Catholic Days at the Capitol
During these unprecedented times, through innovation and technology, Catholics can continue to bring their values and voices to political life. To ensure the health and safety of participants in light of the coronavirus, the 2021 Catholic Days at the Capitol will be a virtual event. Previous attendees as well as those who have been unable to attend this annual event in Tallahassee are urged to take this opportunity to participate virtually.
Online activities will begin the afternoon of Tuesday, February 2 with a welcome and legislative briefing on public policy priorities. Virtual activities will continue on Wednesday, February 3, including a rosary with the bishops of Florida and a Defensor Vitae award presentation to a legislator. These online activities will be recorded and available to view by registered participants later in the day or evening if desired. Virtual group meetings with legislators will be scheduled for participants to attend throughout the month of February.
The Red Mass of the Holy Spirit will be celebrated on the evening of February 3 by Bishop William Wack CSC of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee at the Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More, with limited seating capacity. The Red Mass will also be live-streamed for Catholic Days participants and all others who wish to attend remotely.