The Guardian Catholic Schools – St. Pius and Holy Rosary – collected Ramen Noodles to donate to Catholic Charities’ Food Pantry as part of Catholic Schools Week, Jan.31 to Feb. 5.
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
by Elena Castello
The church was packed Jan. 29 when the Minnesotan priest began his talk. Instantly St. Augustine Church in Gainesville erupted into laughter as a crowd of students from Florida listened to Father Mike Schmitz. The event, called “Witnesses of Faith and Champions of Truth,” along with Friday Night Fever, left the University of Florida campus on fire for Christ.
Catholic Schools Week 2016 will be observed in the Diocese of St. Augustine and around the country, January 31-February 6. This year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service,” focuses on the important faith-building, academic and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education.