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Jaclyn Travaglini thought she knew what to expect as a second-generation family participant before a dose of the unexpected left her emotional as she reflected on the 25th annual Capuchin Appalachian … more
Some 180 young adults and teens from the archdiocese will soon be leaving to join an expected 2 million pilgrims in Krakow, Poland, for World Youth Day. The pilgrims, hailing from 187 countries … more
Staff members of Catholic New York’s editorial department each picked a favorite Catholic summer destination that was either in the archdiocese or within a two-hour ride. more
At Solemn Evening Prayer for Peace in the Middle East, Cardinal Dolan bolstered those near and far afflicted by the relentless conflict. more
Drawing heavily on St. Thomas Aquinas’ “Summa Theologiae,” a Vatican archbishop with New York roots called original sin “the absence of sanctifying grace in the substance of the … more
Talk mercy, show mercy, live mercy. That was the challenge assigned to attendees of the New York Catholic Bible Summit by Archbishop José Octavio Ruiz Arenas, secretary of the Pontifical Council for … more
I’ve gotten to know quite a few Sisters of Life while working at Catholic New York. They include a good many who have served in the archdiocese’s Family Life/Respect Life Office, such as Sister Lucy Marie, S.V., and Sister Shirley Ann, S.V., who are currently assigned there. Others I’ve met at the March for Life in Washington, D.C., or at pro-life Masses and gatherings at St. Patrick’s Cathedral or elsewhere in New York. Several have come to our office over the years to scan the paper’s archives while researching their congregation’s founding by Cardinal John O’Connor in 1991. more
The Funeral Mass for soldier and New York City police officer Joseph G. Lemm at St. Patrick’s Cathedral last Dec. 30 was huge. Hundreds of police, members of the military and family joined together to say goodbye. more
Daisy Jefferson called it a “real blessing.’’ Dressed in white, the 91-year-old was baptized, confirmed and received first Communion at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Harlem as the … more
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