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Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, in his homily during the 45th annual Columbus Day Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, alluded that today’s migrants are coming to the United States with the same challenges, aspirations and dreams of Italian immigrants in the 19th and 20th centuries. more
George B. Irish, who held key roles with the William Randolph Hearst Foundation of California and the Hearst Foundation Inc. of New York and served on the boards of ArchCare and the Inner-City … more
Msgr. Joachim J. Olendzki, pastor of St. Stanislaus parish in Pine Island for 19 years, died Sept. 29. He was 90. Msgr. Olendzki was pastor of St. Stanislaus, 1989-2008. A Funeral Mass was … more
Retired Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza of Galveston-Houston, who was a tireless advocate for social justice, died Sept. 19. He was 91. The Beaumont, Texas, native served as bishop of the Diocese of … more
Deacon Robert Clemens, who served at St. Bartholomew's parish in Yonkers for 34 years, died Sept. 17. He was 89. Deacon Clemens was assigned to St. Bartholomew after his ordination by Cardinal … more
Sister Bridget Puzon, O.S.U., who taught in the English department and served as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at the College of New Rochelle, died Sept. 21 at Andrus on Hudson in … more
Sister Eileen Lindsay, F.S.P., who served at Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale for 25 years, died Sept. 23 at St. Cabrini Nursing Home in Dobbs Ferry. She was 96. Sister Eileen was at Maria … more
Pope Francis did not mince words last Sunday with his appeal for an immediate end to the war in Ukraine. It was not his first time calling for an end to the fighting that began with Russian … more
El cardenal hizo comentarios de apertura, diciendo que fue “un honor y alegría” para él dar la bienvenida a todos a la catedral para la misa especial en español. El obispo Cabrera, en su … more
Two days before the beginning of the fall 40 Days for Life campaign on Sept. 28, Auxiliary Bishop Peter Byrne … more
It's funny how we have certain expectations of life, from the biggest events to the smallest details, and … more
Is there still a stigma around mental illness? Is that stigma more pronounced among priests? The answe … more
I’ve been writing about the bishops’ national initiative to engage upon a Eucharistic … more
Las causas de la crisis por las que atraviesa la práctica del exorcismo son … more
Seventh-grader Ronald Mendez, 12, could not have asked for a more prestigious first day at his new school, Our Lady Queen of Martyrs in Manhattan,  Oct. 4. In history class, he and a few new … more
Many New Yorkers planning to travel to World Youth Day Lisbon 2023 met last week with Auxiliary Bishop Joseph A. Espaillat to receive information about the international gathering led by Pope Francis … more
Our Lady of Pompeii Church was opened in Dobbs Ferry for Italian immigrant families, and 100 years later Cardinal Dolan celebrated Mass Oct. 1 to mark the close of the anniversary. The … more
The 85th annual Pulaski Day Parade was held Oct. 2 in Manhattan. Auxiliary Bishop Witold Mroziewski of the Diocese of Brooklyn, served as celebrant at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The parade, … more
Cardinal Dolan incardinated nine priests into the archdiocese during a ceremony at vespers in the Lady Chapel of St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sept. 28. Brief biographies of the newly … more
Cardinal Dolan served as principal celebrant of the noon Mass Sept. 25 to commemorate the parish feast day of St. Monica, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Stephen of Hungary in Manhattan. Before the … more
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