Bishop David Zubik
At an annual art school parade, a female student dressed up as the pope, and was naked from the waist down while she passed out condoms.
KDKA-AM’s Larry Richert talks to Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik about the inauguration of Pope Francis.
Pope Francis has urged princes, presidents, sheikhs and thousands of ordinary people gathered for his installation Mass to protect God’s creation, the weakest and the poorest of the world.
Hundreds of thousands of Catholics are preparing to fill St. Peter’s Square Tuesday for Pope Francis’ installation.
A poll out Friday shows that a majority of Catholics now support same-sex marriage. The Quinnipiac University poll found 54 percent now support gay marriage, 38 oppose it.
The Catholic cardinals met today in the Vatican to begin deciding who should be Pope Benedict XVI’s successor.
The first official Mass of the renewed Saint Mary of the Mount Parish on Mount Washington was held on Saturday evening.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte is joined by local clergymen to discuss Pope Benedict’s historic resignation and the process of electing a new pope.
There was some shocking news from the Vatican Monday morning as Pope Benedict XVI announced he will resign at the end of the month.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte spoke with Bishop Zubick about young people and their role in the Catholic church.
A protest will be held downtown Wednesday afternoon to urge the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese to break their silence about an alleged predator priest who used to work in the city.
It is nearly impossible to look at the photos of the children who died at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School and not ask, “Why would God allow this to happen?” or “Why do bad things happen to good people?”
It is first capital campaign in the history of the Pittsburgh Diocese and it’s a big one. This weekend Bishop David Zubik will kick off a campaign to raise $125 million over the next five years.
Here is your chance to catch up on all the exciting and informative interview’s on the Thursday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is hoping to raise $125 million to fund everything from a new high school north of the city to an outreach to evangelize fallen-away Catholics during a new campaign.