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St. Patrick’s Day in New York began, as always, on Fifth Avenue, but not with a parade. That came later, and it was as heart-stirring as ever. The celebration opened early in the morning with the … more
Described as a “monumental three-phase project,” the Archives of the Archdiocese of New York has launched a digital database of historical sacramental records dating back to the earliest … more
The Dominican Friars are celebrating 150 years of parish ministry on Manhattan’s East Side and the centenary of St. Vincent Ferrer Church, a French Gothic revival structure. Cardinal Dolan … more
Morgan Mangual learned more about her future than her present as one of more than 250 students from 35 archdiocesan high schools participating in the second annual Catholic Leadership Conference at … more
Father Richard John Neuhaus, founder of the Institute for Religion and Public Life and its magazine, First Things, was dedicated to ecumenical dialogue and believed in the importance of religion in … more
The Iona College men’s basketball team earned another trip to the NCAA Tournament by defeating Fairfield University, 83-71, for a third consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament … more
Loretta Brennan Glucksman, the grand marshal of the 257th New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade, will lead the march up Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, Saturday, March 17, beginning at 11 a.m. Cardinal … more
Cardinal John Ribat of Papua New Guinea visited St. Ignatius Loyola Church in Manhattan earlier this week, where he received the parish’s Loyola Medal and gave a lecture on how climate change is … more
Katherine Ovalles will graduate in June from the Don Bosco Scholars First Gen College Access Program with a better understanding of what’s ahead, and with a new friend. Miss Ovalles, an … more
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