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Sister Theresa Mary McPartland, O.P., who served as a principal and teacher in the archdiocese, died Dec. 19 at Montefiore Nyack Hospital. She was 84. Sister Theresa Mary served as principal of … more
The following activities will take place at Catholic elementary schools in the archdiocese during National Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 27-Feb. 2. more
The U.S. Senate late Jan. 16 unanimously adopted a resolution “to reaffirm religious liberty and condemn religious tests for federal officials.” more
In a vote on the eve of the annual March for Life, the Senate Jan. 17 failed to pass a measure that would have codified the Hyde Amendment, which forbids federal funding for most abortions or abortion-related care. more
The two Supreme Court cases that legalized abortion virtually on demand in the United States were based on “deception,” said Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, Kan. more
They came from near and far, and even from Down Under, united in prayer and in standing together for life at the Archdiocese of Washington’s annual Youth Rally and Mass for Life, held Jan. 18 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. more
The ritual sights of the annual March for Life never seem to change. more
El Cristo de Esquipulas es una imagen de Jesús crucificado, venerado por millones de fieles centroamericanos. La imagen original se encuentra en la Basílica de Esquipulas en Guatemala. more
Monseñor Octavio Cisneros, obispo auxiliar de la Diócesis de Brooklyn, visitó Guatemala del 17 al 21 de diciembre pasado. El obispo viajó a América Central como “enviado de Mons. Nicholas … more
The secular press has reported that, in the current political stalemate regarding the building of a wall on the border with Mexico, President Trump has referred to House Leader Pelosi’s … more
I was disappointed that the movie review in CNY’s Jan. 3 issue did not focus on the most uplifting, profound, artistic and full of imagination movie produced in the year 2018: “Mary Poppins … more
Once again, the Democrats in New York state are pushing through the Reproductive Health Act, which most Americans oppose. The physical and emotional impact is not considered as much as just giving … more
After nearly a dozen years, New York’s radical abortion expansion bill is poised to become law—signed, sealed and delivered on Jan. 22, the 46th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. … more
Mientras los obispos estadounidenses se reunían en el seminario Mundelein en la universidad St. Mary of the Lake, cerca de Chicago, para un retiro de una semana a principios de enero, miembros de … more
Every so often, Father Joseph Tierney will be in his office at Cardinal Hayes High School and look outside to see a mother passing by with her young son about age 10. Invariably, he said, the mother … more
One of my favorite things about this season of seemingly ever-present physical darkness is the occasional pocket or flash of light. Not just the leftover twinkling Christmas decorations, although … more
We New Yorkers pride ourselves on being “progressive.” A former governor, Theodore Roosevelt, often observed that government “needed always to advance whatever promoted human … more
El papa Francisco, en su mensaje para la celebración de la 52 Jornada Mundial de la paz, del 1 de enero de 2019, como en otras tantas ocasiones, ha vuelto a incidir en la necesidad de trabajar por … more
Retired Bishop Robert E. Mulvee of Providence, R.I., died Dec. 28 at the St. Antoine Residence in North Smithfield, R.I., following a brief illness. He was 88. “Bishop Mulvee was a good and … more
Sister Florence Dwyer, O.P., who taught at grade schools in the Bronx and was on the faculty at Dominican College of Blauvelt, died Dec. 27 at the motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Dominic of … more
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