of Baptist Hospital. Those duties are the visitation of and distribution of the Holy Communion to Catholic patients staying at Baptist Hospital. Certified Eucharistic Ministers of the Holy Communion also take Communion to the sick at home as part of their ministry.

Love and Respect


Daniel Elie

(305) 903-7688

As husband and wife, we are called to reflect God’s image by recognizing and drawing strength from the graces that are received through a sacramental marriage.

L & R aims to assist married couples understand the inherent God-given differences between husbands and wives. The goal of the workshop is to provide a deeper understanding of God’s design for marriage, through love and respect, as revealed in Ephesians 5:33, “In any case, each one of you should love his wife as himself, and the wife should respect her husband.”

Neurotics Anonymous


Mario Arevalo

(305) 790-1235

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays at 8:15 pm – 9:45 pm

Neurotics Anonymous is an association formed by men and women that share among them their experiences, strengths and hopes to rehabilitate them emotionally and spiritually.

If you suffer from anxiety, you feel lonely, if you easily get upset, get depression without a reason, suspicious, nervous, jealous, compulsive, your ways hurt your family members, and you feel your live has no meaning…

Neurotics Anonymous can help you!

Respect Life


Martha Valladares

(305) 386-9985

  • First Tuesdays, 8:15 pm - Room 113

Respect Life exists to uphold the sanctity of each human life from conception to natural death. We are a ministry of the Archdioceses of Miami, faithful to the Holy Father and the Magisterial of the Catholic Church working in union with the Respect Life Sunset office. We are committed to respond to all issues with respect to the dignity of each person seeking to support our brothers and sisters who are most defenseless and most vulnerable: the unborn, the elderly, the incurable ill, the marginalized, the children and the youth. Promote pro-life changes in our society and laws. Give voice to the unborn. Communicate God’s compassion and forgiveness to post-abortion women. Give dignity and regard to the life of the elderly and sick.

San Martin de Porres


Rosa Springer

(786) 495-9846

The mission of the St. Martin de Porres Ministry is to promote the faith in our Lord through the act of delivering joy and happiness to the sick and elderly in nursing homes in which the majority of residents have been abandoned by their family and/or friends. We make the visit once a year and only have meetings in the weeks leading up to the date, preparing everything we will be using as instruments of love. The visit begins with a live concert in different languages and genres. Feast Day: November 3rd.

Separated and Divorce


Liliana Maldonado

(305) 984-5315

  • Wednesdays, 8:15 pm - Room 123 - English

The Separated and Divorce Ministry is an open ministry that strives to provide an atmosphere of Christian understanding while helping hurting hearts to heal from the devastation divorce and/or separation can bring. Divorce Care is the program we use. It is a comprehensive program that touches all areas of separation and/or divorce that a person in this situation has experienced, is experiencing or will experience. It provides support in identifying areas where to start building, areas that need some work and clarity where there is confusion. All while providing the care only God can give and building an outside family.

English Groups