The friars and sisters of the Fraternity of Poor of Jesus Christ were marking the community’s 20th anniversary.
Parish music directors and musicians gathered for the 2021 Diocesan Sacred Music Convocation.
On Saturday, Oct.17, at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament, over 800 young people and parish leaders from 28 parishes around the Diocese of Birmingham gathered to encounter our Lord more deeply in the Eucharist and to encounter one another.
Welcome to the Cathedral of St. Paul for the White Mass, honoring those who serve in the wide array of medical services in in our diocese.
On Oct. 21, Bishop Steven Raica celebrated the annual Red Mass, hosted by the diocese and the St. Thomas More Society, at the Cathedral of St. Paul.
28 years ago Father Patrick Cullen hired Rose Marie Rouss to be the Cathedral rectory cook.
Bishop Raica opened the diocesan phase of Synod 2021-2023, “For a Synodal Church."
Sister Margaret Mary “Meg” Majewski, O.P., died Sept. 29, 2021, at St. Dominic Villa, Hazel Green, Wis.
The little ones learned quite a bit from the Homewood Fire Department during their visit to Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School.
The Diocese of Birmingham is sponsoring four regional evenings of prayer as part of the diocesan phase of the Synod on Synodality.
Bishop Raica visited the Catholic Center of Concern in Tuscaloosa on Sept. 17 to participate in their volunteer appreciation event.
St. Bernard Prep School in Cullman invites families interested in attending St. Bernard to a day-long open house, giving prospective students and their parents a firsthand look at the school’s academic programs, instructors, facilities, and more.
Deacon Deering visited the 4th grade classes at Holy Spirit in Tuscaloosa.
‘We honor your courage, your dedication, your conviction’ Bishop Raica Honors First Responders at Blue Masses
My dear friends, It is my joy to welcome you to this Blue Mass honoring and surrounding in prayer the mission of law enforcement and first responders.
On Sept. 29, Bishop Steven Raica traveled to Huntsville to bless the new location of Catholic Family Services Huntsville.
After taking a year off due to the COVID pandemic, over 300 parishioners were excited to gather on the campus of Mercy Parish in Madison for their annual parish picnic held Sunday, Sept. 26.
Today, I am focusing my remarks on a natural and organic development of this thought as it impacts our local Church and the universal Church.
Seniors at Holy Spirit Catholic High School in Tuscaloosa traveled to True Vine Foundation in Eutaw on Sept. 29 for their Senior Retreat.
I’m overjoyed to be with you this evening to celebrate our Catholic faith and our Polish heritage.
To your families and all friends of the St. Bernard Monastery here in Cullman, how welcome you are!
Father Thomas Kelly with Deacon Bob Martin welcome all to Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church for their annual Blessing of the Animals.
Our readings today open up new horizons for our consideration.
Many challenges come with a caregiving role, but it can also be filled with endless rewards.
He says: It’s her choice; she hates conflict