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Special Mass & Jubilee Celebration for the Religious

Join us on May 18, at 4:30 p.m., at the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola, for a special Mass, at the annual Jubilee Celebration for Religious, in the Diocese of Palm Beach. This is a celebration of the Profession of Vows for Religious.  Everyone is invited to attend this liturgy with Bishop

Thank you to Bishop Barbarito for sharing the following information with us about the upcoming hurricane season:

“The beginning of June brings with it another hurricane season.  We pray that we will continue to be blessed with no major storms in our area, but we must continue to pray for a continuation of this blessing.  We also pray in thanksgiving for the safety we have experienced in past seasons. I

President of U.S. Bishops and Chairman of Migration Issue Statement on President’s Proposed Immigration Reform Plan

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St. John Fisher Catholic Church

St. John Fisher Parish in West Palm Beach was founded on August 23, 1963. An announcement was placed in The Voice that a new parish had been established in West Palm Beach by Bishop Coleman F. Carroll. Father Leslie Cann was named the first pastor on August 30, 1963. His challenge was to find a

Vietnamese image of Blessed Mother honored at festival

Our Lady of La Vang, patroness of Vietnam, was at the center of this year’s Diocesan Marian Rosary Festival. The festival drew a beautiful mix of people with a common love for Mary, the mother of all. Emmanuel Parish in Delray Beach hosted the festival, and attendees arrived early with rosary

Pope Francis Names the Most Reverend Peter Baldacchino as Bishop of Las Cruces

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Formation graduate applies new-found knowledge to spiritual life

Students in the School of Christian Formation will graduate on Tuesday, May 14 after dedicating three years to the religious education program. The students, who are adults from various parishes throughout the Diocese of Palm Beach, will celebrate their graduation with a Mass presided by Bishop

Bishop Barbarito's Mothers Day Message

"We give thanks to God for the gift of our mothers as well as for all mothers. Mothers truly are a reflection of God’s caring love for each of us as they support us in what is essential in life. We give thanks to God for the gift of His Mother, Mary, who is ever with us in every aspect of our lives.

Community nurses provide respite for the weary

Ann Sodders, a registered nurse with 37 years of experience, wholehearted believes that when it comes to the sick in our faith community, spiritual nurturing goes hand-in-hand with physical healing. As organizer of the Diocese of Palm Beach Catholic Charities respite program, Sodders also recognizes