TRUMBULL—St. Joseph High School, southern Connecticut’s premier college preparatory school, announced today that notable radio personality, Anna Zap, host of the Anna and Raven Show, will deliver the keynote speech during their annual Ladies Luncheon event to be held at the Great River Golf Club in Read More ››
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FAIRFIELD—”Here I Am, Lord,” “Be Not Afraid,” “Sing a New Song” — who doesn’t love these classic hymns that so many Catholics grew up with? After their final concert in St. Louis in September, three members of the St. Louis Jesuits decided to bring a smaller Read More ››
Giving Day is February 27th
FAIRFIELD—Mark your calendars for Giving Day 2020 on Thursday, February 27.
Saint Catherine Center has participated in the annual, one-day, online fundraising initiative since 2016, attracting new supporters each year. In 2019, we surpassed our goal. This year, in celebration of the upcoming Read More ››
DANBURY—Immaculate High School will honor Ralph McIntosh of Newtown and Marie Proverb of Danbury at its 15th Annual Gala on Saturday, March 21 at the Amber Room Colonnade in Danbury. Both honorees are being celebrated for their vast commitment to Immaculate High School and the community Read More ››
TRUMBULL—St. Joseph High School, southern Connecticut’s premier college preparatory school, announced today the names of eighteen student-athletes who signed National Letters of Intent or Celebratory Letters in nine different sports.
The National Letter of Intent (NLI) is a document used to indicate a student’s commitment to Read More ››
WILTON—Connor Bowron and Lauren Davis, two students from Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Academy in Wilton, were honored recently during the 13th Annual Tyler Ugolyn Memorial Basketball Tournament. The tournament is named in memory of 1993 OLF graduate Tyler Ugolyn, who perished in the 9/11 terrorist Read More ››
SOUTHBURY—SJCA students in grades K-8 enjoyed a beautiful and chilly day observing Bald Eagles at the Shepaug Dam Eagle Observation Area in Southbury. Students were able to view both adult and juvenile eagles. They witnessed eagles skimming the water and actually standing in the shallow water Read More ››
For the past week, I have been battling a form of bronchitis that has proven to be quite stubborn. Later today I will be visiting with my pulmonologist to see if he has any suggestions on how best to get the congestion in my lungs eliminated. Read More ››
FAIRFIELD—“As believers, we form a community, each of us a living brick held together by mortar that is divine, that is the Holy Spirit in our midst, ” said Bishop Frank J. Caggiano at the recent Catholic Business Forum Mass and Brunch held at Fairfield University.
The Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—For the third year, parishes and churches throughout the Diocese of Bridgeport are invited to apply for funding that will innovate and re-energize religious education programs, youth ministry initiatives or other faith formation projects that target underserved groups.
Responding to Bishop Caggiano’s invitation to lifelong formation, in Read More ››
DANBURY—Brian Hayes, Immaculate High School’s long-running cross country and track coach, was recently chosen to receive the Connecticut High School Coaches Association Award for Outstanding Coach of the Year for Girls Cross Country.
This is Coach Hayes second big honor in two years, as last year he Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—In the continued practice of full transparency, the Diocese of Bridgeport has released its Consolidated Financial Statements for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2019.
The consolidated audited report is posted online on the diocesan website. The diocese has continued its strategy of prudent management and stewardship as Read More ››
STAMFORD —For many years, Noelle Amann was a sidewalk counselor who stood outside the Planned Parenthood clinic in Stamford, trying to persuade women to choose life. Some were there for abortions, others health services, and as they entered, they were accompanied by escorts who kept them Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT- Oftentimes we are tempted to do more during Lent. For Lent 2020, why not focus on being. Allow Lent 2020 to be a season of emptying, opening, and decluttering of schedules, minds, and hearts to make room for what God has in store for us Read More ››
“You learn through immersion. Like going to another country to learn a language, being fully immersed you learn so, so much,” said Katie Curry, one of the first Fellows accepted into the Aquinas Fellowship Program (AFP).
Bishop Frank J. Caggiano had launched the Aquinas Fellowship Program in Read More ››