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The School of the Blessed Sacrament will operate as one school with two campuses due to increased enrollment, beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, the archdiocesan Superintendent of Schools office … more
Msgr. Francis McAree considers it a blessing to serve as pastor of St. Catharine of Alexandria parish in Blauvelt for the past five years. “They are eager to help. If I had to ask, I didn’t … more
There is much jubilation among the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus who are in grateful awe that their foundress, Mother Clelia Merloni, has been beatified by the Church. That includes a … more
Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J., son of a prominent American Protestant family, converted to Catholicism and became a Jesuit, a priest and the leading U.S. theologian of his time. This year marks the … more
Former Congressman Frank Wolf says the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 is needed more today than when it was signed by President Bill Clinton 20 years ago. Wolf, author of the act, was … more
The 20 new affiliates of the Ladies of Charity of the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York were installed at a Mass in the Lady Chapel of St. Patrick’s Cathedral Nov. 3. Msgr. Kevin … more
Isabel Torres-Ullauri, a new dame of the Order of Malta, said that while joining the Sovereign Military Hospitaller order, she thought of her beloved late husband, who was to be installed as a … more
More 250 people attended the annual Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund Awards Dinner Nov. 5 at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan. The event, sponsored by the archdiocesan Office of Black … more
Discussion and voting on concrete measures to address the abuse crisis and a day of spiritual discernment and prayer will top the agenda for the U.S. bishops when they meet Nov. 12-14 for their fall general assembly in Baltimore. more
Poland’s bishops marked their country’s centenary of independence by warning freedom could be lost again if Poles abandon their Catholic faith. more
Saints are not just the well-known men, women and young people on the liturgical calendar, Pope Francis said on the feast of All Saints. more
The Mass for the feast of All Souls is “realistic, concrete” in calling Catholics to remember the people and events of their past, to consider how they live today and to hope for eternal life with God and their loved ones who preceded them, Pope Francis said. more
The “throwaway culture” has become a pandemic today, and it leaves migrants and displaced people without a voice and at the mercy of those who exploit them, Pope Francis said. more
An allegation of abuse made against Auxiliary Bishop John Jenik has been found credible and substantiated by the independent Lay Review Board. The bishop has denied the “allegation of inappropriate behavior” made by a single victim based on alleged incidents that took place decades ago. more
Halloween is an opportunity for Catholics “to express in every detail of our observance the beauty and depth of the feast of All Saints,” said Bishop David A. Konderla of Tulsa. more
Fight for Identity In the 1995 movie, “Citizen X,” there is a particularly powerful scene that can contribute to every discussion of what a man is and what a woman is. In a 23-second exchange … more
Pope Francis prayed for those affected by a deadly attack inside a Pittsburgh synagogue, calling it an act of inhumane violence. more
Speaking on behalf of all adult Catholics, Pope Francis formally closed the Synod of Bishops by asking young people for forgiveness. more
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