At Our Lady of Lourdes, we are all about welcome!

When we say “all are welcome here”, we REALLY mean it.

Our Lady of Lourdes is a haven for welcome. No matter who you are or where you are on our journey, you will always find a place to belong here. As a Catholic parish community committed to justice, our mission is to actively reach out and welcome all of God’s children into the full expression of Christ’s all-inclusive love.

How can I get or stay connected after Mass?

The best way to get connected is to come to Mass. Before or after Masses, visit our connect table in the breezeway to find a dinner church, ministry, or life group that fits your life.

Do you offer any Masses in Spanish?

We do not offer Masses in Spanish. We do offer translated scripture during Masses on the first, second, fourth, and fifth weekends of the month. During the second weekend of the month, we invite you to join us to experience Mass through the eyes of our Latino brothers and sisters with our Latin American Outreach Ministry, as we hear the second reading proclaimed in Spanish.

What should I wear?

Our Lady of Lourdes is a beach side community, so expect to see all sorts of clothing ranging from t-shirts to jeans, sandy toes to stilettos! Dress as you are, but remember that we love to keep the air conditioner nice and frosty here in the sunshine state!

Do you offer ASL interpretation?

Yes! We offer ASL (American Sign Language) during our 10:30 AM Sunday Mass. Find out more about our Deaf and Hard of Hearing outreach ministry and get in touch if you have any questions.

Do you offer any weekend activities for children?

We sure do!
On Sunday, we invite you to join us for Children’s Liturgy of the Word, where children grades kindergarten through third grade are welcomed to a special session during Mass-crafted just for them! If you have smaller children who need a different space to pray and play, we invite you to check out KidZone during our 10:30 AM Mass.

Aren’t Catholic Masses super long and boring?

Not at Lourdes! As Fr. Phil says, “This isn’t your grandmother’s Catholic Church!” Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes is full of color, music, and excitement. Each week, we are grateful to gather together and worship as we experience God with and through each other. Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes is truly something that needs to be experienced in-person to be understood.

Connect with us when you get here.

If you’d like to learn more about Our Lady of Lourdes, stop by our connection station in the breezeway of the Church or call the front office any time. We would love to share more about Our Lady of Lourdes and help you experience it with us.

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