Tuesday: Office Closed
If you have a sacramental emergency and
it is after office hours,please call
Corpus Christi Church at 813-988-1593.
Friday's at 4:30pm
Please keep Fr. Mike Smith, and all those from the Diocese of St. Petersburg attending
World Youth Day, in your prayers.
Prayer for World Youth Day 2016
“God, merciful Father, in your Son, Jesus Christ,
you have revealed your love and poured it out upon us in the Holy Spirit, the Comforter,
We entrust to you today the destiny of the world
and of every man and woman”.
We entrust to you in a special way
young people of every language, people and nation:
guide and protect them as they walk the complex
paths of the world today
and give them the grace to reap abundant fruits
from their experience of the
Krakow World Youth Day.
grant that we may bear witness to your mercy.
Teach us how to convey the faith to those in doubt,
hope to those who are discouraged,
love to those who feel indifferent,
forgiveness to those who have done wrong
and joy to those who are unhappy.
Allow the spark of merciful love
that you have enkindled within us
become a fire that can transform hearts
and renew the face of the earth.
Mary, Mother of Mercy, pray for us.
Saint John Paul II, pray for us.
Saint Faustina, pray for us.
For more information on World Youth Day, and to see pictures,
please click here for the Diocese of St. Petersburg.
If you would like to register as a new parishioner or you would like to start receiving offertory envelopes, please click here to print a registration form that can be filled out and
returned to the office.
May 27 is Bishop Lynch’s seventy-fifth birthday. On that day, he will send a letter to the Holy Father asking to retire after having reached the mandatory “age limit” for bishops. Our diocese will then begin the waiting period to hear from the Vatican who our new bishop will be. Bishop Lynch will still be in office until we receive the official announcement from the Vatican.
Click here for more information on the process and to read Bisop Lynch's blog.
“Mercy is the very foundation of the Church’s life. All of her pastoral activity should be caught up in the tenderness she makes present to believers; nothing in her preaching and in her witness to the world can be lacking in mercy…
Click here to read more about the Year of Mercy.