WESTPORT– Calling all bargain hunters, craft lovers, and shoppers of all ages!
Don’t miss the Annual Saint Luke Harvest Fair this weekend on November 16 and 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Admission is FREE.
The Harvest Fair will be held on Saint Luke Catholic Read More ››
DANBURY– Immaculate High School students and faculty came together for a Veterans Prayer Service and Tribute to honor all veterans who gave so much to protect our freedoms and safety. The IHS band and choir performed patriotic music honoring all military branches.
The names of the Read More ››
Bunny Rodriguez is exhausted and emotionally drained. It’s been nearly a month since her father went missing from his Middletown home.
“I have children. They do miss their Pop Pop so that’s very hard each day too to tell them, I’m still looking and they’re hopeful,” said Read More ››
Vatican City, Nov 9, 2019 / 06:40 am (CNA).- When theology and philosophy engage with cultures in creative ways, they become a powerful tool for renewing humanity with the Word of God, Pope Francis said Saturday, during the awarding of the 2019 Ratzinger Prize.
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STRATFORD — They came to St. Michael Cemetery on a cold and blustery All Souls Day to pray for family members and friends … and people who had no one to pray for them. They celebrated Mass for the faithful departed in a tent on an Read More ››
GREENWICH — Sarita Hanley, a board member of the Catholic Relief Services foundation, saw the devastation in Haiti after an earthquake claimed 300,000 lives, and she has traveled to Iraq, Ethiopia, Egypt and Lebanon to witness global humanitarian efforts firsthand.
On Wednesday, she brought a message of Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT— “Discipleship is a journey of the heart,” Bishop Frank J. Caggiano said at the St. Augustine Medal of Service prayer service and awards ceremony.
Hundreds filled the Cathedral on a beautiful Saturday afternoon for the service in which the Bishop conferred medals on 156 men Read More ››
Saint Mary Parish, Bethel: Mr. Robert & Mrs. Debra Nelson
Nominated by Reverend Corey V. Piccinino, Pastor
St. Mary School, Bethel: Mrs. Eleanor McClellan
Nominated by Mrs. Kate McDonald, Principal
Blessed Sacrament Parish, Bridgeport: Ms. Isidra Gonzalez
Nominated by Reverend Joseph J. Karcsinski, Parochial Administrator
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Bridgeport, Read More ››
STRATFORD — The President of Catholic University told more than 400 people at the Redemptoris Mater Seminary gala that in the fight over religious liberty, the goal of Catholics should not simply be to win court battles but to evangelize their opponents.
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When John Henry Newman was created a cardinal in 1879, he chose as his motto “Cor ad cor loquitor” — “Heart speaks to heart.” He borrowed the phase from the writings of one of his favorite saints, St. Francis de Sales, a 17th century bishop who Read More ››
STAMFORD — The Basilica of St. John the Evangelist celebrated the canonization of Cardinal John Henry Newman on Sunday with a performance of the Great Mass in G Major by the legendary Irish composer Sir Charles Villiers Stanford.
The majestic music of the Stanford’s Mass filled the Read More ››
STRATFORD—About 40 Catholics from the Stratford area gathered for the Public Rosary on Saturday October12, 2019 at the Paradise Green Gazebo in Stratford. The public prayer service was organized by “America Needs Fatima.” The group sponsored 20,000 Public Rosaries across the United States. Maureen Kuhar served Read More ››
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Catholic Church’s mission in the world is to spread the fire of God’s love and must not be limited to the “‘ordinary maintenance’ of those who already know the Gospel,” Pope Francis said.
Celebrating the opening Mass of the Synod of Bishops Read More ››
The Dedication Mass at Saint More Church, celebrated with Bishop Frank Caggiano, will take place Saturday, September 21, at 4:30pm. A reception will follow on the Great Lawn. All are invited to attend!
Bellow is a letter from Bishop Caggiano to the parishioners of Read More ››
In late June, Baby Monica was laid to rest after a funeral Mass at the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Brooklyn, New York. She had been found, dead and discarded, in a bag surrounded by bloody clothing under a tree near a Brooklyn Read More ››