Is The Catholic Church Dying? Bishop Zubik Hopes Plan Will Bring Diocese AliveUnder Bishop David Zubik, the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese will undergo a reorganization of parish consolidations.
Trump Administration Pulls Back On Employer Birth Control MandatesThe Trump administration pulled back Friday on mandates that require employers to pay for birth control.
Pennsylvania Officials Offer Condolences To Las Vegas Mass Shooting VictimsOfficials across Pennsylvania are offering their condolences to the victims of a mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Oakland Schools, Universities Targeted In Westboro Baptist Church ProtestsPittsburgh is preparing for a series of protests by a well-known hate group.
Bishop Zubik Speaks Out Against Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill, Urges BipartisanshipPittsburgh Catholic Bishop David Zubik says he has “serious concerns” about the latest Republican attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Bishop Zubik Hopes Merger Will 'Help People See The Focus Of Faith'The On Mission Commission, a group of priests and lay leaders, has recommended the 188 parishes in the Pittsburgh area be reduced to 48, which means mergers, and even name changes.
Pittsburgh Diocese Panel Proposes Merging 188 Parishes To 48A Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh panel has recommended a merging the current 188 parishes in the six-county diocese into 48.
Bishop Zubik Wants Dreamers To Have A Chance: ‘God Is Always There For The Underdog’Bishops representing the Catholic Church have joined the chorus of those wanting to give Dreamers a chance, urging the faithful to call their senators and congressional representatives to restore DACA.
Bishop Zubik On The Mend, Vows To Take It EasyJust two days after undergoing a three-hour back surgery, Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik was back at St. Paul Seminary.
Bishop Zubik Surgery Called A SuccessThe Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese announced Monday afternoon that Bishop David Zubik's surgery was a success.
Bishop Zubik Calls An Uber, Driver Turns Out To Be Old FriendWhen a leg problem stopped him from driving, Roman Catholic Bishop David Zubik started communing with a new world called "Uber."
Bishop Zubik Says He Got Hate Mail For St. Patrick's Day-Lent Meat RulingPittsburgh's Roman Catholic bishop says he got hate mail for allowing church members to eat meat on St. Patrick's Day, which this year fell on a Friday during Lent.