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This column originally appeared in Catholic New York Sept. 24, 1987.   A roomful of Hollywood people who know something about holding center stage sat captivated for a half-hour one … more
This column originally appeared in Catholic New York June 9, 1988.     After 30 years or so of turning out newspaper columns, I’m long since used to the idea that readers … more
This column originally appeared in Catholic New York Sept. 27, 1990.Over the years in this business, I’ve been lucky enough to log some fascinating travels, with some memorable stops along the … more
Gerald M. Costello, the founding editor of three newspapers—including Catholic New York—and a writer who brought insight and clarity to Catholic news for more than 60 years, died July 19 after a battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 90. more
The Archdiocese of New York has launched a Come Home to Mass campaign to encourage Catholics to return for weekend Mass in parish churches as the Covid-19 crisis recedes. The campaign has a … more
Health care and other essential workers marched in New York City’s Hometown Heroes ticker-tape parade in lower Manhattan, which hailed them for their efforts during the Covid-19 … more
Cardinal Dolan led a first profession ceremony July 10 at St. Teresa’s Motherhouse in Germantown for two Carmelite Sisters of the Aged and Infirm. The nuns are Sister Mary Sharon Rose Carmel … more
St. Sylvester is a small parish in the Concord section of Staten Island where parishioners know each other by name.   About 300 people attended a 100th anniversary Mass and reception with … more
El 7 de julio, día en que se celebró el 75 aniversario de la canonización de Madre Cabrini, el Santuario de Santa Francisca Javiera Cabrini en la sección Washington … more
On July 7, the 75th anniversary of the canonization of Mother Cabrini, the St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan opened two exhibits in honor of the … more
There really is no place like home for a prized piece of movie memorabilia that came to The Catholic University of America’s drama department about 50 years ago. Missing for decades, the … more
The coronavirus pandemic may have delayed the centennial celebration of the Manresa Knights of Columbus Council 2147 on Staten Island, but it did not deter its mission.   Robert Dugan, who … more
SEVENTH IN A SERIES Dr. Henry van Dusen, president of Union Theological Seminary, one of America’s premier Protestant seminaries, said on one occasion in the late 1940s that, if the Catholic … more
A los 13 años, el padre Elizandro Contreras, O.S.A., pensó por primera vez en convertirse en sacerdote, mientras se desempeñaba como monaguillo en su natal República … more
Dennis Poust, executive director of the New York State Catholic Conference, asked the full New York congressional delegation in a July 7 letter on behalf of Cardinal Dolan and the other Catholic … more
La próxima celebración del Ministerio Hispano en la Catedral de San Patricio será en honor a San Martín de Porres, el santo patrón del Perú. La misa se … more
Joseph DeRosa shot a 42 to capture the boys’ individual title and lead St. Patrick’s to the school/parish team championship at the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Memorial CYO Grammar School Junior … more
The second morning after undergoing colon surgery, Pope Francis was continuing to recover well and, after a restful night, he had breakfast, read the newspapers and got out of bed to walk, the … more
The board of trustees of Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Poughkeepsie, in cooperation with the archdiocesan board of members—Cardinal Dolan, Msgr. Joseph LaMorte, vicar general, and Michael Deegan, superintendent of schools— announced the adoption of a president-principal model of school governance starting in the 2021-2022 school year. more
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