In his Message for the 24th World Day of the Sick, Pope Francis both acknowledges the difficulty of encountering sickness and reminds us of the opportunity it provides when he says faith in God during illness, “offers a key by which we can discover the deepest meaning of what we are experiencing.”
Passing on the Faith
Pope Francis reminds parents that the greatest legacy you can leave your children is the Faith, beginning with their baptism.Watch Video
God’s mercy is for all
In his recent audience, Pope Francis reminds us that no one is excluded from the mercy of God.Read More
Entering Mission Territory
Parishes throughout the Diocese of St. Augustine are hosting missions to prepare the faith community for Lent.Read More
Seventh grader, Evan Cope, was selected as the winner of an essay contest in honor of Catholic Schools Week 2016 at Assumption Catholic School in Jacksonville. The students were asked to write on the topic, “What does going to a Catholic school mean to you?” The purpose of the essay was to highlight the benefits of a Catholic education and how it can help prepare children for future success.
by Elena Castello
The Diocese of St. Augustine hosted something it’s never done before – an overnight high school youth at Camp Kulaqua in High Springs, Fla. About 200 youth representing 18 parishes came together Feb. 6-7 to break from the craziness of their everyday lives.