Miami Archdiocese

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.
Miami Archdiocese Prays For All Involved In Chavez ExecutionAs the family of Jimmy Ryce wait for the execution of his killer, Juan Carlos Chavez, a special prayer service was held by the Archdiocese of Miami at St. Martha’s Catholic Church for both the Ryce family and the convicted killer.
Miami Archdiocese To Raise Funds For Philippine ReliefIn 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.
Priest Pleads No Contest In Underage Sex Abuse CaseLooking frail and seated before a judge, retired South Florida priest Neil Doherty pleaded no contest to six counts of lewd and lascivious acts on a child.
Miami Archdiocese Faces Another Molestation SuitThe Miami Archdiocese again finds itself the target of a child abuse lawsuit, this time involving an accused serial molester already being held in the Broward County jail in a criminal case.
Controversial Travel Company Goes Up In FlamesA Coral Gables based travel company went up in flames Friday morning and the incident has brought out the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to look into exactly what happened.
South Florida Catholics Watched Pope From Across The StraitsStudents at St. Agatha Catholic school in West Miami-Dade got more than a lesson in religion, watching Pope Benedict the 16th's historic mass at Revolution Plaza in Havana Wednesday morning. They learned about the impact communism has had on religion on the island.
More Flights To Cuba Added For Papal VisitSouth 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.
Cutbacks Reduce Staff At Radio Paz More than a dozen people are out of a job after Radio Paz, the Archdiocese of Miami’s media venture, laid off employees and cut programming Monday according to CBS4’s news partners The Miami Herald.
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