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Meeting the Gospel’s Radical Call With Joy

The four young women who took a step forward to the novitiate of the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal at an investiture ceremony Aug. 2 are seeking “an ever-deepening relationship with God” as …

Safely Ushering in Faithful at Holy Cross in the Bronx

As churches across the archdiocese reopened to the public for Masses last month, it’s no secret that parishioners did not flock back in their pre-coronavirus numbers in the initial Sundays. Even if …

Of Schools, Homes and the Faith

I read with sorrow the news that 20 Catholic schools in the New York Archdiocese will close. I understand the reasons. The financial havoc wrought by the pandemic has affected so many people, …

New Sisters Offer Needed Message of Hope

In the middle of the somberness of continuing COVID challenges, and the distressing tension on our beloved city’s streets, “Let there be light!” I’ve got two occasions of …

What’s Cooking Between Brothers and Sisters?

When was the last time we considered how well we relate to the members of our family? In particular, how compatible are we with our brothers and sisters? Are we close, available only in emergencies, …

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Addressing Shortfalls for Schools from Covid, Cardinal Asks Faithful to Contact Elected Officials

Cardinal Dolan is encouraging Catholics in the archdiocese to ask their elected representatives in Congress for assistance to Catholic schools before the school year opens.

Plan to Guide Reopening of Elementary Schools

A plan for the reopening of elementary schools across the archdiocese outlines from A to Z guidelines to assure students and their parents, as well as administrators, teachers and staff, that …

Cardinal Hayes High School Names New President

Dr. Michael Carey was named the third president of Cardinal Hayes High School, effective July 3, the Bronx school announced. Carey succeeds Father Joseph Tierney, who served as president since …

New Principal Named for Iona Prep’s Lower School

Deidre Mone was named principal of Iona Preparatory School’s Lower School in New Rochelle, effective July 1, the school announced. Mrs. Mone has served as director of admissions at the Lower …
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Knights Pilgrimage Center Will Focus on Founder’s Spirituality, Charity

A new Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center planned by the Knights of Columbus will focus on “the spirituality and charitable vision of our founder and his legacy,” said Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson in announcing the new center Aug. 4. The center will be located at the current Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, Conn.

Nuclear Era That Began in 1945 Poses Moral Questions for the 21st Century

The Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by atomic bomb explosions 75 years ago this August, hastening the end of World War II.

Catholic Leaders Call For Prayers, Help After Massive Beirut Blasts

Lebanese were reeling after a massive explosion at Beirut’s port destroyed homes, businesses and livelihoods across the capital, and Catholic leaders immediately took action and called for international support.

‘These Were Innocent Children,’ Archbishop Says of South Sudan Murders

The Catholic archbishop of Juba condemned “in the strongest terms possible” the murder of three young girls, killed while watching television in their Juba home.

Federal Judge Speaks Out on Son’s Murder, Calls for Protection of Judges

Federal Judge Esther Salas said the July 19 death of her only child, Daniel, killed at their family home by a lawyer, could not be in vain and in an Aug. 3 video called for the protection of “my brothers and sisters on the bench.”

Trump, Congress Urged to Make ‘Access to Quality Education’ a Priority

Two U.S. cardinals and the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops have an urgent message for President Donald Trump and the U.S. Congress: The next emergency stimulus package must help tuition-paying families keep their Catholic and other nonpublic schools open this fall.
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Papa Hace Visita Sorpresa a Niños de Empleados del Vaticano

Cuando Zoe, de 10 años de edad, llegó tarde a un campamento de verano del Vaticano, no esperaba encontrar al papa Francisco allí. “Me quedé fría porque fue una sorpresa y yo nunca lo había …

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What Catholic Elementary Schools Will Look Like in September

For Catholic elementary schools in the archdiocese, all systems point go for September, with a call to proceed with caution through the adherence to coronavirus protocols. Immaculate Conception …

Plan to Guide Reopening of Elementary Schools

A plan for the reopening of elementary schools across the archdiocese outlines from A to Z guidelines to assure students and their parents, as well as administrators, teachers and staff, that …

Cardinal Hayes High School Names New President

Dr. Michael Carey was named the third president of Cardinal Hayes High School, effective July 3, the Bronx school announced. Carey succeeds Father Joseph Tierney, who served as president since …

Annex Building Sold at La Salle Academy

La Salle Academy took a firm step into the future when La Salle New York City Inc. completed the sale of its administration building at 38 Second Ave. in Manhattan to Second and Second Property LLC …

New Principal Named for Iona Prep’s Lower School

Deidre Mone was named principal of Iona Preparatory School’s Lower School in New Rochelle, effective July 1, the school announced. Mrs. Mone has served as director of admissions at the Lower …
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Of Schools, Homes and the Faith

I read with sorrow the news that 20 Catholic schools in the New York Archdiocese will close. I understand the reasons. The financial havoc wrought by the pandemic has affected so many people, …
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