Catholic headlines for September 9, 2015

Utica Notre Dame's Kyra Warncke (left) looks up different types of engineering during Animation and Robotics as classmate Lily Sehring asks teacher Richard Mucurio as question on first day of the 2015-2016 school year on Wednesday, Sept 9, 2015 in Utica N.Y. (Photo Special to The Catholic Sun by John Haeger)


Here’s a look at some of the stories making headlines today.


More of our diocese’s Catholic schools students kicked off a new school year today. Click here for photos from Utica’s Notre Dame Jr./Sr. High School.


Three new auxiliary bishops have been ordained for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, together with Chicago Archbishop Blase J. Cupich and retired Auxiliary Bishop Joseph M. Sartoris of Los Angeles, ordained Bishops Robert E. Barron, Joseph V. Brennan and David G. O’Connell to the episcopacy Sept. 8 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.


New “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert, in interview, discusses faith, joy and humor

“…though Christ says, ‘Call no man fool,’ I am one,” Colbert said. “Willing to be wrong in society or wrong according to our time, but right according to conscience which is guided by the Holy Spirit.”


From Washington, DC’s WAMU 88.5: At Catholic Colleges Closest To D.C.’s Papal Visit, Leaders Size Up The ‘Francis Effect’


We’re giving away tickets to celebrate Mass with the Holy Father at Madison Square Garden. Click here to find out how you could win!


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