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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
Although we’re only one week into our Lenten journey, it feels like we’ve been in this desert for months. At least that’s how it feels to me. Last summer’s revelations about Theodore … more
When David Brooks travels the country, he seeks out the good news. The bad news is all too easy to find. As a New York Times columnist writing about the social sciences, Brooks logs many miles for … more
One of the best aspects of my position as vocation director is the opportunity to meet so many different people who are dedicated to the Church and her mission throughout the United States. Earlier … more
Do you like standing in line? I guess that depends on what we’re standing in line for! I don’t mind standing in line for a Shake Shack hamburger (except on the Fridays of Lent!), or to … more
En el Segundo Domingo de Cuaresma, Ciclo C, la Liturgia nos presenta, en la primera lectura (Cf., Gn 15, 5-12.17-18), la figura de Abraham como el prototipo del creyente que demuestra en la práctica … more
Through the years, I’ve covered my share of Catechetical Forums, the gatherings held each October in two locations in the archdiocese. There are a few reasons I like to go. For one, catechists are … more
There is a troubling news image that has stayed with me, stored in memory, for four years. You … more
Despite Pope Francis’ lecture on the subject at Synod 2015, and notwithstanding the passages on it in Synod 2018’s final report, there is little agreement in 21st-century Catholicism on what … more
Last Saturday, February 23, I celebrated the 10th anniversary of my appointment as your archbishop by Pope Benedict XVI. When the papal nuncio at the time, Archbishop Pietro Sambi, called to tell … more
What was the purpose of the Catholic parish 80 years ago? Eighty years ago, we knew which parish we belonged to by our street address. Technically this is still the case today although some … more
Después de su Bautismo, antes del comienzo de su vida pública, Jesús tiene una experiencia de desierto, pasa por una ‘Cuaresma’ como preparación para su misión. Jesús, según nos relatan … more
El sábado pasado, 23 de febrero, celebré el décimo aniversario … more
Poco después del Año Nuevo, tomé un fin de semana personal e hice un viaje a Irlanda. Siempre aprecio una visita a la Isla Esmeralda, pero esto no fue realmente unas “vacaciones” y, … more
The fallout continues here in the Archdiocese of New York over the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) ingloriously … more
On any given day, you’ll find me and Dennis running the gauntlet of modern family life. If … more
All afternoon I had been hunkered over my MacBook, perched above a frozen lake … more
Johannes Vermeer’s “Allegory of the Catholic Faith” provides … more
During the course of the year, my office has two separate silent retreats for men who are discerning the priesthood. The first of these is at the beginning of the Advent season and the second during … more
Shortly after the New Year, I took a personal weekend and flew to Ireland.  While I always cherish a visit to the Emerald Isle, this was not really a “vacation” and I certainly … more
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