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And the Children Shall Lead Us

Catholic school kids in the archdiocese are practicing the virtue of daily prayer during the 40-day season of Lent that began Ash Wednesday, March 6. They’re seeking to amplify their prayers by …

Standing in the Desert Side by Side

Although we’re only one week into our Lenten journey, it feels like we’ve been in this desert for months. At least that’s how it feels to me. Last summer’s revelations about Theodore …

The Ones Who Weave: How to Repair the Social Fabric

When David Brooks travels the country, he seeks out the good news. The bad news is all too easy to find. As a New York Times columnist writing about the social sciences, Brooks logs many miles for …

Seeking the Truth

One of the best aspects of my position as vocation director is the opportunity to meet so many different people who are dedicated to the Church and her mission throughout the United States. Earlier …

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"Breakthrough"

“Breakthrough,” which will open in theaters next month, had a screening at the Sheen Center in Manhattan this week. Cardinal Dolan joined the film’s star Chrissy Metz of “This Is Us” fame. …

Attorneys to Review Ruling Saying Archbishop Sheen’s Remains Should Be Transferred

The New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division ruled 5-0 that the remains of Archbishop Fulton Sheen should be transferred from New York to the Peoria Diocese. In response to the March 5 …

Administrators Appointed in Three Parishes

Father Thomas Colucci has been appointed administrator of Most Precious Blood parish in Walden, and two other priests, Father Cyprian Onyeihe and Father José Félix Ortega de La Fuente, …

Bronx Parish to Recall St. Oscar Romero

St. John-Visitation parish in the Bronx will hold a Lenten day of recollection and a Mass to mark the 39th anniversary of the martyrdom of St. Oscar Romero. St. Oscar Romero, archbishop of San …
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Cardinal DiNardo, USCCB President, ‘Resting Comfortably’ After Suffering Mild Stroke

Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, was taken to the hospital late March 15 after experiencing symptoms of what tests March 16 confirmed was a mild stroke, according to an archdiocesan statement.

Pope Leads Pilgrims in Prayer for Victims of Mosque Attacks

Pope Francis called on Christians to unite in prayer for the victims of two mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, that left 50 people dead and dozens wounded in one of the worst mass shootings in the country’s history.

After Attacks, New Zealand Bishops Tell Muslims: ‘We Hold You In Prayer’

New Zealand’s Catholic bishops have expressed horror and distress at a terrorist attack in two mosques in Christchurch that saw at least 49 people killed.

At Memorial Mass, CRS Remembers Four Employees Who Died in Plane Crash

Approximately 480 men and women work at the Baltimore headquarters of Catholic Relief Services, the overseas aid and development agency of U.S. Catholics.

GOP House Members Urge Democrats to Allow Vote on ‘Born-Alive’ Measure

Republican leaders in the House are calling on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California, and other House Democrats “to stop blocking” a vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
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Student Conference Looks at How Media Climate Affects Catholics

Isabella Acierno said she will read and watch news differently after attending the third annual Student Leadership Conference at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in Manhattan March 8. The …

And the Children Shall Lead Us

Catholic school kids in the archdiocese are practicing the virtue of daily prayer during the 40-day season of Lent that began Ash Wednesday, March 6. They’re seeking to amplify their prayers by …

Mary and Baby Jesus Welcome All to New Rochelle School

At Holy Family School in New Rochelle, a newly constructed image of the Madonna and Child, made almost entirely of buttons, is on display. It is the creative work of Mrs. Jill Holmes, who came on …
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Por Los Pasos Menos Transitados De San Óscar Romero

Veía sus pasos lentos y suaves buscando distancia del cuento de la mujer cerca del árbol. Cuando mi amigo Thierry Bonaventura me dijo que quería venir conmigo a El Salvador, le advertí que mi país natal era un lugar complicado, uno de gran belleza natural, materialmente …

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