Annual Catholic Appeal 2019

2019 Annual Catholic Appeal Brochure – Available for Download Thermometer Poster for Download Appeal Poster 2019 for Download

2019 Annual Catholic Appeal has Begun

The Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee is set to kick-off committment weekend for its 2019 Annual Catholic Appeal, “In Giving, We Receive” during the weekend of Feb 23-24. It is the first time the diocese has begun the campaign this early in the year as well as the first time the campaign has been shortened.  […]

I Am New

ARE YOU NEW TO OUR DIOCESE? WE ARE SO GLAD YOU’RE HERE! FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY We are grateful to have you and your family as a part of our Catholic community in Memphis. Find a Church Find a Catholic School Need a Service?  Provide a Service?  Look at our Business Directory Get FAITH […]

Office of Development

Office of Development Tasked with securing and stewarding the financial resources necessary for the Diocese to successfully carry out its evangelizing mission, ministry, education and outreach, the Office of Development directs, manages and oversees campaigns, appeals and other development initiatives as directed by the Bishop of Memphis. The Office of Development also provides professional fundraising […]

RSVP Jackson

Annual Catholic Appeal Reception @ St. Mary’s in Jackson  

RSVP Memphis

Annual Catholic Appeal Reception @ St. Benedict’s High School 

Villa Vianney

VILLA VIANNEY Villa Vianney is a beautiful independent living residence for senior priests surrounded by serene Tennessee woodlands. Because the residents are former pastors, décor in common areas depicts sheep and pastoral themes. Colors are warm and tranquil and furniture is overstuffed. In private living areas, rooms are spacious with extra wide doors to accommodate […]


TRIBUNAL The Tribunal is an extension of the Bishop’s judicial governance of the Diocese of Memphis.  Though the bishop himself is the primary judge in the Diocese, he usually entrusts this part of his ministry to the Tribunal.  Our Tribunal is staffed and assisted by priests, deacons, and lay persons trained in canon law together […]

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