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Twenty-six-year-old Bronx native Kevin Donkor is a modern-day disciple. That’s not his official job title, but it could be. Donkor is part of the growing collegiate outreach group known as … more
Each morning at Cardinal Hayes High School, Father Joseph Tierney, the school president, and principal William Lessa greet each of the 950 boys at the front doors before the day begins. It’s a … more
Some 180 young adults and teens from the archdiocese will soon be leaving to join an expected 2 million pilgrims in Krakow, Poland, for World Youth Day. The pilgrims, hailing from 187 countries … more
During a blessing at a new food hub in the South Bronx, Cardinal Dolan recalled the words of Jesus, who said, “Blessed are the hungry, for they shall be fed.” “The blessing of Jesus is … more
First-class relics of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, the Polish nun who gave the world the image and message of Divine Mercy, will be on tour in the archdiocese from Saturday, April 2, through … more
As a way to better serve the health care needs of the Catholic community in the archdiocese, Dominican Sisters Family Health Services Inc., a nonprofit home health agency, signed a letter of intent … more
Thanks to scientists, including a physics teacher at Regis High School in Manhattan, gravitational waves have been directly measured, supporting Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. On Sept. … more
The archdiocese has announced the dates for its 2016 “Touring Tuesdays” events at 140 elementary schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York. These archdiocesan-wide open house events will … more
Cardinal Dolan visited Albertus Magnus Dec. 16 to dedicate the recently completed labs. The other two science labs are the Aldo J. Cozzi chemistry lab and the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill lab. During the visit, Cardinal Dolan also celebrated Mass for the students and faculty. more
The true meaning of Christmas, said Cardinal Dolan during Midnight Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, is that “God is right smack dab in the middle of things.” It’s easier to feel the … more
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