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Confió que ustedes están conscientes, que estas semanas de octubre son designadas al Mes del Respeto a la Vida.Como observó recientemente el Papa Francisco, casi todos nuestros … more
El papa Francisco, en la Exhortación Pastoral Evangelii Gaudium, al hablar del impuso misionero, ha vuelto a traer a colación el tema de la acedia, nos habla de la “acedia pastoral” que lleva a … more
Pope Paul VI has the distinction of being the first pope to visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, in Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, on Oct. 4, 1965. more
The “Harvest of the Soul” by Claudia McDonnell (CNY, Sept. 27) was really wonderful. I agree with her in so many ways. The hot summer days make you wish for cooler weather. Fall makes things new … more
Some friends are temporary. Some are work friends. Some are good-time pals. But there is another kind of friend, more rare and precious. These are the friends chosen and ordained by God to … more
With respect to the three letters to the editor that appeared in Catholic New York’s Aug. 30 issue, it should be noted that it is not supposed to be the function of a newspaper to condemn or … more
El obispo Alfredo Espinoza de la diócesis de Loja, Ecuador, fue el celebrante principal y homilista de la segunda misa anual en honor a la Virgen del Cisne en la catedral de San Patricio el 30 de … more
Sister Alice Gallin, O.S.U., a teacher and administrator for 28 years at the College of New Rochelle, died Sept. 13 in Hastings-on-Hudson. She was 96. Sister Alice served at the College of New … more
Sister Loretta Marie Lorenzo, O.S.F., a child care worker and administrator at Mount Loretto on Staten Island for 18 years, died Sept. 12 at the skilled-care unit of Wartburg in Mount Vernon. She was … more
Father George Maddock, O.F.M. Cap., who served in Guam for 37 years, died Sept. 30 at St. Clare’s Friary in Yonkers. He was 81. Father Maddock was in Guam, 1995-2013 and 1965-1984. He served as … more
Sister Eleanor Fitzgerald, S.C., who taught for nearly 30 years at St. Margaret School in the Bronx and St. Mary’s School in Wappingers Falls, died Sept. 13 at Kittay House in the Bronx. She was … more
Sister Joan Toomey, M.M., who taught at the Maryknoll School in Honolulu for seven years, died Sept. 18 at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining. She was 84. Sister Joan was in Honolulu, 1962-1969. … more
Sister Verona Harmer, O.P., who served as a child care worker at St. Dominic’s Home in Blauvelt, died Sept. 24 in St. Martin de Porres Community in Blauvelt. She was 89. She was a member of the … more
Dave Anderson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning sportswriter and columnist for the New York Times, died Oct. 4 in Cresskill, N.J. He was 89. Anderson wrote for the New York Times, 1966-2007, and continued … more
Listen, don’t lecture, if you want to engage young people in the life of the Church. That’s the advice of bishops and others participating in the Synod of Bishops on “young people, the faith … more
If you are looking to see a good example of how an active and vibrant parish functions on Sunday mornings, you should visit … more
I stood in the parking lot of a Holiday Inn Express in Syracuse one recent Saturday morning … more
While we Catholics believe that a church building is certainly not The Church, we still take the building very seriously. more
Escandalizar”, en un contexto religioso, significa literalmente poner tropiezos, obstaculizar el camino de alguien para encontrarse con Cristo, … more
A few months ago, I was at a gathering with brother priests and one of the young men helping at the dinner approached me when he heard that I am the vocation director … more
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