Free Online Conference Just for Catholic Moms A brand new experience for moms is coming March 6 – 9 that is designed to meet their needs and daily demands. Catholic Conference 4 Moms will be hosting an online conference entirely for free! Diocese of St. Augustine The Catholic Church of North Florida Diocesan Ministry Formation Program Information Nights The Ministry Formation Program is a three-year program offered by the Diocese of St. Augustine to prepare lay ministers for greater leadership in the Church. The program provides academic, professional, and spiritual formation to help lay leaders advance their service as missionary disciples of Jesus Christ. Three information nights are scheduled for those interested in […] Holy Mass hosted by Order of Malta We invite everyone to a Mass at San Jose Catholic Church hosted by the Order of Malta Federal Association on Saturday, February 24. The celebrant is Father John Tetlow accompanied by the Jacksonville University choir. The choir was just at the Vatican where they sang for the pope. This Mass is open to anyone in […] U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Launch “9 Days for Life” Campaign On Jan. 18, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will launch the national “9 Days for Life” campaign calling Catholics and the faithful together for a 9-day “digital pilgrimage” focusing on cherishing the gift of human life from conception to natural death. The campaign surrounds the annual Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of […] Duo-B to perform in free concert at St. Anastasia Catholic Church The 2017-18 concert series continues at St. Anastasia Catholic Church at 7 p.m., Jan. 20, with the violin and cello music of husband and wife team Hirono Borter and Philip Borter, known professionally as Duo-B. The concert will feature the music of Astor Piazzola. As winners of the prestigious Eastman Concerto Competition, Duo-B has performed […] The Saint John’s Bible: Spreading the Word In Text and Image On Wednesday, February 21, 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. at the Bishop Baker Center of the Cathedral Basilica, parishioner Jack Daniels, Th.D., will discuss the spread of the Gospel utilizing the text and images of the Saint John’s Bible Heritage Edition. The calligraphers and artists involved in the fifteen year process of creating the first handwritten […] St. Catherine’s hosts Estate Planning Workshop Did you know? If you don’t have a will or estate plan, the state and courts decide who gets your assets! Let the Catholic Foundation help. You’re invited to a free estate planning workshop! Find out how to provide for your loved ones and our Church. Join us Tuesday, February 6 from noon to 1:15 p.m. at St. […] Catholic Schools, Diocesan Offices and Providence Center close due to cold and inclement weather [UPDATE: 1/3/2017 @ 3:30 PM] Catholic Schools in the Diocese of St. Augustine will be back in session Thursday, Jan. 4. The diocesan offices at the Catholic Center and Providence Center in Jacksonville will also resume business on Thursday. With a strong potential of icy roads and bridges, Jacksonville Mayor, Len Curry will close all government […] Visit Bishop Snyder High School Join us at one of our three upcoming events to learn why Bishop Snyder High School has become the choice of so many families. Our traditional Open House is Thursday, January 25 at 7 p.m. and Snyder 101 is Thursday, February 8 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. We are also participating in the Diocesan Open […] Catholic Writers Guild, St. Johns Chapter Monthly Meeting The Catholic Writers Guild, St. Johns Chapter will have its monthly meeting on Saturday, February 3 at St. Paul’s Church & School Auditorium at 2609 Park Street in Jacksonville from 10 a.m. to noon. All those interested (including poets, fiction and non-fiction, screen play writers, musicians, artists, editors, illustrators, etc.) are invited. Refreshments served with a […] Reasons why the Death Penalty must end in Florida by Most Reverend Felipe J. Estévez On Thursday, December 14th, the Death Penalty Information Center released their annual end of year report analyzing the trends and patterns we’ve seen with the death penalty in 2017. According to the report, death sentences and executions were the second lowest in a quarter century. Additionally, public support for […] Click Here to view News from the Diocese of St. Augustine.