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I cannot express how disappointed, saddened and outraged I am with the decision to cease publication of Catholic New York on Nov. 17. It has taken me a few days to calm down and collect my … more
The powers that be are making a huge mistake by killing Catholic New York. I shudder to think what they will do next as this is an obvious preview of what is in store for other departments of the … more
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time. After two horrendous back-to-back mass shootings in 10 days that took 21 innocent lives in an Uvalde, Texas, elementary school and 10 in a Buffalo supermarket, … more
It is more important now than ever for our Catholic Church leaders to unite behind Church teaching and doctrine that abortion is contrary to Church and moral law, and that it is a mortal sin. Anyone … more
The religious sisters from six communities now living in retirement at Marian Woods in Hartsdale offer a unique brand of prayerful service to each other and those they encounter. Cardinal Dolan … more
For years, Catherine Huss’ twin passions were evident: faith and fashion. The 30-year-old Catholic never felt that her faith was at odds with her penchant for apparel. But the career path she … more
One of the bonuses of this radiant Easter season is our Bible readings at Mass from the Acts of the Apostles. This book of the Bible was written by St. Luke the Evangelist, the inspired author of the … more
San Lucas, en su Evangelio, destaca más que los otros evangelios la misericordia del Señor, por ello es considerado como “El Evangelio de la misericordia” y también como “El Evangelio del … more
To promote their well-rounded education, a prestigious university in New York encouraged undergrads to enroll in extracurricular activities. These included team sports, study clubs, culturally … more
With the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision seemingly on the brink of being overturned, the New York State bishops’ statement reaffirming and expanding a longstanding pledge of Church support … more
The morning the impending closure of the domestic bureaus of Catholic News Service was announced May 4 began like many others over the years. I had received an email from CNS staffer Carol Zimmermann … more
It’s springtime, and for many Catholics that means it’s the season for sacraments, especially first Communion. It’s a time of preparation and prayer, of observing beloved traditions and … more
ROME—Catholic journalists around the world are now able to count one of their number among the saints, as Titus Brandsma, a Dutch Carmelite killed at the Dachau concentration camp in 1942, was … more
La Iglesia, guiada por el Espíritu Santo, es plenamente consciente de la novedad traída por Cristo. La salvación, como dice el apóstol Pablo, nos viene por la fe en Jesucristo, y no por el … more
May holds up for us two towering features of our faith: Jesus, our Good Shepherd; and Mary, His Mother. In fact, this year, we rejoiced in both figures, as Mother’s Day occurred on Good Shepherd … more
Father George Sears, the director of vocations for the archdiocese, said the new regional approach to priestly vocations … more
On April 23, I had the privilege to spend the day with 700 high schoolers at our archdiocese’s “New York … more

I recently did a search of my past Life Lines columns to find something I wrote here six years ago: “Sometimes … more

Hemos dicho que la moral no puede quedarse en el planteamiento de principios abstractos con pretensión … more
What if there are not one but two chasms that divide Americans today? One chasm separates the reds and blues, the ideologically conservative … more
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