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Classes are continuing at St. Joseph’s Seminary and College, Dunwoodie, thanks to Zoom and enthusiastic instructors and students. Instructors have taught all seminary classes remotely … more
Cardinal Dolan, in his Easter Sunday homily at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, emphasized how emptiness leads to fulfillment. Easter morning, the cardinal explained, “is rather about … more
During the most sacred time of the year for Christians, public gatherings have been suspended and worship services are being offered without a congregation present, due to the life-threatening public … more
At St. Peter and Denis parish in Yonkers, a group of women have been sewing protective masks in their homes for needy families as a way to help protect them from the coronavirus pandemic—a … more
Looking at the self-reported list of deaths recorded at nursing homes across New York state attributed to Covid-19 is “meaningless” without delving more deeply into the problems nursing … more
Appearing on the CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes,” Cardinal Dolan said faith is key, even as people are in isolation from others as a result of the stay-at-home orders imposed to slow a … more
Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, executive director of archdiocesan Catholic Charities, said emergency food distribution in recent weeks was made possible thanks to the dedication of agency staffers and the … more
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Arthur J. Serratelli of Paterson, N.J. and named Father Kevin J. Sweeney, a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn, as his successor. Bishop … more
Following recommendations of the Health and Safety Task Force of the Office of the Superintendent, Catholic elementary schools in the archdiocese will remain closed through Friday, May 22, … more
CatholicNYC Speaker Serieson Facebook Live April 23 CatholicNYC Presents speaker series will feature a talk by Mother Clare Matthiass, C.F.R., followed by a question and answer session, Thursday, … more
A year in the life of what it calls “the Catholic world’s biggest theater of faith” is chronicled in the documentary “Inside the Vatican,” a BBC production … more
Msgr. Richard J. Guastella, a longtime pastor on Staten Island and one of the most respected priests in the archdiocese, died April 9. He was 73. According to a letter posted on the St. … more
En la parroquia de San Pedro y San Denis en Yonkers, un grupo de mujeres ha estado cosiendo mascarillas protectoras en sus casas para las familias necesitadas como una manera de ayudar a esas … more
El cardenal Dolan, en su homilía del Domingo de Resurrección en la Catedral de San Patricio, hizo hincapié en cómo el vacío conduce a la plenitud. La … more
“Nuestro Santo Padre, el Papa Francisco, me llamó esta tarde alrededor de las 2:00 p.m. para expresar su amor, preocupación y cercanía a toda la gente de Nueva York, especialmente a aquellos que están enfermos, durante el brote de coronavirus. more
“Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, called me this afternoon at about 2:00 p.m. to express his love, concern and closeness to all the people of New York, especially those who are sick, during the coronavirus outbreak. more
As the most sacred time of the year approaches for Christians throughout the world, the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in lower Manhattan is offering homebound audiences, this Easter, the opportunity to stream the critically acclaimed performance of "The Gospel of John" beginning Holy Saturday, April 11, at 4 p.m. more
Msgr. Richard J. Guastella, a longtime pastor on Staten Island and one of the most respected priests in the archdiocese, died April 9. He was 73. more
Father Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., Fordham University’s longest serving president under whose tenure enrollment climbed, student academic achievement advanced and the institution conducted … more
Father Robert Bauer, S.D.B, who taught in Rome for 25 years, died March 23 at United Hebrew Nursing Home in New Rochelle. He was 78. Father Bauer was a professor of the Old Testament, Hebrew and … more
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