Four diocesan seminarians ordained transitional deacons
Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V., asks the candidates to declare their willingness to accept the duties and responsibilities of the diaconate at the May 21 transitional deacon ordination at St. Mary's Cathedral in Fall River. From left: Rev. Mr. Brian Connors; Rev. Mr. John Garabedian; Rev. Mr. Christopher Hughes; and Rev. Mr. Thiago Menezes Santos. (Photo by Deacon Alan Thadeu)
Bishop da Cunha celebrates Mass for diocesan eighth-graders
Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha accepts the gifts from Trinity Welter from St. Mary-Sacred Heart School in North Attleboro and Christopher Parillo from St. Michael School in Fall River.
Lumen Christi Gala to Support Diocesan Cathedral, June 8 at White’s of Westport
On June 8 at White’s of Westport, the Lumen Christi Gala to support the historic Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption in Fall...
Four men to be ordained as priests for Diocese of Fall River June 4
By Dave Jolivet FALL RIVER — June 4 will be a day the Fall River Diocese hasn’t seen in 20 years. On that day, Bishop...
Photo essay of transitional deacon ordination on May 21
Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V. lays hands on Rev. Mr. Thiago Menezes Santos.
Bishop da Cunha marks 40th anniversary with much to celebrate
Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V.
Annual Appeal funds help support St. Kilian’s House
Staff and guests of St. Kilian’s House, clockwise from top left: Case Manager, Gilian; House Manager, Elizabeth; St. Kilian’s House guests Greggorey, Tyler, and Jaime.
Eighty-first annual Catholic Appeal begins May 1
FALL RIVER — The 81st Annual Catholic Appeal of the Diocese of Fall River officially kicks off on Sunday, May 1 and runs through...
Weldon passes torch after 25 years as Saint Vincent’s CEO, 50 years assisting children...
Saint Vincent’s Services CEO, Jack Weldon, speaks at an event at the Fall River campus in 2017. (Jolivet file photo)
Faces of young heroes
Students, ranging from grade five to eight, from St. Pius X School in South Yarmouth recently held an item drive for shelters on Cape Cod. They are shown with school staff and Susan Mazzarella, CEO of Catholic Social Services.