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St. Peter’s has the unique position of being the oldest parish on Staten Island—with 175 years of service to Catholics. “We are, and always have been, since the foundation 175 years ago the … more
A thief had to have walked past the Blessed Sacrament exposed in the monstrance in the church sanctuary in order to steal chalices, ciboria and other items from the sacristy of St. Lawrence O’Toole … more
Colorful hats are being worn all over the archdiocese thanks to the efforts of the “Gladhatters.” more
Cardinal Dolan offered the vigil Mass at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart and then blessed the new parish hall. more
Throughout March, communities in the archdiocese will salute St. Patrick and the faith, culture and heritage of Ireland. Several traditional St. Patrick’s Day parades will step … more
St. Jean Baptiste, founded as the French Canadian national parish in New York City, was first known as the “Crib of Bethlehem” for its humble beginnings in a rented hall above a stable. … more
A statue of the namesake of Immaculate Heart of Mary parish, with her arms outstretched, looks lovingly down upon all who enter the Scarsdale church. It is a fitting image for a parish that has … more
St. Augustine’s-Our Lady of Victory parish in the Bronx will mark its second anniversary as a united parish with a prayer service of remembrance and closure at the site of the former St. Augustine Church, Franklin Ave. and E. 167th St. in the Bronx, Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 p.m. more
St. Charles Borromeo Church has been called “The Cathedral of Harlem,” and that appellation would seem apt. For one thing the imposing stone neo-Gothic church that sits mid-block on 141st Street … more
Perhaps it is a coincidence that the historic namesake statue of Our Lady of Pity was returned home before the centennial of the Staten Island parish. Or perhaps it is a sign of two missions … more
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