Diocese of Birmingham November Events Calendar 2022
JCCHS students Mia Mugavero and Stanley Stoutamire were announced as 2023 Scholarship winners.
Thanksgiving generosity was the objective as several dozen grocery bags were placed at the sanctuary of OLS.
A Founders Day celebration on Saturday, Nov. 12, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Huntsville.
JCCHS volleyball player Stella Yester recently signed a letter of commitment to Eastern Kentucky University.
Catholic Social Services of West Alabama recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.
St. Bernard Prep and its monastic community honored veterans in a special Veterans Day Service.
Cultivating your family's prayer life is as simple as including these tips in your everyday life.
The Diocese is sponsoring a program to support the Catholic Center of Concern in Birmingham.
Sainthood seems unattainable until you realize: all the saints were just like us, but with an unshakable faith they relentlessly pursued.
Meg Glover started her new full time admissions director position on Monday, Nov. 7.
Themes of collaboration and community characterized the second Aligning for Success.
John Carroll Catholic High School Thespians competed in 38 individual events.
Saint Bernard Prep School has been blessed again with another successful Bernard Blues and BBQ.
A warm welcome to all members of the “STEM” community who are members of this cathedral parish.
Ffor more than 22 years, this council has contributed dollars, goods, and services to Her Choice of Birmingham.
Diocese of Birmingham December Events Calendar 2022
St. Cecilia Court 140 Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Saint Peter Claver made a donation to the Well House.
John Carroll Catholic High School Redefines Senior Leadership Roles to Build Upon Momentum and Growth
The Diocese of Birmingham announced today two changes in its senior leadership team at JCCHS.
We gather for our White Mass surrounding in our prayer those in the medical profession.
We have the occasion to join together in prayer for our law enforcement, fire fighters, and first responders.
We are one family united – on a journey toward a common destiny – to be one with Jesus for eternity!
Father Joy Nellissery celebrated Mass on All Souls’ Day, Nov. 2, at Maple Hill Cemetery in Huntsville.
The Red Mass stands historically as one of the great events of the judicial year.