Schools opening with a surge in enrollment
Tim Forbes, principal, and the faculty and staff welcome students for the new school year with extensive COVID protocols, including temperature screening for each student, in place at St. Matthew School in Franklin, TN on Thursday, 6 August 2020. All of the schools in the Diocese of Nashville will be open by Aug. 12 for in person learning.

Schools opening with a surge in enrollment

Tim Forbes, the principal at St. Matthew School in Franklin, welcomes students with “air fist bumps” for the new school year on Thursday, Aug. 6. Extensive COVID protocols, including temperature…

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Religious education programs prepare for classes amid pandemic
The Yankee family of Holy Name Parish in East Nashville created their own Stations of the Cross to pray in their front yard on Good Friday April 10.

Religious education programs prepare for classes amid pandemic

The Diocese of Nashville’s Office of Faith Formation has issued a framework to help parish religious education programs proceed this fall while protecting students and teachers from the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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Event supporting seminarian education moves online July 28
The 10th annual Seminarian Education Dinner and Auction was held Tuesday, May 21 at Holy Family Church in Brentwood. The event, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Serra Club, raises money to fund the education of about two dozen men in formation for the priesthood for the Diocese of Nashville.

Event supporting seminarian education moves online July 28

Bishop J. Mark Spalding leads a prayer during the 2019 Seminarian Education Dinner and Auction, an event held each year to raise money to help pay the cost of educating…

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