Today is the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God. We look forward to seeing you at Mass on this first day of 2020 (a holy day of obligation) to celebrate the Blessed Virgin!
Palm Beach Physicians Guild invites you to our First Saturday of Reflection and Renewal (R & R) for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals A series of First Saturday mini-retreats There will be an hour of exposition and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament as well as meditation and
There's still time to get your tickets! We welcome Christopher West and Mike Mangione to the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola in Palm Beach Gardens, on January 23, 2020, to present Made for More: Where do we come from and where are we going? These questions are DECISIVE for understanding
On this Feast of the Holy Family, reflect on the following: In your home, identify some reminders of God’s presence. What can you add to or change about your home to increase your awareness of God in your daily life?
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
Save the date! Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach, will preside at the celebration of the diocese’s 36th Annual Anniversary Masses for Married Couples who will be celebrating 25, 40, or 50 or more years of marriage in the calendar year 2020.
“The Catholic men’s rally is meant to bring people closer to Christ through prayer and fellowship,” said Jim Manhart, founder of Catholic Men for Jesus Christ Florida. “Sometimes you just need a spiritual shot in the arm and coming together for a day of inspiration will do just that.” About
Merry Christmas! We hope you enjoy our Televised Christmas Mass at the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola in Palm Beach Gardens with Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach, Very Reverend Thomas Barret, Rector of the Cathedral, Deacon John Beaudoin, Reverend Brian King, Episcopal
Christmas is one of the most important days of the Church year, second only to Easter itself. It is the feast of the incarnation, the feast of God becoming flesh (the Latin "in carne" means "enfleshment"). It is a uniquely Christian teaching, the Divine choosing to become one of us. Because of this