Archbishop Thomas Wenski
The $1 billion Port Miami Tunnel is officially open. The new tunnel which connects PortMiami to Miami International Airport and the interstate opened Sunday morning at 10 a.m.
The attorney for a gay couple asked a Florida Keys judge to lift a stay in his ruling that Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. The motion was denied.
It’s the first church erected and paid for by Miami’s Haitian community and on Saturday it will be celebrated through a dedication mass.
Sunday is not on the first day of December, it’s also World AIDS Day. To mark the occasion, Archbishop Thomas Wenski celebrated a special World AIDS Day Mass at St. Mary Cathedral to pray for those living with HIV/AIDS, their families, and in remembrance of those who have passed away because of complications caused by HIV.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has elected Archbishop Joseph Kurtz to be their new president. Archbishop Thomas Wenski of the Archdiocese of Miami made the short list along with nine other religious leaders from New Orleans, Detroit, Cincinnati, Washington and Los Angeles.
In an effort to help those in need after Typhoon Haiyan decimated six central islands in the Philippines, the Archdiocese of Miami will take up a second collection to raise money.
Catholics across South Florida joined Catholics all around the world praying for peace in Syria. The pope called for a day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria and the Middle East.
Cuban bishops and priests will join Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami for mass at Our Lady of Charity National Shrine in Miami on Sunday.
A ceremony was held in Miami for seven priests promoted to monsignors, the last to be named in South Florida by recently retired Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
As the world looks to Rome for a new leader CBS4′s Jim DeFede sits down with Archbishop Thomas Wenski to disuss the future of the Church and the upcoming conclave.