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Dr. Scott Hahn inspires faithful to take charge of their Lenten season

“The scripture found in Matthew 28 is the risen Lord’s marching orders to the apostles as he commands them to go and make disciples of all nations,” said Dr. Scott Hahn at his Lenten lecture, Feb. 19 at the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola. “It’s also where we find our job descriptions, as

Thousands of hand sanitizers donate to local parish

Although the pandemic has limited activities for many church groups with community outreach focuses, the Knights of Columbus Council 11241 of Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Boca Raton has taken this challenging time as an opportunity to adapted to their community’s needs. “We are a real working

Dedicated to Jesus in virginity: Simi Sahu enters order of virgins living in the world

Dressed in a flowing gown of white lace, Simi Sahu approached the beautifully decorated sanctuary of the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola, Feb. 11, 2021, ready to be consecrated to a life of virginity for women living in the world. Bishop Gerald M. Barbarito addressed the young woman with three

Students put philanthropy tank dollars into teaching critical problem solving

In April of 2020, three students—now graduates—from St. Vincent Ferrer School in Delray Beach were awarded 13,500 from Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank to fund the implementation of an Idea Lab at Hope Rural School in Indiantown. The Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank encourages students to identify

St. Joan of Arc Catholic School students write thank you notes to front-line workers

Thank you to WPTV for the coverage of this amazing work by our St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church & School students!  Click here to read how these thoughtful students worked to support the staff at JFK Medical.

To Have, To Hold, To Honor: Couples celebrate National Marriage Week with milestone anniversaries

Austin and Ashley Lee have only just reached their second-year anniversary but, they have already gathered valuable wisdom as a newly married couple of St. Therese De Lisieux Parish in Wellington. “Listen to each other even when you have a different perspective on things,” said Ashley. “It’s

A Gift Which Comes from on High: Faithful called to pray for, answer call to consecrated life

When Pope St. John Paull II instituted the World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life, he established three clear reasons why he was doing so. Firstly, to give thanks and praise to God for the gift that consecrated life is to the Church. The fact that men and women choose to consecrate their lives

February Joy of the Family E-Newsletter

A Retreat is Not a Vacation:

Local seminarian reflects on the Annual Seminarian Retreat at St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary, Jan. 10-16 By Marc Gustinelli, special to the Florida Catholic As I left the parish where I am assigned, St. Ann Church in West Palm Beach, many parishioners and people told me, “Enjoy your

“Jesus, Protect and Save the Unborn Babies”

Faithful throughout diocese stand for life on anniversary of Roe v. Wade In the Catholic Church in the United States, Jan. 22 is designated as a particular day of prayer and penance, called the “Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children.” This day is also the 48th anniversary of