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My visits to St. John the Divine Cathedral on Manhattan’s Upper West Side have been few. A recent trip, on Sept. 8, will stay with me for some time … more
Principal Tom Hamilton of St. Mary’s School in Fishkill sounded ready for the opening day of school even before the Labor Day weekend began. Hamilton, who’s embarking on his fourth year as … more
Advertising has rightfully played an important role in Catholic New York’s operations from the beginning. A wall in my office at the New York … more
Father Gregoire Fluet said the best way to fulfill his responsibilities as chaplain at Mount St. Mary College is to go … more
You only have to follow the news to see the devastating effects of the persecution of Christians … more
The recent Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health … more
The recent Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturned Roe v. Wade and returned the question of abortion to individual states. A good number already have or … more
Fra’ John T. Dunlap, who was sworn in this month as lieutenant of the grand master of the Sovereign Order of Malta, is a … more
This time every year, the Archdiocese of New York honors vowed men and women who have given their lives in service to the … more
The religious sisters from six communities now living in retirement at Marian Woods in Hartsdale offer a unique brand of prayerful service to each other and those they encounter. Cardinal Dolan … more
The morning the impending closure of the domestic bureaus of Catholic News Service was announced May 4 began like many others over the years. I had received an email from CNS staffer Carol Zimmermann … more
Father George Sears, the director of vocations for the archdiocese, said the new regional approach to priestly vocations … more
Archbishop Borys Gudziak of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia … more
With Lent turning toward Holy Week and Easter, this is a time of year many people like to take up some spiritual reading. I would like to suggest “On Second Thoughts: A Book of Stories” by Father … more
The war in Ukraine, which started a week before Lent began, is very much on everybody’s minds, whether you live in New York, Poland or Argentina. In our interconnected world, it becomes … more
Other than their common Mass of ordination to the episcopacy March 1, Auxiliary Bishop John Bonnici and Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Espaillat also shared a similar roadmap to the priesthood a dozen years … more
Earlier this month I went to Immaculate Conception Seminary in Huntington, L.I., where Cardinal Dolan was leading a retreat for the archdiocese’s permanent deacons. I arrived in time to attend … more
The Synod listening sessions to take place during Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, March 2, were initially planned for five regional sites across the archdiocese. Then the deans of the … more
Coming back to Manhattan from last Friday’s March for Life in Washington, D.C., our bus captain, Sister Mary Margaret Hope, S.V., called for short testimonies of “graces” that her fellow riders … more
Linda Mele Dougherty said she is old enough to remember when many Catholics identified where they lived by their parish affiliation. In her family’s case, the parish was Our Lady of Mercy in Forest … more
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