Coronavirus Update: COVID-19 Confirmed At Queens Church As Public Services Go OnlineA parishioner who has tested positive for COVID-19 was among those attending mass last weekend in a church in Queens, reinforcing the call for the faithful to stay clear of public services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawsuit Claims Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Abused Boy In Newark In 1990sMcCarrick was defrocked in February at age 88 after a church investigation determined he sexually abused minors, as well as adult seminarians.
Archdiocese Of Newark Honors Law Enforcement Officers From Across New JerseyThe 27th annual "blue mass" was held Thursday morning at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Throwing A Hail Mary: Catholic School Sets Up GoFundMe In Attempt To Stay OpenStudents and faculty found out Monday the Archdiocese of Newark is shutting the school down on June 30.
New Jersey Dioceses Release Names Of Clergy Members Accused Of Child Sex AbuseThe lists released Wednesday identified priests and deacons who served in the dioceses of Camden, Trenton, Metuchen and Paterson and the archdiocese of Newark.
Markers Removed From Veterans' Graves At NJ CemeterySome families are baffled and disgusted after visiting the graves of their loved ones at a cemetery.
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.