Several bishops held a prayer service in Mt. Washington Saturday morning, delivering an Easter blessing for the City of Pittsburgh.
Two more local churches are merging together as congregation numbers drop.
Duquesne University held a special mass to celebrate the start of a new school year.
This Holy Father is proving himself to be a pope of the people.
A Carnegie Mellon art student who dressed up as the pope — naked from the waist down — has started a fire storm of controversy.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has sent out a letter to parishioners at a church in Wilkinsburg about an accusation of sexual abuse.
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.
Read Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik’s full statement on the election of Pope Francis I.
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.
More than 1,000 people turned out at St. James Roman Catholic Church in Sewickley for a farewell mass for Rev. Daniel Valentine. He’s resigning after six years as the pastor of that church. Bishop David Zubik attended the service.
Sources close to the investigation tell the KD Investigators that Father Daniel Valentine’s Facebook posts involved an invitation to a minor to drink alcohol and that they have found pornography on his computer.
Led by Bishop David Zubik, the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, Catholic Charities and Catholic Cemeteries filed a 60-page lawsuit against the Obama administration’s Health and Human Services Department over a controversial mandate on birth control and other women’s health services.
President Obama is nixing a requirement that religious employers pay for insurance coverage that provides free birth control services.
Catholic Bishop David Zubik used strong words today to describe his unhappiness at the Obama Administration. The issue is over whether Catholic-run institutions should be required to offer their employees an insurance plan that covers contraceptives.