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Father Julian Guzman, S.D.S., who served for many years at parishes in Ulster County, died June 13 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie. He was 87.Father Guzman, beginning in 1978, … more
Deacon William Alvarado, who served at St. Columba’s parish in Hopewell Junction for 42 years, died June 19 at MidHudson Regional Hospital in Poughkeepsie. He was 85. Deacon Alvarado was at St. … more
Father Thomas J. Burns, M.M., a missioner to Peru for 48 years, died June 18 at Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow. He was 79. Father Burns was in Peru, 1996-2019 and 1969-1994, serving in … more
The archbishop of San Antonio offered prayers for dozens of people found dead as well as more than a dozen survivors discovered June 27 in sweltering conditions in a semitruck. more
The Missionaries of Charity have been expelled from Nicaragua, the latest in a series of attacks on the Catholic Church and its ministries from the Central American country’s increasingly repressive government. more
Like SS. Peter and Paul, the Church must go out to evangelize and not be bound by the chains of routine and spiritual mediocrity that stifles the Gospel message, Pope Francis said. more
Bishop Jude Ayodeji Arogundade of Ondo, Nigeria, is resolute in the wake of tragedy. more
Like many others in and beyond the Archdiocese, I read with dismay the recent announcement about Catholic New York’s coming demise. Under your leadership the paper has grown in its depth and … more
I am yet another CNY reader who was deeply disturbed by the announcement in the June 2 edition that Msgr. Joseph LaMorte and Mr. John Cahill have decided to terminate CNY’s publication effective … more
I was very pleased and proud to read your article about St. Stanislaus School and Church (CNY, May 19). That was my parish. I lived on East Sixth Street with my grandparents who came from Poland. … more
The “sense of mystery” and awe Catholics should experience at Mass is not one prompted by Latin or by “creative” elements added to the celebration, but by an awareness of the sacrifice of Christ and His Real Presence in the Eucharist, Pope Francis said. more
The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 24 decision overturning Roe v. Wade was a great victory for the pro-life movement and an answer to the prayers and hard work of those committed to the pro-life cause … more
Fra’ John T. Dunlap, who was sworn in this month as lieutenant of the grand master of the Sovereign Order of Malta, is a familiar face … more
It started with the discovery last summer of an ornate, embroidered canopy in a closet in my parish church, St. Augustine’s in … more
As I paddled a kayak across the crystal-clear water of an Adirondack lake on a gorgeous Friday afternoon recently, I turned … more
Upon entering The Met’s Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents exhibit, one glimpses, on a far wall in a gallery towards the back of the exhibit, Homer’s 1899 painting The Gulf Stream, which depicts an … more
As usual, I am a bit behind! I invite you to recall our Bible reading from Mass last Sunday. Saint Paul instructs: "For freedom Christ set … more
En los evangelios (Cf., Lc 9, 57-62; Mt 8, 18-21), Jesús nos habla de exigencias radicales para poder ser su … more
Archbishop Stepinac High School graduate AJ Griffin was picked by the Atlanta Hawks with the 16th pick in the first round of the 2022 NBA Draft June 23. Griffin was expected to be a lottery pick, … more
Former Mets catcher and baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza will be at the The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in lower Manhattan Tuesday, July 26, for the Faith, The Competitive Edge … more
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