Lumen Christi Photographs

Photos from the 2019 Lumen Christi Scholarship Gala which was held on Friday, December 6, are available here

Catholic Men's Rally

This rally is open to all men. Guest speakers include Chris Stefanick, host of "Real Life Catholic" on EWTN and internationally renouned speaker and Jimmy Wahlberg, CEO of WahlST Productions, Director of "If Only" and other films on substance abuse.   This dynamic, free event also includes:

Immaculate Conception Prayer

Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

December 8th is the normal observance of the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, but as this also coincides with the Second Sunday of Advent, the Advent observance supersedes the observance of the Immaculate Conception. Sundays of Christmas, Easter, Advent and Lent, as special liturgical days

Young adults open hearts in adoration

Many young adults in the Diocese of Palm Beach have a desire for community and for an encounter with the divine. To meet this desire, St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach welcomed all young adults to its regular Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration with praise and worship on Nov. 21.

Lumen Christi Scholarship Gala Road Closure Information

Please note that there will be a road closure today on South Flagler Drive between Okeechobee Boulevard and Avila Road and Washington Road between Avila Road and Southern Boulevard between 6:00 PM with road rolling openings through 8:30 PM. Attached is a map of the area and here is a link to the

Living the Truth in Love - The Baptist Follows Mary

Remembrance Mass honors the faithful departed

In the liturgical calendar, the month of November is dedicated to remembering the faithful departed. Many parishes in the Diocese of Palm Beach organized special remembrance Masses, on or around the date of All Souls Day, for loved ones who have passed away. St. Peter Catholic Church in Jupiter

Faithful protest to stop expansion of Planned Parenthood

Pro-life groups, families and local church parishioners from the Diocese of Palm Beach flooded Port St. Lucie City Hall on Nov. 25. Their mission was to peacefully protest the opening of a new Planned Parenthood facility in the area by presenting more than 3,000 signed petitions to the Port St.