St Lucy’s Golden Anniversary 1968-1968


Fr Brian Horgan, Ph.D.

Parochial Administrator

Doctorate of Philosophy, Psychology, North Central University, Prescott Valley, AZ, 2009

Master of Social Work, Barry University, Miami, Fl, 2016

Squadron Officer School, ((Correspondence), 2008)

PCE Crisis Trauma Wilford Hall Medical Center (WHMC), Lackland AFB, TX, 2008

Chaplain Orientation Course, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, 2007

Officer Training School, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, 2007

Master of Science in Criminal Justice, Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL, 2007

Master of Divinity, St Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary, Boynton Beach, FL, 1998

Master of Arts, St Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary, Boynton Beach, FL, 1997

Bachelor of Arts, Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL, 1994

“He taught us a lot about friendship and all the things you can accomplish as a team.”

Mary Jones, Parishioner

Mr David Mazur

Parish Manager

The parish manager is to provide leadersh​ip and day-to-day supervision of the temporal affairs of the parish in such a way as to enable the pastor to concentrate on the spiritual affairs of the parish.

The parish manager understands the necessary approval from the pastor in concert with the policies, procedures and guidelines set forth by the diocese regarding financial and temporal transactions.

The position calls for coordination with other members of the staff and volunteers, participation in staff planning and operational meetings and significant dialogue with the pastor so that he is fully apprised of matters being considered and acted upon by the parish manager.

The manager must be sensitive to the nature of information he has access to and must treat it confidentially.

Ms Maureen Winkler

Secretary to the Administrator

Director of Finance

Working confidentially with the Pastor and the Parish Manager, the executive administrator has direct oversight of the public face of the parish office. The executive administrator is responsible for creating and maintain an organized, hospitable, productive and effective atmosphere in the front office, assuring a good “first impression” for all parishioners and guests.

They help develop systems of filing and organization that improve the fluidity of basic office functions so that the parishioner is better served and the mission of the parish is better accomplished.

The executive administrator is primarily responsible for recruiting and training front desk volunteer receptionists, oversees the scheduling of Mass intentions, maintains the parish facility usage calendar, and the various modes of communicating information to the parish and staff.

She also provides leadership and support of the Parish operations by managing office volunteers and is viewed as the heart of the parish office. Also oversees projects directed by the Pastor as well as representing the parish office to parishioners, referring to the competent staff or office when necessary.

Mr Ludovic Joseph

Director of Plant Operations

Under the general supervision of the Parish Manager, the director of plant operations works in cooperation with the entire parish staff and as a member of the team responsible for the safety, cleanliness, and efficient operation of the buildings and grounds.

As a minimally supervised employee with numerous duties, varying priorities, and conflicting demands, must be self-directed, able to make sound judgments and decisions for the overall best interest of the parish.

Ms. Mary Mancour

Residence Manager

". . . . .The ladies always had a similar look about them; always wearing a head scarf and danimack coat although they wore a different coat for each season. They all seemed to be 5ft tall, their head scarves tied with the knot at the chin, it had a style of its own without all the glamour of beauticians; when referred to, they were fondly known as Father's Housekeeper.

They were never referred to by their first names when a conversation was started among the community. But they were celebrities in their own right even though we knew very little about them - they heard all and said nothing. They had a ‘code of their own’ as we say, they ruled the roost and getting past Miss… to get a form signed or to see the priest was indeed difficult at times.

They were very accurate and persistent in all there dealings and their power of observations were second to none.

Their lives was a vocation and service to God and the priest. They did not mix much outside, and Parish life relied a great deal on them. They had many talents and gifts and at times acted as a counsellor, personal assistant, nurse and doctor to the PP’; they were chef, cleaner, sometimes sacristan, and even ran the parish sale of work, teaching us life skills on the way.

I can appreciate now the work they did in the Parish and in the community. There was no fancy title for their job. They knew everyone in the city and how to get a job done. You knew by one word or one look that you could be in trouble but this always for your own good. There is no sentiment in business even in holy business!"

Thank you Mary - you are one in a million!

Ms Josephine Dolce

Director of Sacred Music

Works with the pastor to oversee the parish music services and liturgical planning programs for all ages.

Responsible for planning all music services for the parish to include Masses, funerals, weddings, and other liturgical services as necessary. Responsible for forming and directing different choirs, i.e. children's, etc, Responsible for forming instrumental music groups or individual soloists. Responsible for recruiting and training cantors To be a member of the parish worship/liturgical commission. Be proficient in piano and organ keyboards.