Welcome to
St. Faustina Catholic Church, Clermont, FL

It is a blessing that we come together on our Website, whether you are a current parishioner in our congregation, a visitor to Central Florida, seeking your away-from-home church while on vacation, or a seasonal parishioner who visits us here in Clermont, Florida during certain seasons of the year.

No matter who you are or where you come from,

We want you to feel like you are a part of the St. Faustina family immediately, and hope you will take advantage of all our Sacraments and Ministries available at St. Faustina. Depending on where you are on your spiritual journey, we hope you will take advantage of our many Sacraments, such as Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Communion, Holy Orders/Vocations, Reconciliation or even Marriage.

For the young folks in your family, we offer a rich selection of Faith Formations, such as Religious Education Classes.

St. Faustina Catholic Church Clermont, FL - Exterior and sign

Are You Looking for a Catholic Church near Disney World?

You have now found a Catholic Church near Disney World. We’re pleased to welcome visitors from around the world, who visit Walt Disney World® Resort, here in Central Florida. While we’re located in Clermont, Florida, we are very near the Orlando area, and offer a welcoming parish for all who seek to celebrate their faith at mass.

Our location in Clermont, Florida is very convenient for those in the Tourist areas around Disney World.  We’re located very close to Disneyworld, as you can see by the GOOGLE MAP HERE. Parishioners on our Hospitality ministry will welcome you and your family. Let us be your Central Florida Catholic church.

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Stay in touch with all the activity at St. Faustina via an app on your phone. CLICK HERE to get the details.
Or Text:  APP to phone number 55321 to download the app today.


Our St. Faustina web site has a new page, an Events Calendar that features all the parish’s monthly activities on one page.  The events for September have been posted on our Events Calendar   CLICK HERE to see what is going on in our parish.


Bring your furry, feathered, reptile (and/or fish)-scaled, or any other pet you cherish to the parish’s first Blessing of the Animals in our our new home on Sunday, October 1st, at 1:00 pm, in the parking lot.

A time-honored tradition here at St. Faustina, and throughout the Catholic Church, Deacon Cris will be on hand to bless your pride and joys as we also honor St. Francis  of Assisi, whose Feast Day
is October 4.

Next year, 2024, Father will lead an 11-day pilgrimage to Warsaw, and Medjugore, Poland, September 9-19, 2024, to visit the convent of Saint Faustina and the home and church of Saint John Paul II.  Visits to the Shrine of Our Mary Immaculate, the Shrine of our Lady of Czestochowa, as well as the Divine Mercy Shrine and St. Mary’s Basilica Cathedral in Krakow are just a few more of the many highlights of this life-changing trip.  For the complete itinerary, cost, and all other information, please go to:           https://stfaustina.org/ministries/pilgrimage-to-poland/

If you would like to donate flowers as a Weekend Mass Praise & Tribute, please contact Joe Seddio in the parish office
at jseddio@stfausttina.org.  This is a stunning way to honor loved ones and occasions!

You may have heard that St. Faustina Catholic Church will soon celebrate a long-awaited Ministry Fair and Celebration Event.  This event will occur during the weekend following St. Faustina’s Feast Day, which is October 5th.
That’s right: save the date for our parish-wide celebration after each Mass on Saturday and Sunday, October 7th and 8th  on St. Faustina Catholic Church’s lawn!

During this spectacular occasion we will host such activities as:

St. Faustina’s Ministry Showcase, International Food and Festival Bake Sale, Caring Crafters Ministry Platform,
Youth Ministry Emphasis (with a Pumpkin Sale…?!), Various Raffles,
Leaders who can answer parish-related Questions,  Numerous Activities and Informational Pieces

Also, if you’d like to be involved we’d love to hear from you!
Please respond to: jseddio@stfaustina.org with your interest.

This festivity is the perfect way for your family and you to find friends and the many ways to serve Jesus and St. Faustina.
Please make plans to join us on October 7 and 8!

The Knights have purchased a Memorial Monument commemorating the Unborn. You can participate in this fundraiser by purchasing a brick commemorating your loved ones and or yourself. The cost of the brick is $100.00.  A total of 229 bricks have been sold as of early November.  Don’t miss out on this historic opportunity.  For additional information please CLICK HERE for details.

OUR CATHOLIC APPEAL (Please CLICK HERE for information on our parish’s OCA assessment)

CLICK HERE to see all the CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS from Jan. 9, 2022 to the completion of our new church

Construction Image with Text: Our Journey to Our New Home. Westgate Inn, 1st Mass, September 30, 2006; Homers, 1st Mass, December 24, 2006; 192 Strip Mall (Zak's), 1st Mass, December 24, 2010; Glenbrook Commons, 1st Mass, December 19, 2015; 15551 N. Boggy Marsh Road, 1st Mass, February 4, 2023.

Bequests For Our St. Faustina Parish
After considering the needs of your family and loved ones, you can make a bequest of your remaining assets to St. Faustina Catholic Church.  Your bequest could be a set amount of money, a portion of your estate, or valuable collections you’d like to donate.

To observe the best method for naming St. Faustina in your will or trust, please ask your attorney to use the following terminology:

I give, devise, & bequeath (amount, article, stock, etc.)
to Bishop John Noonan, as Bishop of the Diocese of Orlando, and his successors in the office, for the use of St. Faustina Catholic Church
15551 N. Boggy Marsh Rd. Clermont, FL 34714

As always, “thank you” for your continued support of our St. Faustina parish in everything that you do.

Meet the Pastor

Father Ramon Bolatete, Pastor
352-515-9297Picture of Father Ramon Bolatete, Pastor
For more about Father Ramon
and our St. Faustina parish staff,

Parish Mission

OUR MISSION:  St. Faustina is a parish family inspired by the Holy Spirit and called to reflect God’s Divine Mercy through a responsible stewardship of time, talent and treasure in the context of ministry.

Our Parish Stewardship Prayer

O good and gracious God, we praise and thank you for the countless blessings you have bestowed upon us since the foundation of this great parish. We stand in gratitude for a beautiful building we can call our own, where worship celebrations and the administration of sacraments and ministries duly take place.

As we transition into our own place of worship, may we remain worthy stewards and willing instruments of your mercy, healing and peace to the world around us. May visitors, pilgrims and friends feel the welcome and warmth of a growing faith community here at Lake County.

May our parishioners, benefactors and associates be blest with generous and loving hearts to collaborate and work together in harmony for the growth and increase of this faith community. Jesus, I trust in you, Jesus, I trust in you, Jesus I trust in you. St. Faustina, apostle of mercy and our patroness, pray for us!

Our New Home

On Saturday, February 4, 2023, we moved into our new home on 15551 N. Boggy Marsh Road, Clermont, Florida, 34714.  All Masses, parish office hours, Religious Education classes, and ministries, as well as all other parish-related business, will be conducted from this address.  All mailings should be addressed to the above mentioned address.

Please continue to support the debt reduction fund of our new spiritual home.

Google Map of new Church Location: 15551 N. Boggy Marsh Road.

Opportunities to Pray Together

There are several opportunities for us to pray together as a parish family during the course of the day, the week, and the month.  Please consider joining us for any, or all, of the following:

Daily Rosary after the 8 am Mass

Wednesday Holy Hour from 3 pm until 4 pm

Friday Night Holy Rosary every Friday at 7 pm in the church

First Friday Adoration, 8:30 am to 9:30 am after the morning Mass

Decade of the Day Rosary  Are you willing to spend five minutes of your day saying ONE DECADE of the ROSARY?  In this program you and your Decade are combined with 19 others saying their Decade each day.  A full 20 Decade Rosary is offered up every day and you are a part of it. As a member of this program you and your intentions, which are your own, are remembered in several churches and shrines around the country.
If you are interested please email:  office@stfaustina.org.
For more information, please go to our St. Faustina web page at:  Decade A Day – St. Faustina Catholic Church – Clermont (stfaustina.org)

Maria Rosa Mystica–First Thursday of each month, Maria Rosa Mystica ministry, from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM in the church.  We pray for the Pope, priests, deacons, the religious, and for the increase of religious vocations. For more information please see their web page at: Maria Rosa Mistica – St. Faustina Catholic Church – Clermont (stfaustina.org)

 Immaculate Heart of Mary First Saturday Rosary–after the 8 am Mass, from 8:30 to 9:00, to pray for peace, understanding, comfort, and the healing of all peoples. For more information please see their web page at: Our Lady of Fatima – First Saturday Rosary – St. Faustina Catholic Church – Clermont (stfaustina.org)

To learn more about our Catholic Faith, please go to the EWTN website at: Catholicism – Faith, Resources & Practices for Catholic Followers | EWTN

THE SIGN OF THE CROSS is who we are as followers of Christ.  Sometimes when something is repeated over and over and over again, it loses its meaning.  Such could be the case with the Sign of the Cross. For us as Catholic Christians, it should be a reverent prayer, one to be reflected upon as we make the sign and say the most holy words: “In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, Amen”… (which means, “I Believe.”)

To see a couple of articles on what Pope Francis says about the “Sign of the Cross”, please go to:
Pope on Sign of the Cross – Aleteia   and/or   The sign of the cross is our badge, Pope Francis says | Catholic News Agency

Holy Days of Obligation for 2023
In addition to Sundays, the Holy Days of Obligation in the Diocese of Orlando for 2023 are:

Wednesday, Nov. 1       All Saints Day
(Masses at 8:00 am and 7:00 pm-Bilingual)
Friday, Dec. 8                Feast of the Immaculate Conception
(Masses at 8:00 am and 7:00 pm-Bilingual)
Monday, Dec. 25           Christmas

Non-Holy Days of Obligation for 2023

Tuesday, Nov. 2            All Souls Day
(Mass at 8:00 am and 7:00 pm-Bilingual)
Thursday, Nov. 23        Thanksgiving (Mass at 10:00 am (only)
with Blessing of the Food

Today’s Readings

The National Shrine
of The Divine Mercy

For information, daily messages and schedules regarding the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy, please CLICK HERE.

St. Faustina History

Learn more about St. Faustina. She is closer than you think.

CLICK to Learn More about St. Faustina and the history of our parish.

For Your Safety…
Please bring hand sanitizer for use before Communion.
Baskets are now passed during Mass, but there will be no handshakes of peace.
There is Holy Water at all fonts.
All meetings must be scheduled in advance.

Notice from Orlando Diocese
It has come to our attention that individuals may be receiving texts or emails from clergy or leaders within our parish asking for gift cards or financial assistance with travel. Please know that the Diocese does not allow anyone to solicit financial contributions or assistance for an individual or approves of solicitation for personal business as a representative of the Church. If you are approached by a leader, whether clergy, employee or volunteer, within your parish for any cause regarding financial assistance and you choose to respond, always require a contract and receipt upon completion of the transaction.