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Mass At St. Max ChurchMay the peace and blessings of the Lord be with you and your loved ones. Over twenty years ago, then-Archbishop Edward McCarthy called for formation of a new Catholic-Christian family in Pembroke Pines. That Family has become St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish. We have grown into a rich and diverse community which does its best to live the example of our patron. Father Maximilian Kolbe is honored because his faith gave him the dignity to live and die knowing that, despite whatever horrendous condition he experienced, God is always with us. Though large and diverse, guided by the love of the Holy Spirit, we work every day to minister to every soul who finds their way to St. Max.
Mass At St. Max ChurchWe look to our parishioners of St. Max, as well as others who benefit from our facilities. We need each of you to make a commitment to "Build To Completion". Through good ministry , generosity and focus, we have reached a stage where we can and must build for St. Max parish to best address its growing needs. This begins with the new Preschool / Religious Education Center. It continues with the dream of constructing of a New Church with seating for 1,200 persons. These have been a long time coming, and will be the result of Parish-wide personal sacrifices, made with heartfelt love and deep, abiding faith. When people see and hear about our parish, let's show the world that our values reach into the very depths of what it means to be a Catholic and a follower of Christ. Pray that the intent of your actions will be substantial and meaningful, so that together we can make the dream a reality.
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