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Many of the celebrations and rituals of Holy Week and the Sacred Triduum are captured by Catholic New York photographers, in stark contrast to last year, when Covid-19 limited the participation … more
The Easter liturgies—with the fire, sharing of light from the paschal candle, the renewal of baptismal promises and the proclamation that Jesus has risen—assure people that it is never … more
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced March 25 that one of the three new Staten Island Ferry boats transporting people between Staten Island and lower Manhattan will be named for Catholic Worker Movement … more
Sebastian Jamshahi is in a growing relationship with God, which he is able to share with the homeless on New York City’s streets through the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) … more
As names of their loved ones lost to Covid-19 were read from the altar at St. John-Visitation Church, a muted gong sounded and dozens of people made their way up the sun-drenched main aisle to … more
ArchCare President and CEO Scott LaRue told CNY that ArchCare will be capable of doubling its 850 participants in ArchCare’s Senior Life Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) … more
St. Simon Stock parish in the Bronx, on Valentine Avenue at 182nd Street, is celebrating 100 years of dedicated clergy, laity and volunteers helping with the spiritual growth of the faithful, mostly … more
A Motorcade for Life procession of more than 50 vehicles followed the 8:30 a.m. Mass at St. Charles Church on Staten Island March 25, the feast of the Annunciation of the Lord. The motorcade was … more
Auxiliary Bishop Gerardo Colacicco led the blessing of a new bell carillon in the sacristy of Sacred Heart Church in Dobbs Ferry March 28. The carillon was donated by Gilda Fata in memory of her late … more
After a year in the dark, Stepinac Theatre at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains is returning with the spring production of the Tony-winning musical “Pippin.” The return … more
One football season will be ending and another will be beginning on the same day. This is the story of the Catholic High School Football League (CHSFL) during the Covid-19 pandemic. On April 17, … more
ArchCare has launched a free transportation system to provide non-emergency patient transportation for its PACE participants in the New York City area. ArchCare is partnering with Ride Health in … more
St. Thomas Aquinas College increased its campus footprint 20 percent by acquiring the adjacent Camp Venture property, with 12 acres of land and a 100,000- square-foot building, for $7 million. The … more
Fordham University hired Kyle Neptune as its men’s basketball coach, the university announced. The Brooklyn native comes to Fordham after serving as an assistant coach at Villanova … more
The greatest feast day in the Catholic Church is not Christmas, not Three Kings, and, although some might wish otherwise, not even St. Patrick’s Day. No, the three highest Holy Days in the Church … more
Sister Marion Phillips, M.M., who served at Maryknoll in Ossining for 31 years as part of the congregation’s Contemplative Community, died Feb. 26 at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining. She … more
Sister Janice McLaughlin, M.M., who served in southern Africa for nearly 40 years and later was president of the Maryknoll Sisters, died March 7 at Maryknoll in Ossining. She was 79.  Sister … more
Sister Mary Therese Hannaway, S.C., who twice served as a principal in the archdiocese, died March 3 at Cabrini of Westchester in Dobbs Ferry. She was 88. Sister Therese was principal of St. Lucy, … more
Sister Anita Maleski, I.H.M., who taught science at Cathedral High School in Manhattan in the 1980s, died March 3 at her home in Dupont, Pa. She was 75. She taught at Cathedral High School, … more
Frances Geoghan Reamer, the mother of two priests and one religious sister, died March 7 at Cedar Crest in Pompton Plains, N.J. She was 102. Born in Brooklyn, she received a bachelor's degree from … more
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