Fr. Tim Hepburn is a priest of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Georgia, currently serving as Director of the Office of Vocations. After completing his Bachelor of Architecture at Auburn he entered St. Meinrad Seminary where he received his Masters of Divinity and MA. In 2008 he received his license in sacred theology (S.T.L.) from the Angelicum through Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit. Ordained a priest in 1993, he has served his Archdiocese as parochial vicar, pastor, chaplain at the high school and university levels. Nationally and internationally, he has also been active in teen and young adult ministries, priestly formation, conference speaking, preaching and teaching. His constant prayer is that a New Pentecost would awaken as many as possible to the call of a New Evangelization.
St. Catherine Of Siena
1649 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park, Florida 32073
Friday: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tom Edwards makes his home in St. Augustine, FL. Tom and his wife Pam have two adult children--a married son and a married daughter---and eight grandchildren & one great grandson . Tom was born and raised as a Roman Catholic. In 1974, after working several years in retail, Tom resigned from his management position to answer a call to full-time ministry. This step soon evolved into an international mobile outreach of lay Catholic evangelization with an emphasis on the preaching and teaching of the Word of God. His conference speaking, retreats, and the presentation of the Journey into Scripture Parish Mission has been widely received throughout the United States, Belize, England, Wales, Canada, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Kazakhstan, Jamaica, Trinidad, Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Asia, Brazil, and South Africa. Tom’s goal is always to bring the Word of God alive and applicable to one’s life today.
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This radio ministry strives to communicate Christian truth as expressed in Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and in accord with the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. The radio programming we air is to communicate the truth, foster charity, defend justice, spread joy, and foster and confirm among all people the peace which Jesus Christ the Lord brings.
Jean Roach has been active in the Charismatic Renewal since 1974. She serves as a Pastoral Leader to the People of Praise Prayer Group in Gainesville, Fl. She has led an intercessory prayer group for the past 25 years. She is a published Christian writer and believes the Holy Spirit is calling her to lift up the name of Jesus through her publications.
In the past, she also served on the All Florida Catholic Charismatic Commission (AFCCC) and in prison ministry.
In 1996, the Lord called Mary to serve in the ministry of healing prayer, bringing His comfort and healing to the broken hearted and freedom to those in captivity (Is. 61:1). Her desire is that all come to know Christ and receive His gift of salvation. Since 1998, she has served as a short term missionary and teacher, representing Renewal Ministries, with a focus on Eastern Europe, primarily the Czech Republic & Slovakia. She teaches and ministers nationally and internationally on healing prayer and life in Christ as a conference speaker, retreat leader and teacher.
Mary is a certified Spiritual Director and member of the Marian Servants of the Blessed Sacrament. She serves on the All Florida Catholic Charismatic Commission (AFCCC) and as a Pastoral Leader to the People of Praise Prayer Group in Gainesville Fl. Mary's call to healing began in her vocation as a Nurse Practitioner. Mary received her doctorate in nursing and served as clinician and educator for many years.
Most. Rev. Felipe J. Estèvez, Bishop of St. Augustine
Pope Benedict XVI named Auxiliary Bishop Felipe J. Estévez the tenth Bishop of St. Augustine. He was installed on June 2, 2011.
Prior to coming to the Diocese of St. Augustine, Bishop Estévez oversaw the Archdiocese of Miami’s Ministry of Pastoral Services and Lay Apostolate, including youth & young adult ministry, campus ministry, rural life, family life, prison & respect life ministries, airport & seaport ministries, as well as, all the apostolic movements and lay associations.
Bishop Estévez served in the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on numerous Bishop's committees including the Bishops’ Committee on Priestly Formation, Subcommittee on Hispanic Affairs, Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church, the Ad Hoc Committee on Stewardship, The Task Force on Health Care, the Subcommittee for Youth and Young Adult Ministry, and the Committee on Migration and Refugee Services.He was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Miami on Nov. 21, 2003, and ordained to the episcopacy on Jan. 7, 2004. More Complete Biographical Information.
Most. Rev. Felipe J. Estèvez, Bishop of St. Augustine
FFr. Anthony Eseke
Fr. Anthony Eseke was ordained a priest on the 27th of July 1996 for the Diocese of Idah, Nigeria. He holds the following degrees: MAMC International & Intercultural Communications (University of Florida, 2012), M.A. Public Relations (University of Nigeria, 2004), B.A. English (University of Ibadan, 2007), B. A. Theology, and B.A. Philosophy (SS. Peter & Paul Seminary, 1996 & 1992). Although engaged with academics at the University of Florida, he also servs as parochial vicar at St. Augustine Church and the Student Center, Gainesville, Fr. Tony has always created time for his special gift of ministry in music, parish missions, retreat facilitations, motivational talks and counseling. He has remained in high demand due to the testimonies of spiritual healing from participants in his programs which he continues to give thanks to God because it is “not by power, nor by might but by my Spirit, says the Lord of hosts” (Zech.4:6).