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Even as the United States still finds itself grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, outrage, grief and anger over the latest killing of an unarmed black man outweighed caution as hundreds of … more
Cardinal Dolan and other Church officials presented an Ascension Thursday overview of a comprehensive plan to reopen the 288 parish churches of the archdiocese. The plan, called Faith Forward, … more
Maria Litrenta, a parishioner of St. Patrick’s in Yorktown Heights, organized a surprise birthday car parade May 22 leading to her house for her retired pastor, Msgr. Dermot R. Brennan, who … more
Graduating seniors at Catholic high schools in Westchester County and the Bronx didn’t go far for congratulations. more
Father John Serio, S.D.B., took a good idea a step further. The president of Salesian High School in New Rochelle traveled through Westchester County and the Bronx over an 11-day period to personally … more
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited the St. John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, D.C., June 2 before he signed an executive order back at the White House to expand U.S. … more
These past months of isolation amid stay-at-home restrictions necessitated by the global coronavirus pandemic, “we’ve learned to look a lot,” Cardinal Dolan said in a YouTube video … more
Father Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus, may be an ideal prospective saint for the current age, said Carl A. Anderson, supreme knight of the international fraternal … more
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School in Somers has changed its name to John F. Kennedy Catholic Preparatory School to reflect its mission of preparing young people for success in both the academic … more
The Auxiliary of St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester in Harrison honored 21 area high school students, including 10 from Catholic schools in the archdiocese, for volunteer service. The … more
Parishes in the archdiocese are now serving as testing sites for the coronavirus. Staff and volunteers of SOMOS Community Care are administering the tests with assistance from parish … more
As New York State begins to reopen, the Catholic schools in the archdiocese have formed a panel of experts that will focus on creating a safe and responsible plan to reopen their schools. The Catholic Schools Reopening Advisory Council will report to Michael J. Deegan, archdiocesan superintendent of schools. more
St. John Paul II was a man of deep prayer, who loved being close to people and loved God’s justice and mercy, Pope Francis said. “Let us pray to him today that he may give all of … more
Father John Wilson answered a call to bring prayer and the sacraments to people in need during the coronavirus pandemic.  Father Wilson, a parochial vicar at St. Patrick’s parish in … more
El padre Thomas Madden, párroco de la parroquia de San Pedro y Santa María en Haverstraw, ha encontrado como consolar a sus feligreses con mensajes de esperanza durante la crisis del … more
With food insecurity intensified by the coronavirus, Joe Delaney said canceling this year’s Bread of Life food drive on Staten Island “was not an option.” Many of the people now … more
Vera Cicero, director of activities at Carmel Richmond Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center on Staten Island, accepts a carton of 200 N95 masks donated by the Knights of Columbus from the … more
Sister Antonia Zuffante, C.S.JB., crowns a figure of Our Lady of Fatima on her feast day, May 13, in the sanctuary of Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Staten Island. Father Jeffrey Pomeisl, … more
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