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Remembering The Sacrificial Love of Jesus

Ash Wednesday, which begins the Season of Lent, will be observed this year on February 14. As the nation celebrates love on this day, Catholics can reflect more deeply on the sacrificial love of Jesus that led to his dying on the Cross on Good Friday for the forgiveness of sins. During the Lenten Season… Read More

USCCB President Calls for Courage and Commitment on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

WASHINGTON— The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, has issued the following statement in relation to the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Cardinal DiNardo’s full statement follows: “In recent years—including last summer in Charlottesville—we have glimpsed an appalling truth that lurks beneath the surface of our… Read More

Help Welcome Refugees by Making a Hope Kit

Catholic Charities is helping to resettle refugees in our community. When refugees families and individuals arrive in the United States, they have very few possessions to their name. That is when Catholic Charities, Diocese of St. Petersburg steps in. From the moment refugees arrive at the airport, Catholic Charities is there to guide them toward becoming… Read More

8th Annual Tampa Bay Men’s Conference

Calling All Men – want to be inspired, reinvigorated, and uplifted? Does your faith life need a boost? Join over a thousand other Catholic men, at all levels of faith, from parishes throughout the diocese as they gather to revitalize their spirits at the Suncoast Catholic Ministries’ 8th Annual Tampa Bay Men’s Conference on February 10, 2018! The… Read More

January is Poverty Awareness Month

Each January, Catholic Campaign for Human Development, the U.S. Bishop’s anti-poverty program, provides resources to help Catholics live in solidarity with the poor. Liturgical and practical resources in both English and Spanish can be found here. These include bulletin announcements, prayers of the faithful, ideas for parish activities, reflections on the readings, and a calendar… Read More