Students in grades 6, 7, and 8 at Saint Bede Catholic School (Point Breeze) will move to virtual learning Thursday, January 6 and Friday, January 7, 2022 due to COVID-19 related staffing issues. In-person learning will resume Monday, January 10.
Given the recent record-breaking surge in positive COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County and surrounding counties, Bishop David Zubik is reminding everyone of the current diocesan safety protocols. He is doing so in order to safely continue in-person Masses throughout the Diocese of Pittsburgh.
With the approval of Bishop David Zubik, the District of the Eastern North America’s Provincial/Visitor, Brother Robert Schaefer, FSC, and the support of the Catholic High Schools of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc. Board of Directors along with approval of the Central Catholic High School Board of Directors, Brother Michael Andrejko, FSC, has been named the next Principal for Central Catholic High School (Oakland).
On behalf of the Member Board of the Catholic High Schools of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc., Bishop David Zubik has appointed Joseph Wilson, 48, as President of North Catholic High School (Cranberry Township) effective November 22, 2021.
Pope Francis has named the Rev. Mark Eckman as auxiliary bishop of Pittsburgh. Bishop-elect Eckman has been a priest in the Diocese of Pittsburgh for more than 36 years and serves as pastor of Resurrection Parish.
At a special Mass on October 17, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. in St. Paul Cathedral, Bishop David Zubik will ask the Holy Spirit to guide the participation of local Catholics in a worldwide consultation that Pope Francis has convoked to help him identify how best to discern God’s call to the Universal Church.
As part of annual Respect Life Month activities, on the evening of October 19 in St. Paul Cathedral, the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will offer a Rosary and Mass for the Protection of Life and Respect and Dignity of the Human Person.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is launching Pittsburgh Catholic magazine. It is designed to inform and enrich the faith of Catholics in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Lawrence and Washington counties.
Saint Benedict the Moor elementary school will be closed for in-person instruction effective September 17, 2021, and will resume on Monday, September 27, 2021. School administrators learned of eight positive COVID cases involving members of the school community in the past four days.
A morning of faith, fellowship, and prayer to St. Joseph is scheduled from 9:30 a.m. until noon on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at St. Paul Cathedral, in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood, 108 N Dithridge St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
Schools of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will begin the 2021-2022 school year with mandatory masking indoors for students, faculty, and staff -- regardless of vaccination status -- unless medical or developmental conditions prohibit their use.
As variants of the COVID-19 virus continue to spread, the Diocese of Pittsburgh is updating safety procedures at Mass and Bishop David Zubik is urging everyone to get vaccinated and to wear masks when indoors with others.
Under the new norms from Pope Francis. Bishop Zubik confirms the continued existence of Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish without any alterations. There will be no changes to Masses at Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish.
Bishop David A. Zubik is overjoyed to join all the Catholic bishops of Pennsylvania in reinstating the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days, starting August 15, the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is calling for a new class of interested and qualified Catholic men to begin formation to serve the Church as permanent deacons, according to an announcement today by Bishop David A. Zubik.
Four groupings of parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will merge on July 1, 2021, to create four new parishes, Bishop David Zubik announced today. Fifteen parishes will be part of the mergers.
Saint Benedict the Moor elementary school is closed to in-person learning through Monday, May 31, 2021. School administrators learned of a fifth positive COVID case involving a member of the school community in the past eight days.