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The Sheen Center Is Reaching Out, Perhaps to Your Parish

As the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture gets ready to kick off its third season this fall, I got a behind the scenes tour from Executive Director William Spencer Reilly. It was a behind the … more

Space Increase the Latest Sign of Good Things Happening at La Salle

In 1848, La Salle Academy became the first American school founded by the De La Salle Christian Brothers. Even that status was not a guarantee the boys’ high school would last forever, though. With … more

Misión Parroquial a la República Dominicana Fue Viaje del Corazón

Esta no es la primera vez que la parroquia de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles en el Bronx hace un viaje misionero a la parroquia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús en El Limón, en la península de … more

Parish’s Dominican Republic Mission Was Journey of the Heart

This was not the first time Our Lady of Angels parish in the Bronx has … more

Black Catholics Embrace ‘Spirit of The Lord’ in Orlando

The Convocation of Catholic Leaders in Orlando, Fla., organized by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in the first week of July, deservedly received much attention. Another large group of … more

ArchCare Stands Prayerfully With Most Vulnerable It Serves

On Page 4 of the current issue, you’ll see a story on the annual White Mass offered for healthcare professionals, which ArchCare organizes in St. Patrick’s Cathedral each year. It is an excellent … more

Sisters of Life Always Live Up to Their Name

You know it’s going to be a good afternoon when you run into the Sisters of Life at the New York Catholic Center. That was the case last week when I saw Mother Agnes Mary Donovan, S.V., the … more

This Valedictorian’s Story Is Worth Listening To

I won’t soon forget my first experience with John Evans, and I sincerely doubt that it will be the last time I hear his name. In fact, we all may be hearing from the young man quite a bit in the … more

Surprised by Solanus

I am a Catholic through and through, right from the beginning, all the way through 16 years of elementary, high school and college; 27 years (and counting) of marriage and family life; and a … more

Catholicism and Modernity

The columns of George Weigel running monthly in Catholic New York are thick with facts, informed commentary and faith, compressed into 700 words. They almost never fail to draw a strong reaction, … more

Sacred Sites Church Tour Weekend Offers Windows to World

House tours conducted by local historical or preservation societies are a popular springtime activity in many towns and villages. Next month, Catholics and parish churches in the archdiocese and … more

Archdiocesan Day of Service Provides Outlets for Revive Volunteers

Our readers may have seen recent CNY stories about the missions taking place in parish clusters across the archdiocese. Or perhaps you have noticed the mission schedules printed in each issue for the … more

Praying Your Way Through Lent

One of the more common concerns expressed by Catholics and other people of faith is that something is missing from their prayer life. It may be that they are having trouble finding the words to … more

Spiritual Leaders and ‘Sons of St. Patrick’

Over the last couple of weekends, I’ve spent a considerable amount of time reading “Sons of St. Patrick” around the house, so much so that my wife began to wonder out loud what exactly I was … more

The Catholic Press:

Each biweekly issue of Catholic New York is sent to approximately 129,000 subscribers, either through the U.S. Postal Service or via bulk delivery to parish churches here in the archdiocese. Almost … more

Call to Mission Heard in Sullivan, and Throughout the Archdiocese

Linda English was speaking about something that happened nearly three months ago, only her enthusiasm made it seem the event had occurred this week. She was describing a cluster mission that took … more

Great School Leaders Are Often Found in the Classroom

We’re in the middle of Catholic Schools Week, which extends through Saturday. Activities and special celebrations are taking place at many Catholic schools throughout the archdiocese, as we told … more

His Forgiveness Made All the Difference

The bond between New Yorkers and NYPD Detective Steven McDonald is a very strong one that grew over more than three decades from the day he was shot by a teen assailant while on duty as a police … more

Sisters of Charity Look Back, Ahead in Bicentennial Year

The Sisters of Charity of New York will celebrate a very important milestone this year, the bicentennial of their establishment on Aug. 13, 1817. The sisters also have sponsored and served in some … more

Priest Delivers Perfect Witness for Xavier Society

Father Jamie Dennis said he gave a lot of thought to the homily he would deliver on the Feast of St. Lucy, the patron saint of the blind. His congregation in the Lady Chapel at St. Patrick’s … more
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