• Candidate Questionnaire Project

    Before heading to the polls make sure you know the candidates' positions on key issues concerning human life and dignity and the common good.

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  • Annual Collection for Seminarians Oct. 25-26

    The Diocese of Orlando currently has 35 seminarians in formation at our 2 regional seminaries. Please give generously to help the faithful men who are willing to lay down their lives in service to our Lord’s Church.

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    Download the new app from the Diocese of Orlando that promotes care of body, mind, and soul!

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  • Respect Life Month

    Resources and events on the sanctity of life to enrich your faith during the month of October.

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  • Welcome

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Latest Events

Fri Oct 24 @12:00AM
Respect Life Conference
Sat Oct 25 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
End Human Trafficking Training Session
Sat Oct 25 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM
Soup Bowl Supper
Sun Oct 26 @12:00AM
Special Collection: Seminarians
Mon Oct 27 @12:00AM
Priests' Retreat
Tue Oct 28 @ 7:00PM -
Dr. John R. Wood Event
Sat Nov 01 @12:00AM
2014 Diocesan Youth for Life Rally
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Religious Men & Women

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About the Year of Consecrated Life

Pope Francis proclaimed 2015 a Year of Consecrated Life, starting on the First Sunday of Advent, the weekend of November 29, 2014, and ending on February 2, 2016, the World Day of Consecrated life. The year also marks the 50th anniversary of Perfectae Caritatis, a decree on religious life, and Lumen Gentium, the Second Vatican Council’s constitution on the Church.

Cardinal João Braz De Aviz, Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, remarked, “We are convinced that in these 50 years [since the Second Vatican Council], consecrated life has undertaken a fruitful journey of renewal — not free, certainly, of difficulties and hardships — in the commitment to follow what the Council asked of the consecrated: fidelity to the Lord, to the Church, to their own charism and to the people of today.”

 

 

 

The Year of Consecrated Life will have three objectives, to remember the past with gratitude, to embrace the future with hope, and to live in the present with passion. Highlighting the many types of religious vocations within the Church, this year will be an opportunity to evangelize and spread the joy that comes with a life given fully to Christ.

 

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Religious Communities of Men and Women Represented in the Diocese of Orlando

We invite you to learn about the priests and religious brothers and sisters serving in the Diocese of Orlando. Below is a list of religious communities represented in our Diocese. Click on the names listed below to visit their website and learn about the charism and the mission of each congregation.

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Religious Communities of Men and Women Represented in the Diocese of Orlando

We invite you to learn about the priests and religious brothers and sisters serving in the Diocese of Orlando. Below is a list of religious communities represented in our Diocese. Click on the names listed below to visit their website and learn about the charism and the mission of each congregation. Download a pdf version of the listings here.

 

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Contact Us  

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1800
Orlando, Florida
32802-1800

Physical Address:
50 East Robinson
Orlando, Florida
32801

Telephone:
407-246-4800

Fax:
407-246-4942

E-mail:
info@orlandodiocese.org

 

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