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I am yet another CNY reader who was deeply disturbed by the announcement in the June 2 edition that Msgr. Joseph LaMorte and Mr. John Cahill have decided to terminate CNY’s publication effective … more
I was very pleased and proud to read your article about St. Stanislaus School and Church (CNY, May 19). That was my parish. I lived on East Sixth Street with my grandparents who came from Poland. … more
The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 24 decision overturning Roe v. Wade was a great victory for the pro-life movement and an answer to the prayers and hard work of those committed to the pro-life cause … more
Fra’ John T. Dunlap, who was sworn in this month as lieutenant of the grand master of the Sovereign Order of Malta, is a … more
It started with the discovery last summer of an ornate, embroidered canopy in a closet in my parish … more
As I paddled a kayak across the crystal-clear water of an Adirondack lake on a gorgeous Friday afternoon recently, I turned … more
Upon entering The Met’s Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents exhibit, one glimpses, on a far wall in a gallery … more
As usual, I am a bit behind! I invite you to recall our Bible reading from Mass last Sunday. Saint Paul instructs: "For freedom Christ set … more
En los evangelios (Cf., Lc 9, 57-62; Mt 8, 18-21), Jesús nos habla de exigencias radicales para poder ser su … more
I have never before, in my 83 years, written to a newspaper. I am so disappointed that you will not be publishing Catholic New York after this year. So sad—I have looked forward to and enjoyed … more
I have enjoyed reading Catholic New York. The focus on our shared spiritual community in a printed communication brings solace and inspiration. I do hope the closure is reconsidered. I hope a group … more
I think we are all disappointed to hear about Catholic New York. The first issue had stories about my ordination class almost 41 years ago. The paper has been a part of my entire priesthood. It is … more
What a horrendous shock to read in this week's edition of CNY that this excellent and most important publication is being "killed." I echo all the comments written by other frustrated, annoyed and … more

Re: the letter of Frank and Terry Del Campo (CNY, June 2). In these most difficult times it is easy to point the finger and accuse others of wrong, as did Adam toward Eve and Eve toward the … more

The three-year National Eucharistic Revival will launch in parishes of the archdiocese with Corpus Christi processions on Sunday, June 19, the day that’s observed as the Solemnity of the Most Holy … more
This time every year, the Archdiocese of New York honors vowed men and women who have given their lives in service to the … more
Una de las ventajas de esta radiante temporada de Pascua son nuestras lecturas bíblicas en la Misa de los Hechos de los … more
Every fall, Italian Day with Bishop Pernicone at the North American Martyrs Shrine in Auriesville was a highly anticipated event … more
En el primer libro de los reyes, se nos narra el episodio de un encuentro del Profeta Elías con el Señor (Cf., 1Re 19, 9-14). Para … more
How sad to learn that Catholic New York will cease publication in mid-November. What an inestimable loss to so many. I literally “grew up” with Catholic New York and its predecessor, the … more
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