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Sal Fabozzi used his passion for basketball to create opportunities in athletics for young athletes with special needs by starting Because We Can Sports on Staten Island. “I love the expressions … more
The University of Notre Dame has one of the most successful and popular programs in college football. The Fighting Irish football team has a palpable Catholic culture—the famous mural of Christ as … more
Father Stephen Dyas, L.C., ran and completed his first TCS New York City Marathon, clocking a personal-best time of 3 hours, 25 minutes, 48 seconds over the 26.2 … more
Coming off a historic season, the Iona College women’s basketball team is looking to continue its championship run with a different identity. The Gaels have won six of their last eight games and … more
David Palladino earned his 150th victory as varsity girls’ basketball coach at Loyola School in Manhattan with a 69-42 win over Columbia Prep Jan. 27. more
Bernard Witek took the word vacation out of his summer off from school. The resident of Rego Park, Queens, interned at Madison Global Partners in Manhattan, and then took a train and bus from his … more
Steven Santini says family and faith guided him in fulfilling his dream of being an NHL defenseman with the New Jersey Devils. “I think God played a big part of my life on and off the ice,” … more
Joe Toussaint collected 27 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, leading the Cardinal Hayes High School boys’ basketball team to the archdiocesan championship with an 86-65 victory over St. … more
Steven Santini developed a passion for hockey at a young age. The 22-year-old defenseman for the New Jersey Devils grew up at the family-owned Brewster Ice Arena in Putnam County and inherited his … more
Pat LaFontaine is best known for scoring 468 goals in 15 seasons for three New York hockey teams, and he says his Hall of Fame career also prepared him for life after … more
Coach Brian Kelly says his team shares the same mission and many of the operating principles of the Notre Dame Club of the Mid-Hudson Valley. The University of Notre Dame head football coach … more
Cardinal Dolan throws the ceremonial first pitch before the May 25 game between the Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays. more
Four players from the archdiocese received player of the year honors when the Catholic High School Football League announced its 2016 award winners. Christian Anderson was named the Class AAA … more
CYO New York and the Brooklyn Nets are teaming up this spring to bring the Brooklyn Nets Basketball Academy’s Sunday CYO Clinics to La Salle Academy and the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Memorial … more
On his "Conversation With the Cardinal" show on The Catholic Channel, Cardinal Dolan picked the Cleveland Indians to win the World Series. more
New City’s Greg Holland was the first of 125 finishers in the fifth annual Nun Run/Walk 5K in Blauvelt May 12. more
The Iona College men’s and Fordham University women’s basketball teams will learn soon who they’ll play in the NCAA tournament after earning automatic bids by winning their respective conference tournaments. more
Sofian Massoud is not a fan of the New York Giants, but the quarterback at Cardinal Hayes High School quickly recognized who was strolling toward football practice Oct. 2. “We definitely … more
Alan Griffin finished with 29 points and 11 rebounds as the Archbishop Stepinac High School boys’ basketball team won the archdiocesan championship with a 78-62 victory over Cardinal Hayes High … more
It was a repeat for Archbishop Stepinac and Cardinal Spellman high schools. Stepinac defeated Cardinal Hayes, 29-18, to win its second consecutive Catholic High School Football League of … more
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