Office of the Chancellor

Role of the office

The Chancellor serves as both the chief notary and secretary of the diocesan curia (c. 482-485).

He or she is the principal record-keeper of the diocese and is responsible for maintaining the security, integrity, and confidentiality of documents, including maintaining the diocesan archives in accordance with Canon Law (c.486 – 491).

Acts of the Bishop and Vicar General, which of their nature are designed to have a juridical effect must, as a requirement for validity, be signed by the Chancellor or a notary (c 483).

The Chancellor has additional duties at the discretion of the bishop.

Parish & Mission Statistical Forms

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Deacon Rob Huff

Deacon Rob Huff


Kim Brayman

Kim Brayman

Administrative Assistant