Humility is a fundamental virtue that each Christian must strive to deepen in our lives. However, sometimes it is a gift that we receive from the most unlikely places.
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Fifty years may seem like a very long time. However, today it feels like a blink of the eye as I reflect upon the years that my family has spent in a single home.
On June 13, 1969, my parents brought my sister and I into the Read More ››
FAMILY TRIVIA NIGHTS
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During Lent 2019, more than 1,400 families accepted Bishop Caggiano’s Family Bible Challenge. They received a weekly reflection and quiz. Season two of the FBC begins on Pentecost Sunday. As part of season two, The Leadership Institute and a few parishes Read More ››
When I was a young boy, Wednesday was my favorite day of the week for two reasons. First, it was the day when we had release time, allowing school to end at 1:00 PM so that the children from public school could come to religion class. Read More ››
As we strive to position our Catholic schools for greater academic excellence and long term financial stability, strategic planning is an essential tool. While we need to maintain the essence and heart of Catholic education, we must also adopt the best of modern practice and pedagogy, Read More ››
STAMFORD- Superintendent of Diocesan Schools Dr. Steven Cheeseman brought good news to Trinity High School Commencement Ceremony and to the entire high school community this evening when he announced that Trinity would remain open and move forward with plans for the future.
The auditorium erupted in joy and Read More ››
Tomorrow evening begins the celebration of the Baccalaureate Masses for our five regional Catholic high schools. For me, it is a blessing to pray with our seniors and their families as they prepare to begin a new chapter in their young adult lives. Graced with the Read More ››
Thirty-two years ago today I celebrated my First Mass at Saint Sylvester Church in the City Line section of Brooklyn. I remember the day as if it were yesterday. It was a beautiful Spring day, with a church filled with parishioners whom I came to know Read More ››
Today the Church celebrates the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. We remember the heroic witness of the three young visionaries, Lucia, Francisco, and Jacinta, who were visited by Our Lady and given the task to bear witness to her presence, even in the face of Read More ››
As I was reflecting earlier this morning on today’s Gospel, I realized that there is an interesting parallel between the birth and the resurrection of Christ. In both cases, the persons chosen by the angels to announce the presence of Christ are the very persons that Read More ››
Over my 31 years as a deacon, the Lord has blessed me with many varied opportunities to serve Him at the Altar and to serve the people of God through my ministry. I have spent my ministry at two parishes during that time. One parish was Read More ››
In the coming days, Christians throughout the world celebrate the most sacred mysteries of our faith through the observance of Holy Week. Our journey accompanies the Lord on Palm Sunday with the jubilant crowd that joyfully welcomes into the city of Jerusalem as their liberator, only to Read More ››
DANBURY—Join Morning Glory on Saturday, June 1 for the Sixth-Annual Morning Glory Breakfast Program Walk-a-Thon. The event takes place at Meckauer Park located at 16 Shelter Rock Road in Bethel, Conn., starting at 9:30 am. All proceeds benefit the Northern Fairfield County Programs of Catholic Charities. Read More ››