Diocese of Birmingham January Events Calendar 2023
Local students support life from classroom.
Students spend day in service to community.
Local schools receives grant for physical education equipment
John Carroll Catholic student signs to play softball.
Yolanda Sayles Robinson recently concluded her six-year term.
The American Red Cross Blood Drive resulted in the donation of 40 blood products surpassing the goal of 35 units.
Members of the faithful gathered at the Cathedral to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter has been offering married couples the gift of a weekend experience.
My sisters and brothers – friends of life – how grateful I am to be with you once again this year!
For the next few weeks, we embark on our journey together in Ordinary Time.
The Diocese of Birmingham had their first aspirancy program meeting at St. Bernard Abbey.
For the third year in a row, John Carroll Middle School teams bought and collected items, mainly bedding, for Grace House Ministries, a home for girls.
Roughly two months ago, Father Jesus Alfredo Quezada-Avila, associate pastor of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Hoover, applied for American citizenship.
Bishop Raica celebrated a Mass of the Dead, or Requiem Mass for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
Tens of thousands of people were present in St. Peter’s Square for the funeral Thursday of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
The nation has seen a huge increase in the number of deaths through gun violence.
On the Fourth Sunday of Advent, Bishop Steven Raica celebrated the 8:30 a.m. Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church (OLS) in Homewood.
Deacon Donald Joseph Ash, retired deacon of St. Joachim in Piedmont, passed away on Dec. 11.
Mass at the Ascension St. Vincent’s Birmingham chapel, marking the hospital’s 125th anniversary
John Carroll Catholic High School senior Stanley Stoutamire has been awarded one of two delegate positions for the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) for 2023.
We gather as a Christian community of believers to express our gratitude for this previous year and welcome in the New Year.
St. Bernard is warming up for the 39th Annual Bloomin’ Festival Arts and Crafts Fair to be held on campus the weekend of April 22-23.
The chapel at Ascension St. Vincent’s Birmingham is nestled off to the side of the main hospital.
How can the average family take steps to harbor the homeless and provide a place for the vulnerable?