Holy Spirit Catholic Church
May 9, 2021: 4:30pm Vietnamese Mass
Dear Holy Spirit Community,
Your parish needs your help. As you can see in the video, some misguided children of God have vandalized our parking lot by doing parking lot donuts. You can also see in the video how Father Eli tried to stop them. It hurts to see our Reverend Father treated this way.
As we try to solve this situation, we would like to ask the community to please help us fix our parking lot. You can offer your online donations here: https://membership.faithdirect.net/FL640
Please make sure that you mention that you want your donation to go to the Holy Spirit parking lot repair so we can earmark it for that. You can also send your checks or cash to your parish. Please call us at 561-585-5970 for more information.
We need to keep the sanctuary of Jesus as venerated as possible. Your donations, big or small, will make that happen. Thank you for supporting your parish.
Family is forever and these measures are temporary, so please remember to:
- Wear your mask at all times.
- Keep 6 feet apart except for families and sit in every other row.
- Refrain from singing for the present time.
- Remove gloves and mask when receiving Holy Communion; if you do not remove gloves, you will receive a blessing.
- Allow the row behind you to leave for the parking lot before you.
- Do not congregate inside areas of the church.
English Mass Times
Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM; Saturday: 9:00 AM
Saturday Vigil: 4:00 PM Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, Noon (Children’s Mass)
We Need Your Help
Because of the recent cancellation of Masses due to the COVID-19 virus, we have seen a significant decrease in our offertory.
The weekly offertory is vital to the continued running of the parish.
What can you do?
- Register for recurring online giving through FaithDirect
- Or mail in your weekly offertory envelopes to the parish office at:
- PO Box 3978 Lantana, FL 33465
- Consider a one-time donation.
We realize that many are hurting financially at this time, so prayerfully please do whatever you can, but remember that our first priority is the health and safety of our parishioners.
What’s Happening Now…
Traditional Latin Mass
Every Sunday at 2 PM
We are called to embrace faith in the Son of God as Lord and Savior. In our Roman Catholic tradition, through the cleansing waters of Baptism, we die to self and rise as children of the Father.
Confirmed, empowered, and guided by His Spirit, we become church when we gather in His name, are taught with His living Word, and are nourished with His living presence.
So that, we might be sent to witness the Good News of the Paschal Mystery in loving service to the human family; and be united with Him and His Saints in Heaven forever.