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Sister Joan Curtin To Address International Congress on Catechesis

Sister Joan Curtin, C.N.D., director of the archdiocesan Catechetical Office, has been selected to lead a group discussion at the Second International Congress on Catechesis to be held at the Vatican … more

Pope, Cardinal Dolan Address Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report

Pope Francis, in a letter addressed “to the people of God,” wrote, “No effort must be spared” to prevent future cases of clerical sexual abuse and “to prevent the possibility of their being … more

Bishop Walsh to Offer Red Mass in the Bronx

Auxiliary Bishop Gerald Walsh, vicar for clergy, will be principal celebrant of the annual Red Mass sponsored by the Bronx Catholic Guild on Monday, Oct. 1, at St. Angela Merici Church, 917 Morris … more

Mary Manning Walsh Home Walkathon Sept. 15

The Mary Manning Walsh Home in Manhattan will hold its 31st annual Walkathon Saturday, Sept. 15, with walkers venturing to Central Park from the home at 1339 York Ave. The event, sponsored by the … more

Expected More

Like many others, I am extremely disturbed by the recent news of sexual abuse occurring within the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania and New York. However, I cannot say that I am entirely surprised by … more

Priest Is Instructed to Return to Home Diocese

The archdiocese has announced that Father José Luis Trejos Ortega has no faculties in the Archdiocese of New York and therefore cannot serve as a priest here. He is to return to his home diocese in … more

The Cardinal on 501 South

This is not an account of the criminal behavior involving some seminarians, deacons, priests, bishops and cardinals in the Catholic Church. This is a story about a bird. To understand the … more

Memorial Mass for Father Irwin Aug. 28

A Memorial Mass for Father Joseph Irwin, former pastor of Most Holy Trinity parish in Mamaroneck, will be offered Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Church, 816 Underhill Ave. in Mamaroneck. more

Families Called to Share Joy, Love, Life With the World, Pope Says

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 statues. more

Pope Says He Trusts People to Judge Archbishop’s Claims About Him

Pope Francis said Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano’s long document calling on him to resign is written in a way that people should be able to draw their own conclusions. more

Cathedral Holy Hour Offered for Victims of Sexual Abuse

A Special Holy Hour for the Victims of Sexual Abuse by members of the Church was offered Aug. 22 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Father Agustino Torres, C.F.R., presided at the evening liturgy, … more

God’s Name Is Revealed Through Authentic Faith, Not Hypocrisy

The power of God’s name is manifested in the lives of people who live their faith in an authentic way, while it is taken in vain by those who live in hypocrisy, Pope Francis said. more

Slovak Teen to Be Beatified Sept. 1 as Martyr to Purity

A 16-year-old peasant girl will be beatified as a martyr in Slovakia, seven decades after she was shot in front of her family for resisting rape by a drunken Soviet soldier. more

Pope Says He’s Excited to Return to Ireland to Celebrate Families

As he prepared to travel to Ireland for the World Meeting of Families, Pope Francis said he hoped his visit would “remind us all of the essential place of the family in the life of society and in the building of a better future for today’s young people.” more

Pope: Abuse Victims’ Outcry More Powerful Than Efforts to Silence Them

“No effort must be spared” to prevent future cases of clerical sexual abuse and “to prevent the possibility of their being covered up,” Pope Francis said in a letter addressed “to the people of God.” more

Nuncio Says U.S. Bishops Committed to Addressing Abuse Scandal

The U.S. bishops are “deeply committed” to facing the reality of clerical sexual abuse and the history of covering it up, said the Vatican nuncio to the United States. more

Abuse Letter to Cardinal O’Malley Was Second Priest Sent Officials

In a June 2015 letter to Boston’s Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley obtained by Catholic News Service, a New York priest tells the prelate about “sexual abuse/harassment/intimidation” allegations he had heard concerning then-Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick and asks that if the matter doesn’t fall under his purview, to forward it to the “proper agency in the Vatican.” more

Eucharist Is a Taste of Heaven on Earth, Pope Says

By receiving the Eucharist at Mass, Christians are given Christ’s same spirit and a taste of eternal life, Pope Francis said. more

Citizenship Question for 2020 Census Prompts Strong Criticism, Lawsuits

A U.S. Commerce Department decision that a question about citizenship status be included on the 2020 census has its fair share of critics and has prompted lawsuits. more

Eight Sisters of Life Profess Final Vows

Eight Sisters of Life professed final vows on Aug. 6, the feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord. Archbishop Charles Brown, apostolic nuncio to Albania who was ordained a priest of the archdiocese, … more
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