New school building dedicated
Photo by CHUCK AUSTIN
Bishop David Zubik presides at the dedication and blessing of the
new Mross-McGonigle Hall classroom building at Aquinas Academy
in Gibsonia March 23. The bishop offered Mass that morning prior
to the ceremony. The 22,000-square-foot building was completed in
December. A $4.85 million project named after lead donors, it
consists of 13 classrooms, two state-of-the-art high school science
labs and an arts wing. Leslie Mitros, head of school, is shown with
Bishop Zubik. (Photo by Chuck Austin)
Parishes discuss bishop’s letter on evangelization
By: William Cone, Editor
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‘A strong belief in the future of the faith’
By: BOB De WITT
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The most extensive church restoration in the 160-year history of Immaculate Conception Parish in Washington, according to a maj ...
7-church visits set
By: Bill Hill, Correspondent
Annual Holy Thursday pilgrimages focus on prayer, fellowship
Seven-church pilgrimages are held the evening of Holy Thursday, usually following the Mass of the Lord’s Supper in parishes thro ...
Parish activities scheduled for the Easter triduum
Parishes listed here submitted information to the Pittsburgh Catholic. The listing also can be found at www.pittsburghcatholic.org.
HT: Holy Thursday
GF: Good ...
Speaker: Middle East needs a vibrant Christian presence
By: Jerry Zufelt, Correspondent
Maronite Catholic leader urges support for the Holy Land
GREENSBURG — Chorbishop John Faris, a native of Uniontown who has served the Catholic Church in the Holy Land, said that denying IS ...