St James The Apostle Parish

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  • Our Chapel is dedicated to Our Blessed Mother!

Mission Statement

 

St. James the Apostle Parish is called by God to be a Christ Centered Loving family under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, dedicated to proclaiming the Gospel and serving Christ in our Catholic church and in our community.

 

St. James the Apostle Roman Catholic Church

Mass Times

Daily Mass is 8:30AM Mon-Fri
Sunday Vigil 4:00PM
Sunday 8:00, 10:00AM and 1:00PM
Confession: 1:00PM - 2:00PM Saturday's in the Chapel and Monday mornings after daily Mass

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Office Hours

9:00AM until noon and 1:00PM until 4:00PM Monday through Friday
Closed on all Holy Days

Office Phone 727-869-3130

Schools

Bishop Larkin Catholic School:   (727) 862-6981
Bishop McLaughlin High School:   (727) 857-2600

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Parish News!

It's time to register for 2019-20 faith Formation year! Please click on the menu button above for Faith Formation Registration.... Please do not wait to register!!

Faith Formation Calendar for 2019-20 is now available in the menu above.

If you have not downloaded our parish app, please do so right now by following the instructions on the left side of this page! This is a great way to get parish news and announcements!

Please continue to support our St Vincent de Paul Society with either financial support or by bringing in food to the boxes inside the Church.  God bless you all and thank you for your support!

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If you are thinking about converting to the Catholic Faith or already are Catholic but have never received the Sacrament of Confirmation, RCIA is for you.  It is easy! Click on the menu link above for more information, or contact Deacon Mark at by clicking here to set up an interview to determine your needs.

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The Diocese of St. Petersburg acknowledges the pain and suffering victims endure and we recognize the courage that is required to speak about abuse. We express a profound sense of solidarity and concern for victims and when victims come forward, we provide counseling and spiritual assistance, and other support services as deemed appropriate.

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