Ladies of Charity investiture
The Ladies of Charity had their annual investiture of officers and
members during a Mass March 28 with Bishop David Zubik as the
main celebrant at St. Paul Cathedral in Pittsburgh’s Oakland
neighborhood. The diocesan group participates in projects that help
the elderly and needy. In 2014, the organization locally had more
than 1,450 active members serving 76 parishes. (Photo by
Bishop Zubik announces On Mission initiative
April 12, 2015
Sunday of Divine Mercy
My dear friends in Christ:
We hear in the Acts of the Apostles today that in the early days of the church “the community of believers was of one h ...
To ‘learn Jesus, love Jesus and live Jesus’
By: Bob DeWitt
On Mission for The Church Alive! will involve all the faithful
The Diocese of Pittsburgh is embarking on a dynamic planning initiative focused on growth through evangelization, Bishop David ...
Philadelphia pilgrimage made easier and more affordable
By: Helene Paharik
Local families whose members wish to grow closer to each other and to God can now use credit cards — and apply for scholarships — to attend the World Meeting of Families and papal visit in Philadelphi ...
Discussion to focus on Catholic-Lutheran unity
By: Pittsburgh Catholic Staff Report
2017 will mark the 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation
A discussion on “From Conflict to Communion,” Lutheran-Catholic Common Commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformati ...
Haney named director of child protection office
She will oversee programs ensuring compliance
Phyllis Haney has been named Director of the Office for Protection of Children and Young People in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, effective April 2 ...
The merciful God judges
By: David Mills
Pope’s new document explains Jesus’ high standards
We had gotten stuck in a corner together at a party. The fellow told me about his life, which included a good bit of moral corner-cutting ...