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Mercy and gratitude were prominent themes throughout the closing Mass commemorating the 125th anniversary of St. Catharine Academy, a girls’ preparatory high school in the Bronx. Noting the … more
When Cardinal O’Connor was Archbishop of New York and Edward I. Koch was the city’s mayor, they disagreed on many hot-button issues, including abortion, gay rights and the death penalty—but … more
The formal opening for the cause of the canonization of Father Paul Wattson, S.A., the founder of the Society of the Atonement, took place at the New York Catholic Center in Manhattan Sept. 22. … more
A record-setting founding gift of $40 million to the archdiocese from Stephen A. and Christine Schwarzman will launch Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s $125 million “Kids Are Our Capital” endowment … more
I’m supposed to be the spiritual father of the family of faith we call the Archdiocese of New York... And was this “dad” ever proud of his family, as we were at our best last week … more
‘Pope Radio’ on Sirius XM SiriusXM satellite radio has launched a special channel, “Pope Radio,” dedicated to Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States this week. “Pope … more
One chair will stand out at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 25, and it won’t be for its elaborate, flashy nature. Don’t let that fool you, though. It’s the most important seat in the house. … more
No one can say Al Kelly, chairman of the 2015 Papal Visit to New York City, doesn’t have the right kind of experience to deal with an event of this magnitude. You might even say he is uniquely … more
The view from the Gallarus Oratory on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland’s Atlantic West Coast was magnificent. The weather, as the Irish would say, was simply grand. “Looking out when the … more
Look 24 feet above the floor behind the sanctuary in St. Patrick’s Cathedral and you will literally see history in colorful cardinal red. Four galeros, or cardinals’ hats, dating from the late … more
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