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Justice Film Festival Opens at the Sheen Center Oct. 6 With Morgan Freeman’s National Geographic Series ‘The Story of Us’

The Justice Film Festival returns to The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in Lower Manhattan Friday to Sunday, Oct. 6-8, with a selection of films that highlight conscience and activism. more

60 Years of Steuben

The 60th annual German-American Steuben Parade of New York City goes up Fifth Avenue in Manhattan Sept. 16. Cardinal Dolan offered the Steuben Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral that morning. more

Cardinal Dolan, Addressing Priests, Says Sharing Church’s ‘Wounds’ May Bring Back Alienated

NEW ORLEANS–Cardinal Dolan suggested to more than 400 priests of the state of Louisiana that humbly and openly sharing the “wounds” and shortcomings of the Church might bring those who are alienated back to the practice of the faith. more

‘Why These Thousands of People Are Lined Up’

Padre Pio had a special credibility in that “he bore the wounds of Jesus, the stigmata,” Cardinal Dolan said at a press conference near the saint’s relics in the Lady Chapel of St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Sept. 17. more

Visiting Padre Pio’s Relics Were Occasion of Faith, Prayer for the Archdiocese

The long, orderly line outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sept. 17 made a statement. Droves of reverent faithful waited seemingly without complaint Sunday morning and afternoon to show their devotion to St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina whose relics inside the cathedral’s Lady Chapel were on display there through Sept. 18 and had been at other locales in the archdiocese Sept. 16. more

Master of Science in Church Management Program

FIRST GRADUATES—Graduates in the first Archdiocese of New York cohort of the Master of Science in Church Management program at Villanova University in Pennsylvania gather at their commencement May … more

Catholic New York’s Matthew Schiller Receives CPA’s St. Francis de Sales Award

Matt Schiller, advertising and business manager at Catholic New York, has received the 2017 St. Francis de Sales Award from the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada. more

New Deacons’ Call to Serve God and Church Inspires Others

Cardinal Dolan told the 12 men he was ordaining to serve as permanent deacons in the parishes of the archdiocese that their call to Holy Orders had been at “God’s initiative,” and after the … more

Catholic Charities Celebrates Centennial of Caring in Style

The American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan proved to be a venue both vibrant and apropos for the Centennial Gala Benefit of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York. more

Joseph Pearce Debuts as Playwright in ‘Death Comes for the War Poets’ at the Sheen Center June 9-24

he centennial of World War I. Five decades since the death of Catholic literary convert and war poet Siegfried Sassoon, the 60th anniversary of his conversion and reception into the Church. And the centenary of Sassoon’s anti-war statement, “A Soldier’s Declaration.” more

Twelve Priests Celebrate Silver Anniversaries

Twelve priests of the archdiocese are celebrating their silver anniversaries this year. Cardinal Dolan celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving with them at St. John the Evangelist Church in Manhattan May … more

Fifteen Priests Celebrate Golden Anniversaries

Fifteen priests of the archdiocese are celebrating their golden anniversaries this year. Cardinal Dolan celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving with them at St. John the Evangelist Church in Manhattan May … more

Sullivan County School Stays Open as Early Childhood Center

St. Peter’s Regional School in Liberty will remain open and transition from a pre-k through fourth grade school to a pre-k through kindergarten early childhood center beginning this fall. more

19th Century Knock Seer Gets Grave of His Own at Old St. Patrick’s Cemetery

Rain fell heavily during a solemn Requiem Mass as a humble churchman of the 19th century was remembered nearly 140 years later for his simplicity and relative anonymity. more

At Easter Mass, Cardinal Asks for ‘Blessing Of Risen Lord’ on City, Country And Persecuted Christians in World

“Who has the last word?” Cardinal Dolan asked the joyful faithful gathered for Mass in a packed St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Easter Sunday morning. more

Joseph Pearce Lecture Set for April 27 at Knights of Columbus Museum, New Haven

Internationally known author Joseph Pearce will deliver a talk at the Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, Conn. Thursday, April 27 in conjunction with the museum’s World War I lecture series. more

The Risen Friend in Our Midst

We have heard how hunger and thirst abound in our world. And there are different kinds of hunger and thirst. The Lord said, “Happy are they who hunger and thirst for what is right.” We also know that there are huge numbers of people who hunger for love – to have friends. Dale Carnegie wrote “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” and sold millions of copies. more

Holy Week Begins

Cardinal Dolan greets the joyful faithful on Palm Sunday, April 9, at the 10:15 a.m. Mass he celebrated at at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. more

Men’s Conference Speaker: Don’t Wait for Next Guy to Help Church

Ryan McGrath and Kevin Owens felt inspired to return to the archdiocese’s second Men’s Conference at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Yonkers April 1 after receiving a powerful message at the first conference in 2015. more
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