Most Reverend Robert J. McClory, was ordained a bishop and installed as the fifth Bishop of Gary during a special Mass held at Holy Angels Cathedral on Feb.11, 2020.
The Catholic Schools of the Diocese are an essential part of the total educational mission of the Church; serving all levels of schools. All the schools are accredited by the state of Indiana.
The Office of Communications is the Diocese of Gary’s liaison with the media. The Office also serves as a resource for the public and answers questions about the Catholic Church.
The diaconate is an ordained ministry of the Church and the deacon is ordained to serve the bishop in ministries of liturgy, Word and charity.
Evangelization proclaims the Good News of salvation. It seeks to make disciples of Jesus Christ.
Office of Catechesis aims to foster in all the Catholic faithful a deep love and devotion for Jesus Christ.
The Finance Office provides a wide range of accounting and records keeping functions to support diocesan business operations.
The Office of Human Resources provides quality services, promotes an environment characterized by fair and just treatment of staff, open communication, personal accountability, trust and respect.
To live and promote a model of Church that is: communitarian, evangelizing, and missionary, incarnate in the reality of the Hispanic people and open to the diversity of cultures.
“A man and a woman united in marriage form a family together with their children. God instituted the family and endowed it with its fundamental constitution.
A Tribunal exists for the protection and the vindication of the rights of Christ’s faithful.
The Office of Pro-Life Activities supports initiatives aligned with Catholic teaching, respecting life from conception until natural death.
Stewardship is the lifestyle by which we live out our baptismal promise of discipleship. We acknowledge that God has given each of us unique gifts and talents, and that we show our gratitude to God
Because a vocation is a serious commitment of one’s life to follow God’s call, proper effort and care are required to determine what God’s call is.
The Office of Worship's primary purpose is to serve the Bishop of the Diocese, "the priestly leader of the diocese".
The Office for Youth and Young Adult Ministry (OYYA) serves youth; middle and high school aged teenagers, young adults; those in their 20’s and 30’s, and those who minister to young people.
The ordained priests and deacons within the Diocese of Gary, as well as the religious Priests, Brothers and Sisters
As baptized Christians, we are obliged to be stewards of the Church which is the Church’s essential mission. This mission- proclaiming, teaching, serving, and sanctifying- is our task.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Gary, was established in 1937 as an organized response by the Church to meet human needs in Northwest Indiana.
People have a right and a duty to participate in society, seeking together the common good and well-being of all, especially the poor and the vulnerable.
The Diocesan Lay Ecclesial Ministry program is a four-year program that prepares lay men and women for specific roles of service and leadership in and for the Church.