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Sister Rita McGetrick, C.N.D.

Sister Rita McGetrick, C.N.D., a teacher at St. Columba School in Manhattan for eight years, died June 10 at Lourdes Health Care Center in Wilton, Conn. She was 95. She taught at St. Columba’s, … more

Brother Duane T. Crockett, M.M.

Brother Duane T. Crockett, M.M., a Maryknoll missioner to Hawaii for 17 years, died May 21 at Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow. He was 92. Brother Crockett served at a parish and as a … more

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Abuse Allegation Substantiated Against Cardinal McCarrick

An allegation of sexual abuse of a minor against Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Archbishop Emeritus of Washington, D.C., has been found credible and substantiated. more

Bishops Across U.S. Condemn Separation of Migrant Children

From New York to Denver, the country’s Catholic bishops have joined a chorus of organizations, institutions and high-profile individuals urging the Trump administration to stop separating children … more

Rangers Stanley Cup Goaltender Richter Got His Start in CYO Play

Long before Mike Richter hoisted the Stanley Cup with the 1994 New York Rangers, he suited up in a helmet and pads to play CYO football in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. “I was a product of … more

Pastors Named for Six Parishes

Six pastors have been appointed to parishes in the archdiocese, the Cardinal’s Office has announced. They are Father Edward Bader, St. Peter, Liberty; Father Joseph Bisignano, St. Theresa’s, … more

Two Rockland County Religious Congregations Form Covenant Relationship

Two congregations of women religious in Rockland County, the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill and the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine, formally entered into a Covenant Relationship June 7. The … more

Native Son, Now an Archbishop, Caps Suffern Parish’s 150th Anniversary

In the Rockland County village of Suffern, a joyful, spiritual milestone was marked this month. Sacred Heart parish closed its yearlong celebrations commemorating 150 years of serving the Lord and … more

Pastor Rick Warren Talks to New York Priests About Maintaining Moral Integrity

Nearly 800 New York Catholic priests received a message about how to maintain their moral integrity from Pastor Rick Warren, who used Scripture passages and his experiences from 40 years as an … more

St. Charles, Staten Island, Captures CYO Track and Field Championships

St. Charles, Staten Island, cruised to the boys and girls team titles at the Archdiocesan CYO Track and Field Championships at Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island in Manhattan June 10. The St. … more

Lourdes’ Jones Leads Catholic School Athletes at State Track Meet

Jaheim Jones won two state public high school championships and later that day placed second in both events at the state federation meet to lead Catholic high school runners at Cicero-North Syracuse … more

10 Deacons to Be Ordained at the Cathedral June 23

Cardinal Dolan will ordain 10 men as permanent deacons of the archdiocese at a Mass in St. Patrick’s Cathedral Saturday, June 23, at 9 a.m. Deacon Tom Bennett, 37, is a parishioner of St. … more

Sacred Heart

A restored statue of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus graces the grounds of Sacred Heart parish on Haviland Drive in Patterson. The statue, damaged in a tornado last month, was rededicated by Father … more

Shrine for Persecuted Christians Dedicated at St. Michael’s, Manhattan

An icon depicting the Blessed Mother dressed in the traditional garb of an Iraqi bride graces St. Michael Church in Manhattan. The donated icon of Our Lady of Aradin, Aramaic for Eden, is the work … more

Six Youths Making Rosary Pilgrimage to Lourdes

Karheem Mattioli is seeking inner peace for herself and her son Nicolas. Nicolas, 16, was one of six children chosen by the Our Lady of Lourdes Knights of Columbus Council 5890 in Washingtonville … more

St. Charles, Staten Island, Captures CYO Track and Field Championships

St. Charles, Staten Island, cruised to the boys and girls team titles at the Archdiocesan CYO Track and Field Championships at Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island in Manhattan June 10. The St. … more

New York Catholic Bible Summit Soars Toward Gospel Joy

Our symbol is not a happy face, our symbol is the cross of Jesus Christ. And in the midst of that we find our joy.” So said Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto in a keynote address at the New York … more

Celebrating St. Anthony

The feast of St. Anthony of Padua was celebrated Sunday, June 10, at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Staten Island. The principal celebrant was Father John Wroblewski, pastor of Our Lady of Pity and St. Anthony of Padua parish. Concelebrating the liturgy was Father John McCarthy, chaplain and religion teacher at St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School on Staten Island, who assists at the parish on weekends. Assisting at the altar was Deacon Joseph Rentkowski, a permanent deacon of the parish. A procession through the community of Travis, in steady rain, followed the liturgy. A portrait of St. Anthony was held high, a band played and a statue of St. Anthony followed with Fathers Wroblewski and McCarthy at the end of the procession. The saint’s feast is June 13. more

Cathedral Trustees to Seek Appeal in Latest Archbishop Sheen Ruling

The Trustees of St. Patrick’s Cathedral believe the recent court case concerning the earthly remains of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen was again incorrectly decided, and will seek an appeal … more
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