Stay Connected & Up-to-date on our Email Lists:
The Bulletin: Early each Sunday morning before mass, we send an easily-readable digital version of the bulletin via email. Add yourself to the list and stay up-to-date as we establish our community.
Other Groups: Emails on an as-needed basis for those interested Adult Cathechesis, Women’s Group, Men’s Group, Young Adult group, etc. (Ususally about 2 per month.)
Knights of Columbus Council Formation Meeting
All men, ages 18 and over, are invited to our first Knights of Columbus Council Formation Meeting on Thursday, December 13th at 7 PM. Membership is not required to attend. Join us to discuss how we can work together with our priests to support Corpus Christi Chapel through the formation of our very own Knights of Columbus Council.Food and refreshments will be served. RSVP to Jason Staas at [email protected]
Perpetual Adoration at St. Agnes
Perpetual adoration is beginning soon at St. Agnes Church. Please sign up for your preferred weekly time. A "test run" will begin from Wednesday 9:00 A.M. through Friday at 9:00 P.M., and will hopefully grow to cover all 7 days of the week. Sign up by email with St. Agnes at [email protected]
Rorate Sung Mass by Candlelight
This Saturday, December 15th, daily Mass will begin 15 minutes earlier, at 6:30 A.M., in order to align the Rorate Sung Mass by candlelight with the dawn.
Christmas Mass Schedule
Christmas Tues, Dec. 25th
Naples Midnight Mass (High, Sung) 12:00 AM
Naples Dawn Mass 8:45 AM
Naples Day Mass 10:30 AM
Ft. Myers Day Mass 1:15 PM
Octave Day of Christmas Tues, Jan. 1st
A Holy Day of Obligation
Naples 8:30 AM
Naples 10:00 AM
Ft. Myers 1:15 PM
The Legion of Mary
Our first weekly meeting for Legion of Mary Active members was held on Tuesday, November 27th between 3:30pm-5pm in the Bride/Confession Room of St. Agnes' Chapel.
If you are unable to attend the weekly Tuesday meetings before Mass please consider supporting the Active members in prayer by becoming an Auxiliary member. Legion of Mary Auxiliary members commit to praying 5 decades of the rosary everyday along with the Legion of Mary Tessera prayers. (Yes, if you already pray the daily rosary, that rosary counts for Auxiliary membership and all you have to do is pray the Tessera prayers.)
If you have an questions please email [email protected]
Supervision of Children: Respect for St. Agnes' Grounds
On behalf of St. Agnes Church, our very gracious host, please ensure that your children are supervised by an adult while playing outside, and that they are not standing on the running water feature outside the chapel. Thank you kindly for your cooperation.
Young Adults', Ladies', & Men's Group Resume in January
Chapel groups will take a break this month in light of the busy Chapel schedule, as well as the schedules of our families and gracious hosts.
Fr. Romanoski Away
Fr. Romanoski will be away until December 4th. He can still be reached by email or phone, but please direct ordinary affairs to Fr. Passo.
The following are the total amounts donated in October to support our chapel today, and build our permanent home for tomorrow.
Building Fund: $27,905.00
Total Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary
33 day preparation for Total Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary should have begun on November 5th to end on December 8th (November 9th for December 12th). Purchase the book, or follow online at fisheaters.com/totalconsecrationmontfort.html
Update on the KofC Group Formation
We are nearing the required minimum members for the formation of our own Knights of Columbus organization. Many men in our community have expressed their interest and only a few more men, aged 18 and up, are needed. Any Knight or man interested please contact Jason Staas at (239) 271-7782 or [email protected]
Donuts & Donations
Please leave a donation for donuts if your kids are going to eat them after Mass in front of the main church at St. Agnes. All are welcome to partake and it is only a suggested donation.
Mondays for Life
Please join our weekly “Mondays for Life” prayer vigils each Monday from 9 to 10 A.M. outside of the Naples Planned Parenthood at 1425 Creech Road. Our priests will lead us in the Rosary as we pray for babies at risk of abortion, their mothers, and all people who impact the lives of these innocent victims.
Men’s Holy Hour of Reparation
Some Corpus Christi faithful who live in Ave Maria are meeting at Ave Maria Parish at 8:00 PM on Mondays to pray the Holy Hour of Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The prayer group is for men only. The intention of the Holy Hour is in reparation for blasphemy and sacrilege against the Holy Eucharist and the Holy Priesthood in addition to other personal intentions. For any interested, please contact Dr. Joseph Burke: [email protected]
Please Don’t Feed The Priests!
Just kidding. The fathers are very grateful to everyone who brings them meals. Currently organized by Jessica Woods, those regularly providing meals would like to expand to a two-week rotation. Please consider sharing the bounty of your table with our Priests. Visit CorpusChristiFSSP.com/food for details or email [email protected]
Total Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary
Join us on after Mass on Wednesdays from 6:10 PM. to 6:30 P.M. for an exposition of the book "True Devotion to Mary" by St. Louis de Montfort in preparation for total consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary on the feast of the Immaculate Conception on December 8.
Catequesis en Español
Este miércoles no habrá catequesis en español, debido a la misa cantada y devociones en honor del Inmaculado Corazón de María. Se suspenderá hasta próximo aviso, ya que se sustituirá, a partir del 29 de agosto hasta el 8 de diciembre, con la preparación para la consagración total mariana, que comenzará a las 630pm con el rezo del santo rosario, y en seguida la plática a las 7pm. Favor de contactar a la Sra. Ma. Jordana 305-281-9735 o a la Sra. Nile Costa 561-234-6277 para registrarse.
Please Consider Becoming an Usher
We Need a Few Good Men
Being an usher is a great privilege and responsibility. They are, in part, an extension of our priestly ministry among the people and the care of the Church of God. We thank those who have volunteered and ask that more men consider helping with this role. Those interested, contact [email protected].
Those wishing to register their household with Corpus Christi Chapel may now do so using the simple online form available at our website: CorpusChristiFSSP.com/registration A paper form is also available at the back of the chapel and may be mailed or brought to the office at St. Agnes. Those wishing to remain officially registered at another territorial parish, but to be considered active members of Corpus Christi should contact Father Romanoski.
Official Facebook Page
An official page for our chapel with photos from our first year, has been set up and will be maintained at facebook.com/corpuschristifssp Translations to English by Fr. Romanoski from Fr. Salesman's “Vidas de Santos” (Lives of the Saints) are being posted on our page. It is a wonderful, concise illustrations of the saints that we honor in our holy liturgy.
Android App Available
Developed by a young man in our community, a Corpus Christi app for Android smartphones is now available. Learn more and download the app here.
FSSP Monthly Missive
Sign up for the FSSP Monthly Missive, which contains all the top stories from the past month, a sneak peek at the upcoming Memento newsletter, and more. Visit FSSP.com/the-missive/ for more details and to sign up.
The Confraternity of St. Peter
The Confraternity of St. Peter is a sodality of members who wish to unite themselves to the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter and aid in the work of our fraternity, primarily by their prayers. You can learn more and enroll yourself at: fssp.com/enroll-in-the-confraternity/.
Chapel Community Groups
- Men’s Group
- Ladies’ Group
- Young Adults’ Group
- Adult Catechesis
- Men’s Schola
- Boys’ Schola
- Women’s Schola
- Girls’ Schola
- Mixed Choir
- Acolyte Training
For more information about these groups, view our up-to-date event calendar and sign up for email alerts about any groups that interest you.
Offertory & Building Funds
Online donations, both one-time and recurring, are now available at CorpusChristiFSSP.com/donate. Checks should be made out to Corpus Christi Chapel and sent to 7775 Vanderbilt Beach Rd. Naples, FL 34120. If you have general questions regarding giving, please contact Diane via email. If you wish to transfer your automatic giving from Christ the King Parish you will need to end it by contacting them, and sign up with Corpus Christi Chapel. Unfortunately, it is not possible to automatically move your recurring donations.
Sunday, the 18th: Sixth Resumed Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday, the 11th: Fifth Resumed Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday, the 4th: Fourth Resumed Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday, the 21st: The Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 14th: The Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 7th: The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 23rd: The Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 16th: The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 9th: The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 2nd: The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 19th: The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 12th: The Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 5th: The Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 22nd: The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 15th: The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 8th: The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 1st: The Most Precious Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ
Sunday, the 17th: The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 10th: The Third Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 3rd: The Second Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 20th: Pentecost Sunday
Sunday, the 13th: Sunday after the Ascension
Sunday, the 6th: The Fifth Sunday After Easter
Sunday, the 22nd: The Third Sunday after Easter
Sunday, the 15th: The Second Sunday after Easter - Good Shepherd Sunday
Sunday, the 8th: The Octave of Easter
Sunday, the 1st: Easter Sunday
Sunday, the 18th: Passion Sunday
Sunday, the 11th: The Fourth Sunday in Lent
Sunday, the 4th: The Third Sunday in Lent
Sunday, the 18th: The First Sunday in Lent
Sunday, the 11th: Quinquagesima Sunday
Sunday, the 4th: Sexagesima Sunday
Sunday, the 21st: The Third Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday, the 14th: The Second Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday, the 7th: The Feast of the Holy Family
Sunday, the 24th: The Vigil of the Nativity
Sunday, the 17th: The Third Sunday of Advent
Sunday, the 10th: The Second Sunday of Advent
Sunday, the 3rd: The First Sunday of Advent
Sunday, the 19th: The Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 12th: The Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, the 5th: The Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost