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A willingness to be vulnerable in front of other people is probably one of my best qualities. I know that sounds like a self-deprecating put-down, and for the longest time—most of my life—I would … more
It all started with a lost birth certificate. The Holy Spirit was at work that day and hasn’t slowed down since. My aunt Jan has always known she was adopted, and the many mysteries surrounding … more
Con la celebración de la Solemnidad de Cristo Rey culmina el Año Litúrgico bajo el signo de la esperanza del cumplimiento de las promesas de Dios. El Señor Jesús vendrá lleno de gloria al final … more
Humanae Vitae (“Of Human Life”), Pope St. Paul VI’s 1968 encyclical on married life and procreation, is winning a new audience among young people who strive to live the Catholic vision of … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrated a vigil Mass in English and Spanish Dec. 1 during his visit to Our Lady of Good Counsel parish on Staten Island. more
Dr. Timothy J. McNiff is retiring as superintendent of schools of the archdiocese in April. After serving in that capacity for the past decade, Dr. McNiff cited his desire to return to his … more
Father Joseph LaMorte was installed as the archdiocese’s vicar general and chancellor by Cardinal Dolan Dec. 4 at St. John the Evangelist Church in Manhattan. Employees of the archdiocese, who … more
At St. Joseph’s parish in Bronxville, members of the archdiocesan Ladies of Charity gathered in the rectory basement to prepare 20 gift packages, each including a handmade lap robe, a box of … more
St. Joseph’s parish is a slice of Kingston’s rich history. The church building dates back to 1832, and the parish just completed its 150-year celebration with a Mass offered by Cardinal Dolan … more
Veronica Keene is ready to make 2019 the best year ever for the Pallottine Teenage Federation after an inspiring weekend closed out 2018. The president of the Pallottine Teenage Federation was … more
I was a junior in college when one of the worst prison riots in the United States took place near Buffalo. For four days, 2,200 inmates took control of the Attica Correctional Facility. They held 42 … more
A couple of months ago, I was on my annual retreat in Chicago at Mundelein Seminary. There were about 70 priests together on this silent, self-directed time to rest and pray. The only conversation we … more
The Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart in Peekskill installed their new leadership team at a Mass offered in St. Margaret of Cortona Chapel at Mount St. Francis in Peekskill Aug. 24. more
The article in the Nov. 8 issue titled “Timely Conference on Care for Creation” left me confused and disappointed. The daylong conference sponsored by the Metro New York Catholic Climate … more
I was very excited to read about the conference on Care for Creation (CNY, Editor’s Report, Nov. 8). I also was inspired by Pope Francis’ “Laudato Si.” I have always been concerned about … more
I continue to follow with interest Cardinal Dolan’s sensible and timely advice on Catholic traditions that surround death, dying, mourning, funerals, burial and prayers for the dead (“Now and at … more
Sister Catherine Howard, O.P., who served as president of the Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt for six years, died Nov. 9 at Montefiore Nyack Hospital in Nyack. She was 67. She was president of … more
Sister Barbara Ann Walenty, M.M., who served for many years in nursing, died Oct. 24 at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining. She was 90. Most recently, she did family ministry and pastoral work … more
Msgr. Vincent Bartley, pastor of St. Paul’s on Staten Island for 14 years, died Nov. 6 in Ireland. He was 85. Msgr. Bartley served at St. Paul, 1993-2007. He retired in 2008, and served as a … more
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