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Nun Run 5K Set in Blauvelt May 12

The fourth annual Nun Run 5K will be Saturday, May 12, at 9:30 a.m. at St. Dominic Convent in Blauvelt. The race, which begins and ends at the convent, takes runners throughout Blauvelt. Prizes … more

CHSAA Hall of Fame to Welcome Seven Members

The Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSA) will induct seven members into its Hall of Fame at the 33rd annual CHSAA Golf Outing and Hall of Fame Dinner at Inwood Country Club in Nassau … more

Manhattan College Names Dean of O’Malley Business School

Dr. Donald E. Gibson was named dean of Manhattan College’s O’Malley School of Business, effective July 1. He previously served as vice provost for academic affairs and dean of the Dolan School … more

Manhattan College Breaking Ground for Higgins Engineering And Science Center April 26

The formal groundbreaking for the Higgins Engineering and Science Center, a 30,000-square-foot academic building on the South Campus at Manhattan College will be held Thursday, April 26, at 1:30 p.m. … more

Yorktown Heights School Team Shows Global Reach

Team Ex-Stream from St. Patrick’s School in Yorktown Heights exceeded expectations by placing second in New York State’s Destination Imagination competition at SUNY Broome Community College … more

Strawberry Festival April 29 At College of New Rochelle

The College of New Rochelle will host its 46th annual Strawberry Festival Sunday, April 29, from noon to 5 p.m., on Maura Lawn, at the college’s main campus, 29 Castle Place, New Rochelle. … more

Marian Celebration in Northeast Bronx May 6

The Northeast Bronx Deanery’s 36th annual Marian Celebration will take place at St. Lucy’s Church, Bronxwood and Mace avenues, Sunday, May 6, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The celebration will … more

Bridge Builders

Nearly 100 budding engineers—freshmen, sophomores and juniors—from five Catholic high schools on Staten Island designed and built bridge constructions and programmed mini robots as part of an … more

‘Jesuits and Jedi’ Brings Religion, Science Fiction Together

Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., the director of the Vatican Observatory, and Fordham University professor Dr. Charles Camosy led a panel discussion, “Jesuits and Jedi: Science and Spirituality in the Age of Star Wars,” that brought together religion and science fiction at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in lower Manhattan. more

Divine Mercy, Annunciation

NCEA Honors Associate Superintendent for Leadership Formation

Steven Virgadamo, associate superintendent for leadership formation of the archdiocese, received the Msgr. John F. Meyers Award from the National Catholic Educational Association at the … more

Catholic Charities, New York State Make Special Effort for Immigrants

Seeking for all to realize the urgency of the moment, top officials with New York State and Catholic Charities announced the launch of a pro bono legal network to expand services for immigrants … more

‘Knowing Christ Is Here’ Brings Easter Joy at Cathedral

There is no more hopeful place than Easter Sunday Mass,” Cardinal Dolan said in his homily at the 10:15 a.m. liturgy he celebrated April 1 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. “It is here that we … more

Stepinac ‘Ragtime’ Performances Highlight Show’s Themes

The Archbishop Stepinac High School Theatre will present three evening performances of “Ragtime” as its spring musical production beginning this month. The show’s themes of freedom, prejudice … more

Mount St. Mary College Selects New President

Dr. Jason N. Adsit was named the seventh president of Mount St. Mary College April 3 and will begin his tenure in Newburgh June 1 “I am humbled and honored to be joining the Mount St. Mary … more

Catholic Charities Gala

Mass Marks Centennial of Maryknoll’s First ‘Sending’ of Missioners

One hundred years after receiving Vatican approval to begin missionary work in China, the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers recalled the “original inspiration and holy stubbornness” of the … more

Abortion Expansion Cut From State’s Budget

An abortion expansion proposal that would have lifted virtually all limitations on abortion was not included in the recently passed New York state budget bill. “We’re very pleased that it came … more

Blackfriars Repertory Marks Two Decades With ‘The Rainmaker’

Blackfriars Repertory Theatre will showcase its 20th anniversary with a new production of N. Richard Nash’s “The Rainmaker,” in a co-production with The Storm Theatre Co. at the Sheen Center … more

Rusty Staub, 73, Former Mets Star Was Known for Service to Others

Daniel J. “Rusty” Staub, the beloved former New York Mets outfielder of the 1970s and 1980s who later partnered with archdiocesan Catholic Charities to help feed millions of New Yorkers, died … more
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