As a 10-year-old girl in Managua, Nicaragua, I was enjoying everything life had given me.
The Office of Hispanic Ministry offers PJH, which tends to the needs of Hispanic young adults.
Right here in the Diocese of Birmingham, missionary work is being done.
“This will be life-changing for so many families.”
“Make them protagonists of an apostolate … of new evangelization.”
The youth of today are bombarded by external distractions unlike those of any other generation.
The reality is that youth are also the Church right now!
I came back into the Church in 1989, after a 13-year “sabbatical.”
“There’s no shortage of opportunity to share the Faith.”
An interview with the diocesan director of evangelization
The diocesan Seminarian Education Fund has enabled seminarians to remain in formation for the priesthood.
Sister Janet's 54-year vocation was fostered by family.
Ken and Emily Lavelle have always been a devout Catholic family over the course of their 58-year marriage.
Deacon Charles confesses, “I didn’t have any great epiphanies.” What he did have, was a restless heart.
Helping faith formation leaders and catechists grow as disciples of Jesus is a big part of the work of the Office of Religious Education.
Walking to work was not all that unusual, especially for George, but his journeys were not solo ones.
A years-long project completed: The dedication of the Anna Catharine Grace Memorial Pipe Organ.
“We must be aware that faith is a gift, a gift from God,” says Terry Thompson.
Por qué deberíamos escoger una educación Católica?” Es la pregunta que a Mary Jane Dorn, directora de Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School en Homewood, le preguntan mucho los padres de familia, buscando un lugar en donde educar a sus hijos.
“I was really scared of not having any friends, but everyone welcomed me and invited me,” says Nayeli Ramirez, a seventh-grade student at St. Ann Catholic School in Decatur.
Students and families at our Catholic schools grow in the rich soil of Catholic education.