Bishop David Zubik
The stars lined up to give Mangino and Shelley their prayers, pep talks and all around advice for their new show.
The Diocese of Pittsburgh has eliminated fees for annulments in keeping with comments by Pope Francis that the church should make it easier for some divorced Roman Catholics to remarry and receive other sacraments.
A Catholic priest who took the ice bucket challenge with Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik last year has died of the disease they were raising money to cure: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese celebrated a major milestone Sunday.
In a somewhat unusual television ad campaign, a local Catholic bishop has an important message.
It’s been an exciting day for students of Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge this weekend to help a dear friend.
A priest in Beaver County has been placed on administrative leave while a claim of sexual abuse is investigated.
A meeting was held in Emsworth Tuesday night, where the sisters who run Holy Family Institute explained their decision to temporarily shelter immigrant children fleeing their homes in Central America
It’s a hot button issue, and now Bishop David Zubik is stepping into the immigration debate.
Bishop David Zubik reacts to the Pope’s homily today asking forgiveness from sexual abuse victims.
Friends, family, and Steelers Nation will say a final goodbye today to legendary head coach and Hall of Famer Chuck Noll.
What is it about papal press conferences taking place on planes? After discussing same-sex couples on a previous flight, this time the 77-year-old pontiff responded to questions about celibacy and married priests.
His name is Miraslov Stalmaschek, but his parishioners at St. Barbara’s in Bridgeville affectionately call him Fr. Miro. So when the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese asked for his resignation last week many were heartbroken.
Retired pontiff Benedict XVI will help Pope Francis celebrate the sainthood ceremony Sunday for John Paul II and John XXIII, setting the stage for an unprecedented occurrence of two living popes canonizing two of their predecessors. About 1 million pilgrims are expected at the event and many were flooding into Rome on Saturday.