Catholic Voting Information

"We need to participate for the common good. Sometimes we hear: a good Catholic is not interested in politics. This is not true: good Catholics immerse themselves in politics by offering the best of themselves so that the leader can govern."
- Pope Francis, 9/16/13
Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops - Candidate Questionnaire (Candidates positions on Catholic issues) Click on links Below
Presidential Candidate Responses
Senate and House Races US and Florida
US Conference of Catholic Bishops Click on links Below

Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship
Our Call as Catholic Citizens
Making Moral Choices and Applying Our Principles
Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

 There are a number of issues that we as Catholics may have questions about. CLICK Here to see quotes from Pope Francis on a variety of social issues 


Are you in need of prayer ? We have group of loving Christians that are willing to pray for you. CLICK HERE to leave your Prayer Request

Fr John is leading a 7 day Parish Cruise to the Eastern Caribbean. Want to go with Fr John. Get All the info HERE

CLICK here to check out the list of new families that have joined our Parish. If you recognize any of the names please extend a warm welcome to them from all of the Parish
See what's happening in your parish. Check out our calendar

Fr JohnWon't you join me on Tuesday evenings at 7 PM in St. William  Hall

Learn more about YOUR FAITH
or just refresh yourself in God's word.

"I have spent many years studying our faith especially as revealed in the scriptures, I think you will find these sessions not only informative but also comforting !"

I have posted some blogs about a number of topics of interest to Catholics. See the current thinking about

Homosexuality and Catholics
Is the Eucharist Really Jesus ?
What do we believe about Mary ?
Can the Eucharist forgive sin ?
Why Catholics should read the bible

Click HERE to read my blog


Office Hours

Mon - Fri 9 AM to 2 PM (Lunch Closed noon to 12:30).


Weekly we join together to worship our God. As Catholics we understand that worship is a communal affair as we recall Christ's ultimate sacrifice on Calvary and His greatest gift, His own body and blood. The Eucharistic meal is there to nourish and fortify us as we leave on our journey to SERVE. Find out More here

Mass Times

Anticipatory Mass - Saturday 4PM
Sunday Masses - 7:30 - 9:30 - 11:30
Holy Days 8 AM and 11 AM
Weekday Mass 8:30 AM (Monday - Saturday)