National / International
193 results total, viewing 121 - 140

Visiting Cardinal Urges Salvadorans to Pray, Make Time for Family, Remember Their Roots

In his easy interactions with thousands of enthusiastic immigrants during a whirlwind three-day pastoral visit to the Diocese of Rockville Centre on Long Island, Salvadoran Cardinal Gregorio Rosa … more

Funeral Saturday at Mount St. Michael For Freshman Who Died After Collapse At Football Practice

Dominick Bess, an incoming freshman at Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx, died Aug. 22 at a Bronx hospital after collapsing during his first day of football practice at the school. The … more

Track Star With Catholic School Roots Enjoying Runs on World Stage

Phyllis Francis, who started as a distance runner, is now a 400-meter world champion. The graduate of Catherine McAuley High School in Brooklyn, who was a gold medalist in the women’s … more

Cardenal de Visita Impulsa los Salvadoreños a Rezar, Dar Tiempo a sus Familias y Recordar sus Raíces

Durante sus espontaneas interacciones con miles de entusiastas inmigrantes en una visita pastoral de tres días a la diócesis de Rockville Centre en Long Island, el cardenal salvadoreño Gregorio … more

Catholic Charities to Be Honored at SOAR! Dinner

The annual Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR!) awards dinner will honor archdiocesan Catholic Charities at the New York Athletic Club, 180 Central Park South in Manhattan Thursday, Sept. 28.Catholic … more

Bishops Urge Peace After Deadly Rally

In the aftermath of a chaos- and hate-filled weekend in Virginia, Catholic bishops and groups throughout the nation called for peace after three people died and several others were injured following … more

Sistine Chapel Choir To Perform at Cathedral

The Sistine Chapel Choir, which is known as the Pope’s choir and is the oldest organized choir still in … more

50 Years After His Death, Father Capodanno Continues to Inspire

Father Vincent R. Capodanno, M.M.— the Staten Island native who was killed in combat in Vietnam and whose cause for sainthood is currently under consideration—had a way of drawing his comrades … more

‘Called and Chosen’ Documentary Debuts Aug. 30

A documentary chronicling the life of Staten Island native Father Vincent R. Capodanno, M.M., may be of great interest to New Yorkers, as portions of the 90-minute production were shot on location in … more

Vocations Are Biggest Challenge for Chinese Church, Speakers Say

Fostering vocations to the priesthood and religious life is the “biggest challenge” for the Catholic Church in China, said Passionist Father Robert E. Carbonneau, executive director of the U.S. … more

Maryknoll Priest Receives Knights’ Highest Honor For Ministry to Sick in North Korea

Maryknoll Father Gerard Hammond has been named the winner of the Gaudium et Spes Award from the Knights of Columbus for the 84-year-old priest’s missionary work with tuberculosis patients in North … more

New York Group at Convocation of Catholic Leaders Reconvenes at St. Joseph’s Seminary

Archdiocesan faithful who were part of a delegation to a convocation of Catholic leaders in Orlando, Fla., last month met three weeks later at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie to discuss what … more

Hermanas de Habla Hispana Estudian Mujeres Doctoras de la Iglesia

La sonrisa en la cara de la hermana Cristina Bocanegra, S.M., dejo ver lo “bendecida” que ella estaba de estar de regreso para su segundo curso Esposas de Cristo Hijas de la Iglesia. La … more

Sisters Study Women Doctors of the Church in Hopewell Junction

The smile on the face of Sister Cristina Bocanegra, S.M., expressed how “blessed” she was to be back for her second Esposas De Cristo Hijas de la Iglesia course. Sister Cristina was one of 20 … more

Archbishop for Military Services Mourns 16 Killed in Marine Plane Crash

Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services asked for prayers for the 15 Marines and one Navy corpsman who died July 10 when a Marine refueling and cargo plane … more

Diocesan Inquiry on Dorothy Day’s Cause Is Initiated

With an edict published last month, the Diocesan Inquiry on the life, heroic virtues and reputation of holiness and of intercessory power of the Servant of God Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic … more

Health Care Prescription? Regroup, Cooperate, Catholic Leaders Say

After efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act collapsed late July 17 in the U.S. Senate, Catholic health care leaders said they hope Congress will work together, in small steps, to fix … more

House Committee Votes Against D.C. Assisted Suicide Law

The House Appropriations Committee voted July 13 in favor of an amendment to repeal the District of Columbia’s assisted suicide law. The day before the vote, Cardinal Dolan sent a letter to … more

Capuchin Father Solanus Casey to Be Beatified Nov. 18

Father Solanus Casey, a Capuchin Franciscan “who would provide soup for the hungry, kind words for the troubled and a healing touch for the ill,” will be beatified Nov. 18, the Capuchin … more

Sublime

The 750-year-old boys’ choir, Escolania de Montserrat, from the Montserrat Abbey in Catalonia, Spain, is made up of more than 50 boys, ages 9 to 14, from across Catalonia. St. Patrick's Cathedral … more
« Prev | 1 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.