The Office of Communications has created this page for parishes in the Diocese of St. Petersburg to find free and shareable content that helps to evangelize, inspire, and unite our community. Parishes of the Diocese of St. Petersburg have our approval to share any of the materials listed below on their website, social media, bulletin, and other parish communication channels. If you have questions about any materials found on this page, please email (Please note: Local photos of your parish and parishioners typically obtain the most engagement on a parish social media account and other parish communication channels. However, this content can also support your efforts.)

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Month of the Sacred Heart

June is recognized as the Month of the Sacred Heart. We invite you to grow closer to Jesus this month and to contemplate the infinite love He has for us.


Vote No On Amendment 4

An extremely grave amendment has been placed on the November 2024 ballot that seeks to erase pro-life protections by inserting language into the Florida Constitution prohibiting regulation of abortion. The amendment would allow late-term abortions, and would eliminate laws requiring parental consent and safety protocols for women. The Catholic Church across the state of Florida is urging all Florida Catholics and people of good will to vote “no” on Amendment 4. To learn more, visit

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June 1 – St. Justin Martyr

St. Justin was an early Christian who converted to the faith and spent his adult life teaching and writing about the truth of Christianity. After refusing to sacrifice to pagan gods, he was martyred for the faith. Like St. Justin, may we be courageous in the midst of our trials and strive to lead others to Christ.

St. Justin Martyr, pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

June 2 – Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Jesus (Corpus Christi Sunday)

Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Jesus. May we always remember that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist and that we see the depth of Christ’s love for us every time we go to Mass.

June 5 – St. Boniface

Today we remember St. Boniface, a man who cared deeply for the poor and was tasked with helping to reform the Church in desperate areas. While preparing converts for the sacrament of confirmation, he and his companions were killed. Like him, let us strive to follow Christ in all things.

St. Boniface, pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

June 7 – Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Today is the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus! Sacred Heart of Jesus, our peace and reconciliation, have mercy on us! ✝️

June 8 – Memorial of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary

As we celebrate the Immaculate Heart of Mary, let us allow her to be our refuge and path to Christ. As Mother of us all, she will never lead us astray.

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints #HailMary

June 13 – St. Anthony of Padua

St. Anthony of Padua was a Franciscan priest well-known for his teaching and dedication to prayer and Scripture. While he is known as the Saint to invoke for finding lost items, may we also look to him as an example of passion for the Word of God.

St. Anthony of Padua, pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

June 16 – Father’s Day

We give thanks in a special way today for all of our fathers, father-figures, and spiritual fathers. May God guide these men to be examples for all of us.

#CourageouslyLiving #FathersDay

June 21 – St. Aloysius Gonzaga

St. Aloysius determined to follow his vocation to be a priest despite opposition from those around him, not desiring the luxuries of the world. He devoted his time to serving the sick during a plague and died at 23 from the disease of those he served. Let us remember to make God’s will for us our priority and to recognize Jesus in the face of the poor and sick.

St. Aloysius, pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

June 22 – St. Thomas More

Today we celebrate St. Thomas More who stood firm and refused to say that the King of England was the head of the Catholic Church. May we have the same conviction for the truth.

St. Thomas More, pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

June 24 – Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist

Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist who paved the way for Jesus!

St. John the Baptist, pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

June 24 – 29 – Good Samaritan Project

Please pray for all the middle and high school teens gathered from across our Diocese for the Good Samaritan Project this week. This program leads young people to serve, pray, and have fun together for the betterment of our community and the Glory of God. 


June 26 – Bishop Gregory Parkes’ 25th Anniversary of Priesthood Ordination

Happy Anniversary of Your Ordination to the Priesthood, Bishop Parkes! Bishop Parkes was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Orlando by Bishop Norbert Dorsey on June 26, 1999.


June 29 – Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles

Today is the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, Apostles! This feast marks their martyrdom, described in the Roman Missal as “the principal pillars of the Church founded by Christ.”

Sts. Peter and Paul, Pray for us! 🙏🏼

#CourageouslyLiving #CourageousSaints

Other Content

Catholic Ministry Appeal

Click here to find materials that have been designed to assist parishes in promoting, educating and spreading the word about the 2024 Catholic Ministry Appeal. Throughout the year, more resources will be added, updated and shared with parishes.

National Eucharistic Revival

Click here to find photos, graphics and logos to promote the National Eucharistic Revival, an initiative of the bishops of the United States to renew our devotion and belief in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. 

Pastoral Bulletin

Click here to find announcements, graphics and information from our diocesan ministries and our parishes, schools and diocesan entities.

Vote No On Amendment 4

Click here to find communication resources to educate parishioners about this dangerous and misleading amendment.