Incarnation Catholic Church Orlando - location page

Incarnation Catholic Church Orlando - location page


I am writing this post as food for thought… At one time someone told my husband and I to go to a place north of our city as they had never cancelled masses. As a matter of fact they added more. By pure coincidence, minutes later I read a post in FB from a priest pointing out how important was for people to be fair with others and think twice before attending parishes that they came to know were open and were not their own; he appealed to think about how our actions could affect that community. (They could contribute to the spread of virus or get them to shut down too). These times are really difficult. They are so difficult that we really got to pray for discernment to act… to share. Everything what we do affect others. We might be justified on seeking good but we also need to think careful if our actions are being good and fair to others... specially to good priests. It’s not about being selfish it’s about protecting what’s left One thing is to spread the word and another one to share with prudence and with prudent people. One thing is telling without anyone asking, another one to share with someone who asks. If someone asks, in these times, WE MUST discern if it’s prudent to share with that person the information we have… and how much of it. In times like these it’s only the Bishop’s place and the Head Priest of a parish to announce their services to the public in general. It’s obvious, that what they want advertised will be found in their webpages and social media channels. What is shared with their registered community is communicated by private announcements only. As I said… food for thought… people like us should know better than to be texting, calling, talking too much. We MUST PROTECT the few holy places left. May God protect our courageous priests and bless us all. *This post you should share* Mystery Babylon's 4 Locations Reveal Her Identity
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Incarnation Catholic Church is a parish of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter. This page is unofficial and was made to facilitate Facebook check-ins.

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Incarnation Catholic Orlando - Church location

[08/09/18]   I remind all that this is an unofficial page with the only purpose being to facilitate Facebook check ins.

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Incarnation Catholic Orlando - Church location

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1515 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 07:50
Tuesday 12:00 - 12:50
Wednesday 18:30 - 19:20
Thursday 12:00 - 12:50
Friday 12:00 - 12:50
Saturday 18:00 - 19:15
Saturday 08:00 - 08:50
Sunday 08:00 - 14:30
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