The Diocese of Cheyenne encompasses the entire State of Wyoming, to include Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The rich history of Catholicism in Wyoming began on July 5, 1840, when Father Pierre-Jean DeSmet said the first Catholic Mass near Horse Creek, at the Green River Rendezvous, in present-day Sublette County. Since then, with our Diocese established in 1887, we have grown to 33 parishes and missions. Our state is a land of wide open spaces and sparsely populated towns, but our people are faith-filled and tightly-knit, bound together by a love of God, country, community, and a Western spirit unique to this special place.
Daily Mass Readings from The New American Bible (iTunes podcast)
Daily Video Reflections from USCCB
Read the September 10, 2019 press release from the Diocese of Cheyenne
Read the Diocese of Cheyenne's response to the Cheyenne Police Department's press release on August 14, 2019.
Read Bishop Steven's Op-Ed regarding the proposed immigration detention center planned for Evanston, Wyoming.
St. Anthony of Padua in Casper has two job openings. Learn more...
The Diocese of Cheyenne has job openings at the Chancery Learn more...
Featuring Lisa Cotter! October 11-12 in Casper. Register today!
The 66th Annual Convention will be held in Casper, Wyoming on September 22-23.
High school students! Join us for NCYC in November. Details here...
September Institute Information sheet includes registration and lodging link. Parish staff and clergy, register today!
The Shalom Fund was established in 2018 by Bishop Steven Biegler to assist in the therapy and treatment for survivors of sexual abuse. Learn more in the March 2019 issue of the Wyoming Catholic Register.