Diocesan Statistics

Erected June 14, 1870
Bishops  – 1
Retired Bishops – 1
Diocesan Priests – 104
Religious Priests – 37
Total Retired Priests – 43
Total Priests in Diocese – 184
Total Permanent Deacons – 75
Total Retired Permanent Deacons – 15
Total Brothers – 13
Total Sisters – 333
Number of Parishes – 81
Missions – 9
Pastoral Centers – 1
Catholic Hospitals – 1
Patients Assisted Annually – 172,612
Health Care Centers – 1
Patients Assisted Annually – 5,427
Homes for the Aged – 9
Total Assisted – 815
Residential Care of Children – 0
Total Assisted Annually – 0
Day Care and Extended Day Care Centers – 0
Total Assisted Annually – 0
Specialized Homes – 0
Patients Assisted Annually – 0
Special Centers for Social Services – 7
Total Assisted Annually – 59,205
Diocesan Students in Other Seminaries – 23
Religious Seminaries – 0
Total Seminarians – 8
Colleges and Universities – 1
Total Students – 1,679
Diocesan and Parish High Schools – 4
Total Students – 692
Diocesan and Parish Elementary Schools – 14
Total Students – 3,157
Religious Education High School Students – 5,272
Religious Education Elementary Students – 11,089
Total Students under Catholic Instruction – 22,147
Sisters Teaching – 13
Lay Teachers – 408
Receptions into the Church – 2,262
First Communions – 2,067
Confirmations – 1,778
Total Marriages – 452
Deaths – 3,454
Total Catholic Population – 217,274
Total Population – 827,274
Catholic Population Percentage – 26.26%
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