(305) 932-3560

©2019 by St. Lawrence Catholic Church and School.

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Welcome to St. Lawrence Catholic Church and School

Your Place to Connect With God

At St. Lawrence Catholic Church and School, we know that inspiration opens hearts. An open heart is an open mind and an open mind is one that can practice tolerance, experience gratitude and feel the glory of God. It is our belief that God is present in all of us, but His active presence can only be felt through faith in Him. We are dedicated to the service of God and all his people, and our goal is to inspire you through the holiness of our dwelling and our services. We invite you to become a part of our growing congregation.

Church Information

Come Worship with Us!

Parish Administrator

Rev. Father Cletus Omode


Deacon

Rev. Mr. Clyde McFarland, Jr.

Office Hours
Monday - Friday => 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(Closed during lunch => 12:00 - 1:00 pm)

Saturday => 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

 

       

Daily Mass Schedule

Main Church

Monday—Friday 6:30 pm

 

Mass in the Parish Chapel

Saturday 8:30 am

 

Mass in the Church

Spanish: Tuesdays 7:30pm


Saturday Vigil

English Mass: 5:00 pm
Sundays

English: 9:00 am & 11:00 am

Spanish: 1:00 pm & 6:00 pm

Adoration of Blessed Sacrament

Thursdays 7:00pm

Church

 

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Confesiones 
Saturday

4:15 pm-4:55 pm
Sunday

8:15 am-8:55 am
10:15 am-10:55 am
12:15 pm-12:55 pm 
 5:15 pm-5:55 pm 

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About Our Church

Committed to Spiritual Enlightenment

Founded in 1956, Saint Lawrence served all the Catholics of North Miami and North Miami Beach, joining the other only area parish, Holy Family. The parish began with a small school that met in a store in North Miami Beach. Later, parishioners purchased a portable building placed on parish property; the building functioned as a school on weekdays and for Mass on weekends. By 1957, the parishioners had increased so much that Mass was moved to the North Miami Beach Junior High School auditorium. Two years later, the growing parish raised enough funds to build a church, school and convent.
When the parish celebrated its thirteenth anniversary in 1969, they sold a parcel of land to a Jewish congregation who built the Temple Sinai of North Dade. Parishioners and their Jewish counterparts established a warm, friendly relationship, depending on each other to fulfill needs as they rose. A 1986 church and parish hall renovation turned the altar to face the congregation and created a better separation between the church and parish hall than the curtain formerly used.

Contact Us

2200 NE 191st St, Miami, FL 33180