Please note: Until further notice, our priests will be offering Mass for the intentions of the faithful without the community present. A concelibrated private daily Mass will be offered at 8:30 am for both daily Mass intentions.
Concelibrated Sunday Masses for all Sunday Mass intentions will be offered at both 8:45 am and 10:30 am.
We are recording and livestreaming (via Facebook) our 8:45 am Sunday Mass and our 8:30 am Wednesday Mass which will appear above on a weekly basis.
If you would like to view Bishop Barron's daily Mass, please visit Word on Fire's website.
An Act of Spiritual Communion
My Jesus, I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there
and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.
Presently, we have three options to assist with offertory:
- Please drop off your offering at the Parish Office during our temporary hours of 10:00 am-2:00 pm
- Mail your offertory to the parish (3050 N Hwy A1A, Indialantic, 32903)
- Sign up for electronic/online offertory through our provider, Vanco.
If you have any questions, please contact Donna Lonski, Accounts Receivables, at 321-773-2783, x114.
Dear Parishioners of Holy Name of Jesus, Once again, I hope this note finds you and your family healthy and doing well in the midst of these uncertain times during the COVID-19 outbreak. On behalf of our priests, deacons and our entire staff, we miss you greatly and ... Read More »
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Please Pray the Rosary
Please follow these links to help guide you through praying the rosary:
Holy Name of Jesus is located in Indialantic, Florida (Brevard County), serving a thriving and vibrant central space coast, beachside community. We are a community of love in Jesus Christ, rooted in discipleship. We continually strive to respond to the ever changing needs of the People of God, to help each person grow in faith and to reach out to those in need.
Holy Name of Jesus has over 4000 parishioners with a large and diverse congregation of professionals, military personnel, young families and retirees. We have over 80 ministries serving our local community in parish and family life, evangelization, worship, service & outreach, adult and elementary faith formation, administration, social and school. Our School educates over 250 students and is a fully accredited pre-K through 8th grade Catholic School. Our campus includes a Life Center, containing the parish offices, library, meeting hall and conference rooms. Also on campus are a Gift Shop, St. Vincent de Paul Assistance Center and Thrift Store.
For more information, please don't hesitate to contact us at 321-773-2783, [email protected] or drop by our Life Center Office during the week, between 8:30 am-4:00 pm (Summer hours: 8:30 am-1:00 pm; Friday closed). Or, if you come and visit us on a Sunday, please take time to stop by our Welcome Center which you will find near the Church entrance after all Masses.
Introduction and Overview
We are blessed to have been selected as one of the 12 parishes involved in the Next Generation Parish Initiative within the Diocese of Orlando. A multi-year plan, this initiative will allow us here at HNJ to grow both spiritually and physically for generations to come!
Parish Purpose Statement
Nourished by the Sacraments, our parish mission is to share the love of God and an understanding of joyful discipleship to nurture and inspire our families to live their Catholic faith in Christ each day.
A Letter from your Pastor
Dear Holy Name of Jesus Parishioners,
The seven Bishops of Florida, including our own Bishop John Noonan, gathered for a conference this morning. After prayerful counsel, they decided in a joint declaration for all of the dioceses throughout Florida to embrace the following precautionary measures in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our region. These precautions go into effect at the end of day today, Wednesday, March 18. A detail of these precautions are listed in the attached pastoral letter from Bishop Noonan, but ultimately the overview is this:
- Regularly scheduled celebration of Masses and other liturgical events for the faithful in parish churches and other public sanctuaries (shrines & chapels) are suspended until further notice.
- Visitation to the churches to pray is also suspended.
- Any parish event or ministry event (prayer groups, studies) are suspended or postponed.
- Priests will celebrate daily Mass for the intentions of the faithful albeit without their presence (Mass intentions will be offered in private Masses).
- Priests and other staff while exercising prudence will be available to the faithful at the parish offices. Holy Name of Jesus will be incorporating office hours of 10am to 2pm, Monday through Friday for pastoral and administrative needs.
Also, Holy Name of Jesus will be offering our Easter gift to the parish a bit earlier than planned. All parishioners will have access to the online resource FORMED.org which markets itself as “Catholic Faith, on demand. Get thousands of movies, programs, audio and books instantly.” This is a Catholic resource that will assist you and your family during the physical time away from the church community. Please sign up for immediate use:
- Visit FORMED.org
- Click Sign Up
- Select “I Belong to a Parish or Organization”
- Find your parish by name or zip code
- Enter your email – and you’re in!
In these uncertain times, focus on what is certain: Jesus Christ is King and Victor. He is the Good Shepherd that will lead us out of the darkness of sickness, fear and anxiety into the green pastures of faith, hope and love. Please pray for one another, especially those sick with this virus and pray that the virus will soon subside so that we can once again go back to our regular scheduled events and worship. Until then, please be faithful in practicing safety precautions for the benefit of you, your family and others. May God bless us all and bring us peace.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Fr. Scott Circe, Pastor of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Community
Visit our Book & Gift Shop
Regular Shop Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm; Saturdays: after Vigil Mass; and Sundays 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and after the 5:00 pm Mass.
Shop Number: 321-777-0816
Location: Our entrance is off of the Atrium – located between the Church and Life Center.
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