CBS2 Steps In After Cemetery Refuses To Bury Woman Over Surprise Back FeesImagine losing a loved one, and then being told by the cemetery that they won’t be buried unless you pay up on back fees that might not even exist.
Seton Hall Chaplain Claiming He Was Fired For Supporting LGBT Advocacy Group Given New Post In NewarkAfter losing his job for supporting the NOH8 Campaign on Facebook, Hall publicly announced he's gay and has kept his vow of celibacy.
Nurse Quarantined In NJ Over Ebola Concerns Defies Quarantine In MaineKaci Hickox, who stepped outside to meet briefly with reporters Wednesday night, followed through with her promise by leaving her home Thursday.
Nun Credited With Curing Boy's Eye Disease Beatified At Newark MassThe Archdiocese of Newark said Sister Miriam Teresa Demjanovich cured a boy's macular degeneration in the 1960s, long after she died.
Catholic Leaders Put A Chill On ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeCatholic leaders are worried about embryonic stem cell research using aborted human fetuses.
Newark Archbishop Under Fire Over Plans For Pricey Addition To Retirement HomeArchbishop John J. Myers greeted congregants on Sunday, as a few demonstrators stood on the sidewalk outside of the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Pope Francis Names Newark Archbishop Myers' Future ReplacementPope Francis appointed Bishop Bernard A. Hebda of Michigan to serve alongside current Archbishop John Myers.
3 Others Out Of Work Amid Scandal Over Once-Accused Pedophile NJ PriestThe pastor and two youth ministers at a central New Jersey church have left their posts just days after the resignation of the Rev. Michael Fugee.
2 N.J. Teens Headed To Rome To Be Confirmed Personally By Pope FrancisTwo New Jersey teens were set to embark Tuesday on the biggest journey of their lives – a trip to Rome to be confirmed into the Roman Catholic Church by Pope Francis himself.
New Jersey Cemetery Using Thousands Of Solar Panels To Power MausoleumCemeteries and solar panels are two things that aren't usually mentioned in the same sentence. But one New Jersey cemetery finds it necessary to make that connection.
Former NJ Deacon Accused Of Stealing From Poor Due In CourtProsecutors say John Loobey stole $53,000 from a parish charity account and used the money to pay for airline tickets and credit card bills.