St. Brendan's Catholic Church
245 Dory Passage
Clearwater, FL 33767
(727) 443-5485 | Fax: (727) 442-5896
Saturday: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Upcoming events; (Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for current information!)
All of May - Sent Ministry collecting diapers, SZ 1, 3, 4
May 7th - 9:30 a.m. - Cancer Support Group
May 9 - 10th - All Masses - CCW carnation sale for Kimberly House
May 12th - 7 p.m. - Book Club
May 17th - 11 a.m. Mass - Confirmation
May 20th, 5 p.m. - Navigator's Meeting
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:
Pope Francis has marked Earth Day by urging mankind not to exploit or manipulate the planet, but instead to safeguard the environment in accordance to God's call.
"I exhort everyone to see the world through the eyes of God the Creator: the Earth is an environment to be safeguarded, a garden to be cultivated," Francis said at the General Audience in St. Peter's Square on Wednesday, Vatican Radio reported.
Francis continued: "The relationship of mankind with nature must not be conducted with greed, manipulation and exploitation, but it must conserve the divine harmony that exists between creatures and Creation within the logic of respect and care, so it can be put to the service of our brothers, also of future generations."
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