Veterans Day

Each year on November 11, we in the United States observe Veterans Day and remember all those who have served our country in times of war. Among those veterans are our military chaplains. Five military chaplains, all of them Catholics, have received the Medal of Honor since the Civil War. Two of

White Mass on 11/9/19 at St. Ann Church

The Annual White Mass is named for the white garb traditionally worn by physicians, honoring God, under the patronage of St. Luke, Physician and Evangelist, for the gift of the healing profession of medicine, a way in which Christ's Work continues upon the Earth.  The Mass is offered to ask God's

Living the Truth in Love - I Dwell Among the People

Parish study program inspires ‘a new evangelization’ for the Mass

Father George E. Richard II, pastor of St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Fort Pierce, welcomed 170 parishioners to the third week of a seven-week study program on the Mass on Sept. 22. As people gathered to begin class that evening, he joined in with the group’s enthusiasm for the faith with the

Rosary rallies held on anniversary of ‘Miracle of the Sun’

On the feast day of the Miracle of the Sun (Oct. 13), St. Bernadette, St. Lucie, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, St. Joseph and Holy Family parishes joined together to publicly pray the rosary on Port St. Lucie Boulevard. The Miracle of the Sun, which occurred on Oct. 13, 1917 in Fatima, Portugal, was

Prayer for Vocations

In honor of National Vocations Awareness Week, please take a moment to say this prayer below, for all men and women who are considering a religious life.

National Vocation Awareness Week Events

November 3 - 9 is National Vocation Awareness Week. There are several opportunities in November for those who are thinking about religious life in the area: Fiat Fest Nov. 4, 6:00-9:00 p.m. St. Helen Church, 2085 Tallahassee Ave, Vero Beach In honor of National Vocation Awareness Week, all

Something Greater Food Packing Event

The Diocese of Palm Beach Office of Catholic Schools and the school employees are honored to support Cross Catholic Outreach and live their mission to be truly Something Greater. On January 17, 2020, school teachers and administrators from the diocese’s 17 schools will help pack 120,000

Altar servers called to celebrate National Vocations Week

Youth and young adults from throughout the Diocese of Palm Beach filled the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola to overflowing on Oct. 26 for the Altar Server Mass organized by the diocese’s Office of Vocations. Any youth or young adult trained as an altar server was invited to the Mass in