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Catholic school kids in the archdiocese are practicing the virtue of daily prayer during the 40-day season of Lent that began Ash Wednesday, March 6. They’re seeking to amplify their prayers by … more
The Iona College men’s and Fordham University women’s basketball teams will learn soon who they’ll play in the NCAA tournament after earning automatic bids by winning their respective conference tournaments. more
Students representing about 20 colleges listened to a 30-minute talk by Cardinal Dolan before he answered their questions at Rockland Community College’s Student Union building in Suffern Feb. … more
Catholic school kids in the archdiocese are practicing the virtue of daily prayer during the 40-day season of Lent that began Ash Wednesday, March 6. They’re seeking to amplify their prayers by … more
Isabella Acierno said she will read and watch news differently after attending the third annual Student Leadership Conference at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in Manhattan March 8. The … more
Citing “financial difficulties,” the College of New Rochelle (CNR)—the first Catholic college for women in New York state—is closing, ceasing operations by the conclusion of the summer … more
Seeking to identify “points of hopefulness,” archdiocesan leaders met at the New York Catholic Center in Manhattan for a gathering called “Conversation About Young Catholics Leaving the … more
The Archbishop Stepinac High School boys’ basketball team was outscored 16-4 in the fourth quarter of a 61-56 CHSAA Class AA Intersectional championship game loss to Christ the King at Fordham … more
The Cardinal Spellman High School girls’ basketball team captured the program’s first CHSAA state title in 20 years and fourth overall with a 58-47 CHSAA Class A victory over Diocese of … more
Sal Fabozzi used his passion for basketball to create opportunities in athletics for young athletes with special needs by starting Because We Can Sports on Staten Island. “I love the expressions … more
At Holy Family School in New Rochelle, a newly constructed image of the Madonna and Child, made almost entirely of buttons, is on display. It is the creative work of Mrs. Jill Holmes, who came on … more
Joe Toussaint collected 27 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, leading the Cardinal Hayes High School boys’ basketball team to the archdiocesan championship with an 86-65 victory over St. … more
The Sisters of Charity of New York sadly acknowledge that an allegation of sexual misconduct was brought against Sister Mary Ann D’Antonio, S.C., by a former student at St. Raymond Academy for Girls in the Bronx. The alleged incident is said to have occurred approximately 30 years ago when Sister Mary Ann was a teacher at the Academy; she is currently principal. Sister Mary Ann denies the allegation. This matter was initially referred to the Bronx District Attorney, which could not pursue the complaint due to statute of limitations restrictions, and then to the Safe Environment Office of the Archdiocese of New York, which is investigating. more
Cardinal Dolan celebrates Catholic Schools Week at Our Lady of Pompeii School in Greenwich Village Jan. 30. His visit began with Mass in the church, followed by a tour of the school. more
Seven Catholic elementary schools—two in Manhattan and the Bronx, and one each on Staten Island and in Dutchess and Sullivan counties—will close at the end of this school year. The Office of … more
Students at St. Angela Merici School in the Bronx took part in a Career Day panel of judges, lawyers, court officers, court reporters, social workers and interpreters. The Bronx Catholic Guild and … more
Dr. Joseph E. Nyre will become president of Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J., Aug. 1. He has served as president of Iona College in New Rochelle since 2011. The appointment was … more
Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh will host the ninth annual Thomas Aquinas Philosophy Workshop, “Aquinas on Human Action and Virtue,” June 19-23. The sponsors are Mount’s Catholic and … more
The Office of the Superintendent of Schools of the Archdiocese of New York Feb. 4 announced seven Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York will cease operations at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year in June. more
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