Corpus Christi Chapel

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Current Announcements

Feb 2- Candlemas- blessing of candles

This Tuesday, February 2nd, we celebrate the feast of Candlemass, when our Lord, the "light for the revelation of the gentiles" was presented in the temple. We will bless any candles you have (of predominantly beezwax) at the beginning of the 515pm mass. As the blessing may only be imparted once, those attending at 4pm may stay for the beginning of the 515pm mass for the blessing of candles which occurs before the mass begins. A procession will follow after the blessing around the chapel followed by a sung mass. Although we cannot carry lit candles in the church, feel free to bring the candles you would like blessed to take home with you afterwards. One must sign up for the sung mass at 515pm.  

Published on January 27th, 2021.

Feb 3- Blessing of Throats for health after masses

This Wednesday, Feb 3, after the 4pm and 515pm masses, the blessing of throats, with candles blessed in honor of St. Blaise, will be imparted. 

"By the intercession of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr, may God deliver you from every malady of the throat, and from every other malady; in the name of the Father, and of the Son, + and of the Holy Ghost. R. Amen."

Published on January 27th, 2021.

2020 4th Quarter Report

The following are the total amounts donated in the fourth quarter of 2020 to support our chapel today, and build our permanent home for tomorrow. The totals do not influde the matching pledge of 250k from Dec 12 until Easter. An update on that match will be calculated by the end of January. If met, another 250k will be donated at Easter. Deo gratias! 

2020 Q4 Corpus Christi Chapel Giving by City and Fund
LocationBuilding FundOffertoryTotal
Bonita Springs$258,250$1,040$259,290
Fort Myers$60,793$3,547$64,340
Ave Maria$45,646$6,635$52,281
Marco Island$11,370$2,105$13,475
Lehigh Acres$4,395$1,310$5,705
Cape Coral$2,085$1,665$3,750
Grand Total$517,936$52,099$570,035

Average Sunday & Holy Day Mass attendance for the fourth quarter is up to 508, including: 

St. Agnes & St. William- Naples: 347
Resurrection of our Lord, Ft. Myers: 161

31 new household registrations: More than 2 new households every week through this quarter! (Oct-13, Nov.-7, Dec.-11)

Published on January 16th, 2021.

January 22- day of penance and prayer in reparation for abortion

From the USCCB- "January 22…shall be observed as a particular day of prayer for the full restoration of the legal guarantee of the right to life and of penance for violations to the dignity of the human person committed through acts of abortion."  

Published on January 9th, 2021.

Epiphany House Blessing 2021

  A special Epiphany house blessing can be imparted to houses beginning on the Vigil of the Epiphany, Jan. 5, continuing through Epiphanytide. If you have not yet received this blessing, please sign up here, indicating your address, preferred days and time of day, and provide a phone number to contact you and confirm the visit. We will begin with the homes of those who have never yet received the blessing. Homes previously blessed can have their blessing renewed by the head of
household with the family, with the packets that will be available. Packets will be available at the back of church, containing Epiphany Water, Chalk, Incense and the sheet with the blessing and prayers also available to print here). Any voluntary donation for the packet will be appreciated to cover the cost of the materials. 

Published on January 2nd, 2021.

Blessing of Epiphany Water

  The blessing of Epiphany water will take place on Tuesday, January 5th at 6:00PM in the chapel at St. Agnes. This beautiful and powerful blessing will take about 45 min. We will try to have enough water for everyone, but you are welcome to bring large containers of water (smaller containers should be emptied and filled from one of the big containers after the blessing), as well as any chalk, incense, gold, and myrrh which you wish to have blessed.  
As capacity is limited in the chapel, one must sign up for the ceremony. 

Published on January 2nd, 2021.

Offers by bulletin sponsors

Mr. Douglas Kennell, a Corups Christi parishioner, and one of the latest sponsor added to our email bulletin, has offered to donate $500 to our building fund for any Corpus Christi member who avails themselves of the financing services of his Sovereign Mortgage Investments Inc. 

Real estate agent, Mrs. Mary Rambow, offers to donate at least $500 of commission earned on each real estate transaction from fellow Corpus Christi parishioners.


Published on December 28th, 2020.

A Holy and Merry ChristMass to all!

We would like to wish everyone a very holy and happy ChristMass. To keep Christ in Christmas, we must remember to keep Mass in Christmas. Such is the origin of the term as it is not merely a time to recall his coming, but to truly receive Him present, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity in the Most Blessed Sacrament. For in the Holy Mass he truly comes to "dwell among us" as our Emmanuel ("God with us"), in the altar of Bethlehem ("house of bread"). We should appreciate His Eucharistic birth among us even more at the end of this crazy, challenging year. May we never take Him for granted. He alone is our peace. May God reward all of you for making the mystical body of Corpus Christi continue to grow and flourish. In spite of all the difficulties, our numbers went up, a testimony that we have the victory over this world- our Faith. May we live it even more intensely in this year of 2021 to extend the reign of the new born King. May Christ be born in your hearts in these solemn holydays!
Your very grateful fathers in Christ, 
Frs. Romanoski & Dorsa FSSP

Published on December 24th, 2020.

December 27th: Blessing of wine and spirits in honor of St. John the Evangelist

This Sunday, December 27th, is the feast of St. John the Evangelist. There is a special blessing of wine and spirits From the Roman Ritual for this occasion. Feel free to bring any bottles and they will be blessed at the end of his Mass. Please keep any bottles with you in your pews and we will bless them all and then pass through to sprinkle them with Holy Water. Click here to read a translation and find out more about the tradition behind this blessing.

Published on December 24th, 2020.

Christmas/Octave schedule

The special mass schedule for ChistMass on December 25th will be:

  • 12am "Midnight Mass" (sung)- St. William, Naples. (As St. Williams has mass at 10:00pm, do not come earlier than 11:30pm so that they have time to exit and sanitize the church. A reminder that masks are still required throughout the diocese while at public masses)
  • 8:30am "Mass of Dawn" (sung)- St. Agnes, Naples
  • 10:00am "Mass of Day" St. Agnes, Naples
  • 1:30pm "Mass of Day" Resurrection, Fort Myers

And on the Octave of Christmas, January 1:

Although these Holy Days do not oblige under the current dispensation, we hope all who can will attend these most solemn days. Sign up is required for the masses at the chapel of St. Agnes, as capacity is limited to 95 people. 

A collection will be taken up at all masses on these days, as indicated in the giving envelopes for Sundays and Holy Days.   

Published on December 23rd, 2020.
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