Do Good Unto Others, Ditch Digital Addictions for Lent

March 4, 2022

Pope’s Lenten Message 2022 By Carol Glatz/Catholic News Service In the photo above, people use smartphones in New York City Feb. 11, 2022. (CNS photo/Andrew… Read More

14th Annual “Shoot for the Stars” Golf Tournament

March 3, 2022

“Shoot for the stars” and raise funds for Morning Star Catholic School at their 14th Annual Shoot for the Stars Golf Tournament. The tournament is… Read More

Emergency Relief for Ukrainians

March 2, 2022

By Catholic Relief Services Your help is needed in Ukraine where there are already more than 2.9 million people in need of assistance. There is… Read More

Ukrainian Catholic priest in Florida asks for prayers for his homeland

March 1, 2022

By Jean Gonzalez While an annual three-day festival was slated for Feb. 25-27 at St. Mary Protectress Ukrainian Catholic Church in Apopka, it was canceled. Read More

U.S. Bishops Respond to Misleading Claims and News Reports on Migration

February 28, 2022

In the photo above, a volunteer with a Catholic Charities’ Humanitarian Respite Center leads a group of Central American refugees to their center in McAllen,… Read More

Prayers for Ukraine

February 25, 2022

Bishop Felipe Estévez is calling on the people of the Diocese of St. Augustine to join Pope Francis’ call to a day of prayer and… Read More

Archbishop of Miami Celebrates St. Michael Parish 150th Anniversary

February 24, 2022

On Sunday, Feb. 20, Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami traveled to the northern side of the Diocese of St. Augustine to celebrate the 150th anniversary… Read More

Fla. governor, archbishop at odds over efforts to shutter shelters for unaccompanied minors

February 22, 2022

By Ana Rodriguez-Soto/Florida Catholic Media It’s a battle of propaganda versus facts, political posturing versus legal logic, Church versus state — with at-risk children in… Read More

Standing Up for the Dignity of All Human Life

February 14, 2022

Join Bishop Felipe Estévez for an exclusive online workshop regarding the church’s stance on the death penalty. George Doyle This three-week course begins Monday, March… Read More

Catholic Charities and Students Unite to Fight Hunger

February 8, 2022

(From left) Deacon Scott Conway, superintendent of schools, with kindergarten through eighth-grade students from St. Joseph Catholic School in Jacksonville, and Rebecca Aleman, director of… Read More