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Johann Christoph Arnold doesn’t remember exactly which school it was of the dozens and dozens he visited along with NYPD Detective Steven McDonald over the past 18 years. He does recall that it was very noisy, the kind of noise that only 3,000 students can make when they are growing restless while sitting in gymnasium bleachers. more
Claire Vouk admits that preparing an exhibit on American saints was life-changing. The exhibit was on display, and Ms. Vouk was one of three speakers for “An American Dream…Come True!’’ more
Ten aspirants in the archdiocese’s permanent diaconate formation program were admitted to candidacy at a Mass celebrated by Auxiliary Bishop John Jenik at St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, on … more
Much to the pleasure of many of Manhattan’s Upper East Side Catholic passengers, the Second Avenue subway was up and rolling for the general public on Jan. 1. more
The archdiocese has been found in compliance with all audited articles within the U.S. Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People for the 2015-2016 audit … more
The streets around St. Patrick’s Cathedral were shrouded in a sea of blue before the Funeral Mass for Detective Steven McDonald, the New York police officer who was shot and paralyzed in the line … more
Text of 1989 talk to the Friends of the Cardinal Cooke Guild by Officer Steven McDonald, New York City police officer who was paralyzed after being shot in the line of duty and forgave his assailant. more
Reprint of a letter to the people of New York from Police Officer Steven McDonald, who was paralyzed in the line of duty and famously forgave his assailant. more
Detective Steven McDonald, the New York City police officer who was paralyzed after being shot in the line of duty 30 years ago and famously forgave his teenage assailant and went on to became a prophetic voice for forgiveness and reconciliation, died on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 10. He was 59. more
It was Christmas Eve morning in 1967 and a young Cardinal Dolan—then a senior in high school—had agreed to accompany a priest he highly respected in distributing Holy Communion to the sick, … more
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