Bishop Zubik Calls For More Gun ControlA massacre at a nightclub in Orlando has reignited the gun control debate nationally, as well as within the Pittsburgh community.
Pittsburgh Juneteenth Celebration Marks The End Of SlaveryThe Juneteenth Celebration marks the end of slavery.
Local Parishes Merging, Two Church Buildings ClosingBishop David A. Zubik has announced three mergers involving ten parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Catholic Diocese Investigating After Funds Reported Missing At Ambridge ChurchThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is investigating after a local pastor reported missing funds from his parish in Beaver County.
Priest Placed On Administrative Leave Over Alleged Sex Abuse ClaimA priest in Beaver County has been placed on administrative leave while a claim of sexual abuse is investigated.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Closing School, 3 ChurchesThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is closing a K-8 school due to low enrollment, and three churches that haven't been used as worship sites since 2011.
Locals Celebrate Canonization Of Former Popes Bishop David Zubik is among several local Catholics who made the trip to the Vatican, while thousands celebrated here.
Landmark Church Temporarily Closed For Ceiling RepairsIt's one of the many historic, architectural gems in the city.
Native Argentinian Overjoyed By Election Of Pope FrancisMaria Ferreyra, of Point Breeze, expressed her excitement and pleasure over the election of an Argentinian cardinal to be the new head of the Roman Catholic Church.
New Poll Shows Majority Of Catholics Support Same-Sex MarriageA 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.
Priest Sentenced On Child Pornography ChargesA suspended Pittsburgh priest who was caught with child porn on his computer was sentenced in federal court Wednesday.
Preservationists Upset As St. Nicholas Church Dismantling BeginsThe dismantling of St. Nicholas Church along Route 28 has begun, but preservationists are not pleased at the way the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is going about it.