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Calling All Youth

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Supporting Eldercare of Religious

The annual Retirement Fund for Religious collection will be held Dec. 10-11 in the Diocese of St. Augustine. Coordinated by the National Religious Retirement Office (NRRO), the parish-based appeal benefits nearly 33,000 senior Catholic sisters, brothers and religious order priests whose communities lack adequate retirement savings. read on

Updated: Mercy Minutes – A Year of Mercy Video Series

Welcome to Mercy Minutes The Office of Communications for the Diocese of St. Augustine, in collaboration with Father Richard Pagano, has produced a 10-video spiritual reflection series for the Jubilee Year of Mercy. A new video will be released bi-weekly leading up to Mercy Monday on September 12, 2016. To receive these videos directly to your inbox, read on

The Catholic response to the worst mass shooting in U.S. history

“We join the victims in solidarity. Every human life is precious. My heart aches for the families of the victims. Only the Crucified can overcome this kind of hate.” – Bishop Felipe J. Estévez To read more reflections from Bishops of the United States click here.  read on

The Right to Religious Freedom

The Little Sisters of the Poor face a dire threat to their religious freedom in the United States. Find out more about what the Catholic Church teaches on religious freedom, including the groundbreaking Declaration on Religious Freedom (Dignitatis Humanae) from the Second Vatican Council. read on

Mercy Minutes – A Year of Mercy Video Series

Welcome to our first episode in a series of ten reflection produced yb the Office of Communications of the Diocese of St. Augustine for the Year of Mercy. In this episode, Father Richard Pagano, of our parish reflects on the idea of mercy versus compassion and how as Catholics we cans serve as God’s vessels read on

Health & Wellness Fair, April 23rd, 2016

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Join Our Journey of Faith A Year of Faith Pilgrimage is scheduled for Jan. 12 By Erin McGeever read on

Natural Family Planning Awareness Week Begins July 22 in U.S. Dioceses

“Faithfully Yours” is the theme of Natural Family Planning Awareness Week, July 22-28, a national educational campaign of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) on the Catholic teaching on married love and the gift of human life. The annual campaign, which began in 2002, promotes awareness of Natural Family Planning (NFP) methods. “NFP Awareness read on

Explore the Possibilities

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