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This morning I had the surprising pleasure of reading an account of someone who contributed so much to my sense of joy in teaching in the Catholic school system for eight years. It underscored the … more
The article by Nicole Muranelli (CNY, June 3), “What I Learned This Year to Help Me Spread the Good News,” filled my heart with joy. What a breath of fresh air to hear an adolescent today with so … more
Marty Rogers walks the walk in his South Bronx neighborhood. He is usually doing something to lift up his Melrose community or Immaculate Conception parish there, often both at the same time. A … more

Rosary-challenged. That’s how I’ve described myself for most of my life. Don’t get me wrong. I have more sets of rosary beads than I can count, tucked away in my nightstand … more

There is an art and a science to slow living. This summer I’m trying to learn both.In music you can measure it. The tempo called largo—Italian for slow and broad—clocks in at 40 to … more
El Evangelio de Marcos nos narra el conocido pasaje de la curación de una hemorroísa (Cf., Mc 5, 25-34). La escena se desarrolla cuando Jesús va en camino hacia la casa de Jairo (un jefe de la … more
This year, Independence Day, the fourth of July, is on a Sunday.Good! We can praise God for our freedom and our beloved country all the better at Sunday Mass!We can recall the observation of Billy … more
Regarding the letter of Rosemary Molloy (CNY, June 17). Ms. Molloy makes an interesting juxtaposition between two excellent writers. They are George Weigel and David Brooks. Unfortunately, it … more
This month our country celebrates 245 years of liberty and justice for all. We proudly proclaim our sincere dedication to these two values, liberty and justice, whenever we pledge our allegiance to … more
The letter entitled “Most Precious Gift” by Christina M. Sorrentino (CNY, June 3) was beautiful. It made me evermore grateful to a loving God for my Catholic Faith, and the Catholic … more
Regarding the letter from John M. Conroy (CNY, June 3). I admit this is a spontaneous response to Mr. Conroy's letter, but I am wondering why he is looking to Catholic New York to resolve the … more
I was very moved to read your article from Nicole Muranelli "What I Learned This Year to Help Me Spread the Good News" (CNY, June 3). I was touched by her deep faith and helpful ways to spread Jesus' … more
June is the traditional month for weddings, and there’s a lot to celebrate in the archdiocese in that regard. First, congratulations are in order to the 144 couples who celebrated 50 years of … more
A remarkable retreat-style meeting took place June 9-10 at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie involving a few dozen members of the John 17 Movement, which promotes the unity of all believers in … more
It’s now the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, but for native Baltimoreans of a certain vintage (like me) it is, was and always will be “the Old … more
With extra time on their hands because of the Covid-19 pandemic, some people have decided to declutter their homes and discard what they no longer need. This often means tossing items that have … more
The sense of place and pull to the wild that inspired Nick Ripatrozone’s new book are tucked in his very name. The rip-roaring surname is the name of a mountain town in central Italy, which the … more
La Eucaristía ocupa en lugar especialísimo dentro de los siete sacramentos, pues en ella no sólo se nos confiere la gracia, sino que se hace presente el mismo autor de la Gracia, Jesucristo, quien … more
Since Pentecost Sunday almost a month ago, our Catholic calendar has been full of moving feasts. I’m thinking of Trinity Sunday, a week after Pentecost; Corpus Christi, the following Sunday; the … more
Recientemente tuve un sábado muy agradable. Primero, camino a la parroquia de Santa Columba en Chester para bendecir la expansión de su cementerio y su nuevo patio de juegos, ambos logrados a … more
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