Faith through Fiction: Flannery O’Connor

January 11, 2022

George Doyle, Echo apprentice serving St. Joseph Parish, is providing a new Adult Faith Formation series based on the short stories of Flannery O’Connor for… Read More

St. Paul Catholic School in Riverside Wins Early Learning Award

January 11, 2022

St. Paul Catholic School in Riverside was named third-place winner of the Family Engagement Contest held recently by the Early Learning Coalition (ELC) of Duval. Read More

EverMore in Love

January 7, 2022

Being in love is not a stage to grow out of, but a spirituality to grow into. With a new weekend immersion retreat for couples,… Read More

16th Annual March for Life St. Augustine

January 4, 2022

For the 16th consecutive year, people from across the diocese, state and country will gather to peacefully rally on behalf of those who cannot do… Read More

Well Done, Good and Faithful Servant

January 4, 2022

In the photo above, Msgr. Logan is pictured circa 1995. (photo by Kelly La Duke) Msgr. Daniel B. Logan, a senior priest and leader of… Read More

Kentucky parishioners ride out tornado in church praying the rosary

January 3, 2022

Jenny and Bill Rush and other parishioners at Sts. Peter and Paul Church In Hopkinsville, Kentucky, were nearly finished praying the rosary after an early… Read More

Colorado family finds hope in Mary statue largely untouched by wildfire

January 3, 2022

Amid the smoldering ashes of his family’s recently remodeled Louisville, Colorado, home that was destroyed by a Dec. 30 wildfire, Tom Greany found hope in… Read More

With foreign donation license denied, Missionaries of Charity ration food

January 3, 2022

KOLKATA, India (CNS) — Since Christmas, the Missionaries of Charity have been strictly rationing the food and daily use items for their regular 600 beneficiaries… Read More

Wearing a mask at Mass is a small sacrifice pleasing to God, priest says

January 3, 2022

ROME (CNS) — Wearing a high-filtering mask over one’s nose and mouth at Mass “is a small sacrifice we can bring to the altar as… Read More

Southern Italian diocese temporarily bans naming of godparents

January 3, 2022

A second diocese in Sicily, where the Mafia has had a significant presence for decades, announced a temporary ban on the naming of godparents for… Read More