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Catholic Charities of New York is looking for a few extra hands to help with its annual St. Nicholas Project for Christmas shopping on Saturday, Dec. 3, at Kmart in White Plains and Saturday, Dec. 10, at Kmart in Astor Place, Lower Manhattan. more
St. Mary’s Catholic Church was at ground zero in the wildfires that devastated parts of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Nov. 28, and while flames reached to within yards of the tourist city church, it appears to have been spared. more
Pope Francis has recognized the martyrdom of Father Stanley Rother of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, making him the first martyr born in the United States. more
Most of us were blessed with a happy childhood. Even if times were tough back then, we still tend to look upon our youth with fondness. Perhaps, this is because we were innocent. Or maybe our current … more
The Archdiocese of New York will open admissions for the 2017-18 School Year on Thursday, Dec. 1, earlier than ever before, to give students and families more time to apply to attend Catholic schools. more
On Monday, Jan. 14, the day before the United Nations deadline for Iraq's Saddam Hussein to withdraw his occupying troops from Kuwait, I went to church to pray for peace. I had plenty of company that day—all across the archdiocese, all across the country. more
I think it must be a sign of the times that no one else—in all of the yards of commentary I've seen on the subject—thought to ask what ought to be the obvious question about The Interview: what is Mayor Koch, or anybody else, doing in the pages of Playboy magazine anyway? more
A couple of minutes after 9 o'clock last Friday morning I was sitting in NBC'S Studio 6B in Rockefeller Center, watching Cardinal O'Connor and Elie Wiesel tape the Channel 4 "News Forum'' program with Gabe Pressman. The topic was the Holocaust in general, and Kristallnacht in particular. more
A meeting is not normally my idea of the ideal way to spend an afternoon, especially if the topic isn’t directly focused on our work here at Catholic New York. Sometimes, exceptions have to be … more
We’re still trying to catch our breath after the stunning climax to one of the most rancorous presidential campaigns in modern times. We have a president-elect. Donald J. Trump, the brash … more
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