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Food Donations Needed!
The St. Vincent de Paul society is in dire need of food donations for it's pantry. Can food like black beans, vegetables, peanut butter, tuna, plus pasta and other non-perishables is desperately needed. Please leave donations inside the doors of the church or bring to the rectory. Thank you!
Flea Market Schedule 2014!
Come to our great St. Stephen Flea Markets. Vendors from all over the area, from fruit sellers to garage sales, inhabit our North and East parking lots once or twice a month. If you need to sell some goods or just want to look around there is stuff for you! To reserve a space call the rectory at ...
Book Travel & More and Help St. Stephens!
Help St. Stephen Catholic Church and have your fun too! St. Stephen Catholic Church has its own little Travelocity®! Book travel, buy flowers or tickets, etc. and St. Stephen's receives well needed funds to keep the parish going, and best yet it cost you no money...
Parish Event Pictures Online
Come see all the latest pictures from all our events in one convenient place! http://picasaweb.google.com/StStephenParish
Submit a Prayer Request to the Carmelites
You can now “Submit a Prayer Request” through the Archdiocesan website The Sisters of the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary and the Carmelite Fathers and Brothers will pray daily for the intentions listed on the site. Users are limited ...
Daily Mass Readings
If you are interested in deepening your walk with Christ you may want to consider reading the Daily Readings for each daily Mass. Over 3 years you will have read almost the entire bible and you will have the added spiritural benefit of following the ...
The Seven Daily Habits of Holy People
You are interested in taking your spiritual life more seriously from this point on. You heartily assent to one of the key points of the Second Vatican Council: the importance of the doctrine of the universal call to holiness. Now what you must learn are "The Seven Daily Habits of Holy Apostolic People".
How to Pray
Here are some things to keep in mind as you persue a deeper relationship with God through silent prayer. Let Fr. John C. McKloskey teach you "How to Pray".
Monday Night English Prayer Group
Come join us in worshipping the Lord! You are invited to attend the English Prayer Group every Monday at 8pm in the Church Chapel. For more information please call Maralyn at 954-240-7317.
Adoration Chapel Open 7 Days a Week!
You can visit the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament Every Day of the Week! Join us for daily Eucharistic Adoration in the Rectory Adoration Chapel located at the side of the Rectory office, from 8:30am to 8:30pm.
Significance of the Sign of the Cross
What is the meaning behind the ancient gesture of the Sign of the Cross?
Do We Believe What the Early Christians Did?
What did the early christians believe? Do we believe what they did? Has the Catholic Church upheld and preserved these beliefs? Justin Martyr was an early christian in a very dangerous time. He was a contemporary of the Emperor and about the year 152 he wrote to the Roman Emperor in defense of Christians against the false charges leveled against them by their pagan neighbors...
Our History - St. Stephen Church
Discover how our parish started from just an altar made with orange crates and cement blocks, and "pews" made from wooden planks...