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My Own Church

We are very excited to introduce our new online parishioner portal that lets you update your family’s records, including online giving!  It’s called My Own Church and it’s available now.  It’s convenient.  It’s secure.  And it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

Here are a few things we think you’re going to love about My Own Church:

  • Accurate records!  Whether we’re preparing sacramental certificates or getting in touch by phone, mail, or email, having up-to-date information, with properly spelled names for all your family members, helps us serve you better.
  • Fewer forms!  My Own Church integrates with the other systems we use, so you’ll only have to update your information in one place.
  • Giving history!  View your family giving history anytime you like – no need to ask for a statement.  It’s all right at your fingertips, but behind a secure login.
  • Online registration!  Just register yourself and your family in My Own Church and view all payments for RE, giving history and records.

With your updated information, we’ll be able to contact you when we need to so you don’t miss anything important.
Once we authorize your account, log in to update names, phone numbers, addresses, emails, and upload photos.

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions
Is my Giving History confidential in My Own Church?
If I update my record in My Own Church, will I still need to update my information for religious education and ministries?
How do I keep my information private?
I made some changes to my information. Why aren’t they showing up in My Own Church?
I recently created an account…why can’t I log in?
I forgot my account login…what do I do?
I got a “Registration Failed!” message…why?
Do I ever need to use My Own Church again, or is this a one-time deal?
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Press Release 3/2/2020: Archbishop Wenski issues guidelines to help prevent spread of coronavirus.

Miami ... (March 2, 2020) The Archdiocese of Miami offers the following guidelines parishes can employ to help prevent the spread of contagion.  The same precautions taken for the flu are also to be employed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Because we now have two confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the state of Florida, the following practices are suggested.
  • Temporary suspension of the minor chalices used for the distribution of the Precious Blood.
  • Temporary suspension of the communal Sign of Peace (kissing or shaking of hands).
  • Not to hold hands during the recitation/chanting of the Our Father.
  • Temporary suspension of the greeting before Mass (if your parish has this practice).
  • Emptying the holy water fonts at the church doors.
  • Use of anti-bacterial soap by the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion before and after distribution of the Host.
  • Reminding parishioners that if they feel unwell or have flu like symptoms they are encouraged to stay home.
  • The celebrant is to use discretion if he shakes hands while greeting parishioners before or after the Mass.
As the distribution of Holy Communion involves contact with both the mouth and hands, any Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion who feels uncomfortable distributing Communion should be allowed to temporarily step down from ministry. It is still left to the discretion of the communicant how they wish to receive the Host. If circumstances should change in the coming days and weeks that require a different course of action, further information or measures will be forthcoming. The Archdiocese of Miami: www.miamiarch.org Instagram/Twitter/YouTube: @CatholicMiami Facebook: /ArchdioceseofMiami Follow our hashtags: #MiamiArchNews #MiamiArchCommunications Media contact: Maria Alejandra Rivas, Media Coordinator, at (305)762-1046 mrivas@theadom.org, or Mary Ross Agosta, Director of Communications, at (305)762-1043 mragosta@theadom.org. Click here to view the Press Release on the ADOM website.