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The fourth annual March for Life NY took place June 3 at Empire Plaza in Albany. Buses journeyed to the state capital from many Catholic parishes. Participants were a prayerful and lively presence in support of life. more
Astor Services for Children and Families will offer free mental health screenings for youth and young adults, ages 2 to 21, Friday, June 14, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Drop-ins are welcome at Astor’s Child Guidance Center at 750 Tilden St., the Bronx. more
Pope Francis advanced the sainthood cause of Father Augustus Tolton, who was the first African American diocesan priest in the United States and founder of the first black Catholic parish in Chicago. more
In a world of conflict and division and a culture of insult, people need to live filled with the Holy Spirit, who is the only one capable of bringing harmony and unity to diversity, Pope Francis said. more
Pope Francis praised Allied troops who took part in critical D-Day landings in France 75 years ago, while also remembering German soldiers who died fighting under Nazi orders. more
The Catholic School Region of Dutchess raised nearly $25,000 at the first Hope on the Hudson cocktail reception for Catholic schools May 29 at The Grandview in Poughkeepsie. Close to 200 guests attended. more
In remembering the estimated 4,400 Allied troops who died storming the beaches of Normandy, France, 75 years ago on D-Day, Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services said that “Jesus Christ reminds us there is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” more
Announcing his desire to visit Iraq in 2020, Pope Francis called for a peaceful resolution to crises in the Middle East. more
The New York premiere of the a capella musical “All Is Calm: the Christmas Truce of 1914,” which ran last November and December in the Loreto Theater of the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in lower Manhattan, has won a Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience. more
Thank you for the great columns on Anne Buckley’s life (CNY, May 9 and 23). She wrote the first Catholic New York article about St. Francis Home, the first maternity home Father Benedict Groeschel, … more
Cardinal Dolan made a pitch today for parents and kids enrolled in Catholic schools and in parish religious education programs to meet him at Dutchess Stadium in Wappingers Falls for a minor league ballgame between the Hudson Valley Renegades and the Lowell Spinners Monday, June 17, at 7:05 p.m. more
George Weigel’s article “On the Composting of Thee and Me” (CNY, May 23) was thought-provoking, but it missed a major point: True, the human body will die and turn to dust, but the soul will … more
Thank you for accentuating positive news in Catholic New York and for the associated editorial celebrating the recent ordinations in the archdiocese (CNY, May 23). The edition’s format speaks … more
Over the last three years I have been going out to Mundelein Seminary in Chicago taking classes in spiritual direction. This nine-week program, spread out over three years is facilitated by the … more
Attorneys who appear before me often say with surprise that when they approach the bench, they can read my trial notes upside down. In law school when we worked in study groups, my handwritten … more
The Trustees of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Archdiocese of New York have requested another appeal to seek review of a recent ruling that the remains of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen be transferred … more
Two archdiocesan priests, Father Lawrence Paolicelli and Father Joseph Nahas, have each had their priestly faculties revoked for repeated violations of “priestly continence” with other adults … more
Notre Dame School captured the Varsity Softball Tier 3 championship with a 9-2 victory over Cathedral. more
Bishop Joseph A. Galante, who headed the Diocese of Camden from 2004 until his retirement in 2013, died May 25 at Shore Medical Center in Somers Point, N.J. He was 80. His death followed a long … more
Sister Janet Carroll, M.M., who received a papal honor for her work with the Holy See’s Mission and served the U.S. Catholic China Bureau for 20 years, died May 28 at Cedar Manor Nursing and … more
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