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Former Congressman Frank Wolf says the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 is needed more today than when it was signed by President Bill Clinton 20 years ago. Wolf, author of the act, was … more
Isabel Torres-Ullauri, a new dame of the Order of Malta, said that while joining the Sovereign Military Hospitaller order, she thought of her beloved late husband, who was to be installed as a … more
More 250 people attended the annual Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund Awards Dinner Nov. 5 at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan. The event, sponsored by the archdiocesan Office of Black … more
An allegation of abuse made against Auxiliary Bishop John Jenik has been found credible and substantiated by the independent Lay Review Board. The bishop has denied the “allegation of inappropriate behavior” made by a single victim based on alleged incidents that took place decades ago. more
At Westchester County Center in White Plains, Janelly Oliveras, 15, took a few minutes from faith formation to share her thoughts about New York Catholic Youth Day 2018. “Being here has … more
En el Westchester County Center en White Plains, Janelly Oliveras, de 15 años, se tomó unos minutos del programa de formación de fe para compartir sus pensamientos sobre el Día de la Juventud … more
Ambassador Nikki Haley, U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations, shared in her keynote address at the 73rd annual Alfred Emanuel Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner that she so wanted the … more
Patricia Imbriani has been attending Mass at Holy Name of Mary in Montgomery for 49 years and understands what makes the 150-year-old church special. “It’s like a home. You feel like you … more
Continuing a trend that Catholic schools students’ state test scores in the archdiocese eclipse those of New York State, New York City and most charter school averages, student scores on state … more
World Mission Sunday holds special meaning for Tom Scheuring. “My wife and I were married 50 years ago and we wanted to spend our life as a married couple serving the poor through the Catholic … more
Apanel at “Alfred E. Smith: The Man Behind the Dinner” at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in lower Manhattan Oct. 1 discussed the life of the first Catholic governor of New York who … more
Jose Puello knew he wanted to be a cop from the time he was a young boy. Today, at age 41, Puello can look back at 19 years with the NYPD. And last year, the native New Yorker made lieutenant. … more
For the third time, pilgrims from the Archdiocese of New York, this time 300 of them, traveled along with Cardinal Dolan to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., Oct. 6. In Mary’s House, there are more than 70 chapels and oratories relating to the Blessed Mother and peoples from around the world. more
Cardinal Dolan will be the principal celebrant and homilist at the 10:15 a.m. Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on World Mission Sunday, Oct. 21. Missionary priests and representatives from mission … more
The Archdiocese of New York is providing funds to Church organizations to assist those who have suffered in the natural disasters that have recently hit nations across the globe as well as Puerto … more
Chuck Huller is a proud Italian-American who was feeling extra pride at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Oct. 8. The parishioner of Old St. Patrick’s in Manhattan attended the 41st annual Columbus Day … more
During Pope Tawadros II’s visit to the United States, Cardinal Dolan and other Catholic and Christian leaders welcomed the leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria in Egypt, to the … more
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