ORLANDO | Students from all over the Diocese of Orlando allowed God’s presence to touch and change their lives at this year’s Steubenville Florida Conference. The conference at the Rosen Shingle Creek hotel, attracted more than 2,000 youth from around the state. Based on 1 John 3:1, the conference team presented talks, music and activities … Continue reading “Youth gain sense of belonging at Steubenville conference”
July 25, 2019
ORLANDO | In the fall of 2017, Catholic Charities of Central Florida was the first Catholic Charities in the nation to partner with Open Table, a national organization that takes a family approach to helping people get back on their feet. One and a half years later, nine parishes have held more than a dozen … Continue reading “Parish communities live Gospel through service”
ORLANDO | After almost two decades of abuse, two kidnappings, escapes and almost getting killed, human trafficking survivor, Flor Turcio, shared her story of terror and how Catholic Charities helped her through it. When Catholic Charities of Central Florida caseworker, Rosa Alamo, first spoke to Turcio in 2013, she was shocked. “It was something like … Continue reading “Human trafficking survivor shares her story”
ORLANDO | While the world strives to go green, millions of women are still polluting their bodies with contraceptive chemicals. Catholic medical students at the University of Central Florida (UCF) hope to change that with education and awareness. The Catholic Medical Association’s student chapter at UCF began with three medical students just three years ago. … Continue reading “CMA students make a difference in NFP education”
Highlighting the anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s Humanae Vitae (July 25), the Bulmans discuss controversial, but profound moments in Church history—including our Catholic beliefs on human sexuality and conjugal love. (Not a child friendly episode). Listen via our FREE Faith Fit App available on the App Store and Google Play or via SoundCloud.