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Mary’s Home aims to ‘end generational poverty'

Donna Gardner, mental health counselor and former coordinator of Healing Ministries in the Diocese of Palm Beach Respect Life Office, recently took on the role of executive director for Mary’s Home in Stuart. Gardner brings with her a seasoned background in post-abortion healing ministry, after

Baby Jesus returned home to local parish

Shortly after the installation and blessing of the new life-sized crèche at St. Lucy Catholic Church in Highland Beach, reports were made that the statue of baby Jesus went missing on New Year’s Day. Thankfully, the statue has been returned to its home parish without damage. St. Lucy Parish

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Communications director earns crisis communications certificate

The Diocese of Palm Beach continues to evolve with the ever-changing field of communications and crisis management. In order to maintain the best practices for public response and action during a crisis, Jennifer Trefelner, the Director of Communications, Marketing and Social Media for the Diocese

EWTN Pro-Life Coverage!

Every year, EWTN Global Catholic Network offers the most extensive coverage of pro-life events from around the country!  This year is no different. From Washington D.C. to Los Angeles to San Francisco, EWTN will be there with engaging, live coverage of these important events. Below is a list of some

Roe v. Wade statement

Florida’s Catholic bishops have released a joint statement in somber recognition of the 47th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. In Catholic dioceses in the U.S., January 22 is designated a Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children. Attached is

Our Lady of Fatima visits South Florida Fair

Charlene and Thomas Sherry, parishioners of the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola in Palm Beach Gardens, have organized the display of a life-sized statue of Our Lady of Fatima at the South Florida Fair. The statue, which the couple own and care for, is a hand-carved creation from Fatima that was

Televised Christmas Mass reaches thousands

The Diocese of Palm Beach is delighted to report that the Televised Christmas Mass, which aired on WPEC, WPTV and CW34, reached a combined 111,040 viewers on Christmas morning. Through the promotion of the Televised Christmas Mass on Facebook, an additional 3,976 people were reached through the

U.S. Bishops’ Religious Liberty Chairman Offers Reflection on Religious Freedom Day