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Congratulations Bishop Noonan!

 

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With heartfelt best wishes we congratulate you on the occasion of your anniversary of ordination to the priesthood, September 23.  May the Lord’s abundant blessing be upon you. Pictured: Bishop Noonan baptizes the faithful.

 

Bishop Noonan Reflects on Marriage and Respect Life

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On the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross, Pope Francis celebrated the marriage of twenty couples from Rome, the diocese of which he is bishop. The news of the celebration of the Sacrament was highly debated because as Pope Francis released information about this celebration, he also made public that “the couples married by the Pope are like many others, engaged for different lengths of time; some already live together, others have children, and others met within the parish. The youngest couple was born in 1986 and 1989 respectively, whereas the eldest were born in 1958 and 1965.” Click here to read more...

 

October Events Focus on Right to Life

October is Respect Life month, and the faithful of the Diocese of Orlando are encouraged to participate in the many peaceful and prayerful activities and gatherings focused on respecting life throughout the entire month. Here is a look at some of the events happening in the diocese.

Orlando Concert Band Helps Catholic Charities of Central Florida with Performance at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe

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On Saturday, November 1st at 2:00 p.m., thrilling music from the sixty piece Orlando Concert Band will gloriously resound in the perfect acoustical atmosphere of the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe. The Orlando Concert Band, Central Florida’s premier wind and percussion ensemble was founded in 1989 and plays a variety of the traditional, sacred, popular, and patriotic music one would expect to hear on weekends at a small-town bandstand in rural America.


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