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Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) was recognized with the Path to Peace Foundation’s Path to Peace Award for its continued support for suffering and persecuted Christians throughout the … more
The third annual Sheen Center Theater Festival of Catholic Playwrights will be held June 20-23, at the center, 18 Bleecker St., Manhattan. Featured are “Thea,” by Nathan Yungerberg … more
An expected vote from the U.S. Supreme Court on the added U.S. citizenship question in the 2020 census just hit a potential twist with newly submitted evidence that could influence the court’s decision. more
In the wake of a mass shooting that left 12 people dead in Virginia Beach, Va., the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development called for American society to examine why such violent incidents continue to occur. more
At the Mass of Ordination for the six priests he ordained May 25, Cardinal Dolan thanked a litany of people for their presence in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, from bishops, priests and deacons to … more
A long-standing tradition will end this summer as the Knights of Columbus discard the ceremonial capes and plumed chapeaus of its fourth-degree members. more
In his first Mass in Romania, Pope Francis recalled the witness of countless Catholics in the country who held on to hope and trusted God amid persecution. more
In an increasingly globalized world where technological and economic developments have both benefited and excluded many, the Catholic and Orthodox churches must learn to listen to each other and walk together, Pope Francis said. more
If we had to pick one lesson, virtue or skill that fathers should teach their children, what would that be? What proficiencies did St. Joseph, the guardian of the Holy Family and the foster father of … more
Suspected Muslim extremists attacked another Catholic church in Burkina Faso, killing four people and raising the death toll among Christians to 20 in a wave of violence in the West Africa nation. more
Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez said he was “deeply disappointed” by the California Senate’s passage of a bill that would force priests to disclose information about child sexual abuse that they hear in the sacrament of confession. more
Due to inclement weather outside, the Good Shepherd Sunday meet-and-greet following the 10:30 a.m. Mass was moved into the hall at Sacred Heart Church in Patterson May 12. more
New City’s Greg Holland was the first of 125 finishers in the fifth annual Nun Run/Walk 5K in Blauvelt May 12. more
An eight-year investigation of nursing homes by the Department of Health and Human Services has come up with conclusions that are not surprising to many people. The care of frail, elderly people in … more
Church bells could be heard ringing throughout Lebanon May 12 mourning Cardinal Nasrallah P. Sfeir, the country’s retired Maronite Catholic patriarch known for defending his country’s sovereignty … more
Sister Thérése Tangney, O.P., a teacher in the Bronx for 20 years, died May 7 in Montefiore Nyack Hospital in Nyack. She was 92. Sister Thérése taught in the Bronx at Msgr. Scanlan High … more
Father John Durkin, pastor of Immaculate Conception parish in Amenia for 21 years, died May 6 at Viera Hospital in Viera, Fla. He was 79. Father Durkin served at Immaculate Conception from 1988 … more
Sister Sheila O’Friel, D.C., who was executive director of the Kennedy Child Study Center in Manhattan and the Bronx for six years, died April 28 at Villa St. Michael in Emmitsburg, Md. She was … more
La planificación continúa para un retiro espiritual de un día de largo el sábado 15 de junio en el Mount St. Mary College en Newburgh para familias hispanas / latinas. Una misa celebrada por … more
Lo que una disciplinada estudiante no dijo durante una clase de costura es lo … more
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