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The Archdiocese of New York was found in compliance with the data collection requirements for the 2017-2018 audit period of the U.S. Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young … more
Two priests have been appointed as pastors and one has been named a temporary administrator at parishes in the archdiocese, the Cardinal’s Office has announced.Father Louis Anderson was named … more
Students at St. Angela Merici School in the Bronx took part in a Career Day panel of judges, lawyers, court officers, court reporters, social workers and interpreters. The Bronx Catholic Guild and … more
An allegation of abuse of a minor brought against Father John J. Lynch has been found “credible and substantiated” by the archdiocese’s independent Lay Review Board, said Cardinal Dolan in a … more
A Mass in Spanish honoring the feast of Our Lady of Suyapa, the patroness of Honduras, was celebrated Feb. 3 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The principal celebrant was Father Juan Padilla Lopez, vicar … more
Judge Peter M. Forman addresses graduates of Judicial Diversion during a commencement ceremony Jan. 9 in his courtroom at the Dutchess County Courthouse in Poughkeepsie. Father Richard Smith, pastor … more
Dr. Joseph E. Nyre will become president of Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J., Aug. 1. He has served as president of Iona College in New Rochelle since 2011. The appointment was … more
Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh will host the ninth annual Thomas Aquinas Philosophy Workshop, “Aquinas on Human Action and Virtue,” June 19-23. The sponsors are Mount’s Catholic and … more
National Marriage Week USA and World Marriage Day are opportunities for “building a culture of life and love that begins with promoting and defending marriage and the family,” said Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia. more
That many religions exist in the world is a fact, but what that plurality communicates to believers about God is a question that theologians are still discussing. more
The International Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Human Trafficking invites people to host or attend a prayer service that fosters awareness of and support for victims of trafficking. more
Pope Francis has called human trafficking “a crime against humanity.” more
Having considered the holiness of St. Paul VI and the influence of his ministry for the Church worldwide, Pope Francis has approved putting the saint on the Church’s universal calendar of feast days as an optional—not obligatory—memorial. more
Meeting with tens of thousands of Catholics living in the United Arab Emirates, Pope Francis urged them to be meek, peaceful and express their Christian identity by loving others. more
The choice to follow God in life is not just a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity but a decision that is made every day, Pope Francis said. more
The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee for Religious Liberty called on the leadership of the Senate Judiciary Committee to end a line of questioning for judicial nominees at confirmation hearings that involves their religious faith. more
During World Youth Day Panama 2019, Catholic New York spoke with pilgrims from various countries, including faithful people interviewed at Tocumen International Airport and inside a McDonald’s on Vía España in Panama City. Here are some of the reflections they shared: more
Pope Francis has appointed Auxiliary Bishop Robert J. Brennan of Rockville Centre to be the new bishop of Columbus, Ohio. more
Cardinal Dolan, in a Sirius XM broadcast Jan. 29, criticized Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his “stinging criticism of the Catholic Church” in singling out Catholics over the crisis surrounding the sexual abuse of minors. more
Being a Christian does not mean life will be just a big endless party, Pope Francis said. more
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