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More than 100 people gathered at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne on a brisk, sunny afternoon to dedicate a new burial area for Catholic veterans of the United States armed services. The … more
Jim Rowen added “octane” to the Great Ignatian Challenge elevating school spirit at nine Jesuit schools in four states as students collect food for the hungry in their communities during … more
At the 40th annual Our Lady of Providence Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Auxiliary Bishop Edmund Whalen told the faithful, “We must give of ourselves in our daily life. Such is the … more
In an archdiocesan Holy Hour this month, students from Good Shepherd School in Manhattan joined Auxiliary Bishop Edmund Whalen to pray for the nation, the world and people suffering from the … more
Cardinal Dolan visited the Farrell High School in Staten Island Oct. 28 to dedicate new campus facilities, including the Brother Henry S. Wright Learning Center. Brother Wright, who died Oct. 29, … more
Although dogged for years by rumors of sexual impropriety, Theodore E. McCarrick was able to rise up the Catholic hierarchical structure based on personal contacts, protestations of his innocence and a lack of Church officials reporting and investigating accusations, according to the Vatican summary of its report on the matter. more
The following statement was released by Cardinal Dolan on the “McCarrick Report,” issued today by the Vatican. more
Cardinal Dolan assured Armenians in the United States and overseas that they’re not alone during his remarks at “An Ecumenical Service for Peace and Justice in Armenia, Artsakh and the World” at St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral in Manhattan Oct. 21. more
Deacon Jonathan Reyes of St. Teresa of the Infant Jesus on Staten Island said his ordination to the permanent diaconate alongside his seven classmates from other parts of the archdiocese “truly … more
Blessed Michael J. McGivney was “an outstanding witness of Christian solidarity and fraternal assistance” because of his “zeal” for proclaiming the Gospel and his … more
Keith Guerrant and the Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund college scholars are helping others this Thanksgiving season, with a portion of the money raised at the Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund … more
A morning Witness for Life started and ended at magnificent St. Anselm and St. Roch Church on Tinton Avenue in the South Bronx Oct. 24. Auxiliary Bishop Peter Byrne, episcopal vicar of the Bronx, … more
Sister Michaelene Devine, O.C.D., and her prayerful colleagues in Dutchess County have been rejoicing over this year marking the 100th anniversary of the arrival of their order, the Discalced … more
Rosanna Scotto, co-host of FOX 5’s “Good Day New York,” welcomed guests and viewers to ArchCare’s virtual gala, “A Toast to ArchCare’s Healthcare Heroes,” … more
Archbishop Gabriele Caccia, apostolic nuncio and permanent observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, last week offered reflections of Pope Francis’ latest encyclical, “Fratelli … more
John and MaryAnn McGivney watched the Beatification Mass of Blessed Michael McGivney from St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Hartford, Conn., Oct. 31 with keen interest as relatives and active members … more
The annual Divino Niño (Divine Child) Mass was celebrated Nov. 1 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, with Father Fredy Patiño serving as principal celebrant and homilist. Cardinal Dolan … more
This year in the midst of uncertainty in the world, I celebrate 25 years in religious life. My heart is overwhelmed with gratitude and joy for the gift of the grace of my vocation. In Our … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrated Mass for All Souls Day, Nov. 2, at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne. Msgr. Dennis Keane, executive director of the Trustees of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and pastor … more
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