Ministry of Consolation

The Ministry of Consolation will provide support and assistance to a family after the death of a loved one.  Our goal is to plan a funeral mass that is personal, meaningful, and comforting and which includes:

Who should apply?

Parishioners who believe they are being called to assist grieving families.  Diocesan requirements include Safe Environment Training, fingerprinting, and a two day training course.

Bereavement Support Meetings

Please join us at our Bereavement Support Meertings. Dates and times are published in the weekly parish bulletin.

For more information please contact:

Parish Office at (352) 383-8556


 Guia de Las Lecturas de la Misa Funebre

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on Bereavement and Funerals:

Policies and Guidelines for Funeral Planning, Vigils-Wakes, Masses, Receptions and Committals 100219 100919

Information on Catholic Cremation:

Cremation Document

Cremation Questions and Answers

Cremation Brochure

Cremation Document in Spanish

Cremation Questions and Answers in Spanish

Cremation Brochure in Spanish

A Catholic Understanding Of Cremation 061119c




Contact Us

Phone: (352) 383-8556
Address: 6803 Old Hwy 441 South Mount Dora, FL 32757

    Mass Schedule

    8:30 am
    10:30 am
    1:30 pm (Spanish)

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