Catholic Diocese of Greensburg Says Mass Can Resume In JuneThe Diocese of Greensburg says its parishes can begin celebrating Mass again in June.
Coronavirus In Westmoreland County: Latrobe Priest Tests Positive For CoronavirusA priest in Latrobe has tested positive for coronavirus, the Diocese of Greensburg announced Wednesday.
Coronavirus Cancellations: Diocese Of Greensburg Suspends Mass, Cancels Fish FrysThe Diocese of Greensburg is suspending Mass and canceling fish frys in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Catholic Bishops Statewide Dispense Obligation To Attend MassAll the bishops in Pennsylvania have decided to dispense the obligation to attend Mass.
Diocese Of Greensburg Report: More Than $4M Paid To Sexual Abuse VictimsThe Diocese of Greensburg released a report on its survivors' compensation fund, saying that more than $4 million has been paid.
Retired Diocese Of Greensburg Priest Accused Of Sexually Abusing A Minor DiesA retired priest from the Diocese of Greensburg who was placed on administrative leave after credible allegations of sexual abuse of a minor has died.
Diocese Of Greensburg Finds Child Sexual Abuse Accusations Against Priest UnsubstantiatedChild abuse accusations against a Westmoreland County priest have been found to be unsubstantiated after an investigation from the Diocese of Greensburg.
Greensburg Central Catholic Holds Prayer Service For Lightning Strike VictimsSeveral people attended a prayer service at Greensburg Central Catholic High School for the victims of a lightning strike.
Diocese Of Greensburg Priest Accused Of Sexually Abusing A MinorA priest with the Diocese of Greensburg has been accused of sexually abusing a minor.
Parishioners Shocked, Upset At Uniontown Priest's Removal After Abuse AllegationsParishioners at a Uniontown church are shocked and upset that their priest will not return to active ministry due to "credible and substantiated" abuse allegations.
Diocese Of Greensburg Announces Allegations Against Priest Both ‘Credible and Substantiated’The Diocese of Greensburg announced on Saturday that Father James W. Clark will not be returning to active ministry after an allegation against him was “found to be both credible and substantiated.”