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Personnel

Bishop Retired Bishops Diocesan Priests Religious Order Priests Extern Priests (belonging to other dioceses) Permanent Deacons in Diocese Brothers Women Religious (Sisters)

Bishop 1
Retired Bishops 2
Diocesan Priests 93
Religious Order Priests 21
Extern Priests (belonging to other dioceses) 35
Permanent Deacons in Diocese 65
Brothers 2
Women Religious (Sisters) 109
Parishes 52
Mission Churches 8

Welfare
 

Catholic Hospitals 1
Homes for the Aged 2
Social Service Centers 9
Residential Care of Disabled 4

Educational
 

Seminarians 29
Diocesan High Schools 4
Total Students 2,158
Parish Elementary Schools 27
Total Students 8,303
Non-residential Schools for special education 1
Total Students 108
Catechesis/Religious Education
High School Students 914
Elementary Students 7,243
Teachers in the Diocese
Priests 1
Sisters 12
Lay Teachers 873
Deacons 4

Sacramental Statistics
 

Receptions into the Church
Infant Baptism Totals 1,813
Minor Baptism Totals 246
Adult Baptism Totals 249
Received into Full Communion 460
First Communions 2,068
Confirmations 2,045
Marriages
Catholic     276
Interfaith     163
Deaths  1,175
Total Catholic Population      170,924
Total Population in 17-county area of diocese   2,051,250

The Diocese of St. Augustine encompasses 11,032 square miles east of the Apalachicola River.
The diocese was erected by Pope Pius IX into a Vicariate-Apostolic in the year 1857, and in 1870 into the Diocese of St. Augustine.

Counties Served:
 

Alachua Hamilton
Baker Lafayette
Bradford Levy
Clay Nassau
Columbia Putnam
Dixie St. Johns
Duval Suwannee
Flagler Union
Gilchrist