2018 Press Releases

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Chrism Mass: He's Two Thousand Years Old

Read Bishop Barbarito's column.

Living the Truth in Love: You Are in Me and I Am in You

Read Bishop Barbarito's column.

Diocese Shares Information on Holy Week Schedules and Televised Events -- Local, National and International

This includes the public schedules of Pope Francis, Bishop Barbarito and at our Cathedral

Diocese of Palm Beach to Air Hour-Long Catholic Mass on Easter Sunday

(View Information about Easter Mass Schedules in the Diocese of Palm Beach and from Rome)   The Diocese of Palm Beach will broadcast its Catholic Easter Mass on Easter Sunday morning, April 1, for the benefit of the community and especially for those who are sick, homebound and unable to

Living the Truth in Love: Pause, See, Return

Read Bishop Barbarito's column.

Living the Truth in Love: The Truth Will Set You Free

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Diocese of Palm Beach and Brothers of the Christian Schools Sign Covenant for Local Catholic High School to Join Lasallian Education Network

This morning during a special Mass to celebrate Catholic Schools Week at its high school Saint John Paul II Academy in Boca Raton, the Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach and the Brothers of the Christian Schools signed a Covenant which strengthens the school’s affiliation with Lasallian education and

Diocese & Floridians Pray for an End to the Use of the Death Penalty; Bishops Urge Gov. Scott to Spare the Life of Eric Branch

All are invited to attend this prayer vigil.

Read the Statement from Bishop Gerald Barbarito on the Tragic Shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

"As a diocesan family, we extend our heartfelt compassion."

Catholic Diocese Releases “Insider” Photos as the Vatican Begins its Investigation into the Cause for Sainthood of Blessed Titus Brandsma

A Vatican office has officially started its review of an alleged miraculous healing that occurred locally to a Carmelite priest in the Diocese of Palm Beach and could possibly lead to the canonization and sainthood of Blessed Titus Brandsma. The Diocese of Palm Beach spent a year and a half