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Floyd “Skip” Branch is being remembered as a caring basketball coach in the CHSAA and Harlem communities. Branch, a retired bus driver for the New York City Transit Authority, died in a … more
The academic skills of students in the archdiocese have been increasing thanks largely to a program called Fusion NWEA (Northwest Evaluation Association), using a method known as MAP (Measures of … more
Sacred Heart School in New Windsor will have a new name as it begins the 2019-2020 school year when it becomes the archdiocese’s first school named Divine Mercy School on Sept. 1. The new name … more
MANHATTANCristo Rey High SchoolDr. Frances Clemente, PrincipalLa Salle AcademyBrother Thomas Casey, F.S.C., PresidentKerry Conroy, PrincipalLoyola SchoolJim Lyness, PrincipalSt. Jean BaptisteDr. … more
August26 TACHS Registration OpensSeptember3 Teachers’ First Day of School5 First Day of School for All Schools in the Archdiocese of New York16-10/4 MAP Fall Assessment Window Opens30 MAP … more
At St. John Bosco parish in Port Chester, the Seton Circle parish ministry continues to be an extension of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s work as a “missionary of mercy.” The ministry, which … more
August13-14 NYS Regents Exams26 TACHS Registration OpensSeptember2 Labor DayOctober1 Census Closes11 TACHS Deadline for Applying for Extended Time11 High School Life and Love Leadership Day14 … more
Ryan Greco finds the Catholic Literature and Arts Summer Program (CLASP) a good way to enjoy his two passions. The parishioner of St. Denis in Hopewell Junction is one of about two dozen high school … more
On the flight back to New York from Mexico, Fatima Arcadio, 27, felt very grateful for the spiritual uplift she and others experienced during prayer and reflection at the Basilica of Our Lady of … more
Petits Cantors del Principat D’Andorra pose in the sanctuary of the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in lower Manhattan July 21. The choristers performed a pre-Mass recital and sang during … more
Camp Veritas returned to Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh the week of July 21. Some 500 teens, from grades 7 to 12, enjoyed a program featuring sports activities and prayer life, including daily … more
Teen and youth ministers at last weekend's Steubenville NYC youth conference at St. John’s University in Queens found “Belong” to be an apt theme. more
Iona College’s LaPenta School of Business is offering an online Master of Business Administration degree beginning in November to meet the needs of a modern workforce and the increasing demands … more
Joyful soccer fans lined the Canyon of Heroes in Lower Manhattan for a ticker-tape parade July 10 to cheer for the U.S. women’s soccer team that captured the program’s fourth World Cup title with … more
Alex Santos’ summer baseball journey continues. more
As the early evening sun recently cloaked the steeple atop Immaculate Conception Church on Manhattan’s East 14th Street, festive string lights illuminated the spacious garden courtyard below filled … more
Dieciséis adultos jóvenes andan en una combinación de peregrinación y vacaciones en México para acercarse juntos más a Dios y a Nuestra Señora, y para pasar un buen rato explorando México. La … more
Inside a classroom at St. Clare’s School on Staten Island, Sam Lin Gaoxi, 8, a visiting student from China, skillfully demonstrated his origami creation to attentive students and teachers during … more
Sonia Citron is drawing attention for her work on and off the basketball court. Sonia, who will be a junior at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle, continues to receive college athletic … more
St. Aedan Bible Camp in Pearl River took place July 1-5, with the exception of Independence Day. Open to children entering kindergarten through third grade, the camp revolved around a daily Bible … more
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