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Dominican University New York, celebrating its 70th year, was known as Dominican College until three months ago. One month ago, Iona College, now in its 82nd year, became Iona … more
En una misa en honor a San Martín de Porres, el arzobispo José Octavio Ruiz Arenas dijo a los fieles en las bancas de la catedral que San Martín “difundió la … more
Stephen Marositz was named associate superintendent of teaching and learning, the archdiocese’s Superintendent of Schools office announced. Marositz joined the superintendent’s office … more
St. Mary’s parish in Wappingers Falls hosted a picnic day for homeschool families on the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, July 16.    Nearly 200 people attended the … more
Cameron Young, a graduate of Fordham Prep in the Bronx, tied for second in the PGA Tour’s Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club July 28-31. Young, 25, shot 4-under par over the final … more
By 1922, the film industry, which had begun to migrate from the East Coast to Hollywood about a decade earlier, was well-established and thriving. A century later, many of the movies released that … more
Mike Piazza discussed the impact of faith in his life as a child in Pennsylvania, through a Hall of Fame baseball career and now as a husband and father as the former Mets catcher was interviewed as part of the “Faith: The Competitive Edge” series July 26 at The Sheen Center’s Loreto Theater. more
At the New York Catholic Center in Manhattan, Ela Milewska and her dedicated youth faith formation team seek to implement and oversee youth programs and activities to “boldly form … more
The first step of Pope Francis' "penitential pilgrimage" to Canada involved him returning two pairs of children's moccasins. The little shoes were not among the Indigenous artifacts held in the … more
The pastor of St. Kateri Tekakwitha in LaGrangeville is grateful for the participation of the faithful in the parish’s Forty Hours Devotion that concluded on the namesake saint’s feast … more
Archdiocesan Catholic Charities distributed 200 boxes of dry goods, dairy and produce July 15 to local families in need at St. Joseph of the Holy Family Church in Harlem. The event was the latest in … more
Francesco Conia came to an easy conclusion and returned to Msgr. Farrell Bocce Summer Camp on Staten Island for a second year July 11-15. “I had so much fun, I had to come back this … more
Father Edwin Cipot was appointed pastor of Holy Child on Staten Island, and Father Jeffrey Maurer was named administrator of the newly merged parish of St. Christopher, St. Sylvia, Good Shepherd and … more
Five priests of the archdiocese have retired, the Cardinal’s Office announced. The retirements were effective July 1, except for one noted below.   Father Edmund Burke had served … more
Thirteen priests serving as pastors have received reappointments for their second six-year terms at their current parishes, the Cardinal’s Office has announced. The reappointments became … more
Mother Maria Catherine Iannotti, P.V.M.I, has been elected to a second five-year term as general superior of the Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate. Council members are Sister Mary Josita Worlock, … more
Deacon Steven Neier, C.O., was ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacon for the New York Oratory of St. Philip Neri by Auxiliary Bishop James Massa, rector of St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, at … more
Brother Bede Maxson, O.S.B., a native of New Windsor, was one of three Benedictine monks to profess first vows July 10 at St. Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe, Pa. A 2016 graduate of Cornwall High … more
After intensive consultation, Cardinal Dolan issued the following decree of merger, effective July 5, 2022: Merger of the parishes of St. Christopher-St. Sylvia, Red Hook, and Good Shepherd-St. … more
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