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Cardinal Dolan bestowed the blessing of the child in the womb upon an assembly of parents and their unborn babies at Sunday Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. “Dear God, author of all life, … more
As evening light streamed through the stained glass window in the chapel of St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, young men sat in seats occupied by other seminarians and priests before them. They were … more
The following are excerpts of the remarks made by attorney James Gill after he received the John Cardinal O’Connor Extraordinary Service Award March 19 at Catholics at the Capitol public policy day in Albany. more
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, Archbishop of Manila, and a member of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council on the Pastoral Care for Migrants and Itinerant People, asked his audience at Fordham University … more
Nearly 1,200 Catholics from New York state, including a large contingent of the Knights of Columbus, joined their bishops in Albany for the Catholics at the Capitol public policy day March 19. more
A timepiece from St. Patrick’s Cathedral that struck three times daily from 1901 to 1996 to call Catholics to pray the Angelus was recently restored and is currently on display at the Consulate … more
On the first Sunday of Lent, Cardinal Dolan traveled downtown to express solidarity with the clergy and parishioners of St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church as the homeland of many there … more
At an Early Education Academy in the Bronx, Cardinal Dolan showed Mayor Bill de Blasio how a good prekindergarten program works. The two leaders were at Catherine Corry Early Childhood Academy at … more
At a press conference and rally in support of the Education Tax Credit Bill, Cardinal Dolan thanked New York City labor leaders, faith and business leaders who gathered with Catholic school students … more
Winter coats, hats, scarves and gloves accessorized the wearing of the green on March 17 as the thermometer dipped to 25 degrees during the 253rd St. Patrick’s Day Parade. There was much to … more
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