Journey to the Heart of Faith

Journey to the Heart of Faith

July 12th, 2024

Local Catholics Prepare for the National Eucharistic Congress More than one hundred people from the Diocese of St. Augustine are eagerly preparing to join Catholics from across the nation at the much-anticipated five-day National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, from July 17-21. The church has dedicated the past three years to reconsecrating the hearts of the […]

Join the Fun with Blessed CarloAcutis & St. Benedict the Moor!

July 8th, 2024

Mark your calendars for Saturday, Aug. 3, at St. Benedict the Moor Mission Church, 86 Martin Luther King Ave. in historic St. Augustine. The Cathedral Parish is hosting a special Day for Youth as the faith community anticipates the canonization of Blessed Carlo Acutis, the first 21st-century saint, and honors him with a first-class relic! […]

Join Us in Prayer for the Five First Saturdays for Life

July 2nd, 2024

The Diocese of St. Augustine warmly invites Catholics and members of the community to participate in the Five First Saturdays for Life to Defeat Amendment 4. Gatherings will take place at the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mission Nombre de Dios in St. Augustine and the Santa Fe Shrine of Our […]

Catholic Charities Welcomes Eileen Seuter as New Regional Director

July 2nd, 2024

Eileen Seuter has been appointed Catholic Charities Regional Director of its Jacksonville office. She will oversee planning, organization and direction of operations and programs in Duval, Clay, Nassau and Baker counties, serving thousands of individuals in need annually. Seuter brings more than 30 years of nonprofit experience, working with vulnerable populations in foster care, substance […]

Join the National Eucharistic Congress from Home!

July 2nd, 2024

By Erin McGeever The first National Eucharistic Congress in over half a century in the United States is July 17-21 in Indianapolis. While about 40,000 people will attend in person, most Catholics will participate from home. Here are some suggestions for engaging with the Congress remotely: Watch the Livestream: ETWN, a major sponsor, will share […]

Vote No on 4 Campaign Launches to Defeat The Deceptive and Extreme Amendment 4

July 1st, 2024

Tallahassee, FL – Today, Vote No On 4 Florida formally launched its multilingual campaign to defeat Amendment 4 on the upcoming November ballot with the unveiling of new websites in both English and Spanish and the rollout of its first campaign video entitled “Not What it Seems” which exposes the deceptive nature and extreme ramifications […]

Emergency Care for Women and their Preborn Children Affirmed by U.S. Bishops After Supreme Court Decision

June 28th, 2024

June 27, 2024  WASHINGTON – “The Catholic faith and Catholic hospitals unequivocally allow for procedures that are necessary to save the life of a pregnant mother in a medical emergency, even when they tragically result in the unintended loss of her preborn child,” Bishop Michael F. Burbidge explained in addressing Thursday’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. […]

Vacation Bible School (VBS) at St. William Parish

June 20th, 2024

Eighteen children experienced Christ’s loving care during the June Vacation Bible School (VBS) at St. William Parish in Keystone Heights. Kathryn Smersh, the director of religious education, shared that the event was a huge success. This year’s VBS provided a wonderful experience for all the participants, with a wide range of activities centered around the […]

Statement from Bishop Erik Pohlmeier  Regarding Unapproved Religious Orders and Fundraising Efforts

June 11th, 2024

It has come to our attention that an article has been circulating about the establishment of a new Carmelite monastery in High Springs, Fla., led by Sister Loretta-Maria of the Blessed Trinity and the Rosary. This monastery is described as an autonomous entity, independent of any diocese, and not under the direct oversight or approval […]

‘Jesus Thirsts’ Documentary in theaters puts Eucharist front and center in faith lives

May 30th, 2024

Jean Gonzalez of the Florida Catholic staff ORLANDO  |  After the first minute of “Jesus Thirsts: The Miracle of the Eucharist,” viewers witness a stark background with the words of the Gospel of John 6:51: “I am the living bread that came down from heaven; whoever eats this bread will live forever; and the bread […]

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