Do not be satisfied with little things, because God wants great things!

St. Catherine of Siena

What is Siena House?

As baptized Christians, we are called to go out to the peripheries and encounter Christ.  One of those peripheries is our initiative in Coral Heights. This page describes our efforts to assist the children and families of Coral Heights. This is in response to our pastoral priority to connect our faith to the local community. Our newly acquired property, is located at 3718 139th Avenue North, Largo, FL 33771 .

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Please contact us through the parish website contact form or call the office at (727) 531-7721 and speak with with Sister Rosamunda at ext. 104.



3718 139th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33771

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Monthly Food Distribution

Beginning September 2021, the distribute food takes place every 4th Saturday of the month. Distribution is for those in the High Pointe area.

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How Can I Help?

With the purchase of this house of hope for so many, the needs are quite varied. From the outreach for food and the gardens and the care and maintenance of the property to realize the dream to foster community with our sisters and brothers in Christ. The house will become much more than just food for the body. Our focus is long term and growing.

Sr. Rosamunda and the Community Outreach volunteers distribute items to the Coral Heights neighborhood
on the 3rd Saturday of each month.
Please leave your donations in the wagon located in the church narthex.

Food is desperately needed!  Soups, coffee, peanut butter, jelly, canned meats, tuna, beans, fruits & vegetables, dried pasta, spaghetti sauce, boxed cereals, bagged rice, dried beans, powdered milk, cooking oil, sugar, flour, salt, pepper.  Thanks in advance for helping those in need!




To Better Serve the Coral Heights Community:

Volunteers with pickup trucks on the Friday before the 3rd Saturday of the month to pick up produce and meat from RCS Food Bank in Clearwater and take it to Siena House for food distribution at Coral Heights.

Prayer Meeting (Alpha) Facilitators at the parish on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month.

Instructors to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) at the parish. If you can provide this greatly needed assistance, please call Sr. Rosamunda or the Parish Office to leave your name and contact information.

For the Siena House Community Garden: Potting soil, 50 bags mulch, Crinmum lilies (5 gallon – 3), sea grapes (5 gallon – 1), & rain lily bulbs (25)