I was blessed to attend Diocesan Day at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Knoxville yesterday. The event was hosted by Knoxville’s Bishop Richard Stika and featured special guest Justin Cardinal Rigali, Archbishop of Philadelphia. Bishop Stika is a longtime friend of Cardinal Rigali, both having roots in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
I shot several photos throughout the day and you’re welcome to use them as you see fit. All I ask is that you provide attribution to ParishGeeks.com if you do.
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I also captured some video of Bishop Stika’s “State of the Diocese” address, as well as the next presentation, which was a dialogue between the Bishop and the Cardinal. While the video image is ok for having been captured with my Droid Incredible, the audio is somewhat difficult to hear. I apologize for that, but thought some of you might just decide to bear with it to hear Cardinal Rigali’s inspirational stories about serving as the English translator to, I believe, three different Popes. I’ve embedded these videos below:
Bishop Stika’s “State of the Diocese” Address
Dialogue: Bishop Stika and Cardinal Rigali