Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh Launches Coronavirus Emergency FundThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has launched an emergency coronavirus fund to support parishes while in-person masses are canceled.
Pittsburgh Catholic Newspaper Terminates All Employees, Stop DistributionThe official newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has reportedly terminated all of its employees.
Coronavirus Changes: Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh Dispenses The Obligation To Not Eat Meat On Lenten FridaysThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is dispensing the obligation to abstain from eating meat on Lenten Fridays, except for Good Friday.
Coronavirus Closures: Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh Cancels All MassesThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will be canceling all masses starting on Monday and plan to live stream their services.
As Carlow University Looks To Expand, Future Of St. Agnes Church In Oakland Remains UnknownThe future of St. Agnes church in Pittsburgh remains unknown.
Pennsylvania Dioceses Offer $84M To 564 Clergy Abuse VictimsPennsylvania’s Roman Catholic dioceses have paid nearly $84 million to 564 victims of sexual abuse, a tally that’s sure to grow substantially in the new year as compensation fund administrators work through a backlog of claims, according to an Associated Press review.
Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh To Create Eight New, Merged Parishes On January 6The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has announced eight new, merged parishes to be created on January 6, 2020.
Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh To Close South Side Church In Need Of Multiple RepairsA South Side church facing an uphill battle due to repairs is set to close.
KDKA Investigates: A Judge's Ruling May Push The Diocese Of Pittsburgh Into BankruptcyA judge has denied a request by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh to use an $8 million-plus fund for needy children to help compensate victims of sexual abuse by priests.
KDKA Investigates: Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh's Fiscal Crisis Puts Squeeze On Catholic SchoolsMany catholic schools are in financial trouble.
367 People Submit Claims For Pittsburgh Diocese's Compensation FundMore than 300 people submitted claims to the Diocese of Pittsburgh's Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program.
2 More Catholic Priests Accused Of Child Sex AbuseTwo more Catholic priests are being accused of child sex abuse.
St. Raphael School In Morningside To Shut Down This Coming School YearDue to a lack of enrollment, the Pittsburgh East Regional Catholic Elementary Schools board voted to close St. Raphael School in Morningside.
A Message Of Hope: Bishop Zubik Announces Parish MergersOne day after announcing that several parishes in the diocese will merge, Bishop Zubik is spreading a message of hope.
Catholic Diocese Announces New Parish Mergers And 5 New ShrinesThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh announced new parish groupings and five new shrines.