By Tonia Borsellino
Fiat. The word resonated through the halls of Bishop Kenny High School on Saturday, Nov. 21 in Jacksonville as more than 500 people attended the Fiat Festival.
In the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis says the doors of churches around the world represent the “great door of God’s mercy.”Read More
Pope Francis encourages a greater attention to our brothers and sisters whose health is impacted by pollution.Read More
The U.S. Bishops approved a statement on pornography on the second day of their fall general meeting in Baltimore.Read More
By Catholic News Service
The head of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Migration said he was disturbed by calls from federal and state officials for an end to the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States.
Unburied Treasure of St. Augustine – Sacred Vessels on loan from Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Four religious objects made of silver hollowware, dating back to as early as the 1600s, are now on exhibit at the Mission Nombre de Dios Museum, 27 Ocean Avenue in St. Augustine. These items may well be among the earliest items used for Christian worship surviving in the United States and they are coming home to St. Augustine after a 135-year absence.