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Members of the Tri-State Italian-American Congress recently presented Edward Cardinal Egan scholarships to 250 families across the archdiocese. The ceremony, held Jan. 19 at the New York Catholic … more
Brother Thomas Scanlan, F.S.C., president emeritus of Manhattan College, was honored Jan. 30 with the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Award. … more
The buildings that house Catholic schools should say they’re Catholic without anybody opening their mouth. That insight, made by Cardinal Dolan on a school visit earlier this academic year, has … more
Manhattan Our Lady Queen of Angels, 229 E. 112 St., Manhattan: Saturday, Jan. 30, at 11 a.m. (212) 722-9277.   St. Brigid, 185 E. 7 St., Manhattan: Thursday, Feb. 4, 9 a.m.-noon. … more
It’s probably fair to say that St. Charles School on Staten Island has never hosted such a high-powered collection of school leaders, both public and parochial, as were assembled there on Jan. … more
The archdiocese has announced the dates for its 2016 “Touring Tuesdays” events at 140 elementary schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York. These archdiocesan-wide open house events will … more
Cardinal Dolan visited Albertus Magnus Dec. 16 to dedicate the recently completed labs. The other two science labs are the Aldo J. Cozzi chemistry lab and the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill lab. During the visit, Cardinal Dolan also celebrated Mass for the students and faculty. more
New York City’s Catholic schools will receive some of the $19.8 million that the City Council unanimously voted to spend to hire security guards for private and parochial schools Dec. 7. Mayor Bill … more
The School of Arts and Sciences at the College of New Rochelle, which had enrolled only women since its founding in 1904, will be moving to a coeducational model in the fall of 2016. The … more
Thomas Jakelich was laid to rest in his Loyola blazer. That says a lot about the impact Loyola School had on the 16-year-old sophomore soccer player who died Oct. 26 after a seemingly routine … more
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