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Ryan Greco finds the Catholic Literature and Arts Summer Program (CLASP) a good way to enjoy his two passions. The parishioner of St. Denis in Hopewell Junction is one of about two dozen high school … more
The 42nd annual St. Augustine’s Italian Festival in Ossining took place from July 23-28. The six-day festival featured food, rides, entertainment, games and fireworks. more
On the flight back to New York from Mexico, Fatima Arcadio, 27, felt very grateful for the spiritual uplift she and others experienced during prayer and reflection at the Basilica of Our Lady of … more
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is continuing to make an impact on the poor in the archdiocese and throughout the world under the leadership of Renato Lima de Oliveira. The society’s … more
With a message of cultural and racial harmony, Cardinal Pedro Barreto, S.J., archbishop of Huancayo, Peru, spoke about the prayerful example of St. Martin de Porres, the Peruvian lay brother who is … more
New York City first responders celebrate as President Donald Trump displays the “Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act” during a signing ceremony in the White … more
Five priests were appointed to new positions, the Cardinal’s Office announced. All appointments were effective July 1, except where noted.Father Nicholas Callaghan is now a judge on the … more
ADMINISTRATORSFather Salvatore DeStefano, Temporary administrator of St. Anthony, Commonwealth Ave., Bronx, while continuing as pastor of St. Clare of Assisi-St. Francis Xavier, Bronx, effective July … more
Petits Cantors del Principat D’Andorra pose in the sanctuary of the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in lower Manhattan July 21. The choristers performed a pre-Mass recital and sang during … more
Camp Veritas returned to Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh the week of July 21. Some 500 teens, from grades 7 to 12, enjoyed a program featuring sports activities and prayer life, including daily … more
Teen and youth ministers at last weekend's Steubenville NYC youth conference at St. John’s University in Queens found “Belong” to be an apt theme. more
Iona College’s LaPenta School of Business is offering an online Master of Business Administration degree beginning in November to meet the needs of a modern workforce and the increasing demands … more
Upcoming space travel plans need to include living on the moon, similar to scientific habitats in the Arctic and Antarctica, said Gene Kranz, NASA’s former flight director. more
Ten priests in the archdiocese have new assignments as parochial vicars of parishes, the Cardinal’s Office has announced. Nine of the appointments were effective July 1;Father Paul … more
PASTORSFather Robert Abbatiello, O.F.M. Cap., Sacred Heart, Yonkers, effective May 20Father Levelt Germain, St. Joseph-St. Boniface, Spring Valley, June 1Father Edward Gorman, O.P., Holy Innocents, … more
Joyful soccer fans lined the Canyon of Heroes in Lower Manhattan for a ticker-tape parade July 10 to cheer for the U.S. women’s soccer team that captured the program’s fourth World Cup title with … more
Msgr. John N. Paddack, pastor of Notre Dame parish in Manhattan and dean of the West Manhattan deanery, wrote in a July 2 letter to parishioners that he is stepping aside as pastor and will not … more
Father John Duffell, who retired July 1 as administrator of Blessed Sacrament parish in Manhattan, has been directed not to exercise his priestly ministry “due to an allegation from the past that … more
At St. Frances Cabrini Shrine in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan, July 13 was a day for two Masses in two languages, with one message: the Church in New York reaffirmed its commitment to … more
As the early evening sun recently cloaked the steeple atop Immaculate Conception Church on Manhattan’s East 14th Street, festive string lights illuminated the spacious garden courtyard below filled … more
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