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On a day remembered for the terrorist attacks against the United States, Pope Francis met with members of a committee of Muslim leaders and Vatican officials promoting a new era of dialogue and world peace. more
People have a basic choice in the way they live: either striving to build up treasures on earth or giving to others in order to gain heaven, Pope Francis said. “What we invest in love remains, … more
The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, West Virginia, has selected a new external auditor as part of the progress that has been made since Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Bishop Michael J. … more
At the Church of Notre Dame, in the Morningside Heights section of Manhattan, special marble World War I and II memorial plaques were re-dedicated during a ceremony on Veterans Day. About 75 … more
The Leo House Concert Series presented “Bach to Benny,” with accordionist Michael Bridge and clarinetist Kornel Wolak in their first U.S. concert, at St. Columba Church in Manhattan Jan. 6. more
A humble priest and porter, Blessed Solanus Casey thanked God daily for the gift of those who came to his door in his small corner of the world. On Nov. 18, tens of thousands of those whom he … more
Parishioners and visitors were given the opportunity to watch the Beatification Mass of Blessed Solanus Casey, O.F.M. Cap., in a place he once called home at Our Lady of Sorrows Church on … more
Pray for politicians, government officials and anyone in a position of authority, including priests and bishops, Pope Francis urged as he ended his summer schedule and resumed his celebration of morning Mass with a small congregation. more
My hunch that the celebration for newly Blessed Capuchin Father Solanus Casey at Sacred Heart Church in Yonkers would be a special one turned out to be right on the mark. The monastery church on … more
A proposal to reduce the number of refugee admissions to the United States to fewer than 30,000 “would be wholly counter to our values as a nation of immigrants,” said the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the chair of the bishops’ Committee on Migration. more
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
During their annual fall assembly Nov. 13-14 in Baltimore, the U.S. bishops dealt with pressing issues of the day, such as racism and immigration reform, but they also paid close attention to the … more
At a Sept. 10 hearing on the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, Rep. Chris Smith, R-New Jersey, said the U.S. House “needs to vote now and approve this humane, pro-child, human rights legislation.” more
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) was recognized with the Path to Peace Foundation’s Path to Peace Award for its continued support for suffering and persecuted Christians throughout the … more
SOAR!—Support Our Aging Religious—is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a gala dinner on Wednesday, Sept. 21, in Manhattan. more
The Catholic Church will endure, despite the frailty and sins of its members, because it is God’s project, Pope Francis said. more
“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
A declaration against racism, specifically as practiced by groups such as “White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan,” has been made by the four Catholic parishes of Harlem, joined by … more
The Sept. 13 disclosure that the preserved remains of over 2,200 aborted babies had been found at the rural Illinois home of the recently deceased Indiana abortionist Ulrich “George” Klopfer has sparked outrage and demands for immediate investigations by authorities. more
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