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There’s much to like about the vibrant comic-book adaptation “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (Columbia). Besides an unslacking pace and a clever central plot twist, there’s the fact that the mayhem … more
Auxiliary Bishop Dominick Lagonegro, episcopal vicar of Orange, Sullivan, Ulster and Rockland counties, celebrated a Mass to mark the 100th anniversary of St. Benedict’s Chapel in Wallkill July … more
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
Sister Maria Catherine Iannotti, P.V.M.I., a former local superior of the Parish Visitors Convent at St. Raymond’s parish, the Bronx, is the new general superior of the Parish Visitors of Mary … more
Sister Jane Finnerty, O.S.U., a native of Bronxville, has been elected and installed as provincial of the Ursuline Sisters of the Eastern Province. Her three-year term began in May. She entered … more
The archdiocesan Catechetical Office will present its second annual Family Catechesis Ministry Professional Day at Fordham University’s Duane Library in the Bronx Saturday, Aug. 5. The theme is … more
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
Catholic leaders attending the opening Mass of the “Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of The Gospel in America” were urged to reflect joy—a sign of God’s presence—and not exclusively … more
The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture will showcase the thought-provoking and socially relevant work of six emerging artists at the first Sheen Center Theater Festival: Readings of New Short Plays by Catholic Playwrights. more
Four outdoor statues that tell the story of the three shepherd children who were seers of the Blessed Mother under her title Our Lady of Fatima were vandalized outside the Shrine Church of St. … more
Gloria Espinoza celebrated one of ArchCare’s biggest annual events by being honored and blessed with fellow healthcare workers at the White Mass with celebrant Cardinal Dolan June 26. The … more
Three priests were appointed pastors, one was named an administrator, and three others were named temporary administrators of parishes in the archdiocese, the Cardinal’s Office has announced. … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrated a Young Adult Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan June 21, the first day of summer. The evening gathering began with contemplative prayer and music by Catholic … more
Catholic New York brought home eight awards, including four first-place honors, from the annual Catholic Press Association Awards competition this year. The honors were presented at the annual … more
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
As a follow-up to Making All Things New, the archdiocesan pastoral planning initiative, the following churches have been relegated as no longer sacred sites for worship, effective June 30. Most of … more
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
Caitlin Mignano is OK with starting her summer vacation in a classroom. The 15-year-old is having too much fun to say no to volunteering at the Vacation Bible School at St. Patrick’s parish in … more
The Crane School of Music Concert Choir became known along the 200-mile trek of Spain known as Camino de Santiago, or Way of St. James, because they often sang at cathedrals and chapels. People would … more
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