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CYO New York is planning to begin its basketball season Feb. 5, and the start date may change, if needed, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “We’ve learned we’ve had to adjust … more
Archdiocesan schools plan to distribute tens of thousands of Covid-19 home test kits in the coming weeks as municipalities and health organizations struggle to stock up on these sought-after … more
High school students in the archdiocese will have the opportunity to celebrate engineering during Catholic Schools Week with a virtual lab being offered by Engineering Tomorrow on Thursday, Feb. … more
Valerie Saputo Puglisi, class of 1968, a longtime supporter of St. Catharine Academy who is a resident of Larchmont, presented the Bronx high school with a magnificent Christmas gift. In anticipation … more
 Cathedral High School in Manhattan received a donation of 28 Dell computers from BlackRock Global Fixed Income. The donated computer equipment will replace outdated gear in the library. The … more
About a dozen students at Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh recently kicked off the Walden Savings Bank Medici Scholars Program, becoming the sixth group to take on the initiative since its … more
Daniel P. Mahoney, Class of 1967, a longtime supporter of Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, recently returned with his wife, Susan, to again give back to his alma mater, which he … more
American Express Chairman and CEO Stephen J. Squeri has made a $10 million donation to his alma mater, Manhattan College. The gift has helped the college’s Invest in the Vision capital campaign … more
Brandon Delgado is learning about Vietnamese culture—and sharing some of his own experiences—via Zoom with students in Da Nang, Vietnam, thanks to the newly formed Global Talk Network at … more
Catholic young adults in the Hudson Valley welcomed Cardinal Dolan as the guest speaker for their Theology on Tap at Four Brothers Restaurant in Mahopac Dec. 16. The evening with the cardinal was … more
ACROSS THE ARCHDIOCESE  January Church bells from Staten Island to Saugerties—and beyond—pealed at noon Dec. 30 to remember and honor the more than 341,000 people who died in … more
Neil Pasawala understood Cardinal Dolan’s message at the Mass on the Feast of St. Francis Xavier, the opening of Xavier High School’s 175th anniversary year at St. Patrick’s … more
Neil Pasawala understood Cardinal Dolan’s message at the Mass on the Feast of St. Francis Xavier, the opening of Xavier High School’s 175th anniversary year at St. Patrick’s … more
Iona Prep scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to capture its first Catholic high school state football championship with a 38-22 victory over St. Francis of the Buffalo region. The … more
Michael Deegan, superintendent of schools for the archdiocese,  was honored in October by Iona College as a recipient of the Brother Arthur A. Loftus Award for Outstanding Achievement. The award … more
The Patricia and Cornelius J. Higgins '62 Engineering and Science Center, which opened this year, was formally dedicated Oct. 21 to serve engineering and science students at Manhattan College in the … more
The Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools recently announced that Albertus Magnus High School, a private Catholic co-ed high school in Bardonia, has earned … more
At Blessed Sacrament Upper School in Manhattan, students learning about Leonardo daVinci placed eggs in their self-made parachutes and dropped them from the roof of the school building.  more
Students in the Human Rights Club at Iona Prep’s Upper School are able to see the difference they’re making in the lives of students at St. Mary’s Primary School in Bloemfontein, … more
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