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Center for Life Breakfast In Mount Kisco April 14

The Northern Westchester and Putnam Center for Life is holding its 18th annual Pro-Life Breakfast Saturday, April 14, at 9 a.m., at the Holiday Inn in Mount Kisco. Michele Sterlace-Accorsi, … more

Marist Brother to Speak At Serra Club Luncheon

Brother Donald Bisson, F.M.S., will discuss the challenges and opportunities in religious life at the luncheon meeting of the Serra Club of the Bronx and Westchester at Eastwood Manor in the Bronx … more

CYO, Nets to Hold Basketball Clinics

CYO New York and the Brooklyn Nets are teaming up this spring to bring the Brooklyn Nets Basketball Academy’s Sunday CYO Clinics to La Salle Academy and the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Memorial … more

Holy Week in the Archdiocese

Holy Week in the Archdiocese

Catholics across the archdiocese convene for the sacred rites of Holy Week, which included the reception into the Church of new members during the Easter Vigil. more

Rusty Staub, 73, Former New York Mets Star Was Known for Service to Others

Daniel J. “Rusty” Staub, the beloved former New York Mets outfielder of the 1970s and 1980s who later partnered with archdiocesan Catholic Charities to help feed millions of New Yorkers, died March 29, the opening day of the baseball season. He was 73. more

Former Mets Star Rusty Staub Recalled for Philanthropic Service

“With all of New York, the Archdiocese of New York joins in mourning the passing of our beloved Rusty Staub. Known as a great baseball player and teammate, Rusty was also a great philanthropist who did so much to support Catholic Charities, Catholic schools, and our Catholic food pantries and food distribution programs. Whenever we were together, he would say, “Tell me what you need, Cardinal,” and he would always come through. more

‘Spring Is Victorious’

Spring seems to be fighting to arrive! Winter still seems to have us in its death grip. Please God, by the time you read this, it will be warm, bright, and green. Spring will have conquered! more

Papua New Guinea Cardinal Speaks on Climate Change at College

Cardinal John Ribat of Papua New Guinea delivered an urgent message on “Climate Change, Sustainability and the Common Good” at the College of Mount St. Vincent in the Riverdale section of the … more

Sidewalk Missionaries Invite Passersby Into Cathedral on Reconciliation Monday

Pedestrians going about their business during the afternoon and evening March 26 in Manhattan were politely stopped outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral by volunteer sidewalk missionaries who had a … more

A Born-Anew Believer Sees God in a Man

We know the incident well. Thomas exclaimed “My Lord and my God” when he caught sight of Jesus risen. Most people think Jesus then scolded Thomas for demanding to see and touch the Lord before he … more

Abortion Limitations Threatened as State Budget Deadline Looms

The New York State budget bill, introduced by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Jan. 16, includes an abortion expansion proposal that would lift virtually all limitations on abortion. Law requires a budget to … more

Lourdes Experience in Nanuet

Youth group members at St. Anthony’s parish in Nanuet hosted and joined in a March 9 Lourdes Virtual Pilgrimage, a guided spiritual journey that brings the Lourdes experience to participants. The … more

Personal Thanks to Supporters of Cardinal’s Appeal, Renew + Rebuild

Pamela Woodward shared how much of a blessing her Catholic faith has been since she entered the Church at the Easter Vigil six years ago. “I try to make it as central to my life as much as I … more

Students Show Openness to God’s Will at Seminary Vocations Night

Jonathan Soto attended his first Evening for Vocations in seventh grade and participated in his fourth at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie March 19. The senior was one of eight Cardinal Hayes … more

College of New Rochelle Names President

Dr. William W. Latimer has been named the new president of the College of New Rochelle, the college announced. Dr. Latimer, who will take over as president April 15, brings more than 20 years of … more

Holy Week Begins

Firefighter Remembered as ‘Leader by Example’ at Cathedral Mass

Firefighters lined Fifth Avenue before the Funeral Mass celebrated by Cardinal Dolan at St. Patrick’s Cathedral March 27 to pay tribute to Lieutenant Michael R. Davidson who died battling a fire in … more

St. Teresa, Sacred Heart, St. Gregory Barbarigo Win Two CYO Hoop Titles

St. Teresa and Sacred Heart, both of Staten Island, and St. Gregory Barbarigo of Rockland County each won two CYO archdiocesan basketball championships at Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx March … more

Knights of Columbus Launches Online Membership

The Knights of Columbus has launched a New York statewide membership initiative that allows Catholic men to join online. It began March 2 and is expected to go nationwide in the summer. Organizers … more
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