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During the week before Christmas, 25 dedicated young adults from around the world ventured into a high school mission project in the Bronx. They are eager and faithful members of the Emmanuel … more
Nearly 400 guests attended the 43rd annual Inner-City Scholarship Fund Awards Dinner at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan Dec. 11, raising $1.6 million to help support the organization’s mission to … more
The Archdiocese of New York has opened online admissions for the 2020-2021 school year and will host six open house events at 120 Catholic schools across the archdiocese from January through … more
Samantha Schucker and Michael Spear, living examples of what the Pallottine Teenage Federation represent, share the same goal as federation leaders for the next 12 months following the … more
Auxiliary Bishop Edmund Whalen took the final two minutes of his first speech as a bishop to recognize the nearly 400 teenagers dressed in maroon and gold at his ordination Mass at St. … more
La misa el 15 de diciembre fue celebrado por el obispo Oswaldo Vintimilla del Diócesis de Azogues, Ecuador. more
Matthew Fulton’s first evening as a Manhattan resident was spent with Cardinal Dolan and fellow young adults preparing for the coming of Christ at the Young Adult Mass at St. Patrick’s … more
The Archdiocese of New York has opened online admissions for the 2020-2021 school year, and will host six open house events at 120 schools across the archdiocese from January through March. more
Yamil Sanchez felt an emotional effect reading four names in his petition at the Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Service for Remembrance & Recommitment at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Nov. 26. Anthony … more
On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, the people of Sacred Heart parish in Monroe were thankful for the presence of their archbishop, the presence of the tabernacle in the sanctuary, and the presence of … more
More than 75 Catholic high school students from Staten Island participated in their first engineering conference at Borough Presidents Hall of Science at the Petridies Education Complex Nov. 22. … more
James D. Herschlein, partner at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP, was honored by Cardinal Dolan at the 30th annual St. Thomas More Award Luncheon. The Nov. 6 gathering was attended by more than 500 guests and raised $600,000. more
A total of 430 people, the largest crowd ever, attended the “Defying the Odds” dinner benefiting San Miguel Academy Oct. 25 at Westchester Country Club in Rye. more
Cardinal Hayes is a win away from capturing the program’s first Catholic high school state football title after defeating Archbishop Stepinac 25-7 for the Catholic High School Football League’s … more
A crowd of 3,562 teachers and principals from the Archdiocese of New York, filled the Westchester County Center in White Plains Nov. 6 for the Catholic Schools Spirituality Day. Cardinal Dolan … more
The annual Bilingual Young Adult Mass offered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral drew more than 300 young men and women who gathered to celebrate their faith. The celebrant shared words of guidance about … more
Catholic Schools Spirituality Day, featuring 3,500 teachers, principals and administrators from schools across the archdiocese, filled the Westchester County Center in White Plains Nov. 6. more
The Academy of Mount St. Ursula celebrated its 60th annual Ring Day in the Bronx on Oct. 25. more
The 2019-2020 “Touring Tuesdays” open house and information sessions have been scheduled at more than 120 elementary schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York. The events will take place on … more
A street sign dedicated to the late Msgr. Vincent Bartley, a longtime pastor of St. Paul parish on Staten Island, was unveiled Oct. 26 in front of St. Peter-St. Paul School, at the corner of Cassidy … more
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