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To Most Holy Name Of Jesus

 

 “Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament has His hands full of graces, and He is ready to bestow them on anyone who asks for them.” (St. Peter of Alcantara).  Oh, come let us adore Him!   

 

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Mass Times

Mass schedule:

Saturday: Vigil Mass 4:30 pm
Sunday:
8:00 am,
10 am,
12 pm (Spanish Mass)

Monday – Friday: 8 am
Friday: private Eucharistic Adoration 9.00 am – 2:00 pm
Saturday: 9 am
All the Masses are held in the Church

Chapel is open for private prayer Monday-Thursday 9.00 am - 2.00 pm
Please keep "social distancing" as advised by CDC


Appointments for Confession are available upon request on Wednesday and Friday

Meditating with Fr. Frank

Easter Greetings!

Pastoral Communications – Fr. Frank   Alleluia, the LORD is Risen!  

Beloved Parishioners

 

May the Peace and Joy of our Risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ be with ... Read More »

Pastoral Communication from Fr. Frank

Beloved Parishioners, 

 

Happy New Year 2021 

 

It is with great joy to report to you ... Read More »

HAPPY ADVENT!

 

As we embrace this Holy Season of Advent, it is important to remind ... Read More »

News in our parish

Stations of the Cross

We are glad to inform you that starting March 27th we are resuming Stations ... Read More »

Housing Choice Voucher Program Opening

Do you or someone you know struggle with rent? This may be a solution. 

... Read More »

Bishop Gregory Parkes about Plenary Indulgences

DIOCESE OF ST. PETERSBURGOffice of the Bishop

December 10, 2020

Dear Brothers and Sisters ... Read More »

Office Hours

The office is working on a limited schedule. Please call before visiting.
Call our office: 727-347-9989
You can also reach us via email:
[email protected]

Events

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Blog Summary

The Solemnity of Saint Joseph

On March 19th we celebrate the Solemnity of Saint Joseph.  The 19th of March ... Read More »

Why  do priests wear a  Roman collar?

 The practice of priests wearing the Roman collar developed in the mid-nineteenth century as ... Read More »

Ash Wednesday What’s with that dirt on your head?

What’s with that dirt on your head?  Who hasn’t gotten that question on Ash ... Read More »

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