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Even if Pope Francis and U.S. President Donald Trump have strong differences on the issue of migration, there are many other areas of common agreement where their joint efforts promote peace and human dignity, said the U.S. ambassador to the Vatican. more
To help the Church grow in love and faithful witness to God, Pope Francis has declared the third Sunday in Ordinary Time to be dedicated to the word of God. more
To those who ask why the Catholic Church seems to be “obsessed” with the poor, the Vatican’s secretary of state said, “The answer is simple. Because this is who we are.” more
Pope Francis named Archbishop Bernardito Auza, who has represented the Vatican at the United Nations since 2014, to be nuncio to Spain and Andorra. more
No archdiocesan priest or deacon, with a substantiated allegation of abuse of a minor, remains in ministry today in the Archdiocese of New York. more
In the October calendar of Vatican events, Pope Francis’ “Extraordinary Missionary Month” may be overshadowed by the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon and its related events. more
This year’s theme for Respect Life Month, “Christ Our Hope: In Every Season of Life,” is “particularly suited for our times,” said the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities. more
The story of the preserved remains of 2,246 aborted babies found at the Illinois home of late abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer continues to unfold, with the new focal point being on neighboring Indiana, where Klopfer had once operated three abortion clinics. more
First-class relics of two saints will visit the Archdiocese of New York from the Diocese of Honolulu Friday to Sunday, Sept. 27-29. more
Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx played its first home game at the new Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo ’56 Sports Complex Sept. 21. more
More than $250,000 was raised at the Catholic School Regions of Central Westchester and Northern Westchester/Putnam’s 32nd annual dinner for Westchester Catholic schools Sept. 19 at the Apawamis Club in Rye. More than 240 guests attended. more
Like most mornings, my husband turned on the radio to 1010 WINS news radio when we heard the broadcaster announce “the face of a statue of the Blessed Mother has been smeared with feces by someone … more
Into the “sturm und drang” expressed by several readers to CNY (Aug. 29) and the “mea culpas” of Bishop Robert Barron of Los Angeles (Aug. 15) in response to the recent Pew Survey that found … more
Sister Virginia Rahilly, R.D.C., who taught at Preston High School in the Bronx for 10 years, died Aug. 28 at Cabrini of Westchester in Dobbs Ferry. She was 83. Sister Virginia was at Preston High … more
Sister Kathleen Tucker, O.P., a teacher at Our Lady of the Assumption School in the Bronx for seven years, died Sept. 12 in St. Martin De Porres Community at the motherhouse in Blauvelt. She was … more
Sister Mary Regina Caulfield, S.C., who served at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, died Sept. 2 at Kittay Senior Apartments in the Bronx. She was 90. Sister Mary Regina was a patient advocate and … more
Sister Marie Colette Muller, O.S.F., who served at St. Francis Hospital in Poughkeepsie for 43 years, died Aug. 25 at Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville. She was 92. Sister Marie Colette was a member … more
Sister Alfred Marie Toole, O.P., who taught at St. Barnabas High School in the Bronx for 12 years, died Sept. 7 in Siena Hall in Sparkill. She was 92. She was at St. Barnabas, 1978-1990. She … more
Sister Bernardine Hoban, R.S.H.M., who served for many years in Zimbabwe, died Sept. 8 at Marymount Convent in Tarrytown. She was 89. Her first teaching assignment was at Gerard School in … more
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