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A Boy Scout who attends Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains took the Scout oath “to help other people at all times” very seriously. Jack Dailey of Troop 240 in Riverdale was … more
He did it with time to spare. Cardinal Spellman High School Principal, Dan O’Keefe completed his 100-mile run to raise funds for the student sports and activities programs at his school in just … more
In numerous biblical passages, crowds and crowds of people surround Jesus as he spreads the Good News. Two thousand years ago, it was important for the apostles, also, to get the word out to as many people as possible. more
The answer is: Appear on Jeopardy. The question was: What can you do with a Catholic education? That was the experience of one Regis graduate, Joe Taglic. He appeared on “Jeopardy!’s Teen … more
Scout assists at a Staten Island church after Hurricane Sandy. more
Two young men from Germany traveled across the world to serve and assist people who happen to live and worship in the Bronx. Thomas Holzhausen, 19, and Philipp Klingenhager, 19, volunteered at … more
At the center of the reliquary is a glass ampoule that contains the saint’s blood, which remains in a liquid state. more
The archdiocesan offices of Vocations and Youth Ministry jointly organized a day of fun and games with a purpose June 7 at St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie. more
Leadership and what makes leaders was the underlying theme at the 78th CYO Club of Champions Tribute at the Waldorf Astoria June 5. Each of the three honorees at the gala, Francis Rooney, … more
A speaker at the 38th annual Friends of Inner-City Scholarship Gala told those gathered that his Catholic education led the way for him to become an Emmy Award-winning producer at CBS Sports. … more
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