Christ Our Hope

Bishop DiLorenzo announces Vicar for Clergy

Rev. Timothy Kuhneman has been appointed Vicar for Clergy for the Diocese of Richmond. Currently the Pastor of Church of the Holy Spirit in Virginia Beach, Fr. Kuhneman begins full time at the Pastoral Center on September 21, 2015. Read the announcement from Bishop DiLorenzo here.

Diocese Launches Website for Catholic Community Foundation

The Catholic Community Foundation is a charitable foundation established by the Diocese of Richmond to provide endowment funds for parishes, schools, and organizations of the Diocese of Richmond and an opportunity to create a meaningful legacy for families and individuals. See the new online page here.

Welcome Back to School

Please say a prayer for all of our students, teachers and staff as their new school year begins. And a warm welcome to all of our new students, our 85 new teachers and 8 new principals. May the 2015-16 school year be filled with blessings for all.

Diocese Sponsors Lottery to Allocate Washington DC Papal Mass Tickets

To learn more and enter the September 10th drawing for two tickets to the Papal Mass in Washington, D.C., at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, please see this page at the Diocesan Center for Marriage, Family and Life.

UNITED in Prayer for Our Persecuted Brothers and Sisters

Please join us on Tuesday, September 29, at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Richmond, at 7 PM for an ecumenical prayer service (UNITED) for our brothers and sisters in Christ around the world who are persecuted for their faith. All are welcome. Light reception to follow.

Encounter the Joy!

“Encounter the Joy of the Gospel and Set the World Ablaze” is the Diocese of Richmond's five-year pastoral plan for evangelization, anchored in Jesus’ joyful message. It captures the joy of the Gospel re-imagined in two movements: the internal conversion of individuals and parishes and the external proclamation of this Good News to the world.

Living Our Mission

Living Our Mission

The Diocese has embarked on an historic two-year $65 million capital and endowment campaign to raise financial resources to more fully support the mission and ministry of the local Church now and in the future.

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