The following departments make up the Central Offices of the Diocese of Winona.
Annual appeal, made through the diocesan parishes, for funding of the diocesan programs and mission.
Records on the diocese and its parishes are kept in the Diocesan Archives, located at the Diocesan Pastoral Center. Baptismal records are kept at the local parish.
Resources on Catholic burial and the maintenance of Catholic cemeteries.
Information on Catholic school education and links to the 33 Catholic schools operated by the Diocese of Winona.
The Courier, dow.org, facebook, news releases, the bishop’s schedule – communicate with the Diocese of Winona.
Men interested in learning more about becoming a permanent deacon will find the resources they need, as well as the diocesan program information.
Trusted investments and planned giving will help your family and the Diocese of Winona.
Learn more about the Catholic Church’s relationships with other faiths.
Share the Catholic faith with others
Stewardship of the temporal goods of the Church
Programs to ministry to the Hispanic population of the Diocese of Winona
Provides advisory services related to the administration of human resource policies, procedures and programs for parishes, schools and other institutions in the Diocese of Winona.
Educational opportunities about for the laity of the diocese – including the Institute of Lay Ministry
The Office of Life promotes the Dignity of the Human Person as made in the image and likeness of God and includes the areas of Marriage, Family, Respect Life, Safe Environment and other Social Issues.
Programs for the family, children, youth ministry and more.
Information on our faith practices, music, and liturgy
Diocesan programs for the engaged to prepare for sacramental marriage.
Catholics support the missionary activities of the church throughout
Have you been hurt by a member of the church? Find resources and recourse here.
Parish needs are constantly changing. The planning office oversees the distribution of pastoral services to parishes.
Remember the diocese in your will, or invest for the future.
Would you like to become a baptized Catholic? The process is detailed here.
Programs for adults and volunteers working with youth to learn how to keep our children safe.
Works of justice and peace are a hallmark of the Church. Learn about our social action programs.
The Annual Diocesan Appeal, investments and good stewardship of all resources.
A three-day experience of the Paschal Mystery for high school juniors through adults.
The judicial arm of the diocese, mostly known for its work on marriage annulment cases.
Men interested in diocesan priesthood will find resources and contact information here.
Youth ministry and family programs available in the Diocese of Winona.