State of Tennessee grant will expand social services in 10 counties over two years
The Schachle family was on hand for the beatification Mass for Blessed Michael McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus
It is easy to give in to the gloom. But that would betray our Christian faith, our hope in Christ.
The extra time off will allow for extensive cleaning of the buildings and give teachers more time for planning
Diocese is grateful for donations received that support seminary education and future priests
The annual event to support the American Cancer Society is the largest, per capita, student-led Relay for Life in the nation.
More Catholics are choosing cremation rather than traditional burials
The combined finishes were the best in school history
The new equipment will help Catholic Charities’ clients have better access to fresh and frozen food.
The Military Memorial Wall in the parish’s Prayer Garden will have plaques honoring veterans
People can make an online gift at www.dioceseofnashville.com/priesthood-sunday.
November is “Adoption Awareness Month” and Catholic Charities will host a virtual info session 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10
The annual Searcy Memorial Thanksgiving Dinner, which typically delivers meals to about 2,200 people in need, has been canceled this year. “It’s called COVID-19,” Gerry
UPDATE: Governor grants temporary reprieve to Pervis Payne
Commissioner and bishop tour the school during their visit
The win earns the girls soccer program its fifth state title
Diocese is still accepting gifts to ACE that will fund tuition assistance
The USCCB document reminds that Catholic voters should seek “to affirm both the dignity of the human person and the common good of all.”
The three dioceses of Tennessee – Nashville, Knoxville, and Memphis – are joining forces to present, for the first time, the Tennessee Catechetical Conference, to
Thanks to the woodworking talents of Andy Augustin, a parish council member at St. Joseph Church in St. Joseph, Tennessee, the parish church now has