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As might be expected of two priests who have each served the Archdiocese of New York for at least 35 years, some similarities exist in the assignments Bishop-elect Edmund J. Whalen and Bishop-elect … more
I first got to know Sister Johanne McCarthy, C.S.J., about 18 months ago when she wrote to complain that our Albany diocesan newspaper wasn’t giving religious sisters the same treatment … more
Robert May was painfully aware of the distance between his dreams and his reality. The 34-year-old Dartmouth graduate had long fantasized about writing the great American novel. Instead, he was … more
A few weeks ago, just before Halloween, I was in the car looking for something to listen to on the radio. As I scrolled through the channels, I was very surprised when I heard Christmas music. I … more
A blessed Advent Season! We all know that these four weeks (less this year) of Advent offer the invitation to prepare for the coming of Christ. Wait a minute, though! Didn’t Christ … more
El Sínodo de la Amazonía ha vuelto a poner el tema de la inculturación del Evangelio como uno de los desafíos permanentes de la Iglesia. De nuevo se pone la cuestión de las relaciones entre … more
We all wonder about it at one time or another! What’s at the core of the universe? What is at the very foundation of existence? What power makes the world tick? Those of us fortunate … more
Pilgrimage of NYC 2013 [Photo gallery]
PILGRIMS OF NEW YORK—Catholics carried crosses and prayed the Rosary, proudly showing their faith from one end of Manhattan to the other during the fourth annual Pilgrimage of New York March 23. more
Mary DeTurris Poust, a Catholic New York columnist, author, blogger and TV host, signs copies of her two latest books, “Cravings” and “Everyday Divine: A Catholic Guide to Active … more
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