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Constant Threat

The recent violence in Virginia clearly deserves the condemnation from most governments and religions. The rejection of hate-based actions is a unifying force. But, lest we forget, the massive … more

Gathering Was ‘Gift’

I want to thank you for the coverage that you gave to the “Giving Voice” meeting here in New York (CNY, July 20). This gathering of women religious under 50 is always a gift to … more

Gardens of Plenty

The article (“New Greenhouse to Stock Catholic Charities Food Offerings in Rockland”, CNY, Aug. 17) about the “Garden of Love” was perceptive and touching. Beginning the … more

Timely Gift

May I invite my fellow readers of Catholic New York to join me in honoring Our Lady of Fatima in this Centennial Year of the Fatima apparitions by giving a rosary to three children (6 to 16 years … more

Health Care’s Full Cost

John Woods’ column about ArchCare (CNY, July 6), the prayers that hopefully go answered toward the Republicans bringing forth a new health care plan, is timely and necessary. As one who … more

Praying for Priests

St. Mary’s Church in Wappingers Falls loves its priests and prays for them daily. We pray for the following:  Father James Cruz, who came from New York City, made some excellent … more

‘Wonders’ of Forgiveness

I read with interest the article “Maria Goretti, Model of Courage” (CNY, July 20), Claudia McDonnell’s account of the life of the young saint and the author’s reflection … more

Young Voices

Regarding Claudia McDonnell’s column, “Maria Goretti, Model of Courage” (CNY, July 20), I was able to celebrate the Feast of St. Maria Goretti at Holy Family Church on Staten … more

A Real ‘Topper’

Re: “A Summer Break to Relish Life’s Goodness,” Cardinal Dolan’s column (CNY, July 6).  His Eminence, Cardinal Dolan, graciously wears many hats in carrying out his … more

Steps to God

Reading Patrice Liquori’s article, “Singing as They Walked The Camino,” was a pleasant reminder of the time spent a couple of years ago when a friend and I completed the Camino. … more

Good Recourse

Re: Bob Pascarella’s letter (CNY, July 6). Am I right that Vice President Pence was allowed to speak at the Notre Dame commencement? The students’ action did not prevent his … more

Poor Reviews

I read an article in the movie section of your newspaper (CNY, July 6). It was called “Baby Driver,” by John Mulderig.  I am shocked at some of the movies that Catholic New … more

Jubilarian Notice

I just finished reading the June 8 issue of Catholic New York—great! I always appreciate the obits and bios—and in this and the previous issue, those of the priest jubilarians and … more

Loving Reminder

This year marks the 60th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s address to the World Congress of the Lay Apostolate when he was Archbishop of Milan. Here are some excerpts from his remarks: … more

Not Too ‘Tolerant’

For some, tolerance is a one-way street, open only to their calculated and contrived interpretation. On this roadway, there are no stop signs or traffic lights to allow others an opportunity to … more

Ill-Advised Protest

The editorial, “Missed Opportunity for Student Protesters” (CNY, May 25), concerning the University of Notre Dame graduates who walked out of Vice President Pence’s address failed … more

Timely Article

Carol Glatz’ article, “As School Year Ends…” (CNY, June 8) quotes Pope Francis’ remark: “If you don’t learn to say goodbye well, you will never learn how to … more

Trinitarian Geometry

There have been several tries at explaining the Trinity. Let me offer this one. Think equilateral triangle, but not the lines, the angles. The three angles are each 60 degrees, all equal yet … more

‘Limp Commentary’

It was disappointing, although not surprising, to read the editorial (CNY, May 25) describing the Notre Dame students who protested Vice President Mike Pence’s commencement speech as a … more

‘Center of Hope’

Recently, I traveled to Guatemala to gain insight into the reasons why so many people in poverty stricken countries seek to immigrate to our country. I witnessed great poverty and met victims of … more
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