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Catholic New York, the biweekly newspaper of the Archdiocese of New York, will publish its final issue Nov. 17, as the archdiocese moves toward unveiling a new digital communications program that will begin in late 2022 or early 2023. more
Sister Anne Barat Corcoran, R.S.H.M., who taught in the New York area and served as a nurse overseas, died May 7 at Marymount Convent, Tarrytown. She was 96. Sister Anne Barat taught at the … more
Father Peter Fiore, O.F.M., who served as director of communications for the Franciscans’ Holy Name Province for six years, died April 17 at St. Anthony’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla. He was … more
Father Ronald Pecci, O.F.M., who was twice a pastor and also served his religious community in other roles, died April 12 at a hospital in Sharon, Conn. He was 71. He had been living at St. … more
Sister Joan Frances Delaney, M.M., who served as a teacher in Hong Kong early on and later held administrative roles in the U.S. and overseas, died April 28 at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining. … more
Sister Maryellen Keefe, O.S.U., who taught for eight years at Preston High School in the Bronx, died April 12 at Andrus on Hudson in Hastings-on-Hudson. She was 85. Sister Maryellen was at … more
Sister Frances Lyle, O.S.U., who taught in the Bronx for nine years, died May 10 at the United Hebrew Home of New Rochelle. She was 97. Sister Frances taught in the Bronx at St. Angela Merici … more
Pope Francis praised the way people have faced the trials and losses in their lives with a firmness of faith in God’s promises and love. more
Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, the Vatican foreign minister, was set to visit Ukraine May 18-20, meeting with Church and government officials, people displaced by the war and towns destroyed by Russian bombings. more
Bishop Michael W. Fisher of Buffalo joined mourners outside a Tops grocery store where 10 people were killed and three others were injured in what law enforcement authorities said was a racially motivated crime. more
Humanity’s salvation history was forever changed when a poor, devout Jewish girl from Galilee affirmatively said yes to life and set in motion the birth, ministry, sacrificial death and … more
Christa Temple, miembra del personal de Caridades Católicas de la Arquidiócesis de Nueva York, y varios colegas ofrecieron una Clínica Legal Comunitaria el 13 de mayo en la parroquia de la … more
Líderes del Ministerio Hispano de la Arquidiócesis de Nueva York participaron recientemente en la sexta reunión del Congreso Nacional Católico Raíces y Alas en Washington, D.C. El evento de … more
La misa anual honrando a Nuestra Señora de Luján fue celebrada el 15 de mayo en la Catedral de San Patricio. more
La historia de salvación de la humanidad cambió para siempre cuando una pobre y devota muchacha judía de Galilea dijo sí a la vida y puso en marcha el nacimiento, el ministerio, la muerte … more
El Movimiento Matrimonial Católico arquidiocesano tendrá su retiro anual para parejas el sábado, 21 de mayo en Cardinal Hayes High School en el Bronx. El evento, desde 9 a.m. a 6 p.m., es el … more
With the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision seemingly on the brink of being overturned, the New York State bishops’ statement reaffirming and expanding a longstanding pledge of Church support … more
Maribel Taveras, feligresa de la Santa Cruz en el Bronx, se siente honrada de haber participado en los arreglos para una réplica de Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes hecha para su parroquia. La … more
The morning the impending closure of the domestic bureaus of Catholic News Service was announced May 4 began like many others over the years. I had received an email from CNS staffer Carol Zimmermann … more
It’s springtime, and for many Catholics that means it’s the season for sacraments, especially first Communion. It’s a time of preparation and prayer, of observing beloved traditions and … more
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