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The Lord has come! Let every heart prepare Him room, and heaven and nature sing!
Come visit Our Lady of Perpetual Help, located on the edge of Tampa’s historic Ybor City. All are welcome to join our diverse community in the celebration of Catholic mass.
Under the Name of Mary, The Marists, serving OLPH since 1986
Excerpt from "Litany of Our Mother of Perpetual Help"
January 1, 10:00 AM
Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, Mass (English)
Enero 1, 12:00 PM
Misa de la Solemnidad de María, Madre de Dios (Español)
10:00 AM (English)
12:00 Noon (Spanish)
Welcome to the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church!
After receiving authorization to resume public Masses from Bishop Gregory Parkes, and after a prayerful discernment and consultation with the leadership of the Parish Pastoral Council, our weekend public Masses have resumed but are still under strict CDC guidelines.
“Bishop Parkes wants you to understand that the Dispensation from the Sunday obligation to attend Mass remains in effect until further notice and applies to all Catholics. Bishop says that ‘no one should feel guilty for protecting their health or that of their loved ones’.” (Source: OLPH May 24th bulletin)
Christmas Message from Bishop Parkes
Please click the following links to view Bishop Parkes’ Christmas message to the faithful of the Diocese of St. Petersburg. This message will be sent to all Flocknote subscribers on Thursday, December 24th and to all Pastoral Bulletin subscribers next Monday, December 21st.
Memo From USA Bishops About the COVID-19 Vaccine
For those who wish to know more about the subject, a statement from the USCCB, concerning vaccines that have been developed to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 is accessible at https://www.dosp.org/is-the-covid-vaccine-ok-for-catholics/.
Faith, Hope & Courage Campaign
Dear Members and Friends of Our Lady of Perpetual Help,
I don’t have to tell you that this year has been one like no other! The coronavirus pandemic has changed everything, including the was we worship and gather as a community. But during times of trial such as these, Jesus Christ stands firm, and our Church’s mission to live God and our neighbor has become even more essential. By working together, we can plan how we can move forward and meet the needs of our people in Faith, Hope and Courage.
The Holy Sacraments are vital to the life of every Catholic and for the life of the Catholic Church. Receiving them help Catholics to a more personal relationship with Jesus. Learn more about Holy Sacraments at OLPH
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