Healing body, mind and soul at Pilgrimage of the Sick

ORLANDO | It’s not Lourdes, but it’s close, said Father Anthony Aarons, Missionary of Mercy and rector of the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe.

After his own pilgrimage to France in 2023, seeing the …

Lenten Reconciliation leads to Easter Eucharist

Rising from the cross of sin to new life, our journey of reconciliation during Lent leads us to Easter Resurrection and Eucharist – God’s gift of Himself that we might be born anew.

It is a journey inward that reveals …

March goes beyond Dobbs decision

WASHINGTON, D.C. | They braved freezing temperatures and trudged through snow. As they prayed the rosary and sang Ave Maria, faithful Catholics from central Florida joined thousands flooding the streets of Washington, D.C. to tell the world abortion must not …

New pastor installed at Good Shepherd

ORLANDO | The community of Good Shepherd Parish in Orlando received a new shepherd at the installation of Missionary of La Salette Father Andrews Kollannoor as their pastor Dec. 3, 2023. Bishop John Noonan joined associate priests and deacons and …

Event served as ‘souper’ way to support center

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS | Celebrating 20 years of Pathways to Care, the rehabilitation center for homeless men and women post-surgery or injury, Catholic Charities of Central Florida held its annual Soup Bowl Supper.

St. Mary Magdalen Parish Life Center in Altamonte …

Catholic Charities restores home

DELTONA | A creeping humidity settled into 76-year-old Nestor Ramos’ home. Caused by intense rains over the past two years and Hurricane Ian, his roof developed a leak that trickled water onto the floor near his kitchen. After Hurricane Nicole, …

Mass serves to heal victims as they remember those lost

ORLANDO  |  Gathering at St. James Cathedral, survivors affected by suicide prayed for their loved ones and sought from their losses.

Bishop John Noonan presided over the celebration of Mass noting, “When death is sudden, we often have questions and

Congress offers a eucharistic feast

ORLANDO  |  On fire for the Lord, roughly 1,200 people crowded the parking lot at Holy Cross Parish to participate in the celebration of Mass, pray the rosary, and stand watch with Jesus during Eucharistic Adoration.

The praise, prayer and