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Jaydin Martinez, a junior at Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx, spoke on behalf of students who benefit from the Inner-City Scholarship Fund to the nearly 400 guests at the fund’s 41st annual … more
In a conference, where atrocities past and present and hopes for the future were discussed, Cardinal Dolan said that the Church has been proactive in recent years in helping to address terrorism … more
At a time when incivility dominates public discussion, people who disagree vigorously can still engage in a thoughtful argument without it devolving into a shouting match. Two prominent Catholic … more
At a Mass commemorating the 100th anniversary of the death of Mother Cabrini, Cardinal Dolan said, “We love her. We need her. We thank God for her...She herself became an immigrant, in search of … more
Parishes and Right to Life groups have chartered buses to travel to Washington, D.C., for the annual March for Life on Friday, Jan. 19. Contact information appears below; reservations are usually … more
On the feast of St. Nicholas, Cardinal Dolan welcomed the 765 guests to the 72nd annual Cardinal’s Christmas Luncheon, which he termed the official opening to the Christmas season in New York. … more
Religious liberty, properly defined, gives the people the standing to resist the government’s efforts to regulate or legislate in the domain of daily life where our conscience and our religious … more
Michaela Cotter and Rebecca Rethwisch, who are newcomers to New York, have found friends and strengthened their faith by attending the archdiocese’s Office of Young Adult Outreach events. Ms. … more
ArchCare caregivers raised more than $8,000 to purchase 15 generators that were flown to Nuestra Senora del Carmen parish Dec. 10 for residents of Humacao, Puerto Rico. Father John Anderson, … more
Two hundred years ago, three sisters from a very young congregation—the Sisters of Charity in Emmitsburg, Md., founded by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton—came to New York City to care for orphans. They … more
Father Andrew J. Apostoli, C.F.R., a founding member of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, died Dec. 13 of cancer at St. Leopold Friary in Yonkers. He was 75. “Father Andrew Apostoli embodied … more
Well aware he was disappointing some people by not using the word “Rohingya” publicly in Myanmar, Pope Francis said his chief concern had been to get a point across, and he did. “If I would … more
In October 2016, the archdiocese launched the voluntary Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program (IRCP), part of its ongoing effort to renew its contrition to those who suffered sexual … more
Framed and hanging on a wall at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a drawing in pen and brown ink depicting a solemn yet serene Virgin Mary and Christ Child sitting before her, gazing lovingly upward … more
The Archdiocese of New York announced the successful completion of Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s $125 million Kids Are Our Capital endowment campaign Dec. 4. Led by a record-setting founding … more
The Pallottine Teenage Federation Conference was a rewarding and spiritually uplifting one for John McKiernan. The president of the Pallottine Teenage Federation was among the 200 youth … more
Msgr. James K. Vaughey, who served in leadership roles at the archdiocesan level and also was a longtime pastor during his 52 years of priesthood, died Dec. 3 at the Edward Cardinal Egan Pavilion for … more
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