NORWALK—“When I gather together with you, I know I am with family,” Monsignor Walter Orlowski addressed the congregation during his homily at this weekend’s Mass of Thanksgiving, honoring the 40th Anniversary of his Ordination.
Joy, laughter, priests, religious, dignitaries and five generations of parishioners packed the church. Read More ››
STAMFORD—On a cool September evening when crowds filled the streets of downtown Stamford, strolling from restaurants to theaters and through the park, more than 30 faithful from the Basilica of St. John the Evangelist went out to share a message, a message that many people had Read More ››
VATICAN CITY—Pope Francis said Sunday that God forgets sins absolved within the confessional.
“How do you defeat evil? Accepting God’s forgiveness … It happens every time we go to confession; there we receive the love of the Father who overcomes our sin. It is no longer there, Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—Retired Connecticut Superior Court Judge Robert Holzberg, who is leading an independent investigation into the handling of the abuse crisis by the Diocese of Bridgeport, spoke to the presbyterate of the Diocese of Bridgeport at their annual fall meeting this afternoon at St. Francis of Assisi Parish Read More ››
STAMFORD—As several hundred students, administrators, officials and members of the Cingari family gathered, the new upper school space of the Catholic Academy of Stamford was formally dedicated Tuesday morning.
Bishop Frank J. Caggiano presided over a service which included the youth choir of the Catholic Academy, scripture Read More ››
ABOARD THE PAPAL FLIGHT FROM MADAGASCAR—Pope Francis told reporters he hoped and prayed the Catholic Church would not experience a new schism, but human freedom means people always have had and will have the “schism option.”
“I pray that there not be schism, but I am not Read More ››
FAIRFIELD—With freshly painted halls, clean classrooms and even a new picnic table in the playground, we welcomed students to a new school year at Saint Catherine Academy. View some photos of the first days of school.
“I like seeing my friends again. I like doing reading and Read More ››
SHELTON — Bishop Frank J. Caggiano celebrated a Mass of dedication at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Church on Saturday, September 7 for the new parish center, praising the faith community for their generosity in the We Stand With Christ capital campaign, and Father Ciprian Bejan for Read More ››
FAIRFIELD—Fairfield University has announced plans to build an 85,000-square foot, 3,500-seat Convocation Center on the current site of Alumni Hall. Projected to open in 2021, the new facility will boast a state-of-the-art broadcast and media center, luxury seating and lounge areas, and updated features that will Read More ››
NORWALK—The battle for the best chili was on, and believe it or not there was an upset. The four-year reign of Council 14360’s Past Grand Knight George Ribellino’s as champion came to an end by council member Tim Horne and his “Bud’s Best Chili.”
The competition was Read More ››
TRUMBULL— St. Joseph High School is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. David J. Klein as the new president beginning July, 2020. On Wednesday, September 4, the St. Joseph High School community received a letter from Board of Directors Chairperson, Mr. Christopher Wilson, announcing Mr. Read More ››
TRUMBULL—To honor and thank veterans and those who minister to them, the newly-formed youth group from St. Theresa Church in Trumbull joined with parishioner Dave Cox on Sunday to serve a Labor Day barbeque to residents and guests at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in West Read More ››
TRUMBULL— St. Joseph High School is proud to announce that on Tuesday, September 3, the school welcomed 196 freshmen into the Class of 2023 on their first full day of classes. The school currently enrolls 819 students in grades 9-12.
The Class of 2023 is comprised of Read More ››