Bishop Frank J. Caggiano

Birthday: 29 March 1959
Education:

Bachelor’s in Philosophy – Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception, Douglaston, Queens, NY
Master’s in Divinity – Immaculate Conception Seminary, Huntington, NY
Doctorate in Theology – Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, Italy

Ordination: 16 May 1987
Episcopate: 22 August 2006
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Bishop Frank J. Caggiano on the Issues

Viganò testimony

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  • Bishop Caggiano directed all his priests to recite the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel after every Mass in response to the August 2018 sex abuse crisis. On September 15, the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, Caggiano led a holy hour and Mass of Reparation along with all the priests in the diocese.​ (LifeSiteNews)

Amoris Laetitia

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Pro-life leadership

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Homosexuality

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  • In December 2015, the city of Bridgeport announced an openly gay State Supreme Court Judge would serve as the grand marshal of its St. Patrick’s Day parade. A spokesman for Bishop Caggiano said “the diocese respects the decision” and that “It’s a day of inclusiveness. It’s a day people drop their differences.” (LifeSiteNews)

Abortion politics

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Contraception

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“LGBT” ideology

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Liturgy

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  • In December 2018, Bishop Caggiano appointed a self-described “modernist” “feminist” laywoman to head a parish whose priest had died nine months earlier. Instead of appointing a new pastor, Caggiano announced there would be a “new leadership model” with the woman having “decision-making authority” to “develop and foster its pastoral vision and mission.” (Church Militant)

Marriage and Family Life

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Education

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