CFEONLINE News from the Diocese of Central Florida

Folks can play a round and contribute to the future of our children when the St. Barnabas Invitational is held at 7:30 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 30, at Venetian Bay. A fundraiser for St. Barnabas Episcopal School in DeLand, the event…

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A Lake Mary parishioner’s winning essay on a Catholic priest’s trek through 16th-century Latin America can now be seen online. Rebecca Watts, a middler (second-year student in a three-year course of study) from the Diocese of Central Florida at the…

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A Catholic priest’s trek through 16th century Latin America helped local parishioner Becky Watts make some modern history – on a national level. A middler (second-year student in a three-year course of study) from the Diocese of Central Florida at…

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Finding out who is being called by the Lord never gets old for the Rev. Canon Tim Nunez. Each potential priest or deacon is just as exciting as the next one. Nunez, who is Canon to the Ordinary for the…

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The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida announced Monday, Sept. 18, that there are multiple ways to reach out and help churches and parishioners affected by Hurricane Irma. The Rev. Canon Tim Nunez, Canon to the Ordinary, said individuals, businesses, and…

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Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, We greet the Church from our dioceses in Florida, and we thank you for all your prayers before, during, and after Hurricane Irma. Our region has suffered considerable damage in some areas, and the path of…

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The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida announced Friday, Sept. 15 that several changes have been made to Bishop Greg Brewer’s visitation schedule for the next several months because of Hurricane Irma’s impact on the state. The bishop’s visit to the…

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Damaged roofs, downed trees, missing shingles, and loss of power are among the many things that churches and ministries in the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida are experiencing in the wake of Hurricane Irma this week. The diocese on Thursday…

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Hurricane Irma changed the scenery of Camp Wingmann a little bit this past weekend, and leaders are hoping the community can help restore its beauty. The huge youth retreat in Avon Park, which has been a welcoming place for decades…

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St. Richard’s Episcopal Church in Winter Park sustained some damage from Hurricane Irma, but Rev. Alison Harrity said parishioners and others have made great strides in the post-storm clean-up effort. On Tuesday, Sept. 12, some folks gathered for morning prayer,…

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