Join St. Gabriel Catholic Church
in Pompano Beach, Florida.
All Parishioners (even part-time) should register.
Why Should I Become a Member of St. Gabriel Parish?
Registration is the official way we join a parish community. Many people think that because they attend a particular parish they automatically belong. Membership requires signing up and formally enrolling yourself in the parish.
How your Registration Affects St. Gabriel
Your registration affects the parish in many ways. Census numbers can determine how many priests are assigned to a parish, what benefits and obligations the community has to the archdiocese, and how many Masses and programs are planned and scheduled.
Important Reasons to Register
Registration not only shows you belong, but may be necessary for certain benefits, like scheduling sacraments, obtaining sponsor certificates, participating in religious education programs and getting donation statements for tax purposes. It is also required to serve as a sponsor for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) or confirmation sponsor, or to be a God Parent.
Are you registered with us?
One way to know is if you receive regular communications from us, such as offertory envelopes, newsletters or emails. If you do not receive at least one of these you should check with the parish office staff.
St. Gabriel Catholic Church Needs You
We need you. There is no one on earth like you and God made you with special gifts and when combined with the special gifts of the parish community we create a beautiful mosaic of talents.
St Gabriel Parish Registration
If you would like to become a parishioner or if your contact information has changed, please complete the registration form and submit it to the parish office or drop it in the collection basket on Sunday.
If you’d like to registering online, just fill out the online registration form below.
Recent News From St Gabriel Catholic Church | Pompano Beach
Holy Thursday Homily. We celebrate three anniversaries on Holy Thursday: 1) the anniversary of the first Holy Mass, 2) the anniversary of the institution of ministerial priesthood in order to perpetuate the Holy Mass, to convey God’s forgiveness to repentant sinners, and to preach the Good News of salvation, 3) the anniversary of Jesus’ promulgation of his new commandment of love: “Love one another as I have loved you” (Jn 13:34).
At the Easter Vigil, the Exsultet is sung as Mass begins in darkness, illumined only by candles throughout the church. The Exsultet is a beautiful hymn of rejoicing in Christ’s triumph of sin and death.
Today is Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion and we are remembering the death of Jesus, the Word made flesh on the cross… The Cross is the principal symbol of Christianity and this is so because it reminds the world of the sacrificial love of Christ which he expressed to humankind through his passion and death.
Palm Sunday. Holy Week begins. Jesus and his disciples arrive at the Mount of Olives. “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Blessed is the kingdom of our father David that is to come! Hosanna in the highest!”
Holy Week is also called “Passion Week” begins on Palm Sunday and continues to Easter Sunday. Holy Week provided an opportunity for all the faithful to reflect on their personal sinfulness and their need for Christ and His sacrifice on our behalf.
5th Sunday of Lent. I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live… -Jn 11:25