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New York Encounter to Address ‘Polarized Culture’ Jan. 12-14

Four prelates of the Church, including Cardinal Dolan, will take part in the 2018 New York Encounter, a three-day public cultural festival that showcases panel discussions, artistic performances and … more

The Formation of the National Catholic War Council, The Origin of the USCCB

Happy 100th Anniversary, my brother bishops, members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops! Welcome especially to Cardinal Pietro Parolin, and our nuncio, Archbishop Christoph Pierre. Thanks for your interest in the historic origins of our conference. more

Cardinal Dolan, Bishop DiMarzio Bring Support, Prayers From New York to Puerto Rico

Forty days after Hurricane Maria battered the island of Puerto Rico, Cardinal Dolan and Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn brought financial support, prayerful solidarity and the family love of New York’s Puerto Rican Catholic community on their pastoral visit to Archbishop Roberto Gonzalez of San Juan and the people of Puerto Rico this week. more

Statement of Cardinal Dolan on Attack in Lower Manhattan

Cardinal Dolan released the following statement on the attack today, Tuesday, Oct. 31, in Lower Manhattan: more

Contentious Political Climate Gives Way to Humor at Al Smith Dinner

House Speaker Paul Ryan delivered the keynote address at the 72nd annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner Oct. 19 in Manhattan. more

Renew + Rebuild Parish Fund-raising Campaign Off to Strong Start

With many Staten Island pastors and parish lay leaders gathered around him, Cardinal Dolan injected an upbeat note of congratulations at a gathering to formally introduce the archdiocese’s Renew + Rebuild parish fund-raising campaign, which already has raised $119.4 million, nearly 60 percent of the $200 million goal, in its early phases. more

Bishop’s Homily About His Immigrant Grandfather and Columbus Hits Home

Auxiliary Bishop Dominick Lagonegro delivered a homily that hit home and left people talking after the 40th annual Columbus Day Mass celebrated by Cardinal Dolan at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Oct. 9. more

Prayerful Solidarity With Disaster Victims Expressed at Cathedral Mass

Cardinal Dolan, at a special Disaster Relief Mass in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, expressed prayerful solidarity with the people of Puerto Rico, Mexico and Central America who have suffered loss of … more

St. Raymond Brings Rich History to Diverse Bronx Neighborhood

St. Raymond is a parish rich in history that has persevered through changes to the parish and to the cultural makeup of its Bronx neighborhood over 175 years. more

Bicentennial Tribute to New York's Own

A new Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, a native New Yorker, graces the interior of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in commemoration of the saint and the 200 years of service of the Sisters of Charity of New York which she founded. Cardinal Dolan blessed the shrine during a Sunday afternoon prayer service at the cathedral Oct. 8. more

Cardinal Dolan, Addressing Priests, Says Sharing Church’s ‘Wounds’ May Bring Back Alienated

NEW ORLEANS–Cardinal Dolan suggested to more than 400 priests of the state of Louisiana that humbly and openly sharing the “wounds” and shortcomings of the Church might bring those who are alienated back to the practice of the faith. more

‘Why These Thousands of People Are Lined Up’

Padre Pio had a special credibility in that “he bore the wounds of Jesus, the stigmata,” Cardinal Dolan said at a press conference near the saint’s relics in the Lady Chapel of St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Sept. 17. more

Visiting Padre Pio’s Relics Were Occasion of Faith, Prayer for the Archdiocese

The long, orderly line outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sept. 17 made a statement. Droves of reverent faithful waited seemingly without complaint Sunday morning and afternoon to show their devotion to St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina whose relics inside the cathedral’s Lady Chapel were on display there through Sept. 18 and had been at other locales in the archdiocese Sept. 16. more

Catholic Charities Celebrates Centennial of Caring in Style

The American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan proved to be a venue both vibrant and apropos for the Centennial Gala Benefit of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York. more

19th Century Knock Seer Gets Grave of His Own at Old St. Patrick’s Cemetery

Rain fell heavily during a solemn Requiem Mass as a humble churchman of the 19th century was remembered nearly 140 years later for his simplicity and relative anonymity. more

At Easter Mass, Cardinal Asks for ‘Blessing Of Risen Lord’ on City, Country And Persecuted Christians in World

“Who has the last word?” Cardinal Dolan asked the joyful faithful gathered for Mass in a packed St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Easter Sunday morning. more

Devotion to Blessed Mother Strong at 175-Year Kingston Parish

A statue of the Blessed Mother in a grotto surrounded by roses that soon will be in bloom stands outside St. Mary’s Church in Kingston, the words “Pray for Us” etched on the front. She is there … more

Men’s Conference Speaker: Don’t Wait for Next Guy to Help Church

Ryan McGrath and Kevin Owens felt inspired to return to the archdiocese’s second Men’s Conference at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Yonkers April 1 after receiving a powerful message at the first conference in 2015. more

Nothing Should Prevent Christians From Proclaiming God’s Glory, Cardinal Says

In a Lenten homily delivered at a Fifth Avenue house of worship about a mile south of his normal pulpit in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Cardinal Dolan emphasized that nothing should hold Christians back from preaching about “the profoundly Good News of life everlasting in heaven with the God we love.” more

Holy Name Society Holds Communion Breakfast

Members of the New York Police Department’s Holy Name Society for Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island gathered for a Communion Breakfast with a Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral March 19. more
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