Two nuns named Elizabeth spark joy at St. Vincent Ferrer
As a business owner on George Bush Boulevard in Delray Beach, I would like to share my concerns about St. Vincent’s Church festival that takes place each spring.
To the best of my knowledge this event is a family outing. I don’t feel that the serving
Every year police and firefighters honor those who have died in the line of duty with a Blue Mass. The event is also a celebration of their faith and service to the community. ABOVE: (l-r) Boynton Beach Fire Chiefs Kathy Cline and Latosha Clemons, De
He was one of dozens of kids taking part in non-contact sports games.
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against rival St. Vincent Ferrer, which was previously undefeated. Gulf Stream School goalie Tyler Zankl (center)
runs with teammates (l-r) Landon Brady, Char
St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church members Quinn Doyle, 11, and Deena Rizzo, 7, have fun on the bumper cars during the 45th Annual St. Vincent Ferrer Parish Festival in Delray Beach on Feb. 24.
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By Tim Pallesen
Catholics were few in number when the Delray Beach Catholic Women’s Club started the first parish.
St. Vincent Ferrer Church celebrated its first Mass at the old Delray Theatre in 1941.
Today, the region from Boynton Beach to Boca Ra
Brittany Carrillo, a Palm Beach County fire cadet, places the American flag at the side of the altar during a ‘Blue Mass’ held at St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church in Delray Beach. The Mass was held to honor both the ongoing service of local polic
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