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Moments of difficulty and desolation are opportunities for praying, drawing closer to Jesus and discerning the right path, Pope Francis said. more
“We can pray for Ukraine by saying, ‘Hurry up, Lord,’” Pope Francis told visitors and pilgrims at his weekly general audience. more
Gathered in Baltimore for their fall general assembly Nov. 14-17, the bishops elected new leadership, heard about the crisis in Ukraine and what’s facing migrants at the U.S. southern border. more
Fordham University’s Ryan Greenhagen is one of 15 finalists for the 2022 William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation (NFF) and College Hall of Fame recently announced. more
Father Harold P. Theriault, who served as pastor of St. Sylvia parish in Tivoli for more than a decade, died Nov. 7. He was 89.He was pastor of St. Sylvia’s, in the northwest corner of Dutchess … more
Father Michael O. Zunno, M.M., who was a missioner to South Korea, died Oct. 25 at Phelps Memorial Hospital, Sleepy Hollow. He was 96. Arriving at the Maryknoll Mission in South Korea in 1954, he … more
Sister Mary Joseph Crowley, O.S.F., a member of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities who served in health care ministry, died Nov. 6 at the Wartburg assisted living facility in Mount … more
Sister Mary P. Malone, O.P., who was a principal at two schools in the archdiocese and also served as president of the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt, died Nov. 8 in the St. Martin de Porres Community … more
Father Salvatore Bonaventure Matarazzo, O.P., who served as pastor of two parishes in the archdiocese, died Oct. 22 at Nazareth Home in Louisville, Ky. He was 90. In 1987, Father Matarazzo was … more
Msgr. Thomas J. Shelley, professor emeritus of St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie and Fordham University, and historian for the archdiocese, died Nov. 14. He was 85. Cardinal Dolan will … more
El celebrante de la Misa del Divino Niño Jesús este año en la Catedral de San Patricio habló sobre “aumentar la fe, servir y amar a Dios”, e hizo énfasis en que el Divino Niño Jesús vino … more
Arzobispo Roberto González Nieves, O.F.M., de San Juan, Puerto Rico, dijo a los fieles dentro de la Catedral de San Patricio que estaba lleno de alegría de visitar Nueva York “para celebrar una … more
It’s hard to believe that CNY will no longer be published. In the movie “Eight Men Out,” there was a great line, "Say it ain't so, Joe, say it ain't so," that can be used for the elimination of … more
Thank you, Catholics of the archdiocese. As we prepare this final issue of Catholic New York, we want to express our deep gratitude to those who shared and supported our mission these last 41 … more
I have been thinking a lot (and trying to prayerfully accept) about the upcoming death of the print edition of Catholic New York. It is a mistake. While I have thought of a number of reasons this … more
I, along with so many other people, am extremely disappointed over Catholic New York ceasing publication in November. Even though I am not from New York, I have been a subscriber since it was … more
I join the list of people who are saddened and dismayed about the termination of Catholic New York. We have enjoyed and looked forward to it for as many years as I can remember. I would like to … more
Particularly heartbreaking in the June 2 article announcing the closing of CNY newspaper was learning that 13 employees of the CNY newspaper will also lose their jobs as a result of this transition. … more
This is the column I hoped I would never have to write. As I sit here on Tuesday morning, our final deadline day, my assignment is to close up shop at Catholic New York, my workplace of the past 27 … more
One morning in late September 1981, I entered the newsroom of Catholic New York in Manhattan and walked to my desk. On top of it, and on top of every other desk, fresh from the press, lay the first … more
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