August 2019 Bulletin and Communication Announcements

The Office of Communications for the Diocese of Palm Beach thanks you for visiting the Bulletin Announcement page.  Below you will find documents and images to help you fill the pages of your bulletin with information from the Diocese and those entities it supports.   A. Expected information

Statement from Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito - Independence Day, 4th of July

We are blessed to be part of a great nation which celebrates its birth on July 4 through its 1776 Declaration of Independence proclaiming that all people are created equal and endowed by their Creator with the inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  On Independence Day, we

U.S. Bishop Chairmen Affirm SCOTUS Decision and Urge That All People Count and Should Be Included in Census

Read the USCCB article

Televised Catholic Mass, Viewer Comments

The televised Catholic Mass is a powerful ministry.  Thank you to those who support this far-reaching ministry and for sharing your feedback.  Please continue to share your thoughts with the Office of Communications at or 561-775-9561. To view our Masses, click on the

Catholic cemetery embraces every stage of life

Royal Palm Beach Forming neat rows at the entrance of Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery are 57 plain white wooden crosses, each one planted to represent one million babies lost to abortion. This memorial highlights the impact which the Roe v. Wade decision has had in the United States and honors

Religious Freedom Week

Ends on Saturday, June 29

St. Joseph Catholic Church

St. Joseph Parish began in 1916 when George Zarnits donated land on Cleveland Avenue for a church. The church received its name because the first Mass was celebrated on the feast day of St. Joseph. Founded as a mission, St. Joseph became a parish of the Diocese of St. Augustine in 1928 and

Listen to our Bishop on the radio, Friday, June 28, 11 a.m.

"You are going to want to tune in tomorrow at 11am for Treasures of Faith. Bishop Barbarito, Diocese of Palm Beach will be sharing with us his experience of being at the US Bishops meeting in Baltimore earlier this month. Following the Bishop we join our Apologetic Friday segment with Father

Catholic youth discover vibrancy of Latin Mass

Lantana Throughout the Diocese of Palm Beach, many Catholic youth and young adults seek out the traditional structure and reverence of the Latin Mass. Some might find it surprising that young people gravitate towards this form of the Mass since the Latin text of the Mass is printed according to

Conversation flows at ‘Theology on Tap’

Delray Beach   What do you get when you combine young adults, happy hour, and deep discussions about the Catholic faith? Theology on Tap. St. Vincent Ferrer Parish in Delray Beach recently launched this new initiative to engage young people in theology and fellowship. Reva Beckett, the