From the USCCB: Moral Considerations Regarding the New Covid-1 9 Vaccines
Father, shine your light of Mercy upon your people by protecting us from the coronavirus,
and healing all of those who are afflicted with it. Father, we offer this prayer to you
in the name of your beloved Son, Jesus Christ our Lord! Amen.
Father, we ask that you give all of those serving on the frontlines of our war with the
Coronavirus, especially our health care professionals, wisdom and understanding,
and strength and courage to serve the cause of protecting and saving life.
We ask this in the name of Your beloved Son, Jesus Christ our Lord! Amen.
Televised Mass Schedule
Daily Mass (Including Sundays):
12:00 AM (Midnight)
12:00 PM (Noon)
Diocese of Venice:
Sarasota, Manatee, Desoto, Charlotte, Hardee & Highland counties:
9:30 AM on the CW Network.
Charlotte, Lee, Collier, Hendry, Glades & Desoto counties:
10:30 AM on FOX4.
Click here to view the televised Mass channel guide.
The Florida Catholic newspaper has suspended print publication for the months of April & May, but has made their digital version available at no charge for everyone.
Visit the Florida Catholic Website to view
the latest digital issue of the newspaper.
Assistance with Food & Medicine:
Meals For Seniors (941) 255-0723
(Age 60+, 7 frozen healthy meals per week)
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice:
Grocery Delivery Services:
Many grocery stores have modified hours specifically for senior citizens, please check with their websites for more information.
Prescription Delivery Services:
Restaurant Delivery Services:
Are you sick?
State of Florida:
Florida Catholic Conference:
Diocese of Venice:
Drive-Thru Testing Site:
Charlotte Sports Park
2300 El Jobean Road
Port Charlotte, Florida
Test is for if you have it, not already had it.
No appt or doctor order required.
No charge for the test.
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
By appointment only. Register here.
Donate COVID-19 Plasma:
If you have fully recovered from COVID-19, you may be able to help patients currently fighting the infection by donating your plasma. Because you fought the infection, your plasma now contains COVID-19 antibodies. These antibodies provided one way for your immune system to fight the virus when you were sick, so your plasma may be able to be used to help others fight off the disease.
Visit the FDA Website for more information