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Eucharistic Congress

The Diocese of Richmond will convene its first-ever Eucharistic Congress on Friday, November 6 through Saturday, November 7 as the culmination of its bicentennial jubilee.

A Eucharistic Congress is a large-scale gathering of a local Church—bishop, priests, deacons, religious, and lay people—for the purpose of deepening our understanding and appreciation of the Most Blessed Sacrament.

The bicentennial Eucharistic Congress will be conducted virtually with some in-person elements, and will be open to people of all ages:

  • Mass livestreamed from historic St. Peter’s Church in Richmond
  • Eucharistic holy hour and procession livestreamed from the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and conducted in-person at parishes
  • Keynote speakers
  • Breakout sessions
  • Special tracks (Spanish, Vietnamese, children, youth, young adults, and persons with disabilities)

The Eucharistic Congress is free. More information is available at


Religious Education Registration Form St Patrick 2021


Please read Fr. Rossi’s letters click here

News from our Diocese

3/29/2020 Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
This weekend we will begin livestreaming Mass. The livestream will occur at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday.  Just click this link –  
3/16/2020 Masses – SUSPENDED
All Public Masses throughout the diocese have been suspended until further notice. This includes Sunday, Holy Day, and weekday Masses
THE CHURCH WILL BE OPEN ON SUNDAYS 9:00 AM to Noon with confessions available
 Saint Peter will be open daily from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM with confessions available.
Bishop Knestout is pleased to announce our first-ever diocesan-wide virtual Holy Week Mission.  This engaging Mission will take place on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday night of Holy Week from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.  It will feature three dynamic priests from our Diocese, music and choirs from across the Diocese, and four lay speakers.  During the Mission, there will be an opportunity for discussion and activities for families at home.   For more information visit
Friday | March 27 | 1 PM
Pope Francis will give an extraordinary blessing “urbi et orbi” (to the city and the world) tomorrow. The blessing carries with it a plenary indulgence for all who follow by TV, online, or radio.
Pope Francis invites everyone to participate. Livestream (click here)
Read more from The Catholic Virginian (click here)
Cancellations until further notice:
  • All Religious Education Programs
  • Stations of the Cross
  • All Meetings, gatherings and activities
Read Bishop Knestout’s full letter to the faithful and updates here: