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    Bishop Richard F. Stika and Deacon Sean Smith sign the decrees establishing Divine Mercy Parish as Father Hoan Dinh watches
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    Sister Mariana Koonce, RSM, speaks at the Diocese of Knoxville Youth Conference on Nov. 22 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Jefferson City
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    Notre Dame High School of Chattanooga advances to state semifinals with win over McMinn Central (Photo: Chattanooga Times Free Press)
  • Pope Francis arrives to lead general audience in St. Peter’s Square
    Pope Francis confirms visit to Philadelphia in September
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    St. Mary's Legacy Mobile Medical Clinic featured on Knoxville's WATE-TV

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Reflections from
Bishop Stika


Our Lady of Guadalupe
Second Collection

On Friday, December 12th, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a collection will be taken up to assist Catholic Charities of East TN and their Office of Immigrant Services. The collection echos Mary's message of love, hope and unity to the people of America. Your gift will help better serve the immigrant community. Please be generous.
Make a gift today.


Cardinal Rigali's
Homilies and Recordings

Visit CardinalRigali.com
for all of his homilies and recordings.


Home Campaign Video

About the Campaign

The Home campaign will do more than build a cathedral. Learn how the campaign will benefit parishes, fund charity, secure priest retirement and boost educational opportunities throughout the Diocese of Knoxville. To learn more about the Home campaign please view the videos.
Make a gift today.

Video de la Campaña

Deacon Smith at St. Patrick’s

On Friday, November 7, 2014, Deacon Sean Smith, Chancellor of the Diocese of Knoxville, helped celebrate 7 a.m. Mass with His Eminence, Cardinal Timothy Dolan at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. Deacon Smith read from the Gospel of Luke. Click image to hear audio excerpts from the Mass.

Medal of Honor Visit

Enhance your faith and keep up with important initiatives around the diocese by viewing our videos and listening to various audio recordings on our media page. You'll also find links to Catholic websites offering high quality programming online, including CatholicTV, The Catholic Channel, EWTN and the Vatican Channel.