Bishop radio show addresses faith and science

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Join Bishop Frank J. Dewane, for his monthly radio program on Relevant Radio. "Witnessing Faith with Bishop Dewane," which can be heard at 8:30 a.m., on Friday, Sept. 24, 2021. This month will be a two-part show on Faith and Science featuring guests Michael Dauphinais, Ph.D., who serves as the Fr. Matthew Lamb Professor of Catholic Theology at Ave Maria University, and Stephen H. Thong, Ph.D., serves as Chair, and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Dept of Chemistry & Physics at Ave Maria University. Access to listen to the program is available at https://dioceseofvenice.org/our-bishop/relevant-radio-podcasts. The second part of the series will be available on Friday, Oct. 29.

National Migration Week runs through Sept. 26

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Diocese of Venice promotion for National Migration Week Sept. 20-26, 2021.

National Migration Week 2021 will be held from Sept. 20-26, 2021, in solidarity with the Holy See’s observation of the World Day for Migrants and Refugees Sept. 26. The theme is “Towards an Ever Wider ‘We’” where Pope Francis calls on us to ensure that “we will think no longer in terms of ‘them’ and ‘those,’ but only ‘us’” (Fratelli tutti, no. 35) and this universal “us” must become a reality first of all within the Church, which is called to cultivate communion in diversity. 

In general, National Migration Week is meant to emphasize the ways in which the migration question is important for the Catholic Church in the United States. 

Throughout the Week, the Diocese of Venice posted information about the week and messages of support on its social media platforms.

Puppetry skills taught to young students

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The St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic School 8th grade drama students collaborated with 1st graders by teaching them puppetry skills and reviewed scripts using 1st grade sight words on Sept. 17, 2021 in Naples.

On Sept. 17, 2021, St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic School eighth-grade drama students collaborated to teach first graders puppetry skills and reviewed scripts using first-grade sight words. The Naples students will perform their puppet show skits for the first-grade class when they are ready. The other eighth-grade drama class practiced skits with kindergarten and third graders.

High school college fair a success

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A St. John Neumann Catholic High School students peaks to a representative from St. leo University during a College Fair on Sept. 20, 2021 in Naples.

More than two dozen different colleges and universities took part in the St. John Neumann Catholic High School College Fair in Naples Sept. 20, 2021. It was a valuable opportunity for students to speak in person with representatives and ask questions.

Catechists commissioned

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Father Luis Pacheco, Administrator of St. Paul Parish in Arcadia, commissions catechists on Catechetical Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021.

At Parishes throughout the Diocese of Venice, catechists were commissioned as part of Catechetical Sunday Sept. 19, 2021. These religious educators made a promise to hand on the faith and be a witness to the Gospel. The theme for this year was: “Say the Word and My Soul Shall be Healed.”

Teens participate in coastal cleanup

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Members of the Bishop Verot Catholic High School Environmental Club participated in the International Coastal Cleanup at Lovers Key State Park in Fort Myers Beach on Sept. 18, 2021.

Members of the Bishop Verot Catholic High School Environmental Club participated in the International Coastal Cleanup at Lovers Key State Park, Fort Myers Beach, Sept. 18, 2021.

Students learn about safety

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The St. Mary Catholic Academy School Resource Officer Laura Markeysepaks to a 2nd Grade Class on Sept. 16, 2021 in Sarasota about safety.

Laura Markey, St. Mary Catholic Academy School Resource Officer, visited Erin Fredd’s second grade class Sept. 16, 2021, and a had a lesson on car safety, bike safety, strangers and more. The Sarasota students had an opportunity to ask questions and learn about the great things police officers do for our community.

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