- May 15, 2021
Catholics in St. Petersburg, Florida, will need to get their napkins ready because some barbecue from Kansas City, Missouri, is coming their way.
Sheriff’s officials in Florida are looking for a man who was caught on security cameras breaking into a church and setting some pews on fire.
It was an elongated production schedule that would have rivaled any James Cameron epic, but the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Florida, has finally issued a pair of “Civilize It” videos with more than 30 Catholics in the diocese taking part in the civility pledge to have an open mind, open ears and a civil tongue this election season.
Catholics and evangelics mark Laudato si anniversary by considering its lessons for a global pandemic.
Bishop Gregory L. Parkes of St. Petersburg has declared Feb. 23 as Safe Haven Sunday, a day when parishes in the diocese set aside time to address “the pervasive problem of pornography and its devastating effects on marriages and families.”