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One of the candidates for his party’s presidential nomination, Pete Buttigieg, recently offered an unusual justification for abortion. He said in a radio interview that there are “a lot of parts … more
Oct. 4 marks the 350th anniversary of the death of Rembrandt van Rijn. Although the Dutch draughtsman, painter and printmaker enjoyed great success during his lifetime, he died in poverty and was … more
The eminent sociologist Peter Rossi was a world-class punster whose scholarly accomplishments fed a sometimes-whimsical view of the human condition—in which, Rossi memorably observed, “there are … more
Among other titles—the month of the Holy Rosary, the month of the missions—the thirty-one days beginning Tuesday are Respect Life Month. To protect the dignity of the human person, and … more
Have you ever heard someone say many young people today do not show enough respect for their elders? Have you ever heard senior citizens say, “Back in my day…” when launching a diatribe against … more
En el Evangelio de san Lucas se nos presenta la conocida parábola del pobre Lázaro (Cf., Lc 16, 19-31), cuyo trasfondo es un llamado a la compasión y solidaridad para con el pobre que sufre. El … more
Entre otros títulos, el mes del Santo Rosario, el mes de las misiones, los treinta y un días que comienza el martes son parte del Mes de Respeto a la Vida. Proteger la dignidad de la persona … more
The 62nd annual German-American Steuben Parade New York took place on Sept. 21. The two-hour parade started at East 65th Street and continued to East 86th Street. A Mass was offered at St. … more
Una delegación de obispos y laicos de los Estados Unidos vinieron a Roma a compartir con el papa Francisco y oficiales del Vaticano las gozosas experiencias y valiosas recomendaciones que surgieron … more
A delegation of U.S. bishops and laypeople, including two representatives of the archdiocese’s Office of Hispanic Ministry, traveled to Rome last week to share with Pope Francis and Vatican … more
Cardinal Dolan appointed Michael J. Deegan as superintendent of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York Sept. 17. Deegan, who had served as interim superintendent since April, became … more
An unfinished masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, the painting “St. Jerome Praying in the Wilderness,” was the subject of a special lecture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan last … more
Joy, service and love of God were keynotes as 200 women of SS. John and Paul parish in Larchmont gathered Sept. 22 to celebrate “Women of Faith, Hope and Love.” The event, held at the Larchmont … more
Oct. 4 marks the 350th anniversary of the death of Rembrandt van Rijn. Although the Dutch draughtsman, painter and printmaker enjoyed great success during his lifetime, he died in poverty and was … more
Amazing and awesome were how coaches and players from two Catholic high schools in the archdiocese described their participation in the first “Battle for the Bridge” at MetLife Stadium in East … more
Respect Life Sunday, Oct. 6, kicks off Respect Life Month: a time to intentionally pray for the protection of all human life. In the archdiocese, there are many opportunities to express your support … more
Three temporary administrators and a parochial vicar have been appointed to parishes in the archdiocese, the Cardinal’s Office has announced. Named as temporary administrators were Msgr. Kevin … more
In a discussion on global affairs at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in lower Manhattan, three former U.S. ambassadors to the Vatican spoke about “The Popes and The Presidents: Commemorating … more
Glenny Coats del Bronx viajó a España en busca de paz interior. Ella la encontró, junto con sus compañeros neoyorquinos católicos, hombres y mujeres jóvenes que buscan fortalecer su fe en su … more
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