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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
At the Betances Houses in the Bronx, archdiocesan Catholic Charities hosted a Professional and Financial Empowerment Fair to help residents improve their employment prospects as they face economic … more
Cardinal Dolan declared “pray we must” five times as he offered a prayer to open the first night of the Republican National Convention Aug. 24. “Let us pray and pray we must as … more
Co-valedictorian Steven Dumeng of La Salle Academy’s Class of 2020, addressed fellow graduates observing social distancing in their pews during the school’s 171st commencement exercises … more
Twenty feature films, TV programs, and books for adults and young people were honored with Christopher Awards in the program’s 71st year. The Christopher Awards were created in 1949 to … more
En la Iglesia de la Asunción en Peekskill, el obispo auxiliar Gerardo Colacicco sirvió como celebrante principal el 14 de agosto en una misa de Vigilia Asunción en … more
Incardinated The following priests will be incardinated into the archdiocese, effective Sept. 1: Father Charles Achi, St. Martin de Porres, Poughkeepsie    Father Michael Eguino, … more
Dr. James G. Schiller has been appointed executive director of St. Christopher’s Inn at Graymoor in Garrison. The July 30 announcement was jointly made by St. Christopher’s Inn and the … more
The University of Notre Dame Alumni Club of Staten Island will hold its 19th annual Eve of Solemn Remembrance at Our Lady of Pity Church on Staten Island Thursday, Sept. 10, at 7 p.m. The service … more
A finales de julio, el padre Santiago Rubio abordó un avión desde el aeropuerto JFK a su México natal, donde volverá a establecerse en la diócesis donde fue … more
AUGUST 24 TACHS Registration Opens SEPTEMBER7 Labor Day (Schools Closed)8 First Day of School for Rockland, Ulster/Sullivan/Orange, Dutchess, and NorthernWestchester/Putnam schools9 First Day … more
Students and recently graduated eighth-graders of Transfiguration School worked with alumna Sammi Qu-Kwok to paint the decorative mural surrounding the new modular outdoor dining installation on Mott Street outside the Lower Campus of Transfiguration School in Manhattan’s Chinatown section. Along with 18 students, 15 staff and parents participated in the daylong painting event July 29. The DineOut NYC modular kits are designed pro bono by Rockwell Group. more
Central Westchester Sharyn O’Leary Principal St. Anthony School, Yonkers      Manhattan Region John-Paul Barnaba Principal Academy of St. Paul and St. … more
As a fellow Catholic, I would like to share a thought with you. We believe in the life hereafter, and those who achieve it are called saints. How many millions of American saints might there be in … more
Maria Carozza-McCaffrey has been appointed interim principal and Silvia Santo was named assistant principal of Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale, the school announced. “At Maria Regina High … more
Cardinal Dolan recently issued decrees rescinding the relegation of two churches in the archdiocese, the Church of Most Holy Trinity in Mamaroneck and the Church of St. Veronica in Manhattan. On … more
Mount St. Mary Professor Says Goodbye After 57 Years Author, poet and educator James Finn Cotter retired from teaching Aug. 7 after 57 years at Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh and was granted … more
In the weeks before the reopening of archdiocesan schools, officials have developed a program to train administrators, teachers and support staff with the Covid-19 precaution knowledge they will need … more
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