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The Catholic New York office at the New York Catholic Center is a short walk from the Center for Migration Studies of New York on East 60th Street near the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. I have not made … more
I read something long ago that always comes back to me at this time of year. It was a comment by an author; I don’t recall which one, but it might have been the English novelist and poet Thomas … more
Writing my new book, “To Sanctify the World: The Vital Legacy of Vatican II” (Basic Books), afforded me the welcome opportunity to dig into the Council’s 16 texts and the many fine commentaries … more
El papa Francisco, en múltiples ocasiones, se ha referido a la realidad y actuación del demonio en nuestro tiempo (Cf., Ángelus del 19 de julio de 2020; Audiencia General del miércoles 1 de mayo … more
Monday before last was Columbus Day, one of rejoicing here in the archdiocese, especially for our Italian community. The Mass in the cathedral, and the parade following, were glorious! The … more
El lunes pasado fue el día de Cristóbal Colon, uno jubileo aquí en la arquidiócesis, especialmente para nuestra comunidad italiana. ¡La Misa en la catedral y el desfile que siguió fueron … more
Pope Francis did not mince words last Sunday with his appeal for an immediate end to the war in Ukraine. It was not his first time calling for an end to the fighting that began with Russian … more
Two days before the beginning of the fall 40 Days for Life campaign on Sept. 28, Auxiliary Bishop Peter Byrne … more
It's funny how we have certain expectations of life, from the biggest events to the smallest details, and … more
Is there still a stigma around mental illness? Is that stigma more pronounced among priests? The answe … more
I’ve been writing about the bishops’ national initiative to engage upon a Eucharistic … more
Las causas de la crisis por las que atraviesa la práctica del exorcismo son … more
Last month I highlighted some important topics that engaged couples should discuss before getting married. For example, the priest, deacon or parish specialist who is preparing them to receive the … more
My visits to St. John the Divine Cathedral on Manhattan’s Upper West Side have been few. A recent trip, on Sept. 8, will stay with me for some time … more
It takes a special kind of person to become a missionary, to leave the familiarity and comforts of home to serve others in far-off developing lands where, at best, you may not be welcome or, at … more
These recent weeks have been “back to school” for so many of our youth, providing yet another occasion for us to celebrate … more
A few days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II at age 96, I visited another nonagenarian, one whom I know very … more
Consciente de que los católicos en los Estados Unidos hemos emprendido un Avivamiento Eucarístico, el mes pasado ofrecí un … more
En anteriores columnas hemos señalado que hay autores católicos, teólogos, e incluso … more
Help for expectant mothers, children and families in general is the focus of this year’s annual Labor Day statement from the U.S. Catholic bishops. It’s something of a departure from the usual … more
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