St. Francis
Old Catholic Church

St. Francis of Assisi in Dunedin

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St. Francis of Assisi is now in Dunedin. Our new location is:
545 Wood Street, Dunedin, FL 34698
(Site of the Church of Christ Historic Building)
phone: 727-641-1181

Rev. Fr. Robert Swick

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"Lord, teach me the art of small steps. I'm not praying for miracles and visions, I'm only asking for strength for my days. Make me clever and resourceful to seize at the right moment the knowledge and experiences that concern me particularly. Teach me how to properly dispose of my time. Give me the sense to distinguish what is essential and what is secondary. I pray for strength, self-control and moderation, so that I do not let myself be carried away by life, but to live my days reasonably. Help me to cope as well as possible with the here and now and to recognize the present time as the most important. Save me from the naive belief that everything in life has to go smoothly. Give me the sober recognition that difficulties and failures are just a natural part of life, through which we grow and mature. Make me a man capable of feeling for those who suffer. Do not give me the things I desire, but the things I need. Teach me the art of small steps."

Prayer attributed to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Listed to Elvis Presley's Song


Our Savior's Death on the Cross

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We come together to love God and our neighbors as we love ourselves.
We serve God in our community and commit ourselves to grow spiritually and live the Gospel message.

WE CELEBRATE THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS:

Eucharist Baptism Confirmation Reconciliation Matrimony Holy Orders Anointing of the Sick
Recognizing that the sacraments are a means to God's mysterious, inclusive, and abundant grace;
and that God withholds that grace from no one, we bar no one from any sacrament.
Fully embracing Jesus' declaration in John 10:10, "I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly,"
The Old Catholic Church takes seriously its task to proclaim the gospel of freedom and life in the Risen Christ.
These are indeed the cornerstones of The Old Catholic Church identity and mission.