Archdiocese of Miami
Miami’s Cuban exile community is mourning the loss of a spiritual leader.
South Floridians who wanted to accompany Archbishop Thomas Wenski to Cuba later this month to see the pope but couldn’t because the flights were booked up now have another chance.
If you wanted to see the Pope in Cuba, and thought you’s been shut out because of sold-out flights, the Archdiocese of Miami has a deal for you. New flights have been added to let the faithful travel to see the Holy Father.
The oldest Catholic church in South Florida has been named a minor basilica by the Vatican. Established in 1846, St. Mary Star of the Sea in Key West will be the first basilica in the Archdiocese of Miami.
When Pope Benedict visits Cuba at the end of March, a group of Catholics from Miami will be there to meet him.
Closed in 2009 due to budgetary constraints, parishioners of St. Cecilia Church in Hialeah are once again able to sing its praises.
A retired South Florida priest accused of molesting young boys may be facing one of the largest jury verdicts awarded in a sexual abuse case.
Two South Florida women have filed lawsuits against the Archdiocese of Miami, claiming they were fired for reporting suspected child abuse by a Catholic school principal.
Two new lawsuits have been filed against a former South Florida priest accused of molesting young boys. The suits, which name the Archdiocese of Miami, allege that Neil Doherty abused two boys between 1978 and 1990 at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
For three decades, Notre Dame D’Haiti has provided Miami’s Haitian community with spiritual guidance along with practical social services. It is a place many in the Little Haiti community have called home.