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Churches Roman Catholic in Davenport, FL
1.Mary Queen Of The Universe
8300 Vineland Ave
Built by tourists, for tourists, this Roman Catholic Church was built in the 1980's to accommodate the 30+ million visitors to the Central Florida attractions yearly. The Basilica is not a regular parish church, but a tourist ministry that sits on 17 acres and offers a Rosary Garden, multiple Chapels, Museum, Pilgrimage Center, Gift Shop, bronze statues, oil paintings and art from the 16th century as well as amazing stained glass including a Rose window, Universe window, Rosary windows and The Magnificat windows.
2.Saint Rita Ministry
5125 S Apopka Vineland Rd
3.Diocese Of Orlando
50 E Robinson St
4.Ascension Catholic Church
2950 N Harbor City Blvd
We the Catholic Community of Ascension seek to live out our baptismal call through worship, life-long faith formation, community, evangelization, service and outreach to the poor.
5.St John the Evangelist
5655 Stadium Pkwy
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Community will, through worship, education, and action, make God known, loved, and served within and beyond our faith community.
6.St Frances Cabrini Catholic Church
5030 Mariner Blvd
The very fact that you are taking time to include us in your search means a lot to us. In many of the passages of Scripture we read that Jesus passed by and those who became aware of his presence were attracted to him. In our case it seems to be a little like the reverse. It is you who are passing by. Strangers though we may be initially, we hope that our paths will not merely cross without getting to know each other a little more. We appreciate that you want to know something about us. Eventually, we would like to know what prompted you to pause and spend some time with us. But first we want to open the door and invite you in so that we may tell you a little about ourselves.
7.St Gerards Mission Church
3171 U S Hwy 1 Edgewater
We, the Eucharistic communities of Sacred Heart and St. Gerard, being faithful to the Mission of the Church as expressed by the Redemptorist way of life, seek and invite others into an ever deepening relationship with Jesus and with one another.Seeking to build up the Kingdom of God, empowered by the Holy Spirit, nourished by the Sacraments and Prayer, we commit to reaching out to everyone through evangelization, especially to those most in need.
8.Our Lady Of Grace
300 Malabar Rd SE
9.St Mary's Catholic School
1152 Seminole Dr
10.St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
700 Brown Chapel Rd
11.St. Issac Jogues Catholic Chuch
4301 S Chickasaw Trl
12.Good Shepherd Catholic Church
5900 Oleander Dr
I spent many months trying to find a Catholic Church near my house. As I do not drive I needed a church that I could get to by taking the bus or better yet walk to. Well I finally found the perfect church! The church building itself is small and looks like an old fashiond misson church. The surrounding grounds are very nice. The church itself only has the capacity of sitting 500 people at a time. No matter which mass one goes to the church is always full. They are in the process of raising funds to build a larger church in the near future and t looks like they might start building it soon. It all keeps going well. The reason I like this church is because I have found the clergy and the parishioners to be wam, friendly and very Jesus like. Whenever I've needed some information they all have been very kind. And if they couldn't help me themselves they direct would me to someone who would be able to help me. I am a senior citizen but I am very shy and find it hard to communicate with people. So the fact that I feel I can approach anyone at all is a big deal to me. I've been to other churches, Catholic and other christian denominations, but I never felt like I was welcome until I came across Good Shepherd. I have finally made it home again, this time for good!
13.Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
720 12th St
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Community was established as a mission church of St. Mary in 1933. In 1961, the church was given the status of a parish. The community services of the church include Catholic charities offering individual and family counseling, marital counseling, post-annulment and pre-marital evaluations. It also provides Catholic immigration and refugee services. Angels of Mercy provides food, clothing and counseling to the needy. The neighborhood center provides clothing and food and assists the community with utility bills as well as provides emergency assistance with housing. The ministries and organizations of the church offer community services including education and medical facilities.
14.St Mary's Catholic Church
1136 Seminole Dr
15.St. Mary Of The Lakes Catholic Church
218 Oklawaha Ave
16.St. Paul's Catholic Church
1330 Sunshine Ave
17.Queen Of All Saints Academy
20120 Barnett Rd
18.St Stephen Catholic Church
575 Tuskawilla Rd
19.St Anthony The Abbot Catholic Church
20428 Cortez Blvd
20.Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Church
13485 Spring Hill Dr
The Mission Of St. Joan Of Arc Parish Is To Put Jesus First In Our Lives By Seeking To Know Him In Scripture, Encountering Him In Prayer, Celebrating His Presence Among Us In Praise And Worship, And Uniting With One Another In Loving Service. We Invite & Encourage All Members Of Our Parish To Become Active And Participate In Our Parish Ministries. Each Ministry Is Unique And Provides For The Involvement Of Inexperienced And Experienced Parishioners In The Many Different Parts Of Church.
21.St Timothy Catholic Church
1351 Paige Pl
22.St Patrick Catholic Church
6803 Old Highway 441 S
23.St Ann Catholic Church
1265 Robinson Dr
In any history of St. Ann Catholic Church, special recognition must be given to the Bannon family, who came to Haines City from New York at the turn of the century and were true pioneers of Catholicism in Florida. Many years later in 1949, Father Nevin, pastor of St. Joseph in Winter Haven, started the Mission Chapel in Haines City and offered Mass there every Sunday. The chapel was in the annex of the Palm Crest Hotel. A few years later, Father John O'Sullivan and Father Charles Anderson were successively appointed pastor at St. Joseph and they continued the Sunday Mass at the mission in Haines City. Slightly ahead of its time, the local radio station, WGTO, which was located in Haines City at that time, broadcast Sunday Mass for those unable to attend. In 1956, the Diocese of St. Augustine purchased the 12 acres of land that the present church occupies and suggested that the Haines City Mission build a church of its own to accommodate the increasing number of Catholics in the area and the many tourists who come here during the winter months. The church was originally named the Church of the Transfiguration. Several years later after the creation of the Diocese of Orlando and at the request of the pastor and parishioners, Bishop Thomas J. Grady changed the name of the church to St. Ann in honor of the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the mother of our Lord Jesus Christ. In 1978, when Fr. Carlos Aizpun was appointed pastor, planning began for a new and larger church. The church was dedicated by Bishop Grady on November 18, 1984. With continued growth in the Haines City area, it has become necessary to enlarge the present church and construction under the guidance of In a world that has forgotten God, the Church of St. Ann proclaims to all who pass by that we have come to know and love God ; that we will use this church to offer fitting worship to God with Masses and prayers of thanksgiving for the gift of life and for the many other blessings He has so generously bestowed upon us.
24.Corpus Christi Catholic Church
1050 Celebration Ave
Their mission as a welcoming faith community, centered in the Eucharist and guided by the Holy Spirit to do God's will, seek to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ by being good stewards of God's gifts and blessings,thus giving glory and praise to Him.\r \r They are located at Celebration Florida, and have Catholic Mass every day of the week at 9:00 AM, Saturday 4:00 PM and 5:30 PM, and Sunday 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, and 5:30 PM. Sacrament of reconciliation heard 3:00 PM Saturday, or by appointment made with the Pastoral Center.\r \r The Corpus Christi Catholic Church has a Pastoral Center that is open during the week at 10:00 AM, located at the back of the church lot.
25.Catholic Church Matthews
558 Cody Caleb Dr
26.St. Rose Of Lima Catholic Church
140 Pompei Dr
27.St. Rose Of Lima Catholic Church
3860 Pleasant Hill Rd
28.St Matthew Catholic Church
1991 Overlook Dr
After relocating 7 years ago, we "found" St. Matthew's and what a blessing it is!!! This parish is very diverse and includes all ages...many families, active members and activities for all ages! You can be as active or as "laid back" (due to health, etc...) and you are more than welcome! You can feel God's love and feel like you are part of a family and belong, not just a Sunday member! Fr. Charles is great, too! I would highly recommend giving St. Matthew's a try...you will come back!!!
29.Holy Redeemer Catholic Church
1603 N Thacker Ave
30.St Joseph Catholic Church
532 Avenue M NW
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