NORWALK—In an effort to rebuild and heal the Catholic Church in the wake of the sex abuse crisis, women and lay leaders have taken a more central role in the process of bringing families back to Mass.
For a group of women at St. Matthew Church in Read More ››
STAMFORD—Bishop Frank J. Caggiano said in his Sunday homily that as Christians we must not let our faith be formed by politics when we consider the needs of the poor and immigrants.
At a Mass honoring St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, patron saint of immigrants, he said, “We live Read More ››
RIVERSIDE—Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the Tony Award-winning Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical is the captivating masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better Read More ››
DANBURY—Immaculate High School has sent five Fall teams to their respective State Tournaments this season, with boys soccer, girls soccer, field hockey, girls volleyball and girls swim all qualifying based on their regular-season winning records. Immaculate also saw cross-country athletes competing in both the State Open Read More ››
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—All are invited to enjoy the “Sounds and Songs of the Season” at Immaculate High School’s Christmas Concert and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Sunday, December 8 beginning at 4 pm. Beautiful holy and seasonal musical performances by student concert and mixed choirs, guitar ensemble and bands, Read More ››
VATICAN CITY—Following through on a proposal made at the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon, Pope Francis said there are plans to include a definition of ecological sins in the church’s official teaching.
“We should be introducing—we were thinking—in the Catechism of the Catholic Church the sin Read More ››
BALTIMORE—The day after the U.S. bishops were encouraged at their Baltimore meeting to bring young people back to the church, they were urged to also pay more attention to and support the teens and young adults among them in parishes and church programs.
To help them do Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—On October 2, Catholic Academy of Bridgeport Board Chair Brad Evans welcomed 60 guests to the schools’ 10th Annual Fall Dinner celebration at Polpo Restaurant in Greenwich.
Sixty guests dined on Polpo’s upscale Italian fare. Those in attendance included eight of the Academy’s 12 board members, all Read More ››
TRUMBULL— Holly Doherty-Lemoine, CFRE, executive director of Foundations in Education, a non-profit initiative designed to support education in the Diocese of Bridgeport, received the 2019 Best-of-Connecticut Outstanding Fundraising Professional at the National Philanthropy Day breakfast held recently at the Trumbull Marriott. The award ceremony was hosted Read More ››
BALTIMORE—Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles was elected to a three-year term as president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops during the bishops’ fall general assembly in Baltimore.
The native of Mexico was chosen Nov. 12 with 176 votes from a slate of 10 nominees.
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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.
“This is true Read More ››