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Diocese of Raleigh
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh includes 54 counties of eastern North Carolina, covering just over 32,000 miles. The diocese is divided into eight deaneries with a total of 96 parishes, missions and stations and seven centers for campus ministry. Registered Catholics number 188,000 and comprise 4.6% of the total population. This figure may not include all the many persons who have come to the diocese from Mexico and Central and South America. Ninety-five percent of our Catholic population were not born in North Carolina. In the past 15 years, more Spanish-speaking people have settled in North Carolina than in any other state in the Union.
Divine Mercy Assembly
Divine Mercy Assembly knights are members of the Paul J. Trageser Council, 10910, at St. Thomas More Church, but we are the home assembly to knghts of St. Matthews and Maria Immaculata Councils in Durham...(more)
Knights of Columbus
Our Council was originally founded in 1951 to serve the Catholic comunity in Durham and Chaple Hill, NC. Since then two other local councils have been formed to serve parishes in Chapel Hill and Northern Durham...read more
Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus
The province is home to more than 400 Jesuit priests, brothers, scholastics and myriad lay colleagues all working in a wide variety of ministries such as education, social justice issues, pastoral care and more, helping others to "find God in all things," a basic Jesuit philosophy...read more
The National Black Catholic Congress, comprised of member organizations, represent African American Roman Catholics, working in collaboration with National Roman Catholic organizations. We commit ourselves to establishing an agenda for the evangelization of African Americans; and to improve the spiritual, mental, and physical conditions of African Americans, ...read more
Saint of the Day
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The society of Jesus
For over 450 years Jesuit priests and brothers have lived an amazing story of serving the Church in new and unexpected ways. We are still men on the move, ready to change place, occupation, method--whatever will advance our mission in the Church. We are expected to do anything or go anywhere to teach Jesus Christ and preach his Good News (more...)