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Bishop Wack’s Dispensation on Mass attendance ends June 19

“The time has come to end the dispensation and ensure that all baptized Catholics return to the practice – indeed, the obligation – of attending the celebration of the Eucharist (i.e., Mass) every Sunday and on Holy Days of Obligation. Therefore, the dispensation to attend Mass will end on the afternoon of June 19th. Thus, every Catholic in the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee should celebrate Mass in person beginning on June 20, 2021 (or the Vigil on June 19).”


Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Before I invite you to participate in this year’s Catholic Sharing Appeal, I invite you to join me and your fellow parishioners to make a different commitment or pledge: a pledge to a more prayerful life this year. We can begin simply with the Lord’s Prayer. I also ask that you include the intentions, known or unknown, of your loved ones, fellow parishioners, neighbors, or those throughout our diocese that desperately need your prayerful support. If we do this together, our impact will be profound. In addition to your prayers, I invite you to support the Catholic Sharing Appeal. Doing so is a concrete expression of your faith that reveals itself many times over. With your help, we can fulfill our diocesan mission of living, learning and sharing our faith through our worship, service, teaching, preaching, and charity as faithful stewards and disciples of Jesus Christ.

Sincerely yours, in Christ, Most Rev. William A. Wack, CSC Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee

The Apostolic Penitentiary of the Vatican, which is the dicastery of the Roman Curia that oversees the practice of Indulgences, has issued a Decree granting different options to gain a Plenary Indulgence for the “Year of St. Joseph” that was proclaimed by Pope Francis on December 8, 2020 – the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. The special Year in honor of the Guardian of the Redeemer will last from December 8, 2020 through December 8, 2021 and has been announced in honor of the 150th Anniversary of Pope Pius IX’s proclamation in 1870 of St. Joseph as the “Patron of the Universal Church” (Quemadmodum Deus).

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Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have Mercy on us!

This month of June is a month dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. What does this devotion mean, and why is it so important? I have a few thoughts. One is that this devotion reminds us that Jesus’ heart has been, literally, broken open on the Cross, and that this wound is still there. Even in His resurrection, Jesus still has His wounds. This means that our wounds, when they are opened up to Jesus, can become glorious. They can become reservoirs of Grace, rather than strongholds of bitterness and hurt.


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