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.
The world watched as Cardinal Jospeh Ratzinger of Germany stepped into history eight years ago taking the helm of the Catholic Church.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Miami has joined other Catholic institutions nationwide in challenging the Obama administration over birth control.
Just in time for Labor Day travel, you and your family can get divine assistance before boarding your next flight.
Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski will step into the middle of a political firestorm surrounding the health care of women Friday when he holds two rallies to oppose the Health and Human Services mandate that makes employers provide free contraceptives and cover other women’s health services.
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.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI, will visit Cuba this Spring. Monsignor Jose Feliz Perez, who is in Cuba, said Pope Benedict will formally announce the trip on Monday.
Pope Benedict XVI may be preparing to make a trip to Cuba and Mexico as early as the Spring of 2012, and if the Pope makes his way to Cuba the Archbishop of Miami said he will accompany him on his travels.