The audacity of the thing was matched only by the unseemly speed of its arrival.
It took humanity thousands of years to go from Icarus and Daedalus and other myths of human flight around the world to the first breathless, fleeting steps into the world of powered, Read More ››
NORWALK—St. Philip’s in Norwalk is proud to announce its annual Family Fall Festival to be held on Saturday, September 21 from 9 am-4 pm. The event will take place rain or shine and admission is free for all.
With new attractions for family fun and even more Read More ››
HAMDEN—The Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus recently welcomed Sr. Barbara Thomas, ASCJ, as the newly appointed Provincial Superior for their United States Province, which is located in Hamden.
While Sr. Barbara spent the past 12 years as President of Cor Jesu Academy in St. Louis, Read More ››
Vatican City, Jul 14, 2019 / 05:36 am (CNA).- Helping a person in need requires compassion toward their situation, Pope Francis said Sunday, encouraging Catholics to think first about their own hardness of heart, not the sins of others.
“If you go down the street and see Read More ››
FAIRFIELD— Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic School welcomes all to their vegetable and flower garden! The students have worked hard in constructing a garden full of lush veggies and bountiful flowers, and now it is time to sell them to anyone and everyone. The St. Thomas “Giving Read More ››
TRUMBULL—A new affiliation of the Lay Dominicans of St. Dominic (Third Order) has found a home in Fairfield County at St. Theresa’s Church in Trumbull. The new affiliation formed one year ago and has been thriving since then. The affiliation has been named: “Our Lady of Fatima,” Read More ››
Recent images and news reports have shed new light on the disturbing conditions at the United States border with Mexico.
Archbishop of Hartford Leonard P. Blair, Bishop of Bridgeport Frank J. Caggiano, Bishop of Norwich Michael R. Cote, Bishop of the Ukrainian Diocese of Stamford P. Paul Read More ››
The following is an excerpt from the Lancers in Lima blog, which will be updating readers as students from Notre Dame in Fairfield travel on their first international mission trip to Lima, Peru.
Happy July 8th! This will forever be the anniversary of Notre Dame’s first Read More ››
STAMFORD—We are writing in response to The Stamford Advocate’s June 30 story, “Trinity Enrollment Drop Has No One Reason.”
The Diocese of Bridgeport’s transparency about the decline in enrollment has been more than matched by its commitment to the future of the school and its belief in Read More ››
HAMDEN—An historical exhibit dedicated to the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Congregation’s newly beatified foundress, Blessed Clelia Merloni, was unveiled to the public during a dedication ceremony on June 28—the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Founded in Italy in 1894 by Read More ››
Father Terrence Walsh is happy the capital campaign is finally coming to a close for Christ the King Parish in Trumbull. The months of planning and fund-raising were successful, and the parish can finally put a much-needed new roof on the school building… for $50,000.
Father, who Read More ››
From her first years as a cloistered nun through her tenure as headmistress at Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich and Executive Director of the Catholic Academy of Bridgeport, Sister Joan Magnetti, RSCJ, has been committed to quality Catholic education for all students.
For more than Read More ››
WILTON—More than 250 people turned out to celebrate the launch of Veritas Catholic Radio, which Bishop Frank J. Caggiano called “a historic moment in the life of our diocese.”
He praised Steve Lee, President & CEO of Veritas Catholic Network Inc. for his efforts to bring Catholic Read More ››
WILTON—Members of Sodality, a youth group for middle school students at Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Wilton, recently did a variety of projects around the church grounds. From picking up litter, pulling weeds and planting beautiful flowers, children of the parish cared for “our plot Read More ››
ROME—Pope Francis has formally approved the canonizations of Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman and four other blessed, and decreed that these canonizations will take place in St. Peter’s Square on Sunday, Oct. 13.
The Holy Father made the announcement at a July 1 ordinary public consistory of cardinals on causes Read More ››