Diocese of Orlando will hold annual Blue Mass later this month

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A local Catholic church will hold a service at the St. James Cathedral to pray for first responders.


Later this month, the Diocese of Orlando will hold Blue Mass as a token of gratitude for people in the community who risk their lives to protect others.

A Blue Mass, which represents the blue uniforms that are worn in most of the services, is celebrated across the United States.

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The Diocese of Orlando held Blue Mass in 2020.

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The prayer will be on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 12:10 p.m., and parking is provided for visitors.

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Guests who are unable to attend the service at the Cathedral can access the Blue Mass livestream here.

See the St. James Cathedral location on the map below:

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