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Bishop Zubik marking 10 years at helm of Pittsburgh diocese

Bishop David Zubik, pray before having lunch with priests July 28, 2017, at St. Paul Seminary in East Carnegie.
As Bishop David A. Zubik celebrates his 10th anniversary as leader of the six-county Diocese of Pittsburgh, the Post-Gazette reflects on his humble Ambridge roots, pastoral sense, controversies, health challenges and mission.

READ: Bishop on a mission: Ten years on the job, Zubik plans his biggest impact yet
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Pittsburgh's powerful nonprofits


Nonprofit institutions dominate Pittsburgh’s landscape, economy and civic discourse to an extraordinary degree. They are the unelected hands on Pittsburgh’s steering wheel. They are largely untaxed, and infrequently audited by government. In return, they pledge to be unconcerned with profit.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FOUR-PART SERIES

NONPROFITS: Unelected, untaxed and unconcerned with profit

HOUSING: How government nonprofit, private companies turned federal funds into apartments for the poor

DEVELOPMENT: Nonprofits work behind the scenes to influence city government and control development

CHARTER SCHOOLS: Charter schools spin off building ownership to nonprofits, reap money from quirk in state law
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