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  • The Pope extends Lauretan Jubilee, to December 2021
    Source: Vatican NewsPublished on 2020-08-15




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  • Catholic Schools ready to open
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-08-13

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  • The Pope extends Lauretan Jubilee, to December 2021
    Source: Vatican NewsPublished on 2020-08-15

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  • Pandemic causes crisis for victims of human trafficking
    Bonita Springs  |  The worst nightmare of a human being who who has been trafficked is the possibility of getting caught in that dark world once again. Rescue, stability and confidence allow these victims to transition into a productive life of self-sufficiency free from fear. Add the COVID-19 pandemic into ... read more
    Source: Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-22
  • Bishop Verot graduates outdoors
    Fort Myers  |  The 55th commencement exercises of Bishop Verot Catholic High School in Fort Myers may have been more spread out than normal July 18, 2020, but a delay of two months did little to spoil the significance the day meant for both the graduates and their proud families. ... read more
    Source: Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-22
  • Bishop Verot graduates outdoors
    The 55th Commencement Exercises of Bishop Verot Catholic High School in Fort Myers may have been more spread out than normal on July 18, 2020, but a delay of two months did little to spoil the significance the day meant for both the graduates and their proud families. Entering ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-20
  • Catholic Schools planning for reopening
    As the 2020-2021 academic year fast approaches, planning is taking place at all levels of the Diocese of Venice to ensure that Catholic schools open in August. Everything is being done to ensure the health of all students, as well as of the faculty and staff. The complexities of this ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-20
  • Pandemic causes crisis for victims of human trafficking
    The worst nightmare of a human being who has been trafficked is of the possibility of getting caught in that dark world once again. Rescue, stability and confidence allow these victims to transition into a productive life of self-sufficiency free from fear. Add the COVID-19 Pandemic into the mix and ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-20
  • Benefactor of Catholic Education dies
    Leslie S. “Mitzi” Magin, a longtime supporter of the Catholic Church and particularly for Catholic Education in Collier County died July 13, 2020. Throughout her 87 years her support was manifested in a myriad of ways. Known for her generosity and colorful outfits, Magin was born in Chicago but ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-20
  • Bishop celebrates milestones
    There are two dates in July which hold a special place in the heart of Bishop Frank J. Dewane, July 16 and July 25. July 16, the Feast Day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, is the day in which he received the Sacrament of Holy Orders 32 years ago ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-20
  • News briefs for week of July 20 2020
    Mary statue stolen from Sebring Parish A statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary was stolen from St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Sebring on Monday, July 13, 2020. It is not known why the statue was stolen, but the Church is asking for its return, or information of ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-20
  • Notes of encouragement sent to nursing home residents
    Bradenton  |  At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and its corresponding isolation of nursing home residents, one woman at Sts. Peter and Paul the Apostles Parish in Bradenton knew she had to act. “We are here on this earth to help each other,” explained Kathe Hughes, who tries to ... read more
    Source: Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-15
  • Naples Parish shows gratitude to pandemic heroes
    Naples  |  Priests, doctors, nurses, grocery store clerks and so many others have stepped-up to put their own safety on the line during the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have asked how they can show their gratitude and appreciation for these pandemic heroes for their compassion, devotion and ... read more
    Source: Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-15
  • Prayer, formation, fun at summer program
    Wauchula  |  The sounds of a few dozen girls praying together in Church had been missing for the past few months at St. Michael Parish in Wauchula.  The Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matara — SSVM — women religious who serve at the Parish were determined to ... read more
    Source: Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-15
  • New Superintendent meets Principals
    Shares vision about building Catholic School Culture The mission of the Catholic Church, and by extension its Catholic Schools, is to introduce the world to its Savior. This mission concept favorite declaration of Cardinal Francis George, the late Archbishop of Chicago and shared by Father John Belmonte, a Jesuit and ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-14
  • Prayer, formation, fun at summer program
    The sounds of a few dozen girls praying together in Church had been missing for the past few months at St. Michael Parish in Wauchula. The Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matara (SSVM), women religious who serve at the Parish, were determined to change that by organizing ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-14
  • Notes of encouragement sent to nursing home residents
    At the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and its corresponding isolation of nursing home residents, one woman at Ss. Peter and Paul the Apostles Parish in Bradenton knew she had to act. “We are here on this earth to help each other,” explained Kathe Hughes, who tries to live ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-14
  • Naples Parish shows gratitude to Pandemic Heroes
    Priests, doctors, nurses, grocery store clerks and so many others have stepped-up to put their own safety on the line during the ongoing response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Many have asked how they can show their gratitude and appreciation for these Pandemic Heroes for their compassion, devotion and service ... read more
    Source: Bob Reddy Florida CatholicPublished on 2020-07-14
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