“There are so many unseen parts which play an integral role in success,” says Coach Ronald Steele.
Catholicism in Alabama goes all the way back to Hernando DeSoto in the first half of the 16th century.
“The Holy Eucharist transforms brokenness,” says 24-year-old Maria Anguiano, a parishioner at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Ensley.
Answered prayers always merit gratitude, but there are certain times when God’s blessings create such joy that it is hard to contain.
In preparation for the feast of the secondary patron of the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama
To talk about young people is to talk about promise and to talk about joy.
The 50th anniversary of the diaconate program in the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama.
Issues that patients and their loved ones may face surrounding times of severe illness
“I love going to church,” shares JoAnn Lorino Guarino, an 82-year-old, widowed mother of three.
Diana Ruzicka is a wife, mother, grandmother and a retired Army Colonel who served in the Army Nurse Corps.
A student, a teacher, a parent, and an alumnus talk Catholic education
Margaret Dubose has served as superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese since 2019.
Right here in the Diocese of Birmingham, missionary work is being done.
As a 10-year-old girl in Managua, Nicaragua, I was enjoying everything life had given me.
An interview with the diocesan director of evangelization
Ken and Emily Lavelle have always been a devout Catholic family over the course of their 58-year marriage.
Sister Janet's 54-year vocation was fostered by family.
“We must be aware that faith is a gift, a gift from God,” says Terry Thompson.
I recently attended SEEK in Knoxville, Tennessee; a conference held by FOCUS.