We come together as the Church of St. Brendan's to hear the story that God loves us with a love that surpasses all understanding; to break the bread of the Eucharist, so we might be broken as bread in service to others; that through our belief in Jesus we might joyfully go forth knowing that our lives have purpose and we will live forever.
St. Brendan's Catholic Church
245 Dory Passage
Clearwater, FL 33767
(727) 443-5485 | Fax: (727) 442-5896
Welcome to St. Brendan's Catholic Church located in lovely Clearwater, FL.
We hope you find spiritual refreshment and a faith home here in our community. We are a vibrant, active parish focused on growing in our relationship with Jesus Christ and helping others know the love and mercy of our Savior.
New to Clearwater or St. Brendan's? Please pick up a new parishioner registration form at the entrances to the church or from our parish office. We look forward to getting to know you. Community is a gift - relationships create a connection and spiritual nourishment through unity in the Body of Christ. We need your contribution of unique gifts and talents to help us grow and live as disciples of Christ.
Are you a visitor or seasonal resident? We welcome and strongly encourage your participation in every facet of parish life: faith formation, ministries, and social activities. We can benefit from your prayers, talents, and charisms as well.
Explore this website and get to know the thriving community of St. Brendan's. May the peace of Christ be with you, whether this is a visit or relocation to our beaches and parish.
Pope Francis quote of the week:
"The Lord asks us to be merciful. He asks us not to judge. Often, it seems that we have been named judges of others: engaging in gossip, talking behind people’s backs, we judge everyone. The Lord, however tells us not to judge, lest we be judged ourselves. Do not condemn [others], and you will not be condemned. The Lord asks us to forgive, that we might be forgiven. We say it every day in the Our Father 'forgive us as we forgive others' – and if I do not forgive, how can I ask the Father to forgive me?
This is the Christian Life."
-Homily, Daily Mass, September 12, 2014