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Twelve stained glass windows signifying The Life and Work of St. John Baptist de La Salle are back home with the Brothers of the Christian Schools at Manhattan College. The college celebrated the … more
Catholic schools across the archdiocese have something to cheer about in the recently passed $148 billion New York state budget. Lawmakers are devoting an additional $72.5 million, above what has … more
A delegation of U.S. Catholic leaders visiting northern Iraq was challenged to go home and work for peace in the troubled region. “You have come to listen to your brothers and sisters in Iraq … more
Manhattan College officials revisited the school’s athletic history in naming Marianne Reilly as director of intercollegiate athletics on March 30. Ms. Reilly, a 1982 graduate of Manhattan, is … more
Mount St. Mary College is enjoying its best season in program history, and the players and coaches believe it can get even better. The Knights were 9-2 overall entering their non-conference … more
Dr. Anna Ramirez-Adam will return to St. Elizabeth’s School in Washington Heights, where she will begin as principal on Sept. 1, the Archdiocesan Department of Education has announced. Dr. … more
A dozen catechetical leaders in parish religious education and the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) were certified on April 3 at Mount Alvernia in Wappingers Falls, the Archdiocesan … more
The Archdiocese of New York continues its 2016 “Touring Tuesday” open house events at 140 elementary schools on April 12 from 9 to 11 a.m. Parents may also schedule an appointment at their convenience. more
World Youth Day organizers in the United States and Poland remain in touch with diplomatic and security officials in their respective countries to ensure that pilgrims will remain safe during the … more
The Hispanic Ministry of Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish in the Bronx re-enacted the "Via Crucis" (Way of the Cross) through the streets of the neighborhood on Good Friday, March 25. more
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