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As some Catholics are seeking a religious exemption to the coronavirus vaccine mandates that are becoming more common in workplaces and even some public venues, priests in the Archdiocese of New York … more
En la misa anual en honor a San Martín de Porres se animó a los miembros de la congregación a rezar “con fe y esperanza” por la intercesión del santo peruano, patrono de la justicia social y … more
ArchCare Senior Life Harlem PACE Center in Manhattan celebrated the first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly July 26 with a special day of activities to recognize grandparents and … more
As Manhattan office workers begin returning to their desks, attendance has increased at daily Masses in traditional weekday parishes in Midtown and Lower Manhattan.  The increase stems from … more
A large crowd turned out for the annual Italian Festival of St. Augustine parish in Ossining July 24, the first of the two-day gathering. Fair-goers enjoyed rides, games, raffles, music and an … more
En la misa anual en honor a San Martín de Porres se animó a los miembros de la congregación a rezar “con fe y esperanza” por la intercesión del santo peruano, … more
The solemn feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel was celebrated at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, on Carmelite Drive in Middletown, July 15 and 16. The July 16 celebration included an … more
Vittoria Madeira is already planning a return in a new role to Catholic Kidz Camp at St. Columba’s in Hopewell Junction. “I can be a helper,” the rising fourth-grader told CNY on … more
While it helps for him to be “a believer, a Catholic” to defend religious freedom, Cardinal Dolan said there are many good secular reasons to assert the right to religious … more
In Cuba, unprecedented protests began July 11 with many people demanding long-denied social liberties and expressing anger and frustration over economic and societal deterioration.  In Miami, … more
The following 32 priests have been reappointed to their second six-year terms as pastors of their current parishes: Father Robert Ashman, Immaculate Conception, Irvington; Father Donald Baker, … more
Msgr. Philip Hill and Father Kevin Madigan, archdiocesan priests ordained in Rome in December 1970 after study there, are members of the ordination Class of 1971. A 50th anniversary story featuring … more
Kevin Shattenkirk joined members of the hockey program during his visit to Iona Prep’s Lower School in New Rochelle with the NHL’s Stanley Cup July 17. Shattenkirk, a graduate of Iona … more
This column originally appeared in Catholic New York Sept. 24, 1987.   A roomful of Hollywood people who know something about holding center stage sat captivated for a half-hour one … more
This column originally appeared in Catholic New York June 9, 1988.     After 30 years or so of turning out newspaper columns, I’m long since used to the idea that readers … more
This column originally appeared in Catholic New York Sept. 27, 1990.Over the years in this business, I’ve been lucky enough to log some fascinating travels, with some memorable stops along the … more
Gerald M. Costello, the founding editor of three newspapers—including Catholic New York—and a writer who brought insight and clarity to Catholic news for more than 60 years, died July 19 after a battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 90. more
The Archdiocese of New York has launched a Come Home to Mass campaign to encourage Catholics to return for weekend Mass in parish churches as the Covid-19 crisis recedes. The campaign has a … more
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