“At an early age, I had a love for music that consumed my attention more often than not.”
On this day of Thanksgiving, we take a moment as a nation and as a family to reflect more deeply on the blessings we have received in our lives.
This month of November is truly an amazing month, a tapestry rich in colors and textures for living our Christian faith.
St. Bernard students honored their favorite veterans during a Veteran’s Day Ceremony in the Abbey Church.
Bishop Raica celebrated a mass marking the 20th anniversary of the Fraternity of Poor of Jesus Christ.
Our focus tends toward the final goal of life – unity with Christ who is hailed as the King.
Bishop Raica celebrated the first annual Diocesan Gold Mass for STEM professionals and academics.
Sister Mary Vernon passed away on Nov. 16, four days shy of her eightieth birthday.
St. John Paul II would begin every homily with “Praised be Jesus Christ.”
St. Bernard students hosted ministers from their home churches to take part in the school’s Thanksgiving Service.
Bishop Raica celebrated a Unity Mass at Our Lady of Fatima in the historic Titusville neighborhood of Birmingham.
An altar is a central part of our liturgical life because it is the place where the sacrifice of Christ continues.
The 5th Annual Bernard Blues and BBQ could have stood better weather, as brutally cold wind and rain on Saturday forced people to stay inside.
Honoring America’s military on Veterans Day is always important for the students and their families at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School (OLS).
More than 20 OLS parishioners volunteered to donate their time to feed dozens of homeless guests at First Light Shelter in downtown Birmingham.
Holy Spirit Regional Catholic School in Huntsville and the Knights of Columbus Assembly #0004 were proud to offer the annual patriotic program to “Salute Our Veterans.”
As part of the first diocesan phase of Synod, Bishop Raica conducted four regional evenings of prayer.
Students of Cullman’s Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School thank veterans during the school’s Veteran’s Day salute drive-thru parade.
Pumpkin Day was a big day for the 1st-grade students at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School.
Thanksgiving generosity is the goal as several dozen brown paper grocery bags encircle the sanctuary of Our Lady of Sorrows Church (OLS).
Students and their families enjoyed a fun night at Our Lady of Sorrows (OLS) Catholic School’s first-year Trunk or Treat event.
The fourth annual St. John Paul II Feast was celebrated on Friday, Oct. 22, at St. James Catholic Church in Gadsden.
On Oct. 28, St. Jude Catholic Church in Scottsboro celebrated the 50th anniversary of its dedication with Mass and the consecration of a new altar, which was made by Gene Hess of Dutton.
Students of Holy Spirit High School in Tuscaloosa held their annual “Honk 4 Life” on Oct. 15 for “Respect for Life” month.