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The front page of Catholic New York’s Aug. 12 issue, with the six Sisters of Life who had just professed their final vows at St. Patrick’s Cathedral was simply beautiful. Thank you. As a young … more
Your report that the Hyde Amendment was not included in House of Representatives appropriations fails to mention that the Democrat majority dropped Hyde. Julie Asher's failure to report the facts … more
Early on Saturday morning, Aug. 14, I drove into Brooklyn for a story. That’s not a normal occurrence because Brooklyn and Queens form the neighboring Diocese of Brooklyn, which is outside Catholic … more
It’s that time of year again. Students, principals, teachers and families everywhere are gearing up for the start of a new academic year, and Catholic schools of the archdiocese are ready to … more
When I heard that there was some kind of political trouble in our state capital, my first thought was, “Oh, the Albany follies.” I did not realize right away what kind of folly it was, and how … more
On the Solemnity of Christ the King in 2013, Pope Francis completed the work of the 2012 Synod of Bishops with the apostolic exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel), issuing a ringing … more
"Oh, for the good old days!” Do you say that a lot? I admit I sure do. In the midst of all the troubles in the world—the devastation in Haiti, the violence in Afghanistan, the despair of … more
Como hemos explicado en nuestra anterior columna, es a finales del Antiguo Testamento que la esperanza en la resurrección (y una justicia ultraterrena) se convierte en una respuesta más razonable … more
Oh, por los buenos viejos tiempos!" ¿Dices eso mucho? Les admito que yo sí. En medio de todos los problemas del mundo: la devastación en Haití, la violencia en Afganistán, la … more
Reading through the golden wedding jubilee story in the June 17 issue of Catholic New York brought to mind the vows we all declare, on our marriage day, part of them being "in sickness and in … more
The swift restriction and condemnation of the Tridentine form of the Roman Rite has nothing to do with the use of Latin or fear of disunity. It has everything to do with the suppression of Catholic … more
In its two-and-a-half years as an eye-catching centerpiece of Manhattan’s gleaming Hudson Yards complex, the Vessel became a major attraction that drew locals and visitors alike. Thousands each … more
Speaking to Msgr. Peter Vaccari Monday, just a day after his return from Lebanon where he visited the port of Beirut so devastated in the powerful explosion that rocked the city and surrounding area … more
I submitted two articles tonight, and moments after I hit send, I was struck by the parallel. Sure, they both involved retired Catholics. But in my focus on the specifics of their work—the … more
En el antiguo judaísmo se pensaba que la bendición de Dios se concreta en esta vida, pues no se creía en la resurrección o en una pervivencia del alma más allá de la muerte física del hombre. … more
I’m going to make an example out of you!” Usually, hearing those words, we figure someone is in big trouble. The one uttering those words, most of the time through clenched teeth, wants to … more
I am writing to you because I read the July 15 issue and noticed you have news about Haiti. The same issue had nothing about my country of birth, Cuba. I am writing to you on behalf of my Cuban … more
Last week was a sad one at Catholic New York as we said goodbye to founding Editor in Chief Gerald M. Costello, who is remembered fondly for establishing Catholic New York 40 years ago and leading … more
The Tokyo Summer Olympic Games currently under way are not like anything we’ve ever experienced before. Postponed for a full year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the events were originally … more
Understanding what love means is vital to understanding the Bible. Love in the Bible means respect and esteem. When God says love your neighbor, He means “do unto others as you would have them do … more
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