Little Flower is a Special Place,

And we hope you can feel the family atmosphere when you come and worship with us! If you’d like to make Little Flower Parish your spiritual home by registering as a parishioner, please call the Parish Office at (251) 478-3381, or stop by the Office Monday through Friday between 9am and 5pm!

There are so many ways to live your Catholic faith with us, and below is a sample of all of the great ways you can get involved in our Parish (listed in alphabetical order):

altar servers

  • Altar servers assist the Priest in the celebration of the Mass. Those interested, both boys and girls, should contact Sr. Mary Joyce to get on the schedule.

  • Sr. Mary Joyce Bringer, CSJ

altar society

  • The Altar Society is composed of members who work in the background to ensure that the parish sanctuary is clean and neat, and that all necessary preparations are made for Masses, special liturgies, and celebrations. Members clean the sanctuary, wash altar linens, laundry altar servers’ albs, and perform other jobs that may arise.

  • Betty Ebel

  • Katie Hyland

catholic round table

  • Catholic Round Table is a weekly discussion that features a different topic and a different facilitator each meeting. See the events page for more information, or contact Betty below.

  • Betty Ebel

children's liturgy

  • Young children participate in Children’s Liturgy during the 9:30am Mass each Sunday.

  • Kerry Tran

community service

  • This group organizes Thanksgiving Baskets and the Christmas Angel Tree to help those parishioners that need extra help during the holidays, including our beloved members confined to their home or those in a Nursing Home. We also help collect money and needed supplies for the different ministries in our area, such as Catholic Social Services, the food pantry, 2 B Crisis Pregnancy Center, winter coats for the needy, pro-life work, and many other service projects!

  • Eileen Harden

CYO Sports

  • This season we have two soccer and two volleyball teams currently competing as well as basketball. Sports are open to students grades 2 through 8 who are either enrolled in our Parish School, or participate in Religious Education. For more information, contact our Athletic Director, Brandi Lindsey, below.

  • Brandi Lindsey

Discernment (Priesthood and religious life)

  • All of us are called to holiness, to be Saints, and thereby to be with God forever in Heaven—and God calls us to a specific vocation in order to attain Sainthood. While many are called to the vocation of Marriage, there are those in our Parish who will be called to the Priesthood, or even Religious Life. If you feel that God may be calling you, take the next step and follow the link below to the vocations page for the Archdiocese of Mobile —and of course, talk to your Pastor!

  • www.mobilevocations.com

extraordinary ministers of holy communion

  • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC’s) are lay men and women appointed by the Pastor to help in the distribution of Holy Communion at liturgies. If you would like to learn more, contact Dcn. Ron Martin below:

Girl Scout troop #8295

  • Girl Scouts offers the best leadership development experience for girls from Kindergarten through 12th grade. The inclusive, all-female environment that Girl Scouts provides prepares girls for a lifetime of leadership. Adult volunteers are welcome! (All GS Adult Volunteers must register with Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama and must be CAPP trained with the Archdiocese of Mobile.)

Knights of columbus, council 13367 (men age 18+)

  • From the moment of our founding in 1882, charity has been the first principle of the Knights of Columbus. We are Catholic men of faith and men of charitable action. Any Catholic man can become a Knight—if you are interested, contact our Grand Knight below:

  • Lanny Todd, Grand Knight

Ladies Auxiliary of the knights of columbus, council 13367

  • The Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus assist in the work of the Knights to the poorest and most vulnerable in our communities, and around the world. It is open to all Catholic women. For more information, contact our President below:

  • Amy Brown, President

  • Mary Kay Rasp, Vice President

lectors

  • Lectors assist at liturgies by proclaiming the Word of God. If you would like to be trained as a Lector, please contact Dcn. Ron Martin below:

legion of mary, Our lady of mount carmel praesidium

  • Begun in 1921, the Legion of Mary is now a world-wide apostolic organization of Catholic men and women who place themselves under the banner of Mary, Queen of the Legion. With the inspiration and guidance of the Holy Spirit they strive to develop greater spirituality in their lives while practicing the spiritual works of mercy. Their purpose is for the glory of God and the salvation of souls.

  • Official Mobile Curia Website click here.

  • Patricia Roser, President

little flower music ministry

  • To sing is to pray twice, or so said St. Augustine. Little Flower has two wonderful choirs that encompass all skill levels. If you would like to share your musical gift with the Parish, contact our Music Director below:

  • Dave Masline

little flower youth group: “FUSED”

  • The LF Youth Group (“Fused”) meets on the 3rd Sunday of each month in the Little Flower Catholic School Cafeteria after the noon Mass. All teens are welcome!

  • Joycelyn Lang

liturgy committee

  • The Liturgy Committee meets to discuss and make recommendations to the Pastor on liturgical matters around the Parish. If you are interested in getting involved, or in voicing an opinion, contact Joanne below.

  • Joanne Siggers

Loop group

  • The “Loop Group” is a community organization that seeks to promote involvement in the local community and neighborhood. This group monitors needs and events in our area, in order to promote a safer and better Mobile. If you’d like to be in the know about the goings-on in our community, and would like to voice your opinion to local government and law enforcement representatives, contact Sister below:

  • Sr. Mary Joyce Bringer, CSJ

men of st. joseph

  • The Men of St. Joseph is an association of Christian men, united under the Catholic Church, who meet weekly to pray together and encourage each other to be the spiritual leaders of their families. The purpose of the Men of St. Joseph is to instill holiness in men and facilitate spiritual leadership in family and community life. The Men of St. Joseph is open to all men who are interested. If you are interested, contact our Parish leader below:

  • Tom Ebel

parish council

  • The Parish Council is an advisory board to the Pastor. They make recommendations and suggestions for the overall good of the Parish. If you have questions about the Parish Council, or ideas that you’d like to bring before the whole Parish, contact the current President below:

  • Ann Corl, President

Rite of Christian initiation of adults (RCIA)

  • RCIA is a response to the call of the Holy Spirit to a closer relationship with God and the Catholic Church. It is the usual process by which an unbaptized person (a “catechumen”) or a previously baptized person (a “candidate”) seeks to learn more about the Catholic faith and possibly move towards entering into full communion with the Catholic Church at Easter. If you are interested in learning more about Catholicism, want to convert, or are thinking of moving towards full communion with the Church, contact our RCIA Coordinator below:

  • Betty Ebel, RCIA Coordinator

REligious education

  • Little Flower Parish offers religious education for children aged 3 all the way up through High School. To get involved, or if you have questions, contact our Director of Religious Ed (DRE) below:

  • Donna Hill, Religious Education Director

respect life

  • The Respect Life Committee is tasked with keeping the Parish aware of and involved in Life issues in our local, State, and Federal governments. If you would like to be more involved with Respect Life, contact Rebecca below:

  • Rebecca Graves

soul food café

  • Soul Food Café is a chance to feed both your body and your soul! Meetings begin with a shared meal, and then move on to discussion of a topic. Contact Mary Jo below for more information.

  • Mary Jo Wilder

St. Michael the archangel columbian squires (young men ages 9-17)

  • The Columbian Squires is a leadership development program for Catholic young men, 10-18 years old. The Squires program is designed to develop young men as leaders who understand their Catholic religion, who have a strong commitment to the Church and who are ready, willing and capable of patterning their lives after the Youth Christ. The Squires is the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus.

  • Ski Lopuhovsky

St. Vincent De Paul Society

  • Coming Soon—stay tuned for more information!