Chancery/Pastoral Center closed through Feb. 1 • Clergy appointments • Bishop’s pro-life message to youth

Due to receiving word of additional staff cases of COVID-19 or COVID-positive status at the Diocesan Chancery/Pastoral Center, the building will remain closed until Monday, Feb. 1 (unless otherwise announced), in-person meetings at the Chancery are postponed and Chancery staff will continue to work remotely.  The facility will need deep cleaning again before it can reopen.  Though mail will[…]


Diocesan Chancery/Pastoral Center closed through Jan. 22

The Diocesan Chancery/Pastoral Center Building is closed for the remainder of the week (January 19-22), in-person meetings postponed and Chancery staff will be working remotely due to the COVID positive status of three employees and the need for a deep cleaning of the facility.  Chancery staff can continue to be contacted via email during the week.[…]






In the January issue of The Monitor Magazine

What will be asked of us in 2021? It is in the darkest of days, that the world most needs to see the love of God reflected in the people around them. The latest issue of The Monitor Magazine reports on some of the ways we are called to share God’s love with those who[…]