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Dominican Sisters of Hope 75 Years   Sister Geraldine Schultz, O.P., taught at St. Ursula School, Mount Vernon, 1962-1967. She also served in New Jersey, Florida and North Carolina. … more
Priests enjoyed a convivial evening Oct. 31 during an Oktoberfest celebration at St. John Vianney Clergy Residence in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. more
The celebrant of this year’s Mass of the Divine Child Jesus at St. Patrick’s Cathedral spoke about “increasing faith, serving and loving God,” and he noted that the Divine … more
Más de 350 personas se reunieron en la Cena de Entrega de Premios del Fondo de Becas Pierre Toussaint para honrar a tres ganadores del Medallón Pierre Toussaint por su "extraordinario liderazgo" en … more
Msgr. John J. Brinn, who served as pastor of St. Mary’s parish in Poughkeepsie for 17 years, died Oct. 31. He was 85. Msgr. Brinn was pastor of St. Mary’s from 1994 until his retirement in … more
Msgr. John P. Meier, a priest of the archdiocese who was professor emeritus of theology at the University of Notre Dame and author of a five-volume series of books on “The Historical … more
Msgr. Anthony D. Marchitelli, pastor of St. James the Apostle parish in Carmel, died Oct. 28. He was 72. A Funeral Mass is scheduled for 10 a.m., Friday, Nov. 4, at St. James the Apostle Church, … more
John Dunleavy, former chairman of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, died Oct. 26. He was 83. Dunleavy served as chairman from 1993 to 2015 and had been an active member of the committee … more
Sisters of Christian Charity 80 Years Sister Martina Reuther, S.C.C., served in the archdiocese at Immaculate Conception, the Bronx. 75 Years  Sister Felice Donelin, S.C.C., served … more
The visit by Staten Island Borough President Vito J. Fossella to Blessed Sacrament School was rather remarkable, both for what he said and for what he did, at the Oct. 24 press briefing. Cardinal … more
A few months back, my husband, Dennis, called me from work and said, “I have to tell you something that is going to make you cry.” He followed it immediately with assurances that nothing was … more
It started with news from Camp Wapo, the Bible camp I’d attended as a kid. The camp counselors in Amery, Wis., enforce a strict no cell-phone policy: Ditch your iPhone when you arrive, get it back … more
In 1786, at age 60 and after a long career as a successful Venetian painter, Giandomenico Tiepolo, also known as Domenico Tiepolo, retired from painting to devote himself to the creation of a series … more
You sticking with me? This time of Eucharistic Revival I’ve been writing on the Holy Eucharist as a meal, a sacrifice and, now, as the Real Presence. Turn back the dial to the first Easter … more
El apóstol Pedro nos dice que “nuestro enemigo el Diablo, como león rugiente, ronda buscando a quién devorar” (1Pe 5, 8). Por ello, debemos “resistirle firmes en la fe” (1Pe 5, 9). Dios no … more
Marie O’Shea is a principal, and Zachary Silva is a student. Both understood the importance of the message delivered to Catholic school teachers and administrators at Spirituality Day Oct. 20 … more
In the Mott Haven section of the Bronx, clergy, staff, volunteers and the faithful multitude of St. Luke’s parish have been celebrating the parish’s 125th anniversary of faithful service … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrated Mass on Oct. 27 to mark the 65th anniversary of Albertus Magnus High School in Bardonia.  more
In 1786, at age 60 and after a long career as a successful Venetian painter, Giandomenico Tiepolo, also known as Domenico Tiepolo, retired from painting to devote himself to the creation of a series … more
Cardinal Dolan, Bishop Robert J. Brennan of Brooklyn and Bishop John O. Barres of Rockville Centre announced Oct. 27 the launching of new programs at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie to … more
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