Bishop Felipe Estévez
The tenth Bishop of the Diocese of St. Augustine
150th Anniversary Celebration
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This year the Diocese of St. Augustine celebrates 150th anniversary as a diocese in the state of Florida. For more information on this year’s celebration, click here.
The theme for this year’s Congress is “So They They May All Be One: Celebrating Our Catholic Unity in Diversity.” The event will be held at the Prime Osborn Center in Jacksonville on May 15-16, 2020. For more information, click here.
Welcome to the Catholic Church! If you are visiting one of our churches for a weekend Mass, a wedding, funeral, baptism or any other reason and would like to learn more about the church and what it teaches, then you’ve come to the right place. With you in mind, we’ve put together some facts and information about the Catholic Church through our Catholicism 101 page, click here to get started.
Whether you’re visiting from out of town or are looking for your new soon-to-be home parish, check out our directory of more than 60 parishes, missions and chapels in the Diocese of St. Augustine. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Choosing the right education for your children is one of the most challenging things a parent must face. In the Catholic schools of the Diocese of St. Augustine you can rest assured your children will receive an authentically Catholic formation, a first-class education and a future with endless possibilities.
The Tribunal of the Diocese of St. Augustine is the court designated to investigate marriages (and other cases) that fall within its competence.
To learn more about the annulment process, click here.
Congratulations! Engagement is an exciting time and we’re grateful for the opportunity to assist your preparation for the sacrament with pre-marital courses, relationship inventories, and more.
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The Safe Environment Program for the Diocese of St. Augustine has been in place in one form or another since 1998. All elements of our program are required by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, and the essential norms deriving from the Charter. The essential norms, having received the recognition of the Holy See, are particular law in the dioceses of the United States.
For more information, click here.
To report abuse, please contact our victim advocate, Tina Nugent at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Florida Abuse Hotline at:
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The St. Augustine Catholic
In this issue the Diocese of St. Augustine kicks off the celebration of it’s 150th anniversary as a diocese, dating back to 1870.