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Catholic schools across the archdiocese participated in a student-driven Day of Prayer for Ukraine March 28. The initiative began with the suggestion of eighth-grader Kevin Corraj of St. … more
Students from St. Athanasius School, the Bronx, walk ... more
A business lab at John F. Kennedy Catholic Preparatory School in Somers will open in the fall, the school has announced. Three analytical computers loaded with software called KoyFin will be … more
Sonia Citron, a graduate of The Ursuline School in New Rochelle, will join fifth-seeded University of Notre Dame as they play top-seeded North Carolina State University in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA … more
The Cardinal Hayes boys and St. Joseph by-the-Sea girls captured CHSAA state basketball championships with wins at Hofstra University in Hempstead. Class AA boys’ city and state … more
It was quite a weekend for Fordham Prep athletes. A runner and swimmer captured state federation championships, and the boys’ basketball team claimed its second consecutive CHSAA City A Division … more
Archbishop Stepinac High School captured its second consecutive boys’ archdiocesan basketball championship with a 51-40 victory over Cardinal Hayes at Christ the King High School in Queens Feb. 26. more
The Rite of Election at St. Patrick’s Cathedral March 6 drew more than 220 catechumens who were thanked by Cardinal Dolan “for the inspiration you give me.” The cardinal served as principal … more
The Archdiocese of New York has reached an agreement with Young Life’s Northeastern Division to establish collaborative efforts in Christ-centered outreach events and programs for youths. The … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrated Mass with Holy Trinity School students and staff in Poughkeepsie before traveling a short distance to tour and bless the Holy Trinity School Annex at St. Peter’s early … more
CYO New York basketball began its shortened indoor winter season Feb. 5 with contests throughout the archdiocese. The 2021-2022 season, which had a delayed start due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will … more
Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, an associate justice of the appellate division first department, spoke to students and staff at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle Feb. 3 during a special Black History Month … more
The director of special education in the archdiocesan Superintendent of Schools office said she believes that if a family is looking for a Catholic education, “it is our duty to go above and … more
Starting next September, St. Mary’s Academy for grades 6 to 8 will open in Somers, as an extension of John F. Kennedy Catholic Preparatory School. Kennedy Catholic administrators have launched … more
The top two high school boys basketball teams in the archdiocese—Cardinal Hayes and Archbishop Stepinac—will be meeting on Friday in White Plains. more
National Catholic Schools Week will be observed Jan. 30 to Feb. 5. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.” Schools focus on the value Catholic education … more
At the archdiocesan School Superintendent’s Office, the Latino Outreach Program helps Hispanic families navigate the intricacies of school application, enrollment and financial aid procedures, … more
The Catholic young adult community celebrated its first Young Adult Mass of 2022 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Jan 5 with celebrant Father Jean-Paul Soler sharing how a daily Holy Hour as a … more
Charlie Reilly’s life is filled with self-driven success that he's using to help others in need. The Fordham Prep senior has raised $67,000 for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in … more
Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale has bragging rights, having become the first school in the archdiocese to launch a Catholic Relief Services Club. CRS is the humanitarian relief and … more
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