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Pope Francis has been given
the nickname the “Pope of
mercy” because he so often
speaks of how precious is the
mercy and compassion of
God. However, he is also
known as the Pope of mercy
because his actions often
speak much
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From the Pastor’s Desk
The city of St. Augustine was founded and established in 1565 by Don Pedro
Menéndez de Avilés. He began his adventure by sailing from the port of Cádiz,
Spain. On August 28 of that year his expedition first sighted land along the east
coast of Florida (the area that is today Cape Canaveral). It was the feast day of
Saint Augustine of Hippo, August 28. Menéndez decided to give that saint’s name
to his first settlement. He continued sailing north along the coast, eventually
coming to the harbor of a native tribe of the Timucuan nation,
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Cathedral Basilica

Monday - Saturday 7:00 AM
Saturday
Vigil:5:00 PM
Sunday:
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM
St. Benedict the Moor Church
86 Martin Luther King Av.
(3 blocks south of the Post Office)

Sunday 8:00 AM
Confession will be heard in the Cathedral Basilica
Saturdays from 3:30-4:30
Jubilee Year in the Diocese of St. Augustine

Bishop Felipe J. Estevez, Bishop of the Diocese of St. Augustine, has declared the period from 27 August 2014 to 8 September 2015 a
Jubilee Year in the Diocese of St. Augustine. Click on the link below for details:  
http://faithdigital.org/staugustine/SA0914/#?page=10
St. Benedict
The Moor Church
The Cathedral Basilica
of St. Augustine
The Cathedral Parish of St. Augustine seeks to be a welcoming parish committed
to faithful celebrations of the Church's sacred liturgy, to life-long faith formation, and
effective outreach, while helping each member discern their vocation, and together
striving to become the Body of Christ in the world today.  We are dedicated to
preserving the faith and history which have been entrusted to us.
Important Message
from the USCCB:
United for Religious Freedom
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