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Church Urges Fairer Conditions as Bosnia-Herzegovina Elections Near

The Catholic Church in Bosnia-Herzegovina has urged the country to improve human rights and political representation after upcoming elections, 23 years after the country was divided by a bloody war. more

Jesuita Asesinado en Perú Considerado ‘Ejemplar

Un sacerdote jesuita español fue sepultado el 12 de agosto en Chiriaco, en el Vicariato Apostólico de Jaén en la región amazónica norte de Perú después de ser asesinado en la escuela donde … more

Accountability Needed

I am so sick of clergy sex abuse cases. How come the #MeToo movement doesn’t apply in this context, fellow Catholics? I have my faith, but it’s no wonder the Church is falling apart and … more

‘Sad and Sick’

I was sad and sick reading the PA grand jury’s findings on the sexual abuse by priests (CNY, Aug. 16). Those in charge did not protect us under the guise of concern for the reputation of the … more

Sacerdote Recibe Instruccion De Regresar a Su Diócesis Original

La arquidiócesis ha anunciado que el padre José Luis Trejos Ortega no tiene facultades en la arquidiócesis de Nueva York y, por lo tanto, no puede ejercer como sacerdote aquí. Él deberá … more

El ‘Vía Crucis’ de Hoy

Sí, sé que la devoción clásica popular del Vía Crucis, de acompañar con reverencia a Jesús en su tortuoso viaje desde su injusta condena por parte de … more

Advice From School, Updated

September is upon us, the kids are heading back to school, and I’ve been thinking. It’s been a long time … more

Breaking Up With Your Phone

I’ve been emailing my friend Becky, a newspaper editor in South Dakota, about our growing desire to unplug. We used to compare notes on … more

Hard Work Ahead to Address ‘Spiritual Crisis’

It’s been a rough few weeks for the Church, as it continues to struggle with the trauma of clergy sexual abuse amid sickening revelations involving retired Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, who … more

Don’t Let Disillusionment Be Your Only Response

The unrelenting news cycle has not been kind to the Church this summer, starting with the sex abuse allegations … more

Today’s ‘Way of the Cross’

Yes, I know that the classical, popular devotion, the Via Crucis—reverently accompanying Jesus on His tortured journey from unjust condemnation by Pontius Pilate, to His repose in the arms of … more

Bronx Parish Advocates for Aged With Bountiful Nursing Home Ministry

Fifth of a series On any given week, the Nursing Home Ministry of Holy Rosary and Nativity of Our Blessed Lady parish in the Bronx graces the aged with the gift of time—times … more

Families Called to Share Joy, Love With World, Pope Says in Ireland

In a stadium of Catholic families from around the world, Pope Francis told the laypeople they are the vast majority of Church members and that, without them, the Church would be cold, a collection of … more

9/11 Remembrances in Manhattan, Staten Island

The “Father Mychal Judge 9/11 Walk of Remembrance” will be held in Manhattan in honor of those lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The day begins at 9 a.m. on Sunday, … more

Mount Alvernia Retreat Center, a Franciscan Haven, Marks 50 Years

The Franciscan Friars’ decision to open a retreat center in Wappingers Falls after their seminary was relocated is still looking good 50 years later. The Mount Alvernia Retreat Center, a … more

Arizona Senator John S. McCain ‘Principled Man Had Passion for Service’

Retired Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas of Tucson praised Arizona Sen. John S. McCain, who died of brain cancer Aug. 25, for his service to the nation. He was 81. “He was a very principled man who had … more

USCCB President Seeks Papal Audience, Answers to Former Nuncio’s Questions

The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said he was “eager for an audience” with Pope Francis to gain his support for the bishops’ plan to respond to the clergy sexual abuse … more

Scott Hahn to Speak at St. Joseph’s Seminary

Dr. Scott Hahn, author and renowned biblical scholar, will analyze “the meaning of Scripture in the Church and our lives today” in his talk, “The New Apologetics for the New Evangelization,” … more

Cardinal to Lead Pilgrims to National Shrine Oct. 6

Cardinal Dolan will lead a group of archdiocesan pilgrims to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., Saturday, Oct. 6. This year’s theme is “In … more

Principals Named at Aquinas, John C. Coleman High Schools

The board of trustees at Aquinas High School in the Bronx and John A. Coleman Catholic High School in Hurley have selected new principals. Mark Shultz stepped into his new role as principal of … more
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