“Welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” Romans 15:7

Welcome to the St. Gabriel Family.

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass M-S: 8:00 AM

Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00 PM

Sunday Mass: 8:00 AM

Sunday Mass: 9:30 AM

Sunday Mass: 11:00 AM

Adoration: Friday following mass

Masses are streamed live.


Saturday’s 3:00 -3:30 in the Church or by Appointment

Call Father Nathan — at 954.943.3684 to schedule


Alleluia, alleluia.
Now the ruler of the world will be driven out, says the Lord;
and when I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw everyone to myself.

Jn 12:31b-32

First ReadingGn 3:9-15

Responsorial PsalmPs 130:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8

With the Lord there is mercy, and fullness of redemption.

Second Reading2 Cor 4:13—5:1

Gospel ReadingMk 3:20-35


From Father Nathan


June 13 – We celebrate the Memorial of St. Anthony of Padua

This week on the 13th, we will celebrate the Memorial of St. Anthony of Padua (1195-1231), born in Lisbon Portugal.

He is the patron saint of my village. I have such a great admiration for this saint.


These days I do notice some of us dropping the Body of Jesus, during Communion time. I have also seen people come to me in different postures which I know for sure are in danger of dropping it. Hence, I am trying to attend to this. Let us follow the instructions detailed below.

Read more to find Instructions for how to Properly RECEIVE HOLY COMMUNION


Rome-Assisi, 9-day Pilgrimage on March 24, 2025 to April 1, 2025

We will be traveling to Rome-Assisi, 9-day Pilgrimage from March 24th, 2025 to April 1st, 2025 for the Four-Doors tour which is once every 25 years. Brochures are in the back of the church by the announcement wall.


Anyone who would like to honor their loved ones with flowers on the altar can pick the color of roses and choose their week, it is $75.00 per week and will be acknowledged in the bulletin. Check made out to St. Gabriel Church. Please call the office if interested.

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The Community of St Gabriel

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The weekend of June 8 & 29, 2024

This year’s collection will take place in the Archdiocese of Miami The weekend of June 8 & 9.  Your generosity and participation is vital if we are to reach our goal. Your gifts to this collection will help build churches; train and educate pastors and laypeople; publish Catholic newpapers; sustain orphanages; evangelize children, adults, and seniors; and provide scholarships to Catholic students. Your solidarity matters to your Catholic brothers and sisters in Central and Eastern Europe. Thank you for your generosity

Announcements & Events

Blood Drive

June 9 | 7:30 am-1:30 pm

One Blood Centers of S. Florida asked that we sponsor a Blood Drive to help keep the blood supply at a safe level. The Blood Drive is scheduled for Sunday, June 9 between 7:30 am – 1:30 pm


 Before and after the Saturday 4:00 pm mass and all masses on Sunday

Every weekend before and after each Mass 4:00 p.m. Saturday, 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 Sunday. A brief time to gather with friends and meet new friends. Our members will welcome you each and every week.

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1st Friday of every month

On the 1st Friday of every month we will have 7 HOURS OF PRAYER for the reflection and quiet contemplation of devotion and adoration of the most Blessed Sacrament. Please sign up on the clipboard in the back of the church by the bulletin board. We need a minimum of 2 people per hour, every hour from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. hour. Please take advantage of this time for yourself, our parish, our country, and the world as prayer is the most and highest respect to our Lord and the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Bibles Needed for the Prison Ministry

The John A. Hill Columbiettes 4955, at the request of the Knights of Columbus Assembly 1534, is collecting New and Used bibles to be distributed to prisons through the Assembly Prison Ministry Program in South Florida. It is the mission of both the Knights of Columbus and their sister organization – the Columbiettes, to spread the word of God to those who need it the most, those confined from the outside world. A Box is by the bulletin board at the entrance to the church right side.

Masses + Messages

Vigil Mass 4:00 PM

Daily Mass Monday – Saturday 8:00 AM

Text to Give:  Text “DONATE” to 954-633-8310

Register and begin your donations

Give Online

Click the Give Button and register to donate.  Learn more about online giving.


every Friday 3:30 – 4:30 pm. beginning October 21st

Today we are recipients of the labor and commitment of St. Paul to initiate and spread Christianity from its Jewish roots to a universal faith. By studying his letters in chronological order, we can expect to grow in appreciation of our Christian heritage. Text: your Bible Join us on Zoom 464 994 0740 every Friday 3:30 -4:30 p.. beginning October 21st.

– facilitator, Dr. Barbara Rietberg (ministerial doctorate, Barry University)

On Going Events

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Every 2nd Monday at 5:30 p.m. inside St. Gabriel Catholic Church

The Cenacle is the room where Jesus and the disciples met for the Last Supper. The Guardian of the Faith Rosary Cenacle is a small faith-sharing group who shares a scripture reading and offers thoughts, mediations, and intentions before saying the Rosary together as the Blessed Mother requests. Everyone is encouraged to join the Guardian of the Faith Cenacle. Prayer booklets are provided. The Cenacle will be held every 2nd Monday of the month at 5:30 p.m. at St. Gabriel Church

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2nd and 4th Friday at 10:00 AM

The Bereavement Group will be meeting in the conference room in the rectory. Anyone in need of support is welcome. Please call Karen McGrath at 954-732-1880 for details.

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2nd Saturday every month, after the 4 PM mass

Grandparents Prayer will now be held on the 2nd Saturday of every month after the 4:00 p.m. Mass in the parish hall.


Open Weekends

Saturday: before and after the 4pm Mass

Sundays: after 8 am Mass until, after the 11 am Mass

*** Even with such a small space we have much to offer****

Church Activities


We say the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet every day after the 8:00 a.m. Mass. Monday – Saturday. America and the world need our prayers more than ever. Please join us

Centering Prayer

The Centering Prayer group continues to meet weekly but on Zoom. If you would like information or would like to join either the 10 a.m. Wednesday or the 7 p.m. Thursday group please contact Barbara Rietberg at bjrietberg@gmail.com

Bible Study

The study of Matthew’s Gospel continues on Zoom at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays.

For info contact Barbara Rietberg at bjrietberg@gmail.com

Study of Paul’s Letters

Today we are recipients of the labor and commitment of St. Paul to initiate and spread Christianity from its Jewish roots to a universal faith. By studying his letters in chronological order, we can expect to grow in appreciation of our Christian heritage. Grab your Bible and join us on Zoom at 464 994 0740 every Friday 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Facilitator, Dr. Barbara Rietberg (ministerial doctorate, Barry University. To learn more please contact Barbara Rietberg at bjrietberg@gmail.com


St. Gabriel Council of Catholic Women (CCW)

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Food Collection this & every weekend we will be collecting nonperishable food items for the poor in the area.

St. Gabriel Men’s Club


Volunteers Needed

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ST. VINCENT DEPAUL Volunteers Needed


Our SVdP thrift store located at 2323 N. Dixie Hwy, Pompano Beach needs workers.

St. Vincent DePaul Broward provides volunteer opportunities through its store for donation processing for students or others needing volunteer hours.

If you can volunteer some time, please call Mary Alice at 954- 942-2242. Store hours are 10-4 p.m. Monday – Saturday. Our store is a huge source of help for those in need.


Veteran’s Flag

The flag will be flown in honor of Roger Gelina a parishioner who passed away and was in the Coast Guard.

We are asking for donations of flags. Please call the office – 954-943-3684

Connect With Your St Gabriel Family by Phone


During this time of the COVID pandemic, many of us feel more isolated from our family, friends, and fellow parishioners. It is vitally important that we keep in touch with one another and nurture our growth as a parish community.

With the present health restrictions, it’s easy to become anonymous.

If you would like phone contact on a weekly basis, please let us know…that is what our parish family is all about! Call 954-943-3684 to request a weekly contact or fill out the contact form.


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Father Nathan’s Installation Mass Slideshow

Father Nathan’s Installation Mass Photo Gallery

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Join our Parish Family

Register in the parish, so that it’s easy to become a confirmation sponsor or Godparent.

Want to Lend a Helping Hand?

Find volunteer opportunities and share your talents.

Get Help
Need a Helping Hand?

We are here to help.  Request home visits, send a prayer request.  For urgent needs call 954.943.3684

Online Giving is here!

Text to Give:  Text “DONATE” to
Online Website Giving:
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Building Bridges, Not Fences


Once upon a time, two brothers who lived on adjoining farms fell into a conflict.

It was the first serious rift in 40 years of farming side by side, sharing machinery, and trading labor and goods as needed without a hitch.

Then the long collaboration fell apart.

It began with a small misunderstanding and it grew into a major difference, and finally, it exploded into an exchange of bitter words followed by weeks of silence.

One morning there was a knock on John’s door. He opened it to find a man with a carpenters toolbox. “I’m looking for a few day’s work,” he said, “Perhaps you would have a few small jobs here and there I could help with? Could I help you?”

“Yes,” said the older brother. “I do have a job for you. Look across the creek at that farm. That’s my neighbor, in fact, it’s my younger brother. Last week there was a meadow between us and he took his bulldozer to the river levee and now there is a creek between us.

Well, he may have done this to spite me, but I’ll go him one better. See that pile of lumber by the barn? I want you to build me a fence—an 8-foot fence—so I won’t need to see his place or his face anymore.”

The carpenter said, “I think I understand the situation. Show me the nails and the post digger and I’ll be able to do the job that pleased you.

The older brother had to go to town, so he helped the carpenter get the materials ready, and then he was off for the day. The carpenter worked hard all that day measuring, sawing, nailing.

About sunset the farmer returned, the carpenter had just finished his job. The farmer’s eyes opened wide, his jaw dropped. The was no fence there at all. It was a bridge—a bridge stretching from one side of the creek to the other! A fine piece of work handrails and all –and the neighbor, his brother was coming across, his hand outstretched.

The two brothers stood at each end of the bridge, and then they met in the middle, taking each other’s hand. They turned to see the carpenter hoist his toolbox on his shoulder wait! Stay a few days.

I have a lot of other projects for you”, said the older brother. “I’d love to stay on”, the carpenter said, but I have many more bridges to build.”

Special Prayers + Intentions


O God, Master of this passing world, hear the humble voices of your children.

The Sea of Galilee obeyed Your order and returned to its former quietude.

You are still the Master of the land and sea.  We live in the shadow of danger over which we have no control: the Gulf, like a provoked and angry giant, can awake from its seeming lethargy, overstep its conventional boundaries, invade our land and spread chaos and disaster.

During this hurricane season, we turn to You, O loving Father.  Spare us from past tragedies whose memories are still so vivid and whose wounds seem to refuse to heal with the passing of time.

O Virgin, Star of the Sea, Our beloved Mother, we ask to plead with your Son on our behalf so that spared from the calamities common to this area and animated with a true spirit of gratitude, we will walk in the footsteps of your Divine Son to reach the heavenly Jerusalem where a storm less eternity awaits.



Star of the Sea shine brightly down

Upon our sailor men

Guide them to victory  and sagely home again.

When sholdiers battle on the field

When they in trenches go,

Oh Mary lovely Queen of Peace

Protect them from the foe.

Oh help of Morining Christian star

Guide them with your saving rays

The skyways where our pilots are

In flight by night and day

Oh Mary lovely Queen of Peace

Sweet Mother of God’s Son

Grant that the world wide war may cease

And freedoms cause can be won.


Prayer to Accept God’s Will

Lord Jesus, in Your agony You uttered the prayer, “Not My will, but Yours be done”.  Help me to resign myself to the Father’s will with such humility and love.  Grant that I may perceive the things that I can change in my life; give me the help to accept those things I cannot change.

I know You will permit only that which will lead to my salvation and that of others.  Help me to accept with a joyful and humble heart the good things You send.  Help me to accept too, the cross which I must bear in union with You.  I as this, Lord, in Your name.  Amen.

St Gabriel Catholic Church

A Vibrant Faith Community in Christ

Parish History

Established in 1967, Saint Gabriel serves the faith and spiritual needs of the Catholic community in Pompano Beach and Hillsboro Beach.

St. Gabriel Beginnings

Through hard work, sacrifice, and dedication, parishioners constructed a rectory and a church with an elegant blue tile roof and ceramic doors made by two California aunts of Father Thomas Goggin, the first pastor. Parishioners also established a religious education program.

St. Gabriel Today

The tile roof remains but the harsh sea and salty air took their toll on the original doors.  In 2017, the doors were replaced with the beautiful doors you see today.

The parish may be South Florida’s first to initiate a Parish Nurse/Health program in conjunction with Holy Cross Hospital, to serve the frail elderly.

Situated in the heart of Pompano Beach on A1A, just across the street from the beach, St Gabriel’s community is a blend of cultures, ages, and ethnicities.

St Gabriel is blessed to serve as a vibrant year-round parish for about a 1,000 families, which swells during “season” when we welcome our seasonal parishioners home.

Saint Gabriel’s spiritual life is embodied in prayer and our community outreach. St Gabriel offers parishioners many opportunities to participate in parish life – Bible study, prayer groups, Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Respect Life, the frail elderly, and many others.




Get Involved

St. Gabriel | Needs & News



The St. Vincent de Paul conference here at St. Gabriel continues to receive calls from neighbors in need.  We anticipate an increase in requests for help, so we are asking you to remember your needy neighbors with prayers and financial support.

Donations by check should be sent to:

St. Gabriel Conference
731 N. Ocean Blvd.
Pompano Beach, FL 33062.

Our members continue to pray for all of our friends.


SVdP confidential message line is 954-224-6666.



If you would like to have a loved one remembered with altar flowers please call the office at 954-943-3684 to arrange a week you would like to donate.  The donation is $150.00.  At your request, it can be announced in the bulletin.


Our Parish Maintenance Fund is a great way of financially participating repairs, and upkeep of our beautiful parish.  Thank you for your generosity to your parish.


We are in desperate need of sizes 32-34-36 men’s used jeans. 

You have helped the needy with used sneakers, bikes and now we are back asking again. Each week we serve approximately 850 meals. That’s 850 faces that look to your acts of kindness. Our Clothing Mission provides T-shirts, jeans, used sneakers, work boots to those down on their luck. A blue bin marked jeans are in the back of the church. Thank You!

GIFT SHOP – Volunteers needed

We are in need of a few volunteers to help run the gift shop on the weekend Masses.  If interested please call Georgette Meikle – 954-946-2551

CHOIR Information

All rehearsals are canceled due to COVID until further notice. Call Andrew Reid – 754-264-9091 with any questions.


Of the approximately 200 guests that come calling at “Our Father’s House Family Services each day most are in need of sneakers. Please look in your closet, for those sneakers you have not worn for a long time.  In the rear of the church is a basket that says “Sneakers”. Thank You


Our Father’s Soup Kitchen has started a new ministry called Bike Academy.  All bike sale money goes into an escrow account for the veterans and less fortunate. When they earn enough for a deposit, we have arranged to have them placed in permanent housing. They are in desperate need of used bicycles in any condition. We come to you same day pick up service. Contact Jim Crissy – 954-610-5341

Organizations, Groups + Other News

St. Gabriel Council of Catholic Women

President: Giovanna Tuttobene | 585-729-2533

All meetings have been canceled until further notice.


Contact John Yardly – 954-789-8596


Join the Men’s club.  We have great benefits!

You won’t know what you are missing until you join.  Please ask yourself “what would entice me to join?”

Contact Malcolm Meikle, president of the Men’s Club,
phone number – 207-831-0385


St. Vincent de Paul Society encourages any parishioner or friend of a parishioner to call the SVdP confidential message line – 954-224-6666, if you would like friendly social visits, prayers, or emotional support on an ongoing basis, this is the program for you.


All meetings are canceled until further notice. Call Karen McGrath 954- 732-1880 for assistance.


The Knitting Nellies meetings have been canceled until further notice. If you have questions contact Margaret – 954-532-2018.


Statement of Purpose:  We come together to experience the transforming power of God as we practice Center Prayer in a supportive and spiritual community committed to encouraging each other in our journey.

The Centering Prayer group continues to meet weekly on Zoom. If you would like information or would like to join either the 10 AM Wednesday or the 7 PM Thursday group, please contact Barbara Rietberg at bjrietberg@gmail.com

Serra Club of Broward County

The Serra Club is a Catholic organization devoted to promoting vocations to the priesthood and religious life.

Contact Malcolm Meikle, President Serra Club
phone number – 207-831-0385


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Archbishop Thomas Wenski

Archbishop Thomas Wenski

Archdiocese of Miami


Lord Jesus, you were born of the Virgin Mary,

The daughter of Saints Joachim and Anne.

Look with love on grandparents the world over.

For families for the Church and for all of society.

Support them!  As they grow older,

May they continue to be for their families

Strong pillars of Gospel faith, guardians of noble

Domestic ideals, living treasures of sound religious,

Traditions.  Make them teachers of wisdom and courage,

That they may pass on to future generations the fruits

Of their mature human and spiritual experience.

Lord Jesus, help families and society

To value the presence and role of grandparents.

May they never be ignored or excluded

But always encounter respect and love.

Help them to live serenely and to feel welcomed

In all the years of life which you give them.

Mary, Mother of all the living keep grandparents

Constantly in your care, accompany them on their

Earthly pilgrimage and by your prayers, grant

That all families may one day be reunited in our heavenly

Homeland where you await all humanity for the

Great embrace of life without end.


Get Inspired…

“Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful.”
– Colossians 3:15


Where are you called to serve?  Here are a few featured ministries here at St Gabriel.  Explore these opportunities or check out a full listing of ministries.

St. Vincent de Paul


Get involved.  St. Vincent de Paul connects one-on-one with individuals in need.

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

Training and certification are held periodically throughout the Diocese.

Council of Catholic Women

Women’s service, prayer, and social group.

Won’t you join us?

Knights of Columbus

Men’s Catholic service and social group.

We’d love to meet you.

Respect Life

“Every Life: Cherished, Chosen, Sent”!

Every life is important to our faith community.  Get involved.

“So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”
– 1 Corinthians 13:13

Our Partners & Sponsors

Coastal Comfort
Pompano Beach, FL
954-782-2665 | Location | Website

Celebrate Saint Teresa
Byron Center, MI
877-212-7317 | Location | Website

REBOOT! LIVE! by Real Life Catholic
Greenwood Village, CO
330-732-5228 | Location | Website

Reflection’s Hallmark
Pompano Beach, FL
954-943-2780 | Location | Website

Jukebox Diner


2771 E. Atlantic Blvd.

Real Estate
Jan Park

Pompano Beach, Florida

954.781.1818 | Email

Camille Hall

Pompano Beach, FL

954.254.2085 | Email

Property Management
Mark Park | Method Management

Pompano Beach, FL



Catholic Cemeteries/Catholic Health Service
Doral, FL
954-484-1515 | Location | Website
Kraeer Funeral Homes
Pompano Beach, FL
954-941-4111 | Location | Website

Senior Medical Associates
Weston, FL
954-659-9690 | Location | Website

Michele Greene, State Farm
Lighthouse Point, FL
954-781-0400 | Location | Website

St. Joseph’s Residence
Ft Lauderdale, FL
877-247-4632 | Location | Website

Vacation Rentals
Beach Vacation Rentals

Pompano Beach, FL

954.283.1111 | Website

Charitable Giving
Tony Albergo, American Cancer Society
Cash for Cars, Trucks & Boats
Proceeds to American Cancer Society



Web Development and Marketing Services
Why Be Ordinary Marketing

Pompano Beach, FL

Kelly DiMascio

754.225.2044 | Website


Thomas Wich, Jr – Attorney
Pompano Beach, FL
954-610-4059 | Location | Website
Donald A Wich, Jr – Attorney
Lighthouse Point, FL
James J. Wich, Jr

Lighthouse Point, FL


The Grace of Yes by Lisa Hendey
Notre Dame, IN
800-282-1865 | Website

Garage Doors
Allied Doors
Pompano Beach, FL
954-942-8551 | Location | Website

myParish App
Byron Center, MI
800-997-8805 | Location | Website

Dascor Plumbing

State Lic. No. CFC 057669

Pompano Beach, Fl

954.941.7405 | Email

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