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Auxiliary Bishop James Massa welcomed seminarians, faculty and staff for the 2020-2021 academic year as he celebrated the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie … more
Staten Island CYO kicked off the 2020-2021 season Sept. 3 with its annual Dr. Theodore Atlas CYO Junior Golf Tournament that normally takes place at the conclusion of the school year. James … more
Archdiocesan Catholic Charities hosted a Pop-Up Food Distribution gathering Aug. 28 at a makeshift center on Exterior Street near the Bronx Terminal Market. The distribution was done in collaboration … more
More than 35 clerics representing the Catholic, Orthodox and Islamic faith traditions of Lebanon met in Brooklyn to pray for victims of a deadly explosion in Beirut and for an end to the decades of … more
A contingent of young adult Catholics gathered for Mass and to share communion and camaraderie among one another Friday evening of Labor Day weekend at Most Holy Redeemer Church in Manhattan’s … more
Sister Eileen Clifford, O.P., who served nearly two decades as a vice chancellor of the archdiocese and earlier as associate vicar of education and principal of Msgr. Scanlan High School in the … more
At the archdiocesan Catechetical and Youth Ministry offices, administrators have been providing guidelines for ministries for an upcoming season of mostly virtual and video faith formation … more
Priest Appointments Office of the Cardinal Pastor Father Orlando Rodriguez, Sch.P., Annunciation, Manhattan, effective Sept. 1 Administrator Auxiliary Bishop Gerald Walsh, Our Lady of Angels, … more
Prayerful presence outside of abortion clinics is essential to offer hope to women in crisis and save the lives of the vulnerable unborn. 40 Days for Life is a life-saving prayer campaign that … more
Dr. Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka, professor and director of liturgy at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie, will present an online webinar to introduce simple antiphons and other proper chants, … more
Since we believe that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist, how we receive Him, how we reverence His presence among us, matters a great deal. First and foremost, we receive Him in a state of … more
The Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate kicked off their 100th anniversary celebration with a Mass offered by Cardinal Dolan at their Marycrest motherhouse in Monroe Aug. 15, the feast of the … more
About 750 people celebrated the feast of the Assumption at a Mass in French offered by Auxiliary Bishop Edmund Whalen at St. Joseph of the Holy Family Church and a procession down Morningside Avenue … more
Second in a series of four articles We continue our reflection on the importance of the Holy Eucharist in our lives as we deal with the effects of the pandemic. In the last reflection we touched … more
A fact-based drama from director and co-writer Marco Pontecorvo, “Fatima” (Picturehouse) recounts what may rank as the most remarkable series of religious events of modern times. Namely, … more
En el complejo residencial Betances en el Bronx, Caridad Católicas de la arquidiócesis organizó una feria de empoderamiento profesional y financiero para ayudar a los residentes … more
Micki Magee is hoping for membership growth and a return to more normal operating procedures as she begins her second term as supreme president of the Supreme Council Columbiettes Sept. 1. The … more
Catholics grieving the loss of a family member or job because of the coronavirus pandemic may find solace in online workshops, which began this week and will continue in the fall, that shed light on … more
Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York are on track to safely reopen next month by following guidelines established by federal and state health authorities and a “blueprint” … more
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