Thank you for your interest in St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church. Whether you're just visiting us for a brief time, looking for a new parish home, returning to the practice of your Catholic faith or interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church, we're happy you found us. If you're already a parishioner, glad you're here!


   Our Parish Mission:

The people of God in the parish of St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church, in union with our pastor and parish staff, are centered on the Eucharist and are a welcoming and diverse community. We are committed to proclaim the Good News of God's love by developing the spiritual growth of our parish family, encouraging active participation, personal stewardship and community outreach.


Weekend Masses
Saturday Vigil: 4 pm
Sunday, 8 am, 10 am, 4 pm

Weekday Masses
Monday-Saturday 8 am
Divine Mercy & Rosary 7:24 am
Every Friday following the 8:00 am Mass until 9 am
First Friday of the month 9:00 am to 12 noon following 8 am Mass
First Sunday following 10:00 am Mass

Saturday 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
7:24 am prior to weekday Mass
3:30 pm prior to 4:00 pm Saturday Mass
7:30 am prior to the 8:00 am Sunday Mass
Parish Rosary held monthly 


Are you missing the Holy Communion? Why don’t you call us to let us know that you would like to receive Holy Communion? We are here to help you.

We also depend on your prayers and sacrifices. Please do not forget to send your contributions to your Parish.
1.) Offertory for the whole month-one check
2.) Another check for Building fund. This is where we need more money at this time.
     Direct Mailing of Your Contributions:
     St.Luke Catholic Church
     2757 Alderman Rd
     Palm Harbor, Florida 34684 


15th Sunday in Ordinary Time



click here for the readings


Am 7:12-15

Eph 1: 3-14 or 1: 3-10

Mk 6 : 7-13




Gospel Meditation



July 14, 2024—15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

         Once I asked a fallen-away Catholic friend of mine what he remembered about the parish priest from his youth. He said, “He was a gentle, nice guy. Kind of vanilla. Kept to himself.” It struck me that he, perhaps like many, perceive Catholic priests as the following: lonely, harmless, and self-sufficient. As a challenge both to this perception (accurate or not) and to us priests who perhaps feel a pull in that uninspiring direction, stands the mighty image of what we see in the Gospel this Sunday.

        Jesus sent out his apostles, “two-by-two, with power over demons, and without money belts.” Two-by-two: they enjoyed deep fellowship and brotherhood. Power over demons: they were anything but harmless. These men wielded enormous power against evil. Without money belts: they were not self-sufficient. They needed others to help them. Not lonely, but in community. Not harmless but armed with massive spiritual energy. Not self-sufficient, but poor and in need of help.

      This is a challenge to me, and perhaps to all of us, living in a rich, secularized, and individualized culture. Do I embrace my priestly ministry in deep fellowship with other priests? Do I speak and act boldly to drive out evil where it is found? Do I live poorly and simply, trusting in the help of those around me even for basic needs? The fruitfulness of priestly ministry largely depends on these three traits. Let’s pray for all priests — and, by extension, all of us Christians — to live more like Jesus’ communal, poor, and powerful apostles. — Father John Muir ©LPi


Contact Us by telephone or email

      OFFICE 727-786-3648      

      Fax: 727-789-9556

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      Email: Parish Office

      Email: Bulletin

      Email: Youth Ministry

      Email: Website


Office Hours



St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church

2757 Alderman Rd. Palm Harbor, Florida 34684

Parish Staff Contact Information





Important Dates

The main feasts of this month are St. Junipero Serra (July 1), St. Thomas the Apostle (July 3), St. Anthony Mary and St. Elizabeth of Portugal (July 5), St. Maria Goretti, (July 6), St. Augustine Zhao Rong (July 9), St. Henry (July 13), Bl. Kateri Tekakwitha (USA - July 14), St. Bonaventure (July 15), Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (July 16),St. Apollinaris (Junly 20), St. Lawrence of Brindisi (July 21), St. Mary Magdalene (July 22), St. Bridget (July 23), St. Sharbel (July 24), Sts. Joachim and Anne (July 26), St. Peter Chrysologus (July 30), St. Ignatius of Loyola (July 31).

The feasts of St. Benedict (July 11), St. Camillus (July 18),and St. James (July 25) are superseded by the Sunday liturgy.



Parish Calendar of Events




Parish Rosary - hosted by various ministries

Join us in September when we resume this

beautiful event on the 2nd Thursday of each month.  

Parish Bulletin (click on copy to see each bulletin)

  • Sun, Jul 21st

  • Sun, Jul 14th

Daily Scripture Reading

Online Scheduling is just a click away!

Click the logo to access Ministry Scheduler Pro, our online scheduling tool for Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, Altar Servers and Greeters.”




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Attention Ministry Coordinators: Please remember to submit the new Parish Calendar Event Form to Steve Putnam, of the Stewardship Ministry in advance of submitting a Parish Facility Form to Pamela Noll, Parish Office Manager.  Click here for more information or click on the underlined forms to download copies for submission.   

Be sure to check the Parish Events Calendar on the website for all approved events and meeting locations.








Free Resources for the Parish

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Our parish has a new and improved way of communicating with members of the St. Luke family called.......

Look for a personal message

sent as a text or email

promoting all the opportunities to get involved.

Please contact the parish office if you are not receiving the monthly flocknote updates.


School of Faith Reminder

St. Luke's School of Faith Classes 11:15 am to 12:30 pm

Late registrations are still being accepted. Remember, it is never too late to share our Catholic faith with a child, enroll today.

  • If you have any questions call the SOF 727-786-3648, ext. 104.
  • Register for 2023-2024 

Registration information

Just click on the links below and print the forms!

School Calendar for 2023- 2024

Registration Fees for 2023-2024

Family/Household Information

Student Registration Forms  Please complete one form per child.







Bishop Parkes Wants To Stay Connected With You!

Bishop Gregory Parkes has added a new weekly video program to his prolific social media presence. The program is titled, Take Five, Conversations on Faith and Life and it’s a talk show format that features interesting guests from around Florida and around the country. The segments are about five minutes in length and are designed to easily fit into people’s busy schedules. Video segments can be seen on the bishop’s Facebook and Instagram (@BishopParkes), the diocesan YouTube Channel (@DioStPete) or visit www.dosp.org/bishop.

Our Bishop's Bold New Website

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

I am happy to inform you of a news website that is officially launching today that is designed for you. The website is called GulfCoastCatholic.org and it will provide articles that help you to know, live and share the faith.

All of us in Tampa Bay, the Suncoast and the Nature Coast are geographically connected by the waters of our coastline and spiritually connected by the waters of Baptism. Our logo is a visual reminder of these connections.

Whether it’s stories about faith and family or news about our pope and our Church, GulfCoastCatholic.org will provide timely and relevant articles for staying up-to-date with Catholic life.  We will also share stories about people who are Courageously Living the Gospel

I encourage you to subscribe to our free, weekly e-newsletter, the Wednesday Wave. Then, you can stay informed and hopefully inspired

Thank you for your faithfulness and may God bless you and all of your loved ones!

Bishop Gregory Parkes
Bishop of St. Petersburg


How ‘The Chosen’ Changed My Life and Deepened my Catholic Faith. Click "The Chosen" link below to be directed to the site.

 If you haven’t seen “The Chosen,” I’m here to recommend that you do. It’s easily the best Christian-based television show to date. It has changed my life forever. I believe it can do the same for you.


Vote No On Amendment 4

An extremely grave amendment has been placed on the November 2024 ballot that seeks to erase pro-life protections by inserting language into the Florida Constitution prohibiting regulation of abortion. The amendment would allow late-term abortions, and would eliminate laws requiring parental consent and safety protocols for women. The Catholic Church across the state of Florida is urging all Florida Catholics and people of good will to vote “no” on Amendment 4. To learn more, visit www.dosp.org/voteno.




Office of the Chancellor for Canonical Affairs

Prayers and Donations for Ukraine

Various Catholic agencies around the U.S. are collecting donations to assist with the crisis in Ukraine. If you would like to provide financial assistance, please click on any of the following links:

Catholic Relief Services

Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia

Catholic Near East Welfare Association

Aid to the Church in Need – Support for Religious Sisters in Ukraine

Please pray for an end to the senseless violence that has so severely disrupted the lives of our brothers and sisters in Ukraine, as well as their family members throughout the world.

 Click to download Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary for Russia and Ukraine.




Catholic Ministry Appeal

Across the Diocese, nearly 13,000 families have made a commitment online, in the mail or at their parishes. These gifts will fund efforts that nurture spiritual life, embrace God’s call to serve and accompany missionary disciples.


 To learn more about the Catholic Ministry Appeal and the incredible Catholic ministries it supports,         visit dosp.org/catholicministryappeal.

Please give what you can. But please participate. Every family, every person is important. 


To learn more about the Catholic Ministry Appeal and the incredible Catholic ministries it supports,visit dosp.org/catholicministryappeal.

Please give what you can. But please participate. Every family, every person is important. 

Fr. Paul

The Power of Prayer



St. Luke's Prayer Chain (727) 460-9540 


St. Luke Early Childhood Center



Parish Contributions

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2757 Alderman Rd.

Palm Harbor, Florida 34684

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