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The view from the Gallarus Oratory on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland’s Atlantic West Coast was magnificent. The weather, as the Irish would say, was simply grand. “Looking out when the … more
Look 24 feet above the floor behind the sanctuary in St. Patrick’s Cathedral and you will literally see history in colorful cardinal red. Four galeros, or cardinals’ hats, dating from the late … more
In two workshops 26 miles apart in Westchester County, small teams of unlikely craftsmen are creating the altar, ambo and presider’s chair Pope Francis will use when he celebrates Mass at Madison … more
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At an interfaith prayer service on Staten Island last week, attended by members of the New York Police Department as well as the family of Eric Garner, Cardinal Dolan said it was only natural the … more
The stretch of East 33rd Street between First and Second avenues in Manhattan has been co-named “Father Damien Way” in honor of the Belgian priest born Jozef De Veuster in 1840. He entered the … more
Brian Shea couldn’t resist taking a friendly jab at his host and the man who had just handed him the Deus Caritas Est Award recognizing him for his long support and commitment to the work of … more
Advocates of the Parental Choice in Education Act are ramping up efforts across the archdiocese and beyond to rally the New York State Assembly to vote in favor of the bill. At the invitation of … more
Through dialogue, Catholics and Jews find common cause in the concerns that vex leaders of both religions, Cardinal Dolan said May 20 during a forum on the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican … more
The Ladies of Charity of the Catholic Charities of the archdiocese unveiled a new logo at their annual meeting May 11 in Manhattan. It bears the motto that summarizes their mission: “Ladies of … more