Easter is more than a day - it's a whole season in the Catholic Church. How do you plan to live the Easter season in your home?
We are a vibrant faith community inviting every person to an encounter with Jesus Christ and experience his call to friendship and communion.
We're in the midst of a strategic visioning process while collecting feedback for the synod process.
Join a dynamic, dedicated team of educators teaching more than 6,200 students in Catholic schools in central and southwest Iowa.
There are millions of reasons why a Catholic education is the best education around. Witness the difference!
Are you experiencing "spiritual attention deficit disorder"? Spend time with Jesus, particularly in adoration. Our parishes are offering opportunities for you to find peace, forgiveness, healing & God's love.
Father Dan Kirby shares how we can remain in God's love.
Bishop William Joensen invites everyone - especially those with sensory issues or developmental/intellectual disabilities - to a Mass on May 22 at 3 p.m. at St. Ambrose Cathedral.
Diocese Names New Finance Director
May 20, 2022
With a grateful heart, we wish Paul Carlson the best in retirement. We welcome new Finance Director Robert "Bob" Larson, who brings experience, business acumen and creativity to the role.
Discover the Difference: A Fond Farewell to All Our Retirees
May 3, 2022
We are deeply grateful for the years of dedicated service many of our educators have devoted to our Catholic school students. Here are our educators and staff who will be retiring at the end of the school year. Thank you!
Discover the Difference: Students Discover Media Talents
April 28, 2022
Students in the Faith and Film Club at St. Malachy School in Creston learn how to livestream and video events, then mentor new students to the club.
June 7, 2022 6:00 PM - 09:00 PMLocation: Rooftop of Market One Building 130 E. 3rd Street, Des Moines
Join for an evening of food, drinks, and witness with other young Catholic professionals from around the Des Moines metro.
Looking for a place to share your time and talent in service to others? There are several ways to get involved within Des Moines and our surrounding communities.
The Diocese of Des Moines provides many opportunities for people to share their gifts. Your generosity and support impact children and families of our community.
In Catholic Social Teaching, the Church outlines seven specific ways we can put our faith into action by loving one another.