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Bishop Ron Hicks celebrates Christmas Day Mass at DuPage County Correctional Facility
To celebrate Christmas Day Mass at the DuPage County Correctional Facility, Bishop Ron Hicks handed over his car keys and driver’s license to a sheriff’s deputy, spread a white cloth across a makeshift altar of two tables pushed together, and changed
Bishop Ron Hicks to celebrate Midnight Christmas Mass
Bishop Ron Hicks of the Diocese of Joliet will celebrate Midnight Christmas Mass at the Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet.
Diocese of Joliet concludes groundbreaking Hispanic leadership training
Hispanic Catholics from the Diocese of Joliet recently completed the inaugural class of a groundbreaking leadership program developed by a national, Washington, D.C.-based Catholic nonprofit.
Two students taken to hospital after car strikes exterior of Catholic school in Joliet
Two students today were taken by ambulance to St. Joseph Medical Center after suffering non-life-threatening injuries when an SUV struck the northwest brick exterior of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School in Joliet during the lunch hour.
Bishop Ronald Hicks to celebrate Thanksgiving Day Mass
Bishop Ronald A. Hicks of the Diocese of Joliet will celebrate Thanksgiving Day Mass at the Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet.
Principal of St. Joseph Catholic School in Manhattan wins prestigious Bishop Kaffer Award from Lewis University
Colleen Domke, principal of St. Joseph Catholic School in Manhattan, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Bishop Roger L. Kaffer Outstanding Principal Award from Lewis University.
Catholic Education Foundation of Diocese of Joliet gets $2,000 increase to 4-year, high school scholarships funded by Kazma Family Foundation
The Catholic Education Foundation of the Diocese of Joliet is proud to announce the Kazma Family Foundation is increasing its four-year, high school scholarships by $2,000 each, beginning with the current 2021-22 academic year.
Diocese of Joliet Catholic schools to require masks
Gov. J.B. Pritzker today announced a mask mandate for all PreK-12 school students and staff.
Diocese of Joliet Catholic Schools Office issues COVID-19 guidance for 2021-2022 academic year
During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Diocese of Joliet Catholic schools have followed scientific mitigation guidelines offered by federal and state publis health agencies.
Diocese of Joliet to resume international missions in January
The Diocese of Joliet will resume its international mission program in January with a two-week trip to the Philippines focused on medical care and construction.

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