Close to 200 people gathered for the Marian Congress at the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle.
“If you really know Jesus, it will change your life,” said Sister Briege McKenna, OSC.
All are invited to attend the 4th Annual Marian Congress on May 14th.
The new Catholic Ministry Appeal hit a major milestone: gifts totaled more than the $7.1 million goal.
Access to general healthcare for the family can be challenging for many people.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tampa hosted over 150 military-connected Catholic women.
We pray that states will again be able to protect women and children from the injustice of abortion.
Catholics with disabilities have a right to participate in the sacraments as fully as other members.
Parish leaders from across the Diocese gathered for one purpose: growing the Church.
Milosz has been accepted to the Pinellas County Center for the Arts as their first Autistic piano major.
The Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle hosted the Altar Server Appreciation Mass on March 27th.
It’s an image taken during Mass in Brandon, Fl that’s uniting thousands in prayers and bringing hope.
While walking the halls of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Dade City, you will encounter a Wall of Honor.
Every seat in the church was taken when Bishop Gregory Parkes dedicated the church’s new altar.
The Sisters of the Holy Names established the school in 1896 after converting a cigar factory.
Carrie Gress encourages families to take the opportunity to remove extra clutter from the home.
More than 700 people gathered at the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle for the Rite of Election.
An interview with Spirit FM Station Manager John Morris and Avery Bellamy of Catholic Charities
The Diocese of St. Petersburg has a wonderful opportunity for children ages 7-15 to attend Good Counsel Camp in Floral City.
Steven Valentine was leading a typical college life when he was invited to attend a Catholic retreat.
Lorena Gutierrez and her family would travel across the state of Florida for employment.
Having trouble figuring out what to give up for Lent? Well, that’s not a problem at Christ the King.
Over the past few weekends, parishes across the Diocese have held their first Commitment Weekends for the inaugural Catholic Ministry Appeal.
USF students were asked to share their joys and sorrows about the Catholic church.
Sophie Robertson has always felt something guiding her life’s journey.