We welcome everyone back to the public celebration of the Mass on weekends here in the Diocese of St. Petersburg! Please know that it is still not necessary to be present at Mass each weekend if one does not feel comfortable in doing so. We want everyone to be safe!

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On behalf of our clergy, staff and pastoral ministers, I want everyone to know that we are thinking of you and praying for you at this very challenging time. We have posted information and resources on line.


Please know that by “praying and STAYING” at home, this pande...

Lent, we know, Is a time for prayer and almsgiving. The more we can take some time to pray at home, and invite others to do so, the more fruitful this holy season can be for us.

What a great opportunity we have with our parish community. We can be a part of daily Mass a...

As the Season of Lent continues, we want to remember the importance of prayer and penance in our preparation for Easter.

Reflection on the joys and sufferings of life can strengthen our faith in God. Troubles come to us all; but they help us to depend on God, whether we...

This is the First Sunday of Lent! We begin our spiritual journey toward Easter. It is a time of grace and renewal. Let’s all open our hearts to whatever God might intend for us throughout the forty days of Lent.

Also, you will notice that there are nomination forms avai...

This coming Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, which is the beginning of the Season of Lent. We know that Lent is a wonderful time of renewal and spiritual growth for all believers. It is a time when we seriously consider our faith lives and how we are doing as disciples of J...

This weekend we celebrate with all of our young people who have received the Sacrament of Confirmation on Saturday, February 15! It is a true joy to see our young people moving forward on their journey of faith.

Also, we know that 2020 brings with it the new outreach fr...

Next weekend we will be celebrating the Sacrament of Confirmation here in our parish!

We congratulate all of our young people who are receiving this wonderful sacrament. It reminds us all of how we are called to live as mature Catholics in our world today.

We will be cel...

The Feast of the Presentation of the Lord is observed this weekend. We know that Jesus, as the Son of God, is the means of our salvation. He was presented in the traditional way in the temple in Jerusalem, but each and every day He is present in our hearts and minds as...

This

weekend, in a special way, we are observing Catholic Schools Week (see below). We are blessed to have not only fine religious and faith formation ministries here at St. Cecelia Parish, but we also have access to fine Catholic schools in our area. In a particular wa...

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