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One of the archdiocese’s brightest success stories in recent years has been the formation and development of its Young Adult Outreach, which uses a strong network and a personal touch to support … more
Cassidy Maglio was planning to enjoy a snow cone on her busy evening at the ninth annual Catholic Education Night at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill June 17. The rising seventh-grader at Most … more
Thirteen-month-old Thomas Pio Brechbiel of St. Mary’s in Port Jervis will be the youngest New York pilgrim on the Knights of Columbus of Washingtonville-sponsored journey to Lourdes, France, June … more
Attorneys who appear before me often say with surprise that when they approach the bench, they can read my trial notes upside down. In law school when we worked in study groups, my handwritten … more
Angela Valles’ journey to the Catholic Church was a long time coming, and she attributes her decision to the Holy Spirit, who worked quickly and powerfully in her life. She grew up as the … more
As student transcribers in the diocesan inquiry of Servant of God Dorothy Day, two seniors at St. Jean Baptiste High School in Manhattan have made history. Christine Llano and Kayla Irizarry were … more
Winners of the 2019 archdiocesan Art and Essay Contest were honored May 17 at the New York Catholic Center in Manhattan. During the Catholic Youth Organization awards ceremony, Ellia Tupone, a … more
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Each year, Catholic New York salutes the hard work and dedication of seniors graduating from Catholic high schools in the archdiocese. The valedictorians and salutatorians of each school are … more
At St. Theresa Church in the Bronx, Cardinal Dolan told eighth grade students, “Class of 2019, congratulations—you’ve done a great job.” The graduation Mass was for 660 students graduating … more
Amaya Rojas is thankful the Inner-City Scholarship has given her the opportunity to take a step toward achieving her goal. The seventh-grader at Santa Maria School in the Bronx shared her story … more
Billionaire Robert F. Smith capped off the May 19 commencement ceremony at Atlanta’s Morehouse College with a surprise announcement—he pledged to pay off the graduates’ student loans. Smith, … more
Katya Hybran, a freshman at Cathedral High School in Manhattan, has been accepted into the Academies at Harvard. The Academies are intensive, five-day academic enrichment programs for high-achieving … more
Mount St. Michael Academy’s Alex Santos is one of 80 high school juniors in the Class of 2020 Major League Baseball draft eligible players invited to participate in the inaugural Prospect … more
Two presidents are right at home and a principal is making history as three appointments were recently announced at Catholic high schools in the archdiocese. Lou Tobacco is the president and CEO … more
Goaltender Stephen Krug stopped 10 shots to earn the game’s most valuable player award for leading Iona Preparatory School to the New York State Catholic High Schools AA boys’ lacrosse … more
Due to inclement weather outside, the Good Shepherd Sunday meet-and-greet following the 10:30 a.m. Mass was moved into the hall at Sacred Heart Church in Patterson May 12. more
St. Patrick’s School on Staten Island won seven awards, including Best Elementary News Team, at the 46th annual Eddy Awards May 17 at the ITV Studios in Yonkers. Maria Regina High School in … more
Nearly 1,000 students and faculty from 26 Catholic schools across the archdiocese gathered for Mass in the gymnasium of St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, May 8. Fun and games, from tug-of-war to … more
Michael Deegan, the interim superintendent of schools in the archdiocese, said he was “very pleased” with last month’s ruling by the New York State Supreme Court regarding “substantial … more
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