DIOCESAN HOMECOMING FAMILY DAY CELEBRATION & CLOSING MASS
Bishop Stika invites you to join him on Saturday, September 13, for our “Diocesan Homecoming Family Day Celebration
and Closing Mass” on the campus of Knoxville Catholic High School.
Details in the Bulletin
Letter from Bishop Stika
This week, I want to tell you more about one of the initiatives of the ‘Home’ campaign - the
building of a new cathedral.
The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is the Mother Church of our Diocese, our spiritual home.
As Catholic Christians, everything we do begins in worship. It is our worship that leads us to
action as we are sent out into the world. It is for this reason that the building of a new
cathedral is important.
Complete Letter and Details in the Bulletin
In need of healing from the pain of divorce? The Diocesan Office of Marriage Preparation & Enrichment is pleased
to announce a program specific to divorced Catholic men and women. This 12-week program begins Monday,
August 25, 6:30-8pm. It will be held at St. Jude in the Parish Library.
Details in Bulletin
CATHOLIC SCHOOL TUITION SUPPORT
The Diocese of Knoxville’s Catholic schools promote spiritual and intellectual growth for more than 3,000
students. There are ten schools in the Diocese—two high schools and eight elementary schools. . In today’s
world we face a greater financial need for tuition support. The families who will benefit from your donations
would otherwise be unable to provide a Catholic education for their children.
Details for the August 23-24 Collection in the Bulletin