Family Matters

Elizabeth Ministry

elizabeth ministry
Following in the footsteps of Mary and Elizabeth, women mentoring to women thru the joys and sorrows of the childbearing years. Join a team to pray the rosary once a month for the needs of mothers in our parish, cook and deliver homemade meals for mothers in need, reach out as a pregnancy partner to a first time mom, support those experiencing infertility, or write letters of comfort after a miscarriage or loss. LEARN MORE

Catholic Ministry for Separated and Divorced

For all people experiencing separation or divorce.
We have a Fall series and a Spring series. If you are in need of this support: Call Lori Reinneck at the Family Life office for more information at 407-645-0284 or email [email protected] LEARN MORE

Respect Life

Guided by this Catholic Social Teaching and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we believe that all life is precious. We believe that every person has inherent dignity from the moment of conception to natural death and we seek always to protect and defend the sacredness and dignity of human life.

We provide opportunities in the parish and community for formation, outreach, and education through our

  • St. Zelie and Louis Martin Ministry
  • 40 Days for Life National Campaigns
  • Respect Life Corner


Blessed is She

Ladies’ small faith sharing group- Blessed is She. Every other Tuesday night, 7:30-8:30 pm, Family Life Center. For all women who desire two things: prayer and community, we follow the study materials from We offer one group for moms of toddlers/school age children and a second group for single ladies or moms with adult children. Links to study materials are sent out prior to the session and participants come with an open heart to share and pray. RSVP HERE. 

Senior Adult Ministry

A NEW VISION OF PARISH MINISTRY for Maturing Adults. Our mission is to construct, organize and sustain a vibrant faith formation program for the second half of life. Following the model from Dr. Richard Johnson, Catholic Psychologist from the Archdiocese of St. Louis, Our ministry components include: spiritual, outreach and service, social events and monthly meetings for prayer and planning. LEARN MORE

SMM Playgroup

Social and fun time for toddlers, preschoolers, and parents to meet others from our parish. 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 10am, Phelps Park in Winter Park  RSVP HERE. For more details/questions, please contact Jenny Condello at 513-320-6582 or email at [email protected]

Fall family service project, for families with children ages 4 and under, Saturday, Nov. 13, 9:30-10:30am, at the school playground. Children will make a goodie bags for the homeless. Supplies needed: sandwich bags, snacks, cash or gift cards to fast food restaurant or grocery store. Feel free to bring a “Jesus loves you” note, scripture, or holy card. RSVP to [email protected] or call at 407-645-0284.

Adoration for the Littles with Fr. Adam: Saturday, Nov. 13, 8:45-9:15am, in the chapel. Parents with infants and toddlers are invited to this child friendly time with Jesus. For Adoration Booklet for Children click here. More information contact the Family Life Office at 407-645-0284

Theology of the Body for Teens: Middle School Edition

A program for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students to Discover God's Plan For Love and Life. Theology of the Body for Teens: Middle School Edition answers the questions your middle school students may have about sexual morality, relationships, and how they were uniquely created for greatness. This program uses a dynamic mix of stories, real-life examples, activities, prayers, and relevant references to the culture. Contact the Family Life Office for resources at 407-645-0284 or email [email protected].

Special Needs Ministry

This group is for parents or other caregivers who are caring for a family member(s) with special needs to include developmental delays, mental health issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Hydrocephalus or other disabilities. We provide prayer, encouragement, friendship and resources for parents or caregivers facing the challenges of living with someone with special needs. LEARN MORE