Mass Intentions


Good Shepherd Catholic Church will announce your intention at any of our daily and Sunday Masses. Please provide the name of the person, the date of the Mass, and the intention request which can be death, health or thanksgiving. The suggested donation for a Community Mass Intention is $15 per intention per Mass, and all dates are subject to availability.

There are two options available at this time for requesting Mass Intentions:

1. Mail Your Request and Payments to:

    Good Shepherd Catholic Church
    14187 SW 72nd St
    Miami, FL 33183

2. Make Your Payment Online and Email Your Request to:

    Pay Online:  WeShare - Mass Intentions
    Email To:  [email protected]  

NOTE:  Please be advised that only Community Masses are offered in the parish.


Instrucciones para las intenciones de Misas en Good Shepherd

La Parroquia de Good Shepherd anunciará su intención en nuestras Misas diarias o dominicales.  Por favor provee el nombre de la persona, la fecha para la Misa y la intención de difunto, salud o acción de gracias.  La donación sugerida para la intención en la Misa comunitaria es $15 por intención por Misa.  Las fechas serán según la disponibilidad de espacio.  Los sábados no hay Misa.

Hay dos maneras de solicitar una intención de Misa: 

1.   Enviar intención y donación por correo:
     Good Shepherd Catholic Church
     14187 SW 72nd St
     Miami, FL 33183
2.  Hacer donación en linea y enviar intención por correo electronico:
     Donación: WeShare - Mass Intentions
     Enviar correo electronico:  [email protected]   



The tradition of offering Masses for our loved ones, particularly for the repose of the faithfully departed souls in purgatory, originates in the very early Church. In fact, the act of praying for the dead is referenced throughout the Old Testament in 2 Maccabees 12:43-46, Job 19:1, 23-27, and Lamentation 3:17-26. Because the celebration of the Eucharist is the highest form of worship in the Catholic Church, there are many spiritual fruits that are given when we, as her members, unite ourselves with Christ's sacrifice on the cross.

"In the celebration of the Eucharistic Sacrifice, the Church prays that God, the Father of mercies, will grant His children the fullness of the Holy Spirit so that they may become one body and one spirit in Christ. In raising this prayer to the Father of lights, from whom comes every good endowment and every perfect gift, the Church believes that she will be heard, for she prays in union with Christ her Head and Spouse, who takes up this plea of His Bride and joins it to His own redemptive sacrifice" (Ecclesia de Eucharistia,No. 43, St. Pope John Paul II).