KDCCW members exemplify ‘the power of the Church’

Bishop Stika celebrates Mass; special guests address annual convention at Holy Trinity By The East Tennessee Catholic Staff The Knoxville Diocesan Council of Catholic Women welcomed Father Leo Patalinghug, the “Cooking Priest,” and Beth Mahoney, spirituality commission chairperson for the National Council of Catholic Women, to its 2016 convention April 14-16 …

Holy Trinity funeral Mass held for parishioner Johna Morvant

By Emily Booker In times of tragedy and loss, Eastertide can be a reminder that death, though painful, is not an end. Johna J. Morvant, 49, died April 4 in a helicopter accident in Pigeon Forge along with her daughter, Peyton Rasmussen, 22; her son, Parker Rasmussen, 18; her daughter’s …

KDCCW convention to feature Fr. Leo Patalinghug, ‘The Cooking Priest’

NCCW official is keynote speaker for April 14-16 event at Holy Trinity Church in Jefferson City                                 By Emily Booker Women in the Diocese of Knoxville attending the 27th annual KDCCW convention will have a full plate of topics to discuss, from prayer and cooking to international aid and combating violence …

Pastor Cecil Clark to speak at Holy Trinity vigil

Pastor Cecil Clark, minister of True Vine Baptist Church in Knoxville, will be the featured speaker at an Ecumenical Candlelight Vigil at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24 (sleet or snow date Jan. 31), at Holy Trinity Church in Jefferson City. Along with Pastor Clark, pastors associated with the Jefferson County …

Funeral services held for Norah E. Ross Hut

Norah E. Ross Hut, a longtime correspondent for The East Tennessee Catholic newspaper who was a member of Holy Trinity Parish in Jefferson City, died June 22 on her 98th birthday. Born June 22, 1916, in New York City to Anne Gertrude Seery and Arthur Patrick Ross, Mrs. Hut is …

EWTN’s Jim and Joy Pinto lead diocesan RCIA Summer Conference

EWTN radio personalities Jim and Joy Pinto led the Diocese of Knoxville’s annual RCIA Summer Conference June 21 with discussions on bolstering the domestic Church and the family. About 50 people attended the conference at Holy Trinity Church in Jefferson City. Joining the Pintos in delivering a keynote address was …