FAIRFIELD—Fairfield University Art Museum announces the upcoming exhibition Archives of Consciousness: 6 Cuban Artists, opening January 24 and closing May 15, 2020. Featuring recent works by internationally renowned artists of Cuba’s post-Soviet era, this exhibit invites us to witness the struggles and experiences of life in Read More ››
Monthly Newspaper • DIOCESE OF BRIDGEPORT
DANBURY- Immaculate High School is pleased to announce that Bishop Frank Caggiano has appointed Wendy Neil of Redding as Principal. Ms. Neil has served as Interim Principal since July 2019 and before that, she was a teacher and program leader at Immaculate High School.
Neil began teaching Read More ››
NORWALK—In celebration of the true meaning of the Christmas season, nearly 140 students from All Saints Catholic School in Norwalk recently submitted entries in the Knights of Columbus’ annual Keep Christ in Christmas poster contest coordinated by St Matthew Council No, 14360 in Norwalk
According to the Read More ››
DANBURY—Looking for a fun event this Valentine’s Day? The classic silent film, Speedy (Harold Lloyd), will be showing at St. Peter Church at 7:30 pm. Live organ accompaniment will be provided by Boston-based organ virtuoso Peter Krasinski.
Speedy, Harold Lloyd’s last silent film, is a delightful romantic Read More ››
DANBURY—“Research indicates that the most effective Early Learning Childhood education programs, especially those in low-income communities, include parent education,” explained Holly Doherty-Lemoine, executive director of Foundations in Education as she describes the vision of the Christopher Ripp Early Learning Program.
This early intervention program, piloted at St. Read More ››
WILTON—Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Academy will hold an Open House on Sunday, January 26th from 2-4 pm and offer prospective students and families the opportunity to meet current students and faculty, take a guided tour and learn about registering for fall 2020.
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DANBURY—The Immaculate High School CyberPatriots placed first in the Platinum Division in the Connecticut Regional National Youth Cyber Defense Competition sponsored by the National Cyber Education Program. This is the fourth time that the team won the State competition, having won the State title in 2015, Read More ››
Diocesan Statement on Fr. Jaime Marin-Cardona
On Monday, January 6th Fr. Jaime Marin-Cardona was arraigned in Danbury on charges related to allegations of abuse of a juvenile. Fr. Marin-Cardona is being held on a bond.
On Friday, January 3rd, in cooperation with the Diocese of Bridgeport, Father Jaime Marin-Cardona, Read More ››
BROOKFIELD- Have you ever wondered if you were being “called” to discern the diaconate? Has someone, your pastor, a priest or a deacon ever mentioned to you that they can see you as a deacon someday? Do you feel that God calling you to live your faith differently, perhaps as a Read More ››
I’ve often wondered what kind of grandparents St. Anne and St. Joachim were. Though their Feastday is not celebrated until July 26, they serve as a model for all grandparents every day of the year and particularly in the Christmas Season when we reflect on the Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—Members of the Sacred Heart University hockey team and coaches dropped in on Bishop Frank J. Caggiano yesterday to present him with a hockey jersey.
The Bishop thanked the players and coaches, said the was proud of the team and took the opportunity to pray with them Read More ››
VATICAN CITY—Pope Francis prayed that people all over the world would end 2019 “in peace, peace in their hearts,” and that families would mark New Year’s by “communicating with one another.”
Reciting the Angelus prayer Dec. 29, the feast of the Holy Family, Pope Francis entrusted to Read More ››
The Monsey stabbing during Hanukkah is the latest in a series of antisemitic attacks throughout New York.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — On Sunday, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York condemned the recent spate of attacks against Jewish people in New York, following a stabbing that left five Read More ››
WESTON — In the early evening, a group of faithful from churches around the Diocese gathers at St. Francis of Assisi Parish to pray for a special intention, a cause so important it will affect the future of the Catholic Church — vocations.
They are members of Read More ››
“The Father has given him to us with great mercy. He has given him to everyone. He has given him forever. The Son is born, like a small light flickering in the cold and darkness of the night.”
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a Read More ››