- Jul 8, 2020
The plight of the world’s refugees will be solved by politics, not by appeals to conscience or awareness of the tremendous scope of the issue, said speakers at an Oct. 17 New York symposium on migration.
A new report describes a “tale of two cities” in chronicling the Diocese of Bridgeport’s response to the abuse crisis.
In a video posted Feb. 11 on YouTube, Bishop Frank J. Caggiano of Bridgeport, Connecticut, offered support for the “many sisters and brothers who have been wounded, violated, hurt and abused at the hands of priests and deacons” and whose sexual abuse in their youth “changed their lives forever.”
From participating in last fall’s Synod in Rome to serving as the U.S. bishops’ point person for WYD Panama, focusing on young people in the Church has become one of Bishop Frank Caggiano’s top priorities.
Bishop Frank Caggiano condemned Anti-Semitism following the painting of a swastika found on the cathedral doors in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Bishop Frank Caggiano has named a woman to head the pastoral team of a Connecticut parish.