Protocols and planning ahead helped schools maintain in-person learning
Support from the Diocese of Nashville will help the nonprofit offer shelter in two new central locations, St. Vincent and the Drexel House
Restaurant-quality meals, produce and dry goods to be distributed to those in need through the end of the year
Talks will be given at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. each Monday through Nov. 9 at the Catholic Pastoral Center
U.S. bishops advocate for higher refugee cap; worry declining numbers will leave refugees who are fleeing persecution ‘in harm’s way’
Parishioner Frank Myers strives to write songs with a message that ‘will still be here when I’m gone.’
Sister Mary Grace Watson, O.P., believes teachers’ role is to help students be the people God created them to be
Guests address topics from finances to relationships to ‘who we are as Catholics’
Pandemic shut down the organization’s popular consignment sales, but hasn’t stopped these women from finding new ways to serve
The group works to cultivate a space where women feel comfortable to discuss their fears and hopes.
CHATTANOOGA. The cause for the beatification and canonization of Servant of God Patrick Ryan took a historic turn Sept. 28 with the opening session of an inquiry into the Chattanooga priest’s life.
Sacred Heart’s first and only deacon ‘had a passion for everything he did’
State plans to appeal decision to Tennessee Supreme Court
‘In the classroom, it’s an adventure every day,’ says Randy Lancaster
The social services agency will replicate some of its successful programming from McGruder at a nearby affordable housing village.
Award winner logs nearly 500 service hours at Little Pantry That Could helping to feed the hungry
Event will raise money for tuition assistance at diocesan schools
The award is based on high student achievement
Clean comic has worked ‘pretty seriously’ for five years to build comedy career.