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The archdiocese has scheduled its “Touring Tuesdays’’ open house events at its Catholic elementary schools for 9 -11 a.m. on Nov. 14, Dec. 5, Jan. 9, Jan. 30, Feb. 13, March 13 and April … more
Natalie Morbeth remembered how her faith was challenged this year. “In May, my house burned down,” said Ms. Morbeth, a parishioner of St. Joseph in Spring Valley and a student at Rockland … more
Drug use, gang affiliation and casual sex are issues faced by inner city youth all over the world. Exposure does not automatically signify surrender to these temptations. Many young people are saying … more
Some 200 volunteers participated in the Catholic Charities Project: “Help Us Build a Playground!’’ at Astor Services for Children and Families’ Lawrence Hickey Center for Child Development in … more
A recital with violinists Veronika and Sophia Lugosi will be held Sunday, Nov. 5, in St. Joseph’s School auditorium to benefit those who suffered from Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico. The event, … more
Immaculate Conception School’s Eagle Safety Patrol will be honored by the New York Yankees at Game 3 of the American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros Monday night. The … more
MODERN SCIENCE—Students from Preston High School in the Bronx and other schools in the archdiocese take in presentations at an Engineering Tomorrow conference Oct. 5 at Preston. Along with … more
The artwork of two Staten Island Catholic school students is being showcased on sanitation trucks throughout the borough for their winning submissions in the “Don’t Litter, Recycle” art contest sponsored by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and Pratt Industries. more
Michael O’Carroll, 73, was an orphan at Mount Loretto on Staten Island for 13 years, ending at age 15, when he ran away. Later in life he regretted that decision deeply, having gotten into trouble … more
Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains started the school year by buying school supplies for its peers in a public school in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey. This week, Stepinac, an … more
The academic year is off to a successful start for Catholic schools in the archdiocese, results of New York State assessment tests attest. Catholic school students are outpacing their New York … more
Clara Hart and Janna Rutkowski see Fearless Retreat for exactly what it is—an opportunity to strengthen their faith and relationship with God following Camp Veritas. “This is an extension of … more
The 2017 Catechetical Forums will take place at Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx, Saturday, Oct. 14, and at Sacred Heart parish in Monroe, Saturday, Oct. 28. Auxiliary Bishop Dominick … more
Looking to Select the Right High School for Your Student? Catholic New York is here to help you make the smart choice with a pullout section that lists all 46 Catholic high schools in the … more
Recently, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten made public remarks likening school choice to, among other things, “the polite cousin of segregation.” Unfortunately, Ms. … more
Lauren Narog is open to trying anything, even another spin class. The pre-K teacher was one of nine staff members from St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School in Shrub Oak to participate in a 45-minute … more
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