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ADAPP’s Contributions

In Catholic New York’s May 24 issue, Cardinal Dolan’s column focused on raising awareness about mental illness and promoting mental wellness. At His Eminence’s request, I am writing to share … more

Counting on CNY

I wish to congratulate Catholic New York for earning seven awards from the Catholic Press Association, “including honors for reporting, editorial and column writing” (CNY, June 21). Catholic … more

St. Cecilia and Holy Agony Street Mass in Manhattan Draws 400 on Searing Sunday

The 96-degree temperature did not keep 103-year-old Justa Rodriguez or her 76-year-old son Emilio Rodriguez from attending the street Mass outside St. Cecilia and Holy Agony Church in Manhattan on … more

Cardinal Visits Immigrants Being Served by Catholic Charities

Cardinal Dolan visited with attorneys, staff, immigrants and children separated from their parents on a tour of the Catholic Charities Immigration Services in lower Manhattan before meeting the media … more

Pastor, Administrators and Parochial Vicars Named to Parishes

One pastor, five administrators and nine parochial vicars have been appointed to parishes in the archdiocese, the Cardinal’s Office has announced.Father Joseph Ciccone, C.S.P., has been … more

Official Appointments

PASTORFather Joseph Ciccone, C.S.P., St. Paul the Apostle, ManhattanADMINISTRATORS Father Edward Bader, Holy Cross, Callicoon and St. Aloysius, Livingston Manor  REAPPOINTMENTS  Father … more

Nuncio Apostólico, en el Encuentro Regional, Insta a Los Líderes del Ministerio Hispano a Ayudar a Otros a Encontrar a Cristo

El arzobispo Christophe Pierre, nuncio apostólico en los Estados Unidos, instó a los líderes del ministerio hispano durante el Encuentro de la Región 2 en Albany a llevar a los feligreses a un … more

Apostolic Nuncio, at Regional Encuentro, Urges Hispanic Ministry Leaders to Help Others to Encounter Christ

Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the United States, urged the Hispanic ministry leaders at the Region 2 V Encuentro in Albany to lead all parishioners—and especially … more

Ten Permanent Deacons Ordained With Families’ Support, Prayers

The 10 men ordained to the sacred order of deacon for the archdiocese did so with the support of their families, who surrounded them with their loving support and presence on the day of their Mass of … more

Deacon Assignments

Deacon Thomas BennettSt. Francis of Assisi, West NyackDeacon Jose CamachoSt. Peter and St. Denis, YonkersDeacon Oscar CifuentesSt. Joachim – St. John, BeaconDeacon Anthony CironeSt. Kateri … more

Father Thomas P. D’Angelo

Father Thomas P. D’Angelo, a former pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Elmsford and a former chaplain of Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center, the Bronx, died June 21 at Westchester Medical Center in … more

Alan P. Mehldau

Alan P. Mehldau, a dedicated pro-life leader in the archdiocese, died June 22 at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco. He was 80. After retiring, Mr. Mehldau co-founded and chaired the … more

Sister Margaret Anne Purtell, M.M.

Sister Margaret Anne Purtell, M.M., a native of Brooklyn who served in nursing positions in South Korea and the United States, died June 25 at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining. She was 89. In … more

Jim O’Connell

Jim O’Connell, longtime college basketball writer for the Associated Press and the winner of the 2002 Basketball Hall of Fame Curt Gowdy Media Award, died July 2. He was 64. Mr. O’Connell, a … more

Father Philip R. Doyle

Father Philip R. Doyle, a priest in the archdiocese for 70 years, died June 30 at Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel. He was 95. Cardinal Dolan will offer the Funeral Mass at noon on Saturday, July … more

Deacon Dhoel Canals

Deacon Dhoel Canals, who served at Holy Family, Blessed Sacrament and St. John Vianney parish in the Bronx for 29 years, died May 26 at his Bronx residence. He was 81. Deacon Canals was at Holy … more

Deacon Ralph Longo

Deacon Ralph Longo, who served at Annunciation parish in Crestwood for the past 12 years, died June 11 at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla after a long battle with cancer. He was 84. Deacon … more

Announcing Avow—Discernment Groups for Catholic Women

When I started this column a few months ago, I wrote that it would not be exclusively about vocations to the priesthood. With this in mind, I am pleased to include the following article beginning in … more

En Nazaret Jesús ‘No Pudo Hacer Milagros’

Los Evangelios no dicen casi nada de la vida de Jesús durante su infancia, adolescencia y parte de su juventud en Nazaret, lugar donde vivió. Después de aquel episodio del niño Jesús perdido y … more

Culture, Society Should Follow Families’ Lead on Kids

A blessed Fourth of July and summer! I was home in St. Louis last weekend, a cherished, enjoyable family reunion like most of us celebrate these happy weeks of summer. As I sat on the porch … more
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