English Groups:

Employment Ministry


Eduardo Suarez

  • Wednesdays, 8:15pm - Room 112

To provide information on available employment opportunities throughout our community to those seeking employment. A log is kept at the parish office with the employment opportunities forwarded to us. Those parishioners in need of work are welcomed and encouraged to look through the log for many opportunities of interest. The log is updated regularly.

We would greatly appreciate parishioners seeking employees to help us fulfill our mission by forwarding to us job openings of all categories.



Donald Liautaud

(305) 992-0384

F.A.I.T.H., Feeding and Inspiring The Homeless. Our purpose is to feed, clothe and care of our brothers and sisters who live in the streets of Miami-Dade in the Downtown area. We prepare sandwiches, collect and sort clothing and distribute.

We meet every Saturday in the kitchen to prepare meals and then feed the homeless.

Justice Ministry


Sussana Grossen

Jorge Tume

People working together to do justice within our community as we are called to through our faith.

Sussana Grossen Jorge Tume

St. Francis of Assisi Food Pantry


Bertha Cabase

(305) 388-5736

The mission of the St. Francis of Assisi Food Pantry is to provide non-perishable grocery items to help needy families in our parish. Throughout the year, canned goods are deposited by parishioners into donation bins, which are located at every entrance of the church. There are also two biannual food drives, one in the spring and one in the fall, where we received contributions our parish family and generous donations from local companies and organizations.

The fall food drive also coincides with the annual Thanksgiving Turkey Basket distribution, which feed 250 parish families in need. Volunteers of all ages contribute their time and talent to the pantry throughout the year by helping sort and distribute items.

St. Vincent De Paul Society


Parish Office

(305) 386-4121

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Catholic lay organization dedicated to the spiritual growth of its members through prayer and reflection, mutually supportive gatherings, adherence to a basic Rule, and person-to-person service to the poor and needy. Our members are drawn from every ethnic and cultural background, age group and economic level and are united in an international society of charity by the spirit of poverty, humility and sharing.

As part of our apostolate, we visit clients in their homes to assess their needs and offer solidarity, prayer, encouragement and guidance. The Society collaborates with other people of good will in relieving need and addressing its causes, making no distinction in those served because, in them, we see the face of Christ.

English Groups