Malta House, a residence for homeless pregnant and parenting mothers of all faiths and their children in Norwalk, will hold its Annual Gala on Saturday, April 29, at Woodway Country Club in Darien.
The gala includes 6:30pm Cocktails, Dinner, Live Auction, and popular “Bubbles & Bling” raffle, Read More ››
The Immaculate High School boys indoor track and field team won the Class S state championship Tuesday night at the Floyd Little Athletic Center, and the Immaculate girls finished second to perennial powerhouse Bloomfield.
For the Mustang boys, Christian Morris won the 600 meters with a time Read More ››
On February 13, Father John Connaughton, director of vocations for the Diocese of Bridgeport, conducted a Confirmation session for over 220 Confirmation candidates in the eighth and ninth grades at St. Thomas More Parish. Father Connaughton spoke with the confirmandis on the history & origin of Read More ››
The Diocese of Bridgeport is moving into an era where “Synod initiatives are coming to fruition,” said Bishop Frank J. Caggiano in his State of the Diocese address for the year 2016.
This year’s address was recorded at the Sacred Heart University video production studios in the Read More ››
As we enter 2017, parishes are moving to implement the goals and action steps articulated in the pastoral plans created over the last year.
These plans, created as a result of internal discussions by parish planning teams, pastors and staff, and ultimately approved by Bishop Frank J. Read More ››
On Saturday, February 11, Bishop Frank J. Caggiano will lead the participants of Catholic Underground in a Eucharistic Holy Hour of prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, including praise and worship, prayerful silence, and the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
The Holy Hour is the first Read More ››
Best Wishes to Emily Symeon as she celebrates her 101st Birthday with her friends at Holy Name Church Senior Circle in Stamford.
Emily is a life long resident of Stamford as well as an active life -ong parishioner of Holy Name of Jesus Church. “She enjoys life, Read More ››
Bishop Caggiano’s reflection on the storm
As I sit here at my desk watching the snow storm intensify, I cannot help but be filled with so many different memories of past snow storms, particularly those that occurred when I was a little boy.
Growing up in Brooklyn, it Read More ››
DANBURY—More than 80 parishioners from the greater Danbury area attended the recent Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) reception at Ethan Allen Hotel in Danbury. Msgr. Robert Weiss, pastor of St. Rose of Lima Parish in Newtown, hosted this Appeal event for the second year in a row.
The reception Read More ››
Innovation, investment, and transformation of Catholic education in the Diocese of Bridgeport were the focus of the formal launch of Foundations in Education this morning at Sacred Heart University.
More than 75 invited guests and diocesan education leaders turned out for the event in the Forum of Read More ››
This week is our national celebration of Catholic Schools Week. It is a special time during which we reflect and celebrate the great gift and enduring mission that Catholic education offers to the children and families entrusted to our care.
In addition to providing a superior education, Read More ››
The St. Ladislaus Youth Group raised funds raised funds to help “Together We Rise” and is donating 36 “Sweet Cases” for foster children in Norwalk area.
“In November, we learned that children in the foster care system don’t always have something to carry their personal belongings in Read More ››
Vice President Mike Pence told pro-life advocates from across the U.S. January 27 that “life is winning in America, and today is a celebration of that progress.”
Pence addressed the March for Life on the National Mall in Washington, making him the highest government official to address Read More ››
The Bridgeport Diocese’s 16-month study of under-enrolled and financially struggling Catholic elementary schools is expected to bring changes in as little as two weeks.
In Danbury and neighboring Brookfield, the solution is probably not to shut schools, but to change the way they are managed and to Read More ››
The annual March for Life will take place on Friday, January 27, in Washington D.C. This year’s theme is “The Power of One.” The largest pro-life rally in the world, the March is held on or around the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing abortion in Read More ››