BRIDGEPORT—Food is an essential need, yet so many people don’t have access to nutritious food. It’s a major health issue, said Bill Hoey, vice president of mission and ethics at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport.
“Food insecurity and the need for food is one of our Read More ››
NORWALK—St. Mary’s Church and the St. Cecilia Society are pleased to announce a free recital on Sunday, October 6, 3 pm at St. Mary’s Church, 669 West Avenue in Norwalk, Connecticut.
The multitalented Terrence B. Fay is an active singer, instrumentalist, composer, and conductor. He is a Read More ››
DANBURY—Immaculate High School is proud to announce that Ian Fitzgerald ‘20 of Brookfield achieved a perfect score (800) on his SAT math section, and Hunter Kirkman ‘20 of Sandy Hook was named a semifinalist in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship program.
As the words from the Book of Ecclesiastes remind us, “There is an appointed time for everything…” (Ecc 3:1). It is with a deep sense of excitement, mixed with real sadness, that I write to let you know that September 13, 2019 will be my 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 ››
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 ››
BRIDGEPORT— “Never work with a partner who does not know fear,” Fr. Charles Allen said a veteran police officer once told him. “People who know fear learn how to overcome it when they are called on to protect others and heal the wounds of the world.”
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BRIDGEPORT—On the 22nd anniversary of the death of St. Teresa of Calcutta, Bishop Frank J. Caggiano said that at a time when the world and Church face grave challenges, the saint of Calcutta’s “radical intimacy with Christ and radical intimacy with the poorest of the poor 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 ››
BROOKLYN—When Paul Moses was a student at Mary Queen of Heaven School in Brooklyn during the 1960s, a classmate would occasionally yell, “Rumble!” as St. Patrick’s Day approached in the hope of instigating a street fight between Irish and Italian kids. Moses says those youthful challenges 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 ››