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Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq, planned to discuss the suffering of Christians in his homeland during a visit to the United States beginning Feb. 2. more
Cardinal Dolan delivered a compelling pro-life message to a congregation of 12,000 people at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. more
Father Vincent Druding left his 11th March for Life feeling hopeful. “This is by far the most positive, upbeat and optimistic march I’ve been a part of,” Father Druding, who serves as … more
Cardinal Dolan has announced a campaign to raise $100 million private philanthropic dollars during the next five years to provide help and create hope for children and families of New York, … more
When circumstances may make it seem like light is losing the battle against darkness, Christians should never lose hope because their faith rests in Jesus, “the Light of the World,” Cardinal Dolan explained. more
It was potentially a tough crowd. Organizers estimated some 400,000 people marched up Fifth Avenue on Saturday to demonstrate against the Trump administration. more
Thomas Merton NYC is offering a “Tribute to Daniel Berrigan, S.J., and His Relationship to Thomas Merton’’ at Corpus Christi Church, 529 W. 121st St. in Manhattan on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 2 p.m. more
Acknowledging some serious social ills in his native land—namely, an increase in violence, drug-related crimes and political divisions—Bishop Hector Rafael Rodriguez of the Diocese of La Vega, … more
People of all religious denominations are invited to join the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement in praying for Christian unity at Graymoor and in Peekskill in an eight-day event running through Jan. … more
Cardinal Dolan has accepted an invitation to serve as chairman of a new interfaith advisory council called for by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in his State of the State address earlier this month. The … more
The annual archdiocesan Black History Month Mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on the National Day of Prayer for the African American and African Family, Sunday, Feb. 5, at 2 … more
Readers of Catholic New York have once again been invited to nominate two children with disabilities from the archdiocese, along with one parent each, to take part in this summer’s 63nd annual U.S. … more
Johann Christoph Arnold doesn’t remember exactly which school it was of the dozens and dozens he visited along with NYPD Detective Steven McDonald over the past 18 years. He does recall that it was very noisy, the kind of noise that only 3,000 students can make when they are growing restless while sitting in gymnasium bleachers. more
Claire Vouk admits that preparing an exhibit on American saints was life-changing. The exhibit was on display, and Ms. Vouk was one of three speakers for “An American Dream…Come True!’’ more
With the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., nearing, many celebrations and other events in the Archdiocese of New York and down in D.C. will promote life in all of its stages and … more
Ten aspirants in the archdiocese’s permanent diaconate formation program were admitted to candidacy at a Mass celebrated by Auxiliary Bishop John Jenik at St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, on … more
Much to the pleasure of many of Manhattan’s Upper East Side Catholic passengers, the Second Avenue subway was up and rolling for the general public on Jan. 1. more
The archdiocese has been found in compliance with all audited articles within the U.S. Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People for the 2015-2016 audit … more
Marypat Hughes believes that the Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents can spiritually help parents cope with the pain of losing a child. The Ossining woman led a spirited effort to bring … more
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