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Additional Sunday Mass, 4:30pm at St. William Catholic Church, Naples (Starting June 7)

St. William Catholic Church. 601 Seagate Dr. Naples, FL 34108
Main church, 50% capacity / 400+ people

  • Sunday: 4:30pm (beginning June 7)

Please recall that the guidelines require us to wear masks at Mass. Please observe any other guidelines regarding the pews available for seating. The collection will be taken up after mass, deposited in baskets by the exit. 

Please remember that we are guests in another's church. We are very grateful for this opportunity to have another mass and more space in the Naples area!  

Published on May 28th, 2020.

FSSP priests and deacons to be ordained- June 1st

Please Pray for the new FSSP priests and deacons to be ordained for our North American District on Monday, June 1st in Lincoln Nebraska. Public invitations will not be possible this year, but one can follow the ceremony via at 11am EST. 
Fr. Romanoski will be attending the ordination, and will be away from Sunday afternoon until Wednesday night. 

Published on May 28th, 2020.

For those attending Mass at Resurrection, Fort Myers on Sundays

It will not be necessary to sign up for masses at Resurrection (12:30pm Sunday) as we will celebrate in the main church in the available pews desginated to assure physical distancing. There is room for about 220 people. Families can sit together of course. 
One must enter through the front door (our usual entrance is the back door- which will only be for handicapped) and exit out the side doors. 
Only the bathroom at the front of the church will be available. Those on the side exiting out the halls toward the back are only available if there were some more urgent need. 
Again, the Bishop has asked that one bring one's own mask while at church to be extra careful to not possibly infect someone else who might be more at risk. 
One may kneel for Holy Communion, and is encouraged to do so if one can, but there will ony be pads on the floor and not kneelers available to do so. 

Published on May 23rd, 2020.

Corpus Christi 2020 Summer Camp Cancelled

Dear Corpus Christi families, 
I regret to inform you that it will not be possible to have our 2020 summer camp. Although public masses will be resuming, with certain restrictions, other parish activities are cancelled by the diocese until further notice. We do not know when that will change, and even if it were sooner rather than later, that would give us very little time to plan for the camp, which would still need to pass the approval of our hosts at Royal Palm Academy and would probably be complicated by any other restrictions that would be in place under this gradual reopening. If you have signed up and submitted any payment, and have not yet received an email from me, please let me know at your earliest conveinence, as your payment will of course be fully refunded. 
If possible we hope to attempt some activities with the youth during the summer, for those here and interested and we look forward of course to next year's summer's camp. We will keep you posted.

Published on May 16th, 2020.

Confessions this Saturday (May 23rd) at Resurrection FORT MYERS. 12pm-1pm

Corpus Christi Chapel will hear confessions this Saturday from 12pm-1pm at the Church of the Ressurrection in Fort Myers. Confessions will be heard outside in the parking lot. Please observe the instructions given when you arrive, staying in line in your car until it is your turn to approach. 

Published on May 16th, 2020.

250k pledge matched! Deo gratias! Another 100k matching pledge challenge until June 11

As was previous announced in January, a very generous family gave a donation of 250k toward our building fund and agreed to give another 250k as a matching offer to others in our community from then until Easter. 
Our goal was met! At the end of December we had $800,102.48 in the Savings account and at the end of March $1,061,329.12, thus a total  of 261,226.64‬ was given during that time. 

Inspired by this very charitable example another gentleman has stepped forward to offer another matching pledge challenge of 100k from this time until our patronal feast day of Corpus Christi, June 11th. 

We could not be more grateful for those who continue to give on-line during this time, as the online giving numbers are at their highest ever for the month of this past April. Again, as we have very little operational expenses at this time, most all of these donations can be designated to our building fund, which is not taxed and receives a 4.5% interest rate. In general it is recommended that people donate designated to the building fund at this time, and extra monies in the operational account are periodically being transferred to it as well

We know there are families unable to donate at this time, so please feel no pressure, but for those who are able this is another great chance to reach the goal of your future traditional parish home. 

Please visit the new page on our website for updates as to the general goals and ongoing project, with pictures of other FSSP apostolates like our own that have already built there phase 1 building, and who will serve us as a model for our own at

Published on May 9th, 2020.

Confessions- Saturday, May 16th. St. Agnes 5pm-7pm

Dear Corpus Christi Chapel faithful, 
This coming Saturday, May 16th, we will make the sacrament of confession available at St. Agnes from 5pm-7pm. The current guidelines are to do so while maintaining appropriate distancing to avoid any possible spread of germs, whereby they will be heard outside as we have done previously. Please remain lined up within your cars until it is your turn to approach for confession. 
Likewise, we are also available for any private sacramental appointments by request.

Published on May 9th, 2020.

How to pray the Traditional Latin Mass. Interview of Fr. Romanoski with TAN books

While we pray Mass virtually, and await the forthcoming permission for public masses in our diocese, let us review what the saints have taught us on how to most efficaciously pray the most divine prayer of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Fr. Romanoski explains what tradition teaches us on the topic 

Published on May 9th, 2020.

Churches opening up for private visits to our Eucharistic Lord

Per the Bishop's latest instructions, churches in the diocese of Venice are free to open up during set hours for private visits to the Blessed Sacrament, observing the guidelines given at each church. The times and guidelines at St. Agnes are listed in the photo attached. Other churches will post their own visitation hours and guidelines on their respective websites, during this phase 1 of reopening.
Please check our website under news, for any forthcoming announcements from Corpus Christi Chapel, if more sacramental possibilities become available in this phase. In the meantime Corpus Christi attends it's members personally by request for any sacramental needs, in addition to the periodic penance services at St. Agnes, and the weekly Sunday distribution of Holy Communion at Ave Maria (945-1015). Private ceremonies (less than 10 people) for the sacrament of baptism are also possible now. Please contact us if you have any further questions or sacramental needs.
Published on May 2nd, 2020.

2020 1st Quarter Report - UPDATED

The following are the total amounts donated in the first quarter of 2020 to support our chapel today, and build our permanent home for tomorrow. (Previously published numbers did not include a number of online transactions. This update includes all giving - in offertory baskets, by mail, and online.)

2020 Q1 Corpus Christi Chapel Giving by City and Fund
LocationBuilding FundOffertoryTotal
Ave Maria$9,901$8,255$18,156
Fort Myers$3,837$3,602$7,439
Marco Island$3,734$2,795$6,529
St. Agnes$1,063$5,441$6,504
Cape Coral$4,555$1,805$6,360
Bonita Springs$2,425$2,120$4,545
Ressurection Offertory$359$1,482$1,841
Lehigh Acres$820$950$1,770
Total Result$192,130$42,304$234,434

Average Sunday & Holy Day Mass attendance for the first quarter of 2020: 

St. Agnes, Naples: 282
Resurrection of our Lord, Ft. Myers: 109

17 new household registrations: More than 1 new household every week through this quarter!

Published on April 25th, 2020.
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