Walk in Syracuse, NY, honors victims, survivors of residential schools

More than 100 people walked about 6 miles from the Onondaga Nation to Columbus Circle in downtown Syracuse to honor victims and survivors of residential schools for Indigenous children.

Bishop says Chapter 11 filing will ensure victims will be treated 'justly'

The Diocese of Syracuse has filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, citing the financial implications of more than 100 lawsuits alleging past child sexual abuse as well as the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Survivor hopes Mass intentions, help for pantries bring 'peace, comfort'

In the coming weeks and months, spiritual and physical support will be offered to those in need thanks to a man who as a child was abused by a priest of the Diocese of Syracuse.

Bishop Moynihan dies; called 'true shepherd,' example of 'discipleship'

Retired Bishop James Moynihan, who served as the ninth bishop of the Diocese of Syracuse from 1995 to 2009, died March 6. He was 84.