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Este Tiempo de Navidad incluye la celebración de la llegada de los magos de Oriente. Consideremos la adoración humilde de los magos hacia Cristo niño. Los magos eran gentiles y…Read More
On Thursday, January 5, His Excellency, Pope Francis will celebrate the Solemn Funeral Mass for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, live from St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome on EWTN at 3 a.m.…Read More
Thursday, January 5th at the Cathedral of St. Ignatius of Loyola at noon will be live streamed. To view the Mass, please visit the site and click on “Live Mass”…Read More
*Attention CCD Families: No CCD Classes on Sundays December 18 & 25and January 1. CCD Classes will resume on Sunday, January 8, 2023.
The City of Fort Pierce, in partnership with the Treasure Coast Food Bank, will host the Annual Thanksgiving Giveaway on Saturday, November 19, 2022. We need about 30 volunteers to…Read More
Annual Parish PicnicThank you to all who attended the annual parish picnic this past Saturday, November 5.This event would not have been possible without all those who volunteered and donated…Read More
How To Pray The Rosary? A Step-By-Step Visual Guide The origin of the Rosary dates back to the year 800, but it has evolved throughout the centuries resulting in the…Read More
Thank you Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach, for supporting our Televised Catholic Mass program. If you missed today’s Televised Catholic Mass on CW34 at 10:30 AM,…Read More
The Essential Catholic Handbook of the Sacraments by Thomas M. Santa“Discovering the Sacraments” Church Is SacramentThe conviction and understanding that it is through the Church that we may encounterChrist in…Read More
Scripture Class:Join us every Tuesday at 8:45AM in the Social Hall to learn what the Bible says about creation, what the prophets say, and what wisdom literature teaches us about…Read More
Knights of Columbus Fraternal Benefits nightOn Thursday, October 27 at 5:30PM-7:30PM in the parish hall. The eventis open to all men of the parish and their families. Mr. Joe DeMarco…Read More
Join us every Tuesday at 8:45AM in the Social Hall to learn what the Bible says about creation,what the prophets say, and what wisdom literature teaches us about life.An evening…Read More
Welcome to the world of ST. Marks the Evangelist Catholic Women’s Club, even though we have been in existence for 9 months, we are 34 members strong. Our agenda is…Read More
Please join Dominick Scotto and Scripture Class on Tuesdays at 845AM at St Mark.
In case you did not know, we have a seminary in Boynton Beach where many of our Diocesan priests and deacons that are currently serving in our parishes (including me)…Read More
Knights of Columbus:Our Knights of Columbus Council 3416 ismeeting this month on September 12,due to the Labor Day Holiday. Themeetings will start with the rosary at6:30 PM with the meeting…Read More
Archbishop Fulton Sheen was one of the first Radio and TV evangelists of our times and watched by millions. During his Priesthood he said a Holy Hour of Adoration everyday…Read More
Basic Elements of the Catholic FaithIts identity: Christ really presentThe Luke E. Hart SeriesBy Peter Kreeft As a sacrament, the Eucharist has a double aspect: it is both a sign…Read More
Thank You On behalf of Fr. Antony and myself, I want to say thank you to all who helped setup, cleanup, prepared food, and in any other way were part…Read More
Catholic faithful are urged to see beyond party politics, to analyze political campaigns critically, and to choose political leaders according to principle, not just self-interest. Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops…Read More
We need additional money counters to count money on Monday mornings. If you have done this before or have had experience counting money, please reply to this email address as soon as possible.…Read More
Basic Elements of the Catholic FaithThe Eucharist: Its hiddennessThe Luke E. Hart SeriesBy Peter Kreeft In the Eucharist God is both truly present and hidden. Not only in the Eucharist,…Read More
Take Advantage of the free video resources form the National Eucharistic Revival. Pray for the gift of ‘Eucharistic Amazement” that Saint John Paul II wrote about in Ecclesia de Eucharistia…Read More
My name is Dominick Scotto. I have aMaster’s Degree in Theology and have taughtOld and New Testament at John Carroll HighSchool for 21 years.• Did you ever wonder how the…Read More
Appreciation Dinner information and Reservation for Linda Cosgrove’s Retirement The appreciation dinner will be held at the Pelican Yacht Club, 1120 Seaway Dr., Ft. Pierce,FL on Friday, August 26 at…Read More
We celebrated Mass at Lynmoore in Fort Pierce. The children choir sang, and the residents were full of joy. The residents were so happy when they received Jesus.
Is God calling you to be a permanent deacon?There will be an information night for men who are interested in learning more about becoming a deacon. The first step is…Read More
Which Catholic basilica did George Washington help establish? In the heart of Old Town Alexandria, VA, stands a piece of Catholic—and American—history. The Basilica of St. Mary in Alexandria, Virginia,…Read More
STATEMENT ON U.S. SUPREME COURT RULING On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a landmark ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturning Roe v. Wade and Planned…Read More
St. Mark Women’s Club:Attention ladies of Saint Mark’s, you are cordially invited to attend the Women’s Club meeting.We hold the meetings the first Thursday of every month at 9:00am in…Read More
Knights of Columbus:Our Knights of Columbus Council 3416 meets on the first Monday ofeach month. The meetings will start with the rosary at 6:30 PM with the meeting from 7PM…Read More
Liturgy of the Hours There is a new resource available from Word on Fire Institute for Praying the Liturgy of the Hours or Divine Office daily. Word on Fire Institute…Read More
Pope St. John Paul II said, The title “Mother of the Church” … reflects the deep conviction of the Christian faithful, who see in Mary not only the mother of…Read More
Knights of Columbus:Our Knights of Columbus Council 3416 meets on the first Monday of each month. The meetings will start with the Rosary at 6:30 PM with the meeting from…Read More
St. Mark Women’s Club:Ladies of St. Mark, join the Women’s Club the first Thursday of June at 9:00 AMin the Social Hall for a fun filled “Kitchen Shower”. We are…Read More
Change in Church HoursIn the past we closed the church at noon during the week, so we felt that the church should be open more hours to allow you time…Read More
Congratulations to Fr. Antony Lopez, Fr. Edwin Edezath and Fr. Antony Pulikal, who were incardinated (received formally) by Bishop Barbarito into the Diocese of Palm Beach on May 4 at the Priest…Read More
Don’t forget the taping of the Easter Mass is tomorrow, Monday! Wear your Easter finest and join us at 3:45 at the Cathedral of St. Ignatius of Loyola in Palm…Read More
Teachings of the Catholic Church fromthe Compendium of theCatechism of the Catholic ChurchThe Dignity of the Human PersonOUR VOCATION TO BEATITUDE Why are the beatitudes important forus?The beatitudes are at…Read More
Knights of Columbus Our Knights of Columbus Council 3416 meetson the first Monday of each month. T he meetings will start with the rosary at 6:30 PM withthe meeting from…Read More
St. Mark’s Women’s ClubSt. Mark’s Women’s Club monthly meeting will be on April 7th in the Social Hall at 9:00AM. Bring your empty coffee cup and get it filled up.…Read More
If you have received your invitation and have not replied, please do so as soon as possible, and please indicate the number of people who will be coming. If you still…Read More
Catholic Charities Palm Beach was established in 1984 as the social service arm of the Diocese of Palm Beach. Catholic Charities programs and ministries are developed to meet the most…Read More
Dear Parishioners, The image below is an example of a scam. If you receive an e-mail with my name or Father Antony’s name asking for money or worded like the…Read More
ADORATION IS SITTING AT THE FEET OFTHE LORD (Lk 10:42)The Scripture is enriched by the consoling promises of God who loves us. It is theLord who chose us and loves…Read More
If you have a police officer as a friend or family member, National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on January 9 is the perfect time to show officers we understand how…Read More
We still have openings for picture appointments this Friday evening on January 7 in the Social Hall.
New Years Eve Adoration from 11 PM to Midnight followed by Midnight Mass to welcome in 2022 Saturday, January 1 8 AM Solemnity of Mary…Read More
Friday 12/24 4 PM and 5:30 PM Saturday 12/25 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:30 PM (Spanish) (Please note there will not be a 4 PM vigil mass on Christmas Day)…Read More
Please see the Bulletin for December 25-26 for our Office and Mass Schedules
Daily Adoration:The Eucharistic Lord invites us to ADOREAND WORSHIP HIM. From Monday throughSaturday 7:00 am – 7:45 am and Sunday 7:30am -8:15 am, followed by Holy Mass. Bible Study:On Wednesdays…Read More
On Saturday, December 18 at 3:00PM get in the Christmas spirit with music prepared byour Parish children. We hope to see you there! Come and sing along with the children!
On Sunday, December 12 join us in celebrating our Lady of Guadalupe from 5:00-7:00AMwith live Mariachi and Mass en español, more information in the bulletin
Immaculate Conception Feast Day:On Tuesday, 12/7 Vigil Mass will be celebrated at 6PM and on Wednesday, 12/8 Mass timesare 8AM and 12PM.
Reminder: Every Wednesday Pope Francis hosts what is called the General Audience, this is when the Holy Father addresses the crowd, usually in different languages. It’s not a mass but…Read More
The Dei Verbum Reading Challenge begins on Monday! Join us on a 2-week guided reading journey through the Second Vatican Council’s central document on divine revelation. The challenge starts on…Read More
Calendar of Events Daily Adoration: The Eucharistic Lord invites us to ADORE AND WORSHIP HIM. From Monday throuigh Saturday, 7:00AM – 7:45AM and Sunday 7:30AM – 8:15AM, followed by Holy…Read More
The Office will be closed all day on Monday 11/1 for All Saints Day. It is not a holy day of obligation in 2021 because it falls on Monday, so…Read More
Todos son bienvenidos.
28th Sunday Ordinary Time October 10, 2021What do you think about Jesus telling the wealthy young man that he had to give away all of his possessions in order to…Read More
25th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 9/19/21In today’s gospel, from Mark Chapter 9, Jesus speaks about his ownrejection, torture, and shameful death. True discipleship, he says, isconcerned not with status…Read More
Thank you to Very Rev. Gavin J. Badway, Rector of the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola, for reading the latest Diocese of Palm Beach Family Life book for their “Families…Read More
A message to the People of God in the Archdiocese of Detroit, for the First Saturday in September – 9/4/2021 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As we come to…Read More
Calling All Parishioners – Volunteers are Needed!!!We need volunteers who want to serve in our ministries as ushers, greeters, choir members, extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion, sacristans, altar servers, Council…Read More
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In The Creed, a new film series blending both documentary footage and dynamic talks, Bishop Robert Barron guides viewers into the depths of the Nicene Creed, a fourth-century statement of faith…Read More
The transmission of COVID-19 is extremely high in St. Lucie County and has reached a record number of cases per day at 487 new infections. Three times in the past…Read More
I have been asked this question several times lately and I decided to post the answer to our website and Social Media. Since the Pandemic, we have used the room…Read More
We join in prayer and support for our brothers and sisters in Haiti who are currently suffering overwhelming loss through natural disasters. Many within our Diocesan family have close ties…Read More
Thank you to Rev. Antony Lopez for supporting our #DioceseofPalmBeach Televised Catholic Mass program. At the time of filming Father Antony was the Parochial Vicar at Holy Name of Jesus…Read More
Below is the Diocesan prayer to avert hurricanes. With a tropical storm nearby and possibly another right behind it, let us pray this daily during hurricane season May God bless…Read More
According to 2014 Pew research, at least a quarter of U.S. Hispanics have left the Catholic Church, and of those, nearly half are now unaffiliated when it comes to religion.…Read More
COVID-19 cases are rising once again across the U.S. The CDC now recommends that everyone wear face masks in areas of substantial and high transmission — regardless of whether you’re…Read More
Good Afternoon, below is the 1030AM recorded Mass for today, Sunday August 8th. Before masses on Monday to Friday, we are celebrating Adoration from 7 AM to 745 AM, praying…Read More
Parishioners,If any of you would like a home visit from Fr. Anthony or me, please call the office. We can come to your house and do a house blessing, or…Read More
Catholics Reach Olympic Heights: Meet Olympians Who Carry the Torch of Faith, Click to Read
At the end of mass we had a brief presentation from one of the deanery officers for Council of Catholic Women. After mass we had seven women sign up –…Read More
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Some of you may be wondering if it is safe to come to mass at St. Mark. The answer is yes. Even though…Read More
St Mark also uploads Mass recordings on the social media platform Vimeo. The videos upload much quicker to the Vimeo format but will still be available on Youtube. Please subscribe…Read More
This is Father Antony’s first weekend with us as our new Parochial Vicar. Please welcome him and say hello before or after mass. Father has a lot of experience as…Read More
Opportunities to get involved in Small Groups at St. Mark If you have read the bulletin lately, you will recall that I had asked for ideas for small groups. So…Read More
Just a reminder that we will have a going away reception for Father Edwin on Saturday June 19 after the 4 PM mass in the Social Hall. Please plan to attend to…Read More
If you are interested in being part of the restart of the Council of Catholic Women at St. Mark, please tell Father Bob after mass or call the office to…Read More
The following is extracted from a Florida Catholic article dated 6/21/1974: On June 16, 1974, Archbishop William D. Borders (Bishop of Orlando) dedicated St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church. Father…Read More
St Mark has a Council that meets in the Social Hall on the first Monday of each month. If you were a Knight before or have thought about becoming a…Read More
On Saturday June 19, after the 4 PM Mass, we will have a farewell reception for Father Edwin in the Social Hall, Please join us to thank Father Edwin for…Read More
Beginning this weekend’s Mass, we will be using another streaming service called Vimeo. An example is presented below and shouldn’t affect the ability to view the Mass recordings.
Enjoy this special Mother’s Day message from Bishop Barbarito: As we celebrate Mother’s Day, we wish all mothers a happy day in deep gratitude for all the love and sacrifice…Read More
Mass Intentions BookThe 2nd Quarter of Mass Intentions is now open for the Months of May, & June. Registered parishioners may book one week-end and two weekday Masses, and visitors…Read More
Dear St Mark Parishioners, Update on changes that will occur after July 1:We had our meeting of the Pastoral Council on Tuesday April 27 and these are the decisions that…Read More
No Bible Study: No Bible Study until Wednesday, May 5th from 9AM-10AM in the Social Hall with a new series, Lecito: Mary, for the month of May on Mary. Adoration…Read More
Knights of Columbus will be leading the rosary before each of the weekend masses at 3:30PM, 8:00AM, and 10:00AM. Please join us as we pray the rosary together during this…Read More
Dear Parishioners, Each year at this time, changes in priest assignments in our Diocese happen, and unfortunately this year our own Parish is affected. On July 1, Father Edwin will…Read More
We will have a funeral mass for Ester Gibbons on Tuesday April 6 at 10 AM Here is a link to her obituary: https://www.yatesfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Esterline-Hunt-Gibbons?obId=20031414#/obituaryInfo
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought overwhelming grief to many families. At FEMA, our mission is to help people before, during and after disasters. We are dedicated to helping ease some…Read More
Confessions Schedule: Saturday, March 27th, from 2:30PM – 3:30PM in the Social Hall Monday, March 29th to Wednesday, March 31st after the 8:00AM Mass, from 8:30AM – 9:30AM in the…Read More
State of Florida Opens Long-term COVID-19 Vaccination Site in Fort Pierce The City of Fort Pierce in partnership with the State of Florida announces the opening of a long-term COVID-19…Read More
Florida Department of Health in St. Lucie Pfizer Vaccine Clinic scheduled for April 6 and 7 at the Havert L Fenn Center located at 2000 Virginia Avenue in Fort Pierce.…Read More
We are overjoyed and grateful that Pope Francis has now instituted a ‘World Day of Prayer for Grandparents and the Elderly’ into the Universal Church calendar. Achieving this goal on…Read More
Notice of Funeral for Robert (Bob) Kendzierski (Please note that the date has changed) A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St Mark on 3/15/21 at 10 AM, instead of…Read More
Evangelization — How do we as laity bring our family and friends into (or back to) a loving relationship with Christ? Most of us have natural fears and feelings of…Read More
Just a reminder that you can view any Sunday mass for 2021 at: https://www.diocesepb.org/2021-masses On that page scroll down and pick the month, then you will find the mass you want…Read More
Masses in English at 8 AM, Noon and 6 PM Mass in Spanish 7:30 PM See you there
“I know the state is working with limited resources and minimal supply of vaccines, but a phone system connected to the appointments would be easier for most seniors, as long…Read More
Pope Francis announced Sunday the establishment of an international day to honor grandparents and the elderly to take place each year in July.
Be a part of our upcoming Spring Campaign! It runs from February 17th through March 28th.
This February 7-14, 2021, we will celebrate National Marriage Week! This annual observance is a great prompt for everyone to reflect on the gift marriage is to our Church and…Read More
Go to https://myvaccine.fl.gov/ Select the category that applies, then select a county, then complete all the fields, answering all of the questions, many of which have drop down selections.
REMINDER: Updates on COVID-19 Vaccine Information can be accessed at the St. Lucie County Health Dept Website.
I was rereading a 1983 document from the US Bishops today entitled “The Challenge of Peace: God’s promise and Our Response” and I found this quote on peace that I…Read More
Here is the link to our mass for today on our You Tube Channel
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid-19-vaccination-priority-groups-only-tickets-134664861225 Towards the bottom top of the page click on Register Here, then on 2nd page click on Select A Date at the top right
Please be aware that you will still need to wear a mask after being vaccinated for COVID-19. Thank you.
Upcoming Events: Bible Study: Resumes this Wednesday, January 6th from 10am-11am in the Social Hall. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing. Knights of Columbus: Knights of Columbus Council…Read More
CatholicMassTime.org provides easy access to Mass schedules, church locations, parish contact information and more. Our mission is to connect Catholics with church information across the country, in every state within…Read More
As we venerate the Most Holy Name of Jesus, mercifully grant us, Lord, that, savoring its sweetness in this life, we may be filled with everlasting joy in our heavenly…Read More
God himself needed a Mother: how much more so do we! Jesus himself gave her to us, from the cross: “Behold your mother!” (Jn 19:27). He said this to the…Read More
As we begin a new year, we think about things to come in 2021. We pray that 2021 will be an awesome year and unlike 2020 in so many ways.…Read More
Our masses for this Holy Day are: Thursday 12/31 6 PM Friday 1/1 8 AM and Noon https://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/liturgical-year/christmas/christmas-january-1
Christmas Eve Vigil Thursday, December 24, 4:00PM and 5:30PM Christmas Day Friday, December 25, 8:30AM, 10:30AM and 12:30PM(Spanish) Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God Vigil, Thursday, December 31,…Read More
“Mary belongs to a great host of the humble of heart whom the official historians never include in their books, but with whom God prepared the coming of his son.”…Read More
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Masses on Monday December 7 and Tuesday December 8
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a holy day of obligation and we will have masses as follows: Monday, December 7 – Vigil mass in English –…Read More
https://cdn.trustedtechexperts.com/docs/library/DioceseofPalmBeach2017/News/Coronavirus/Bishop’s%20letter%20re%20COVID-19.pdf Also, here you can watch his recent message: https://vimeo.com/479941361
https://watch.formed.org/lectio-mark-with-dr-tim-gray Starting on Wednesday, 11/18 we will start a weekly bible study on the Gospel of Mark (our patron saint), since Year B starts this Advent. The series is from…Read More
How to Find Hope, Peace and Strength for the HolidaysAn Evening of Reflection and Prayers for 2020 with Fr. Mark Toups and Sr. Miriam James Heidland As…Read More
Join the Knights of Columbus! Now through December 31st, enter Promo Code MCGIVNEY2020 for 12 months of free online membership.
Coming this January! If you’ve struggled to read the Bible, this podcast is for you. Ascension’s Bible in a Year Podcast, hosted by Fr. Mike Schmitz, guides Catholics through the Bible in…Read More
Watch this video on YouTube https://youtu.be/tctSwn04VR8
Please join us, November 14th at noon, 12PM, in the Social Hall for a seminar on Surviving the Holidays, for those grieving a loved one. RSVP to Parish Office. 772-461-8150…Read More
Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing in the City of Fort Pierce FORT PIERCE – In an effort to meet the needs of the community, the City of Fort Pierce, in partnership with…Read More
FORMED brings together the best Catholic teachers, authors, and speakers to offer an unmatched breadth of content and a variety of options to pass on the beauty and power of…Read More
St Lucie County Historical Society The purpose and objectives of the Society shall be education, historical research, and study of items and objects of interest and value concerning St. Lucie…Read More
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We pray for full recovery for President Trump and the First Lady and all who have COVID 19. May the Lord heal them quickly. Amen
Please pray for respect for the gift of life from conception to natural death. Below are copies of a letter from Bishop Barbarito for Respect Life Sunday in English and…Read More
The Art of Healthy Living, a FREE webinar series hosted through partnerships with Humana and Primary Care Associates and St Lucie County. Click below to learn more!
God’s healing touch is not limited by social distancing. This is going to be a powerful event. On this Friday, September 25, Virtual Catholic Conference will be hosting a global…Read More
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President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The Church has been celebrating the World Day of Migrants and Refugees (WDMR) since 1914. It is always an occasion to express concern for different vulnerable people on the move;…Read More
Starting in November 2020, join us in the Social Hall each Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. for our bible Study or video series. In November, we will be…Read More
Pope Francis told a group of parents of L.G.B.T. children yesterday that “God loves your children as they are” and “the church loves your children as they are because they…Read More
This blog was created for Catholic families. We hope it is a place to learn and grow in faith and love. We all make up the Body of Christ; we…Read More
In keeping with its mission, the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops aims to educate and inform Catholics about a wide range of issues.The information compiled here has been gathered from…Read More
As local and national elections approach, please take a moment to review some materials put forth from the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The recorded masses for August 30 and September 6 will be televised on Channel CW 34 – the weekly Diocesan TV mass at 10:30 on Sunday. Fr. Edwin and I…Read More
The Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops latest e-newsletter is available for viewing!
Read about Father Martin Dunne’s books in the Florida Catholic!