Catholic Schools Will Release Early Monday For Solar EclipseThe first day of school for South Florida Catholic school students will be shortened due to Monday’s solar eclipse.
Court Backs Miami Archdiocese In Sex Abuse CaseAn appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Miami in a case stemming from allegations that three priests sexually abused a boy in the 1980s.
Investigation Underway Into Vandalism At Florida SchoolA case of vandalism at a South Florida school is under investigation.
Archdiocese Of Miami Sets Up Pilgrimage For Pope's VisitThe Archdiocese of Miami has organized a pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. for Pope Francis’ visit.
Miami Archdiocese Youth Head To Cuba For Historic Papal VisitSoon to join Pope Francis in Cuba is a group of young adults representing the youth of the Archdiocese of Miami.
On Eve Of Papal Visit, South Florida Pilgrims Land In CubaOn the eve on Pope Francis’ historic visit to Cuba, South Florida pilgrims were piling into the island country.
New Gen. Cuban-American Headed To Cuba To Reconnect During Pope TripFriday morning, a delegation from the Archdiocese of Miami will leave for Cuba. In the group will be a local Cuban American making a special trip to the island with his mother, who will reconnect with her roots as Pope Francis brings a message of hope.
Archdiocese & Habitat For Humanity To Build Home In Honor Of Pope FrancisThe Archdiocese of Miami and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami have teamed up Saturday morning to begin construction of a Liberty City home in honor of Pope Francis.
Archbishop, Florida Press Prepare For Pope's VisitMiami Archbishop Thomas Wenski is headed to Cuba along with Pope Francis next week.
Christmas Eve Mass At Saint Mary's Cathedral Gets Big TurnoutThe faithful all across South Florida gather at churches to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on Christmas Eve.
Catholic Church Changes Stance On GaysA host of topics are being discussed at a two week meeting at the Vatican and valuing gay people was one major talking point.
Archdiocese Holds Press Conference On Undocumented Minors As more children cross the border into the United States, the court system is trying to handle the influx of unaccompanied minors, but a plan to speed up the immigration hearing process has some religious leaders and advocates concerned.