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Being selected for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will give Mike Breen the opportunity to share the moment and thank everyone responsible for him becoming the broadcaster and person he … more
The Catholic communities of every nation on the Mediterranean Sea must work together to promote peace, to aid migrants and refugees and to defend religious freedom, Pope Francis told bishops from 19 Mediterranean countries. more
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Feb. 24 upheld the Trump administration’s “Protect Life Rule” that enforces the Title X rule banning taxpayer funds from being used to promote or provide abortion as family planning. more
Ashes not only symbolize humanity’s frail mortality but are also a reminder of God’s infinite love of people, whom he created from dust, Pope Francis said. more
Sister Mary Aquin Flaherty, S.C., who served for 28 years at St. Bernard parish in Manhattan, died Jan. 29 at Kittay Senior Apartments in the Bronx. She was 98. Sister Mary taught and later served … more
Sister Carolyn Bell, O.P., who served in White Plains for a year in the early 1950s, died Feb. 8 in Siena Hall Infirmary at Dominican Convent in Sparkill. She was 89. She was at Cardinal McCloskey … more
Brother Juan Finbarr Prior, C.F.C., who served in Peru for 37 years, died Jan. 20 at Cabrini of Westchester nursing home in Dobbs Ferry. He was 78. Brother Prior was in Peru, 2000-2014, 1989-1999 … more
Sister Patricia Maureen Mulryan, S.C., who served as principal and teacher at Elizabeth Seton Academy in Yonkers and was treasurer of the Sisters of Charity of New York, died Feb. 9 at a hospice … more
Brother John Francis Walsh, C.F.C., who served at high schools in the archdiocese for 10 years, died Feb. 5 Cabrini of Westchester nursing home in Dobbs Ferry. He was 87. Brother Walsh was at … more
Bishop William J. McNaughton, M.M., a Maryknoll missionary who served for 41 years as the first bishop of Incheon, South Korea, died Feb. 3 at Cedar View Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in … more
Jesuit Father George V. Coyne, who led the Vatican Observatory as its director for 28 years, got his start in the field of astronomy as a young student in formation for the priesthood by secretly … more
Father Richard J. Quinn, M.M., who served for many years as a Maryknoll missioner to East Africa, specializing in video production, died Jan. 27 at Maryknoll Society Center in Ossining. He was … more
Sister Julia O’Brien, O.P., who spent decades devoted to the care and education of youth, died Feb. 11 in St. Martin de Porres Community at the Sisters of St. Dominic motherhouse in Blauvelt. She … more
Sister Joan Marie Berninger, M.M., who served at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining for 32 years, died there Feb. 10. She was 86. She was coordinator of Maryknoll Sisters Center, 1982-1985; … more
Virgil C. Dechant, the longest-serving supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus, holding the office from 1977 to 2000, died Feb. 15 in his hometown of Leawood, Kan. He was 89. “God has called … more
Sister June Quinlan, O.P., of the Dominican Sisters of Hope, who served as director of religious education at Holy Rosary parish in Hawthorne for 17 years, died Feb. 8 at St. Catherine of Siena … more
Lent is a time to remove all distractions and bitterness from one’s life in order to better hear God and those who suffer silently and need help, Pope Francis said. more
By blocking two pro-life bills from going to the floor of the U.S. Senate for a vote, senators “failed to advance two critical human rights reforms that most Americans strongly support,” the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ pro-life committee said late Feb. 25. more
Cardinal Dolan will offer the monthly Young Adult Mass on Wednesday, March 4, at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. more
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