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.
Bishop Zubik: Dan Rooney Was ‘Quintessentially A Pittsburgher & Very Humble'One person who was with Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney in his final days was the leader of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese, Bishop David Zubik.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Working To Keep Cemeteries Of Merged Parishes MaintainedThe Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese recently conducted a series of meetings as it considers a new round of consolidations in response to a dwindling number of parishioners.
Bishop Zubik Gives Irish-Catholics OK To Eat Meat On St. Patrick's DayBishop David Zubik, of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese, is giving Irish-Catholics the okay to eat corned beef and hash on St. Patrick's Day.
Bishop Working To Reverse Declining Catholic School EnrollmentPittsburgh is marked by a rich history of vibrant Catholic schools.
Pittsburgh Diocese Addresses Shrinking Numbers, ConsolidationFor the past two decades, St. Albert the Great Catholic church in Baldwin and those in surrounding communities have been losing parishioners and not attracting new ones.
Former Members Of St. Anthony's Church Continue To Fight For ReopeningWhen the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese closed a local church, its former members took their fight to keep it open all the way to the top, and even after a ruling from the Vatican, they're still not ready to give up.
Pittsburgh Diocese Initiative Designed To Draw People Back To ChurchThe Diocese says Mass attendance has dwindled from almost 247,000 in the year 2000 to just over 149,000 last year.
Bishop Zubik "Hopeful" All Sides Can Come Together, Resolve Conflict On Contraceptive MandateBishop David Zubik of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese discusses the Supreme Court’s decision (or non-decision) on the Obamacare contraceptive mandate.
Bishop Zubik Hoping To Give Parishioners More Of A Say In Future Of ChurchesParishioners in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh can expect more mergers and even more closures, but according to Bishop David Zubik, congregations will have more of a say.
Supreme Court Justices Divided Over Health Law Birth Control PlanThe Supreme Court seems deeply divided over the arrangement devised by the Obama administration to spare faith-based groups from having to pay for birth control for women covered under their health plans.