Step 1: Instructions

The form on this web page should be used in the manner discussed below to request Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune’s participation in Events. This scheduling method represents an effort to more efficiently manage requests for the bishop’s time. Any comments or suggestions for improvement should be sent to his executive assistant, Joan Smith:

Before you submit any request it is recommended that you check Bishop Fabre-Jeune’s calendar to see if he already has a commitment for the date and time being requested. You should also check here to ensure that your request has been entered when you are informed that he has accepted your request.

Requests should be submitted by completing the attached on-line application. If possible, requests should be submitted during the two “open” months which are:

  1. March, for requesting events during the months of July through December in the same year, and,
  2. September, for requesting events during the months of January through June of the following year.

Requests submitted in March and September (and those that are submitted early) will be filed for consideration beginning on April 1 and Oct. 1, respectively. Thus, all requests for each period will be considered with fairness. It is recommended that requestors submit early and provide accurate contact information, in case clarification or additional information is required.

While most events will be scheduled using this method, the Sacrament of Confirmation will not. Deans compile a confirmation scheduled for their deaneries and these commitments will have a higher priority.

There will be emergent events from time to time. Requests for those should be submitted using the form below, and they will receive due consideration.

To submit your request please complete the form at the link and submit.

This form should be used to request events to be added to Bishop Fabre-Jeune’s Calendar. Requests submitted via mail, email or telephone will be handled as discussed above.

Step 2: Complete Bishop’s Event Request Form