Parish events and profiles
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In word and deed, Pope Francis will take his vision of a Catholic’s approach to family life, parish life, charity, economics, immigration and good governance to Cuba and the United States during a Sept. 19-27 visit. more
Ecuadorian Catholics in the archdiocese and throughout the metropolitan area gathered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral May 31 to honor Our Lady of El Rocío, whose shrine and sanctuary in their homeland attracts thousands of pilgrims every year. more
St. Sylvester's on Staten Island celebrated its fourth annual Family Day, held in the parish hall on April 25. The event, sponsored by St. Sylvester’s religious education program, brought parish … more
Plans are in process to locate a new gathering space at an existing parish for members of the Deaf Apostolate of the archdiocese who currently assemble for worship and fellowship at St. Elizabeth of … more
The final decision to merge All Saints with St. Charles Borromeo parish in Harlem has the Catholic community there working on a plan to welcome parishioners. And, in another Manhattan parish, … more
The following parishes will merge. The designated parish church is in bold with an asterisk. As of August 1, 2015, Masses and the sacraments will nolonger be celebrated on a regular weekly basis at … more
The following parishes will merge. The designated parish church is in bold with an asterisk. Masses and sacraments will continue to be celebrated at the church without the … more
The archdiocese has announced that 31 parishes will merge into 14 new parishes, representing the final round of parish mergers and closings of a restructured archdiocese under the lengthy review and … more
In the courtyard of Transfiguration Church and School in Lower Manhattan, Auxiliary Bishop Octavio Cisneros of Brooklyn dedicates and blesses a memorial of Father Felix Varela, featuring the … more
Archbishop John Hughes would undoubtedly approve. The Knights of Columbus Council of the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Lower Manhattan renamed its charter after New York’s fourth … more