When we think of sympathy and compassion, especially in the name of Jesus Christ, the ministries of Pastoral Care immediately come to mind.

We here at St. Cecelia Parish are especially dedicated to this important ministry. We have outreach to those who are homebound, in...

This is Catechetical Sunday weekend. The national theme this weekend is “I received from the Lord what I also handed on to you”.

How true this is! In so many ways, we all have the call to pass on our Faith in Christ to others!  In the family setting this is most importa...

It is so wonderful to see young people in church! We know how important our youth are in so many ways!

Sometimes we like to say that young people are the “future of the Church”, but the reality is that they are part of the Church Community right now!

We so are in need of...

This is Labor Day weekend. It is our opportunity to reflect of the importance of work in our lives and how it is that we provide for our families, friends and the wider community.

We believe that all we have is a gift from God. As our Creator, God has provided us with t...

The word “sacrifice” has a very special meaning. It comes to us from Latin and it means “making something holy”.

When we sacrifice of ourselves for others or for a good cause, we are recognizing the holiness that is around us and how we want to generously make our world...

My thanks to all who continue to support our parish in this very difficult time. The Faith, Hope and Courage campaign is enabling us to do this. The dedication of our parishioners in time, talent and treasure makes all the difference!

We know that the Apostle Peter had...

Because August 15 falls on a Saturday this year, the Feast of the Assumption of Mary is not a formal Holy Day. Yet we remember the truth of our faith, that Mary, the Mother of God, is now in eternal life in heaven in a very special way. Her love for her son Jesus is an...

Jesus truly is the Son of God. This is the basic part of our faith. In the Gospel reading this weekend, Jesus gives us a sign of His divinity as He walks on water before His disciples.

Sometimes it can be difficult to recognize the divinity of Jesus when we have not per...

Holy Communion, or the Eucharist, is a very important Sacrament in our church community. We believe that at every Mass, the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus and that we can receive Him  in this special way.

During this time of the Corona Virus pand...

So many people here in the State of Florida love to go fishing!

We, who are so close to the Gulf of Mexico, certainly see this all the time. This can be a powerful image for us as we think of how we also want to be “fishing for souls”. Our many ministries and outreaches...

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