The Cathedral of St. Paul was filled with the sound of the magnificent new organ for “The First Noel.”
In these final days of Advent of 2021, I am ever mindful of the great hope that the birth of Christ is for us.
My sisters and brothers, tonight, we solemnly bless the new Anna Catharine Grace Memorial Pipe Organ.
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School Boy Scout Troop 237 and Cub Scout Pack 237 hosted Breakfast with Santa.
Dozens of children, parents, and others attended the Birthday Party for Jesus.
Jack Burke, a junior at John Carroll Catholic High School, recently completed his first marathon.
Showing trust in God’s continued blessings, OLS parishioners bring pledge cards on Tithing Sunday.
JCCHS senior Peter Ray recently completed his Eagle Scout requirements.
Thanks to Homewood Fire Department, Santa Claus came riding in on a fire truck to greet the young students.
There is an opportunity to provide Catholic education for those in need by redirecting tax credits.
My brothers and sisters in Christ, this Sunday we rejoice that the Lord is indeed near!
Dominican Father Peter Cameron led the priests of the Diocese of Birmingham on their annual retreat.
Providence seemed to guide every step of the process behind Noack Organ Company’s Opus 164, the Anna Catharine Grace Memorial Pipe Organ.
Bishop Raica celebrated the first ever Gold Mass for scientists and engineers at the Cathedral.
Our Lady of Sorrows Church’s (OLS) parishioner and Knights of Columbus leader Clark Tucker relaxes as an American Red Cross phlebotomist draws his blood during a successful blood drive at the church on Nov. 14.
The St. John Paul II Catholic High School Board of Trustees announced Sister Tonette Sperando, O.S.B., as president.
The choirs of Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Huntsville gathered for a retreat led by Francisco Carbonell, Diocesan Director of Music, on Nov. 5-6.
My sisters and brothers, we know the short season of Advent is a time of waiting and hopeful expectation.
Following a recent online campaign, St. Bernard Prep (SBP) exceeded its goal of $25,000.
Over 200 couples from parishes throughout the diocese gathered at the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville for a Couples and Marriage Retreat organized by the Office of Hispanic Ministry.
On Nov. 30, Father Joseph Lubrano, pastor of St. Joseph’s, welcomed Bishop Steven Raica for the celebration of Confirmation.
Advent is a beautiful moment to look at our hopes and dreams just as we peer into and glimpse the expectations of the early Jewish community awaiting a Savior.
Each evening for seven nights, read the O Antiphons and reflect on the questions below, either in prayerful solitude or with your family at the dinner table or during prayer time.
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