Read more about the article Thirteen men admitted to candidacy for permanent diaconate [Photo Gallery]
Thirteen men, preparing to become permanent deacons, received the Rite of Admission and were admitted to candidacy to Holy Orders during a Mass celebrated by Bishop J. Mark Spalding Saturday, Jan. 15, in Ascension Auditorium at the Catholic Pastoral Center in Nashville.

Thirteen men admitted to candidacy for permanent diaconate [Photo Gallery]

The candidates are scheduled for ordination in spring 2023

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Read more about the article Plans underway for junior high shift at St. Cecilia Academy, Overbrook
Renovations to prepare for the addition of seventh- and eighth-grade students for the 2022-2023 SY at St. Cecilia Academy will begin this summer. According to Dominican Sister Anna Laura the area next to the library will be renovated to include a junior high bathroom, one of six new classrooms and an office for the new Director of Junior High position, which will be fulfilled by one of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia.

Plans underway for junior high shift at St. Cecilia Academy, Overbrook

‘This is the next chapter in our history’

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Read more about the article Leadership Catholic hoping for more in-person interaction in 2022
Erin Stracener, director of the diocesan Tribunal, speaks to members of the Catholic Business League during their monthly meeting about the upcoming Synod Process Thursday, Jan. 13, at the Frassati House. Stracener, who is a member of the CBL’s 2022 Leadership Catholic class, and Dr. Brad Peper, diocesan director of the Office of Faith Formation, have been designated by Bishop J. Mark Spalding as the co-contacts to facilitate the synod process for the diocese.

Leadership Catholic hoping for more in-person interaction in 2022

‘People can connect personally a lot better’

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Read more about the article St. Joseph School students return following storm damage [Photo Gallery]
Fifth grade students at St. Joseph School in Madison play a game of balloon volleyball during P.E. class Wednesday, Jan. 5, in the cafeteria. PE classes have been temporarily rerouted to the cafeteria while the gymnasium remains closed because of recent storm damage.

St. Joseph School students return following storm damage [Photo Gallery]

More than $30K has been donated by the community for repairs

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