Diocese of Birmingham June Events Calendar 2022
Prince of Peace was recently honored with three Best of Hoover awards.
The Diocese of Birmingham began a Forty Hours Devotion.
Father Kevin Bazzel recently conferred the sacrament of confirmation at Good Shepherd Catholic Church.
Dear friends, at the outset, I wish a very blessed Father’s Day to all!
Birmingham’s oldest Independence Day festival is days away.
Over 30 years ago, Consolata Sister Adelangela Paita came to the diocese to serve.
The JCCHS cheerleaders took top honors at the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Camp at the University of Alabama at Huntsville.
2,100 worn United States flags are properly retired in time for Flag Day thanks to the patriotism and partnership of organizations from two Homewood churches.
Bishop Raica recently commissioned a Holy Chrism Ampulla for use in diocesan sacred liturgies.
A group JCCHS Sports Leadership student captains were a part of a group that traveled to Denver, Colorado, on a service and formation retreat.
The year 2022 marks several firsts for the State of Alabama in regards to women’s health services.
Bishop Raica ordained Father Charles Deering to the priesthood at the Cathedral of St. Paul.
At St. James Catholic Church in Gadsden, the St. Therese Lay Carmelite Community held a final profession ceremony.
St. Bernard is excited to host the 2022 Alumni Reunion the weekend of June 24-26 for all classes.
Gracie Taylor received the 2022 Patrick Francis Werszner memorial scholarship at the school’s eighth-grade graduation ceremony.
The women of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Bessemer donned their finest hats for Sunday Mass on Mother’s Day.
A group of 33 JCCHS faculty members, students, parents, and alumni enjoyed an exciting 10-day trip.
I welcome those who have come from near and far to be with us today at the Cathedral of St. Paul to celebrate the great feast of Pentecost.
The MCP Plan collection will take place the weekend of June 25-26.
Father Joe Culotta, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Birmingham, recently celebrated First Holy Communion for three different groups.
This past year, at the 10th Annual Golden Plaier Awards.
Deacon Doug Moorer’s prayer time during the Easter season directed a study of the story of Fatima.