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Brian Caulfield, vice postulator for the canonization cause of Blessed Michael McGivney, the Connecticut priest who founded the Knights of Columbus, delivered an April 28 address about Blessed … more
Father Roger Kwan has been appointed administrator of Transfiguration parish in Manhattan, the Cardinal’s Office announced. Father Kwan assumed his new role April 25 after serving since 2019 … more
The Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers received Westchester County’s Department of Environmental Facilities 2022 Eco Award in recognition for “outstanding contributions to the environment and … more
The Dominican Sisters of Sparkill, at their General Chapter April 19-21, elected their next leadership team: Sister Irene Ellis, O.P., prioress; Sister Marie Peter Buckley, O.P., councilor; Sister … more
The 2022 archdiocesan Emblem Sunday Scouting Mass recognized scouts and adult leaders with medals of faith at St. Patrick’s Cathedral May 1. Retired Auxiliary Bishop John O’Hara … more
En una misa por la paz en Venezuela, el cardenal Baltazar Enrique Porras Cardozo de Venezuela dijo que “en el corazón del Señor podemos encontrar una actitud positiva que nos … more
Msgr. Emmet Nevin, dean of Rockland County, administered a blessing for the annual Blessing of the Soil event of Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland (CCCSR). The April 30 gathering was … more
Cardinal Dolan led a New York Church delegation to visit and express solidarity with Ukrainian refugees, including those displaced in their native land and in the bordering countries of Poland and … more
San Miguel Academy’s rowing program may soon be better known outside the school’s Newburgh community. San Miguel will send double and quad boats to the USRowing Northeast Youth … more
Themes of healing, justice, service, building bridges and overcoming steep odds are reflected in the 22 films, TV programs, and books for adults and young people being honored with Christopher Awards … more
A first-class bone relic of Blessed Michael McGivney, a Connecticut priest and founder of the Knights of Columbus, will be available for public veneration Thursday, April 28, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie. more
About 700 archdiocesan teens at New York Catholic Youth Day learned April 23 at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie that they may be a key part of the solution to a big challenge facing the … more
Teachers and administrators working full time in a Catholic school in one of three New York metropolitan-area dioceses are eligible for a new scholarship program at St. John’s University. more
The Astor Services for Children & Families’ second annual Dine Out for Mental Health will be held during Mental Health Awareness Month in May to help raise funds and awareness for Astor and the mental/behavioral services the nonprofit organization provides to more than 10,000 children and families throughout the Hudson Valley and the Bronx. more
En la iglesia Santa Rita de Casia en el Bronx, el cardenal Dolan celebró una misa con una reliquia del beato Carlo Acutis la cual formará parte de la Renovación Eucarística Nacional en los … more
Archbishop Stepinac High School welcomed seven alumni and benefactors to its Hall of Fame during a recent ceremony at the all-boys school in White Plains. more
The Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA) has released an additional $800,000 in funds to assist Ukrainians displaced by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. more
Los grandes retratos enmarcados de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe y San Juan Diego presentados al cardenal Dolan en diciembre pasado continúan su recorrido por toda la arquidiócesis. Los retratos … more
Cardinal Dolan, in his Easter Sunday homily at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, surmised that “Jesus didn’t much like rocks.” Then he chronicled the numerous reasons why. … more
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