Renewing an ancient European tradition that dates to the 13th century, the parishioners of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Augustine will hold their annual Corpus Christi Procession this Sunday, June 7. It will begin following a Solemn Mass at 11 a.m. Rev. Thomas Willis, rector of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Augustine will be the principal celebrant and homilist for the Mass and the procession.
Sharing the Road with Christ
Are you ready to follow 2 priests and 3 seminarians on a 1,400-mile bike pilgrimage to promote priestly vocations?Read More
A Courageous Church
During his homily on May 15 Pope Francis stated that fear is not the attitude of a Christian, “but of one behind bars.”Read More
May is the Month of Mary
Mary deserves special attention here in the United States where we are under the patronage of the Immaculate Conception.Read More
HB 633 by Rep. Jennifer Sullivan (R-Eustis) received final passage in the Florida House and Senate during the legislative session. The Senate companion bill was filed by Senator Anitere Flores (R-Miami). HB 633 was sent to Governor Rick Scott on May 27. The governor has until June 10 to either sign the bill or veto it, or he can let the measure become law without taking action. Please urge Governor Scott to sign this bill into law.
By Anne McGuire
In the midst of the many attacks on human life these days, we are called to help establish a “culture of life” that has at its heart the understanding that each of us is deeply loved by God, created to be with him, and offered redemption through Christ’s death and Resurrection. We can vote in a way consistent with respect for life, take part in Respect Life Month observances each October, and participate in events like the March for Life each January. But is there anything else we can do?