Diocese of Birmingham July Events Calendar 2022
The 35th anniversary celebration of the Sister Servants of the Eternal Word
Father Henry Anthony McDaid, age 84, died of natural causes on July 27 in Bessemer.
Bishop Emeritus Robert J. Baker celebrated the sacrament of confirmation at St. Aloysius Catholic Church.
JCCHS is proud to announce the hiring of the Cavalier cross country coaching staff for the 2022 season.
St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Bessmer recently celebrated the sacrament of First Communion.
Billy Pickard presents Father Bryan Jerabek with a check for $15,000 to support the diocesan campus ministry program.
All the faithful of the diocese are invited to pray a novena, seeking the intercession of St. John Vianney for all priests.
Sister Margaret Siffert, O.S.B. died on Thursday, July 14, at the age of 58 after an extended illness.
Benedictine Sister Madeline Contorno joyfully celebrated fifty years of monastic profession.
An exciting day for the Southeast Lieutenancy of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher.
St. Aloysius Catholic Church celebrated their 8th annual “I love America” Concert.
On Tuesday, July 12, the John Carroll Catholic High School (JCCHS) campus on Lakeshore Parkway welcomed The World Games 2022 sport, Flying Disc.
The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament announced Bill Brown as the new director of administration.
I am indeed honored to preside at your First Holy Profession here at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery.
St. Peter the Apostle in Hoover celebrated First Holy Communion for 76 students on June 21.
Nearly 100 guests travelled to re-live the fond memories of St. Bernard College and Prep School in Cullman.
The very name of Catholic richly implies a gathering of people from everywhere – every language.
Birmingham’s oldest Independence Day festival, provided patriotic enjoyment for the community.
St. Michael’s Catholic Church in St. Florian is celebrating its sesquicentennial year during 2022.
One JCCHS student will have a special interest in the 2022 World Games Archery Competition.
The Prince of Peace Knights of Columbus donated $20,350 in proceeds.
The Totus Tuus program came to Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Huntsville June 19-24.
Nazareth House is in search of Catholic high school youth willing to serve as volunteer catechists.