La Diócesis de Knoxville ha anunciado que el Centro McNabb, el principal proveedor sin fines de lucro de la región que brinda servicios de salud mental, uso de sustancias, servicios sociales y para víctimas, servirá como el nuevo proveedor para informes de víctimas de agresión sexual de la diócesis, esto es, será el primer punto de contacto para cualquier persona que desee reportar una posible denuncia de abuso sexual contra la diócesis.
The Diocese of Knoxville has announced that the McNabb Center, the region’s leading nonprofit provider of mental health, substance use, and social and victim services, will serve as the diocese’s new sexual assault victim’s reporting provider, the first point of contact for anyone wishing to report a possible sexual abuse claim against the diocese.
Declared “the most successful Catholic crowdfunding event to date” by the National Catholic Register, the goal of the #iGiveCatholic Giving Day is to rally our Catholic community in support of the organizations that shape our souls: Our parishes, schools, and nonprofit ministries.
A special guest appeared at the Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus for the annual Green Mass for members of the military and veterans on Nov. 13. Bishop Aleksander Jazlowiecki, auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Kyiv-Zhytomyr, Ukraine, was the principal celebrant of the Mass.
Diocese of Knoxville Catholic Schools Raffle tickets are now on sale. Each $10 ticket enters you into the raffle to win 16 cash prizes. Proceeds support the regional Catholic Schools Tuition Funds to help qualifying families with tuition assistance.
Advent is a season of preparation and penance that reminds us of Christ's birth as well as His second coming at the end of time. There are many resources to help you prepare your hearts and minds as a community, as a family, and as an individual.
Catholics from different nationalities whose common denominator is East Tennessee congregated for a multicultural rosary on Sept. 23 at the Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus to commemorate National Migration Week and World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
In July, about a dozen catechists and teachers attended training at St. Mary School in Oak Ridge for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. The training for level two of the catechesis program prepared the catechists to present content and materials geared for grades 1-3.
Catholic Charities of East Tennessee and St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic are partnering on a unique ministry that provides a shot in the arm to health care in Scott County, which has joined the ranks of rural areas where the dedicated practice of medicine is at risk.
On the weekend of Oct. 15-16, a special collection will take place at all Masses to help support the Diocese of Knoxville’s deacon formation program. Deacons bring the Gospel and the gift of themselves to soup kitchens, food banks, prisons, hospitals – serving in their parish and in the community.
It didn’t take Deacon Jim Bello long to blend into his new role with the Diocese of Knoxville. A congenial personality and a genuine Christian spirit have helped him navigate the responsibilities that came his way literally minutes after his ordination on June 11.